The daily sentinel
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Title: The daily sentinel
Uniform Title: Daily sentinel (Orlando, Fla.)
Alternate Title: Daily South Florida sentinel
Physical Description: 1 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: Josiah Ferris
Place of Publication: Orlando Fla
Creation Date: May 10, 1913
Frequency: daily (except monday)
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando
Coordinates: 28.533611 x -81.375833 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1913.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 1, no. 269 (Dec. 20, 1913).
General Note: J.F. Schumann, editor.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 4 (Feb. 14, 1913).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Central Florida: Florida Digital Newspaper Library
Holding Location: University of Central Florida: Florida Digital Newspaper Library
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002075051
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Related Items: South Florida sentinel
Succeeded by: Morning sentinel

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e Direct Service, Postal Telegraph until 2 a. m. PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING EXCEPT MONDAY. Orlando-Progressive Center of the State.

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Special to the Sentlatl.Washington Special to the SentineLWashington Atlanta, Ga., May 9.-The coroner's Tallahassee, Fla., May 9.-A home Washington, May 9.-"One of the I Presentments of the (rand
May International May 9.-A sharp and jury, which has been investigatingthe rule bill was presented yesterday bj adverse factors that are retarding the Jury for the Spring Term 19$.
News may present as reliable, these acrimonious debate on the tariff bill death of Mary Phagan, has ordered Turnbull in the House yesterday prevention of the white plague," was To Hon. James W. Perkins, Jude of
three propositions as substantiallythe was precipitated today when the Leo M. Frank, superintendent of morning, being a measure to allow the charterization applied to Dr. F. F. Seventh Judicial Circuit Stafc of
first reply of the United States House bill was laid before the Senate the National Pencil Factory, where municipalities to change their own Friedmann's tuberculosis vaccine by Florida: I
government to the protest of Japan. and Chairman Simmons moved thatit the murder occurred, and Newt Lee, charters without reference to the President Homer Folks in his opening The Grand Jury, in addition t First: that by reason of the present be referred to the Finance Com- the negro nightwatchman, held for legislature. The bill is exciting much address today at the meeting of the several bills heretofore formed and
status of California's alien land law mittee. Senator Penrose proposed a investigation by the grand jury. favorable comment and will likely be National Association for the Study filed, begs leave to make this Gen-
as yet unsigned by Governor Johnson, motion that the committee be directed The jury took this action after passed.A and Prevention of Tuberculosis. eral Presentment, touching matters
of Californiathe equity of the pro- to hold public hearings. A probably the most exhaustive investi bill appropriating $10,000 for a "Nothing like the series of events" and things in the County of Orange' ,
test in the international law has not point of order that this was not ger- gation ever conducted by the coronerin monument for General Kirby Smithin said the speaker "which followed the which in our opinion are worth* of
yet arisen so as to justify the pres- maine, was promptly overruled by this county. the hall of fame passed the House announcement of the Friedmann'scure attention.We .
Marshall and for two hours a crossfire and certified to the Senate. in Berlin has hitherto occurred beg to that we have &re-
ent protest of Japan. I The grand jury will probably take was say
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Second: that the federal of debate continued, and only up at once the cases of the two men I The consideration of the license tax in the tuberculosis campaign. Only fully investigated and considered to
ment has not violated the govern't't ended with the close of the morning bound over, and decide whether there I bill was consumed in the committeeof those who have been engaged to induce the best of our ability, nd
1911 by the United States or Japan. hour. is sufficient evidence to warrant their the whole of the morning. Being state and local authorities to consciences the several criminal cases
Third: The United States suggeststo I At that juncture with both motions indictment. i the third day given to it, Senator appropriate funds can appreciate how given us in charge and we have returned
the Imperial government at Tokio pending, Bern, a majority leader, Both Detectives Scott and Black de- Bryan's primary bill will likely come vastly more difficult this task has such bills as, in our opi .oD,
that there be a series of conferences I moved that when the Senate adjourned clined to commit theillsel ,s as to up this afternoon. been made in the last few months are supported and justified by the
on the question which will arise if I'I' that it be until next Tuesday after who, in their opinion had committedthe Jeanette Nankin, suffragette, chal- i by the extremely effective press evidence before us. .
California's alien land law is put into noon. This prevailed and at the very crime. I lenged Senator Watson this mornin agents of Dr. Friedmann. Thus far We beg to report as follows:
operation in California. I I threshold of debate on the tariff by fro Frank appeared before the to meet her in joint debate on suffrage it has not been evident to me as a We recommend that there should be
Official statements have not been I Democratic votes, a delay of three Jury looking somewhat worn and ha>ron amendment. He declined. layman that any of those who have installed a closet for the exclude
in the of the had to do with the in this of females in the Cc\ rt
officially given out, but it can be relied days was ordered face him. He was more uncertain and subject use
upon that this is a rough draftof demand of President Wilson that nota hesitating :in his 1:. wcs than when FRENCH-SPANISH ALLIANCE country have won much credit" House. We further recommend teat
the first official cabinet answer to moment be lost in lamming throughthe ho testified last werk: He r :Jlied. "! LIKELY all closets be kept ingood repair

Japan. Senate this bill just as he had dot't rememb-r,*' to many questions.Mr. SOUTH'S NAVY YARDS TO BE REOPENED and in sanitary condition, as we observe -
Whatever statement to the con- approved it Frark testiftt-J: :M: ht had not Paris, May 9.-Political results of some of them are in need of tee
trary may be made it is certain these Senator Smith, of Michigan, was vtited the la '?:ory, wln-h sin tin King Alfonso's visit to Paris have not pairs now. We further recommend
three propositions are already in the the chief speaker today. He based metal room \hee Mary Phagan is been disclosed but the opinion is gen- Pensacola, May 9.-The navy yardsof that sufficient number of cuspidors
hands of Chinda and have been sent 1 his caustic criticisms on the sugar supposed to have ben killed, duringthe eral in well-formed quarters that a the South, the Pensacola yard purchased and placed about the Com

to his government I schedule for the. manufacturers. of entire time that he was at the factory possible understanding between the among them, will be rehabilitated as House. to protect same from tobacco
Secretary Bryan left the cabinet sugar from beets in his state. on Saturday.Nex French and Spanish governmentshave the result of the inspection tour of stains.
meeting at noon today and went to I Chairman Simmons, of the Finance Lee testified as to the conver- been attained and that it may Secretary of the Navy Daniels, who We have examined the various tf-
the state department, where he helda Committee and Senator Hoke Smith, sation betwen Mr. Frank and him, :develop into an alliance. visited this city Tuesday and viewed fices occupied by county officials aid
short conference with Chinda. Bryan of Georgia, one of the most influential giving the same version as the detectives Virtually the entire press of France the magnificent property now lying find them kept in good order and con-
told Chnda he would receive reply members of the committee, today expressed had been given on the stand. except the Socialist newspapers, ex- idle. If the Pensacola yard is not dition. The records of the county, we
textually tomorrow morning after their adherence to the doc- Mr. Frank and Lee were both returned presses itself in favor of such al- utilized for large battleships, it is find, are being protected from fire and
another cabinet meeting had been I trine of reciprocity. Both of these i to the Tower immediately after liance. It would, the newspapers say, reasonably certain according to mold by the recently installed steel
held. 1 1t Senators said that the tariff bill whenit their testimony. i add .two hundred thousand excellent Washington information, that it will cases and shelvings and we cannot
It is freely understood that Am-\ becomes a law, would provide machinery The jury returned its verdict at I soldiers to assist in the defense of be made a repair station for small speak in too high terms of the saW
ba sador Ci.nJa; has been given every I which would enable the Presi 6 o'clock. The case had been in its France and would make Spain a secure craft, including torpedo boat destroyers equipment and especially in the Clerk
assurance that the United States i{I dent to negotiate reciprocal tariff hands since 5:20 o'clock when the field for the investment of' and similar vessels. and County Judge's offices.In .
would proceed in a very friendly II treaties and rates would be so arranged coroner announced that no more testi- French capital and thus develop the The following special from Wash- examining the Court House, our
spirit with discussions which would so that the President would mony would be taken. Coroner Paul immense latent resources of the coun- ington regarding the tour of inspec-I attention was called to the large and
follow the deliverance to him of the I' have an effective weapon at his com- Donehoo delivered a charge to the try. Spain would also, it is pointedout tion of the secretary is interesting to commodious well lighted and ventilated
text of the United States' position. mand to compel concessions. jury before its verdict was rendered, be raised to an important placein this section: loft, and we recommend that the
Every majority member of the outlining what he considered to be the diplomacy of Europe. "As a result of the inspection trip Commissioners cause the same to be
JUNIOR-SENIOR SUPPERThe I committee stated repeatedly that the law in the case and the duty of King Alfonso's visit came to an end pf Secretary Daniels to Southern floored, ceiled or plastered and Cut
i there would be many amendments to the jury under the circumstances. late today with a review of France's, navv_ _yards probably impetus will.._ HP nished with lights, water and closetsfor
the bill and that in a great many the purpose of converting said
Junior aerial fleet
Class of the Orlando .given to a rehabilitation of these long
School items the rates would be increased.E. *" room into a Jury Dormitory, where
High entertained their friendsin TUBERCULOSIS CONFERENCE neglected stations, some of which
honor of the Senior Class at the GARMENT WORKERS TO STRIKE were marked for abandonment by Jurors, who are held over on long
home of Miss Edithe Rambo, last G. DUCKWORTH AND ST. PETE Washington, May 9.-"About 50- Secretary Meyer, according to Navy cases, can be cared for. o
evening. In the receiving line were 000 new cases of tuberculosis are con- Chicago, May 9.The district coun- Department officials today. Mr. Dan This recommendation to County
Misses Harris, Slemons, Mulholland I Several weeks ago the Sentinel stantly drifting about the country' cil of the United Garment Workers, 'gels, by the time Congress convenes Commissioners is made in view of the
and Rambo. The guests were ushered published a news item to the effect for long periods without even consulting of America, voted last night to call 'next December, will be prepared to law which requires Jurors in capita!
into the tastefully decorated parlor, that Mr. E. G. Duckworth was in St. physicians," was the astonish- out 10,000 workers if members of the submit recommendations as to the cases to be kept together. We are
where several violin and piano solos Petersburg. At the same time, rumor ing statement made here today by Dr. Wholesale Clothiers' Association continue -! Southern yards to the naval committee of the opinion that the providing of
were rendered by Mr. Gould and Miss had it that Mr. Duckworth was talk- Harry Lee Barnes, Superintendent of opposing the unionizing of their said the officials."It such quarters will be cheaper, to the
Dawson. ing shoe store at the Sunshine City, the Rhode Island State Sanitation in shops. The action was brought about is expected that special atten- county and tax payers and more com
The dining room was decorated and the Sentinel began to run down an address before the Sociological I by trouble at a factory, where 400 tion will be given to the improvementof fortable to Jurors themselves, than
with red. A delicious buffet supper the rumors. Yesterday informationcame section of the National Associationfor men walked out on Wednesday. the equipment at the yards at New the present custom of either board-0
consisting of salads, coffee and sand- to the office from a reliable the Study and Prevention of Tu-, The strike, if called, will not affect Orleans, Charleston, Key West and ing them at some hotel in separate
wiches and crape juice was served source that Mr. Duckworth had leased berculosis.Dr. II,.ftOfl workers in... closed cVinnc: Pensacola. Owing to insufficient__ ___ rooms or compelling them to sleep0in
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by the young ladies. a business room in St. Petersburg and Barnes blamed some of thej depth of water at Charleston, Pensa- the court room. Besides removing
The young people indulged in several that he would have the building put States, which have Sanatoriums for AN OBEDIENT HORSE cola and New Orleans, these yardscan all them.possible chance of any one gettingto
games and dancing until a late in readiness for a shoe store and by not sufficiently advertising the fact. hardly be developed to take care
hour when punch was served by Miss early fall would open up a large shoe "Thousands of sufferers," declared Mr. James L. Giles has a Methodist of the largest battleships, and, there- Roads and BridgesWe Co
PadgettIf store in that city. I the doctor, "who are now receivingno horse. It is a noble animal and fore, it has been sugested that theybe recommend that the roads leading -
the Junior Class are as efficientin Mr. Duckworth is an expert in the treatment whatever, would be on beautiful to behold. When Mr. Giles developed as bases and repair I to the main county roads be repaired -

