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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 25, 1913
Frequency: daily (except monday)
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando
Coordinates: 28.533611 x -81.375833 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1913.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 1, no. 269 (Dec. 20, 1913).
General Note: J.F. Schumann, editor.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 4 (Feb. 14, 1913).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Central Florida: Florida Digital Newspaper Library
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DAILY SENTINEL



THE PEOPLE'S PAPER. --

Direct Service Postal Telegraph until 2 a. m. PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING EXCEPT MONDAY. Orlando-Progressive Center of the Stag
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VOLUME ONE ORLANDO, FLORIDA, SUNDAY MAY, 25TH, 1913. NUMBER 90.

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CALIFORNIATIIIRTYSEVEN fATAL FiFTH BLOW\ BEING!Scussm 1 CITY mm[ ClOS S_1 YEAR


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COL THOMAS B. FELDER A PROMINENT
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KILLED AND ONE RECOGNIZED HEAVY WEIGHT i PRESIDENT HEEDS THE ADVICEOF KNOWN THAT DEAD MAGNATE ANNUAL COMMENCEMENT EXERCISES .
CITIZEN OF ATLANTA, !
LAID PARDONS I LEFT WRITTEN INSTRUMENT CELEBRATED -
AND SEVENTEEN CHAMPION PUGILIST JUDGES AND NOW BEING
HUNDRED GA.. ALEGED TO HAVE OF- I
INJURED WHILE CELEBRATING OUT BY ARTHUR PELKY SEVERAL MEN SENT UP : DISPOSING OF FORTUNE- FERED BRIBE, TRAPPED I IN THE VARIOUS

BIRTHDAY OF QUEEN LAST NIGHT FOR LONG TIME i, SON IGNORED Atlanta, May 24.-For some time I DEPARTMENTS
special to the Sentinel Special to the Sentinel. Washington, May 23.-President : Henry )!. Flagler left a will. This I past it has been suspected that Col. The 1912-13 school year has gone
Los Angeles, Cal, May 24.-Thir- Calgary, Alberta, Canada, May 24. Wilson yesterday disposed of twenty was stated by President Parrott of I I Thos. B. Felder, a prominent attorneyof I into history and the faculty, and the
ty-seven persons were killed and one -Luther McCarthy, the recognized eight appeals for clemency, restoringcivil the Florida East Coast road yesterday Atlanta, was unlawfully attempt- students will unite this week with,the
hundred and seventeen injured shortly heavyweight championship pugilistof rights to thirteen cases, grantingtwo afternoon in answer to the direct ques-I ing to get possession of evidence in seniors in their commencement ,week
before noon today, when the prom- the world, was knocked out and pardons, commuting the sentencesof tion of the representative of the )le- the Phagan murder case and was resorting exercises.
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enade leading from the Municipal,killed by Arthur Pelky in the first seven prisoners and denying the tropolis.The to briber-: t Last night the musical faculty-and
Pier on Long Beach to the Municipal round of their scheduled tenroundbout applications of six. present whereabouts of that I Felder is a man of great influence class held the opening session. The
Auditorium collapsed. here this afternoon. The five-year sentence of Albert will, its contents or when it will be and like all such, thought himselfso I i program was as follows:
Queen Victoria's birthday was be- The inquest will not be held until Schoenle for embezzling funds of the filed for probate, or where, are all un- strongly enthroned that none could Marche Funebre, from Senata, Op. 35,
ing celebrated by many British resi- II Monday. Pelky was admitted to bail Central Bank of St. Louis, Mo., was known to the public. It is presumedof get back of him. But honest people I I . . . . . . Chopin
dents and the crowds were simply tonight. Bond being furnished by commuted to one year and a day. course, that the will will be madeof got busy and employed a detective :: Minuet . . . . Paderewski
immense when the accident happened.The I I Tommy Burns. Harry T. Lee, who pleaded guiltyto record in St. Johns county, where and the detective installed a dicta I Paul Quincey Warner
death will go over when .the I I Pelky sent in a right hook, landing: abstracting money from the Na Mr. Flagler has established his legal graph in a hotel room and had an op- I The Pearl . .A. Von Ahn Carse
debris is cleared away and it is more I I just below McCarthy's heart and he: tional Bank of Lawrence county, New residence, although under the Florida erator in an adjoining room. To this The Sapphire A. Von Ahn Cam
than probable that the list of injured staggered backwards and fell to the Castle, Pa., likewise received a commutation law, it is said, it can only be legally room, with the dictagraph, the detective Johnnie Marion SmithA
will be largely increased. I canvas, dying less than thirty minutes i of his five-year sentence to probated in any one of the many coun- and Felder would resort and Summer's Lullaby S. A. Gibson
Nearly all of the victims were for- I later. a term of one ,year and a day.. The ties in which he owned property at talk over matters and here is where Messrs. Pope, Wetherill, Inman
mer Britons and their children, most I The authorities immediately placed prisoner's father had mortgaged his his death. Felder made the proposals that may Twitchell
of them were residents of Los An- Pelky under arrest and he is being home and paid off the entire amount' The statement was made at the depot land him in the penitentiary.How Minuet and Trio from Sonata, Op.
geles. I'held, pending the action of the cor- of $1,805 under the impression that in St. Augustine last night by a it Was Installed 2, No.1. . . . Beethoven
The parade of the United'English oner's jury.According. his son would not be prosecuted. The man from Palm Beach that it is cur- Just behind the lower portion of a Edna Louise Galloway
Scotch, Australians and New Zealand to the physicians at the president commuted to thirteen rently believed there, Mr. Flagler dresser front board in room No. 31 Evening . . . J. P. Camp
Societies had just passed over the ringside, McCarthy's death was due to months the five-year sentences imposed made no provision in his will for his of Williams House No. 2 was screwedtwo All in a Garden Green Whelpley
promenade into the auditorium .and heart trouble. Pelky had landed but on Silas Rich, at Portland, Ore., son, Harry. This information is saidto tiny dials, the transmitters or Martha Gertrude ShepherdThe
the crowd massed there, surged for- four blows during the one minute and for falsifying records of the National have leaked out from some one who sounders of the cunning little device. Baccalaureate sermon before
ward to gain admission to the auditorium forty-five seconds that the men were Bank of Salem, Ore. The trial judge had seen the will some time and had Running from these dials were two the graduating class will be preached
when, without a moment's in the ring and McCarthy had just I and prosecuting attorney said the sen- kept it a secret until Mr. Flagler's dark red wires, which were so hiddenin tomorrow morning at eleven o'clockby
warning, the flooring immediately in''broken a. clinch when he raised his tence was excessive. death. This man, however, said that the crevices of the dresser as to be I President Blackman. Followingis
'rfont of the double doors gave way I I hands and toppled backwards to the he personally could not believe that I invisible even to a suspicious person the program for the Vesper ser-
the area, forty by sixty feet sinking canvass. CARPENTER-WEIL BOUT. the old father, who had showed signsof who might have made a minute inves- vice:
with a horrible crash beneath with its I I relenting toward his only boy, the tigation.The He Watching Over Israel, from ElijahMendelssohn
human load.Hundreds. MEETING OF EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE Paris, May 24.-Sporting circles son of his first wife, had really ignored dresser was placed directly in . .. . . .
of persons went with .the OF REPUBLICAN here are wildly excited today over the him in the distribution of the front of a door which connected with Chorus
wreckage of timbers to the floors be-I NATIONAL COMMITTEE. contest tomorrow between Bonbardiei i estate, especially since through his room No. 32, and the two wires were Fair from My Heavenly Home . .
neath, which in turn broke :beneath t Wells, the English heavyweight first wife, Mr. Flagler had been finan- run through the keyhole of this door. . . . . . Arthur Page
the sudden strain and hundreds of I Washington, May 24.-In the neigh champion, and Carpentier, the husky cially assisted in a time of his life To further avoid the posibility of Messrs. Pope, Wetherill, Inman,
men, women and children dropped to borhood of the New Willard Hotel Frenchman.It when he needed money for his great discovery of the instrument or its BlackmanHe
the sand beach, forty feet below the 'I today, it looked as if the palmy days is expected that 25,000 people plans. wires the dresser was then screwedto Shall Feed His Flock, from the
level of the promenade.The 'I lof the Taft regime had returned. will attend the fight at Ghent. There jThese beliefs are strengthened by the door frame so that it could Messiah . . . . Handel
tide was out at the time -of the 'Prominent "stand-patters," whose is plenty of French money in sight thf fact that Mr. Flagler settled four not be pulled out or moved. Adalaide Van Voorhees
had the roar: have shown with lesser brilliance backers of Wells lacking his widow at the is God the Lord from
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accident and no sooner lights English are millions on present Inside room No. 32 the wires ran I Holy, Holy, ,
and crash of the falling timbers ,died since the last election, were either, and franc notes are freely time of their marriage and some time through two small dry batteries of the Elijah . .t.-: . Mendelssohn
away, when the shrieks and foams of I again basking in the sunlight, shed changing hands.A prior to his death is said to have I II type used for electric door-bells and Misses Daniel ana Voorhees, Mms
the dying- and wounded, mingled with ding their radiance on the scenery of special train ''will be run tc I given her several thousand shares of were there attached to the receiver, Shepherd, Palmer and Chorus
the cries of the thousands who saw 1 the New Willard. More than a dozen Ghent by M. Theodore Vienne for thE the East Coast stock. which hung upon a hood-piece exactly My Redeemer and My Lord . .
the catastrophe, made an almost in-''old line Republicans comprising the accommodation of his guests. In addition ., : On his second wife, at the time of similar to those employed by operators . . . . . DudleJ- Duck
describable scene. 'executive committee of the Republican to this two palatial steamer:i' their divorce, he settled an estate estimated of private branch telephone ex Dyke Delno Wetherill
Crowds swarmed upon the beach. National Committee responded to I have been chartered to bring the Eng,. to be worth three million dol- changes. 0, Lord, Veil Not Thy Face Beethoven
around the place, which made the I the call of Charles D. Hilles, chairman lish fight fans from London to Brus. lars or more. Every sound in room 31 was picked I. Miss Daniel and Mrs. Shepherd and
work of rescue which was immediate.. ;( of the national committee, to I!] sels. The entire estate of Henry M. Flag- up by the sensitive transmitters and Messrs. Pope and Blackman
ly begun, difficult. ,I assemble in Washington and shape M. Decamp, manager of Carpentier, ler is believed to be over $60,000,000.I delivered to the receiver in room No.I II Blest Are the Pure . . Holden
i j I the course of the party for the cam- I believes his fiery young fighter wil I It has been reported- that prior to I, 32. With the hood adjusted about his j I Messrs. Pope, Wetherill, Inman and
DROWNED WHILE IN BATHING ]paign of 1916. have little trouble defeating the big i his death, Mr. Flagler trusteed all his head so that a highly-sensitized trans- BlackmanThe
When the committee meets tomor- i Englishman. lie asserts that Car- estate, providing amply for the permanent mitter fitted snugly to each of his Heavens are Telling, from The
Special to the SentinelRusselville I I ]row it is expected that it will decide I I pentier will fight at the weight at improvement of the East ears, George W. Gentry, a nephew of Creation . . . . Hayden
Ark., May 24.-W. A. :a question which has ben keeping the which "Bob" Fitzsimmons fought all Coast extension to the amount of W. T. Gentry, president of the Southern Chorus I
Crawford, superintendent of Russel- ;party leaders in a quandary for several of his battles, and that the advantage some ten million dollars, and otherwise Bell & Cumberland Telephone I This morning at 11 o'clock Dr. Wil-
yule Schools and his daughter, Miss j weeks. Some time ago it was in height that Wells has over Carpentier -I I disposing of his property; but Companies, who is employed as a liam F. Blackman president of the
Frances, and two young women were suggested that a national convention will make no difference.I I: the presence of a will sets everyoneto i stenographer by the General Fire College will preach the Baccalaureate
drowned in the Illinois River twelve should be called this year. Senator guessing now as to who is the ben- Extinguisher Company, sat at a tablein sermon. I
from here this afternoon. Miss Van- Root and Senator Crane, of the con- I I BULGARIANS AND GREEKS BATTLE I eficiary. room No. 32 and took down in This evening at 4 o'clock will be a
Landingham, a teacher in the high I servative wing of the party, and Sen- I I, : There are many who believe firmly shorthand the conversation which the Vester service, which will be a rich
school and Miss Vera Meade, a dau ator Cummins and Governor Hadley, that his widow is the chief beneficiaryunder dictograph brought to him from room feast of sacred music.
ter of Mr. U. L. Meade, a well h-I of the progressive wing, believe that London, May .-Severe fightinghas I the will. If so there are rumors No. 31.Room. Monday evening at Knowles Hall
local attorney were the other the party should hold a special con- been resumed between the Greek I already of attack being made by his 32 faces on Forsyth street, will be Commencement by the School
women who lost their lives. Miss vention this year and set itself right and Bulgarian troops in the vicinityof and although, the windows were down of Expression.
Crawford was in bathing and Miss before the votnig public. However, Saloniki. The infantry and artil- i son.Beside his son, there are no lineal the noise from the street occasionally
Meade and Miss Van Landinghamwent I I some of the other prominent leadersare lery of both forces are hotly engagednear descendants of Henry M. Flagler, Horace drowned out the dictograph, causingMr. EMPEROR GROWS BETTER
to her rescue. Professor Craw', of the opinion that no convention that city, according to dispatches Flagler, a distant cousin, for Gentry to lose portions of the
ford heard the screams and running should be called until the Democratic received here from Athens. ;i years employed by the East Coast conversation.In Tokio, May 24.-The condition of
to the creek, jumped in and all the I I administration has finished with, the The dispatches refer to the situa- offices, and living at St. Augustine, this record of the alleged dicto- Emperor Yoshihito continued to im
girls caught him in an endeavor toi i tariff legislation and committed itself tion as having become "extremely and Amasa Plummer Flagler, another graphed conversation Colonel Felderis prove today. The physicians in attendance
save themselves. It was impossible I I to well defined policise. The questionof grave." |cousin and a wealthy mine owner and quoted as offering a large sum of declared themselves confident
for him to render assistance to all the calling of this special conven- When the last message was sent land developer somewhat along the I money to Secretary Febuary, if he that he will recover from the attack
four and all went down. The bodies! tion is the principal reason for the King Constantine, of Greece,. who had ;lines of Henry M. Flagler in this I would extract certain affidavits and l of pneumonia. His majesty is
have been recovered. 'present I meeting of the executive I just' arrived at Saloniki, with the gen-i State, of San Francisco are the only papers relating to the Phagan murder cheerful. He takes nourishment regularly
committee. eral staff of the Greek army, was en- Flagler males known. Both these I mystery from the safe of Chief and his heart action is strong.
REPUBLICANS GETTING ACTIVE I I I Two weeks ago, at a gathering of1"progressiveregular" deavoring to arrange a neutral zone, gentlemen were at the funeral. A. P. Lanford and turn them over to him. Count Chiaki Watanabe, the imperial
I Republicans in I Ii between the two armies. I Flagler having arrived shortly before I Colonel Felder is also quoted as master of ceremonies, today readto
EpecUl to the SentinelWashington 'Chicago I a resolution asking for a II I the death of his cousin and went to having promised immunity to. Feb the Emperor President Wilson's
D. C., May 24.-At a I convention this year, a change in the BASEBALL RESULTS.IN THE BIG 'I Palm Beach to see him. uary if any attempt was made to cabled message of sympathy whichis
meeting of the Executive Board of ; basis of representation at national LEAGUESSpecial 'I These are the only living Flagler prosecute him for extracting the papers also prominently displayed in the
National Republican Committee, held conventions and a change in the rules II males known anywhere in this section and according to.the dictograph j i I newspapers. I
in this city today, it was decided to' relating to the members and dele- to the Sentinel i l and whether or not they have shared record Colonel Felder declared to Feb- !I
hold a meeting within sixty days af-!; gates of the national committee so National 'I in the distribution of the estate is a uary that he controlled Mayor Woodward 'i CENTENARY OF HENRY WARD
ter the closing of Congress to outline 1 that primary election laws of the va- Pittsburg, 4; Chicago, 3. I' matter of the barest conjectures. Solicitor General Hugh M. Dor- BEECHER
plans for active work. I rious states shall be recognized was Brooklyn, 0; Philadelphia, 3. Neither one of them know anythingof sey and the judge of the criminal -
Harmony will be the keynote in the proposed in the interest of bringing, Cincinnati, 4; St. Louis 11, first 1 1I' the will or the probable distribution court. I New York, May 24.-Plymouth
Republican party's rank and conces-: I together the two wings of the party.I II game. Cincinnati, 3; St. Louis, 4, second of the estate, and state they had It is said that Colonel Felder offer church in Brooklyn, of which Henry
sions will be made to the progressivewing -I I' game. no personal interest in the matter.- ed one thousand dollars to Febuary I Ward Beecher was pastor for several
of the party. ASHES CAST FROM SKYSCRAPER Boston-New Rork, rain. Jacksonville Metropolis. .'! for the papers, and that he agreed years, will hold a centennial celebra-
I AmericanNew I II 1 to have the delivery of the papers. I tion in honor of the great preacher
TAMPA TRIBUNE.No I Cincinnati, May 24.-Cast from the I I York, 3; Boston, 3, darkness.St. I MAY CLAIM HIS SEAT and the payment of the money occur- I beginning tomorrow and continueing
top of a 34-story building which he I I Louis, 4; Detroit, 7. at East Lake, although he preferred.I until June 1. Beecher had he lived
newspaper in the state has been I had helped to erect, the ashes of Jacob Philadelphia, 4; Washington, 2. New York, May 24.Reports that that the transfer take place at the I I would be 100 years old the 24th i of
toward the neigh Gross, a laborer, were thrown to Chicago, 3 Cleveland, 4. East club. I June.
so kindly disposed I ; "Big Tim Sullivan, the Side Transportation During the last week of June
boring cities and towns of the stateas the winds today in compliance with: South Atlantic political leader, may claim his seat in The alleged conversation as reported the city will join with the Plymouth
the Tampa Tribune. Especiallyhas his dying order. Savannah, 3; Jacksonville, 2. Congress again, are current among his by stenographer George M. Gentry, church in giving a celebration. The
Orlando had kindly treatment Gross, who was notified by physicians Columbus, 7; Charleston, 3. friends here. It is said that he has nephew of Colonel W. T. Gentry, president commemmorative services which begia
from the Tribune. The newspaperthat early in the week that his death Albany, 9; Macon, 9, darkness. made rapid strides toward the reciv- of the Southern Bell & Cumberland tomorrow will be conducted by the
can see virtue outside the paleof II from tuberculosis wear near, asked Carolina Association ery of his health since his recent release Telephone companies, who it is Plymouth church alone, however. Dur
its own precincts and accords its that his body be cremated and the 1 Greensboro, 2; Winston-Salem, 1;,I from a sanitarium at Yonkers. said by detectives was stationed in ing the week memorial addresses will
neighbors fair treatment is the paper ashes cast from the building he helped firdst game. Greensboro, 1; Winston, He is now at the home of a brotherin i room No. 32 with the earpiece of a be made on the many activities with
that finds a place with the people.I erect. Salem, 6, second game. the suburbs, and has recently been dictograph instrument strapped over which Beecher was connected in life,
This fairness on the part of the Trib-: Durham, 1; Ashville, 0. in this city. It is said that his trouble his head, is given below, as fully as: by representatives of the church and
une has made it one of the most pop- WEATHER REPORT Charlotte, 3; Raleigh, 2. is no longer mental, and that the the language can be quoted in this State, and by many friends who knew
ular newspapers of the state.A Fair Sunday except showers in the question of having discharged the newspaper. Here is the alleged dicta, Beecher intimately. 1,
south portion; moderate winds. Most of us get what we deserve I committee of his person, which was graph conversation, written out and ,
platonic lover is usually a quiet but are not willing to admit it. Die I appointed at the time cf his commit- sworn to by Stenographer Gentry:I Insurance, real estate, loans and
chap who Haves his money. Subscribe for the Sentinel. you ever think about it? ment, will come up soon. who was stationed in room No. 32. rentals. Curtis & O'NealTHE

