The daily sentinel
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Title: The daily sentinel
Uniform Title: Daily sentinel (Orlando, Fla.)
Alternate Title: Daily South Florida sentinel
Physical Description: 1 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: Josiah Ferris
Place of Publication: Orlando Fla
Creation Date: May 21, 1913
Frequency: daily (except monday)
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando
Coordinates: 28.533611 x -81.375833 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1913.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 1, no. 269 (Dec. 20, 1913).
General Note: J.F. Schumann, editor.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 4 (Feb. 14, 1913).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Central Florida: Florida Digital Newspaper Library
Holding Location: University of Central Florida: Florida Digital Newspaper Library
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002075051
oclc - 34297092
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lccn - sn 96027192
System ID: UF00087112:00018
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Related Items: South Florida sentinel
Succeeded by: Morning sentinel

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










West Palm Beach, May 20.HenryM. Havana, May 20.-With the inauguration New York, May 20.-Dr. F. F. Atlanta, Ga., May :20.-At no time } Special to the Sentinel I Special to the Sentinel .
Flagler, the Florida East Coast today of Gen. Mario G. Meno- Friedmann had no comment to make during the remaining few weeks of I Washington, D. C., May 20.The Washington, May 20.-Representative -
Railway magnate, and principal own- cal, as President in succession to yesterday on the news of the deathof his administration will Gov. Brown general concensus of opinion among R. P. Hobson, of Alabama, her
er of that system, together with the President Jose Miguel Gomez, and of an eighteen-year-old boy in Worcester entertain or even consider an- I cabinet officers following today's cab- of the Merrimac, has left the committee
palatial east coast hotels, died at 10 Dr. Enrique Jose Varona as vice president -, whom he had inoculated with other application for the pardon of I inet meeting at the White House was on Naval affairs in dispust. Ht
o'clock this morning. the Cuban republic enters on a, his turtle vaccine on April 18, and no Thomas Edgar Stripling, the former that there would be no further action voluntary selected as his assignment
Flagler's death follows an illness of ne w phase of its existence in a spirit I reply to make to the charge of Dr. Chief of Police of Danville, Va., whois in the Japanese situation until int the new congress the chairman-
many weeks. He has been steadily of high hopes at preservation of peace Overlock, State Inspector of Health of serving a life sentence at the state the Mikado's government makes some ship of the House Committee on edu
growing weaker during the last ten ar id the establishment of prosperity Massachusetts, that the vaccine had farm near Milledgeville for the murder sort of a move. cation. Failing to convince the House
days, and for a week or more he has or i the island. killed the boy. Dr. J. W. Beattie, de- committed in Heard county, Geor-! With the dispatch of the American'[ Naval Affairs Committee of the necessity -
been totally deaf and unable to take President Monecal, on taking office, scribed to a World reporter last night gia, sixteen years apo. i reply to the Japanese note, the pro- to build battleships to guard
nourishment. I ice intents himself with the declaration how easily inoculation might prove The governor made his position on' tests of the United States' part in the the country against trouble, Representative
any Early in the season he was moved tt lat he will devote all of his energis fatal. this matter very clear Monday morn- controversy over the alien land law, Hobson determined to leave thin
from his winter home at St. Auguis-to; i giving the country a clean, bus- Dr. Meyer, an assistant of Dr. ing and he was prompted to do so be- ended temporarily. committee to accept the chairman-
tine to a residence here on the beach, in icsslike administration, which will Friedmann ,said: cause he had noticed in several of the Judging from the Japanese preced- ship of another committee which wiD
and it was while supposedly recuperating f ster> the industries of the island and "Why, to say that the vaccine wouldbe state papers news stories to the ef- ents, it will be at least a month per- promote the welfare of the South.
that he attempted to descend ajdi(j evelop its spdendid resoures, which harmful is ridiculous. To say that fct that Stripling's attorneys are pre- haps longer, before the Japanese for- I Lemuel E. Padgett, of Tennessee
stairway, when he fell, breaking a'' w'ill welcome foreign capital and immigration -I. Karekef Yaglan, the Worcester boy, paring to petition for a reopening of eign office formulates a reply to the it is believed will be chairman of the
hip. Since this accident, about six and maintain friendly rela- was killed by the inoculation is pre. the Stripling pardon case. American note.Diplomats Naval Affairs Committee although
weeks ago, he has been confined to ti:ons with all nations, and especially posterous. It's too absurd to discuss Following his conviction and life in Washington considerit Underwood says committee has not
his bed continuously, and while all the ;with the United States, to which Cubai and Dr. Friedmann, I am sure, will: sentence, Stripling escaped from the probable that the situation will been made up.
medical skill that could be secured(, so closely linked by bonds of mutual pay no attention to Dr. Overlock'!i; Heard conty jail. Fourteen years be allowed to remain quiescent until
attended him, he has suffered intense-ffection and interest. charge." later he was located at Danville, Va., the Webb bill goes into effect in August AT THE LUCERNE LAST NIGHT
ly. "I am not surprised to hear of hi:t where he was the chief of police and I Then Japan is expected to file I -
The body will be buried in a mauso-, ATLANTA OLD GUARD VISITS death," said Dr. Beattie in his office. a respected citizen, having adopted I another and more strenuous reply or That polite and vaudeville and motion -
leum at St. Augustine in the yard'of NORTH in the Murray Hotel. Dr. Beatti<> an assumed name. He was brought; do something to prevent the enforcement I pictures of the higher order art
I recently returned from four months 1 back to Georgia and of the law. '
the Flagler Memorial church which a strong effort appreciated by Orlando amusement
he gave to the Presbyterians. I Special[ to the Sentinel study of the turtle bacillus and the 'was made to obtain a pardon for him It is frankly admittd in official cir- j lovers was evidenced by the immense
Atlanta, Ga., May 20.-Attired in vaccine under Dr. Piorkowski in Ber-(on the ground that he had lived an I cles that the government emissariesin audience which filled the Lucerw.'
MORALITY PLAY FOR SUFFRAGE resplendent uniforms with bands play- lin. I am not familiar with the case 'upright life since his escape. California are working to facilitate I Theater last evening. The bill thai
AT THE NEW NATIONAL l ng and colors bying, abot sixty members and of course cannot say whether Governor Brown, to whom the ap- putting in a motion of the referen-i Manager Magruder is offering this
THEATRE of the Old Guard Batallion of the death was caused by the inoculation :plication for pardon was submitter, dum against the bill which will delay I week is easily one of the very best
Special to the Sentinel.Washington (Sate: City Guard, the remnants of I or not, but the turtle bacillus is powerful 'I early in 1911, declined to grant a par- its enforcement for two years and Rostand, the Man of Mystery, is
May 20.-As aesthetic one of the most noted regiments for good if properly used and almost don, although powerful pressure was thus enable the government to for- living up to the same high standard
blow was struck for woman suffrage 1 which defended the South in the Civil I''' certain to prove fatal if improperly brought to bear upon him from all mulate its plans for a new treaty or which he set on his opening night
here today when Mrs. Christian Ham- '.1 War, marched to the Terminal station'i used. parts of the state and a tremendous : take the question of constitutionality I The various experiments he offers are
rick, millionaire convert to "the 'this morning and boarded a special I "It will kill as well as cure and, sentiment in Stripling's favor was of law to the courts. i becoming more and more mystifying
cause" produced her morality play, 'j train which will take them on a tour mark my words, as these tuberculosis created. All this is pointed out to Japan in and his efforts to please are meeting
"Woman," at the New National The- of the important northern and east- institutions are established and as inoculations last night's reply to the Tokio protest i I with the popular approval of all.
atre. A hundred prominent suffragists'and I ern cities. The mission is one of are made you will hear of TURK KILLED BY IllS ENEMIES and thus therefore, it is expected I He promises more of his mental
Washington society women and peace and good will; the south visits other deaths and they will be caused that the Mikado government will ;I! work tonight.
girls took part in the play which was the north to show the northern folks by the inoculations. Vienna, May 20.-Essaad Pasha, be rather slow in stirring up the mat- I j Mr. Mounts, the singer. was ac-

in the nature, of an allegory designedto that the southerners have completely "Personally, I would not inoculate a who commanded the Turks at Scutari ter anew. j corded the same hearty reception. he ..
'depict the trials and tribulationsof forgotten the animosities of '61. \ until I throughout the
patient had satisfied myself siege, has been mur- i has received since his opninj on last
Woman. The play was writtenby Thirty-four years ago, the Old as to his condition by my own diag- ,,dered at Tirana, according to reports REGULATING SALARIES Monday.An .
Mrs. Memmick, who has dalliedin Guard, then more numerous, younger nosis. I would not accept the diag- which reached the Albanians at ----- especially fine program is announced
the drama for several years. Her and sprightlier in step, but not a whit nosis of another physician no matter Trieste, says a dispatch to the Reichs- Special to The Sentinel : for tonight. Lots of good
plays have been given in Bar Harbor more gallant, made a similar tour and what his standing, because I know the I' post from that city. Springfield, 111., May 20.-Seven \ ;sigiig, lots of good comedy, and Iou
and New York and their visit to the northern cities wasa !1 Tirana is and one half dollars per week is fixed
Washington and danger as well as the benefits to be where Esaad Pasha I .of big hearty laghs in store for all tonight
her conversion to the suffrage cause gala occasion in each of their stop expected from this vaccine. marched with many thousands of temporarily as the lowest pay that
and her action in writing a play for I ping places. 'I For patients in the first or second Turkish troops after the evacuation of I could be given to women and minors' Among, so come the numbers early. rendered last

