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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 15, 1913
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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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THE DAILY SENTINEL: '




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VOLUME ONE a ORLANDO, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, MAY 15TH, 1913. NUMBER 81.
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BYTIIE HOUSE Of LEGISlATURE E AT PABlO HOME UITS. NEBRASKA SECRETS Of "CURE" TESTALlEN lAW'


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SPECIAL GOVERNOR JOHNSON, OF CALIFORNIA N. P. McNElL LIQUOR DEVASTATING1N1) STORM VISITS FORMER '
AN ACT TO AUTHORIZE WEL LKNOWN ASSISTANT TO NO FURTHER MOVE WILL lit

TAX SCHOOL DISTRICTS TO SAYS HE WILL SIGN DEALER OF JACKSON- 1! THE COMMONER STATE )I.XI.S0 SAYS HE FIUED'I''I' MADE BY JAPAN UNTIL BILLIS

ISSUE BONDS FOR FREE ALIEN LAND BILL, BUT IS VILLE, WOUNDED DURING SEVERAL LIVES ARE LOST i SUPPLY FREE OF CHARGE SIGNED BY TilE CALIFORNIA

SCHOOLS IN FLORIDA IX NO UNDUE HASTE SCUFFLE WITH HIS WIFE AND HOMES WRECKEDSpecial VACCINE OF OWN MAKE I GOVERNOR

Tallahassee, May 14.-ine house 01 Special to the SentinelSacramento Jacksonville, Fla., May 14.-With to the Sentinel New York, May 14.-Whatever may Washington, May 14.-The Japanese -
representatives has passed the fol-. Cal., May 14.-\1)\\a bullet in the back of his head, Hammond Omaha, Neb., May 14.-Nebraska happen to patients who have received ambassador will take no further
duty to my state, compels approve was storm again late this af I
swept
P. McNeil of the
lowing bills: proprietor of the injections turtle serum for tuberculosis steps in the protest against the California -
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House Bill No. 495-An Act mak- the action of the legislature, Annex saloon, Main and Adams ternoon. Many people were killed and from Dr. Friedrich Francz i anti-alien land law until Governor

ing appropriation for the support and declared Governor Johnson this after- streets, lies at the DeSoto Sanitarium, injured by the cyclones which are reported Friedmann of Berlin, the "cure" yesterday Johnson acts the bill 1 before

maintenance of state institutions for noon, in reply to Bryan's Sunday fatally wounded. His death is momentarily -, from ditferent sections of the suffered transition from the him. Should he upon sign it, it wu
night message, urging the veto of the state. At Seward Nebraska, eleven
and field of
education created requiredto expected. therapeutics to that of
higher I i I per- learned today that Japan, without
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be maintained by chapter 5384 of anti-alien land bill. According to the statements of Mrs. 'people are known to have been killed sonal controversy.Dr. making further representations to lift
June The Governor later said he would McNeil who is sister of "Chick" and twenty-five wounded. It. is be- Friedmann
the laws of Florida, approved a Dr. Maurice A. state department, will wait a reasonable
sign the bill, adding there would be lieved that daylight will show a much
the Universityof Acosta, Representative of Duval Sturm the
5, 1905, now known as coun- specialist's former assist- time to see what the federal administration -
Florida, the Florida State Collegefor no undue haste in doing so. ty, in the Florida Legislature, and greater death list in the town itselfas ant and Dr. Max Landsmann, who intends to do to meet tiij

Women, the Florida School for. "It may be twenty-four hours, possibly I "Plush" Lee, a negro chauffeur, the well as in the country surroundingthat opened the People's Hospital for Dr. complaint against the measure.It .

the Deaf and Blind, and the Florid 'I forty-eight hours before I sign only eye witnesses to the shooting, city. Friedmann's first clinic in the city, expressed was indicated today that Japu

Agricultural and Mechanical College I it," Governor Johnson said. McNeil was shot during a tussle with Stapplehurst, a small town seven severally, their disrespect for would not move to test the constita-
Mr. Johnson's reply to Mr. Bryanis miles from Seward, is reported to
for Negroes. I his wife over the possession the the past, and new incidents of the tionality of the law, but was inclined
House Bill No. 248-An act to encourage courteously worded, but definite,and gun with which they allege, he had have been wiped off the map. The day forecast differences of varied and 'I to the view it is incumbent upon tits '
direct. The Governor does not budgea death loss cannot be secured tonight,
the production of corn and threatened to kill her. confusing nature. United States to take up that phastof
other field crops among the youths of bit from the position he maintainedfrom The shooting occurred in a home telegraph and telephone wires into I Sturm abused Friedmann for greed I the question.

the state and to encourage the can the first on the anti-alien legis- recently purchased by McNeil at the place have failed. I and offered to tell physicians and institutes Although it is understood here tbs
of food lation. Pablo Beach shortly after 7:30 o'clock At McCool, many homes were de- all about the -
ning and manufacturing sup- I serum and to Governor Johnson has thirty days tact
He emphacized his position. based, stroyed, but no death are reported.
plies among girls. this morning.Mrs. supply it free from an incubator he officials believe his answer w2t
"on the reliance and righteousnessof McNeil and the chauffeur Omaha and South Omaha was hit has installed in his office
House Bill No. 517-An act say in the Hotel be received within a week.
priating $3,000 for boys' appro-I the cause and with due reference that McNeil knocked his wife down by a strong wind storm. Less than Ansonia. While he grew eloquent on The Japanese situation was discussed

and girls' canning club work, and providing -I and courtesy and proper consideration then felled the negro, who interfered one dozen houses were wrecked and the ethical motives of his course, his today at the cabinet meeting.
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the method for expending the I for the feelings and views of others. to protect the woman. i I there. were no deaths. lawyer, .Jacob L Werner, filed com-
"We believe we are within our legal '
same. I plaints for him against Friedmann in England Would Like to See Test Before
and moral rights and that STILL TINKERING WITH TARIFF :
we are
the
Clerk's
Committee Substitute for Senate I I SWEPT OVER FALLS FALLS County office for $100,000in Hague
doing only what is imperatively demanded -
Bill No. 42.-An act to authorize commissions, for bringing about a London, May 14.-1f it is true that
Special to the Sentinel.Washington
for
and
special tax school districts to issue of our state.protection" preservation -! Special to the Sentinel i. D. C., May 14.-The deal with the Eisner-Mendelson Company Japan wishes to carry the California, ,
bonds for the exclusive use of public Niagara Fall, N. Y., May 14.-A threat of the administration of the and for a cash payment in ad- land question to The Hague.tribun ,
schools within such special tax ]I to have been dition for services to Friedmann
free I young woman, supposed application of methods of Spanish inquisition as we may shortly obtain a fruitful lesson -
school districts whenever a majorityof LAKE MOIIONK CONFERENCE. I the wife of Charles M. Schmidt, pro- to manufacturing industriesof assistant for two months, the sum to in the practical limits of arbitration -

the qualified electors thereof who! prietor of the Tivoli Hall, cafe in the country, has reacted. Senators : be fixed by the court. The complainant ," says the Pall Mall Gazette to..
shall in favor of I' Lake Mohonk, N. Y., May 14.-The 1 1i Buffalo the American thinks he should have $10,000
freeholders vote in
are I was swept over Penrose and Smoot said today that all on day, discussing the situation which
the issuance of such bonds; to pro-i i. nineteenth annual conference on In-I Falls, at Prospect point this after- manufacturers of the country wantedwas I' this account. Friedman shot back has arisen between the United Statet

vide for the sale of such bonds; for !' ternational Arbitration began its ses- noon. It was not known whether she an opportunity to show their that Sturm knows nothing of the and Japan, in regard to the Californian -
assessment and collectionof sion here this morning. After the committed suicide the death I "cure."
the levy, or was books and submit the facts to the Senate i alien land ownership.l1iIlThe
a tax to pay the interest on and I opening remarks by Daniel Smiley, accidental. Committee that would I j i I Carl L Schurz had no taste for the newspaper continues:

for the redemption of such bonds; I Dr. Lyman" Abbott, editor of "The any unfair minded statesmen prove that toj j!, new squabble and ceased to be Fried- "If the Chinese and Japanese are >tfc

and for the disbursement of the pro- Outlook; Dr. James Brown Scott, SHRINERS TO MEET IN ATLANTA some American industries will be de- !I I mann's lawyer. His place was taken have free entry to the Pacific coal
ceeds derived from the sale of such, secretary of the Carnegie Endowment by a long-haired, bearded
stroyed by the pending tariff bill. I I attorney, it means eventually the extirpation c(>
bonds and the validation of such j for International Peace; H. S. Perris, !Special to the Sentinel It is questionable whether the who kept his name to himself. As white labor from that regioa
; of London, member of the British Dallas, Texas, May 14.-A grand rates I I Moritz Eisner now figures
bonds. i I on manufactured woolens and cloth- as capitalist "All the arbitration in the world

House Bill No. 684-An act to i'Commission on Arrangements for the I ball tonight, which was attended by i! inc will be further reduced_ ___ in_ the_ _Son._.. i I for Friedmann, the prospect appeared -, will not persuade the people of tip
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authorize and validate the elections Centenary of One Hundred Years ten thousand persons, closed the ses-: yesterday of action
) ate Committee.The an against I western states that it is their dulyto :
of Pinel- Peace among* English Speaking People sion of the Ancient Arabic Order No- Eisner, through the law
held at Largo, in the county full committee, however, tenta- firm of Von II give up their bread and butter to
las, and State of Florida, on the 10th and John A. Stewart of New bles ol Shriners. tively agreed upon the most important Briesen & Knaugh, to collect an unsatisfied an alien race, and we can imagine hn;

day of December, A. D., 1912, under' York, gave some interesting views I The nineteen hundred fourteen convention proposition. If it is written into I I judgement for alleged infringement I much likelihood of the government &
on the subject of International arbitration + will be held in Atlanta. '
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ordinance No. 58 the town of Hunyadi Janos
passed by :| law manufacturer rights. Washington takes measures to enfold
of
woolen
? A recess was taken this afternoon Tomorrow the Shriners leave in every
of the said of j
council town Largo .
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fabrics either here abroad will be'I I such an award upon its own snbjecdL
or
Florida for the but the conference meets four special train for a tour of the STATE HEALTH BOARD
Pinellas MAKESRECOMMENDATIONS
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county, purpose -j i' i required to stamp his product with We should rather like to see the a-
of deciding whether or not said j. again this evening when the relation I principal cities in the state. > for its usefulness in
periment bringing
|of Pan American countries to international I II specific guarantee of amount of wool I I
town of Largo, should issue ten thous- I dreamers back to hard facts."
) collected. This is
and ($10,000)) dollars worth of bonds,\:: arbitration will be taken up.i 'HENS SENT TO SOUTH AMERCAJ a step towards placing The Florida Board of Health is endeavoring -
under
clothing restrictions similar
for the of I i Addresses on this subject will be made i to I 1
purpose providing, erectingand I get some changes made
establishing of an electric lightingand by Professor William P. Shepherd of I l Washington, D. C., May 14.-The'I I'I to those that guarantee to people pure in present laws governing the work THE FOLLY (1) OF YOL'FIi"When

waterworks plant for the said :I j Columbia University and Romulo S. great American hen has made her I| food products and drugs. of the board, which will prevent un- I was young and foolish,
I 1 The committee is in line with i its with strength and spirit high, wheal
town of Largo, and to authorize the Naon, Argentine Minister. Herr Hein-'I'I way into South America, and information I necessary inroads being made on the
conclusions, that the rates in steel often the seldom
came laughter and
reich York
said town of Largo to issue said bonds Steiner of Vienna, Canon received today by the State public treasury and at the same time
Dr. Alexander Giesswein schedules have not been sufficiently came the sigh, I swore the world wa&;.
irrespective of any irregularity of i a member I I Department declares the governmentof make a law enforcement more effec
of the Hungarian Parliament and' cut by the House, determined to goodly, the game was worth the play
said election. I Uruguay has just imported six hundred ('I tive. One of the first recommendations
Henri Bourassa of make further reductions. and life a pleasant journey, with comrades
Montreal will also
House Bill No. 496.-An act makingan Americans for the improvementof is that dealing with diseased
address the conference. I the native stock. The fowls I cattle which all the way.
annual appropriation for the University -j' are the State Board are required
of Florida at Gainesville, to1 Tomorrow will be gi.en over to a'I I to be distributed to experimental I!'CONVENTION OF INTERNATIONAL I to kill under present law and "But then, came pain and sorrow
(discussion of the work of the third stations. Alfonso an'' SUNSHINE SOCIETY and weariness and fears, with bitter
make up deficit caused by shrinkage :< poultry] Burke, I the state pays for, and of course as a
of interest on certain bonds. I i Hague cnference and many college American, has been appointed chief i rule the.owner thinks the diseased disillusions and wisdom of the yeaou