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for venturing out too far; and colors, high and low, cut to suit the taste of e\erj-
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I Children's Dresses, in all styles, sizes and colors
But instead of growing cautious and from 2oc: up.Ladies' .
"of showing proper fear, I Skirts, in Linen, Pique and Serges, in all
The foolish little comet edged up ',: styles, sizes and colors) from 9Sc up.
nearer and more near. xr Dry Goods at a special reduction.
She switched her saucy tail along Allen Ladies' and Children's Rain Coats from $1.98 up.
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as bold could be. Men's Clothing, such as Blue Serge, Mohair and
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who never frisked about; JEWELERS Men's Alpaca Coats from $'.'.00 up.
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and switched her shining tail, your service always.Everythin If you would be posted be a daily visitor to this store. Agent for the Snow"Sh Ot'.
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PLACES OF WORSHIP; I I twigs were killed. It is very doubt- |great damage or unfavorably. One-1

Sunday school, 9 a. m.; mass and. ful, however, if this in the least made sermon, 10 a. m.; rosary, sermon and the following crop of fruit less. When ;a spray containing 2 per cent of oil I
METHODIST.J. ,benediction, 7:30 p. m.PHESBYTERIAX. I used in April when the oranges were II I ] about Vz to % inch in diameter, at 1 ;'where the same amount of oil in
E. Wray, pastor. I CHURCH. per cent of the oil contents the new ,.;spray without the rosin oil was used. '
Sunday school, 9:45 a. m.. C. E. II leaves were injured and many new'When used in May on oranges 1% I'I We will sell Lime at 90c

