The daily sentinel
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Title: The daily sentinel
Uniform Title: Daily sentinel (Orlando, Fla.)
Alternate Title: Daily South Florida sentinel
Physical Description: 1 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: Josiah Ferris
Place of Publication: Orlando Fla
Creation Date: May 17, 1913
Frequency: daily (except monday)
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando
Coordinates: 28.533611 x -81.375833 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1913.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 1, no. 269 (Dec. 20, 1913).
General Note: J.F. Schumann, editor.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 4 (Feb. 14, 1913).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Central Florida: Florida Digital Newspaper Library
Holding Location: University of Central Florida: Florida Digital Newspaper Library
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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Direct Service, Postal Telegraph until a. m. PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING EXCEPT MONDAY Orlando-Progressive tenter of the Stall.








to the Sentinel to the SentinelSt. Atlanta, Ga., May 16.-New mod- : Washington, May 10.-Secretary Tallahassee, May 15.-Gov. Tram- New York, May, 16.-Action toward
Key West, Fla., May 16.Rival' Louis, Mo., May 16.Delegates erators were elected by both the I Bryan returned from New York early 1 mell has approved the following acts criminal prosecution for forgery

aviators, Rosillo and Parla, announced to the Southern Baptists' Convention Southern and Northern Presbyterian I today and was at his desk long before' and filed them with the secretary of I a canvass of the neighborhood of the

tonight that they will begin their spurned the offers of property worth assemblies at their sessions in Atlanta the cabinet meeting ,at which he was state: new Friedmann Tuberculosis Institute

fights tomorrow morning in an at- $50,000 and ignored recommendationsof I Thursday afternoon. jto j present the reply of the Unite< An act to amend Chapter G374 of : resulting in a call for a meeting of

tempt to win the ten thousand dollar the committee on permanent arrangements -! Dr. J. S. Lyons, pastor of the First I States to Japan's protest against the the Laws of Florida, acts of 1911, the protesting property owners tonight

prize offered for the first aviator to for a meeting place, in Presbyterian church of Louisville, Ky., I California land legislation. same being an act to legalize and vali and an excited dispute over free treat

fly from Key West to Havana. Rosillo nanimously voting to hold the next was elected by the Southern assem- I It is probable steps will soon be date a call for an election and an ment for the poor between Dr. F. F.

-will use a Moissant monoplane and convention in Nashville, Tenn., during bly on the fourth ballot, there being taken to publish the text of the election held in pursuance of such call Friedmann, the Berlin specialist and

Parla will use a Curtis hydroplane. today's session, at the Third Baptist four other nominees.The I I Japanese protest, though that maybe in the town of Milton, Santa Rosa Moritz Eisner, who made the deal

White testing his monoplane some church. election of Dr. Stone was quitea deferred until the answer of the county.. Florida for the purpose- of determining with---- -EViastmonn----.-.-.... In-- .morbnt..-....... 41.n...'" 1..11....&..
days ago, Rosillo broke his propeller. j I) Citizens of Chattanooga, Tennessee surprise as he was a "dark horse" I United States has been delivered.. whether or not said town serum, were the main incidents yesterday -

A new one arrived today from New I offered the Baptists ten acres of not having been mentioned as a candidate -i Although frequent inquiries from the should issue certain bonds, and' to legalize in the rivalry of the Friedmana

York, but was found to be ground and a suitable auditorium of unti! after nominations were in-j Japanese j Ambassador indicate a disposition and validate the bonds issued and Sturm vaccine camps.

factory and Rosillo was unsatis-j estimated value of $50,000 or more, vited. He was placed in nomination I to press the negotiations,li in pursuance of said election.An Neighbors of the institutes at Ont

one thousand dollars to a Havanna if five annual meetings were held by William T. Ellis, of Philadelphia,I i probably in recognition of the state act to legalize and validate a Hundred and Thirt street and West

firm for a propeller which reached him I there during a period not exceedingseven in a vigorous and almost sensational iof public mind in Japan, yet diplomatic call for an election, and an election End avenue, were stirred to activity

tonight. Rosillo said tonight that he years. speech. Mr. Ellis urged the assemblyto ;j practice warrants allowance of held in pursuance of such call in the yesterday by the arrival of an incubator

would leave at 5:30 in the morning elect Dr. Stone as an effective pro at least several days for the delivery town of Milton, Santa Rosa county, and of a safe so big that a par-

.and eat breakfast in Havanna. The POWER PLANTS UNDER GUARD test against "ecclesiastical politics." |; of the State Department's answer. Florida, on the 26th day of April, A. lor window had to be unsashed to admit

distance is about ninety miles from Prior to the election it was generally I President Wilson's announcementthat D., 1910, for the purpose of determin- it. House to house inquiries disclosed

Key West to Merro Castle, Havanna, Paterson, N. J., May 16.-All power believed that Dr. Maitland Alex- there are to be no movements of ing whether or not said town should unanimous opposition to the institute -

.Cuba. plants in Paterson are under guard ander, pastor of the First Presbyterian -' troops or ships that could be con- issue certain bonds and to legalize at that corner and the malcontents -

today; in view of threats of a general church of Pittsburg, Pa., had the nected with the situation is expectedby I and validate the bonds issued in pur- appeared to William B. Ellison

LAKE MOHONK CONFERENCE strike made by speakers yesterday at best chance of being named moderator official circles to be constructed as suance of said election.An Former Corporation Counsel, who Iiesat

ON INTERNATIONAL ARBI- the meeting of the striking silk mill 'of the Northern assembly, and there i Ievidence of his conviction that the act to establish the municipalityof One Hundred and Fourth street, to

TRATION workers called to protest against the 'I had been much criticism of the sever issue can and will be adjusted byi I St. James City, Florida, to authorize organize a meeting. Arrangementswere

conviction of Patrick Quinlan, Indus- al pre-election campaign. diplomacy. its issuance ob bonds; to provide then made for a meeting tonight

Mononk Lake, N. Y., May 16.- trial Workers of the World leader, Southern AssemblyThe |I i So far, the order has not interfered for and to organize a commission form I in the Hotel Marseilles, One Hundred

Charlemarge Tower, of Philadelphia,1 found guilty of inciting riot. election of a moderator for the: t with the plan to send some coast ar- of government to fix its territorial and Third street and Broadway.The .

former Ambassador to Germany, pre ; Ten thousand strikers and sympathizers Southern Presbyterian assembly was; tillery troops from San Francisco to limits and to prescribe its jurisdiction protest will be made not onlj

sided over this morning's session of at the protest meeting, cheered gone into at 3:45 o'clock Thursday'I reinforce the garrison in Hawaii. But and powers. on the ground that the institute there

the Lake Mohonk Conference on In madly when Adolph Lessig, one afternoon. There were five nomina as the movement is in execution of An act to abolish the present municipal would be a general nuisance, but also
ternational Arbitration which of those indicted, advised them to "tie tions. of the of
beganits They were: I comprehensive plans for permanent government town because children would be in danger
sessions here on Wednesday. The up every garage and street car line I Dr. A. M. Fraser, pastor First t garrisons in the insular possessions Eustis, Lake county, Florida, and to of contamination, as consumptives

subject for discussion before ,the con in the city and put out all the lights,I Presbyterian church of Staunton, Va. and in the canal zone, outlined by the organize a town government for the would constantly pass among them.

ference this morning was that of for a couple of nights." Dr. J. S. Lyons, pastor of the First general staff last fall, and approved same and to provide its jurisdictionand Dr. Maurice A. Sturm, in the Hotel

"Panama Canal Tolls." The principal Quinlan predicted that "Big Bill Presbyterian church of Louisville, Ky.. by former President Taft and former powers; to erect the same into Ansonia last night, instructed Jacob

addresses were made by Mr. Tower Haywood, Lessig, Carlo Trasko and< Dr. W. M. McPheeters, professorat Secretary Stimson, before there was I an independent road district of Lakecounty. I. Weiner, his attorney, to prosecutethe

Thomas Raeburn White, of Phila Elizabeth Gurley Flynn would also Columbia Theological seminary, of" any suggestion of friction with Japan' person responsible for a letter

delphia; Hon. Joseph R. Knowland, be "railroaded by perjuring police." Columbia, S. C. !Jit is believed that its execution will An act to provide a municipal government purporting to be signed by Sturm, admitting ,

member of Congress from California; He advised a boycott of all merchantswho Dr. W. McF. Alexander, pastor Pry,! not be_ a violation of the President'sinstructions for the town of Waldo in Ala- that he knew nothing aboaV

Don C. Seitz, business manager of advertised in newspapers which Ionia Street Presbyterian church of of yesterday. chua county, Florida. the formula for the turtle vaccine for

the New Qork World, and Emory R. did not favor the Industrial Workersof New Orleans, La. j The administration has been trying An act regulating the hunting of tuberculosis, brought here from Berlin

Johnson, Professor of Transportationand the World. Dr. R. C. Reed, professor at Columbia ito I discourage war "scares" by every deer, turkey, quail and other wild by Dr. F. F. Friedmann. Photographs -

Commerce at the University of Haywood said there were others Theological seminary, of Colum. I possible means as was evidenced by game in the county of Jefferson, state of the alleged letter had been

Pennsylvania.me ready to take his place if he went to bia. S. C. !executive disapproval of an order last of Florida. nrpsrrihinfr the__ time__ when....... Jriven to ronnrta-re....!, ._....,..1Q".... !- .L._ ___h
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-" suoject 01- -Air.- -lowers address- prison. Dr. Lyons was nominated on the!'I'week for the immediate dispatch from 1 1 the same "The Treaty Obligations of "We are out for the eight-hour work fourth ballot. | :New York
was the to Norfolk of the subma- 'therein; providing for license or per- "Call on me for a bond in any sum
United States'Relating to the Panama day and we are going to get it, and :I II I rine flotilla. I mit to non-residents therefor; and Hotel Majestic.that .

