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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: June 1, 1913
Frequency: daily (except monday)
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 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando
Coordinates: 28.533611 x -81.375833 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1913.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 1, no. 269 (Dec. 20, 1913).
General Note: J.F. Schumann, editor.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 4 (Feb. 14, 1913).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Central Florida: Florida Digital Newspaper Library
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Related Items: South Florida sentinel
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VOLUME ONE ORLANDO, FLORIDA, SUNDAY, JUNE 1ST, 1913. .
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NEW ICE PLANT AND ICE CREAM 'GRUESOME: PART PLAYED BY WEALTHY AND POPULAR{ CLUB- NEW ORK HEALTH DEPART.MEXT INVESTIGATION
SHOWS THAT
EDITOR
FACTORY AND COLD STORAGE JAMES CONLEY, THE NEGRO MAN ACCUSED LETTER FORBIDS 'i XEWbTfAXD EX.PRESI-
INOCULATION i l OFFICERS IX CHARGE OF PIllS j DENT
REACHED
PLANT PLANNED FOR THIS SWEEPER, IN THE MURDEROF SETTLEMENTOF
THREATENING SUICIDE WITH LIVE BACILLI
UNTIL i ON IX EMPIRE STATE ARE

CITY MARY PHAGAN I FOUND IN HER POCKET j. IT HAS INVESTIGATED I GRAFTERS DIFFICULTIESCOLONELGETS

Special to the Sentinel I I I I I VERDICT OF 6 CENTS
Mr. J. B. Magruder, who is thoroughly .: Los Angeles, Cal., May .-Fred; Special to the Sentinel. Special; to the SentineL i
Atlanta, Ga., May 31.-Following i Special! to the Sentinel
embued with the spirit of pro E Kolb New York, May 31.-The Health '
: a wealthy young clubman, is ; Albany, May 31.The Special Com-
his full confession of his part of the Marquette, Mich., May :;I.-Theodore
gress is letting out the line for some I under arrest charged with having shotpretty 'Department, after six weeks of indecision j missioner appointed by Governor Sul- <
\ mysterious murder of Mary' Phagan Roosevelt absolutely annihiliatei
big enterprises for Orlando. Among Miss Irene Noble and hesitation, took decisive !Izer
22 years old. i of New York, has made his investigation his enemies
which is an ice factory, ice cream factory ] the pretty fourteen-year-old factory action today in his suit against
E. yesterday
George Noble, the girl's brother, by passing unani-1 i of the prison and hospital
Editor
girl, James Conley, the Newett, who had charged him
negro
and cold storage plant. sweeper
according to his statement measly a resolution prohibiting the
to the police J system and a rotten condition of afj with
drunkenness.
The plan is to build a large; brick was Friday afternoon taken to found her lying on the floor of ]inoculation of humans with any vac I j fairs is found. Won victory sweeping

his railroad lot for this the National Pencil Factory on South triumphant complete as victory
building
on his residence last night unconsciousfrom cine' containing living bacilli until, The guilty "
) man sems to be .
Supta
could
Forsyth street and there in the possibly be. Defense hung .
doggedly
lot is
The locatedin presence
purpose. centrally the wound, with Kolb at the telephone ;after the submission of all data and Frederick H. Mills, who was former
of a half dozen detectives I j on and compelled Colonel Roosevelt
the also the railroad several i
city on siding summoning a physician. thorough investigation, the Boardshall 1 sales agent of the prison. I
which will enable him to not newspaper men and the factory officials to put in every scrap of evidence
only
When give its written
sup- she
was revived at the hospital consent to its t "An examination of the books of f : 1 he had.
illustrated in detail his Then it blew like Russian
own a
up
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ply Orlando, but neighboring cities as Miss Noble charged Kolb with u?e. the Industrial
Department shows
and Superintendent Leo. M. Frank's that i battleship in the straits of .
Japan.When
well Mr: Magruder is having t : This
thirtynew having fired the shot. She probablywas means that Dr. Friedrich I j the industries have been incompetently :
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the
stalls built at his Spring Lake movements after he was called upstairs fatally wounded. A letter in herundwriting Franz Friedmann, who in November and improperly managed. Thereis ,j: prosecution rested Editor
to aid in removing the dead Newett read statement admitting that
dairy'and thirty fine cows will be addressed to her mother last announced himself as the discoverer
no adequate returns for the labor he had
added to the herd that he will girl's body.y.l I no case, and was convinced
so threatening suicide, was said by the of a tuberculosis cure, is of the men employed; there is sometimes that
I Conley led the officers back to the charges were untrue. Mr. Roose-
have his own milk and cream police to have been found in her cloth banned from treating any patients in i a loss of the products and at
extreme rear of the metal welt in a brief address
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room on to court said
That such will
t plant pay no one this city for the
ing. present at the
rate.
the second floor and into a little alleyway any very best, the profits earned are :1 that he only wanted to forever destroy
will
doubt and Mr. is -
Magruder the
Kolb is the son of the late C. G. It will also stop the activities of Dr. altogether out of proportion to the :i i slanders
off to the left where he said he uttered
against him
man of all men in Orlando who has Kolb William J. Beattie
millionaire manufacturer. He and Dr. Maurice total value of the goods manufactured.
found the girl's dead after : and that he was satisfied
body Fran with the-
the nerve to tackle a big enterprise V i Ilet inherited a large portion of his fat]I, A. Sturm, both of whom have been .
A of him in. He lay down on his stom vindication and asked the judge to
big force men are now at workon er's estate.OPENING. inoculating patients with vaccine "There ;
his three-story business block and ach with hands stretched by his side a I is a glaring lack of system I instruct jury to return verdict for
containing living bacilli. and
'to show how the body was found. He I a total disregard of all methods I nominal damages. Court instructed
carpenters are putting the finishing I.. OF BRIGHTON BEACH The Friedmann Tubercular Instii i tending to produce a fair return oni i
i to
said a cord was about the girl's neck jury this effect, and without leaving -
touches his .
on sixty-room rooming MOTORDOME tute, which has been in operation for; the amount of capital invested and '
and was stretched on the floor their seats jurymen verdict
at
house East Church street. Mr. less 'I gave
on than
two weeks, will be closed the labor of the ruin
: men. The
:Magruder will be ready with : right angles to the body. today. repo behalf of Colonel Roosevelt for six
: New York, May Motorcycle of the account out covers the various '! ,
lamps all trimmed and bY': He said that after he saw the body cents the smallest sum considered
burning racing in the The County Medical Society was en- industries and all
he went to where Frank vicinity of New York of them show the under Michigan statutes.
the time was standing ; Apparently
the
bride-groom comes next! will thusiastic in its praise of the
have action
its 1913 opening at the. same deplorable condition. There
the are defense had
fall. at head of the stairs watching. | no evidence to bolster
'of uj
and went into Brighton Beach Motordome tonight the Board of Health. Licensed between 600 and 700 men working its case and had
a room on the left just, never and couldn'ti
with physicians throughout the who in the "
thirty riders city
beyond the stairs where he sot a bie competing. Manyof shops. find any, but hoped it might develop
BALTIMORE SUFFRAGE DEMONSTRATION the have followed the "cure" were, with i
speed boys entered commissioner r
piece of crocus bagging; that he took! are experienced alleges that in something comforting to itself for examination -

this bagging back and tied the girl's: riders, among them Arthur hardly a dissenting voice, jubilantover the sale of manufactured articles and I of Colonel Roosevelt's owe

body up in it much after the fashiona Chappele, champion of last year, it. Dr. Friedmann was not in the! purchase of supplies, bids were,I witness this morning showed defense

Baltimore, Md., May 31.-Baltimore I Johnny Cox, Mike Costello Charles the city yesterday and none of his sent out merely as a blind, as
washerwoman ties up her clothes; : contracts was plainly defeated and knew it because -
today joined the sisterhood of Davis, Ray Veditz, Billy Vanderbury medical brethren here were willing were awarded without
I that he, then took the body on his regardto today's witnesses were allowedto
cities which have staged demonstrations George even to extend him sympathy in this
right shoulder and started up toward Spehl, and Hartley Thomas. price or quality. Very often in leave stand without cross examina-
in advocacy of woman suffrage. The the severest setback his vaccine has
the elevator in the front (Frank remaining -: latter is the diminutive marvel : purchasing supplies the very highest tion.The .

The local suffrage organization turned at the head of the stairs and! from Philadelphia, who is scheduled yet received. bids were accepted. In many cases,

out in force to do honor to the more for several goods 1
with
races were shipped without
Chappele for
just outside the double doors to the competiM arquette, Mich.
: May 31.-W. Em.
ality play written by Mrs. Christian I the championship. Will Return to Berlin tive bids. I
metal room all the while.) : len :Roosevelt, first cousin of
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.ILi.'W11idr-: :.J.t'ashxgtoawSat r'".. '- .. ;. ';ew- York, June 1, ((1:30 a. m.)-Dr. "Mr. Mills bought all of the Theodore
tSnley declared 'that a heri'he fia I" raw Roosevelt, who is
probably
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leader, which was produced at the mi! Franz Friedmann, after closing his material and in more familiar
ENGLISH the
POLO some cases lowestbids
walked half way back up the roes TEAM WON with the life of the former
Lyric Theater this afternoon for the sanitarium in obedience
to an order I
were and
rejected
the body slipped off his shoulders I the highestbids President than
;
to ,I I any other of the 'wi
benefit of the
Late 'I from the Board
cause. today Bal- of Health, announced I
the floor. (This was the place wherethe New York, May 31.-Playing the accepted. About $25,000 worth nesses in the Roosevelt-Newett libel
: today that he would return to Berlin fastest and was bought
suffragistsin bloodspots were found and whereit I most briliant practice annually'suit i being tried here, testified today
1 has hitherto been game since its arrival in America as soon as possible. Dr. Friedmann without competive bidding." ''
believed the girl the to the abstemiousness of the plaintiff.
through the streets of Baltimore. was murdered.) | English polo team yesterday defeateda declares that all his treatments in,. "To show how some of the food I'Mr.!' Roosevelt was preceded on the

Mrs. Hemmick's play, which was this country have been successful. is it is !
"I then went to Mr. Frank," said strong pick-up four by the overwhelming only necessary to say that stand by Joseph E. Bayless, of Sault
produced in Washington last I
week i is
the negro, "and told him the girl was score of 17 to 0. coffee enough to furnish 3,700 cups : Ste Marie, Mich., who identified the

presentation called "Woman"of the and case is an of the allegorical women too heavy for me to carry alone. Mr. The contest was held at the Pipingi DEMOCRATIC URGED TO PASS CAUCUS"GAG"MAY BEll; is made of only six pounds of the bean'Ij,' alleged libelous article in the Ishpem-

]Frank then left his Rock Country Club field with an equal, or slightly increased
I
at Locust ,
of the world. By allegorical position an ing Iron Ore as one he had read. This

ism and classic dancing the bondage symbol- walked back with me. lIe took hold'I Valley, L. I. Enforced idleness -' I amount of chicory. Hot water aloe affirmation' was practically all that

(of the foot end of the bundle to continuous rain evidently had Sentinel would be as wholesome and as pal
of woman, her fight for recognition and I p ; 31.The Democratic j was! required of him, as it was infra
|the head. We carried her then to the I j the English players on edge for play Caucus will atable. Hash is made of 1,200 pounds duced to show that the allegations' off
on an equal plain with man and her ; Monday be urged '
elevator and that of potatoes and 250 pounds of bee .
her down surpasses anything heretofore
put
the drunkenness
ultimate release from the toils of on to pass the "Gag" rule restricting the against Colonel Roosevelt -
floor while Mr. Frank shown by an English The ration is 13 ounces. :
polo team
went into the in
as had
I reform general circulation.
prejudice by Justice is shown in the currency from additional legislation I
office to get the key to the elevator America. An attempt has been made to prove It
play. Man, Freedom, Sin, Prejudice, at the present session. Fearing that the j jI was announced by James H

