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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 2, 1913
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1913.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 1, no. 269 (Dec. 20, 1913).
General Note: J.F. Schumann, editor.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 4 (Feb. 14, 1913).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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DAILY SENTINEL



. .: THE PEOPLE'S PAPER :r

Direct Service, Postal Telegraph until a. m. PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING EXCEPT MONDAY Orlando-Progressive Center of the State
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VOLUME ONE ORLANDO FLORIDA, TUESDAY, JUNE 2ND, 1913. NUMBER 97.

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t\viFiiftft\ [ El ORLANDO SCHOOL BOARD OF TRADE[ TARiff PROB[ ON I c CITIZNS[ PROTEST BALKAN ALLIES[


DROWN IN lUCmN[ CLASS Of 1913 TAKES[ UP MM WilSON% IN EARNEST[ TO CITY COUNCIL PLAN TO SETTLE


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MASTERS FRANK POUNDS, ill, MADE SPLENDID SHOWING AND URGES THE CITY COUNCIL TO MOST OF THEM UNABLE TO REMEMBER I RESIDENTS OF ORLANDO IP IX J'HEJIlEHSGHEE UPON; MEETING

AND FRED WIUIOT, JK, WHILE WERE GREETED BY LARGE j CLEAN OUT LAKE CHEROKEE NAMES OF ALL OF ARMS OVER CHEROKEE SITUATION TO EXCHANGE VIEWS ON

IX BATHING GET BEYOND AUDIENCE AT CLASS DAY I IMMEDIATELY WITHOUT RECARD THOSE WHO HAVE APPROACHED I ENTER VIGOROUS SITUATION; AND ALL DIFFERENCES -