Canal." Mr. Tower said in part: no court in New Jersey can declare A HARMLESS BOMB j prescribing the penalties for the vio- may be necessary to push the

"The Clayton-Bulwer treaty was our law unconstitutional," said Hay- DEMOCRATIC NATIONAL COMMITTEE I.I lation thereof.An prosecution," said Dr. Sturm to his

signed at Washington on the 19th of wood. "Yes, I tell you, we are goingto London, May 15.-A so-called mm-I: TO MEET act to provide for the assess- lawyer. "Neither the signature nor

April, 1850, became the foundationfor get eight hours this year, and next ;tant suffragette "bomb" wah ment and collection of the back taxes the body of the letter is in my hand
the understanding between year we will strike and demand six otside the national which "
our- day gallery, writing.
j Washington, May 16.Plans for for the town of Winter Park and for i
selves and Great Britain and provided hours as a work day and we will contains invaluable
j getit art treasures and! The
,the next campaign will be discussed the collection of the back taxes and writing and samples
for an absolute equality between themin too." is in the very center of London on.at a meeting of Democratic national tax sales certificates of said town. of Dr. Sturm's original manuscripts
regard not only to the protection I Trafalgar Square. I did
I committeemen here tomorrow. The An act authorizing the not look alike.
which they united to give to an inter- FLORIDA POSTMASTERS RECOMMENDED I- The machine consisted of a tin can members of the executive committeeare missioners of Lee county, Florida'to
oceanic'communication that should be filled with live cartridges wrapped ina UNDERWOOD
Representative A. Mitchell Pal- BOOMED
employ an attorney at law to
established, but also formally declared of The It labeled prose-
copy Suffragette. was -
mer, of Pennslyvania; Cato Sells ,of cute persons charged with violating -
that both Governments should approve Washington, May 16.-President "pills to break the windows of Texas; Fred Lynchr of Minnesota; the law, before the county judge and Friends Believe Tariff Bill Will Make

of any charges or conditions of Wilson today sent the following Flor the national gallery." There was no I I Clark Howell, of Georgia and Homer I- justices of the peace of Lee county, Him Popular Candidate

traffic-that is to say, tolls-that ida postoffice nominations to the sen- mechanism of any kind connected Cummings, of Connecticut. Florida, and as legal advisor of said Special to the SentinelWashington

might be imposed and that no such ate: Eva R. Vaughn, at Century; William with the explosives, and the "bomb"was The purpose is to talk over what county.An D. C. May 16.-Representative
tolls shuld be imposed in fact, which R. Roesch, at Eau Gallie; Samuel therefore, like many previous, steps should be taken in connection Oscar W. Underwood's
had not the act to amend section 27 of
approval and consent of harmless. ,
J. Giles, at Carrabelle; P. S. Cogginsat quite I with or independently of the Democratic friends have started to boom him for
both governments." Chapter 4656, Laws of Florida, en
I the
Madinson. congressional committee, look- presidential nomination in 1916.
titled "An act to and
'S incorporate establish -
Congressman Wilson has secured 'I ing to effective, united work in the They assert that tariff bills have
NEARLY AXPHIATED a municipal government for
'the nominations of C. W. McAilney, congressional fight of two years hencein the of Milton made presidents and that Mr. Under-
town its Santa Rosa
of Blountstown, to be door keeperin Washington, D. C., May 16.-Senator which the national committee mem wood will come to the front on thebill
Special to the Florida its
SentinelPhiladelphia county, provide government
the House of Representatives.Mr. Kern's resoltion for an investigation bers contend that passed the House
Pa. they are just as much lately.
May 16.-With a and prescribe its jurisdictionand
of conditions in the West *
gold medal, awarded him McAilney reached Washingtonthis Virginia interested as in the national election : They are backing Mr. Underwood,
by Congress, powers and to establish the present -
coal strike the unfinished
zone was
morning and immediately ni 1916. in the belief that
clasped in his hands assum President Wilson
Caspar Knobel, corporation of said town. Approved
business before the Senate when i it
ed the duties of his office. As a member The executive committee will will abide by the intent of the
70 years old, last of a band of four confer June 2, 1897. Relating to levy-

teen cavalrymen who captured Jefferson of the doorkeeper's force at the ,confident met today that and vote some would senators be reached were with President Wilson during- the :.....n'" -o w cnool,, ._. few._.. _for_. tlio..... ,novmont,_/..."'.... nt"'.. timore convention platform which de-
Davis, President of the Confed-l national capitol, it will be his duty a I day and later with RepresentativeLloyd bonds and interest coupons thereon.An declared in favor of a single term.
I before Senator Goff
to help order and adjournment. op- of Missouri These friends
eracy, was found unconscious in preserve subdue chairman of the of Underwood are
his the resolution act to amend section 8, of Chap-
those who posing was ready to I
room today, with might become unruly or Democratic congressional committee, confident the Underwood tariff bill
gas flowing from conclude argument against its adop ter 6410, of the Laws of Florida, acts
several jets. Knobel was rushed to a disposition at any time to and other officers of that organization will prove acceptable to the country
tion. of 1911, entitled, "An act to abolish
the hospital and after the surgeons make trouble. ,regarding increase of the representation the present municipal government of and will grant relief to the masses
had worked over him I of senators on the congressional from the heavy burdent of taxation.
they expressedthe BASEBALL RESULTS IN THE BIG the to\frn of Welaka in the county of
belief that he LABOR TROUBLES IN CINCINNATI committee.
might recover. LEAGUES Putnam, state of Florida, and to establish -
He is believed to have become de- organize and constitute a mu- FEAR A GENERAL RAID
spondent of lack r WHAT WILL THE ANSWER BE!
on account
money. Special to the Sentinel. nicipality to be known and designatedas -
(Special to the SentineL NationalPhiladelphia the town of Welaka, to define its Special to The Sentinel

MUNICIPAL BAND ORGANIZED J Cincinnati, Ohio, May 16.-Rioting I 10; Chicago, 4. Special to the Sentinel'D. C. territorial boundaries, to provide for Paterson, N. J., May 16.-Believing
Washington, 16. Tentative
between strike breakers May -
employed on Brooklyn, 6; St. Louis, 5.New its jurisdiction, powers and privilegesand that if the Industrial Workers of the
reply of the United States
to the
the street and
cars striker
A number of young men and good sympathizers York, 7; Pittsburg, 4. earnest of for the exercise of same. World succeed in their avowed purpose
protest Japan against the
which resulted in injury of two I of cutting off the
Boston Cincinnati rain.American light of Paterson
sized boys met last evening ni the boys and the arrest of ,, California alien land act, was drawn An act to repeal Chapter 5361, of -
scores this af- and preventing the
City Hall for the purpose of organiz ternoon is followed today at a long meeting of the cabinet the Laws of Florida, 1903, Chapter I operation ed
ing a new band in Orlando. The by quiet tonight. St. Louis, 2; Boston, 3. Whether this reply will be sent 5540, of the Laws of Florida, 1905, trolleys, a general raid on propertywill
trouble started in the heart of I Chicago, 7 New York, 0. I I follow, residents of this city have
The organization was perfected and the where ; !at once in compliance with instance Chapter 5848, of the Laws of Florida,
the city a strike breaker club-|I Cleveland, 5; Philadelphia, 8. I I engaged large numbers of private detectives -
following officers were elected: ed Charles demands made by the Japanese Ambassador 1907, Chapter 6100 of the Laws of
L Branham, president; E. S. Werner, Within Gibbs, sixteen years old.I I Detroit, 5; Washington, 2. in his five recent visits to Florida, 1909, and to abolish the gov-I to guard their homes and
a few minutes hundreds of I South Atlantic .. places of business from the strikers.As .
vice-president; P. H. Dennison, secretary had |the White House and the State Department ernment 01 tne city 01 st fetersburg|
A. persons gathered. Bricks and Savannah, 8; Jacksonville, 0. a fitting climax of today of turmoil
; Vivian, treasurer; W. H. other missiles I will be delayed until Governor under the above laws, and to establish -
were hurled at the Columbus 2 Albany 1. II during which the
Starkey, director. street : ; I' Johnson signs the bill. Bryan.. the commission form of govern- strikers dyna-
The cars were huddled strike Macon, 2; Charleston, 1. mited the house of a "scab" and
Municipal Band which for the
was the breakers. refused to hint the nature of either ment city of St. Petersburg,
name selected, starts out with an en Charles Carolina League the protest or reply.It Florida, to prescribe its jurisdictionand fought a bloody skirmish with the
rollment of twenty members. Morgan, age seventeen, was Raleigh, 7; Greensboro, 1. its police, Pasaie county late this afternoon -
shot in the cheek by a stray bullet Winston-Salem 2 Durham 6. powers. handed down
They will meet ; seventy indictments
Tuesday and Fri
,day nights for rehearsals.This but was not believed to have been Ashville-Charlotte, rain. used to be said that every per- An act to organize and establish a against strikers and strike agitators.
seriously injured.No son had to eat a peck of dirt duringhis county court in and for the countyof Unlawful asemblage was the charge

cars were operated tonight, although WEATHER REPORT lifetime in order to be healthy. Palm Beach; to prescribe the terms a'nd among those indicted was Cad

is a mighty inconsistent world. the traction officials declared And now comes the reformers and thereof, to prescribe its jurisdictionand Tresca, leader of the Industrial Work-

When people make it hot for us, we additional cars had been operated. Florida-Fair Saturday except say we must not eat and dirt at all powers, to provide for the ap- era of the World organizers.

.declare this is a cold, cold world showers in the northwest portion; pointment of a prosecuting attorney,

Shanibarger's for bicycles and Sunday showers except fair in the Money to loan on improved prop- and for the compensation of the judge Keller's Banking Ink, Curtis .

Subscribe for the Sentinel Sundries. tf south portion. erty. S. Y. WAY.AN. and prosecuting attorney. O'Neal, next Postoffice.



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People may take different views of

the Hague varying tribunal.ideas concerning People do that entertain in- Lord & BradshawWe Magnificent Showing of

stitution. Yet all who have followedthe
the wish to announce to our friends, and the public generally,
workings of that body
principles promulgated will admit that we.have formed partnership] under the New Spring Suits

that it is a court in the interest of above firm name, for a general
peace and it is an intelligent and consistent -

relations agency among of nations.peace and It has peaceful been Real Estate and Insurancebusiness and DressesWE

productive of more good and has
more results to its credit than is and are centrally located in a ground tloor office at Xo.:
generally understood.The .
Hague has established a higher 17 S. Orange Avenue, (formerly occupied by Hamilton & Dunn

code of morals between nations and Millinery), where we will be pleased to meet all our old friends ARE SHOWING A BEAUTIFUL ASSORTMENT OF ..
out of it has grown international SILKS AND SATINS, ALL COLORS, DRESS GOODSIN
tthics. Matters that in former years and to make new ones.
were settled only by war, now are
settled in the more humane and less Our list of city and acreage property is surpassed by DOD, YOUNG. WHITE CANVAS SHOES. THE DISPLAY
expensive way.Take and we haven excaptioail targjicsj': I] COJIEA.ND SEE]Us
for example,a case which end- SEASONS BEST AND LATEST CREATIONS, AND
ad the other day. The Hague decided Lord & Bradshaw IS WORTHY THE ATTENTION OF EVERY ORLANDO
that in the in the
Italy was wrong
dispute with France over the Italian
the Turko-Italian war. Italy is
judged the aggressor and told it
must pay $32,000 in the case of one of -
the steamers seized and $800 in the
New York
aums of money involved the case is i THE
i I
af small consequence, yet readers of
current history will recall what a
oise was made when the incident ofthe PATH TO PROSPERITYMerchants I '
seizure was first reported.As Store
a matter of fact nations have 'Bargain
zone to war over smaller issues. For i who use Electric Signs never lose I
weeks following the occurence both .
these great nations were growling attach y t their way by choosing the wrong road to sue If You Would be Posted be a Daily Visitor to this Store __it!

