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 14, 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
oclc - 34297092
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Atlanta, Ga., May 13.-In anticipation Special to the SentinelWashington to the Sentinel. Special to the Sentinel. OPERATE CARS TODAY

of entertaining the greatest sin D. C., May 13.Pres New York, May 13.-Dr. 1. A. Washington, May 13.-Charles P. Jacksonville, Fla., May 13.Hidaway Special to the Sentinel

gle religious gathering that las ever ident Wilson today permitted these in Sturm, a physician with offices in the Neill, for many years Commissionerof in a negro hut and still in the Cincinnati, Ohio, May 13.-That the

assembled in the world, Atlanta at authority about him to say he is not Ansoisia, who from the time Dr. F. Labor, resigned from the custody of its negro abductors, nearthe Cincinnati Traction Company won't
opposed to amendments to the F. Friedmann government corner of Twenty-first and Stew recognize street car mens'
work making final arrangements and any left the WaldorfAstoria service. He goes to New York union, but
preparations to take care of the mammoth tariff bill that are in the interestsof and took ,up his abode in the I Monday and becomes associated, with] art streets, little Lucile Arbed, the tomorrow will attempt to run cars,

Presbyterian conference which fair play and intended to equalize Ansonia was the chief member of the the American Smelting & daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Ar was announced tonight following a
equalities that have into [turtle cabinet Refining bed, of 701 Florida avenue, was located conference between President
convenes formally Jn a united rc-nfer-. may crept has sued the Berlin I Company as an official of the Labor Shoepf
ence on Thursday. the House measure. physician to recover 5 per cent. on Department for that His at 5:30 this morning by SergeantHomer of the company and Mayor Hunt.

For this event the eyes of the .nation This first public intimation that the price paid for the United States I( resignation was sent to company.the Secretaryof C. Brown and Officer GeorgeW. The only hope for the settlement of
are turned toward Atlanta-the the president was feeling the effects rights to the treatment and 5 percent Labor Wilson today and becomes Stone, after a constant search of the difficulties now depends on the

host of this history-making meeting.The of letters ond telegrams sent him on such stock.as Dr. Friedmannmay I effective May 15th. about twenty hours on the part of possibility of inducing the union leaders -
j urging him to stand his declaration hereafter the entire police department. When to yield in the demand
vanguard of the great union I I on acquire as a result of I for recog
will begin to arrive Monday afternoon j'' in his first annual message to his deal with Moritz Eisner, sREBEL I FORCE VICTORIOUS located by the officers the child had nition of their organiation as a pre.

and Tuesday morning in time for the II'I Congress. In the message President er of the American -rights. just been aroused by the crazy ne- liminary concession in advance of any

pre-assembly conference that will take Wilson said that in the revision of the Dr. Sturm alleges ,that he was com I Special to The SentinelGuadalajara gress, Lottie Long, and was playing arbitration proceedings, was declared.

place during the two days preceding;i tariff, along Democratic lines no industries missioned by Dr. Friedmann to see I Mexico, May 13.-The with a picture on the bed, unharmed, The men are determined not to accept

the principal gathering of the united :. must be destroyed. I Mr. Eisner and that ''Dr. Friedmannhad i'town of Hostotipaquillo, sixty miles despite the threats of the negressmade company's proposition to arbitrate as

churches. stable letters and telegrams received promised him 5 per.cent on the I northwest of this city, was occupied to the mother in repeated telephone to whether they would recognize a

These conferences, fix in all, will : by President Wilson since the Un: profits of any subsequent.transactioe ns today by a force of rebels under J ul- communications. new union.

consider every phase of the institutional ',derwood bill passed the House ha' that might be closed a sa result of itan Meadiana, a former Jefe Polit Lottie Long, alias Flora Brown, The situation is quiet today, but if

problems of the three gr apparently; convinced him that the the introduction. Dr. Sturm is said ico. who kidnapped the child, and C. lI.the company fulfills its threat to attempt

Presbyterian organizations, the northern Mouse,i bill spells_destruction for many to be a stockholder in the Esiner- Ien- I A small force of government troops Pinder, who, she says told her to take to operate cars tomorrow, trou-
the flourishing industries. Instead of delssohn of with the aid of the the babe, were both arrested. ble is expected.
the southern, and united Presbyterian i Company jNo. 90 West townspeople held
churches. The conference on standing pat as.hedid a week ago and street, of which Moritz Eisner is one off an attacking force for four hours, Within a few minutes after the finding

education commences Tuesday afternoon I refusing to listen ,to men who understood of the leading inembere. but were forced to surrender when of the babe, the little one was I A GREATER ORLANO

in the First Baptist church and the sugar and wool industry, All doubt if Dr. Friedmann ,and Mr. their ammunition gave out. Hostoti carried to the waiting arms of the -
may'President Wilson has been Eiuier will paquillo is the i grief striken mother, whose eyes had: Orlando people
twill continue throughout compelledto ever allow this suit to center of a most i important are not by any
with a united conference at the Harm make. changer that may be essential come to trial," said Dr. Sturm. mining district in the statein passed the entire night without closing. means worried over the county division -

.Street Presbyterian church that evening j Today he made itis, nderstood that Jalisco. Tired though she was from the proposition which recently cut

at 8 o'clock. This will mark the whatever the Finance Committee of FIFTEENTH CONVENTION: OF INTERNATIONAL I long, ceaseless hours of worry, motherlove away a section of Orange county for

,ending of the pre-assembly conferences the Senate did, mUt.be done in broad SUNSHINE LAKE MOHONK CONFERENCE brought to her face a beamof the new conty of Seminole. Bus-
,day ,light. OF brightness as the child breathed' iness men of Orlando
and make way for the one-day j jfsesa.'on i SOCIETY I 1 AR. that are going right
and joint gathering in the a U- Senator Smith, of Michigan, said if BITRATION one" word dear to all mankind, ahead with plans for a greater bus

,ditorium-armory, which closes Thursday any member of the Finance Com roarNew York i "Mama. Nestled in her arms, little iness and increased prosperity. Among
May 13-The
Ii6te11cts Lucile
night with an address by James tee kneF no more about the fa jestic is crowded with Lake Mohonk, N. Y., May 13;College cooed and mumbled her happiness i the plans lately made for public im
members of the
McDonald, one of the most powerful relative Jto an industry than the committee : I International Sunshine presidents, ambassadors, members which the gladdened heart of the provement is that of a group of well-

.J lay members of the church. Mr. McDonald intended to destroy thane the largest Society, the of congress, foreign dignitaries, woman burst forth in tears of joy as known men who have purchased a
philanthropic club she
I Senator team Colorado &d about the newspaper editors and business clasped the child to her bosom. fine property and
is managing editor of ti in the world which men are assembled purpose erecting
'Toronto Globe. .iJ:i industries of his own slate, demandfor teenth annual, convention begins its fif here today for the nineteenth an An incident that has aroused the thereon a handosme three-story brick

J public hearings surely! ought to convention will tomorrow.The nual Lake Mohonk Conference of International city more than any other act of its block to be used as an up-to-date ,department
: I be complied i with. extend to the Arbitration kind in years occurred in this city store. The
;BABE THROWS AWAY FORTUNENewscastle 17th. which opens site for tile
I I its three days session tomorrow morn when the little defenseless child.-- ---. -.11-- building is 90 by, 90. .fppt... anri I'M.. *.> For .iivt \
I this convention .vafi> ,-
2,047 branchesof cile Arbed
a and half 000.
Pa. 13.According Ii ing. The opening remarks will year a old, was; The promoters of the
May i I ORLANDO ,OVER THE BANKS the society are reported in good be stolen from its mother project
made by Daniel near her home that it will be
to word received here from Fernando -- The Smiley, followed by the largest and
I range in i on Florida avenue, about 9
: o'clock
Russo steel worker at addresses by Dr. Lyman Abbott yes department store in
a now editor the State
I The tide is running so high in 0 rj membership ten to 1,000 personseach. terday morning by the
i of the crazy negress,, outside of Jacksonville
at Harrisburg, Pa., his savings, a There who will be the and Tampa.
lando also
j during these latter days of are several Junior and was supposed from
frequent tele TimesUnion.DESTRUCTI'E.
small thrown from presiding officers for this
fortune, were a session and
spring and opening days of summer, branches, to which thousands of girls phone reports sent in by the
train Philadelphia by his baby, Dr. James Brown Scott, of negressto
near that there is danger: of the enthusiasm : and boys throughout the country be secretary have been subjected to
Joe, and his family is stranded. Russo long. the Carnegie Endowment for Inter every sort FIRE AT FORTs
overflowing the banks and de of torture. At
his wife and children I' national Peace. The lIon. H. once when the MEADE
were returning The main S. Per-
luging the sessions will became
surrounding country in i its general,
'J from New York, where they ris, of London, a member of the Eng- every person in the -
in the Hotel
onward rush. Majestic, but trips city who knew of the crime
and Ft.
T went to meet a relative when the lish committee sent to this country who Meade, May 13.-Fire of
will be
: Everywhere the spirit of improve- to the various institu held out sympathy for
of several months thrown i to participate in the prostratemother known origin
savings were tions New ( arranging the plans destroyed the store of
ment is near York
at high tide. Business supported by took the
I prop up search in W. S.
attempt Wilson
for an and
away. The family traveled from celebrating the hundred of two adjoining build-
the years
erties society. these
freight train. being enlarged and improved Among are Ben peace between English to find the child and its kid ings. The lack of
speaking fire-fighting
j New business blocks in building. Several sonhurst-by-the-Sea, in Brooklyn, the peo napper. appa-
ple, and John A. Stewart of New caused the loss to be total
hundred new homes to be built. Kyker Heights Blind Babies' Home, The child in the
possession of The
York losses
THE MISSES ALLEN'S AS TRAVELERS t and will also speak. are: W. S. Wilson stocks
the ,
j Parks and play grounds taking form.A Arthur Home for Blind Ba negress was seen at different times
public bies at Summit, N. J. I will be no session tomorrow $4,000 to $5,000; insur-
assembly hall and library during the forenoon, but
afternoon but wasthought $2,500.
I the conference Parker, Barber
building assured Considerable stress will be laid onI again shop,
and last but not of it, on account of $500
Misses Marie and Alice Allan start, least, a croquet ground and horse shoe the work relating to the care and ed- j I j meets of in the the evening when the relation white children being taken care so many of b and fruits; partly, all insured. Hattaway, fishy

ed out on a trip about three weeks park for those of our friends who ucation of blind babies. Through the ( Pan American countriesto negro nurses in the city. Every once all saved. Densler, apartment -
ago intended for study and pleasure. I I instrumentality of this international arbitration will beI in saved. Buildings: W. S.
come to us each winter who enjoy society five a while throughout the Wilson
They visited the flood district and then j i I those healthful sunshine states already made laws to provide I discussed. Addresses on this subject reports day telephone value $1,500; insurance $675.
to the
games. came
will little B. J.
be given gro Griffin,
started northward taking in many ,, Lake Lucerne has been beautifiedand for their baby blind and legislation isI I by Professor William cery store on Slorida avenue, known. $3,000; insurance un
R. S.
tellingof H.
large cities and points of interest. Mr. ::: will receive larger attention this being carried on in the legislature of Shepherd of Columbia and Pomulo the torture the little Brown, $1,000 $400.
girl was forcedto W. S.
Allan ii in receipt of a letter from the I!,summer than and eleven other states. I(is. Naon, the minister from Herr bear and Wilson and family, living
ever each
plans well call
are added
written in 'I Heinreich York Steiner, of Vienna more terror the store, lost all their furni-
girls Lexington, Ontario, under for II I I to the
way completing the park Canada. I already stricken mother. ture, valued
Canada. It will be seen that the girls j I on Lake Eola, which, when completed, BASEBALL. RESULTS IN THE BIG I Dr. I _______ sured. $500, partly in-
are a good from home but have Alexander Geisswein, of the
ways I I will l be one of the most attractive in I I LEAGUES I! Hungarian GREATER ORLANDO.CONFUSES
; Parliament
selected a good season of the and Henri i
yearfo this
seeing the great north. They will i I:I will part of thQ Stated Present plans |I Special to the Sentinel I" ,_. Bourassa of Montreal, I HIM AUTOMOBILE TURNED TURTLE
make it more than a park of trees National -' -

gather much enjoyment and informs J and palms, but it will be a bower of Boston, 3; St. Louis, 4. _, J r I Mr. Roscoe Nettles, who, about sixteen Special to the Sentinel.
tion from such a trip. beautiful flowers. 5 "BLEACHED FLOUR CASE" Richmond, Va.
Philadelphia ,
; Pittsburg, 4. years ago was a resident of Orlando May 13.-Andrew
Orlando has caught the spirit and Brooklyn, ,9; Cincinnati, 3. I but now a resident of Tampa, B. Wilingham, chief buyer of the