their school work as they are in i matter of shoes and but few men the road to health, or at least their commands him to kneel, he does so plants for torpedo boat destroyersand Boggy,Creek especially the road with leading the to
the art of entertaining, they have indeed can compete with him in handlingthe disease would be arrested, if they with the ease and grace of.a Methodist that at least one, probably New road leading connecting to Kissimmee main
a bright future before them. trade. He is a man of splendid knew about these State institutions class leader. And by the Orleans, mght be a suitable locationfor on said
way road the
abilities and strict and if he' where be treated irrespective bridges are also in bad re-
integrity they might have you ever noticed that the horse an all-the-year-round naval avia-
pair. The road is known
COMPANY REORGANIZES puts a store into the city of St Petersburg of their financial conditions." like the man who kneels at the com- tion station.A Sunbeam. We further as Cowheadand
their city will have at least recommend -
mand of a higher power, is a prettysafe that the road
leading to Ftw
Special to The Sentinel one first class shoe store. BASEBALL RESULTS IN THE BIG animal? BUILDING BOOM
I I Christmas the
by of the
Chicago, May 9.-Following a com- The Sentinel wishes Mr. Duckworthall LEAGUES I way Hodges
plete re-organization and the addi- kinds of success. The valuation of new buildings in Bridge be repaired.
tion of $2,000,000 of working cap- Special to the Sentinel Orlando, for the first six months of Schools and School: Houses
,. UP_ . .
ital, Clarence S. Funk, will begin his NationalBoston ma will exceed any twelve monthsin ne have no complaint to make regarding -
duties as president of the M. Rume- NEW YORK POLICE GET SENTENCE 5; Pittsburg, 4. Thursday evennig the depot and the history of the city. our schools and school houses.
ly Company immediately, accordingto Brooklyn, 7; Chicago, 5. freight house at Ocoee took fire and This year will see more and better Condition of the County
an announcement made tonight. New York, 1; Cincinnati, 3. burned to the ground. The lumber buildings completed in both dwelling Your Grand Jury respectfully reports
New York, May 9.-Dennis Swee- sheds of the Pounds' Mill took fire I
Dividends on both company's resources AmericanSt. and business property than any for- regarding that territory now-
ney, John J. Murtha, James E. Hus- from this and were destroyed and hadit
are to be devoted to its financial Louis, 7; Philadelphia, 3. ,mer year. known as Orange county
and James F. Thompson, former not been for the
rehabilitation, it was declared. sey Chicago, 6; Washington, 1. heavy downpourof The home people are embued with By the Grace of God and the spe- ,
police inspectors, convicted of rain the time the mill would .
conspiring at
According to the announcement of Cleveland, 1; Boston, 3. the very correct idea that a city is cial act of the Florida Legislature,
to obstruct justice to check been .
the Board of Directors, it has been I Detroit, 0; New York, 9. destroyed. what the home people make it, and lying south of the Mason and Dixon'g
re-organized so that the majority of graft revelations involving them, South Atlantic the stranger when in our gates for a Line of Orange county, we report that
the members represent interests financing were sentenced today to serve one Savannah, 4; Columbus, 3. WEATHER REPORT few days sees here a substantial city ''I this, Orange county, is in a highly
and meeting the company'srequirements. year in the penitentiary and pay a Jacksonville, 5; Charleston, 2. I that is making substantial progress prosperous and contented condition.
fine of $500 each. This is the maxi-
Macon, 4; Albany, 3. Florida-Local showers Saturdayand along every line of business which Our schools are well attended, our
mum sentence. Sunday except fair in northwestand appeals to him as a place to invest finances are in good condition; our
YOUNG GIRL DECAPITATEDSpecial Every time a President or a Gov- extreme south portions. and the pleasing environment appealsto agricultural and material interest are
FLAMES SWEEP SCUTARI ernor insists upon having the Legislative him as a desirable place to build a prosperous; our people contented and
to the Sentinel branch do something that might "Outing" gives some good advice on home. These are the notions that law abiding and in this connection,
Eau Claire, Wis., May 9.-One girl Vienna, May 9.-Fire broke out ina really help the toiling masses, some\water." But, most fortunately, thatto have made of Orlando a city of lovely we extend our best wishes to the re-

was killed and another probably fatal bazaar of the former Turkish for- sniffing old special interest begins- to what to do "when you- sink in homes and- snlendid business cent established_ u______ fnnntv_!_____ of__ _Seminole_______
ly injured near here today when tress of Scutari this morning and I I whimper audibly about the evil of Executive is a time when thoughts of athletic houses. and trust that their prosperity, at all
caught in the mechanism of a manure Fanned by a high wind, rapidly as-I interference. :advice are forgotton. Learn to swim! The friends who spent the past times, will be equal to our own. 0
spreader, which their father, Rudolph sumed huge proportions. It was reported -, winter in Orlando will be surprisedat County Home and Jail
Kuhnert, a farmer was driving. The here that the Montenegrins Persons who live in a flat can sympathize The claim that we are too careless the improvements in this city up- The County Jail walls, we believe,
dead girl, aged five, was decapitated.The started the blaze when leaving the with the East St Louis man regarding the social proprieties has on their return next winter.If should be calsomined and the cages
other, one year younger, was city in revenge for being compelledto who is suing his wife for divorce be- been rudely contradicted by the New painted. We found the Jail otherwisein
badly cut about the face and head. evacuate. cause she insisted on playing the piano England young woman who refusedto I you miss your Sentinel, call excellent condition.We 3
until two o'clock in the morning. thank the stranger who had saved phone 24 between seven and nine visited the County Home and
Books for the leisure moments, ten Winter apparel may now be pur- her from drowning, on the ground o'clock and a copy will be broughtyou find that building in good repair, good
cents. Curtis & O'Neal's. chased at your own price. Advertise in the SentiaiL that they hadn't been introduced. by special messenger. (Continued on Fifth Page)



Boi Danger of -a Train Starting Until

A returiifil Everything traveler Is who"Ready.spent" much Lord .& BradshawWe Magnificent Showing of

kf his time in Ceruiany drifted Into
the ober\iiii>u of railroading in the wish to announce to our friends, and the public generally,

empire. He rode the moat on local that we hav formed partnership under the New Suits
trains tlwu-Ji: UIII having a set purpose Spring
and pi"IK vt>led only for short distances. above firm name, for a general
On one of tbese vagrant trips be had '
surrendered Ids ticket and had nothing : &Real Estate and Insurancebusiness and Dresses
pi his mind but his destination when I
the conductor came and said: : and located in .
are] ntrally a ground floorjoffice at No.
"Extra fare please.
demanded the experienced : 17 S. Orange Avenue, (formerly occupied by Hamilton*& Dunn
Toyager. I
"Because," answered: the conductor : Millinery), where we will be pleased to meetall our old friends WE ARE SHOWING A BEAUTIFUL ASSORTMENT OF

"we have cut out five stops" and the I and to make.new ones. SILKS AND SATINS, ALL COLORS, DRESS GOODSIN
train is now an express.
The recollection of the writer runs I ALL THE LATEST PATTERNS FOR OLD AND
lack to the time when as a small boyle I Our list of city and acreage property is surpassed by none, YOUNG. WHITE CANVAS SHOES. THE DISPLAY
,first beheld the start of a German I
nllroad train. The Impression is self andjwefhavesome: exceptional largaics} CoMEAND SEE Us CONTAINS ACCURATE ILLUSTRATIONS OF THE ..
arldently vivid to have lasted so long. SEASONS BEST AND LATEST CREATIONS, AND
First there was a prodigous pow. Lord & Bradshaw IS WORTHY THE ATTENTION OF EVERY ORLANDO
between the head baggageman
tad the porters who argued excitedly
rer the disposal of trunks. Everything 17 S. ORANGE AVE. ORLANDO, FLA.MilMiMIIIHIMIIIIIiillltlimttltiflltilllttHM. WITH THE HIGH CHARACTER OF OUR GARMENTS
awaited the conclusion of their AND THE REASONABLE PRICESKanner's
jabbering and the loading of the car.
Nobody else seemed animated or even
concerned. The conductor looked on
stoically and the engineer: phle matlully u < ij
talked to a bystander on the platO
form. [ LIGHT THE I flew York
The last trunk In, the baggage smash.
ers retired still arguing. The conductK
went to the end of the train,and the PATH TO PROSPERITY I II"

guards stationed themselves alongsideat 5 __--_-_-_--_-__ ___--__-___-_____ _
Intervals All eyes were on the en- StoreIf
jineer. He climbed Into his cab, disposed Bargain
himself on his seat in a leisurelyTay I" Merchants who use Electric Signs never lose I
and protruded his bead from the
their way by choosing the wrong road to suc-
Ttndow. You Would be Posted be a Daily Visitor to this Store
"FertIg?" he Inquired of the first cess. You simply cannot fail to attract new e
hard, who turned to the second also
customers if use an Electric Sign It acts
to ask "fertig? This was repeated
long to the last car where the signal I like an irresistible magnet drawing all the I
system doubled on its trail. It having I I. Shumibtrgei't for bicycles and MititmituitMMtMMtttHHtiimtiitiiitimim
teen ascertained that everything was I I I\\ trade within its reach: That is the reason c sundries.

fertig," the Information was relayed I they command the attention ol buyers.
lo the engineer, who nodded solemnly l. Hm M [ll
tnd turned to his seat. A bell tinkled I il I Op1oMetriV
the crossing:gates(numerously mannedto For Every Store OwnerNo ,
prevent suioidei arose and tM train J. B. McKAY,
polled out with the pomposity that CONTRACTOR AND Successor to Dr. 0. P. Llkins
ttharacterizex everything official intSermanytl'e matter how small his business the Electric | I tiUlLDER.Miwnntend .