II I professors and others will occupy the poulterer of the Uruguayan Republic. New York, May 14.-The Fifteenth animal killed is more valuable than a I saw my vision shattered, my hom
speakers' platform. Only morning and I Annual Convention of the International of faerie fall, and learned, as I grey
sound animal and if he does not get
WILL TRY TO RESUME TRAFFIC
,I I evening sessions will be held the afternoon FISHERMAN DROWNS WHILE ATTEMPTING -! Sunshine Society, was opened here it from the board, he goes to the legislature older, the truth about it all.
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Special to DM Sentinel being given over to recrea- :I TO LAND CATCH ,today, and will continue until May 17. and gets it by special legis When I was young and fooliallyk

Cincinnati, Ohio, May 14.-Efforts i tion.On I j I The International Sunshine Society lation. This is unjust and should be with life scarce understood, I 'gad

to partially resume street car service Friday, the last day of the conference Eau Claire, Wis., May 14-Fisher- is a philanthropic organization, stopped.The looked around me and sang "Tte
the "Panama Tolls" questionwill men's zeal resulted in the drowning 1 originally composed of valuation world is good!"
which has been tied up since Friday, newspaper of the animal is fixed
owing to the strike of street car employees ,I be taken up at the morning session -:of Silver Larson, 22 years old, last I)I,writers, but has since grown to in- by appraisement, and it is a safe prop- And now I'm old and wiser

will be made tomorrow. Three at which the Hon. Charlemagne night, when, in his eagerness to landa I'elude people in every walk of life. osition that the limit allowed by law By all that I've been through,

cars heavily guarded by policemen and Tomer, former ambassador to Ger promising "bite," Larson arose inj I j I Two thousand and forty-seven branch. is that usually adopted by the com- I know when young and foolish,

manned by strike-breakers made three many; Congressman Joseph P. Know- the boat, and in tusseling with the !;,es of the society are reported in good mittee of appraisement. The law fur- The song I sang was true!

round trips today. 'land, of California; Prof. Emory R. fish, lost his balance, toppled over 'Standing for this convention. These ther provides that no loss shall be

Traction officials declared tonight :I Johnston, United States Commissioneron backwards in to the water and was I'branches i I range in membership from allowed for an animal that has been While the Board of Health has administered -

that additional cars with less protec- Panama Canal Traffic and 'Tolls and I drowned. He retained a death clutchon ten! to one thounsand persons each. in the State less than one year at the the law most scrupulous

tion would be put in operation tomor- Thomas Raeburn White of Philadelphia the pole, however, and when the I There are also several junior time when the disease was contracted. at least two legislatures have bees

will give their ideas on the sub-1 body was recovered a large sized fish ,I es composed of boys and branch-I ( so impressed by the appeals of individual

row.The only demonstration made today ij ject. was tugging at the end of the line. throughout the country. I The law is defective in at least two owners that they have granted

was the shouting and jeering fo the !j I 1 I The society controls and operates important respects: First in that it special legislation, whereby, in ors

strike sympathizers along the line. 'BASEBALL RESULTS IN THE BIG PLAN UNDERGROUND GARAGES:,hospitals, sanatariums, homes of all puts a premium on unscrupulous horse instance, an owner was paid for mart

Cars are moving off tonight and no LEAGUES 1 kinds, nurseries, kindergartens, playgrounds dealers bringing glandered animals I I than ten animals, and in another additional

disorder has been reported. ; Chicago, IlL, May 14.-Plans for a ; in fact every sort of charitable -I into the state having them diagnosedand I valuation was granted for tit

Special to the. Sentinel mammoth municipal underground ga- \\ and social institution. It also. receiving recompense from the loss of an animal, over and above the;

TAMPA PASTORS HONORED I j National rage beneath Grant Part, which fronts establishes relief corps in time of I State for animals that were worthless seventy-five dollars allowed by ii'

P I Boston, 7; St. Louis, 0. in the lake off the city's downtown war, pestilence or castastrophe.The when they entered the State. Second, and after that sum had already beet

An honor that comes to but comparatively Philadelphia, 2; Pittsburg, 7. district, were made public today byj i founder and president generalof it is well known that the disease although paid for the same animal. Of course

few ministers of the South !' Brooklyn, 2; Cincinnati, 6. Mayor Harrison. They provide for the the society is Mrs. Cynthia West- contracted elsewhere, may not these enactments took from the fund

has been enjoyed by Rev. J. C. Tims, I' New York, 14; Chicago, 11. concrete housing of automobiles, each 'f*over Allen, for ten years on the edi- develop in Florida for two years or of the Health Board the extra allowances

pastor of the First Presbyterian I AmericanSt. i section to be constructed between East'' 1 torial staff of the Ladies' Home Jour- more. While the law makes the importation made by the Legislature.

church of this city. lie has been elect- Louis, 5; Washington, 10. and West streets, to cost $125,000 and nal. Mrs. Theodore Seward is the of such animals a penal offence, I It is manifestly unfair to the State

ed delegate to the Pan-American Alli- I Chicago.-Philadelphia, rain. accommodate three hundred and twen-I vicepresident.The it is necessary to establish the fact Board and to the public that of those

ance of the World, which meets next i[ Detroit, 4; Boston, 1. ty-five machines. meeting of this society will that the imoprter brought the an- who are entitled to reimbursement

month in Aberdeen, Scotland. This is +'I Clevealnd, 2; New York, 2. (15 innings -] I be held at the Hotel Majestic,wherea imals into the State knowing them to I. some should be favored and other

a general assembly of the Presbyterians -I I darkness.) I nOR IDA DOCTORS IN SESSION banquet will also be given for the be affected with the disease. be denied the benefits to which they

from every part of the world and j South Atlantic Miami, May Exceptional in-j'members i of the society, delegates to The present law is defective also in are as justly entieled.

meets every two years. It is a great Columbus, 5; Jacksonville, 3. i terest is manifested in the fortieth annual -j the convention and guests, on Thurs- that it leaves as an open question The suggestion of the Board uf

regret to Mr. Tims' friends that he is Savannah, 8; Charleston, 0. :j meeting of the Florida Medical I}day night. whether the condemned animal is to that the State shall no longer pay flosses
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unable to attend.-Tribune. Albany, 5; Macon, 1; first game. Association here today, because of the be appraised at its worth when free from this disease. Just .J c

Albany, 0; Macon, 3; second game. variety of papers to be read on special One of today's want ads will turn from the disease, or at its worth as properly should the private citizen bt-

WEATHER REPORT Carolina League subjects. The cure recently reported an idle, unoccupied room into a per a glandered animal. Obviously an an-I reimbursed for the loss of his 'hooe-

Ashville, 10; Winston-Salem, 0. as 'having been affected in cases of manent incomehelper.We imal with the disease is worthless, by fire, or the truck and fruit grower

Florida-Local showers Thursdayand Charlotte, 4; Greensboro, 0. tuberculosis, neuraglia and diptheria, for it must be killed, and under the for the destruction of his gardena a:
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Friday. Durham, 1; Raleigh, 0. will be specially considered, in addition are at a loss to account for: i provision that it must be appraised his orange grove by frost.A .

to routine business, reports of. the silence of Congressman Hobson I as valueless, the owner would be en-

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man named Butler died not very 1 JI
long ago in a New Jersey town at the CHAS. LORD !
age of 103. He had hardly known a
day's illness in his life; his mental
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and physical faculties remained.. .
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? doubt the naval and military : We wish to announce
authorities there and here are quietly thatjwe] have :
devoting some of their energies to above
the production of (flying) machinesof
both kinds in which safety will
le the first quality considered. But : Real
zone of them have succeeded in that I II
jet.-Brooklyn Citizen.It : business and are

is clear now that the conduct of I: 17 S. Orange Avenue, (
the small group of criminal "arsontUes" I I
where
Millinery) we
has put back the cause of suf- I
frage in England many years and has :. and to make new ones.
immeasurably damaged a movement .
rhich; was favored by many good people Our list of city
of Great Britain who now see
their hopes shattered by a small band and we haveorae :
4f dangerous fanatics.NewburgJournal.
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At present the notion seems to pre- 17 S. ORANGE AVE.
Tail that the millennium will come
Then the hours of labor are made 4
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mall as possible and the pile of t- -

wealth is thereby reduced to a corresponding ,M6*tVWW .-......_............uu...-. :
minimum. That shorter
lour gospel of Mr. Haywood's is a delusion -I
and a snare. When no wealth : M"J
is created there can be none to pass ; I II
around.-Worcester-Gazette. PATH

James J. Hill says congress ought :
to adjourn for ten years. Who would :I Merchants I
provide jobs for the cloak room keepers (: their way by
messengers, doorkeepers and t cess. You
Japes?
customers if
If General Coxey's prediction that I like an i
rivers of blood will flow in 1914 comes ,.
trades within : ||
true,a great many persons will regret ,
that they did not learn to swim.A I J they command ] 1 [ [ S

proverb is the experience of many I For I
years compressed into a crystal.
Learn from other men's mistakes i No matter ::1
In order to prevent your own.
tric Sign is II I i iI
No, Eveline, it is not the dugong advertising. '
tr sea cow which gives the watery J, Phone for our I i
milk sometimes discovered on the
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mit sketch.
family boarding house table. a
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TAFT NEWS recently moved, here from Tennessee,I on a contract for supplying ties to I r-

are occupying the Hamilton House, the new railroad.We GOOD WORK 1

until their new home is completed.Mr. have just heard the McCul- \
Taft, Fla., May 14.-Mr. H. C. Wren was a visitor to Taft, lough road will pass through by the

Hartley has resigned his position as Wednesday. old Snead store house; this is on the For Sale by i
and Mr. J. E. Kinlaw of ,
depot agent ,
South of Lake Underhill and will be
Jennings, Fla., has taken his place. I I I .
Miss Mabel Daniels, a former teacher CONWAY CULLINGS quite convenient to Conway.It H. G. !!