CONFERENCE OF CHARITIES everybody is enthusiastic.In New York, 8; Chicago, 2. Washington, May 12.-Assistant where he is manager of the Gas I Com American Tobacco Company, killed;

rlr AND CORRECTION the language of our good AmericanSt. I'Attorney General Adkins of the Department pany, was in the city yesterday for Thomas J. Walker, director of the

?Methodist friends, we say, "Keep up Louis, 7; Washington, 6. .: of Justice filed a writ of certiorari the first time in twelve years. company, probably fatally injured and

New York, May 13.-Many civic I the good work, Brethren." Chicago-Philadelphia, rain. I in the Supreme Court today When he got off the train and start two other officials of the company

problems sadly besetting New York I Cleveland, 5; New York, 8. asking a review of the decision of the ed up Church street, he looked around slightly hurt tonight when the automobile -

were subjects of discussion when the !I ORLANDO BOY TO THE FRONT Detroit, 1; Boston, 6. :, Circuit Court of Appeals for the 8th and acted like a man bewildered; the in which they were riding,

fourth New York City Conference on "' South Atlantic 'Circuit, in what is known as the changes wrought in Orlando in twelve turned turtle on the grounds of the

Charities and Corrections opened here A special to the Columbia State Jacksonville, 6; Columbus, 1. i;"bleached flour case." The question involved years are so great that those of us Country Club. Willingham lived only

today in the United Charaties Build- from Greenwood, S. C., in giving a n Savannah, 2; Charleston, 1. is whether the food and drugs who have been on the ground seeinga a short time after the accident.

ing. Frederick C. Howe, Director of extended account of the impressive Macon, 6; Albany, 4. act prohibits the addition of any city rise out of the ground day by

the People's Institute, was chairman j masonic ceremonies at the laying of j ':poisonous ingredients in any quantity day can hardly appreciate it. THE EARTHQUAKE PERIL

Among the subjects discussed were,'the corner stone of the Baily Military SURGICAL OPERATIONS FOR TUBERCULOSIS !whatever to an article of food, or Magnificent, modern brick structures Professor Chadwick, of St. Lawrence -

'Municipal Needs," "Prisons and : Institute, the following will be read whether poison may be added to any where a double frame row stood, University, who was chided >a

on Problems," Suburban PriS-I by many friends in Orlando: According to Dr. Mary E. Lapham, i'article of food in the discretion of and brick streets, where sand roads few days ago by geologists in other

Along Proposed Subway Routes. I "Last night, at Magnolia streetschool of Highlands, North Carolina, tuberculosis I manufactured if the quantity addedin were when Mr. Nettles was last here parts of the country for predicting

conference will last until Thursday. i twelve picked men from the is a subject for surgical treatment any one article of food is so small was enough to confuse anybody, and that the earthquake shock experienced

Among those who will speak during1' cadets drilled for a prize, a $5 gold ; according to the doctor. that it cannot be positively demonstrated he evidently thought he was still in in Northern New York on April 28th

the Conference are Orlando F. Lewis,'piece. The winner was Alvin Kilgore, "There are two well defined, distinct that the particular article of Tampa. was the warning gun so to speak, and

Borough President McAneny, Prof.I of Orlando, Fla., with J. Patrick, of classes of pulmonary tuberculosis, food may be injurious to health. Like Orlando, Mr. Nettles has developed would be followed at no great lengthof

George B. Ford, of Columbia University McNeil, winner of the second honor. those that recover, and those that i The government libeled 625 sacksof and been successful, so that time by others of much greater

Mrs. William Grant Brown, ex-j Following this, the cadets were givena I from the very start manifest an inability bleached flour owned by the Lexington today he is one of the well roundedout severity, does not retreat from his

President of the New York City Federation reception on the school lawn. The i to arrest the disease," said Dr. Mill & Elevator Company, of business men of Tampa. We position. He has for some time insisted

of Women's Clubs and M rs. cadets enjoyed themselves as guestsof I Lapham. "These progressive cases :'St Louis, Mo., carrying the case to were glad to meet and greet this on the possibility of earth-

Florence Kelley, General Secretary of I the town. This afternoon they attended I may improve but they cannot hold 1 the trial court. It held that the pure friend again. quakes along the length of what it

the National Consumer's League. the Memorial day exercises at what they gain. As soon as this is : food and drug act forbade the add known by geologists as Logan's Bell,

j(the Methodist church and left at 7:30 j recognized, the futility and danger of tion of any poison to any article for CASE GONE TO JURY and which includes the St. Lawrence

Mrs. Richard Marks, of Jacksonville o'clock for Edgefield. I depending alone on good nursing, :i, food even though the quantity be minute valley and runs through Eastern New

arived in the city yesterday afternoon Alvin Kilgore is a son of our Mr. fresh air, and rest must be admittedand i and the resulting injury to health York, Pennsylvania, Virginia and

and is the charming guestof and Mrs. S. H. Kilgore who have reason surgical aid must be employed. I|fro mthe particular article of food be Special to the Sentinel Tennessee and into Alabama. fIt's ,

her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. M. to feel proud of their sons. Alvin 1. "When a case of pulmonary tuberculosis j: incapable of measurement. Jack Chicago, 111., May 13.-The case of i
Johnson the
I negro heavyweight
Slemons. will return home in about a week belongs to the
progressive champion, who has been on triel here contagious, everybody is taking :
and his friends will congratulate him. type ,to persist in medical measures I WEATHER REPORT for several days withviolation it, The Daily Sentinel Only
Spring poem: 0, the fish worms alone, the life I the
may cost of the patient of the costs ten cents a week.
are calling and calling, and to workis New lines in Fine Stationary, Curtis : Surgery should be promptly tried b Florida-Local white slave law,
e- showers
Wednesday went to the jury late
tonight. No
appalling, appalling. & O'Neal, next post office. fore it is too late." ;and I 1' ver-
Thursday. diet is expected before morning. Subscribe for .the, Sentineli



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-- I
Fla., May 12.-Mr. E. Lee

louse Smith he is vacated'will moving' to be Apopka.occupied The by Lord '& BradshawWe Magnificent Showing of

the Baptist minister recently called
by the Oviedo Baptist church.Mr. \ wish to announce to our friends, and the public generally,
Joe Lawton has sold his dwel- thatjwe have formed partnership; under the New Spring Suits
ling and will in the near future erecta
above firm name, for a general
new one for himself.Mr.
Cushing is erecting a small cot-
tage Cushing on his House.grounds just south of the Real Estate and Insurancebusiness and Dresses

Messrs.Theodore Aulin and Charle and are centrally located in a ground floor office"'at No.
McCully are having their lots cleared
and fenced preparatory to buildingthis 17 S. Orange Avenue, (formerly occupied by Hamilton & Dunn .

summer. Millinery), where we will be pleased to meet all our old friendsand WE ARE SHOWING A BEAUTIFUL ASSORTMENT OF
There is talk of another brick build-
ing for our little town. to new ones.
The Methodist meeting closed Tuesday ALL THE LATEST PATTERNS FOR OLD AND
night. Several members were : Our list of city and acreage property is surpassed by none, YOUNG. WHITE CANVAS SHOES. THE DISPLAY
and we havesome exceptional Laigaics: ; COMEIXD SEE Us
Public school closed Thursday. SEASONS BEST AND LATEST CREATIONS, AND
Lord &(Bradshaw .
held at White's Wharf an ideal and I
beautiful spot on the shore of Lake WOMAN. CALL IN AND ACQUAINT YOURSELF
tended and enjoyed a feast worth men- MMillHMtMIMMimniMlilllllMMtiUMMIIIItlUAHJWWWwWiWiWOfrWeW THE REASONABLE PRICESKailner's
Mrs. Willingham Lawton entertained :
the Magazine Club on Wednesday
i ppp ppp
afternoon. As usual the ladies spent '
a most enjoyable hour together.We LIGHT THE Now York
are glad indeed to have Miss I
Martha King with us again. Miss
King spent the winter teaching in the I PATH TO PROSPERITY I
Kissimmee High school.Mr. .
Lee James is with,his parents Bargain Store
for the present. ; Merchants who use Electric Signs never lose I
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Wheeler and ;
their by choosing the road to suc
their brother, Mr. Charles Lee have ( way wrong If You Would be Posted be a Daily Visitor to this Store
gone for a trip north stopping in cess. You simply cannot fail to, attract new
Baltimore and New York while away. customers if you use an Electric Sign. It acts

Dr.Miami and for Mrs.the Marshall,State Medical have goneto As- like an irresistible magnet, drawing allj) the I

sociation meeting.Mr. trades within its reach: That is the reasonthey .HtHHMHMMtCMMMMtMMMMMMMHtHHiMM
Garraty,who has been stopping command the attention of buyers.
at the Argo House for some time,has TUf OAKLANDTHE :
DR1 l. M [ll OpkoMeLri1TS
returned to his home. As a devotee For Store OwnerNo I ,
of Chess, Mr. Garraty will be greatly | Every ,
missed by the lovers of that
gamein Successor to Dr. 0. P. LiklnsHas
Oviedo. matter how small his business, the Elec- CAR :

Hand We were in town glad this to see week.Mr. Charles tric Sign is the cheapest and most effective I THAT, EVERYBODY :

Today a much needed rain came toliS. advertising. I
Those interested in groves were Phone for our Sign Designer to call and sub. IS TALKING :
beginning to get anxious lest the or-
3i mit a sketch. f ABOUTASK
anges drop, but are greatly relieved
now. No Trouble to Us---No Expense to You. installed an up to date grinding plant and is prepared
) fJ C FOR DEMONSTRATION to duplicate any lens WHILE YOU WAIT.
Shop-girls are tired of being muck- o ( I I Along with all the stock and instruments he has se
raked. The Wagner commission reports I; SEE cured the prescription books dating back several years, and
college-trained that they investigators refuse to confide any Ion in I ORLANDO WATER[ & LIGHT mil'!! MAGRUDERSubscribe will fill any of Dr. Liklns' prescriptions without delay.