other, keeping their neighbors .. cess. You simply cannot fail to attract new f

neasy with their unconcealed war customers if you use an Electric Sign., It acts
talk.." counsel however
Good prevailed ;
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like irresistible drawin all
an magnet, the I
and the dispute was finally referred ;
to the court at The Hague. a trade within its reach: That is the" reason YOU SAVE WILL MONEY

The Hague Court and every successful I they command the attention oi buyers c c EVERYTHINGIN
determination of a dispute THE[ OAKlANDTHE By getting prices on your
brings war into disrepute. Differences Brick and Stone Work -
between nations can and ought to ;I For Every Store Owner i iI before building.Phone .
be settled as 'differences are between ; .
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when they will. I Sign is the cheapest and most effective I THAT EVERYBODYIS Acme Brick and I -

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mit a sketch.
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demonstrate the wonderful progress ATE CONWAY SPECIAL TAX ,

By their reported attention to dynamite in Florida. i SCHOOL DISTRICTIn For the Next Fifteen
Few, if any states in the Union f DaysWe
the beautiful Cathedral of St. The value of property in the state
have ever progressed at any times in compliance with the law regulat-
militant increased from $102,047,937 in 1902b
Paul, the London suffragistsput :their histories as Florida is doing now ing the creation of Special Tax School
themselves utterly without the'pale : $210,481,175 in 1912. In ten yearsthe
Districts and in response to a peti-
this advancement being happy result -
of human endurance. In an im-< combination of deposits in state banks increased tion signed by J. B. Redditt, J. W. will sell Lime at 90c
the Government of a magnificent from $4,782,093 to $24,741,061. In the Hart,J. E. Redditt, M. N. Simmons,J.
portant sense
Engresources! and of live people. A. Barber,J.M. Partin and others,being
same period the deposits in the national -
trail before the world I
land is on by I than before fourth of the barrel delivered
To a greater extent ever one or more qualified j
banks from $7,935,800 to per ,
which it with grew
the manner copes Florida is the market garden of voters who reside and pay taxes on:
this feminist rebellion. i fi85,300,506.From property real or personal within the'
:the in the when the
country season five barrel lots.
It is a case where a government- 1900 to 1910 the populationof territory herein below described an;
products of Florida soil and sunshine Florida increased by 42.4 cent. election is hereby called to be held!!
its to disorder per
must affirm power suppress elsewhere. The at the Public School
can not be grown pro- Conway building
branded failure. Above the average per centage of increase : '
or be a Orange county, Florida, on SaturdayJune
ducts of its growth increase in -
all, the fact that a crime is committed quantity I in the United States in the same period I 14, 1913, to determine if the territory -,
by a woman can no longer be allowed and in popularity. The Florida havnig been 21 per cent. bounded or herein below described Florida Metal Co.
avert the that orange is established as the finest in In ten years the increase in the shall be created a Special Tax I
to penalty belongs the world, and the like of its grapefruit value of Florida farm District, to fix the number of mills
to the crime. If the woman can be is elsewhere. products was to be assessed and collected for Public McNEIL-DAVIS BUILDING
not |
found who placed the bomb in St. grown 203 per cent., the gain in the United School purposes on said described<
Paul's and she insists on starving in' These are great sources of revenu: States in the same time having been territory and to elect three trustees : Phone 41.
and help most substantially to make 118 per cent. The value of Florida to serve for the term of two years in I
prison, the authorities may very properly the state prosper. But, there are said District, described as follows.|
her decide the farm buildings grew 144 per cent.
let question of other developments which are becoming Begin nw cor sec 7 Tp 23 r 30,
starving for herself. Perhaps if the i as against an increase of 77 per cent. run e to ne cor sec 10Tp23r30run I=
police had been a little more willing more and more important as factors in the United States as a whole. n to nw cor sec 2 Tp 23 r 30, run e to <
in the advancement of Florida.' ,
The resources and possibilities of necorsee1Tp23r30runstosecor
to inflict the merited punishment,
The number of its manufacturing I sec 36 Tp 23 r 30, run w to sw(
Florida have the the
attention of country -
some of these later outrages would is increasing steadily and sub cor sec 32 Tp 23 r 30, run n to nw
plants as never before, and it is to The Best is the CheapestSO
have been averted.-Cleveland Plain car sec 29 Tp 23 r 30 run wVz mile,
Substantial busines struct-
Dealer. stantially. understand that what Florida has ac run n 2 miles, run w to sw cor sec 7,
ures and fine residences are being complished-great as it is-is onlyan Tp 23 r 30 run n to beginning. (
erected in Florida cities and towns earnest of what is to come.-In- By order of the Board of Public I GET THE BEST OF
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a barber by barbarous people, will that only those who keep constantly ida, at its regular meeting, May 6,. "
1913. Paints and Wall Paper"THE
refuse to eat saw dust, but he lives informed as to matters of.t IS kIndon J. F. McKINNOX,
shavings. can appreciate fully. Municipal and for the Sentinel."CRICKET. Secretary. !

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South Florida SentinelMORNING The initiative and referendum us-

The Pittsburg Post has the following ually have their rise in curbstone
to say of the attitude taken by conventions. It these close commun-
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Entered at the poet office at Orlando, i former President Taft in his lecturesas ion bodies many wise measures are

Florida as Second Clans Mail Matter. a professor of law in Yale: conceived and given birth; many

In the third of his lectures on momentous questions find solution WOMENThe
. "Some Questions of Modern Govern- here. The convention that met in

THE DAILY SENTINEL ment," Yale's law teacher describedthe the friendly shadow of the ten cent

One year .. .. ................$5.00 characteristics of the present-day store yesterday morning was no exception -

Six Months .... .. ... ......... 2.50 congressmen inimical to the public to the rule. Sam Griffin was

Three Months ................. 1.25 welfore, because they pay so much in the chair, and the delegates wereJ. daintiest women find the exquisite
attention to what their constituentswant. Edgar Dann, Charlie McDowell andS. designs

; newt carrier in Orlando 60 cents per H. Kilgore. Just about the time they want in our big assortment.
month Daily and Sunday. :omen who
This is a hard blow struck by a man the committee on credentialshad

The Orlando Morning Sentinel can be found who has been in the service of the seated all the delegatesin are fond of jewelry those who
in laIc in Orlando at Curita & O'Neal'i Book want somethingthat
Store.We. people nearly all his life, and who is,i a big comfortable carriagethe

;;Ulappreclateprompt-complaint if supposed to be teaching the young''' proprietor of the Sentinel came is unusual and beautiful, are able to gratify

delivery U not properly made by our carriers. idea how to obtain the largest fees hobbling along and that convention

-AderrtUtaK- -rates- will--be- farnbhed---I on application. in the same field that gave him his picked him up with the alacrity of a their desires here, for our stock is peculiarlyrich

start. lie says it is the practice of turkey gobbler after a grass hopper,

THE WEEKLY SENTINEL congressmen "to coddle the people and and made him secretarytreasurer.The in articles of more than ordinary beauty.For .

for year by mail postage paid ........1.00 fail to tell the truth to them." Then newsy pleaded poverty, busi-I

Udreu THE SENTINEL Orlando Florida. he makes the astounding assertion'ness and a tired feeling to no avail. those seeking birthday or other gifts thereare

Office 107 Court Street Arcade Building that "many men in congress now flat- Chairman Griffin told him that he hadno

Phone 24 ter the people so much that they finally business to be a newspaper drudge many suggestions.T.h.Evans .
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--- -------- come to believe that they are that a man of his capacity was entitled -
J. F. SCHUMANN, Editor.:
victims of others." He is inclined to to something better and that if
believe that in time the people will he would join his ranks he would exalt -

tire of this sort of service and refuseto him to a position worthy his great
be coddled. talent.

I. Now that he is out of public life,',: This eloquent argument touched the
The who works is the '
man never 'I. Prof. Taft finds it easy to express spot and the Sentinel was deliveredover
harshest critic of those who do. :
1 views that he would withhold in a l to the new cause, body and

o public capacity. If his estimate of: breeches.
They can cut down the size of the the JewelerOPPOSITE
congressmen is correct it must applyto Chairman Griffin stated that the
dollar, but it sounds just as big.
men in other official positions, not! great subject that was agitating the ,

o even excepting presidents, who have I minds of Florida Crackers today is
The is always pretty goodin
scenery been known to bask in the limelightand "Do the same principles that regu-
localities which frequent.
women to lose no opportunity to coddle lated the conduct of the rich man and POST OFFICE

0 their constituents. This accomplishment Lazarus as portrayed in the book of
It is after has learned
only a man
has been successful many timesin books, prevail in social and political
i lot that he begins to be humiliatedby
making it possible for a man to affairs today?

his ignorance, fool the people into supporting him 1 "Now," says Sam, "I quite agree
--0- at the polls. The former president is with Editor James that the rich man
Card playing is a social device
cognizant of the practice and familiar is a cave dweller and a purloiner of
which enables uninteresting people to
with its wiles, and it is rude for himto the poor man's rights, and I think

endure one another. blame it on the congressman. I this convention should so declare."

o The average congressional district Charley McDowell, who had just
The June brides and the sweet girl
would turn down the representative emerged from a strenuous battle,

graduates will soon be rivals for the who would fail to heed its needs, and I bearing the scars of a true soldier

lest positions in the limelight cease "to pay attention" to the peo- who can smile in the face of defeat,

o ple who elected him. arose and said: "Gentlemen, I think SILK mum{
When a man wears his high hat
the all-absorbing question today is,
nly twice a year, what rate of interest "
does his eight-dollar investmentpay TURN ON THE LIGHT 'If a man die, shall he live again?

