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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 22, 1913
Frequency: daily (except monday)
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando
Coordinates: 28.533611 x -81.375833 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1913.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 1, no. 269 (Dec. 20, 1913).
General Note: J.F. Schumann, editor.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 4 (Feb. 14, 1913).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Direct Service, Postal Telegraph until 2 a. m. PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING EXCEPT MONDAY. Orlando-Progressive Center of the Stag

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VOLUME ONE ORLANDO, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, MAY 22ND, 1913. NUMBER 87.

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BILL IN DISfAVOR APPROVES LOAN P ASSS[ SENATE[ FESTIVITIES[ [ OPENS [ OUT NO HOPE[ BY THE[ HOUSE _


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WESTERN MILLERS DECLARE FRENCH BANKERS TO TAKE BIG GIVING THE STATE NEAR DISPENSARY I A KING ARRIVES ENGLISH RULER SANDERS WALKER, THE BANKER BILL SETTING ASIDE TRACT OF

THAT THE PLACING OF FLOUR RISK AT SIX PER CENTLOANONE SYSTEM-LIQUOR i AND PARTY GREETED BY i I Ii SLOWLY DYING IN MACON LAND IN FI.OmU.FOR SEM-

ON FREE LIST WILL HAVE HUNDRED MILLION BILL GOES THROUGH WITH i EMPEROR AND EMPRESS AT I IGEIOI. FROM THE POISON TAKEN 1NOLE INDIANS FOR THEIR

A DISASTROUS EFFECT FOR TEN YEARS MATERIAL AMENDMENTS ; .\ Y.S CAPITAL THROUGH MISTAKE RESERVATION PASSEDTallahassee

Mexican 21. Practically Berlin, May 21.True "Hohenzol-; Special to the Sentinel :!').-The Houseof
Special to The SentinelWashington I Mexico City, May 21.-The Tallahassee May > May
\ Macon, Ga. May 21. The doctors ;
May 21.-Raw materials Congress early today gave its sanction inaugurating a dispensary system in j larn weather-brilliant sunshine and ; Representatives on yesterday passed

from which products are made}. to an agreement for a loan of Florida with State supervision, the i cloudless skies-has set in for the I in attendance upon Sanders Walker, I I the following bills:

which Lower House of Congress plac- 'I $100,000,000 at 6 per cent., interest I Davis liquor bill was passed late yesterday : wedding festivities of Princess vic- : expressed the belief late tonight that House Bill' No. 768-An act to authorize

ed on the free list of Underwood bill, I The amount is to be placed at 90 and I by the Senate. It is predicted toria Louise, daughter! of the German :, tomorrow would be the last day for I the county commissioners of

will also be placed on the free list, I I will run for ten years. It is guaranteed here that many counties will go wet i I j i i The official receptions started this the banker, although they admit the Alachua county, Fla., to issue bonds

according to the principle adopted by by 38 per cent., of the customs under the new system. ,, morning with the arrival here of the possibility of his lingering several for the purpose of building vitrified

the Substitute Committees of the i receipts. The Mexican National Bankis The first thing taken up on reaching 'bridegroom and the State entry into days. Although his body has been I brick roads in Alachua county, Fla.

Senate Finance Committee. named as the representative of the orders of the day was Senator : Berlin of King George and Queen relieved of the poison after taking I House Bill No. 774-An act authorizing
j seven grains of bichloride of
The bill which came from the House bankers in the supervision of the dis- Davis' bill, Senate Bill No. 251, to I Mary of England. mercuryin the county commissioners of Du-
I : tablets by accident the effects of
list and wheat the sale of intoxicating There was no to greet val Fla. in their discretion
flour was on the free bursements. I I regulate or furnishing ceremony county, ,
was dutiable. This raised a storm I The debate on the loan was a long i liquors, wines and beer and ;, Prince Ernest August, when he reach- the dose are that he can not now sum to employ a private detective to assist -

among western millers, who declared (One, lasting until midnight. The min-I prescribing a penalty for violating 'ed the station at 8:25 o'clock. He vive.All the state's attorney in the detec-
of today Mr. Walker has been
I the American flour market was being i ister of finances was charged with fail certain of its provisions. ; drove at once in an automobile to the tion and punishment of crimes committed -

opened to Canadian millers, while i lure to take better offers which had Senator Stokes, the Escambia coun castle, where he took breakfast with practically in a stupor and only when in such county, prescribing
aroused, did he manifest consciousness
American millers were barred from I been made. He replied that Provision ty, attacked the bill with a series of his bride-to-be before returning to the duties of such detective, and providing -

the Canadian wheat fields. It was decided -I al President Huerta and the othermembers amendments looking to cutting down the station to meet the British royal and though he answered ques I for his compensation.

that wheat be placed on the free of the Mexican Cabinet had the minimum amount to be purchased ties. tions intelligently, he soon lapsed into I Senate Bill No. 314-An act to validate

urged upon him the acceptance of under the bill, and doing away with At the station awaiting the arrivalof coma. Mrs. Walker is haggard as a I and legalize certain funding inx -
listAfter result of the ordeal
of the last
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this raw agricultural products I: this loan as the other offers receivedi the sealed package provision as to the royal train were Emperor William 1 i terest-bearing coupon rrants issued

were placed on the free list, as i i inecessitated more delay. beer, but his efforts were systematically and Crown Prince Frederick William l days and heart broken because al e'' by the board of public instruction of

were ferro manganese, cattle and other | It is still necessary for Congress voted down as rapidly as they. in the uniforms of their Britishregiments placed poison tablets in the headache I Manatee county, Fla., defined by resolution
medicine box that led to the
tragic
commodities. to discuss and vote upon the four articles i. were introduced. together with the Empress passed by said board while in

Placing: ferro manganese on the*(:: of the financial measure, but its i The only amendment allowed to go,I and the Crown Princess. mistake of her husband. She sits: 'I session, said resolution now being a
by his bedside holding his hands.It '
free list is a concession to the inde I approval of the general terms of the through was one by the introducer All the royal personages and prin- part of the records of said board of

pendent manufacturers. The changes : bill makes it reasonably certain thatit amending section 7, so saloonkeepers j I ces assembled in Berlin and a mass will be one week tomorrow morning j public instruction, said interest-bear
I since Mr. Walker swallowed ,
must be ratified by the Democratic will also approve the loan. might not provide any other place of brilliantly uniformed naval officers I corrosive ing coupon warrants having been issued -

caucus before they actually become The loan has been placed with than that at which liquors are sold and ministers and court functionaries sublimate and he already has to borrow money for the pur-

a part of the Democratic bill. The French bankers, but it is certain that for mixing and drinking purposes. The surrounded them. lived several days longer than origin pose of erecting public school buildings
I
hearings before the Substitute Com- British interests are participating.The bill was then sent to the engrossing King George and Queen Mary, when I ally allotted him by his physicians.For ; bearing dates of March 1, 1912,

mittees will be concluded Tuesday,I names of the bankers have not committee, which returned it, and under they alighted from the train, were four days he has been completely and August 1, 1912, and to authorizeand

according to a decision of the major- been announced. a suspension of the rules it was greeted with the customary cordial resigned and contemplated his approaching empower said board of public instruction -

ity of the Finance Committee, which : I passed. embraces by the Emperor and Em- end and with his mind sin- to issue additional interest-

met today. Simmons announced that COFFEY-FLYNN FIGHT 1 press and the other members of the gularly free from depression he cooperated bearing cupon warrants for the pur-
with the doctors in their
the Sub-committees would considera EPISCOPAL CLUBS MEETING imperial family. King George and heroic I pose borrowing money to complete

schedule in executive session and he New York, May 21.-Fight fans I Emperor William then jointly passed In efforts the churches to save him. payment for public school buildingsnow

hoped to have the bill in shape to report here are anticipating an interesting Boston, May 21.-"Christian Unity" in review of the guard of honor, drawnup tonight and at the under construction, and to pay

to the Democratic caucus on June I mill when Jim Coffey and Jim Flynn will be the key-note of the twenty- on the platform. This, completedthe weekly prayer meetings, prayers were any other indebtedness, and to providefor
offered for
I the stricken
3rd, and to the Senate on June 7. The I get together in a heavyweight match first National Conference of the Episcopal two monarchs together, and the man. The police -I the payment of said interestbearing -

hearings will end next Tuesday. Friday night at Madison Square Gar- I Church Clubs of the United Queen and Empress side by side, are keeping the crowds from I coupon warrants.

Henry Phar, president of the Louis- den. James J. Coffey, the Dublin States, which begins in this city tomorrow drove in open state carriages through gathering Mr. Walker near his home. I House Bill No. 686-An act providing -

ana Sugar Growers' Association appeared giant, is one of the most promising and will continue three days. the avenue of Victory and Unter den bed the last has been confined to his I: for the levy, assessment and collection -

before the Sub-committee today of the heavyweight boxers in the Bishop Lawrence will welcome the incoming Linden -to the castle, each carriage has been twenty-four hours and t of taxes for Bay county, in the

in opposition to free sugar. Mr. game today. Although he has had no delegates and a reception and escorted by a squadron of cavalry half the time in a state of State of Florida, for the year of 1913,

Phar asserted that the Democratic chance to met any of the big scrappers I. dinner will be given in their honor I I with pennoned lances. The wide thoroughfares coma.either die Physicians while in a state state that of he will I and prescribing the duties and compen

party is playing into the hands of the ': he has easily defeated a numberof at the Hotel Somerset tomorrow were lined with troops of under coma or sation of certain officers relative there
convulsions and that the end
sugar trust fairly good men, most of his vic' night, to be followed the next morning the guards army corps and behind ito. -
I come hour
tories being won by knockouts. A by a breakfast in the Brunswick them all Berlin seemed to have gathered may- any. now. I House Bill No. 687-An act providing

EXTRA SESSION MAY BE CALLED few weeks ago, he defeated George Ii Hotel. I home Telegrams the last have few hours poured from into the I for the organization and gov-

:,I. Rodel with ease in a nine-round go I Following the breakfast the conference The dirigible balloons Zeppelin and. I all over the United States doctors 1 1I ernment of Bay county, relative to
Tallahassee Rodel rated will its first Hansa, flying the British colors, ac suggesting that of the of said
May 21.-Belief i is was as a good boxer but proper open session treatment but the part territory county
growing here that conflicting opinionswill i Coffey experineced no trouble in put- I in Jacob Sleeper Hall, Boston companied the royal traiQ from Rathei .I charge have, medical men in I, acquired from Calhoun county," and
i 1 not deviated from their'''
prevent the passage of any adequate ting him away. University, at 10:30. Dr. Lawrence now and hovered over the carriages as i original I providing for a settlement between

good roads bill before the Leg. : Flynn is a veteran boxer and comes E. Evans, of the Episcopal Club of they drove toward the castle. which has campaign been of treatment, one Bay county and Calhoun county, and
aproved by the hospital I
islature adjourns, in case of whichit ,' from Pueblo, Colorado. He has made Massachusetts, will address the conference I staffs of -I the assumption by Bay county of its
larger Eastern
institu-
is likely that there will be a general : a good reputation in the West and on "What is Christian Unity" I TO TEACH SOUL-MATING tions in hourly pro rata share of the indebtedness of

demand from every section of the, should prove to be a worthy opponent j Providence, who will speak on "The 'i wire. communication by i! Calhoun county .

