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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 23, 1913
Frequency: daily (except monday)
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando
Coordinates: 28.533611 x -81.375833 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1913.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 1, no. 269 (Dec. 20, 1913).
General Note: J.F. Schumann, editor.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 4 (Feb. 14, 1913).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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THE DAILY SENTINEL





THE PEOPLE'S PAPER. '


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

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VOLUME ONE ORLANDO, FLORIDA, FRIDAY MAY 23RD, 1913. NUMBER 88.
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PAINTER DROWNS\ MACON BANKER DIES[ PUBLICITY BOARD I [EMPEROR YOStlltllTOi I BRYAN AND CtlINDA BUSINESS PAUSES




IN THEST. JOHNS AftER GAME flGtlT ;I SENDS OUT LETTER;;I ILL IN JAPAN :I TO RENE\Y\ CONfAB'' AT THREE O'CI.OCK


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PROMINENT{ FLORIDIAN FALLS FOR OVER A WEEK AFTER TAKING EPITOME OF THE BILLS PASSED 1 I HAS NEVER BEEN IN ROBUST I OFFICIAL TOKIO DESPATCHES ''I IN HONOR OF LATE HENRY >L

FROM FERRY BOAT, FLOATS A POISON THROUGH MISTAKE BY THE LEGISLATURE GIVEN I IIE.LTIIxn FEARS ARE ENTERTAINED INDICATE THAT JAPAN IS NOT FLAGLER, BUSINESS WILL SUSPEND
i HE FACED HIS INEVITABLE i
MOMENT AND THEN SINKS DEATH TO THE PRESS BY THE I THAT HIS REIGN AT ALL PLEASED WITH REPLY II FIVE MINUTES TODAY

-BODY FOUND SHORTLY Macon, Ga., May 22.-After quietly NEW COMMITTEE I WILL NOT BE LONG OF UNITED STATES THROUGHOUT FLORIDA

Special to the SentinelJacksonville facing for a week the inevitable re- Tallahassee, May 22.-The House Special to the Sentinel Special to the SentinelWashington I Jacksonville, May 23.-The State of

Fla., May 22Mr. sult of his mistake in taking bi-chlo-I Publicity Committee, appointed in Tokio, Japan, May 22.-The Mikado I D. C., May 22.-Secre- Florida today will pause in its busy

E. 0. Painter, the fertilizer king, ride of mercury, thinking it was a pursuance of a resolution offered by is seriously ill tonight from an attack tary Bryan and Ambassador Chin- affairs for five minutes to do honorto
not only over the entire B. Darnall ed- of pneumonia. It has been known da will resume active discussion of
well known headache tablet, banker and realty Representative Marcy the man who has made the Greater
State of Florida, but throughout the dealer, Sanders Walker, died this itor of the Key West Citizen, of whichhe for several days that the Emperor the California land law situation next Florida possible.
horticultural and t I was ill, but it was not announced week according, to the information
in ,
and the other
United States : morning at 1:35 o'clock.. is chairman, mem- Governor of State calls on peopleto
manufacturing circles, was drowned ,, Members of the family had gathered bers, R. R. Tomlin, editor of the Plant ;i until this afternoon that his illness available at the State Department to- do homage. The Mayor of Jack-

in the St. Johns river at 9:30 o'clock at his bedside several days ago City Courier, William A. Russell, ed- I was serious. day. sonville issued the following proclamation -
and Geo- Following the delay of anxiety and The date of the conference has not
this morning. Mr. Painter when the doctors announced there was itor of the Palatka News, E. A. Williams I' :
boarded the 9:30 ferry on editor of the Adver- : many rumors, the court physicians tonight been definitely set, but it is known !
Parkhill them Bonifay
no hope for him, and to Mr. Whereas, in the death of Henry M.
side this morning to go to the tiser and H.Y.. editor of issued the following bulletin: that the American reply will be conclusively -
this Walker gave no sign of a tremor, but Mapoles, Flagler, this State and City has lost
plant which is located on the south the Laurel Hill News, have sent out I"The Emperor, who has been suffer- discussed at the meeting.
went to his death with a resignation one to whom is due the great devel-
side of the river. When near the its first epitome of the House's action I'ing from a slight cold for several l Official dispatches from Tokio today
i that has rendered the case more than opment of a large part of Florida;
landing slip on the south side, Mr. I usually interestng throughout the as follows: I days, today developed inflamation of indicated that the Japanese govern and,

Painter to cough and fell over I the bills of 1 the lungs. We don't consider his con ment was far from being satisfied
got up Among more important ;
country. During the last day he was Whereas, we deem it fitting that the
the side and was drowned. general nature passed> the House dition justifies anxiety, but his tem- with the American reply to the orig-
:a
I under the influence of opiates most of y people of this city should pay tributeto
'Both the captain and the chief en- (I the time, but in conscious intervals 'of Representatives during the present: perature is high. inal protest against the enactment of his memory in a manner that will
of the ferry stated that Mr. )|I "Yoshihto, who is thirty-four years the Webb law.
the
gineer gave evidence that he was not sufI session are following: in some degree show the regard we
of ill '; old, ,has never been in robust health The United States
Painter was complaining being fering. Providing for the establishment of reply, accordingto have for the great work he has done;

when he came aboard. He and Mr.I Scores of sympathetic messages a State fire insurance rating board. (I and at the time he ascended the throne the foreign office officials in Tokio, and,

Parkhill down on the north end" labor fears were entertained that his reigni is regarded there as being too frankin
sat were received by the family and manyof Bills creating a bureau of sta- Whereas, industrial and commercial
of the ferry and were talkng when he them were in the nature of inqui- tistics, amending laws relating to employers' i i would not be a long one. its tenor and in a manner insultingto Florida will cease its business opera-

complained of feeling sick and arose ries as to the treatment being givenMr. liability, prohibiting the em- the Japanese nation. tions for five minutes at the berinninir,

from his seat, going to the north end Walker. It has been impossible ployment of minors in certain occu- MAN FALLS SIX STORIES While the officials here admit the of his funeral services, to rest in silent ""-

of the boat He stepped over the and I II I language of Mr. Bryans reply was
to find out definitely what course the pations prohibiting employers contemplation of its loss;
guard chains and leaned over the physicians took, as they have refusedto I from discriminating against employeswho Girl Tumbles Thirty-fit Feet-Neither frank, they claim it was no more so Now, therefore, I, William S. Jor-

edge, holding with his right hand to talk except to briefly trace the pro- I belong to or desire to join labor Special to the Sentinel.Hurt. than were the terms of the original dan, Mayor of the City of Jackson-

the end of the railing. I. gress of the poison's slow but deadly unions New York, May 22.-To have a look], protest.- I ville, do call on and urge all the. peo-
Mr. Parkhill called to him to look for to Acting tactfully at a time when the
i effect Appropriations a monument down the subway excavation at One ple of this city to cease every and all

out as he might fall overboard. Just 1 I Members of the family are quoted the women of the Confederacy and fora Hundred and Third street and Lexington relations between the two govern- occupations at 3 o'clock, Friday, May

as he called the warning to him he as expressing much dissatisfaction statue to General Edmund Kirby- ments are reported to be a trifle 23, and continue in silent inoperationfor
smallgirl
I t I avenue, a wandered
seemed to be making an effort to with some of the reports that have Smith to be placed in the National from the sidewalk last night to the strained, the President today sent a five minutes, that the great regard
steady himself, and then pitched for-! ( message to the Emperor of Japan,
I originated in Macon. They declare Hall of Fame. 1 guard rails about the deep hole in the j and esteem we feel for the memory of
ward. He went down just at the rear I that Mr. Walker remained constantlyin The creation of three new counties offering his hope that the latter would Henry M. Flagler may in some small
center of the She could not
of the ferry. The officers of the boat Seminole and Broward. avenue. I have speedy recovery from his illness
his bedroom after it was discovered Bay, ; all she wanted from the rails andso but fitting manner, be shown to the
were up forward and did not see him that he had taken the fatal dose. Making the burglary of occupied see srawled through. Reaching the from which he is suffering. world. I t

fall, but both stated that a small I houses a capital crime. WM. S. JORDAN
Mayor.
edge, of the excavation, she lost her
launch which was coming in his direction ARMY RELIEF SOCIETY GARDEN
Another Case Reported. Submitting a constitutional amend May, 22,1913.CATASTROPHE.
balance and fell into the hole.
rushed to his aid and threw Sioux City la. After ment abolishing the office of County PARTY.
I May 22.- : She was found crying for her mother -
him a line. He came up but was un- swallowing thre bi-chloride of mer Treasurer. I' New York, May 22.Governor'sIsland AT FT. MOULTRIE
and unhurt few bruises
I save a ,
able to catch the line, which seemed'; cury tablets last night, Robert Palmer Requiring County Commissionersand the offcial headquarters of the -
caused by falling against crosspieceson
to have fallen across him. I' a member of a wealthy familyof members of County Boards of army in the east, was the scene of a'' Special to the Sentinel
her drop down the shaft. This
According, ,to the officers of the ferry -' Sioux City, today is,awaiting slow Public Instruction to give bond. I undoubtedly saved her life. garden party this afternoon, given Charleston, S. C., May 22.Threemen

Mr.Parkhill called to him to float death from the poison. Bills appropriating funds for the I by the Army Relief Society. The were instantly killed and nine

and not try to swim. He was unable Palmer was in a hotel when he took State institutions of higher learning,!j While working from the on sixth a scaffolding of garden party isan annual event given others badly injured tonight by ''the
swinging story a
to follow out the instructions and the tablets. He rushed into the street. for county scholarships in same and by the New York branch of the Army explosion of one of the three-inch
in of construction at
sank at once. The launch hove to and shouting, "I've done it! I've done it!" for summer training schools for teachers. building course Relief Society for the purpose of rifles at Fort Moultrie in the harbor
and Arden
waited but he did not come up again. |I A policeman overpowered him and Also for corn clubs and canning Naegle avenue street yes- raising funds for the relief work off this city. The explosion wHich
afternoon Louis Levine
There were several people aboard he was sent to a hospital, where it clubs. i terday a which they conduct. occurred while the crew were engaged -

the ferry on the trip, and several saw was reported that Palmer was Provding for compulsory schools at- bricklayer, started to climb into a I The music for the occasion was furnished r in night practice. blew off the.
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Mr. Painter fall overboard. It was to his fate. tendance in counties voting for same.'window. lIe lost his and I by the united military bandsof breech block of a gun and almost
those working with him saw his body
the concensus of those who saw the An anti-lobbying bill. ; New York, the People's Choral annihilated the force working it. The

deplorable accident that Mr. Painter,i i EPISCOPAL CLUBS MEETING. A general revenue bill. : shoot toward the asphalt pavementfar Union and the choir from St Corne- roar of the explosion was distinctly

had lost his balance and became dizzy The Trammell bill abolishing the below. lius' chapel. The third battalion, 29th heard throughout the city and the

while attempting to vomit. When he I Boston, May 22.-The Episcopal convict lease system. I I I Other workmen on the building ran infantry, executed military maneu-l shock made all the houses tremble.