jer. It was sure to happen.NewYork (

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I was one of the best acres in all the GOOD WORK MULES

women engaded in department states where contests were held, although -
young I In the
II course of my work and ex
stores in Montreal have an it was on a hillside and where periments with pianos, I hare discovered For the Next Fifteen DaysWe

,organization for their mutual benefit, :there were many stumps and rocks, For Sale by a means of action adjustmentfor ,

and I they lately made a sociological where the soil conditions are distinctly -
upright pianos that brings the action -
study of the family relations of twen- unfavorable. To show that there H. G.
1 Harper to the highest point of responsiveness. will sell Lime at 90c
ty-four hundred and seventy-one wo- was nothing accidental in her victory The change is unmistakable
in eleven stores of the Miss Beaman raised two of corn I
men'employed I South Hughy St. Phone 534 the improved FEEL of the keys made j
city. Of these, thirty per cent lived near by as good as her prize acre, and doubly responsive and pleasing to the i per barrel delivered,
alone and supported themselves; the ':also half an acre of fine tomatoes. If ,
performer. During the next three ,
rest lived with their relatives. But I' other girls show pluck and skill like Hauling of all kinds, and plow- months, I wish to tune two hundred!I five barrel lots.
the sole : that the corn-growing contests, in
seven per cent. were supportof pianos in and around Orlando, and
their families; sixty per cent. aidedin which thousands of bright boys in ing carefully looked after. without extra charge, will give all

the family support, and but three many states have taken part in the upright pianos this most delightful '

per cent. worked only for their pin past few years, will assume a new Florida
GIVE US A TRIAL touch improvement Next winter 11 I Metal Co.
money or clothes, and did not aid in and highly interesting aspect.-The expect to charge five dollars extra for

the support of the home: It is pretty Youth's Companion. the readjustment independent of the
should not be cut I I McNEIL-DAVIS BUILDING
clear that wages Money to loan on improved prop- tuning.

on the ground that salesgirls live at i, In humane Germany the chainedI erty. S. Y. WAY. 4-26 6t WADE, the tuner. Phone 41.

'home.-The Independent. ]I I dogs of war should not be poked to
make: them angry. And we hope to 1
GIRLS IN A CORN GROWING CONTEST see the Krupps shun corruption of -

'Last season, a few Oklahoma girls j the Eagle.French press hereafter.Brooklyn [W [ Mm[ I [ l i:

expressed a desire to enter a state- Here is Gen. Munsey of Armegeddon The Best is the CheapestSO

wide corn-growing contest in which' aying: in his New York Press:
Are the most wonderful the world has ever known. If used as it should '
than five hundred boys "The state that truculently attemptsto
more were en-
be millions of dollars in horse flesh would be saved every )'ear. A !
gaged. The judges admired the girls drag the nation into a quarrel is GET THE BEST OF
lame swinneyed horse cured in two hours. Xo blister. A new remedy. -, .
pluck and granted the request. The the worst enemy of the cause of real Colic cured in thirty minutes. Big Head cured by one minute's treat- \

result was that one of the girls, Esta independence of the states." And to ment. Directions sent with each medicine so any body can treat the Paints and Wall
Beaman, seventeen years old, won the think that only six months ago :Ihe horses. '
Orlando. Nov. 1512 Orlando, Nov. U 12
first prize of two hundred dollars in vice president!-Pittsburg Gazette Mr. J. B. Magrud- My horse was. rolling -

gold. Her acre, on*which she did all Times. er gave his colic in severe I colic him
medicine to my horse spasms. gave 1912 WALL PAPER IN SAMPLES
the work, alone, yielded ninety-five one dose of Magrud
for sand colic. The
bushels of corn, which is about six Subscribe for the Sentinel. horse soon began to and in 15 minutes he
.pass white sour sand feed and 1 began to purge pass SHOW THEM. ALL YOU HAVE TO
ing a squirming
wonderful thought it and a quick most tangled worms. mass The cure of 1,000 was DO IS TO TELEPHONE AND I WILL

cure. Branch. complete. BRING THE SAMPLE TO YOUR HOME.
W. S. ---
J.E. Crawford.

Dealer in General Merchandise. had a mule that went lame in shoulders .
NewIN Beach Ga. and one leg stifled she was hardly GEO. A. BARKER PHONE 268
Everything Mr. J. B. Magruder: able to move. Had been struck by light. .
Dear Sir-Find inclosed my check for ning. I had given orders to have her "
which send me one bottle Swinney Cure killed when I was advised to try Magruder's
and one bottle Colic Cure. Let medicinecome medicine. I did; she soon got
by next train. You undoubtedly well and I sold her for $175. It is wonderful -
have the best remedy for sick horses on medicine. W.A.Cooper.
the market Since I commenced using This mule was the Standard Oil Co.'s '
LACES EMBROIDERIES SHIRTS KIMONAS your medicine have not lost a single mule. Capt Cooper was their agent JUST [RECEIVED
mule or horse. Had two down this afternoon .
used last two doses'of medicine and .
UNDERWEAR. HEADQUARTERSFOR had mules back in plow in 30 minutes. POLO PONY CURED IN ONE DAYI

HOUSEHOLD GOODS AND SCHOOL Yours truly J. F. Taylor. lame saw Polo Magruder Pony one commence evening. Next treating morning a
Fredonia, Fla., Sept 19 1907I she appeared sound and without TUB oily CREPE[r[ Llllrryno
SUPPLIES.McCULLOCH'S. used Magruder's Swinney Cure, in lameness and three days after was used
two noun the horse quit limping and in a hard game of polo. It is three years ;
was cured. It is the best medicine I ever ago since she was cured and lameness has
saw. Rev. J. F. GilL never returned. W. P. Gwynne Sec'y.

Oviedo, Fla., Sept 20. 1907.I PRICES CREPE VOILES |
have used J. B. Magruder's Swinney Retail Price Prepaid

Cure for years. Have cured a lot of 8 doses Colic Cure.............., $5.00
horses with it Nothing better. .......... ;
1 bottle Swinney Cure. 5.00
DEPARTMENT STORE Rev. R. W. Lawton. 1 bottle Bighead Cure............ 5.00 Bulgarian Trimmings and Ribbons .
INCURABLE MULE CURED Each of above includes 1 Hyp. Syringe.
September 20, 1907I 1 Hyp. Syringe, no medicine..... 3.00
OPPOSITE POST OFFICE owned a pair of nice mules, one of 1 Bot Swinney Cure, no syringe. 2.00
them had been lame for two years and 1 Bot Bighead Cure............ 2.00
was pronounced incurable. I had Ma 1 Bot Colic Cure, no syringe..... 2.00 Latest
gruder treat the mule with Swinney Cure.It You have to have a Hyp. Syringe to use Styles in Millinery:
made the mule sound and well in a above medicine.
CALL and BE CONVINCED"LOWEST short time, and was considered a wonderful Receipt that will cure Staggers. .. $1.00 .
cure. T.H.Barlow. 1 Bot Liniment................. 1.00 > IMM "



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Daily THE MAC WILLIAMS BILL It embraces such writers and illus- :: ,

trators as Bliss Carmen, Roberts and
South Florida Sentinel
The bill introduced by Hon. W. A. Palmer Cox; such actors, actresses

MORNING AND WEEKLY MacWilliams in the House can hard and singers as Clara Morris, Margaret -

ly be said to be a wise measure. While Anglin, Julia Arthur, James Hack-
Entered at the post office at Orlando,
Ttorida u Second Clau Mail Matter. the principle involved is not without ett, May Robson, Marie Dressler, May
merit, yet a State as sorely in need Irwin, Christie Macdonald and Eu- WOMEN rI
SUBSCRIPTION RATES : of revenue as Florida, can hardly af geneCowles. In education Canada has

ford to make such a sweeping ex contributed two university presidents .
emption. James A. McLean of the
One year. ... ................$5.00 Universityof
Then too, it would lead to no end Idaho and Jacob Schurman
Six Months ................... 2.50 of Cor
of trouble. There would be several I nell. In medicine Canada
Three Months ................. 125 claims Dr. The daintiest women find the exquisite designs
thousand homes in the State ownedby William Osler, later of Johns Hopkins

; newt carrier in Orlando, 60 cent per people who only come here for a University and now of Oxford they want in our big assortment. Women who
south Daily and.Sunday. few months in the year, and who pay University, England, and medical men

The Orlando Hosing Sentinel can be found no other taxes, yet would claim this of such standing as Dr. Johan Webster are fond of jewelry, those who want
so talc in Orlando at Curia & O'Neal'a Book as a home and ask exemption. and Dr. Sanger Brown of Chi somethingthat

Store. We heartily agree with Mr. MacWilliams cago, Dr. Wolford Nelson, one of the is unusual and beautiful are able to
We will appreciate prompt complaint if that the corporations and founders of the New York Canadian gratify

Jelivery is not properly made by our carrier speculators are not paying their share Society and many others in American their desires here, for our stock is
Adentuing rate will be furnished on a pI IJlliration. of taxes, but that can be easily remedied cities from Boston to San Francisco. peculiarly

without the radical measure of It also furnished seven prelates from rich in articles of more than ordinary beauty.
THE WEEKLY SENTINEL exempting homes and personal prop the ranks of Canadian clergymenmany
Tor year, by mail pottage paid ........1.00 For
erty. those
Mdreu THE SENTINEL Orlando Florida. engineers, many Mayors of seeking birthday or other gifts there
There should be law American cities and
Office 107 Court Street. Arcade Building a providing at least one mem
Phone 24 for a State board of equalization, also 1 ber of President Wilson's Cabinet, are many suggestions.
a county board, all to be elected Franklin K. Lane, Secretary of the
J. F. SCHUMANN, Editor. by the people. If the corporations Interior. These are only a few of the

JOSIAH FERRIS Proprietor. doing business in the State and the more eminent names the Montreal

land owners who hold large tracts for paper refers to as part of Canada's ---- -- -
WEDNESDAY, MAY 14TH, 1913 speculation purposes, many of them intellectual contribution to the United

non-residents, are made to pay States, while it adds that but for thehalfmillion

Big feet are a sign of generosity. their share of the taxes, the rate on or so of the French Canadians

Cenerosity, of nature. homes can be reduced so that no one it would have been impossible

o will complain. to create the great textile industries -
A fool does his argueing by betting Another leak that should be stopped of the New England States.NEWS Ti1.vansthe Jeweler

but he doesn't realize it until he los es.Is the ship shod way of assessing personal

o property. There are several FROM ALL PARTS OF
Dr. Holmes used to say that charity millions of dollars worth of property FLORIDA .

is like a top, when it begins in this State that pays no taxes at On the first Sunday in June the OPPOSITE POST OFFICE
to hum. all.If members of the First Methodistchurch