of Taft, is visiting friends here -
this week. is better to dig bait in a modest South Hughy St. I i!
Conway, May 14.-A petition is in
Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Wright, who circulation to be presented to the Commissioners home garden than to wear out costly

have recently moved to Orlando,I[I to make this a sub-school shoe leather in Washington in the
I i vain of elusive office-At- Hauling of all kinds,
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spent Sunday here. i!district and place it under the control pursuit an

Miss Dora Crawly, of West Apop-)! By this meanscmfwyprprestgbvkqj lanta Constitution. ing carefully looked

ka, who has been visiting Miss Ola of; the county. By this means our
Murphy, returned home Sunday. I:citizens hope to obtain all the necessary After a poor married man begins to
Misses Alden and Lollis Sphaler,i'i equipment and regulations fora settle up the bills for his children'sand GIVE US A
Misses Agnes Collins and Mabel'' good school. his wife's shoes, he fancies some-

Daniels the latter of Geneva, took times he has married a centipede andis I
a
i: The picnic on Lake Conway Thurs-
!, the father of several little centi- Money to loan 'j
on
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Orlando
ride to Tuesday night
joy up 'day was a most pleasant affair. An
in Alden's large touring car. All reported -!I d fashioned fish fry was enjoyed as pedes.-Exchange. erty. S. Y. '

a splendid time. I'ihe fish were caught in the Lake by
Mr. Carl Sphaler and Miss Frances I Messrs. Arnold and Jones who are expert -


setrvices Dennis have at Boggy been Creek attending this week.revival I'I Lake,fishermen.the happy With meeting rowing of old on time the : MAGRUDER'S[ HORSE S [ MmLI[ [S r I

Miss Agnes Collins was the guestof friends, the delicious contents of well

Mr. and Mrs. I. A. Worley, Sun- filled baskets, the hurry and flurry .

day.Mr. caused by a shower, the time passedall
Lewis spent the day in Orlando too swiftly Are the most wonderful the world has ever known. If used as it

Tuesday.Mr. Mr. Hatch is occupying the Race Ii, be millions of dollars in horse flesh would be saved every )'
E. L. Sphaler, of Pine Castle house for the present.Mr. lame swinneyed horse cured in two hours. No blister. A new
Colic cured in thirty minutes. Big Head cured
by one minute's
was in Taft on business Wednesday.Mr. Conoly has another woods-
ment. Directions sent with each medicine so any body can
J. H. Estes, one of our promi- rider.It horses.

nent merchants, will return to his is rumored that Conoly and Over- Orlando, Nov. 15, TJ Orlando, N'ov Fla.'I
home in Keene Valley N. Y., soon for street have sold one thousand acres Mr. J. B. Magrnd- ling My in horse
er gave his colic
the summer. of their 14,000 acre tract. medicine to my horse spasms.dose I'
one 0
Mr. Boyce and family, who have Mr. Conoly is at present engaged for horse sand soon colic.began The to er's Colic
and in 15 I Iwhite
pass sour feed and
sand. I began to
ing a
thought it a most -
wonderful and quick tangled worms. mass The
cure.
complete.
W. S. Branch. -. J. E. ,
I
NEW COLORS AND PATTERNS IN Dealer MTg.in General Naval Merchandise.Stores I had a A mule WONDERFUL; that went lame CURE in
Beach. Ga.
ers and one leg stifled she was
Mr. J. B. Magruder
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able to move. Had been struck
Dear Sir-Find inclosed
check for
my
ning. I had given orders to
which send me one bottle Swinney Cure killed when I was advised to
and one bottle Colic Cure. Let medicine gruder's medicine. I did she
Goods and irnonos come by next train. You undoubtedly I well and I sold her for $175.; It
Crepe
have the best remedy for sick horses on derful medicine. W.A.
the market. Since I commenced using This mule was the Standard
your medicine have not lost a single. mule. Capt Cooper was their
mule or horse. Had two down this afternoon
used last two doses of medicine and
had mules back in plow in 30 minutes. POLO PONY CURED IN ONE
GOWNS ETC. Yours truly, J. F. Taylor. I raw Magruder commence
Fredonia, Fla.. Sept. 19, 190 lame ing she Polo appeared Pony one evening.sound and | L [r[ S ,
I used Magruder's Swinney Cure in lameness and three days after
I
two hours the horse quit limping and
in hard of It
a game polo. is
2000 yards Val. Lace Insertion at 1 and 2 was cured. It is the best medicine I ever I I ago since she was cured and lam
saw. Rev. J. F. Gill never returned. W. P. Gwynne,
MINISTER CURES MANY i
cents per yard at 1
Oviedo, Fla., Sept. 20, 1907. I( PRICES
1 have used J. B. Magruder's Swinney I Retail Price, Prepaid
Cure for years. Have cured a lot of I 8 doses Colic Cure ........,..
horses with it. Nothing better. 1 bottle Swinney Cur............
McCULLOCH'SDEPARTMENT Rev. R. W. Lawton.' 1 bottle Bighead Cure............ ,
INCURABLE MULE CURED I Each of above includes 1 Hyp.
N September 20, 1907 I 1 Hyp. Syringe no medicine ..,.
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I owned a pair of nice mules, one of j 1 Bot Swinney Cure, no syringe. !
them had been lame for two years and 1 Bot Bighead Cure... ......".
STORE a was pronounced incurable. I had Ma1 Bot Colic Cure, no syringe: :... J
gruder treat the mule with Swinney Cure. You have to have a Hyp. Syringe :
It made the mule sound and well in a ( above medicine.
short time, and considered wonder Receipt that will Staggers.., I I
124 South Orange Avenue ful cure. was T. H.Barlow.a I 1 Bot Liniment cure. .."....... ., .


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Daily BIG THINGS FOR ORLANDOIf APOPKA ITEMS .
(Apopka News)

South Florida Sentinel more people would develop the
Mr. Walter Hotz, of Sanford, was
MORNING AND WEEKLY Magruder Spirit, the Greater Orlando -
up for a few days, attending the
would soon be a proud reality. He
---
Entered at the poet' office at Orlando. has kept in advance of the procession commencement exercises, and the
Clau Mail Matter. Alumni reunion.
Second
Arid u WOMENThe
all the time. When he built the Ar-
Miss Reba White, of Orlando, wasa
SUBSCRIPTION RATES i cade, many good people of Orlando
visitor in our city, Friday.Mr. .
thought they saw his finish. When the
DAILY SENTINEL Walter Schopke, of Fargo, Fla.,
THE
city was in need of a new and larger
&ie year .....................$5.00 opera house, there was found no man spent Friday in town.

Sx Months .. . ... ... ....... 2.50 willing to make the venture until Mr. Miss Irene Womble has returned daintiest women find the exquisite
designs
1.25 I home from Jacksonville.Mr. .
Months .
5hrce eo eo eo eo eo eo eo Magruder tossed his hat into the ring

and declared his willingness to tackle Frank Davis and son Leslie, they want in our big assortment. Women who
60 cents
3, news carrier in Orlando per accompanied Mr. Newell to Orlando
,. Daily and Sunday. the project and as a consequence, we

The Orlando Morning Sentinel can be found have that splendid structure, the New Saturday Mrs. Witherington morning. and daughter, I are fond of jewelry, those who want somethingthat
talc in Orlando at Curita & O'Neal'i BookZore. Lucerne. Each winter Orlando has
sa found itself short on good rooming Mrs. Waters spent Saturday morning is unusual and beautiful, are able to gratify
in Orlando visiting friends.
-- ,
We will appreciate prompt complaint if houses. To overcome this, Mr. Ma- I
slivery is not properly made by our carriers. gruder last ,winter began and has The Alumni of the Apopka High their desires here, for our stock is peculiarlyrich
-- ----- had Wekiwa
----- School a picnic at Springs
AdeTrtuug rates will be famished on ap- now, almost completed a splendid fif-
cation. ty-six room flat on East Church street. Saturday afternoon leaving here in articles of more than ordinary beauty.For .
about 2.30 o'clock and returning late
THE WEEKLY SENTINEL He is now assembling matreial on the
Jbt year, by mail postage paid .......11.00 ground for a modern three story brick in the evening. After eating a delic- those seeking birthday or other gifts thereare
JtJdrcu THE SENTINEL Orlando Florida. ious supper in the good old fashionedway
Central
and iron structure on avenue
Office 101 Court Street, Arcade Building a launch ride was suggested and suggestions.
opposite the Seaboard depot. The many
Phone 24 the suggestion carried out. A delightful -
building will have four business rooms
--- time was had by all
I: ,F. SCHUMANN, Editor. below and the second and third floors except
five girls and one boy, who having
JOSIAH FERRIS Proprietor. will be a rooming hotel. The entire
important engagements,
building will be of modern architec- very came
home on foot.
THURSDAY, MAY 15TH, 1913. ture and have modern equipment.
Dr. Mullen and wife left Saturdayfor
In addition to this, he has inter-
-r- their home in Ohio.
when should ested capitalists from Maine, who
times one
There are
Mr. Sam Cunningham left Sunday
jay it alone, and we have little use propose that next year, they will builda morning for Hot Springs Arkansas
who joins a suicide mammoth tourist hotel in his beau- T. Evans the
Sor the person tiful grove on Spring Lake. This is where he hopes to regain his health. JewelerOPPOSITE

dab. one of the most beautiful spots in We sincerely hope he will do so. ,
o Miss Walker of Orlando is spend-
to travel too far for Orange county and its close proximity:
You are apt
ing a few days with her friend, Miss
& excuse, without, however, equaliz- to this city and the Country Club, Ethel Hickson.
makes it one of the most attractive POST OFFICE
record of the six-day bicycle
rag the Miss Essie Hyers of Forst City,
for tourist hotel in this
that spots a partof
ace in particular. former teacher of our school, was
o the state. Spring Lake is a beautiful ever for commencement and chape EXPERT REPAIRING AND ENGRAVING.
might be a disappointment i body of water, well shaded by
Knowing a poet
roned the Alumni to Wekiwa Springs..
should hate to learn live oaks and large Orange groves.
one
Mr. Hornburger and family, have
author of deathless songjrias The excellent spring water is also a
the
JAat moved back to Ohio. Mr. Roland
fond of liver and onions.o valuable hotel feature. The site is Ahern accompanied them.
'eal, and a modern hotel will attract -
Miss Irene Womble, Mrs. DeWitt
,
that large class of people who
When a bank cashier gets awaywith
and Mr. and Mrs. Columbus Womble,
it pleases the heartless are looking for comforts and are wil-
the goods,
of Jacksonville, are spending a few
heathen to learn that the missing ling to pay the price. Each year I
days with their parents, J. R. Womble
of a Sunday finds an increasing number of these
'san was superintendent and wife.
school. people coming to enjoy the splendid

,. Florida climate and Orlando's beauty
-y AT TilE CLOSING EXERCISES OF SILK
If a merchant is really selling some appeals to that class of people. THE AI'OPKA SCHOOL
a eful article lower than any one else The fact that the best hotels of this TOCKINGSN

:n town, and is not getting out of thatact city are crowded each winter shows (Apopka News)
its full advertising value, he was that Orlando is popular with the The closing exercises of the Apopka

lever destined to be a merchant.The tourists and it has been,the experience High School held at the Baptist

o of such splendid hotels as the Church Friday evening was sufficient

Sanford Herald has changed San Juan, the Wyoming and the Grand: evidence to any one present that

':Jom a five to a six column paper that tourists always prolong their Apopka needs a public hall that will For Day