"verboten" land. III Sign is the cheapest and most effective e i All Work. t
This extre"ne caution amuses the -
but it ;i'-o makes him reflect The I:|]! advertising. cIJ Prices That Are an
.. .
forernmen paternalism: may not be j Phone for call and sub.
Ilft'dioDathut It Is farreaching. our Sign Designer to f Work Guaranteed. 1L H

There are m handy ways to die when i!i 15 mit a sketch. }

ranger rus can be forestalled.-Chicago a J No Trouble to Us...No Expense to You. fIi ----- Has installed an up to date grinding plant and Is prepared

I f to duplicate any lens WHILE YOU WAIT.
t t I II I
"How are the plans for your new n ; ; J Along with all the stock and instruments he his secured
louse coming along?" ELIJAH HAND the prescription books dating back several years, and

laid"Splendidly.out all the,cupboards My wife has she wants finally,Ii I l W Tm & U I L CO1 Funeral EmbalmerHand Directorand will fill any of Dr. Likins' prescriptions without delay.

ind now all the architect's got to do is -- -
to build the house around them.-I COOK WITH GAS ? Block, Pine St. Phone 35 --

:New Orleans Times-Democrat. !' ', J Sentinel want ads bring quick results
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hIs success was accidental and that be COMMITTEE TO MEET. '
THE SENSE OF HEARING. was a ml ..r. Albert"Wolff gives these Paul A Horn
details of UIH. opinions held with re There will be a meeting of the Or-
Rang of Sound the Human Waves Ear That Impress gard to Scrilif In tbe fifties and add ange County Democratic Executiveat CONTRACTOR and BUILDER For the Next Fifteen DaysWe

this anecdote: the court house in Orlando, Fla., on
In the sense of beating numerous
"The only Influential man I knew In
problems have interested the experImental Paris. wild Sardoa "was Dumas the Saturday, May 10th, 1913, at 10 REPAIRING A SPECIALTY.P. .
jpycbotogist Among these elder. tint WIT I said to tlm 'Won't o'clock a. m., for the purpose of recommending will sell Lime at 90c
may be mentioned the range of sounds you give me a letter of Introduction to to the Governor, a successor Box 624 Orlando Fia
that can be heard by an individual- Scribe playwrightr 'Scribe: said to fill the place made vacant
' that is, the limit both above and be- the romancer-'Who is Scribe? 1 barrel delivered
great by the death of Jas. A. Kirkwood, per ,
low which no sound can be beard. beard of him1 sighed and I
never Sheriff of and trans-
The solution of these two problems Orange County
termined to see Scribe without a de-I I
the determination of the upper and ter. So I called at his bouse that \ acting any other business which may II five barrel lots. :
lower limit of sound, has occasioned a day and was at once received. Tar- come before it. IIw
great deal of careful work and the don my IntrusIon: I said 'but I had! SETH WOODRUFF THEOAKLANDT11ECAR[ w ', -
construction of many forms of appa expected to bring a letter of introduction Chairman. 1

ratus. to you from M. Alexandre Dumas. I JOSIAH FERRIS, Secretary., Florida Metal Co.
For determining the upper limit of the celebrated romancer: 'Dumas?'interrupted I I
; Orlando Fla, May 3rd, 1913. i
sound for any individual-and individuals Scribe. 'Never beard of him.
differ considerably-the Galton Who Is Dumas?'"-From Jerome A.Ilart's McNEIL-DAVIS BUILDING :
whistle is generally used. It consistsof "Sardou and the Sardon Plays." THE ACME TOUCH. ,.
a tiny pipe which is lengthened or In the course of my work and ex. THAT EVERYBODY Phone 41. '
shortened by a piston adjusted by a periments> with pianos I have discovered -
micrometer screw. This little instrument American-"Those Dashaway girlsare (TALKING
of action
a means adjustmentfor
be regulated to make : two in a
can a tone as much alike as peas
which is too high for any human ear od" upright pianos that brings the &etion ABOUT
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to hear and which will finally produce p Englishman-"Haw-but, me deah to the highest point of responsiveness. -
only a painful sensation. The change is unmistakable,
fellow, I don't ye'd
The Galton whistle was devised by say the improved FEEL of the keys made
Francis Galton for his study of individual one 'p' in pod, y' know.-Town
doubly responsive and pleasing to the The Best is the Cheapest
differences. He bad one of the Topics.
performer. During the next three
whistles built into the end of his cane -
months, I wish to tune two hundred 'h
and as he walked through the zoological that a SO GET THE BEST OF
It has come to a pretty pass ... .
gardens be would blow it near the pianos in and around Orlando, and ;-_ -
an of the various animals. He adjusted girl or woman, in order to look fash- without extra charge, will give all MAGRUDERI

the whistle too high for his ionable, has to look grotesque. upright pianos this most delightful i:I I i I II Paints and Wall PaperTHE
own ear to hear and If the various touch improvement Next winter II

knew animals that responded their upper to limit the was sound greater he J. B. LAWTON JR., FOR SHERIFF expect to charge five dollars extra for II I I II _I "Make good" with good printing;]:

than that of the human ear. Having decided to present my name I the readjustment independent of the:I I you can get it at the Sentinel. Facil- 1912 WALL PAPER IN SAMPLES
The ordinary human ear can detect to the Democratic Executive Com- tuning. I.' ities for the desired article unequaled IS GRAND AND I WILL BE PLEASED '
a tone whose vibration rate Is at least mittee of Orange county for the of- I 4-26 6t WADE, the tuner. in this section. Phone 21
ffice of Sheriff I shall appreciate the TO SHOW THEM. ALL YOU HAVE TO
t second I
25.000 vibrations per the moral of all friends who be-
support -- -- ----
whistle will produce 50,000 per second. lieve me entitled to succeed the late DO IS TU TELEPHONE; AND I WILL
This upper limit varies with the age James A. Kirkwood.J. BRING THE SAMPLE TO YOUR HOME.
of the individual to such an* extent B. LAWTON JR.
that If the upper limit at sixteen years
of age were 50.000 vibrations at sixty: For Sheriff. !
of it would be about 25.000 New GEO. A. BARKER PHONE 268
years age The Sentinel is requested to announce I Everything l lIN
per second.-Strand Magazine. that A. Y. Fuller will be an

applicant for Sheriff when the Orange .
MUTUAL IGNORANCE. County meets Democratic to fill the Executive vacancy.Committee - --

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Quaint Story of Dumas and Scribe, the --w LACES, EMBROIDERIES, SHIRTS, KI-

Playwright For Sheriff. MONAS, UNDERWEAR. HEADQUARTERS Reduced Prices on all
Sardou bad his opened by the
eyes I candidate for Sheriff of Or-
plays of Scribe. it that day It was the ange county subject to the action of
fashion among the younger literarymen the Democratic Executive Committee, SUPPLIES.McCULLOCH'S.
to sneer at Scribe-as It Is today, which meets in Orlando, Saturday, PATTERN HATS !; ;
by the way.to sneer at Sardon. Scribe May 10th 1913.
was called a "potboiler," a maker of CHAS E. McDOWELL. ,, I
mechanical plays, a man who wrote : -
scenes to fit scenery and a maker of For Sheriff.I .

plots were rather told than of of him playa.by unsuccessful Appallingtales I I hereby for the announce office of Sheriff myself of a Orange candidate DEPARTMENT STOREOPPOSITE "AGAND NfCKWUR& AT COST ; .

playwrights. It wu whispered that he county, Florida, subject to the actionof .
rocked the brains of other men. purchased the Democratic Executive meeting
ideas, revamped them and thus Saturday, May 10th 1913. POST OFFICE
acquired the large fortune which h* J. F. HARRIS.

was How then they enjoying.accounted for the fact that' For-Sheriff. CALL and BE CONVINCED MISSES }HAffiLOT DUNN

with the Ideas of unsuccessful playwrights The undersigned will submit his \:
he made successful plays tradition name for Sheriff of Orange county ,
does not tell But all were to the Democratic Executive Committee -LOW EST PRICES ALWAYS"
agreed that Scribe xas mediocre, that at their meeting, Saturday May .. -,. .'
10th. W. T. CHAPMAN.
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South Sentinel Blackman stated that he rode

* MORNING AND WEEKLY Three big iron cages mounted on over land from Winter Park to Orlando -

heavy trucks and drawn by big sleepy one day while away, and found
Entered at the port offle at Orlando, mules moved south through the city that along a road which he was ac-

FloridA u Second Qua Mail Hitter. yesterday morning. The interior of customed to travel many years ago WOMENThe

SUBSCRIPTION RATES i those cages were anything but invit- that there had not been one house

ing, and only the knowledge of the built in the eighteen years since he

THE DAILY SENTINEL I fact that they were the sleeping apart i saw that section last. The trees

One year .....................$5.00 ments of human beings, could lead seemed to need attention and are

Six Months ...... ............. 2.50 one to guess the purpose of those not so luxurious as those in this sec- daintiest women find the exquisite designs

Three Months .......... ....... 1.25 rusty looking cages.

Bj newt carrier in Orlando, 60 cents per To the tail board of the third wagon' tion."I saw only one grove that is a they want in our big assortment. Women who

ewntb. Daily and Sunday. was attached an ordinary farm wagonon good one," said Mr. Blackman, "and

The Orfendo Morning Sentinel can be found which sat a robust man with a that belongs to my brother. His I are fond of jewelry, those who want something

ID wit in Orlando at Curiti A O'Neal's Book long gun across his knees. Traveling grove is beautiful, and the leaves are

Store._ behind this were a score of men, all black-green and luxuriant. But even that is unusual and beautiful, are able to gratify

We will appreciate prompt complaint if young, some mere boys, and all wore from this grove my brother does not'
delivery b not properly made by our carriers. striped clothes and a sullen look that expect to get even half a crop. I I their desires here, for our stock is peculiarly -

jLderrtuin- rates will be furnished on application betokened their thoughts as they followed saw many groves that I know did not
along like dumb brutes under have on them one-eighth of a crop. Of rich in articles of more than ordinary beautv.

THE WEEKLY SENTINEL subjugation.- One pale faced white course I did not see the whole of the -II -

Tor year, by mail postage paid ........$1.00AJdress boy of about twenty years, with face citrus section, but if what I did see For those seeking birthday or other gifts thereare

THE SENTINEL. Orlando Florida. unshaven and hair unkempt presented is any criterion to the rest of it, there

Office 107 Court Phone Street.24 Arcade Building a sad picture of neglect. will not be seven million boxes ship- many suggestions.T.H.Evansthe.