State and South Florida in particular, for Coffey. Billy Gibson, manager il Fundamentals of Christian Unity." j I( Munich, May 21.-Plans are being I Sweating have I.I' House Bill No. 6'6-An act providing

that Governor Trammell immediately I for Coffey, says that while I! George Zabriske D. C. L. of New ,I completed for the establishment of- a- ployed, and processes it is stated have been done em- for and setting aside certain landsto

call an extra session and try to force Flynn is not the most formidable :': York, will discuss "The Church, the high school for matrimonial sciences much to the Seminole Indians as a reserva

some definite action on this all-im- man in the world by any means, he, Various Conceptions of its Nature I'b band I in this city, or to give it its sonorous prolong.life as long as now. tion, "providing for trustees, in whom

portant subject. :i should be able to put up a stiff fight Functions." Teutonic title, "Hochschule der Heir- AT YOWELL'S STORE | the title of said lands shall be vested

Governor Trammell is a good roads :, and give Coffey more of a run than he ,'I The Cambridge Episcopal Parishes i)atswissenschaften. The founder is for the use and benefit of said Indi

enthusiast and it is possible that he i iI has had in any of his previous bouts. j will give a luncheon for the delegates Professor Dr. Walter Hassall. Dr. Orlando I ans."

will call the extra session. It may I I:, following, this session at the Parish Hassall hopes that within a month's snack men either took a cold I House Bill No. 415-An act prohibiting -
yesterday ate
or dinner
I.
be necessary to force action with reference -i REFUGEES COME FROM MEXICO House of Christ church, Cambridge, time the academy will number 500 the restaurant The at i i white persons from teaching ne-

to the abolition of the convict i(:,i _____ to which place the delegates will be : students of both sexes. These on comI the female portionof I gro schools, and prohibiting negro

lease system in the same method. : San Francisco, 21.-Steamers taken in automobiles. !i I I pleting their course, will be awarded at Yowell's population spent the entire day !i teachers from teaching white children
i store and
will
we
:I arriving from the coast of Mexico are diplomas as teachers of love, and will hat that Mr. Yowell wagera !; in white schools in the State of Florida -

PRESIDENT PARDONS PRISONER bringing to this port many American -I, BASEBALL RESULTS IN THE BIG be expected to travel the length and I many good looking women never togetherin saw so I. and providing for the penalty
: and other refugees. More than I LEAGUES breadth of Germany in order to makean there for.
-
I j one spot as he saw If I
I yesterday.
forty were active propaganda in favor of !I House Bill No.
Washington, May 21.Compassionfor passengers on the steamer mar- 161-An act to
1 I every lady there made a purchase Mr.
a prisoner said to be in the last San Jose, which arrived yesterday. A I Special to the Sentinel. I riage. I Yowell's stock is j'amend chapter 5885, laws of Florida,
: very materially reduced
stages of tuberculosis, and fear that 1I number i' of these said they had been I NationalPhiladelphia 1 1I I II and his cash account is I i entitled an act creating a state board

his presence in the Magoffin county compelled to travel long distances out 12; Cincinnati, 0. PRESBYTERIAN RESOLUTIONSThe ceptably swelled. The stock pre- [I of pensions; defining who shall re-

jail in Kentucky, might endanger the | of their way to get out of the coun-! Boston, 5; Chicago, 6. I whose duty it is to put that stock keepers in ;( ceive pensions, who shall be retained

health of other inmates, caused Presi i try, by way of the west coast, on account New York, 3; St. Louis, 4. l Presbyterian General Assemblyat order again have a task that invites I j I as pensioners, how application shall be

dent Wilson today to commute to ex 1 of the demoralized state of the Brooklyn, 2; Pittsburg, 5. Atlanta have passed several important the sympathy of the most ardent admirer I made, how pensions shall be paid;

pire at once the six months' sentence t railroads. I AmericanSt. I resolutions, among which are of special sales. duty of county commissioners in regard -
i I Louis, 5; New York, 0. I Every inch I
the
to
following: pensions for
imposed ; providing the
on Bryant\fymbs at Covington i of available in that
space
large store
Ky., for working in an illicit dis \ FORMER MAYOR ON TRIAL I Chicago, 9; Boston, 10. By a unanimous vote, the General available to human beings was I levy of a pension tax and authoriz

tillery. I Cleveland, 3j Washington ,5. Assembly of the Presbyterian Church yesterday from the time occupied ing the state board of pensions to

I Macon, Ga. May 21.-The trial of,j: Detroit-Philadelphia, rain. late today adopted a resolution intended swung inward until thaidoors 'I make regulations to carry into effect
they closed j
WOMEN IN BITTER FIGHT I Col. W. A. Huff, former Mayor of Macon -, II South Atlantic to debar from schools supported in the evening several hundred I{ the provisions of this act. .

on a charge of contempt of court, Macon, 4; Columbus, 2. from the government all denominational pie assembled in front of the peo-i House Bill No. 247-An act to
;1 was begun in the United I Charleston, 3; Jacksonville, 1. badges store I amend sections 050;
Detroit, Mich., May 21.-A bitter States Court I or uniforms. This before the doors opened in the morn- 951, 952, 953, 954,
,ght was predicted over the proposition ;i today, Judge W. I. Grubb, of the i Savannah, 12; Alany, 2. I resolution, which is to be presented ing. People who know say that it ,I 955, 956, 958 and 960 of the general

to amalgamate the two women's! District Attorney Oliver D. Street,i Carolina Association I Ito the President of the United States, was the largest special sale ever held statutes of the state of Florida providing
foreign missionary associations when i I iof the same district, represents the i Ashville, 12; Raleigh, 3. I was introduced by Prof. J. A. Wilson, in Orlando. I for drains or canals, and their

the annual convention of Northern 1 government. Huff is charged with at- I Greensboro, 3; Durham, 1. occupying the chair of biblical history maintenance by counties and to provide
1 tacking the ; Charlotte, 1; Winston-Salem, 1, six of the
judicial : for the
character
of Judtre Pittsburgh Theological Seminary laying of
Baptists Mrs. F. Jos. Raehn I assessments for
formally opened today in the ;| t innings rain. and son, Henry -
Emory Speer. ; Pittsburg Pa. I construction
and
Woodward Avenue Baptist church. !! 1 I left last night to visit their old maintenance and the
Secretary Bryan Praised home in issuance of bonds to pay for the construction
Nearly 5,000 Pittsburg, Pa.
delegates and visitors I
I Hon. John Joliff
from all over the United States WILL RESULT IN CURTAILMENT 1! of Lincoln, Neb.,i Secretary of State Bryan was | and incidental costs and the
were I _______ i I stopped off in Orlando a few warmly praised by the second manner of obtaining release
in speaker Jake Burkhart from the
attendance. Hel I is off on a well
I yesterday and took in the earned -
II I I Special to the SentinelWashington '! city. of the evening, Rev. J. Knox Me- vacation, which he intends levy for such drains.
May 21.-Mrs. W. H.; was greatly surprised at the magnitude Clurkin to spendin House Bill
Pittsburg, Pa., for his atti- and around New / No. 636.-An act to prohibit
York
LIKES PRESIDENT WILSON I Felton, age 78, widow of a Georgia of the city and said that he tude toward temperance. "Thank City. : the sale of baking powders, self-

I J Congressman, is here to fight the cotton -I had visited every important city in I God!" he exclaimed, "we have a Sec- rising flour, or other food stuff containing
SpeeW to the Sentinel goods schedule of Florida and found that Messrs. J. N. Bradshaw and S. S.
j the Wilson-Un none looked ;
of State
who
| retary in his
social life alum other
any or drug or
London, May 21.-Lord Weardale, derwood tariff bill. prettier than Orlando. Griffin are spending the day in Jacksonville
the head of the Peace Delegation I 'I I invites the higest ambassadors of the preparation that is injurious or deleterious
"I'm against my Democratic people I world to get on the water with on important business.We to public health.
wagon
which visited America, returned here in this," she said. "All Southern mill I County Judge Tally and County I him. House
today. When seen by a reporter, said:I.1 Clerk H. C. I Bill No. 458.-An act to provide
"I men are pessimistic. This bill will I Duncan of Lake county,. Have Our Ups and Downs for the levy of taxes for the
was wonderfully impressed by who
result first in were
the curtailment of investments motoring across the country The Cincinnati
street
car strike
1913
.
and
years 1914.WEATHER
While the
Senate the
President delays
Wilson I believe he is
and pass-
then in stopped off few
; part-time of the a hours in Orlando
must remind if have
you everbeen
you
the age of the Underwood tariff bill the iT,
man America
has been lookingfor schedule for mills, and finally in their last night to shake hands with in that city, that walking thereis
a long time." friends House can put in its time on the REPORT
complete shut down and thousands of and admire the beauties of uphill work.-Indianapolis News.Subscribe .
bleachers.-New York World. -
our people will be out of employ Orlando.
Local showers
and
Thursday
Ladies Home Journal and Pictoral ment" She will ask a hearing before I probably

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to be ready to advance it with all pos
sable cannon at the nest opportune
uoment Thi habit of n-awlins toward
their prey advancing ('oantionsk New Spring Suits
while preparing:: to nth or vpnnsr. may
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Joes strnI erg to each other any dir
partleularlv in the -ountrv The doz
where and Dresses
who sees tin- other first. after pivinz i everything :
him a cautions look invariably lowerils I
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the wild tate It's fontmwd now i
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jday either m play or a Either the do: i Is; prejurinsJor
SILKS AND SATINS, ALL COLORS, DRESS GOODS
an attack *T hv' Ivins down nresJofice I i
to the other do; that he N I I IN ALL THE LATEST PATTERNS FOR OLD AND

friendly Herald and doesn't care to hihtBoston I: Allen & Co. II I i' YOUNG. WHITE CANVAS SHOES. THE DISPLAY

i CONTAINS ACCURATE ILLUSTRATIONS OF THE

Walking and Muscular Work SEASONS BEST AND LATEST CREATIONS, AND
The muscular work performed in the IS
WORTHY THE ATTENTION OF EVERY ORLANDO
ample act of walking is much greater
than most of IN have any Idea of JEWELERS 'I WOMAN. CALL IN AND ACQUAINT YOURSELF
'''alkln; at the moderate rate of three WITH THE HIGH CHARACTER OF OUR GARMENTS
tile an hour is equivalent to lifting I AND THE REASONABLE PRICES.Kanner's .
the body perpendicularly through one-
twentieth of the distance walked. If I
Orlando Florida
tte person walk one mile at the rate 'i ,
mentioned" the amount of work done 1
would be equivalent to )lifting the body 1j'i
perpendicularly through a distance of j j New York
JC4 feet Supposing a person weighing itfO i
pounds walks five miles be is dog -
2i work which equals the lifting ofjearly I .
eighty-eight tons one foot high Our Repair Department at
let all the movements of walking are. StoreIf
to the case of a healthy person performed Bargain
quite subconsciously, so that your service always.
ill the muscles employed in the act

