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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 18, 1913
Frequency: daily (except monday)
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando
Coordinates: 28.533611 x -81.375833 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1913.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 1, no. 269 (Dec. 20, 1913).
General Note: J.F. Schumann, editor.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 4 (Feb. 14, 1913).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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THE DAILY SENTINEL




THE PEOPLE'S PAPER. ...

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

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VOLUME ONE ORLANDO, FLORIDA, SUNDAY, MAY 18TH, 1913. NUMBER 84.

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ROSILLO WINS $10,000 PRIZE AS HOUSES HAVE BEEN IN SEVERAL RADICAL PROPOSALS WAS SOLUTION CHAIRMAN WILLIAMS IS NOW IN TilE HANDS OF I JOHN N. ANHUT COUNSEL FOB

RESULT OF FLIGHT MAKES SESSION FIVE WEEKS AND REGARDING SUNDAY SCHOOL OFFERED TO PROTESTS SECRETARY OF STATE BRYAN SLAYER OF WHITE BARGAINED .

THE JOURNEY WITHOUT A STILL HAVE WEIGHTY CALENDARS LESSON LEAFLETS AND OF THE IMPORTATION OF CIGARS AND MAY BE DELIVERED WITH SUPERINTENDENT .
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SINGLE MISHAP TO CONSIDER OTHER MATTERS OF NOTE FROM I'HILLII'INES AT ANY TIME FOIl illS RELEASE

Special to the SentinelKey Tallahassee, Fla., May 17.-Six Special to the SentinelSt. Special to the SentinelWashington :Special to The SentinelWashington I Special to the Sentinel

West, May 17.-Aviator Domingo weeks of the 1913 session of the Florida Louis, Mo., May 17.-With a few D. C., May 17.-At- D. C., May 17.-A New York, May 17.-A verdict of
Rosillo left the Florida East I Legislature is at an end, and very slight changes, the various subsidiary tacks on the income tax provision: of complete reply of the United Statesto guilty was returned at 6:30 last even
Coast Railway terminal at 5:30 o'clock |j I little important legislation has been boards of the Southern Baptist Con- the income tax provision the Un- the protest of Japan against the ing in the case against John N. Anhut,

this morning in a Moissant aeroplanein I' enacted. With nearly a hundred pages: vention were renewed with the reelection derwood tariff bill were made before California alien law is now in the ascused of attempting to bribe Dr.

his attempt to fly from Key Westto on the calendar, and over sixty pageson of a majority of the 1912 i the subcommittee of the Senate Finance hands of President Wilson and according John W. Russell, former superintendent
Havanna in competition for the! the Senate calendar, the chancesare officers and members at today's ses- I Committee which was handlingthis to the statement from Secretary of the Matteawan Asylum, to
$10,000 prize offered by the city of that this session will go down i in sion at the Third Baptist church. part of the measure with Sen- Bryan late this afternoon. he bring about the release of Harry K.
Havana. Reports received here at history as the greatest joke ever per- The day was marked by several'}ator Williams as chairman. may be delivered to the Japanese am- Thaw. He was remanded to the

7:37 o'clock state Rosillo was flying petrated upon the taxpayers of the radical proposals regarding Sunday Among the complaints heard bassador any time. This status of Tombs to await sentence next week.
State. school leaflets and other matters of against the bill was one by the Cigar strained relations
between
over Havanna at 7:30 a. m. the United Anhut is a prominent attorney of
Augustine Paria, another Cuban There seems to be a tendency among unusual interest to deltgates and their Makers' Union, who want the importation States and Japan was announced I New York, who charged large fees

aviator, attempted to make the bight;I a few Senators to block every measure constituents. A movement for the es. of Phillipine cigars limited to after a prolonged conference between I and figured in large deals.

shortly after Rosillo started, but was; I that is presented, Senators Fin- tablishment of an educational board seventy-five million a year. the President and Mr. Brvan W at the II Ho reeveA_ $.ftT..Oftfl_ _from_ __n Thaw____
forced by the high winds to turn back. I layson, of Monticello, Himes, of Tam- by the convention started, but will Senator Williams said the Filipinoswere White House late this afternoon.Mr. with the promise to get Thaw's re.

Before Rosillo's departure, Paria, pa; Davis, of Madison, and Johnson, not receive definite action until next entitled to free trade with the Bryan admitted that Japaneseand lease. After getting the money he

sent a delegation to him asking that I of Live Oak, who are the reactionary year. United States as islands and remain Mexican affairs and other foreign concocted with Dr. Russell for evidence .
the flight be postponed. This Rosil- leaders, indicate by their every ac- In an attack on Sunday school lesson part of this country and the best way relations had been discussed by him to procure his release, but were
lo declined to consider. When Paria I'' tion that none of the bills introducedin leaflets prepared by the interna- for the American cigar makers to and the President. unable to make the delivery but yet

was informed of Rosillo's refusal, he I the interests of the people shall be tional lesson's committee, representing !solve the problem was "get rid" of the The negotiations with Japan were kept the cash.PARADE .of

is alleged to have threatened to kill enacted. sixteen protestant denominations,'I islands. thus left by Mr, Bryan dependent for
himself and is said to have drawn a They have established a burial speakers at today's session urged!I The sub-committee will continue their solution, peaceable or otherwiseon OF NEW YORK CITY
revolver and placed it against his tem ground parliamentary known as the the withdrawal of Baptists from the I the hearings for two weeks. Their the answer Japan may make thatno EMPLOYES

ple. Friends, it is stated, interferedand Committee on Judiciary B., where committee and the publication of their 1 recommendations will then be made to suggestion by the United States
Paria decided to attempt the President Drane consigns all bills j own individual Sunday school lessons. the full committee and the bill reported for further diplomatic negotiations. Special to the Sentinel.

flight after which he was forced to whether they be a question that only The discussion opened with the report to the Senate. I Summed up to this hour, no official New York, May 17-To stirring

abandon after two wires on his aero- nine lawyers could intelligently consider of special committee on, "Inter- statement has been made in onnosi--. .. -- music .Dlayed. by. fnrtv.tlirpp H-W ---- -_ bra_____
plane had snapped from the strain I I or whether it be for the protection -'' national Lessons," made by E. C. Dar- BIG TOMATO SHIPMENT tion to the crystalized belief that the bands, about 12,000 men, employes o/

caused by the high winds. I|I of the Florida alligator, if the gan, chairman, in which the change I United States is expecting an unfavorable the city, marched up Fifth avenue this
Following Paria's return to the j President is not in accord with its was recommended with a proviso that Yesterday the first full car of toma- answer from Japan. afternoon, to show the people of the

shore after his failure to make the I I I provisions, it is sent to this committee. the matter be studied thoroughly and'I toes ever shipped out of Orlando was The best State Department could I city and the numerous visitors who/

flight, the aviator was arrested on a complete recommendations made at''1 shipped by S. J. Sligh & Co. to J. C. do, it appears, was to deny allegationsof are always in New York, just what a
charge of attempting to kill himself.t Even if another committee bringsin the next meeting. Ii|I I Tub & Co., of Baltimore. The car Japan as to the alien land law and vast and important employer old

Both Paria and his manager declare report on a measure that is not i I contained 417 crates of first quality ask for further time and conference. Father Knickerbocker really is. At
he has not given up his deter- pleasing to the large coporation lob- "GUILTY" WAS THE VERDICT I II i ii I i I I tomatoes. While the House has announced there that, not all of the men who are employed -

mination to attempt the flight to Havana by, it is promptly referred to chair- I II It had been intended to ship this will be no mobilization of the navyor by the city were in line. _
man Davis' private burial The Jury, which, for the past two' car to Spokane Washington but The
The city of Havana offered a ground by I ow- army. great 'city parade formed in
prize of $5,000 for the second aviator the President. days, has been engaged in trying Tur- : ing to the fact that the minimum rate lower Fifth Avenue, marched up that

completing the flight Hon George A. Worley, of Dade, ner Andrews for the murder of Ed I I north of the Ohio river applied to DAMON WOULD SERVE thoroughfare to 59th street, thenei

I county, will introduce in the House a Kelley, after a deliberation of two i 480-crate cars, Messrs. Sligh & Company across to Broadway and up Broadway _
concurrent resolution calling for the hours, brought in a verdict last nightof shipped a car from their Linden San Francisco, May 17.-Charles to 89th street, where it disbanded.

Arrives in Havana I I annointmpnf. of--.a- rnmmitfpp__ ___ _from__ ht\th murder in the first degree with I. farm of 481-__ rratps__n___ to__ _Rin n.. &_ '1'__ _____ ____ .J__ .L ... .. n !:l/HnrP th... n.,1... ......,,...., t k. t-' :
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Havana, May 17.-Rosillo, the Cu- 'IVllLgullnc'y pnlluem vau-
ban aviator, arrived here in his aero-' Houses to investigate the drainage recommendation to the mercy of the Newton, at Spokane, Washington. fornia Prison Commission, made an Department, reperesented by almost
work carried on by the I. I. Board. court. They also shipped one car from their offer to Gov. Johnson that he should 15,000 men. Twenty-two pieces of
plane from Key West at 8:10 this I I I
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This means a life-time sentence in I
He states that the report submitted Cathleen farms to Lang Bros., at Van-
morning. The Cuban government offered take the place of Abraham Ruef, convicted apparatus, three floats and ten truck|
a prize of $10,000 to avia-- V the board to the session contains the penitentiary. Both parties are Couver, British Columbia.S. political boss of San Francisco, were part of the exhibit of the fire

tor accomplishing the flight any and sent nothing more than what has been pub- colored. I J. Sligh & Co., own 563 acres of in a cell at San Quentin prison for fighters. Fire Commissioner Johnsoa