hit {the water, he evidently was strug: Church Clubs of the United States be- Bryan primary bill and a corrupt ':,, to Levine, expecting to find him dead. vers for the benefit of the guests, including Especially was this so along the battery -

gling for breath, which caused his gan their twenty-first national con practice act to restrict campaign expenses -!| Instead, he was sitting on a sand the pitching of a shelter tent of Charleston's most exclusive

lungs to fill with water. This would ference here today with an addressof and prevent illegal practicesin I pile. He was perfectly conscious and camp, infantry drill, setting-up exer- residential section. '

account for the fact thae he sank welcome to the incoming delegates election. his only complaint was that both his cises, escort to the colors, and a dress Thousands of persons rushed to this

with but a slight struggle after fall- by Bishop Lawrence. Nqjofficial ses- Dividing the State into four Con- legs hurt him severely. I parade. Attractive refreshment point thinking the entire fort had been

ing into the water. sion of the conference wjll Lbe held today -I gressional districts. The hole made by Levine's body in' booths and the tents of the fortunetellers blown in the air.
the pile of sand showed how his life
In a very short time after the ac- but the delegates will attend a i Providing for the election of the where one might have his A harbor tug was hurriedly pressed

cident, dragging parties were busy reception and dinner given in their United States Senators by direct vote ( had been saved. In falling, Levine palm read by a beautiful "gypsy" fora into service and, laden with every

trying to recover the body, and were honor at the Hotel Somerset tonight. of the people.An I'I had partly landed on his feet at the small sum, dotted the grounds.At available surgeon in the city, were

not successful until about twothirtythis Following a breakfast at the amendment to the pure food I very edge of the pile. His feet gavei the Officers' Club there was driven at top speed to Fort Moultrie

afternoon, when Mr. Painter's I I Brunswick hotel tomorrow morning, law. 'I way under him and he fell back with dancing with music by the regimental which is barely a half mile from
I great force on the sand, in such a
body was recovered a short distance the delegates will assemble in Jacob Providing for the distribution of I way bands. Towards evening, follow-I Charleston's water front No cause
that his
from where he fell overboard, by a Sleeper Hall, Boston University, for the State school fund by giving each I body was not even bruised. ing the dancing and maneuvers there I can be given for the accident '

local undertaker. the opening session. The keynote of county the amount it pays in. I will be a sham battle which promisesto
SMITH, ARNOLD AND COX HELD
all the sessions will be "Christian I I Providing that damages may be recovered contain all the thrills attendant WILL ATTEMPT TO REDUCE THE
LANE WILL NOT INTERFERE Atlanta, Ga., May 22.Burton
Unity. At the opening session Dr.: from telegraph companies for upon a real engagement. RATES

Lawrence B. Evans, of the Episcopal' mental anguish caused by their fail Smith, lawyer, and brother of United Mrs. Charles Francis Roe, presi- Tallahassee, May 22.The Railroad

Washington, May 22.SecretaryLane Club of Massachusetts, will deliver an ure to deliver telegrams relating to States Senator Hoke Smith, ReubenR. dent of the society, together withGeneral Commissioners have today served

of the Interior, indicated to- address on "What Is Christian the illness or death of relatives. Arnold, and J. C. Cok were yester and Mrs. Barry, received the tice on all railroad carriers of nOt the

day he would attempt in no way to Unity?" to be followed by Rathbone Many other bills of general interest day held for action by the grand jury guests as they landed on the island. State for hearing before them on

interfere with appointments to be Gardner of but of less : having waived trial before a magic
Providence, whose ad importance have been the 10th of June at 10 o'clock in the

made by the new Governor of Alaska,' dress is "The Fundamentals of Chris-! passed by the House, as well as a I trate on assault and battery charges BUSINESS MEN EXPRESS THEIR morning, at their office in Tallahassee -

Major J. F. A. Strong. In a letter I tian Unity." George Zabriskie, D. large number of local bills of a great I I preferred by C. W. Walton and W. H. VIEWS to hear and consider whether or ,...
addressed to a man who asked ap- C. L., of New York benefit to the localities I Byrd. All executed bonds of $300. '
will discuss "The affected by Special to the SentinelWashington not they ought to amend the present
pointment to an important Yesterday Smith engaged in a fist
positon
Church the Various them,
; Conceptions of May 22.Speculationsas classification on cotton factory pro-
Secretary Lane wrote: "As know fight with Walton and Byrd in the
you Its Nature "
and Functions. ducts bok
to the object of Vice PresidentIarshall's paper, automobiles and
the position referred to by you is At the close of BASEBALL RESULTS IN courthouse corridor and the warrantswere
this-session at noon THE BIG visits to the conference of crossties.
under the governor, with whom I will the delegates will be taken in auto- LEAGUES issued on complaint of the two majority of members of the Senate It is stated at the office of the Commissioners
in no way interfere as to his appoint- latter, who allege that Arnold and Cox '
mobiles to the parish house of Christ Finance Committee today, centered on that there has been considerable -
ments. The Governor of Alaska Church Special to the SentineLNational assisted Smith. The grand jury is ex- '
Cambridge, where a luncheon the possibility of a direct protest from 'I complaints from shippers of
should be an independent citizen pected to take action soon.
not|twill be 'given by the Cambridge Episcopal the President on the amendments that the state on account of the high rates

dictated to from Washington." I parishes. Broklyn, 0; Pittsburg, 1. Simmons, Chairman of the Committee required to be paid on these commod-

i The remaning sessions will be held Philadelphia-Cincinnati, rain. NEW YORK SELLS BONDS I I announced he made in the Underwoodbill. ities when moving between points in

ONE THOUSAND MINERS LEAVE''in Paine Memorial Hall, Episcopal\ New York-St Louis, rain. Special to the Sentinel. Florida, especially with regard to automobiles I

HOMES Theological School, Cambridge, and Boston-Chicago, rain.American. New York, May 22.-The city of Several members of the committee the present classification

Charleston, W. Ya., May 22.-Disputes -..1 Iat the Jacob Sleeper Hall. New York sold bonds to the amountof yesterday intimated that no scheduleof on glass, set up, less than car load.

in the West Virginia coal fields t St. Louis, 7; New York, 0.Chicago $45,000,000 yesterday, and had a the Underwood bill will be reportedto The proposed amendment makes it'

I reached a new stage last night when I WAYS AND MEANS COMMITTEE I 2; Boston, 1. I hard time disposing of them, although the Senate as originally passed by double first class.VENEZUELANS.

one thousand miners employed in the, I Detroit, 0; Philadelphia, 7. they will bea 4% per cent., interest, the House. I

New River coal field with their fami' Washington, May 22.The Demo-' Cleveland, 5; Washington- ., 0.- I nne-ouarter_n_ of one ner_ cent., more Such wholesale revision of the vari- ARRESTED

lies left their homes and sought the cratic majority of the House Committee Carolina Association ,than the last issue bears, and the ous schedules of the tariff measure Willemstead, Curacao 22-
,
of bonds sold the May -
protection of the United Mine Workers on Ways and Means met today Winston-Salem, 6; Greensboro, 2. 'highest rate any by would mean that the Underwood bill Many prominent Venezuelans have

of America. It is said all of them to consider assignments to the com Ashville, 11; Durham, 5. since 1908. be referred to the conference where been arrested in Caracas
the
intend to live in tents. mittees. The House leaders aimed to Raleigh, 5; Charlotte, 3. Low bids and small bids were the it might remain for weeks. The meet- past few days. This during reached
features of the sale, but there were news
blend consideration for past service ing of the Finance Committee here
todaywas
today through Dr.
Leopold
bidders, the total number of Bap-
TO INVESTIGATE WHITE SLAVE in Congress, personal preferences of ARKANSAS ELKS HAPPY many to discuss the proposed questionsto tista, formerly
I secretary general to
I both the tenders being 492 as against 272 bid-
old
TRAFFIC and new members and be submitted to the manufacturersand President Gomez of Venezuela. He
ders for bonds last when $65-
such a distribution of committee as- Pine Bluff, Ark., May 22.-Over of securities year business men throughout the arrived here with General Juan Pablo
bearing 4U
Special to UKAtlanta Seattae:. signments as to preserve a compact 2,000 Elks from all over the State will 0000,000 percent country as to their views of the bill. Penalosa, on board a small sailing
interest sold. The total
Ga., May 22.-A special harmonious effective working party participate in the parade which will were The meetings of the various sub- vessel from the Island of Buen Ayrt,
the bids however
of was only $76
committee of nine was ordered appointed organization. be the feature of the annual conven- while stitute committees of the Senate Finance in the Dutch West Indies, after fleeing
the
000,000, a year ago, larger
at today's meeting of the tion here this evening. Valuable Committees, is being held here' from the Venezuelan capital r
subscribed three times
Northern Presbyterian Assembly to WEATHER REPORT prizes are offered for various uni issue was over. this afternoon, attended by a large Dr. Baptista's father and brother

consider plans for the church inves- Local showers Friday, Saturday forms. Tomorrow night there will be number of representatives of the vari and the remainder of his family ar ,

tigation of the white slave trafec showers, except fair in northwest- a Mardi Gras parade. Subscribe for the Sentinel I ous interests. rived here some time ago. ;;
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The Wrestler Who Wanted to Humblethe
Ruler of Japan. : Magnificent Showing of
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about the late mikado nil\ of which ,
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held for the dete.t-ei unjuarilifa I
accouut of his bt-iieto.eiKt..aiid bimVitity New Spring Suits
as wl'llli his wNdomAt
one time rt'&tihip was: J favorite safely purchased from I
"jasttine at the Jap.im court n:<<<1 hiss
+ajestT was!' able with eaC o to throw
all the onnrt ntfprf1nts m<1 offim: !* us where everythingis and Dresses
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One man. hOY"l'r.t maoklt 'I'et"ntyro. ;
was very auiiuu to throw the i
toi.rror because IKa afraid tli.u I. guaranteed.
tie latter might, Lt.tUffit' too [prutul I
li, i>ro\\e>s in that anil utTa' -. I:"'*, I I Iaka. : WE ARE SHOWING A BEAUTIFUL ASSORTMENT OF
tbe <'hiensedatna!
finally emperor
and the latter threw the ...nvert'icn1th : SILKS AND SATINS, ALL COLORS, DRESS GOODS
great force I I IN ALL THE LATEST PATTERNS FOR OLD AND