2g are themselves.Life actually exercising. and develop- You Would be Posted be a Daily Visitor to this Store

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xent outside of work, or Interest be- '
nglng to It." G F Watts said. I'I
When he was young he used to for- i Everything in Drugs j I
lake his bed. because sleeping In com THE OAKlAND
iort robbed him of the first daylight ::1 t: ,.. roNEWY'L BOSTON
tours, and he preferred to lie wrapped
3 rugs on the hard floor so as to
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the ILe dark same; winter spirit made mornings: him impatient of Delaney Drug Co. : on 6200-Ton Modern Steet age THAT EVERYBODYIS

"How I wish it was time to begin : FARES r.tlJn. Steamships 400 Feet TALKING
work again"!' he would sf h.MolraO' ; ; WATKINS BLOCK PHONE NO, 2 \ :i FROM Long. sl \elll in Black wood's Magazine o h ABOUT
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i.( I*" t- :1. -'IIlIt from 'fh. for? asked
a neighbor.
horrible thought r
RIOT IN COLORS. me. I cannot hear the ;
-- lrauituights. My brain burns as the recollection I I "I'm thinking: o' that poor creature's (
and hooded "
The closelyeiled
The Artist Enraged the Critics but \\oim-n. gro rs." So intense had been the poorfellow's distress. was the reply. II i iWhat
: and herded 1 like so many cattle I ? Don't know she's paid For the Next Fifteen
Foroed Recognition. I. anguish; that to make certain : you DaysWe
within an iron grill, take no part in 1:0 a week to do that?"
In his early years as an artist the his end be had torn back shirt and
late Frank D. Millet had a hard strug. j the proceedings; which their so Interests intimately being vest and placed the muzzle of the pistol I I "Eh? Twenty pounds a week! Do I
affect their future, -
gle to gain recognition. He sent pictures I to his naked flesh -St. James' ; left in the hand of a voluble and 1 reair l
to exhibitions to be sure and j each of the I : Li
good but I Kesticulative a\ocat In II I "Of course not." will sell me at 90c
no one
pictures they were
hall is an alcove
of the
four shIes Treat
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paid attention to them Turks Picnic at Home. "Then all I've jot to say. I U she's a
any particular and In each alcove, seated cross
life" in the houseis deceitful hu"sv" And up he cot and II |
them.
or said anything about j I legged cushioned divan, is "Simple picnicking barrel delivered
on a many per
One day Millet conceited an Idea. j I a green robed sold; turbaned cadi. To thoroughly; understood by the Turk. I went out Twenti |I'Ut"k a week. II j ,
He painted a picture of a lady in black : The real old fashioned Turk indeed as I be was! mnttt>rill as li* mnvwl inp' the :
his the
him the husband states case
sitting on a bright md sofa, standing \: wife through her avocat putting in Sir Charles Eliot show! reveals his Inherited !. street. "and to kick up nil that r"wtoo" j five barrel lots.
against vivid background uumadic instincts treating I.i ondni) (iiotic Ij
a yellow j i her defense-if she has any. by a j
The effect was just :i tripe! st.irtlin, : I The judge considers the facts in house merely a* :a place( to camp in I. '
Friends who saw it in the proves* of lence. gravely stroking; his long 51-\\ Iloonis: are not Msned! to special pur Diseases. They Have In Scotland. ;
production expostulateditli! him and "' sit and write flas 'utJIII4J Mill its unit \\IIrd for
: : beard the while, and then delivers his (jtoses 011 III a room I Florida Metal Co.
asked him what h.:1.' ;jroinj: ;: to do : decision-in nine cases out of ten. so nn your 11:11111lw" you are nutmr: measles* |bran ianislrelates that .

With it They were astounded when ; I was told in favor of the husband 'on call A nttle table is nrou-rnt: III. in 17T.1 Mrs l Hetti Muirhead. who kepta I

he announced that he was joins; to Should either party be dissatisfied with and yon t>:It. When gnu want to :? to hoarding school for VOUHK: ladies in I McNEIL-DAVIS BUILDING
send it the exhibition. told : .. the Tronsatf of (Jl.is on. asked<< a new
to They the finding he or she can take an appeal tied ;i pile ot ni:>: i end in a cornet I
him the critics would "wipe\ the floor" by the simple process of walking and >oii P.I to sleep ,iti it Theo ..1xclient pupil whether she had had smallpox I.
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with him. They can't dn that with across the hall and laying their case I Yildiz secntaneworkinu in : "Yes. mom replied the ::ir!. "I've bad I .

out mentioning; ITIl'." said Millet quiet- before one of the other judges whose :I red plush riMiiu tuniMiKl in Kuropean the sma'pov the nlrN. the blabs the -
ly. "and they've never even done that. decision is final.A style "Someere sitting i curled scav. the kinkhost and the fever the -

ts yet" I case even it appealed is general. up in rllll.hair.. with their inkpotsjwised brunks and the worm "ma'pos" ,

To the exhibition the picture wentIt ly disposed of well under an hour and perilously ou the arms, the idea and even the vague;\ "feter" mibt not I/j

killed everything within twenty feet I I at a total cost of $1.:Metropolitan of having/ a \\ntin:: table never nav- worry an English reader but it need I
of it. You couldn't a Glossary to interpret the others In .
on either side help i I Magazine. lug curve into their heads Some were
looking at it. It simply knocked you i I squatting on the flour eating; with their order as measie nt>ttlpra b. itch ; TheBestistheCheapest'lII
down and held you there. : The Geologists' Clock. fingers off broad dishes placed on a low whooping numb, mumps and tooth
The critics got into a towering pas- Ii Each fosbiliferous rock bed contains table. One was taking a siesta in the ache-London Tatler

elon over it They wrote whole col. .characteristic forms! or groups of corner."-SL James' Gazette. SO GET THE BEST OF
umns about it. They exhausted the forms that determine the period IB -- A Comparison.
English language in abusing it They I which it was mud or tiand. Former "Nothing::, it teems to me. looks as unimportant 1
ridiculed the committee that permitted Director I'owell of the United States Disabused His Mind. as H bridegroom at a wed and Wall
I At a London theater the other night i Paints Paper
It to be hung. They had squibs and ,geological survey once tersvl.v explained ding""dace
when a well known actress was
weep-
,
gibes about it, but every time they I to a congressional;\ 'ommittet I von ever noticed a governor .
ing bitterly on the stage a sensitive
poke or they mentioned Frank Millet the value of I'a It'ulltulu j in Baying when tIp was surrounded by the uniformed
lie suddenly became the best that it is "the zeolotfst's Hook." by countryman burst Into tears and wept mettiter' of his staff?"-Cblcago J THE 1912 WALL PAPER IN SAMPLES .

known artist in town. Somebody be. which be tells the time when rock audibly. Record.Herald. ; IS GRAND AND I WILL BE PLEASED
cause of the stir it had made, bought beds were formed The economic importaocv "What are you making that row .
TO SHOW THEM. ALL YOU HAVE TO
the picture at a good price and removed of paleontology; bas been repeatedly I
it to the seclusion of his own I' shown in this country. In r --- i ii I II DO IS TO TELEPHONE AND I WILL

home. the earliest exploitation of anthracite I BRING THE SAMPLE TO YOUR HOME.
When the next exhibition came off coal thousands of dollars were fruit. .

Millet had another picture ready, one lessly expended in New York In searchof NEW COLORS AND PATTERNS IN
of a very different sort and very good. coal beds until the New York geologists
but no better than others which he had showed that the beds in that ..GEO. A. BARKER PHONE 268
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exhibited before. The critics had muchto state could contain<< no coal. The fossils .

say about it and "noted with pleas in the rocks exploited are devo
ure the marked Improvement" that I plan, whereas the fossils of the Penn- Crepe OOOS and KimonosGOWNS

Mr. Millet had made "an evidence," i II sylvania anthracite coal beds belong

as they modestly put it, "of.the valueof {I to the carboniferous a much later,pe $ JUST RECEIVED
criticism, even though severe to a riod. This discovery at once stopped ,
young artist. And the majority of I a useless expenditure of money.-Argonant .

them never realized that Millet had { ETC.

clever limply trick.compelled their attention by a I| A Fatal Sleep. TUB SILKS CREPE CHIFFONS S j

I Hugh Miller the Scottish geologist 2000 yards Val. Lace Insertion at 1 and 2 (

i and writer was one of the most Illus
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Oriental Soon That Smacks of
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The Daily NEGROES AS PULLMAN PAS- BAD POLICY OF XATIQNAL
MANUFACTURERS' ASSOCIATION
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South Florida Sentinel '

HORNING AND WEEKLY The chairman of the railroad com- Mr. John Kirby, Jr., President of

--- -- -- mission made enquiry of the attorney the National Association of Manufacturers -
Entered at the post office at Orlando, general of South Carolina as to refers to the National Con-
Florida as Second Class Mail Matter. WOMENThe
whether or not negroes had the priv- gress as "truckling to the Unions."

SUBSCRIPTION RATES ileges of Pullman cars in interstate What Mr. Kirby really objects to

service, and the following is the replyof is that Congress does not truckle to
THE DAILY SENTINEL the attorney general: Manufacturers Association instead -
One year .. ... ...... .........$5.00 Mr.
Unions.
"I am in receipt of yours of the of the labor Kirby
Months . ... .. .. 2.50
Six II II II daintiest find the
the
would
lath inst. in reference to a negro and his associates write women exquisite designs
Months .. . 1.25
Three II II II II II
riding in a Pullman car on the 14th tariff schedules and arrange all appropriations -

By newt carrier in Orlando, 60 cents per day of May on Southern train No. 31, if this government they want in our big assortment. Women who

month. Daily and Sunday. which runs from Washington to Jack- would but permit them.

The Orlando Morning Sentinel can be found sonville. I note that you say that this Mr. Kirby rails against the "powersof are fond of jewelry, those who want somethingthat

on tale in Orlando at Curio ft O'Neal' BookStore negro had secured his ticket and berthin the inner circle" of the American

the city of Washington and that federation of labor, and God knows is unusual and beautiful, are able to gratify

We will appreciate prompt complaint if his destination was Savannah, GatIn that some of the things done under
delivery is not properly made by our carriers. reply thereto I beg to say that be- the name of that association and by their desires here, for our stock is peculiarlyrich

Admitting rates will be furnished on application. ing a native South Carolinian and be- individuals belonging to the associ-

lieving in the separation of the races ation are too terrible to contemplate in articles of more than ordinary beauty.For .