_ _ a cruiser and two gunboats to patrol lished, and, according to Mr. Worley, tomatoes and will, after the middleof three months to enable Ruef to visit who rode at the head of his men Wit
OFFICERS ARE
the route. I who is familiar with the work in the ON TilE ALERT I.' this week, ship one thousand his dying father, according to a let one of the grand marshals of the pa,
i Everglades, he says he wants the real crates per day. They have farms at ter made public today by rade.
Montgomery.
J facts.I In case the investigation is That the officers of the Orlando Police -{I Cathleen, Galloway, Linden and Orlando The letter says: I Following the Board of City Record
LOUISIANA WINS CHAMPIONSHIP I had it is expected that some highly force are "minute men" in every i. but prize their Orlando farm i "I will go for three months to the the Civil Service Commission and th,
interesting facts will be phase of the meaning of the word, above all others. It is located
brought to near
I penitentiary as his (Ruefs) substitute Department of Bridges came the Ten
light that the general public is is evidenced by the results recently the old Fair Grounds just outside the
'I not I., granting the three months' liberty ement House Department, represented
Special to the Sentinel aware of.SENIORJUNIOR. promulgated.Mr. !! ritu and thpv arp at wan.. tAnA in .hnv.. __ .. .L_ \._ ___ .\. t..,_ _'_' .. 110'). nn\. _.J .___ __.L_ \.'___
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New Orleans, La., The Louisiana' H. M. Webb, who has apart visitors. They expect to realize 300 and his broken-hearted motherandwill ; ing exhibits and signs showing the
State University won the Southern ments in the Arcade, was the loser crates acre from this farm.
per
work of the department.Then .
CLASSES ENTERTAINED swear stripes, obey every prison
Inter-collegiate tract championshiphere I of a musical instrument of the"Conn"
rule, work my utmost and remain in followed the Department of
this afternoon. make, presumably by the
COMMENDS.. POST GRADUATE prison without a complaint until Ruef | Charities with their ambulances
Misissippi A and M second Tulane I class of thieves who have no limita-
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Mrs. J. M. Thayer was hostess fora I COURSE comes back to relieve me. trucks and floats descriptive of the
and Vanderbilt tied for third Clem- tions to the variety of articles they
; merry party last evening, her guests "take." Washington, May 17.-High com- "There is no law to permit of this work of this department, the Health
son, fourth; Georgia Tech, fifth; Uni- l being the Faculty and Senior-Junior mendation of the recently inaugurated -. exchange now, but the legislature is : Department and the Board of Ambulance
of and The loss was kept from the notice i I I.
versity Citadel fol
Georgia
Classes of the Cathedral 'School, anda of the authorities until at a late hour i II post graduate department at the in session, and it can easily be arranged. Service, whose display consisted -
lowing. number of young men of the city Friday night, in the hopes of gettingthe I United State Naval Academy is contained I will sign papers waiving every of twenty modern ambulances, twc
and from Rollins. in a letter to the Navy Department human right and will gladly surren- abreast.
instrument back without
MARSHAL ELECTROCUTES HIMSELF The evening was delightfully spentin disturbance. raising a from Dr. J. S. Ames, direc- der myself at San Quentin to take The Department of Street Cleaningwas

'I music and informal games. A "Pun Inside of twenty-four hours after tor of the physical labratory at Johns Ruefs place at once." headed by "Big Bill" Edwards,
Verse" contest Hopkins University, who declares he another grand marshal of the
provoked much laughter Uu...-> nntil'rvoo WPl'P..-... nnt 1"". nn v.. fSA..... t.,.-1...., Hu...."> .r parade
Atlanta, May 17.-J. C. Cash, night as well as some very originaland horn never has known an educational AT THE LUCERNE J and had in line 336 dumpcarts and
was recovered, together With
marshal for the village of East Point, witty answers; the younger girls other valuable stolen articles which scheme "which seems to be so well sixteen pieces of street cleaning ap
electrocuted himself last night by taking -I enjoying immensely the sight of their were found on the chase. thought out as that now in practice in The principal picture of the pro- paratus. In this division there were

_ _ hold of a chain that dangled from teachers struggling with mental problems The promptnness, activity and vig- your post graduate department. gram at the Lucerne last night was, 1,770: marchers, composed of sweepers -
.one of the electric light poles. like unto real examinations.A "The Judge's Vindication." This picture dockmen and their leaders.
ilence of the "force" as a whole is to
The body of the officer was foundat balancing of the rhymes upon the be commended. PLANTING PEARLS was very strong in its nature, Following the street cleaners were
dawn by a truck farmer, and the completion of the contest proved that New York, May 17.-Charles Frederick and informing as to its principle. To the members of the Department of
local authorities supposed that the officer honors for the ladies were divided be- I von Glahn, the 5-year-old son of one who studies the workings of the Parks, who were divided according to
BASEBALL RESULTS IN THE BIG ; __ __ ._ ____ ____ _____ ._.... ___ __ ._
had dronned dead from heart tween Miss Catlin__ and_ 'If 'If rn T"O T 00' \ T. : : I 1 ItJ.,1.. .,,,. ... b. .J." A : IVVIVUfUi \
n_ _Mice_.__ ."plpn._._.. LEAGUES !Mr. ana .urs. i naries rreuents von 14W 4LIU LV "UU1CliiCy Ul uur largercities -" -- :) vLLqflJnu l.n8
disease or apoplexy. It was only at Warlow, luck staying with the formeron I Glahn, of Berlin, Germany, has originated and where the trusts come in city. There were forty-seven vehicles
the coroner's inquest that the unex- the cut. The prize was an appropriate Special to the Sentinel ideas of floriculture. The young contact with them, should have found and over 300 marchers in this division
pected fact developed that Cash had book. National disciple of Luther Burbank was caughtby this picture worth while. besides the exhibit of animals from

died from an electric shock. The gentlemen's prize also had to Boston, 6; Cincinnati, 2. his nurse on the roof garden of a Pictures on this order are worth the Central Park menagerie, under the

;be awarded after Harold Johnson and New York, 1; Pittsburg, 1. (dark-- prominent Broadway hotel yesterday one's while to see. direction of Keeper "Bill" Snyder,
Gerald Hurlburt had tied his Mr. C. W. Goodrich of the The trained elephant, Hattie
- IN TilE SCHOOL OF AVIATION on credit ness.) planting mother's $8,000 string of Orange per
Y marks. Mr. Hurlburt drew the short- Philadelphia.Chicago, rain. pearls in one of the flower boxes. County Abstract Company, made a I formed her tricks and danced for the
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Mr. Karl Kuhl, who left for New est straw and was presented with a Brooklyn-St. Louis, rain.American Young Charles had seen workmenon business trip to Sanford yesterday.In I admiring throng in front of the Public
i book about men and their foibles. the roof planting some large round Library, where Mayor Gaynor and
_ _ York several weeks ago, has entered
the Stram School of Aviation, Minne- Following the contest, college songs St Louis, 4; Boston, 2. seeds. He stole to his mother's room Orlando, where a couple of hun other city officials occupied the reviewing

ola, Long Island, and known as the were rendered including the Cathedral Chicago, 6; New York, 3. and obtained her string of forty pearls dred new homes are to be built this stand.
Deperdussen School. He is operat- School song; and Miss Beers responded Cleveland, 7; Philadelphia, 3. from her jewel box. year, a modern sewerage system to I. Several other of the city departments
ing on a monoplane. We expect to i in her usual gracious manner to Detaroit, 2; Washington, 5. be installed, and fifteen miles of paving followed, and the rear of tht
requests for piano numbers. South Atlantic League "JIM CROW" FOR ALIENS is to be done, the cry of the caravan was brought up by the Police
Carl in bran
home
see come riding a
new flyer one of these days and take Mrs. A L. Mallory assisted the Columbus, 9; Albany, 2. !II Sacramento, Cal, May 17.-Segre- "knocker" is lost in the sound of the I Department, with a total of more
us all for a pleasure ride. hostess in spreading congeniality and I Charleston, 4; Macon, 2. J gation of aliens on passenger trains saw, the pick and the shovel. And than 7,000 marching men. In this
good cheer and in serving the dainty Savannah, 2; Jacksonville: 0. in California is sought by the State in Palatka and elsewhere in Florida 1 1 division there were 35 vehicles including I
BROTHERS SHOW CLEVERNESS refreshments. branch of the United Commercial a like satisfactory condition of affairs -I the automobile in which the

- Mrs. C. W. Greene, of Tampa was Travelers, in convention here. The exists.-Palatka Times Herald. 1 j Police Commissioner Waldo rode inspectors .
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New York, May 17.-The Gibbons COLUMBIA WINSSpeds.1 called to the city yesterday by thee grand council was asked today to take captians, and other police
brothers, Mike and Tom, St Paul middleweights serious illness of Miss Jane Greene, the matter up with the State Rail- Mrs. Mary Duke and daughter, Miss officials and 6,720 regular policemen.A .
outpointed Jack McCarron to the SentbelPrinceton a student of the Cathedral School, ,road Commission. Speakers who Hallie Fernandez leave today for
of Philadelphia, and Young Mike Don- N. J., May 17.Columbia who suddenly developed acute appen ,urged segregation said they often Baltimore, Md., where they will spend LITTLE GIRL'S ADVERTISEMENT

ovan, of this city, respectively, in the wins the varsity tri-angular race dicitis. Miss Greene's condition demanded were put to inconvenience and their the summer. That popular private
10-round bouts at the Madison Square today. The Navy was second and I an operation, which was successfully health was imperiled by the presenceof hotel, Duke Hall, will be closed to -
Garden Athletic club last night Mike Princeton third. performed yesterday after- "objectionable aliens" in first class the public until their return, when it If you have any doubts about thfi
- at no time gave McCarron a chanceas I Time: 6 minutes, 45 4-5 seconds. noon. Mrs. Greene was formerlyMiss coaches. will again be opened to their patrons value of advertising ask the little girl

he kept up a continuous jabbing' Carrie Price, of Winter Park, who come here year after year. who advertized in the Sentinel for her

with his left, crossing his right oc Mr. A R. Page, who has lived in and both she and Miss Jane have WEATHER REPORT lost puppy, which she says came horn
casionally.Keller's. Orlando for several years and workedin many friends, in Orlando who hope Florida-Showers Sunday except The police made several arrests I the next day after she advertised and

the Self Market, is experimentingwith for the latter's speedy recovery. fair in extreme northwest portion. last night for exceeding the speed eight other dogs came with it ,

Banking Ink Curtis A Colorado climate, being at Denver Manday showers, moderate south limit and several drivers of cars will Here is surely a case ofresults from

O'Neal, next now. Mrs. Page is still here. Subscribe for the Sentinel winds. I face His Honor Monday morning. advertising. .
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CONGRESS OF SONS OF AMERICAN ..
REVOLUTION
Chicago, May 17-The twenty-
fourth annual congress of the National Magnificent Of

Society Revolution of the, the Sons official of the sessionsof American Gifts to Please ,' Showing

which will be held Monday and
Tuesday, will be ushered in tomorrow New Spring Suits
evening at 7:30 by a special patriotic
service in Orchastra Hall,at which an May be safely purchased fromus
address by Dr. John Timothy Stone