The mouarth..n the story IOP.S.:1'" i Allen & Co. I YOUNG. WHITE CANVAS SHOES. THE DISPLAY
sot too pletsed at the defeat but was
CONTAINS ACCURATE ILLUSTRATIONS OF THE
&u good a :t'port.wau| to t a)' uujtliiiio i I
later Vamaoka resigned! his ixiMlioait I SEASONS BEST AND LATEST CREATIONS AND
court on the plea that though helad IS WORTHY
THE ATTENTION OF EVERY ORLANDO
defeated the emperor for the good ; II
)f the throne and the a wintry, yet in. '. JEWELERS WOMAN. CALL IN AND ACQUAINT YOURSELF
fining so he had Mibjerted his *ovort'jm WITH THE HIGH CHARACTER OF OUR GARMENTS
to a heinous Indignity. The monarch I AND THE REASONABLE PRICESKaniler's A
however absolutely refused to .
accept the resignation, saying: I I
Florida
Orlando -
"You have done well to show that ,
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i&e ring is no respecter of persons
lnd I appreciate your loyal spirit In :
ieatin me"t all events Yamaoka Now York
Ray in high; favor: at court thereafter-
Tokyo Gaette
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this avalanche *f water, is an awe inIQiriug I I ro NEW YORK BOSTON THE[ OAKlAND
experience The total heightif I' t. ,
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jpars nan who nsroOne lived in an Indian village; ..' FARES Steamships 400 Feet IS TALKING

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day the natives exasperated at ; ; WATKINS BLOCK FROM Stopover at
the old man's bad temper, put him into II d sired ABOUT
i boat and let the boat carry him overShe ; JACKSONVILLE
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UW1t'1! with so little idea of the rights I the man to "n<+i:, lie owed a lot osmores"rLltimore 'I
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Argument Too Hasty. "Did you lend thai fllrt.UIJI frt: nd oi I
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a rose traveling, theatrical company was I yours the book Le asked fur':'
stem so to parade in a small New I "Yes, bvt I took care to borrow his
against town when a big gander from umbrella the same dJY"WashngtoD; will sell Lime at 90c
By BEllE STORMSIt perfume. near at hand waddled to I Mar .
"I \ middle of the street and began to I! barrel delivered
make." per ,
was the season when the roses The Average Man.
cept of the double-in-hras actors
bloom, and they were sitting together that A foreign visitor in an interview in j
you toward the fowl and angrily five barrel lots.
New York told the truth about the !
fa a garden on a rustic bench enjoyingthe part I : I
delicious perfume. He had Just It was I: average man.
be so quick to jump at con I
"Your country he said, "is made
proposed marriage, and it would seem sider. Wait till you see the >bowr'
cp, like mine, of average men. The i I
that their surrounding would induce though :
average man," he added, "is a man !' Florida Metal Co.
that fervor which is to be expected at ( I who thinks himself Immeasurably II'.
such times, if, indeed, the case was one was his 1, Didn't Like the Reference. above the
I average.-Washington Star
of mutual !In-e. But the lady was know the savin', mum. j I
above such influences. She was lookIng just I that glveth to the poor lendeth to McNEIL-DAVIS BUILDING
at the step before her analytically.The one I Lord." Mrs. Subbubs-ery true. Hardworking Dollar .
"I noticed a statement in an eastern : Phone 41. .
wherewithal to keep house together since you speak in proverbs I'll iia
paper the other day that has disquieted i
did not concern her. for each pos. ble you to another old saw. Tramp
me a good deal; said a Cleveland
sessed a fortune. Her mind dwelt I one Is dat, mum? Mrs. S.- .
man recently. "The item called to my
rather upon those matrimonial quick "Why one back in the woodshed.-Boston '
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attention the fact that it takes a dol-I'
sands married are liable to fall : sCript.
persons lar at the usual rate of Interest
more
Into and which, though she knew them gether- I i. J
than sears 1
the two to earn a dime. Von
hot, sbe dreaded."I A Tight Fit I I can see the effect Every time 1 spend i!
confess. she said "that 1 am come I do you like the rooms in your The Best the :
turn to a dime I think of that toiling dollar| 1 is Cheapest
in favor, but"- I
predisposed your "And I flat? asked Bill Brown. spinning away in the dark somewbere.Thedime .
"But what fair," answered Jim Jones. I spend means more than two, "
"It is not marriage with you that I do?" i! do you mean by pretty fair?" years of steady application and yet I 11 ; SO GET THE BEST OF
causes me to pause. It is marriage itself. Tb"se they're a little tight across let it go as if It were of too small I
Indeed we hear more and more but otherwise to be
seem value
I to be at all considered. Why. it '
every day of the disadvantages of two would would fit"-Cleveland Plain Dealer. takes a dollar more than a year n> j Paints and Wall Paper
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persons binding themselves together freedom. earn 5 cents! Think of that when you
for a lifetime. We hear a great deal lIe dais"I i Irony of Fat. slip the next nickel across. It really *
of divorces, of marriage being a failure day your husband have luck on his makes me feel 1 uncomfortable. I wish | 1I THE 1912 WALL PAPER IN SAMPLESIS
and lately of experimental mar- "
trip? I hadn't read the stupid
riage and independent marriage. These eminent be very worst. He accidentally Cleveland Plain Dealer. thing.-I GRAND AND I WILL BE PLEASED

things indicate that the world has feminine the friend who was going to take I ; TO SHOW THEM. ALL YOU HAVE TO
passed beyond that old fashioned unionof
the sexes wherein the man provides. "I -I i INEV II DO IS TO TELEPHONE AND I WILL
the woman takes care of the home BRING THE SAMPLE TO YOUR HOME. '
would
and the children, and domestic life is
like a field of growing cabbages." mony"Why COLORS AND PATTERNS IN
"Not a garden of roses, with their '
him GEO. A. BARKER PHONE 268
delicious perfume.

"And"What their do you thorns.say" to our entering reasons."It
"How Goods and Kimonos
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"There are many marriage contracts "
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independent marriage. To what par- "Of !
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you ". GOWNS ETC.
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without meaning since we will Uve when He had he cents per yard at CREPE VOILES r

together only so long as we both de- saw her
tire to do so. The finances are kept her .
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A silence followed this suggestion hands
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proposal can alter the case W. will "
be on the same footing as other nvir: He did
rled persons." Judge. 124 South Orange Avenue

"There is this advanta .-w.. wi+
freedom firmed OPPOSITE POST OFFICE MISSES HAMILTON & BUM
feel an independence, a t'nwe !. he went :
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TARIFF REDUCTION.
Florida SentinelMORNING
South
The meeting at Atlanta develops !i
AND WEEKLY There has not been a move for tariff the fact that many of the greatestmen
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"* --- reduction in the thirty years are Presby-,
Florida Catered as at Second the Class pot office Mail Matter.at Orlando. did not bring forth a threat from the terians. Not only Presbyterians, but WOMENThe

protected interests to cut wages and praying, Christian gentlemen; men

SUBSCRIPTION RATES : to shut down and create an industrial who have and who are wielding a

panic. Some of the old guard had it powerful influence for good in the af-

THE DAILY SENTINEL. so thoroughly in their system that fairs of this nation. When the headsof
One year ................ .....$5.00
when the present congress began tar- the departments of this
Six Months .. . ............. 2.50 govern-
iff talk, the high tariff rooters began ment are devoted Christian gentlemen daintiest find the exquisite
women
designs
Three Months .. .... .... ..... 1.25By
the old cry, but congress went right as is the case in this conutry today -

news carrier in Orlando SO centa per on. there is not much danger of the they want in our big assortment. Women who ,
month. Daily and Sunday. Immediately the threat of a wage old Ship of State going wrong.

The Orlando Morning Sentinel can be found cut began to circulate. Mr. Wilson The Presbyterians lead in the num- are fond of jewelry, those who want somethingthat
on salt in Orlando at Curits A: O'Neal' Book instructed the department of com- ber of men in the heads of national

Store._ __ _u ____ merce to investigate the affairs of any departments of government and the is unusual and beautiful, are able to gratify
We will appreciate prompt complaint if corporation using the new tariff act Methodists are a close second. And .

delivery- is not properly- :- made- -by:--our-carriers.- as a pretext for wage reductions. the fact that every known Christian their desires here, for our stock is peculiarly

Adevrtisinz rates will be famished on application There was nothing for the baneful denomination is represented in the

-- -- -. -- corporations to do but howl. The machinery of this government, and rich in articles of more than ordinary beauty.For .

THE WEEKLY SENTINEL The right of the government to look not a man who questions the Chris-
/or :year by mail postage paid ........$1.00 into the affairs of an interstate cor- tian religion or denies its efficacy those seeking birthday or other gifts thereare
Address THE SENTINEL, Orlando Florida.
Office 107 Court Street, Arcade Building poration is no longer questioned. holds any important place in the affairs suggestions.
Phone 24 Under the corporation tax law of four of this nation, accounts for this many

years ago, the government has the being the most stable government on

J. F. SCHUMANN, Editor. unquestionable right to turn the spot- the face of the earth today.

JOSIAH FERRIS Proprietor. liht upon the inside affairs of cor-
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FRIDAY, MAY 23RD, 1913. Wilson and all interested know i

that no legitimate industry is men- We have read President Kirby's
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The reason justice is blind is be- aced in the least degree by the new speech and report very carefully and

cause lawyers so often throw sand in tariff bill. Therefore, any corpora- ': can find no reference to Mr. William

her face. tion threatening to cut wages be- M. Wood, president of the wool trust, T. Evans the JewelerOPPOSITE

o cause of prospective changes in the who is now on trial as a dynamite .

tariff is at once, and justly, open to conspirator in connection with the ,
The Toledo Blade discovered a per- suspicion. Such corporations have no : Lawrence, Mass., striker It seemsto

son who can make an umpire changehis ground for protest if the government' make a heap of digerence with

mind.-his wife. steps in to find out the truth of the Mr. Kirby who handles the dynamite. POST OFFICE

o situation. [ The American public looks upon the

An exchange' remarks that Mr. Taftis The government machinery can !: man who uses dynamite in the promo- EXPERT REPAIRING AND ENGRAVING.

a broader man today than ever. now cope with the situation. tion of his schemes as a most dangerous .
We pity his shirt maker. | criminal and will have no sympathy -

L stick ILLEGAL USE OF MONEY IN for him, no matter what his sta-
Whittling a helps some men POLITICS. I tion in life.J.PAX .
to do a lot of thinking, but chopping I

down a tree wouldn't help others.
WILL DO NO RASH ACT.
aroused the
to
Everywhere men are ---
o
fact that there must be more honesty -
With 1913 repeating and increasingthe It is well established fact
the instead a pretty
and that people
in
politics ;
be able crops to of build 1912 a the hangar farmer next will to soon his of the almighty dollar must rule, that the state department at Wash-