THE WEEKLY SENTINEL and holding the personal opinion thatI in a civilized land. Yet these powerful -
for year, by mail, postage paid .......1.00 do in regard to same, I would be I; manufacturing associations are those seeking birthday or other gifts thereare
s
AddrtM THE SENTINEL Orlando Florida.Office
107 Court Street. Arcade Building very glad indeed to be able to give ,grounded: in evil purposes and if this suggestions.T.H.Evans .
: would harken to their) many
Phone 24 you an opinion that the Pullman government

--- company could not allow members of I pernicious demands, laboring men, and
J. F. SCHUMANN, Editor. the negro race to be pasengers in in fact the masses would be slaves to

JOSIAH FERRIS Proprietor. their cars within the borders of South the most corrupt power this countryhas

Carolina. This, however, is a matter ever been cursed with. --- --------- ----------
THURSDAY, MAY 22ND, 1913. absolutely beyond the control of the The ingenious manner that associ-

general assembly of this state whenit ation takes for getting their false and

It is never safe to tell a newly married comes to interstate travel, and deceptive statements sent broadcast

man.a secret unless you wish his therefore is absolutely beyond the con- through his land, is enough to con-

wife to know it. trol of the courts or executive depart demn them. A well paid press agent the JewelerOPPOSITE

o ment of this State. sends out to all the newspapers ,

Orlando's steady growth is causingreal "There is no law upon our statute of the land ready prepared
I I
estate to rapidly enhance in value books which would reach such condi- editorials, and reports of the speechesof
i'
consequently, it will pay you to invest tions as you set out in your letter, and the officers of the association as
now. if there were it would be inoperativeon news matter. The purpose is to inflame POST OFFICE

o account of the fact that it would be the public mind against labor I

The New Orleans Picayune man ad- in violation of the federal constitu- organizations.It I EXPERT REPAIRING AND ENGRAVING.

mits that he had a counterfit bill pass tion, which gives to the American serves a double purpose. It in-

ed on him, and explains that he does congress the sole right to regulate flames the public mind to some extent -'

not see enough real money to know commerce between the states." against labor'unions, and in turn

the difference.The It would be well for some of the inflames the minds of laborers againstthe
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o Florida legislators to read a bit on manufacturers and thus works

New York World tells of an Constitutional law and they might great harm to the entire public. In- ------ ---- --- -- -- -
Indiana man who swatted a fly that then understand the folly of some of deed, just such speeches as Mr. Kir-

alighted on the back of a mule. The their efforts. by's, has much to do with the condi-

services were impressive and the flow- tions and is largely responsible for

ers beautiful. the inflamatory speeches and radical
THE INCOME TAX
. o actions of labor. SILK S STOCKINGSf

Over two hundred houses will be There has been much inveighing Both labor and capital have rights,
erected in Orlando this summer and and if one trespasses upon the other
against the income tax in this
fall. This does not include the hotel It is natural that there country.j, there is friction and violence.
and large rooming house and several Neither the speeches of these man-
just there is
as against tariff reduction. I
business structures. ufacturers or the labor leaders con-
These two measures touch the
o tribute of value to American
anything -
rch:
man's pocket book, and when I
When women are in a hurry theyare touch this you have touched him you in literature, nor do they give ad- For Day
in an awful hurry. Here is one ded strength to peace and happinessin
vital
a part. The rich men and their
who wants a divorce from an aviator. this country.RAILROADS .
holdings placd a heavy responsibilityupon I
Why doesn't she stick around a few and"Evening
this government, and an efficient -
months and be a real widow?
American government makes i CONTROL POLITICSIt
o American securities valuable. Like
Concerted action for the formationof
some plan by which war may be wise franchises and privileges are accorded is strange what a power rail- N'Oar
the rich that are of immense ,
made on excesive freight rates shouldbe roads exert over politics. Not so .3
value. There is no hope of the rich
entered upon by the farmers ofFlorida. I strange either, when the means they Wear
man paying
more than his share.
.-Miami Metropolis. Eng- employ is taken into account. They
land has had
the
income tax for twenty I
o first subsidize the press so far as pos-
two years and it brings in
incomeof
an
A Cornell professor advises stu- sible. They next buy a legislature,
$9,000,000,000 annually.
dents not to work their way through either before or after election. .

college, but to borrow the money POOR PASSENGER SERVICEThere These railroad people have a most
they need. He ignores the important I effective way of reaching a guiltless
point in failing to tell them whereto I f I public through the agency of their Personal Guarantee
is much complaint about
borrow. the|I subsidized press by preparing the soil
o lack of service on the Coast Line between -'I in a most scientific manner for the Accompanies Every Pair
Tampa and Jacksonville. \\ \\
The members of the Florida legis- At I I politician to plant the seeds that will
time it
no is said, are there sufficient .
lature who saw nothing in good roads |I bring forth tares sufficient to choke
day coaches
on the
legislation worthy their attention, will through trainst :the rights of the people. One of their
find their political vehicle going to accommodate the traveling public. latest stunts is with reference to the
Complaint comes from Marion B. Ices
people who left
pieces with the certainty of the one here I Panama Canal and our treaty rela-
Tuesday on the 1:30 train that a
horse shay. tions with Great Britain. All this
number of people had to stand all
up
talk about
"scared
a pious our treatyobligations"
the way to Sanford, and it is said
The spooning-in-the-park problemis that it is our duty to Englandand
a common
beginning to vex park officials in occurrence for our National honor, is inspiredby
various cities, showing that the young men the to be compelled to stand up or the railroads and is paid for at EXCLUSIVE MILLINERY PARLORSSecond
pay price of Pullman
a between
still have time to think of other things good prices.We .
these points. These
besides the tariff and the peculiaritiesof conditions shouldbe are told that it is dishonorable,

the weather.It corrected. I unfair, treacherous, etc., to permit Floorand

o American ships to use an American

is stated on good authority that Advertisements inserted in the Sen ,canal, unless we also let English shipsuse

the announcement that there mightbe tinel always secure the best, quickestand the canal without charge.

an extra session of the State Legis- most satisfactory results. And the so-called friends of national -

lature was only a joke. This is a joke honor-who are in realty gen they fight such use through the
the people will certainly appreciatemore A new bank has been organized at tlemen and newspapers subsidized or politicians and newspapers that they

than a reality. Lake Worth and it is understood that controlled by railroads-have actually own, for a simple reason.

-- the new institution will be in full operation managed to compel all but coastwise The railroads make money carrying AUTOMOBILEBULLETIN

The Tampa Tribune says that the in less than sixty days. A American ships to pay toll, like for- freight from the Atlantic to the Pa-

State Legislature will soon adjournand large number of Lake Worth citizensare eign vessels. cific. And the more they can chargethe

wonders what the epitaph will be. stockholders in the new financial The railroads want no free use of more they can make. Hitherto,

Epithet would be a better word brethren concern. the canal by American coastwise ships ships carrying freight from Bostonto

for what will be written on their -- San Francisco had to go all around

political tomb stones will not be com MMIIIIIIMMMMIMMimilimMMMIMIIMMMMWATCH South America. Therefore, the rail-
plimentary.A roads could charge for freight carried ""'-

o 3,000 miles across the continent as

doctor out in San Francisco is much as it would cost to send a ship
candid if nothing else. He gave a all around the continent. And, in ad- These are Bargains in ReBaitt Cars. Each one Is

reason for holding his bill back on dition, the railroad could add a chargefor guaranteed to be in first-class condition, is fully equip.

a patient, that he feared it would give quick freight as against necessa- ped and ready to run.
him a stroke of heart failure. The rily slow ocean freight.

patient did not pay tie bill for the Now ships will go from Boston and
same reason. Yew 5D1k tDthe g,.'t\8ttoastttco q'b

o the canal, and the cost of vratetj 1912 Studebaker 30" fourpassenger
Colorado FOR OUR will be small-unless the
man was elected Mayorof freight very
Carbondale because he "tended a railroads can manage to fasten a toll extra tire and rim. Hartford shock

woman's baby" while she went out on American freight using an American absorbers etc. $600.00
OPENING
and voted for him. He wa selectedby canal. This the railroads are ,

a majority of one. Now where trying to do, in the highsoundingname

is there a man who will say that women of national honor, treaty rights,
should not vote? ; DAY etc. 1 1912 Flanders Touring Car, complete,

o $500.00.
It is difficult to conceive of a legis- Dr. Bennett's office phone is No.227,

lature more generally criticised by Brick Building, Orlando Sanitarium.

legislature.the press than Yet there the present are many Florida good 5152W. 1 1911 E. M. F., Good Condition, New

men in that body honest
conscien-
; LOST-Nickel for auto Tires $400.00.San .
CARUTHERS cover sparker. ,
tious men. But their names are hard- & GORE Finder please return at Sentinel

ly ever in print. They are not there office with name and address. ----.

for notoriety. They are attending to 5-22 2t .
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business and to them the people owe I

whatever good comes out of this ses- FOUND-Pair of nickle-plated plyera Juan
sion. The cheap politician who is Owner call at Sentinel Office. Garage

grooming himself for office appearsin

print very often. Sometimes at r Shanibarger's for bicycles and
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Rosalind Club have arranged for a ing today in Orlando on business. ,
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WADE II bridge party this afternoon. The !I, Mr. Alva Kilgore and Walter Tucker I

THE TUNER games will begin promptly at 4 Mr. E. P. Thagard, of Tallahassee,! arrived home last night from Edge- The people of Orlando and the surrounding

ORLANDO. FLA. o'clock. I State Bank Examiner, is in Orlando I: field, South Carolina, where they have country are invited to attend i

J today. [ been in attednance at the Co-Educa- the exercises connected with the

Mrs. Mary J. Smith, of Lansing, j tional Institute. Both boys are look- Twenty-eighth Annual Commence- AUTOMOBILES FOR RENTE.

:I' Mich., who owns a fine lot in this Mr. Guy S. Davis, representing the .ing well and are feeling good over ment of Rollins College, May 23-29. L. Murray
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Willis and family 'I
I i city, has let a contract for a new Miller-Jackson Grain Company, Tam- the year's work. The Commencement Recital of the Office Phone 409-Residence Phone 541
have to Palmetto, Fla. j
gone iI I I house to be in readiness for her re- pa, is in Orlando today. I I Alva is proudly wearing the jewel School of Music will be held on Sat-

I. turn this fall. I earned in the contest and it is a badgeof urday evening; the Baccalaureate I
James Johnson, of Syracuse, N. Y., T. J. Shepard has not got a barrelof
I who has honor and efficiency that anybodymay I Service on Sunday morning; the Ves-
Will C. beenin
is in the city for a few weeks' stay. Mr. Hawley, money, but has got a barrel of
Mr. C. T. Hungerford is driving a Orlando for some weeks, left yes- be proud of. per Service on Sunday afternoon; the honey. This honey is from the Apa-

Mr. F. Sweet, who has been spend- new hack that is one of the most complete terday for Lake Butler. I I The parents of the boys were glad Recital of the School of Expressionon lachicola River Valley and very fine.
tournouts that has been to see them and doubt the boys the Graduating
no Monday evening
: even ;
ing some time in Orlando, left Tues- i I. 1 qt, 35c, 3 qts. $1.00. 4 qts $1.25.
in Orlando. Mr. Hungerford loves will enjoy ma's cupboard. Exercises of the Senior Academy
day for his home in Utica, N. Y. Mr. S. W. Johnston, of the E. 0. 5-20-31
'! fine horses and carriages.Miss Class on Tuesday evening; the Faculty -,
Painter DeLand
Printing Company, ,
SCIENTIFIC PLANT AND BUG Commencement Concert and thePresident's
Mr. George Potts, who has been spent last night in Orlando on business I I WHERE THE CHILDREN COME IN
Agnes Person, of Orlando arrived STUDY Reception on Friday ev-
aguest in the city for several months, I I
in the city today from Gaines- ening, and the Graduatig exerciseson
left yesterday for Asbury Park, N? Y. .i Yothers There seems to be as much style in
Prof. W. W. U. S. Govern-
ville, where she has been visiting ] Thursday morning at ten o'clock.W. .
Mr. Y. II. Beasley, traveling passenger ment of this city has received children's clothes now as there is in
friends and is the guest of her cousin, expert F. BLACKMAN, Pres.
Dr. Bennett's office phone is No.227, Mrs. D. E. l\lcIver-Ocala Banner.Mr. agent of the Atlantic Coast | a Zeiss Binocular, one of the most grown-ups. And the children knowit

Brick Building, Orlando Sanitarium. Line Railroad, with headquarters in 'powerful magnifying glasses used in too.