it is considered a reason for devout The iterinary includes Washington 'degree of consumption, I feel certain Scutari and formed a provisional Al- : in Illinois in minimum wages by law! "1 Would Live or Die For
night were,
I'Baltimore New York'I( and was endorsed tonight by the Senate '
thanksgiving by suffragists here. The Philadelphia, the serum will effect a permanent banian gocernment. You," and "Where the River Shannon
play was produced for the benefit of and Boston ,in each of which cities; cure. But I would never inoculate a I It is thought the murder may be the white slave commission. The : Flows.
the Icoal woman suffrage organizationand a two to four days' stop will be made.\patient in the third or fourth degree result of a blood vendetta carried out meeting was attended by Lieutenant'II
The for tonight
already is said to have been of\ The return trip will be made by boa'''t of tuberculosis. In the first place, it I by relatives of General Hassan Rissa Governor O'Hara and Senators Juul,| "The pictures Patriots "Thanhouser
great benefit, financially and other- !from New York to Savannah, th< would do no good. Science knows nor Pasha, who preceded Essaad as com Woodward, Ball and Tossey. It was j historical .
interesting story
wise. : travelers arriving in the latter cit; remedy for a third or fourth decree-, imandant at Scutari, and whose death. decided that Juul shall introduce the I very"Those Good Old Days,"-Key
;t" on June 4. tatient. In the there laid bill in the Senate tomorrow. I
second place, insteadif I ;I was to Esaad Pasha. drama.
I Members of the commission to be !i stone, comedy
CRIME ON THE DECREASE !IC helping it would almost I "
f SOME PUBLIC MEN HAVE HONOR |II l li ill; and kill quick.. certainly 1 SPRING MEETING AMERICAN SO. appointed by the governor for a term, "The Night Riders, -Majestic, a
1 picture extraordinary.
Atlanta, Ga., May 20.-Crime is\] I CIETY MECHANICAL ENGINEERS of three years and are to receive sal
not on the increase in Atlanta, no I i There is a general impression that] I 5ASEBALL RESULTS IN THE BIG aries of $2,000 each and traveling ex j MACON BANKER STILL ALIVE
matter how the increased cost of living I ill public men are dishonest and with- LEAGUES II I i .- penses. II Special to the Sentinel
or other social problems may affect ut conscience, but each day, there Special; to the Sentinel Baltimore, May 20.-Fire pro teci Macon, Ga., May 20.-B. Sander
other localities. A tabulated I:ire public transactions that ought to NationalPhiladelphia i II i ion and the value of high pressure SOME OF FLAGLER'S HOLDINGS i I Walker, the young banker who swallowed
statement just prepared by Chief of,'convince us otherwise. There are 5; Cincinnati, 1. !j systems will be the principal topics ----- a seven grain bichloride of mercury -
Police Beavers on request of Chief J.i i great men today, unselfish and right- Boston, 3; Chicago, 7. ''of: the annual spring meeting of the Special to the Sentinel : : tablet by mistake last Wednesday -
M. Quigley, of Rochester, New York,' eous men as there were in the days of New York, 0; St. Louis, 8. j American Society of Mechanical En- New York, May 20.-Henry M. and whose case has puzzled hij
who is gathering statistics from all : Washington and Lincoln. Some of Brooklyn, 1; Pittsburg, 4. gineers which opened here today and Flagler, who died today at West Palm physicians, is holding his own and
parts of the country, shows that during these are in public life. I AmericanSt. is scheduled to last until next Friday. Beach, Florida, owned thirty thous- II there are indications today that ht
the last four years the number of'' The other day a Republican from Louis, 3; New York, 6. The delegates will be shown the high and shares of Standard Oil stock, as I may recover.
arrests in Atlanta has remained about : Michigan furnished the country with Cleveland, 10; Washington, 9. i pressure water system recently installed is shown by a report made to united | Water is being given by injectioninto
stationary. | another unusual experience. He resigned Detroit, 8; Philadelphia, 7. i in this city demonstration of States circuit court when the supreme \ the veins. A pint of olive oil if
faking into account the increase in j his position in Congress be- Chicago Boston, rain. 1!, its water throwing power given them. courts decree of dissolution of the !I' given every twelve hours and the patient -
population this means that crime is'' cause he said that he was not entitledto South Atlantic i Today the delegates were busy great trust was executed. is kept wrapped in a steaming
actually d? reasing. : the certificate of election. His I Charleston, 1; Jacksonville, 0. (. registering at the headquarters at the What his holdings was in other corporations blanket to eliminate uric acid. The
i Progressive opponent had been ruled Columbus, 3; Macon, 2. Hotel Belvedere. This evening there is not known, nor is the ; kidneys are responding slowly to
GRAND ROY % ARCH MASONIC;out on a technicality. Legally he was t Savannah, 7; Albany, 1. I will be a membership reunion and to- value of his immense properties. in I treatment. Walker suffers no paia
CHAKFEH! entitled to the position, because 458 t Carolina ;!morrow the regular business meeting [ Florida approximately known. j I and is conscious.
k ----, ballots cast for his opponent were Charlotte, p; Winston-Salem, 1. ;will start. Following the business One of his former Standard Oil ) ,; t
At the State Meeting of the Grand I erroneously printed. But he was sat-I Greensboro, 2; Durham, 1. i I meeting there will be a professional I I associates said he thought the dead i Shows ImprovementMacon

Royal Arch Chapter held in Jacksonville 'isfied that the people who cast those I I'I Raleigh, 1; Ashville, 0. n_ I ,session which the- speakers. will- v PO- into'. magnate's estate would inventory ati I Ga., May 20.-B. Saunderfc
the following officers were elect-!'I ballots desired the election of the 1 1I 'the mysteries of rriedianSeal engineer-I Jeast one hundred million dollars. ;I Walker, the young banker who swallowed -
ed and installed this week; I Progressive, and counting those vote:* WOOD CHOPPERS O. TRIAL ing. t In the afternoon a demonstration j a bichloride of mercury tablet
T. Picton Warlott, Orlando, G. M.; for him turned his own majority of I,, Newark, N. i, May 20.-Seeleyi I Of the high pressure system will BOYCOTT LIVE CIIICKS STUFFED' by mistake seven days ago, showed
H. K. DuBois, Port Orange, P. G. M.; something over 200 into a minority Davenport and Jacob Dunn, woodchoppers 'fee given in City Hall Park, followed signs of improvement tonight and his
T. C. Calmes, Plant City, G. Treas-\|I of the same size. When he received I were brought into the United ;i, by an inspection of the pumping sta- New York, May 20.-Twenty carloads ';, physicians now that he has more than
urer; W. P. Webster, Jacksonville, G.II i the certificate he was upheld by the I States District Court here today ,, tion and a sail about the harbor to I of chickens, four thousand chick : a fighting chance for recovery. "I
Recorder; John H. Weddell, Grand I courts and by Congress. And he is for trial on a charge of having sent inspect the water frontOn ens to the car, were held in Jersey :; can beat poison out yet," said Walker
Chaplain; F. I. Archibald, Tampa, G. not the first man who received an elee.I threatening letters through the mails' Friday, the delegates will paya I City because angry jobbers refused:' confidentially tonight
C. of Guard; J. L. Hall, Jacksonville, I tion on a technicality. There was to Woodrow Wilson. Aside from hand- visit to Annapolis, the capital of to receive them. Scarcely a live chicken i iE Mrs. Walker, the young wife of tht
G. C. of Concil; Joseph, Elwell, Orlando I much protesting and a great deal of writing experts the principal witness ::Maryland, and to the U. S. Naval i was handled by dealers )yesterday.' banker, was greatly cheered when tie
Grand Marshall; D. H. Rutler, noise by the leader of the army of to be called by the governmentwill Academy to be followed by a recep- I I The trouble arose over a recent complaint : physicians announced the verdict of
Daytona, Grand Steward; D. '''B. Palm I Armageddon. But the law and the be Joseph Tumulty, the Presi- ,'tion by Governor Goldsborough, at the I, of jobbers that receivers were ] their evening consultation.
r, Monticello, Grand Sentinel. !( _precedents were against him., even_ ---t dent's secretary. State House. stuffing chicken crops with weight-
though in that instance right was : producing sand and gravel to make GOLF CHAMPIONS WORK OUT
with him. Now we see the who WANT FIXED PRICES in t tI
man i sustained
i for shrinkage
NOMINATIONS FIFTY-SEVEN STRIKERS AR- up transit.. West Newton, Mass., May 20.-
profited by the error-refusing to take Washington a} 20.-Legislation j RESTED I Until receivers agree to Three aspirants for the British opefi-
to the SentinelWashington advantage of the opportunity and retiring which will give owners of proprietaryor I I practice the dealers say they will boycott \ golf championship, Mike Brady, d
D. C., May 20.TheSenate i from the House.WEATHER patent medicines the right to force | Paterson, N. J., May 20.-Fifty- all live poultry. Ordinarily about I Wollaston; Tom McNamara, of Boston
confirmed the dealers to sell their products at a fixed seven persons were arrested this handled
late today nomination 1! 125,000 live fowls are daily. j and Alec Campbell, of the Brook-
of John Purroy Mitchell to REPORT price was proposed today at the an- ; morning near the Price silk mill, to I
I' line Country Club, had their last pub-
I which the hands returned
be of New York nual convention of the Proprietary yesterday I
collector of the port The next Palm Beach County Fair lic workout in the ninth Massachusetts -
M. Association when it convened. The : in the face of protests from Industrial
also the nominations of Gaylord Florida-Showers
Wednesday and will be held in Palm Beach. It is pre- open championship, which began
Saltzgabel to be commissioner of pen- probably Thursday. legislation proposed is to be requestedof j Workers of the World, leaders con- dicted that this fair will be the best today. The three "pros" will lean
sions. Also confirmed the nomina- Congress if the present case now ducting the strike. exhibition of agricultural productsever for England later in the week, and
tions Don't fail to attend the in the United Twelve hundred or more strikers
of George W. Guthrie, of Pitts- big sale pending States Supreme shown in the State of Florida. hope to obtain sufficient practice for
burg, Ambassador to Japan and aboutone at the Big White Store this morning. Court is decided against the paten- \and others gathered in the streets the British championship, which begins
hundred and fifty postmastersand tees, Frank J. Cheney, of Toledo, 0., near the mill today to jeer the return--I June 19. f
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Clarence E. Fulton of Tampa, son I
of one of the most prominent cattle I Magnificent Showing of
raisers in Florida, placed the muzzle I Gifts to Please
of a shotgun to his breast and blew
his heart out Saturday afternoon after II II I
writing a note on the back of a letter I II I New Spring SuitsDresses
he had received from his wife tellingshe I
had deserted him. Fulton had I May be safely purchased from j I
been in South Florida when he
to find that his wife had return-I and '
with their 11-year-old child. us where everythingis

Anna Maria has-boasted of the largest -j" guaranteed.