THEIR DEPTH AND DROWN EXERCISESThe TO OWNERSHIP THEM |i PROTEST ADJUSTED

The people of Orlando were horrified Seniors did themselves proudly 1 The Board of Trade met last night Washington, June 2.-Search for a Orlando, Fla., June 2, 1913. Saloniki, June :.-A report from a
last evening at about four o'clock last night. Their efforts not only i and about the the most important bus- tariff lobby such as President Wilson I To the :Mayor and City Council: creditable quarter says that a commercial -
by the news that two boys, Frank showed the splendid training they 'I' iness transacted was clearing Lake had declared was operating in Wash- i Orlando, as a place of summer residence and political understandinghas
Pounds, Jr., and Fred Wilmott, Jr., have had, but was a manifestation j Cherokee of the hyacinths and weeds. ington began today with the Senate !i has been noted for years pastor | been reached between the Greeks
lads of about five and six years of of the capabilities of those young!; Mr. S. Y. Way addressed the Board judiciary sub-committee holding open :| f its equable climate, freedom from and the Servians against the claimsof
age, had drowned in Lake Lucerne in people. A large audience assembled II j I stating that he did not know whether hearings. I mosquitoes, and general good health. Bulgaria.The .
bathing.The in the High School Auditorium to I what he had to suggest was within erful, was at work, led many to I| Heretofore, those who have not felt Bulgarian commander at Eleu-
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facts learned from eye witnesses greet the pupils and faculty in their ,j! the province of the Board. We know Every Senator was prepared to an-I financially able to spend a few weeksor I I I thera today informed the Greek Ct JQI -
to both the drowning and the rescu- Class Day Exercises. I I the meaning of the condition of Lake swer a series of eleven questions months during the sultry months in I!I mander that the Bulgarian troops
ing of the bodies are as follows: There were anxious parents loving'r Cherokee. We know relief has been constituted a "grilling" to determine the mountains or at the seashore, in would not advance any further Jnd
Mrs. J. W. Wilmott, grandmotherof friends and interested spectators, but asked of the City Council but it has whether he has any personal interestin I order to relieve the monotony, have that the recent movements of the Buli -
the Wilmott lad, took the boys to none felt more keener interest than j j not been given. the tariff or other legislation, and 1 been content to remain at home feeling !i garian soldiers had not been intended
Lake Lucerne for a swim, in responseto Professor Coleman, who perhaps felt j In my section of the city, we can to find out what persons have approached secure in the healthfulness of Orlando I in a hostile spirit.
their requests. The little fellows more solicitude and a keener interest I no longer sit on our veranda in the him in the effort to influencehis and knowing that at least mod t
went in at the end of Main street and than any person in that auditorium. 1: evening for the clouds of mosquitoes. action on schedules of the tariff erate comfort was in store for them. I Balkan Premiers to Meet
Mrs. Wilmott sat on the shore and' No man, but he who served in that capacity I The health of the people is in seri- bill. !j In fact, we, who have been residents i Sofia, Bulgaria, June 2.-An apree-
watched them. After they had been can realize the great IOUS' danger. We have been informed I It has been estimated that hundreds i here for a long period of years, havetaken j!' ment in principle for a meeting of the
in the water as long as she thought sibility that the school principal trueto by physicians and scientists that great of men interested in manufacturing :; much pride in claiming, anrightly d premiers of Bulgaria, Servia, Greece
prudent, she tried to induce them to his work feels. But the young people danger threatens our citizens. I have or other business affected by the tariff so, that our'summer climatewas !I and Montenegro was reached last
come out, but they begged to be per did not disappoint him last night. here an open letter, addressed to the have been in Washington during the more pleasant than most north j night by the Bulgarian and Servian
mitted to remain in a little longer, The High School Orchestra surprised -I'i City Council. It is signed by a largenumber last few weeks, and many Senators ern resorts. As stated above, heretofore I{ ministers who met at Tzaribrod, on
and they climbed onto a boat and music lovers by the manner i in; of citizens ,in our section of claim that it would be impossible to our city has been noted for II the Bulgarian frontier, to exchange
jumped too deep for them and they which, they acquitted themselves. i the city. If this communication meets remember all the persons who have comfort and health. Of course, we views on the Balkan situation.
helplessly sank to the bottom. Mrs. Miss Edna Hyer, class president, i in I your approval, I would like to present called upon them to make appeal for cannot exert any influence on the temperature I During their conference the Balkan
Wilmott screamed and ran for help. her address, was graceful, selfpossessed I it. changes. but, we who live here, have I premiers will attempt to settle all the
An auto came by and picked her up and pleasing in delivery of Judge Cheney, Mr. Giles, Col.! Brad- President Wilson's declaration thatan everything to do as to the health of !: matters in dispute between the al-
and carried her around to the Southeast beautiful thought. : shaw and others were very emphaticJin "insidious lobby," large and powerful | the community is entirely within 'i lies.