Senator Tillman, the venerable states : ington and the treaty making powerof STOCKiNGs
garage. will the snarl made {
man of South Carolina, has recently Japan untangle ILK
D- lifted up his clarion voice against this by the California legislature in a
has been ascertained
No woman, it crying evil in politics. It has long \nanner satisfactory to both countries :i
can'live on less than $8 a week, buta I
been the practice of rich men to seek and without doing violence to any
man's minimum stands unexplainedand places for themselves or their friendsin past treaty or lowering the honor of j I _

uninvestigated. the state or national law making this country. Japan will readily recognize -,
o the dual character of the United _
liberal of
the ,
bodies by use money.
health officials have de-
Chicago Tillman these that'States governmental machinery. The I
Senator warns men For Day
clared war on unpurified finger bowls, federal constitution reserves to the
the
the doors of states prison are
'l which looks like a new way of fight- national exclusive
yawning for such men and sooner or government power
ing the tip evil. I in certain matters and to the
gives
The [
I Io later will get them. senator I and
might have gone farther and said that!; states certain rights and powers that
That French scientist who said man '
'do with the federal
conflict
not
con-
them.
descended from the them bullfrogmusthave out the Every states year the prison lines is are getting tightening on stitution, and the states have certain EveningWear : 'a '
been watching hopping
I these dollar statesmen and the federal inherent rights that the national government N'
automobiles.o
of
of the way does not interfere with.
and states prisons are filling up with
{ the fact that the
Japan recognizes
this class of
o Engineers and firemen are to be I gentry.These the
Washington government went
men break into the halls of
taught fuel economy by means of a i. limit in its endeavor to restrain the
the law makers for evil
an purpose.
motion picture show on wheels. Moving -
California from
: legislature
first to there and passing
They use money get
pictures, as one might say. j the offensive bill, and is conscious of
I then use money, or attempt to use I
o
the that
fact the national
govern-I
money, on their colleagues to influ-
Another speed maniac was killed:
ment of the United States has acted
last week in making a spectacularrun. i I. ence legislation. That is what these: in good faith. This being true Japan Our Personal Guarantee
men go there for. That is there spe-
The auto speeder nearly always
| will not in
threatening
engage any
E takes world.the straight cut into the other cial But purpose the day of and that they sort boldly of politics go to it.is agitation of the subject, but will unite Accompanies Every Pair \\' \\

passing and those who stubbornly insist -( with Mr. Bryan in a friendly adjust- ,
o
ment of what at one time seemed a
on dollar politics are rapidly get-
The congressmen who talked about I vexatious
problem. As a matter of
investigating the baseball trust seem ting assignments in state and federal !fact the nations will have
two
greater -
to all be sitting on the bleachers pull institutions where twelve men do the confidence in the integrity of each Marion B. Ives
balloting that sends them there.
the home
ing for club.-Register, The other after this episode than before.
American
W. Va. people are demand
Wheeling, The diplomacy of both countries has
ing cleaner politics and are going to
Mexico has been o compelled to bor- have it. The da yof the old polit- been put to the test and both have .
shown honest
desire
an to do right
row a large sum of money at an extravagant bered.ical bosses and professionals are num- and avoid offensive conduct. ; EXCLUSIVE MILLINERY PARLORS
rate of interest. But she
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never has to borrow trouble. That I

always comes unsolicited. GONE BUT NOT FORGOTTEN 1 I Stock raising has been transferredfrom Second FloorAS
the Western New
plains to York
o Every day will be like Sunday upon
Wednesday marked the end of the Piety Hill at Tallahassee in a few City. The Wall street stock raising

use of passes on West Virginia rail- more weeks when the political clowns excels any other in the world.
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roads as the law recently adapted by and jesters pack their grips and pull o

the legislature against passes be- out for the old homesteads.The The Sponge Exchange Bank in Tar- OTHERS SEE THE DANCE.A I

came effective on that day.A denizens of the pine clad hills pon Springs has declared an annual

o of the seat of government will gather dividend of 15 per cent upon its capi-
Washington woman makes the beneath the friendly branches of the tal stock of $30,000 and added $15,000to Peerless, in one of the leading AUTOMOBILE

prediction that in the year 2013 Chinaberry tree, eat watermelon and the surplus, making the capital and boarding schools of London, who has

women will wear trousers. We know swap yarns about their wise states- surplus $50,000.Subscribe several hundred young ladies under

men who are willing to admit that men, while Jones will go right on pay- her supervision and whose welfare is i'

some women wear the trousers now. ing the freight. for the Sentinel. placed in her keeping, finds that the
o dance of today is a source of great BULLETIN

It is said that there will be some concern and the ball room the ante-

unusually good melons cut in New 4' room to evil. In writing on the sub-

Jersey this year. No doubt; oil and : ject she says:

gasoline have gone up o few points I "My grandmother often told me of

several times during the past year. the shock she experienced on first be- These are Bargains In Re-Built Cars. Each one is

-o holding the polka, but I wonder what I guaranteed to be in first-class condition, is fully equipped
The 50,000 postmasters who have she would have said had she been

got to take Civil Service exams are asked to introduce a well brought up and ready to run.

perhaps wishing now that they hadn't WATCH girl of 18 to the scandalous travestiesof I

spent quite so much time in school dancing which, for the first time in

throwing spitballs.-Greenville, ((0.) my recollection, are bringing more ',' 1 1910 Cadillac, Good Condition
FOR OUR ,
Advocate.
young men to parties than are needed.

. 0 "I need not describe the various' $550.00
Many Orlando merchants report the South American '
horrors of American, -
heaviest spring sales in the historyof OPENING and negroid origin. I would only'''

their business. They have, also,
ask hostesses to let one know what
done the heaviest amount of advertising : 1 1912 Flanders Car
Touring
complete
in
DAY houses to avoid by indicating some ,
in the history of their business. cards wheth-'
way on their invitation
The point is obvious. $500.00.
t er the 'turkey trot,' the 'Boston'-the .!
o--- beginner of the evil-and the 'tango'
When your eyes first open in the "
morning, get up. At least that is will be permitted. I I 1 Model G. Four Cylinder Cad-

the advice of the New York Press .
Dozing, it says, is not admissible A tennis club has been organized at illac $150.00San

iti, from any reasonable or health point CARUTHERS & GORE : Clermont and money subscribed for ,
r- : of tennis court. The
of view. I the building a

0 ,. I :I court will be laid out on the lakeshore
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With only five per cent of the farm- ,I just north of the Tampa and

ers of California of Japanese extrac- I Gulf railroad.

tion, and the little Jap farmer selling J Juan garageu

fifty-five per cent of the farm and The reason there is plenty of room : S

garden products. there is furnished at the top is because most of the :!
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SUMMER DRESS GOODS NEW SILK WAISTS SHOES? WELL, YES


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

new weaves and designs.. In soft Lawns, India Mulls, Batiste, Violets etc. Silk Chiffons, Messalines, and Chiffon Taffetas Especially charmingare and Gun Metals. We have the Famous "SOROSIS" and "QUEENQUALITY"

13c to 50c. shoes for Women and Children, and in
Prices range from the new Hungarian effects. All sizes, Prices $2.50, $3.00, $3.50, our Men's goods, we
have "BOARDMANS SPECIAL" shoes at from
$3.50
to $5.00 a pair
$3.73: $4.00 and $3.00.SUMMER .
SILKS of which are guaranteed to give the wearer satisfaction, or I will make

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them saticfactry and there are no strings attached to the guarantee;
A splendid quality just received of 27-inch Japanese Habutai (Lyons BOYS': WASH SUITS
attend to that
we right here in he store.D'e .
) and full weight. Ideal for dresses, separate waists, underwear.
Are indicative of Summer's approach. 0' thisline
along We also have the best Work Shoe that we can buy, and prices are

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

time are manifest in the delightful assortments we have to offer in
36 INCH WASH SILKS
White Repps and Calateas, Corduroys, Linens, Cashmerette, Crash, SHOES
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In Ivory white and cream only, in fine Twills and corded Repp, also Riplette, etc., in every size. We are particularly well fixed on this'line, and as we only handle

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




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SEMINOLE CIRCUIT COURT NOT ORLANDO MOVING FORWARD. : FRIENDS REMEMBER ORLANDOIt OVIEDO I

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WADE It is a good idea for Orlando peo- is always a pleasure to receive Oviedo, Fla., May 22.-Dr. and Mrs. '

THE TUNER Hon John C. Jones and Judge John ple to keep tab on what is going on letters from our friends. Orlando has Polhill, of Hawkinsville, Ga., and Irs'i j

ORLANDO FLA. W. Perkins had intended holding the in the city by way of improvementsthis many good friends who live here in Polhill of Sanford, were guests of Mr. j I
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i regular term of Circuit Court for season. Everywhere new housesare winter and north in summer and it is and Mrs. James Argo this past week.

Sanford which would have been next rising from the ground and theyare a genuine pleasure to hear from those Mr. Tope and Miss Jennie Hope AUTOMOBILES FOR RENTE.

Tuesday. But the following telegram from point of architecture better friends. were in Titusville several days attend- L. Murray
James T. Roe,, of Cincinnati, Ohio,
from Judge Perkins changes the plan: than those of previous years. Store Mrs. Mary J. Conant Neill writes ing Quarterly Conference. Office Phone 409-Residence Phone 511

is in the city on business. i iMr. ; Tallahassee, Fla., May 22, 1913. buildings are being repaired, tn- I under date of May 19, and says that Miss Willie Dumas, after a most 0
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Hon. John C. Jones, Orlando, Fla.: larged and beautified, new business upon her arrival at New York, she pleasant visit with friends in Chul-
to fill bill for fresh
S. Belch has retruned from a I now prepared your
Will not open court at Sanford 'till blocks bein constructed; two new found the weather unusually cold for uota, has returned home.
visit to relatives in Melbourne.Mr. groceries, staple and fancy, cold
fall term. Governor so advises.J. churches will be built, new school this season of the year. Misses Eula Mann and Edith How-
drinks, and ice cream served daily.
W. PERKINS. house erected, depots enlarged and She mentions her friends in Orlando ard are with friends in Geneva.
Alonxo Luke, of Tampa, was Call on them.
i This means that Sanford will haveno modernized and everything broughtup whom she greatly loves and says Miss Martha King went over to De-
Miss Marie Daniel has returned
transacting business in the city yesterday -
court until January, if the regular to the standard of a modern city. she looks forward to the coming of Land to see her sister, Miss Nellie,
( from a visit to relatives and friends
term is adhered to. Criminals will There will be several new lines of the Sentinel to give her the news of who is a student at Stetson. ,
at Viking.
have to lie in jail and litigants await business established including an ice Orlando and when it arrives she reads On Tuesday evening a birthday ,
Miss Kittie Vanderpool, after a Geneva public school closes next
the action of Court six months hence, cream and candy factory of a certainty that, first of all, even ahead of her I 1 party was given for Mr. Andrew Au- ;
short visit in the city, returned to her t Friday. On the following day, May .
The new county is truly in a disor- with the possibility of anotherice own local papers. And in this connection I lin by his sister, Miss Mary Aulin. i ij
24th there will be Lake
home Maitland, last evening.Mrs. a picnic on
ganized condition. The Governor holds and cold storage plant. With the so beautifully says: "I miss i j Mr. W. H. Howard drove his new | Harney, given in honor of our faith.