bathhouse on the coast of Florida|
since the resort was opened two i I WE ARE SHOWING A BEAUTIFUL ASSORTMENT OF
years ago, but this 100-room bath-j| I SILKS AND SATINS, ALL COLORS, DRESS GOODSIN
house has become too small to accom-
odate the many visitors to the beach'and
C. Burkheart has let the contract Allen & Co. YOUNG. WHITE CANVAS SHOES. THE DISPLAY
for 60 additional rooms. In addition CONTAINS ACCURATE ILLUSTRATIONS OF THE
shower baths will be installed, bath I SEASONS BEST AND LATEST CREATIONS, AND
suits renewed and Anna Maria can' IS WORTHY THE ATTENTION OF EVERY ORLANDO
her boast of the largest
soon renew
and most completely fitted bath house
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The large portable asphalt plant for I ,
the West Construction Company arrived -
this week, and a force is busy I Now York
getting it fitted up for manufactur.-:,
ing asphalt to be used in the completion -:
of the pavement of about 42,000!
square yards of streets in this city.' Our Repair Department at
When the machine is started it will)! Bargain Store
be kept running night and day, and: service always.Everything .
with a large force of men laying the
asphalt, it is believed that our long-"
tourn-up streets will be in good con-: If You Would be Posted be a Daily Visitor to this Store
dition in four or five weeks.-Braden-
town Note in Tampa Times.
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Miss Ada Daniels is at the point of
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and hip and Raymond Saunders is' T NEWYORB BOSTON TIlE" OAKlAND
badly cut about the thy and is inter- t. ,
ally injured from the effects of a I .- AND ALL
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north of this town late last night. The '
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restricting of the State, which places -,
Auxiliary One hundred cars of truck are now Frank Clark and Claude L'Enplej In the znest style of the "art preser-
The Publishers says: For the Next Fifteen DaysWe
"The Chicago Daily News paid said to be leaving the Manatee sec- in different districts, will be some-'vative." Call and see samples and
$1,200 for a story and then spent tion weekly.A what of a disappointment to those get prices. Sentinel office, Phone 24.\\
who had rather hoped to witness a
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$5,000 advertising among pea i
pie of Chicago. Another Chicago!I,' number of new buildings are be- battle royal between these two political Dr. Bennett's office phone is No.227,. will sell Lime at 90c
paper paid$300 for a series of articles ing erected in Bradentown, both for war-horses. As there was no Brick Building, Orlando Sanitarium.I
and spent nearly $7,000 advertisingit. I residence and business purposes. reasonable prospect of a Kilkenny cat 5152w. |I barrel delivered
result to that looked-for per ,
This paper bought half page spacein scrap per- I I
more than 100 country daily and t! Seminole Heights, a suburb of Tam- haps, after all, things are shapingup Blood is thicker than water, which'
weekly papers in which to advertise 1 pa, now has a volunteer fire depart- for the best. may be the reason a kin row lasts; five barrel lots.
this one feature for which they had:ment and has purchased a $500 chemi- longer than the other kind.If ; l
paid $300. The big papers all over cal wagon. Miss Margaret McVoy, an aged and I I .
this country are proving the value of highly respected resident of Pensacoladied I you want to sell or rent your
advertising by using it as a business Palatka is making big preparationsfor very suddenly a few nights ago. house, a classified ad will bring re' Florida Metal Cd.McNEILDAVIS .
getting medium. a great Independence Day celebra- She is survived by a large number of suIts.
When great newspapers see the tion on the fourth of July. A hydro relatives. % BUILDING *
value of reaching the people throughthe aeroplane exhibition will be one of If you have a house for rent, advertise -:
medium of the country paper the the big features of the event. Employes of the railway freight in the Sentinel's classified column -;I Phone 41.
home merchant ought to be able to service in Tampa will be given a half and get a tenant.
appreciate its worth. I 1 After ten years of faithful serviceas holiday each Saturday during the I
The truth is, the home paper is a general secretary of the Y. M. C. summer season.If It's contagious, everybody is tak- =
member of the family circle and is A., in Pensacola, J. H. Sherrill has ing it, The Daily Sentinel. Only '
closely associated with home life. The tendered his resignation to the boardof I you miss your Sentinel, call costs ten cents a week.
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South Florida Sentinel
California has raised the question The man who is in debt is as a fly

MORNING AND WEEKLY of: land tenure by these same people stuck fast to sticky fly paper.

who have peacefully and silently acquired The more he struggles the tighterhe
Entered at the post office at Orlando. '
Iferida as Second Claw Mail Matter. Hawaii. Last year the approximate sticks. He stuggles until his
crop value for fruit from California courage is gone then he dies, and yet WOMENThe
SUBSCRIPTION RATES : was $28,000,000. More than 50 this is the condition of more than

per cent of this was grown, picked, half the people of the United States
packed and shipped by Japanese labor. today.
One year .. ... ...............$5.OOkix
only. More than half the people in
Months ...... ... ......... 2.50 are
The density of population in Japanis debt-that is to they are living
Three Months .. ....... ...... 1.25 say daintiest women find the exquisite designs
about 340 to the square mile. In beyond their means, or they are

By news carrier in Orlando. 60 eenta per California it is about fourteen to fifteen spending every cent. they want in our big assortment. Women whore
soath. Daily and Sunday. per square mile. And the man who is spending every

The Orlando Morning Sentinel can be found Capital in search of cheap labor, cent he gets is actually in debt and fond of jewelry, those who want somethingthat
M ale in Orlando at Curio &; O'Neal' Book brought in Japanese agriculturists as running in debt, for he is running in

Store. it did in Hawaii. The last report ofthe debt to his old age, when he won't is unusual and beautiful, are able to gratify
We will appreciate prompt complaint if Commissioner of Labor for the be able to make, and won't be able to

louver is not properly! made by our carrier state of California, referring to this spend, and when the spending of today their desires here, for our stock is peculiarlyrich

Adevrtisinj rate will be furnished on aplUcaUon. "mobile force" of Oriental agriculturists means debt later.

called attention to the fact that Those that are in debt know what in articles of more than ordinary beauty.For .
THE WEEKLY SENTINEL "laborer was buying the land and remaining debt is. There is no need to tell them
7tr year, by mail, postage paid ........1.00 those
Udreu THE SENTINEL Orlando Florida. on it" Capital's argument!about it.First seeking birthday or other gifts thereare
that the force was to be "mobile" is you owe $50 if your are a little
Office 107 Court Street, Arcade Building
Phone 24 answered by these facts, from the : man, of $50,000 if you are a big man. many suggestions.T.H.Evansthe.
Commissioner of Labor's report And then $100 $100-
------ I you owe or
J. F. SCHUMANN, Editor. Field notes, taking in 4,102 farms, 000 if you are big.
JOSIAH FERRIS Proprietor. practically every farm of value in the For awhile you struggle and plan.

State of California showed 1,733 You are going to pay it off soon. It

WEDNESDAY, MAY 21ST, 1913. operated by Japanese without any is a good thing to use "0 P M," thatis

assistance from white men, 862 Japanese to say, other people's money in the

Valuations are not always deter and whites on shares, and 1,407 effort to get ahead.

pined by actual worth. operated solely by white labor. Japanese You tell yourself that all the big

o owned 199 farms of a total acreage men have used their credit and bor-

Anyway, Ezra, you don't require of 10,791, and leased 110 farms, of rowed and gone ahead rapidly. Jeweler

capital to start a rumor.o a total acreage of 115,000. I It sounds very nice and plausible.
o Can Live on Thitry Cents But remember that You Keep Get- ,

is a wise buyer who is able to Incidental to this farm property isan I ting in Deeper.

bow when a low-priced article is a urban property. Japanese own The fly lights on the flypaper, per- OPPOSITE POST OFFICE
fcrgain. 110 pieces of urban property valuedat haps only one leg at first. He says
and invested in industrials this is and down the
o $4,0000,000, nothing, puts
It is a good plan to give just a little of their own $16,114,407. Of this other leg to push himself off.

;more than an honest day's work if trade 36.80 per cent was with the And then he is stuck fast. II

jou have your thoughts on a better white man on his own ground. The And then he says to himself: "I

job. total unmber of Oriental firms in I will fly away from this flypaper," so r

0 business is given at 2,548, but 2,30 percent he begins flapping his wings. And -' .- .
The aggresive business man is one I of which have been in businessten both of his wings stick to the paper.

who is able to keep his competitors years. Of the total number of:I There he is with his feet stuck and

guessing all the time on what he will firms now in business 67.70 per cent I I his wings stuck and only his head

io next. have opened shop in the past seven!

o years, or since 1906. I free.That fly feels about as independentand T

And yet there are quite a number of The Japanese does not assimilate i I hearty as you do if you are in SILK S mum

persons who instinctively seem to with the white resident, but lives a.. debt. And he says: "I can get off
blow when they have enough of a I communistic life where the cost of!'of' this paper easily enough when I

good thing. living is reduced to a minimum and i'I get ready. I'll just put my head down

0 competition is eliminated. The report and push myself off."

An exchange declares going fishing shows that on a minimum basis of:I He buzzes for awhile. Then he puts

is still the proper remedy for spring $1.25 per diem, 20 cents to 30 cents his head down on the by paper, to

fever. What nonsense! Going fishing was spent for living. On a minimum I' push himself off.
is spring fever. basis of $2.50 the sum 60 cents is I Then he sticks tight: he begins to For Day

0 given as a fair average of the amount choke.

Under the new income tax law a spent to live.A By and by he rolls over on his side,

nan who draws down $4,100 a year he sinks into the sticky surfaceandthere and .

will have to pay a tax of $1. We LAW FOR BAD HUSBANDS is another dead fly.

would cheerfully come across. I Moral: Live within your means. EveningWear

o Husbands who have their systems

Every small boy's idea of success in filled with the lazy germ will find the COTTON AND TilE UNDERWOOD

Me is either to be driver of a fire state of Washington a decidedly uncomfortable -I TARIFF BILL

engine, solo cornetist in the brass one in which to reside

land or telegraph operator at the depot after June 15, on which date there will
The cotton planter sells his cottonin
become effective a law which promises -
the open, free trade market The
o much in the way of bettering the
price is fixed in Liverpool, whetherthe
Some men are born foolish, some conditions of families whose greatest -
cotton is consumed in New Eng-
icquire folly and some are members; misfortune is a shiftless husbandand
land or in the Southern mills.
af the legislature who introduce bills: father. If he is able bodied and Under the present tariff the cotton Our Personal Guarantee \

providing for the regulation of wo will not wory, he will be brought into -I is taxed for a large part of
men's dress.A court by the wife and sentencedto planter
his supplies. He has been complaining Accompanies Every Pair
o hard labor at any kind of a job for many years because his ties \ \\ \\
paying $1.50 a day. The thus
town money
can never afford to take a and bagging are all on the tarifffi
earned will be paid to the man's
ingle backward step morally or any list If he sends his cotton abroad

other way. There is life and pro- family.A and sells it, and wants to buy bagg-
law like this would do Marion B.
some goodin
cress only in advancement, never in ing or ties, or wants to buy clothingor
retrogression.The Florida. There are men who will
household supplies of any kind,
go on year after year committing
o he has to pay a duty at the custom
crimes for which the state punishes I
mechanical magazines of the house.It .
them and their families are the real
county report that the high cost of sufferers. is surprising, therefore, to learn
gasoline is the cause of cutting the that the cotton schedule of this bill EXCLUSIVE MILLINERY PARLORSSecond

sales of automobiles very materially was attacked at a meeting of the Na-
and that THE RURAL PHILOSOPHER Union in New Orleans
many city people are resort- tional Farmer's
ing to the horse and carriage as the April 30. Mr. J. D. Brown, whois Floordoes
pleasure conveyance.An "0' course I approve of a collidge a member of a cotton firm in New
o eddication," said the Rural Philoso- Orleans, stated that the pending bill

interested friend suggests the pher, "but all the same ye can't teacha already had resulted in a decline of