Howard, superintendent. I I Rev. John W. Stagg, D. D., pastor. and old leaves fell. About three- '!i inches in diameter at 1 quart rosin'
Preaching by the pastor, 11 a. m.; ,!. Sunday school at 9:45 a. m. W. R. fourths of the crop of fruit fell or oil to the emulsion required to make I per barrel delivered, -
subject, "How Israel Built the Tern-!!]E i i O'Neal, superintendent. was so badly scarred as to be unsal- % of 1 per cent of petroleum fuel oil
pie. Anthem by the choir. i I I Services at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. able. When used in April at % of 1 for 200 gallons of water or % of 1 five barrel lots.
Epworth League, 6:30 p. m. H. A.I I Junior Endeavor at 3 p. m. Miss per cent of the oil contents or about' per cent of rosin oil, large areas were
Hoffner, president. :i Mabel Briggs, superintendent. 1 part of insecticide to 170 parts of scarred. This injury was usually \-
Preaching service at 7:30 p. m.;I Senior Endeavor at 6:30 p. m. water, it burned holes in the new found on the lower part of the orange -
subject, "Sam Jones, the Man and Prayer meeting Wednesday at 7:30 leaves, and the results even at this where the drop of spray had Florida Metal Co.
His Message." Anthem by the choir.ip.i I m. weak dilution were so disastrous as collected. Rosin oil did not increasethe i
Solo by Miss McQuarters. i; Morning sermon, "Adjusting Har- to prevent its use. Since it requires insecticidal qualities as much as
Prayer meeting Wednesday even- ness to Burdens;" evening sermon,I, a dilution of spraying material containing it was expected and since it costs three McNEIL-DAVIS BUILDING :
ing at 7:30 o'clock. ."Working at Finished Work." approximately 1 per cent of times as much as the paraffine oil,
A cordial welcome to everybody A cordial invitation to visitors andi oil to be effective against the insects''we strongly advise against its use. I Phone 41.Keep .

i strangers. further experiments were discontinued. -;
S FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH. According to our observations:
Tom Williams, colored has been arrested -
i this acid did not increase the insecti-
THE EFFECTS OF OIL INSECTICIDES and taken to Palatka for safekeeping -
Dr. C. T. Douglas will preach both I cidal qualities of the spray. We were
i ON CITRUS TREES he being charged with the HttlttlttllMttltlMIMiHitHittllHIimiHIMK
morning and evening. Morning ser-I unable to test sulphuric acid in any
murder of Valley Williams, his four q
vice at 11 o'clock; subject,"The Secretof : AND FRUITS. of the formulae since it always pre- -
Success in the Work of the I vented the emulsification of the oil teen-year-old stepdaughter, here Sunday J
Church." I '(By W. W. Yothers, Bureau of I by the soap. morning. The girl and her mother Cool j
I went to breakfast for white
Sunday school at 9:30. 0. H. Fink,I Entomology.) The use of rosin oil should also be get a
family early Sunday morning and at
superintendent I The effect on citrus trees and fruitsof avoided. One brand of commercial
B. Y. P. U. at 6:30. those commercial and home-made'; miscible oil contained a considerable 9 o'clock the child was sent home to

Evening service at 7:30; subject, insecticides having a mineral oil baseis percentage of rosin oil and this, while dress for Sunday school. Tom Wil-
I liams, it is alleged was at the house I
"A Royal Reception." I of primary importance. This is especially not so injurious as sulphuric acid, and after the 1 Fireless CookersAND
There will be special music by the the case since these are the burned the leaves and fruit when usedat strangling girl to death
poured kerosene oil over the body and
choir. only kinds of insecticides which have I per cent of the oil contents. The
I set it fire to hide the
on crime.W ela-
Everybody welcome. been found up to this time to be effective use of rosin oil in the home-made
ka Note in Times-Union.
in controlling the white flies,
St. Luke's Cathedral I who desires to .
and the grower spray -- -- -
Very Rev. Edgar A. Sherrod, Dean.I has no alternative. Their effectiveness ELECTRIC FANSTO
First Sunday after Trinity. against scale insects and rust

7:30 9:30 a.Sunday m. Holy school.Communion. mites this also subject.increases the importanceof NEW COLORS AND PATTERNS IN

KEEP COOL WITH
10:30 Morning Prayer. I: As a general proposition their use
11:00 Holy .Communion and ser-!,'is attended with little, if any, danger I

mon. I I Ito:i I the trees or fruit. On the other Crepe Goods and KifflonosGOWNS [ELECTRIC l I IRONS AND TOASTERS[
7:30 p. m. Evening Prayer and,hand, the killing of the insects resultsin I'
lecture; subject, "Belief in God." This great benefit to the tree. There
will be the first of a course of lectures I 1 are certain chemicals, however, which
on the Apostle's Creed.A I usually cause damage when applied ETC. FOR COMFORT
cordial welcome for everyone. at''to the trees in the form of a spray ,
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all services. Good music. I and there are certain practices which

annual The 11 service o'clock for service the will Cathedral be the .sprays should be on citrus followed trees.in the use of oil 2000 yards Val. Lace Insertionat 1 and 2 TnB rl[ [ [L[ Tm ijl"nc .

School, Rev. R. P. Cobb preaching the The use of sulphuric acid in a spray cents per yard at ,
Baccalaureate sermon. 1 should be avoided. One brand of com-
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I mercial miscible oil contained 2% per HAND BUILDINGSEASONABLE
Emmanuel Baptist. i cent of sulphuric acid according to McCULLOCH'SDEPARTMENT
I I i the analysis of the Bureau of Chem Hiiiiiitmt
Morning service, 11 o'clock; subject, istry. Dozens of tests were made I-
"Transformers, not Conformers." with this insecticide and everyone STORE
of the Church." I resulted in some form of injury. When SEEDSCOW
Evening service, 7:30 "Ex-used at a strength of 1% per cent of
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cuses. oil or 1 part of insecticide to about California
1300. Splendid Mixed 2.50. Blackeye $3.75. Spanish Peanuts $2.00.
Sunday school, 9:30. ((55 parts of water in the winter, a OPPOSITE POST OFFICE Chufas |4.oo. German Millet and Sorghum $2.50. Velvet Beans$2.00. Pecks
Prayer meeting, Wednesday. evening .large part of the leaves fell and holes sold at bushel rates.
at 7:30. were burned in others that remained i KILGORE SEED CO., PLANT CITY, FLA.

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SOCIETY ANNUAL
South Florida SentinelMORNING MEETING.The .

AND WEEKLY Chattanooga, Tenn., May 24.-Four

------ -- annual meeting of the Anti- very beautiful young women will figure .
Entered at the poet office at Orlando, Cruelty to Animals Society was heldin very prominently when the twen
Florida u Second Clau Mail Matter. WOMENThe
the rooms of the president Friday ty-third annual reunion of the United

SUBSCRIPTION RATES : night, with a fair attendance, President Confederate Veterans opens here on

C. E. Howard in the chair and Tuesday. Chief of these is Miss: Kate _

THE DAILY SENTINEL Acting Secretary Malcolm Stewart at Daffan, of Austin, Texas, who has

One year .....................$5.00 the desk. been chosen as sponsor for the whole

Six Months .... .. ............. 2.50 The president read his annual report South by General Bennett H. Young, daintiest women find the exquisite designs

Three Months ... ... .... 1.25
United
eo. eo eo which, in brief, was as follows. commander of the Confederate

By news carrier in Orlando. 60 cents per "To the Members of the Society. Veterans. they want in our big assortment. Women who

month. Daily and Sunday. Your president has little in.detail to Those who will aid Miss Daffan are

The Orlando Morning Sentinel can be found report for the first year's work, although Miss Anne Henry, of Brandon; Miss are fond of jewelry, those who want something

*n salt in Orlando at Curita &: O'NeaTi Book the society has by no means Amelia Russell, of Memphis; Mrs. K. !

Store. been idle. The position of the societyhas C. Patten, Jr., of Chattanooga, and that is unusual and beautiful, are able to gratify

We will appreciate prompt complaint if been positive, though some en Miss Zella Armstrong, of Chattanoo-

delivery is not properly made by our carriers. thusiastic persons, mostly those who I ga. They are to be maids of honor to their desires here, for our stock is peculiarlyrich

Adevrtuing rate will be furnished on apflkitkra. are not members of the society and, the sponsor. All will be atached to

others who will not take any respon the staff of General Young. in articles of more than ordinary beauty.For .

THE WEEKLY SENTINEL sibility, and therefore are in ignorance .. Miss Dagan is one of the most

For year by mail pottage paid .......$1.00 of what is being done, hav e!II prominent young women of the state those seeking birthday or other gifts thereare

Addreu THE SENTINEL Orlando Florida. of Texas. She is former state
thought it has not been positiv! a president -
Office 107 Court Street. Arcade Building I
suggestions.T.I1.vansthe.
enough. of the Daughters of the Confed many
Phone 24
"Most of the work has been without -I eracy and was the first superintendent -

J. F. SCHUMANN, Editor. flourish although there have beer of the Confederate Women's Home

JOSIAH FERRIS Proprietor. two horses put out of misery by shooting at Austin. Miss Daffan is also well

one cat ditto, three mules turnec I known in the field of literature, having -

SUNDAY, MAY 25TH, 1913. out to grass, two horses ordered oul t been the author of several books

of harness, twenty-one cases admonished that are very popular in the South.

and about sixteen cases false Miss Anne Henry, Miss Daffan's
If a girl can see but one young man
alarms, besides one case arrested, I chief aid, is a daughter of General
in a crowded car-that is love.
o which the Mayor fined. Patrick Henry, commander of the JewelerOPPOSITE

"This has had a wholesome effect Mississippi Division of U. C. V., and
Only a few of our friends are com-
and together with the admonishments is. a granddaughter of General Patrick -
plaining of the income tax.
and threats has held in restraint many Henry of antebellum days, and a
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reckless and inhuman owners and grandniece of Gustavus A. Henry,
It is about time for the Legislatureto
drivers of animals. who represented Tennessee in the POST OFFICE
begin debating about adjourning.It .
"Most of the president's work has Confederate States senate.It .
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been done quietly and in most of the is felt that Chattanooga was the EXPERT REPAIRING AND ENGRAVING.
is more blessed to extend the
cases publicity would not have accom- most appropriate place to hold the
glad hand than to point the finger of
plished much. reunion this year because of the fact I
scorn.
"In short, we have tried to make it that it is the fiftieth anniversary of
o
a campaign of education, and we be- the battles of Missionary Ridge and
,A deserted diamond is a sad sight
lieve the general condition in the cityis of Lookout Mountain.One ,
and its pitiful to hear the unused base
much improved, that the animal of the principal subjects of i
bawl.
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kingdom has been helped and that discussion at the coming reunion will

o man is the better for it be the proposed building of a memorial -
An ounce of prevention is not only
"Thanking those who have in any hall to the soldiers of the North
worth a pound of cure, but it costs
way assisted, I am yours, I and South. General Bennett H. Youngis

less. o "C. E. HOWARD, President"The an advocate of the plan to erect a SILK SWINGS f

treasurer, Mr. J. C. Patterson, memorial arch to cost $2,000,000 in
Lots of people who know what nott
haven't read his report of $19 00 received memory of the men who fought in
osay sense enough not to
from thirty-six members, fees from both armies of the civil war. Another
say it
about thirty-five not yet in. Only one plan which will be discussed is the
o
dollar was expended. erection of a memorial hall in Chatta-
A man never realizes how little he
These reports were, on motion of nooga to contain relics of the war.
knows till a small boy begins to ask I
Dr. John Stagg, ordered printed in the Visitors from all over the South are
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questions.Lots o city papers. present in Chattanooga today for the For Day

