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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 27, 1913
Frequency: daily (except monday)
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando
Coordinates: 28.533611 x -81.375833 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1913.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 1, no. 269 (Dec. 20, 1913).
General Note: J.F. Schumann, editor.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 4 (Feb. 14, 1913).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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VOLUME ONE ORLANDO, FLORIDA, TUESDAY, MAY 27TH, 1913. NUMBER 91.GRAY .



VETERANS[ I HAYES UWIS\ BIG LOBY 'MON CLAIMS eURf I TEN THO US AND I II TRYING TO fiX


IN CHATTANOOGA i, SUCCEEDS[ LU WORK\ TARiff I fOR TUBERCULOSI&&! DOllARS LlBL[ SUIT I: BLAMEONVOOL\


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MORE THAN A THOUSAND MEN LECTOR OF INTERNAL REVENUE BELIEVES MONEY WITHOUT SENATOR KERN SAYS liE FOUNDA ROOSEVELT IN MICHIGAN TO II' MILLIONAIRE WOOL TRUST

SPEND NIGHT AT CAMP STEW- NEGRO, WHO SERVED LIMIT IS BEING SPENT TO SUSTAIN SURE REMEDY FOR WHITE PROVE THAT HE DOES NOT HEAD TARGET IN DYNAMITE

ART-THOUSANDS OF VISITORS FOR YEARS, WILL PRAC- IT, BUT DOES NOT PLAGUE IN ASHVILLE N. C. DRINK-TRIAL BEGUN YESTERDAY "PLANT' CASE NOW ON