., if.Chicago, ill be given. where everythingis and DressesWE
The opening session of the congressin
the Florentine Room of the Con-
gress Hotel at 10 o'clock on Monday guaranteed.
will consist of addresses of welcome
by various officials of the society,
ARE SHOWING A BEAUTIFUL ASSORTMENT OF
after which the regular order of busi-
ness will be taken up. The congress SILKS AND SATINS, ALL COLORS, DRESS GOODSIN
will adjourn at noon for luncheon at ALL THE LATEST PATTERNS FOR OLD AND
the Congerss Hotel, after which the Allen & Co. YOUNG. WHITE CANVAS SHOES. THE DISPLAY
order of business will again be re- CONTAINS ACCURATE ILLUSTRATIONS OF THE
sumed. The general reception for
SEASONS BEST AND
LATEST CREATIONS, AND
delegates and guests, will take placeat
IS WORTHY THE ATTENTION
the hotel in the evening. On Tues- OF EVERY ORLANDO
day the congress hopes to dispose of, JEWELERS WOMAN. CALL IN AND ACQUAINT YOURSELF
the remaining business in the morning i WITH THE HIGH CHARACTER OF OUR GARMENTS
session so as to leave the afternoon AND THE REASONABLE PRICESKanner's
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free for an automobile excursion
through the parks of Chicago. The''' Orlando, FloridaOur
excursion will include a brief stop at
the South Shore Country Club for re-I
freshments.The Now York
annual banquet, one of the
chief features of the Congress will beheld
in the Gold Room at the Con-
gress Hotel on Tuesday night and will Repair Department at
bring the congress to a close. Many Bargain Store
prominent speakers have been secured your service always.
to address the delegates assembled .
at the tabels who will drink toasts to If You Would be Posted be a Daily Visitor to this Store "?.: .
the gallant forefathers who threw off .,
the yoke of England over 130 years

ago.The -- -- ---- -- -
ladies, who are guests at the IMItHIIIIUMf "
congress, will hear the address at the I IYOU.SAVEWILL
banquet from the galleries in the Gold I I Everything in Drubs MONEY EVERYTHING
Room and will accompany the delegates -: ,
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on the automobile By getting prices on your
On Monday afternoon they excursion.j Brick and Stone Work -IN-

special seats at the historical pageant I VK DISPENSE OXLY THE PUREST AND BEST I before building.Phone .
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Room on Orange Ave. ,and all are Catholic Church WHAT TO READ 1'I..
THE PLACES OF WORSHIP' cordially invited to worship with us. Trinity Sunday I, If you have the "blues" read the
-Sunday- School 9 a. m. !twenty-seventh Psalm.If For the Next Fifteen Days
First BaptistDr. Mass and Sermon, 10 a. m. your pocket-book is empty, read
MethodistJ. C. T. Douglas will preach both Rosary Sermon and Benediction, the thirty-seventh Psalm.If .
E. Wray, Pastor. morning and evening. 7:30 p. m. people seem unkind, read the fif-
Sunday School, 9:45 a. m. C. E. Morning service at 11. Subject, teenth chapter of John.If We will sell Lime at 90c
Howard, Supt.Preaching "The Story of a Lost Boy." Christadelphian you are discouraged about your
by the Pastor, 11:00 a.m. Sunday school at 9.30. Otto Link, Memorial Service, 10:30 a. m. work, read the one hundred and twen barrel delivered
Subject "Robert E. Lee and .Stonewall Superintendent.B. Lecture, 7:30 p. m., Suject "A Re- ty-sixth Psalm.If per ,
Jackson." Y. P. U. at 6:30. view of the Signs of the Times." you are losing confidence in men,
Music, "The Lord is My Light" Evening service at 7:30. Subject, Christadelphian Hall, Davis & Mc- read the thirteenth chapter of First!I fivebarrellots.Florida: .
Vansing. I"The Curtain Lifted," or "A Look Neill Block. Welcome to all. No col Corinthians. '
Epworth League, 6:30 p. m. H. Behind the Scenes." lections. If you can't have your way in everything -I
Hoffner, President A'I Everybody welcome. keep silent, and read the third:
Preaching by the Pastor, 7:30 p. m. Ladies Missionary Society, Mondayat St. Luke's Cathedral chapter of James. Metal Co.
Subject "What Shall it Profit a Manif 3:15 p. m. Will every member try
He Gains the Whole World and to be present,
The of the
Trinity Sunday commencement exercises j McNEIL-DAVIS BUILDING
Lose His Own Soul." i Sunday school, 9:30 a. m. Florida State School of the Deaf and, . ,.
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Music, "Just As I Am" Jarivs. Church
Presb'terian Morning Prayer, 10:30. Blind will be held in St. Augustine., Phone 41.
Solo, "The Lord My Shepherd," Rev. Jno. W. Stagg, D.D., Pastor.
Holy Communion and sermon, 11. Three young men from the deaf department -j
Rockwell, Miss McQuarters. Sunday School at 9:45, W. R. -
Evening Prayer, 7:30. will graduate this year. All
Prayer meeting Wednesday, 7:30 O'Neal, Supt. Lesson, "Joseph Meets
I I The third lecture upon the church'ssacramental three are said to be ambitious and on
p. m. His Brethren." system will be given at the 20th of this month they will take:
A cordial invitation to everybody I I I Preaching Service at 11 a. m. the evening service, the subject being, the entrance examination for entrance'at
to all services. .Sermon by the Pastor. "The Holy Eucharist." Gallaudet College, at Washington,
Service at 4 The.Best is the CheapestSO
Vesper Song p. m. where they wish to pursue their stud
Emmanuel Baptist Church Musical numbers by the Choir and
The tonsorial artist, sometimes call ies as high as possible.
Preaching by the Pastor,at 11 a. m. soloists, under direction ofV.. Clay
and 7:30 ed a barber by barbarous people, will i GET THE BEST OF
p. m. Subject of morning Inman.
refuse to eat saw dust, but he liveson Florida melons are goin early to
sermon, "Excuses" Subject of even- Evening Service at 7:30. Sermonby
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The Daily KICKS AS BOOSTERS TEACHERS WAGES NOT TO B2:;

South Florida Sentinel COMPARED WITH CONVICTS
Every man who has ever been
HORNING AND WEEKLY kicked by a mule knows that by rea-
According to the published addressof
1
of that kick he moved ahead with
son
Entered at the post office at Orlando. Hon. W. R O'Neal before the
Florida u Second Class Mail Matter. such great velocoity that he had to ,
stop short to give his breath a chanceto Palatka High School, teachers were WOMENThe
SUBSCRIPTION RATES : catch up. What is true of individ- compared to convicts in the matter

THE DAILY SENTINEL uals is true of communities. When i of pay.Y e hope that no teacher or

One year .....................$5.00 the kickers kick and the knockers I student who contemplantes teachingwill
Six Months ................... 2.50 knock, the community goes ahead by take this statement seriously.Mr. .
Three Months .....to...... to.. 1.25 leaps and bounds. O'Neal could not have been seri- daintiest women find the exquisite designs
Orlando can boast of as many ous in that statement. He was cod-
By news carrier In Orlando 60 centa per knockers as any town in Florida, but dling the teachers. If there is any they want in our big assortment. Women who
month Daily and Sunday. every time a knocker knocks the door one class of people in this world
The Orlando Morning Sentinel can be found of opportunity swings open to some whose services are appreciated it is are fond of jewelry, those who want somethingthat
talc in Orlando at Curita & O'Neal's Book I
wise guy who just holds his tongue the school teacher.
Store. and quietly saws wood. The great army of public school is unusual and beautiful, are able to gratify
We will appreciate prompt complaint if. When the kicker kicks his town it teachers are as a rule picked men
delivery is not properly made by our carrien.Adevrtiaini
gives it a new impetus and it leaps likea and women and command a greater their desires here, for our stock is peculiarly ,
rates will be furnished on application.
dog that has been kicked and its respect from young America, and are
.THE WEEKLY SENTINEL swiftness attracts attention and thus held in higher esteem by parents in rich in articles of more than ordinary beauty.For .
the kick becomes an advertisement.If this land of ours, than any other class
.......
Tot year by mail postage paid 11.00 those
Address THE SENTINEL. Orlando Florida. a newspaper office were to installa !I'of public servants. seeking birthday or other gifts there ,
Office 101 Court Street Arcade Building dictagraph which would record all I The fact that they do not get as
Phone 24 the kicks that,comes to the office in aI,'large pay as they deserve, does not are many suggestions.T.H.Evansthe.
I
------ week, and then reproduce those in its show any lack of appreciation of the
J. F. SCHUMANN, Editor. Sunday edition it would present the II I value of their services. Every state
JOSIAH FERRIS Proprietor. greatest piece of humorous patch- I in the union is year by year buildingup

work, the most artistic comic medley its public school system and as
SUNDAY, MAY 18TH, 1913. that ever adorned the funny page of fast as possible bringing the pay up

any newspaper, and would provoke to where it should be, and Florida is
There may be wealth without art, i a smile from the most confirmed no exception to the rule. No statein
but there is seldom art without knocker. But to knock is human, the union will show greater pro-

vealth. We all knock-most all. But whilewe gress along these lines than Florida JewelerOPPOSITE
o are knocking stalwart old Orlando during the past ten years. We are
Generally speaking, the title, he moves ahead with unabatedzeal not in sympathy with any movement
Judge," is more easily acquired than putting on such a goodly appear- or words that have a tendency to make
that of "Mr." ance that after a while we reverse teachers dissatisfied with their lot or
o-- our opinion and curry his favor. Orlando discourage young people from enter- POST OFFICE
The trouble about love in a cottage has been good to us. When we ing this unselfish and noble profession. -
it the seashore is the insistence of were weak, he brought us pure and The School and the Church EXPERT REPAIRING AND ENGRAVING.
her relatives on being there to see it. refreshing water; encircled us with an hold the future of America, and
o invigorating and wholesome atmosphere there is no notion of being stingy or I
No woman ever charges her husband ; handed us baskets of luscious parsimonious with either. Florida hada
with his faults if she chargeshim fruits, and muscle building vegetables; hard time financially but in rapidly > ,
with enough dresses. tossed roses at us with a lavish hand; I. coming up to a point where her teachers -
o gave us a home in the midst of surroundings may be batter paid. If we can
The egotist couldn't be satisfied with of Edenic beauty. I get rid of the professional politicianand
himself unless he felt that everyone Then why kick dear old Orlando demagogue our public institutionswill
. else was satisfied with him. who has been so kind to us? Maybe fare better and the people taxed
o the people were not just downright
Some sleepyheads are calling for a good at all times, and it is barely less.The statement that we pay our SILK STOCKINGS
law to require mufflers on lawnmow- @)
possible that we ourselves have not school teachers per year $243 and
ers operated in the early morn.o been right at all times. But this is lease our convicts for $280 is hardly
not the fault of Orlando. Notwithstanding -
A grouch is one of those individualswho fair.Take for .
our kicking and knocking I Orange county example.The
is positive that they have not had Orlando is growing so fast that he has lowest wages paid for white teachers -
i square deal when, in fact, they out grown all his clothes, and has outstripped I are $40 per month and the high
didn't ask for anything, but simply all his competitors in the" est $225 per month. These wagesare For Day
growled.The i race for honors. I paid for terms ranging from
o Let us be content then with our good six to eight months. The teacher who
highest price a man can pay fortune and smile all the time. teaches six months at the minimum
for a thing is to get it for nothing, wage would receive $240 for six
for he thereby purchases an obliga- .months, or 120 days service. While
REAL CIVIL-SERVICE REFORM
tion. I the eight months teacher at the minimum and'N''
i wage would receive $320 for 160
the President Wilson has solved in the I
Again comes question, What is days service. The teacher receiving
scrapple, What is friendship? Whatis best posible way the difficulty be-'! the maximum wage of $225 per
love? What is perfection? Oh, queathed him by President Taft's month would receive $1800 for eight
that's the use? order placing fourth-class postmasters months service. Of course betweenthe
o in the classified civil service.
minimum and maximum thereare
The Connecticutt man who offers Postmasters now in office in this class, varying wages. Only in the
$1,000 for a cure for snoring nights as well as candidates for appoint- special school tax district do they
might try sitting up all nights and ment, are to be required to take com- have eight months school, and thereare
reading the tariff bill. petitive examinations to show their only a few schools in Orange Our Personal Guarantee
o fitness for retention. This is just
county not thus provided for.
New York, May 17,-Money on call and it is practical.In '
In the colored schools the lowest Accompanies Every Pair
nominal; no loans. Time loans steady; the long run the Taft order wage is $30 and the highest $80 per \ \\ \\
sixty and ninety days, 4 per cent; six should benefit the service, as a firm month and the terms are the same.as
months, 41h per cent. step forward in civil-service reform. with the whites.
o But if unmodified it would for the
There are enrolled in Orange coun-
One-third of the families in the present operate, and it was intendedto ty about 2500 white pupils and 1500 Marion B. Ives
United States live on less than $400 operate, to keep Republicans in black.
a-year; and only five per cent have an office and to keep Democrats out of There are forty-two white schools
income exceeding $3,500 a year.A office. Thousands of these postmasters and 105 white teachers.
a are men who could never have
There are 27 colored schools and
Washington clergyman, in discussing been appaointed under a merit system, forty-nine teachers. EXCLUSIVE MILLINERY PARLORS
stricter marriage laws, made who gained office for political reas- These figures will give the peoplean
this pithy remark: "Better 'No' be- ons and who farm out the work to idea of the average wages of our
fore marriage than 'Re-No' after marriage their clerks or relatives. There is no
teachers and while it may be true thata Second Floor I
especial in the
sanctity claims of
few people fail to put a true valueon
such incumbents. With all the
ad-
o their services, yet as a rule, people
The advertisements which appearin vantage of experience, postmaster! recognize their great worth and work
the Sentinel every day may be who are fitted for the office should and will be proud of the day when i ..
likened unto sign which direct have no difficulty in proving the fact
posts
they can pay them better wages. to every self respecting citizen of
and guide to reliable stores, honest in the test of examination.
you We do not want our teachers com- Florida.
merchandise and economical buy pared to convicts because of their Let us exalt the service of our I
ing. MONEY TO LOAN-Apply at the wages. It is unfair to the teacher teachers and labor to put honest laws
o Sentinel office. 5-18 tf and to the citizens of Florida. upon the statute books and put hon AUTOMOBILEI
Scientists call the habit of scratch- The convict is auctioned off to 365 est men in office to execute those laws