Ignorance, Justice and Woman are switch. On the way to the elevator '. that the House Democrats with I. waste in the prison was small i I Pound, chief counsel for Colonel

the leading characters of the drama. I, Mr. -Frank-. let the feet fall. (The negro GOOD EVENT AT CELTIC PARK organization committees may plunge when the number of men in the prison!'! Roosevelt, that after the testimony of
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indicated the spot where this oc- I was taken into consideration. The'j the plaintiff's witnesses
The achievements of the women of into consideration and action on small numerous de-
: curred.) The elevator door was New York, May 31. record of the waste of five meals was !I positions; behalf of the
history are portrayed in a processionof open -Although bills; of merely local importance, U n- I on Colonel will

famous characters. Some seventy- and the bars were raised so that we track conditions and strong wind derwood and other leaders have determined 2,038 pounds. Under proper management be offered as tending to show that

five Washington society debutantescame did not have to stoop. We put the bothered the athletes at Celtic Park to impose caucus rule. Resolutions this waste could have bee n I!I Colonel Roosevelt used intoxicants on-

over to put on the play. body on the elevator with the feet yesterday, there were two notable to be presented will pledge- cut in two. The saving might be used'!''ly moderately. It may be two or three

The pageant, which will be some- toward the front I stood at the head performances by runners. J. E. Mere- Democrats against Republicans by to advantage in improving the qua 1- ; days into next week before the case

what similar to that held in Washing.ton and Mr. Frank, who ran the elevator dith of the University of Pennsylvania committees other than bank sty" 'i''is turned over to the defense. It was

:, down, stood with one of his feet the world's currency In conclusion, Mr. Blake .
over one-half says: stated in
March mile court that the defense
on 3, will start at 5 o'clock amateur -|appropriations, addition to Indian af. also

from the Washington Monuent here. one of the girl's legs which stuck out. champion, went out of his distance -'I I fairs and rules committees. It "The bad business methods in the i! would< offer several score of depositions -
maybe
Five thousand women will be in line, "When we reached the basement I and defeated Abel Kiviat, of the,I possible that some plan will be the commissary department, as well as inj I j,I many from people residing in
Mr. Frank gathered the feet Irish-American industrial department, I believe01!'
many of them in fancy costume. up and Athletic Club, by devised! whereby the appropriation bill .

Floats of the same character as me the head. We carried the body I. inches, in a special three-quarter mile which failed last session m"aJ. be passed ; to be due entirely to orders issued by t 1: Emlen Roosevelt said he was 56

I about twenty feet to the run in 3:08.BASEBALL II II men who were Warden Kaiser's su-i'
those of the Washington pageant will -gas light- without being sent to the House I years of age and said that his father

be a part of the parade and banners : and Mr. Frank dropped his end. Hold I I I (Committee, in which event, that Com'mittee periors. The labor of instituting b betar J the father of the plaintiff, who
et
will be carried by prominent work-t j me to pick it up and carry i RESULTS IN THE BIG I' will be muzzled. Underwoo ter methods has already been begun." I! were brothers, had been closely associated -

era in the cause. A float showing j, back to the far end of the basement LEAGUES !!I explains he desires to focus attention in business.

Queen Isabella of :11 j did so and placed it face down in SEVEN POISONED The examination was brief. It
Spain giving Columbus |on money legislation as he did in very
his the spot where it was found by Newt i Special to the Sentinel '! I was announced there would
commission to explore and j I j Lee the }:1 tariff legislation. Should House Committee : be an af

the jewels which enabled him to defray night watchman. I National j{I be permitted to take up the Columbia, S.: C., May 31.-A specialdispatch I ternoon session of court.

the of his New York, 3; Philadelphia, 2. to the Record from Lamar
expenses trip in discovering : I I multitude of small bills now before .

America is one of the floats. CHICAGO BELLE WEDS Pittsburg, 4; Chicago, 0. I I them and go into general legislation S. C., says: I TRACK AND FIELD MEET
j
Its purpose is to show that a wo- Boston, 0; Brooklyn, 2, first game. !I there would follow a weakening of P. B. McLendon, keeper of a boarding --

man's enterprise was responsible for j Chicago, May 31.-Miss Catherine e Boston, 3; Brooklyn, 3, second game,I,''interest' in currency reform which is house, his wife and five boarders !I i! Special: to the Sentinel.ith .

the discovering of the new world. A'' Delano, daughter of Mr. and Mr.! 10 innings, darkness. !!I Ii to be one of the features of Dem- were taken violently ill last night |i Cambridge, Mass., May .-The

Frederick A. Delano, one of the bes I St. Louis, 2; Cincinnati 6 I i ptomaine poison. Doctors University of
sweatshop float, giving a scene typi- first +ocratic achievement were hurriedly i(i Pennsylvania won thir-

cal of those which the woman declare -|, known society young women in the I game. St. Louis, 0; Cincinnati, 8, sec !' summoned, and after remaining,) tenth annual collegiate track and

they will obliterate if enfranchised West, was married today to Alexander I!I I and game. i j i SALE OF MORRIS PARK RACETRACK with the sufferers all night all were i i field meet held in Harvard Stadium

Justic float and many others of Gail Grant, of Boston in Unity church I American I ; Lelieved to be out of danger this j I I today by a score of 24 points. Harted'vard -

a similar nature will figure in the A reception followed at the home of, |I Washington, 5; Boston, 4. I morning. It is supposed that thin I second with 2% points; Michikjc. -

pageant Miss Alice Paul and Miss the bride on Wellington avenue. Cleveland, 5; St Louis, 4. i Xew York, May 31-The Morris beef was the cause. Besides the ) I gan, third, with 19. One of the larg-

Lucy Barns i i Philadelphia, 12; New York, 2. : Lendons, the following 'I est crowds that
two of the most promi Park race track, famed in the early were affcted: ever witnessed meet

nent suffragists will carry the Amendment I BOY BANDITS ROB CLUBMEN i| Chicago, 3; Detroit, 2, 11 innings. I('I nineties as the finest race course in F. L Dalton, W. G. Poole, S. Vaughn,I I I in this city filled Stadium. Over twenty -

banner which attracted much attention : 1 SouthernMemphisChattanooga 'I America, passed under auctioneers( )1. K. Howell and Miss Edith BI ack- thousand present .
New York I I
May 31.-Three boysj t I i
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i in Washington. rain. hammer man. I'
each less than seventeen years of age,! Montgomery, 6; Atlanta, 4. I i I today. II I Ii
toe
rouowing pageant a huge mass j For years, this immense tract, which I]i LONDON'S BIG MARATHON
under
meeting will be held. Senator I are arrest today as bandits,I Mobile, 11; Nashville, 8. ::
Borah REPUBLICANS
who with ]comprises, 260 acres has barred the HOLD CAUCUSWashington j i -
pistols in hand
of Idalo and Helen Ring Robinson of invaded the Birmingham, 4; New Orleans, 1. city's growth in that section .I London, May 31.The
Coloralo Trojan Athletic Club last night and I South Atlantic I I of the D. C., May 31.-Republican Polytecnic
the only woman senator in lined fifteen Bronx. The tract has been subdivid.into members of the House Marathon for the London Sporting
up young men for rob- Albany, 7 Charleston of
the United ; 6.
States will be the principal bery. Several of the : I ed 3,019 lots and will be auctioned Representatives held a caucus Life, $2,500 trophytoday has attracted
victims Savannah todayon
speakers.A I who refused 12; Jacksonville, 0.
I off one lot at time. the famous athletes
a minority appointments many from all
special to hold up their hands, were : Columbus, 6; Macon, 1. to com
train conveyed the Wash punched in the face. The Carolina I;I The sale is being conducted under mittees. Most of the Republican as- parts of Europe, among them Taja,

ington contingent of suffragists here I I menacing the auspices of the the brother of
State Banking Department signments are much the Hannes Kolehmainer.
pistols them from same
today aid: will kept punching back. Charlotte, 2; Grensboro, 3. I' as in
return many of them In all the in its capacity as receiverof the last Congress. The race, as in previous yean, start
tonight. young bandits got nearly Raleigh, 11; Durham, 5. I !I
$300 worth of jewelry and the defunct Carnegie Trust Company The Progressives already shave announced : from the private grounds of Windsor
money.
They had barely backed out of the WEATHER and the Northern Bank, a large their committee asignments,I Castle. J. Corkery, a Canadian, woe

What appears to be the great farce club rooms to dart away, when an REPORT portion of whose assets were tied 1 up; and the Democrats will consider the the race last year.
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comedy of the -
season is being staged I in the Morris Park Property. majority personnel of the committee
alarm was sounded and the police fell Generally fair
at Marquette Sunday and Ion-
Michigan. upon them. day. I organization at a caucus next Monday Insurance, real estate, loans aDd '

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l' Very Second Rev.St.Sunday Luke's Edgar-Cathedral A.after Sherrod Trinity, Dean. Gifts to Please : Bargains;: i' Bargains !


Services for the day as follows:
9:30 a. m. Sunday school. tt ". Special Bargains during the remainder of this month.
10:30 a. m. Morning Prayer. May be safely purchased fromus I' qi Shoes for men, ladies, misses and children, in all styles
11:00 a. m. Holy Communion and -( and colors, high and low, cut to suit the taste of every
sermon. Subject, "Excuses." It is I f body. All shoes will sell at 25 per cent off.
loped to make the eleven o'clock service where everythingis \c, .j' : Ladies' Shirtwaists from ISc up.
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a sort of re-union for all members I -'-. ..... ". .,;.\:;., -, Ladies' Dresses, in all styles and colors, French
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and friends of the church. Please'I: I '_ \\f'): Gingham, from 98c up. :
come if you possibly can. ',. guaranteed. I .' ,r '- Children's Dresses, in all styles, sizes and colors,
7:30 p. m. Evening Prayer and: I .f. .f.1... from 25c up.
I lecture. The evening lecture will be I 'i ,-: ; Ladies' Skirts, in Linen, Pique and Serges, in all
Tthe second on the Apostle's Creed, the art / styles, sizes and colors, from 9Sc up.
subject being,"Belief in Jesus Christ. -' > Dry Goods at a special! reduction.
Everyone will find a cordial welcome''' ; .- ,' .J Ladies'! and Children's Rain Coats from $1.98 up.
Allen & Co. .
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\ Ladies' and Children's
a t all services.- j i:__}. '":.. Hats from 23c; up. Ready-to-Wear and Trimmed I

First BaptistDr. i! Men's Clothing, such as Blue Serge, Mohair and ?' '
C. T. Douglas will preach mthe I Cashmere Suits, all from $8.00 and up.
morning. Subject, "Walking in: JEWELERS Men's Alpaca Coats from $2.00 up.
His Steps. i\ Men's Pants, all kinds, latest styles, from 98c up.
Sunday school at 9:30, Otto Link,': Boys' Suits in Cashmere, washable Suits in all styles
superintendent. I and colors, from 50c up.
B. Y. P. U., at 6:30 p. m. I I'j Orlando Florida : Boys' Pants from 25c up. ,
Everybody cordially invited to all::' Men's and Boys' Bathing Suits, all sizes, from 4Sc up. ,
t rvices. i i I Men's and Boys' Felt and Straw: Hats from 25c up. '
: Notwithstanding our exceptional low prices, in addition
Emmanuel Baptist Church. I j I we give away premiums in chinaware to everybodywho ,

..Preaching by the pastor, Rev. Preston -: trades with us. .;
Boyd at 11 a. m., and 7:30 p. m.: We want your trade and we assure you that we will
subject of morning sermon, "Launch: Our Repair Department at give you the best merchandise for your money. We guar ,
Cut Into the Deep. +j antee satisfaction or your money refunded. Come and
convince trade will be __
No evening service as we join with 1 1aither yourself your appreciated.
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church in a union service at: your service always.Everythin If you would be posted be a daily visitor to this store. Agent for the Snow shoeI ; ; ;