WILL ATTEND | TICE LAW IN THIS CITY THINK IT IS EFFECTIVE j MANY OTHERS CURED. I TRIAL FOR CONSPIRACYo

Chattanooga, Tenn., May 26.-Mo-1 At the close of business in the of- Wasingtohn,. May -6.-President j Special to the SentinelWashington Special to the Sentinel Each day brings forth some new
bilization of United Confederate Vet- ', fice of Collector of Internal Revenue, Wilson today told the White House !I D. C., May 26.-The I Marquette, Mich., May 26.Thesuit sensation as the trial proceeds and the
erans here for their twenty-third annual I for the District of Florida, May 31, correspondents that he believed that ] introduction of a resolution by Over- of a former President of the lines are tightning on the man whom
reunion continued rapidly i I Joe Lee goes out and Hayes Lewis most extraoridinary lobby ever gath-j man in the Senate today calling for an United States to recover $10,000'dam- it is claimed directed the murderous
'throughout the night and today. Large takes official charge of his new office. ered by special interests to overcome anti-tubercucosis serum, revealed the ages for the alleged libel by a news- conspiracy to discredit labor unions.A .
crowds of civilians thronged the two :) This information came from Wash- legislation was now mustered at the ] fact that Senator Kern, Democraticfloor paper editor fa-- ." **--3 before Judge I man with so many luxuries that
railroad terminal stations and ington to check up the affairs of the capitol against the tariff bill. I leader of the Senate was treat- Richard C. I-iaamgan, of the Mar they become a burden to him is now
ed the Veterans detrain. watch-I Internal Revenue Department here in. The President said he had no doubt I i ed with serum in 1906. Mr. Kern said quette County Circuit Count, today,) on trial for one of the most henious
a thousand Veterans spent the night : Florida and order will be sent out im- that a few so-called lobbyists were ,afterward: "After several physicians when the case of Theodore Roosevelt crimes in the annals of criminal
at Camp Stewart and this number';! mediately for all the stamps in the there on legitimate errands, but that I diagnosed my case of tuberculosis, I versus George A. Newctt, of Ihpem-' courts.
was greatly augmented today. i State, to be forwarded at once to Jack- the great majority were occupied inj I'I'a went to a sanitarium conducted at ing Mich., went to trial. I William M. Wood, President of the
Gen. Bennett H. Young, of Louisville ,; sonville, where they will be accountedfor systematic misrepresentation of I I Ashville, N. C., by Dr. Von Ruck and The day was spent examining the ) American Woolen Co., a $75,000,00'0( ,
Ky., commander in chief of the :: recorded transferred to the custody facts. While the President believes' remained there several months. I jurors and at five o'clock some two I corporation, surrendered himself at
United Confederate Veterans, is l-j i I of Mr. Lewis, and then sent backto that the "lobby" opposition is concen-I.was absolutely cured and know many dozen veniermen had been called, but Boston Police Headquarters on August
ready in the city. After a careful ;I the places from which they come. trated against free sugar and free :I)others who were there with me have none chosen. Judge Flannigan decid- 30, 1912, after hearing that he
inspection of the arrangements made Mr. Lewis is not in town, so he wool, he is not apprehensive that it since completely recovered. Some ed that the jury must be spared today had been indicted for conspiracy. The
for the accommodation of the Vet I I could be spoken to on the matter today will be successful.The I.of the cases were far advanced. if possible, so ordered a night session indctmnet alleged that Wood and
erans, re pronounced them equal, if I,' but he will be in at the install President made it clear that he Senator Kern said Dr. Von Ruck and Lawyer Pounds for the pros- others had conspired to "plant" dyna-
not superior, to those at any previous tion. believed that scientific business methods -I used a form of vacine germs taken ecution said he hoped to put Roosevelt mite ;in several places in Lawrence
reunion. '!I! Joe Lee, who has been in the office and efficiency would overcome tar- from rabbits and guinea pigs. Mr. I and one of his former cabinet during the strike of mill operativesthere
Gen. Young has been in close com- :i: for many years, will remain in Jacksonville iff cuts and that with the applicationof Overman stated that Secretary Dan- members and others distinguishedmen so as to arouse public feeling
munication with railroad officials and I and resume the practice of scientific methods Louisiana would I I iels had sent an expert to Ashvilleto on the stand tomorrow. At to- I against the strikers.
predicts that more than a hundred : law, where he laid it down many years not only be able to continue in the investigate, and the expert reported night's session, a recess was taken at It was alleged that Wood and
thousand visitors and Veterans will?be i' ago. He says he is one of the oldest sugar industry, but do so profitably. !'' that Dr. Von Ruck's remedy, in his 9:15 after both sides had declared others conspired to place dynamite ina
in the city when the annual reunionis i I I'I' lawyers in the State, having been admitted 1 I'opinion, proved every claim made for their willingness that the session be Syrian boarding house in Lawrence.
formally opened tomorrow at .the I before the Supreme Court at BAD BLAZE NARROWLY AVERTED it. The Navy Department was fur- prolonged until the jury had been se Three Syrians were arrested following -
auditorium.The in He is : nished some of the serum and tests !: cured.A of
Tallahassee 1873. regardedas I the discovery of this plant Dynamite -
assignment committee kept its in the I I I are now being conducted in various recess taken with eleven in was '
the leading negro republican What might have been a most seri- men i but their innocence established -
headquarters open througout the State, and has the esteem of all who ous accident and fire was only avertedin I government places.ORLANDO the box all whom had passed prelim-I and they were released. The
night. Civilians and soldiers were directed know him for the modesty, and sound the C. T. Hungerford home Sunday I I I inary examination by both Syrains might have been sentencedto
to homes and to Camp Stewart business sense.AMERICAN night, by the prompt assistance of i SPEED STABLES while not finally acceped, many, if not ten years had they been convicted.The .
immediately upon their arrival. The neighbors.Mrs. ; all, may finally be on the jury that maximum penalty for the offenseof
' capacity of the hotels already is taxedto SUFFRAGETTES ON I'' Hungerford had gone to church 1!, Mr. C. G. Wescott is not only a tries the case. which Wood and his alleged co-
the utmost, many of the reserva- WAY TO EUROPE and Mr. Hungerford as is well knownis fancier of good horse flesh, but a thor- All during the court Roosevelt sat conspirators are charged is three
tions having been made months ago. I --- I a cripple and had taken off his arti. .ough judge of a speed horse, and is quietly inside the railing surroundedby years in the House of Corrections for
The first business meeting of the !: The Steamer Finland, which left ficial limb and laid down on the bed the owner of several horses of splen- former Secretary of 'the Interior each offense, or eighteen years for
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reunion week is scheduled for this I New York Saturday night carried I to rest and read, drawing the stand did breeding and well developed speed. Garfield, Gifford Pinchot and other each defendant if found guilty on all
afternoon. Members of the Confederate -, nearly a hundred American suffrag-I with the lamp close to the bed, and at A few weeks ago he shipped a num- prominent persons. The Colonel showed -I' six counts of the indictment.
States Memorial Association and ettes who are journeying to Antwerp I about 8 o'clock while in the act of unfolding ber of horses from this city north, great interest in the case. Newell I Dennis Collins, a Cambridge dog-
organization of the women of the to attend the International Congressof I the paper his hand struck the j where they will campaign during the didn't take the case as seriously as fancier is alleged to have conspired
Confederacy will hold a welcome gath- Woman's Suffrage Alliance. I lamp and knocked it over on the floor, summer in a circuit of race meets un- Roosevelt and sal still during the entire I| with Wood and with Ernest W. Pit-
ering by Mrs. M. T. Armstrong, pres- They go under the direction of the i spilling the oil which quickly ignited der the American Trotting Association session. tman and John J. Breen. Pitman, a
ident of the local association; Gen. Woman's Journal, a suffrage paperof II from the flame of the lamp and Mr. Marquette, 11 o'clock.-The Juryin I contractor and builder, who constructed
Bennett H. Young, in behalf of the this country. The itenerary of the Hungerford realizing the danger,I Among the horses shipped were the case of Roosevelt vs Newettwas the Wood Worsted Mills of the
Veterans; Gen. John B. Hickman, for I company is Antwerp, the Hague,I jumped out of bed and attempted to I''. "Duchess Hal" and "Joe Douglass" completed tonight at eleven American Woolen Co., in Lawrence,
the Tennessee division, U. C. V.; Mrs. Amsterdam Berlin Dresden Vienna o'clock after fifty-two veriremen had Lawrence when
( ,: get the lamp and throw it out doors. ;, two Florida bred horses of fine individuality committed suicide in
Alexander B. White in behalf of the and the convention! been examined.The summoned him to
Budapest, during But in jumping, he landed on the that are very speedy. the Grand Jury
Daughters of the Confederacy and season. As an after trip the party stump of his leg bruising it most' Mr. Wescott received a telegram jurors were then taken in testify about the alleged conspiracy.In .
others. I in company with others will visit painfully and was unable to do much yesterday from his trainer, Mr. J. charge by the sheriff.SUFFRAGIST. addition to the Syrian boardinghouse
Tonight the opening sessions of the i Venice, Florence, Pisa and Naples on but call for help. Several men and a Hooker Wilson, that they had reached I dynamite was found in a cob-
Sons of Confederate Veterans will be I an evangelizing mission. The women nurse at the Sanitarium heard his Jackson, Michigan, in good condition HIKENew I bler's shop and in a cemetery in Law-
convened. J. P. Norfield, of Memphis,I have started on a world-wide cam- cries and went to his release and none and without a mishap where they will I rence. Leaders of the strike denounced -
Tenn., commander in chief of the organization paign for woman suffrage. I I too soon for the fire was rapidly go into training. York, May 24th "General" I the "capitalist plot to discredit us."
will preside at all bus-i Upon their return to this land the spreading having caught in the mat-j Mr. and Mrs. Westcott will leave Rosalie Jones at the head of her loyal John J. Breen, a Lawrence undertakerwas
iness sessions of this department. 'I United States will be campaigned for ting on the floor and in the bedding for the north in about two weeks and army of suffragist hikers, many of arrested as the result of the discovery -
An interesting feature of the meet-1,the next two years, in the interest of was making rapid progress in its angry : will spend most of the summer in whom made the "on to Washington"trip that some of the dynamite
ing tonight will be the presentationof I universal suffrage legislation. efforts to devour the home. These 1! Michigan and Indiana.His last winter, marched from New was wrapped in an undertaker's mag-
sponsors. I friends succeeded in putting the fire horses enter and are registered York into the little town of Minneola,I azine which bore Breen's name and
PUSHED VICTIM OVERBOARD lout after a hard struggle but not until from Orlando Florida speed stables Long Island, this afternoon. address. He was fined $500.
CIVIC LEAGUE MEETING.The it had done considerable damage which is another good advertisementfor The paraders, whose only mission I The Amercian Woolen Co., common-
regular monthly meeting of the I Newburgh, N. Y., May 26.Whenthe I having run up the door casing and the Orlando. this time, is to bring converts to the j jIy known as the "Woolen Trust" con.
Civic League was held in the lecture trial of Burton W. Gibson for the wall to the telephone which it burnedso "cause" into the fold, are startingthis i trolls 33 manufacturing plants in
room of the Methodist church yesterday murder of Rosa Szabo was continuedthis badly that a new phone had to be I I A MISSING WONDER. afternoon and tonight on a tour : New England and New York State.
afternoon, Mrs. J. C. Patterson, morning, John Minturn of Green- put in. Mr. Hungerford carries no i of the states. They will devote their I The corporation employs more than
presiding. wood Lake, the only eye-witness of insurance.He I "He's so wonderful and he has such energies to oratory and tomorrow J 35,000 mill operatives.
Following the reading of the min- the fatality, was subjected to a close suffered much during the night a marvelous disposition. He dressesme morning will start out in the general ; William M. Wood has had what iti
utes, the treasurer reported a balanceof cross-examination. with his bruised limb and was unableto every morning and puts on my direction of Mount Vernon, N. Y.,i probably the most remarkable rise ofI
two hundred and nineteen dollars Minturn said he watched the boat wear the artificial parts yesterday. hat and butters my bread and pours which place they hope to reach by I I any man prominent in finance today.
and fifty-seven cents in the bank after containing Gibson and Mrs Szabo at Sir. Hungerford feels very gratefulto and sugars my coffee and cuts my the 31st of this month. A feature of;: He is forty-seven years old and was
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various expenditures during the distance of of mile.It the parade Mineola born in Edgortown, Martha's Vineyard -
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a three-eighths a the friends who came to his as- meat and draws on my gloves and todaywas
month. Reports were also given by I apepared to him that Gibson seized sistance. laces my shoes and does just every- the oldest suffragist on Long Island -I of Portuguese parents. His
the correspopding- secretary and the i the woman____ and___ nushed her___ overboard._ .n______ thin '!*" Mrs. Rhoda Glover who in- snite father had been an ignorant sailor,
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committees on Curfew, Streets, Edu- I BASEBALL RESULTS IN THE BIG The foregoing is part of a description of her eighty-five years occupied i a I I but shortly before the birth of his
cation, and Vagrancy, Mrs. Warlow, NO EXTRA SESSION DEMANDEDIf I LEAGUES of a New York husband who has seat of honor in a nondescript vehicle I i son, gave up the sea and opened a
chairman of the Tea Room Committee "mysteriously" disappeared from his drawn by her younger companions. I I cobbler's shop in Edgartown.
, told of the arrangement with Mrs. Governor Park Trammell has any I Special to the SentineL home. It is furnished by his wife. Mrs. Glover had planned to walk but I As a boy Wood got his eduation in
Van Ness for keeping the Tea and regard for the wishes of the tax pay- National We don't know where he is, but ven- "general" Jones decided that the char I New Bedford, Mass., where he als>
Rest Room open during the summer I ers of Florida, he will not call any I I Brooklyn, 5; Philadelphia, 8. i ture the guess that he either is. in iot was the proper place for the patriarch j learned the textile industry as a clerk
months. Mrs. Woodruff, of the Ways session of this "suff." 1 I and a small mill operative. Later he
l special legislature. Boston, 2; New York, 7. I Heaven or a home for imbeciles. Such
and Means Committee, read the names Ninety per cent of the people of Flor- Pittsburg-Cincinnati rain. perfection is too great for this wicked After Mount Vernon, the line of I I studied banking and participated in
of members who are requested to aid ida have no confidence either in the Chicago-St. Louis, rain.American I|world, or one so afflicted should be march of the conquering army includes I the reorganization of several Fall
in preparing for the Rose Carnival ability or integrity of this legislatureand I under restraint. Elmira, Watertown, Albany, Syracuse -: River mills because of his knowledge \
' which is to.be given early in the coming to call them back would be worse I I St. Louis, 4; Detroit,'3. I Buffalo and Monticello. At each I'of banking and of the technical end
month. than a useless waste of mon y. Any Philadelphia, 4; Washington, 0, 1st THE LAKE VIEW CLOSESMr. of these places the members of the lof the textile industry, although he
Mrs. F. A. Curtis, chairman of the i I good roads legislation that they might game. Philadelphia, 2; Washington;:9. I. traveling brigade will burst into oratory i'. had never been to college.
Committee on Birds, mentioned correspondence -pass i I would be a sorry mess if we ;I New York, 1; Boston, 3. Eugene S. Sperry, proprietor and try to !show the natives the !I i Later he became one of the officials
with the National Organization I may judge by their labors thus far. I II Cleveland-Chicago, rain. i of the Lake View House, one of the I error of their ways in not belonging !:i of the Washington Mills, at Lawrencenow
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for the protection of birds. About ten per cent of the men in South Atlantic I I II | most popular winter hotels of Orlando I to the suffragist movement After :I a part of the American WoolenCo.
Mrs. Curtis said that the general oPin-1 I the legislature are good honest men I I Savannah, 5; Charleston, 1. I j i has I: closed his house for the season I the Albany and Washington hikes no As president of the American
ion was that the prevailing bent on doing right The balance are I,, Columbus, 2; Albany, 0. I I and with his wife and daughter, Miss I II one has the nerve to doubt that the Woolen Co., Wood draws a salary of
millinery were largely responsiblefor I i political sharp shooters and public Jacksonville, 1; Macon, 0. Elizabeth, left yesterday for their: army will visit all the points on its I! $100,000 a year. He has other sourcesof
the destruction of bird life and I(I income, however and is a million-
jolliers. I Carolina northern headquarters at Bay Side itinerary. They will march, blistered ,
urged the league members to think i Raleigh, 5; Ashville, 4. I I,I Maine, where they own a good prop-. heels, stiff muscles, stone bruises and I' afire several times over. Testifying
seriously of the matter. LARGE TIE CONTRACT TO BE Durham, 5; Greensboro, 2. erty by the sea shore. Bay side is avery all the discomforts of army life, not- *I in court recently he was asked how
The new constitution, as read at the FILLED IN ORANGEMr. !! Winston-Salem, 4; Charlotte, 3. I I popular summer resort in a latitude withstanding. I many automobiles he owns.
previous meeting was adopted, after where the summers are cool and "I don't know," said Wood. \.'*
which the meeting was adjourned. R. M. Hughes, of Bartow, was I i WOULD PROHIBIT CURE I pleasant. The season there lasts un- RECOVERED YEARS AGO. "Possibly thirty-five or forty." :
in Orlando yesterday recruiting a i I til about the middle of September.Mr. It developed later that he owns 0
UNUSUAL SALE AT BROWN & large force of men for woods and I New York, May 26.-Dr. Joseph J.,, Sperry has had his Orlando Our esteemed banker, Mr. Waters fifty cars, many of which he has never
LARTIGUEThe mill work in the Chuluota and Lake O'Connell health officer of ': seen. They are kept scattered be-
the port house enlarged and repaired so that Howe, little realizes how near death s
attention of Sentinel readersis Picket region where he has a con-II of New York, sent a letter today to''I he will be prepared to handle more door he is. The State papers con- tween his different mansions for the
directed to the advertisement of tract for getting out a large numberof Health Commissioner Lederie, re- 'people another season. They will return tinue to pour in sensational storiesof use of his family and guests.
Brown & Lartigue, the outfitters for railroad ties. Mr. Hughes is an quest him to submit to the Board of to Orlando about October first the "Orlando Banker" who recentlywas
men and boys on Orange avenue which expert timber man and supplies the Health at its meeting a resolution'I and open the Lake View. a victim of bichloride poisoning.We Mr. George Burden made a flying
appears elsewhere in today's SentinelThe railroads with many ties. He is now prohibiting the administration of the I I II thought Waters had recovered trip to Jacksonville yesterday via the
prices they are offering on furnishing a large number to the East Friedmann treatment for tuberculosis I I WEATHER REPORT. from that several years ago. How- Coast Line, going on Number 80. Did
goods is remarkable. There is no Coast Company for their new branch. in New York "until such time as those I Generally fair Tuesday and Wednes- ever for the benefit of our exchangeswill not notice what seat he occupied. .
reason for people not being well roads. interested affirmatively in its administration -I day. say that Mr. Howe is right at
dressed in this town. Read their ad- shall satisfy the health de- 1 his post of duty with not a thing the Insurance, real estate, loans and
vertisement. Subscribe for the Sentinel partment of its innocuous character." Subscribe for the Sentinel I matter with him. rentals. Curtis & O'Neal.
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the bench for ten years and he wasa.
terror to law-breakers but always Special Bargains during the remainder of this month.
followed the course he thought just safely purchased fromus Shoes for men. ladies, misses and children, in all styles
and right. He has opened offices in : and colors, high and low, cut to suit the taste of every
the Blount building in Pensacola and: i '' body. .All shoes will sell at 25 per cent oft"
has resumed the practice of law. !' \vhere everythingis Ladies' Shirtwaists from -18c up.
I, ; ., Ladies' Dresses, in all styles and colors, French
The second quarterly conference of! guaranteed. 1-LL Gingham, from 9Sc up.
the Milton-Bagdad church of the] Children's Dresses, in all styles, sizes and colors,
Methodist church South, was held at i p- from 23c up.Ladies' .
the Methodist church in Milton, Monday -, Skirts, in Linen, Pique and Serges, in allst"les
of this week. The reports showeda / sizes and colors, from 98c up.
general advance along all lines and: t Dry Goods at a special reduction.
interest was not lacking in any de-; Allen & Co. I I1I r ; Ladies' and Children's Rain Coats from $1.98 up.
partment of church enterprise.Abe I Ladies' and Children's Keadyto-11 ear and Trimmed
I Hats from 25c up.
Martin says that the average: Men's Clothing, such as Blue Serge, Mohair and
woman would rather have a new pieceof : Cashmere Suits, all from $8.00 and up.
news than a new necklace. But i JEWELERS Men's Alpaca Coats from $2.00 up.
every husband will dispute that. I Men's Pants: all kinds, latest styles, from 9Sc up. ,
I Boys' Suits in Cashmere, washable Suits in all styles .
It is said that Governor Johnson is I and colors, from 50c up. +N.
writing a book bearing on the title II Orlando M FloridaOur Boys' Pants from 25c up. ).. .
page these words: "If I Were Presi- r Men's and Boys' Bathing Suits, all sizes, from 48c up. a :" t
dent" I Men's and Boys' Felt and Straw Hats from 25c up. 4 .
Notwithstanding our exceptional low prices, in addi
It's contagious, everybody is taking tion we give away premiums in chinaware to everybodywho
it, The Daily Sentinel. Only trades with us.
costs ten cents a week. 'i j We want your trade and we assure you that we will
v Repair Department at give you the best merchandise for your money. We guar- .'
Recently a New York State min antee satisfaction or your money refunded. Come and!
ister resigned his charge because he. coninceourseIC, your trade will be appreciated. .
found more than a score of his congregation -, your service always.llliitMltlHIIIIIMIIiMlilHIIIIIIItlMtlllMllill. If you would be posted be a daily visitor to this store. Agent for the Snow Shoe.