ing one's head "cappilliorriomania," Shanibarger's for bicycles and days of manual labor in a manner and our teachers will come into their
which is an elegant improvement on Sundries. tf i. that ought to bring the blush of shame own and the state will point with
what mother used to call the fool great pride to her public school sys- BULLETINThese
business of sitting in school next to :
those bushy-headed Smith young ones. : MiMimiMMilllllillilinimililM HIM tem.There has been too much public

oNo money donated to private purposes,
town is better loved by its peopie and too much liberality shown men
than Orlando and for that reason ANNOUNCEMENTWe high up in state politics for the goodof
are Bargains in Re-Built Cars. Each is
it is growing rapidly. It is worth the state and when these conditionsare one
the liking and its people are always corrected, we will have more mon- guaranteed to be in first-class condition, is fully equip-

booming the town. An occasional exception ey for school purposes. ped and ready to run.
is of no importance; the Or have rented the store on E. Pine ;
lando man who knocks Orlando is con A CORONER'S COCKTAILAn
fessing that his neighbors have a poor St., formerly occupied by J. S. Rowland & ; Illinois coronor has evolved a"coroner's "
opinion of him. 11912 Studebaker 30" fourpassenger
o Co., and will open the first of next week ; cocktail" which he guar-
antees will stimulate business in his
extra tire and rim. Hartford shock
,
The New York Evening Telegramsays with a full line of Fancy and Staple ; department. This is the way to makeit
that just to live in 1912 costs : absorbers, etc. $600.00
$106 a year more than it did in 1896 Groceries. "Take three chorus girls and three
Its worth it. See how much more men and soak in champagne till mid-

beautiful the world is; how much | Pure food goods, courteous treatment, night; squeeze into an automobile; 1 1912 Flanders Touring Car, complete,
higher the buildings are; how much add a dash of joy and a drunken .
richer the politicians have become, I prompt service will be our slogan. chauffeur; shake well and serve at 50000.

and then, again, we're older, and i seventy miles per hour. Coroner's
hadn't ought to eat so much, anyway. : We ask for a share of your patronage. inquest is the chaser.-Tampa Tribune -

Lincoln Beachey o says he is done : Watch for our opening day. 1 1913 Krit Touring Car, new, $600.00. i

with aviation and will never fly again, i i FOR RENT-A seven-room house,
mn at the point of a gun. Beachey t Modern improvements. Fine loca-
Bays he feels like a murderer, because J. M. Caruthers tion. Rents very reasonable. Apply
several aviators took lessons from him ; 214 East Church St., Orlando, Fla.

in flying and were killed while doing i 5183tFOR San Juan GarageI

their tricks in the air. He has taken ; E. H. Gore SALE-Large Lot near Methodist _
'1 a vow never to enter an aeroplane Church. Whole or part. Withor
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(THE STORE OF SATISFACTION)


SUMMER DRESS GOODS NEW SILK WAISTS SHOES? WELL, YES

The new Blues, the new Tans, the new Grays, the new soft tones ofHeliotrope We have just received a new line of the best sellers in White Buck,
We" are justly I proud of our assortment of Silk Waists, comprisingas
and Lavenders, are all here in a charming multiplicity of White Canvas and White Arabian Cloth. Also a full line of Tan Kids,
it does the newest New York Models 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
Prices from 15c to 50c. shoes for Women and Children, and in our Men's goods, we
range
the new Hungarian effects. All sizes, Prices $2.50, $3.00, $3.50,
have "BOARDMAN'S SPECIAL" shoes at from $3.50 to $a.OO a pair
3.75, $4.00 and $5.00.
SUMMER SILKS of which are guaranteed to give the wearer satisfaction, or I will make

them saticfactry and there are no strings attached to the guarantee;
A splendid quality just received of 27 inch Japanese Habutai (Lyons BOYS' WASH SUITS
attend to that
we right here in he store.
Dye) and 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., elf" and only 50c per yard.
were made months ago, and the results of our operations at that from $2.00 to $3.50 in all kinds of leather.CHILDREN'S .

time are manifest in the delightful assortments we have to offer in
36 INCH WASH SILKS SHOES
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. 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
Prices from 50c to $2.50 a suit.
as perfectly as a piece of muslin, specially priced at $1.00 a yard. you will get good wear from every pair. Let us "SHOW YOU.: "




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I Mr. L. P. James, a prominent cit- Mr. Frank Wideman, of DeLand I YOWELL'S BIG ANNOUNCEMENTThe FLORIDA LOVE SONG

izen of Zellwood, was in Orlando on and Mr. Wm. Beardall, both of whom"

WADE business yesterday. are students of Stetson University,) ladies of Orlando and of Or- A marked copy of the Utica, New

THE TUNER came down to Orlando Friday and ange county will find much of inter- York, Press, in which is a little love
FLA. I
ORLANDO Henry Y. Collgrove is in the city made a visit to the home of the latters est in the advertizement of N. P. couplet that so nearly fits the case of
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taking in the sights and quietly look- mother on Lake Cherokee, returning I Yowell's special sale, beginning Wed- our friend Senator W. D. Gorsline of

ing over real estate bargains.Miss last night. nesday of this week. By looking over that county, and who is one of Or- AUTOMOBILES FOR RENTE.

Chicken Dinner : I the prices any lady will be convinced lando's most enthusiastic and highly L. Murray

at Take the Arcade.your Sunday Price 50 cents. '! Margaret Hart returned last Take your Sunday Chicken.Dinner I.that real bargains are being offered. esteemed winter guests that we Office Phone 409-Residence Phone 612

,night from Jacksonville, where she at the Arcade. Price 50 cents. j i'In this great sale Mr. Yowell is are sure this is the song
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If you don't get the Sentinel, you 'spent a most enjoyable week with I j simply following out a business prin- of his heart and we reproduceit Vesper ServiceAt

| don't get the news. II friends in the Metropolis. CAPT. AND MRS. B. M. ROBINSON I ciple long recognized by the large so that his many friends in the four o'clock this afternoon, the

ON THE MOVE j j I mercantile houses of the country, Arcade and the city at large may Presbyterian Chior will give a Ves-

Mr. J. R. Wells, of Jacksonville, I Mr. A. E. Yowell and W. J. Thig- :I that it is better business policy to know that the thoughts of our friendare per Song Service in the church. They

(was transacting business in Orlando II pen, of Sanford, Seminole county, Capt. and Mrs. B. M. Robinson, and I sell certain lines of goods at a sacrifice with us: will be assisted by the Rollins Male

[yesterday.Mr. I Horida, were in Orlando yesterday family will this week reoccupy their : than to carry them over into Quartet. This will be the last op

I i i shaking hands with friends. beautiful home at the corner of Jack- I another season. Then, too, Mr. Oh, if I was where I would be- portunity to hear the Quartet in Or-

and Mrs. Robert W. Bolo have son and South Lake streets. It will Yowell is preparing to make a move Then I would be where I am not, lando, as Mr. Wetherill graduatesthis
[returned to Winston-Salem, North 1 J. J. Evanston and wife, who own be remembered that the house was into new quarters and he can better But here I am, where I must be! spring, and Mr. Inman will probably -

[Carolina.Mr. '!'a good little country place near this i nearly destroyed by fire last winter I afford to reduce his stock than to Where I would be I can not. not return another year. The

I I city have closed up house for the I and Mr. Robinson has had it rebuilt : undertake to move such a mammoth program follows:

and Mrs. Joseph Gentile, of : summer and gone to their northern and remodeled until it is one of the I array of goods. The cash is more I JUDGE PERKINS SERVES THE 1. Organ Prelude, "Miseracordia ...