The annual election followed.: reunion which is to last until Thurs
of men have been on the high
Against his protest C. E. Howard was day.
tide of prosperity only to be strandedat and
low water. re-elected president; Mesdames Hunt I
and Hauselt, vice-presidents; J. C.
-- DEDICATION OF MAINE MEMORIAL _
Patterson, treasurer Mr. Hauselt, a
Guests nearly always get more en- ; MONUMENTNew EveningWear
joyment out of the entertainment secretary. I
pro- On motion of Mr. J. C. Patterson, W i
vided than the host.
the secretary was instructed to corre- .I York, May Distinguished

o spond with the Jacksonville society civic, military and naval authoritieswill
Some people are satisfied to take
about a combination fountain for man be present on Memorial Day when
something "just as good" while others and beast. Also to see if the Civic the unveiling of the National Maine

:want it twice as good. i League will co-operate with the society Monument takes place, plans for which .

o in the erection of a suitable were completed today.
The people who are most apt to fountain. j!I This magnificent example of the

believe in second sight are those who At the close of the business session 1 I sculpter's art, erected at the Southwest Our Personal Guarantee
fall in love at first sight.
Dean Sherod, on invitation, gave an 1 M entrance to Central Park, in the
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interesting address along anticrueltylines. of Manhattan, will commemoheart -
Its when things go wrong and she I rate for all time the heroes who lost Accompanies Every Pair

jfeels like I swearing that a woma their lives on the U. S. Battleship
I.
wishes she were a man. Maine in Havana harbor on Febru
a Judge Edward O'Connor, a prom-
The Chinese inent Canadian jurist, died in St Au- ary 13, 1896.
republic: forward
goes I There will be addresses by distin- Marion B. Ives
delighted with American recognition gustine Wednesday after an illness
guished guests, a parade of United
United States friendship is a valuable covering a period of six months. Judge
States troops, blue jackets from the
asset for any nation. O'Connor, with his three daughters,,
visiting warships in the Hudson River -
arrived in the Ancient City several
w ; veterans of the Spanish war and
If there is less ragtime and more months ago, hoping the change would -
civic societies and National Guard, of
MILLINERY PARLORS
Mendelssohn and Lohengrin selections 'benefit the formers health. He im- I EXCLUSIVE
New York. It is expected that Pres-
heard these May evenings in your proved at first, but a few days ago a ident Wilson will review the
proces-
neighborhood, it may be an indicationof change for the worse came and he did
of the National
the
sion from Balcony -
more June brides.It not linger long. For many years he Plaza at Fifty-ninth street With 'Second FloorMr.
was numbered among the prominent
o him in the balcony will be Governor
was that jurists on the Canadian bench. The,
urged a salary of $2-
Sulzer, Mayor Gaynor, who later will I
600 each would remains were shipped to Canada.
per year get first-
accept the monument in behalf of the I

class men to serve as commissionersof I city, Secretary of War Lindley Gar- -
St. Petersburg affairs. But will it.St Milton Bartow and wife left
Thirty-seven solid carloads, containing rison, Secretary of the Navy Josephus
*- Petersburg Independent. 16,673 crates of tomatoes were Daniels, Bishop Greer, Rabbi Joseph last night to visit relatives and friendsin

o shipped from Plant City during last Silverman, General James Grant Wil. Georgia. AUTOMOBILE

About as inconsistent a person as week. Of other vegetables, cukes, son and William Randolph Hearst. -

'Ve can imagine is the one who claims beans, potatoes, pepper, corn, okra, Mr. John Rinaldi will come up from

not to believe what the fortune teller and cantaloupes about 4,000 crates Shanibarger's for bicycles and Tampa this morning to spend the day a

told him-and then lay all plans to were shipped. Sundries. a U with relatives.

make the predictions come true. BULLETIN
Mr. and Mrs. List and Miss Martha

Q iiilili Chess, prominent people of Winter i
There's many a budding : I -
college Park, spent yesterday in Orlando with
graduate putting on the finishing : friends.Mr. .
touches to his oration now which he I ,
is inclined to think suggests : These are Bargains in Re-Built Cars. Each one U
ways the clever
E. A. Yancy, man-
properly to solve big questions. agen for the McNair Lumber Company guaranteed to be in first-class condition, Is fully equip.

-o- Choice GroceriesNEW in Orlando, went up to Jacksonville ped and ready to run.

Mexico is sending appeals to old on business.

Gtn. Porfirio Diaz to return and save "

Us country but he seems not at all Mr. A. P. Curry left on the midnight :

anxious to undertake the job. Its no train for Jacksonville to attend the 1 1910 Cadillac, Good Condition,

small task even for a younger man. funeral of his brother-in-law, Mr. E.

o STORE, NEW GOODS COURTEOUS, TREAT 0. Painter, which takes place in that j $550.00 ,;

When the scientist's prophecy be- city this afternoon.

comes fact "that the time is coming MENT, REASONABLE PRICES- PORTION OF -

when people will read each other's Mr. T. D. Ellis, of Orlando, has pur- 1 1912 Flanders Touring Car, complete, I

minds like a book," we trust they'll YOUR TRADE RESPECTFULLY SOLICITED chased the fixtures of the old Bench

read them as we do most books, Judi- fruit stand and is'cleaning up and get- 50000.

ciously "skipping" a section now and ting ready to open up a first class

then. fruit and cdnfectionary stand in the

--0---- corner room next to the Myers barber 1 Model G. Four Cylinder Cadillac

Peace reigns; once more there's CARUTHERS & GORE shop. Mr. Ellis proposes to put in

love at home; the cat has come back a complete new and fresh stock strictly $150.00San'

and in the harmony that is once more on the sanitary principle and by I ,
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supreme the dog eats off the baby's the way, has named his business,

hand. Likewise we have counter- | Pine Street PROMPT DELIVERY Phone 200i "The Sanitary Fruit Stand." He will

manded, withdrawn and otherwise have his store and stands thoroughly

- 11 none our plea fordivorce all based screened in and everything will be up-

on the cheering information that Dame to-date and clean. We wish him suc- Juan Garage

Fashion has decreed that new waists cess and feel sure he will receive a ;

for women shall be buttoned up ir I liberal patronage.-DeSoto County

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CREAMS. CHILDREN'S WASH DRESSES. des any less than that price, but you WILL find that we give

Creams for Waists, Creams for Skirts, Creams for Never before have we been in such a splendid position as you a better article than our competitors for the same money.

Dresses. We have creams in all fabrics, from the delicate, regards'stock and assortment. All the new designs and color- We do not buy seconds in order that we may be able to quote .

softly draping Voiles to the coarse Campbell Serge weaves.mgs.. Also the new combination effects are included in oursplendid you a price 5 cents under the other store, but we DO buy the

collection. have them too in sizes from the very best things to sell the
And creams are, and will be, much in vogue for the summer We wee we can, at prices, and we usually

season, for all occasions. At "SATISFACTION STORE" tot of two years, to the High School graduate and our prices buy goods that cost from 50 cents to $1.50 a dozen more than

prices adjusted to all pockets. are from. 35c to $3.00 with a beautiful line at $1.00, both in most firms pay for goods to sell at these prices, because we

white and colors. Don't fail to see them. want to be able to give EXTRAORDINARY VALUES in all

PERSIAN LAWNS lines we carry. If you will just price our goods and compare

We invite comparisons on our splendid range of White FOR MEN AND BOYS. them with goods you get from other stores at the same price,

exclusive to you will}find they are of better texture. There is a reason for
India and Persian Lawns. The quality we run is think until know
Many people ( they us) that we cater this. We sell
for cash only, and we can AFFORD to give
this store this season, and absolutely first choice goods. And exclusively to the feminine sex, but this is not true. Our stock you
1 better values, AND WE DO. Call and see us and examine thegoods.
we positively assert that the values we offer have seldom been of Shirts, Underwear, Hats, Ties Trousers, and Overalls are as .

equalled anywhere, and NEVER beaten. Prices, lOc, complete as you can find in the state. :

15c, 20c, 25c, 30c and 35c. You may not find our prices on regular 50c or $1.00 arti (THE STORE OF SATISFACTION.)




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Thompson, of Titusville, are among
the business visitors to Orlando.Mr. Conneant, Ohio, May 20, 1913. The sewer system about to be established George W. Crawford and

THE TUNER Sentinel, Orlando: in Orlando is one of the most daughter., Sarah, of Conway, left yesterday

ORLANDO. FLA. A. G. Edwards, of Somerville, I receive the Sentinel usually every important steps in the history of the afternoon for Chattanooga.Mr. .

J N. J., is in Orlando to spend Sunday,I Monday; if it fails to arrive then, Iam city and U is exceedingly importantthat Crawford goes to attend the Confederate -

a guest of the San Juan. disappointed. I readjt with more the work proceed in the most reunion, and in as much as AUTOMOBILES FOR RENTE.

Landon has left for! interest than I do our home paper.I I I orderly and rational manner. It is I he participated in the battles fought L Murray
Mr. Grover Mr. Herbert Gettier, traveling You are certainly putting out a live extremely bad policy to spring sensations nearly a half century ago in and Office Phone 409-Residence Phone 5U
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Huntington, West Virginia.Hon. I freight agent of the A. C. L railroad, paper> and one you can well be proudof. I before a single step is taken in around that city the visit to the old

I came to Orlando yesterday to visit I the work. scenes will be fraught'with double
A. Vaus Agney, of Kissimmee, AN EXPLORATION PARTY.On .
his mother, Mrs. J. W. Gettier. I have seen a great many colder : The contractors are presumed to be I interest him.
business'
in Orlando transacting ]
was i days and nights here since I came I honest men, and they give a bondto Mr. Crawford expects to be gone Friday of this week Rollins Col..
yesterday Mr. and Mrs. A. Holderman, of Des home the 20th of April, than I did do an honest job. And if they are about ten days or two weeks and the will start
I lege on a tour of inspectionand
j Moines, Iowa, are among the visitors there any time this winter from Jan- treated as honest men and dealt with Sentinet hopes he will have an enjoyable
I exploration. That is to threeof -
Mr. K. R. Murrell, a prominent j 1 say
business man of Sanford, was in Orlando -i i! to Orlando. They are guests of the uary 1st up to the time I left.I squarely and frankly, the city is more trip, as he has earned it. the bright lights of the college,