The dog that trotted contentedly ped out of the state this year as there

J. F. SCHUMANN Editor. along and followed the bent of his was during the season just closed."

JOSIAH FERRIS Proprietor. pleasure, looked more happy than they The above is from the Miami Metropolis -
and surely had no darker future. and refers to E. V. Blackman

SATURDAY, MAY 10TH, 1913. The moving picture is daily thrown of that county. We are surprised at
upon the screen of Florida life, in a paper of the high standing of the

There are men who do not need to ; the very land where men ought to be Metropolis permitting such rot, although -
filled with the sunlight of heaven, a half column is devoted to
go out of town for a picnic.
their souls are filled with hatred for the silly gush of Blackman. The abovwill
The little town of Auburndale has God and man. In this land where ,I provoke a smile from even the
God sealed up more happiness and most staid old sore-head. Only one
voted $20,000 for street purposes.
o contentment and gave man the key, house built between Winter Park and

Pinellas county has sold $370,000 than any spot on the green earth man Orlando in eighteen years. And only!

worth of bonds for road building.The has made laws that take away froman one good grove and that belongs 1 to POST OFFICE
unfortunate portion of his fellow his brother. Mr. Blackman might 1s
o .
"kitchen'sink," the latest pop- men every ray of hope and happiness.I: have added that there was but one EXPERT REPAIRING AND ENGRAVING.

ular dance, should be followed by In this land of boasted civilization, big cocoanut in Dade county and that .

the wash-tub dip. to which men journey from the north grew on his shoulders. i

o from the east and the west, exist If the Metropolis representativewill

The Annanias club will be the larg- conditions today that only find a par- come over here, we will take himas
est organization in the world after allel in the Spanish treatment of distressed pretty a ride as he ever took in

Cubans in years gone by. his life and convince him in this five
the income tax goes into effect.A
mile ride that Mr. Blackman the --- --- ----- - -- --
o In a land of liberty loving peoplein is ----- -------

careful automobile driver can a day when every state in the Un- Champion of South Florida.

keep down the upkeep of a machine.He ion is trying to work prison reforms

doesn't have to pay fines in court and enact laws that will improve the NEWS FROM ALL PARTS OF

for speeding.'A morals of the criminal element, and FLORIDA.A ILK TOCKINGS
o make of them better men instead of @)

worse, thirty-two Senators and sixty- hard road
Kansas judge has decided that a surface is to be built
husband is the owner of his wife's four Representatives at $6 per day from Ocala to the western boundaryline.
will assemble at the State Capital and _
clothes. What are the suffragists
two thirds of their allotted
going to do about it?
time in the discussing and passing of
o The Magnolia Hotel in St. Augus-
The old excuse about a sick grandmother petty measures, while this stain upon tine is to be greatly improved duringthe
the good name of Fair Florida re For Day
wth its variations not mains. snmmer.

be worked in Orlando this season unless -
should there be much time
there is a great change. so St. Petersburg's new wireless sta-
consumed before this and
o important ques- tion oh the roof of the new Plaza
tion is of? should .
There is always about so much disposed Why any Theater is in operation.Joe .
loose war talk in Europe. It gets toa selfish question as to whose measure
should be passed in order that its Evening
point where each nation gets its Thomas, of Plant City, shipped
back up, then they all back down. author and champions may save seventeen cars of vegetables last weekA
votes to themselves? Why should the I
o big portion of the shinment consisted ..
One half of the world doesn't know wishes of men or companies who fat- of tomatoes.It wear 1 \
ten on human sweat and human bloodbe k
how the other half lives, but since the
considered in this ? In
matter the
high cost of living has prevailed, it is probable that the City Hall in
name of ,humanity, is it not time that
has done a good deal of wondering Jacksonville will be inlarged to twice
this cursed statute is
about itThere wiped off the its present size, by additions to the
statute book without further
-t-- west and south sides.

are yet several mosquito- ing? Our Personal Guarantee
Florida with her vast of rich
breeding pools in Orlando and we The commencement.exersizes of the
hope the City Council will continue uncultivated lands, has a better means DeSoto High School were held in Ar- '
of employing her convicts and for Accompanies Every Pair
their good work of making war on the cadia last week at which time six \ \\ \\
mosquito.The the sake of the good men and women I students received diplomas.
of the State, for the sake of the
fact that the Louisiana Con- unfortunates whom weh ave always Bartow is boasting of early water-
with us and for the sake of all humanity
gressman voted against the tariff bill mellons in the market, which were Marion B. Ives
let Florida deal humanely
because it provided for free sugar more brought in Thursday from the Polk
with her convicts.
shows what a selfish measure tariffis Lake section by D. N. Reddon.

o i Work will soon begin on the new

Young men in Cornell Universaryhave A delegation from Sanford came bank building which is to be erectedin EXCLUSIVE MILLINERY PARLORS

taken up the study of cooking. down yesterday and met. the County Zephyrhills. It will be constructedof

In a week or so we hope to announce officials and Chairman Overstreet of brick and will no doubt be a creditto

the formaton of the Cornell branchof the Board of Commissioners for the that town. Second Floorors

the Housewives' League. purpose of reaching a settlement, if
o possible of the question of the division Prof. Herman Stabb, formerly one
They are going to have moving pic- of county funds. After fouruuuio of the instructors in the St. Peters-

tures now to win recruits for the }, .,.... nl t A.n. ; A_ burg High School, has accepted a position -
vi Barnes iseusslon, an agreement -
Too bad the in French and
United States as
army. processor
was reached whereby the new Volusia will likely offer the name
movie was not in use in the days of Italian in Converse College in Spar-
will into James W.
county come possession of of her favorite son, Judge
canned beef in the same way. its pro rata share of the cash in the tanburg, C. C. Perkins Judge of the Seventh Judi-

o treasury and other personal proper- cial Circuit. Already, his name is AUTOMOBILEBULLETIN
In Chicago they have tried a man t). This is as it should be. While It is being demonstrated beyond a mentioned for the place over the

for murder and sentenced him to jail i the committee in charge and Forrest ,question that the Irish potato crop in State. Volusia County Record.

for a long term for killing a man by Lake neglected to make provison for the vicinity of Miami is one of the best

recklessly shooting off of his automo- this in the bill, yet the tax payers paying crops that can be planted. T. house of Mack
bile at him. The dispatches do not J. who valuable farm! The large packing
from all parts of the county had paidin Boyer, owns a Tuesday
but it is that Harrison caught fire early
say, strongly suspected on Allapattah planted twenty
that money to be used for all partsof acres the ina
and burned to
the victim was a pedestrian.Our in potatoes, from which he harvested morning
the county, and no honest excuse short time. The packing house was
o could be offered for not making a fair 3,000 hampers bringing him $5,600 and Ellen-
i located between
State Legislators are patting
divide.Of -
ton, on the main Ii ne of the Sea-
themselves the back because of
their claim to on raising the revenues of course the county real estateis Councilman John B. Callahan, of board Air Line railroad partly packed I These are Bargains in Re-Built Cars. Each one is

a different proposition.The Jacksonville at the last meeting of tomatoes were completely de guaranteed to be in first-class condition is
the State 75000. It will take a big- with fully equip
Sentinel is glad the men got the city council, introduced a reso- five hundred cratesof ".
ger paper wad than that to stop up stroyed. About ped and ready to
together as men and settled it lution calling for the purchase of a and carload of fertilizer
tomatoes a
the leaks they have left
open. modern, adequate fire boat for
was burned, besides a great deal of
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The Daughters of the Confederacyare DISTINGUISHED GUEST OF CITY the future protection of that city's crating material i The cause of the I

the most attractive visitors Live Hon. W. H. Lord, a large real estate large and rapidly growing shipping fire is unknown. 11912 Studebaker "30" fourpassenger

Oak has ever had the honor of enter- ,operator in Boston, was in Or- enterprises. A committee was appointed -
to confer with the fire chiefto extra tire and rim. Hartford shock
lando last the ,
taining. The elderly ladies, as well as night guest of Hon.j NEW CADILLAC
the sweet lassies of less mature age, Braxton Beacham. Mr. Lord owns investigate and report upon the absorbers
etc. $600.00
cost of placing a fire boat in commis- ,
large real estate interests at St Pe-
_are makng a lasting impression upon sion. For sale at a bargain. Completely
all who meet them. We extend to tersburg and spends his winters in equipped. Electric lights and electric I

them a hearty welcome to return that city. He is a very interesting starter. Seat covers bumper

next 'year.-Live Oak Democrat. gentleman and has the appearance of The fish law, prohibiting drag nets ,' trunk rack, electric horn, speedometer 1 1912 Flanders Touring Car, complete,
being both shrewd and cautious.Mr. in the waters of the St Johns river
o Clock, windshield, silk mohair $500.00.
Homes have been wrecked fortunes Beacham will show him the from Lake George south to the Or- ,
nickel plated trimmings throughout -
beauties of Orlando and Orange coun-! ange county line, Judge Perkins had top
and to ruin
lost men sent headlong Extra tire and tire cover. Rea-
the ill-considered remarks of those ty groves and if he does not get passed by the legislature when a
by No. 568
box City.
for Address ,
who should have known better. Meas- the fever for some orange county member of the senate, said bill being car. 6-7 tf 1 1913 Krit Touring Car, new, $600.00.

ured by the harm done to individualsand dirt, it will be because St. Petersburg vetoed by Governor Gilchrist, has

to society slander is worse than injected into him so much antitaxineof again been passed by the present ses-
than the Tourist City that he is immune sion.-Volusia County Record. The statute that requires cities and
robbery. It is sometmes worse I
against the beauty fever. towns to go to the legislature for per-
murder. Murder begins and ends in
taking life. It still leaves a man his Anyway, we are glad Mr. Lord President Drane, of the Senate, and mission to do the very things that San Juan

reputation and his friends. Slander visited our city and know that when Speaker Farris, of the House, are be- reasonably come within the scope of Garage

has robbed men of all that is dear he enjoys the hospitality of Mr. ing groomed for Governor by their the municipal powers, is sickening and
Beacham, he has all that mortal man respective friends, but when the time ought to be displaced by a general
and driven them to suicide's grave by I
slow torture.-Gainesville Sun. can ask. comes to offer for gubernatoral hon- permissive statute. f


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Our window display of Irish and Scotch Linens gives but an inadequate CHILDREN'S WHITE DRESSESWe LADIES SUMMER UNDERWEARWe

i have in have these in a variety of pretty designs comprising both the are pleased to announce a shipment of the Famous "COMFY
and colorings we
idea of the splendid range of qualities plain and pleated effects. Prices range from SOc to $2.25 and sizes CUT" Union Suits and Vests, Prices 25c to $1.00 a suit.

from six months to 14 years.
atock.It voices, however, our ability to show the latest that fashion calls GENTS FURNISHINGS

for. Price range is 15e 20e, 30c, 35c and 40 to 50cc per yard. MISSES AND SMALL WOMEN'S WHITE DRESSESWe

have the new Maltese Embroidery and Lace effects and the In this line, we have just received fresh shipments of B. V. D. Under

FROM PLOUEN AND ST. GALL designs are our own property, and can not be duplicated at any price wear garments.Our, Porous. Knit and Gauze goods, in all sizes. Union Suits or single

We have just received some of the most tasty, delicate and original in Orlando.
Straw Hat stock is
designs from these well known Swiss Manufacturing Centres, comprising Misses' sizes 14 to 19 years and prices range from $2.50 to $7.50. complete, in stiff or flexible rims, and Pan

Allovers at 50c, GOc 75c and $1.00.. Also 27-inch Flouncings at 50c, Small Women's sizes 32 to 36, prices $3.00 to $10.00. amas.All
sizes in the Famous Double Triangle Linen Collors
75e and $1.25 yard. And 45 inch Flouncings at $1.00, $1.23 quarter
$1.00 per GIRLS COLORED DRESSESWe sizes and the "KANT KRACK" water proof collars for those that want
and $1.50 per yard. Laces and Insertions from 5c to $1.00 a yard. collars
that won't "wilt.
have these by the hunderd and can suit every taste and every

READY-TO-WEAR GOODS pocket. Sizes 2 years to 14 years, prices 35c to $L30. SHOES

Daily shipments keeps our special range of designs and colorings OUR BOYS' WASH SUITS Well, we have not space to tell you about our shoes this time. Yoa

right up to the minute. We can med the requirements of every pocket, These need no introduction as we have sold so many of them this know we keep them, and that they "ARE RIGHT," both in style and

and it is well known that we give values far above the average, and in seasan that you can ask almost any boy you see with a wash suit on, and price and that they wear, and are positively guaranteed to give satisfac

fact, this is what has given our store the name of "THE STORE OF he will tell you he got it at BOARDMAN'S. Sizes 2 to 8 years, and tion. We have all sizes, from Infant's to No. 15 Men's. We can fit your

SA TISF At1'ION." the prices are $1.00, $1.25 $1.50, $1.75 and $2.00. foot and your pocket book at the same time.