that the new county must hold an completion of the sewer system and watching each morning for the cher- I 1 i car home from Orlando yesterday. ]
and efficient teachers Misses McLain
J. C. Handley and daughter j ful -
election. But who has power to call the paving of fifteen miles of street ry-faced boy who faithfully left our Mr. Blackwell has bought Mr. Ba- ,|
Edith who have spent the past winterin and Geiger, whose untiring ef-
an election and who has power to call Orlando will look like a new city and copy every day; hence, I write you con's town place. i iI 'I
the city, returned to their home in forts in the performance of duty have
canvass the votes? County Commis- will attract many good people who this note'that I may be sure to receive The Oviedo Magazine Club met i!
Arden Delaware, yesterday. '' i made the term a success.
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sioners do not convene until Au- i will come here and abide with us. my papers here." And adds, "I shall with Mrs. Mead at Lake Charm last i'
i j Miss Emma Proctor has returned
gust and that body is the most important Orlando has a brilliant prospect and surely return to Orlando in the fall Friday afternoon. New food plants :!
Clarke Robertson's cut flowers will from a visit to friends near Chulnota.
piece of machinery for the all that is needed is for everybodyto and enjoy my dear little rest cottage were under discussion and proved a ;
Kitchen. Mrs. G. P. Geiger is reported quite
be on sale at Ned Butts' Candy
new county as it has to do with its be public-spirited and become a around which cluster many loving very interesting subject. "Suffrage"will I
trust she
5-21 6t sick. We may soon re-
finances and in fact is the only body booster.Do memories." be the topic for next meeting.Mr. .

: possessing power to start off the new B. G. Smith and Mr. Hanna i I cover.
Mr. and Mrs. Rombay, of Austin, ,
county.i you want to buy an auto- TilE GREENVILLE (OHIO) ADVOCATE with several others recently enjoyeda
Texas, are in the city and will remain : CONWAY
mobile? If so, you should by all short camp in the woods.
I
several weeks looking the --
over
i F N. Boardman, who always means read the advertisements of the Mrs. H. B. McCall's mother, who
county with a view to becoming res I Conway, Florida, May 22, 1913.-
i'has something good in the quality San Juan Garage, which appear else- During the winter several tourists resides in Lakeland, is with her for
idents. Col. Beachamp started on a long
'line, has some especially good offers where in the Sentinel. from Greenville, Ohio, who were the present. I
: i journey a few days ago. He went
: that he is putting before the people at friends of this office were very proudof 1 The Mission Study Circle met with I
Mr. A. W. Newett, of the Orlando to San Francisco, thence to Hawaii
this time. Mr. Boardman proceeds L. W. Tilden, a prominent Orlando their home paper, The Greenville Mrs. Dillingham Lawton Tuesday af
State Bank and George A. Bass of i and will visit China, Japan and other
on the theory that the people want county citizen, was in town yester- Advocate. They brought in several ternoon.
the Orlando Bank & Trust Company 1 points of interest on his way to England
good reliable goods and he makes his day attending the session of the copies to show us how good they were The boys of Oviedo are very anxiousto
I went to Daytona yesterday for I where he will visit. until after
purchases with that idea in view. Florida Citrus Exchange.TampaTribune. and it did not take long to convinceus become organized as Boy Scouts,
a short outing on the seashore. the holidays, when he will return to
j
Read his special announcement in an- and we immediately sought an exchange but have so far been unable to securea I
i iMr. his home in Florida. All his friends
I other column. i I and Mr. W. A. Browne the leader. Evidently, the parents and
James H. Sadler, of Oakland i ( | wish him bon voyage and safe re- '
: The Palm Villa Hotel at Palm Cityis proprietor, kindly responded. It isa ( friends of these future men don't
was in the city last night enroute to
Tallahassee to see how our lawmakersare I Jr. 0. U. A. SI. of Orlando CouncilNo. nearing completion. It is a fine newspaper of unusual worth. 1:i realize what they are leaving undone. I I I turn.Mr.. Adolphus Keem 'and familywere

25 invite your presence at their three-story building of concrete blocks Is it strange that the young people
doing things, and to see the coun- Sunday visitors at the home of
try surrounding the State Capital.Dr. II open meeting to be held in the Lu- with nineteen rooms with running water FOR RENT i' of small villages get out to the cities Mr. E. S. Scott .

cerne Opera House Sunday May 25th, in each and a bathroom on each I' as soon as possible where there is Conway people are well pleased

and Mrs. J. C. Howell, Mr. and I,,3 p. m. Rev. P. Body, of the Emmanuel floor. Mr. and Mrs. 0. W. Coffin have Nice large rooms, furnished. Con- "something doing," that the meat market is in running

Mrs. Stanley, Miss Safford and Miss !I Baptist Church will deliver the the management of this hotel.StuartNote venient for business people, also light order with nice fresh meat on Tues
I afternoon address. Come and bring in Times-Union. house keeping. Delightful location GENEVA JOTTINGS.
Hainer, motored to Winter Park yesterday days and Saturdays.
afternoon to attend the Rol' your friends. 18.6t I; with or without board. Terms very i Mrs. Daniel Simmons and children

lins Assembly, before which Mr. Vic i; i The Woman's Civic Improvement reasonable. Address, "C" care Sentinel -I Geneva, Fla., May 22.Miss Alice were visitors at :Mr. :Miles Simmonsfor
I
Dr. Bennett's office phone is No.227 Club office. 5-22 tf Farley, of Malabar, is visiting friends I week She has
tor S. Starbuck read a number of i in Fort Lauderdale is going to a or so. returnedto

original poems. Brick Building, Orlando Sanitarium. have a permanent home of its own. here.Mrs.. her home in Chuluota.

5152w. Mr. H. G. Wheeler has donated the i LOST-On the streets of Orlandoa Etta Roberson entertained her
gold bar pin, rose diamond in Sunday school class of girls Saturday
Dr. Bennett's office is No.227 I club a splendid lot for a site for the
phone
,
center. Finder please leave at Sen- afternoon. Several hours Any man will succeed in this life
Brick Building Orlando Sanitarium. MONEY TO LOAN-Apply at the proposed building, which tinel office. were spentin
was a very It music and games, both mirth if he keeps his heart warm and his
Sentinel office. 5.18 tf provoking
5-15-2w. ,appreciated but unexpected surprise.
head cool.T. .
I and instructive after
I Dr. Bennett's office phone is No.227, which
for Mr. Phillips, the photographer, tooka
Shanibarger's bicycles and Money to loan on improved prop- sometimes it is political injustice. Brick Building, Orlando Sanitarium.
photo of the class
and refreshmentswere J. Shepard has not got a barrel
Sundries. tf S. Y. WAY. 5152w.
erty. It isn't right that always prevails
; served, consisting of candy, cake, of money, but has got a barrel of

lemonade, etc. A pleasant time was honey. This honey is from the Apa-

... .,11111111111",111111,111111111111111",111'1111111111111111 11111111111111111111111111111111111I reported. lachicola River Valley and very fine.

Geiger Bros. have moved into their 1 qt, 35c, 3 qts. $$1.00. qts $1.25.

new store near the depot, and are 5-20-31


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Pictures Changed Daily. I DOLLAR AND A HALF AND UP

I A two-reel Vitagraph drama of intrigue. An adventuress
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i traps a man and his younger brother, but both succeed in disentangling AT

FIRST SHOW, I v 7:15 P.M I themsehes from her web. In doing so, however,

; there are complications that involve: a number of people, some
SECOND SHOW < 8:15 PM '
unscrupulous and some otherwise. The settings of this playare SCRUGGS & DICKSON

beautiful, and the ensembles are very attractive, the story

is entertaining, and the acting is without flaw. The story is ;I THE MEN'S OUTFITTERSHome .

PRICES ALWAYS 5 c. and lOc. I .handled in a most satisfactory way and its conclusion tells the

audience what came of it all and leaves an impression to lingein of Hart, Schaffner and Marx Clothing
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; within ten mile! of Jericho he was
In Heaven- I
asked for his opinion on the cider wI
question, and the man who favored .. l/l./Ih : THE MARKET

Perhaps pepiK-ruiiut couldn't do business with =--- !o.td / /m/ .1 JjJ ,. i
the sassafrasers. Many people triedto =
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M. QUAD smooth over the quarrel, but when J -= .
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they. went ti' .Joab he said: ii I L Of Cleanliness Of Quality
l'op'ri- ''1S. by Associated Lit- "I'm uillin" enough to be friends ; .. ", T... ;f
.ry I'ress. with Most>. but durn his hide, he's : _.r{''' // ,;, I

got to droll; that peppermint business ,;; .. _. '';''''.;.'.',. \ t:.". 1n \'' / {{ .<.:..... FRESH AND SALT MEATS
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Nobody! (i+uld! ever exactly fix the .::-. -- !''':"'::' ., : ', .. "I'b. .':., I
they would to Moses and
date vi hen ;lie dispute between Joab go 9 \\\1 ( J ..ill""I;'. r FISH AND GAME
talk and argue and point out his duty. e. 1/'' ..."
Warner and Moses :-tilu-dl originated, ; f'I Ii < "' :. fJt !
but lie would shake his head and reply: ,
that it i Kept under the best sanitary conditions.
but it was generally concluded
"It's talkin' till Joab lets t\
ny UM :goof ; tI
lasted twenty 1C years before Providence .sassafras. lie's stickin" to it jest I l; J A Vacation HintBefore I
put an end to it One fall evening because he's pigheaded and wants to i I Everything screened away from the flies, and kept freshI
when Delhi consisted of only seven come out on top." you buy a railroad ticket' and
houses and a huckleberry patch, Joab The thing had been going on for near for this or that summer resort, I pure.

and Moses met at the postofflce, and ly forty years, and Joab and Moses had come in and look at our MidSummer -,
We invite inspection and satisfaction. We have
after a little talk Joab said: got to be grandfathers and old men guarantee
Woolen line and let
"Moses, I'm told that you've got a I when they met at the postoffice for the us make i i everything in the Meat Line.
tolerable appetite for cider." last time. Both were tottering and cool Summer Outing Suit for \\111( jl jla !