-rhich is a very proper size for aomnty first engagement and that many peo- be sufficiently large to hold at leapt 7fp r ,
1 y t t
seat paper.. We congratulate ple have reservations a year ahead. one half the people who assemble OP

!ro. Holly on the forward step. Florida is a land of glorious climate occasions of this kind. The questionis and \

f" 'I' and these excellent hotels are a boonto who is going to build a structureof

Discord is said to be the cause of.lJlice traveling humanity and a blessingto this kind?

being called into two Baltimore the community. Every man in Or- By your permission we would suggest EveningWear ,. o d

lurches. One male and one female lando should encourage the Magruder that this matter be taken up by

vnch wanted to sing louder than the Spirit. the Board of Trustees for the school, .

ocher.' The discord was perceptible and that an addition be added to

ti everybody.The GOOD ROADS GETS COLD SHOULDER the High School building, to be usedas

o a chapel and for the various exercises

doctors of New York and that are held during the

Washington denounce Dr. Friedmann'sale That this legislature will do nothing I school season and at the commence-

of his tuberculosis serum as un- in the direction of good roads legis- ment.

ethical. That makes it unanimous. It lation is now a foregone conclusion.It It is a foregone concision that there Our Personal Guarantee

atmains for the government report to is possible that the proposition was will be a much larger attendance at

iiow if it is what it purports to be. 00 big for that body to tackle. No the next session than ever before in

o- doubt it was. But the good roads the history of the school This being Accompanies Every Pair \\ \\

The latest discovery in criminology proposition is one that will be written true would it not be acting the partof

& that all criminals have cold blood; into political platforms ere many wisdom to provide accommodationsto

their average temperature being sev- moons roll around, and the man who meet the demand that will be made

aral degrees below normal. So the steps squarely on that platform and for extra room and better equipment? Marion B. Ives I

apression "murdered in cold blood" faces the people will find that he has The cause of education is one in

i not merely a figure of speech afterft put his finger on the button that will I which we are deeply interested, hav-

alI, put him in touch with the sympathiesof ing been a member of the Board of

o ninety per cent of the people of Control for High Schools and Col-
I
develops that the public pays a ,I Florida. leges in Alabama for many years, has : EXCLUSIVE. 1MILLINERY PARLORS
million dollars a year to the taxi- The people are not going to ask tended to intensify this interest. The ,

jompanies of New York City over the the next candidate for governor of High School of Apopka is, and will .\ -

artual income of the companies. The Florida how he parts his hair or how be one of the greatest, if not the I Second FloorODDS

Billion has had to be distributed often he presses his trousers. They greatest factor in the development of i

*!long the grafting officials who per- will want to know what he stands for the town and its surroundings. Thereis

pitted the taxi companies to use the and whether he has the moral cour- no other one interest that demandsour

sireets. age to fight for what he stands for. consideration more than that of

,. And when it comes to members of the school. Having recently be-
very
AND ENDS I
The mule is an animal of many the Legislature, only men of known come a citizen of Apopka we are not Ii,

Strong points. Indeed, his extreme I integrity and ability will get any 1 acquainted with the modus operandiof Who is so fortunate as he who has i i' I

JOints impressive points. He hassane hearing.The : school affairs in this section, but misfortune. ,
traits in common with man. For man who is so tender hearted:' take it for granted that they are car- no AUTOMOBILE

stance, when he is pulling he is not that he cannot think of disturbing the ried on much the same as in other neither'
He who is eternally talking
inking; when he is busy, he is notGraying primitive conditions of four hundred states. learns.

and is most appreciated years ago, and the oily tongued, slippery We propose to give considerable hears nor

then he stays in his own class. fingered politician will be givena space' in the columns of the News obtained surreptitiously will BULLETIN

o hunch early in the campaign.The from time to time to be devoted to Office administered wolfishly.
be
The following are notable words people will fight for honest and the school interest; and any commun- often --- .

tom made in 1907 Col. honorable business men to represent ications on this will be --- -
speech subject -
a by gladly i A woman will speak of her doctor --------- ---

Xousevelt: "Nothing outside the home them. received and published. as proudly as a man will speak of his ;
an take the place of the home. The
TilE FAVORITES BIG HIT II barber. I II These are Bargains in Re-Built Cars. Each one is
gbool is an invaluable adjunct to the ALUMNI REUNIONApopka I I
some, but it is a wretched substitute guaranteed to be in first-class condition, is fully equipped .
fir it. The relation The little Favorite Theatre has There are arguments on both sides:
family is the
( News
coat fundamental, the most import- been showing some very instructs I The Apopka High -School) Alumni, in fact, there are too many argumentson and ready to run. I

tit, of all relations." and entertaining pictures of late. 1 held their annual reunion at Wekiwa all sides.

-o Coster's last battle, the masacre of Springs, Saturday May 10, 1913, '
Under the redistrictnig of Florida, the fourth Cavalry was an intensely from three to eleven p. m. A busi-I Among the continuous performances 11912 Studebaker "30" fourpassenger -
I
Jrlando comes in the fourth district interesting picture. It was a real pan- ness meeting was held, and new officers -I may be listed' the crusade againstthe

the present bill should pass. This orama of that dreadful battle and the I I for the coming year, were corset extra tire and rim. Hartford shock

jots Dade, Palm Beach, St Lucie, Indian tactics in battle was clearly I i elected as follows. ,-
,feceola, .Brevard, Orange, Volusia, demonstrated and the burning of the i r Lee Lovell, president; M. Mae Will- Heaven's branch office after all is absorbers, etc. $600.00

Putnam, St. Johns, Clay, Duvalj, JJa frontier home was a vivid picture of!I i iford, vice-president; .Harold Gorton, just the human heart if woman cares .'

JBU and Monroe, in the fourth and that oft Ve-enacted tragedy on the I I I secretary; Ruth Merrill, treasurer. to make it so.

Shade L'Engle would be in our district I plains where many families were I After partaking of a hearty supper, I 1 1912 Flanders Touring Car; complete,
instead of Frank Clark. Do you wiped out in a single night j I the merry party wended its way to Marriage may be called an alarm :

we any politics in this The Favorite is holding its place I I the boat house and a four mile ride clock that wakes a man up from his $500.00.

a with the pecple. in the bunch on the beautiful Wekiwa idealistic dream. >,

The Saturday Evening Post says River was enjoyed by all. A tired, i

list"every winter the state legislature! i Letters have been received in Miami but hapov
xaadous f.ils: to meet the needs,I asking for information rcg uuug ----0-- monuments would read, "He was amonumental ;
.. the onnoftunities for estate:ishinn liar." >;
rf its tf Ave: but yon mast : r.
ec M J.: Florida kg&atau : iy'i. : t :'.,'f :n Florida. \ ?irt-(''anade -- E YC'J m:,,: :'o'.ir C; :: :J. caD ,I

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the winter th .c ; nine for street out
*>* '& ; Bare arms wear are
.It t noble body in th r ;AVllptj of date-fashion saith that lovely ; San Juan

.JIf'e'"", c..a''ve! months of spring:; ; racwry win w socatea W tnc aia,-ic: j you oy special' messenger.: 1 woman must pull dcvr her "Jeeves] If GarageThe

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SUMMER DRESS GOODS NEW SILK WAISTS SHOES? WELL, YES

the ne"Tans, the new Gras, the new oft tones of We have just received a new line of the best sellers in White Buck,
Blues,
The
new We are justly proud of our assortment of Silk Waists' comprisingas
all here in a charming multiplicity of White Camas and White Arabian Cloth. Also a full line of Tan Kids,
Launders, are
Heliotrope and it does the newest New York Models in Natural Japanese Habutai,
In soft Lawns, India Mulls, Batiste, Violets etc. and Gun Metals. We have the Famous "SOROSIS" and "QUEENQUALITY"
new weaves and designs. Silk Chiffons, Messalines, and Chiffon Taffetas. Especially charming ;
shoes for Women and Children, and in
our Men's
prices range from lac to .0 c. are the new Hungarian effects. All sizes, Prices $2.50, $3.00, $3.50, goods, we
have "BOARDMAN'S SPECIAL" shoes at from $3.50 to $3.00
a pair
$3.75, $tOO and $5.00.
SUMMER SILKS of which are guaranteed to give the wearer satisfaction, or I will make

them saticfactry and there are no strings attached to the guarantee;
A splendid quality just received of 27-inch Japanese Habutai (Lyons BOYS' WASH SUITS we attend to that right here in he store.

Dye) and full weight. Ideal for dresses, separate waists, underwear, Are indicative of Summer's approach. Our preparations along this We also have the best Work Shoe that we can buy, and prices are

etc., eta, and only aGe per yard. line were made months ago, and the results of our operations at that from $2.00 to $3.50 in all kinds of leather.CHILDREN'S .

time are manifest in the delightful assortments we have to offer in

36 INCH WASH SILKS White Repps and Calateas, Corduroys, Linens, Cashmerette, Crash, SHOESIn

In hory white and cream only, in fine Twills and corded Repp, also Riplette, etc., in every size. are particularly well fixed on this line, and as we only handle

plain weates. Splendid in effect and wear, and washes and launders the "ALL LEATHER KIND," you can feel pretty well satisfil'd..that
Prices from 50c to $2.50 a SUit.as .
perfectly as a piece of muslin, specially priced at $1.00 a yard. you will get good wear from every pair. Let us "SHOW YOU."



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Mamie Fudge, one of the pop- Dr. Bennett's office phone is No.227, TOMATOESMr. BANDS FOR ORLANDO
I ular clerks at N. P. Yowell's has Brick Building, Orlando Sanitarium. -
WADE I joined the fashion ranks and is en- 5152w.Mr. W. M. Lege, who owns a beau Orlando never does things by e .
THE TUNER 'tertaining the mumps.Mr. tiful home on Hillcrest avenue, enjoys halves. When the people make up
ORLANDO FLA. I' L. C. Townsend, of Anderson, cultivating plants and vegetables and their minds to do a thing they do
J. W. Page, a prominent business South Carolina, is in the city. Mr the soil seems to respond to his efforts it with a vim. The people have been
I man of Jacksonville, was in Or- Townsend, is a contractor and builder very liberally. On his lot, he has wanting a band in order that we might AUTOMOBILES FOR RENTE.
'lando last night and will remain today and was here in connection with several dozen tomato vines from have band concerts at least once a L. Murray
Mr. 0. W. Conner and wife, of Tan- transacting business. the new M. E. church contract. which he is taking an abundant crop. I I week. Office Phone 409-Residence Phone 542

gerine are in the city. ,[ Yesterday he brought to this office!I I Recently special effort has been

t Try some of that nice Veal at the Phone No. 80, Parlor Market, for i I several that were perfect specimens made by the Municipal League in con-
Work Fort
Waldo of Gainesville,i !I upon Meade's sewerage
Mr. George S. Parlor Market today. It all kinds of meats, vegetables etc. I I of tomatoes, one of which weighed junction with the Board of Trade andas
business. system began last week and is progressing
is in the city on j It : two pounds, round and smooth. The a consequence of that united effort,