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the Juniors themselves would be very I

WADE glad to have more children join. They and Mrs. Mervin Spencer, who The growth of the Methodist church
THE TUNER I have splendid times and are doing own a pleasant winter home in Con- '' has called for an addition to the I
Continued from First
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ORLANDO FLA. good. cord Park to which they make their Board of Stewards. The following
condition the inmates well
sanitary ,
J I annual pilgrimage with the birds in I gentlemen were elected at the quar-I
cared for and contented, safely sheltered -
Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Ross ,who have the fall, have returned to their north- terly conference recently presided over I and fed. AUTOMOBILES FOR RENTE.

Uncle John Kaley has returned f I been in the city during the winter, ern abode at Millerton, N. Y. The;! by Presiding Elder Bridges: A. A.I| County FinancesOur L. Murray

i residing at 415 Ridgewood avenue, Sentinel will go to them each week Patch, J.V.. Simmons, Z. W. Evans, | Office Phone 409-Residence Phone 542
committee Finance beg to
from his trip to Pennsylvania.Mrs. on
I have returned to Sharron, Conn., for to: advise them of the doings in beautiful H. A. Hoffner. ,
make the following statement as to
the summer. ; Orlando. :Mr. J. J. Baldwin, of Anderson, S. !
Jos. 0. Neal, who has spent I I the financial condition of the County, and County Judge, we desire to say
C., will be in Orlando May 15th, when !
the winter in the city, leaves today I showing up to May 6, 1913. State- we have the utmost confidence in their
Jacob Wherry and wife of Hagers- LIGHTNING HAS ITS OWN WAY I i the bids for the new church will be 1
for her home in Fall River, Mass. II I j ment attached. integrity and efficiency and we are
town, Pa., arrived in the city last opened and contract awarded. The
Lightning played some of her ,
peculiar Orlando, Fla., May 5, 1913. satisfied with bur public servants.We .
night and will take their abode building will be of buff brick with
!i I up on pranks in the Lake Cherokee
Mr. N. F. Chamberlain, who has Flinancial Statement of Orange County desire to thank His Honor Judge
farm which have white trimmings and tile rooff and
a they
been sojourning In the city, has left purchasedin district Thursday afternoon. A bolt Florida As of May 6, 1913. Perkins for curtesies extended us during -
this county. entered the home of Conrad Goesweinover [will be one of the finest buildings in
for his home in Libertyville, 111. i I : i 1 The present Treasurer is derivingan our session and we beg to assure
the State. One that Orlando, well
an electric wire and completely as income from County Funds, which His Honor that he has the confidenceof
; The packing house at I as th Methodists, can well be proud
Miss Kate Lenoir, who has been a Zephyrhills demolished seven electric light bulbs heretofore has not been done by requiring the people of Orange county feel

guest of the Windemere for several has been opened and tomatoes as fineas and following the same wire out and ;of. interest of three per cent. on|! ing asssured that under his Judicial

months, has left for her northern have ever been seen in the State into the home of Alderman Gwynne, all deposits in banks. rule, crime will languish and right will
are being shipped. The vines said I
are where it put seven of his best lightsout
home. I m 00 "" ":j. be protected.
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to be in fine condition.Mr. c. f) o : I
of commission.. M --\:1,.:. = = I We also do not want to overlook
Lightning struck the house of J. -o n I'E.\I: :
Mr. John Lowe, of Shinstown, West 0 p n our State's Attorney J. C. Jones, as
in Concord Park the m
during x
: George Hatch, of West Palm a W -
Virginia, has closed his home in Orlando Dr. Sylvan McElroy, Henry II. ; u C.. a r he is soon to retire from his present
afternoon did
storm of Thursday and mf.
Beach, of the N. P. Yowell
and returned to his home in the manager Yowell, Jos. Bumby, and Marion B. ? g : mi. office.
store there in the considerable damage. Considerable .. <: -
I over was city yesterday ,.. :; .
north. Ives, prominent young Orlando citi- !: He has been loyal to his duties of
: shaking hands with former J weather-boarding was torn off and a a M
neighbors and friends. zens, were in town Tuesday for a fish- I dormer window knocked out where :. 0 :. :. :. ; ":: office and we believe the people of

Mrs. Dr. Miles Robinson, who madea I ing trip on Lake Apopka.They caught :i the bolt entered the house and traveled .. -. .. .. .tI: .. .. I",:;!. Orange county fully appreciate his

pleasure and sight-seeing trip toi i 100 pounds or more and were de-i .. \I.': .. .. .. services for the past eight years. We
The of Ekls will along the joists and went out on x. 0.
Tampa lodge cele- ..
Lakeland the first of the week, has lighted with Winter Garden fishing I II. the Grand Jury wish to thank him
brate the of the the opposite side of the building. Considerable
( laying cornerstone of : : : : : : :
returned. i grounds. They used one of T. Nj1: : : x : : : ? for his assistance patience and wise
their new club house tomorrow after- plastering was torn awayin : 1C : : jsCl
Sewell's motor boats.-Winter Gar- : -66 3Ci council, while we have been in session.
I The main address will be made many'places. The building was insured tO M
Mrs. John Wright, who has spent ,by noon.Judge C. B. Parkhill. den Times. | with the II. B. Leake Agencyand co I to CT ao tO ;1c1-T O c W iw'o c I We also wish to extend our thanksto

the winter at 215 East Robinson avenue I I tT OOMW8O the present Sheriff and his depu-
the loss will be fully 00 00 .si ci Ci ao 3 o
Dr. Z. B. Hanson and wile of Chi I ties.
has to her northern home at 8 5
gone I I Our winter guests have not all travel-I 1 00 cp v :* *- ;' ?
Towson Md. cago, who have been extensive that will 1 : v Signed:
flown Why not invent an airship
i by any means. Many them ers and who have been spending: the I ic HH: ; H z: .0 J. A. HARRIS, Foreman,
linger to enjoy the lovely spring days. I go where it is sent and light there, j o M to 9 ". 3 :2.r :!

Miss Mary Scofield, from Waverly,,, The Windemere always popular with winter at St. Petersburg, are now enjoying without anybody in it? ':I T.to .CT M ,o !o* I i c P 2sr-i ai' 3u i io C. II. JONES, Clerk
life at the Windemere in this .
N. Y. is the guest of Mrs. L. G.iStar- i hotel dwellers, still has a goodly num- I I P \ :Li:: -" ci o 01':3--r* ?r*

'buck.. The Waverly's have a winter;ber of guests. city. The doctor and Colonel Bryant I j NEW AUTOMOBILE !i' Ci! g ... *t'3! S I .i.2; t t t t I i S t 1
are getting as much sport out of excursions I M "* c
home at Winter Haven. I : I :. :- :: '. > ..po THE IMPORTANCE OF KEEP- '
into the woods, to the lakes I!I. .
Mr. Wm. F. Flanagan., who has and the snake nan, _oo: two hnwe.... : .in.. the Cost $2200. _Will A. trade. .. .for house_ I n I :. 1+ -(hI .7. ING POSTED
1''''u u "" lot lot to build This I. c 01 W caw = S .
and on.
and wife who or good
Elam B. Orcutt
Mr. been spending his winters in Orlando, bumble bee season. a 'btg oi '<
have lived in this city for several:' and who has a home at number 9 car is equipped with electric lights 00 I I o f1 o p "3 w 01... "How many things we have '

years have gone back to their oU I Washington street ,died at his homein Rt. Rev. W. Crane Gray, bishop and electric starter, seat covers, bumper .00 0' .. OO.01 .oJ. .ooo'. c. '< ?" + proposed to do,how many planned *

Texas.T. trunk rack, electric horn, speed rnh Mx how loiter in noblest *
home in Estelline, I Waverly Mass., on May 6, aftera I of southern Florida, preached to a -(r .. p o'o yet we our
ometer, clock, windshield, silk mohair o .. W M F+ You be always *
short illness. purposes may
packed house at the Methodist church :r
: 9 : =
P. Bowen :;Evansville, Indiana, Sunday evening. His sermon was top, nickel trimmings throughout Ex- W ooo-lo 01 o- 00- r P successful if you do but set out *
I tra tire, tube and tire cover. Rea- 4 O o oo ?> a ci 2 oOl well and let thoughts and '
is in the city and will spend several Mr. Austin Haile has sold his resi- along the lines of church unity and = your
son for selling: have no further use to waWOwi; o W practices proceed the right *
weeks in this vicinity looking over dence East Central the congregation attentive.The upon
I property on ave- was very
I for car. Address box No. 568, City. Deposits in the following banks: method."
real estate and studying conditions.Mr. to Mr. August Nathan of the' venerable assistedin
nue one bishop was
5-7 tf Orlando Bank & T. Co. ... .$39,576.32State You have often made *
i I New Jersey investors who knows a the church rites by the rector, Bro. I. up your
Bank of Orlando ... 37,497,42People's mind to buy something for the *
Wm. Sayes and daughter, Mrs.! good thing when he sees it. Mr. Shore. He left Monday morningfor Nat'l B. Sanford. 11,997.55Peoples' *
or the home, but have put
A. L. Ford, who have been winter res- Haile will move to Palatka. his home in Orlando.-Ft. Meade FOR RENT Bank, Sanford ..., 9,490.83Bank person off doing so from time to time. *

idents of this city, have closed their Leader. -
of Winter Garden 2,319.83
Then one day pick a week-
Convenient you up
apartments and gone to New York The following winter guests departed Nice large rooms, I I Bank of Oakland........ 2,016.30Bank old and discover *
for the summer. I for their homes in Rev. J. G. Glass, of Anniston, Ala., for busniess people, also light paper some especially -
yesterday of Oviedo ...... . 2,009.34 worth-while offer of the *
I Sharron, Conn.: Mrs. M. Hotchkiss, has accepted a call to the Grace house keeping. Delightful location I State Bank, Apopka ...... 2,460.47 thing needed.
Episcopal church in Ocala. with or without board. Terms very very you
If you have a house for rent, advertise Mrs. E. Lockwood, Mrs. Corneliai *
This the
emphasizes importance
in the Sentinel's classified column -i Adams, Mrs. Elizabeth Wilson and reasonable. Address, "C. care 5-9 3t Total .....It...It..It .$107,367.64Our of keeping posted on when and *

and get a tenant. Mrs. Mabel Adams. WANTED-Clean ago at this office. tinel office. County Officials how to buy to advantage. Grasp

The Grand Jury desires to say, after your opportunities by reading the '

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IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIMMIMIII the personal charity and service of carefully every day. '

our court officials, especially our Clerk . '. ae


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PROGRAM OF FOUR REELS TODAY. you can't go to Palm BeachYOU

&raudMOTION Theatre


The story makes a first class offering. WEAR A PALM BEACH SUIT

PICTURES THE SCRATCH ____________________________ ESSANAY We have the Genuine

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Picture Changed Daily. I An interesting comedy with a pleasing freshness. PALM BEACH CLOTHING IN


THE NEW PUPIL ____________________________ EDISON

FIRST SHOW, I / 7.15 P.M 4 Comedy-Drama

SECOND SHpW, I 8:15 P.M : A picture of pretty scenes and pretty acting.