Mowing as a slogan for "cleanup" boy how to hoe taters with a piece nearly $5 a bale in the price of raw I

day: "Clean the alley and clean the o' chalk an' a blackboard any mor'na cotton, representing a loss of one not exist; nor is there any pos-
gal kin larn how to make the kind I the of raw
street, but don't forget to clean million,doolars to the planters. sibility of reducing price
feet. There is such a thing as your pay- o' pies her mother uster make by lissenin' -! This is the kind of stuff that some cotton by reducing the import dutieson
to a series o' lectures the manufactured cotton. AUTOMOBILEBULLETIN
would feed the farmers
ing too much attention to cleaning the men upon.
Humor of the Ancient I
outside and neglecting to us the mat Farm- There is no tax on raw cotton which
in front of the door.If in' by long-distanc tellyphone ain't these Southern farmers sell, and thereis Dr. Bennett's office phone is No.227,

o plowed no fields nor harrowed nothin' no possibility of reducing the priceof Brick Building, Orlando Sanitarium.

but yer feelin's yit" cotton by repealing a duty that 5152w.
you want to cook with gas you -

naturally go to the gas company for THE INSTRUCTIVE IDEA IN ADVERTISING .
it, and not to a hot air factory. Thereis M-

a kind of gas that comes cheap, 11
hch! is no good for cooking and "
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"Where shall go
lighting purposes. You can't get a ANNOUNCEMENTWe "What shall I do?" These are Bargains in Re-Built Cars. Each one \\a
neal with hot air in a thousand
years. "What shall I wear?" guaranteed to be in first-class condition is
Don't try it "Cook with gas." fully equip-
"What shall I eat?
o ped, and ready to run.
"Where shall I live?

about The man who is always railing have rented the store on E. Pine And so no down, the long list of
hypocrites in the church is not human, every-day questions. You!

boosting is his own stock any. A hypocrite St., formerly occupied by J. S. Rowland & will find them all answered in the I 11912 Studebaker "30" fourpassenger

an unspeakable fool, whether of the modern, progressive
in the church or out of it, and membership -: Co., and will open the first of next week newspaper.pages I' extra tire and rim. Hartford shock

in a religious organization is with full People read advertising now for instruction -
a line of and
Fancy Staple
art the pasport to the ranks of hy and information, as well as absorbers, etc. $600.00
pocricy. There are more and worse Groceries. .
for its "bargain" possibilities. I .
iypocrites among those who have
New ideas new thoughts, inspirations -

not joined a church.o---- Pure food goods, courteous treatment, and suggestions constantly 1 1912 Flanders Touring Car, complete,

come to you if you take advantageof "
With reference to the drainage of | prompt service will be our slogan. the advertising pages of this news- I $500.00.

the Everglades the actions of the paper.

Florida statesmen may be likened unto We ask for a share of your patronage. Don't neglect your Sentinel ad.
the Comedy of Errors. After reading.The 1 1911 E: M. F., Good Condition, New

$2,120,000 have been spent in so- Watch for
our opening day. Tires $400.00.San .
called drainage the Internal Imroveent Winter Haven Citrus Protective -

Trustees want an expert engineer League, which has done such good r

employed to tell how to drain J. M. CaruthersE. service during the past few years in'
the Florida low lands. protecting groves in that district ;

What Florida needs most is an expert against white fly and other pests, has :j
commission to examine the state H.: Gore H Ht ben reorganized. I Garage
records and make report to the taxpayers -

, on the expenditures of public, I An advertisement pays best in the I
ill' 111"1'1'1"1' I
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The new Blues, the new Tans, the new Grays, the new soft tones of We have just received a new line of the best sellers in White Buck,
We" are justly 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 I Japanese Habutai,
and designs.. In soft Lawns, India Mulls, Batiste, Violets etc.Prices and Gun Metals. We have the Famous "SOROSIS" and "QUEENQUALITY"
new weaves Silk Chiffons, Messalines, and Chiffon Taffetas Especially charmingare
from 13c 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 BOARDIA S SPECIAL" shoes at from $3.50 to $5.00 a p&rSUMMER
$3.75, $4.00 and $5.00.
SILKS of which are guaranteed to give the wearer satisfaction, or I will make

them saticfactry and there are no strings attached to the guarantee;
A splendid quality' just received of 27-inch Japanese Habutai (Lyons BOYS': WASH SUITSAre :
we attend to that right here in he store.
Ideal for dresses, separate waists, underwear,
and full
Dye) indicative of Summer's approach. Our preparations along this We also have the best Work Shoe that we can buy, and prices are

etc., etc, and only 50c per yard. line were made months ago, and the results of our operations at that from $2.00 to $3.50 in all kinds of leather.CHILDREN'S .

time are manifest in the delightful assortments we have to offer in
White Repps and Calateas, Corduroys, Linens, Cashmerette, Crash, SHOES

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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The police force had a busy day Mr. J. W. Graves, of Ocoee, was in r MR. AND MRS. WILLIAMS LEAVE HOME FROM THE SOUTH.
yesterday and as a consequence, twen- Orlando yesterday and reports a good

WADE ty-six head of cattle slept in the pound business for that thrifty little corn-I Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Williams I Mr. and Mrs. James Gibson are

THE TUNER last night. Cattle owners had better munity. Seven cars of tomatoes have|leave today for Chicago, where they I home from a four month's sojourn in

ORLANDO. FLA. have a.pasture field. already been shipped from that 10i i will spend several months with the south, the period being spent

J cality. I friends, after which they will go to chiefly at Orlando and St. Petersburg,

Mr. H. E., Glass, of Atlanta, Ga., New York City from whence they the latter place being the rendezvous AUTOMOBILES FOR RENTE.

I who has been a guest in Orlando Clark Robertson has sold the rem I will sail for England and will spenda of a colony of Madisonians. En- L. Murray

Put new life into your business by|through the winter past, and also connected nant of his stock to Feinberg & a ) in England and Wales. route home Mr. and Mrs. Gibson stop- Office Phone 409-Residence Phone 541

using Sentinel ads. I with the C. S. McEwen Life Gore. Mr. Robertson had, in his efforts -i Mr. Williams has been leader of ped at Jacksonville, St. Augustine and

Insurance Company, has returned.Mr. t oclose out been very success- the Christadelphian society in this Atlanta. Both return in good health, ACOLYTE GUILD

Mr. D. B. Sphaler was in Orlandoon ful and had the stock run down to a''I city for several years and is the genial clime having proved most

business yesterday.Mr. John M. Carlisle left Orlando small point. i: a fine Christian gentleman. beneficial.-Democrat, Madison, Wis. The Acolyte Guild of St. Luke's

last evening for Gainesville, after ___ __ l i During their stay of several years in
j will meet this afternoon at
N. L. Bedford, of ;. Cathedral
\making a short business visit in the T. J. Shepard has not got a barrel ,, this city Mr. and Mrs. Williams have CLIFFORD J. FULLER PURCHASES of the
Orlando last night. I five o'clock. All young men
was in I city. of money, but has got a barrel of endeared themselves to the people of HOMEMr.
I parish are cordially invited to be pres-
l honey. This honey is from the Apalachicola ]i i: Orlando, whose well wishes will go James L. Giles has sold the ent. E. R. Thompson,
Rice of Tampa, registeredat
i Mr. F. C. Schulster, of Tampa, Florida River Valley and very fine. !;! with them on their long journey. magnificent home built by Mr. Harry Secretary.
the San Juan last night.
I representative of the Bowser Oil 1 qt, 35c, 3 qts. $1.00. 4 qts .$1.25. i i. I I Grant last year on Elltott street, to

of I(Tank Company, of Ft. Wayne, In- 5-20-3t, VICTOR STARBUCK TO READ Mr. Clifford J. Fuller, only son of the
Mr. John P. Hymann, 'I
I I diana, is in the city on business. HIS POEMS late John T. Fuller. Young Mr. Ful-
was a guest in the city over night. I
:Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Thompsonand ler owns one of the best orange groves
19.-Rev. S. L Wilson -
I Mrs. Phill Slemons will entertain Mr. C. W. Thompson and child- Mr. Victor Starbuck has been invited in Orange county and the home he Oakland, May
Kennard prominent architect ( his last here
Mr. L. J. a sermon
'at bridge on Friday afternoon in hon- ren motored over to DeLand Sundayfor by Pres. Blackman of Rollins Col- now buys is one of the best in the preached
of Tampa, is in the city. and will leave Thursdayfor
i jor of Miss Scofield, the house-guest dinner on the way home, they kilo lege to give a public reading of his city and is beautifully situated midway last Sunday
of work at Woodruff
''of Mrs. L. G. Starbuck. led a rattle snake five feet long which : poems at Rollins College Thursday between lake Lucerne and Lake MinI his new field
Mr. A, R. Rutherford, of Detroit,,i I ', S. C. It is with much regret
they brought home and had skin re- afternoon at half after two. nie.
in the city yesterdayon 'I them for they
was Oakland gives
Michigan, that up
1 left last for his tanned. The literary world has been awake
J. G. Rainey night moved and i i Mr. Giles, who deals exclusively in I

business. I home in New Castle, Indiana. lie ;Ito Mr. Starbuck's unusual ability for I high class property is very successful have been a source of great pleasure
t(purchased a lot in Orlando on which The Sorosis Society are setting a the past year. His poems have been ; in handling that line of properties. I and benefit to
Mr. L. C. Tinker, of New York City, Effie Michael and her two
alto|! build a winter home. good example for the rest of us. Theyare I' accepted by The Forum, Colliers', The I I I Mrs.
is in the city looking after some large! children are visiting her mother, Mrs.J. .
I _____ beautifying the back yard of their 'i Independent, The American, The j OFF OX LONG TOURING TRIP :

business transactions. !! Miss Kittie Vanderpool of Maitland premises by planting grass and Youth's Companion, and several othermagazines. R. Wise, this week.
I j Mr. John Boone in charge of the The clay road has been scraped and
I'will: arrive in the city this evening shrubs. They do not believe in treat : !I
Clarke Robertson's cut flowers will]l large sixty horsepower toruing car rolled and is now in fine shape.
and will be the guest of Miss Eloise ing premises like the Boston man j The current number of the Literary
be on sale at Ned Butts' Candy hitch. I formerly owned by Mr. DeWitt Miller I II I Mrs. R. L. Gulley has gone to Or-
':Robinson for several days. blacks his shoes. i I Digest quotes one of his poems pub- _
en. 5-215 t I I lished in another magazine, and I I I but recently sold to James Atkins, lando to undergo an operation.Mr. .