"Yes tolerable," admitted Moses. I feeble, and as they caught sight of ir ii you.We '
"You allus lay in a bar'l for winter?" each other Joab called out: make a specialty of Nor- |"
"I surely do." I, "It's that blamed peppermint workin'in folks and will be pleased to ifBUSINESS The PARLOR MARKET

"And what do you put into it to keepIt I your system, and I don't care how show you a few of our latest M
from gettin hard and twangy?" soon it takes you off!" I models.Men's '
"I allus use a little peppermint""I've "It's that sassafras in your blood"replied -J\ I; H. M. Self & Co.
beard you did, and I'M goin' to Moses, "and your folks needn't Fashion
tell you of a better thing. Put in sas- expect me to come to your funeral! ((1 Shopr
safras instead of peppermint, and The next day both of them were in
you'll have a bar'l of cider equal to bed, and after looking them over the Hand Building (IIII I 18-20 PINE STREET

, champagne. You know how folks cry doctor said their time had come to go. Cor. Church and Orange Orlando a
for my cider along in the winter, and They lasted two weeks and died on
It's the sassafras what does it" the same day, but before dying Joab III i Illlli'' HIII '' glll'' "ilNt Phone No. 80
"Sassafras couldn't beat peppermint" sent word to Moses:
laYs Moses as he shakes his head "I ain't got no pity for such a critter.
"But it does beat it all holler," says If you'd used sassafras you might have --------- -- -- -- -- --- --- --__ -

Joab. "You use it once and you'll be lived to be 100 years old" BOOSTERS [ MMIilllMIIIHMMMJ 1111111111111.111.lllllllllllllllllllllllllllllleIIJ.In .
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grateful to me all the rest of your When Moses received the message
Business Boosters (classified advertisements I
: he braced and
life." up ent back word:
) received after 10 o'clock,
"I don't doubt well, Joab, "Nobody wants any pity from you.
you mea midnight, will be run in the "Too Lateto New QuartersWe
but I shall stick to pepperi>llnt" If thar's cider in beaten they'll use Classify" column.
"I'm givin you sassafras, Moses." peppermint to keep It from growln Boosters of five lines, or less-approximately THE ONE CIGAR THAT
"And I'm givin' you peppermint, hard." 30 words-one time, 25
Joab." rents; three times 50 ; one week

"Waal, I wouldn't give peppermint to A King In Disguise.A (six daily and one weekly editions) EVERYBODY LIKES
a grubby calf!l" ruler who journeyed to the scene $1.00; one month, $3.00. are now located in the new Hyer

"And I wouldn't give sassafras to an of his inauguration in disguise was the
illin' hog!' king of Roumania. Prince Charles of FOR touring HIRE-Nice car. Large seven and passenger roomy. & Davis building on Church street.

That was the beginning of the dispute. HohenzoIIern traveled to Bukharest in 4-20 tf J. B. MAGRUDER.BUY .

They didnJtf lay hands on each 19C6 in defiance of the powers when HAWLEVSSTRAIGHTS We are better prepared to fill all
ether, but they felt edgeways, and they war between Prussia and Austria was a lot in Thornton Park, a nice your
Mm met without bringing up the imminent In Switzerland he had a suburb in east part of the city Carl
theHARDWABE
wants in
question They had it all to them- passport made out in the name of Jensen.
elves at first but after a bit other "Karl nettln en," going to Odessa on
OAK HILL is the beautiful subdivision
folks were dragged into it and a good business with a special note recording
to the Northeast of the city and
share of the county was divided Into that Herr Uettingen; wore spectacles.At I[ still have some choice lots there. I Get the best cigar at five LINE
"peppermints" and "sassatra ers." the Austrian frontier a customs official Carl Jensen. ; cents, the next time you
Beth disputants were church memo demanded his name, and the ; want to smoke-judge for
bers and belonged to the same church, prince had forgotten it Happily FOR RENT-Five room cottage with yourself.
and the pastor finally called them before Councilor Von Werner, who accompanied all modern conveniences. Garagefor THE
him and said: him. had the presence of mind to auto, or horse and buggy. Apply
"See here brethren, why this dispute create a diversion by insisting upon 515 East street 5-15 tf
HELMS HARDWARE
r paying duty for some cigars and mean-
Made in Orlando and sold
'Cause Mose is a mule." replied while the prince consulted his passportSo GROVES TAKEN CARE OF ;
Joab. he proceeded safely on his second ; by all dealers.
"'Cause Joab is an idiot," replied class journey.-London Chronicle. COMPANYIMIHIIIIIHIIIIMIIMMMMiMtlMHIiMIM
I Plowing, mowing, team work, heavy
Moses. hauling, etc. Having been engaged
"That is not Christian talk." Strenuous Chivalry.._ all my life in caring for groves, I am IIMMIMIIMIHniMMIIi ., .
"Let him give up, then, and say he's It is complaned that modern conditions prepared to please you. Satisfactionin '
wrong." are killing "the chivalry of the every line of work. L. M. HALL, 'HftMMMIMMitMMMIIIillKeep
-He's the one that's got to give up." middle ages." But mediaeval tales 608 Division street, Orlando, Fla.
"But you will divide the church if and romances show what that chivalry 5.141 mo.
you keep this up," warned the pastor 1, really was. Wife beating was a common WELCOME TO Cool
"I'd hate to see it," replied Moses, incident on the part of those FOR RENT-A seven-room house,
"but peppermint's the thing to preserve I knights and gentlemen whose gallantry Modern improvements. Fine loca ROYAL PALM
cider." I! was a mere convention. The Chevalier tion. Rents very reasonable. Apply

"And I will never divide a church if de la Tour-Landry! in his book of coun- .214 East Church St., Orlando, Fla.
I kin help it," added Joab, "but no- sels to his daughters tells them the 5.18.3tFOR BARBER SHOPModern
body but a idiot would use peppermLt i story of a woman who used to contra-
Sassafras is the thing, parson-sassafrasf -I dict her husband in public. One day, SALE Large Lot near Methodist and Complete. Fireless CookersAND
after expostulating in vain he knock. Church. Whole or part. Withor
"Peppermint, parson-peppermint!" ed her down, then kicked her face and without dwelling Address or wire.E. Everything new, individual
"But if both are good"- broke her nose. "And so," commentsthe N. Coy, Irondequoit, N. Y. 5-10-tf electric attachments at every

"But they hain't! good chevalier, "she was disfigured chair. No stone has been left
Almost every night in the year Joab for life, and thus, through her ill FOR SALE-Full blooded Jersey cow
unturned to make this shop
and Moses met at the postofflce, and behavior and bad temper, she had her fresh. Apply G. W. Rine residence
Lakeville near Clarcona. Phone No. meet th erequirements of the ELECTRIC FANSTO
after sort of elbowing each other nose spoiled, which was a great misfortune -
20-22, Apopka, Fla. of
most particular. Plenty
around for a spell Joab would say: to her." But not a word Is said d&w5.143t
"Why hello, Moses is that you? I about the husband's brutality. room. Courteous attendants.

thought" 1 smelt peppermint around HOUSE AND LOT-A bargain. Size ELIJAH WHITEHEAD, KEEP COOL WITH
here!
lot 80 x 150 near lake on Hand Proprietor.
t "And I smelt sassafras soon az Wlllii'i Question. street. Seven room house finished in
you left home!" Moses would reply. I "Pa." Curly Pine. Fruit trees and shrub- Orange Ate., Orlando, Fla.EVERYTHING .

"Still stickin' to it, are you, that pep "Yes, Willie." bery. $1,500 if sold within ten days. -.- ELECTRIC IRONS AND TOASTERS
permint is the right thing to keep cider "Pa how Is It that my hair has grown Good reason for selling. Box 659.
from gcttin too hard longer than yours when yours baa 5-22 3t
"I am. and anus I shall and so would frown longer than miner
FOR COMFORT
any one else but a horn fool!!" LOST-On the principal streets of
There would be more to it. and a Her Dear Friend. ..Orlando a short black silk coat. j
dozen mea would go over the questionand "Jack is blindly In lore with JOB." Finder return to McCullough's Department -
call bach other fools and liars, and How do you know?" Store and receive reward.

the trouble kept spreading. It beat "He told me be didn't think you 19-3t ItaP rl[ L[ [lLT[ IL C L
Joab when he ran for supervisor, and it looked a day over twentT-nln*"-Tolfr -IN- CO11i Int.
downed Moses when he wanted to be do Blade. LOST-Nickel cover for auto sparker. '
Finder please return at Sentinel -
office with name and address. FEEDFOR
HAND
5-22 2t BUILDING

IT PAYS TO BUY OUR KINDWE FOUND-Pair of nickle-plated plyers iiiiiiiiiiiinHim
Owner call at Sentinel Office. -

tWW W W04WtwGGGGGGGGWKWiw4flplKi

HAVE THE BEST STOCKOF LOST-Pair gold chain attached.of nose Finder glasses please with UV[ STOCKLAUBACH LIGHT THE;

leave at this office and receive reward.17-3t,

PATH TO PROSPERITYMerchants I
FOR SALE-Scotch Collie, male, fine
SpringClothing pedigreed stock. One year old. For
further particulars, address, Mrs. T.
P. Robinson, 404 Boone street, Or- I The Grain Man.
who use,Electric Signs never lose
lando. d 3t w It iI' I
I Church Street, Phone 18 their way by'choosing the wrong road to suc
"Make good" with good printing; i
you can get it at the Sentinel. Facilities cess. You simply cannot fail to attract new

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

Ever shown. This stock includes YOU ARE THE MAN WE ARE trade within its reach: That is the 'reason

REGAL SHOES, $3.501.00, AFTERIt ftHIMIMIHIIimilMMAutos they command the attention of buyers. I
$t50. is your business that we want.

It will be a pleasure to show your Ours business.is the service that you need in | For Every Store OwnerNo I

you the difference between our Now is the time to make your plansso For Rent at

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

Ride in a Good Car.'Phone .
A. Horn



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REPAIRING A SPECIALTY. .
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THE SERVANT QUESTION.