I HIS SECOND LOVE __________________________ PATHE


I Home of Hart, Schaffner and Marx Clothing

and SATURDAYS 3:30: p.m. I Watch for the DAYTON FLOOD picture-coming soon. I

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who Bas earned this to tae point of *:: .......
performing her household tasks with V f
his same good form. Take the hitch

en work for example. Form here ha Have Vacate this Month
been defined as a "certain deft finished 1 y

way of handling utensils and econ -r,4" _______ y________
omlzinK materials of all kinds. says -- -

Catherine Garland.As .

form a former chef to royalty say: Am Offering Men and Boys' Pants
There is a way td stand at the table ,
erect and well poised and just far
Hats Caps Etc. at Half Price
enough away so that your apron doe ,
not brush against its edge and accumulate
Introductions. a line of spots. Form is more .
Such a usual thing as introducing the result of thought and practice than Any three ties in the house (for $i.oo
one person to another is so often done a
of any instruction. But just try for
Jn a bungling unsuccessful wrong way once to see how many dishes you can
that one cannot speak too often about cook while keeping your apron spotless 'I A Vacation Hint Lord & Taylor's Silk Half Hose

this very necessary social occurrence. using the newest possible uten
There are two or three points to em ells and making, so far as you can help Before you buy a railroad ticket 3 pairs for $1,00'limiiHIIIMIIIIHItillHtilMMililillH

phasize. First, remember that the simplest It, not a single unnecessary move for this or that summer resort,
ment" in and look at MidSummer
most straightforward introduction come our
You may think this advice of use Woolen line and let us make
la the best; second do not mum.
ble your words; make clear the names only to the woman who does her owe a cool Summer Outing Suit for

of them the slowly persons and introduced distinctly.by Do saying not are work only or to superintendent the maid. But of even your if own you you.We make a specialty of Nor- HICL&RKROBERTSONTHE L & f T

kitchen and pantry you buy the uten
rush through an introduction as if you ills and have voice in their arrangement folks and will be pleased to L I
disliked It or were ashamed of It
How greatly do concern fiflL show you a few of our latest
A gentleman always asks permission ..
yourself with the newest Inventions in J models.Men's .
of a lady to bring a stranger to be ,t
household utensils Do .
keep an
presented. After securing this he pre.
on advertisements or see what Fashion
tents the gentleman to the lady. This Shop
your neighbor is doing In that regardto I '
order is the general rule. woman'
learn if you are neglecting any opportunities Hand Building V
name is used first except in the I Inl
That is what a man doe I
case of an elderly person or one of note. Cor. Church and Orange OrlandoI
In connection with his business or
In which case the order is merged.
fession. You would much prefer tc c' MARKET
The accepted form is "Miss Blank J1JIIiJuHi'BUSINESS
shop at a place which does business
may I present Mr. Wood? or -Miss
under the most modern of .
friend system con
Blank I wish to introduce my
Mr. Wood who is very eager to meet I leniences. And If you go to a doctor Of Cleanliness Of
you.1 who is using awkward and antiquated BOOSTERS HHIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIH i QualityFRESH
Instruments confidence in him Is CLASSIFIED
Never make a mistake of leading a your
lady around a room and Introducingher. slightly shaken. So would a maid prefer Business Boosters (classified advertisements 5
) received after 10 o'clock, AND SALT MEATS
to work in that kitchen which b
Bring the ones already presentto will in the "Too Lateto
midnight, run
regarded as an important part of the
her In twos or threes and gradually column. .
make her acquainted. Needless to say: boOM and which Is supplied with OJ) Boosters Classify"of five lines, or less-ap : THE ONE CIGAR THAT FISH AND GAME t .
to date necessities and If possible, luxuries. =:::::
taken around to the words time 25
a man is always proximately -one *"" "
ladies in a party and presented to them.A I cents; three times 50 cants; one week Kept under the best sanitary conditions.
younger woman is introduced to i (six daily and one weekly editions) : EVERYBODY LIKESHAWTJ2VR
u older one. An unmarried one is Potatoes and Power. $1.00; one month, 300. Everything screened away from the flies, and kept fresh

always presented to a matron. The One foresees the triumph of the potato .
FOR HIRE-Nice seven passenger and
one to whom an introduction Is made unforeseen by William Cobbett touring car. Large and roomy. pore.
has the name mentioned first the one not so much as a food but as a means 4-20 tf J. B. MAGRUDER.BUY .
We invite and satisfaction. We have
inspection guarantee
introduced coming next of motion. Coal is giving out; petrol .._
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The distinctions art not so finely Is going up in price and down In production a lot in Thornton Park, a nice STRAIGHTSGet everything'in the Meat Line. ,
drawn In the introduction of men teach The supply of both is limited suburb in east part of the city. Carl j c

other. Of course any well known and must come to an end but there Jensen.
man Is considered first It Is deemedan comes the cheer that alcohol rill be
OAK HILL is the beautiful subdivision The PARLOR MARKETH.
honor to be introduced to him. the motive force of the future. Petrol
to the Northeast of the city and -
When you Introduce your relative and coal may give out but the earth I still have some choice lots there. the best cigar it fire
be lure to remember that every one will always grow potatoes. Potatoes Carl Jensen. cents, the next time you
does not know that your aunt is mar can produce alcohol, and alcohol can want to smoke-Judge for M. Self & Co.
n ed. The words "my aunt" are not drive engines. In the potato we seem WANTED position as manager, yourself. .
sufficient Supplement them with the to have discovered the secret of perpetual caretaker and collector for non- I
name by which strangers should know motion.-London Chronicle. resident property owners. By man ofexperience :
who can give it close at- J8-20 PINE STREET
and address her. If your mother has
tention. Address. Collector, Sent!
teen married twice or if your married Horsepower of a Lightning Flash. nel. 4- Made in Orlando and sold
name is different from hers give it The "horsepower" of a bolt of lightning Phone No. 80tlllllllllHIIIIIIIIIHIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIMIIH
by all deafen.MIMMMIMItlliMMIMI.
so that no embarrassing mistakes will which struck a house in Hesse FOR SALE-New seven-roon house, :
be made. last summer has been calculated by a with all modern improvements.. I
So much for the introducing of per German scientist at no less than 60,- I $3,000. Will take automobile in part I
sons. Be sure to speak so that there 000. The calculation was based upon pay. Address Owner, care Sentinel.

will be absolutely no misinterpretationon the fact that the lightning Instantly WANTED business partner in a -
the part of strangers who meet melted two large nails. An electric manufacturing business with well IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIHIIIIIIIHIIIIIIIIIIIHHIIn
each other for the first time. current of 200 amperes and 20,000 established trade. Need more capital I
The graceful Introduction is a test volts might it is said, have accomplished and will take partner or will make a
of social poise. There is really no the work In one second but stock company with $15,000 to $20,. WELCOME TO New I
reason for the awkward attempts 8 tit the lightning did it In a very small 000 capital Plant up to date.and in TIw"r'' "P' QuartersWe
that we encounter every day. Indeed fraction of a second. excellent condition. Address Manu-
facturer, in care of Sentinel. tf
the successful introduction is the
unusual thing. Why this condition exists Switched Him Off.
FOR RENT-Furnished, my cottage
is attributable to the ease with "I am not rich like you/ said the on Lucerne Circle. Jas. A. Knox. BARBER SHOPModern

which an Introduction is made. It young man, "but I am young strong ___ __...... r. are now located in the new Hyer
seems so simple that you do not giveIt and willing to work. May I speak to ESTRAY have taken up as an and-Complete.
a thought until circumstances force your father estray one Dunn Cow with few & Davis building on Church street
the role of Introducer on you. "Why notr said the heiress. "He white spots. Crop upper and under Everything new, individual
Well you owe a good introduction Is constantly hiring young men with bit, in one ear; crop bolt in the otherear. electric attachments at A
We better fil all
Brand single 0" J. G. Lee, are prepared to
to all of your friends Practice the just such qualifications as you enu- Pine Castle, Fla. tf chair. No atone has been left your
forms given until they come naturally merate.l>-Loulsville Courier-Journal. unturned to make this shop wants in theHARDWARE

unhesitatingly and redound to your WANTED-Set of books to keep to meet th erequirements of the

credit Placing the Villain. take part of time. Address "Book most nartimUr. Plenty. of
---- ----" -- -
Crlt1cus-Who is the villain of that
keeper, care Sentinel. 5-6 3tHyH room. Courteous attendants. :
Kitchen Etiquette.Woman new play at the Hamme theater Witticus LINE

has always, since the begin -I'm not quite sure but it must ELIJAH WHITEHEAD,
ling of time, devoted hours to develop be either the man who wrote It or the Proprietor. ,-
tag food form In her appearance. She man who produced it-Chicago News. FR- Y"E R S THE
Orange Ave, Orlando, Fla.
nscally acts upon the desire to do the

things necessary In her social career in Just "Between You and I." Manufacturer of Artificial ---. .....
the best form. Even in athletics, in She-Why. her and me were the best I Stone, Fancy Columns and HELMS HARDWARE
tennis or golf, she sees the Importanceof of friends before him and her met i Ornamental Work

learning the rules of the game and Of course this la between yon and I.- Livingston and* RailroadEYERYTHIHB I.
letting the best results by playing in London Punch. COMPANYtlHtllliliillMIIHMIIMIIIillllllllHimilllHI
form. It is true that she often strives
to be neat and orderly and have some
Hatred is the wrath of the wett-
system in her management of the Alphonse DaudetIT When you want any of the
household Rnt !it is the rare woman
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mentioned in


0 FEEDFOR HandbookFirst j Cool I

of .

SpringClothing LIVE STOCK Aidhere :II I Fireless CookersAND

is the place to get :
them. Call or 'phone. :


Church Street, Phone 18 i DeLaney Drug Co. I:

Ever shown. This stock includes Orange Avenue, :: TO KEEP COOL WITH

REGAL SHOES, $3.50, $4.00,

$4.50. iiiiitittiiitmiiitmAutos [ELECTRIC l[ IRONS AND TOASTERS

It will be a pleasure to show GOOD WORK MULES

you the difference between our For Rent at I

goods and others you may see. I. I, FOR COMFORT c

We are behind every piece of Any Hour : For Sale by

merchandise must give you we satisfaction.See sell and .same Seven Passenger H. G. HarperSouth

our stock of STRAW
STEVENS DURYEA Hoghy Sl Phone 534 .