.1 I,yesterday started on a long jour- J. E. Willis and his daughter
i A large force of mechanics are now I Jr. 0. U. A. M. of Orlando CouncilNo. i speaks of the freshness and originality
Mrs. W. E. Halstead and daughters,I, ney. With Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Hol-I expect to leave for Hartwell, Ga., to
at work on the brick walls of the new 25 invite your presence at their with which he has used an old
i 1 I.
who have been enjoying Orlando life brook and Mrs. D. C. Thompson in] visit relatives shortly.
brick block at the corner of Church'and open meeting to ba held in the Lucerne -'theme "The Pipes of Pan. '
have gone to their home in New Jer- I the party he left Orlando at 3 o'clock 1 Little Dan Smith was on the sick
Boone streets and will push it to Opera House Sunday May 25th, I
sey. I 1 I II I ;, and made Ocala last night and will list the past few days.F. .
rapid completion.A I 3 m. Rev. P. Body, of the Emmanuel -Ii'II
i p. i I I Mr. J. S. McAuley left last night [ leave this morning for the north-, M. Smith and family expect to
Baptist Church will deliver the .
Mr. Henry Mills and wife who have i' for Texas, where he goes in the interest i ward. !leave for their summer home in Chi
trip through Concord Park shows afternoon address. Come and bring
been spending the winter in the city,;1 of the G. E. Patterson Grain I Mr. and Mrs. Holbrook will be gone cago the 24th. They will be greatly

left yesterday for their home in Jack-j\many improvements being made over I your friends. 18-6t I Company, of Memphis, Tennessee.I all summer. Mr. Boone's destination missed. Miss Dewey Vick expects to

son, Michigan. j there. A number of good houses are Mrs. McAuley has gone to Winter I is Waynesville, N. C. I visit with them for some weeks and
iI I!!being built and attractive lawns make!;!: Mrs. J. C. Bass of West Central Garden where she will visit her mother -I to school in Chicago next
I. possibly go
Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Hathaway, who|I it a very homelike place. I avenue leaves today for Bradentown, Mrs. M. F. Hare. I TAFT STILL ON THE MAP winter.
where she will remain about six weeks
have been spending the winter in the Mrs. Leila Buckmaster of Colum-
I Mrs. John A. Truesdale of the Mr. C. A. Tomkins and grandson,
Mr. and guest of and Mrs. Good-
city, left yesterday for their home in :I Mrj, Mr. J. W. McCarthy, of Baltimore, bus, Ohio, is visiting her mother, Mrs.
Orange Center, were in Orlando last born, who have been her guests for of Taft, were in Orlando yesterday.Mr. .
Fall River, Mass.J. is among the late arrivals at the San J. C. Robinson.
night. They came from Iowa about 1 several weeks. Mrs. Bass in an Or- Juan Tompkins is one of the men who
Mrs. Blanch McKinnon of Sanfordis
two years ago and are developing a lando enthusiast and it is safe to say has the grit to stay by the ship- at
C. Mongolo wand wife, of St. Taft, and will be one of the who visiting her mother, Mrs. J. R.
1 and garden at Orange Center. that she will boost for Orlando while Mr. A A. Thompson and wife, of

Louis, Mo., who have been winter I \gone, and when she comes back the Gainesville, Fla., are spending todayin will make good for Taft is bound to Wise.
residents of this vicinity left yester- : come into its own, and that soon.
I Beautiful" will look betterto
Dr. Shelby, the house cat in at the even Orlando.
day for the north.Mr. I' her. The country surrounding Taft is as COOLING SUGGESTIONS
McElroy pharmacy has proven himself -
rich as Florida has and being so,well
the champion rat catcher. Monday Telephone 409, and like an echo located is bound to attract attention, Dr. Peak's Palmetto and Huylert
G. K. Thomas who
owns property I' night he killed a rat that measured Dr. Bennett's office phone is No.227,, from around the corner comes Murray's I
Taft I and become one of the well settled Chocolate Ice Cream Soda
at where he spends his
eighteen i inches from tip to tip. Brick Building, Orlando Sanitarium. automobile. It. I
winters, has returned to his northern:)I I IJ. I 5152w. I districts of Orange county. Mr. The popular drinks, served to you

home in Pennsylvania. I I Tompkins and several others will stay at MeElroy's Pharmacy.
MONEY TO LOAN-Apply at the ,. of nickle-plated plyerg
I 1 and keep Taft on the map. Everybody is drinking them but
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Glace Nuts and Fruit-Boll two capfuls

of sugar, half cupful corn sirup
Candy Making at Home. and one.half cupful water until it begins FISH AND GAME
41 q MksS
Salt Water TaffyThis taffy especially to turn color: then remove kettle '

near the soasbore. U a great fa- from stove; set in a pan of hot water to Kept under the best sanitary conditions.

vorite and is sold! iu large quantities.It keep sirup soft Use your dipping wire -
A Vacation
Is made by simply taking a vanilla and follow directions given you In dipping Jrir Everything screened away from the flies, and kept fresh
bonbons except In dipping In this
taffy recipe and cooking it at a slightly
break each (I I buy a railroad ticket and
lower temperature. When it is done sirup there is no crust to you pure.

it from the stove and stir into time and you must not stir sirup any for this or that summer resort, ,
It remove a tablespoonful each of butter salt' more than necessary as it may grain come in and look at our MidSummer We invite inspection and guarantee satisfaction. We have

it You may dip any kind of nuts, Woolen line and let make '
and plain glycerin says the Mother's us ; everything in the Meat Line.
Magazine. Pour out and handle the dates with seeds removed pieces of a cool Summer Outing Suit for j !
candied cherries and also candied
same as other taffy, leaving it whiteor figs I( j you. I
fruit cut in small pieces When
coloring and flavoring it in different up We make specialty of Nor-
finish this you dip these out always drop themon 1 L The
ways. proper way
to the bottom of some clean tin folks and will be pleased to
candy is to cut it into small pieces
pans which have been very slightly show you a few of our latest
with a pair of large sheafc and wrap
greased They will not stick to the I models.Men's .
them in thin wax paper to prevent E M. Self & Co.
tin at all if you will jar the pan slight
makes pecul-
clicking together. This a
ly in order to loosen them before they Fashion
iar waxy piece of candy leaving the are perfectly cold. Candies of this ShopHand

last taste in your mouth slightly salty. kind will become sticky in damp weather ) 18-20 PINE STREET
Caramels.-Three cupfuls of sugar Building @
so keep them In some air tight ci- \
three cupfuls. of corn sirup- and one Cor. Church and Orange Orlando
or Jar.
quart of cream or half milk and balf! -- C1 Phone No. 80

cream.fire with Put one sugar pint of and cream corn and sirup cook on! Pronouncing London Names.It 1 Jill/II I I /l l "h 1111111'l I I! 1//l/JJJJJIII// / j' IIt ll t

is by his prouuticitiou of the place
until it forms a good soft ball; the: 14"11111'111'1"111"11"1"1'1"1'1" .
names of London that a stranger maybe ; ,
Stir -------------- --
add half the remaining cream. .
detected If he says Qol-born instead
and cook the batch as high as it wa of "Unborn.' Mary-le-bone with BUSINESS BOOSTERS. lltilMIIIMIHiltlltH ,ill".t"i iii
before: then add the remainder of the CLASSIFIED .
the full pronunciation of each syllabi
cream and cook until it forms a med I Business Boosters (classified adver- r
um firm ball when tried in water, or Soutb-wark instead of "Suthark,1we ; tisements) received after 10 o'clock, : In New Quarters
know ;It once that be is not of tht in the "Too Late
Flavor with vanilla and pour out onWell a midnight, will be run -
town And there is a pronnnciatioithat -
greased slab or on to a well greased to Classify" THE ONE CIGAR THAI]
and cut when cool It; is peculiar to cabmen and bus Boosters of five lines, or less-approximately : -
platter up conductors such West-min-ister! foi 30 words-ont time, 25 -
you should wish to make chocolat Westminster. High park for Hyde park cents; three times 50 ; one week -

caramels you can add enough cboco and. most peculiar of all. which the (six daily and one weekly editions) : EVERYBODY LIKES
late to color It when nearly done. It: taxi driver has inherited from the old $1.00; one month, $3.00. We are now located in the new Hyer
bare scraps of candy left .
you any
hansom cabman the custom of calling
other batches can us< FOR HIRE-Nice seven passenger Church
from your you the well known piazzas in Covent Gar and t & Davis building on street.
them In making chocolate caramels, touring car. Large roomy.

counting them as so much them sugar. This 01, den us that the "peea'ches.the garden as And salesmen this reminds and 4-20 tf J. B. MAGRUDER. .. HAWLEY'SSTRAIGHTS We are better prepared to fill all your
If fine to use up.
a way
actors call it. is invariably styled bj BUY a lot in Thornton Park, a nice
Bourse It you wish to you can make the market porters "Common Garden suburb in east part of the city. Carl M wants in theHARDWAB12
these caramels by cooking them only .
-London Standard.A Jensen.
twice instead of three times as I direct

you to do, but they will not tx OAK HILL is the beautiful subdivision r

quite as ::ood. The better your cream Perilous Business. to the Northeast of the city andI Get the best cigar at five LINE
is the better your caramels will be. Taking young geese on the Island of still have some choice lots there.
You may make them with evaporated Rona. in the outermost Hebrides la a Carl Jensen. cents, the next time you

milk such as is sold In cans. most perilous business, though large want to smoke-judge for
occasionally made. A FOR RENT-Five room cottage with THE
Popcorn Balls. For about six 01: captures are yourself. ,
take crew recently returned with a bag of all modern conveniences. Garagefor
eight quarts of well popped corn
2,200 birds which found ready sale at auto, or horse and buggy. Apply
of and one cupful ol;
one cupful sugar 5-15 tf
lowered over the 515 East street. HELMS HARDWARE
corn sirup with a little water, and I i Ness. The men were
cook to a soft ball; then add a little I face of the cliffs which are 400 to 600 CARE OF : Made in Orlando and sold
the I i feet sheer tp the sea. They then lassoed GROVES TAKEN ,
vanilla to it and slowly pour over by all dealers.
the birds out of their nests by COMPANY
well it all
corn stirring it to get cover,I
ed. Now moisten the inside of your I means of a fishing rod with a noosed I II Plowing, mowing, team work, heavy t

bands slightly with cold water as this I string at the end. I hauling, etc. Having been engaged : MMMIIIiiltMMtniiMitttlllliltllllMilllllin
I I all my life in caring for groves, I am I"IMHIHillHIMMilMI
prevents It from sticking; take a smalportion I
ball. A Real Surprise Ahead. prepared to please you. ItttttlttlMMMMMMMMIMMtMIMMMIIililltliKeep
and into
press lightly a
I I line of work. L. M. HALL,
It you wish you may color this sirup "What are you doing. Polly? asked 608 every Division street, Orlando, Fla.
pink and flavor with strawberry Th her mother. 5.141 mo.
corn sirup prevents the batch from going ; Tin knitting mumsie. dear," replied WELCOME TO Cool

to.sugar while stirring it through the young woman. "I heard George FOR RENT-A seven-room house, ,
the corn. say the other day be was afraid he'd Modern improvements. Fine loca