5152w. II. T. Butler and family, whomare Tampa, is spending today in Orlando. studying insect life and the operationof MR. ALEXANDER IN TOWN j I The other day a little girl came

II. C. Smith, of Orlando, a well insects plant life. home from school and astonished her
now regular residents of Orlando, on lion. James Alexander of DeLand
,
known citizen of the Orange county !' mother
Professor Yothers is proud of by saying:
: left yesterday for the old home in very one of the foremost citizens of Florida -
city yesterday, registered at the Hills- "I don't want to wear this dress
Spartanburg, South Carolina, where Mrs. Dr. S. Miles Robinson has returned the instrument as it is a great aid to
in Orlando last between
evening
| was -
boro.-Tampa Tribune.Mr. for the him in his scientific research. The I any more. I want a Russian blose
to
: they will remain until October first. Maryland summer, I trains. Mr. Alexander is a "
i where she has large interests. She work that he is doing will be of great I admirer of Orlando and that hike all the other girls have.
Samuel Gunder and wife of I will return to Orlando in the fall. The value to Florida agriculture and hor great Now the mother knew that there
: ;
Mr. J. M. Dickerson ,an employeeof admiration is reciprocated for he hasa I
Chattanooga, Tennessee, are looking I were such things as "Russian blouse
doctor who has built nice ticulture.
the Orange County Abstract Company up a practicewill host of: admirers in this city. Mr.
Orange county over with a view to ( !dresses," but that children were wearing -
: remain here and win live at the
returned from his home in is
Alexander and does
a busy man
buying all orange grove. St. Charles. 'SENATE PASSES ORLANDO CITY them had escaped her notice. Be-
; Gainesville yesterday, where for sev- not find time to visit with his Orlando I
ing a wise woman she hastily sought
1 CHARTER
eral weeks he has been wrestling with I I friends much would
they
as as enjoy.
)Ir. and Mrs. Henry Wardley, who counsel with the advertisements of
t
an attack of fever.J. Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Beeman and )
have been spending the past six ; Mr. C. A. Boone received a telegram | I The Sentinel and there she discoveredjust
son, Edwin, who have been taking.a
months in Orlando, left yesterday for I ;I from Tallahassee stating HENRY M. FLAGLER'S MONU what "all the girls were wearing"and
i
E. Tracy, of Taft, was in Orlando several days' outing at Daytona, re-!:last night
Massachusetts for the summer. < t Orlando Charterhad I where she could buy most advan-
yesterday on business. Mr. Tracyis turned by auto last night and report! that the new City MENTi i
t proprietor of the Taft Novelty I a delightful trip. The Beemans know j passed the Senate and it now only tageously for her little daughter.
Mrs. T. P. Warlow and Mrs. A. B.I I remains for the Governor's signatureto I Men differ in their ideas of build-I Many a mother has found that in
works, which is doing an extensive how to get the most out of an auto )
Whitman motored to Lessburg it law. ing monuments to their memory. Some order to know what to get for her
make
over '' be attached to a .
i business in portable houses and fam-'trip, especially when Edwin is at the j ji m'ust
yesterday to attend a board meeting! ily merry-go-rounds. |i helm. 1 1I I build libraries, some memorial churches -!! children she keep herself informed -

of the Federation of Women's Clubs. !! PARTY MAKING GOOD ,. others pile up marble in the form i of changes of style through
i i iI i TOURING
I of a shaft. Henry M. Flagler, in his I; reading the advertisements of the
i
I Having looked the situation over
The Baraca Class of the Methodist
: !I life time, built a railroad and a -'shops in a reliable paper. They tell
Messrs. Caruthers & Gore are now': I John Boone wired his father system
| several days since, Mr. C. D. Cowart, School Mr. I
Sunday sent a letter of condolence -
I her what the other children
of hotels in Florida that will be not only
back of the counter handling grocer-j i lof t Crescent City, has returned to Or- to their teacher, Mrs. J. T. Ful last night that the auto party had
have but where each article be
ies. They have a nice clean stock of '':,lando for the purpose of opening up a ler, who is in the hospital. These stayed al night in Ocala Wednesday lasting monuments to his memory. may

bran new goods. Go in and see them. i meat I market in one of the rooms of I young men who have sat under the night ,and Lake City last night ac. Florida particular as a whole has ,been and the greatly east bene-coastin bought.

i! the Graham block on Boone street. teachings of Mrs. Fuller each Sabbath cording to schedule. No mishaps of
fitted the interest Mr. has
by Flagler HOUSE AND LOT-A Size
Mr. Simeon Girden, of Arizona, is i I hold her in high esteem and this act any kind, everybody feeling good and bargain.
I taken in the development of the, lot 80 x 150 near lake on Hand
looking over Florida with a view to!i Dr. J. F. McKinnon has accepted an|lof sympathy on their part will find enjoying the trip. I State. street. Seven room house finished in

buying an orange grove. He is very invitation to preach in the Presby-;'an appreciative response in the heart Curly Pine. Fruit trees and shrub-

favorably impressed with Orange,terian Church at Tallahassee next Mrs. Fuller. FOR RENT bery. $1,500 if sold within ten days.
Good reason for selling. Box 659.
rf NOTICE MEMBERS
county. I Sunday. Our statesmen will have an 5-22 3t

opportunity of hearing a scholarly 1 I Jr. 0. U. A. M. of Orlando Council Nice large rooms, furnished. Con-

Clarke Robertson's cut flowers will i sermon next Sunday, by a most excellent -I No. 25 invite your presence at their venient for business people, also.light Society for Prevention of Cruelty to COOLING SUGGESTIONSDr.

be on sale at Ned Butts' Candy Kitchen. -! Christian gentleman and we I open meeting to be held in the Lucerne house keeping. Delightful location Animals
5-215t'''hope they may avail themselves of Opera House Sunday May 25th with or without board. Terms very The annual meeting of the Society Peak's Palmetto and Huykr'i
!'the for Prevention of Cruelty to Animalsis Chocolate Ice Cream Soda
opportunity. reasonable. Address, "C" car Sentinel
3
m. Rev. P. Body of the Emmanuel
p. -
I I 5-22 tf over due. Members will kindly meetin The popular drinks, served to you
office.
Dr. Bennett's office phone is No.227, i Baptist Church will deliver the
the rooms of the president Friday at MeElroy's Pharmacy.
Brick Building, Orlando Sanitarium. MONEY TO LOAN-Apply at the I afternoon address. Come and bring
5152w. I Sentinel office. 5-13 tf:your friends. 18-6t Subscribe for the Sentinel night, 7:30, for the purpose of electing Everybody is drinking them but
new officers. Come prepared to I you-drop in and try a glass, theyare

-- elect a new president. cooling, satisfying and benefid&L

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Cunning Trap That Made the Savage but its light; did not reach the
Brute Helpless. earth until it was seen by the observer I THE MARKETOf

Traps for wild .animal are not necessarily In 1577 -New York American.

of st-vi The author of "The

Journal <.? a Sjiortins Nomad" describes Why Wife Waited.A .
i hyen:! trap that Is simple and certain married man who boaststo Cleanliness Of QualityFRESH
effective: the bays that his wife never sits

"Close to ;t.f station at this place 1 up for him slipped\ out for a cigar! the

found a IHJ\H form of hyena trap-a other evening after supper and failed AND SALT MEATS
round |>ivie of dried 01 bide as hard as to notice that his wife bad her party I

a board, three feet or so in diameter, in gown on. When he softly tiptoed :
FISH AND GAME
which a ver.small. hole, no larger than Into the house at 2 a. m. he was T%M% 'JK"/ "T' "/ I

an apple, had been cut. Radiating from slightly surprised to see a dewy eyed .
: under the best
Kept sanitary conditions.Everything .
down the turn her
this hole were out a series of VshapeJpieces. lady trip stairway
The trap was set as follows: A back to him and tearfully say: A Vacation Hint I
hole was dug in the ground about one "There are two hooks I just couldn't IIi I : screened away from the flies, and kept fresh

foot deep and six inches in diameter '.reach; won't you unfasten them so 1 I I [II Before you buy a railroad ticket'' : and pure.

Into this hole a piece of meat was can go to bed?" ,, for this or that summer resort, I

placed. Then the ox hide plate was laid Fortunately he could. and did.-Chi come in and look at our MidSummer I, We invite inspection and guarantee satisfaction. We have

over the place containing the meat, the I cago RecordHerald.Counterthrust Woolen line and let us make ; ,

two holes being one over the other. I a cool Summer Outing Suit for Ii :. everything in the Meat Line.
The ox hide was then pegged down
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with wooden pegs in three or four I "A very good retort!" said a senator you.We
In an argument "A very good retort make a specialty of Nor-
places.
I The
"The hyena, on finding the bait forced indeed' It reminds me of Weeks. folks and will be pleased to PARLOR MARKET

his head through the small hole in "Weeks and his wife were quarrel- show you a few of our latest
.
obtain it. the cuts in the Ing. I models.Men's .
the ox hide to ..
hide giving way sufficiently for that 'The night you proposed.' said Mrs. I i II t E M. Self & Co.
Weeks with a bard scornful laugh.
purpose. The beast seized the meat, but T Fashion
on trying to withdraw his head had to 'you acted like a fisb out of water.' Shop

use considerable force, which naturally "Weeks sighed. ? Hand Building I J8-20 PINE STREET
44 @I
'But landed fish he
drew the pegs that held the or hide to a very cleverly
the ground, the result being that the said. In a musing voice."-Washington Cor. Church and Orange Orlando ,

poor brute had a collar securely fas- Star ., x Phone No. 80 t
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tened around his neck which he was PIT IIO t

quite unable to get rid of. The Explanation.
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on so ranch faster In the world than
had he been able to go any distance encumbered --
by such an obstacle would OthersV It must he pure lurk." BUSINESS BOOSTERS .. MIMMMIIMMMtM tll'IIIIIIIIIIIII'IIIII'IIIIIIII"lllllllllllllttt
"No rather think It is because CLASSIFIED ,
have been brought up short! In the first Business Boosters (classified advertisements : I'
patch of bush or grass he encountered while some are always ready to accept ) received after 10 o'clock ,, .