Ride In a Good Car.'Phone Hauling of all kinds, and plow-
ing carefully looked after. iiiiiiiMmiiiiiiiiiititiiimiittttniiiMiiiHMGood I

7 Brown & Lartigue 34IMMIItlMMIIIItlHtM GIVE US TRIAL

ORANGE, AVE. I.4 Subscribe for the Sentinel P Patrunize n Sene1 n l A Aierters' !s r ri"r

I : .Ji _

( $t. Sophia ARCHITECTURAL and ;;' Wonderful MARVEL Dome ; H lllllililllHIMIIIIIHIIItlMlilllltlllllillillll

That I It Said to B. Doomed. BANK lisl ANY'

are great The persistent dome world of would St reports Sophia mourn that to fall the were There struc-the RlAN O a COMP Lucerne TheatreMOTION !

ture is In danger that the masonry is

rotten and crumbling and that the Capital and Surplus and Undivided Profits 12000000.
final doom of the edifice is not far off.( i
When It is remembered that St. Sophia Total Resources over Three-quarters of a Million. PICTURES

was built in the sixth century
that it has for more than thirteen cen- Statement of the Orlando Bank udTnut
furies withstood the vicissitudes of _
fires, earthquakes sackings and bombardments ,rtit. Yk?' Co, at dote of Business

rain and wind beat and April Ittfc, 191S-The Set-
cold, the marvel is that it has endured 'r z E ToNightSHAKESPEAREAN
10 long. Having stood through all emu AulTersary of
these ages there will be the keenest t
Its Existence
regret if it finally yields to the destructive A i2j. eI. MASTERPIECE
forces of nature. r

St. Sophia is often spoken of as the .
grandest of Christian archi- CYMBELINE
monument RESOURCES Thanhouser
< tecture. It is the perfection of the r

Byzantine style differing from the ear- Loans and Discounts.....$368,197.88 In Two Parts

ly Romanesque and late renaissance Overdrafts .............. 92111 ,
of western Europe and the beautiful Real Estate, Furniture The greatest historical photo-play ever produced, showing gor-
Gothic which must be considered the geous scenery of splendor hardly imaginable. A romance of CYM-
and Fixtures .......... 25,853.44
ideal of ecclesiastical architecture. It A DELINK, King of Great Britain at the time of the Roman
other i Jv Stocks and Bonds ........ 18,018.33Cub
not be impressive
may as
as this is of the
Truly one most beautiful of the Shakespearian stow
great edifices built from five to ten on hand and in Banks 36,267.61
1 ries; above all, a revelation in the art of motion picture industry.This .
centuries its solidity
later, but strength r e -r-
and grandeur, together with its Total ................789260.08 picture has proven a success wherever shown. Indorsed by \
great antiquity give it a place unique r: i-j press and public as being the strongest and most elaborate feature -

among churches r zy LIABILITIES ever produced. One day only. Don't miss this excellent pic .
The collapse of St. Sophia's dome ture.
would be a greater loss than was the Capital Stock ...........100000.00
fall of the Venetian campanile and its Surplus and Undivided
reconstruction would be I I I "THE WRONG FLAT" .. ... . .. .. .............. SOLAX
utterly impossible Profits ................ 24,14155
The problems of its building Deposits ............,... 665.116 Jl One continuous rapid fire roar of laughter from start to finish. ,
were so intricate and complex that the .
secret of them died with the architect
Anthenius has Total ...............$789-280.08 THIS IS CHILDREN'S DAY-AND ALL UNDER FOURTEEN
in the sixth century. It
been said that St Sophia "like Kar- : YEARS OF AGE ARE ADMITTED FREE BETWEEN THE

nak in Egypt, or the Athenian Parthenon : HOURS OF THREE TO FIVE P. M.

is one of the four great pinnacles Deposits April 4, 1913....$592,87&.85 I 1e
9f architecture; but unlike them, it is
Deposits April 16, 1911... 66541543 MltMMtMMMHMMIIHmMMIItMlliiHHMMillBuy
no ruin nor does it belong to a past
world of constructive ideas, although I Uaftel State Goreriment, State and County Depository Increase In 12 days ......$..7241948MMMtliMt I :
it precedes by 700 years the fourth I
culmination of the building art in -..
Chartres Amiens or Bourges and thus 0 ::: 0 -

must ever stand as the supreme monument _
of the Christian cycle.Cleveland -
Plain Dealer. i MltiltMIII iltl ttlMIIIMMIMt MM M8CI Mill I1111111111111111111
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That Is All There Is Before You, So Do n
.,.. It to Perfection.
Yon have a hard thing to do. So bard :
it is that your breath comes short when ,

you think of it, and your heart sinks I II _
down and becomes a bottomless pit of I

despondency.If you let it. go on sinking down and I: We are confident that the clothes we sell made by Schloss Consider Quality Style,
down you are done for so stop it! ,

Climb You up underrate again and your look own around.courage if Bros are superior in quality and style to any that you Price and then choose

you tell yourself you cannot accom. ,
plish'this task which looms before you. : can buy.

Men have done great things before I
now-things which make one gasp at : US
the splendor and glory of human I

achIevement. Do you think their : ARE WELL DRESSED, ,
hearts never failed them; that they II Allen & CO.
never looked forward with utter weariness

to the heights they must climb reasonable. Do of
and the seas they must cross and the Our prices are very not, think buying

I years crowns they them must? wait before success : elsewhere until you have tried on one of Schloss Bros suits. JEWELERS

How did they manage it? .

Through The secret the Is eyes simple.of Imagination they M WE ALSO SELL LORD BALTIMORE CLOTHING FOR BOYS. Orlando FloridaLet

I pictured their distant goal as close to ,

them; they saw It only one day ahead.
Then they did one day's work-cheer
fully hopefully. And still the goal was

j one day distant-only one day-and, in W. M. SLEMONS

jet, It had been brought one day Us Your Watch
Sometimes through weariness or discouragement -

the goal vanished from illlllMtMIHMflll KMMHMHMMittM EVERYTHING GUARANTEED
Sight but the acquired habit of plod- _
ding on steadfastly step by step, one
day at a time, from hour to hour.
|rought them close to it in spite of

(themselves. And so, necessarily, at
I last they "arrived." i -"T"-- -
For tasks In hours of insight willed :
Can be through hour of gloom fulfilled. ,

Never were truer words spoken. : : This Wall Board
Let us make the most of our "hours I

I of insight never thinking of the Tia.I I THE LINE OF UP TO DATE DRY GOODS, CLOTHING
lions we see in them as delusive dreams Saves Building Money!
(and impossible ldeals.-London Ex- HATS AND SHOES, ALSO LADIES READY TO WEAR


Helping the Bride. MON. SATISFACTION GUARANTEED OR MONEY 100% Better and 50% Cheaper
When Mrs. Blank, who bad always

Ted near the coast, was married she REFUNDED. Than PlasteringBeautiful
rent to live in a small inland town.
Shortly after her arrival she called
JOB her butcher and ordered a quart of and Durable

[scallops. B. Salomon OrlandoDID You cat plastering; cost in half by
"Wb1, Mrs. Blank said the dealer, using Bishopric Wall Board for walls
guess you will find those at theiker's. and ceilings in your new house, and
And" he added kindly, get better results. "Bishopric" looks /
better, lasts longer and saves time in I
Inmemberlng that she was a bride. "I HMIIIIIIMM* building. J .
think they're sold by the yard.-Lip-
mCOtt'L $5,000 Anti-Warp Bond"Bllhoprlc"
U the eJy wall board stiffened
with lath. Kfla-dried lath are Imbedded la
DtagrmbU Advice."I [lND lTAKER-AIM'STRONG toughened Aspbalt-Maitic and surfaced with ,
asked him how he cot rich ud he mrWrda prominent totvtn beavr fibre-board. Is moisture-proof rat

I Slid me, but I sosnt follow him advice." eWer My this morning to a MM* The ARTISTIC PICTURE FRAMER of Orlando proof warp,.shrink.soundproof buckle and or fire-relisting poll loose In wm any Dot climate _
'Why notr Mat dtfMn of OxUi; I *IIII] winter or summer. Our 15,000 Anti- -
"1 don't like his methods." bMffct bud at euo aad If.Ow PIPIT STREeT Warp Bond protects every customer. f

Dishonest cIW .. .. l- Saves a Month's Time
i At the tint U referred to Ian'I
"Not at all He said he amp11.et
Comes la sheets ready for use. Goes on
[Ms money Instead of spending It tor for si Orlando mn MTtnl Mtrir+sd dry. Just can it to bare
Mass of land .. Orugeper ..... .. i ready at once for any kind of decoration.
everything be thought be wanted.- '1.00 ice, the .. land Ii .. I Edges meet evenly-no paneling limed.Bialopric." Beats Plsstsr
(Detroit Free Press. THE H. H. P. STRAIGHT Saves a month's time in buOdlng.
laW h 14 and Mr trsn- tN Sbeets are 4 feet square. 16 sheets to the
|80 JO per acre, sad is chsap a* thY crate. Prices low. Anyone who can drive Investigate Now 1
In RuatU. sails can apply It.
ForSakat II CIIar eons
Look into this
"What is the matter?" demanded theIsnnd ww were the Oriaafc isogh _. Gives Users tavlnrLasting .....
duke.Excellency ..at tW times Gold... ..... Ckkirfo'i New* Cigar Made to OriuekHITUI enoney building materiaL
[ your cook demands a T yw tad MaIM ..... JOG mil Satisfaction"It Any of the dealers' .
Too katv ... FlerUa Wnppin U with pelt pl Mor that I writ 70*IB r* named below wl:1
ynit MM
[vacation. jocr af4 to you BUhoprio Wall Board: ale teoasawhohtwoofmrbrooctetryuldnitlmor
"Give her a kaootinsV was the an- tin aft your tsett M UM ssi&iBf Try o.e and Be Cmrti food raalu.and sad It tilt h toa t and UM torttht gladly wonderful how aon-warplng you this ,
stock, without baying to figure M it Doer ou boy. Thos hire alto interested a ... ..
ItBcratk commaol-Eansas City Jour- If tara not jet bought SOBS Bomber of their frUodi la Joan pods,and an more >ire tetisdng Wan Board. "g{j.."II...
you HIM llMMd With RMiU.1\ Learn bow yon can save time
ill Oriandft or Orange aunty J. HERMAN H. FINDER M'f'g'riz Yea ATCA Idl OB,KB X. Beooftd St.Lima, 0. and money by using it. Set you dealer to&y
thin is still opportunities for larfsprolts
The Sole tad I can show rots.
: South Onif For Sale
He (during a number- dont care I can lID JOG semithinf that
inch for this solo. She-Solo*. Cant make you money bat you
OU see that: there are two ladies slagHe ing stock will cot bay it
g? Yes but one hunt &D1o1ce.&stoD Call and see me. The senior class of the Stetson Bus- !delegates of the State Pharmaceutical Orlando' Novelty WorksThe

Transcript CARL JANSEN iness College in DeLand, motored to Convention to be held in that city
Office orer Diekson A Ives, Orange '
Avenue, Orlando, fla. Beresford a few days ago, from there June 11, 12 and 13. Nearly a thous-

Playing Safe. The banks and the business men of they took boats to Horton Island, and delegates are expected to be in Mastic Wall Board and Roofing Mf g. Co..Cincinnati Ohio
q want you to understand my word Orlando know me, if you do not, ask where they camped for the day. attendance.The (lQ2)
as good an my bond. them.
.'That's why I'm playing safe and -
sf sUng on the cub.Detroit Fret New York, New Haven & Hart-
Plans are already being made in WALL BOARDAN
fress. ford railroad has $22,716 stockholders,
Subscribe for the Sentinel Tampa for the entertainment of the
of whom 10,102 are women. r





Louis c. Massey, PresidentT. It

Pfctoa Widow Vfc .Pm. WIW. Sew taaabta :I i How much money would
Beam C Bftbeoek. Aa't OnhWr Samuel A.NfwiH,AM t CwUo I
J. E. Wray, Pastor :
Sunday school, 9:45: a. m. C. E. :
THESTATE Howard, superintendent you like to spend for
Preaching by the Pastor, 11 a. m. :
Subject: "Mother, Home Heaven." I

Music, "The Way of Faith," Dudley

BANK Buck.
Epworth League 6:30 p. m. H. A. '