Hickory Nut Brittle.-Two cupfuls,, have to buy a new muffler for his car. tion. Rents very reasonable. Apply ROYAL PALM

of sugar, one cupful of corn sirup, one and I thought I'd knit him one as a 214 East Church St., Orlando, Fla.

tablespoonful of butter one teaspoonful sort of surprise.-Harper's Weekly 6183tFOR BARBER SHOP

of salt and hickory nuts. -----

COok sugar corn sirup and one-half Essentials SALE-Large Lot near Metho- Fireless Cookers
cupful of water until it begins to turn Cub-I suppose the three "R's" are dist Church. Whole or part. Withor Modern and Complete. k

color. Then set off fire and stir In salt still the essential foundation for a without dwelling Address or wire.E. Everything new, individual kM

and butter until it is dissolved put good newspaper? Editor-Not on your N. Coy, Irondequoit, N. Y. 5-10-tf electric attachments at AND
in enough hickory nuts to make it very life: Ifs the three "S's" nowadays every
Cub-Three "S's?" Editor-Yep. We've FOR SALE-Full blooded Jersey cow chair. No atone has been left
thick and out into a pile on a
pour I editorial writer. fresh. Apply G. W. Rinee residence unturned to make this shop
Take table jot to have a snappy
greased slab or platter. a I Phone No.
fork in each hand and pull the batch snoopy reporters and a snippy society Lakeville near Clarcona.Fla. meet th erequirements of the ELECTRIC FANSTO
20-22 Apopka,
apart into small pieces flattening them ditress.-Puck. d & w 5-14 3t most particular. Plenty of

out. and push! aside! to cool Run a I room. Courteous attendants.

long knife under the batch Hud doubleIt Cynical."So FOR SALE-Twelve acres south of ELIJAH WHITEHEAD, KEEP COOL WITH
up occasionally while picking it you are on your way to proposeto Lake Apopka under subirrigation

apart as this prevents it from harden Miss Pickeller system. One of the finest pieces in Proprietor.

ing to a chunk before you can get it "You bet: Wish me tact" Florida. Was in lettuce and cucumbers Orange Ave., Orlando, Fla.EVERYTHING .
I wish luck all right but It of $500 ELECTRIC[ IRONS s AND TOASTERS
pulled out This is beyond a doubt the "Oh you ,now has fine stand corn.
most delicious piece of nut candy that won't do you a bit of good. 1 feel sure per acre. In perfect condition. Write ---

ever was made Black walnuts may be she Is going to accept you."-Houston owner, G. M. Hord, Oakland, Fla.
12-1 w.
used but for flavor the hickory nuts Post FOR COMFORT

are far ahead of the walnuts. of
Information Wanted. LOST On the principal streets
Woodland Goodles- Ilke this batch I
black silk coat.Finder .
..Orlando a short ,
First Clubwoman-Sbe has a perfect
the directed for nut
same as Department
McCullough's -
brittle and use In It a mixture of several knowledge of how the other half lives return Store to and receive reward.

pecans.kinds English of nuts walnuts.such as Brazil almonds nnt. dst7-Jadge.Second Clubwoman-Gossip or sociolo I WANTED-At once. A slightly 19-3t used -IN- ThePIERCEELECTRCCOhc[ [ [l[ I L ," .

one horse wagon. Must be in good I

shape. J. W. Gaines, Orlando, Care FEEDFOR HAND BUILDING
Sentinel 16-3t
Shanibarger's for bicycles and MIMIMIMMMimiiMMttltMIHIIIIIIIItmtliifLIGHT

Sundries. ti -

---,,1r4v1illli'4 IV'VVv.a- V.444 411I"'"--- -
LOST-Pair of nose glasses with

gold chain attached. Finder please LIVE[ STOCK THE;
leave at this office and receive reward.

SpringClothing FOR SALE-Scotch Collie, male, fine LAUBACHThe fI
pedigreed stock. One year old. For

further particulars, address, Mrs. T. I
P. Robinson, 404 Boone street, Orlando Grain Man. II who use+Electric Signs never lose
d 3t w It I
Church Street, Phone 18 I their way by choosing the wrong road to suc-

"Make good" with good printing; I IShanibarger's I cess. You simply cannot fail to attract new
it at the Sentinel. Facil
you can get
ities for the desired article unequaledin customers if you"use an Electric Sign It acts

this section. Phone 24. for bicycles an I like an irresistible magnet, drawing all the
Ever shown. This stock includes undries.IIMMiMMMHIMM. 1 tf
within its reach That is the reason
REGAL SHOES, $3.50, $4.00, YOU ARE THE MAN WE ARE trade :

$t50. AFTER I ,... I they command the attention of/ buyers. I '

It is your business that we want
It will be a pleasure to show I
Ours is the service that you need in J OwnerNo
you the difference between our your business. I \ For Every I

goods and others you may see. Now is the time to make your plansso Autos For Rent at

as to share in Orlando's prosperity matter how small his business, the Elec-
behind piece of
We are every
merchandise we sell and same -good printing brings good business.We Any Hour tric Sign is the cheapest and most effective
are only an arm's length from
must give you satisfaction.See advertising.

our stock of STRAW youReach for the Telephone.The Seven Passenger Phone for our Sign Designer to call and sub

HATS SHIRTS UNDERWEARETC. Sentinel, 107 Court Street,, sketch. f
Phone 24.Paul.
., I No Trouble to Us...No Expense to You.

A. Horn Ride in a Good Car.Thone I IiCo

Brown & Lartigue CONTRACTOR and BUILDER 34IMMHMIMilllllllltH ORNDO m & LICIT CO.


I P. 0. Box 624 Orlando FU I i
, 060000000000686000
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How a Clever BOLD Beat BLUFF Worked WON.One of '

New York's Exclusive Clubs.It roRl4N Lucerne Theatre

fet beyond Is about the as portals hard for of a an stranger exclusive to O BANK &TRUSTCOMPANCapital I i ii i

New York club as it Is for the pro-
Terbial camel to get through the nee

die's eye. But New York clubdom u I and Surplus and Undivided Profits $120,000.00.
laughing over how one clever person 1
"put it over" one of the city's best I Total Resources over Three-quarters of a Million. ALL
clubs recently.A THIS WEEK
well dressed drove in a
man up I
Statement of the Orlando Bank and
taxicab and strode into the club. The i II I
doorman opened the way for him. and C'a. 1 Trust Co., at Close of Business Mr Clark Mounts
he walked up to the de k. presents
"Send a boy out for my bags will i April 16th, 19U-The Seventh i

you?' he began, and the clerk rang I
Anniversary of
the bell for one of the club boys. :
"A good room, please if there are Its Existence HENRIOF ROST AND

any left toni ht." said the newcomer
"with a bath""Yes -

sire have 21S, a very good
"Good! I hid that room here a couple ,
a Loans and Discounts.....$368,197.81I Famous
of Exponent and Purveyor.
years ago. I; .A.Yk. ; } Overdrafts .............. 92182 :
The bags were brought in, the boy I
1 lof East India Mystic Novelties
Real Estate Furniture
showed the way to the elevator and ; v' wry ,

lOOn the man was comfortably settledin and Fixtures .......... 25,853.44 'in his Exciting, Thrilling and

his room. Downstairs he came in a ii I xtr A ; ( 1' Stocks and Bonds .......r %8,018.33I
few minutes and strolled out to the ,I Cash on hand and in Banks 86,267.61 Entrancing Program of
grill room. There he had a coupleof I

drinks, smoked a cigar and took i z- f to Total ................789260.08 ESOTERIC NOVELTIES No-
away a box of the club cigarettes. He .
Signed a "chit"-In other words, club I t Ii-1 LIABILITIES Including Rostand's Most Fascinating y
check-for what he had bought and
I Offer
walked out. An hour later he came Capital Stock ...........100000.00
back and went into the dining room I s Surplus and Undivided ;t9

where he ordered the best the club r Profits ................ 24,144JS CLAIRVOYANT VISIONS "
had, his meal with
prefacing a couple. '' i Deposit ................ 665.115.68 Most mysterious act ever pre-
of cocktails. Again be signed a "chit" s
"Tail, please" he demanded when sented and never attempted by
he came back to the office after takinga Total ................$789. 0.08
couple of Havanaa from the case, m any other living person. This r < w

signing as usual.It I ---- act alone gives Rostand a preeminent g .Y'
is the custom in all smart clubs I I
Deposits April 4,1918..I592J7B.65>
to provide cabs for members, they place among the world'sgreatest
signing checks for them and settlingat Deposits April 18, 1911... 666,111.68Uilts& '' '
the end of the month when their I SUU GvTenBent, State and Gouty Depository Increase la 12 daysQTIQ ...... mystifiers. >' ;, "h. ,
bill comes In. The man drove off, 8.7241.88j
went to the theater with a lady he I
.._ ..,
called for, kept the cab the entire I'I

evening, took her home and then returned Don't Fail to see .
to the club for a nightcap anda
cigar. Then he went upstairs to bed. MHMIIIimilillilMIOMtHIIIMIiMitimttllllMilMltlMtHnimiimtM

Next morning he wa down bright and i CLARK MOUNTS 1

Send; a boy up for my bags," he I
said "and get me a taxi I've got to W. M. SLEMONS ,

catch the 0:20 train '" THAT SINGING COMEDIAN\ ,
lie had a hearty breakfast took a i

pocketful of cigars, lighted one at the t ,....,.... AND ENTERTAINER
desk! a porter carried his baggage to s %h i4.' ..
Mr. Mounts' Repertoire includes
the cab and away he went

When the clerks came to enter the Do you want to buy Men's Shoes-King Quality at $3. 50, $4.00 or 5.00. ,,. "YE OLDE TY IE" BALLADSof

I checks this man in the was ledger not a it member was found of that the Crosset; Shoes at -4.oo. Women's Tan Shoes at $3.50; Tan Pumps, $3.5o, Gun ,i merit and are rendered with

club and was not even a guest of a Metal or Patent Leather Shoes or Pumps at $3.jO. We have new styles and : rare melodic beauty, which cannot
member His name was not on the : S
listThere quality. w,. fail to please.Remember .