I San Juan. expect to return earlier next fall likely to get a square deal and a sat- I Arthur F. Landstreet, Dyke Wetherill
yesterday.Mr. and later in the if than if studied effort JUST FINE HERE I
'I stay spring nothing isfactory sewer a I and Ralph Twitchell, will embark on
j! Mr. Alfred Tanner and wife, who prevents. is made to find something to talk I
J. G. Gorman and Henry Patty,i such a voyage. The trio will launch
I I own a good home in Concord Park, Best wishes. Yours respectfully, i about with interrogation points and The following squibs taken from the I
few their canvas canoe at Kissimmee and
of St. Paul Minn., are spending a
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in the city. 1+leave tomorrow for their Ohio home, MRS. L. D. OSBORNE, other punctuations in large measure. Lake Store Times, Guilford, Conn., follow the rivers Caloosahatchie and

days J I where they will spend the summer. P. S.-The one thing I have heard I, Too much talking has often openedthe : which reached the Sentinel last night, Kissimmee right into the bosom of
complained of the most in Orlandoby way to misunderstandings. Thisis :. leads us to think that the weather
will frowning old Ochechobee, hugging the
Mr. H. G. Stouder, of Eldridge, '
t Dr. Bennett's office is No.227 tourists is the absence I from the Nutmeg State is anything
phone of a park. a business matter and should not be shore line around this lake
arrive in the city this afternoon to be safety into
at Cathedral commencement.Mr. j Brick Building, Orlando Sanitarium. Women folks can get along, but men shopped around too much. I but pleasant: the canal to Fort Lauderdale, thence
I present I 5152w. have to have a place to sit or play ) Proceed with the ditch gentlemen.JI "One has consolation in knowing, down the main outside canal to

t croquet or some kind of amusement : while shivering and shaking here in
Miami.
E. M. Gross went to Jackson. .
:' Mrs. Helen F. Bliss leaves on Tuesday in which to content themselves for\ ORLANDO A BUSY CITY the North, that if we were in Floridait The will be the
ville yesterday to be in attendance at boys eight days on
the E. O. Painter funeral today. ( for J Jacksonville, where she will very long. St. Petersburg is fine in i _____ wouldn't be Chili. trip, and will only carry 125 poundsof
I I take the Clyde Steamer "Apache" for that respect that is why they have so | To a person wedging their way inland "The stereotyped expression that baggage with them, including pro-

Mr. F. Vans Agnew, who has beein {+I New York City. Mrs. Bliss will be many winter tourists, I think. i out of the stores last night it the seasons are changing fails to visions. How three husky young men
nthe I guest of her sister, Mrs. Under- i compensate for the overcoat sent
the sanitarium in this city, re.t ( seemed like the slogan, "Orlando can survive eight days on a hundred
turned to his home in Kissimmee yes'wood for several months. "THE MOONSHINERS' LAST [15,000 by 1915. Already had its fulfillment lover to uncle's for the summer. pounds of grub on a boating trip will

-- I -STAND"----.- -AT-- TIIE CRAXH I In every place of business "That touching song, "Empty is I make a story as interesting as Jerome
| terday.
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I
Mrs. L. L. Stouder and son, David i there were crowds of people up to the the Cradle, might be supplantedwith K. Jerome's famous story, "Three

Clarke Robertson's-cut flowers will I Charles, from Eldridge, is here and ;: The principal picture at the Grand counters. The truth is that Orlando *"Empty* is the furnace, coal is Men in a Boat, not including the
i
Like the fellow who his
be sale at Ned Butts' Candy Kitch- will remain until after commence last evening was very interesting, is.a.city of business. The city popu-; gone. lost dog. The Sentinel will publiah the
I on 5-215t ment in the Cathedral school. Miss I: "The Moonshiners' Last Stand," being lation is prosperous and the city is pocket"book, its too touching to talk log book carried by these mariners on
en.
about.
Marion is one of the graduates. I the title. This picture was a por-, surrounded by thrifty farmers and I this voyage. One thing certain, we

Mr. and Mrs. S. E. Ives have returned trayal of the customs among the 1 when these come together on Saturday ROBERTI admire the boys' courage, but do not

from Atlanta, where they have MONEY TO LOAN-Apply at the I Western Indian, and the way in which night, it looks like a Fourth of COMMENCEMENT AT envy them this trip. But they are

I been in attendance at the Presbyterian Sentinel office 5-18 tf I Ii the lower classes of "pale faces" have':July celebration and our merchants J HUNGERFORD SCHOOL made of the stuff that can da, battle

Assembly.Mr. I for years been undermining the life who know how to put out attractive with mosquitoes and endure the blistering -

I Mr. and Mrs. Peter Palen will leave II of the Indian by selling him rum. I.bargains drive a thrifty business. Oar fourteenth annual commencement visitations of old SoL
has been i Only the warm weather and big will be held at the Robert Hun- But when they reach their destination
who
Atkinson
T. L. i Tuesday for the north going first to I
sweet water melons remind us that gerford School May 2529. We are there will be something-donig at
taking treatment in the Florida Sani- Newport News, where they will spend I|j Caruthers & Gore at their openingsale
time is deck. planning to make this commencementthe the hotels and likewisethe
old
the good summer on restaurants;
tarium, was taken to his home in a few weeks, thence to Long Island, yesterday did a business way beyond -
their And the song of the happy throng is. best we have ever had and cor- drug store will have a liberal sale
Indiana the expectations. The boys
yesterday.Mrs. where they will spend summer.
I are bound to do a good business. .'We are all here, do thyself no harm..!" dially invite our friends from far and of cold creams and other dupes that
near to be present. The baccalau- I will relieve blistered faces and arms.
A. P. Curry is in Jacksonville Mr. Paul Sickles of Chicago, last reate sermon will be preached Sun However we hope the boys will enjoy
attending the funeral of her uncle, Friday purchased ten acres of land i Mrs. R. P. Marks, who has been vis- A NEW GIRL IN TOWN day May 25th, by Rev.. F. McKinnon the trip.

| E. 0. Painter, whi will be buried this I south and west of the city which he I iting her parents in this city, Mr. and Everybody who calls at Nat Bar- superintendent tf schools fill

afternoon at 3 o'clock. i will have cleared and placed in condi- Mrs. Wm. Slemons, left for her home man's big store tomorrow can buy Orange county. The commencement 4.

tion for the planting of an orange. in Jacksonville yesterday. She was goods at half price. Nat is the proud address will be delivered by Mr. Wn ORLANDO BAND.

MnJlenry Johnson and family, of grove this fall accompanied by her sister, Miss San father of a new daughter and he Holtzclaw, principal of the Utica Normal -I

Uiancvpsnio, who have been spend- Slemons. doesn't care whether school keeps or and Industrial Institute, Utica, A few years ago Orlando had &
band that held the
ing the winter in this locality, left Mrs. C. W. Perry and daughter, not.We I Miss. championship of
[ yesterday for their, home Florence, arrived in the city yester Dr. Bennett's office phone is K&227, are told that both father and the state. It was a great band. The

day from Fruitland Park, to be in attendance Brick Building, Orlando Sanitarium. mother are doing nicely and the FOR KENT city has promise: of another band
for herself. equally as good. Twenty-five young
at Cathedral commencement 5-15-2w. daughter speaks
Dr. Bennett's office phone ii No.227,I men of talent and of
persevering
[Brick Building, Orlando Sanitarium., in which Miss Doris is a member r Nice
large rooms furnished. Con-
character have organized, and with
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keeping. Delightful location: nights in each week, and by next
with or without board. Terms very' winter the city will have a first-clasi

IMMillilMIIIIIIOIIIIMMTHE reasonable. Address, "C* care Sen., band. Inside of two months the boys

tinel office. 5.22 ti will be playing on the streets ,

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MOTION PICTURES II This is truly a feature picture; it is in three parts, is hand

colored and, in all that might be grouped under staging, seemsPldl1l'l8
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I ing and the acting rises high and holds strongly. The pho-
'' tography is perfect and the coloring very fine. The above are H AT

FIRST SHOW, > > 7il5PM \ some of the comments on this feature by the Board of Censorship -

i the most competent set of motion picture critics in the
SECOND SHOW W5 P.M land.
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i We are showing the best pictures obtainable, every day. THE.MEITS

PRICES ALWAYS fie and lOc I They are always of a high standard and are constantly grow- OUTFTITIRSHome

: ing better. You can count on seeing a good show every day of Hart, Schiffner and Marx Oothlaf
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CLOSE OUT OUR PRESENT STOCK OF CLOTHING, AND REDUCE STOCK IN OTHER LINES IN SHORT TIME, WE MAKE GREATER REDUCTIONS IN PRICES

THAN IN ANY SALE WE HAVE EVER HAD. WE INCLUDE EVERY ARTICLE IN THE HOUSE EXCEPT ONE, WE EVEN INCLUDE REGAL SHOES, THOUGH WE ARE NOT

ANXIOUS TO SELL THEM AT SACRIFICE, YET TO MAKE THIS STLE MORE ATTRACTIVE WE INCLUDE THEM. OUR STOCK OF CLOTHING IS MOSTLY OF BLACKS, BLUE

SERGES, AND MOHAIR, WITH A FEW SUITS LEFT OVER FROM LAST WINTER. 1,
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MEN'S CLOTH HATS. CLOTHING. MEN'S FINE FELT, STRAW AND UMBRELLAS.

; $1.50 Silk Outing Hats cut to .....$1,15 Black Worsteds, Blue Serges and Mohairs. CLOTH HATS. $2.00 Umbrellas reduced to________$1.35

Regular price $25.00 Suits at______$16.00 Most reliable merchandise in all the popu- $1.50 Umbrellas reduced to_________$1.10
11 $1.00 Silk and Poplin Hats cut to_ 70c lar shapes and colors. Substantial valuesat
Regular price $22.50 Suits at______$15.00 the regular price. $1.25 Umbrellas reduced to__________85c

75c Poplin and Duck Hats cut to__. 50c Regular price $20.00 Suits at______$14.50 $5.00 Felt Hats reduced to $1.00 Umbrellas reduced to__________75c
Regular price $18.00 Suits at______$13.50 ---- $3.25

MEN'S AND BOYS' CAPS. Regular price16.50 Suits at______$11.50 $4.00 Felt Hats reduced to 2.65 MEN'S WHITE COATS.
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All Colors. Regular price $15.00 Suits at______$11.00BOYS' $1.00 reduced to 70c

; ; $1.50 Cap reduced to 1.10 $3.50 Felt Hats reduced to ---- 2.25 SHIRTS.
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NORFOLK AND PLAIN SUITS.
$3.00 Felt Hats reduced to .... 2.00 The largest stock in the county, with
reduced to 70C Sizes 11 to 17.
$1.00 Cap three of the
------------ leading lines to select from.