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from 1869 to 1877. Lincoln and Mc- ready to back every play of the Record.

I Kinley were re-elected but both were "plutes." These men do not measure I

1912 Though opposition during to the the Republican campaign of assassinated in the first year of their up in intelligence to such leaders as, Been the Busy Little Press Agent i i For the Next Fifteen DaysWe

par-I I second term. Cleveland was twice Stokes, Cone, Hudson, Blitch, Watson,I James J. Hill says the reclamation
ty in demand
was supported part by a elected but the Harrison administration Calkins, Culpepper Igou and others movement started in his office. If I
that the element should be
given younger I I intervened between his terms of who have fought long and earnestlyfor 'I St. Paul is not the center of the universe -
its in national affairs t tI
try-out '
as a matter of fact Woodrow Wilson service.MAIIERO'GORMAN. the people. It is usually the weak I it is not his fault.Philadelphia -I will sell Lime at 90c
I I i brother-the man without a backbone Ledger.
is the oldest man elected president in
WEDDING -upon whom the corporate interests i barrel
56 years. He is now 56. The year he I I per delivered,
depend to kill bills beneficial to laborto Sure, With Recipes for Bombs I
Was born, 1856, the last Democratic
New York, May 24. A romance kill bills which force the The British laborites
corpora- intend to print II
president until long after the civil I I I five barrel lots.
war was chosen in the person of; which had its inception at a thrilling tions to do right. By his unwise pol-;!a suffragists' paper, nevertheless; but,
James rescue along the Jersey coast four icy in making some committee appointments -1 will it contain a "Home and Mother"
Buchanan who, with
one exception I
I years ago, came to a culmination today President Drane has removed -I page?Washington Post. "
was the oldest president ever in the wedding of John Anthony every possible chance he ever Ii
elected. He was 65. Thomas R. Marshall Florida Metal
i Co.
is 59, which is not an unusualage ]I Maher to Miss Dolorita O'Gorman, had of seriously being considered for I Succeeded in Getting NotorietyIn

for vice-presidents, says the Ga- eldest unmarried daughter of Senator governor.-Clause L'Engle, in Dixie.i the last analysis the answer

zette-Times. James A. O'Gorman and Mrs. O'Gor- !jto the California situation is that McNEIL-DAVIS BUILDING !

What the country accomplishedlast I I man ,which was celebrate at the Speaking of Narrow EscapesAnd j Mr. Johnson has been trying to get ti
senator's home in West 108th streetat to think Hiram Johnson at''a reputation.-Philadelphia Inquirer. Phone 41.
year was not the selection of
11 o'clock this morning.Mr. one time thought he might be nomi-
men in but in
young years young I -
public life, which is different. As is Maher, who had just graduatedfrom nated for President. We never know I Bonds amounting to $750,000 have'

pointed'out in a current magazine bya Yale, was spending his vacationat how near we come choosing the been sold and the money is in the

a Jersey summer resort, four years wrong size.-Baltimore Sun. I:bank for the extension of the Tampa
student of history, the pendulum is I tiHIIMIMMMMIIMItlll MMHIMMIMHM +*
swinging the other way as distin- ,ago, when he met Miss O'Gorman. & Gulf Coast Railway to St. Peters-I

guished from the earlier years of this He was an experienced swimmer Believes in Making Sure of it. burg and other West Coast towns,
I(I while Miss O'Gorman was a mere novice 1.
century. Then the cry was for young As the smoke of battle clears awayat making a short line from Tampa to Keep Cool

men. That has not entirely abated, at the aquatic sport. One day Lake Mohonk, Dr. Abbott is seen the Pinellas metropolis. This information -I

but the panic of 1907 tested the execu-I I Miss O'Gorman ventured beyond her still earnestly demanding peace on a was given out Wednesday by i
depth and became exhausted. Mr. C. H .Brown, of the
tive capacity of young men in such super-dreadnought basis.-New York president Tampa:
Maher, like the hero in the novel,
& Gulf Coast .
fashion as to affect public confidence i II Mail. Railway.Shanibarger's
dashed to her rescue and towed the i
in them; and whether systematicallyor
exhausted girl to shore. Of ,
not, since then i course for Fireless CookersAND
consciously or the Nobody Loves the Tariff bicycles and
after that her life belonged to her
so-called "old man" of 45 to 55 and i LaFollette is against all tariffs, Re- Sundries. tf
rescuer and the wedding was only delayed -
upward has been obtaining better rec- publican and Democratic. Roosevelt
until Mr. Maher should become
ognition. The average age of sign- established in business.Mr. would evade the issue by getting be- Subscribe for the Sentinel
ers of the Declaration of Independence -
Maher is the of I
now manager - II
was 37; the average age of II I
the Third Avenue Railway Company, I
members of congress more than a cen- ELECTRIC FANS H:
:in this city. He is a son of Edward
tury and a quarter later is 56.
We have had 16 younger presidentsthan I Maher, a wealthy resident of Albany, NEW COLORS AND PATTERNS IN
who served from 1888 to 1890 as mayor -
Mr. Wilson. The last presidentof TO KEEP COOL WITH
of that city. As a youth, Mr.
his age to be inaugurated was An-
Maher came to New York and entered


from drew the the Johnson eighth vice-presidency.in Democratic 1865, who Mr.president.succeeded Wilsonis I the entered was Loyola Yale graduated High and School received in 1905., from his He degreein whichhe then Crepe Goods and KionosGOWNSETC. [ELECTRIC[ IRONS s AND TOASTERS[ S'


He is the third clergyman's son to
I 1909.
become president, the others being
FOR COMFORTThePIERCE
After the wedding this .
Arthur and Cleveland. He is the six- ceremony
morning, at which only the membersof .
teenth executive of English paternal 1 -
both families were ,
present a
nup-
is the seventh
ancestry.terian. He He is the eighth Virginian Presby-, tial mass was celebrated in the chapelof 2000 yards Val. Lace Insertion at land

the first being Washington and the the Loyola school. Senator and T [ t [ELECTRIC l[ Lij"Inc.

last preceding him being Taylor. He Mrs.their O'Gorman home this are afternoon giving a receptionat in honorof cents per yard at ,, t

is the fifth whose early life was spentas i .
a teacher, the others being John the newly married couple.There's HAND BUILDINGSEASONABLE

Adams, Garfield, Arthur and Harri- I I f McCULLOCH'SDEPARTMENT
son-and the second whose vocationwas no use of "whipping the .

given as that of a statesman devil around a stump" in handlingthis I .

when elected, the other having been state senate majority-a very j STORE
:Monroe. He is the second Princetonman small minority is composed of men SEEDSCOW

to reach the White House, the who are known as faithful servants
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other being Madison, lOt yearsago.As of the people. The railroad interests I$3.00. Splendid Mixed 2.50. California Blackeye $.75. Spanish Peanuts $z.oo.

to second terms only one man also have their friends at court, and I OPPOSITE POST OFFICE Chufas |4.oo. German Millet and Sorghum 12.50. Velvet Beans$2.00. Peck-
since Jackson who was first elected in there are some men in the state senate sold at bushel rates.

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The Daily THIN SKINNED STATESMENNo much grace and elegance as the street|"

fakir employs in introducing "The-
South Florida SentinelMORNING
man in the history of the presi- Professor" who is about to dispensehis

AND WEEKLY dency of the United States has beenso wares to a waiting multitude.

-' -- - -- jealous of press comment and so These press introductions from the JUNE WEDDINGWhile
Entered at the post office at Orlando,
criticism Thea- little capital job shop make about
Florida as Second Class Mail Matter. sensative to press as as
dore Roosevelt. This all comes about lasting impression as a celluoid collarin

SUBSCRIPTION RATES : by reason of the fact that Mr. Roose- a coke oven, and do about as much

THE DAILY SENTINEL velt is too well pleased with himself. good as the Indian received from rubbing "Dan Cupid"' never quits his job or loafs, yet the Month of June

One year ... .... ... ... ..... .$5.00 i It will be remembered that while the empty bottle on his frozen seems to be his most active season June is always marked by its numerous

Six Months . . .. .. ...... 2.50 I president of the United States, he toes. Yet this is the way it is done in weddings, which means that Gifts for the Bride, Gifts for the Groom, Gifts

Three Months ... ............. 1.25B caused the editors of the New York Florida and all prospectives have to go for the Bridesmaids, Gifts for the Best Man and the Attendants, and Wedding -
World and the Indianapolis News to through the ceremony. This is the Gifts from all your friends, if you happen to be the principal, and to

news carrier in Orlando, (9.centa per be arrested because they dared to principal business around the state your friends if they are the principals, are very much in order.
vocth Daily and Sunday. criticise the work leading up to the house and hotels during the whole
We offer you our magnificent metropolitan stock for your selection, a
The Orlando Morning Sentinel can be found acquiring of the Panama Canal by time the legislative sham battle is sfock in which you can find the latest and best creations of the finest Silver-
on salt in Orlando at Curits &: O'Neal' Book this country, in which Mr. Rooseveltand on, and the participants are so blind-
Store. smiths, Jewelry Manufacturers, Glass Cutters and China Potteries in the
his relatives played a prominent ed by their vanity that they do not country. .

We will appreciate prompt complaint if see the storm clouds that are gather-
delivery is not properly made by our carriers. part.When The stock is so large, so varied and so complete that a detailed description
the cases came up for hear- ing on the political horizon and whichwill
is out of the question. We only ask that visit
you our store, carefully
Adevrtuinff
rates will be furnished
on ap ing the very judges whom Roosevelthad sweep down upon them with
plication inspect our stock, secure our prices, and make your purchases with the feeling
appointed to life jobs on the bench cyclonic force one of these days and
and assurance that you are getting the greatest value and the most
THE WEEKLY
SENTINELfor dismissed the indictments, and there- sweep them off their feet. up-
by mail ....... to-date merchandise.
year pottage paid .11.00
by incurred the ill will of Mr. Roosevelt | There must be, there is bound to be
Addma THE SENTINEL. Orlando Florida.
who arraigned them in a most I order of
office 107 Court Street. Arcade BuildingPhone a new political affairs in this
I REPAIR AND MANUFACTURING
DEPARTMENT
24 scathing manner both in public speechand II i state.