He was now at the mercy of the indi- jobs'-Eirh.nnge.positions! others go out and look up i midnight, will be run in the "Too Late In New QuartersWe

Yldoil who had set the trap, and could 'to Classify" column. : :
be put out of the way quite easily. -- Boosters of five lines, or less-approximately THE ONE CIGAR THAT :
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Homer Indeed. 30 words-one time, 25 .. .
cents three times 50 cwits one week
'You talk as if your friend was a ; ;
ENDED THE COMEDY. greater poet than Homer." (six daily and one weekly editions) EVERYBODY LIKES

That Clo..dWith "Homer! Well say. If Percy had 11.00; one month, $3.00. : are now located in the new Hyer
Dialogue ,
A Telegraphic
tackled that Homer stuff he'd have
the "Wiree" Down. FOR HIRE-Nice seven passenger c t
seated made It rimer-Cleveland! Plain Dealer touring car. Large and roomy. : & Davis building on Church street
Two telegraph operators were
4-20 tf J. B. MAGRUDER.
ta a downtown cafe recently when in History of the Horse. fAWLEY'SSTRAIGBTS : We better ;
fill
are prepared to all your
ttletlc young man and an exceedingly The horse has been employed in the BUY a lot in Thornton Park, a. nice :
pretty girl entered. They wu plwd aerrlce of mankind both to peace and suburb in east part of the city. Cart 4 4
I at a table opposite the Mkeyn wen, war, since\ earliest times. Indeed his Jensen. I wants in theHARDWARE \

who were sitting aide by side In a origin Is traditional antedating history 1 1
position facing the girl As is the many years. They were kept In OAK HILL is the beautiful subdivision 1I I ,

custom of the craft when wishing to Syria for in Genesis it speaks of Joseph I[ still to have the Northeast some choice of the lots city there.and : Get the best cigar at five : I LIN h

discuss some one la a public place giving his brethren bread in ex Carl Jensen. cents, the next time you : I

they telegraphed to each other using change for horses They were also want to smoke-judge for ,

their knives on the plate. very plentiful In ancient Egypt as FOR RENT-Five room cottage with yourself. I
"PeA"b rino. Isn't she?' one tickedto there were "horsemen" and "chariots"In all modern conveniences. Garagefor THE !

the other. Pbaroah's army when he chased the auto, or horse and buggy. Apply I
"A tree full," came back the tapping children of Israel Into the Red sea. 515 East street. 5-15 tf

reply. "Wonder who the sack Is with In Kings we read of ."Solomon who HELMS HARDWARECOMPANY

her?" bad 40,000 stalls of horses" so Pales GROVES TAKEN CARE OF Made in Orlando and sold t

-Search me-looks like a boob tied I tine was well supplied. As to color. I by all dealers.

np with a wren like her." I horses were of various colors In ancient Plowing, mowing, team work, heavy I I '

"Bet they aren't married. If they I times the same as now. for in hauling, etc. Having been engaged :
are. all she needs to do to get a divorceis Zechariah 1.8. and vi, 2. we find "white all my life in caring for groves I am I iHIIIMMMMIillMMIIIWELCOME illllMllimiMIIIMMiitiHHIMIIIMIilllllMMMM
to exhibit that map of his in court\\ horses black hoses red horses bay prepared to please you. Satisfactionin
While the two men were horses and speckled horses" are men every line of work. L. M. HALL, itHHMIIilMM
a laugh over their silent joking they tioned. In James 111 3. Is this: "Be- 608 Division street Orlando, Fla. '

were surprised and somewhat alarmedto I hold we put bits in the horses' mouths 5-141 mo. 1
bear some more "table knife teleg: I TO
that they may obey as. The native
raphy. -peacberino"' was doing! )Ift habitation of the horse Is supposedto I FOR RENT-A seven-room house, :I Keep Cool

and she did not look at all pleased have been Tartary. and from whose Modern improvements. Fine loca i ROYAL PALM
tion. Rents reasonable. Apply
either. very
herds have spread the horses of the
i "You two had better look out while world.Gleaner.Mr. 214 East Church St., Orlando Fla.

you are all together" carelessly ticked 5.183tFOR BARBER SHOP ,
her knife blade while she listened to
.
something her companion was saying. Shaw and a Poet. SALE-Large Lot near Metho- Fireless
Cooker
Mr Bernard Shaw was to speak at Withor Modern and
Whole Complete.Everything
This sack and boob, as you called dist Church. or part. ?
the dinner of the Society of Authors without dwelling Address or wire.E. .
him with the divorce la my hus
map. and a place bad been set apart for him N. Coy, Irondequoit, N. Y. 5-10-tf new, individual
band-sate mover by trade. He eats .
next to Mrs Tweedle. But Shaw being electric attachments at every AND ,
fresh little
boys. I a vegetarian did not put In an appearance FOR SALE-Full blooded Jersey cow chair. No atone has been left
Something happened to the "wires"about until the meat course was fresh. Apply G. W. Rinet residence
unturned make this
to shop
that time, and all communication I
Lakeville Clarcona. Phone No.
over. Meanwhile his place was taken near
th of the
ceased.-Eansas City Journal. meet erequirements ELECTRIC FANS
by another author A pushing lady who 20-22, Apopka, Fla.
d & w 5.14 3t most particular. Plenty of
sat opposite poured out praise upon
Star Distance. i Courteous attendants.
this gentleman all through the meal room. 1
Miles aw useless in measuring astronomical -i I FOR SALE-Twelve acres south of
I telling him bow greatly she admired!
ELIJAH WHITEHEAD TO KEEP COOL WITH
distances. They have tot 1 Lake Apopka under subirrigation
his writings she for
Finally begged
use the rate of Jjgbt-lS ,OOO miles a j I system. One of the finest pieces in Proprietor t tl
bis autograph and asked him to write
second-In covering the mighty spaces Florida. Was in lettuce and cucum- Are Orlando Fla.EVERYTHING .
Orange ,
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with which they are forced to deal. under his name. "Man and Super I bers,now has fine stand of corn. $500
Even then we cannot half understand man." "Don't you love it the bestr I per acre. In perfect condition. Write [ELECTRIC l[ IRONS AND TOASTERS[
she asked. "Never read It In life"
let us say the immense! distance of my owner, G. M. Hord, Oakland, Fla.
"What! You do not to that
mean say 12-lw.
Gamma, in the ('onstt"lIation1l1o.
Many many years must light travel you are not Bernard Shaw?" "No." FOR COMFORT ,
was the disconsolate admission. "I'm LOST-On the principal streets of -
In order to reach our little world from NT.
only Lewis Morris, the poet" The lady .Orlando a short black silk coat. '
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these two suns. They might; even have --- _
Department
Finder return to h
McCullough's -
was disposed to be
generously f6rglv
been ago and extinguished yet we hundreds should still of years"st t>" ,; tog. "Never mind." she said; "you bad Store and receive reward.
193t.
them ,so vast are their distance. In |:1 i, better sign your autograph all thesame.From -IN- ThePIERCEELECTRCCO11inL[ [ [L[ T L
Mrs; Alec Tweedle's
.' the year lei a new star suddenly WANTED-At once. A slightly used
:1 "Book of npmlnl rPnrPR." one horse wagon. Must be in good ,

shape. J. W. Gaines, Orlando, Care

Sentinel 16-3t FEEDFOR HAND BUILDINGilMMMItHlililllMMIIIIMMMMM \

IT PAYS TO BUY OUR KINDWE Shanibarger's for bicycles and
Sundries. tf tmiim
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HAVE THE BEST STOCKOF LOST-Pair chain attached.of nose Finder glasses with r I
gold please LIVE STOCKLAVBACH LIGHT THE
leave at this office and receive reward. ;
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FOR SALE-Scotch Collie, male, fine I PATH TO PROSPERITY I

SpringClothing pedigreed stock. One year old.'For I
further particulars, address, Mrs. T. )
P. Robinson, 404 Boone street, Or- I The Grain Man.
lando. d 3t w It I Merchants who use.:Electric Signs never lose ,
Church Street Phone 18 Ji I
"Make good" with good printing; their way by'choosing the wrong road to suc-

it Sentinel Facilities iI cess. You simply cannot fail
you can get at the I to attract new i

for the desired article unequaledin customers if Electric
It
I Shanibarger's for bicycles and you use an Sign. acts
this section. Phone 24.
I
I Sundries. tf like an irresistible magnet, drawing all the ,

Ever shown. This stock includes YOU ARE THE MAX WE ARE I 0I trade within its reach: That is the reason

REGAL SHOES $3.50, $1.00, AFTERIt I
MltltMIMIMIMIIIIMHAutos they command the attention of buyers. f
$4.50. is your business that we want.

Ours is the service that you need in f
It will be a pleasure to show business.
your For Every Store OwnerNo
the difference between For Rent at
you our Now is the time to make your plansso

goods and others you may see. as to share in Orlando's prosperitygood
matter how small his business, the Electric
printing brings good business.We Any Hour
We are behind every piece of '
is the and
are only an arm's length from Sign cheapest most effective
merchandise we sell and same
advertising.Phone .
must give you satisfaction.See youReach for the Telephone.
Seven Passenger
for our Sign Designer to call and sub
our stock of STRAW The Sentinel, 107 Court Street,
Phone 24.Paul. STEVENS DURYEA mit a sketch.
HATS, SHIRTS, UNDERWEARETC.
., No Trouble to Us--.No Expense to You. i

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Brown & Lartigue CONTRACTOR and BUILDER 34 WAT[ n lI T CO.


REPAIRING A SPECIALTY.P. .

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Wrinkle.'I''I Capital and Surplus and Undivided Profits $120,000.09. I I -- ,.