75c Cap reduced to ------------- 50C $9.00 Suits reduced to ________. $5.15 $2.50 Felt Hats reduced to ---- 1.50 Savoy-Lion-Monumental

$3.00 Negligee French Cuff at______$2.20
50c Cap reduced to --------,---- 40C35c $8.00 Suits reduced to ----____ $4.90 $2.00 Felt Hats reduced to_____ 1,35 $2.50 Negligee French Cuff at_-____$1.75

$1.50 Boys' Hats reduced to 1.00FINE $2.00 Negligee French Cuff at______$1.40
Boys' Cap reduced to ------- 2jC $7.00 Suits reduced to -----___ $4,60 --- $1.50 Negligee French Cuff at_--___$1.15

| 20C STRAW HATS. $1.50 Negligee detached collar to
to
reduced
25c Boys'Cap
------- $6.00 Suits reduced to -------_ $3,80 match, reduced to .$1.15
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NIGHT SHIRTS AND PAJAMAS. $4.00 yacht shape reduced to -- 2.65 $1.50 grade reduced to _$1.15
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$5.50 Suits reduced to
$3.65BOYS'
------- $1.25
$1.00 Quality Night Shirts at_------75ci $3.50 yacht shape reduced to ----- 2.35 Negligee, detached collar to match,
reduced to
------ 5C
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75c Quality Night Shirts at --------60c KNICKERBOCKER PANTS. $1.00
$3.00 yacht shape reduced to ---- 2.10 Negligee, detached collar to match,
Jj $2.25 Pajamas reduced to 1.65 $2.50 quality at $1.65 reduced to
--------- ------------- ------------ 75c65c
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$2.50 yacht shape reduced to ----, 1.50 Negligee Shirts
$1.50 Pajamas reduced to 1.15 reduced to--_____40c
---------- $ .25 quality at $1.55
------------- 50c
Best Work Shirts
1,35 _40c
$2.25 yacht shape reduced to ----- -------------
HANDKERCHIEFS.50c $ .oo quality at $1.30 -
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Linen, narrow hem, at_ 35c yacht shape reduced to 1.25 UNDERWEAR
--------- $2.00 ----
35c Linen, narrow hem, at_ .25c .:$L85 quality at $1.20 Scrivens Elastic Seam Drawers,
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25c Linen, narrow hem, at 20c $1.25 Boys' Straws reduced to .... 85 C 75c grade reduced to (JQc
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$ .50 quality at $1.10
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( 15c soft finish, at lOc Scrivens Knee Length Drawers,
----------------- 75c Boys' Straws reduced to ---- 55C
$1.25 quality at 80e 75c grade reduced to (JOc
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RUBBERIZED RAIN COATS. 65c Boys' Straws reduced to ---J 45 C B. V. D. Undershirts and Drawers -
$16.00 Double Texture reduced to.Jll.50 :$1.00 quality at 65C
I ------------ 50 grade reduced to 40c
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$14.00 Double Texture reduced to10.50 BOYS' STOCKINGS.35c .
Porosknit Shirts and Drawers
$10.00 Double Texture reduced to$7.25 REGAL ,
SHOES
No-Darn-Knit at
25c 50c
-------------- grade reduced to 40c
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$5.50 Rubber Lined reduced to$3.85
"" ':.75 pairs of Worsted and Serges at half 25c Base Ball at -----------------20c Otis Knit Shirts and Drawers,

KHAKI WORK PANTS. price. 50c grade
$1.25 grade reduced to ____________85c 'Calf Skin, Via Kid, Gun Metal,Patent and BATH ROBES. ----------------------- I
White Canvas. Scrivens Union Suits-
$2.50 Corduroy Pants reduced to____$1.30 $7.00 Blanket Robes reduced to ____$4.25
$3.50 Regals reduced to __________$2.90 $2.50 grade reduced to -----____ 1.65
reduced to _______ t25
LINEN AND PANTS. $
MEN'S POPLIN $7.00 Terry Cloth
$4.00 Regals reduced to ____._____$3.10
$2.00 grade reduced to ___________$1.25 $4.50 Regals reduced to ___________$3.60 $5.50 Terry Cloth reduced to _______$3.65 $2.00 grade reduced to _________ 1.40

$2.50 grade reduced to ____________$1.65 $5.00 Regals reduced to ___________$3.95 $4.00 Terry Cloth reduced to _______$2.85 $1.50 grade reduced to ----------1.15


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BASE BALL AS AN INVESTMENT. GROVES TAKEN CARE OF r| IIMtilllMIII JIM | MM


As is well known to most people, 4 Plowing, mowing, team work, heavy!.

league ment, and base like ball any teams other are investmentmay an invest- hauling all prepared my life, etc.to in please caring Having you.for been groves Satisfactionin engaged, I am"' S Specials T Thal S Should Interest Y You U

prove good or bid. The owners every line of work. L. M. HALL,
of the Red Sox have made a fortune 608 Division street, Orlando, Fla.
out of them. 5-141 mo.

Last year Red Sox won the championship FOR RENT-A seven-room house, $12.50 No. 8 Cook Stoves for $10.00
and big money for the :Stock- Modern improvements. Fine loca-
holders. This year, with only about tion. Rents very reasonable. Apply;
onefifth"of the games played, abouta 214 East Church St., Orlando, Fla. Good Tin Roofing, Put on Complete,
Wiik
JCN JK w y 5183tFOR
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quarter of a million of people have cfl

witnessed the games, and there is rea- SALE-Large Lot near Methodist $5.00 per Square \ \
son to believe that the attendance for Church. Whole or part. Withor t
the year will amount to a million anda A Vacation Hint without dwelling Address or wire. !
half. I E. N. Coy, Irondequoit, N. Y. 5-10-tf I 20 Ib. Tin Roofing, Put on Complete,
Before you buy a railroad ticket.
until Should the Sox: gradually improve L for this or that summer resort, FOR SALE-Full blooded Jersey cow I $6.50 per' SquareTHE i im
they finally strike,their old gait, come in and look at our MidSummer fresh. Apply G. W. Rine residence
thereby getting actually into another No.:
Lakeville near Clarcona. Phone
Woolen line arid let us makea BHa BHl
pennant race in the final month or 20-22, Apopka, Fla. .
cool Summer Outing Suit for -
two of the season, this attendance d&w5-143tt I
ir it
would jump tremendously. A close you.We
make a ipecialty of Nor-; HOUSE AND LOT-A bargain. Size i|
finish throughout the final weeks of lot 80 150 lake on Hand I !
folks and will be pleased to x near : j HELMS HARDWARE
the season would mean crowds of street. Seven room house finished in' .
show a few of our latest
you "
enormous size day after day, and the Curly Pine. Fruit trees and shrub- "
would I II models.Men's bery. $1,500 if sold within ten days.Good .'
figure go beyond a million anda
I reason for selling. Box 659. I COMPANYit
half.
Fashion Shop 5-22 3t 7
So you see the winning of the:.
championship of the world in base ? Hand Building FOUND-Pair of nickle-plated plyers
ball means very much more than the Owner call at Sentinel Office.
Cor. Church and Orange Orlando z
receipts of the year in which the title & JUST REUEIVED
is taken. It means greater profits the 11111111 I III I 'il '' I1NI I FOR SALE-Scotch Collie, male, fine
pedigreed stock. One old. For
succeeding if the falls year
team
behind its standard year even of the triumphant I further P. Robinson particulars, 404 ,Boone address street, Mrs., Orlando T.
TUB SILKS S CREPE
eason., BUSINESS T BOOSTERS---- -- OAK HILL- ---is-the----beautiful- subdivision d 3t w It [r[ CHIFFONS S

The Red Sox will receive considerably CLASSIFIED to the Northeast of the city andI I
more than half of the total receipts Business Boosters (classified adver- still have some choice lots there. "Make good" with good printing;
because their home crowds will tisements) received after 10 o'clock .Carl Jensen. you can get it at the Sentinel Facilities \ CREPE VOILES
be than those foreign will be in the "Too Lateto :
greater on midnight run FOR RENT-Five room cottage with: for the desired article unequaled
fields.It Classify" column. all modern conveniences. Garagefor in, this section. Phone 24.
is.safe to predict that the Red. Boosters of five lines, or less approximately auto, or horse and buggy. Apply Bulgarian Trimmings and Ribbons
30 words-one time, 25
515 East street. 5-15 tf
Sox this not considering the possibility -
year : cents; three times 50 ; one week
of a world's series, will makea (six daily and one cats editions)
greater profit than they did ; $tOO; one month, $3.00. LOST-Nickel cover for auto sparker. Paul A. Horn
year when a world series and its ne ta Finder please return at Sen Latest Styles in Millinery
tinel office
a HIRE-Nice with name and address. .
: FOR
left about seven passenger
gain of about $90,000 5-22 2t CONTRACTOR and
touring car. Large and roomy. BUILDERI
quarter of a million dollars "velvetin 4-20 tf J. B. MAGRUDER.BUY '
the club treasury. LOST-Pair of nose glasses with REPAIRING A SPECIALTY.
a lot in Thornton. Park, a nice gold chain attached. Finder please MISSES HAMILTON & DUNN :
suburb in east part of the city. Carl leave at this office and receive reward: P.O. Box 624 Orlando FU.
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WHAT HARM 1IT DID I' 1RlJO\ JK J\\ K &TRUST I OMr J\ H THE MARKETOf




Pastor Russell, Quoting Jesus, : and Surplus and Undivided Profits $120,000.00. Cleanliness Of .Quality i


Says Satan Is Father of Lies. : Total Resources over Three-quarters of a Million. FRESH AND SALT MEATS


I Statement of the Orlando Bank and
FISH AND GAME
The First lie-Where It Was Told. I \tikHI$ J\. ,: --1 Trust Co* at Close of Business
Why |It Was Told-To Whom It Was i
ti. I April 16th, 191J-The Ser Kept under the best sanitary conditions.
Told-Its Result-Its Repetition-The I '
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Disastrous Results-All Manner of I {. "oy. .z.. .. .. nth Anniversary of Everything screened from the flies
Crimes Are Its Fruitage-The Only r -. ...."J-s!:> .,... \ ..' away and kept fresh
I .t Jlt. ; 1,'. Its Existence
Remedy-Why?-When 7-How? I .' ..r /' .-r1 '\ .f,1 .1' and pure.

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> IIa iisburg, Pa., i ,, -t{ ':' We invite inspection and guarantee satisfaction. have
May 18. Pastor I je ; 4f"
Itus ell's address !, (I. 1:1" .L c'... :.. ...,icl14Y.,r '-''f RESOURCES I everything in the Meat Line.

today on Satan's I I e g iI' '"t .. Loans and Discounts... ...$388,197.88 I IL

great He was re- ;f. "' "". N'' .'''' Overdrafts .............. 92242
narkable. lIe really i 'c' The PARLOR
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t told his audience I .....,.. 1' 1f .... Real Estate, Furniture MARKET'-
-rill', 1 r.. '. y 'd Fixtures .......... 25, 3.41 ,

.S l all been that believing they had I 7 i 11 \., -.! ( I Stocks and Bonds ........ 26,018.SS I '

Satan's lie. lie 'I ;:', .r w-'f-.., .I Cash on hand and In Banks 86,267.61Total H. M. Self & Co.

really told spirit 1
!
mediums that they Ff ( ...............$789,260.08
were mediums, not .I 18-20 PINE STREET
PAS10R gIL SEII between dead and I I" v LIABILITIES

living humans, but I ., '
between humans and demons-the ,:. \ '"r- : Capital Stock ...........100000.00 Phone No. 80iiiiiiinimiiiiiiiimiHiiiii
fallen angel Yet the Pastor said all I .. "'; Surplus and UndiwlflfJ.

this so kindly that none could possibly : Ja-\'t : :::4 1 Profits ................ 8j 144.11

take offense. 4: t Deposits to.......... .... J1SJIi bees ois,, ,,IUIIII *
He opened his address by declaringthat ii' : __ --- --
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the common conception respectingBatan's ; ,1' t Total ...... ..........$789160.08
and whereabouts
appearance f'y I'I'
LIGHT
is wholly false, built not upon Scripture .. 1 i' r' THE

but upon human imagination, .
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handed Pastor down from a darker day. The I Deposits April 1I1S..95IU7MI I' PATH TO PROSPERITY I
believes in a personal Satan
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who Is Beelzebub, prince of demons.
Be believes tlp Bible to teach that UritW Slat* GtrsriMemt, State and Clair Difesttirj Inereast in 11 days ......f,7UM