Methodist Sunday school Church.at 9:45 a. m. F. N.I!. I H. Kanner's New Bargain Store, Orlando

Boardman, Supt. '
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Prayer meeting on Wednesday evening
at 730. HilHIMIMIMIIIIIIMIMIIHIIiMMMMMIMIMMI
All.the services of the church are:t tI'
held in the Rest and Tea rood and I in Drugs ItiliMIIMHMttlMtMimiKMMHIIItlflltMn.
,the public invited to attend. ':

Presbyter-ion Church I I LISTEN THE[ OAKlAND
Rev. Jno. W. Stagg, D. D., Pastor. WE DISPENSE ONLY THE PUREST AND BEST I

Preaching by the pastor at 10:45 : 1,000 Books of 20 Tickets Each, Worth $2.00, now
a. m. and 7:30 p. m. '': Selling for 50c at The Arcade Restaurant, The Lucerne
O'Neal Sabbath, Supt.School at 9:45, W. R. : Delaney Drug Co. i Theater and Magruders Livery Stable. THE CAR

We want to everybody in the habit of
C. E. Prayer Meeting at 6:45 p. i' get spending THAT EVERYBODY
Mid-week prayer service on Wednesday m'l.: ; WATKINS BLOCK PHONE NO 2 a pleasant and profitable hour each evening at the Lu
I.11 cerne. IS TALKING
evening at 7:30. !: ,
I GET A BOOK AT ONCE, WHILE THEY LAST.
Catholic Church : ., ABOUT
: TRY OUR TfK CREAM
Sunday School, 9 a. m. .,
Mass and Sermon, 10 a. m. :' I ASK FOR DEMONSTRATION
Rosary, sermon and Benediction,::I The Best Ever I -- I IR
7:30: p. m. !: SEEMAGRUDER
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r Flagler, be the most magnificent resi- I the Sea In Ships
Work has begun on a new depot dence in Florida. :We will not falter, Thou dost know
for McIntosh. The McElroy Pharmacy have a rem- For the Next Fifteen
The way in which our feet must go. Days
edy that is guaranteed to Sea ,
The Y. W. C. A., in Tampa, has| With Thee all faith and all desire cure
I Sickness.
If
A factory is to be erected in Miami i organized a summer school which will; Must pass that sea of glass and fire j I you contemplate a sea
for I i j trip, be sure and take with you a bot-,
maVirig syrnp brandy vinrpir nn prepare any girl alive the seventhgrade -

fertilizer from pineaples.The in the grammar school for promotion -|We will not falter, in Thy hand |'j it tie does of McElroy's not cure money Sea-Sick refunded.remedy. If tf I We will sell Lime at 90c
to the next grade.A I We lay our own, at Thy command j ji
Bristol Free Press says that i To tread the wilderness were sweet ;j I per barrel delivered
the new combination lock box cabinet corps of civil engineers is now engaged -i!O'er burning stones with bleeding feet 4i MeilimillMMIMIMMMTHE ,
for the post office has arrived. suveying the right-ofway for 1 ".
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five barrel lots.
the proposed interurban electric line We will not falter, but fulfil j I
S. H. Gaitskill, the champion melon between St. Augustine and Jackson- The purposes Thy heavenly will
grower of McIntosh,will begin loading ville to be constructed by the St. Au- Reveals to us as day by day ONE CIGAR THAT I
watermelons between June 1st a 5 gustine Public Service Corporation. This marvelous life unfolds its way. Ii'
Florida Metal Co. :
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Work has begun installing the new Members of the senior class of the I We will not falter, thought is free I EVERYBODY LIKES{{
sewerage system in Orlando. Only St Augustine High School gave a:And all our faith looks up to Thee McNEIL-DAYIS BUILDING
the best of material will be used for play at the Jefferson Theatre in that i The mount of vision gleamed afar I

this work. city Tuesday night. The play, en- And o'er it shines the Bethlehem star. Phone 41. rtiMtMMtttltMMHMMMMMMMtMimmilMHH
titled, "The Question of Man," was a flAWLEFSSTRAIGHTS
The Duval county jail in Jacksonville burlesque on the sugrage question.The We live in deeds, not years,
is now one of the most comfort- In thoughts, not breaths, -- -
able and sanitary prisons in the en- young men of St. Petersburghave In feeling, not in figures, on a dial
tire South. started movement for the We should <
a con- count time by heart throbs
struction of a Y. M. C. A. building in He most lives who thinks most, feels Get the best cigar at five !
The Young Ladies' Fortnightly Club':1 the Sunshine City. It is understoodthat the noblest, acts the best. I cents, the next time you | J J
in Titusville has presented a drinking I they are receiving much encouragement Mrs. J. L. Conolley. y want to smoke-judge for ; Keep Cool
fountain to that city. They are to be: one man offering to donate I yourself.
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congratulated. ;$500 for such a building. Reserves it-If lie Can Get it. i

News comes from Crystal Springs I The tomato crops have begun to Only a -strenuous and j
very somewhat -
that the watermelon season is now I move in earnest now through this sec- narrow-minded American could,, Made in Orlando and sold :
in full swing there, the stores being! tion and the fruit is finer than ever feel really bad about it if Sir Thomas by all dealers. i Fireless Cookers '
piled high with fine melons. I was raised here before. Buyers are ]Lipton should win the cup.Louisville -I :

getting interestd and th crop is be Coujier-Journal. AND
William D. Upshaw, of Atlanta, ing looked after very closely Mc- I illMltlMMMMMMIMMl
known as the "Georgia Cyclone" is Intosh[ Note in TimesUnion.The I J
making a campaign in Pinellas county j
this week in the interests of the Anti- Wst Florida Naval Stors ELECTRIC FANSTO

Saloon League. Company, carrying out its policy of NEW COLORS AND PATTERNS IN
markting its receipts of rosin and
The week degining May 31, will KEEP COOL WITH
turpentine, has purchased forty acres
no doubt be a gala week in the history of land north of Pensacola, which will
of Live Oak. This will be chautauquaweek be used as storage yards for all naval Crepe Goods anD KimonosGOWNS

tertainment and a program has ben of arrainged.high class en- stores received by-the company. [ELECTRIC[ IRONS s AND TOASTERS[ S SFOR


Last Sunday afternoon Grand
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The Miami Metropolis says:"Grape- Camp, W. 0. W., of Grand Ridge, ETC. COMFORT F FjhBPIEAttELECTt
fruit in the Redlands will
be
ready to
Fla.,unveiled the handsome monumentof
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ship on the first day of
September,
their late
if not before, and the movement will buried at the sovereign Shady Grove, Wesley cemetery Sims,, 2000 yards Val. Lace Insertion at 1 and 2

be tember.in full blast by the middle of Sep five fully miles 1,500 south people of present there. There at the were un- cents per yard at T [ [ [l[ T L ,"nc.. ;

veiling.A .
Sarasota's bond trustees have decided HAND BUILDING ':
that brick will be used in the McCULLOCH'SDEPARTMENT
new and modern apartment house
paving that is to be I
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Willing They Shall Come Often Why Reds Stay ThereIf
arrangements for heating and
also 124 South King Alfonso pardoned six criminals a base ball team can not attain
a laundry. There wil be twenty- Orange Avenue
It is understood that the Charles one three-room apartments in the I on his birthday. Those still in the top of the percentage column it
Deering mansion that is to be erectedin building and every convenience will OPPOSITE POST OFFICE jail no doubt wished him many hap- will be less trouble to locate it if it
Miami, will, with the possible ex be provided. py returns of the day.-Detroit Free stays right at the bottom Dallas
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The Daily PUT TilE SCREWS TO TilE LOBBY BRYAN FOR UNIVERSAL PEACE j


Florida SentinelMORNING
South A Chicago calls Secre-
Every member of the United States newspaper
AND WEEKLY tary Bryan to time for the numerous
Senate should know that an investigation -
--- --- addresses he is making on the subjects JUNE WEDDINGWhile
-Entered-- at----the poet office at Orlando of the lobby is always in order.In .
of and arbitration. It
ftorida as Second Claw Mail Matter. truth, the attitude of a legislative peace
o body properly actuated toward those holds that as secretary of state he has

SUBSCRIPTION RATES : who would swerve it from its most no right or rather he should restrainthe

conspicuous pledges ought at all indulgence of the right to express "Dan Cupid" never quits his job or loafs, yet the Month of June

THE DAILY SENTINEL sentiments and opinions that seems to be his most active season. June is always marked by its numerous
One ... ... .. .... .. ...... .$5.00 times to be one of inquiry, if not of
year are merely his personal views but weddings, which means that Gifts for the Bride, Gifts for the Groom, Gifts
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Six Months ... .. .... .. ....... 2.50 suspicion and hostility.The
which might be interpreted as official for the Bridesmaids, Gifts for the Best Man and the Attendants, and Wed-
Three Months ..... ... ...eo eo.. 1.25 lobby now active at Washington -
I represents interests which for declarations. The animus of the ar- ding Gifts from all your friends, if you happen to be the principal, and to

By news carrier in Orlando 60 cent pernonth many years have exerted an undue ticle seems to be that there is dangerof your friends if they are the principals, are very much in order.

Daily and Sunday. influence upon government. These some foreign nations taking ad.antage We offer you our magnificent metropolitan stock for your selection, a

The Orlando Morning Sentinel can be found interests have grown rich, powerfuland of our pacific intentions by violating stock in which you can find the latest and best creations of the finest Silver-

n tale in Orlando at Curia &; O'Neal'i Book insolent upon their ability to tax our rights and privileges. The smiths, Jewelry Manufacturers, Glass Cutters and China Potteries in the

Store. country would then be, according to country.The.
--- the people. They have shackled our
We will appreciate prompt complaint if industry. They have corrupted our the fear of the newspaper referred to stock is so large, so varied and so complete that a detailed descrip-

delivery la not properly made by our carrier politics. They have filled the land embarrassed in its policy of self-de- tion is out of the question. We only ask that you visit our store, carefully

Aderrtuing rata will be furnubed on ape with class prejudices. They have given fense. It would have to swallow some inspect our stock, secure our prices, and make your purchases with the feel-

location. to monopoly and graft the dig- insults and resort to arbitration when ing and assurance that you are getting the greatest value and the most up-

THE WEEKLY SENTINEL the manly and honorable course would to-date merchandise. ;

Jar year, by mail, pottage paid .......1.00 nity of an economic theory.It : be to resent the hypothetical affront
Address THE SENTINEL Orlando Florida was these conscienceless interests

Office 107 Court Street Arcade Building that were voted down last November.If 'I "vis et armis." REPAIR AND MANUFACTURING DEPARTMENTIf

Phone 24 The Sentinel is unable to see any
they appear now by agent and attorney -

in the National Senate it is'I point in the contention of the Chicago you have laid away in your bureau drawer or in a safety deposit box, j,.