Friction Maid; May Between Be Avoided.Mistress and Lucerne Theatre

ORLANDO BANK
Women spoil their servants because & TRUST COMPANY

they do not trust them and tho faultIs

more with tl.e mistress trade! with

the maid for women who -ire edu. .
.
sated and mature should I... H k.:uer Capital and Surplus and Undivided Profits $120,000.09. I .lN "" --Y _'

and wiser in their dealings nui worn : ..
Total Resources over Thre -quarlers of a Million.
tu who are not educated any eV ho u ;,' ,t ALL THIS WEEK:
cause of their autctetletits aud limiietl -
experience, are *>o immature that in \j jHany Statement of the Orlando Bank and

ways they are my like children |I :"' ... .;..... --- 1 :' Trust Co, at a Ole of Business
'
'
If the her mistress of ]1 & \ Mr. Clark Mour
maid Aspects .
: ; s presents
trying to get every bit of work out of i 'Y 1'( I" \.1 April 16th, 1913-The Ser-
her that is possible and of paying her I : -.'' 'a I
j-j& nth Anniverury of
the smallest wages; that she can I JK.T i ...
suade her to take, if the mistress is Ak : :1"A \" c; : Its Existence "ENRI ROhTNDOF ;
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sure that tie 111:1111111 do as little'work 'I t"t: .
and will "strike" for -ff
as she ran .' I -
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the maximum wages, what else cau "''' _. !' J ,

they be but enemies, bow else can they l.... l -It' <.:: : ; .'. : RESOURCES CALCUTTA, INDIA _ _
askance? Fan- +t ;:t-J: "Tlt"f \ I
look at each other but ..l. --1::
: and
1'L ". Loam DiaeountJ..3
cy having in your house not only a per 1f .t 8,197.8I Famous Exponent and
feet stranger but line who considersyou r'MR'.f Overdrafts. .............. 922J2 I Purveyor ri xi

to be her enemy with the certain J,:..' Real Estate, Furniture 'i of East India Mystic Novelties, "

knowledge also that she is unfriendly ,, .jr.. ,, and Fixtures .......... 25353.44Stocks ''in his >
{ .. Exciting Thrilling and
o ; # ,
to you. And yet that is the kind of I i 'i.t i'. fJfIt -.": :a' I and Bonds .. ..... 26,018.53

discord( which exists every day and all" I } 'r I "' Cash on hand and in Banks 36,267.61 I Entrancing Program of
day in "the best regulated families. r
t e'!le I i a.
knowledge of the workto .r rr'
A practical i
be done an ability to convey that l ? p i:: Total ...It ...........$789,260.08 I I ESOTERIC NOVELTIES

servants to observe !
knowledge to r LIABILITIES Including Rostand's Most Fascinating
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without appearing to observe, to ('or- I .jI J

rest without naggin and to show I let .. .. 1 Offer
1 Capital Stock ...... .$100,000.00Surplus
friendliness without familiarity all I
I I + and UndividedProfits f r
these will enable us to give to a maid "
a sense of personal freedom and responsibility ear 1 i ................ 24,1415 | CLAIRVOYANT VISIONS :

and a practical knowledgeof M t Deposits ... It .... ... ... 665.11518 ; Most mysterious act ever presented '

the details of her work which will w L k'

tend to dissipate the hostility engendered I Total ................$789160.08 and never attempted by

by years of misunderstanding.- F. s' any other living person. This '

Century. '"aa swi : act alone gives Rostand a pre-
l
Deposits April 4HIS..I5MJ75.65 I
FLOATING GARDENS.They eminent place among the world's %r; ,>' .
Deposit April 18, 1913.. M541US .

Have Them Anchored With I StalM GtrcruuBt, State and Couty Depodttrj I&eretM in 12 days ......'..7,239.6r. greatest mystifiers.
in!: Hedges In Mexico. LiV.1 L JiMMHtllHIUMMMtMlltHttMIHMtlHIIiilllMMMMtMIIMHIHIMtttllll I I

The imagination of man has ... r. :, o---_ 0 ..... ....r.
been Impressed by floating islands. In !

ancient times such islands were regarded : Don't Fail to seeCLARK
with superstitious reverence

and the romantic story of Delos-the

natal isle of Apollo and Artemis-is I MOUNTS

but one of the many cases recorded in i
classical literature of vagrant islands W.M.SLEMONSDo

in the sea.

Pliny says that in the lake of.Vadi. : --- THAT SINGING; COMEDIAN
monis there is a dark wood which is
never seen in the same place for a day; : AND ENTERTAINER

and a night together, and he describesthe b.
Islands called Calamlnae (I e. I you want to buy Men's Shoes-King Quality at $3. 50, 4.00 or 500. ,$4pS ." )Ir. Mounts' Repertoire includes

"made of reeds"), in Lydia, which were I "YE OLDE TYME" BALLADS
Crosset Shoes at -4.00.Vomen's Tan Shoes at $3.50; Tan Pumps, $3.50, GunMetal n?
not only driven by the wind, but could I
be pushed about from place to place or Patent Leather Shoes or Pumps at $3.50.Ve have new styles and of merit and are rendered with

with poles. best quality. .. + rare melodic beauty, which can.
Floating gardens-some natural and

some artificial-have flourished in many; not fail to please.Remember .

They parts are of the particularly world from advantageous early times.in Do You Want a Boys' Suit or Boys' Pants this is the lUg

regions exposed to floods where a gar- Y- q event of the Season. Clean Comedy -
den planted on terra firma would be We have a new stock to select from. The Men's Suits that we sell made by
ruined by these occurrences, while the and Charming Music Excellently

floating garden is undisturbed by the Schloss Bros. are well known all over the country. They are worn by Lawyers, Interpreted.

rise of the waters. The famous floating <
Doctors Bankers Merchants Farmers Skilled Workmen and who
men appreciate .
gardens of Kashmir are a case i in ft N : .. .
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point merit and correct style in the clothes they wear. We recommend them. :

The lake of Xochlmllco, near the The brand is a guarantee of quality. It is a pleasure to show these clothes, and 4' FSUAL FINE PROGRAM OF
city of Mexico, is nearly covered with
floating gardens called chinampas, on we\invite every man who reads this paper to visit our store and look at them. MOTION PICTURES WILL

which are raised vegetables and flowers -
for the markets. :\ RE PRESENTED
are
city They I
formed of floating masses of water. Just Received Mens' Mohair Suits .
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plants, covered with soil and securedby -

poplar stakes. The latter take root

and surround the islands with living

hedges.-Philadelphla Ledger. Admission e 5 and lOc

W. M. SLEMONS

Origin of Curtain Calk HOOK TICKETS NOT GOOD FOR THIS ATTRACTION
The first curtain call took place on
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Paris public, but nothing that they had I
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as"Merope, and the enthusiasm found I
expression in noisy demands to see the I

author. In a letter Voltaire says this .

of the Incident: "They dragged me out IN '
Get Better Walls and
and led me by force to the box occupied -

by the Duchess de Vllkrs and THE LINE OF UP TO DATE DRY GOODS, CLOTHING, ; With BishopricWall
tor driushtsr-tn-IaW, The whole thea Ceilings

ter seemed to have gone mad-all HATS AND SHOES, ALSO LADIES READY TO WEAR
shouted to the duchess to kiss me. Board

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to improve himself in every way he B. Salomon Orlando as long as the budding ply. Anyone 'who can drive nails can apply
it. Prices low. *
can never suspecting that anybody No More Cracked W as.
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PREVENTION stead of being a more or less plaster everywhere for cottages, bungaDear Sin:lacloned pleue find rcaltUnr far
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ton, and they will succeed, too, If he certain definite fac- thing that has been especially ages outbuildings and every kind of CI\Cfo=w:got from JOQ1tell."ca two roona
allows his mind to be diverted from Its I It It Largely a Question of Personal ognized as due to noted In the pyramid' the wonderful structure. ad it look. IaI.
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lessened
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Injury. Cast about and see if this Pneumonia is particularly a disease public. Journal of the American Medical pyramid of Glzeh the four sides have. Comes in sheets 4 feet square, read This
falling has not injured every person of city life and crowded living. With 1 a mean error of only six-tenths of an for use. Goes on dry. Just nail it to Investigate Todayl
Association. bare studding and walls and ceilings are
you hare ever known to fall Into It.- our present knowledge tbe prospectsare I Inch and twelve seconds In angle froma ready for decorators the same day. You can see this
Abraham Lincoln hopeful for the control of The construction nt Edges meet evenly-no panelling needed. 'wonderful. non.
pneumonia perfect square. warping, fue*re* %
No skill needed to apply it Saves a .
In the future through prevention. THE GREAT PYRAMIDS. this pyramid is thought to have ,MM month's time In building. sl.tUli'Wan board at
the store of any of the
In Luck. This Is of special importance to the in- ployed 100.000 men for thirty year o Bond dealers named below.
-How's your Ron getting along since dividual. Tbe avoidance of pneumoniais Methods of Building and Wonderful I more probably half a century.-Atl.ni $5,000 Anti-Warp Examine it carefully and _...,
Bishopric Wan Board is the only Wall learn bow you can maken'
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"Building up a good practice f f the disease by lessening the predisposition ing of the pyramid of Cheops, and his Discrimination.That FOR SALE BY '
"Yes. Indeed. He's only been practicing to it deductions are probably as correct as
her two grandmothers did not
a year, but he's already got one Men In middle life, particularly those those of any archaeologist of today .
hold quite the same place In her esteem
family which pays Its bill promptlyon about fifty, must learn during unset. for the modern Investigators have had
Indicated Mildred little
was by a fir
the 10th of every month.DetroltFree tled weather to avoid crowds, especially to depend very much on the ancientsfor
Press. when fatigued and when they have their Interpretations of inscriptions, of story eight of years Litte Red after Riding she bad Hood.heard. the. Orlando Novelty Works

been for a number of hours without etc.: "
"Oh. dear mer said Mildred 1 juscouldn't
Cruelty eating. Late at night when for any I This pyramid was first built In the
stand it to have Grand.
my I
"1 hate to of reason a meal had been misled, crowdsare form of a flight of steps. After the
put some photographic
my eaten andI
mamma Ryce up by a wolf
dangerous. If this lesson could be workmen had completed the pyramidin
"Why so subjects?" on my plates. generally learned there would be less I'I this form they raKed the other could hardly stand it to hare my The Mastic Wall Board and Roofing ME Co., Cincinnati,Ohio
Grandmamma boner
Turner eaten (87)
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they are such sensitive -Woman's Home Companion.She's .
in short beams. from the ground to the
plates -Baltimore American.A es. The principal danger comes I
crowded street cars which, if possible first tier of Nteps. After the stone was
should be avoided at rush hours. It placed tbere- it wa raided to the second One WALL BOARDH.
Literary Noise.IlerWhat's I "I'd like to get a little runabout IfI
needs to be emphasized that the dan- tier l j another machine, for there
: that rasping sound in could afford "
one.
ger from overcrowding is greatly enhanced were as many macLKu: "" :i" theretiers were
the periodical room? I "I know how you could get one for
by fatigue and going without of stepS..y !Talest'u! :mi m
nim-Oh, tint's: where they are filing the asking."
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foot chine. If it O> -p"- :
the magaiiiie, New York American. ,..... "now?"
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clearer than it Like finished fi"M. ti" ..."t" -iUnniwere Ask our next door neighbor's
now much was. i :

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MiiiiiHiMiiiiiiiHiiiMmiinHHiHimiiiMiMi .t I I EXPOSURE OF ARMOR PLATE ,
S I I I
I FRAUD.