Total Resources over Three-quarters of a Million.
ALL THIS WEEK

Statement of the Orlando Bank and

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I' I '. Mr Clark Mounts presents
April 16th, mj-The Ser- I I,

)% 1 .t ?. ". '- each Anniversary of
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I 'a 4 Loam and Ditcounti.....$388,197JS i. :.:.';:"

I 1 t' } 4 Overdrafts .............. 92182 I Famous Exponent and Purveyor ,

I i Real Estate, Furniture of East India Mystic Novelties,

I I f and Fixtures .......... 15,853.44 in his
44 Exciting, Thrilling and
I It r fi I Stocks and Bonds ........ ,OltUS I'
2%? ?" Cash on hand and In Banks 86,267.61 Entrancing Program of

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I r"tI ; Total..............789260.08 ESOTERIC NOVELTIES '"

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434 LIABILITIES Including Rostand's Most Fascinating ,
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V Capital Stock ...........100000.00 I OfferCLAIRVOYANT A..
I I -" Surplus and Undlrided :

Profit ................ 24441 VISIONS ',: ,

Deposits ................ 665.115.81 Most mysterious act ever pre-


+42 I +' c 4 t I Total ................$789160.08 sented and never attempted by y ;.

any other living person. This v Y" ; tA'
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I I Deposit April 4, 1111....fSnI1I.8I I # $ "
eminent place among the world'sgreatest :i Y
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COSTUME IN PRINTED FABRIC. I United SUto Goren est, State and Coutj Dew IneretM in 11 days ......$.72489.88 I mystifiers. ::. *;,a. ::):r
Along the French Riviera this spring I
printed cottons have been the rage. .
This suit Is in tones of green and -- 0 0 ii .

white, the belt being of green leather I
Don't Fail to
and the hat green straw with gerani see
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A parasol of green and flame silk In
pompadour design completes a strikingbut CLARK MOUNTSTHAT

modish costume. M. SLEMONS I


THE PERSONAL GIFT. SINGING COMEDIAN

":-;..>... AND ENTERTAINER
Three Women Who Make a Specialtyof .*.; .
w "h.4 ," ;;> .
Birthday Offerings.It Do Men's at $3.50 $4.00 $5.00. Mr. Mounts' Repertoire includes
would seem as if anything so entirely you want to buy Shoes-King Quality or

personal as a gift must adhere Crosset Shoes at -4.00.Vomen's Tan Shoes at $3.50; Tan Pumps. $3.50, GunMetal I "YE OLDE T'i )IE" BALLADS

to without the poetic the giver formula Is bare that" and the at"gift first or Patent Leather Shoes or Pumps at $3.50Ve have new styles and ,: y''t of merit and are rendered with

blush it might been as if u gift spe- best quality. : : s4I rare melodic beauty, which can
cialist would find few customers. But :
that: Is far from being the case. A I : not fail to please.Remember .

group of three women calling;: them Do You Want Suit Pants :
Boys' Boys'
selves by this odd title has won a considerable a or j rte" '' this is Lie Big

reputation and a wide field I : I event of the Season. Clean Comedy
of work. They are gentlewomen who : We have a new stock to select from The Men's Suits that we sell made by '
began this new enterprise after being : and Charming Music Excellently
asked to provide a little boy with a : Schloss Bros. are well known all over the country. They are worn by Lawyers, Interpreted.

birthday box of surprises. The box : Doctors, Bankers, Merchants, Farmers, Skilled \Vorkmen and men who appreciate I ...
was very successful, each Inclosed _... ___
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"9"
: and correct in the clothes We recommend them.
package carrying some message Inverse merit style they wear. .
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gift specialists. written by the youngest of the : The brand is a guarantee of quality. It is a pleasure to show these clothes, and USUAL FINE PROGRAM OF

After the surprise box and in consequence : we invite every man who reads this paper to visit our store and look at them. tl tl,4 i z MOTION PICTURES WILL
of it they received an order I ,
from to convales I "' PRESENTED
some one get up a
cent's box made on the same pattern. : Just Received Mens' Mohair Suits I '

only for an adult this time and thena i ..
steamer box By this time the re
quests had become frequent and, beIng -
of those who keep their eyes open Admission 5 and lOc

for improvements the three women W. M. SLEMONSIIIII'IIIIIII'IIIIIIIIIIIIIII
began to Invent all sorts of surprisesand HOOK TICKETS NOT GOOD FOR THIS ATTRACTION
comforts for the amusement' of
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comfort of travelers
have reduced the :. -- -
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er's box to a science and have made ito miMtlltMMMHIMIMHMt Mliililllll MHMMIIMIIIMMMMMMII Save Half:

ingenious affair forestalling every :

of want the and shops necessity.to find They the latest keep patent watch :. IF YOU WANT THE LATESTIN IiiiiT4MiJiGet

In the way of the smallest folding
coat hanger, the most convenient form :

of smelling salts, the daintiest paper : IN
Better Walls and
towels, the most compact first aid to I
the Injured packets. It Is their business I
to be abreast of every Invention. : LINE OF UP TO DATE DRY GOODS, CLOTHING, Ceilings With Bishopric ;

It may easily be seen that this Is a I HATS AND SHOES, ALSO LADIES READY TO WEAR
form of specialization for which there : Wall Board

Is a demand for how often has one I' DRESSES OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS COMB TO B. SALO :
wished she had only "known in time"of Easy to Apply
making MON. SATISFACTION GUARANTEED OR MONEY : On Any Building Job
some new contrivance for ; .
Mastic and surfaced with heavy fibre-
the Journey of a friend leas uncom Make your building money go f artb e r, board. Makes an enduring surface that'save t
tenable? REFUNDED. time and get better results by us.Caya tmooth. Will not warp, shrink
ing Bishopric Wall Board for walls andceilings. buckle or pull loose in any cumatel.wmo..
Costs 50 per cent less than ter or summer. Is .
proof sound-proof and flre-resistinf.
When Baby COM Trawling plaster to apply-looks better and lasts
Sheets 4 ft. x 4 ft. come ready to ap
When the baby goes traveling-amBO as long as the building. ply. Anyone who caD drive nails can tppif
consideration of distance climate B. Salomon OrlandoMMMtMliMilllilMHIIIIIIItMlltillllliMil j No More Cracked Wallst.! Prices low.

deters the up to date American Infant unPraised
"Bishopric" walls and ceilings are Everywhere.
from accompanying its wandering pacts affected by the jars and moisture which
;-It.should have.a combination bas 111111111111111111.1 crack a smooth plaster.hard surface This Wall that Board gives lasting makes by Users -,. ,
of the latest pattern. This so called : otto/action. Is displacing lathandr.atle IIo6rtll Boola|)(f._Oo.I .
plaster everywhere for cottages bungalows *.r 8m'-Inclo! 4 ple M find realtUae fM
beg is a reinforced braid edged stripof NOTICE OF ELECTION TO CRE- ida, at its regular meeting, May 6, S% (Aproximately) the S% of Ntt fine homes, public buildings, garages Vat*q.aS feet of Bitaopno Wall Bard 8Mpa|
rubber lined moire of one-half by ATE CONWAY SPECIAL TAX 1913. Section 35 T.21 S. R. 29 East Anda out.-butldings and every kind of The otber.got from you ire kw om two KKMLaait
tee-quarter yard dimensions, hand J. F. McKINNON, tract 218.46 feet wide, N structure. --.It.Innka-flnA- rwx$,TFNSTBITC
painted on the outer tide and on the SCHOOL DISTRICT Secretary.. and S by 662 feet long E and W in Saves a Month's Time t.( M cot'Pa
Inner side having compartments for sw4 of nw% Sec. 36 adjoining said Comes in sheets 4 feet square read i'
wash doth absorbent cotton town of Eatonville.By for use. Goes on dry. Just nail It to Investigate This Today!
sponge In compliance with the law regulating order of the Board of Public tare studding and walls and ceilings are
gauss, talcum powder, ear sponge the creation of Special Tax School NOTICE OF ELECTION TO CREATE ready for decorators the same day. Yon can see this.
SPECIAL Instruction of Orange County, Florida Edges meet needed. wonderful non
evenly-no panelling
brush, comb and vaseline The I MAITLAND .
cap.
Districts and in response to a peti- warping, fire reslitinz -
DISTRICT at its regular meeting May 6th, 1913. >'o skill needed to apply It. Saves a
cap. vaseline and talcum powder are tion signed by J. B. Redditt, J. W. I TAX SCHOOL J. F. McKINNON, month's time in building win board at .
the of of the
IB ivory finished pyroxylin cases. The Hart, J. E. Redditt, }!. N. Simmons, J. Secretary. $5,000 Anti-Warp Bond dealers store named any below.
ear sponge brush and comb are of A. Barber,J. M. Partin and others, be Examine n carefully and SMft
In compliance with the law regu- Bishopric Wall Board lb the only Wall learn bow you can make l..1Id.ar.
fourth of the
Ivory finished pyroxylin and in addi- ing one or more qualified the creation of Special Tax Board stiffened with lath. Kiln-dried bufldin money gro farther by Isaj J
tion to these toilet conveniences a sack voters who reside and pay taxes on i I hating School Districts and in response to a SPECIAL TAX SCHOOL DISTRICT lath are Imbedded la toughened nstag"Bisbopric"torwsutaadce>Jieg a, -
real personal within the
fined with waterproof material runs property or Smith Granniss, B. ELECTION
territory herein below described, an., petition signed by FOR SALE BY
tie entire length of the case, which A. Galloway, L. L. Stone, C. H. Gal- -.J..
election is hereby called to be heldat
when closed, has two Inside flaps over the Conway Public School building r loway, S. B. Hill, E. M. Burkett and I Ic compliance with the law regulating -
Biennial Elections in Tax
the fittings. and buttons which I others, being one fourth or more of Special
snap
Florida .I
Orange county, on Saturday
; hool.Districts election is
an hereby
who reside and:
bold the front and back.in position.To :June 14, 1913, to determine if the territory the qualified voters
I real or called to be held in each of the SpecialTax Orlando Novelty Works
[ taxes on property personal
pay
bounded or herein below de- within the territory herein below School Districts herein named be- .
,
scribed shall be created a Special Tax
Clean Carpets. described an election is hereby calledin low situated in Orange County Flor-
All carpets or rugs should be well District, to fix the number of millsto the town of Maitland, Orange Coun- ida, at the usual place for voting in 4
be assessed and collected for Public
beaten and rubbed with a broom before ty, Florida, on Saturday, June 14th, each of said Districts on Saturday,

being cleaned. To beat properly territory School and purposes to elect on three said described trusteesto 1913, to determine below if the descried territory June ber of 14th mills, 1913 to, to be determine assessed the and num-collected The Mastic Wall Board and Roofing Mfe Co., Cincinnati ChS0_
hang them on a stout line wrong side for the term of two in bounded as herein (v,
serve
years the within each of
out. The sticks used should be pUs said District, described as follows. shall be created a Special Tax School on property
said Districts for Public School r
ble. with cloth in the form of a knob.at Begin nw cor sec 7 Tp 23 r 30, District, to fix the number of millsto pur-
be assessed and collected for Pub- poses and to choose three trustees to
the end to prevent tearing the carpet run e to ne cor sec 10 Tp 23 r 30, runntonweorsec2Tp23r30runeto lic School purposes on said described serve for the term of two years in WALL BOARD
After well beating the wrong and to elect three trustees each of said Districts viz.. Fairview,
aide turn and beat the other in the I ne cor sec 1 Tp 23 r 30, run s to se .territory to serve for the term of two years in Winter Park, Ocoee,.Geneva, Union,
same way. After the floor has been cor sec 36 Tp 23 r 30, run w to sw described follows Pine Castle, Chuluota and Tangerine. -
said District as :
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32 Tp 23 r 30, run n to
sec nw
washed and cor -- --- -- -- -- -
become the carpet can ,
dry 25 26 35 36 21
24 ,
; Sections, 23, Tp ,
sec 29 Tp 23 r 30 run w% mile
be relaid and then cleaned with a cor 7:: Range 29, Sections 19, 20, 21, 22, 27, gerine.
damp flannel cloth wrung out of warm run n 2 miles, run w to sw cor sec 28 29, 30, 31, 32, 33, 34, less swtf of By order of the Board of Public In-
soapsuds or water containing ammonia Tp 23 r 30 run n to beginning.By /Sec.!i 21 30 and less struction of Orange Couny, at regular l
32, Tp. Range &&WTHE
order of the Board of Public SENTINELFOR F lH k
or borax. Instruction of Orange County, Flor\ Town of Eatonville and the SH of meeing, May J. F.6, 1913.McKINNON, iREDiHE I