J. F. SCHUMAN, Editor not because they have any misgivingsas newspaper. Secretary Bryanand pieces of jewelry that you do not wear because of its old-fashioned form or

JOSIAH FERRIS, Proprietor to the nature of the verdict that I William Jennings Bryan are one mountings, bring them in and let us show you what wonderful transformation -

was rendered against them, but be- and the same man. The opinions he can be wrought through the skill of our workers in gold and gems.
SUNDAY, JUNE 1ST, 1913. j, hilds as a man, if they be sincere
are
cause in that body the force of their Fine watch repair work a specialty.T.H.Evans .
the identical ones he entertained
I as
popular condemnation is expressed in
The sun was shining all day yester- the feeblest terms. The majority secretary of state. If as a man anda

day. against them there is small. On that moralist he is unequivocally opposedto
the arbitratment of the sword
o
as
weak spot in the people's defenses
These are sad days for the wood secretary of state he is bound to use
their ef-
they naturally concentrate
men. forts. t every effort to prevent any such recourse -

to warfare. His addresses
o The lobby which to-day assails the on
Old man opportunity knocks but I the subject of peace have been admirable the JewelerOPPOSITE
Senate is looking first of all for weak
once and the door must be opened atlais in tone and excellent in temper. ,
men, but it will be content, no doubt,
beck. They have expressed the ideals that
if it can find corrupt men. All thatit
o have animated the best minds of the
asks is that by unscrupulous and POST OFFICE
There can hardly be any doubt world for many years.
narrow bargaining and cozening,
raised as to whether or not summer Mr. Bryan give utterance to thei
three or four Democratic Senators EXPERT REPAIRING AND ENGRAVING.
las arrived. best thought and the noblest senti-
shall nullify the will of the American
o ment of American people when he
people. Its purpose is treacherousand
Much of the cheering is this worldis vigorously criticises those who foster I ,
treasonable. Can there be any
done by people too indolent to do the military spirit for the profit and
doubt that, given _an opportunity, its ------ --
anything else. personal gain they see in it for them-
methods of persuasion will be equally
o I' selves.
desperate? '
People who visit popular bathing 'I His efforts on behalf of universal
Every man who has ever been
resorts the coming season should wear peace is right and in the interest of
around the Congressional halls knows
shock absorbers.One I humanity, and when a man is right SILK STOCKING
that a powerful lobby is maintained I X2
o he need fear no man, nor the power
there all the time. Indeed the third I -
half the world wonders how! of man.
house many times during the tariff!
the other half digs up enough coin to His remarks will be applauded by
I
discussions out number the members i
Buy an automobile.The many. They have won him some
of the Senate. What are these lobby-i
o friends who have in the been
} past
ists there for, and who sent them ,
Legislature has passed an act severely critical of his public utter-
there? Not the the I
common people,
permitting West Palm Beach to have ances. If these addresses, because of
people who work for a living, but the \ For Day
commission
government. the prominent and strategetic position
of interests and
men corrupt corrupt
0 I I of the man making them, will have the

Samuel Gompers, the great labor purposes.. effect of awakening the people of the and
It is time that '
high of the
a man
leader of America, is in ill health and I country to some of the influences that

his demise is expected at any time. courage of Wilson use the lash on have been guiding entirely patriotic
these fellows. The day is coming II
o sentiment and of steering the nationin
EveningWear
when it will be crime
a to lobby.
Yellow is the most popular color
a path true to the goal on whichit

this year, but not because it permits set out, there will be cause for

modest persons to quietly to retire INCREASE OF JAPS IN U. S. congratulation.GIVE .

from public view. -.

o Supplemental to the California report TO THE POOR
Some of the
people's conception
the Japanese population of Ore- -
to demonstrate their
way superior gon is given as 8,600 and of Washington .
The child of
pathos and of
brains is o smash benches intendedfor tragedy,
.
as 15,900. This population, con- the Astor baby whose father died
comfort.
public
o sidered in the light of the density of I I with such unostentatious heriosm Our Personal Guarantee \ \\

population of the states cited, is im-'
Eight days more and the people of I I when so many went down, has had a

Florida will be delivered out of the I I pressive. birthday. It is just one year old. Accompanies Every Pair
Wearying statistics could be given!
hands of the Phillistines. The Legislature From all over the land, from rich
-
without end. After all, they are but \
and from friends but
will adjourn June 8. I poor, more
the more or less inaccurate records
o from strangers, have come to the lit-

. The United States Senate has 'of human happenings. tle one gifts of every kind. Articlesof

agreed to put diamonds on the free white Scientists know full well that the baby wearing apparel, dainty and Marion B. Ives
man and the Oriental will no
list to prevent smuggling them into rich, showing the expenditure of time
more assimilate in California than
this country. How dear to the heart and care as well as money. ,
has the white
man and the Orientalin
cf- the diamonds. But of course the mother could
poor man are
China or in India. Ethic reasons,
not permit the retention of them; so

Considering the o safeguards that and automatic make in assimilation their operation impossible.If forbid. : they all went back to the doners. EXCLUSIVE MILLINERY PARLORS

This entailed
tankers are placing about their treas- a great burden upon
these
people will not assimilateand t
ures, the future must look rather som- the mother and upon her secretary,

ber for the Cleveland man who has the Oriental is poured in upon the for the presents numbered up into the Second FloorTHE
land, the white man will leave the thousands.All .
been ordered by the court to pay his
land as the air does when
water is
of this brings to us the thoughtof
wife $100 a month alimony on a sal
poured into a bottle. Laws, treaties,
ary of $800 a what great happiness this wasted
year.o ethics, conferences, each a great and wealth would have brought to hun-

Less than two years ago bank estimable institution in its place, do dreds of the babies of the poor, if, POLICY OF COMMERCIAL
not bear
upon such world movementsas .
wrecker and high financier Morse of these. instead of being lavished upon one TRAVELERS

New York, was released from the that did not need it and could not

Federal prison at Atlanta, on the plea:; The same question is presented by keep it, it had been sent to brightensome AUTOMOBILE

that he was dying and could not live the colored race in the South. The of the poverty-darkened homesof An interesting colloquy took place

six months. Upon his release, he cold facts are that a race of any coloris which there are so many. "The between two knights of the grip and a

inferior to the whites and nothingcan merchant from Sanford a few days
made an extended tour of Europe and poor ye have always with you.Tampa -
it.
change
today is back at his desk doing the Times.DoltNow. ago: BULLETINThese

high finance act again. :::- Merchant: "Well, Bob, how do you
find Orlando these days?"
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Drummer "Orlando! Don't men-
A town in :
Connecticut has found it
"
II tion it; dead as a tombstone.
necessary to forbid any spooning on I Sanford Merchant (with great glee) are Bargains in Re-Built Cars. Each one 1 la
.
tone
walls
fences
church or house
steps, or cur and gutters within the "Nothing doing?" guaranteed to be in first-class condition, is fully equipped .

Drummer: "No siree, so dead that
town limits. Cupid must have started 1 and ready to run.
: coudn't stir up a first class rum- &
you
an epidemic in that drastic and un- !
It is actually lonesome over
sentimental town, where even such : pus.
desperate opportunities as stone walls I there and I just picked up my"grip 1 1 1910 Cadillac, Good Condition,

offer : and started for Lucky Sanford. &
are called down.Long .
I Drummer No. 2: "What a liar you j $550.00

master o Begin the month aright by are Bob. I don't have to lie that way!
ago politicians adopttd -
I
Why I tell it is
the rule, "Don't write; send. Later : I to get business. you 1 1912 Flanders Touring Car complete
that can'tstop
busy in Orlando people ,
so
.n a greater master advised, "Don't : buying GROCERIESat
your long enough to kick a jealous
talk. $500.00.
The only safe rule is that :
Why they are digging ditches
neighbor.
Rouchefoucauld: "Treat every enemy the new Store I six miles long to lay the telephone
if :
he
as might some day be a friend,
and every friend as if he might someday : : lines in to make room for their new I, 1 Model G. Four Cylinder Cad-

: sky scraper buildings. They are getting -J
be
an enemy. If you wish a let- :
ready to build fifteen miles of
ter burned, do it .ourse1f.-Xe\v York : illac $150,00
World. THE SANITARY GROCERY brick streets are building parks and i .

assembly hall"-and right here the i iI I

"A St. Louis pastor o holds services : merchant halted him and said, "what!! 1 Studebaker "30" 1912, run less than


in the afternoon and reads the baseball CARUTHERS & GORE : did sugar you isThe say the drummer price of opened four cent up I 4,000 ; extra tire, etc., 800.

scores by innings from the pulpit. !
o t his grip and sold the merchant a good
All he needs is stock ticker -
now a bill of goods and last of all a bottleof I'
6 and 8 East Pine Street Phone
and a buffet to make his sermons pop- 200
smelling salts for his headache.
ular with the elite," says the Cleve-

land Plain Dealer. No, they won't be ,. i San Juan Garage

tatirely so till there is turkeytrottingin Our best advice of what to do in I' :

the vestry between the singing and hot weather is-nothing-as nearly

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comes everything of a nature that will give coolness to the blacks etc., form 50c to $1.50. our showings meet all demands, and that our prices, are I


wearer and restfullness to the eyes. Look at our Embroideries, and convince yourself that our lower, than elsewhere. \


Everything pertaining to Women's wearing apparel is withus stock is as complete and comprehensive as any MetropolitanStore Look at our wash goods, with its range upon range of foew


here, and those that have a distinctive individuality a shade and at prices much lower than most of the Metropolitan designs and colorings, that are equalled by but few stores in


above the ordinary are most in evidence in our stock. Stores. the state, and are beaten by none. Prices from lOc to 1.00

Look at our New Linguerie Robes and Dresses, from $3.50to Look at our Laces. The best factories in Continental per yard. 1


$10.50. Europe are represented in our assortments. Prices from 5c Look at our shoes. They are the kind that give comfort,


Look at our Children's Dresses, with all the new Swiss embroidery to $2.00 a yard. wear, and style to the owner. Let us show you, if you I are


effects, Prices from 65c to $6.00 Look at our ready to wear hats. The New White Effects from Missouri, and if not, then let us show you any ways It


Look at our Ready to Wear Skirts, in Pique, Serge, Panama just in, and also the model hats that are priced to fit all won't cost you a cent to look. That is what we have clerks


San Toy, Voiles, etc. Prices from $1.50 to $10.00. pockets. for, to show you. .

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I II I J. A. and Vera Holenbeck, who have AT THE GRANDThe I SOME STRANGE THINGS BRICK STREETS FOR ORLANDO

spent the winter in this locality, left POSSIBLEThe

WADE I for their home in Rockford, 111., yes pictures at the Grand last night I+: Have you ever noticed how some J

THE TUNER I terday. were excellent; the principal picture!; women standing at a fence in their permissive statute has passed I

ORLANDO. FLA. i being a number of beautiful and interesting : back yards talking to a neighbor of both branches of the legislature and t

iI iI I! Mr. George H. Upchurch, Mr. J. scenes of the Rocky Mountains ja t cold morning will throw the corner has been signed by the governor per-

I! Sternberg and Mr. John H. Owens, of in winter. This was geographically of an apron over one shoulder? mitting Orlando to bond for $100,000for AUTOMOBILES FOR RENT,

t Mr. F. W. Stanley left last night i!I! Jacksonville, are Sundaying at the very educating as well as inter: And then in the afternoon go downtown street paving purposes. So thatit E. L Murray

San Juan. esting. with a low neck dress with not is now within the power of Or- Office Phone 409-Residence Phone $41
for Ga.
Albany j I
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i I I as much as a screen of mosquito netting lando to make an improvement great.

Mr. F. C. Cochrane of Palatka, isj i Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Hammond, Mr. Deputy Sheriff J. B. Lawton, Jr.,I to protect her throat and a good ly needed and one that is only secondin WEATHER READING \

In the city today. j D. B. Sphaler and son Alden of Taft went to Jacksonville last night on I share of her bosom from pneumonia importance to the sewer now be-

and Winter Home, were in Orlando business. 1 microbes? And have you noticed how ing put in.
Reading of the thermometer
1 yesterday. j I men will-but men don't wear aprons. Good streets will add more to the morn
Mr. Clifford J. Fuller departed yes : ing, noon and Evening from 5 to 7
I Miss Elizabeth Branham who has -Shore Line Times, Guilford, Conn. value of Orlando real estate and con-
York
New
for City.
terday a. m., 12:30 to 2p.m.and5to9p.n.
i __ __ I I Mr. J. H. Estes, the hardware mer- been attending Sullins College at I j And did you know that some men tribute more to the pleasure of residents .
at Winter Home County
Mr. R. Friskett, of Atlanta, is chant of Taft, leaves Tuesday for Bristol, Virginia, is on her way home. drink whiskey in the winter to keep of the city than any one improvement -I' Florida, by H. C. Hammond., Orange I ,

spending Sunday in Orlando. i\ New York State where he will spend She stopped off for two weeks with warm and in the summer to "cool that can be made. 5to7.12:30to2.5tc9.mom. .