------- - through the calling Judge
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J. F. SCHUMANN, Editor. Anderson of Indiana an ass and other I CALLING A BLUFFE. If you have laid away in your bureau drawer or in a safety deposit box,

JOSIAH FERRIS Proprietor. pet names. Yet these gentlemen did pieces of jewelry that you do not wear because of its old-fashioned form or

not bother to have Mr. Theodore ar mountings, bring them in and let us show you what wonderful transformation -

TUESDAY, MAY 27TH, 1913. rested. P. Ripley, President of the Santa can be wrought through the skill of our workers in gold and gems.

During Mr. Roosevelt's campaignfor Fe Railroad Company, is antother Fine watch repair work a specialty.T.H.Evansthe.
eminent patriot who is highly incensed -
last he de
Read the Sentinel day. Ten the presidency year
every the of the Wilson Administration
by promise
cents a week. livered one of his characteristic red

0-- hot abusive speeches at Marquette, to investigate wage reductions -

Quite a number of the imported cigars Michigan, and Mr. George A. in protected industries whichare
ascribed to tariff reductions.
shouldn't have been. Newell, editor and publisher of
the Ishpeming News, retorted "The investigation of wages is not
o-
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Going fishing now is the popular through the press and among the Government's business," says Mr.
JewelerOPPOSITE
Ripley. "The question of the relationof
that Roosevelt
treatment for spring fever. other things published
o gets drunk, where upon the Col the employer to the employee is

When a man goes out on the trail onel sued Newell for $10,000 damages, one that must be settled among them- !

of trouble, he is pretty apt to catch on which complaint suit was called selves"We POST OFFICE
that Mr.
assume Ripley expects -]
up with it. yesterday.
Newell's EditorialThe all those cases in which the
Q EXPERT REPAIRING AND ENGRAVING.
the Colonel railroads are concerned, either in the
To be realy disappointed in love charges against
it is necessary to have been marriedat were made in the issue of the Ishpeming matter of raising rates or in prevent-

least once. Iron Ore, Oct. 12, 1912. A few ing a strike. Then the investigation

o days previous Col. Roosevelt had delivered of wages is decidedly the Govern

Don't put yourself under cloud a speech in Marquette, in ment's business, and nobody is more

with the a which he took a fall out of the Taft insistent on that point than the rail
sole idea of
testing the silver
lining theory. leaders in the Northern peninsula. roads. I CUV: 0 TAflVUTflO! n I

o Congressman H. 0. Young, a life In t.the midst, .of. all the. .clamor. thatnas .
friend of Newett's was one of peen raised oy protected maustry
The man who is too proud to long
and too honest to steal shouldn't beg aspire the men who was hit by the Colonel.In and its allies over the Underwoodand 01LIY 01VDJUWD\ )
Redfield statements, there is
to a political job. the midst of the speech J. R. one

o Vanevera arose in the meeting and significent fact that deserves atten-

Says a scientific paper:- The noise- called the Colonel a liar. When the I tion. No more threates are made of

less speaker learned Vanevera's identity wage reductions in case the Under-
age is at hand; we wouldn't insist -
he him a grilling. The next issue wood bill becomes a law. The Chair-
that the reform of the Fourth of gave
July has gone so far as that. of the Iron Ore contained an edi- !'I man of the Ways and Means Com- For Day

o torial of two hundred words, and inI mittee is assailed, the Secretary of

of the paragraphs the accusationof Commerce is assailed, the Presidentis
Orlando is doing fifteen miles of one
street paving. Orlando evidently hasa drunkenness was made in these assailed, the Government is pic- and "
tured ruthless aboutto
words as a despotism
real city administration. Tampa :
Tribune. "Roosevelt gets drunk too and that invade the scantity of private busi-

S ---o not infrequently, and all his intimates ness, but the calamity-howling about EveningWear 'P
has ceased.
Still if it wern't for the debating know it. wages

societies, more talk might be devoted -i. The article was headed "Roosevelt's I The gentlemen who were all going
Way. II. M. Wallace, National out of business if the Government re-
to
selling bum books on the install-
ment plan.A committeeman from :Michigan, accompanied -fused longer to support them in the

o- by James H. Pound of Detroit,!|i luxury to which they have been accus

went to Marquette and instituted the I tomed are no longer trying to bul-
good
the many new nickels.people are dissatisfiedwith suit. Shorn of its legal verbiage the!l I I doze the Senate by threatening to .

Perhaps they compel their employees to make good ,
Colonel's answer is that the accusationis
expected them
to buy than
more the
old ones did.Pushing false and that Newett "envying the the subsidy that they now extort from
happy state and condition of the I' the public as a whole. Their bluff Our Personal Guarantee
o
plaintiff." made the accusation knowing ,, has been called. Even the membersof
all
aside a man can romance best "serve"and the poetry wo- it to be false with intent to injure 'I I the National Association of Manufacturers Accompanies Every Pair
think that
seem to there
the Colonel.
man he loves
by keeping his
the grind stone. nose to Newett is a sick man and is said toI I I may be some hope for the Nation,

have lived on pepsined food for several provided all citizens "who believe in

oAs --- weeks, but he is full of fight. God, in flag and country" rally againstthe
a boy, you probably imaginedthe Marion B.
Industrial Workers of the World." Ives
other boys had a better time. And The damages asked by the Colonel of
the chances are haven't $10,000 would not set him back to any Had Mr. Taft four years ago takenup .

that point of view.you outgrown extent. He is put down as worth the policy that Mr. Wilson has

$200,000. He has declined all contri- adopted, and refused to be bulldozedby
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butions of money for his defense, ac- protected industries and protected
A new paper bill is said to be
the
best thing to clean eye glasses with. cording to a statement made: by his politicians the United, he might Stataes.still be Presidentof EXCLUSIVE MILLINERY PARLORS

Paper bills have son to-day.
often proven a great I
aid to the vision. j

o CAPITAL NOTES Second Floorat
CANDIDATES
Love is
what makes a man spen

$90 on a diamond ring for a girl while '- Judge James H. Perkins, of the seventh

he tries to keep her warm in last sum The State Capital of Florida seemsto Judicial Circuit, is a Tallahassee I

mer's low-cut shoes. be a political mecca to which as visitor this week coming up from!
the of Governor Tram-
o piring statesmen journey to have their DeLand, his home. The distinguished' expiration

As usual, the newspapers publishedthe measure taken. When a man feels jurist served in the Senate in 1911 and mell's term.

peach crop obituary altogethertoo the bee buzzing in his bonnet lie made a most illustrious record. He The Judge is making a record, too,
in the Circuit Court, his decisions be- AUTOMOBILE
soon. It is far from being killed straightway proceeds to Tallahassee has been mentioned favorably for gov-
ing eminently fair and legal, so muchso I I
and the condolence were out of.order. where he first makes his peace with ernor many times and while not ex-
be reversed
that he has yet to by
o the so called press agents, who then pressing himself on the matter, indi-
The folks down in
courts.
The New Jersey mosquito is said [ introduce him to the public with as cations are that he will make the race higher counties
Orange and Osceola think 1\ III I Ti'TiIU
to cure rheumatism. People of experi- i ..1.._.. i.1..___ !_ _-_A t. ...t. :a : .
ence have always ,said that- it had- a inai, lucre is iiuue: ucitti has wu c" u i .AJ .L.1 iJ .I. i J. '1These
He the
comes to presiding. judi-
peculiar way of inducing animation. e
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cial mein and '"ith his dignity coupled -
o- I
with discretion and good looks,
If a store has decided to make your : he makes a fine looking judge. are Bargains in Re-Built Cars. Each one is
dollar worth a lot more than its face :
value He is interested in citrus growing guaranteed to be in first-class condition, is fully equipped
today, you'll find the news and I I
also, having one of the most productive -
the details in that store's advertisements and ready to run.
today. Choice GroceriesNEW groves in South Florida; last year I

he received $27,000 for his crop and'

o therefore he can run for governor!r 1 1910 Cadillac Good Condition
Seven weeks of the state legisla- ,
without fear of going broke before
ture has given the people of Floridaan
the campaign is over. He is a good; $550.00
opportunity to wonder not a little
mixer and that is what takes in the
Unless something is accomplished

during these next few days-but what STORE NEW GOODS COURTEOUS TREATMENT political game. It has been told of i 1 1912 Flanders Touring Car ,

the use?-Miami Metropolis. him that he could go across Lake complete,

Q REASONABLE PRICES- A PORTION OF I Okeechobee with a fisherman and delightfully I $500.00.

entertain the skipper and .
Through the medium of Sentinel
the next day consort with a prime ,
want advertisement; it is possible for YOUR TRADE RESPECTFULLY SOLICITED
minister and hand just the interesting
same -
you.to get rid of many articles that talk. He possesses variety 1 Model G. Four Cylinder Cad-
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will be of great use to others
and his vocabulary is extensive
'and incidentally supply you with some iliac $150.00
enough to be refrfeshing and instruc- ,
extra money for the purchase of new
tive.It.

things. -- I CARUTHERS & GOREPine may be just a prediction but if 1 Studebaker "30" 1912, run less than
o
you will remember in a few years, it

Nearly all of Metropolitan news can be referred back to this date, 4,000 ; extra tire, etc., $800.SanJuanGarage.

papers yesterday had a picture of. that judge Perkins was named for
Col. Theodore Roosevelt and in all of Street PROMPT DELIVERY Phone 200 J governor and the changes look mighty ..

them he was protographed with is good for him.-Capital Notes to Tam-

month wide open in the act of talking. J pa Tribune.

Unless they snapped him while asleep 1 i >

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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- \Ve do not buy seconds in order that we may be able to quote

Serge weaves. ings. Also the new combination effects are included in our you a price 5 cents under the other store, but we DO buy the
softly draping Voiles to the coarse Campbell
for the summer splendid collection. We have them, too, in sizes from the wee very best things we can, to sell at the prices, and we usually
And creams are, and will be, much in vogue '
season, for all occasions. At "SATISFACTION STORE" tot of two years, to the High School graduate, and our pricesare buy goods that cost from 50 cents to $1.50 a dozen more than

prices adjusted to all pockets. 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.We lines we carry. If you will just price our goods and compare

them with goods you get from other stores at the same price
invite comparisons on our splendid range of White FOR MEN AND BOYS. ,
you will find they are of better texture. There is
a reason for
India and Persian Lawns. The quality we run is exclusive to
Many people think (until they know 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 stockof you
better values AND WE DO. Call and
and
see us examine the
we positively assert that the values we offer have seldom been Shirts, Underwear, Hats, Ties Trousers, and Overalls are as, goods.

equalled anywhere, and NEVER beaten. Prices, lOc, 12i/2c, complete as you can find in the state. *

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Hon. W. R. O'Neal is in Washington J. H. TUCKER JOINS THE PROGRESSIVES -I GOING THE ROUNDS LAKE PICKETT, THE NEW TOWN]I ION

D. C., on business.Mr. THE SWELLMr. '
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WADE Our idea of extreme pleasure is -
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THE TUNER E. has departed The latest is to have sit behind
William Ridgeway convert to auto-ology some one you or .
L A. Hough and wife, left
ORLANDO.FLA. I for Toledo, Ohio. County Treasurer J. H. Tucker, who;' beside you and relate in detail whatis I
4 II yesterday for Cedar Rapids, Iowa,
J fine to be in the
purchased a new Hupp touringcar expected forthcomingscenes where they will remain several
I Mrs. Sarah E. Thomson and Miss fro mthe Orlando Auto Supply at a moving picture show. months.Mr. AUTOMOBILES FOR RENTE.