Then arose Mr. Kilgore with great
? -
For several years there has been an I deliberation and seriousness, and 3
said, I quite agree with the Psalmist
impression that certain
wthere have been three "per- high up ,I
that all liars and I think
of : men are ,
fect" babies discovered in New York, a political cut, were
well that plank should go into our plat-
faring at state
and that
but then is expense
every baby a perfect form." Day
dear. the ambition of men to break into'

state politics is prompted by what I I J. Edgar, did not bother to get up,

o i but in a still small voice said,
hey out of it. [
Among the undesirable positions can get '! and
The "Gentlemen, I think you are wasting
following from Tallahassee ;
are those of being the brother of a ,
sheds your time in foolishness; if you would
some light on the devious
and the husband of political -
great man a prom- I
get busy and buy a lot in Colonial
inent pathway: EveningWear
woman. Wants to Know Who Gets Rakeoff : Park you would soon be rich yourselves -i

o A mild stir and quit your harangues about
was caused in the
Some folks still
are buying goldbricks "
House this the rich man.
others take nostrums morning when Represen-
spring to I
tative Kite Just then Jim Giles walked up and
thin the blood, and still others send a resolution
I delivered himself thusly: "Gentlemen,
ut "chain calling on the award-
prayers"o of insurance I[ am a Methodist, and I suggest the
ing policies on the state
-- here. It is taking up of a collection." To which
buildings alleged that
The fact that there are a thousand
wrong ways to do a thing and only President Herbert J. Drane, of the Sam and Charley came across so

one considerable right way perhaps number accounts of errors.-fort iness Senate since, has 1903 a monopoly, during which on this time bus-he liberally heard to that say the""The intelligence Lord loveth man was a Our Personal Guarantee \ \\ #\

is alleged to have secured the bene- cheerful giver.

Chicago InterOcean.Nine fit of over $13,000 in premiums yearly The Sentinel proprietor will make Accompanies Every Pair '

male students o at Cornell are and that his commissions have been the allotment of officers to this famous \ \\ \\

in domestic 12,000 in that time. quartette later.
taking a course science
Now, the editor of this paper and

and home economics. The gentle Mr. James have agreed that we will
creatures are preparing against the FLORIDA LEGISLATURE NOT
wage warfare against the man who Marion B. Ives
Tktory of the suffragettes. PROGRESSIVEUp
lives on forty cent porter house whilewe

o are compelled to live on five cent
Orlando to this hour the state
was putting on metropolitan very
liver and if any man calls us an ass
air last evening. Nat Goodwin legislature has not shown a single
for this we will retort "you'r another -
leld down the boards at the Lucerne symptom of progressive ideas. Nota "
Theatre. 'Twas in the movies though. single progressive measure. Another thing we have solemnly PARLORS

The great State of. Florida will
o (
decided is that during these hot dry
The ability to believe is strongerin plod along another two years with
days when we have to work our Second
some men than in others; but no its antiquated conglomeration of imaginations over time to get filler I Floor

man ever rose very high who did not laws. for the paper candidates for political
lelieve in something with all of his James J. Hill's famous remark
favor should come around more fre-
might. that it would be well for the countryif
invite around the
quently and us to
.. Congress did not meet for ton .

The old injunction- "Pay as you years, can most appropriately- -be applied -I thirst In as parlOrs.much as Mr. Beacham says THE SOUTH AMERICAN TRADE I

fo," is better read, "Pay before you to the legislature of Florida.It -
"To Sanford with office,I don'twant
has been much said the
go." Too many persons do not count is not an exagerated statement to I upon
any office, it is up to Sam and of the advantages of the
the say that ninety cent of the question(
cost of dancing until the piper per peopleare the fountain AUTOMOBILE
Charley to keep flowingand Panama Canal in enabling this
puts in his bill. disgusted with this legislature.
the larder replenished. country: to get a rich portion of the
trade when the canal
South American
Among bachelors between the ages, Shanibarger's for bicycles and
Sundries. I for the SentinelANNOUNCEMENT brings their ports so much nearer I
tf 30 and 45 the mortality is very tf RITLLFTIN
our ports and we had already figuredout
high, about 27 cent. while
per among- how it would work. But it now .., .... ... .. .. .& ... J.
the married men of the same period it **
: appears that there are to be unex-
is but 18 cent
j pected contestants in the field. The
South Americans are not so sure that
"Love will find a way," quoted the
Vise Guy. "Yes, but it's more important all the possible trade advantages are These are Bargains in Re-Built Cars. Each one is
on one side. There are indicationsthat
to have something more sub- : the progressive South Americans guaranteed to be in first-class condition, is fully equipped -
stantial to the .
the Simple pave Mug. way, suggested : instead of standing idly by and ready to run.

o We have rented the store on E. Pine while the United States contests with
I Germany and Great Britain for the

When one more housewife becomes : St. formerly occupied by J. S. Rowland & South American trade, will enter the
a regular systematic reader of The I lists themselves. They will bring their 11912 Studebaker 30" fourpassenger -

Sentinel ads. one more home is added : Co. and will the first of next week
open own produce to the United States, instead -
extra tire and rim. Hartford
to the number of wisely managed : shock
for the United Statesto
of waiting
households in Orlando. with a full line of Fancy and Staple .
come and get it; and will take absorbers, etc. $600.00

o Groceries. what they desire from the United

When it is proposed to put buckwheat States without waiting for the Unit-

: pancakes on the free list our ed States to bring it to them.
Pure food goods courteous treatment 1 1912 Flanders Touring Car
devotion to the cause of democracy Such is the meaning of the an- ,

and" tariff reform is intensified almostto prompt service will be our slogan. nouncement that a wealthy Chilean $500.00.

the point of joyousness.The firm has decided to establish: a large

o We ask for a share of your patronage. fleet of steamers to PlY between YalI -

passage of the "pure finger pariso and New Y. rk. Orders have

bowl bill" by the Pennsylvania legis- Watch for our opening day.J. I I already been given for the construction 1 1913 Krit Touring Car, new, $600.00.

lature leads to the thought that pos- I of the fleet, and it will be ready

aibly the Quakers were in the habitof : for operation very soon after the

drinking from the finger bowls.A : opening of the canal. Nitrates and

o M. Caruthers I other Chilean products will be taken

telegraph editor can't understand : to New York and on the return voyage San Juan

the nature of people who want to read E. H. Gore : it is proposed to carry American GarageThe

&11 the harrowing details; he has to, : goods to Columbian, Kcusdorean

and only a favored few like to do and Peruvian ports, as well as tc Val-





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The new Blues, the new Tans, the new Grays, the new soft tones of We have just received a new line of the best sellers in White Buck,
'r' tl y proud of our assortment of Silk Waists" comprisingHeliotrope
and Lavenders, are all here in a charming multiplicity of White Canvas and "hlterablan Cloth. Also a full line of Tan Kids,
as it does the newest New York Models I in Natural Japanese Habutai,

new weaves and designs.. In soft Lawns, India Mulls, Batiste, Violets etc. and Gun Metals. We have the Famous "SOROSIS" and "QUEENQUALITY"
Silk Chiffons, Messalines, and Chiffon Taffetas Especially charmingare
from loc to 50c.SUMMER. shoes for Women and Children, and in our Men's goods, we
Prices range the new Hungarian effects. All sizes, Prices $2.50, $3.00, $3.50,
have "BOARDMAN'S SPECIAL" shoes at from $3.50 to $j.OO a pair
$3.75, $4.00 and $5.00.
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;
received of 27-inch Japanese Habutai (Lyons BOYS' WASH SUITS
A splendid quality just
we attend to that right here in he store.

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

etc., etc, and only 50c per yard. made months and the results of operations at that
were ago our 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
White Repps and Calateas, Corduroys, Linens, Cashmerette, Crash,

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

plain weaves. Splendid in effect and wear, and washes and launders the "ALL LEATHER KIND," you can feel pretty well satisfied that
from 30c 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."

F. N. BOARDMAN, 106 South Orange AvenueWADE

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I your fresh meats, chickens etc. WORKS & &

Mrs. F. M. Aldredge and son, F.
Fire Chief William Dean had an

THE TUNER Business matters called Mr. 0. L. Yesterday afternoon an accident occurred experience a few days ago that con- M. Aldredge, of Hot Springs, Ark., i

ORLANDO. FLA. in the Holland Wagon Shop will arrive in Orlando today for
Badger to New York last night. He vinced him that man is a small fry
that carried serious injuries to one extended visit at the old homestead.
expects to be absent from Orlandoten
when he comes to put his strengthup '
young man and a big scare' to another. Mrs. Aldredge is the daughter of AUTOMOBILES FOR RENT
days. against that of a horse. He
Dr. and Mrs. Charles Drennen, and E. L. Murray
Mr. J. T. Morris, of Lockheart, was hitched the big fire team on to the!,
Office Phone 409-Residence Phone 542
While running a heavy board or delights to be with her parents at
in Orlando yesterday on business. Mr. S. J. Galpin, one of Orlando's hose wagon and started west. By |
through the planer the machine that enchanted Paso Robles.
plank I spot,
regular winter residents, left on the the time he turned the corner onto'
burst, sending fragments of machinery Mrs. Aldredge and son have
Myron A. Kingsley, of Austin, midnight train for New York. Mr. Central avenue at the San Juan hotel | many PUBLIC OFFICERS NOT ALWAYS
and board in direction. friends in Orlando who will be gladof
Texas, reached this city yesterday and Galpin said this was the most pleas- every he had up a full head of steam and :|I WRONG {
of the -; their return.
Stephens Dupes one operators
county over.P.D.Wardell ant month in the years he had been | when he crossed the railroad track
ange I '
struck by the board knocked
I coming to the city and regretted that was I, the wheels only touched occassional At the City Council meeting Thursday i
down and badly bruised and one arm FACULTY LUNCHEON
and family have closed -!business called him north. He expectsto i high spots. The team flew west on night the Municipal League pre- ,
lacerated. The man was taken
house and left for i return early in the fall. young ][ Central avenue like a whirlwind and sented a resolution approving the
.their i to his room, where an examination Professor Coleman and the eighteen -, &
j I the more the Chief pulled the funnierit action of the board in declaring for a
their home in Vermont. jI j I showed that his hurts are not serious :, other members of the faculty of I
Dr. W. F. seemed to the flying steeds, who clean up campaign and war on the
I II| Blackman, president of and he will be all in the Orlando School in
I right a day or Rigs gathered ;
the ladder along\ if I After the reading of the .
jerked as I mosquito.
Rollins I i wagon
College will be
of N. Y., I! entertained by
Mr. John Shoaff Albany. two. I i the Principal's office yesterday noon
1 Rev. D. Y. jit I was a toy. Finding his strength resolution, Chairman Billy Smith said, <
is spending a few days in the city: Moor, pastor of the Congregational The other young man was so badl.1frightened I and enjoyed a most delicious luncheon,I *
Mr. Dean headed the "I somebody our
'rapidly ebbing, am glad approves
looking after business interests. J I;I church and former student that his hair still standson afterwards remaining to "visit" with ,