was a bit of a jolt in the club
office on bill day.-New York World. ; this is the Big
Do You Want a Boys' Suit or Boys' Pants y .
., '
I ;. event of the Season. Clean Comedy -
Dressed According to Law.
The grocer's assistant in London usedto We have a new stock to select from. The Men's Suits that we. sell made by '' and Charming Music Excellently -
be as carefully looked after as his
employer, precise regulations being Schloss Bros. are well known all over the country. They are worn by Lawyers, Interpreted.

laid down respecting the way he should Doctors Bankers Merchants Farmers Skilled Workmen and who .
men appre- < : .. -.._- --..--
dress. His coat had to be made "close
and comely" and as well as the breeches ciate merit and correct style in the clothes they wear. \Ve recommend them. ,.: USUAL FINE PROGRAM\ OF

was to consist only of "cloth kersey The brand is a guarantee of quality. It is a pleasure to show these clothes, and y *
sackcloth,%anvasse, English leather MOTION PICTURES WILL
or English stuffe costing not more we invite every man who reads this paper to visit our store and look at them.
than :2s. ()d. the yard. His stockingswere HE PRESENTEDAdmission
to be of woolen yarns or kersey,, .Y
he was not to wear "Spanish shoes: Just Received Mens' Mohair Suits
with polonla heels," and his hair was: 1'1
to be cut short He was forbidden to

wear any girdle,point garters or shoestrings 5 and lOc
of any kind of silk or ribbonor

. any rose or such like goods upon his W. M. SLEMONS BOOK TICKETS NOT GOOD FOR THIS ATTRACTION
shoes. A breach of these regulations:
rendered him liable to eighteen hours' -

Imprisonment in the Guildhall. ilillMIHMiMtttUtttttMMIMMMIMMttttMtiltMMIIMilimtllttHltiMI

- - -
Lucky. IMIMIMIMMMIIMtMttitimmilttlMMMIMtmiilMMMMmiMlllillttMl t Save HalfPlastering
Wood Norton, the famous English I I
estate, has been the home of foreign I
royalties for over half a century. Aft- Cost
er he lost the crown of France Louis IF YOU WANT THE LATEST :

Philippe lived there, and there Is a funny -
story told of his meeting with an IIN
I Get Better Walls and
old publican after his return. The man
stood by the roadside and bowed to the

ex-king. THE LINE OF UP TO DATE DRY GOODS, CLOTHING, Ceilings With BishopricWall
"Who are you, my man?" he asked.
"I seem to know your face. Were you HATS AND SHOES, ALSO LADIES READY TO WEAR Board -
here when I lived here before?"
"Please, your royal highness I kept DRESSES OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS COME TO B. SALO- Easy to Apply
On Any Building Job
the Crown""Did Mastic and surfaced with heavy fibre-
you, indeed! exclaimed the ex. Hake your building money go farther, board. Makes an enduring surface thansave
time and get better results by us.tays tmooth. Will not warp shrink
king "That's more than I could dof't REFUNDED. ing Bishopric Wall Board for walls and buckle or pull loose In any climate, winter
or summer. Is moisture-proof. rat
ceilings. Costs 50 per cent less than proof sound-proof and fire-resisting. \
Rings From Shishaldin. plaster to apply-looks better and lasts Sheets 4 ft x 4 ft come ready to ap
i On Unimak Island, Alaska, is Shi- AS long as the building.NNoMoreCracked. ply. Anyone who can driv naDs.caq apprf ,
mhaldln, which in some respects is the B. Salomon Orlando Wa119'r"Btshoprk" It. Prices low.' t

. most remarkable volcano; is.the WIn li unPraised Everywhere
I walls and ceilings are i'
addition to a continuous emission oi effected by the jars and moisture which .J
fl crack plaster. This Wall Board makes by Users
dense white smoke
or steam, circular a smooth hard surface that gives lasting I
rings apparently several hundred feet inniiiMiiitiiMMiihiMiiiiMitiiMiiMiiiiMiiittiiiiiiiMiMiNOTICE t ..otu/octton._ S-iiSDlacJnf J ? lat and: .IfMtlo Wall Bard*Roofing Mfi Oo. .:.
'__ reinlsclaeed Dle+n And renittajNr
In diameter and of wonderful symmetry -p'.atAf everywhere for cottages buildings.bungalows *feet of Buliopnc Well Bowl Ship"
: fine homes, public gar'r .
and whiteness emerge in puffsat OF ELECTION TO CREATE -'o ida, at its regular meeting, May 6, S* (Aproximately) the Stf of N% ages, out-buildings and every kind of ,The other we cot Iron you w.k...OB twoInvestigate roo-.
short intervals from the very top of CONWAY SPECIAL TAX 1913. Section 35 T 21 S. R. 29 East Anda structure. ace n ) aaamylt maTRITI.

the mountain. It causes ODe to thinkf SCHOOL DISTRICT I J. F. McKINNON, tract 218.46 feet wide, N Saves a Month's Time ; .
the possibility of old Plato of Pan- i Secretary. and S by 662 feet long E and W in Comes in sheets 4 feet square, ready This 'TodaylYon
dalon smoking a cigarette. I swU of nw% Sec. 30 adjoining said for use. Goes on dry. Just nail it to
I town of Eatonville. bare studding and walla and ceilings are '
In compliance with the law I ready for decorators the same day. can see this .
Out. ing the creation of Special regulat-I NOTICE OF ELECTION TO CREATE By order of the Board of Public Edges meet evenly-no panelling needed. wonderful, non- pw \..
Way MAITLAND SPECIAL Instruction of Orange County, Floridaat No skill needed to apply It. Saves a dad &, fire.ro"i.. .
"Something ought to be done to easeiLe Districts and in response to a peti its 6th, 1913.J. month's time in building ; wan board at
regular meeting May
I TAX SCHOOL DISTRICT the store of any of the
tion signed by J. B. Redditt, J, W.
prejudice against Wall street. said
F. McKINNON, dealers named below.
Jhe apprehensive citizen. Hart, J. E. Redditt, M. N. Simmons, J. I $5,000 Anti-Warp Bond Examine it carefully and _Sim
A. Barber, J. M Partin and others, be- I Secretary. Bishopric Wall Board Is the only Wall learn bow you can make ..."!
"Well replied Mr. Dustln Stax, "It ing fourth of the In compliance with the law regu- Board stiffened with lath. Kiln-dried buHdlng; money go farther by fa aa11J
one or more qualified
to too much to ask us to move business ,Ilating the creation of Special Tax lath are Imbedded In toughened Asphaltnsing"Bishopric"torwaaandeefl: >gs.,
voters who reside and pay taxes on I SPECIAL TAX SCHOOL DISTRICT ---
Into another thoroughfare. But we I School Districts and in to a
property real or personal within the response ELECTION FOR SALE BY .
might change the name of the street" territory herein below described, an petition signed by Smith Granniss, B. ...*. 4
Washington Star. election is hereby called to be heldat A. Galloway, L. L. Stone, C. H. Gal In compliance with the law regulating -
the Conway Public School building loway, S. B. Hill E. M. Burkett and : Biennial Elections in Special Tax
HIS Quarter. Orange county, Florida, on Saturday others I being one fourth or more of School Districts, an election is hereby
"1 approach you in a worthy cause June 14, 1913, to determine if the ter-,'the qualified voters who reside and called to be held in each of the SpecialTax Orlando Novelty Works
Mr. Titewad. We want to raise $100- ritory bounded or herein below described pay taxes on property real or personal School Districts herein named below .
shall be created Tax within the territory herein below
000. A prominent philanthropist offers a Special situated in Orange County Florida -
District, to fix the number of mills'to described an election is hereby calledin at the usual place for voting in
to contribute a quartetof it" of Maitland, Orange Coun-
be assessed and collected for Pub- each of said Districts on Saturday,
"Oh well," said Mr. Tfrewad: hastily lic School purposes on said described ty, Florida, on Saturday, Tune 14th, June 14th, 1913, to determine the num- The Mastic Wall Board and Roofing Mf4. Co., Cincinnati Ohio
'- determine if the territory
1 don't mi d giving another quarter territory and to elect three trusteesto 1913, to ber of mills to be assessed and collected (37)
Can you change a half rHpusekeeper.Overworked. serve for the term of two years in bounded as herein below descried on the property within each of
said District, described as follows. shall be created a Special Tax School said Districts for Public School pur-
\ Begin nw cor sec 7 Tp 23 r 30, District, to fix the number of millsto poses and to choose three trustees to WALL
-The hour of 12 has stnvkrJ hissed run e to ne cor sec 10 Tp 23 r 30, runn be assessed and collected said described for Pub- serve for the term of two years in I BOARD
to nw cor 2 23 30 to lic School purposes on
the ghost \ sec Tp r run e each of said Districts viz. Fairview,
and to elect three trustees
ne cor see 1 Tp 23 r 30, run s to se territory
materialist Winter Park, Ocoee, Geneva, Union,
"I don't blame it, replied
tnf the of two in
for term
death cor sec 36 Tp 23 r 30, run w to sw to serve years Pine Castle, Chuluota and Tangerine. -1 ,
------------ -
----- -- -- -
"It was worked to said District, described as follows:
cor sec 32 Tp 23 r 30, run n to nw .
tons ago.-Judge. cor sec 29 Tp 23 r 30 run wV mile, Sections, 23, 24, 25, 26, 35, 36, Tp 21, gerine.By .
run n 2 miles, run w to sw cor sec 7 Range 29, Sections 19, 20, 21, 22, 27, order of the Board of Public Instruction -
Nothing can wort me dama/ but I Tp 23 r 30 run n to beginning. ; 28, 29, 30, 31, 32, 33, 34, less swVi of of Orange Couny, at ent\nel\ OSI overtiserHIS C
regular -
Sec. 32 21 Range'30, and less I Pay
tt.Tself.-8t Bernard I By order of the Board of Public 1 Ii meeing May 6, 1913. .
Instruction of Orange County, Town of Eatonville and the S Z of J. F. McKINNON, r '




1I11I111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111 I JMR, BENEDICT ADDRESSES THE -

I -

Louis C. Massey, President. Orlando, Fla., May 21, 1913.