--0 Mr. MacWilliams will make enquiry in Miami vial worship in EXPERT REPAIRING AND ENGRAVING.
The average automobile chauffeur he will find that there are their new temple. ..
divides people into two classes; the members of this present legislaturewho I

quick and the dead.o. boast the great herds of cattle On last Monda the St. Petersburg

they sell and own, who pay no taxeson fishermen caught 1,500 mackerel. One

There are three speeds of an automobile them whatever. man caught 165, which weighed altogether '
and in comparing these you There are thousands of heads of about 250 pounds. .f

would say, slow, slower, stop. cattle, hogs and mules in this Stateon

--p----- I which no taxes are paid whatever. The Quincey Times says one of I the
Over 2,000,000 women now are entitled -i Let there be a law passed fixing a most successful and profitable yearsof

to vote under existing laws, so i heavy penalty on sequestered property j the Gadsden County High Schoolwill '

that it may be said to have passedthe and these catttle men will know come to a close Friday, May 30th.
experimental state. that they own cattle at tax paying SILK : TOCIINGS

o time as well as at boasting time. Preparations are being made for
People who find fault with some of An investigation of the valuationof the holding of the interstate Faiwill

cur near statesmen at Tallahassee! mill and turpentine properties Pensacola, and the directors of rthe

should bear in mind that you cannot show that the State is annually being association have named October 20

get a bushel of service from a peck defrauded out of taxes that would 25 as the date of the fair this 'ear. 1I 1//

of ability. run into large figures. A political

--o--- earthquake one of these days will An up-to-date new clock and bell For Day

The warlike attitude of some of expose the rottenness of Florida politics has been installed in the new courthouse J

Florida's legislators toward the newspapers and the manner in which the in Quincey. The large bell
of the State is very much like State has been deprived of her just which is nine feet in diameter can be and

a soda fountain; a good deal of phiz dues. heard within a distance of six miles.

about them. If honest laws are made and dishonest -

o men put out of politics and made Miami will soon have six banks as I EveningWear

The tide of emigration toward the to pay their share of taxes, the good there is a movement on foot and almost -

South is becoming so great that some roads problem: and the drainage problem consummated for the formationof
tf the northern states are becoming will rapidly disappear. another bank. The capitalizationof

tlarmed, and Ohio has adopted the Honest lawmakers and honest laws the new institution has been placedat
slogan: "Stay in Ohio." is all that is needed in Florida. $50,000.

o -

It is estimated that one hundredind PRESBYTERIAN UNIVERSITY A giant lizard measuring five feet
four inches from tip to tip of its ugly
fifty car of tomatoes have been -
shipped out of Florida already this There is a movement on foot to establish nose to the end of its long tail was re- Our Personal Guarantee

season, and at good prices. There is a Presbyterian University at cently dredged up at the naval station
tariff Atlanta, which in Key West and for several
BO on tomatoes either. shall be of
o great universities in the South. hours proved quite an attraction. Accompanies Every Pair

Reports eminating from the agri- To this end Rev. Thornwell Jacobs, -
of Atlanta has What 'is believed to be the first
Cultural department say that tea culture started out to get two solid carload
is a coming industry in Florida. hundred men to pledge $1000 each of watermelons to go out
of this
Well, if it keeps on it will be discovered for the purpose of reviving Oglethorpe from the section J. M.this Kimbrough year was shipped Marion B. Ives
University place at
that Florida can supply all the one of the oldest religious Keystone Park Mr.
in Kimbrough
wants of man. entire South. It
o is the plan to have these two hundred has eighty acres, with a fine yi eld.-
Tampa Note in Times
men act as the -Unian.
The jingo war eagle scream trustees of the Univer
and military enthusiasts may bend the sity,school.who shall direct the affairs of Tampa Films-, Incorporated, is the EXCLUSIVE MILLINERY PARLORS

over war maps and make comparative name of
The Rev. Mr. a company recentl yorgan-
figures, but while God reigns in Heaven the Presbyterian preached in ized in Tampa, principally with local
and Wilson in Washington there pulpit of this city Second
last Sunday and capital ,for the manufacture of moving Floor
will be no war of United States' mak- before the congregation.placed his proposition picture films. It is proposed to i

ing. consequence, there has been As a use Sulphur Springs as the main
------o- $2,000 by well disposed raised theatre for making of the views. Po

Some of our booze fighters will see the church and Orlando members of There is a wealth of scenery there.
will have two The recently organized Florida Fan- I
the propriety of leaving off the drink trustees on the -
labit now that a man has been con- University, where board of Oglethorpe The first watermelons to leave the cier's Association is making plans for

Tided of crime because the fingerprints have a higher young men may State this year were shipped Tuesday, I a big poultry show which will be held
on a woman's throat corre- Oglethorpe university education. May 6, from Tarpon Springs. They ; in Tampa next December. The American -
iponded with those University was origin were raised I Poultry Association ,with which AUTOM08ILE8ULLETIN
on a whiskey ally located at by Mr. Kimbrough and
glass. but the Milledgeville, Georgia, shipped by D. H. Gilbert of Monti- the local organization recently joined,
. young men all left the campus cello. The has given its official sanction for the
----v--A to enter the ConfprWofviavc.... A___ shipment comprised two
---- show the annual Southern
array and cars both went to NPW ,. Tampa as
Railroad never returned. -, ..... ( .h."*"
companies operating north With the war and Tarpon v taiio.- district exhibit, comprising the following -
ef the Ohio the after effects Springs Note in Times-Union.
and east of the Mis- Oglethorpe was put States: Florida, Alabama, Ten-
tissippi, are asking permission to out of business. A small institution A nessee, South Carolina, North Carolina -
raise their under the very delightful banpuet was tendered
rates. This is protection of
this name Mississippi, and Geargia. It is
what the has been by Mrs. C. W. Kinne to the
gets allowing their struggling pupils
along since then and planned to use the Woman's building .
railroad at Atlanta. teachers of the domestic
officials art
to hob But
nob aroundin now a good at the old fair exhibition
two grounds
Florida during the winter. i a half million will be raised for a department Christian of the Young Women's hall. This building is large enoughto These are Bargains in Re-Built Cars. Each one is
o great university. Atlanta will raise on Friday in Jacksonville, accommodate several thousand guaranteed to be in first-class condition, is fully equipped
$500,000 alone During the
The little Jap made the big Rus- The Rev. Mr., and success is assured. ing Mrs. Arthur Cummer delivereda even birds. and ready to run.
sian Bear take to the woods, and the Thornwell's father talk the
founded the Thornwell on subject of "Home Ala b
sorrel faced, pig-tailed Chinaman go Clinton, South Orphanage at ing." I The most frivolous woman is wiser
back to his laundry, but when the Carolina, one of the
greatest than any philosopher, for life means "
institutions 11912 Studebaker
wind blows through Uncle Sam'swhiskers 'of its kind i 30" fourpassenger
the land. The inI I The St. Augustine Meteor more to her than theories about life.
Orlando "A
the and "Johnny will gets his gun," church and Sunday school Presbyterian i.i trolley line between St. AugustineandPalatka says: extra tire and rim. Hartford shock
pug-noses turn to the rice, pay for the
fields keeping of five orphans is soon to be ccmmenced and Not that any one else would wishto .
and in
plantations with a better that ex absorbers etc.
knowledge of real scrapping. cellent institution at this time. will be known as the Palatka Rapid follow his exact footsteps, but in $600.00
Transit Company. It is capitalized at view of the buzz about the high costof

o CANADIANS $2,000,000 and will operate its line in living is might be well to have
Unlike most of the State legislators STATES IN THE UNITED connection with the line already planned some financial details from the Chi 1 1912 Flanders Touring Car, complete,

Orange county's representative, from Jacksonville to St. Augus cago man who, though he never made
Mr. S. A. Robinson, has not had himself -- tine. more than twelve dollars a week, man $500.00.

interviewed, has not posed for While the United States is annually: aged to live a double life.-New York
the Camera man, has not strutted sending tens of thousands of
Amen At a meeting of the Catholic Cemetery Press.
cans into
about in dress suits, has not advertised the undeveloped
territories Association held in 1 1913 Krit Car
himself as a candidate for to the north, a Montreal St. Augustine Touring new, $600.00.
a any time to paper takes a-few days ago plans were formulated New York City is to lose its ancient
office. In fact he has remind
paid so little Americans
headlines big for future work on beauti'fying cross-town horse cars, which in recent -
attention to the stand that "Canada
grand and the has
huge poured the San Lorenzo cemetery just years have interested and amuse '
newspaper reporters that some people brains contributions into of strong virile beyond New Augustine on the Moultrie visitors from provincial cities a n d'e'
have lost sight of him. But the melting
up pot of Intellectualism road. Water mains have already even up-to-date villages. The Publ :
to date, he has more points to his border." in the country across the been laid through this cemetery with Service Comission has given the Belt Gara.geThe
credit and more accomplished work
The list convenient hydrants in all sections. Line Company permission to substitute -
than of the liberal selfadvertisers. I of former
any Dominion is at residents of the This alone has cost the association a the modern storage battery for
a I
notable one. as considerable sum. the antique mule.




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Our window display 0 Irish and Scotch Linens gives but an inadequate

idea of the splendid range of qualities and colorings *e have in We have these in a variety of pretty designs, comprising both the We LADIES SUMMER UNDERWEAR \

stock. plain and pleated effects. Prices from 30c are pleased I to announce a shipment of the "
range to $2.23 and sizes Famous "COMFY
It voices, however, our ability to show the latest that fashion calls from six months to 14 years. CUT" Union Suits and Vests, Prices 25c to $1.00 a suit.GENTS .

for. Price range is 15c, 20c, 30c, Sac and 40 to 50cc per yard.

FROM PLOUEN AND ST. GALL We have the new Maltese Embroidery and Lace effects and the In this line, we have received fresh

We have just received some of the most tasty, delicate and original in designs Orlando.are our own property, and can not be duplicated at any price Porous Knit and Gauze goods, in all sizes.shipments Union of B.Suits V. D. Underwear .

from these well known Swiss Manufacturing Centres, garments. or single

ing Allovers at 50c, 60c, 75e and $1.00. Also 27-inch Flouncings compris at 50c, Misses' sizes 14 to 19 years, and prices range from $2.50 to $7.50. Our Straw Hat stock is complete, in stiff or ft .bl
; e rims .
75c, $1.00 and $1.23 per yard. And 1a-inch Flouncings at $1.00, $1.23 Small Women's sizes 32 to 36, prices $3.00 to $10.00. auras and Pan.designs

and $1.50 yard. Laces and Insertions All sizes in the Famous
per from 5c to $1.00 a yard. GIRLS COLORED DRESSES sizes and the "KANT u KRACK"Double Triangle Linen Collors, granter

We have these by the hunderd water proof collars for those that
READY-TO.WEAR GOODS and can suit every taste and every collars that won't "wilt. want
pocket Sizes 2 years to 14 years, prices 33c to $L50.

Daily shipments keeps our special range of designs and colorings SHOES
right up to the minute. We can meet the requirements of OUR BOYS' WASH SUITS

and it is well known that we give values far above the every pocket These need no introduction, as we have sold so many of them this know Well, we have not space to tell you about our shoes this time. You
average, and in we keep them, and that
fact this is what has given our store the name of 'THE STORE OF seasan that you can ask almost any boy you see with a wash suit on, and price and that they they "ARE RIGHT," both in style and
.8ATIS he will tell he wear, and are positively
FAt11 ON. you got it at BOARDMAN'S. Sizes 2 to 8 years, and tion. We have all sizes guaranteed to give satiafac-
the prices are $1.00, $1.25, $1.50, $1.75 and $2.00. foot and from Infant's to No. 15 Men's. We can fit your
your pocket book at the same time.