I! Edith M. left yesterday for Lockport, Company. The latter company is I Orlando Sentinel. Or read aloud, in L. Murray
Mr. W. Strauss, of New York, is1 Hough is manager of the Stel-
I Office Phone 409-Residence Phone 511
N. Y. for the racious voice the sub-titles the
now agent Hupp. a on
in Orlando, a guest of the San Juan. ;> I berlou Land Company, which is exploiting -
I As to our good natured friend, screen, presumably under the impression the
I I a large tract of land in
Mrs. H. W. Kernaghan, who has Tucker, during the probation days of: that no one else in the audiencecan
Oklahoma; the increased
Pickett four into
Mr. G. W. Bingham, of region of Lake miles ing county a greatly
City, was among the arrivals at the I been on a visit to her daughter, Mrs. this new car, he will have our per- read.-Tampa Tribune Or carryon from Chuluota. This is one of the I amount of taxable property it lends
John Ammann, returned to her homein mission to use the whole street from | an elocutionary monologue sup-
San Juan yesterday. most delightful lake regions in Flor- value to every piece of improved,
New York last night. curb to curb for a few days, provided,! posed to be the words uttered by the ida and a town site has been laid out property now in the county and in-

)Ir, J. L. Hazel, of Kansas, *City : he doesn't try to climb the telephone j leading character.-St. Augustine on the banks of Lake Pickett and a! creases the pleasure of country life.
Mo. has arived in Orlando to visit Mrs. M. Conway, of Winchester, poles and shade trees. However, we 1 Record. Or sing the words of the rag post office established. It is only a I The Sentinel wishes Mr. Hough

his aunt, Mrs. E. B. Wherry.Mrs. Va., who has spent the past season are glad to see brother Tucker en- time song that the pianist is poundingout question of a few years until it will i abundant success and sincerely hopes
with Mr. and Mrs. James Spellman, joy life. to illustrate the death scenes Miami be one continuous town from Chuluotato that when he returns this fall he will

L S. Villeneuve and baby left returned home last night. ,, Metropolis. I Pickett Lake, for unlike all other!; bring a train load of good people from

today for a week's visit with relatives MR. GUIEST IX THE CITY states the development of small farms the land of oats and corn and put

and friends in Markham Florida.Mr. Miss Margaret Willinar, who has FOR SALE and the building of winter homes follow 'I them on the highway to fortune with
i been the house guest of Miss Mary Mr.-Frederick Griest well known in ;(j I Practically new Rambler Automo- the lakes in Florida. Lakes area the big golden orange and the Flori-

and Mrs. A. H. Tomlison, who :,,I Guernsey, left yesterday via CoastLine this city and who has large property bile, equipped with Presto lights, top, rich asset in the development of I; da winter vegetables.

have spent an enjoyable winter in for her home in Nashville, Ten- interests in this vicinity was in the curtains, windshield, speedometer, Florida. Unlike the West, small j)

Orlando left last night for their homein nessee. city yesterday and left at midnightfor I clock, bumper, spare wheel with extra: farms are the rule in Florida. Here, !I For Sale
Pennsylvania where he to tire, tube and complete set tools and ,
Madison, Wis. goes where one crop follows another in!i Slightly used $2000.00 automobile.
Among our winter residents who visit his parents.Mr. accessories i!
quick succession the year around I j|. Would consider real estate in trade
at the have left this week are' Mr. and( Mrs Griest is a skilful civil engineerand ;, Also has auto trunk with two suitcases i'and where intensive farming is I
MONEY TO LOAN-Apply ,, | for same. Address Automobile, Care
Sentinel office. 5-18 tf James S. Crawford,l&lrs. Mary \\. has just completed the construc- : for touring. Reason for selling I i the rule and a small farm is a i iI |I I Sentinel. L-page-5-26-tf
Crawford and Miss Sarah L. Straw- tion work of a railroad in Cuba. He have no further use for car. i iI I large farm from point of production,

Quite a number of our country!Bridge, all of Cape May, N. J. will return to Cuba after a short va- I Address, P. 0. Box 87, City. I II hence man does not require many I SOLDIERS GREY BILL AND JOE

friends were in the city yesterday --- I cation. I L-page-5-26-tf! acres like in the North, where, one, i
Mrs. G. G. McDonald, who has been I Mr. Griest is a breat admirer of Or- I
among whom were Mr. J. E. Merrill,, or two at the most, are the crops of To the who the
and L. Pike. the guest of her mother Mrs. E. B. lando and his visit this trip increasedhis : OFF FOR DAYTONAMr. the I boys once wore
of Bay Ridge I I year. Grey who meet today wearing a different -
Wherry on East Central Avenue, left love for the place. The Stelbehlou Land Company is
for her home in St. Paul Rolla Reel and grey after fifty years of separation -
Edward Haus- yesterday family motored for of which
Mrs. Caldwell, Mrs. I incorporated $300,000, 1
be
I the following lines will of
elt, and Miss Estelle, leave tomor-j Minn. '_ t THE WESCOTTS GO NORTH over to. Daytona. .yesterday, where. Mr.Reel .... $50,000 will be sold at once for cashto I interest,:
row for New York, where they will ,I Mrs. C. G. Wescott, who has beenin has rented a cottage and will be used in developing the project,I

be joined later by Mr. Hauselt. Col. and Mrs. Cary-El\\es, Miss the Sanitarium for the past week' install the family for a good long out- by way of street building, beautifying '. Come dear old comrade, and I
\j Marian and Mr. Walter Cary-Elwes ':'is making good progress in her recovery ing. Rolla will enjoy angling in the the lakes, etc. I' Will, steal hour from days you by
Clarke Robertson's cut flowers will[i i leave tomorrow by motor for Daytona and as soon as able will accompany briny deep and the family generallyget A very large sawmill is located at' an gone

be on sale at Ned Butts' Candy Kitch-:\j I Beach, where they have taken a cot- '|'I her husband north for the enjoyment out of this and the I Lake Picket, the new town, the ar- The And shining all was days bright when as life morning was new dew, ,

Pn._ 5-21 51 k; ,tage for a month. I summer. Her many. friends will be I sea breeze. i tides of incorporation for a state bank _
n I glad to know of her rapid recoverybut Mr. Reel will return to Orlando; have been signed- and a contract fora The lusty days ui long ago .
I I When Bill and I Joe.
Miss Mary Scoefield has returned to Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Milan, of Saginaw !I sorry to learn that she will so next week, but his family will prob- i brick bank building will soon be let. you were was

her home in Winter Haven'after\ Mich., were in the city yester-I I soon leave for the north. But there ably remain all summer. A big general store is being built, a Your flaunt titled trail,
I name may a
spending two weeks}in the city as the}day for a few hours enroute from Ft. is consolation in the knowledge that livery barn and hotel are also among Proud cockrel's rainbow tail
as a ;
guest of Mrs. L G. Starbuck.Mr. Myers to their home. They were so I Mr. and Mrs. Westcott will return RED MEN I the present acquisitions to the new brief
I And mine as appendix wear
i well pleased with Orlando that they with the birds in the fall. city. The company are going to As Tom O'Shanter's luckless mare;

and Mrs. Mahlon Gore and Miss i announced their intention of spend-i I I Business of great importance requiring i' develop several hundred acres of or- old friend remember still,
Today ,
Emma Hainer leave tomorrow for i i I I ing next winter in this city. II !I FOR SALE your attention, will be before ange grove and truck land themselves, That, I am Joe and you are Bill.
Sioux City, Iowa, where they will Good Horse, buggy and harness- the Tribe at its regular council to- and the balance of their large tract

spend several months with relatives.I I LISTEN! ALL GRADUATES! Call on or address, J. B. Walker, Or- night. All good Red Men will be sure will be sold in five and ten acre farms
Dr. Bennett's office phone is No.227,
lando, Fla. 5-27 tf to attend. 5-27 Mr. Hough, the local manager is a
Brick Orlando Sanitarium.
Building,
Miss Anna Darlington came up Are cordially invited to call at the hustler, and has, during the few 5152W.A .
from Tanfpa yesterday to spend a new Evans' Photo Parlors and inspectmy Mr. and Mrs. Pliny Norcrossleft ELECTRIC TREATMENTSAll months he has been on the scene of

week with Mr. and Mrs. J. L Long work. If it appeals to you, I will yesterday for Chicago where activities, made extensive strides on
Boon to All Those Who Go Down to
on West Central avenue. be glad to quote you special prices. they will visit their children and will Kinds, ?1.00 per Treatment for the development work of the new the Sea In Ships

I Everything new and up-to-NOW. return to Orlando in the fall. Mr. and the month of June. Dr. Bennett, place.
Dr. Bennett's office phone is No.227, I Studio is located on corner just one Mrs. Norcross has a host of friendsin Phone 227. L-PageS-26-lm I It is a good country in which these The McElroy Pharmacy have a rem-
I edy that is guaranteed to cure Sea
Brick Building, Orlando Sanitarium. block north of court house. Orlando, this city who will greatly miss people are operating and will bringin
Sickness. If contemplate a sea
Subscribe for the Sentinel. a good class of people. you
5152W. Florida. 5-25 3t;!them.
I i Orange county can well afford to trip, be sure and take with you a bot-
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give welcome to every honest projectof e o y /'
HIMMMtmilllitHMHIMMMMMIIIIMi 111111111111111111111111111111"111"1"1"1 this sort as it develops the rich territory -I i it does not cure money refunded: tf

IMtllllllMIMHtittlllillHIIIIIIMMMMtllllltlMMIII.* MHimiiiMiiiiitmimiMHii of which there are hundreds of I

: acres now unoccupied. Besides bring- Subscribe for the Sentinel.
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i! SEVEN TO SEVENTEEN "
MOTION PICTURES
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Pictures Changed Daily. "OUT OF THE STORM" Drama) . . .VITAGRAPH DOLLAR AND A HALF AND UP


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,I i III "HE HAD A GUESS COMING". (Comedy) BIOGRAPH
FIRST SHOW, 7:15: PM II .

i SCRUGGS & DICKSON

SECOND SHOW, 8515 P.M \I. "A HORSE OX BILL" (Comedy) . . . BIOGRAPH i

THE MEN'S OUTFITTERS


I I "THE LITTLE MOTHER" (Drama) ;. . . ESSANAY Home of Hart, Schaff ner and Marx Clothing _

PRICES ALWAYS 5c. and lOc. i
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BROWN & LARTIGUE'S CUT PRICE SALE





CLOTHING AND FURNISHING GOODS


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TO 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.

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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 f

Regular price $25.00 Suits at_-____$16.00 Most reliable merchandise in all the popu- $1.50 Umbrellas reduced to _____$1.10
70C ----
$1.00 Silk and Poplin Hats cut to 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 $1.00 Umbrellas
$5.00 Felt Hats reduced to $3.25 reduced to--____L___75c
Regulaf price $18.00 Suits at_-____$13.50 ---

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

1.10 $3.50 Felt Hats reduced to 2.25
$1.50 Cap reduced to ----
----------- SHIRTS.
NORFOLK AND PLAIN SUITS. .

reduced to 70C Sizes 11 to 17. $3.00 Felt Hats reduced to ---- 2.00 The largest stock in the county, with
| $1.00 Cap
three of
----------- r the leading lines to select from.