T. Pietoa Wallow VfcfJ m. 8.> Win Haw*, Cukfar Mr. C. E. Howard, Secretary, Orlando

Howard C. Babcock. Aai't Cuhto Samuel A.Newell,Au't CuUer Board of Trade, City, .
Dear Sir: In connection with the

plans being made by your body to
THESTATE advertise and boost Orlando, as reported -
in "The Daily Sentinel" this What is theCHRISTMAS

morning, we wish to suggest that it
I would be a great benefit if some

means are provided to assure investor -
of absolutely! fair and honest SAVING
treatment in all transactions made in

our city and to include such assurance

of Orlando I I We in all your hesitate advertisements.to acknowledge that CLUB ?

any such assurance is needed but in

view of the fact that high class magazines
including The Country Gentle-

THE OLDfST BANK IN THE CITYAND man, Saturday Evening Post, Breeders' Merely a number of people who arrange to systematically
Gazette, Everybody's and a num-
ber of others refuse to accept Flor- savejcertain: odd pennies each week with the positive assurancethal -
ida land advertisements and our Gov- they Hill receive a check two weeks before
ernment has considered it
The Bank which transacts more business than call attention in his recent necessaryto messageto Christmas for every penny they have saved.

any Bank between Jacksonville and Tampa the necessity of controlling the un

scrupulous land operators, some ac
tion is certainly justified.A .
The large patronage of this Bank has been built up move in the right direction wouldbe

during twenty years by conducting its business on sound to publish instructions for investors You can save any amount from 2 cents a week up.
recommending that they have all
banking principles with careful attention to the legitimate representations and
agreements madein
wants of customers. The confidence of the publicis writing and when inspecting landor The 2 cents the first r) r)

reuected in the large amount of deposits. disinterested considering friend verbal should agreements be present.a week "club" nets you $11 .

Average deposits First Quarter of 1913, 900000. Then the Board of Trade should havean

arbitrating and investigating committee
to receive and act on com
FOUR PER CENT PAID ON SAVINGS ACCOUNTSOur I plaints. It would be well also to

mention that the most flagrant offenders PIS WORTH WHILE !

are not citizens of our State,
but that the wonderful opportunitieshere
correspondent banks are located in every part of j j have attracted .--
sharks from all Calla lIIetChrislmas[ Savings Club Window and let us explain it more fully,
the world and include some of the largest Banks in the I parts of the world and in every community
there are a certain numberof or better still ioinsome club now.
United States. people to advance their own inter

ests. We all know of instances where
4 4 llllltmilllimiMMIMMMMHItllllitf. attempts have been made to sell one
--- -- --- --- -- -- of
-- property by showing another
DOLIYE-KELLER orange blosoms and lilies of the valley and cases of this kind are widely The Peoples National Bank"It
and her bouquet was of bride advertised by the victims, to the
roses. Her traveling dress was of detriment of the State.
For months all Orlando has been On the otherhand
eagerly anticipating the marriage of taupe serge and she wore a becominghat some investors are dissatisfieddue is a pleasure to serve you."
the most popular members of its of the same shade. to some misunderstanding and
younger set, Miss Josephine Keller Mr. and Mrs. Dolive left by automobile such cases could be straightened out
and Mr. Louis S. Dolive and yester- for Sanford, where they caughtthe by the committee suggested as wellas flflflflflflflflflflflflfltW' '" "
afternoon train for KH
Jacksonville. those where
day morning the Keller home on an actual injustice has
thronged After spending their honeymoon at been done. .
North Orange avenue was
with relatives and friends gateheredto St. Augustine and nearby points, they Yours very truly, 111'11"111111'111111'1111111111111111111111111I1I11 *
witness the ceremony. will return to make their home in the Florida Real Estate & Investment Co.,

The bride is the attractive and tal city.The Henry Benedict, President.
Sentinel unites with the host
ented daughter of Mr. and Mrs. G -
of friends in wishing these young people Mr. Benedict's letter REMEMBER THEBeginning
C. Keller, who has, during the four furnishes food
well and a happy l life journey. for thought. .
years she has lived in Orlando, won
the affection of all who have known Florida has suffered great wrong at _
her, and the groom, the eldest son of ROSALIND CLUB the hands of unscrupulous real estate +

Mr. and Mrs. S. G. Dolive, Orlandois promoters who, not being residents of
proud to claim as one of its most The members of the Rosalind Club the State, had no concern for the thI H Hint l 1e
successful "boys." will please take notice that the reception State other than to pull every dollar]] n
The house was attractively decorated Thursday afternoon of this week out of it they could by any mannerof
by Luther and the green and whitein will be the last occasion of this season means. Of course the Orlando
the drawing room was especially on which club guests will be entertained Board of Trade would give defraudedpurchasers
effective. In the adjoining room and The last meeting on May all the assistance they
on the veranda quantities of yellow twenty-ninth will be open to club could in bringing offenders to justice

daisies were used, while the dining members only, including honorary even without any preannounced intention -
room was beautiful with many tall non-residents and season subscribers. of so doing. But as Mr. Benedict -

vases of pink dahlias, asparagus fern Jesse M. Thayer, suggests, it might be a wise
and roses. Pres. idea for the Board of Trade to make
At the doorway the guests were By order of the Rosalind Club. declaration on th subject. WednesdayMAY

greeted by Mrs. L. H. Lawrence and
here, just before the hour set for the PIONEER LIFE IN

ceremony, Mrs. W. L Palmer, with SOUTHLAND

much sweetness and expression sang Mrs. Longstreet, like many othersof 21
Cadman's "At Dawning." Mrs. Gray"Rush her kind has persuaded When the editor of the News-Pal

was at the piano and immediately herself that the world is ladium was in Orlando, Florida last

after the closing chord of Mrs. largely indebted to her. But, we winter, he was informed that t hereon
Palmer's solo, came the thrilling notesof inquire for what? Long after the was a Benton Harbor man living
Mendelssohn's March. : the banks of a lake about four miles
Wedding she
war, an adventuresome
The members of"the Club de Martes, woman, married General Longstr young eel out from the city. We rode out to L.A.STJING' : : 1O D.A. SDon't
Misses Willie Person, Norma Gettier, Since that day, she has played the the lake and there found the former
Fannie and Mary Robinson, Ada Bum- part of politician and has had herd way. Benton Harborite to be Walter Juer-
by, Florida Howard, Antoinette an to no small degree and even yet seems genson, who at one time had a meat
Sara Slemons Alma market on Territorial street in this 1viss It: !
DeLaney, MaryScruggs to think that she should have a life:
Eula Smith, Glenn Cheney, lease at the public's crib. This country city. Mr. Juergenson went to Orlando ] -
Anne Estelle Giles and Mesdames D. owes Mrs. Longstreet nod more last season and after a thorough

Fishbach, LeRoy Giles, Thomas Bro than any other woman and she mayas investigation purchased twenty acres I
.water, hwin Dunn, Gordon Wrightand well go off the list of favorites.AT of land and bought a car of household
Joseph Bumby were bridesmaidsand effects and a lot of live stock,
entered two and two, each daintily including a cow, a team of mules and
gowned in white and carrying white THE GRAND some thoroughbred chickens, he then

dahlias. Mrs. Fishbach and Mr s. the Grand sent for his family consisting of his P. YOWELLTHE
Last night at N.
Wright carried streamers of white was given wife, little son aged about six years
satin ribbon, draped with asparagusfern that great production of Victor Hugo's and another child, a babe of only a
Miss Howard holding the ends Notre Dame, which has excitedso few months.

of the ribbon until the girls separated, much interest among students of When we called we found the fam
forming an: aisle through which the French history. As storied by Hugo ily well and happy and all enjoying
other members of the bridal party interest has been doubled and the the outdoor life and the healthful and
The climax came with the putting of this mild climate. Mr.
passed. groom and the best man, Juergenson was
Mr. Jenkins Dolive, entered from a great drama on canvas by way of busily engaged in chopping trees and
side door, and with Dr. John W. moving pictures. This was decidedlyan from the vigor of his strokes and the .
Stagg, awaited the coming of the intellectual entertainment. 'energy>' that he puts into his work
bride, who, with her father, followedthe Pathe's Thursday night will be one of it is evident that he is determinedto BIG WHITE
bridesmaids.The Weeklies with special feat- make an unqualified success of hiswere ,
bow window of the drawingroom ures. The subject is "The Spy's De- pioneer venture.

was filled with palms and ferns, feat The scene is laid in Gm many I Ii i. Many orange and peach trees
and Russia, in which
these forming a rich background for officials prominent war set out on the place, add the large STORE
figure. It is V
magnolia buds and a huge vase of one of those exciting garden and potato field was just
scenes where love and war play coming into
white dahlias. Overhead was suspended bearing. Mr. and Mrs.
prominent parts. It is ,
a ring of white oleander blossoms a dramatic Juergenson were greatly rejoiced .L
story of official and tomoat .
social life filled .. J) -i- TT '
and under this Miss Keller and .vtv ucuwm naroor people and
with pathqs and gave
Mr. Dolive stood while Dr. Stagg exciting epreriences. the visitors a cordial welcome. The
read his beautiful marriage service. I of There mirth.will also be special featuresof neighbors, including a number of Plans and specifications have been tees are to have a 100,000-gallon con- I AT THE FAVORITE TODAY

The bride and groom remained I families from the north, all speak in I received for the new bank which is to crete reservoir at the city well. I i Reel I Program I
some time after the ceremony receiving high terms of Mr. and Mrs. Juergen in Sarasota and bids are
be erected Bewitched Bandbox . . Milano
congratulations, afterward goingto CALL MEETING OF THE U. D. G son and with enthusiasm of the ener- being advertised for. The brick paving has about all been Ii ComedyDramaThe
the dining room where the Club gy, industry and cheerfulness with completed in the business district of
Man Higher Up . .
which Powers
de Martes, and Misses Elma Gettier A special meeting of the U. D. C. this young couple are establish Lakeland, and the guttering and curb- '
and Guilda Happersett served punch, will be held at the home of Mrs. B. ing themselves a home in the south Miami citizens have declared them- ing for the asphalt paving is well under -, I Comedy
land.-The selves in favor of the bond issue of His Wife's Strategem .. Crystal
cake and bon-bons from the prettily j I G. Abernethy, on Lake Eola, this af- (Benton Harbor, Mich.. ,) way. i Comedy
decorated center table. i ternoon at 3:30. The meeting is an News Paladium. $17,000 for municipal improvementsby I 1 Pearl
overwhelming majority.For
The bride radiant in a beautiful important one and all members an '
was -
Watermelons, home-grown, are get Open to 5 and 7 to 10 p.o:.
gown of embroidered voile, drapedover are reqested to be present One kind of a coward is a man who ting to be quite plentiful in the market .Also! Little Red Riding Hood. . .
satin and trimmed with exqui- By order of the president remains away from his office the first fire protetion in Sarasota in and are bringing rich men's prices.-1 ... ... .. .. Majestic
with MRS. 0. P. LIKENS day of each month. addition to the tower the bond trus-
Eite lace. Her veil was caught Sec. Lakeland Note in Tampa Times. A grea pictrue for the childrent