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I. Miss Marion Bailey, who has been HOW WE MAKE .IIIIIIIII..iii'iiitE++ ,:,:::::
THE TUNER during the past term, leaves this afternoon Yesterday, Orlando was treated to -

ORLANDO. FLA. to join her parents at San | Some people don't know what to do
a spectacle that did
credit ...
to Orange
J Mateo, before they leave for their county. When no the afternoon- : M r. and Mrs. C. B. Hansen, who with their time and others read what ;; -c
i have been
northern spending several
home. months
train came in from the ''in Mary Garden tells the ship news re
sheriff north a deputy j the city, and who have made many porters.-New York Mail. I ,

Mr. E. T. Cyatt has gone to Dade i Messrs. Allen and Robert Cohoon of that locality, a large robust warm friends, leave for their home in i AUTOMOBILES
man climbed off the train leading FOR RENT
Franklin Pa.
who I tomorrow.
City. [ generally get fish when The has
they go by man been found who E. L
a cow a small pro Murray
rope 1 Mr.
boyperhaps Hanson
after them negro i came to Orlando
l I loaded up their traps and nineteen old. The I' to recuperate nounces futurist art a back number. Office Phone 409-Residence Phone
Miss Helen Timberlake, of the took D. J. Dykes with them and drove was handcuffed and years boy ] his health and he has been He should be put on the progressive 542
to those
Cathedral School, leaves today for her over into Lake county the first of the a rope and this big robust was attached -so''determined greatly benefitted that they have I ticket in 1916.-Birmingham Age-Her Vice inquirers in Chicago find themselves .
to make
home in St. week, and took Orlando a winter
Augustine. I fifty lake trout in out led I ald. I a little
the put out the
of the wet. negro boy up the main streetand home. Both Mr. and Mrs. Hansen are I I I countenance
I by the
into several discovery that the
business houses Salvation
Editor T. M. and greatly< pleased with this city have
Byars H. II. ---- With tuberculosis Army organization
parading crime and advertising the invested in i serum, cancer serum there has long
Witherington, of Apopka were in the I Mr. L G. Payson, of Akron, Ohio, uncivilized methods that considerable real estate. and others being developed these made a business of quietly
yet prevailvith I The seeking
city yesterday on business.Mr. i purchased a lot in the south hopes to see these good I out
[ days
of why
part not produce wayward
\ girls.
some people in handling cri : a serum for vice inquires
m people Become
the regular winter
j city and let
a contract for resist had
a good inals. The cure of joy-riding Milwaukee supposed that they
young man was as docileas dents.: were the
II. Balborn, after spendin i house to be completed Sentinel. original
| by next fall]1 a lamb and was handcuffed and ; discoverers of vcie.
some time in this city has gone Jand I then departed for his home
yes- why he should be led -
along like
his home at Roshester, N. Y. j terday. dumb brute is not explained. aj!| DUCKWORTH; IMPROVEMENTS Our idea of a bold man is one who

i It is such conduct I does't hesitate to turn the of Paul
this A.
Mrs. V. B. Blackman onl I Mr. Henry as i j Mr. E. G. Duckworth Horn
who lives Gould and Prof. A. I I. makes confirmed criminals who who usually) his newspaper while the man sitting

Orange avenue, has been seriously ill !' Hannan, of Northern New York, who from bad to worse. go 'I crowds his business, is letting his business next him is reading it-Cleveland

for several days, but is improving. | have been spending several months, There is need of reforming I|: crowd him out; that is to say, Leader. CONTRACTOR and BUILDER
looking Florida some his: business and stock has
over, yesterday grown to
par r- officers if we would reform criminals.I I'I -
)Ir. and Mrs. W. H. Hozelett have i;chased Orlando suburban property and such proportions that he finds more It must make Mr. Bryan heartsickto REPAIRING A SPECIALTY.P. .

closed their house in Orlando and returned I j will have good winter homes built. ;I display room necessary and he is hav- find out how many of his fellow 0. Box

to Ariel, Pa., their northern ; APOPKA VISITORS TO ORLANDO i ing the old front taken out and the Democrats want to be 624 Orlando, Fla.

home. I Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Nye, Mr. and j I angle of the display windows changedso of the poor oppressed governorgeneral Filipinos .

I Mrs. C. B.. Nye and Mr. G. W. Jernigan Mr. D. W. Clark and wife and :\Ir.// that he will be given about double -Syracuse Herald. r.! .

Architect L. P. Hutton returned' returned Monday night from G. Hand and wife, prominent families the display room. I FRANK
I' a
yesterday fro ma trip up in St.I o' five days auto trip to points on the of Apopka, were in Orlando yesterday. The new front will be plate glass !I HYERS.

Johns county, where he is doing some! East Coast, visiting Rockledge, j I with bronz stiles and muntins the WORLDLY WISDOM : Manufacturer of Artificial .

work. I I Ormund Beach and other Daytona Mr. Clark is manager and Mr. Hand same as those in the new block. I Stone, Fancy Columns and
I and report a delightful trip. secretary of the American Realty Co.,I When a woman utilizes the present' I I Ornamental Work

Mr. and Mrs. of j that good little city and in making a past for future use she !: !
Fayette Fleek, who I are en- BOUGHT MORE Livingston and
I GROVE PROPERTY shows foresight.The Railroad
have been guests in the city for sometime Dr. J. W. 'deavoring to bring Apopka into her I I
Stagg and Mr. and
's. ::I Il"IMJV1MMn lnTIWI ,
returned t otheir home in Lakewood S. E. Ives will leave own.There I "R il1lC8I : !
today for At-
N. Y. | is some splendid man who is only as honest as -
anta to attend the Assembly of Presbyterian ; around Apopka and the town country itself Mr. James H. Welch and S. J. Polenof he has to be is as dishonest as he1 I I

churches, which meets in that it located Wilkesbarre, Pa., came to Orlando can be.
Mrs. Mattie Davis and Miss Gail city this week, and which will be one I so home as to make it an attractive about a week ago to look after their 1I YOU SAVE Will MONEY

Davis, who have been spending the of the place. I feel I
greatest religious assembliesf ; grove property, expecting to stay a A man may sorry after
winter in the city, have returned northto l American history. 'I day or two; but the pleasant days and i ng a kiss from a pretty girl steal-I I By getting prices on your

Forrest Glenn, Md. Mr. W. Clay Inman, who has had delightful nights have more than doubled that he didn't begin sooner. -sorry Brick and Stone Work

An attractive visitor coming t'' charge of the music in the Presbyterian their intended stay and the citrus before building.Phone .
Mr. C. D. Cowart, of Crescent church during the
City, Ocala in a few days is Miss past winter, groves and the country generally The best class of
Agnes job work
is and
is in Orlando looking over the situation preparing for a Vesper Song service looked ser or Write
Person, of Orlando, who will be the; so good to themthat they vice at The Sentinel office.
as to opening up a meat market to be given in the church next added to their .
guest of her cousin, Mrs. D. E. Mcver. -Sabbath afternoon. holdings here by making Acme Brick and
and is much pleased with the
very [ Miss Person attended the new purchases. Some one has tritely
outlook. U. D.I The program will include said: "In your
r C. Convention at Live Oak and is now 1 selections by the choir, some solos and pillow tonight you will find the stones! Stone Works &

visiting in Gainesville.-Ocala B NEW CONFECTIONARY you threw at your brothers
ma I number of today.
Mr. and Mrs. Theo. Knock, formerly ner. selections by the Rollins Maitland Florida

of Miami, are stopping at the Or- Male Quartet This will.be positive. Mr. F. J. Galentine and SylvesterMayer Extensive preparations-
ly the last are being
land for a few weeks. Mr. Knock Mr. Lawrence Lawton, who has for quartet in Orlando appearance as Mr.the Wetherill present have gone to Atlanta, where made in Lake City for the annual NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAI DEED
travels for the ,
Tatum Bros., fruit several years been in the employment who will soon be they will purchase a first class soda commencement exercises of Columbia UNDER SETION 8 OF CHAPTER 4888,
dealers, of Baltimore. wearing a cap and LAWS OF FLORIDA
of E. G. fountain and a complete outfit for College.
Duckworth is 1 an
splendidly recovering j gown and writing A. B. after his
from an operation for appendicitis 'I I name, will not return to Rollins up-to-date confectionery, which they Notice is hereby given that W. E. Simmons,
Mr. E. N. Coy and wife, who own performed next will open in the room on Orange avenue -, Over 100,000 crates of tomatoes of Maitland, Florida, purchaser of Tax Cer
Monday morning year. Mr. Inman's return is also tificate No. 146, dated the 7th day of June.
a nice winter home in this city, will at the McEwan Hospital. Mr. {I quite uncertain. next to T. H. Evans' Jewelry have already been shipped from Fort A. D., 1909, has filed said Certificate in my

leave for their summer home near Lawton is one of Orlando's best Store. They have a fine room in a I Lauderdale this season. Thousands office"Deed,to and issue has in made accordance application with law.for Said Tax
Rochester, N, Y., tomorrow. They II known young men, and we hope for I When wonder good location and no doubt will don a of crates of peppers, eggplant'andi property Certificae situated embrace in the Orange following County described Florida
";will return to Orlando in November him a speedy recovery. love you you are still i good business. They expect to opeup beans have been shipped from there to wit: Lot 3, BIL. G. Pack wood's Sub. Dir.
. your wife, you aren't. within the next two weeks. also, and ten cars of potatoes.Ab The issuance said land of such being certificate assessed at in the the date name of the of
B. H. Thomas.
lltlllllllllllllllllllll.1111111111111111111111 Unless said certificate shall be redeemed
according to law Tax Deed will lissue thereon
iilllilMil Illlllll >MII MIM Atkins says his life is so monotonous on the 14th day of Jane A. D., 1913.
he is grateful for the Witness ray official signature and seal. this.
great the 13th day of May. A. D. 1913.
I variety of weather Illinois has to of B. M. ROBINSON, Clerk.
THE fer. Circuit Court Orange County Florida.


Grand Theatre I ToDay's. Program KnickerbockersFor *

I '

THE $20,000 COROT -_________________________ KALEM
DramaA BoysFROM

very interesting and exciting melodrama.


Pictures Changed DaU Y. I Comedy I

Very amusing and freshly! conceived.THE .

BURDEN BEARES -----___________________ LUBIN
FIRST SHOW, / 715 P.M Drama

SECOND SHOW, 8il5. P.M. i A strong story splendidly staged. w

i PATHE WEEKLY: NO. 19 (Wednesday) _________ PATHE

'I The Grand shows nothing but censured and licensed pic i SCRUGGS & DICKSON .

PRICES ALWAYS 5c. and lOc.I:I tures. Always wholesome and new THE MEN'S OUTFITTERSHome

I .