': the summer. friends at Auburn, Ala. | off?" One is about as consistent as I When fifteen miles of brick street]i .

the other. are added to that we already have,I II noon night
Mr. W. J. Butter, of Cleveland, May 9 ...... ...... 72 84 74
1! Mrs. H. C. Hammond of Taft, Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Abberger left Orlando will be numbered the
Ohio, is in the city on business.D. among I I May 10 .. .. ... ... .. 70 84 72
;leaves for Rochester, N. Y., Tuesday last night for Jacksonville to spend ; CLEANING UP THE LAKESI best paved cities in Florida and more
I May 11 .. .. .. .... 68 76 04
Quinna went to Kissimmee last''where she will spend the summer Sunday with their son, Ben, who is i I people will be attracted here after I I May 12 .. .. .. .... 68 78 to
with her mother.Dr. with the and these, improvements are made than
connected Inspecting; around lake
night and will spend Sunday in the : property owners May 13 .. .. ........ 68 80 ,4

Valley City. Weighing Bureau in that city. ;,i i Lucerne are setting a good exampleby 1! ever before. ] May 14 .. .... ...... 62 86
and Mrs. C. A. Campbell of the : With a modern sewer system, paved I 14
lake in
i cleaning the shore of the a
I
May 15 .... ... ..... 66 84
McElroy Drug Co., left yesterday for Mr. B. M. Robinson clerk of the i streets and beautiful parks, Orlando
!: thorough Dr. J. N. Me-
Mrs. L. A. Sheridan, who has been a very manner. May 16 ............. 64 87 78
Waynesville, N. C., where they will Circuit Court, will into his new i wil rank with the best cities in Florida -
guest at the Melrose, returned to Chi- move Elroy, Mr. J. C. Patterson and C. A.I j May 17 ... .. ........ 62 806
spend the summer. home on the corner of Jackson and Boone are having their shore line : and will go forward in her prog-
cago yesterday.Mr. i May 18 ........ ... .. 70 90 18
Lake streets The home'is !ress, by leaps and bounds.
Tuesday. new cleaned and the old
nicely swan pen I i May 19 .... .. ..... 70 88 74
G. W. Patterson of Lakeland Mr. C. W. Goodrich returned from a handsome and comfortable one. : torn down. Boone's point is also beging
i, May 20 . ... ..... 68 91 76
and is Sanford yesterday afternoon, wherehe filled in and enlarged. This beau-j!I RAIDED BLIND TIGERS
came up yesterday spending I May 21 .. .. .... .... 70 94 76
Sunday in the city. has been for a few days looking Miss Lola Raysor one of the efficient tiful lake so prominently located is a'i:'!
I! il I May 22 ... .. .. .. 68 89 75
I after business affairs. teachers in the Orlando valuable asset to Orlando. Last night was a bad for the I
Ii i High j jI I. one May 23 .. ........ 70 90 73
Mrs. F. W. and Isabel Stanley;I School, left last night for New York. "speak-easys" and a good one for the May 24 .. ... 74 91 77

started yesterday on their long journey I Mr. W. L Howes and wife, who After a visit there, she will enter aI I WRIGHTS GO .NORTH officers. May 25 . ... ... 68 89 71
to Santa Ana, Cal. have been visiting with Mr. and Mrs. hospital to study for a trained nurse. Sheriff Gordon and Marshal Smith
I I May 26 .. ... .e.... 66 85 78
i T. P. Howes, of this city, left yester- J: Kate Wright and daughter, quietly dropped into the places which,
I Mrs. May 27 .. .. .. ..... 66 85 78
Mrs. Maud Cooper and daughter: day for Sebago lake, Maine. I{ Mrs. S. A. Robinson and daughterI I Augusta and Mrs. Gordon Wright left .they have had under surveilance and I'May 28 ...... ... 70 90 75

Dorothy, went to Jacksonville yester-: I Claire, returned home last night from yesterday for Memphis, Tenn., where landed Henry Thomas, Alf Basker-I: May 29 . .. . 68 89 ..
day for a few days visit. Mr. S. W. Shepherd returned last Mr. Gordon Wright ville and Claude Carter in durance
'i| Tallahassee, where they had been for they will meet 1
I IMr night from Chattanooga, where he I vile.
;I the past month with Hon. S. A. Rob- and after spending several weeks in !I
B. Drew returned yesterday: has been for a week in attendanceat J Five cases of "Red-eye Red" and a GOOD TIRES-Factory imperfec.
inson. The ladies were glad to get that city Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Wright
from North Carolina, where he has the Confederate Re-union. back home. will return to Orlando and Mrs. Kate i barrel of beer are stored away in the tions at about one-third less than u-
i; I ual list prices. Full line in stock. 1.
court house this
been on business and pleasure.J. : Wright and daughter will proceed to morning as a result.
I Mrs. Hiram who has iI i W. PHILLIPS & SONS, 6 E. Church
I Whittington, I
I their home in Cairo, Ill. ii
Mr. Herbert Wichtendahl, who is a
G. Waterson of Boise City, Idaho!been visiting her parents Mr. and i SUPPER A SUCCESS street.
motor inspector for the Seaboard Air
is looking Orange county over with a ,: Mrs. C. G. Westcott, left for her I! I -
Line R. R., with headquarters in TO OUR FRIEND C. G. WESTCOTT,
view to buying an orange grove. j home in Hot Springs, Ark., yesterday.i has been several AS HE GOES NORTH I The chicken pillau and ice cream Subscribe for the Sentinel .
Tampa, spending
'
.__ i i iI and cake served at the Orland Hotel
I with friends in Or- -
days pleasantly
Mr. James L. Jacobs, who has been Mrs. John Pond and children, who !;lando. How dear to my heart are the scenes last night by the ladies of the Methodist NOTICE i

spending some time in the city, left: have beta visiting her parents Mr. !i of the wildwood, church, proved a signal successin -
for his home in I I every particular. The la County Jud,,'* Court Orange County
Chicago good things
yesterday.Mr. I and Mrs. H. H. Berry returned to When fond recollection recalls themto Florida
Mr. Mrs. J. H. Allen who
and
their home in Jacksonville yesterday. II spend were all dispensed quite a while be- To the Florida Conference for the Methodist
I their winters in Ft. Myers and their view. fore the hour for the Episcopal Church South and all whom it
and Mrs. Daniel Smith closing arrived
who The loon and the ducklets; the river may concern:
summers at Sommerset, Ky., stopped and the ladies in charge of the affairto Whereas, F. A. Curtis and W. R. O'Neal
have spent the winter in this city left i The Anna Coleman Chapter Daughters i I they swam in, as executors of the last will and testament
for their home in Detroit last night. of the Confederacy will hold a'i iI off at Orlando'yesterday to spend a trout's haunt and the whom much praise is due, realized Sarah G. Veach deceased have this day
And every ; filed their petition to tell the
.few days with their friends, Mr. and $50 net. following rea!
I picnic supper at the home of Mrs. A. gum I did chew. estate situate lying and being in Orange
Mrs. A. Y. Fuller. county State of Florida to-wit:
Misses Hilda and Nellie Geiger, G. Branham on Lucerne Circle Tuesday I Lot eight of N. L. Mffl'i Sub-dirision of
I ELECTRIC TREATMENTS Block 19 of Jacob
Sommerlin's
two attractive ladies of Gene I afternoon. This is to gently remind RENT Five-room I Addition* to
young .FOR SALE OR RENT-Five-room FOR SALE OR Orlando as recorded in Plat Book "A pan
va, were in Orlando shopping yester the ladies that they may be house; large lot full of fruit trees. 142, Orange County Records.
I house lot full of fruit
trees.
large There
; AU Kinds, $1.00 Treatment for are therefore to cite you to appear
day. I present with their baskets. Apply 308, Robinson avenue Apply 308, Robinson avenue per These are, therefore; to cite you to appear
I the month of June. Dr. Bennett, of July, A. D., 1913 and file objection, if
Phone 227. L-Page5-26-lm any you have, to the granting of laid petition -
otherwise same will be granted u
,.1,1111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111 1,111111".111111..11111111111.1111111,1111..ITHE prayed.
Witness my name as County Judge afore-
FOR SALE OR RENT-Five-room said and the seal of said Court this 30th day
house; large lot full of fruit trees. of May A. D.. 191 J.
Apply 308, Robinson avenue WM. MARTIN
(Seal) County Judge.

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(In three parts) SEVEN TO
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I A thrilling drama, intermingled with humor, pathos, and

I sentiment that is fascinating. A novel and weird plot, containing -
Daily'I
Pictures Changed much that is mysterious but clever. A wierd but in- DOLLAR AND A HALF AND UP

teresting story written around the mysterious cellar, which

holds the miser's millions, provided with the magically worked AT

pieces of furniture and the aw esomest eel vault,furnished with

FIRST SHOW, < 7jl5P.M inflexible ghostly steel arms that sprang out of the darknessand

seized the intruder in its deathly grip. The character of | SCRUGGS &

SECOND SHOW, 8:15: PM r the miser in his senility,cupidity and heartlessness are strongly DICKSON

i portrayed with artistic touches. The butler pays the penalty .

for the accidental death of the miser and after long years :, THE MEN'S OUTFITTERS

i of prison life returns to reveal to the miser's starving relatives .

the hiding place of the treasure. Home .of Hart, Schaffner and Marx Clothing
it PRICES ALWAYS 5c. and lOc. ..

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WAR SCARES AND THE NAVY WHEN IS A MAN DRUNK? Regular Enough to Suit Unions BUSINESS BOOSTERS
I I ea
Obviously the President made a CLASSIFIED

War scares generally originate in We do not know whether or not big mistake in not making Samuel Business Boosters (classified advertisements
) received after 10 o'clock I
the large cities on the Atlantic and Colonel Roosevelt has the grape juice Gompers Ambassador to the Court of midnight, will be run in the "Too Late I II

Pacific coasts, and it is there also that habit like Colonel Bryan, whether he St. James.-Philadelphia Record. I Ito Classify" column. I

the noisiest and most persistent agitations is a teetotaler or an occasional drinker : Boosters of five lines, or less ap-

may be found. Thus we find ; there probably will be illuminating One Place Japs Are Welcome To I(proximately cents; three times 30 words 50 ont; one time week, 25 ;i PJCSA/ rTwd -

the New York Tribune referring to testimony on the subject when the Life will be just one blamed lone i (six daily and one weekly editions) ; '

our navy as "ill-balanced, undermanned ex-president's character witnesses some thing after another down at $1.00; one month, $3.00. :

and ill-equipped," while the Los take the stand in his behalf in the klWW
Cape Horn when the Panama Canalis Money to loan on improved -'-
prop-
Angeles Times tells us that if Japan Roosevelt libel suit for $10,000 damages finally opened.-)1i1waukee Senti
erty. S. Y. WAY.
means war "she will cable the strongest -]I against Editor Newett of the nel. '

assurances of her pretensions to !! Iron Ore, which is now being tried at L. P. COOK'S FISH MARKET. Phone > B ,+ .te& -. .: ..c
S. :
peace and amity until her fleet, convoying -:1 I Marquette, Mich. There is one ques- Not Looking for any More Trouble. 271. 5-28-tf I IOI

ships carrying her army shall ,tion which may figure prominently in i.
:
Opining that its "fine not to be FOUND-Pair of I Vacation f
be within a week's sail of our shores."i j the action, however, if the plaintiff nickle-plated ply ers ; Hint ;
I the goat any longer, Uncle Joe con Owner call at Sentinel Office. I i
Against the Tribune's criticism ofI admits that he takes a drink once ina
I' sistently declines to "butt in" when I Before you buy a railroad ticket
the navy we may weigh these facts: while. The court may have to decide Shanibarger's for bicycles and (
asked to discuss politics.-Chicago for this or that summer resort
That we are now spending more when a man is drunk, and whether Sundries. tf j I c
Tribune. iI come in and look at our MidSummer
money on our navy than any other I'I there is a difference and what the I
FOR HIRE-Nice seven passenger : Woolen line and let us make
Great Britian that difference is, between drunkennessand t
power except ; '
Worse Than Working for a Lit ing. touring car. Large and roomy. a cool Summer Outing Suit for I !
Great Britian's ranks first, with intoxication. ( ( ,
navy But just think of those three hard- 4-20 tf J. B. MAGRUDER.BUY (i
Germany and the United States com One Michigan state court has already i you.We ..
I worked Kings in Berlin who are all a let in Thornton Park, a nice }; make a specialty of Nor-
peting for second place; that in the made a distinction between the the time having to change their uniforms suburb in east part of the city. Carl folks and will be pleased to .r.
number of men employed the navy of I I I two stages of inebriety, ruling that a Jensen. I show
to meet the demands of the I you a few of our latest
the United States ranks third; that ; man might be intoxicated and not I models.Men's .
occasion-Indianapolis! News.
twenty years ago our naval expendi-l!I i drunk, the former condition being defined Do you want to pick up an auto I I

tures aggregated about a slight over-stimulation, bargain? If so, read the advertise
$23,000,000 j as Fashion
I I Bill Bound to Make One Shop
ment of the San Juan Garage.
while in recent years we have expended -!I while to be drunk is to be incapable .
Senator James thinks Mr. Taft
from five to six times that I;|of mental or physical effort, to havea Hand Building
would have made a great hit had he OAK HILL is the beautiful t. i
amount; that twenty years ago we I confusion of ideas, loss of memoryor vetoed the Payne-Aldrich bill. But ion to the Northeast of SUb-diviS-1 Cor. Church and Orange
had four 10,000-ton battleships building to be speechless or incompetent.The I still have some choice Orlando-i..