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ilillllllliillililHMMMitmil ***** I Mr. E. B. Bradley chairman of the fit.mmiiiiitiimiiiitiiiiniititimniiiimiitiiiHinmimwinm
sanitary committee of the municipal
league who has been very energetic in
Louis C. Massey President. his efforts to bring about better conditions -
in Lake Cherokee, hands us the
T. Pktoa Wulow, VkeJ>m. Wttam Heave, Cufckr
Howard C. BAbcock. Aut CuUer Samuel A.Newell Au't C+abler following letters:
Orlando, Fla., May 17, 1913
Mr. E. B. Bradley, Chairman of Civic

THESTATE Dear Committee Sir: Municipal League. What is theCHRISTMAS

I am in receipt of yours of this date
and hasten to assure you that if you
can get the other owners of the Laketo
i BANK deed their portion I will be only SAVING
too glad to deed my part to the city,
in fact will do any thing possible to
help get rid of what I am sure is a
CLUB ?
, of Orlando menace to the health of our commun-
ity. I do not for a moment consider
that the city could force the ownersof
the lake to clean up the mess they
THE OLDEST BANK IN THEJCITY have made by spraying the hyacinths.This Merely a number of people who arrange to systematicallysave
is to the council. I be
up may
certain odd pennies each week with the
positive assurance -
-AND- wrong, but it looks as if they oughtto
finish their job, and the sooner that they will[ receive a check two weeks before
they do it the better. No one can be
The Bank which transacts more business than more interested than I in securing Christmas for every penny they have saved.

any Bank between Jacksonville and Tampa conditions changed for the better, we
are too close to the mess not to see
the danger.
The large patronage of this Bank has been built up Yours very truly,

during twenty years by conducting its business on sound H. A. Vivian. You can save any amount from 2 cents week up.

banking principles with careful attention to the legitimate
Orlando, May 20, 1913.
The 2 the first
wants of customers. The confidence of the publicis Mr. E. B. Brady, Orlando, Fla. cents

reuected in the large amount of deposits. Dear Sir: week "club" nets $11 G
In reply to your letter of the 16th you
Average deposits First Quarter of 1913, $900,000. inst. would say that I will have to look
into the matter thoroughly before I
could consider making a deed to the
FOUR PER CENT PAID ON SAVINGS ACCOUNTSOur city, of my land in Lake Minnie. The<
city is responsible for the present con- tIT, IS WORTH WHILE !
dition of the Lake and I believe the<
I law will campel them to do what i is
correspondent banks are located in every part of possible to remedy same. I will be in
I Call alike Christmas Savings Club Window and let us explain it more fully,
the world and include some of the largest Banks in the I Orlando in a few days when I will
take the matter up, or better still join some club now.
United States. Yours vrey truly,
H. Bourne.
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----- Mr. Vivian takes the correct view
CLASSIC AND CHURCH MUSIC AT NEWS FROM ALL PARTS OF I of the situation and the good peopleof The Peoples National Bank
NORTH HIGHLANDThe FLORIDA Orlando will appreciate his effortsto
put this lake in the hands of the I
twenty-fifth programme in the Work is progresing very rapidlyon city and make the city responsible forts : "It is a pleasure to serve you."
Neighborhood series was given last the new Mason Hotel which is being upkeep. While it will be an expensive II
night amid great applause. Next erected at the northwest corner proposition to clean this lake .
Tuesday evening Reverend Dr. Wray of Bay and Julia streets, in Jackson- up and keep it clean, nevertheless it is : " " ,'.
will read some exquisite poems whichhe ville. of importance to the entire city thatit ..
has gathered from the corners of be kept clean, and if the city owned =
the earth. Mrs. Robinson Murphywill The Palatka Times-Herald says: I it and cleaned it up as it should be, IHIillllllllilitilMtMIMMIIMMMMHHMMtMMtMMMMIMMtlMMtlM4f
give an informal talk upon the "With a nine-story skyscraper and a I and kept it so, it would be the means
Italian method of singing, with direc- million-dollar residence in prospect, of increasing the value of Orlando real
tions about breathing, registers, etc. Miami has a perfect right to indulgein estate, and enhance the value and in-
REMEMBER THEBeginning
She will first show the usual faults a little "blowing." crease the pleasure of human livingin
common to all beginners and how they Orlando.
must first be eradicated in order that The Ullendorf block in Miami is to
the singer may not go on unconsciously be improved and remodeled at a cost PIPES OF PAN
ruining his own voice. Among of $10,000. When finished it will be

these she will illustrate with the pernicious modern and up-to-date in every par- 0 Pan, I hear thy music blow lhI Han Iilo
"slurring, scooping," the vicious ticular. Among the misty hills of morn: n
tremolo and clavicular breath No more doth Triton sound his horn.
ing. There will be several busicians Information has been received that Apollo died full long ago,
assisting. Shubert and Shuman and by the early part of next August a As legend saith, when Christ was
Hardell will be heard. modern Young Men's Hebrew Asso born.

ciation building will be in course of Yet still, so long as streamlets flow,
AT THE LUCERNE THEATRE construction in Jacksonville. Be While branches sway and grasses !
tween $18,000 and $20,000 will be de- grow, I
The entertainment at the Lucerne voted to the new home. Already $10- When sunrise sets the world aglowI
Theatre last evening was one worth 000 of the building fund has been ob- hear the merry music blow
the price. The program consistedof tained and the association is practically Among the misty hills of morn. Wednesday
three reels of first class picturesand assured of the balance.Dr. : :
a number of splendid songs by 'I 0 Pan, I hear thy pipings pour
Clark Mounts, who does not sing the Reuben H. Huddleston, nestorof From shadowy dells at hush of I I
very ordinary vaudeville songs, after Miami physicians, died at his home noon,
which Henri Rostand came for- I in that city a few days ago. He was! When through the cioud-flecked MAY 21
ward with his mystifying works, a 74 years of age and had lived in Mi- skies of June
glimpse into the laws of intuition.Mr. ami for more than thirteen years. He The fleet-winged swallows dip and .
Magruder is giving value received is said to have been one of the best soar, I
to his customers. informed professional men in that sec- And shrill cicadas softly croon.
tion of the State. A year ago Dr. Deserted lies the mountain-shore,
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ROSALIND CLUB Huddleston suffered a stroke of pa- By white-limbed naiads loved of yore; L.A.STING: 10 iciiii't .
ralysis and was compelled to give up And Marsyas leads the dance no more;
The members of the Rosalind Club his practice. Apoplexy was the cause Yet still thine airy pipings pour
will please take notice that the recep- of his death. From shadowy dells at hush of
tion Thursday afternoon of this week noon. Ivdliss It !
will be the last occasion of this sea- The Manatee River Journal says:
son on which club guests will be entertained "One thousand acres of tomatoes in 0 Pan, I hear thy pipes complainAt
t The last meeting on May one big garden is the record of the dusk along the river edge,
twenty-ninth will be open to club Ellenton hammock country this season When zephyrs sway the whispering
members only, including honorary By this statement we do not sedge:
non-residents and season subscribers. mean under one fence or owned bone y The Elder Gods come not again;
Jesse M. Thayer, company, but that the entire ham- No more shall Vulcan clang his '
Pres. mock extending from Palmetto to sledge, N. P. TOWELL
By order of the Rosalind Club. Ellenton is in realty a garden, and a And thou alone dost still remain;
better one cannot be found in the Yet still I hear thy pipes complain
The salary of the minister to Hayti State of Florida, and certainly no- In fluting of the autumn rain.
is $10,000 and that of the ambassadorto where else. When you cross the riverto Or when'"the lights of evening wane
Great Britain is 17500.. That's the northern shore this garden begins At dusk, among the swaying sedge.
all. .. and continues to the little town -Victor Starbuck. : iii THE
of Ellenton." ,
Saint Peter may as well prepare to LUCERNE THEATRE THURSDAY :
enlarge the entrance. The automobilehas A new corporation is mentioned in i ..
been admitted to YellowstonePark. The St. Petersburg Times as having Picture Program .4 BIG WHITE
poultry in that neighborhood. The Stupendous Military Spectacle. _
new company wit 1 have a capital stockof "The Grey Sentinel-Broncho feat :
Will Be a Real Busy IzzyIf $15,000 and proposes to raise poul ure, in two reels. Another one of I
Hiram Johnson has to defend try for the market, on a large scale. those thrilling, exciting military draI I STORECorpse
the whole coast of California he will The best modern methods will be employed mas. A unique story, presenting a ,
find himself busier than he was last and the plant will be up-to- combination of war scenes beyond description I
fall after the Colonel was shot.Boston date and planned especially with re- and scenes of pathetic ten :
Advertiser. gard to the climate and conditions. derness and devotion. As a dramatic Mllillll
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Times-Union Short Talks. masterpiece, this subject will hold a

Probably Overdose of Indiana FictionIt front place in moto-graphic historyfor A letter written by George Wash- FAVORITE THEATRE TODAY
is stated that Vice President Splendid yields of Irish potatoes are years to come. And as a sensa- Corpse is Supposed to Stay Dead ington in 1790 sold for $101 at public I Great two reel features.
Marshall eats buckwheat cakes all being harvested at Colee. News of tional military spectacle, it is un- "Reorganization rot" is the term auction. We know of men who would I "The Tribal Law-101 Bison, fea-
the year around, but what puzzles us some unusual crops was received by equaled. One day only. Don't miss applied by Senator Bristow to the pay a better price than that for pos- turing terrific tribal fight betweentwo
most is what gives him mental indi R. J. Oliver, who is interested there, it. plans of Hadley & Co. It seems to session of letters written by them- I tribes.
gestion.-Philadelphia John "Way of the Transgressor,"-Solax, be Bristow's notion that when a fun-
Inquirer. today. Pacetti's farm is yield- selves. The one who had to play ftrulda
ing fifty barrels to the acre. Robert a wonderful story. eral is held some party has died.-St. I I "The One Who Had to Play,"-

Would Make Fighter of AnybodyDr. Colee's place is averaging sixty bar- Louis Republic. Davenport and Dunn the two moun- Eclair, a prodical son story that rings
Lyman Abbott was always rels and others are ranking equally Summerlin College at Bartow has taineers of New Jersey, who wrote true and pulls at the heart strings,
peaceable anough until he became well. This is the first year that the closed after a most successful term There has been another tubercu- threatening letters to President Wil- Coming soon-"Sheridan's Ride" in
associated with Colonel Roosevelt i spuds have been grown in that seen of school. losis serum discovered, and the quar- son, were convicted by a Federal Jurya three reels. Don't miss it.
the newspaper business.-St. Louis; tion upon a commercial basis.-St. relsome doctors are likely to havea few days ago and will now take Open2to5and7tolOp.m.
Globe-Democrat. Augustine Evening Record. Subscribe for the Sentinel- busy time of it. some lessons in letter writing. Admission five cents to all.
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