MATINEES of Hart, Schaffner and Man Gothlng
and : p.m. j'

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The Sack Suit. of wool. Napoleon to ruin'the Englishsilk --

I thread trade destroyed the world's m ...
It la hard for a today's man, as be t .
leans back In bis sack suit and tries to silk stock which lay In Hamburg. In f

think, to Imagine a time when the this crisis the Paisley spinners turnedto wItAZI2JVY .
easy and comfortable bobtail coat was cotton. After tremendous labor theyat Have Vacate this MonthAm
last made cotton thread. Cotton
yet unknown and all coats sporteds.
thread is the world's chief thread today

The sack suit originated In Francein I .-Pbfladplpbfa Bulletin.
the thirties about the same time -
that our trousers took their present It Made a Difference.' Offering Men and Boys' Pants,

shape. It Is possible that the two in "] done told dem s'picious neighbors

novations were corelated, as the o' mine dat I been losin' too many Hats, Caps, Etc., at Half Price
chickens an' I'd have to get a shot
changes In coat and trousers hare al ,
ways gone band In band. France was gun." : ...
the mother of the sack when it was "Did that make any difference ( Any three ties in the house for ?i.oo
"Yes. sub Dey lef de chickens (
developed from the blouse a
alone, but aroun' an' stole
garment of coarse linen worn by la- '

borers and peasants. The new coat .de. shotgun.-Washington-_.-Star. A Vacation Hint ,FI Lord & Taylor's Silk Half Hose
was at first worn only by laborers,
but before long it became very fashionable How He Spoke. Before you buy a railroad ticket 3 for
in France. It did not cross "So your husband made a speech at for this or that summer resort, pairs $J,00iMtllMIMiiHIilllMMMHIiMIHIIMIIMIIMIH

the English channel until 1846 and the banquet last" night? And how did L come in and look at our MidSummer

was not worn in this country much he get along? Woolen line and let us make
"Well be couldn't have stammeredmore
until after the civil war. In, fact It cool I
If 2 a Summer Outing Suit for
it had been o'clock in the
uniform soldiers
of the
was the war
that gave Its Introduction to the Amer- morning and I was insisting on know. you.We
ican public. The soldiers found out tag where he had been.-Detroit Free make a specialty of Nor- H1 CLARK ROBERTSON[ 1 1m

the merits of the short coats, so civilian Press. folks and will be pleased to J I

short coats became popular. They show you a few of our latest
were soon adopted by all classes In The Groat Lottery. I models.Men's .
Marks-Taking a wife is something
the United States.-Npw York Sun. lAy
like eating mushrooms. ParksHowso
? Marks- got to await results Fashion Shop

Dryden't Rule. before you can be absolutely sure ? *.
The story is told that Dryden, you've taken the right kind.-Exchange. ., Hand Building T
finish-I li
his translation of
ing "Virgil.
Cor. Church and Orange
to Jacob Tonson for publication for a
An Impossibility

Tonson sum specified was desirous upon of the obtaining manuscript the Physician-You are too,Intense. Yon J III/ u'/ II III I! I '111/0/'' IIII I ANN THE MARKETOf
must take life easier. Fair Patient-
book but determined to take advan- But doctor. I have the artistic temperament
tage of Dryden's need of He
money. -- -- -- -- -----
and one can't have that in mod. ------=-- ------
therefore informed the poet that he eration.-Chicago Tribune. BUSINESS BOOSTERS ; Of Cleanliness Quality
could not pay the sum Dryden asked.In CLASSIFIED IMMIIIilMM

reply Dryden sent the following Literary Note. Business Boosters (elassiied adver
lines in description of the publisher: Young Writer What magazine will tisements) received after 10 o'clock, ; FRESH AND SALT MEATS
With leering look, bull faced and freckled midnight, will be run in the "Too Lateto i
give me the highest position quickest Classify" column. '

With fair two left legs with Judas colored Literary Friend-A powder magazine Boosters of five lines, or less-approximately THE ONE CIGAR THAT i FISH AND GAME .
hair if you send in a fiery article-Cleve 80 words-one time, 25 I
And frowzy. pores that taint the ambleatair. land Leader. cents; three times 50 ; one week ; Kept under the best sanitary conditions
(six daily and one wkly editions) i
When this was delivered to Tonsonhe $1.00 month $3.00. EVERYBODY LIKES
; one ,
asked If Dryden had said anythingmore. A King Full. I I Everything screened away from the flies, and kept fresh

"Yes" replied the bearer; "he When a man charged with disorderly FOR HIRE-Nice seven passenger > and pure.
said to tell the dog that be who wrote conduct was arraigned by Patrol. touring car. Large and roomy.
man Queen before a chief magistrate 4.20 tf J. B. MAGRUDER.BUY i
these lines could write more like them.
We invite and satisfaction. have
Tonson sent the money at once. in the Adams street court Brooklyn HAWLEVSSTRAIGHTS ; inspection guarantee
the court asked, "What's your name?" a lot in Thornton Park, a nice everything in the Meat Line.
"Thomaa King," was the answer. suburb in east part of the city. Carl i
Love' Young Dream.
"Ah," said the magistrate, "a queen Jensen.
The married II
newly young woma.nrusbed
into her father's presence and captures a king." "Yes, but it wasn't OAK HILL is the beautiful subdivision I The PARLOR MARKET
a straight deal retorted King. "SureIt
threw herself on her knees before him. to the Northeast of the city and
"Oh.papa!T she sobbed "I have come was," interrupted Queen. "This man I still have some choice lots there.I I I Get the best cigar at five
la a fourflusher." "What's business Carl Jensen. I ; cents the next time
your ,
for your forgiveness and blessing! It you
was wrong and undutiful of me. but I ?" "I dig for a living" answered want to smoke-judge for I H. M. Self & Co.
King. "So you are a king of WANTED position as manager,
loved Richard so that I just had to yourself.
caretaker and collector for
epades. laughed the magistrate. "Yes. non-
elope with him. But 1 couldn't be hap.
but beaten by a club," answered King. resident property owners. By man of
py till 1 had been reconciled with you. "Can you come across with $21"' "A experience who can give it close at- : 18-20 PINE STREET
so here 1 am at your feet""Well tention. Address. Collector, SentineL i
deuce of a fine spoke King, "but
well." growled the old man up <(- Made in Orlando and sold
I I'll see you. He banded over the ,
much affected in spite of himself. Ml : Phone No. 80IMIIIIIHttMlttlMtlllHIIIIIMtltllllimHlilll
by all dealers.
money, and Clerk Hesterberg raked in FOR SALE-New seven-roon house,
I'll have to. But alone
suppose you are
the pot. "I see a joker's no good in with all modern improvements. i
-where lserRlchardT'"He's I this game," said King as be was leav 3000. Will take automobile in part
Just outside papa, dear with court-Exchange. pay. Address Owner, care Sentinel.
the cabman. And. now that you have Ifni IHIIiilMIHIMIlMIIIHl

forgiven us, please lend us enough to I VANTED-A business partner in a
pay the horrid brute so that he'll go New Ways of Serving Old DUhes. manufacturing business with well MlliMIMMMilimtlllltllMIIIMIIIIIilllliiMttIn
away. You see. we bad only enough I The clever hostess can always show established trade. Need more capital
money for the license and the minis- her ingenuity by a touch of novelty in and will take partner or will make a WELCOME TOT71T1
ter.-Pittsburgn GazetteTimes.Dog the serving of some of the time honored stock company with $15,000 to $20- '
Ir *4 if. *''i'J.Z'ROYAL New
courses at her dinner. Raw oys- 000) capital. Plant up to date and in QuartersWe
ten, for instance produce a very original excellent condition. Address Manufacturer PALM
Laws of Richard (II. t effect when served with in care of Sentinel. tf
When Richard II. was king of Eng maple I I
land the keeping of greyhounds by syrup or whipped cream.A II FOR RENT-Furnished, my cottage BARBER SHOP
servants, grooms and artificers led to very palatable fish pudding may on Lucerne Circle. Jas. A. Knox.
I ,... .. ,,
be prepared by mixing the re '
trouble, for these sportsmen wouldgo -. -lr'1" are now located in the new Hyer
chopped fish with raisins and Modern and
hunting In parks, and warrens the sugar a ESTRAY-I have taken up as an
bit of vanilla extract cold witha Dunn Cow with few
serving estray one
while "Christian people be at church & Church
individual Davis
custard sauce. white spots. Crop upper and under Everything new, building on street.
hearing divine Ntrvice This It
; was A delicious dessert is onion Jelly with bit, in one ear; crop bolt in the other electric attachments at every
thought was not good for park war caviar sandwiches and maraschinoehemes. ear. Brand single "0" J. G. Lee, chair. No atone has been left We are better prepared to fil all your
ren or the soid of the servant Reforms Pine Castle, Fla. tf
Try it-Judge's Library. unturned to make this shop
were arranged. The law was
meet th erequirements of the wants in theHARDWARE
laid down that neither layman with FOR RENT-Modernly Equipped
less than 40 shillings nor clerk with Classified. house cheap to small family. Six most particular. Plenty of
less than !;10 should keep sporting dogsor Ton uy you are your wife's third rooms, 201 West Concord Ave. Also room. Courteous attendants.
engines of gamp destruction. And. husband?" said one man to another good cow for sale. Wm. L. Coryell. LINE
during a talk. ELIJAH WHITEHEAD,
further the servant and laborer were
ordered to have bows and arrows and "No, I am her fourth husband" was FOR SALE-15-foot new power boatat Proprietor.

to keep Sunday and holiday in using the reply. a greatly reduced price. Boat Orange Ave., Orlando, Fla. THE
them and to leave all playing at tennis "Heavens, man!" said the first speak. now on Lake Lucerne. Trial tripfree.
and football and other Importunategames. er. "You are not a husband-you're ahabit. J. L. EmpSe, 107 Gould St. ,
." ." 5-ll-3t

A Spool of Cotton. Duty Done FOR SALE-Twelve acres south of
"But for Napoleon." said the spool. The pleasure a man of honor enjoysin Lake Apopka under subirrigation --
"1. like the Arc de Triomphe. would the consciousness of having performed system. One of'the finest pieces in COMPANYtiMMMIMMMMMMMItMHIIMIIilllllllllltlMI
his duty is reward be Florida. Was in lettuce and cucumbers -
have a pay
never eilsted. In Napoleon'stime : you want any of the
himself for all his palns.-La Bruyere.I ,now has fine stand of corn. $500
threads only ma.de of silk and
In condition. Write
I per acre. perfect EMERGENCY SUPPLIES
I owner, G. M. Hord, Oakland, Fla.
12-lw. mentioned in

WANTED-House work-any kind in MllttlMMMMMtlMtatMIMMMMIHIttMIIHIiflKeep

IT PAYS TO BUY OUR KINDWE private family. Apply at Sentinel

office. It

pot, an umbrella. Owner can have
same by applying at the A. C. L. ofFirst
Freight depot and paying for this no-

tice. Aidhere Fireless CookersAND

SpringClothing FOR RENT-Furnished house, seven
rooms, electric lights and telephone
included in rent. Toilet and bath. Big is the place to get
.ard. Will rent from June 1st to
October 1st for $15 per month. them. Call or 'phone.

If you have a house for rent, advertise DeLaney Drug Co. ELECTRIC FANSTO
in the Sentinel's classified column :
Ever shown. This and get a tenant.EVERYTHING. Orange Avenue,
stock includes I KEEP COOL WITH

REGAL SHOES, $3.50, $1.00, I

$4.50.It will be a pleasure to show IHMIIMMMIilllltMMH ELECTRIC IRONS AND TOASTERS .

you the difference between our .

goods and others you may see. I -IN- Autos For Rent at FOR COMFORT

We are behind every piece of
FEEDFOR Any Hour -- -
merchandise we sell and same

must HATS give, SHIRTS our you stock satisfaction.See UNDERWEARETC. of STRAW. Seven Passenger the PIERCE[ L[ [ELECTRC[ I L L COt,, ,


; Ride in a Good Car.I'Phone .

Brown & Lartigue I .

ORANGE, AVE. Church The Street Grain, Phone Man. 18 6: 34 J Patrllize) i Sellte1 1 A Advertiers f .

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A the Dog That Children Did Not ORLANDO O BA K I TRUST I COMPANP 4 Lucerne TheatreONE

Get I Into the Show.
Capital and Surplus and Undivided Profits $120,000.00.Total .