,I i under the Doctor in Yale College, end. I I j team toward a house which misled the each other and talk of the plans of the action. I
i he 1 horses and thinking they had arrived Now the people approve the action
while, is in the II
f city to deliver the
!. The machine is bad wreck but vacation
Robert and Allen Cohoon yes- I a coming summer now so near
commencement oration .at a fire stopped. After resting of public officers more times than they
Osceola where they tomorrow otherwise, no damage done. i at hand. The only guests for the affair *
terday for county ,
:evening. Dr. Moor studied his arms, Mr. Dean turned the teamI think. It is only when the public .
sociology I II Mrs. Coleman and
will the Judge Cheney party of were superin-!
the wishes of the
under Dr. Blackman.-St. I around and started for town; seeing officer ignores public
Petersburg COLD WEATHER IN MICHIGAN I I tendent McKinnon.The .
I IMr. I
anglers. Independent. 1 1I |I that the team was about to repeat I Ii and sets up his own private wishes V
I school will soon close, after :1
i i I the experience of the outward trip, in opposition thereto that he is sub-
Mr. A. M. Cullis of Milan Michigan eight months of most successful work, k
and Mrs. J. E. Hubbard, who | he guided them into a sandy street Ijected I to criticism.
I Let the Parlor Market and Orlando is to be '
furnish who has a winter home here and congratulated
the winter in Orlando, life he
have enjoyed ) running into colored town, wherei When a man enters public |
your meats, chickens, etc., for spent last winter in this writes on the splendid instructors which have'
your city
i left last night for their home in De- i after a pull of a half mile finding his'I must understand that he is always
' !i dinner Sunday. Phone 80. that the weather is exceedingly cold been in charge during the past term.
troit, Michigan. strength nearly exhausted he headed answerable to the tribunal of the
i I and damp in Michigan. Mr. Soder- and he must show\0 signs of r
the team toward a house again, where people
1 Hon. Cary D. Landis, who lund, of Key West, has moved to Or- i CITY OWNS PART OF LAKE
is in was named sensitiveness if he would hold his
J. E. Arnold, of Wyoming, they stopped and Mr. Dean persuaded .
J i I for state attorney of this, the Sev- lando and is living on the Cullis place. -
Orlando and will spend several weeksin 1 a big colored man to get on the seat place.

the county in an endeavor to find|;I enth Judicial Circuit, at the primary I I I'and help him hold the team. But Orlando, Fla., May, 16,1913.In The City Council of Orlando has

last year, will assume the duties of;j Judge J. M. Cheney, and daughter view of the discussion relative
1' and
out whether he likes Florida climate. : after a short chase through the flying I done many wise and good things; i
I the office on June 6th. His nomination I Miss Glen and Miss Willie Personsare 1 j sand it was evident that the combined[''To the Editor of the Sentinel: they have done some foolish things.

I was confirmed by the Senate last in Osceola county fishing. They to Lake Cherokee at the last meeting
Henry T. Sanderson and v.ife of { strength of the two men would notjbe I
[ i! week. He succeeds Hon. will return Sunday. They have '!'of J
John C. the City Council, I wish to call
I able to with the powerful[
Mass who have been in cope
ambridge, ,
Jones, of Orlando, who has been state been gone several days. Just what is I MI attention to the fact that the city has I COLD IN OHIO
team and the third trick
was pla.edi
[this country at different points duringthe \ I ,
attorney for this circuit the happening to the fish has not been
past eight t for about twenty had the title
winter left for their home on the team by pulling up to a house. years
yes 1\ j }
"ears.-Volusia County Record. learned. I Miss Mamie Daley, of Ashtabula,
\ This time the Chief sent to the, to the margin of the lake from Agnes -I
terday. I .. Ohio, who spent the winter in this
- ana
I barn for a pair of J. I. C. bits and avenue north to tnott street
COLD IN WEST VIRGINIA Don't forget to call Phone 80 : lying in front of the properties of city and who returned to her home
Beginning Thursday, June 5th all! up with these in the mouths of the splen-
about three weeks writes to her
I I Parlor ago
'; j Market and order your chicken : he Mrs. Fuller. Mrs. Thayer and myself.
did beasts to to
I Orlando stores will close at noon, re-, While I'! managed get friend Miss Cora Crotts, that the*
closed until the follbwing conditions as a result of the for Sunday dinner. Fryers, bakers barn. When the nigger climbed down The city acquired this property from
maining weather cold and
heavy frosts are bad enough and.broilers. one Hendrickson and the deed is on very disagreeable ,
off the he did fora
morning, giving the clerks, as usual wagon not apply
there there and her advice to friends
are some up
optimistic record in the Clerk's office.
I for the summer months, the Thursday enough to job driving the team and Chief
who here is remain
,believe that there will are yet to here
afternoon holiday. This will continue not be a total Mr. and Mrs. C. E. McDowell, Mr. Dean knows that that team belongson SUSIE G. NEWELL.
loss of until 1. .
cherries July
I until September 25th. truck plums. Garden and Mrs. Edwin McDowell and their an engine.DR. .

destroyed may be replanted, families, accompanied by Misses Wil- NEW M. E. CHURCH TO COST "

with the result that it only will be a lie and Jean Persons and Mr. Car- $35,533.00The MRS. KOLLOCK DEPARTSMrs.

The N. P. Yowell special sale ad- little later in reaching the market.- denas, went to Tyler lake a few days McKINNON AT ATLANTA

Ivretised to begin next Wednesday and Wheeling Register.Dr. ago for an outing and a fish fry. They I Empire Glass Company, of At- Alice G. Kollock, who is one '

I continue ten days is no doubt the lanta, secured the contract for fur- of Orlando's regular winter residents
caught so fish that ,
many they had Rev. J. F. McKinnon preached in
[most sweeping sale in the history of Bennett's nishing the windows for the new leaves for her nothern
office phone is No.227, to stay for supper and then drive the North Presbyterian church of At- today home at

[Orange county| It covers 'an immense Brick Building, Orlando Sanitarium. home by moon light They report an lanta last Sunday. Dr. McKinnon is Methodist church. The windows are Madison, Wis. Mrs. Kollock is very

stock with cut prices.Dr. 5-15-2w. I enjoyable time. and of rich design, being stain and art fond of Orlando, and enjoys the splendid
a scholarly gentleman a true
glass and cost $900.
spring climate so well that she

Bennett's office hon'e is No.227,I I Subscribe for the Weekly Sentinel I Dr. Bennett's office phone is N o.227, who Christian had the gentleman opportunity and the of hearinghim people $1900.The seating and furnishing cost was loathe to leave at this time, and

3 rick Building, Orlando Sanitarium. before going home. Brick her host of friends regret to have her .
last convincedof
II I per year. Building, Orlando Sanitarium. on Sunday were The church in all its apartmentswill leave.

M5-2w. It will keep you posted. I 5.15-2w. his presbyterianism. be most excellent and the entire

cost of the church and furnishingswill
Shanibarger's for bicycles and .
be $35,533.00.Subscribe .
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LAWS Apropos of the custom of some hos- Y *,* Ii\
tesses to Invite professional artistes to IIIg
their house In the expectation that
There is a strong probability of a they Have Vacate this Month
will amuse their guests free of charge
bill the that will
a story Is told of Mme. Berthe Bady.
put the telephone and telegraph com- the famous Parisian artiste who was -
panies under the jurisdiction of the Invited to a social gathering and asked

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bill seems to meet the approval and then. In order that there mightbe Boys' ,
of both telegraph and tele- no mistake about the matter, the I -Hats '
phone corporations. hostess said: Caps, Etc., at Half Price
"IIow kind It Is of you to work for
Section 3 provides that all rates,
QS In this friendly manner I"
tolls, contracts, rules charges 'and The three ties in the
emphasis on the word "friendly" Any house for $1.00
regulation of telephone or telegraph was so marked as to show dearly 1, I
companies shall be fair, just and enough that the service was to be gra

reasonable, repuiring that the trans- tuitous. After the recitation was over A Vacation Hint Lord & Taylorts!'Silk Half Hose

mission of all messages shall be expeditious Mme. Bady took a silver card tray from I .
and efficient and that their a footman, and, Imitating the musicians Before you buy a railroad ticket 3 for
equipment, appliance and instrumen- In the cafes chantants she made a tour for this or that summer resort, 'J4 t pairs
of the drawingroom and collected come in and look at our MidSummer
talities shall be modern, sufficientand
whatever contributions were offered, Woolen line and let us make

Upon adequate.order of the commissionersthe and she they handed were them substantial to her hostess ones. Then and I ti a cool Summer Outing Suit for

transmitting companies shall left the house. you.We
A make a specialty of Nor-
cause to be filed rates or tolls and I CLARK ROBERTSON[ T
folks and will be pleased to m
this schedule must be produced at Lightning's Queer Ways.As I
the request of patrons. Unless the every one knows, it is dangerous show you a few of our latest
to stand near a tree during a thunderstorm I models.Men's ,., ,.
commissioners order, no change (II' ,
may *:;: t.
but it any one is BO foolish aa m
be- made in existing rates as published to do it he will do well to lean againstthe Fashion
by the telegraph or telephone companies tree. If he does this the charge Shop

except after theirty days' no- goes in at his shoulder burning it, and ? Hand Building T 111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111,.
tice to the commissioners and the then passes down the skin along the lii
Cor. Church and
middle of the back. Arrived at the Orange Orlando
publication for thirty days
as required l
in the original sechedule. The legs it may run along one or both. It 1 I III!H' i i o' THE MARKETOf
will seriously burn the knees and other II HI I'll' III I Ie111rr!I
commissioners for
good reason1 prominent parts get out through the
shown may permit changes to be stockings or bore a hole through the -
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made. Where joint tolls are in evi- boots or destroy the boots altogether.But BUSINESS BOOSTERS -- Of Cleanliness QualityFRESH
dence, all of the connecting lines must if he stands near a tree or wall CLASSIFIED HIIIMIIIIMIMM

make application to the commissioners without being In contact the stream of Business Boosters (classified advertisements I I J
lightning may jump to the head bones received after 10 o'clock, :
before changes are made. At the AND SALT MEATS
and cause instant death. If it doesn'tdo midnight, will be run in the "Too Late I
request of the commissioners the com- this it will probably burn the hair to Classify" column. I
panies must file a copy of any exist- and travel over the skin of the head, Boosters of five lines: or less-approximately : THE ONE CIGAR THAT i FISH AND GAME
ing contract with a joint company going down the front of the body or 80 words-one time, 25 I
which must show the rates and con- getting inside it and doing terrible cents; three times 50 weekly; one week I Kept under the best sanitary conditions.
damage. (six daily and one editions) :
currance between the parties.No EVERYBODY LIKES
$1.00; one month, $3.00. I
telephone or telegraph company II I Everything screened away from the flies, and kept fresh |
hike a Sctnt Fran the Middle Ages.
shall charge or receive any compensation is FOR HIRE-Nice seven passenger : and
The oldest and largest university touring car. Large and pure.
other than that filed in its sched- the world Is El-Azhar at Cairo. Found 4.20 tf J. B. MAGRUDER.BUY roomy.. I
ule. In other words no discriminationmust ed in 975, it has been from the start a I BAWLEY'SSTRAIGHTS We invite inspection and guarantee satisfaction. We have <