Batan is an angel of high rank, possessed J0 j Merchants who use Electric Signs never lose
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of superior powers, outranking ..- Qr J .
LU associates, and hence their leader. their way by choosing the wrong road to suc-

That Satan is not In some far-off J You
cess. simply cannot fail to attract new
place ,with his fallen angels torturing MtMiMilllllMMIIMMHHIIIIIIHMIItllltitMltllilHHMIIMttllHMtit M
millions of humanity, the Pastor made customers if you use an Electric Sign. It acts

very clear. He showed that the Scriptures I like an' irresistible drawing all the
magnet
teach, on the contrary, that since
the Deluge Satan and his associates W. M. SLEMONSDo trade within its reach: That is the reason ,

Ire under restraint, confined in Tar
tarus-our atmosphere. Satan is very i they command the attention of buyers. '

literally "the prince of the power of the

air," and his demon host are membersOf I For Every Store Owner
this aerial malevolent
power respecting
God and righteousness, and you want to buy :Men's Shoes-King Quality at $3- 50, $4.00 or 500. 0 I

especially foes of Jesus' followers.The Crosset Shoes at -4.00.Vomen's Tan Shoes at $3.50; Tan Pumps, $3.50, GunMetal No matter how small his business, the Elec-

Lie and Where Told. or Patent ,Leather Shoes or Pumps at $3,50.Ve have new styles and tric Sign is the. cheapest and most effective
The lie was told In Eden. The ser-

pent was Satan's tool. Satan was the best quality. advertising.

original rebel. The fallen angels rebelled Phone for our Sign Designer to call and submit .
long afterward. The Pastor 3
would not say that the serpent could Do You Want a Boys' Suit or Boys' PantsWe a sketch

not speak under Satanic obsession, but
No Trouble to Us---No Expense to You.
Inclined to believe that it spoke by its 'II
actions. By eating the forbidden fruit have a new stock to select from. The Men's Suits that we sell made by ,. J.n

and not dying the serpent seemed to Schloss Bros are well known all over the country. They are worn by Lawyers,
give the lie to God's Word.
serpent Satan declared to Throughthe the woman Doctors, Bankers, Merchants, Farmers, Skilled Workmen and men who appre-

suggested, "Ye that shall God not was surely trying die to,"keep and ciate merit and correct style in the clothes they wear. We recommend them. ..1 ORLANDO l ATER ITH& LIGHT C .I

herself and Adam Ignorant, and that The brand is a guarantee of quality. It is a pleasure to show these clothes, and

they should assert their rights, by we invite every man who reads this paper to visit our store and look at them. COOK GAS
eating the forbidden fruitThe

Pastor made very clear Satan's doo"+++ nt eo eOtlOdd4DO9l1fiAlMr'I8)S688Q' !'_ __ _
object In telling this lie. Satan was Just Received Mens' Mohair Suits
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ambitious
to have dominion, to manifest !-
his superior ability as a sovereign.

When man was created, with powerto
propagate his species, Satan saw
his opportunity. By alienating the
first pair, he would eventually capturea W. M. SLEMONS

race and become spiritual ruler, of I'JFitIiIMs1.1Get

earth. To carry out this program, he
started his first lie. iilllllllllMMIItttMIMHiMMMMMIIMMMMMtMIMMMHHIMIiliiHliil

Satan's Plans Changed. Better Walls and
When Satan perceived that'mankind MMMtiMllitlMIMIIItlMMiMiMIMimillMIMMIIMIillliilMmillMMMf

were perishing, he thought to clrcum- '
Tent God by introducing fresh life Into Ceilings With Bishopric ,

humanity. This he did by seducing IF YOU WANT THE LATESTIN _
tome of the angels to materialize and Wall Board

rear human families. The Pastor #

pointed out Scriptures describing this On Any Building Job Easy to Apply

deflection. Thus was produced a race Mastic and surfaced with heavy fibre*,'
Make farther,'
I your building money go board Makes an enduring surface that'
of giants born In opposition to the THE LINE OF UP TO DATE DRY GOODS, CLOTHING, I save time and get better results by us.taI tmooth. Will not warp, shrink
Divla will, tad therefore devilish. I log Bishopric Wall Board for walls andctUings. buckle or pull loose in any climate wla
Soon the earth was filled with vtoteoc HATS AND SHOES, ALSO LADIES READY TO WEAR I I Costs 50 per cent less than ter proof or, sound-proof summer. Is and moisture-proof.fire-resisting.rat V

*. Mankind were rapidly becom- I plaster to apply-looks better and lasts Sheets 4 ft x 4 ft. come ready to ap.'
fef dtmonlied. Apparently Noah and DRESSES OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS COME TO B. SALO I, as long as the building. ply. Anyone who can drive nails can apptf'
it. Prices low.
Us family alone remained uncontamlMted. : No More Cracked Walls"Bishopric"
MON. SATISFACTION GUARANTEED OR MONEY
Then the Deluge which God I walls and ceilings are unPraised Everywhere)
bd foreknown and withheld until this I Affected by the jars and moisture which
REFUNDED. This Wall Board makes Users
cracJuplaster. by
time, swept both and hu 7
giants
away I smooth, hard surface that gives lottingtattoaction. /.
manity. None who received their life Is displacing lathandYutlewsllBoard aFooene11fs.Oayfaster x
'-helmed plMM la everywhere for cottages *
from angels were of Adamle stock,tad lows, fine homes public bungsL, gar iri feet of Bwboprio Will Bo.rd. 8Up"
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brace will,have DO resurrection. OrlandoWHAT ages, out-buildings and every kind of es The<*if otttr poftibl,*got from you w.bne oa two roost
B. Salomon tructure. ..41\looks
latin, Thwarted, Trite Again antinLAg a&vzssmn
Saves Month's Bo1v'P*
TU fallen angels aid Satan were a ready f
then restrained from materUttiatfcn.Ttos Comes In sheets 4 feet square, Investidate This "
Today
for use. Go s on dry. Just nail it to
BaUn'i second, plan for empire ItlHIMIMitMti bare studding and walls and ceilings are / __
ready for decorators the same- day. Yon can see thisEdges _.
filled. Still rebellious, he took op aMY wonderful
needed. non-
meet evenly no panelling
:l_# He would bnbltter ho- WHAT WE GET WITH SHOE it was for the trusts Shoes, glucoseand No skill needed to apply it. Saves amonth's warpine fire-re-
of in the load slitias wall board at
glucose'
-1Iti-tjsjost God and thai defeat mum quantity f Epson salts! And Payne taxism! time in building. the store of any of the
God's pUnt He matt deceive them LEATHER. ed leathers was 10.4 per cent and the $5,000 Ant'-Warp Bond dealers named below. : Ii
Examine carefully and
It
unto tnlnklac God to be a monster. He average 5.5 per cent. The maximum THE HYPOCRITES.They Bishopric Wall Board U the only Walt lean bow you can make M. ifl
malt keep them In If&onace. As a amount of these loading materials Board stiffened with lath. Kiln-dried building money so. farther by II tJ
According to an exchange our shoe lath art Imbedded in toughened Asphalt- using"$isbopdc 'for wt:i tad cefliaj
fir this he need hiseelctnaJBe
pasta scheme found in any leather was 16 per cent
leather is very much like the farmer's and the average where both were go on Sundays to the church FOR SALE BY

Fee 4000 years Satan has Instill* ducks which are fed on sand and meal I I present was 8 per cent. The results And'sit way up in front;

ttttt Ue into the minds of hcmanltj. before marketing in order to increasethe I. They bow their heads in solemn
obtained indicate that not less than .
he has succeeded thewblft
per* wonderfully
weight. ,
world U wltneee Notwtthstandfcf In paying high prices'forshoS, the 1,0004000 pounds ,of glucose and,to'the Epsom ,J .in prayer now and then a grunt.. .Orlando Novelty Qrks
salts Jfce sold annually "
the fact that man's fire senses tell .. >w
consumer has also been paying for .I. r7 "r t!.J.J J + '11 :-.: m'
MSB that t% dead are dead, the masses&hste American people." '
that the deed are more alas glucose and salts. The department of They listen to the preacher's voice, "

tan before they died. Notwlthstandfcuj agriculture, in a concise but compre- And. why did the leather men go And nod in full assent ..

the consistency of God's Word, hensive bulletin, lets the public know into the Epsom salts and glucose As heexhorts all sinners for
The Mastic Wall Board and Roofing Mf Co.. Cincinnati Oak
in addition ot shoeing and
-
business .
Tnou shalt surely die the whole how it has been fooled by the pro To live well mi repent (t1)x,
enslaved Ut, "Ye public? The bulletin
world Is by Satan's tectionists, and makes the startling hogging-the
shall not die." the tersely, saying that
surely declaration that "not less than 12- gives reason The ylisten and they nod their heads,
IpirKism Obsession,, Possession. "the loading was to increase the mar-
WALL BOARD
000,000 pounds of glucose and Epsom Their minds are working, keen;
While acknowledging that some Into ketable weight of the leather." Andso : '
salts sold "Now whom do
are annually to the Amer- you suppose he
fflutni are frauds, the Pastor believes in addition to paying the cost of
ican But what meant?
people. have salts
the majority' of them are sincere, but
the leather the cost of the manufacture -
deceived. Many of them thoroughly and glucose to do with footwear? 'Twas Mrs. Blank, I ween." .
'I and the "protective" tariff duty
beUe?* that they communicate with Much! The department finds and so

the dead. Only the Bible can save states with emphasis, that "63 percent added, we have also been paying for 'Tis queer they never take to heart READ TIlESENTINELFORTIlENEWS L F

them from that delusion. It alone of the leathers examined by the 112,000,000 pounds of Epson salts and The lessons pulpits preach,
shows that a demon host Is cooperating glucose in addition! And we stood
department were weighted with glucose But always can pick out the one .
with Satan, to uphold his lie. for it for And when the wood-
"I years
with Epsom salts or with both, The preacher seeks to reach.
All should accept the Scriptural testimony cock thinks it over and looks at the! ---- -- - ----- -
that that and gives interesting information o f
the dead are dead,
Jesus' death is the Redemption-price, the fooling of,the people as follows: American people who stood to be
and that the the Biblical "The quality of varied from hogged for so many years, he hasn't The Cubans in Tampa had a cele-
resurrection !' loading l riiiri
word but just hikes to Falls bration Tuesday i nhonor of the inau- P Patrufflzee l A
sal-atlon. t ,
: The truth will keep us 1 to 7.3 per cent of Epsom salts, withan l a osay 1
free from Satan's snares. average of 3 per cent The maxi of Rough and meditates on how easy president guration of of the Gen.Republic:Mario of Menocal Cuba. as


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IMMMMHIIiilllllillM IMIIIillMUl i iI I SUNDAY MUSINGS. :: '
iI I flflfluflmmntflfluhtllllIImrwflflfltufluflnuuhiWhat
Education as a True Art.
C. Massey, President ::