Resources over Three-quarters of a Million. THOUSAND SEATS

Statement of the Orlando Bank and MOTION PICTURES

-i -- Trust Co. at Close of Business I

; .g.s April 16th, 1913-The Seventh .
4 ,,
Anniversary of

x Its Existence
x A whimsical conception, in which a fairy brings to life

Y'" the dummies in an old Jew's store window, numerous

,.w t RESOURCES amusing situations throughout the picture.
eqi Loans and Discounts.....$368,197.88
,xg t'' :" pl I Overdrafts .............. 92182
: Real Estate, Furniture FISHERBOY __ EXCELSIOR

) : and Fixtures .......... 25,853.44 This picture is very interesting. Portraying the check-
rt ered career of a lone fisherman.
{ ? Stocks and Bonds ........ 26,018.83
r ; Cash on hand and In Banks $6,267.61
4 Total ...............$789,260.08 A cracker jack farce comedy, with numerous amusing

9 .viI : LIABILITIES situations. One that you will most heartily enjoy.

i Capital Stock ...........$io0oo0.ooa
I : Surplus and Undivided
8 e fie 1 Profits ................ 2444185 COMING THURSDAY

Photo by American Press Association Deposits ................ 8 &.IJJJI THRILLING MILITARY DRAMA IN TWO REELS

in While Princess a dog hall show Kennington was in full road blast, '' } W I,; Total ...............$789160.08 A massive production of the Civil War. One of the

London, recently, a ragged urchin appeared .... greatest pictures of its kind ever shown.Before .
with a little pup In his arms. -
He wished to enter his dog to compete Deposits April 4, 1913..1592,876.61 I

with the blue blooded canines on exhibition Deposits April 18, 1111... _,11111L.IIW

his and was greatly refused.disappointedWhen Slates Gcmmat, State and County DeporfUrj inereaat in 12 days ......$
entry was The pho-
tographer happened to be on hand and :
took a shot at the boy and his beloved -0 0
pet Boy-like he doubtless believed
there wasn't a dog In the show that

could compare with his, and perhaps tinilllllMMIttllMmtMMtMtHMMMtllMMMIHMMHIIHMMIMHMtHW. You
he felt that was the reason his entry
was barred. Anyway, he was disappointed
for a time, but probably soon
forgot all about it in a game of romp

with his pup. M. SLEMONSWe BuyConsider

An Ingenious Frog. .
Away down in Brazil there la a species -
of tree frog that builds its nest in
the water. This nest is a sort of fortification
for the protection of the

The frog's fortification eggs and is later built for in its this young.man- are confident that the clothes we sell made by Schloss Quality, Style,

of ner a: Mrs.pond or Frog stream starts and at lays the a bottom solid Bros are superior in quality and style to any that you Price and then choose

wall perhaps two inches thick at the : ,
foundation This wall Is built circu- can buy.
lar and gets a bit less in width aa it :
nears the top which reaches some
Inches above the water, and is open : MEN WHO WEAR CLOTHES BOUGHT FROM US

to admit air and light It is a sort of Allen
tube-like inclosure, not very wide :
across but plenty large enough to let :

the they young are stay able Inside to look after out for hatchingtill themselves : Our prices are very reasonable Do not think of buying ..

The, tops of these little mud nests .: elsewhere until you have tried on one of Schloss Bros suits. JEWELERS

sticking out of the water resemble the .
craters of miniature volcanoes. They
are built so compactly that the water : WE ALSO SELL LORD BALTIMORE CLOTHING FOR BOYS. Orlando, Florida

does not melt them away for a long
time after the eggs deposited In them I

are hatched and the young gone forth.

Short-Cuts. W. M. SLEMONS I
This may be a series of games or I Let Us Regulate Your Watch

discussions lasting through the evenI I
Ing. It may begin by some one showing I
a few pictures and in a brief talk ; lilllllMllitMlltttliiiilitlMltltiitiilltllllllMMtttllilHII IIMtllltlttt EVERYTHING GUARANTEED
taking the guests by a "short cut" to
Europe California or whenever the pic-
4iMtillMtltttftllltlllltlMltfttttllMIIMIIMItlttMtllMlltlMI MililllMIIIF
tures may fit k
If there is music let the selections be ....
"cut short" before reaching the end. ,
Start conversation in groups on some YOU WANT THE LATEST

suggested subject, then "cut it short"
by introducing the game of "follow my
leader." Everything the leader does I N: This Wall Board

must be imitated exactly by the entire

company the fun consisting greatly In THE LINE OF UP TO DATE DRY GOODS, CLOTHING, Saves Building !
the rapid changes and sudden stops
which the leader Introduces and which HATS AND SHOES, ALSO LADIES READY TO WEAR
some of the company will be slow to
follow. It will be noticed bow much DRESSES OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS COME TO B. SALO-
100% Better and 50% Cheaper
easier It is to begin some things than HON. SATISFACTION GUARANTIED OR MONEY
to stop-even at a given signal. The .
laggards must be given some penalty, REFUNDED. Than PlasteringBeautiful
to work out later.
and Durable

Conundrums I I II You cat plastering cost in half by ,
la what part of the church do they B. Salomon Orlando : using Bishopric Wall Board for walls 1
ring the belles) ? At the altar.:._ I and ceilings in your new house, and JE .
What is that of which the common I get better results. "Bishopric" looks .
sort is the best Sense. I I better lasts longer and saves time in / '
buildin .
Where did Noah strike the first nail '1111111 1111111111111111111111"'llllllllllllilll'lll11111111111111 11111111111 '
In the ark? On the head. $5,000 Anti-Warp Bond
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Enough for one, too much for two A gentle essayist married a critic . . BO YOU BUY ? "Bishopric"the only wan board stiffened ..,
and nothing for three; takes one tomake with lath. On-dried lath are Imbedded in
and there was born to them an articleon THE IMPORTANCE OF KEEP. I toughened Aepbalt-Yastie and surfaced with ,
and two to keep A secret heavy fibre-board. Is moisture-proof. rat-
Why Is a girl not a noun? Becausea eugenics. ING POSTED I I trtrsMftrd I proadant' ..r4w warp proof shrink sound-proof buckle and or fire-resisting.pull loose in Will any not climate '
lass (alas) is an interjection.Why I S :dialer IIJ! thia aornisf to a_mU- winter or summer. Our 15,000: Anti- 4
are indolent persons' beds too "How many things we have I Mat dtinn of Orlando;, I tow hit* Warp Bond protects every customer. v
short for them? Because they lie too She made him think he was her proposed to do,how many planned bought had at tuG and ft* ta Saves a Month's Time
In them. ideal when he was a bachelor. Thatis dW .. .. &-
long yet how we loiter in our noblest At MM tot IM w tnti to I nU Comes In sheets ready for use. Goes on
Why is a kiss like a rumor? Because why he is so puzzled, now that she dry. Just sail it to bare studding and it is
You be always for aa Orlando soreoal InMUTOB
purposes may ready at once for any kind of decoration.
at roes from mouth to mouth. has married him, at her attempts to successful if you do but st out of kad h Oaago OMaty fot Edges meet evenly-no paneling lIeeded.Bishopric" Beata Plaster
Saves month's time in building.
make him over. well and let thoughts and ILOO per aero, the SUM kad Ii MW Sheets a are 4 feet square. 16 sheets to the
Growth of FIngsr Nails your sold la 10 tad twenty aon tmeto lotmot crate. Prices low Anyone who> can drive Investigate Now I
It has been computed that the average practices proceed upon the right per aero, tad If oaoay at tab sails can apply it.
growth of the finger nail Is one method." e Look into this
Some men say there is no generosity prioo.What Gives Users moneysavingbuilding
thirty-second of an inch per week or a towards the membersof You have often made won tao Orkado walo bar. material
in women up your
l'at tW beT & Lasting Satisfaction"It
Gold .
little more than an Inch and a half per 'I > otod Any of the dealers
mind to for the
their sex. But have you never buy something If yw bad boofkt 701 ooaU U with great plearare that I writ roe IB teard named below will
The however,
growth dependsto alio
Hall Board
year. noticed the gratitude a bride can lavish person or the home, but hare put into your prott You below sass which to t0 yrar of my Bishopric brothen bYe ued with; more roofing than gladly show you this
a great extent upon the rate of nutrition good results and find it the handwmert and
and during periods of sicknessor on her husband's stenographer: S off doing so from time to time. time ago your proit oa tao alai that money cn bay. They hare also Intonated bert a wonderful,non-warping nn. ..
stock without baying to oa it sanber of their friend iIlJouuood."d are nor 6n-resisting Wall Board.
of abstinence it is retarded. It Is just for being ugly? Then one day you pick up a week- U bYe not bought but pleated with raulta. Learn how you can save time II'"
you yet BOOK MF&ASSA JWD,ftft I. hood St.,Urn,
0. and money by wing It. See your dealer today
old and discover
understood to go on faster In summer paper some es- Orlando or Orange county
than in winter and differs for different pecially worth-while offer of the there is still opportunities be .
fingers being most rapid In the For the first time in the history of very thing you needed. profits, and I can show you.I For Sale by
middle finger and slowest in the Cornell male students have enteredin This emphasizes the importance can sell you something that will
thumb according to one investigator, the domestic science course and i make yon money, but your fold mining
of keeping posted on when and stock will it
> buy Orlando' Works
and in the little finger according to an. cook. There will be Novelty
other. are learning to how to buy to advantage. Grasp' Call and see me.
t- no doubt as to their popularity with opportunities by reading the CARL JANSEN,
the eligibles of the fair sex. Hubbyin Office over Dickson ft Ives, Orange
Defined. advertisements in THE SENTINEL
Politeness Avenue, Orlando, FU. The Mastic Wall Board and Co. Cincinnati Ohio
Roofing Mfg,
"He who listens with interest to talk the kitchen would solve many prob- carefully every day The banks and the business men of (KB)
on subjects which he knows well from I lems for the mistress of the house. S t t I tt S C I. S S 1 Orlando know me, if you do not, uI
those who do not know them at all,": She could cut down the nights off them. .