be used in securing business.No national Institution, the khedive being a lot in Thornton Park, a nice : in the Meat Line.
free passes are to be issued nor the rector. The minimum age of entrance suburb in east part of the city. Carl : everything
Is fifteen, and the applicant Jensen.
is reduced rates to be in evidence
except must know half the Koran by heart, if
to its own employes. Contractsnow blind the whole Koran and be able to OAK HILL is the beautiful subdivision : The PARLOR MARKETH. 1
to the Northeast of the city andI
in evidence I
continue to be
may read and write. The curriculum con still have some choice lots there.I Get the beat cigar at five
in effect until expiration, the compa lists of virtually nothing but theologyand Carl Jensen. cents, the next time yon
nies being subject at their conclusion canon law, the final examination want to
smoke-judge for M. Self & Co.
to be under the supervision of the fifteen years after matriculation being WANTED-A position as manager, yourself. .
commissioners.No upon these, together with traditions of caretaker and collector for non-
the prophet: Grammar, etymology. resident property owners. By man of
company shall charge or receive rhetoric and logic. It Is the same instruction experience who can give it close at 18.20 PINE STREET
any greater compensation in the ag which has prevailed for cen- tention. Address. Collector, Senti-

gregate for the transmission of any tunes and one who goes Into the great nel. 4- Made in Orlando and sold

long distance message for a shorter I court where the circles of students are FOR SALE-New seven-roon house, by all dealers.MMMMMMMMIIMMMM. Phone No. 80iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii
than for at the feet of their Gamaliels .
a longer distance over the Kitting with all modem improvements.
same line in the same direction or I looks upon a scene preserved from the $3,000. Will take automobile in part
middle ages "a perfect specimen, living pay. Address Owner, care Sentinel. in inn IIIIIIHIIM
any greater compensation for I
I breathing and entire. -Argonaut.
a through service than the aggregate I. WANTED business partner in a - ----- -

of the intermediate rates. manufacturing business with well 111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111,.
Fasting For Health. established trade. Need more capital
i Thousands of years before it was and will take partner or will make a
Do you want to know what tact is? practiced as a religious rite fasting with $15,000 to $20- WELCOME TO
Well, it is the art of making other: was practiced as a health measure in 000 capita Plant up to date and in In New QuartersWe I

people think ,hey know more than Egypt India and China. Contemporary excellent condition. Address Manu- ROYAL PALM
facturer, in care of Sentinel. tf
you do.When. to Cicero was Asclepiades, a
Greek physician who strongly advocated
this idea, and 1,000 years after FOR Lucerne RENT-Furnished Circle. Jas, my A.cottageon Knox. BARBER SHOP
you meet a person on the his day Ibn Slna philosopher and
street and tell him what a good friend medical sage, argued the virtues of FOR RENT-Five room cottage with Modern and Complete. are now located in the new Hyer

make him trouble, don't you really) temporary abstinence oa the ground all modern conveniences. Garagefor
feel like a sneak? that it came easier than constant mod- auto, or horse and buggy. Apply Everything new, individual & Davis building on Church 'street.
eration. 515 East street. 5-15 tf electric attachments at every

When you want to butt into othepeople's chair. No stone has been left We are better prepared to fil all your
The Silent Moon. i
unturned to make this shop
affairs, come right out ando d Dead silence reigns on the moon. A in theIHABDWABE
meet th of the wants
it; don't be a sneak, its thousand be fired and
dangerous. cannons might Plowing, mowing, team work, heavy
The other fellow always has a thousand drums beaten upon that hauling, etc. Having been engagedall most particular. Plenty of
friends. airless world but no sound could come my life in caring for groves, I am room. Courteous attendants.

rrom them. Lips might quiver and prepared to please you. Satisfaction ELIJAH WHITEHEAD, LINE
Don't tell tongues essay to speak, but no actionOf in every line of work. L. M. HALL,
what a scoundrel your theirs could break the utter silence 608 Division street, Orlando, Fla. Proprietor.

competitor is, the man to whom you of the lunar scene. 5.141 mo. 'Orange Ave., Orlando, Fla. THE
are talking always knows the reason

why-jealousy. FOR RENT-Modernly Equipped
Disappointed."So house cheap to small family. Six
you advise me not to suer said HELMS HARDWARE
rooms, 201 West Concord Ave. Also
Money to loan on improved pro p- the client good cow for sale. Wm. L. Coryell.
erty. S. Y. WAY. "I do," said the lawyer.
"w ell," returned the
FOR SALE-Full blooded Jersey cow_ COMPANYMIMtltiMtlMMIMIMtlMMMHtlimiltllMiMII
Shanibarger's for client "it seems strange that when a fresh. Apply G. W. Rines residence
Sundries. bicycles and man pays for advice he can't get tkt akeville near Clarcona. Phone No. When you want any of theEMERGENCYSUPPUES
tf kind he wants."-Chicago Post. 20.22! Apopka, Fla.
d & w 5-14 3t
mentioned in

FOR SALE-Twelve acres south of JOHNSON & JOHNSON'SHandbook MHHIIiMtttMltttttHliMMIimiHMIimittlMKeep
Lake under
Apopka subirrigation
IT PAYS TO BUY OUR KINDWE system. One of the finest pieces in
Florida. Was in lettuce and cucumbers -
,now has fine stand of corn. $500 Cool j
per acre. In perfect condition. Write
HAVE THE BEST STOCKOF owner, G. M. Hord, Oakland, Fla.

12-1w. ofFirst

FOR SALE-Option on large lot Aid
near Methodist Church. Chadwick Fireless CookersAND
SpringClothing! & Cooper, West Church St. 5-6-7t.

LOST-Gold Cross, "H. R. P." under Here is the place to get
left arm. "St. Johns Day," on stem
of Cross. Finder please return to No. them. Call or 'phone
8, Jefferson street and receive reward.

WANTED-At once. A slightly used
DeLaney Drug'CoOrange ,
one horse wagon. Must be in g'Oodshape.

Ever shown. This stock includes J.V.. Gaines, Orlando, Care Avenue
sentinel 16-3t KEEP COOL WITH
REGAL SHOES, $3.50, $4.00,

$ .50. Shanibarper's for bicycles and

you It the will difference be a pleasure between to show our Sundries.LOST-Pair of nose glasses with tf ilMlttlMtllMIIIMItM* [ELECTRIC[ IRONS AND TOASTERS

goods and others you may see. gold chain! attached. Finder please I
leave at this office and receive reward I Autos For Rent at FOR COMFORT
We are behind every piece of 17-3t,

merchandise we sell and same Any Hour

must give you satisfaction.See you"Make can get good"it at with the Sentinel good printing Facilities ;

our stock of STRAW for the desired article unequaledin Seven Passenger ThePIERCEELEttThCtO11ii[ [ [L[ T L

HATS, SHIRTS, UNDERWEAR this section. Phone 24. ,


Paul A Horn Ride in a Good Car.I'Phone i '

Brown &

AVE. P. 0.REPAIRING Box 624 A SPECIALTY.Orlando Fit i 34MMMMMMMIIMIIIMM i Pitr nil Sene1 l A ,rti er r S



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"LEND A MILLION." H illMlitillllHIimttllillllllHMIIIIIIIIHiniM

Method York'of Negotiating Stock-Exchange.The Loans .In New 1LAO BANK COMPANP

machinery of lending money on O & TRUST A

different the New York from Stock the machinery Exchange of Is making very Lucerne Theatr

Individual loans. On the Stock
Exchange all loans are handled by Capital and Surplus and Undivided Profits $120,000.00.Total .
brokers, members of the exchange who A
represent the banks. These brokers Resources over Three-quarters of a Million. _

form what is known as the "money ONE THOUSAND SEATS
crowd" which on a day of 50 per cent i Statement of the Orlando Bank and
money becomes rather animated. Nine- 1
Trust Co., at Close of Business
loaned call r-
tenths of the money on by -
banks Is loaned by these brokers. Whena April 16th, 191S-The Ser- MOTION PICTURES 1A
bank has $1,000,000 to lend on call
: = '
the cashier calls up bis money bruker emth AmniTemry of

on the exchange and says curtly to the Its Existence .
telephone clerk, "Lend a million" The
clerk rushes the order to the broker,
"HIDE AND SEEK" ________KeystonS
who offers the $1.000,000 to the highest -

bidder in the "money crowd" in I RESOURCES A rip roaring rapid fire comedy, chuckedfull
much the same way as a broker on
the Chicago board of trade would offer t..i Loans and DiJcountl..fM8,197. of laughter A

1,000 bushels of heat I I W} :c Overdrafts .............. 922J2 A
In an active money market the $1- Real Estate, Furniture "JUDGES' VINDICATION" (Two ReelsReliance

000,000 will be snapped up In a minute.In fa $.,, tr: c I tad Fixtures .......... 25,853.44
that case the cashier will be called 1/f& A classic and modern Drama. A Picture that is
; Stocks and Bonds ........ 26,01848 authentic -
np on the telephone, to hear the money
broker's clerk say hurriedly, "Loaneda : Cash on hand and In Backs 38,181.81Total and noteworthy. An elaborate, expensive *

million for you to John Smith & Co. I thrilling, stupendous productionOne

at 6 per cent." The giving and filling r ; ................789260.08 of immense interest, and a j
of such an order take only five minI I -
-Nj LIABILITIES picture that will most
utes. In an 80 per cent money market
when brokers are clamoring for money surely enjoy
Capital Stock ...........$100,000.00Surplus
It may be done in two minutes. t ''i
The broker's connection with the I and Undivided

transaction ends when he has notified Profits ................ 24A44J8Deposita I TO OUR MANY PATRONS-We wish to announce that

the bank of the borrower's name and ................ 665.116.5 all Motion Pictures and Slides used at the Lucerne

the rate agreed on. The borrower I are passed and stamped and approved by the National
takes his collateral to the bank, wherean h : h Total ................$789.260.08 :
officer passes upon It after it Is I Board of Scensorship, also Board of Police Commis-

properly checked up by the loan clerk, : sioners of the State of Massachusetts.
and a cashier's check is then given for II II
the amount of the loan. Whether the I Deposits April {, liIS....$592,87&.. I ,

borrower pays 2, 6. 20 or SO per cent -- Deposits April 1S, 1111... 665,11158 M HHIIimMMHMtMtilllliMMIIIIIt

for amount his money there Is depends to lend and wbollx tfe on extentof the Ui Itsd Salsa Coven: eat, State and Gouty Depository Increase In 12 days ......$.71219.88 : .
the demand. If$2o.000.000 has been I.
sent to the "money crowd" to put out -O owe
and speculation is so dull that only
$10.000.000 is required to carry the
is safe to that the Gifts' Please
stocks bought it say II1111111111111111111111111111111111111111111I11I11111".1" ,111,11111 to
borrower will pay only 2 per centDuring
a period of extremely easy
money rates thousands of loans are .
made on call at 1 per cent and sometimes -
of cent If the
one-half 1 per on
other hand the Stock Exchange members May be safely purchased from!
wish to borrow $;X.000.000 and
the banks offer that day only $10
000.000 as they often did in panic us where everythingis

times, the borrower may have to bid you want to buy Men's Shoes-King Quality at 3.50, $4.00 or 500.
as high as SO per cent for his money.At .
that rate he would pay $2.222 a day Crosset Shoes at -4.00.Vomen's Tan Shoes at $3.50; Tan Pumps, $3.50, GunMetal guaranteed.