and none in commission of that, court recognized that there are have even been if he caught had he napping probably off second.St. would. Carl Jensen. : JINIIMIIIIf! IIII'III' I! rSh|| .A; !Ie '11, ,?; .-t

size, whereas we now have some forty many phases and moods of drunkenness -
I Louis Republic. FOR RENT-Five room cottage with .
battleships and cruisers, all above and that the effect of alcohol is all modern conveniences. Garage

10,000 tons; that our increase in men largely individual, what is moderation for auto, or horse and buggy. Apply
has kept pace with the increase in I I for one being excess for another. Four How things will evolute and turn 515 East street. 5-15 tf i'iirM:
As march the decades slow!
ships. moods or degrees of inebriety were
Our fathers wore three-cornered hatsA Wanted: The people of Orlando to
There is no claim or pretense of laid down in order as follows: The know that the Parlor Market has
hundred a
inside information as a basis of the good-humored, the beligerent, the pa- But that was in years the by-gone ago. days, good supply of nice veal. Call phone I I' I 1Ti(:] Iii&S1'T1ti

Los Angeles scare; the Times is thetic and the lachrymose.In I And time has changed all that- number 80. H. M. Self & Co. '

merely indulging in speculation, a Michigan hiliarity or loquacitymay I I

game. which one- person- has the same indicate intoxication but to be I Each To get man his himself wife a is hat cornered! now GROVES TAKEN CARE OF Get Better Walls and

right as another to play. There are drunk one must be literally "soused." 1 Plowing, mowing, team work, heavy

people in as favorable a position as Editor Newett's defense will be made'! hauling, etc. Having been engagedall Ceilings With Bishopric
"W. P. T. Geiger has discoveredsand ,
'I life in for I
the Times occupies for studying Japanese more difficult by the fact that in the my caring groves, am
at Milton that will make as fine prepared to please you. Satisfactionin
character who do not questionthe article complained of the term "in Wall BoardOn
I cement brick as that secured every line of work. L. M. HALL,
good faith of the diplomatists of toxicated" was not mentioned, the any 608 Division street, Orlando, Fla.
I where, the Milton Star. "He is
Japan. Their speculation might take shorter and uglier word being used.-I says 5.141 mo. Any Building Job Easy to Applybakeponrbuildingmoneygofarther
I now manufacturing fancy and
the form of a vision of Japanese war Wheeling, (W. Va.) Register. plain Mastle and surfaced with heavy uuic-' ,
models of these brick and is certain FOR SALE board. Makes an enduring surface thai'
ships carrying flowers and doves to save time and get better results by usstays smooth. Will not warp, shrink
the United States as evidence of CURRENT COMMENTThat that they will withstand fire just as Good Horse, buggy and harness- log Bishopric Wall Board for walls and buckle or pull loose In any climate, wtn
well as clay brick. He proposes to Call on or address, J. B. Walker, Orlando ceilings. Costs 50 per cent less than ter or, summer. Is moHure-proof. rat
friendship and a desire for and proof soundproof and fire-resisting.
peace plaster to apply- looks better and lasts
develop the industry here, which will Fla. 5-27 tf : Sheets 4 ft x 4 ft come ready to ap '
they would be entitled to as much Makes One, Anyway as long as the building. ply. Anyone who can drive nails can apply
mean another producer for Santa Rosa
Price low.
weight as the disquieting prophesy of Senator LaFollette is doubtless a county.-Times.Union Short Ttlks. FOR SALE-A good boarding house, No More Cracked Walls'G I

the Times. great admirer of his own voice.-Atlanta centrally located. Call 105 West "Bishopric" walls and ceilings are unaffected Praised Everywhere)
Pine street. 313t. by the jars and moisture which
: Constitution. Dean and Mrs. G. P. Carson, of De. crack plaster., This Wall Board' makes by Users 7M ,
HAPPY a smooth hard surface that gives lasting
THOUGH MARRIED Land, have left for Europe. They will FOR SALE-Large Lot near Methodist tatlsfactwn. Is displacing lath-and- ._ Wan Board*Roofing Mfg.Oo.
Evidently Takes T. R. as ModelA Church. Whole Withor plaster everywhere for cottages bungs1)e r8ir.--larkxwd plrane find ", .
take the cathedral tour this summer. or part. lows, fine homes public buildings gar IS36 MOM*feet of Bishopric Wall Bor ship
"How to be happy though mar woman's idea of being in politics without dwelling Address or wire.E. ages, out-buildings and every kind of ODO The*if other tRle from
Dean Carson got hoe two
gathers data in these JOG we OB room
ried" is a problem which is believedto is to get before the public.Bir.mingham N. Coy, Irondequoit, N. Y. 5-10-tf structure end it looki fine. FRISK HAYEN8TBHBMotoow.Pi.
European tours every summer to be .
have originated in the brain of Age-Herald. Saves a Month's Time
an
used in his history at Stetson Uni FOR SALE-4 horse power station.
end man in a minstrel show, and although versity. ary gasoline engine, practicallynew. for Comes use. In Goes sheets on dry.4 feet Just square nail read it to Investigate This Tbdayl I

it is generaly discussed in a Wilhelm Want a Medal or Library? Will sell at a big sacrifice if bare studding and walls, and ceilings are
i .
Yon this .
ready for decorators the same day. can see ..
spirit of levity, there are a great Kaiser Wilhelm has invited Andrew taken at once. S. G. DOLIVE. Edges meet e\'enly-no panelling needed. wonderful non-
Tuesday marked the epoch in the 5-31 2t No skill needed to apply It. Saves a warplnir. fire-
many people who look upon it as Carnegie to his silver jubilee.-l\Iem. history of Bushnell. On this day the month's time in building. slstingwallboardat
I the store of any of the
worthy of more serious thought. That phis Commercial-Appeal. cornerstone of the new court house GAS RANGE FOR SALE-High up $5,000 Anti-Warp Bond dealers named below.Examine .

view is taken by Mrs. Havelock-Ellis, was laid. The town was decorated in eighteen by eighteen in. Oven and Bishopric Wall Board is the only Wall learn how It you carefully can make and tw"fG.LqrBoard S wt
a literary woman of England, whose Somebody's Got Coin to Burn.If Brailed. Five burner cooking plate. stiffened with lath. Kiln-dried buMln money go farther by fine I
gala attire for the occasion and a Call 207 America St lath are imbedded in toughened using"Bisboprfc"torwailsaneceuirgs.
5-27-1m
husband and a noted philosopher.Mrs. the Huerta Government can borrow number of visitors
large were pres
Havelock-Ellis offers the solu. $100,000,000 why should anybodyever ent. A game of base ball between For Sale FOR SALE BY

tion which she has worked out in her be without funds?Philadelphia Dade City and Leesburg was a feat Slightly used $2000.00 automobile.

own experience. Most married people Ledger. ure of the afternoon.RVRRYTllINll. Would consider real estate in trade

exhaust themselves, in her opinionby for same. Address Automobile, Care Orlando Novelty WorksThe

constant association. She argues We Didn't Think it of Bill II Sentinel. L-page-5-26-tf

that if they saw each other less they Mr. Taft has decided to become a

could write occassional love-letters citizen of Connecticut. Now i isn't WANTED-Farm of about 10% acres I

and enjoy all the thrills which lovers Ohio sorry that she went for Wilson? near Orlando. Give full description -i'

experience when they meet. She and -Boston Transcript -IN- and price. Address "Farm" Mastic Wall Board and Roofing Mfe. Co., Cincinnati Ohfe
Sentinel Office. 5-27-7t : J (9i)
her husband maintain separate establishments -I I

and make their occasional Peace Commission Better Get BusyIf EVERY BODY'S DOING IT

meetings very important events. They the Bulgarian students join the FEEDFOR Automobiling, we are open for dates I WALL BOARD

show so much interest in one another army the comparatively mild war over picnic parties, or a crowd for an

that people often mistake them for there it may be expected to take on the evening drive. Call 360 or ask for

unmarried persons. ferocity of a cane rush.WashingtonPost. C. W. Willsby, Careful driver. 5-13-tf

This formula may remedy the difficulties .
AUTOMOBILE FOR HIRE j fllMltlttMIHIIMIMtMIMMtltMIMIMtlMHIMMf
of literary hubbies and wiv- LIVE[ STOCK

ies, and even prevent the snapping of Of Course Nothing Personal Eh Doc? Those wishing to make trips for

the shoddy cord that holds the frivol Doc Wiley says a man does not business' or pleasure, should see me Specials That Should Interest You
for prices. Prompt service guaran-
ous man and woman under one name, reach his maximum efficiency until
LAUBACHThe teed. C. W. Orlando Fla.
Willsey, ,
but to those whom God hath joined he is 60. We had no idea Doc was
Phone 360. 5-29 tf
,
together the anomaly of Mrs. Have- as close to 60 as all that.-Detroit
Grain Man.
lock-Ellis will have no charms. I. Free Press. FOR RENT

I Church Street, Phone 18 Nice large rooms, furnished. Convenient $12.50 No. 8 Cook Stoves (for $10.00Good

I for business people, also light i
house keeping. Delightful location !
Tin Put Complete
with or without board. Terms very Roofing, on ,
GREATEST VALUES IN ORLANDOA Paul A. Horn
reasonable. Address, "C" care Sentinel -
office. 5-22 tf $5.00 per Square

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CONTRACTOR and BUILDER FOR SALE

Regular Rambler Automobile 20 lb. Tin Roofing Put on Complete
DownpourOF REPAIRING A SPECIALTY.P. Practically new ,
equipped with Presto lights, top,

.,: 0. Box 624 Orlando, Fla curtains, windshield, speedometer, $6.50 per Square !

clock, bumper, spare wheel with extra

tire, tube and complete set tools and

BARGAINSI1r : : FRANK HYERS accessories.Also THE
has auto trunk with two suit
: Manufacturer of Artificial cases for touring. Reason for selling -

Stone, Fancy Columna and have no further use for car. HELMS HARDWARE

: Ornamental Work Address, P. 0. Box 87, City.