I Cincinnati, Ohio, are in the city, guests I home near Lansing, Michigan most attractive and comfortable ( easily moved than the goods and I PEOPLE .. ... . . . .. .E. Nevin
I of the San Juan. j homes in the city. I hence this opportunity comes to us. 2. Hymn No. 35.

| Bishop Gray will conduct services Capt. Robinson and his wife are Judge John W. Perkins, Circuit 2. Venite in A .. .A. W. LansingThe
!fat Longwood today. Mrs. and the best WELL 011 WELL.
Gray among people of Florida and ,
I Choir
Mr. D. H. Jackson, of Pittsburg, Court Judge, who has been holding
[Virginia, is in the city looking after I daughter, Emma, accompanied the have reared a fine family and their! Orlando is making a bid to be considered court this week, remained until the 4. Blest Are the Pure A. J. Holden
i Bishop and will spend Sunday with neighbors and friends aristocratic about ,
(business interests. are glad to see I by bragging midnight train last night as the jury Rollins Male Quartet
!;their friends, Mr. and Mrs. Friederick them enjoy their pleasant home.A !how many cases of appendicitis they:f I in the case of the State vs Turner Andrews 5. Consider and Hear Me ....to

Mrs. S. C. LaM of Sanford, wasn Rand. I have up there. Shucks, neither appendicitis -I the colored man charged with ? ? . .. .Alfred WoolerW.
Orlando yesterday visiting her son,t NEIGHBORLY ACT nor automobiles are proof that j I murder, was out and the Judge remained Clay Inman

[Mr. Leroy Roussan, who is employed I i1 Mr. and Mrs. E. Senteney Robinsonof : I you belong to the nobility these days i thus in the hope that I 6. Gloria from Twelfth Mass Mozart
DeLand, arrived in the city Messrs. Caruthers & Gore when both In fact
in the Sentinel office. yes- were I are so common. ,the Jury might reach a verdict The Choir
i last evening and will spend today atI busy Saturday we've rocked thus far without I I II
arranging their goods I along I by that time. i 7. Offertory, Cradle Song ......
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Dr. Stagg has returned from the I I I the home of Mr. C. B. Robinson on I II on the shelves preparatory to opening I either, though liable to have an at- Judge Perkins believes in pushing ... .. ... .... .Arthur Hartman

Jeneral Assembly in Atlanta and will I Gore avenue. I their new grocery. Mr. Branch, who:tack of both most any time.-Lake court business rapidly along and thus 8. Far From My Heavenly Home ...

reach at both services at the Presbyterian I I is fond of boosting young men, slipped!land News. cutting court costs to the minimum .. . .. .. ... .. Arthur Page
Take your Sunday Chicken Dinnerat in the back door and told them that In this he does the Rollins Male Quartet
Church today.A. I I tax payers a great
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the Arcade. Price 50 cents. II I I he wanted to be the first customer COOLING SUGGESTIONS service. I j 9. My Hope is in the Everlasting...

I i and bought his Sunday groceries. The Dr. Peak's Palmetto and Huyler's .. .. . ... .. .. . .Strainer
W. Newett, who holds a position Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Magruder and i new firm appreciates Mr. Branch's I Chocolate Ice Cream Soda I Miss Gilchrist
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rith an Orlando bank, came home son, C. G. Magruder, of Orlando, drove {I kindness. I I The popular drinks, served to you DEATH OF PROMINENT COLORED 10. He That Watcheth Over Israel...

unday to spend a two week's vaca- over in their auto Tuesday and spent I II \I at MeElroy's Pharmacy. WOMAN .. . . . .. .MendelssohnThe
ion.-Leesburg Commercial. I the day guests of R. L Lambert Mr. II Take your Sunday Chicken Dinnerat Everybody is drinking them but Choir

Magruder is one of Orlando's most the Arcade. Price 50 cents. you-drop in and try a glass, theyare Mrs. John Grover, wife of the depot -I 11. Abide With Me ...H. R. Shelley

Take your Sunday Chicken Dinner I successful business men.-Leesburg cooling, satisfying and beneficial. transfer man died very suddenly Prof. H. S. Pope

Lt the Arcade. Price 50 cents. I Commercial. t AT THE GRAND You know the place. The leading I Friday at her home and will be 12. The Kingdom of God ..Herbert
buried today. The funeral at 10
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drugginst for thirty McEI- __
The Dictums at. the Grand fn.j years. The Choir_n_
yes ray o'clock at the Methodist church.
The Carl Dann Real estate agency Dr. Bennett's office phone is No.227,I evening were unusually good. The roy's Pharmacy. 173t. 13. Hymn No. 74.
She had been for
sold the Geo. E. Macy house and Brick Building, Orlando Sanitarium. program consisted of ailing some 14. Organ Postlude eo.Dr. Volckmar
pictures on com- time but not considered
ot on South Hughey street to W. H. 5152w. mercial and YOU ARE THE MAN WE ARE was se-
geographical subjects interspersed
rious. Friday morning her husband
rokaw, who will occupy it for a with AFTER COMMENCEMENT AT ROBERT
I lively ficticious sto- went to her room to wake her, she
ome. Jr. 0. U. A.I| M. of Orlando CouncilNo. It is your business that we want. HUNGERFORD SCHOOLOur

25 invite your presence at their 1 I ries.The old fad, "movin' picture shows Ours is the service that you need in bed arose, looked and moved up at him to the and edge smiled of and the

Mr. and Mrs. T. D. Ellis and twoChildren open meeting to be held in the Lu- aint no place for respectable your business. 14th Annual Commencementwill
I,I people dropped back in the bed dead. As
of Orlando, are in the city cerne Opera House Sunday May 25th, 'to go," is no more. To visit a first Now is the time to make your plansso colored she of than a be held at the Robert Hunger-
woman, was
'siting Mrs. Ellis' parents, Mr. andra. 3 p. m. Rev. P. Body, of the Emmanuel -I I class moving picture show, like thosein I as to share in Orlando's prosperity intelligence and had more reared ford School May 2529. We are plan
R. B. Armstrong.-DeSoto Couny Baptist Church will deliver the Orlando, is not only recreation for -good printing brings good business.We i average ning to make this Commencement the
large family of children.
a
\ News. afternoon address. Come and bring j I the mind, but interesting and educat- are only an arm's length from I John Grover is among good the hard- best we have ever had and cordially
friends. 18-6t invite our friends from far and near
ing.
your May the
I standard be kept youReach colored
up. working intelligent men of
Dr. Bennett's office phone is No.227, i for the Telephone. I to be present The Baccalaureate
the city and the blow falls heavy on
rick Building, Orlando Sanitarium.I II Take your Sunday'Chicken Dinnerat Shanibarger's for bicycles and The Sentinel, 107 Court Street, his home. Sermon will be preached Sunday May

5152w. the Arcade. Price 50 cents. I Sundries. tf Phone 24. The community will sympathizewith 25th by Rev. J. F. McKinnon, Supt.
of schools of Orange County. The
the family.Shacibarger's. -
Commencement address will be delivered

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for bicycles and cipal of the Utica Normal and In I

Sundries. tf dustrial Institute, Utica, Mass.

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Gran\ m h o air e Mondays'THREE REELS Program- For BoysFROM






"BRONCHO BILLY'S WAY" (Drama) . to. Essanay
SEVEN TO SEVENTEEN
MOTION PICTURES A thrilling drama with G. M. Anderson


Picture Changed Daily. ''I DOLLAR AND A HALF AND UP .
"BEDELIA BECOMES A LADY" (Comedy) .Vitagraph

I -- A story of the country girl I

7il5 PM I AT
FIRST SHOW, > I
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SECOND SHOW, I 8.15. P.M i I "HIS SECOND LOVE" (Drama) . . . . Lubin SCRUGGS & DIOKSON


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PRICES ALWAYS 5c. and lOc. I Every picture we show is licensed and passed upon by the THE MEN'S OUTFITTERSHome i

I National Board of Censorship, which is a guarantee of its of Hart, Schaffner and Marx Clothing

wholesomeness. Our entire service is new. ,

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WEDDING OF PRINCESS VICTORIA Mary, daughter of King George and I ioU... s

LOUISE Queen Mary of Great Britian; the JI It.\

Grand Duchess Olga, eldest daughterof
;
Czar Nicholas, of Russia; Princess Have to Vacate this MonthAm
the Sentinel
Special to
Yolanda of Italy and the Princess

Berlin, May 17-With every prom- Elizabeth, daughter of King Charlesof
inent hotel of Berlin crowded with I Roumania.The .

diplomats, royalty, nobles and other full name of the princess is Men*
Offering and Pants
visitors and the city and vicinity overflowing Victoria Luise Mathilde Charlotte Boys' ,

: with secret agents and secret Hohenzollern, Princess of Prussia. Hats Caps Etc. *at Half-Pri --

police of about every country of The Prince's full name is Ernest I ; *' ,

Europe, and tsill more to come, everything August Chretian George of the Bruns- X' 'J&W : '% ,

is in readiness today for the wick-Luneburg branch of the houseof Any three ties in the'house for $1.00 -
wedding next week of Princess Victoria -
Guelph. He is a prince of Great
Luise, only daughter of the Britain and Ireland and entitled toa "

Kaiser to Prince Ernest. August, son seat in the British House of Lords ( A Vacation Hint ;III, Lord & Taylorts!'Silk Half Hose
of Duke Cumberland.So
of the Mother
and is a nephew Queen
crowded have conditions become Before you buy a railroad ticket 3 for
Alexandra of England.The Ir pairs $1,00
that the Kaiser was compelled to Duke of Cumberland for this or that summer resort, ,
was removed -
make reservations at hotels for some come in and look at our MidSummer tori
from the throne of Hanover
of his most distinquished royal guests. when that state become a part of Woolen line and let us make iif
The first and second floors of the a cool Summer Outing Suit for

his Hotel three Adlon sisters have and been reserved Prince and for I I I throne Prussia.despite insisted Since the upon the fact his Duke that right of he to Cumberland that had- r ii you.We make a specialty of Nor- H1 CLARK ROBERTSON E T Tm

Princess Henry of Prussia, who, by been deposed, Prussia, refused to per- folks and will be pleased to I
the celebrate the of the frilL show you a few of our latest
way, on day
mit him or his heirs to mount the I .
wedding their own silver anniversary.A of Brunswick models.Men's wm
throne of the Duchy to m
large part of the suite of King which throne he was also entitled. It T Fashion C
and of Great ShopHand
George Queen Mary was because of this that the housesof
Britain will also be the MIMMMillMIHIimiMMM MlttlMtMIIMI
quartered at
Cumberland and Hohenzollern were Building r
Hotel Adlon. I
estranged, for the Duke of Cumber- Cor. Church and Orange Orlando'i' \\1
Every train into Berlin brings more I
land swore at his dying father's deb. _

remarkable noted visitors flow and of distinguished guests. In per-the side that he would never become i'' I II III ''q I''' JI I I i THE MARKETOf

reconciled with the reigning familyof
into this the arrival of
sons city mere
Prussia, and Emporer William, of -
------ -- -
ordinary nobles has been completely Germany is also King of Prussia. - ----- -- Of Cleanliness Quality :
overlooked. One has be Prince BUSINESS BOOSTERS
to a MIMMMiillMMMMIIM.
But now all of that has been settled CLASSIFIED
a Grand Duke, a Duke or have royal and Prince Ernest, son of the Dukeof Business Boosters (classified adver- i

blood connection somewhere to ever Cumberland, is to become Duke of tisements) received after 10 o'clock i FRESH AND SALT MEATS
attract attention. midnight, will be run in the "Too Late
Brunswick and Grand Duke of Lune-
Mysterious strangers, with Russian bourg, giving him a rank with other to Boosters Classify"of column.five lines, or less-approximately THE ONE CIGAR THAT 1 FISH AND GAME

accents drop off every train. They are rulers of German states such as 30 words-one time, 25
Russian Secret police, here to protect Bavari. cents; three times 50 ; one week Kept under the best sanitary conditions.
the Czar and Czarina. German secret (six daily and one weekly editions) EVERYBODY LIKES
$1.00 one month, $3.00.
agents scrutinize all arrivals for pos- ; Everything screened away from the flies, and kept fresh
LARGE SHIPMENT OF YOUNG
sible anarchists, nihilists or inter- FOR HIRE-Nice seven passenger and
CATTLE TO KANSAS pure.
national thieves, for probably never touring car. Large and roomy.
4-20 tf J. B. MAGRUDER.BUY .
before has there been so great a We invite and
E. L. Lesler, one of our leading HAWLEVSSTRAIGHTS inspection guarantee satisfaction. We have
gathering of royalty, peers and the in Thornton Park, nice
lot a
cattle men, delivered to F. P. McAl- a everything in the Meat Line.
just plain wealthy. suburb in east part of the city. Carl
lister of Lakin, Kansas, one thousandand Jensen.
Wedding gifts valued at millionsof
head of cattleat
dollars have been arriving for the forty-eight depot here last young week. These OAK HILL is the beautiful subdivision The PARLOR MARKET
some time past, and thesegi fts
are to the Northeast of the city andI
were loaded in twenty cars and startedon Get the best cigar at five
protected as only are the members of still have some choice lots there.
the royal household. Friday for their destination at Carl Jensen. cents, the next time you