50C $5.15 $2.50 Felt Hats reduced_ to 1.50 Savoy-Lion-Monumental
.
; ; 75c Cap reduced to ------------ $9.00 Suits reduced to ------__ ----
$3.00 Negligee French Cuff at_ ___
reduced to 40C $4.90 $2.00 Felt Hats reduced to.____ 1.35 -- $2.20
50c Cap 8.00 Suits reduced to $2.50 Negligee
------------ ------- French Cuff at_---__$U5

$1.50 Boys' Hats reduced to 1.00 $2.00 Negligee French Cuff at_ ____$1.10
25C --- -
35c Cap reduced to Suits $4.60
I Boys' ------- $7.00 reduced to $1.50
----- Negligee French
Cuff at_-____$1.15

I 25c Boys' Cap reduced to ------- 20c $6.00 Suits reduced to $3.80 FINE STRAW HATS. $1.50 match Negligee detached collar to
-------- reduced to
$1.15
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$4.00 yacht shape reduced to $2.65 ---------------
NIGHT SHIRTS AND PAJAMAS. $1.50 grade reduced to $1.15
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$5.50 Suits reduced to $3.65 -----
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$1.00 Quality Night Shirts at_------75c $3.50 yacht shape reduced to ____. 2.35 $1.25 Negligee, detached collar to match,

tt BOYS' KNICKERBOCKER PANTS. reduced to ------------------- g5c
75c Quality Night Shirts at 60c -----
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$3.00 yacht shape reduced to ---- 2.10 $1.00 Negligee, detached collar to match,
Pajamas reduced to 1.65 $2.50 quality at $1.65 reduced to
$2.25 --------- -----------
$2.50 yacht shape reduced to ____. 1.50 ------------------------75c
$1.50 Pajamas reduced to 1.15 65c Negligee Shirts reduced to. _____40c
---------- $2.25 quality at $1.55 -
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$2.25 yacht shape reduced to ____. 1,35 50c Best Work Shirts ----------_--40c
HANDKERCHIEFS.50c $2.00 quality at J1.30 -
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Linen, narrow hem, at_---------35c \ $2.00 yacht shape reduced to ---- 1.25 UNDERWEAR.

35c Linen, narrow hem, at__________25c $1.85 quality at ------------- $1.20 Scrivens Elastic Seam Drawers,

25c Linen, narrow hem, at_---------20c $1.25 Boys' Straws reduced to _... 85c 75c grade reduced to
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$1.50 quality at ,. $1.10
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15c soft finish, at 10c Scrivens Knee
----------------- 75c Boys' Straws reduced to ---- 55C Length Drawers, \
$1.25 quality at 80e 75c grade reduced to
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RAIN COATS.
RUBBERIZED 65c Boys' Straws reduced to ---- 45c B. V. D. Undershirts and Drawers
$16.00 Double Texture reduced to11.50 $1.00 quality at 65C -
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50 grade reduced to
$14.00 Double Texture reduced to$10.50 BOYS'' STOCKINGS.35c ------------
Porosknit Shirts and
Double Texture reduced to$7.25 Drawers,
$10.00 REGAL SHOES' No-Darn-Knit at
-------------25c 30c grade reduced to
$5.50 Rubber Lined reduced to$3.85 --------------/0C|
75 of Worsted and half 25c Base Ball at 20c
pairs Serges at ----------------- Otis Knit Shirts and Drawers,

KHAKI'WORK PANTS. price. 50c grade
$1.25 grade reduced to _____________85c Calf Skin, Vici Kid, Gun Metal, Patent and BATH ROBES. -----------------------4QC I
Scrivens Union
White Canvas Suits-
$2.50 Corduroy Pants reduced to$1.50. $7.00 Blanket Robes reduced to ____$4.25
$3.50 Regals reduced to __________$2.90 $2.50 grade reduced to ___ 1.65
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MEN'S LINEN AND POPLIN PANTS. $7.00 Terry Cloth reduced to _______$4.25 -
$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




Sale Lasts Mon. May Ten Days 26th II BROWN% & LARTIGUE No Goods Charged ..



to Thursday, June 5 ed at Sale PricesAPOFKA





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Apopka, May-24.-The Misses Alice Plowing, mowing, team work, heavy i

and Dora Luke have gone to North hauling my life, etc.in caring Having for been groves engagedall I am I Specials That Should Interest r You

Carolina to spend the sumer. prepared to please you. Satisfactionin
Mr. Zepp is working at the Laughlin -I every line of work. L. M. HALL,
estate. 608 Division street, Orlando, Fla.
The Methodist church will observe 5.141 mo.

Children's Day the first Sunday in FOR RENT-A seven-room house !jj $12.50 No. 8 Cook Stoves for $10.00
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June. 4 -/7 Modern improvements. Fine loca-I
The following young ladies are out I tion. Rents very reasonable. Apply
at Wekiwa Springs camping: Jean 214 East Church St., Orlando 5183tFOR Fla.I i : Good Tin Roofing, Put on Complete, *

Henderson, Jennie V. Berry, Ethel I
Hickson, Ruth Merrill, Ruby Wilson, S I SALE-Large Lot near Methodist $5.00 per Square
and Ethel Day. Mrs. A. C. Starbirdis hI Church. Whole or part. With
chaperoning this party. iI' A Vacation Hint I I or without dwelling Address or wire.,.,
Postmaster W. T. Wilson went to I Before you buy a railroad ticket I I I E. N. Coy, Irondequoit, N. Y. 5-10-tf 20 Ib. Tin Roofing, Put on Complete,

Hinesville, Ga., Sunday I for this or that summer resort, I f[FOR SALE-Full blooded Jersey cow S6.50 Square
Mrs. T. J. Smith and son, John Wil-I| come in and look at our MidSummer fresh. Apply G. W. Rine residence per
liam. Miss Willie Izella Knudsen and: Lakeville near Clarcona. Phone No.I
Woolen line and let us make
M. T. 20-22, Apopka, Fla. _
Anderson went to Orlando Wed
a cool Summer Outing Suit for d&w5-143tj I THE"
nesday. | .
ir ii you
Mrs B. F. Wilson has returned' We make of Nor- Size .
a specialty HOUSE AND LOT-A bargain. (
from Seville, where she. went for a folks and will be pleased to lot 80 x 150 near lake on Hand'{ HELMS HARDWARECOMPANY
visit house finished in I
street. Seven room
fnlL show you a few of our latest
Dr. and Mrs. T. Mullin returned: 1t Curly Pine. Fruit trees and shrub-
I models.Men's bery. $1,500 if sold within ten days.'
to their home in Merwin, 0.
Good reason for selling. Box 659. j
Mrs. S. S. Cunningham has been Fashion Shop 5-22 3t!r Mltllllllllllllllllllll
quite ill.Miss I
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Robbins of Minnesota gave an 5) Hand Building riI Mi FOUND-Pair of nickle-plated plyers -- --- ---

interesting lecture on temperance at I I Owner call at Sentinel Office.
Cor. Church and Orange Orlando I
the Baptist church Wednesday even I I+ JUST REUEIVED
ing. .i JI IIIII" // I / FOR SALE-Scotch Collie, male, fine
"I//lIIIL ) 1111 'I h pedigreed stock. One year old. For

brother Rev. ,Moses Dr. C.McCall P. McCall.is visiting Rev. Me-his I 1I I 1- ----- --- P.further Robinson particulars, 404 ,Boone address street, Mrs., Or-T. TUB SILKS S CREPE[r[ CHIFFONS

Call has just attended the Southern I BUSINESS BOOSTERS OAK HILL is the beautiful subdivision lando. d 3t w It ,
Baptist comention at St. Louis, Mo. !I CLASSIFIED to the Northeast of the city andI I
I Business Boosters (classified adver- still have some choice lots there. "Make good" with good printing;
On June 24th the electors in the tisements) received after 10 o'clock Carl Jensen. you can get it at the Sentinel Facilities CREPE VOILES A
Homestead district will vote upon the midnight, will be run in the "Too Lateto FOR RENT-Five room cottage with for the desired article unequaledin
issue of $10,000 in bonds for a new Classify" column. all modern conveniences. Garagefor this section. Phone 24. j
Boosters of five lines, or less-approximately auto, horse jI 9 Bulgarian and Ribbons
school building. No oposition to the 30 words-one time, 25 515 East or street. and buggy. Apply I Trimmings
5-15 tf
issue is anticipated, and work on the cents; three times 50 ; one week I
new building will commence right after (six daily and one weekly editions) Horn
the election. $1.00; one month, $3.00. LOST-Nickel cover for auto sparker. Paul A.
Finder please return at Sen Latest Styles in Millinery
tinel office with and
FOR HIRE-Nice seven passenger name address.
.
W. H. for numberof CONTRACTOR and BUILDER 1,
Rev. Zeigler a touring car. Large and roomy. 5-22 2t
years pastor of the Presbyterian 4-20 tf J. B. MAGRUDER.BUY :
church in Tallahassee has LOST-Pair of nose glasses with REPAIRING A SPECIALTY.
resignedand
a lot in Thornton Park, a nice gold chain attached. Finder please i MISSES HUM & DUNNf
accepted a church in Livingston, suburb in east part of the city. Carl leave at this office and receive reward. P.O. Box (24 Orlando, FU.

Ala. Jensen. .0- 17-3t,

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"I see' a girl's name on this ?gg." j juAls.o I

"rmr'her adJreisa. I lull write to : pHMIMtHHHIMHMMMMMHItMhtMMIItM1ICUIE II.l .


her."Forjret" It. Nothing in those e;g ro- t roRlANDO ANK:
& TRUST I COMPANY

to nUiDt"No ask>s.romance her it there about is really thi*. any I prolxise money l [ [ HEIR[ [

In the chicken bu s.-Kansas
Journal.The City Capital and Surplus and Undivided Profits $120,000.00.
I MOTION PICTURESTODAY'S
Total Resources over Three-quarters of a Million. I
new spring styles have been well
planned. i iI I
But when she dues her hiking I
Statement of the
Orlando Bank act
She wears clocks in his stockings, and ; ___ I
The men think-Cincinnati they are striking.Enquirer. 'I', .?.;. !J .-: I I Trust Co, *t dote of Buineat I PROGRAM

; d"" :... ).1'. .t t/' j4"tti ,_ April 16th, mj-The Ser- .
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"Isn't tbat Daubthe artist, zigzag I ;tP". ..1'.' ".J'"
........, k: .,' each
ping along the sidewalk By Jove, I .. ,r... Ajudveraary of "THE DOG
J IN
;" THE BAGGAGE CAR" _____ TanhouserA
didn't know he drank like that : .1 i:1f:
'fPi Ita lxlateDeti'qrrW'
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"Hush: that isn't urink. Daubs is -
,
one of the new .lugularIsts.-Cleve .. !' .: "' Comedy Railroad Story, with Numerous Amusing

land plain Dealer. I :" lj.: ,.'!'\i','" ;<<' "'"""t. ;. Incidents. A Picture of Rapid Fre Action, anda
I I.?. :i'1'" I RESOURCES Very Interesting Plot
I 1 r':11. -"' tt* "
"Jack dear, she thoughtfully began :
PIMt:: 4'rr't'r ,. !I
"It was a tender hearted man ', .: x. I Loam and Diftcotmti>< ......$368191'E3Overdrafts I "HELD FOR RANSOM" Reliance Feature
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Wbe killed this bird that and I ,jIo *
you l.i"'I"
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Are eating in my chicken pie. "r ........ 9Z2M %
"it I t Real Estate A Thrilling and Gripping Melo Drama In Two Reels.A .
Tes she went on must be so. Furniture
I Dreading think, from to deal all that the fatal now blow appears, 1 ; "j: '-tt: ..I' w" .. and Fixtures .......... 15,853.44 Very Beautiful Picture Story Told in the