Henry Orsmou-,of Grand Rapids, I meat was firm and well flavored and Mr. W. A. Starkey, an experiencedband satisfactorily.
Mr. T. H. Glover, of Winston, N.'!Michigan, arrived in the city yester- Mr. G. Ammann, the painter and i well suited to commercial purposes.Mr. leader, has been engaged to instruct -
C., is in the city on business. i i day and will spend two weeks looking decorator, is painting and renovatingthe I Lege certainly knows how to produce and lead a band of young men The Times-Union says Jacksonvilelwill
I be well represented at the fortieth
r Orange county over. room on Pine street, which is soon the goods. from fourteen to twenty years old,
of Macon, I i I annual of the Florida Medical
Winchester meeting
,
Mr. J. C. to be occupied by Caruthers & Gore who will meet in the City Council
Ga., is a business guest of the city. )Ir. and Mrs. P. G. Bryan, of To- for their grocery. It will be an at- I MR. PHILLIPS RETURNS Chambers Friday night and organize. I Association to be held May 14-16 in
Mimai.
peka, Kansas, who have been spend- tractive grocery room when completed. -i Orlando has half a hundred young I *
of DeLand, .
Mrs. Charles McCrory, ing the winter in this vicinity, left !! Mr. L. R. Phillips walked in on us men who possess splendid ability anda I
is making a short visit V the city. Mr. Phil- The cornerstone of the new Elk's
yesterday for their home. I! unannounced yesterday. concert band can be maintained that
: Mr. Samuel Camp Hayes and wife, lips used to be proprietor of the Pure .. will do credit to the city. Orlando is I' hall in Tampa was laid Saturday af-
Nice Veal at the Parlor Market to-. Mr. N. P. Yowell went to Jackson of Chicago, have taken apartments at Food Store in this city, but about a. sorely in need of a concert band who I ternoonwith appropriate ceremonies.
day. It ville yesterday morning at 12:03,: Number 6, Ridgewood avenue and year ago, sold out and with his ram- will play a high class concert music i I j The building will cost in the neighbor

:' where he goes on business in connec-, will remain in Orlando during the ily, went up into Massachusetts. lIe that this music-loving community may hood of $100,000.
Mr. J. H. Lee, of Oviedo, was trans- tion with his big department store. summer. They have spent several run down on a short business trip and have weekly band concerts.
acting business in Orlando yester winters in the city and, like many to visit his father, Mr. Charles Phil- The other band is what may be I I News comes from Fort Meade thata
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day. Mr .and Mrs. II. S. Beard, parentsof others, like the place so well that lips.We styled as the old band as the nucleus I splendid rain on last Thursday afternoon -
Mrs..W. M. Davis, who have been they conclude to stay and be one of : think we detected symptoms of of this band is from the membershipof I broke the drought of several
Mr. J. J. Baldwin, of Anderson, S. spending the winter in Orlando, left us. I the return of the first Mr. Louis R. the old band. Prof. H. A. Newell,''I weeks' duration and came in good
C., was in the city last night looking i yesterday for their home in McLeans- and we shall be greatly disappointedif a very competent leader has held time to save considerable loss to

after business.Mr. i,boro, Ill. Mrs. J. Kammerrer, a sister of we are not able to announce him in weekly practice meetings, in which .orange growers by reason of the dropping
i i Mrs. F. V. Phillips and who has spent business and a return of his family nine or ten members have participated -II fruit.
and Mrs. G. W. Rines, of Apopka -! Philo. Sumpter, of Pittsburgh, Pa., several winters in Orlando, left yes- 1 to this city to abide with us the rest and they are all old experienced I _

were in Orlando yesterday on a is in the city and is about to close terday for her home in Nelson, Neb.,'of their days. players. In fact, they are filling I New York City aristocrats who have

business mission. i!a deal for a small tract of land for and will stop en route a few days in from five to six concerts a week for been in the habit of going to Reno

I truck farming and will bring his family Chicago. Mrs. Kammerrer loves Orlando A NEW GUILD FORMED dancing parties, and auction sales I and buying readymade divorces, had
Mrs. J. V. Pardee and children, I here in the fall. i very much and would remain I! The young men of the Cathedral They are all musicians capable of t one laid over them last week. One
Winifred and Jeanett, left yesterdayfor I
; later in the season did not business parish met with Dean Sherrod at the rendering classic music. I I prominent society woman who had
Mo.
Kansas City
,
: Mr. E. F. Anderson, who has been : interest call her north. Chapter House yesterday afternoon i I been divorced four times in New York

Miss Alice Jenkins-, head trimmer in::spending several months !in the_ city and organized an "Acolytes Guild," Dr. Bennett's office phone is No.227,.I went to Reno for the fifth, but was
left and who has grown very fond of Orlando Our friend George C. Lantenschlager of which, Jerold Hulbert is president; Brick Building, Orlando Sanitarium.: denied. This is a case of the pitcher
the Marion Ives millinery store, I I
yesterday for her home in Atlanta. { returns t ohis home in Greenville who has a nice winter home in Carl Dawson, vice president and Edgar -\ 5152w. I going once too often to the well.
I Ohio today. the Lake View district and whose Thompson, secretary. -
I
i home is near the National Military The object of the Guild is to aid I JURY DISAGREES Charles Elmer Smith, secretary and
Mrs. G. A. Pascitti, James Kincaid, Miss Ruby Wilson, Miss Ethel Day, home, Dayton, Ohio, sends booklet
us a in church work, and if the same en- member of the transportation com-
and Marion Kincaid, of Daytona, were j I Mr. Ray Starbird and Mr. Claude Day of views of the flood district, which thusiasm which marked the first Turner Andrews will have to be mittee of the Atlantic Deeper Waterways
guests at the San Juan last night. }!I of Apopka, motored over to Or- shows the tremendous distruction meeting continues, it will become an tried again as the Circuit Court Association, will arrive in Jack

!lando last evening and enjoyed the worked by the unbridled waters, and I active body.A 'Jury disagreed after having been out sonville in a few days to map out
SIr. and Mrs. J. W. Osteen, of Al- i splendors of Orlando theatres.Mr. it is a most pathetic picture. membership committee was ap- all night. The jury stood six to some of the hotel facilities of that

tamonte Springs, were in Orlando yesterday pointed also, to see the young menof six. He will be tried again Friday. city. This is to be done on account of
shopping and shaking hands L. G. Starbuck is now the duly Mr. W. W. Yothers, manager of the parish and interest them in Andrews stoutly maintains that he the record-breaking attendance whichis
with fritnds. appointed solicitor of Orange county knows nothing about the murder of I
the Government work.
Experimental station the I expected in Jacksonville at the convention
and has received his notification from (, in this city, went to Crescent City The boys are very enthusiastic over, Ed. Kelley. II of the organization which will
Mrs. D. B. Raybon has gone to! Governor Trammell to that effect. So, yesterday to treat trees for White Fly.It this work, and are already talking of! take place there November 1821. Several -
Hortnse, Ga., where she is called by that hereafter the criminal prosecu- is said that the fly is very bad in 'forming a baseball nine to play the Rev. W. H. Dodge, D. D., pastor of thousand visitors are expected to
the illness of her father. She will be tions will be under his direction. "!that section this year. Mr. Yothers teams of the other churches.A the Presbyterian church at Ocala, will be present at this meeting.
absent several weeks. I : is making a thorough study of the second meeting is to be held at be a delegate from the Suwanee Presbytery -

I The three reel features of the Col- subject and will make some well work. three forty-five this afternoon to at the great Presbyterian i
Ten Years After Gradua- out tests. These which all of the Episcopal ''I meeting in Atlanta this week. The i
Dr Bennett's office phone is No.227, lege Boys ted government experts young men
I '
Brick Building, Orlando Sanitarium.I tion, will be both amusing and interesting are a great help to grove parish are cordially invited and requested -I' meeting will open Thursday. The which four Paul A. Horn
5152w. at the Grand tonight. owners. to attend. : great bodies of Presbyterians f
I will be in the session at this time include I
CONTRACTOR and BUILDER
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Assembly. I i Box 624 Orlando, Fla

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MOTION PICTURES II II A story of three chums separating to meet again in ten FROM SEVEN TO SEVENTEEN

I! yertra-showing what a wonderful change a short time can

Pictures Changed Daily i ake. They meet under very peculiar circumstances and each DOLLAR AND A HALF AND UP

; is a surprise to the other. A splendid offering. .
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FIRST? SHOW, f < 7t5 P.M "!I' HJTEY AND THE CHORUS GIRL __________ YITAGRAPHThis AT

i SECOND SHOW, > M5 P.M j picture is great and will commend itself to all who
: know "Cutey"'and his ways. He: tries one of his tricks on the 5 SCRUGGS & DICKSON I

-. I i chorus girls, but it does not work out t. his' satWad_. V'

PRICES ALWAYS 5c. and lOc. i: This program cannot be excelled. {I THE MEN'S OUTFITTERS

4 6 The Grand shows nothing but ce sired and Keeled pictures Horn of Hart, Schaffntrand Marx Ctothfeig

i Always wholesome and new. t .
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Moor and Morocco. ,ltJ..
FOOTBALLS.They ,
Moor and :Morocco are words unknown r. M

to the people of that troubled
Are Not Made of Pigskin and the
"Bladder Are Rubber. land. These people know themselves Have Vacate this MonthAm
f as Arabs and descendants of those valIant -
When you refer to football players as
upholders of the prophet's green
pigskin cnasers.. state that Smitbly can
standard who swept like a flood across
boot the pigskin you display considerable north Africa at the time of the hegira.

ignorance said a member of a term The Morocco of the present day they e I MI Offering Men and Boys' Pants
which manufactures the spheroids used 1 ,
found who (
possessed by a sturdy race
on many of the big and little gridirons i claimed descent from the people who I 4 _/ Hats
For the football Is not made of pigskin --. % Caps Etc. at Half Price
were cast out of Canaan by Joshua. 4 ,
all. In fact of the lowly ,
at no pav :
the son of Nun. Their country, so far
but luscious porker eaters into Its
as its plains were concerned was tak
construction. en from them by the Arabs and their Any three ties in the house for $1.00
Football covers are made from the
fighting strength was made to serve
material that goes to make your best the Arab cause in the conquest of

shoes-calfskin. And only the very best Spain. They themselves gradually took A Vacation Hint ''III Lord & Taylor's Silk Half Hose
( grade of skin Is used for good balls. _.
to the mountains, to the great Atlas.
Cheap balls such as kids buy at the Here they have remained ever since Before you buy a railroad ticket 3 for
corner store are made of sheepskin.The pairs $1.00 .
speaking their own language maintaining for this or that summer resort,
bladder which is in the ball Is rub- their own customs and racial attributes come in and look at our MidSummer

ber.A and obstinately refusing to be Woolen line and let us make
where the
visit the greatest
to factory
absorbed the Arab dwellers
the
by on
number of footballs are timed out a cool Summer Outing Suit for

elicits more interesting informationFor Their plains.tongue These is people called are Shilban.the Berbers.Liter- ir ii you.We

instance a shop sage says that the ature they have none in the ordinarysense make a specialty of Nor- lid H1 CLARK ROBERTSON t T

reason the ball is called pigskin is that of the word but they hare a rich folks and will be pleased to I