Louis C. Massey, President
Senator Ashurst of Arizona openly

T. Pktoo Warl... VktJ>ra. L Watery Sows CI IIr charged in the United States Senate a
Howard C. Babcock Au't CuUcr Samuel A.Newell Aw't CuUcr few days ago that the armor plate I
trust: had defrauded the governmentout
of $6,000,000 in their contracts
THESTATE during the Taft administration. Mr.
Ashurst said: What is theCHRISTMAS

"My investigation of this matter .
has convinced me of a most deplorable i
BANK state of affairs with regard to the :
purchase of armor plate during the SAVING '
last administration. As I have heretofore -
; stated, in the case of the '

dreadnaught Pennsylvania, approxi- CLUB ?
of Orlando mately 8,000 tons of class A armor
plate at $454 a ton, I have an expert ,
.. who is willing to testify that a good ..
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profit could be made on such plate at .
THE OLDEST BANK IN1THErCITY a price of $254 a ton. The differencein : Merely a'number ol people who arrange lo systematically
these prices netted the trust
-AND- 1600000. :. save certain odd pennies each week with the positive as-

Conspiracy Is Charged."I : surance that they will receive a check two weeks before
wish to add to that statementif
The Bank whkh transacts more business than those figures be found to be correct Christmas for every penny they have saved. .

any Bank between Jacksonville and Tampa class A armor plate on the
dreadnaughts Arkansas, Nevada,Tex-
as and Florida, which was let to the
The large patronage of this Bank has been built up trust; at $420 a ton, netted that or-

during twenty years by conducting its business on sound ganization swollen profit of $4,571- You can save any amount from 2 cents week up.
972 on 27,542 tons of this commodity. -
banking principles with careful attention to the legiti- None of this material, I am
mate wants of customers. The confidence of the publicis creditably informed, was passed on bya The 2 cents the first

reuected in the large amount of deposits. government expert for the very sim- week "club" nets $11.22
ple reason that there was no man in you
Average deposits First Quarter of 1913, $900,000. the employ of this country capable to

perform this important duty."I .
am not a jingoist or a large navy A
FOUR PER CENT PAID ON SAVINGS ACCOUNTS 1 man, but I do want the United Statesto
get a square deal and I intend to IT IS WORTH WHILE !
see this matter through to the fin-
sh."
Our correspondent banks are located in every part of The
senator said that for years the Call at the Christmas Savings Club Window and let us explain it more folly;
the world and include some of the largest Banks in the Midvale Steel Company, the Carnegie
Steel Company and the Bethlehem or better still loin some club now.
United States. Steel Company, comprising an abso-
lute monopoly in the production of
knillHMtMlimiMHIIIIIMIMMMMHIIIIIIIIH* armor plate, had maintained a lobby
------- -- -- in Washington and that
they had
A "MAN PARTY" FOR THE CLUB THOUGHTS FOR THE SWEET conspired to swindle the governmentout The Peoples National Bank"It
DE MARTESThe GIRL GRADUATE.Soon. of millions of dollars.In .
this connection the senator called
merriest and most novel of entertainments the attention to 'the investigation is a pleasure to serve you."
was given on Tuesday afternoon Commencement timeIs started in the house several years
when the Club de Marteswas drawing near; ago by John Sharp Williams, which
invited by Mrs. Waters Howe to The sweet girl grad resulted in the finding of a defective fetiJJJJJJJJJJJJJJlllJIllJiilMIIIIIIM IIIIIIIUIHMMI
the home of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Will soon be here.Birmingham. plate. This and other armor plate M111111111 niiiiiiiiHiimifHIMIIIIIIIIIUHIIM#I
Howe on East Central avenue. AgeHerald.And said the senator, had been furnished :
Each guest was presented with a the government at a profit of approx
card on one side of which was in- in her own imately 50 per cent.
scribed an amusing limerick on the Sweet, lovely way, Secretary Daniels says that the
name of the person for whom it was She'll settle prob- records in the navy department showan
intended. The reverse side bore the Lems of the day.Johnstown. "intolerable condition of affairs.1According REMEMBER THEBeginning
outline of a contest each word begin- -- Democrat to the records there was
ning with the word, "Man." An ex no competition. The steel trust hada 2
citing debate followed, the young ladies Then she'll go home monopoly of the business. Dummy,
of the Club (with a few excep With Bud and pa, bids were put in by three of the<
tions,) declaring that their organization And settle down trust companies and the spoils di-
was for "Girls Only" and that To helping ma. vided. Mr. Meyer, President Taft at i i n H Hn al

they knew nothing concerning the -Youngstown Telegram.And secretary of navy, was either a gross:
subject given them, and appealed ton incompetent or was implicated in the
the married members to aid them then she'll meet frauds. In either event the Americanpeople
supplying the answers. Miss Rita An ignorant loot, are the losers by several mil
Lawton was quickest to solve the Love, marry, cook- lions. --..
problem and was given a man ("Apollo And wash., to-- boot-----
," in a velvet suit) as a reward. -Nashville Banner. LUCERNE THEATER FRIDAY. -
The consolations, a book, "Why They -
Were Married," and a daintily framed The Orlando sweet graduateIs Great Program of Pictures. ,
print of the "Suffragette Man," wentto made of better stuff; Wednesday
Miss Willie Person and Miss Eula She will fool the young soft pate "The Stronger Call" (Reliance). A
Smith. When he tries to run his bluff. I most wonderful story of highest '
Delicious Russian tea and sand merit.
wiches refreshed the visitors after THE SAND IN THE CHICKEN "Willie and the Faithful SeITant"Mutual
their literary exertions and the remainder ( ). A rip-roaring comedy
of the afternoon was spent Complaint of the jobbers in the drama. MAY 21
in merry chatter. poultry trade against the trickery of "The Homestead Race" (American
The entire party was the "happy shippers who send chickens to mar- ). A gripping Western story, portraying
thought" of the clever and attractivehostess ket loaded with sand and gravel, presents life as it really was in the
,both the contest and limericks a new phase of an old problem.In early days of the far West.A .
being original. the comparatively primitive and picture program worth while. L.ASTJNG 10 D.A S
innocent days of the city it was charged Coming Saturday.
AUCTION BRIDGE against Daniel Drew of edifying "The Man Eater" (Lux. Feature).
memory that he used to brine cattleto One of the greatest pictures ever
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Nine tables of Auction Bridge players town, salt them well and give them shown in Orlando. Don't lv iss It: .
were entertained at the Rosalind much water before selling them, thereby
Club yesterday afternoon, and the teaching Wall street itself how STATE NEWS
party, which will be the last of the to water stock. -
season, was much enjoyed. After the The present iniquity, therefore, A number of carloads of melons will
games, the Hospitality Committee, should not be charged up to this age be shipped from Lady Lake this week.
Mrs. S. G. Dolive, Mrs. C. W. Smith, as a sign of increasing depravity. It -
Mrs. John Cheney, Miss Kilmer and merely shows that we recall the teach Clermont now boasts of ten automobiles
Mrs. Mallory served a dainty salad ings of the past and practice them in i owned by her own citizens.Several M. P. YOWELLTHE
course and iced tea. new ways. -
On next Thursday a luncheon will The pressing evil lies in the fact hundred feet of cement
be given at the Club for its members that while the jobbers for the retail sidewalks were laid in Winter Haven
after which the pretty rooms will be trade swear they will not buy sanded last week.
closed for the summer.A chickens, the shippers are unwilling -
to give up the established practice of D. S. Masters, an aged and highly
FAIR SAMPLE.A feeding a mixture of bread and gravel respected citizen of St. Augustine,
before offering: them in the market.It died in that city a few days ago.
fair sample of the "achieve is estimated that a carload of 4,000 -
ments" of the present legislature i is hens can be increased in weight as Work of extending the sewers in
found in a batch of bills submitted to much as 3,500 pounds by trick-feed Arcadia is progressing rapidly and BIG WHITE
the governor for signature on Mon- ing, thus increasing the value of the soon that city can boast of one of the -
load as much as $500. best sewerag systems in the state. -
day.There were ten bills in the lot. The disclosure of this trick of the -
Only two of them were of general i trade is an interesting contributionto The Miami Gas Company will soon STORE
state importance-one being the redistricting the high-cost-of-living discussion.Chicken commence laying mains in Riversidea
bill, the other a measureto prices for sand are rather suburb of that city. The improvements -
authorize more than the AL'PTA. 041' .1r1Pn111u.. .. .n..:
special tax school districts ---"'- -v. sn will cost the company $20,000. i nniii
to issue bonds, as provided for stand.-New York World. .
in the constitutional
amendment I The annual picnic of the Sunday GREY SENTINEL" AT THE FAVORITE TODAY.
adopted at the last general election. The Palatka News says: "The city schools of Arcadia, held at Boca and can handle any kind of boat that "THE LUCERNE
The other eight bills were of a park has the appearance of a Gardenof Grande last Friday, is said to have will go there. ,
strictly local character, affecting eacha Eden, especially when the shadesof been the most successful and enjoy- The pictures at the Lucerne yes "Stranger at Mt Ranch," a Western -
single locality.The evening have fallen, cluster elec- able ever given at that favorite re- The ice and electric company in terday evening were equal to any of drama.
redistricting bill is practicallythe tric lights having been recently in sort. Sarasota is preparing to greatly im- the season. "The Grey Sentinel," a "For the Child's Sake" (Eclair).
only measure of state-wide importance stalled. The park s now brilliantly prove its plant. The plans of the com striking scene from the Civil War,I A modern drama.
_ which has originated in and lighted at night, and with the foun- The Stuart Boat & Construction pany are to install entirely new and was one worth while as a historicalscene. "Baxter's Busy Day; (Powers). A
been passed by the present legisla- tain, shrubbery and flowers, rustic Company is the of improved machinery which will giveit A person could not go away refreshing comedy.
name bus-
a
new
ture.-Tampa Tribune. seats and bowers, presents a very iness enterprise which will operatea a capacity two and one-half times from such a show and feel that he had Open 2 to 5 and 7 to 10 p. m.
pleasing egect. boat yard in Stuart. It is under greater than at present. not received his money's worth. Admission 5 cents to all
,
Ladies Home Journal and Pictoral stood that they have put in a marine -
Review 'at Curtis & O'NetL Subscribe for the Sentinel. railway which has eight feet of water Subscribe for the Sentinel Subscribe for the Sentinel Subscribe for the SentinelI r



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