Is a definition of ood manners written: and speak right out to the cook with WALL BOARDFor

in a pirl's scrap bOpk by M. Faguet,the out having fear that dire results would Sentinel want ads are the market
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MMIimitlllllHMMMIIMHMMMMMtmillim C. Massey, President I I REPUBLICAN The National SOLDER-APPLYING Republican SOFT partyare fiu tuu1u1uuflIuhtuuliiIrflhtflthtHuflfluuuuk: ::

T. Pfctoa Warlow. VkJ>m. B. Waters How*, Ouhfar anxious to preserve the old organization -
Howard C. Bibcock. An't Cuhier Samuel A.Newell Au't Cuhkr and reunite both fac-

tions on a new and more progressive

platform. At a meeting in Chicago

THESTATE Monday, the Olive branch was ex-
What is the
tended the Bull Moosers to come

back into the elephant fold, but those

. who are acquainted with the big bull
BANK rather expect him to paw and shake
his head after his usual custom and SAVING

refuse to be coaxed or stampededinto .
the old elephant barracks.One .

of the progressives who remained -
of Orlando CLUB ?
in the ranks said: .
"At an informal conference of re-

pblicans from eleven states, held

at Chicago May 12, it was voted thatit

TIIEOthFSTBAMINTIIEC1TY ;;be submitted to the national republican Merely a number ol people who arrange to systematicallysave

committee as the opinionof certain odd pennies each week with the positive as-
-AND- those present that a national con-

vention of the party should be held surance that they will receive a check two weeks before

The Bank which transacts more business than this year at as early a date as may
Christmas lor have
they saved.You
be possible to consider the expediency every penny .
Bank between Jacksonville and Tampa
of changing the basis of repre-
sentation in future conventions, so
that the delegates shall be
The large patronage of this Bank has been built up propor-
tionately representative of republican .
during twenty years by conducting its business on sound voters and not general popula- : can save any amount from 2 cents a week up.

banking principles with careful attention to the legitimate tion, to the end that the will of the :
members of the party may be more .
wants of customers. The confidence of the public accurately determined; also for the : The 2 cents the first rj

is reuected in the large amount of deposits. purpose of changing the rules relat- : week "club" nets $11 .
ing to delegates and members of the you
Average deposits First Quarter of 1913, 900000. II
national committee so that the primary I
election laws of the various :

states shall be recognized and have :
full force; and also for the purpose '
of making such other changes in : IT IS WORTH WHILE !

the methods of conducting national :

correspondent banks are located in every part of conventions and campaigns as shall : ,
conduce to giving the utmost possiI I Call at Ute Christmas Savings Club Window and let us explain it more fully,
| the world and include some of the largest Banks in the ble effect to the principles and policies :
of the party. I or better still join some club now.
2 United States.
"It was further the opinion tha '

liiiMiimiMtiimiiiiiiii such a convention might profitably
and usefully take other action desirable -

IN COMPLIMENT TO MISS SCO- LET THE DEAD REST- -I to reunite the party and to I

FIELD constructive give assurance and that progressive it stands activities for- The Peoples National Bank

Several nurses and friends of the
in the affairs of the
"Alabama," the home of Mrs. W. late Miss Jordan called at the office governmen "It is to "
a serve
to the end that the common welfar you.
P. Watson, was the scene of a pretty last night and were very much
be advanced.
party yesterday afternoon given for wrought up over the announcemnetthat may
"It was the unanimous belief f
Miss Scofield, the house guest of Mrs. their friend had been buried i in o IMIIiHHIMMM
those that tie
L G. Starbuck. Miss Scofield, who the potters' field, or in, a remote and present changes suggested IMMMliiMMtitilMMIMHMHMilttlilMMMIIIIMMHtimiHIII
should be made forthwith and
visited here two years ago, has won neglected part of the cemetery.
that the national committee be
many friends by her charming per- As is the case in all cemeteries, urged MMMtHMIMMiMHMHt
to take such
sonality and a number of social gath- some parts are more prominent and end. steps to such a n

erings have been planned for her en- better kept than others. This is so
Robert Luce, former lieutenant

teretainment.Mrs.ty players. Watson's of Bridge guests and included Five twen-Hun- I because beautify slumber,loving portions and thus hands where some have portions labored dear ones by to j governor Borah,of Senator Massachusetts Kenyon;, Senator W. F.-

dred eop decorated is.Jt and. her for the home occasion was attractively with cor contrast though However none, look this the all worse less may more be than, Miss others sacred.Jordan James of expressing Kansas A.. Troutman,the composed'sentiment,a the state of statement the senator conference. I TlIl: I WlI.ITl T : T Rl:

Bridge, Mrs. Reichard was most had kind and loving friends who,
successful, winning a useful pair of from the purest and gentlest motivesprotest Much interest centered about the -

embroidery scissors, while Mrs. Palen against any reflection or intimation significance of including in the statement -
the phrase about BIG SPECIALS
made high score at Five Hundred and of neglect or lack of rev er- the party." Senator Cummins"re-unitin explained 4 4
was awarded a box of correspondencecards. ence.
that it meant "just what it _
The is
poor girl dead. Our words '
Before cannot reach her. said; but that no lengthy talk had
the serving of the dainty But let us reverence -
been indulged in about "
supper of chicken patties, jelly, sand her memory and respects her "invitin
wiches, wafers and coffee, the friends by a golden silence on the subject members of the progressive partyto ;
turned their attention from cards to I for there exists return to the republican ranks.
no reason for
a cake guessing contest Miss Marie i : discussion of the subject of her burial.any rriu turtt ntt

Johnson was quickest to place the an-I ANOTHER BIG DEAL REAL ESTATE y y Maniy y

for swers her correctly skill. and received a I MENDELSSOHN ELECTION CLUB HOLDS ANNUAL Each day records some real estate ,

Miss Scofield with
was presented a
I deal or business change in Orlando.As .
pretty pair of hat pins. The members of the MendelssohnClub
well known, Mr. E. G. Duck
Assisting Mrs. Watson were Mrs. gathered at the home of Mrs.L worth has
joined Mr. N. P. Yo well
Charles Campbell, Mrs. George Mc- M. Cooke on North Orange I .
avenue n one of the biggest business
Culloch, and little Elizabeth McCul- last evening for their annual business : in the history of Orlando and- No. 1. SHOES SHOES SHOES

loch, who made a lovely picture in her meeting and election of officers. i will construct a new building.

dainty frock of blue and white. Miss The balloting resulted in the following Yesterday, Mr. Duckworth sold his Donut miss this great opportunity to buy Zigler Bros. Wichest
Elizabeth served with all the dignityof members being placed in office store building to Dr. V. W. Est, ,

a "grown-up," and a prettier little for the coming year: proprietor of the Estes Drug Com & Gardner's Famous Brand Shoes in Gun Metal Patent
maid Miss
could Emma
not have been found. Hainer, was re-elected pany. Mr. Duckworth will complete ,

The following ladies were in attendance president; Mr. F. H. Williams first the repairs he is now making and will Leather and Tan, In Pumps Oxfords and

: Misses Ccofield, Dane, Marcia vice president; second vice president,I continue to occupy the building until ,

Johnson, Lottie Holt and Mesdames Miss Susie Magruder; Recording January 1st or to such time as I the Eclipse Ties $3.50 to $4,50 values. For 3
L G. Starbuck, Lege, Reichard, secretary, Jenkins Dolive; treasurer, new Yowell-Duckworth building is $1 98

C. W. Smith, George McCulloch, Ab- Mrs. L. M. Cook, directors, Miss Ber- completed.Dr. days only 4 .

ernethy, Schuler, J. N. McElroy, R. tha Branch, Mrs. D. C.Thompson,Miss Estes'has not fully decided yet
P. Cobb., Seth Woodruff Palen Mabel O'Neal, Miss Louise Allen
Pli i and as to just what he will do with the
ny, Norcross, S. G. Dolive, S. A. Johnson Mr. Cestia Lawton. building. Whether he will occupy it No.( 11000 yds. Lawn Organdie and No. 3, 800 yds. Suesine Silks. Latest

and Chalfont himself, or rent it and remain wherehe Fiaxon, Plain White Black and White Evening Shades, Plain and Fancy

CLUB DE MARTES FLORIDA-GOOD THINGS is now located, will depend wholly Stripe, Floral and Persian Designs Patterns, 30c, to 40c. value, For 3
Just to relieve our northern friendsof upon The Duckworth building is one (of 15c. to 20c, values. For 3 days only days only

Miss Antoinette Slemons was hostess any concern for our physical wants, the good business rooms of the city
for the Club de Mattes yesterday we went down in front the John Rowland's and there is always a demand for 12
and a crowd of merry "workers" were grocery store and while we such.. : 1.2c yd. 23c yd.
m attendance. In the middle of the jingled the two five cent pieces in our

afternoon, when all were busy with capacious, but hungry pocket, took <
an enumeration of the fresh fruits AT THE LUCERNE TONIGHT
peal from needlework the door, came bell. Mrs.a vigorous Richard and vegetables in the market and here No. 4. 500 yds. Lawns. Plain White and Floral

Marks answered the they are: Tonight at the Lucerne will be values. 11 C yd
summons and pitPatterns, 12 l-2c. to 15c. For 3 days only
soon returned to the drawing room, Yellow and white squash, turnips, tures of the Civil War; scenes familiar il-

bearing a carefully wrapped express radishes, cucumbers, beets, onions, to many yet living will be throw

package, addressed to Miss Josephine lettuce, celery, green corn, cabbage, upon the canvas. The great civil

Keller. The box suggested flowers, string beans, egg plant, spinach, cowpeas strife is portrayed in all its awfulness -

but Miss Keller laughingly protestedthat garden peas, tomatoes, peppers, in an exciting and yet pathetic P.
she was expectng none. However okra, parsley, strawberries, blue berries manner. N. YOWELL
dew berries, apples, bananas The has
on lftng the cover, she found war gone into history .and
not flowers, but a beautiful luncheonset pine apples, peaches, watermelons, many of the participants to their reward -

exquisitely embroidered for her grape fruit, oranges, guavas. but the younger generation feel! liiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimtiniin mtt " 111111",11111"
by the members of the Club for a a deep interest in this the greatest .4*
wedding gift. Miss Keller According to advices from Tallahassee struggle in the history of mankind
thanked her companions for the prettily lovely Congressman Emmet Wilsonof and will want to study it from the FAVORITE THEATRE Congress should have the courage of of Tu June Certificate, A. D.. No.1838,170 has, dated filed laid the S d.y
and useful this city, who is just now begininghis screen. Three Reels its convictions. Representative Cal- in mJ office and has made application Certificate
present which carried with Deed to iaaue in for Tu
it loving thought expressed in its, first term in the lower house, is It will come to us in the form of a "It Happened Thus," Victor-com- der is right in objecting to the exemp- Certificate embraces accordance the following]with law.described Said
being boomed for the position now romance in which so tion of the salaries of Federal officials property situated in Orange Count. Florida,
many daintily fashioned stitches.A many boys and edy. towit: W% of Blk 4 and BUt
delicious salad course, followedby held by Uuited States Senator Dun- girls have participated both before "Animated Weekly, No. 38," Cham- from the operations of the income tax. Rand'The Su -Div. 6 Rollin and

cream and cakes completed the can U. Fletcher. Mr. Wilson is wet' and since the war, and how many a pion-News Honey Moon lodging. The man standing at the pie counter the issuance said land of such being certificate assessed in*t th the date of
known all this should his share of the tax as 1L 1L Rand name of
pleasures of the happy gathering. over section, but his sad heart yet looks across the great Comedy-drama. pay Unlesj said Certificate
acquaintance in other portions of the expanse of years to the separation Matinee 2 to 5; night 7 to 10. Five well as the layman. according to law. Tax Deed shall will issue be'redeemed thereon
State is somewhat limited, althoughfo of pledged lives because of widely cents to aU.Comin OD WitDeu the 11th mJ day official of June ajnature A. D. 1913.
The regular meeting of the Equal ra he has APPLICATION FOR TAX the 9th day of May A. and seal thia
young congressman, made different notions that prevailed ono : Three reel pictureThreeTrials NOTICE OF D. 1913.
Suffrage League will be held this I Ja record that has added much t his the North and South of the Mason to a Victory, G. H. Northern. DEED UNDER 4888 LAWS SECTION OF FLORIDA 8 OF CHAPTER Circuit Court, pranle Count,.. "LB. 1lorj; .
morning &
(Wednesday) at 10 o'clockin
reputation.-Pensacola Note in
Times- and Dixon line. All this will
the Unitarian I be portrayed Notice is hereby riven that Elizabeth M.
chapel. I Union. in this great production. Subscribe for the Sentinel Felts, of Oakland, Florida, purchaser of Bal Subscribe for the SentinelLouis


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