Hoffner Preaching president.by the Pastor, 7:30. Subject $$11.22. $$2214*
: "The Awfulness of Sudden
of Orlando. Death." Class
Music "The Mellow Eve," Homer Class
No. 2
Nos. 2
Male quartette.Solo .
\ and2AClass
t by Mrs. Likins. )

THE OLDEST BANK IN THE CITYAND Midweek prayer service, Wednesday
evening, 7:30. A cordial welcometo

The Bank which transacts more business than Christadelphian- $$16,50 $$83.00No

any Bank Jacksonville and Tampa Memorial Service 10:30 a. m. I
Lecture, 7:30 p. m. Subject:
"Wherein Do Protestant Sects Protest 50 _
The large patronage of this Bank has been built up ?" No. 100

conducting its business sound Christadelphian Hall, Davis & Me
during twenty years by on
Neill block. No collections. A cordial .,
banking principles with careful attention to the legiti- welcome to all.Emmanuel.

mate wants of customers. The confidence of the publicis i
Baptist ;
reuected in the large amount of deposits. r J28.05

Average deposits First Quarter of 1913, 900,000.. Preaching Sunday both morningand Class $$56.10,

evening by the Pastor, Rev. Preston _
Boyd. No. 6 NOB: 5and5A

FOUR PER CENT PAID ON SAYINGS ACCOUNTSOur Morning subject: "Rise of Ideals.!''
At the evening service, Mr, ,Boyd<
will speak on, "A Lost Crown. All
are invited to attend the services of
correspondent banks.are located in every part of the church which are held at the Rest
and Tea Room. | Join any of our Saving Clubs and yon can have either of the
the world and include some of the largest Banks in the

United States. First Baptist above amounts to spend

The services at the First
Baptist Call and get a Circular or let us explain the'plan to you
church Sunday will be conducted by;
PRETTY CARD PARTY DIVISION IN THE AIRA Dr. E. T. Poulson. There will be services -

both morning and evening. | The Peoples National Bank"It
Mrs. Lege Celebrates Anniversary of Valued Correspondent Thinks AI- Sunday school at 9:30 at the close

Arrival Orlando.A tamonte An Ideal Place To Locate of which Dr. Poulson will give a I
delightful Auction Bridge party The Capital special address. is a pleasure to serve you."

was given yesterday afternoon by Altamonte Springs, May 9, 1913. B. Y. P. U. at 6:30 led by Mr. Eugene .
Mrs. the honoree being Mrs. Reid. All the .
Lege' Editor Sentinel: young people requested ......
Hamilton Johnson, of Jackson, Miss. As division spirit is in the air for to be present. An interest I.
Twelve players were present and:' dividing and organizing new. counties ing meeting is expected.
of these Mrs. Charles Campbell made throughout the state this seems tome The evening services, which will MHIIIIIIHMMII 111111 1111I 'V

the highest score, winning a daintily to be the opportune time to die begin promptly at 7:30 will close the : : :: : : : : : : : :

framed___"L_picture.__ L The__ guest-prize was vide. -the. great-- State of Florida series of revival meetings. M
a prcuy sewing uag. and South Florida.
At the conclusion of the games the With the capital as situated in the NATIONAL LECTURER HERE
guests were given hand-colered cards northwest part of the State it is almost SUNDAY
duplicates to those used for scoring inaccessible to the large majority TORE
and told to write answers to a set of of its citizens of the great and Under the auspices of the W. C.

questions, each of which involved the prosperaus State who are obliged to T. U., Miss Annie A. Robbins, a National
name of a tree. Much merriment make the long journey to the capital. Lecturer, will speak at the Lucerne _.
followed, the.guests having to "think Besides it being an expensive trip Theatre Sunday afternoon at
hard," to discover the hidden nouns. both in time and moneysimply chang three thirty o'clock. 4 BIG SPECIALS
Miss Mary Branham was the wisest ing the capital to a more central location Miss Robbins was formerly United 4
and was rewarded with a needle. would not relieve the situationto States army nurse in Cuba and and

book. the sat sfaction of all interested, the Phillipines, and her address Sun
In the serving of a delicious supper, but by dividing the long State it day consisted largely of a recital of
fruit salad, jello, sandwiches, punch appears that the entire State would her experience in those lands. Her r
strawberry cream and cake Mrs. I be greatly benefitted without step subject was "Obedience" and she
Lege was assisted by Mrs. Phillip ping on the toes of any person in the drew from her army career many illustrations -
Slemons and Miss Mary Branham. State. In case of an equitable division to elucidate her text She nI
tIap Manliy
Yesterday marked the first anniversary West Florida would retainits I is a remarkable speaker employingnone
of the coming of Mr. and present capital, and South Florida of the arts of elocution or gesture ,
Mrs. Lege to the "City Beautiful." could select its most desirableand but reaching the heart and intelligence -
During the year they have made a central location and between Sanford of her audience through ;
host of friends all of whom are delighted -I and Orlando. Why I say between sheer sincerity and earnestness of purpose. .
to hear that this popular cou: Sanford and Orlando is because .-The Prison Mirror.

pIe have decided to make their homein Altamonte is the real loca No. 1. SHOES SHOES SHOESDon't
Orlando, tion for the capital of South Floridato LAST NIGHT AT THE FIRST BAPTIST -
Those invited for May 9th in com be located.It CHURCHDr.

pliment to Mrs. Hamilton Johnsonwere has greater advantage than any miss this great opportunity to buy Zigler Bros Wichest
Mrs. John N. Bradshaw, Mrs. ,
: other location in South Florida. I Poulson again delivered one of
James, N. McElroy Mrs. Richard R. will only mention a few of the many. his great sermons, "Ambassadors for & Gardner's Famous Brand Shoes in Gun Metal Patent
Hudson Mrs. Phillip Slemons, Miss First: It is conceded to be one of the Christ. It seems that each one of ,
Hattie Hudson Mrs. Robert Howe, most healthy locations in the State. his sermons is better than the previous Leather and Tan. In Pumps Oxfords and
Mrs. C. A. Campbell, Mrs. W. P. Watson The purity of its drinking water is one, and he is each time in the ,
Mrs. M. G. Johnson Mrs. Hamilton not excelled in the world, which i is very best of spirits and full of hissubject I Eclipse Ties $3.50 to $4.50 values. For 3
Johnson, Miss McKee, Mrs. Lee the greatest reccommendation, for i it $1 98
Miller Mrs. Sidney Ives, Jr., Miss is days only .
universally known that cure drink Before the sermon'last..- niVht., -Dr.- .
Mary Branham, Mrs. W. M. Brittain, ing water is conducive to perfect Poulson said "Friends of---cr--the First
Mrs. Elizabeth R. Abernethy, Miss health. 0
Eloise Robinson. Baptist church, I now express or attempt No. 2. 1000 yds. Lawn Organdie and No, 3, 800 yds. Suesine Silks. Latest
of the
purity atmosphere is not to express to you, my grateful
equalled in South Florida and the soil appreciation for the action taken by Flaxon, Plain White, Black and White Evening Shades, Plain and Fancy

JUNIORS WILL SELL CANDY is equal to the best and among this church last Tuesday evening in Stripe, Floral and Persian Designs, Patterns, 30c to 40c. value For 3
the most desirable for all agricultureand extending to me a unanimous call to
15c. to 20c, values. For 3 days only days only
The Junior Civic League will havea horticultural purposes. Besides the pastorate of this church. I can
candy and ,flower sale at the band the present prices are most reasonableas never express to you my appreciationfor
stand this afternoon at three o'clock. compared with many less desirable the confidence you place in me and 12 23c
1.2c yd. yd.
and the public is kindly invited to locations and as a further inducementyour for the honor you do me.
patronize the children as the money. correspondent will donate five "I cannot now give you a definite
they derive from this sale will be acres of land admirably located on answer but I will do so just as soon

used for the city's good. Besides you which to erect the South Florida Cap as I can after reaching home. I can No. 4. 500 yds. Lawns. Plain White and Floral i
will get value received for your money ital buildings. not feel right in giving you an answer 11
when you buy. If you love chil- N. H. FOGG. until I have conferred with my peoplein Patterns, 12 l-2c. to 15c. values. For 3 days only C jQM. e
dren and love to encourage them in Bluff ton who are so dear to me and
their efforts for good, and if you are ORLANDO CHARTER. who are praying for these meetingsand
interested in the beautifying of Or. praying for me.'If .

lando patronize the Juniors this af Orlando is to vote again on its commission God wants me here, I want to
ternoon. charter after it has been come. If God does not want me in P. TOWELL
passed by the Legislatue. The Or- this field I do not want to come. I ;
ask that you be much in .
FAVORITE THEATRE lando Citizen calls attention to the prayer over
fact that the charter has already the matter. May God's will be done

"The Black-mailer" Nestor-entrancing ed two mass meetings two pass committees and not ours. -". .. .. .... . . . .........' . . . - - .............
zThe opportunity is great I FOR TAXI the 9th day of May A. D..
drama. the council and ; can see souls NOTICE OF APPLICATION 1913.
western a special in almost every service, were B. M.
"Animated Weekly No. 43," current election. After it has gone throughthe .that.will If that you will the look about you, you brought into the kingdom of God. 1 I I DEED TER UNDER 4888. LAWS SECTION OF FLORIDA 8 OF CHAP- Circuit Court, Orange ROBINSON County, Clerk.Florida.
see field is white with
events. Legislature and is again adoptedby The meetings will close with the !
is the people, it is harvest. Now is the time for you as Notice is hereby given that Elizabeth M.
"A Traitor's Fate, Imp-a girl presumed the of Sunday evening, after
services The who
Christian people and as church Felts, of Oakland. Florida purchaser of Bal man feeds us upon statis-
forced to accept the attention of a charter will be all right and that it to which Dr. Poulson will return to his ,Tax Certificate No. 170 dated the Sixth day tics which have
can be into put your shoulder to 'the wheel and i I lof June, A. D., 1898. has filed said Certificate we no way to disprove -
man she does not love. She escapes put effect without question trust in God and home in Bluffton, Indiana. J in my office and has made application for Tax ,now advises that the river
and is united to her lover and the vil as to its legality.It your go forth to the Jj+Deed I to issue in accordance with law. Said Nileis
conflict. I assure you that if I come j I Certificate embraces the following described one million years old-about the
lian is punished. certainly been muchly pass- AT BISHOPSTEADOn property. situated in Orange County Honda of the
here I shall expect RECEPTION jtowit I and Blk 6 Rollin and same age fresh we
2to5and7to10p.m. ed upon and ought to be all right your cooperationand : W% of Blk 4 eggs
Open in this 15th the Faculty -.Rand's Sub-DJT. received from our grocer.
your prayers Thursday May
five cents to all. by this time.-Tampa Tribune. great work. The said land being assessed at the date of
Admission Too, I assure you that I shall shall be and Boarding Department of the I the issuance of such certificate in the name of -
one of you." Cathedral School will be tendered by H.Unless H. Rand.said Certificate shall! be redeemed One thing
Give a small boy a piece of chalk Boston's zoo contains six elk from The services of the evening were Bishop and :Mrs. Gray, their annual i I I according to law, Tax Deed will, issue. thereon worse than a quitter is
!on the 11th day of June A. D. 1913.I the chap who is afraid
and he'll make his mark. Yellowstone Park. prompted by the spirit of God, and as reception at Bishopstead. Witness my official signature and seal this to begin.1II11111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111 .


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