By securing your personal II Livingston and Railroad Lpage526tfTell COMPANY


needs now, you can make more your wants to all Orlando ftHltlitlllMMmiiimilllllliilllllltmiHIIIIIII

clear money than by any day's through; Sentinel want columns.
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work you have ever done. Everything ..'. iMIMMMMMMMMMMAutos .'
WELCOME TO

in our store is being sold I. SFEOJL

at a sacrifice.Be I ROYAL PALM For Rent at :

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sure and visit our store. It

will eventually pay you. Remember BARBER SHOP Any Hour

Modern and Complete. fRIll! ill[ .SATURBAY25c

lookers are welcomed as politely Everything new, individual Seven Passenger,

as buyers. electric attachments at every : STEVENS DURYEA :
chair. No atone has been left .

unturned to make this shop Crepes at 18c

meet th erequirementa of the Ride in a Good Car.Thone .

most particular. Plenty of
Brown & LartigueMen's room. Courteous attendants. -

ELIJAH WHITEHEAD, 34HHIIIIMMilMIIIIIMM' :MISSES HAMILTON & DUNN
Proprietor.
and Boys' Outfitters .
Orange Ave, Orlando, Fla. "
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WAR\ A NECESSITY, ro ORLANDO O BANK & TRUST I COMPANY I t-: i FIRESTONE TIRES-


r t Are standard and

A Vexed (jeiii feed From Capital and Surplus and Undivided Profits $120,000.00. ,. resent the very,best that rep

a Hey Angle by y Pastor Russs!!, Total Resources over Three-quarters ot a Million. .: .,.J/. goes to make up a dependable
HE
length of
i : Statement of the Orlando Bank and T their service ; tire, guaran

Peace Impossible Except Upon Certain ; : ---- i Trust Co, at Close of Business is due to the teed for 3,500 miles.

Conditions War Has Brought Dire I: 16th strength of their Lit
I April 1913-The Ser- ; '-P4
Evil, It Should Be Credited Also as !i -
M 4 building Get the
w
the B:sis of the World's Progress. I nth Annlrersiry of

The Teachings of Jesus Not Applicable ; a .. Its Existence i book"WhaWhat v TIRE ADJUSTMENTS-
to the World, but Only to His1 i: tr t in Tires." ,t'
Saintly Followers-Conflicts Must ( u Will of course be necessary
'
Continue Sin I I f ate.. Ask too for /f I ythe t1
as Long as Continues 4.x ., RESOURCES Book sometimes, but we
to Reign-Cnly Messiah's Kingdom : I f

Will Cause Wars to Cease to the Ends t I Loans and Discounts.....$388,197.81i on .-v ( will make all adjust

of the Earth.IF. '!,I V .:i':i, ,. .. : 4 i Overdrafts............. 92182 Rims, t ments right here-no expense
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Real Estate, FurnIture *
Washington, D i ., and Fixture .......... rJ c; returning tire to
C., May :: .-Pas. i f' ", : < I' 15,853.44I tk d, OSt
tor Russell, addressing I I V't. -' .r f w Stocks and Bonds ........ 26,018.33 ;ti Mlles factory, or waiting to
;
tLe Washington Cash on hand and In Banks 36,267.61 hear fro mfactorv.
TempleConRreuation. Per

? c jt : Total ................t789,2 O.0I Dollar
made some statements

which seemed I LIABILITIES I t///.I//m..nnHm//H//.I//////H./q.l r n _
{ E N II TUBESI :
startling
yet .t? I
reasonable. Ills e # 1 I Capital Stock ...........1100,000.00 r% ff
arguments quite: } i Surplus and Undivided 11 At ordinary gray tube .

upset some popu i Profits ................ 24lttH prices.IW. .
lar theories.' ret Deposits ..,............. 645.115.51 r r
[[PASTOR RUssEll]) seemed so rationalas i s I
to be convinc I
lag His teit was: NIle maketb wars i Total ................1789160.08
I
to cease unto the end of the earth
Be still,. and know that 1 am
God.-Psalm 46:9: to -'- I I. r
The Pastor' declared that no one Deposits April i,191E.$592,875.65 I PHILLIPS & SONS 'H

could be more averse to' war, on general Deposits April 16, 1111... .,11U1 .
principles than himself-that he I UaltW State Gwnaeit, State and Cointy Dspsdhry Increase in 12 days ......$..72UL$8r ,
was an eitremest in his sentiment fo J
peace. Yet be could not close his eyes ...- O 0 Temporary Location)
\ to the facts of history-that practically)
every blessing has come to' the world
through war. Where would America iMMMIIIillUMHitlMMOMIIIHmiMIMttMMIIHIIIMMHh' : 6 East Church Street, ORLANDO, FLORIDA :
be today had there been no War of In :
dependence? Where would the nations ..
of Europe be today if they had not I:, fought to maintain their j '. "
nntionall1ber-1' W. M. SLEMONS MHIHIItMIIIMt *
ties? Where would a : fight :
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land every nation' In less than a year? I
There Is no conflict between this I :
common-sense view and the teachings THE MARKETOf
of our Master, said Pastor Russell i :
Our Master was not addressing na'I'. Do you want to buy Men's Shoes-King Quality at 3.50, 4.00 or $5.00.
tions, ,
but Individuals
when lie :
ed thathoever is smitten on one Crosset Shoes at -4.oo. Women's Tan Shoes at $3,50; Tan Pumps, $3'50, Gun Cleanliness Of QualityFRESH i

cheek non-resistant should turn Jesus'the instructions other, and were be'!':.: Metal or Patent Leather Shoes or Pumps at 350. We have new styles and

intended for his followers, who' were : : best quality. AND SALT MEATS
to' come out from the world, and be !
separate new' nation a holy people | : Do Y ouVant FISH AND GAME '
The Beatitudes Not For Nations. I: a Boys' Suit or Boys' Pants

When Jesus said Messed are the |I' Kept under the best sanitary conditions.
peacemaker" He was addressing;: a j| : We have a new stock to select from. The Men's Suits that we sell made by

special class of individuals-those, who : : Schloss Bros. are well known all the Everything screened away from the flies, and kept fresh
would become His disciples( by a full I over country. They are worn by Lawyers,
renouncement of all earthly interest. I', : Doctors, Bankers, Merchants, Farmers, Skilled Workmen and men who appre- I and pure.
The Kedeemer's declaration respecting ,
nations was the very reverse of this. ': ciate merit and correct style in the clothes they wear. We recommend them. We invite inspection and guarantee satisfaction. have

nation.He declared.and there"Nation shall shall lw wars.rise against" I;t,, The brand is a guarantee of quality. It is a pleasure to show these clothes, and everything in the Meat Line.

"1 fear that I shall be mlsunder-1 I: we invite every man who reads this paper to visit our store and look at them.
stood said the Pastor "but there Is '
so much confusion the : The PARLOR
upon subject MARKET
that the truth needs to he stated plainly I: Just Received Mens' Mohair Suits
And I know' of no place more appropriate .
for its statement than in the I I:
capital of the most' peace-loving nation j H. M. Self & Co.
on earthexcept China." I :
War is not a disease, but merely a W. M. SLEMONS
symptom of disease! in the body politic. : 18-20 PINE STREET
So long as the disease continues war
is bound to continue. Need I say th HtimMIMIMMMMIMHIMMMMtMIIIIIIMM
the disease is sin? Sin and war ii ate Phone No. 80MHMtMHMIIIMIMMI
inseparable. There are only two' ways
of inhibiting war: 4IMMIIMMMMIimilMtMMIIMIMIItMIMMIIMIilMMMIIMIMMMMtillllj
(1) By converting the nations from a
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sin to a condition of righteousness IF YOU WANT THE LATESTIN ---- ,

tenderness of heart generosity; LIGHT THE
((2) By establishing a government not
swayed by sin to control affairs by
superior strength. This proposition Is PATH TO PROSPERITY I

not debatable. Its basic facts are, the THE LINE OF UP TO DATE DRY GOODS, CLOTHING,
raster
claimed
as ire as mathematics.
He cited Scriptures corroborating I HATS AND SHOES, ALSO LADIES READY TO WEAR
his posItion. and showing that sin selfishness Merchants who use Electric Signs never lose
is continually on the warpath: DRESSES OF,ALL DESCRIPTIONS COME TO R SALO I
their
politically, socially or financially.' MON. SATISFACTION GUARANTEED OR MONEY way by choosing die wrong road to sue
The Pastor Included in the, cratwaitare cess You simply cannot fail to attract new
all social political and financial

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disturbance TheM art btttles in i REFUNDED. customers if you use an Electric Sign. It acts

which the shrewder .minds, u a rule, like an irresistible magnet, drawing all the
conquer. Instead of wars ceasing, weft
new conflicts from new quarter trade within its reach: That is the reason
B. Salomon Orlando
LABOR, having organized dmlopi they command the attention of buyers.
strength dally. It is professedly train .
ing for a great conflict and declares
that its warfare against oppressors of t X11/11111111 For Every Store OwnerNo
erery kind is only comaendur. :
Moreover, for years our seat alleges I
tare been Rndennlning faith in the inspiration COMBATING FLIES I ilMMtMMttlllMIIMMtlMliMIMMItlttttttttttt, matter how small his business, the Electric
.f the Bible, and their influence With the widespread realization of
is the
Sign and
has extended finally to the ma..... the fact that flies spread diseases aswell WE OFFER YOU cheapest most effective
These are now declaring their doubts as cause almost intolerable annoyance advertising.
reepecting a future life, and their determination there has developed a demand Phone for
our Sign Designer call
to grasp at the earliest for efficient means of abating THE MOST OF THE BEST to and submit
peeslble moment the opportunities of a sketch.

the of the present rich life If their and share program the luxuries be half or The controlling use of the formaldehyde nuisance. (or for- For the Least. No Trouble to Us---No Expense You.

carried oat it means! a "time of trouble malin) seems to offer one such means.R. .
such as never was since there was a I I. Smith, of the North Carolina -
nation."-Daniel 12:1.: station, found that 1 ounce ((2 table-
Never was the world more strifefu spoonfuls) of formalin ((40 per cent) TenderJuicyMeat
than at present. never Discontent more .alert is goad forelfgratification. of a mixture of equal parts of milk s I W T[ & U T CO.T .

and water in shallow dishes with a
Ing mankind
onward with increasing Yon can always depend on getting the best at
oa
speed to the greatest of all conflicts. piece of bread in the center for the
What I Is the flies to' light on, pro'es'ery attract-I market, and you will find (there is a wonderful difference COOK WITHGASMltlllMMMIMIMMMtlMMMMMMMMIIMMMM
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Remedy}
The Pastor explained that the Ii ive and destructive to the flies, especially in meats. -------..-...-...-.... /I Ay1 f .AAA/MAeiAAA1/yA
when placed on the front and -
tares show that the time of SCrlP.1
looming: up before mankind will back porches of houses. It is less

terrible that the world will have its so I' effective when used inside the house, : REDUCED{ LIVERY RATES DURING SUMMER
fill. Thenceforth under the guidance although the method was used with WA& PIQUEI .
of Median's 1 new administration, the I good results in ridding dairies of
spirit of a sound mind will gradually flies. Horse and Buggy, per day $2.50
BOONE
STREET
come to mankind as a whole. and I ORLANDO FLA.
proportionate E. E. Green, of Celon, has used the "
I
) they will turn to Mpg.efah's 1-2 day 1.50
method with success: Fill .
KinsMorn I following
in loyal obedience,
declaring PHONE
a* nays the Prophet. "Lo, thl I a soup plate with damp sand, cover : 105 Carriage and Pair, per day 4.50 i
is our nut: wewill wait for Him;I with a disk of blotting paper, spread "
He wi iI'! stve us" RIoh and poor of i I sugar on the blotting paper, and 11.1.IIII.I.IIIQlllllllltIIIIIIIDIIIIIIIII'IIIII.,1Read 1-2 day 2.50 "
every t:'+Ion will gradually be made' with mixture of 1 --- A
;, sprinkle it a part I r
wnr.> flf+ the hanged conditions, and' of formalin ((40 cent formalde- J. B. &
all lovers of righteousness: will rejoice, per the Sentinel Magruder SonMiitHiiiiiniMMMmiitimiMimMiiiiiiHiiit
hyde of water. Daily
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Poverty no Bar to GreatnessTwo
C. Massey, President
young men just out of collegewere
T. Pictoa Wirk, ViccJ>m. $. WaUn. Sows OuUw discussing their future efforts.
Howard C Babcock. AM' Cubler Samuel A.Newell.Mat Culkr The one, a bright young man whose
father counted his wealth in seven
figures said: "My old man is goingto