On Lakin, and are intended for Mr. McAl want to smoke-judge for H. M. Self & Co.
every side there is a hustle and lister's ranch near that place. WANTED position as manager, yourself.
bustle evidencing very plainly the caretaker and collector for non-
close The herd was passed through the resident By of
approach of some signal event. property owners. man
Many different languages are heard dipping tank here to destroy the ticks. experience who can give it close at- 18.20 PINE STREET
tention. Address. Collector, Senti-
This seems to be efiective in
process
upon the streets, and the least of nel, 4- Made in Orlando and sold
; ;
the and is
eliminating pests, being
these is not English. Americans
Many by all dealers. Phone No. 80tmiiiiiiiiiiMHiiiiiiiiiHiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiu
FOR SALE-New house, II
generally
here very adopted throughout seven-roon
are and with lavish use of I I I
the state. Our cattlemen seem to have with all modern improvements.
money have rented hotel suites the I'I 3000. Will take automobile in part
equal in luxury of those reserved for been dilatory about employing the pay. Address Owner, care Sentinel. HIMMMMMIIIMMIMII
the I remedy until the state authorities and
rolay guests.
The marriage of the Princess Luise i I the Livestock Association, under the WANTED business partner in a '- -

advice and direction of the general manufacturing business with well 111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111,.
and Prince Ernest .:
will be a case of established trade. Need more capital
reconciliation of the Capulets and I government, got behind them, and and will take partner or will make a WELCOME TO
Montagus, uniting they now seem to be enthusiastic in stock company with $15,000 to $20-
once more the In New
house of Hohenzollern the endeavor to rid the state of this 000 capital. Plant up to date and in QuartersWe
and the Bruns- excellent condition. Address Manufacturer ROYAL PALM
menace to the live stock of
industry
wick-Lunebourg branch of the houseof in care of Sentinel. tf
Guelph. I the south.-Kissimmee Journal. I I

After i FOR RENT-Furnished, my cottage BARBER SHOP
of
many days labor the I I on Lucerne Circle. J as. A. Knox.
Princess' trousseau is at last in readi- CHEER UP HUSBANDSDon't I
with are now located in the new Hyer :
\
ness. This bridal garment is most FOR RENT-Five room cottage Modern and Couplete.
gorgeous. No detail has been kick because you have to but- all modern conveniences. Garagefor
over- Everything new, individual & Davis building Church
on street
auto, or horse and buggy. Apply
looked. It is said here that for pat- ton your wife's waist. Be glad your
515 East street. 5-15 tf electric attachments at every
riotic reasons the trousseau was madein wife has a waist, and doubly glad you chair. No stone has been left We are better prepared tojjfil all

this city, but it has been learnedthe have a wife to button a waist for. GROVES TAKEN CARE OF unturned to make this shop your

the design and much of the lace Some men's wives have no waiststo meet th erequirements of the wants in theJHABDWABE.

came from Paris. button. Some men's wives' waists Plowing, mowing:team work, heavy most particular. Plenty of
On Thursday next the celebrationof have no buttons on, to button. Some hauling, etc. Having been engagedall room. Courteous attendants.

the wedding to last three days will men's wives, who have waists with my life in caring for groves, I am LINE

commence with a gala buttons on to button, don't care a prepared to please you. Satisfactionin ELIJAH WHITEHEAD,
opera evening.On
every line of work. L. M. HALL, Proprietor.
the following day a banquet of continental whether they are buttoned 608 Division street, Orlando, Fla.
state will take place and on the day or not. Some men don't have any 5-141 mo. Orange Ave, Orlando, Fla. THE

after that the ceremony will be per- wives with waists with buttons on, to

formed. The civil ceremony will take button, any more than a rabbit.Ex.Dr. FOR RENT-Modernly Equipped
house cheap to small family. Six
place in the HELMS HARDWARECOMPANY
new marble palace at
rooms, 201 West Concord Ave. Also
Potsdam, but the religious ceremonywill Bennett's office phone is No.227, good cow for sale. Wm. L. Coryell.

be performed in ths city. Brick Building, Orlando Sanitarium.

Attendants upon the Princess will 5-15-2w. FOR SALE-Full blooded Jersey cow
be four of the most beautiful prin- fresh. Apply G. W. Rine residence When you want any of the

cesses of Europe. They are Princess Subscribe for the Sentinel. Lakeville near Clarcona. Phone No. EMERGENCY SUPPLIES IHIItlltttHMitMMtltilllllMtmilllMlllltlUf
I 20-22, Apopka, Fla.
d&w5.143t mentioned in

FOR SALE-Twelve acres south of JOHNSON &JOHNSON'SHandbook ilMtlMMItttttfflttitffMIIIIIHHtlMMIIttlltit*

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

Florida. Was in lettuce and cucumbers Cool
,now has fine stand of corn. $500 Keep
per acre. In perfect condition. Write
HAVE THE BEST, STOCKOF owner, G. M. Hord, Oakland, Fla.
12-lw. ofFirst
-

I:LOST-Gold Cross, "H. R. P." under Aidhere
left arm. "St. Johns Day," on stem
Fireless CookersAND
SpringClothing of Cross. Finder please return to No.
8, Jefferson street and receive reward.

is the place to get
WANTED: -At once. A slightly used
one horse wagon. Must be in good them. Call or 'phone.
shape. J. W. Gaines, Orlando, Care


Sentinel for bicycles 163tShanibarger's and DeLaney Drug Co ELECTRIC FANSTO



Ever shown. This stock includes Sundries. tf Orange Avenue, KEEP COOL WITH

REGAL SHOES, $3.50, $4.00, LOST-Pair of nose glasses with
gold chain attached. Finder please

$1.50.It will be a pleasure to show leave at this office and receive reward.17-3t, iHiMMMIMMIIIIIIIIII [ELECTRIC l[ I IRONS AND TOASTERS[


jou the difference between our FOR SALE-Scotch Collie, male, fine
pedigreed stock. One year old. For Autos For Rent at rw
goods and others '
.'i you may see. further particulars, address, Mrs. T. FOR COMFORT
'
,
: .., '; We are behind every piece of P. Robinson, 404 Boone street, Orlando Hour
d 3t w It Any
merchandise we sell and same



must HATS give, SHIRTS our you stock satisfaction.See UNDERWEAR of STRAW. you"Make this can for section.get the good"it desired at Phone with the article Sentinel good 24. unequaledin printing Facilities ; Seven Passenger STEVENS DURYEA Tne rl[ [ [l[ T IL L CO11I i| [i



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Still Greater Are
Blessings Capital and Surplus and Undivided Profits 12000000.


Coming, Says Pastor Russell Total Resources over, Three-quarters ol a Million. ALL THIS WEEKMr. 1


Statement of the Orlando Bank and

What the Day of Pentecost Signified.It i
r Trust Co, at Close of Business
Was but a Foretaste of a Greater Clark Mounts
One to Come-Why It Came When Itt ; i l April 16th, 1913-The Ser- presents"ENRI

Did-Why the Greater Blessing Will i 't'",j' curb Anniversary of
Come and When-Are There Signs

That It Is Near?-Times of Refresh. iti Existence. ROSTANDOF

ing-Times of Restitution-"I Will ,., -
Pour Out My Spirit Upon All Flesh."

Boston, Mass., s '- RESOURCES CALCUTTA, INDIA

May 11.- Pastor ; ; E t Loans and Discounts,.....$368,197.81I. : "",

Russell gave two 'I. Overdrafts .. ... .. .. ..... 92242
addresses here un Famous Exponent and Purveyor
Zc4 I Real Estate Furnitureand
; <
.1PASibQ der the auspicesof ;
.1 the International Fixtures ..:.. ..... 25,853.44 of East India Mystic Novelties,

Bible Students f -' Stocks and Bonds ........ 26,01848 I in his Exciting, Thrilling and
Association. We Cash on hand and in Banks 38,267.61
report one of Entrancing Program of

these, from the I :11 ; : Total ................789260.08
text: "Upon the ESOTERIC NOVELTIES

servants and upon vii; : I. LIABILITIES s
the handmaids in 1 E Including Rostrand's Most Fascinating ,
RUSSELL. those days will I Capital Stock .......... .100000.00 'Y
pour out u.L aiy spirit I 1, Surplus and Undivided OfferCLAIRVOY t
t+ ;
After this I will pour out My Spirit ; ayc ) ;! Profits .... ...... ...... 24, 4448

upon all flesh.-Joel 2:28,29.: ;1 :i Deposits ............. ... 665.11548 A T VISIONS ti
The Pastor called attention to the ti i
+ i Most mysterious act ever presented ,
fact that he bad transposed the partsof
e Total .......,........$789460.08 k
this make their true mean-
text, to V and never attempted by
Ing more apparent He declared that '' ,er*
the Prophet unquestionably taught two any other living person. This ,

outpourings of the Holy Spirit only jI I 4 I F
Deposit April 1111....8692,8'71.81 act alone gives Rostand a pre- hr
one of which had yet come-that upon ..
, God's faithful servants and ha# mald- Deposits April 18, 1811... 66541548 eminent place among the world's ) t ?

ens. The second is to be upon all flesh. I UilU4 Stud Govern ent, State and County Depository Increase in 12 days ......$.72,8948 14T'
Prior to Pentecost the Pastor said, J greatest mystifiers.

no one except Jesus had received splr- 1.._ O 0I111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111
it-begetting-the holy Spirit of son-

ship. God bad held all humanity at a Don't Fail to see
distance from Himself, declaring that
He could not accept them as sons until 4 II111111111111111111IW.

their sins had been atoned for. This CLARK MOUNTS
condition of alienation from God had

continued for more than four thousand
M. SLEMONSDo
years before Jesus came. Adam was

called a son of God but after him none .. .. .......,....:..:... :.,. TIIAT SINGING COMEDIAN]
was so styled until Jesus.
"
After Jesus had received the Holy AND ENTERTAINER

Spirit at baptism, He spoke of Himself k
Mr.
{ Mounts' Repertoire includes
the Son of God. Of His discipleswe
as you want to buy Men's Shoes-King Quality at $3.50, $4.00 or 5.00.
read. "The Holy Spirit was not yet q "YE OLDE TYME" BALLADS

given; because that Jesus was not yet Crosset Shoes at4.00.. Women's Tan Shoes at 3.50; Tan Pumps, $3.50, GunMetal 1k4 .
glorified." 'John 7.39.:: ) Before leaving of merit and are rendered with
I or Patent Leather Shoes or Pumps'at $3.50.Ve have new styles and
them Jesus admonished them to tarryat
rare melodic beauty which
< cannot -
Jerusalem until endued with power best quality.
from on High. "s<6y fail to please.Remember .