shore where a number of boys Edwin McQuaters, in giving the i their remarks of condemnation of was at work, led by many to j our.power to either. enjoy the best of I -
were in swimming and she asked themto Class History, put each in the nicheto Lake Cherokee and the wait of ac believe that the committee might suggest I nealtn or to invite sickness and an i! Dr. Dane Leases London '
come and dive for the boys. The which a humorist mind would naturally I' tion. All agreed that the city is seriously i. to President Wilson that he could epidemic. Heretofore, our city administrations London, June .-Dr. S. Daneff, the
boys responded quickly and ran to the consign them. 1 threatened unless instant attenrltion make a personal statement to committee have shown discretion'! principal Bulgarian peace delegate,
scene of the drowning. John F. Hoffman Alfred Link, in his Presentation, is given in clearing the Lake. members, either at the cap- and jealous care for the sanitary con- left London for Sofia today in response
a boy of about twelve years, soon showed the possession of the powers; !j Mr. Overstreet said it was perfectlyproper ] ital, or at the White House, giving ditions of the city's confines and in to an urgent despatch from his
dived and in rising stepped on one of oratory possessed by few young;, that the Board of Trade should any information he has. The Senate I the spring of the year every precaution government.
of the boys which threw him forward, men of his age and his selection of I take the matter up and ask the Coun- resolution requests the President to I has been taken to avert any I -
but he soon dived again and got hold presents was a happy draught from cil to clean the Lake. give such information as he may have I chance of contagious or infectious dis Arrange Boundary Lines
of the bathing suit of one of the lads the funny side of life. j Mr. Way was asked to read the let- to the committee. J eases-vacant lots were cleared and Rome, June 2.-Another importantstep
but was unable to lift him. Then a The Prophecies of Miss Faye ter. Upon reading some of the com- Senators Ashurst, Bacon, Bankheadand i cleaned at the owner's expense either toward peace in the Balkan
man came in and lifted the boy thus Vaughn were amusing and interest- ;, munication, was, by motion, heartily Borah were the first asked to appear -i i by the city or owner, the back yards States was announced today. Italy
located out, which proved to be Frank; ing, giving to each member of the !! endorsed, and on motion of Judge Jno. before the committee. I were regularly inspected and kept in- having conceded to Greece the coast
Pounds. Walter Wright located the class, a glimpse into their future. j, M. Cheney, the City Council was urgedto I proper condition, no tin cans or otherI!I line of the former Turkish Province'
other boy and got him part way out Gerald Hurlburt's Address to Un- > clean out Lake Cherokee immedi ARMY SERGEANT CHARGED I receptacles for holding water asi! of Epirus, between the river Kalamasl
of the water when the father jumpedin der-eraduates" was a masterly- effort.': ately without regard to ownership.This WITH MURDER breeding places for mosquitoes were I and the Bay of Phtelia, France, which
and carried him out. Both boys full of live wit and humor and the, motion received unanimous Special to the Sentinel. allowed to remain, screens were even has supported Athens in the past, has
were carried to the shore. 'Doctors speaker handled his subject with ease support. I II! Vancouver, B. C., June 2.GeorgeE. ordered placed over the ventilation agreed to the southern frontier of Albania .,
Christ, Pillans, McEwan, Howell and and eloquence. Schall, army sergeant, today placed pipes of the plumbing in buildings, running from the south of Cape
McElroy were soon on the scene and Miss Minna Harris, for the Juniors,' WINTER PARK n() VALIDAT-- under arrest on charge of killing his and, in fact, every source of possible Stylos to Goritza, the town of Go-
worked for more than an hour to re- responded in a felicitous and thoughtful ED wife and three children at Presido I I danger was properly looked after and ritza, to be included in Albania. i
cuscitate the boys, but to no avail. manner indicating that the Jun- : military reservation, San Francisco,j removed-all of which was as it I 1 This solution of the frontier quesI .
The Pounds boy did at one time gasp iors were ready to meet and conquer I i ithe i Tallahassee, May 31.-The senate on the night of April 26th, last, and i! should have been, for the citizens of I I I tion is regarded here as settling in
and show signs of breathing, but soon terrors pointed out by the Sen i has passed the following bill: burning the home to conceal the crime I j i this place always respond promptly I: a satisfactory manner the last difficult
lapsed and both are dead. iors. I Senate Bill No. 59.-An act to Schall, who was on duty at Presido i when a movement for the public good i I point in the re-constitution of the autonomous -.
Hundreds of people assembled on "The High School Echo," editor and ,! legalize the election held in the town when the fire broke out, hastened this o requires co-operation. !:!I State of Albania.
the shore of the Lake not alone out read by Miss Edna Hyer was a credit I of Winter Park, Orange county, Flor- home and assisted in removing Our object in addressing this open i i t
of curiosity, but with a hope that they to the School. In thought, in makeup ;,; ida, on the 25th day of February, A. his paralytic wife and three children. communication to you is to impress I I RECOMMENDED HIS
DISMISSAL