York for the Post use of the $1.000.000.ew or Patent Leather Shoes or Pumps at $3.50Ve have new styles and

best quality.

Faint Heart Lost a Royal Lady.

Duchess Fifty years Olga or the so beautiful ago the favorite Grand Do You Want a Boys' Suit or Boys' PantsWe Allen & Co. :

daughter of Czar Nicholas I., was on
of with handsome
the eloping a
young lieutenant, Bariatlnski, when at have a new stock to select from. The Men's Suits that we sell made by

the last moment her swain's heart Schloss Bros. are well known all over the country. They are worn by Lawyers,
failed him. Dreading the emperor'g
anger, he made a clean breast of the Doctors, Bankers, Merchants, Farmers, Skilled Workmen and men who appreciate JEWELERS

whole affair to his majesty, with the I merit and correct style in the clothes they wear. \Ve recommend them.
result that the Impulsive young princess -
was married posthaste to the disreputable : The brand is a guarantee of quality. It is a pleasure to show these clothes, and

Prince Charles of Wurttem- : we invite every man who reads this paper to visit our store and look at them. Orlando Florida
berg, while the faithless lover was rewarded ,
by such rapid promotion that .
he was a field marshal before he
reached his fiftieth birthday. Just Received Mens' Mohair Suits

Many Kinds of Days In One. :
A mean solar day Is the average or :

mean of all the apparent solar days shown in W. M. SLEMONS Our Repair Department at
a year. Mean solar time Is that
by a well regulated clock or watch :
while apparent solar time Is that shown I MlliltttHllllllttlttilHiiillltlHiiiitlitittHiMMMIMIIMiiitl tlMlttll your service always.
by a well constructed sundial
difference between the two at any time ;
la the equation of time and may amount IMIiHIIHIIIIIMMIMMMHtltMIMMMtttMtttlftlMMMIIIttiitiMiMIIIIIF
to sixteen minutes and twenty-one sec : --
onds. The astronomical day begins at I
noon and the civil day at the preceding YOU WANT THE LATEST !
midnight The sidereal and mean solar -
days are both Invariable, but one
day of the latter is equal to 1 dayS IN This Wall Board
minutes and 56.555 seconds of the for-

mer.Buried THE LINE OF UP TO DATE DRY GOODS, CLOTHING, Saves Building Money!

On Box Hill, in Surrey, may be seen
the tomb of a man who was by his DRESSES OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS COME TO B. SALO
own special request burled upside 100% Better and 50% Cheaper
down In a coffin placed In a marble MON. SATISFACTION GUARANTEED OR MONEY .
cuing. With his head to the earth Than PlasteringBeautiful
and his feet to the sky he calmly REFUNDED

awaits the judgment day, so the story and DurableYou -
runs In the belief that heaven Is ender :
the ground and that believing this, cat plastering cost in half by .
hishead B. Salomon Orlando using Bishopric Wall Board for walls _: =='
it was his duty to be burled with I
Tit-Bits. and ceilings in your new house, and
toward It-London
I get better results. "Bishopric" looks .
better lasts longer and saves time in .
Quick Mustard Plaster. :ill 11111 11111 11111 I"11111 4 MIIIMIIMIiMllliK MMiliMIIMIMMIIMI : building. ,
A trained nurse says that If one for : $5,000 Anti-Warp Bond

gets the exact proportions for making LIKES THE uH.HoP.s" If you miss your Sentinel, call S% (Aproximately) the S% of N% "Bishopric"it the only waD board stiffened
mustard plaster one can be quickly phone 24 between seven and nine 'l Section 35 T 21 S. R. 29 East. Anda with lath. Kiln-dried lath are Imbedded ia
made by cutting a thick slice of bread, tract 218.46 feet wide, N toughened Atphalt-lfaitic. and surfaced with r .
heavy fibre board. Is moisture-proof rat-
o'clock and will be
dipping it for just a second in hot Water Mr. H. H. Pinder, Cigar MT g'r, City. a copy broughtyou and S by 662 feet long E and W in prool sound-proof and!re&lstlne. Will DOt ;
then spreading with white of egg Dear Sir: The several boxes of by special messenger. 8W tt of nw}. Sec. 30 adjoining said warp,shrink winter, buckle or summer.or pull Our loose 15.000 in any Anti-climate -

and sprinkling"thickly with mostard. cigars bought of you, have given town of Eatonville.By Warp Bond protects every customer. i
order of the Board of Public
The egg will prevent blistericc.NewTork
Times. splendid satisfaction. I find your NOTICE OF ELECTION TO CRE- Instruction of Orange County, Floridaat Saves a Month's Time

cigars absolutely free of deleteriousstuff ATE MAITLAND SPECIAL its regular meeting May 6th, 1913.J. Comes ia sheets ready for ose. Goes oa
commonly used in cheaply TAX SCHOOL DISTRICTIn F. McKINNON, dry. Just nan it to bare sraddlaz and It is
the plot ready at once for any kind of decoration.
"What is the plot of this plajT asked made cigars, and which are made i Secretary. Edges meet evenly-no paneling needed. "Bishopric" Beats PinterInvestigate
Saves a month's time in building.
the manager. simply for profit, without any con- compliance with the law regulating Sheets are 4 feet square. 16 sheets to the
the tu the creation of Special Tax SPECIAL TAX SCHOOL DISTRICT crate. Prices low. Anyone who can drive Now I
"It Isn't complete, replied sideration for the taste of those who nails caa apply it.
II School Districts and in to a ELECTION
I response
r.wrhe is lot of people
to get a
plot Look into this
smoke them. signed by Smith Granniss, "''
i petition Gives Users +""
to pay $2 each to see it and I think With an experience of 25 years i..1 A. Galloway, L. L Stone, C. H. B'I In compliance with the law regulat- bufldB2 moneysnlurLasting material. yw
we'll do it if you will come in on the I S. B. Hill, E. M. Burkett Biennial Satisfaction of the dealers
: smoking good and. bad cigars, it loway, ing Elections in Special Tax Any
conspiracy."-Washington Star. : I others fourth of It U with greet pl eswre that I write you U renamed below wC
being one or more
to that School Districts, an election is hereby ard ta or ftuhopric Wall Board, she roofing
gives me pleasure say your I the qualified voters who reside and called to be held in each of the Special which two of BT brouen have need with more then gladly show yon this
good recall,tud find it the handsomest and bed wonderful non-warping
Her Grief. cigars are among the best I have pay taxes on property real or personal Tax School Districts herein named be- that none can bu,. They have oleo Interested s fire-resistmz Wan Board.s"HIV
Be-Why don't you give me a dance ever used. within the territory herein below low situated in Orange County Florida thai lumber pleased of th with ir rtendi rwulu.1 in*TOW gooda,utd an more Learn how you can save time 1LMtric'"ails
before midnight? Young Widow-Well There is one thing about your goods described an election is hereby called at the usual place for voting in D& Xm&ttfc E. Soooa Sw.LIma, 0. and money by using it. See your deakr today
!in the town of Maitland, Orange County I each of said Districts
you see. at 11:30 tonight it will be a commend them to on Saturday,I
year since my husband death. I must that me among i, Florida, on Saturday, June 14th, June 14th, 1913, to determine the number For Sale by
honor his properly and not other things, their absolute freedom, 1913, to determine if the territory of mills to be assessed and collected -
memory from that quality of tobacco out of bounded as herein below describee on the property within each of
lane until after the year up.- which "stinkers" are made. ,shall be created a Special Tax School said Districts for Public School pur- '
Flkgende flatter the District, to fix the number of millsto poses and to choose three trustees to Orlando' Novelty WorksThe
Wishing you greatest successin be assessed and collected for Pub- serve for the term of two years in
Ahead and Behind. all your good undertakings I am. lic School purposes on said described I each of said Districts viz.. Fairview,
Wife of Dernier Crt Artist-Poor Edgar Yours truly, territory and to elect three trustees I Winter Park, Ocoee, Geneva, Union,
He's 100 years ahead of his time. H. B. LEAKE. to serve for the term of two years in Pine Castle, Chuluota and Tangerine. Mastic Wall Board and Roofing Mfg. Co., Cincinnati Ohio
Landlord-1 can't help that He's three said District, described as follows: .
months behind in his rentLife.Sin I I Sections, 23, 24, 25, 26, 35, 36, Tp 21, gerine. '
There are a few people in the world Range 29, Sections 19, 20, 21, 22, 27,I By order of the Board of Public Instruction -
and penalty through the world devil if: 28, 29, 30, 31, 32, 33, 34, less swU of of Orange Couny, at regular WALL BOARD
go that pity a personal
with their heads we Sec. 32, Tp. 21 Range 30, and less I II meeing May 6, 1913.
tied together.-Plato. he had to associate with them. Town of Eatonville and the S% of 1 J. F. McKINNON, II I I



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C. Massey, President *

Catholic Church
T. Pktoa Wrk, Vie J>ra. 8. Rotes Sop Gufcfar
Trinity Sunday
Howard C. Babcock. Au't CuUer Samuel A.Newell.Au't Cuhin
Sunday School 9 a. m.
Mass and Sermon, 10 a. m.
Rosary Sermon .and Benediction,
7:30 p. m. : What is theCHRISTMAS .

HSTATE MethodistJ. ..

E. Wray, Pastor.
Howard Sunday, SuptPreaching School, 9:45 a. m. C. E. SAVING i

by the Pastor, 11:00 a. m.
Subject "Robert E. Lee and Stone-
Orlando wall Jackson." CLUB ?

of Vansing.Music, "The Lord is My Light"

Epworth League, 6:30 p. m. H. A.
THE OLDEST BANK IN THE CITYAND Hoffner, President. Merely a number ol people who arrange to systematically
Preaching by the Pastor, 7:30 m.
certain odd each week with the
Subject "What Shall it Profit a Manif save pennies positive assurance -
He Gains the Whole World and that they will receive a check two weeks before
Lose His Own Soul.
The Bank which transacts more business than Music, "Just As I Am" Jarivs. Christmas for every penny they have saved.

any Bank between Jacksonville and Tampa Solo, "The Lord My Shepherd,"
I Rockwell, Miss McQuarters.
Prayer meeting Wednesday, 7:30p.
The large patronage of this Bank has been built up m. :

during twenty years by conducting its business on sound A all cordial services.invitation to everybodyto : You can save any amount from 2 cents a week up.

banking principles with careful attention to the legitimate .

wants of customers. The confidence of the public Emmanuel Baptist Church The 2 cents the first
Preaching by the Pastor, at 11 a. m. $11
is reuected in the large amount of deposits. and 7:30 p. m. Subject of morning week "club" nets you .