For When ten Pentecost days the Was disciples Fully Come.tarried, Do You Want a Boys' Suit or Boys' PantsWe '. v t. this is the Big
g
praying in the upper room, and waitIng r event of the Season. Clean Comedy

Divine for acceptance.the promised This demonstration would Indicate of have a new stock to select from. The Men's Suits that we sell made by % ; : d9 y: .. and Charming Music] Excellently

that Jesus had appeared in the Schloss Bros. are well known all over the country. They are worn by Lawyers, sAn: .r Interpreted.
of God, and that the Father r
presence Doctors Bankers Merchants Farmers Skilled Workmen and men who
had accepted Jesus' sacrifice as a satis- appreciate

faction for their sins, and by the begetting merit and correct style in the clothes they wear. We recommend them. ..t; ....
of the Holy Spirit recognizedthem '
The brand is of show these clothes and USUAL FINE PROGRAM OF
It is
as sons. The sonship to which a guarantee quality. a pleasure to ,

, Jesus and the Church have been begot- we invite every man who reads this paper to visit our store and look at them. MOTION PICTURES WILL
ten during this Gospel Age is to the DI- :

vine nature as St. Peter explains.2Peter w. S : RE PRESENTED t

1:4. : Just Received Mens' Mohair Suits <
The Pentecostal blessing therefore I "
was a double attestation. It proved :

that Jesus as the great Redeemer had I
Admission 5 and lOo
accomplished the work which the Father : -

gave Him to do. It also proved that I !
W. M. SLEMONS
those who had received the Spirit were :

accepted as sons of God. original sin I

having been cancelled through the mer- ; llttMIIMMIMIIiiMtMHIMIIMMMMMIMtlMMMMIMMIIIMItilMIIIIIIM
it of Christ's sacrifice. And although This Wall Board

the miraculous manifestations of God's ,
favor have not been repeated during ,IHIilttiiiiniHMIIMiiiiilMllttMtMIIIMttlMMMtMMMilHIIIMIilHM M

this Age, yet we know that all of the Saves Building Money!

same class are sharers participants in
the same blessing-the same accep- IF YOU WANT THE LATESTIN

tance of the Father. "The God and
Father of our Lord Jesus Christ, which 100% Better and 50% Cheaper i

according to His abundant Mercy hath IN ,

begotten us again.- Peter 1:3. Than Plastering

Our faith has its sure footing in that LINE OF UP TO DATE DRY GOODS, CLOTHING,
original Pentecostal manifestation. Be- Beautiful and Durable ,
cause the Church is one Body. al HATS AND SHOES, ALSO LADIES READY TO WEAR
You cat plastering cost in half by
though composed of many members
-
no repetition of Pentecost has been DRESSES OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS COME TO B. SALO using Bishopric Wall Board for walls 1 -
and ceilings in your new bouse, and
necessary. As soon as we by consecration MON. SATISFACTION GUARANTEED OR MONEY get better results. "Bishopric" looks ,
come into the one Body we are better, lasts longer and saves time in
sharers in all blessings belonging to REFUNDED. building. ,

that Body the start of which came on $5,000 Anti-Warp Bond
the memorable Pentecost Day. On
"Bishopric"the only wan board stiffened
this basis the gathering of the Church with lath. -Kiln-dried lath are imbedded In r.
has progressed for nearly nineteen bun toughened Asphait-Yastfe and surfaced with
B. Salomon Orlando heavy fibre-board Is moistnre-proof. rat-
dred years. Soon we believe. will be proof,sound-proof and fire-resisting. Will not ,
completed. The last member baring warp shrink buckle or pull loose in any climate _
winter or summer. Our 5,000 Anti-
proved faithful and passed beyond the I Warp Bond protects every customer. \L
Tell, the Body thenceforth will be complete HIMItttltilllllimmiltimMlttlllMIMIMMMMIIMMIIIIIMIMMMMMM '
Saves Month's Time -
in glory-united to the Heal a \\ \ \ ,

The Greater Jubilee.To NOTICE OF ELECTION: TO CRE ida, at its regular meeting, May 6, SAY (Aproximately) the Stf of Nft dry.Comes Just In nail sheets it to ready bare studding for use. and Goes It on is
the Church, Pentecost represents ATE CONWAY SPECIAL TAX 1913. Section 35 T 21 S. R. 29 East. And ready at once for any kind of decoration. I
McKINNON a tract 218.46 feet wide, N Edges meet evenly-no paneling Deeded.Bisbpric" Beats Plaster
J. F.
liberation from the thralldom of sin DISTRICTIn month's in
SCHOOL Saves a time building.
and S 662 feet E and W in
by long
Introduction into Secretary. Sheets are 4 feet square 16 sheets to the
and death, as well as swU of nw% Sec. 30 adjoining said crate. Prices low. Anyone who can drive Investigate Now I
the family of God. Thus It signifiesthe town of Eatonville.By nails can apply itGives
beginning of all the blessings compliance with the law regulat NOTICE OF ELECTION TO CRE- order of the Board of Public Users Look into this .
of Tax School moneysavingLasting
which the people of God have known. ing the creation Special ATE MAITLAND SPECIAL Instruction of Orange County, Floridaat ,
Districts and in to a peti- Satisfaction"It
These In various spiritual response its 6th 1913.
are expressed TAX SCHOOL DISTRICTIn regular meeting May ,
J. B. Redditt J. W.
of the Spirit, tion signed by J. F. McKINNON U with rest plewura that I write: jou la retard named below will
fruits ,
terms as the to Bishopric W a U Board: lio roofla
yo.r
Redditt M. N. Simmons J.
J. E. ,
Lord. Hart, Secretary. which*..of BIT brother k...used with more&baa gladly show you this ,
fellowship with God and our A. Barber, J. M. Partin and others, be- food iwulU.ud Had it the haadtomee and beit wonderful, loos-warping, ft_B_ '
The Pastor that those won- compliance with the law regu- that noaer caa bojr. Tier tae 1180 Intonated .. --..,.-
explained I Wall
ing one fourth or more of the qualified sanberofthetrfnend.Inyonraoodsmdsremore fire-resisting Board.Learn ...... y....
derful blessings are not complete. The voters who reside and pay taxes on lating the creation of Special Tax SPECIAL TAX SCHOOL DISTRICT.. & pleated .. how you can save time
resurrection change from Imperfections property real or personal within the II School Districts and in response to a ELECTION HBO. .NJii KmI.m t Second St,Lima 0. and money by uilcg it. See your dealer today

in the flesh to perfection on the spirit territory herein below described, an petition signed by Smith Granniss, B.
plane will be the consummation of the election is hereby called to be held I A. Galloway, L L Stone, C. H. Gal- I In compliance with the law regulating For Sale by I
S. B. Hill E. M. Burkett and
Church's hopes. Although near, this at the Conway Public School building loway, I Biennial Elections in' Special Tax
Florida others, being one fourth or more of School Districts election is
Saturday I an hereby
Orange county, on
has not .
yet been attained.
God secondaryoutpouring June 14, 1913, to determine if the territory the qualified voters who reside and :called to be held in each of the SpecialTax Orlando' Novelty WorksThe
purposely deferred the bounded or herein below described pay taxes on property real or personal School Districts herein named be-
of His Holy Spirit-that shall be created a Special Tax within the territory herein below low situated in Orange County flor-
upon the world-Mall flesh; until the 'District, to fix the number of mills I'I'described an election is hereby called ida, at the usual place for voting in
establishment of His Kingdom. That and collected for Pub- in the town of Maitland, Orange Coun- each of said Districts
to be assessed on Saturday, Mastic Wall Board and Roofing Mf4. Co., Cincinnati Ohio
will be a great Jubilee. In Israel's experiences lic School purposes on said described ty, Florida, on Saturday, June 14th, June 14th, 1913, to determine the num- noa .
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every fiftieth year was a territory and to elect three trustees I 11913, to determine if the territory ber of mills to be assessed and collected ,
Jubilee. Every Israelite was set free to serve for the term of two years in bounded as herein below described on the property within each of:
from bondage and from debts of every said District, described as follows.'I shall be created a Special Tax School said Districts for Public School pur- BOARDPENTECOST
District to fix the number of mills WALL
23 30 and to choose three trustees to
kind and had a fresh start God thus Begin nw cor sec 7 Tp r ,I Ito be assessed and collected for Pub- poses
pictured how during Messiah's glorious run e to ne cor sec 10 Tp 23 r 30, runn serve for the term of two years in t
23 30 to'lic School purposes on said described each of said Districts viz.. Fairview
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Mediator to nw cor sec Tp r run e ,
reign as of New Covenant
the three
and to elect trusteesi
ne cor sec 1 Tp 23 r 30, run s to se 'territory Winter Park, Ocoee, Geneva, Union,
God will on of Jesus'sacrifice i for the term of two in
account
cor sec 36 Tp 23 r 30, run w to sw serve years Pine Castle, Chuluota and Tanger-
cancel the sins of the whole |said District, described as follows:I
23 30, run n to nw inc.
32 Tp r
world and grant a release from all I cor sec 29 Tp 23 r 30 run w% mile,|I Sections, 23, 24, 25, 26, 35, 36, Tp 21, gerine. :

weaknesses and assistance back to the cor run sec n'2 miles, run w to sw cor sec 7 Range 29, Sections 19, 20, 21, 22, 27,I: By order of the Board of Public Instruction BntinBI ds1 Pay vBrtisBrS ,
fulness of Divine favor What a Jubilee Tp 23 r 30 run n to beginning.By t 128, 29, 30, 31, 32, 33, 34, less sw1t of of Orange Couny, at regular -
that will be! order of the Board of Public Sec. 32, Tp. 21 Range 30, and less i I meeing May 6, 1913.
Town of Eatonville and the S% of
Instruction of Orange County, Flor- I J. F. McKINNON,


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God's Love for Man
Louis C. Massey, President "For God so loved the World," isan

announcement fraught with more ,
T. Pictoa Wtrlow. VlceJ'm. 8. Watan HOWl Cubkr
richness and promise to mankind than
CuUer
Howard C. Bibcock. Au't Cutter Samuel A.Newell Au't
any utterance since God breathed upon 1
the deep.
THESTATE We dwell close to the love of God.
What is the
H The great proof of his love was in the
giving of his son for us. A line of

twenty of the world's old men, joining -
hands, would reach back and clasp
BANK CHRISTMAS SAVING
the hand of the Christ. At least
sixty-five patriarchs would reach back
into the Garden of Eden and clasp the

hand of Adam. CLUB ?
of Orlando What a great world this is, and
how it reveals the love of God. If we

.. dig in the earth or split the rocks
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I we uncover the love of God. If we
THE OLDEST BANK IN THE CITYAND fathom the sea or delve into the Merely a number ol people who arrange to systematically
mountain we bring forth the :
gener- save certain odd pennies each week with the
positive assurance
ous love of God. And this love of :
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God began before man was. The I that they will receive a check two weeks before
world was made with reference to the :
The Bank which transacts more business than coming of man and made to accom- : Christmas for every penny they have saved.

any Bank between Jacksonville and Tampa modate his wants and contribute tohis I I
happiness.This .
old world made so long ago :
The large patronage of this Bank has been built up that it is a mere guess when it began, :
is bathed in love. What mighty I You amount from 2 cents week
during twenty years by conducting its business on sound a can save any up.
force, and forces were used to bring
banking principles with careful attention to the legitimate forth this world of mistery and might.

wants of customers. The confidence of the publicis Fires and floods; earthquakes, errup- The 2 cents the first
tions, upheavels and storms what a $11
reuected in the large amount of deposits. rise and fall of animal and vegetable; week "club" nets you .