might be of some help to the grief- and in style, "The High School Echo"is : D. 1913, to determine by vote of the Schall declared his eight-year-old son upon you in the strongest manner
ftricien parents. a worthy effort and the Seniors I qualified electors of said town whether had probably set house on fire while sible the urgent necessity for POS-I I Special to the Sentinel i
The little bodies were carried to may point to that edition of the High I or not bonds in the sum of ten thousand trying i to pour coal oil into heating immediate attention in Pittsburg, June 2.-The Citizens' I
their respective homes, where gloom i I School paper with pride. i i dollars should be issued by the stove; but evidence found at San condition which is daily imperiling the I I Committee appointed by the School
hangs heavy and sadness dwells in These young people have steppedinto :( said town for the purpose of instil Francisco last month showed that general health and lives of this com Board to inquire into the charges of *
every corner. the public forum under gratify I ing electric light equipment in said Mrs. Schall and her children were munity. We know that you have been I immorality preferred against School !'
The sympathy of the entire community ing circumstances and if they adhereto town, and to legalize bonds issued and killed before the cottage was burnedand importuned by many citizens in a Superintendent S. L. Heeter, reported
is with them. the proclamation they have madeto I to be issued purpuant to said election, bodies incarcerated, when housetook personal manner and we know that you r this afternoon that they had found f
Mr. Frank Pounds, father of one of the world in this school year, glory and all proceedings had in connection fire. Skulls had been broken, have declined to relieve the situationand Heeter guilty of making improper ad: .
the boys, who went to Tampa yester ''and happiness will follow them all I therewith, and to authorize the presumably by an axe and other evidence we know why you have refused, vances to three young women. The'\
day, was communicated with last their days.CANAD.A'S. I installation in said town of said elec of violence was found. Schallhad but we also know that this is no timeto I Committee recommended his dismissal .
night and will arrive this morning.The I I tric light equipment.This been in the army twentysevenyears be quibbling over details. WE i
remains are lying in the par- TRADE WITH THEMe : sets to rest one of those mat and was about to be retired. I WANT LAKE CHEROKEE PROPERLY I ,
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lors of the Tremont Hotel and th I UNITED STATES I ter that will arise in small towns and i I I I CLEANED WITHOUT THE SENATE ?
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funeral will be held this afternoon at, i-I which will generate more ill feeling SINGER GETS FIVE THOUSAND LOSS OF AN UNNECESSARY DAY. \
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4 o'clock. Washington, June '.-According to and create more strife than the peo- DOLLARS I This is an impending peril which you I Special to the Sentinel |
a report made public today by the ple can recover from in two years. Special to the Sentinel I cannot ruthlessly cast aside, for con- Washington, D. C., June 2.-The s
CONVENTION NATIONAL TRADE I Department of Commerce, the United) It is fortunate for the good people of I Lexington, Ky., June 2.-Mrs. :: ditions have already become so intolerable I!, Senate in executive session late this \
WOMAN'S LEAGUESt. States ranks second as a customer for j Winter Park that the matter was Blanche Berndt McHaffey, a Cincin- that any day may be the !i afternoon, confirmed the nominations
Canadian products and first as a sup- i i' settled thus quietly and their improveents : nati singer, will receive about $5,000 beginning of such an epidemic of ma-, of Cate Sells, of Texas, to be Commissioner j
Louis, Mo., June 2.-With many j plier of Canadian needs. ]I Ii will go on and every body be from the estate of the late Horace laria in this city that it would take I of Indian Affairs and J. B.t j
prominent women representing the i Canada buys more from the United I good natured in a short time. Wilson, former secretary of Kentucky years to overcome its evil effects. If I I Densmore, of Montana, to be Solicitor I
women's trade union movement in all I States than all other nations com- trotting horse breeders association you gentlemen do not know that our Department of Justice to the
parts of the country, in attendancethe bined. In spite of tariff perferences,i. BASEBALL RESULTS IN THE BIG '1 II and Charles Wilson, his brother, receives section of the city is virtually infested ment of Labor. Depart-, ,J-
Fourth bi-ennial convention of et;j Great Britain's share of the market 1 I LEAGUESSpecial :I II an equal amount, according to with mosquitoes to such an extent that )
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National-- -Woman's- Trade Union League | has steadily declined before the advance I i II|! settlement agreed on by attorneys in we/cannot sit on our ,, randaS'.after' 4 *,* .\\f ,-it/, *_+fr. .t..
opened here today. There are !i of American goods. Geogra-::1' to the Sentinel |Ithe I Wilson legacy case today in circuit sundown, and that Lake Cherokee is( pending peril, that if an epidemicdoes
delegates from twenty-two trades and j phy has been too much for tariffs.! NationalPhiladelphia | court. the breeding place, then it is time that i invade this community and the I
delegates from the International Wo- i' The bulk of Canadian imports is furnished ; 6; Brooklyn, 2. i Charles Wilson, Brooklyn sued you should know. Do not say that lives of any of our citizens be offered y