This week will mark the beginningwith
Cut
T. Pktoo Wulov. Vk J>m. 8. W&Un So.I *
> Howard C Babcock Au't CuUcr Samuel A.Newell Mat Culler many young people. It is com-
mencement week. To some this meansa
world of possibilities; to others it
THESTATE has no meaning; it is a mere formality l-
is
gone through .with after the man- theCHRISTMAS
ner of fashion.
Education is more than an outward
form and must carry with it some-
BANK thing more than a passing glimpse at SAVING
books. Some will view this week's
festivities very much like the savage
Indian viewed a special feast day-
of OrlandoTHE for the outward show-the feathers CLUB ?

and flashy colors, the beautiful plati- .
tudes and high sounding praise devoidof
meaning as the climax in the edu-

OlDEST BANK 1N1TH [CITY cational process. Others will forget Merely a'number ol people who arrange to systematically
the gaudy show tent and drink deep
-AND- I I fro m the spring of inspiration of save certain odd pennies each week with (the positive as-

I commencement day, and will be surance that they will receive a check two weeks before
I strengthened thereby for the fields of
The Bank whkh transacts more business than conquest that lie before them. Christmas for every penny they have saved.

any Bank between Jacksonville and Tampa The young man and young woman
who approach their commencementday
with the feeling that thus far -
The large patronage of this Bank has been built up they have been dealing with the rudi-

during twenty years by conducting its business on sound mentary principles of education, and You can save any amount from 2 cents week up.
the disciplining of the mind, the
banking principles with careful attention to the,legitimate beauty and grandeur of real educa-

wants of customers. The confidence of the publicis tion will be unfolded as they proceed The 2 cents the first
with their studies, and they will catcha $11 .,
reuected in the large amount of deposits. satisfying glimpse of the wider week "club" nets you .,

Average deposits First Quarter of 1913, $900,000. fields beyond and will come to a truer
understanding of the work before!
them. The work thus far is a key.
'FOUR PER CENT PAID ON SAVINGS ACCOUNTSOur Properly used that key will open the
way to the vistas of the greater edu- IT IS WORTH WHILE !
cation and'the beautiful Victoria Ny-
anza will appear to view. But every
correspondent banks are located in part of student should understand that
every com-
Call attYe Christmas Savings Club Window and let us explain it more fully,
mencement days are but periods in ..
of the largest Banks in"the -
the world and include some
the well rounded paragraphs of edu- for better still join some club now.

United States. cation. There is no such thing as fin-
ishing an education. So long as life
i jiiiiiiiiiiiimiiMiiiMMiiiiiMiiiiiiiiiimiiitt lasts there will be found new fieldsof

--- exploration, new territory to ac-
SOROSIS PICNIC SUNDAY FOR N. P. YOWELL quire and new problems to solve in The Peoples National Bank
the University of Life. Not until the :
About twenty of the members of If there is any man in Orlando great God calls us home to perfect
the Sorosis Club left "dull care" be- glad for this Sabbath day, it is N. P. conditions will we find a page on "It is a pleasure to serve you."
hind them yesterday and motored to Yowell. He has had a strenuous which to write "Finis."
Lake Conway, where, in Mrs. Mahlon week. His special sale has been a The mastering of one lesson but
record breaker for Orlando. Thai! for another, and this widening
Gore's cozy cottage, they spent a most | prepares 0wnnnuuaunuuunuunuuuunnnnnuntuuuuuuuuL
delightful day. At noon a delicious I sale is still on and the list of bargains process continues from day to
buffet luncheon was enjoyed ,and afterwards -:he will offer will move the goods with day, like unto the ripples occasionedby
the ladies discussed vari- the rapidity of a Kansas cyclone in the tossing of a pebble in the fiiiMMiiiiiiiimiiii IMIHIMItlMMIMIIICMU
ous matters concerning the welfareof a wheat field. stream, whose circle widens until it
the Club. "* The goods Mr. Yowell is offering touches the shore of beyond.
Those attending were: Misses Jane every lady knows to be first class The beginning of wisdom is the
AT THE
Patterson, Emma Hainer, Kena Fries goods and they are wise enough to love of God and the young man or
and Mesdames Mahlon Gore, J. M. see a bargain and take advantage of young woman with this love in their I
Thayer, A. B. Whitman, S. E. Ives, Sr.,It. hearts and determination in their I
Helen Wright, W. S. Branch, Victor Mr. Yowell is a born merchant and minds start out in pursuit of educa-
Starbuck, J. C. Patterson, M. 0. Over- he has the happy faculty of calling tion will find a rich response so en-
street, Frederic Stanley and E. L around him most excellent helpers. grossing and so inspiring that it luresone ai H Hang l
.Bliss. Mr. J. W. Rex, who seems to be general on in the search until the well n

manager, general advertising agent ground diamonds of truth are uncov- W
CIVIC LEAGUE MEETING and Chief of Police, is one of the most ered.
wide-awake hustling merchants that Onward, ever onward, young man,
There will be a general business ever struck these parts. Mr. Yowellis young woman.
meeting of the Civic League in the fortunate to secure such a man and
Methodist church Monday afternoonat with that painstaking good natured,, PUBLIC SCHOOLS CLOSE THIS

i 3:30 p. m. All members and interested comedian brother commonly called WEEK.
parties are urged to be pres- Walter, Mr. Yowell is equipped to
ent. take care of a trade equal to any storein This is the closing week of school We will auction $1000.00 worth of ; !

this land.BISHOP and one of the most trying weeks of *
the Final examinations

U. D. C/s WILL ENTERTAIN GRAY REMAINS IN OR- and more year.scholar.or less trying Teachers, both for anxious teacher are remnants at prices that will be offeredby i

The U. D. C.'s will entertain at LANDO are
that pupils and with their
pass go on
bridge Tuesday afternoon from four
to six o'clock at the home of Mrs. W. Bishop Gray preaches today at Eus- grades and this is not always possi- the No bid restricted.
ble, but most tachers will stretch people.
P. Watson on Concord avenue. An tis. As is well known, the Bishop a
admission fee of 25 cents will be retires from the active managementof point to help a really earnest pupilto
charged, for the care and maintenanceof church affairs October 1, but will pass on in his grade, and upon the
a needy veteran, whom the chapteris still keep in close touch with the work. good judgment and kind considerationof MONDAY MAY 26th
the ,
teacher a boy and girl
endeavoring to support. This is He resigned because the church is many
have on and made good in their
gone
done in the name of "sweet charity"and growing so rapidly in Florida that
those so inclined will be contrib- he felt that a young man should head education, where the disappointmentand 10 and 7
uting to a worthy cause. the work, and the man upon whom chagrin of failing to pass has dis- a. m. p. m.
falls the mantle of Bishop Gray, will couraged many a boy and girl and .'
have the honor of following one of the caused them to drop out of school.
CLASSIC AND CHURCH AT NORTH
HIGHLANDS greatest men who ever directed the The average boy and girl little real- All be on hand
izes how much they owe to the kind
church in America and the greatestof
and liberal judgment of the teacher.
Florida church Some
On Tuesday evening the twenty- leaders No business man in the city labors
weeks ago a story came from Ft.
fifth concert took place in the Neigh- under
the effect that greater responsibilities than
borhood Myers to Bishop Grej
series. The solos were taken Professor Coleman in the
had purchased property in that city handling of
from compo'sers of the highest rank
these lives and
and would take his abode there young shaping of
.and and Mrs.particularly were Mrs. Wade's The Bishop says up this is all a myhtthat t young minds for the start in life.
Boyd's numbers enjoyed and The closing week and the N. P. YOWELLTHE
commencement -
.,. encored. The audience joined heartily such he a thing.never had any idea of doing days should enlist the sympathies -
in singing one verse each of many and interest of
:Mine: The people of Orlando will be exceedingly every man and
and then
hymns By contrast songs woman in the city.
-;:J *dT glad to know that Bishop
a flippant nature. Dr. Rickert sent
There five
his regrets on account of not being Gray is to remain: with us. Miss Edna are graduates:Miss this yaer 0
Hyer, Fay Vaughn,
well, but he also was kind enough to Mr. Gerald Hurlbert, Mr. Alfred Links ailli Jjj
prepare a paper on the subject of the FLORIDA THE SLEEPING GIANT and Edwin McQuarter. (
evening. This was read by Mr. Frank Baccalaureate sermon Sunday even-
Wiliams. Mrs. Murphy also read a (W. R. O'Neal's Palatka Speech.) ing, June 1, in the Methodist Church,
paper on her favorite topic. The great state of Florida has now Dr. Wray preaching the sermon. BIG WHITE
nearly 55,000 square miles of land Monday night, in the school auditorium -
LISTEN! ALL GRADUATES! and less than 1,000,000 population. If will be held the class night ex
as thickly populated as Massachusetts ercises.

Are cordially invited to call at the we would have 27,940,000. Tuesday night, at the Lucerne Op- STOREIIMIIMIMMMIIIMMfcHMItMMMMIIItMiMIIMIIIItill
new Evans' Photo Parlors and inspectmy If we shall have as many people per era House, commencement exercises. V
work. If it appeals to you, I will square mile as the great agriculturalstate
be glad to quote you special prices.Ever.thing of Ohio, where grain fields now BROWN & LARTIGUE TAKE PITY I
new and up-to-NOW. stretch as far as the eye can reach, ON MENThe *tM
Studio is located on corner just over we would have 6,435,000 and none of -
block north of court house. Orlando, these states are now supporting the
Florida. 5-25 3t population of which they are capaple. Yowell's ladies and are having their inningat ST. PETE AFTER BUSINESS. "THE.. MAN-EATER" AT THE LU- Mr. Frank Ross, the affable ,representative -
Watchman, what of the hour? Whois tomorrow morningthe __ CERNE of the Hamilton-Brown Shoe
husbands and will have their
to develop the rivers, the harbors, sons Company, St, Louis, is in Orlando,
A FINE OPPORTUNITY.For inning at Brown & Lartigue's. If the A number of prominent men of St. a
the forests, the mines, the oyster beds Lucerne The guest of the San Juan.
men of Orlando will read the ad of Petersburg are planning to make The pictures at the
rent from June 1st to October1st the fisheries, the lands, the gardens Brown & Lartigue in today's paper, their Northern trips this summer by atre last night were good. The pro- -
seven-room furnished house; that will feed and clothe this mighty they will make a list of their wants, auto in order to do effective advertis- gram consisted of pictures both_ comic Have you bought that
bath, toilet up and down stairs; elec- people? and if they are not the best dressedmen ing for the Sunshine City. This is a and serious and full of adventure, the ? If not and you automobileyet
tric lights, water and telephone in- night and day, in South Florida, splendid idea and no doubt many peo- principal picture of the evening be- should read the advertisement want one, you
cluded in rent. $15.00 per month. Laying hens for sale. 10 Gould it will be their own faults for prices ple will be interested in that city by ing, "The Man Eater." This gave a San Juan Garage That of the
Inquire Daily Sentinel. 24-3t street 5-25-3t have placed good clothing within the reason of these overland excursions. splendid insight into the South African firm has placed cars within enterprising
1 \ reach of every man. Come men, let's St. Petersburg understands the art of life before the days .of. civiliza- all.Louis the reachof
Subscribe for the Sentinel. /v Subscribe for the StDdM&. :.1_ dress up and be good. advertising and gets results. tion.



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