Average deposits First Quarter of 1913, $900,000. dispensations; what a melting and

moulding and combining of elementswere ..-
gone through with in the great
FOUR PER CENT PAID ON SAVINGS ACCOUNTSOur laboratory of nature before God in
his love had fitted it to the comingof |lIT IS WORTH WHILE !
man. When he saw that it was
good, and not until then did he bring
correspondent banks are located in every part of forth man and perfect his creative
Call at:the Christmas Savings Club Window and let us explain it more fully
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work in the lovliest and divinest
the world and include some of the largest Banks in the ;
thought for man's good and happiness or better still loin some club now.
United States. did he then create woman and

I make her an inspiration to man.
1+HlililllHMimilllMMHIIIMMHMmmHMIH I When we look back upon the misty

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n surface of dimly retiring ages, the
MRS. LAWRENCE ENTERTAINSMrs. SAVE THE TREES I smoking track over which the trainof The Peoples National Bank

1.,. P. Lawrence entertained in creative change has swept, the
honor of Mrs. Doctor Harris, of Jack- Orlando, Fla., May 16, 1913. great plan fades until the sky of past ..-
sonville, at the New Lucerne Hotel, To the Editor of the Sentinel: eternities shuts down and we only "It is a pleasure to serve you." &
Friday afternoon, at auction Bridge. At a time when the government and know that beyond it all is love, and
The following were the guests pres- cities at large are keenly awake to the that when God opened his hand to
necessity of conserving the beautiesof give flight to a creative thought

net.Mrs.. Dolive, Mrs. Wescott, Mrs. nature, is Orlando going to sanc- which he held imprisoned uptil the
Bradshaw, Mrs. C. W. Smith, Mrs.R. tion the removal of the beautiful old ripening of time for its release, that
L Harris, Mrs. Seth Woodruff, oak tree on Livingston avenue, just even then, love was the motive power MmmitMMIMiMMMMtMHHMItHtMMMIIIIHIItMlltMilMMMMMHMI
Mrs. H. 1.,. Beeman, Mrs. J. N. McEl- west of Orange avenue? that drove it to perfection.If .
roy, Mrs. J. C. Patterson, Mrs. W. D. Would it not be a distinct loss to we study the rocks and the rills;
Holden, Mrs. A. Haden, Miss Kilmer, the city of Natural Wonders, and be- the animals and the herbage that REMEMBER THE
Mrs. Geo. R. Newell, Mrs. Richard ing on the street leading to the FairGrounds were here before the coming of man,
Marks, of Jacksonville, Mrs. Badger, ''I will not our tourists miss it, even in the most rude and rudimentary -
Mrs. Dunn. not to mention the many permanent manner. we find the love of God
The high score was made by Miss residents in its vicinity? deposited in it all. After the great -
Kilmer, who was given the prize of We have traveled enough to know artist hand of God had traced all the
honor, a silver belt buckle Mrs.: the value of such a tree, and voice river channels ,built all the moun- I'
hidden!! H Hand Sale l
George R._ Newell received a lucky the general sentiment that it may note tains, planted the forrest deeps, filled
spoon for low score. > entirely removed. the earth with fuel and light, for all
Ice ceram, cake and fruit punch Very sincerely, i ages, the woods with animals and
were served. The hostess is an adeptat "Y." fowels that would multiply them-
entertaining, and the ladies whose No. 8 Livingston, aveune, West. selves, the sea with fishes who by
privilege it was to be present were On general principles I am opposedto their own spawn would provide a sup.
delighted with that social afternoon the destroying of trees. They are ply for all mankind, then was the
which is a rallying day to a woman's of great value to any city, Mr. Luther, earth ready for man and it, and the
heart, that lends sweetness to life and and the City Council, I am quite sure fullness thereof were placed under
broadens the social perspective. are fond of these beautiful live oaks man's dominion. What a wonderful
and will be slow to cut them out. But Beginning WednesdayMAY
love.When
PICNIC SUPPER AT LAKE CONWAY this one happens to'be in such a places i i the Adam of God's thought
to make it really a menace and I walked out into the morning sunlight _
Mr. and Mrs. Mahlon Gore, Miss believe that the City Council is rightin of Eden-awaked among beautiful- -_

Mary Safford, Mrs. C. D. Christ, Miss ordering the tree out-Editor. flowers that wafted at him sweet and :

Hope Starbuck, Miss Emma Hainer, pleasant odors, walked among ani- 21
Miss Mary Branham, Miss Mabel ATTRACTION EXTRAORDINARY mals that licked his hand, and amidst :
O'Neal, Miss Marion Groves, Mr. and AT LUCERNE MONDAY the carols of sweet voiced birds, even :
Mrs. Stanley and Mr. and Mrs. Star- then in this atmosphere unesay with
The from the Dothan its vitality of creation God look-
buck were a merry party who left following a new ,
the city yesterday afternoon by motor : (Ala.) paper will give an idea of the ed out upon man as the only object of I
for "Emmalena Lodge," on Lake Con- excellence of the entertainment which love, and that love has followed man : LASTING 10 DAYS
and also and through all down to the
way. After a delicious picnic supper, appears Monday Friday ages present
they returned to the city, the home- Saturday nights at the Lucerne The hour-aye a love so great that it
ward ride in the moonlight provingnot atre: does not forsake at the grave.
the least of the pleasures of the "What proved to be the most remarkable And what does man give in return Don't is It !
outing. (demonstrations of mystic for that eternal love? Man made in
power ever presented in a Dothan the image of the God of love. Man
MUSICAL FEAST theatre was given at the Palace last made good by God and endowed with
Those I night. the powers of a God, what is his atti-
who heard Arthur Hartman,I
"Rostand hailed tude toward his Creator? What is
the wizard of the was as a man
violin in his concertin
this possessed of mysterious powers, and his attitude toward his fellow creat-
last
city winter under the aus-
the performance he gave last night ures and those things given into his
of TOWELL
pices the Mendelssohn Club, will
be interested in the Offertoire which certainly proved him to be a past keepingOn N. P.
will be played at the Vesper Servicein master in his chosen profession. this holy Sabbath day in a land
the Presbyterian Church this after- "Perhaps the most pretentious of of fruits and flowers so abundant, andso
noon. This his offerings was his famous 'Red rich, what is man's relations to this
number is one of Hart-
man's Room,' in which he reproduced in God and his fellow men. Where are
compositions and was presentedby
him exact details Abdul Hadur's great his thoughts on this day of rest and
to a friend in this city who .
has kindly loaned it to the organistfor East Indian Cabinet mystery. In this holiness? Is he basking in the sun- ill1 THE
this occasion. It was one of the act Rostant showed wonderful skill light of God's approval, as he medi-
pumbers he played in his concert in and with remarkable rapidity carriedhis tates upon His goodness and mercies,
Orlando. audience from one convulsive or is he schemeing and planning with
spell of laughter into another. If utter abandon, for his own personal
BIG WHITE HV
TIED HERSELF TO A MAX Rostand's chief aim is to make his advancement and happiness at the expense -
.. audiences laugh-. his efforts certainlv. of his neighbors, and connivingwith :
The
motion picture theater was met with success last night. men of bad purpose to cheat
well filled yesterday afternoon whena "That local amusement lovers nev- God and man out of their just dues,
stout woman entered and wedged er tire of songs well rendered was Will not that love that was born STORE
herself in next to a slender man. Fora demonstrated the with God's best
at Palace last thought for man,
time both appeared extremely interested night when Mr. Mounts, appearnigfor cause him to pause and reflect thatno >Tm
in the pictures. Then the the first time before a local audience man lives unto himself? Resolve
woman noticed that one of her shoe- I was given a reception that this day to high and holy living.AT .
laces was undone.
After
somethingof was spontaneous and well deserved.Mr. .
a struggle she bent over and fina Mounts is a lyric tenor of exceptional FROM A MAN'S POINT OF VIEW :I the new hats at So-and-So's or the Up-and-doing men find just as muchof
Jy succeeded in bringing both of the ability and splendid stage THE FAVORITE MONDAY smart boots at a pupular shop or the valuable information in the advertising -
laces together. A few minutes later presence." Hearts of the Northlands .....ImpsA splendid and satisfactory service received pages of The Sentinel as women
the man arose as though to start for These gentlemen will appear at -- Drama nf V4 .T\lrl..ism' ."..,Hs.-,,ionOne It used to be said that newspaper at a well-known haberdashery.Many do.
the door. Down he went into the the Lucerne Theatre all next week. of the Braves .. ... .. .. .Imps advertising held very little interestfor stores make a special effortto
aisle and the woman gave vent to an ComedyThe men. They were too busy, and
exclamation. The audience turned Fight for Right .. ... .Nestor were quite willing that their wives plan their merchandising so that The St. Petersburg Times of the
from the flickering to the real catas- The Dann Real estate agency report An Uplifting Western Drama and mothers and sisters should ,read men, busy, particular men may shop 14th says: "Fifty-five trout, nine
trophe. She had knotted her shoe- sales going right on just the same as The Largest Cranberry Bog in the advertisements and attend to the conveniently, quickly, and be sure large sharks and seventeen mackerel

lace with his. It was several min- if the tariff bill or Webb bill were World ... ........ ..... ...Imps household shopping.That not only of correct and individual apparel furnished two sportsment a good time
utes before the pair became un- never heard of. Colonial Park is Educational is all different now. At the but of painstaking, intelligentand yesterday fishing near Bunch's Pass.
tangled and untied.-Kansas City the field of their activities now and clubs, in the hotels wherever men efficient service. That is what A couple of the shark were large ones

Times. ... each week records several lot sales. Subscribe for the Sentinel meet-you hear them chatting about appeals to a nun. and required much skill in handling '



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