In the old days a pig's bladder was store of oral tradition myth legend fiii show you a few of our latest

used to give buoyancy to the ball. The and folklore. i1 models.Men's .,....
bladder has been discarded and rubber tj t..
substituted.The I ;
Fees of the Lecture Platform. Fashion
.. regulation intercollegiate ball Shop
The palmy days of the lecture plat- i ttiMiiiitiimiiimiiimimiiiminiiTHE
weighs from thirteen and one-quarter form"-when were they? Most folks Hand Building
U fourteen ounces. The soccer ball {
would guess before the war, when \
weighs from thirteen to fifteen ounces Cor. Church and Orange OrlandoI"
Ralph Waldo Emerson demanded $5 j
Skins for football'covers are carefully
a night and a tip of four quarts of oats MARKETOf
and sent to the factory 1 IIIIHI II'' I) J
inspected are for bis horse or a little later when Eli I III 2J/i'/ 1111r- I :

after special treatment The Perkins used to say all be asked for .
lightest flaw in a hide means rejection. F. A.. M. E. .
was (fifty and my expenses --- -- --- .
). Wiser ones will point to the BOOSTERS Cleanliness Of Quality il
BUSINESS
In the cutting room skill is requiredto MmimmimiMMiMi .
time between 1872. when Henry Ward CLASSIFIED
prevent waste. Cutting is done with Beecber got his first $1.000 fee. and Business Boosters (classified advertisements 1 :

machinery. The cutter divides the hide 1890. when Major Pond paid Henry M. ) received after 10 o'clock, FRESH AND SALT MEATS

Into as many oval sections as possibleand Stanley $100.000 for 100 lectures. They midnight, will be run in the "Too Late II
sends the pieces to the girls who will dte Mark Twain. John B. Gough. to Classify" column.
take up the next stage, which consists P. T. Barnum and a long list of old Boosters of five lines, or less approximately THE ONE CIGAR THAT : FISH AND GAME
of carefully lining the leather with cot 30 words-one time, 25
timers that from II
got $500 to $1,000 a
in cents three times 50 one week Kept under the best sanitary conditions.
ton twill This is the only work night in that period and they will ; ;
trusted to girls. It is slow and must be tell you that those times have gone. (six daily and one wkly editions) EVERYBODY LIKES
$1.00; one month, $3.00. screened from the flies and fresh
done perfectly.The Maybe they have but the lecture Everything away kept

liners are stitched together on platform hasn't Individual fees are
FOR HIRE-Nice seven passenger and pure.
one machine and the covers on another. not so high but the business never touring car. Large and roomy.

From the last machine the covers come offered better chances to the would be 4-20 tf J. B. MAGRUDER.BUY We invite inspection and guarantee satisfaction. We have
and the better gradesare
wrong side out entertainer than right now.-Detroit BAWLEDSTRAIGHTS
reversed by hand. The cheaper are Free Press. a lot in Thornton Park, a nice everything in the Meat Line.

turned right side out by machinery. ._- suburb in east. part of the city. Carl
Turning a football cover by hand requires Jensen.
Of Course Not.

great strength. Some men do Mrs. Roby. the distinguished lady OAK HILL is the beautiful subdivision The PARLOR MARKET
else and result become exceptionally
nothing as a traveler and told Interesting
explorer some
to the Northeast of the city andI
wrist and Get the best !
of hand cigar at
strong stories of her experiences in still have some choice lots there. five
arm. I central Africa.In Carl Jensen. ; cents, the next time you
The rubber bladder is Inserted and I one of the villages through which want to smoke-judge for H. M. Self & Co.

when inflated the oval begins to look Mrs. Roby passed a leopard which WANTED position as manager, yourself.

like the finished product now seen on had killed several children was cap- caretaker and collector for non- .
many fields. but the ball .is not ready tured and appropriated by the chief resident property owners. By man of
J8-20 PINE STREET
experience who can give it close at
for delivery. It is stamped on a hot who kept it in his bed for several
tention. Address. Collector Senti
press and "worked" until its outer surface Mrs. visited the chief and ,
days. Roby nel. 4- Made in Orlando and sold
is ready for the klcto!. was shown the dead body of the leop- all dealers. Phone No. 80
by
Although the game has changed FOR SALE-New seven-roon house,

greatly the ball remains about the I ard."Why do you keep it?*.she asked. with all modern improvements.

acme as the old Rugby. "Because it is a king leopard" was $3,000. Will take automobile in part MMIMIMMMMMMMMMMMIMMMMiMMMMMMMmmmummmmmMiHH
I the reply. pay. Address Owner, care Sentinel. HMMMMMMMMMMMIl
A Famous Bell. tOn
"What will you do with itr was
the watchtower of the Vela, at I WANTED business partner in a
Mrs. Roby's next question.To .
business with well
there is manufacturing
the Albambra Spain a silver
which the chief replied tersely established trade. Need more capital .
toned bell which the Moslems rang asa
I
"Eat if"But and will take partner or will make a WELCOME TO
signal to let on the water in the gar
it smells most horribly" Mrs. stock with $15,000 to $20-
company
dens and the fountain In the city be In New Quarters
and in
Roby objected. 000 capital. Plant up to date
low. Its sound can be heard at Lia. excellent condition. Address Manufacturer ROYAL PALM
"I shall not eat the smell, the chief
thirty miles away. The maiden who I t I assured her. in care of Sentinel. tf
strikes It is sure of a husband before i

the year is out and of a good one if FOR RENT-Furnished, my cottageon BARBER SHOP .
she loud His Dose of Senna Tea. Lucerne Circle. Jas. A. Knox.
rings enough. On certain fete
"When landlady tells me that lei ,'- Ln-- We located in the
my Hyer
days it Is lively for the bell are now new
anything is good for me," said the FOR RENT-Five room cottage with Modern and Complete.
-- -- boarder "I always recall the halcyon all modern conveniences. Garage
& Davis Church
The Secret Out. Everything new, individual building on street.
days of my boyhood. There were occasions for auto, or horse and buggy. Apply
"Why are taxes so high this year? electric attachments at
then when, after eating 515 East street. 5-15 tf every I
pro-
demanded the Indignant citizen. fusely of green apples or other unripe chair. No stone has been left We are better prepared to fil all your
"Will consider it confidential If
you GROVES TAKEN CARE OF
vegetables, works became disor- unturned to make this shop
1 tell you why?" whispered th. clerk my i.
in the county treasurer's office. organized and caused me intense dis meet th erequirements of the wants in theHARDWARE

"Yes. sir" tress. At such times my mother step Plowing, mowing, team work, heavy most particular. Plenty of

"We need the ped into the imminent deadly breach hauling, etc. Having been engagedall room. Courteous attendants.
money.Cb1ca
with a remedy that was good for me. my life in caring for groves, I am LINE
Tribune "She had a partiality for senna tea.a prepared to please you. Satisfactionin ELIJAH WHITEHEAD,
line of work. L. M. HALL,
every
beverage which tastes like the interior Proprietor.
Good Guess. 608 Division street, Orlando, Fla.
of a Russian jail I had to swallow Ave. Orlando Fla.
Ethel-Maud was talking about yon 5.141 mo. Orange THE
this fluid until it to
was necessary put
before you came In. What do yon
I could hold it all, and
hoops on me so
think she said? Gossle- Really I FOR RENT-Modernly Equipped
haven't an Idea! Ethel-Good guest! for several days thereafter my mother house cheap to small family. Six HELMS HARDWARE
That's Just what she did say. continued to flood my insides with sen rooms, 201 West Concord Ave. Also

na tea always insisting that it was good cow for sale. Wm. L Coryell. -.......----,....- -
good for me. Now that I am an aged
Influence on Life.
People generally are what they are man I love peace better than anything FOR SALE-Full blooded Jersey cow COMPANYmmMMMMmiMMMmmiMMUMMMMH

made by education and company between else but I'll climb the frame of any fresh. Apply G. W. Rines residence When you want any of theEMERGENCYSUPPUES
gentleman who mentions tea to No.
Phone
senna Lakeville 'near Clarcona.
the aces! of fifteen and tWf"ntyfi
,-Cbtfl tt'rrteld. I me.-Walt Mason in Chicago News. :0-22: Apopka, Fla.
d & w 5-14 3t mentioned in
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FOR' SALE-Twelve acres south of JOHNSON &JOHNSON'SHandbook MiimmmMMMMMMMMMMMIMMiKeep

Lake Apopka under subirrigation
IT PAYS TO BUY OUR KINDWE system. One of the finest pieces in

Florida.' Was in lettuce and cucumbers Cool
,now has fine stand of corn. $500
per acre. In perfect condition. Write
HAVE THE BEST STOCKOF owner, G. M. Hord, Oakland, Fla.
12-1 w. ofFirst
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FOR RENT-Furnished house, seven AidHere

rooms, electric lights and telephone Fireless Cookers
SpringClothing included in rent. Toilet and bath. Big
yard. Will rent from June 1st to

October 1st for $15 per month.5-133t is the place to get AND

them. Call or 'phone.

If you have a house for rent, advertise -

in the Sentinel's classified column ELECTRIC
FANSTO
and get a tenant. DeLaney Drug'Co.


Ever shown. This stock includes Subscribe for the SentinelEVERYTHING 1- Orange Avenue, KEEP COOL WITH


REGAL SHOES, $3.50, $4.00,


$"'.It 50.will be a pleasure to show MIMMMMMmmillMj ELECTRIC[ IRONSAND TOASTERS[ S


you the difference between our I
1 -IN- Autos For Rent at - -
goods and others you may see. FOR COMFORTThBPIERCEElEC1RIC

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

must give you satisfaction.See I
L[ L L COin
our stock of STRAW Seven Passenger c.

HATS, SHIRTS, UNDERWEARETC. I
STEVENS DURYEA

., LIVE STOCKLAUBACH P HAND BUILDING


; Ride in a Good Car.'Phone .
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Brown & Lartigue



ORANGE, AVE. I burro The Street Grain, Phone Man. 18 _I II MMMMIIMMUMMMm i 34 i r Fatrullize ntin 1! Adveriie' .






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i ADDITIONSTO ABOUTCONCORD'asDCOLONIAL PARK PARK ,roLiiiO* O BANK K &TRUSTOOMPANY 1 Lucerne TheatreONE ,




Capital and Surplus and Undivided Profits $120,000.00.

Orlando, FloridaCONCORD r Total Resources over Three-quarters of a Million.