THESTATE put me in charge of a large mer. What is theCHRISTMAS .
cantile house which he is proposingto
start in Seattle, Washington, and
I propose to become a merchant I
BANK prince in a few years up in that stir- SAVING
I ring western countr)." The other
young man whoseidowed mother by
close economy on the farm had managed -
to put her boy through college CLUB ?
of OrlandoTHE
said: "You are certainly to be envied.I .
have no such good fortune. I shall
rent some little office and hang out

OLDEST BANK IN THE CITY my seek; shingle my ad"ice.Iay and wait be"for, George clients you to Merely a number 01! people who arrange lo systematicallysave

will take pity on me and send some certain odd pennies each week with the positive assurance -
-AND- of your friends to me when they get
in trouble." that they will receive a check two weeks before

The Bank which transacts more business than Now, these two young men were Christmas for every penny they have saved.

any Bank between Jacksonville and Tampa starting life under entirely different
circumstances and were looking at
their future from entirely different

The large patronage of this Bank has been built up view points. The first young man
took a rosy view because he had a rosy You amount from 2 cents
during twenty years by conducting its business on sound prosepct. The second young man took can save any a week up.

banking principles with careful attention to the legitimate I a gloomy view because his was a

wants of customers. The confidence of the publicis I gloomy prospect Neither had analyzed The 2 cents the first r> r)
the of $11 .
I subject success thoroughlyand
reuected in the large amount of deposits. properly however. week "club" nets you .ft ft

Average deposits First Quarter of 1913, $900,000. Poverty and an honest heart are
two essential assets to greatness and
: are the best known tests of human I
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FOUR PER CENT PAID ON SAVINGS ACCOUNTSOur : quality. A man who can triumphover I
poverty is a man of demonstrated : IT IS WORTH WHILE !
: stuff and stamina. This fact has been I II

: demonstrated ever since man was, I
correspondent banks are located in every part of : and is the exact fact today. The' I
I young man who can not stand this : Call at tbe Christmas Savings Club Window and let us explain it more ally( ,
the world and include some of the largest Banks in the
: test is not good for any thing. The : or better still loin some dub now.
United States. : young man who can not feel his will ,

: harden as the yoke of poverty presses ..
iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii mill ml upon his neck, and his, pluck rise ..
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MRS; BROADWATER HOSTESSThe I SHERIDAN'S RIDE way, may as well retire from the field
The Peoples National Bank"It
I
I of activities and make room for an-
young Matrons' Card Club was : The Favorite Theater will repro- other who has, for the world is full

entertained at its second meeting by' duce one of the greatest events in of young men who know no such wordas is a pleasure to serve you."
Mrs. Thomas Broadwater at her home American history on Thursday nightof falter or failure. Poverty makes

on North Orange avenue. this week. young men in about the same ratio
The high score for the day was Nothing in the realms of warfare that riches ruins them. Riches are a It
made by Mrs. Joseph Bumby. The has ever equaled Sheridan's famous blessing rightly used, but few there ..t1tflfluflflHh1Hh1flHflhttttll1tIfluutu8u.ituu! !
other members present were Mrs. ride, and nothing thrills the heart like are who can safely be trusted with =

Davis Fishbach, Mrs. Lee Miller, Mrs. the pictures of that wonderful twenty great wealth. If any young man who oM iMtltfttttlllilllillliMMMIttllllltllllllMIMtMtlHtMtltlliMM MIMMI
Sidney Ives, Jr., Mrs. Wm. M. Davis mile ride through the hills of VirginiaThe happens to read this message is poor

and Mrs. Philip Slemons. Miss Rita fact that the United States' gov- and is starting in life, let me ,admon-

Lawton was substitute for Mrs. Leon ernment has had a copy of this faith-' ish him to thank God and take heart N. P. YOWELL .

ard Bumby. ful reproduction of a great national and victory is his. This young man .
event made for preservation in the who starts out poor to make his markin
MRS. WESTCOTT IMPROVING I archives of. the Capitol for future the world in the practice of a great
generations, speaks well of the
pro- profession, has the prayers of a devout -
Mrs. C. G. Westcott who has been duction. mother, and a stalwart manhoodas
in the Sanitarium for the past ten I!! Leading up to this ride is a varied his capital; and who can prevail
days, was taken to her home yester I picture of Southern life and the stir- against such power.
day. She is recovering rapidlyand ring events
very I I immediately preceeding This young man will have to prac-
with her husband will leave for : the war, the announcement of the tice self denial and economy as shall .
Dayton, Ohio, next Thursday, where i I I Battle of Bull Run and the battles try his soul. Pleasure who lolls in a
)I,. Wescott will attend a sports- that follow, are very real. secret bower, idleness seated in an
tournament and his hand in1 I 1! The battle fields and
men try battles present easy chair, and vice with brilliant
the big shoot. I prand pictures of war days and war :olors will endeavor to lure him from .

j scenes. 'he parth of rectitude and faithful-
CHOIR GUILD ORGANIZED i iI I It is a picture that will bear
study :ness. But the will hardy
young man in this and
i and is I wish to thank many customers
1 I I worthy a liberal patronage. !. give pause, much less heed to the my ,
The members of the Choir of St. i
!, wiles of these deceitful imposters.He .
Luke's Cathedral met last evening for AT THE LUCERNE has closed those square jaws and adjoining counties, for their liberal patronage during

their regular rehearsal, after which 1 taken determination by the hand. He

they organized a Choir Guild, with ( Mr. Magruder, who is ever on the has accepted Duty as his guiding : our past 10 days' sale, which has been the largest
the following officers: President, Mrs. alert for the best that there is in the Angel. Where duty leads and God

H. W. Greetham; Secretary, Miss Car-I line of moving pictures, has secured points he will go. In his march for in the of the store.
history
rie Dade, Treasurer, Miss Corinne the exclusive booking of the "Great the cherished goal, he will, for a
Walton. I: Warner," feature pictures, which will time drop into a ravine and be lost I

v 1 1 i jbe given in addition to the regular 1 jo sight He will plunge into the : Inability to secure a sufficient number of competent

... HANSEN-HOLLOWAY p gram and at no extra charge. I ;streams of a cold and heartless world 't I
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Y. .*' -- Warner pictures are only shown in that will chill him to the marrow, : and experienced clerks for this great sale, accompanied
Mr. Robert tiansen and Miss Le- I the largest and best theatres in this and will require a struggle for him to .

nora Holloway were united in mar- i country and are very popular. cross; he will find rugged foot hills by a rush of customers made it impossiblefor
riage by Dr. J. E. Wray at the Meth- j Warner pictures are unexcelled. with huge jagged rocks of discouragement ,
odist parsonage last evening at 7:30 Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdaysof piled in his pathway. But like
o'clock I I I each week will be special feature the Alpine climber he will exclaim, all customers to be promptly waited upon, and

Mr. and Mrs. Hansen are among I days. 'Excelsior" and onward and upwardgo
Orlando's best young people and the until he reaches the summit of the some left without being able to get waited upon.

. Sentinel wishes for them all the good i PresbyterianRev. mount of transfiguration, where

things this life has in store for indus- Jno. W. Stagg, D. D., pastor. fleecy golden clouds float, and he will We regret it exceedingly and trust that our friends '
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trious and honest young people. I from the summit of achievement lookout
Sunday school at 9:45 a. m., W. R.
O'Neal, superintendent. where he will view the greatnessof the situation and accept this as our
will
the appreciate
MANY ENTRIES FOR MEET Service world. While he rests a mo. ,
at 11 a. m.
I ment he will be rewarded with a view :
f Junior Endeavor at 3 p. m., Miss
Harry Miles, secretary of the Birmingham -J S f Moth Briggs, Superintendent.Senior of heretofore hidden delights Hej : apology,
Athletic Club, received the will see shimmering in the sunlight .
Endeavor .
at 9:30 p. m.
following entries from the ColumbusGa. sparkling streams of reward winding .
Prayer meeting, Wednesday at 7:30p. .
., Y. M. C. A., for the Southern among heavenly meadows of recompense I ,
amateur championship meet here June m.No service at night owing to the for labors well performed. In : S
6and7: this pause amidst this enchanting
Commencement Sermon for the Public
Patterson is entered in the discus, School. scenery he listens to the beating of : 1
16-pound shot put, 16-pound hammer his own heart, and is thrilled with the : ,
throw in both the junior and senior Methodist rythm of strong manhood which thatyoung :
meets. Dalby is entered in the low I heart is beatipg. From this
and high hurdles in both the junior Sunday school at 9:45 a. m., C. E. elevated point he gets a true visioof
and senior meets, while Harvin is Howard, Superintendent. life and takes hold upon the world
entered in the 100, 200 and 440-yard Preaching by the pastor at 11 a. m., with a vigor and boldness that makthe L Lyou
dashes in both the junior and senior subject, "A Vital Question;" anthem generations of men take 'noticof
meets. by the choir, "Jerusalem," Macy. Sacrament his existance. eh N. P. YOWELL

The Boys High School of New Orleans of the Lord's Supper at the Young men let me leave you wit
will in all probability, from the close of the service. the thought, that greatness is

letters sent, enter a team. The track Epworth League at 6:30 p. m., H. not around you and you alone MtMMM .tlllllllllllllllllll.I .
team on the Boys High School is A. Hoffner, president. must dig it out. IMHIIIIHM**
claimed to be the best in the South. Baccalaureate sermon by the pas- I i iI' .
Now the Birmingham High School tor to graduating class of Orlando I Since Sunday noon two of Tampa's' more exceeded her in net tonnage. AT THE FAVORITE MONDAY.
Across the fields of yesterdayHe I' to enter this since -
High School at carriers have been The largest port
7:30
also claims to have the fastest team p. m.; anthem largest commerce
and it will be interesting to see them by the choir; solo by Mrs. W. L Pal- sometimes comes to me, berthed at the S. A. L. terminals to the first of the year is the Atlantian. "Sunbeam-Ambrosio, a touching
A little lad
just back from drama.
settle this claiming affair. mer, "Lead Kindly Light"Prayer play- take phosphate for foreign ports. Theyare -Tampa Tribune.
The lad I used to be. "The "
Quickest Way, -Nestor
,
meeting Wednesday the Atlantian and the Indiana, a
eveningat FOR SALE-Full Blooded Jersey Cow
And yet he smiles
so wistfully, glittering Western comedy.
FOR SALE OR RENTFiveroomhouse 7:30.A I both British steamships of the Ley- Fresh. Apply G. W. Rines, residence
Once he has "
crept within "The
; large lot full of fruit trees. cordial invitation to everybody to ; land Lines, and each will take a car- Lakeville, near Clarcona, Fear, -Powers, an unusual
I .
wonder if he
Apply 308, Robinson avenue all services. hoped to see go of about 5,000 tons of phosphate.The Phone No. 2022Apopka, Fla. dramatic treat.
The man I might have been. d&w 6-31-3t Open2to5and7tolOp.m. ,
vessels are both large, the Atlan- "
The wife of Atwood, the aviator, FOR SALE OR Adission five cents to all
RENTFiveroomhouse FOR SALE OR RENTFiveroomhouse
has secured a divorce from him. ; large lot full of fruit trees. Shanibarger's for bicycle and tian being the second largest vesel to ; large lot full of fruit trees. s
That's what comes from flying high. Apply 308, Robinson avenue Sundries If enter this port. Only the Rowan- Apply 308, Robinson avenue Subscribe for the SentinelLouis

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