He hesitated years and years." I 'JIkI._ ) I'J ( I Stocks and Bonds ........ 28,01133 Most Convincing Manner. Novel, Original, *
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-LJppmcott'B. I 1' ''
t ; Caaa on hand and in Banks 36,267.61 Entertaining
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In She-But such shabby Jack.clothes dear when fancy you coming ape 1.r'r ,: 4 I Total ......-.........|189, 60.68 MATINEE 3:30 TO 5 P. M. i

going to ask papa's consenttlieThat's i NIGHT i
LIABILITIES 7:15 TO 10 P. M.
all right I once had a

new suit ruined.-Boston Transcript.She Capital Stock ...........100000.00 .
; ,' I Surplus and Undivided 500 $2 Books for 50 cents Each
was a lazy lazy girl e
And, too a trifle snippy. fit I, Profit ................ 24444JI
No wonder that she failed to dot Deposit ................ ".II1J1 GET ONE WHILE THEY LAST
The i'a in MississippiPhiladelphia .
t A., _
Record.
o. ,s it z Total .................I7WJ60.MHalted
"Them pesky suffragettes want everything 1. m

nowadays," growled Farmer Admission 5 and lOc
Brown, peering over the Morning Star. 4 I jj
Deposit April Ml..f5MJ7WI
"
"Yes, replied his meek spouse. "1
peered Deacon Applegate say last Sun Deposit April 16,1911... ",111.1I : : ENTIRE BALCONY FIVE CENTS TO EVERY ONE !
day that soon they'd be sayin' 'Awo- I BUtm GtmuMtt State and Cmty ....Kt' Increase la U days ..... C.
men!' at the end of a prayer.-Judge. : D.IIUI.I0 MMMMMfUMIMiMMiMMtMMiMMHMIMMIMmMttlMlttMttMttlltHHMIMHM

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Oh fickle public, you will take
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Some man to an exalted lot
And then you do your best to make
Him wish in vain that you had not! tltlftlllllltMltMHIIMtlltltlttfMIIMIIIMiMMIIit tiltlliMllilllMM

-Washington Star. THE MARKETOf

Phyllis-As soon as I began total
Harold kissed me.DorothyWhat. W.M.SLEMONSDo
did you tell him
Phyllis-That I never wanted to Cleanliness Of Quality J
speak to him again.-New York Ameri
can. .
FRESH AND SALT MEATS
Old Ebenezer Ephraim Brown's you want to buy Men's Shoes-King Quality at $3050,84,00 or 5.00.
The cheerfulest man I know
He says he thinks the world's all rightConsiderin' Crosses Shoes at -4,00.Vomen's Tan Shoes at $3.50; Tan Pumps, 3.50, GunMetal FISH AND GAME
how things !
go
-Judge.. or Patent Leather Shoes or Pumps at $3.50.Ve have new styles and Kept under the best sanitary conditions.

There's no more hopeful cheerful man best quality.
Than Jeremiah Green. Everything screened from the flies and
lie says this world's the best old world away kept fresh

S That he has-ever seen.Chicago .Record-IIerald. Do You Want a Boys' Suit or Boys' PantsWe and pure.

I don't know either Brown or Green We invite inspection and guarantee satisfaction. We have
But give me Donald Gray, have a new stock to select from The Men's Suits that sell made
who sars he'll make the best of thingsSo we by everything in the Meat Line.
long's they let him stay. Schloss Bros. well known all the
are
-Cleveland Plain Dealer. over country.. They are worn by Lawyers,

Doctors, Bankers, Merchants'Farmers, Skilled Workmen and men who -
appreciate
"I saw that man gazing into your I The PARLOR MARKETH.
eyes," said Maud. merit and correct style in the clothes they wear. We recommend them.'

"Yes," replied Mdmle. "1 felt complimented The brand is a guarantee of quality. It is a pleasure to show these clothes, and

studying to until'i be an learned oculist.that I had he was the we invite every irn" who reads this paper to visit our store and look at them. M. Self & Co.

game disappointing experience with a -
young dentist who was always anxious
to make me smile."-Washintgon Star. Just Received Mens' Mohair Suits 18.20 PINE STREET


While Burbank wastes his time on weeds
lIe overlooks our greatest needs. Phone No. 801141WtIN4.iviiiGG"
Why don't he sit right down and try
To produce a new swatless fiyClnclnnaU?
Enquirer. W. M. SLEMONSfMMIMMtttiHIttlMtlMMIMMttlilltMMmm IIIMIMMMtMMIMtlttlttMMMIMMIIIIIMIMiiLIGHT .

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"What is the reason of this itching -
for office?" f 4+ tlillMtltMHIIilt W.WW1

"This having to scratch for a living" THE
-Baltimore American. .

Smooth will the-motor Journey go IHHMMtltlMIHMIIIMIMIIMMMIMIMMIMMIMItMtttMilMmiMlllliiM I PATH TO I
PROSPERITY
If chauffeured by young Love.
The sparkers work well down below, IF YOU WANT
And ditto up-Philadelphia above Record. THE LATEST

Merchants who use Electric Signs never lose
Knicker-The income tax will be collected ) IN I
at its source. their way by choosing the wrong road to suc-

1WUOIlalre- Well, I consider that THE LINE OF UP TO DATE DRY GOODS, CLOTHING, cess. You simply cannotfail to attract new
beaven sends me mlne.-New York Su a.
HATS AND SHOES, ALSO LADIES READY TO WEAR customers if you use an Electric Sign It acts
The sleuth'i life mission la to try like irresistible
an all
Wrongdoers all to rout DRESSES OF DESCRIPTIONS COIF: TO B. SALO magnet, drawing the
But the collector U the guy trade within its reach: That is the
Who finds the moat men out.Cincinnati MON. SATISFACTION GUARANTEED OR MONEY reason
Eiqulrer."So they command the attention of buyers.
REFUNDED.
you think that man Ions your
daughter sincerely For Every Store OwnerNo
"He must.."replied Mr..CUmroL' "fie
will sit and listen to her piano pitying B. Salomon Orlando
by the hour.-Wasbington Star.When matter how small his business, the Elec-

t 7. tric Sign is the cheapest and most effective
Eve held forth'la paradise
She found much pleasure In it, nillilllllttllMMHMMtllllMMMtillHMMIil MMMMMMMMMIMMM advertising.
For when she did her Monday wash
It only took a minute. Phone for
our Sign Designer to call and submit
-Milwaukee Sentinel. THE FOOD SUPPLY OF AMERICA)We have made ourselves believe that I Ito eradicate the tick, and after this m -
done it is claimed that a pound of a sketch.No .
the calves
afraid we needed veal and have
Merchant-I'm won't do.
On prlndple I engage you only married been ruthlessly slaughtered until pork or beef can be produced cheaperin Trouble to Us...No Expense to You.
The United States,
the
Ben. although breeding has been reduced one-half the South and especially in Florida
largest exporter of foodstuffs of than in other section
any any of the
Applicant-Do you happen to bare a in the past twenty-five years.
daughter, sir-Boston Transcript country on the face of the earth twen-I United States. The great Southlandis
ty-five years ago, is rapidly becoming On breadstuffs we have even done rich in productiveness and all thatis
-Tvsi Shakespeare said that Caesar dead an importing country.In worse, for we have become importers. required to make this the prod I W T[ & U T Cft
and turned to common clay. the matter of beef and pork a Two years ago our mills had to grindon ing grounds of the United States
Bereft of soul, might atop a hole to keep wheat from Argentina Our 1Cill
the wind away few years ago Germany sought to popu- intelligent farmers and stock raise
Ad now we know a book by Poe for strike a blow at our protective sys- lation of meat and bread consumersis The agricultural colleges of the COOK WITH GASIIMIIMHMHIMIIIHIIHMHHHIIIIIIHIIIIit
which collectors beg. rapidly increasing, while the number -
Wu sore abused and daily used to prop a I. tem by levying a tariff on our meats,I country will do much to stop the tide
i of these necessities
bureau leg. and especially pork, which we of producers of young men from farm to city.
-Cleveland Plain Dealer. ed then very heavily. But all export-I 1 is on the decrease. Indeed, the situ-

Knlcker Some Eve was mad changed now, and the amount of meatwe I ation is becoming so serious that
say
Seventy-eight members havebeen
great railroad presidents and businessmen new
is small
from a rib.Bocker export so that we may
"back to the added to the board of trade in
organizing
I(I are
Well from the way she soon have to surrender, the market to J
takes to bride I should say it wag a other countries. I{l.farm" movements. It is now the better Jacksonville as a result of a membership REDUCED JJVERY RATES DURING SUMMER
of that the campaign that is being in
rambling: joint.-New York Sun. Just about twenty-five years ago I concensus opinion to waged ---
: South will the nation have to look for that city. No doubt this number will
Horse and
Argentine Republic awoke to the fact Buggy, per'day $2.50
"No roses red for me" he said; its hogs and cattle, to the West and be greatly swelled before the contestis .
"No pinks so sweet. that the United States was killing the '
Ill plant pretty my little old back yard goose that laid the golden egg, and Southwest for its sheep, and the West over. : 1-2 day 1.50
This with things to eat." and Northwest for its bread. South
year New Tork Press.Iloraee that country took steps to profit by I II Carriage and Pair, per day 4.50
what known the Mason
of was as and
our folly. A law w}s passed in that At a recent meeting of the stockholders "
earnestly Dearest, if I country forbidding the killing of female -I Dixon line will be the cattle and hog:! of the Miami Bank & Trust 1-2 day 2.50
I ._
''''tre- you I uldn't live without me.- calves and otherwise stimulating -I I producing country of the United Company, R. M. Price was elected -- -

Tv tier the growing of live stock. As a',1, States. The United States government president of the financial institution. J. B. Magruder & Son
,.in conjunction with the various
consequence Argentina has our Euro- Mr. Price was former vicepresidentof
Mon<%talks, so they claim
nut arts shy pean trade now, for we have not the I state governments of the South, is' the bank. '
When they try to make the lime supply. Stock raising has dwindled making a careful study of the situation . t.{

# Testify. -Kauu Qty Journal J I until the home, supply is endangered. and methods are being employed I Subscribe*for the Sentinel I Subscribe For The Sentinel.