I THOUSAND SEATS
PARK I t Statement of the Orlando Bank and

Concord Park Addition was put on r _u u I i Trust Co, at Close of Business
.
the market in March, 1910, with one Sr i 4: f- I April 16th, 191J-The Seventh MOTION PICTURES
hundred and ninety-two lots; one hundred I' i I
and eighty have been sold to : Anniversary of
people from almost every State in
the Union. That they are all well !?j kir. ;--- IU Existence I'
satisfied is proved by the following U

facts In :March and April, 1910, the following : t "

we have persons offered purchased them their lots money, and i ,.- 4 RESOURCES THE[ SINWS[ Of W AR

back and 200 per cent profit: F. J. Loans and Discount.....$368,197.88

Smith, Petoskey, Mich.; C. G. Cham-L. 1 Overdraft .............. 922J2
[berlain, Los Angeles, Cal.; Wm. A thrilling Military drama of the Civil War.A .
Coryell, Green Bay, Wis.; Andrew +''a I Real Estate, Furniture
Harris, Whitehall, N. Y.; Alvin B. and Fixtures .......... 25353.44 touching picture of the great American conflict in
Meade, 233 Broadway, Brooklyn, N. i Stocks and Bondi u...u. 26,018.53
Y.; Alfred Tanner, Creston, Ohio; Lon I i ( Cash on hand and In Banks 86,267.61Total. two reels. These are pictures of real merit and should
D. S. Bardo,
Morrey, Leeper, Mich.;
Lapeer, Mich.; D. S. Bennage, Sharon, auqw.i,. interest the public. There will also be a social drama witha

Wis.; J. A. Morris, Charleston, Ga.; I ................1789,260.08 moral lesson in
great a
Mrs. E. W. Miller, Wilmington, Ohio;
L. D. Farr, 138 W. Bay Street, West ;+' t LIABILITIES
Chester, N. H. .
I
The following persons bought m Imo; ';, Capital Stock .u u u u$100,000.00 "Study of
the last two seasons. We and will 100 give I I V Surplus and Undivided : Sociology'1SPECIAL
them their back percent
money
eat es"te Profit .... I
profit: Charles W. Rowe, Keys- 4 u.u u u.u 24,14155
yule, N. Y.; W. H. Strode, Lancaster, -= r. Deposits ................ 665.115.58 I MATINEE 3 to 5 p. m. FIVE CENTS to all.
Ohio; J. W. Pulis, Ramsey, N. J.; : \ II II
1
Ion Perry, 109 Sweet McMillon, Alfred Avenue, Pa.;, E.Columbus S. Mil-, t Total ......u u...u$789160.08 ,, NIGHT 7:15 to 10:00

Ohio; Chas. H. Garvin, 207 Session. >>.
avenue, Hartford, Conn.; S. Waters, c : Entire Balcony, 5 cents to all-Lower Floor 10 cents.
Glens Falls, N. Y. Geo. S. Williams, --, .
;
I ,
Petoskey, Mich.; Ned Holt, Green Deposits April 4, IllS....1592,171.. .
Cove Springs, Fla.; Cornel Brannon, Deposits April 18, 1111... .,111.1I HMIMMMiMIMIHtlMHitlHIUMtllltMillMMtBuy

Fla.Orlando; H., Fla.I. Hick; J., B.Morris Long, ,Pa.Orlando; Mrs., United State Government, State and Cocmtj Depoettory. Increase in 12 days ....,.$.72, 89.88 :

Sara Williams, Ohio; B. Miller, An- I IFor I JItlHtitHtMIIMItHMItMimMMttltilMilMMH
gola, Ind.; Chas. Hanses, Franklin,
Pa.; H. N. Dickson, Orlando, Fla.; H.
H. Yowell, Orlando, Fla.; T. H. .
. Evans, Orlando, Fla., and many others -
Itoo numerous to mention. 1I1111111111111111111 Before You
You are at liberty to write any of .
the above people.
When Concord Park was put on the
market it had no lights or water and
W. M.
was considered quite a ways out but SLEMONS
as each house was built it brought it
nearer to the postoffice. The lots
were started at $200.00 and are selling -
today from $600.00 to $2,000.00. -


COLONIAL PARKThe Do you want to buy Men's Shoes-King Quality at 3.50, $4.00 or $5.00.

was opened coming for addition sale February to Orlando 15th,, Crosset Shoes at -4.00.Vomen's Tan Shoes at $3.50; Tan Pumps $3.50, GunMetal Consider Quality, Style,

this year. Sixty lots sold by April or Patent Leather Shoes or Pumps at $3.50Ve have new styles and
[first. A nice seven-room two-story
bungalow completed in twenty days best quality. Price, and then choose
from opening sale and contracts are
pending for the building of several

fall.more to Colonial be ready Park for will occupancy be another by Do You Want a Boys' Suit or Boys' Pants

Concord Park, in fact the location we
believe to be superior to that of Con- We have a new stock to select from. The Men's Suits that we sell made by Allen & Co.
cord Park. Colonial Park is locatedin
the northeast part of the city a Schloss Bros. are well known all over the country. They are worn by Lawyers,
short distance from Lake Eola, and is
bounded on the north by Colonial Doctors, Bankers, Merchants, Farmers, Skilled \Vorkmen and men who appre-

Drive which has just been opened ciate merit and correct style in the clothes they wear. We recommend them.
through the city, making it the long- JEWELERS
est thoroughfare in the city, and The brand is a guarantee of quality. It is a pleasure to show these clothes, and
leading to the Country Club and
Amelia avenue on the south with we invite every man who reads this paper to visit our store and look at them.
Concord avenue intersecting it. The Orlando FloridaLet
lots are high, and dry. We have 132 ,
lots left which will be sold for cash or Just Received Mens9 Mohair Suits
.
terms. Prices range from $150.00 to
$350.00, the same as in Concord Park :
until the addition is started. We will .
gradually raise the prices as we did
in Concord Park. : Us Regulate Your Watch
Now is, your chance to buy for a W. M. SLEMONS
home or for speculation. These lots I
will be sold to the better class only. :
We will be pleased to show you at iMIHtflMIIIIIIMIIIItltHMtMliMlllilfi EVERYFB1NG GUARANTEED
any time and you will be under no .,
obligations to buy. I
Colonial Park is owned by the Or- litliltlltlttMIIMIMMMMIIIMtliiilllHIMii .
ange County Investment Co. Dr. A. : t
J. Taylor, Carabou, Me.; President; ,
H. Carl Dann, Orlando, Fla., Vice-I IF YOU
WANT 1 1T
President; Geo. T. Barr, Greenville, : THE LATEST
S. C.; Secretary and Treasurer, and I
for sale by the Carl Dann Real Estate I THis Wall Board
Company, Office opposite Postoffice, : M
stairs. I
up

Just a Word About the City THE LINE OF UP TO DATE DRY GOODS CLOTHING, Saves Building Money!

These additions are in. Orlando has HATS AND SHOES, ALSO LADIES READY TO WEAR
twenty-five miles of cement sidewalks.

city More the paved same streets size in than Florida.any other Good DRESSES OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS COME TO E SALOMOJf. 100% Better and 50% Cheaper

schools and churches. More automo- SATISFACTION GUARANTEED OR MONEY
biles than any other city in the world Than PlasteringBeautiful
the same size. Good water, good REFUNDED.
lights, good people, solid banks, two and DurableYou
railroads, thirty.-six hotels and board-
ing houses. Orlando is the county nt plastering cost in half by
seat of Orange County and is a city of B. i I asing Bishopric Wall Board for walls
Salomon
8,000 energetic and progressive citi- Orlando and ceilings in your new house, and
zens. Be one of us and live in Colon get better results. "Bishopric" looks
ial Park, better, lasts longer and saves time in
building.

Detailed Information Write to :illllllMMMHMMMIIIIIIIMilllllllitllltlH IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII1rYOU $5,000 Anti-Warp Bond
or Call on the
"Bishopric"It the only wan board stiffened i
CARL DANK REAL ESTATE CO. e e e I S e e/ DID TOO BUTT with lath iron dried lath are imbedded In u .
.
Office Putoffice toughened Asphalt-Mastte and surfaced with r
P. O. Bos SSt Opposite
SAVE WILL MONEY THE IMPORTANCE OF KEEPING heavy fibre-board. Is moisture-proof rat-
proof sound-proof and fire-resistta?. WQ not
WRITE FOR GREEN BOOK + POSTED warp.shrink buckle or pull loose in any climate .
overbear
I bud
By getting prices on your a prominent +sn winter or summer. Our $5,000) Anti
dealer tay this morning to a pnsml- Warp Bond protects every customer. b,
When one is very sure of one'sposition Brick and Stone Work I* "How many things we have neat dtuen of Orlando, I salt bare '
one can e very snobbish. before building. I ,* proposed to do,how many planned bought land at $ .&8 ad 9&M bit Saves a Month's Time
I did not do it Comes In sheets ready for use. Goes oa .
Phone or Write I* yet how we loiter in oar noblest At the time be referred teI Mid dry. Just nail it to bare studding and It is
Castor oil is on the free list. It '* ready at once for any kind of decoration.Edges
I You be always for Orlando tereal
purposes may u Man MMred
meet evenly-no paneling needed. "BishopricBc&ta PluterInvestigate
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might be different if the kiddies were Acme Brick and successful if you do but set out acres of land fa Orange eomAj> fit Saves a month's time in bnildinz.
Il' the Sheets are 4 feet square. 16 sheets to tM
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ELOO bad
permitted to vote. per acre SUM BOW
well and let your thoughts and crate. Prices low. Anyone whd can drive Now
Works old in 10 and twenty acre tracto feiOfcOO nails can apply itGives
Stone practices proceed upon the right per acre, and b cheap at tfcbfffee. Look into this
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If it were not for the baseball method... .. Users moneysavingLasting '*.

games, life in Washington would be Maitland Florida You have often made up your What.were the Orlando people boy> Satisfaction bufldinz Any of the materiaL dealers .....'
la aitattumeiIf Gold ....
unbearable for some congressmen dur- mind to buy something for the Rinhif "It U with rr $pJN8I1 that! I writ*TOO la t. lamed below_ willgird
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JOG had bought land JOi arils to roar guaopnc Wall Board; al.o rooeagehich
the hot months. two of my brotben bare wd with more Ulan gladly show you thin
ing the home but have
person or put Jfurt jour profit You knew MM good result aid find It the hMdwrneat and beet wonderful non-warpmz,
off from time to time. ', time ago you profit on the miahf that moD r can bar. Tier hiv al.o Interwted a fire-resiitto. Wan Board. S>tfosflot.
doing so number of ttoir Inendi in rout eoodi,and ire more "'Bi. ,rk. ......
Uncle Joe Cannon has not sought a : FRANK HYER Then one day pick a week- stock, without having to figure t* it tUa pleated with rerelu."_ Learn how you can save time
you up If yon nave not yet' bought some H1!&A3QUL HUES: Ktt.t Second Bfc,Lima 0. aDd money bJ u1z it. See your dealer today
job as contributing editor, but is nev- : Manufacturer of Artificial old paper and discover some especially Orlando or Orange etucty property,

er-heless writing some very interest- :: Stone, Fancy Columns and worth-while offer of the there b still opportunities for large ..'I For Sale by
jmg things for publication. Ornamental Work ,* very thing'you needed. profits, and I can ahaw'fOU.
: I can sell you something that will
: Livingston and RailroadMr. I* This emphasizes the importance make you money but your gold min
"What a pity it is that the ingen- mcn of keeping posted on when and ing stock will not buy it. Orlando' Novelty WorksThe

uity and daring displayed by the boys :. 1 how to buy to advantage. Grasp Call and see me.

.who escaped from the county jail your opportunities by reading the CARL JANSEN,
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not be diverted to better use. Underwood ought to impose a advertisements in THE SENTINEL Office over Dickson & Ives, Orange
could -
the English milli- : Avenue, Orlando, Fla. Mastic Wall Board and Roofing Mfg. Co., Cincinnati Ohio
prohibitive duty on carefully day. I (102)
every The banks and the business men of
She who.1ooketh upon a man's neckties taut methods which Mrs. 0. H. P. Bel- S e a t e e t 1 1 e 1 e'' Orlando know me, if you do not, ask

with the thought to advise him mont threatens to import. .I them.

of their style and color hath already WALL BOARD
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MIMMMtliMHitttillllll HMIIIIIIIIMM ,i INTERESTING' MEETING OF SUFI =
I FRA LEAGUE
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Louis C. President.
Massey, The regular monthly meeting of

I the. Equal Suffrage League was held
T. Pktoa Warlow. Vfc .Pm.Bowud L WMsrs 80.E c.bIIr r
C. Babcock Art CuUcr Samuel A.Newell Au't Cukkr I in Unity Chapel yesterday morning
: and; a large number of ladies were in
I attendance.