Average deposits First Quarter of 1913, $900,000. sermon, "Excuses" Subject of even-
ing sermon, "What is Eternal Life?"
Sunday School at 9:45.
FOUR PER CENT PAID ON SAVINGS ACCOUNTSOur I Prayer service on Wednesday even-
ing at 7:30.Special lIT| IS WORTH WHILE !
Services held in the Rest and Tea
correspondent banks are located in every part of Room on Orange Ave. ,and all are
Call at the Christmas Savings Club Window and let us explain it more fully,
the world and include some of the largest Banks in the cordially invited to worship with us.
better still club
or join some now.
United States. First BaptistDr.
C. T. Douglas will preach both
i+tlMMItMIIMIIIIIIIIIIMMIIItHMIimilMM| morning and evening.
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---------- Morning at 11.
HENDRICKSALFORD.The THE UNITED STATES AND "The Story of a Lost Boy." The Peoples National Bank
Jacksonville Metropolis Wednesday JAPAN Sunday school at 9.30. Otto Link,
says: The first Presbyte- Superintendent.B. .
rian church was thescene of a There is a growing belief that no Y. P. U. at 6:30. "It is a pleasure to serve you."
beautiful wedding this morning at thing short of a judicial decision will 1 Evening service at 7:30. Subject,
11 o'clock, when Miss Bernice Alfredof settle the California dispute over the "The Curtain Lifted," or "A Look
Ocala was united in marriage to Japanese land bill. Behind the Scenes." ; %%%%t'.flttttttflflttflttttttttttfltttfltfltflttttflttnItu8i1t$flflfl.
Mr. Laird W. Hendricks of Bradford, The majority of the people in the Everybody welcome.
Pa. The impressive ring ceremony state are opposed to the extreme legislation Ladies Missionary Society, Mondayat ::
performed by Rev. Junius B. French, I that has been passed. Speculators 3:15 p. m. Will every member try HMIIIIIIIIIt MIHMMMMHEl
pastor of the church. The chancel was ..and politicians..insist. on no retreat to be present,
banked with palms forming an effect- nom their position ana Uover- .
ive background for the bridal party. nor Johnson stands by the latter. SPRING LAKE FARM
The bridal chorus from Lohengrin .The President patriotically broke While visiting the Country Club
heralded the approach of the wedding all precedent in sending his Premierto Thursday the editor took a look over TH I IITC T R
party, the two ushers, Messrs. A. W. Sacramento, not to inhibit by pressure Spring Lake Farm owned by Mr. B.
Inglis and Senteney Robinson, of De- the performance of its proper A. Magruder.This .
Land, entering singly by the right functions by the legislature, but to farm lays on the west shoreof
aisle. Miss Ruth Hendricks, of Orlando request a reasonable delay in order Spring Lake between the city and
sister of the groom, walked that the Department of State might the Country Club and is most delightfully -
down the left aisle followed by the have time in which to initiate and I situated.
maid of honor, Miss Helen Hunt, of conclude diplomatic negotiations that There are more than a hundred rods 4 BIG SPECIALS 4
St. Augustine. Then came the brideon would validate the California positionand of lake front, with bold shores, withan
the arm of her father, Mr. R. A. at the same time assuage Japa- easy slope to the lake, whose waters -
Alfred, and they met the groom and nese feeling.But are as clear as crystal. A magnificent .
his best man, Mr. Kailskin, of New the political leaders, including orange grove borders the lake
York City, at the chancel where the Governor Johnson, resent even this for almost the entire distance.
ceremony was performed.Miss polite and friendly interference by the There are several clumps of beautiful -
Hendricks wore a lovely gown federal government. live oaks beneath whose friendly ml
of pale green chiffon over white satin Japan has shown a wise and con- branches picnic parties love to gather. rrtliy itrIiy Monliy
servative and has There are about two hundred
and carried an arm boupuet of white policy not shown acres in ,
roses and lilies of the valley. A stun- any disposition to undue haste altho the tract proper, and about forty
ning white picture hat faced with firm in her position. I acres in grove.
green satin completed this fetching Japan will not even invoke the aid Mr. Magruder maintains on this
toilette. of the courts in getting- her treaty. plantation the famous Spring Lake I
Miss Hunt was gowned in tan satin rights adjudicated, but will appeal to Dairy of twenty-one fine Jersey cows.
with trimmings of fringe and wore a the high sense of honor of Uncle Sam He also has one of the most up to No. 1. SHOES a SHOES SHOES
becoming white hat trimmed in plumes to do what justice and right date poultry ranches in Florida. *
Her flowers were also white roses demands under the treaty. So The elevation is such as to com-
this to Bros. Wichest
Don't miss great opportunity buy Zigler
and lillies of the valley. it becomes apparent that self mand a splendid view of the surrounding ,
The bride, who is a very pretty bru- respect if nothing else de country and the lake.. : & Gardner's Famous Brand Shoes in Gun Metal Patent
nette, was radiant in her beautiful mands that the courts investigate the The street in front of the place is : ,
wedding gown of white crepe over California bill and determine whetheror bordered on either side by large I Leather and Tan In Pumps Oxfords and
white satin, trimmed in Princess lace not it is in violation of existing spreading oaks that gives an air of : ,
and pearls. She carried a Colonial treaties with Japan. United States stateliness to the locality. : Eclipse Ties $3,50 to $4.50 values. For 3
bouquet of roses and lillies of the val- treaties are the highest law of the Nature has furnished a most beautiful i $ 98
ley,, tied with streamers of exquisite land and no state law can be permitted outline and it only remains for : days only. -, .
lace. She wore a white picture hat to intervene, or interfere. That man to put on the finishing touches to ;
trimmed in white roses. the California bill does violate a make it one of the most delightful :
Immediately after their vows had treaty with Japan is not an open spots for a tourist hotel in i Florida I .No. 2, 1000 yds. Lawn Organdie and No, 3, 800 yds. Suesine Silks. Latest

been spoken the happy young couple question. The sort of a hotel that is needed : Flaxon, Plain White, Black and White Evening Shades, Plain and Fancy
accompanied by their bridal and That the question presented thiscountf' here is one that will meet the de :
party Stripe, Floral and Persian Designs Patterns, 30c. to 40e. value For 3
mands of the
friends, drove to the Seminole hotel, ) by the California situation is wipter hotel crowd.
where a breakfast was served, places by no means a trifling one, nor yet a Anything less than a modern tourist 15c. to 20c, values. For 3 days only days only .
being laid for eighteen. question applying to a single hotel with an experienced and qualified -
After spending a couple Qf hours state is also true. The same manager will not find business.
with" her friends the .bride donned her question is rapidly pressingto What this site demands is a hotel as 12 1.2c yd. 23c yd
traveling suit of blue silk cord with the front in Arizona and Idaho and good as the New Seminole at Winter
becoming hat to match, and Mr. and Wyoming, and only a judicial settle- Park. This kind of a hotel will at _
Mrs. Hendricks sailed on the Mohawkfor ment will avail any satisfactory re- tract its own customers. People of
New York. sults. large means will give up liberally for O.4. 500 yds. Lawns. Plain White and Flora

Mrs. R. A. Alford, of OcaladtpoMrs. real comforts and luxuries, and no Patterns 12 l-2c. to 15c. values. For 3 days only 11 C ,YI d
R. A. Alfred, of Ocala, mother I MISS NUCKOLLS HOSTESSMiss place can people be made more comfortable ,
.of the bride, wore a handsome gown I during winter than in Or
of lavender crepe de chene with hat Pauline Nuckolls prettily lando. A big suburban hotel like this
to match. tertained her classmates of the Cathe! locality would demand and support,,
The bride is one of Ocala's mo&tcharming dral School last evening with a dinner would mean a liberal out lay of money N. P. YOWELL
and popular society girls, party at her home on America street. to start with. Besides a modern
and has scores of friends throughoutthe Later in the evening, chaperoned by building the grounds must be beauti
state who regret that she will Mrs. Nuckolls, a visit was made to fied, and hard streets built to and
make here home elsewhere.Mr. the moving picture theatres. through the grounds and an auto
Hendricks formerly resided in The guests were Misses Doris Perry : service established between the city I
Orlando, where his father and sister Miss Marion Stouder and Misses; and the hotel.
now make their home. He is a promi Ethel and Lois Overstreet. Mr. Magruder has a proposition of picture entertainments out of the I system, a handsome new church, a FAVORITE THEATER TODAY
nent official of the Erie railroad and great value and the Sentinel will boost doubtful class. There is in this, as :big department store, auditorium and -
has scores of frieds in Bradford, Pa., his enterprise along the lines suggested in all of Dickens' great plays, a moral other improvements are said to be Magnificent two reel feature.
ATTENTION U. D. C. It would seem Maid at War .. . . .
who will extend a cordial welcome this but would discourage any thing and social lesson that is driven home 1 I rapidly taking shape. 101 Bison
fair young bride. The regular meeting of the U. D. C. less than the best. in a never-to-be-forgotten manner. It that the division of the county instead Great Civil War Drama picturing
will take place next Saturday at 3:30at was a great show. Mr. Magruder is of discouraging the growth of the thrilling battle scenes.
the home of Mrs. B. G. Abernethy OLIVER TWIST AT LUCERNE I after high grade entertainment., city, has only served to nerve its en- also
BRIDGEAn It has been again postponed on ac- i terprising citizens to renewed and Bill's Mistaken Overcoat . Eclair
informal but very delightfulcard count of convention at Ocala. That great drama, Oliver Twist, at CERTAINLY SO greater efforts. This is as it should A comedy knockout
party was given yesterday by MRS. 0. P. LIKINS, the Lucerne last night packed the Our neighbor, the city of Orlando, be. Lucky Sanford will have to lookto Open2to5and7toiOp.m.
Mrs, L.,H. Gedge. Three tables of Recording Secretary. house and the show was worthy the seems to be taking on a fair sized her laurels. She has a worthy I Admission five cents to all.
players were present and the after patronage it received. It is just such boom from the accounts contained in rival in plucky Orlando.-Kissimmee
noon was spent most pleasantly. Subscribe for the Sentinel. shows as these that takes moving the local newspapers. A sewerage Journal. ..1 Subscribe for tiLouis Stz1&a1.i .


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