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IlilHItillMIIIMtilHMIIIIMttllHIIIHMHM**! I I I BACCALAUREATE SERMON FOR
CATHEDRAL SCHOOL
I
Sunday morning May 25th, was especially -
Louis C. Massey, President marked for the Cathedral ,

School, being the date for their annual
T. Pkton Wallow Vie .Pm. L ..ti .... I
$ service at the Cathedral.A .
A i't Cutler
A.Newell
Howard a Babcock Art CuUcr Samuel
large choir and congregationfor
( this season) were present, and i!
THESTATE many of the day pupils of the school
What is
joined those of the boarding depart- theCHRISTMAS

ment when entering the Church in along

procession.The school hymn. "Guide Me, 0 I
BANK
H Thou Great Jehovah," was heartily SAVING
sung and the baccalaureate sermon
by the beloved Principal, Rev. R. P.
Cobb, was received with closest inter-
CLUB ? I
of Orlando est by all.Taking. ,
Galatians vi: 2, "Bear ye
one another's burdens and so fulfil
: the law of Christ" as the text, the
THE OlDEST BANK( lNiTHE CITY I sermon was in part as follows: Merely a'number' of people who arrange to systematicallysave
Attention was first called to there
certain odd each week with the
-AND- being no real discrepancy between pennies positive assurance -

this text and another: "For etery that they will receive a check two weeks before
man shall bear his own burden," that
The Bank whkh transacts more business than there were two Greek words used to Christmas for every penny they have saved. t
.
any Bank between Jacksonville and Tampa express two kinds of burdens. Human
experience bears out the statement
that everyone has a burden-his own
The large patronage of this Bank has been built up peculiar burden giving out of his own :

during twenty years by conducting its business on sound nature, disposition, temptations and. You can save any amount from 2 cents a week up. t
struggles. We look at some of our
with careful attention to the legiti
principles
banking fellowmen whose lives seem so care-
mate wants of customers. The confidence of the publicis free we envy them and wish we were The 2 cents the first
in their place: but if we knew all $11
reuected in the large amount of deposits. week "club" nets .
we would be very sorry to exchange youITISWORTIIWIIILE ,
Average deposits First Quarter of 1913, $900,000. burdens.We .

accept the fact that burden of
some kind is inevitable and universalNo
FOUR PER CENT PAID ON SAVINGS ACCOUNTSOur one is exempt. If we were wise,
we should be glad it is so, for burdens !
bravely borne may become a source
of strength and blessing.
correspondent banks are located in every part of Here comes in the second 4 '
thought" : Call at Ole Christmas Savings Club Window and let us explain It more laDy,
the world and include some of the largest Banks in"the "Bear ye one another's burdens. Is
not this an additional hardship? Havewe or better still join some club now.
United Statea.PROGRESSIVE not enough to do in bearing our

I own burden without being encumbered .
with those of other people? Thereare
three considerations by which the
FIVE HUNDRED MUNICIPAL LEAGUE MEETS I exhortation is enforced. First jt isthe j The Peoples National Bank"It
law of Christ. This law we set
The stormy weather on Saturdaydid The Municipal League met in reg- forth as the mark of badge of dis-
not in the least dampen the spir- ular session with a goodly numberin cipleship. "By this shall all men !is a pleasure to serve you."
its of the jolly party gathered in the attendance. After transacting the know ye are my disciples that ye
cozy home of Mr. and Mrs. W. M. routine business of the evening the love one another."
Lege and the affair was one of un- question of the lakes within the city It is significant that in our Lord's
usual pleasure.The limits was taken up and discussedand account of the last judgment He pictures -
early part of the evening was after reading a letter from Dr. those who were admitted to the

spent in playing progressive "five Pillans and also from the State Boardof right hand as having fed the hungry 11111 111111111111"'II".ellll"'I""IIII"11111 ..
hundred," the highest score being Health, a resolution was passedin clothed the naked, visited the sick
made by Mr. Palen. Later, in honorof which it was the sense of the and shown mercy. The test seems
the neighbors soon to depart for League that the city should own and from this picture to be socialogical
their northern names, Mr. and Mrs. control all lakes in the city and that rather than theological. AT THE
Norcross Mr. and Mrs. Palen and Mr. the city should take steps to compelthe Christ taught this law perfectlyand
and Mrs. Green, a geographical con- cleaning of Lake Cherokee or acquire beautifully also by His examplein
test was arranged, the answers in- title to the same at once and His thirty-three years of earthly
volving the names of the towns and that the city should own and control life, going about doing good.
State if which these guests are to Lake Lucerne.A The second argument is our mutual
depart. This contest was quite diffi- resolution was also passed calling dependence. We are as closely related thI iii :I1Y
cult, but Mr. Kendrick soon solved it, upon the City Council to investigate as the various organs of the human ;
winning the prize. the city water supply in Lake Highland body. The advantage of each is the
Mrs. Lege served delicious ice cream to ascertain the conditions in and advantage of all. The happiness of ,
wafers and cake, the table covers around the lake, and likewise examine each is attained not by each living
bearing a pretty violet design. The the condition of the stand pipe. his separate isolated life, but by
scoring for the card games was done The League will picnic at Lake Gat- each taking an interest in the welfare -
with white violets, each guest havinga i lin the first Thursday in June. of the other and all contributingto
bouquet of these dainty. bowers as a Resolved that a resolution be drawn the common good.
rouvr3nir and forwarded to Senator Doneganto The third argument is the instinctof MONEY SAVING PRICES
sU. the effect that this organizations self interest. In bearing one an
.
D. Q BRIDGE THIS AFTERNOON in favor of the new Commissionform other's burdens we really lighten our
!!, charter for the city of Orlando own. LIES IN INTELLIGENT BUYING
which has lately passed the House ands In order to bear one another's burdens .
The U. D. C. will entertain at to come before the Senate and we must acquaint ourselves with
bridge and five hundred at the homeof urging said Senator to use his efforts the facts and conditions around us. Its
Mrs. W. P. Watson on Concord to secure its preservation to and a foolish and selfish theory that [;. i.:; WE HAVE INAUGURATED THE GREATEST VALUE-

avenue on this afternoon from four I passage through the Senate. Also, I! disagreeable things ought never to I
to six o'clock. Admission fee of twen-: Resolved that a resolution be drawn be thought of or mentioned. A knowl- 1 '7 GIVING SALE EVER ATTEMPTED IN ORLANDO. COME
ty-five cents will be charged, the proceeds and forwarded to Senator Doneganto edge of the world's woes must ante-

wil be used in the care and the effect that this organizationfavors date any practical attempt at their EARLY AND STAY LATE AN D ENJOY THIS GREAT FEAST
maintenance of a worthy and needy the bill providing for Orlando unwillingness to bear. Three
veteran whom the Chapter is endea- $100,000 bond issue for paved streets spheres of human life affording scope
:voring to support. and urges said Senator to use his efforts for the exercise of this principle of l' OF THE HIGHEST CLASS OF LADIES' MERCHANDISE EVER ,

This is done in the name of sweet for the presentation and passageof burdenbearing were cited and illus-
charity and those so inclined will be said bill through the Senate. trated by the speaker. Take the prob. OFFERED AT SUCH SACRIFICED PRICE REDUCTIONS.
contributing to a worthy cause. The League is making plans for lem of poverty The poor have so .
holding a jollification and picnic on many disadvantages and so few com-
LAST CONCERT AT riORTIIIIIGII- the first week, Thursday holiday, af- pensations, hard work, long hours, unsanitary -
LANDS ternoon. A good time will be givenall surroundings, insufficientfood -
who attend."A and discouragement invite disease -
Tonight will close the neighborhood and crime. In endeavoring to
series. Rev. Dr. John W. Stagg will RUSSIAN HONEY-MOON lighten this burden not leaving it to '-B '!r f\" "'C T T
read from his book on the Southern I the clergy the deaconesses, the set- ..
Problems and give negro stories One of the most charming amateuplays tlement workers and the slummers,
IN.- WTHE VV ... i. .
Mrs. Florence Hudson will play a ever presented at the Cathe- you will not only to be fulfilling a duty .
Prelude from Bach. Mrs. Roinson dral School was given in the auditor! but adding to the general happinessand ..
% .
Murphy will talk of her teacher Sig- um of Cluett Hall last evening, when, advancing the morals of that
nor Achille Errani and his Italian under the capable management of community. Family life, too, is a
method of singing. She will sing Miss Elizabeth Smith, "A Russian sphere in which the young Christianmay
Handel's "Allurements the Dearest'and Honey-moon" was given. The play play the hero and martyr. Bear
"Ah. Foes e Lue," from Traviata. embraces the story of a Russian no- with the ill-tempered and cross-grain
bleman, who endeavored to subdue the ed, sympathize with them, set theman
PAIGE-E VANS haughty spirit of his bride, and tells example "by sweetness of spirit
of his success in his scheme. The plot and gentleness of demeanor, and bear BIG WHITE

On next Tuesday June the third at was splendidly carried out, the per- their burden by showing the more excellent -
I
Bristol, Tennessee, will occur the mar- formers all reflecting credit to their way. Finally, the burden of
riage of Mr. George W. Paige of this instructor.The I living Christian life which is so much
city and Miss Julia Booker Evans, of cast follows: harder for some than for others. Bea STORE
Bristol. Alexis . . . Miss Warlow helper not a hinderer. Let it be said
They will be at home in Orlando Peloska . . . Miss Parker 'tis easier to do the right because of
after June 15th. Ivan . . Miss Ethel Overstreet your presence, and that is the most
The groom is one of the substan- Micheline . .. Miss Stouder satisfying kind of burdenbearing.In fllllM
tial men of Orlando and owns a beau- Baroness . . . Miss Perry a few simple words the Principal
tiful suburban home in this city. The DemetrovichIiss Johnson assured the graduates of his affectionate LUCERNE THEATER TODAY the most convincing manner. Novel AT THE FAVORITE TODAY

bride-to-be is a charming and talented Osip . . . ... Miss Slemons interest, of his hopes for their future Original, Entertaining.

lady of her home city and shewill and his earnest desire that they "The Dog in the Baggage Car" ..... Matinee 3:30'to 5 p. m. !; "No Greater Love-Imp, a be-
find a cordial welcome in Orlando.A DAUGHTERS OF THE CONFEDERACY might strive to live up to the high 7:15 to 10 m. witching Imp drama.
,.. .,...... ,, .. ,TanhouserA Night p.
PICNIC and holy ideals which the school had comedy railroad story with numerous Entire Balcony five cents to every "See-Saw of LifeAmerican, an
FINE OPPORTUNITY. endeavored to embody and set forth. amusing incidents. A pictureof one. instructive drama.
The Annie Coleman Chapter of the rapid fire action, and a very interesting 500 $2.00 Book for fifty cents. Get "The Lie,"-Victoria, a charming
For rent from June 1st to October1st Daughters of the Confederacy is plan TWENTIETH CENTURY CLUB plot. one while they last. Victor drama.
seven-room furnished house ning to celebrate the birthday of "Jef The members of the Twentieth Century Open 1to5and7to 10 p. m.
;
"Held for Ransom" .. ......Relance
bath, toilet and down stairs; electric Davis,' June third with a picnic supper Club are to be entertained at the Admission five cents to all.
up A and
FEATURE. thrilling grip Dr. Bennett's office phone is No.227,
lights water and telephone included at the home of Mrs. A. G. Bran- residence of 1 Mrs. M. 0. Overstreeton
ping melo-drama, "in two reels"A Brick Building, Orlando Sanitarium.
ham on Lucerne Circle, to which all Wednesday afternoon at three-
in rent $15.00 per month. very beautiful picture story in 5152w. Subscribe for the Semi
Inquire Daily Sentinel. 24-3 members are invited. thirty.
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