THESTATE I, The presirent, Mrs. J. C. Paterson,
What is theCHRISTMAS
: presided. After the reading of the

: roll call and minutes, reports were
given by the corresponding secretary
the; treasurer and from the chairmanof .
BANK the Legislative Committee.Rev SAVING

Mary Safford, who, with Mrs. .
Victor Starbuck, was sent by the Or-
lando League as representatives to
of Orlando the; Legislature, was requested to CLUB ?
: make a report of the visit to Talla

_u..u_ hassee. Miss Safford replied that she
had not had opportunity to write an

THE OLDEST BANK IN THE CITY :. account of her work there, but wouldbe Merely a number ol people who arrange to systematicallysave
glad to give an informal talk on
: the subject certain odd pennies each week with the positive as-
-AND .
II Miss Safford is a gifted lecturer, surance that they will receive a check two weeks before
and her description of the experiences -
Bank which transacts more business than Christmas for have saved.You
The of the committee sent to the State every penny they .

any Bank between Jacksonville and Tampa : Capitol was most interesting and
II I was followed by the earnest atten-
I tion of her audience.At .
The large patronage of this Bank has been built up : Jacksonville Miss Safford and

during twenty years by conducting its business on sound I Mrs. Starbuck were joined by Mrs. can save any amount from 2 cents a week up.
Cooley, vice-president of the Suffrage
banking principles with careful attention to the legiti : of that
League city, and two other
mate wants of customers. The confidence of the public I delegates. Miss Rankin, a young The 2 cents the first \

lady, who has accomplished much for $11
is reuected in the large amount of deposits. the cause was already at Tallahassee, week "club" nets you .

Average deposits First Quarter of 1913, $900,000. having been sent by the National

Association. The day after their arrival -
Miss Rankin introduced the

FOUR PER. CENT PAID ON SAVINGS ACCOUNTSOur committee to a number of senators I
and representatives, with whom the : IT IS WORTH WHILE !
delegates talked briefly in the inter- II
ests of the bill. Although very cour- I
correspondent banks are located in every part of I
teous, Miss Safford said that these
: Call at the Christmas Savings Club Window and let us explain it more fully,
the world and include some of the largest Banks in the men were more inclined to respect
them as ladies rather than because of :. or better still join some club now.
United States. the motive which brought them there. .

The argument which was listened to .

44 with the most interest was that of
------ -- --- --- -- the woman's place in the home, that

MRS. HAUSELT ENTERTAINS AT ; CONCERT AT NORTH I., she was needed in all homesMunicipal 1he Peoples National Bank

BRIDGE HIGHLANDS State and National. ,

The delegates were given a hear-
Two delightful parties were givenat Everyone was delighted by the bril- ing in the House of Representatives, "It is a pleasure to serve you."
the "Summerlin" yesterday by a liant performance of Miss Agnes Hill and although they had understoodthat

popular hostess, Mrs. Edward Haus- Tuesday evening. She reflects great it would be private, they found
elt, who entertained both in the afternoon credit upon herself and upon her instructors the entire hall crowded with listeners. -
and evening for her cousin, at Rollins College. She Addresses were made by Mrs. t4 1iiif

Miss Estelle Fox. brought out the exquisite beauty of Starbuck, Miss Anderson, Miss Ran- =
Auction Bridge was played, eight the two famous Chopin numbers and kin and Miss Safford, which were re- t4 IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII"'IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII"I'O'1" .
tables of guests being invited for each for the encore, she exhibited her ver- ceived enthusiastically by the audit
occasion.In satality to advantage. This was the ence. A vote was taken immediatelyafter
tha afternoon the prizes, a cut movement (Faschingsshauk) from the the speeches which resulted ina
glass vase, a dainty pin-cushion, anda Vienna Scenes by Schumann. She tie.
deck of cards were won by Mrs. played without notes and showed no After Miss Safford's return to Or- THE BID I W.IT! T R

Joseph Bumby, Miss Sara Slemons, nervousness whatever. lando she received a telegram say-
and Miss Robert Howe. At the con- Miss Johnny Marian Smith was es- ing that the bill would be given a sec- .
clusion of the game, delicious home- pecially effective in the first number, ond hearing, and she again made the
made cream and cake were served. a ballad, by Gounod and was warmly trip to Tallahassee. Mrs. Starbuck
Mrs. Hauselt is noted for her suc- applauded. She responded with a : was unable to return. The bill was
cess with flowers as well as for her song called "The Opal," by Von Ahn I read a second and a third time before 4 BIG SPECIALS
prettily planned parties, and the draw- Carse. Miss Smith is gifted also as the House, after which many speeches 4
ing rooms and verandas of her home a pianist. Two weeks ago she covered against it were made by repre-
were decorated with many splendid herself with glory by her beautiful sentatives. When the matter was put
specimens of potted plants. interpretation of Grieg's Peer Gynt. to avote, five votes of the nesessary
Salad, sandwiches, wafers and co- Mrs. Murphy sany several charac- three-fiifths were lacking.
coa were the refreshments for the teristic French songs and for an encore There is still a possibility of the
evening. sang the gay little French game bill being introduced into the Senate
and dance, "Sur Le Pons d'A vignon." and Miss Safford considers the tripa !
Mrs. Ernest Wade "Scara- rtlip in
MRS. GORE HOSTESS gave success even though no immediate
mouche by Chaminade and a num-i results were obtained. ,

The members of the Twentieth Cen- bre by Massnet. In these she added After Miss Safford's address, Mrs I

tury Club were pleasantly entertained popularity to the selections and to Patterson, who has recently returned .
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herself as well. As an encore, she from New York I
yesterday afternoon by Mrs. EldonH. showed the League ,
graciously presented a talking piece. a number of .
Gore at her cozy home on Anderson pretty suffrage emblems
street. At the close of the meet- by Hoffman. She played the accom- pennants, banners, badges, pencils and i No. 1. SHOES SHOES SHOES
paniments with as much
expressionas
ing, whinch was well attended, Mrs. post-cards, and gave a delightful talk .
if she herself were singing. of her
visit
Gore served dainty refreshments. to the National Suffrage .

ATTENTION, U. D. C. 1 inspiring Next Tuesday thoughts she of Mozart will give and some she headquarters.In closing.Mrs. Patterson tenderedher i: Don't miss this great opportunity to buy Zigler Bros., Wichest

always plays with adequate technique.This resignation as president of the & Gardner's Famous Brand Shoes in Gun, Metal Patent
will be ,
treat. Mrs.
a Preston local League. This
The regular meeting of the U. D. C. was accepted with
will take place next Saturday at 3:30 Boyd will also play a Bitch number deep regret, as Mrs. Patterson has Leather and Tan In Pumps, Oxfords and
and a Schumann. Reverend AlfredT. her
at the home of Mrs. B. G. by splendid judgment and deep
has been again postponed AbernethyIt on account Rickert will give an informal talk: interest 'done much for the establish Eclipse Ties $3.50 to $4,50 values. For 3
of convention at Ocala. upon "The Elevating Influence of the ment and permanent succes of the or $1 98

MRS. 0. P. LIKINS, Best Music." Reverent and irreverent ganization.Nine days only .
music in the
Sunday school books
new names
were placed on the ,
Recording Secretary.
will be treated in a paper by Mrs. roll yesterday morning, and there i ia is
Murphy, with vocal illustrations from prospect of many more being addedat No. 2, 1000 yds. Lawn Organdie and No, 3, 800 yds. Suesine Silks. Latest

QUIET WEDDING both classes.. the next meeting. Flaxon, Plain White Black and White Evening Shades Plain and Fancy

\ Stripe, Floral and Persian Designs, Patterns, 30c. to 40c. value. For 3
Yesterday morning, Miss Mary Cull TRAPPED AND KILLED
TODAY
of Detroit, Mich., and Mr. S. B. Self, AT COUNTRY CLUB 15c. to 20c values. For 3 days only days only
w
of Winter Park, were married at the
The gates of the Country Club Revenue Men in Pike County Led to
Catholic church by Father Fox.
swing outward today and the publicis 23c
.,. The mother of the groom, Mr. and invited to come in. Slaughter 12 l-2c yd. yd.
Mrs. Horace Self, of this city and The Telephone messages received here
hospitality of the Club in
Mr. L. M. Stripling, were the only these Sunday evening recount a terrible
opening up beautiful groundsfor
witnesses of the slaughter of Revenue
After a tour of ceremony.the East Coast, a day with of recreation should be accepted County in which two men men, John in Slone Pike No. 4. 500 yds. Lawns. Plain White and Floral 11Patterns
appreciation. This is
Mr. and Mrs. Self will make their of the pleasant spots of Orlando,one intended and and Marion Ramey were shot down 12 l-2c. to 15c. values. For 3 days only C y d
home in Winter Park. killed outright and J. Mart Pot
wholly for enjoyment and
ter so severely wounded that all chances
here one may go and relax from the
WHO for life seems to be
him.
against
busy activities of life. It is to be
Potter was shot three times in the
hoped that Orlando
people will
Much speculation has been aroused with well filled baskets and enjoy go a back and one of his arms literally] N. P. TOWELL
among Orlando's "younger set" over i day of real old fashioned rest and torn from his body. The latest advices
the news of a wedding, which, if we picnicing.This received were that Marshal Potter
are to believe Dame Rumor, is to take I institution is exceedingly had been brought to the Eeast.ernKentucky

place in June. As both parties are ular with our winter guests> and pop-our Hospital at Elkhorn City, -.
well known here, it will be quite sur- home three miles from the battle ground. ,
people should make it a
popu-
prising if they succeed in departingon ular A noted moonshiner, Dave Hall and
resort during the
summer where I FAVORITE
their "honeymoon" without the they come together several negro pals, are reported to The Times;Union says: "Exactly half as many as were provided for THEATRE TODAYA
may as friends "
knowledge of their friends. and neighbors and know each other have done the shooting. Reports say 300 orphan, homeless, neglected, abused during all of last year.
better and enjoy each other more. that a woman a sister to Hall led the I delinquent and defective children A great three reel feature!
Life is too brief to devote the slightest All aboard for the Country Club. Revenue men up to the place where the Children's The Atlantic Coast Line has boughta "Through Trials To Victory," Grea,
attention to contribu- the shooting took have been referred to Northern-a high class dramatic ]
anonymous place either for I tract of land comprising 128 acres play
tions, whcih come to our desks onlyto criminal purposes or otherwise. Martin Home Society of Florida for care dur- produced in Denmark.This .
Some men wait until they learn first four months of the pres- two miles of Tampa along its own magnificent
be immediately consigned/ to their Potter is a son of Uncle Abra- ing the production will be
proper place :-the waste basket.A what there is in it before making up ham Potter, a good citizen of this ent year, being an average of seven- tracks and on the trail will put in shown one day only. I
their mind. county and a brother to W. H. Potter, tyfive children per month. This is the miles of sidetracks, making one of the Must be seen to be appreciated.

city ordinance makes it unlaw- one of our best business men, while largest number of children ever cared most complete railway yards in flor- Special matinee 2 to> 5 p. m.
ful to beat rugs in Buffalo, N. Y. The Its easy for any man to raise the Ramey is a cousin to Adam Q. Rameyof for in four months by the home so- ida. The' land is said to be well Night 7 to 10. Five cents to all.
members of that Council must be; dust by sitting down in the average our town.-Whitsbury, (Ky.) ciety since the work was organized adapted to the purpose for which it I .

home bodies. i railroad coach seat. i Mountain Eagle. over ten years ago, and is more than was purchased. Subscribe for the Sentinel

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