man Suffrage Alliance, National Wo- ;; by the United States and Pittsburg, 7; Boston, 4. 1 1American Horace Wilsons will, in which entire the city does not own the lakethatis as sacrifices of your incompetency t
man Suffrage Association and the ;; would also take the bulk of the exports -! I i! estate of about thirteen thousand a flimsy and silly subterfuge-we [: that the RESPONSIBILITY WILL I
General Federation of Women's Clubs. '' except that <;anada has I New York, 3; Boston, 4, first game. dollars was left to Mrs. McHaffery. do not care who holds title to Lake j i I BE ON YOUR SHOULDERS. You .
Among the trades represented are little to sell that is not, New York, 6; Boston, 8, second game. 1 Suit charges that she used undue influence Cherokee or the other lakes in the i I have declined to afford relief by removing J
the United Garment Workers, Ladies I I also produced in our own country, ;, Washington; Philadelphia, 9, first to get the legacy. She answered I city. It is your duty to AT ONCE put [ this menace, although you
Garment Workers, Ladies Waist and i and we require Canada's exports only: game. Washington, 3; Philadelphia, 4,i' that while soloist at Lexington them in a sanitary condition and as have been urged to do so, and we here-
I' to relieve Track, Horace Wilson was pleased I sess the :; by again earnestly petition for
Dressmakers; Boot and Shoe Workers a shortage in lines we already second game. expense to abutting property you
Glove Workers, Bookkeepers, produce. Southern with her voice and left her his money I[ owners or pay for it out of the gen- .I immediate relief. ,f
Stenographers, waitresses, bindery Today the United States takes almost Mobile, 9; Memphis, 1. I j eral_ fund of the city. Our health and Charles G. Wescott, Dr. C. C. Reich-
women, suspender workers, commer- the entire exports of Canadian New Orleans, 7; Montgomery, 3. REJECTED ALL BIDS I l lives are of more importance than a ard. Jas. A. Knox_ T. P.- Warln- P I
cial telegraphers, laundry-workers, minerals of all kinds, the bulk of its'' Birmingham-Chattanooga called in Special to the Sentinel squabble between a few property W. Butt, Geo. E. Nolan, F. T. Scruggs, t
cloth hat and cap makers, hat trim- forestry exports, over half of its third, rain. i!i Nashville, Tenn., June 2.-The owners and yourselves. If you can M. B. Ives, S. Y. Way, James C. Patterson
mers, straw and Panama hat workers, exports of manufactures, and a third i No other games scheduled. :: State Funding Board today rejected compel owners to clean up vacant H. L. Beaman, Jas. L. Giles,
and trimmers, grocery clerks, tele- of its fishery exports. The United': South Atlantic j I II j all bids on the $11,458,000 4 per cent lots, why cannot you do likewise in (. Florence Beardall, Susie G. Newell, t I
phone operators, many of whom were Kingdom is the principal market for i Charleston, ; Columbus, 2, called 'State bonds to refund the State debt. this instance? If you cannot make I|I Annie L. Mallory, Jessie M. Thayer,
recently on strike in Boston, musicians its agricultural and animal products.The I, in 8th. Out of sixteen bids received and opened abutting property owners bear the 1 I Edna G. Fuller, J. N. Bradshaw, M.
teachers and writers. larger takings of Canadian wheat i i i Macon, 3; Jacksonville, 2. .i today, only one was for the whole burden in this instance, why do you M. Brittain, H. H. Dickson, E. G. Duck-
Mrs. Raymond Robins, president of constitute the principal factor that ; Albany, 6; Savannah, 6, called in amount of the bonds. This bid makeI not put the lakes in proper conditionand worth, C. B. Robinson, T. J. Watkins,
the National Women's Trade Union makes England loom larger in the ex 12th. I by three New York houses and was a at once commence condemnation IR.! L. Hyer, Mattie L. Smith, D. G.
League, presided and made the open port trade, and the prospects are that I Carolina joint affair for $9,858,000. This was proceedings for city ownership of j Dykes, J. F. Schumann, Josiah Ferris ,
ing address, dealing at length with in the future the United States will 1 I Raleigh, 2; Greensboro, 0. equivalent to a rate on 4T4! per cent them? The city should own and keep i J. N. McElroy, Nat Berman, J.
the questions of the minimum wage take a much larger proportion of this i t Winston-Salem, 6; Durham, 3. I basis, but in view of the fact that only them as they should be kept and we i C. Howell, Benj. Drew, Chas. P. Dow, ,
for women, industrial education, the article. i Ashville, 4; Charlotte, 2. ;, one bid was made for the entire I would then have no need of city parks. A. G. Branham, W. H. Robertson, "L
working woman's need of the ballot I t\ series, it was decided to reject all bids I BUT, gentlemen, we wish to remind I Percival Hutton, 31. 0. Overstreet, S.
and the need of a school where wo Insurance, real estate, loans and, Mr. W. F. Pearson left yesterdayfor and advertise for new ones close to you, and every physician in this city A. Johnson, C. E. Howard, W. L t
men can be trained as organlten. rentals. Curtis & OTfcd. __ Jacksonville. June 16. will furnish a certificate of the im- Nuckolls, J. M. Cheney.THE I .

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through li"'B' ;g i' BargainsYT i t

JStfid at do last, I have nothing at all to Gifts to Please J

t am going to travel the road that i .
goes j / Special Bargains during the remainder of this month.
:8\ the home of my boyish joys and (. I' 1 Shoes for men, ladies, misses and children, in all st}*.esI
woes, May be safely purchasedfrom: I /litJ. 1 and colors, high and low, cut to suit the taste of ever -
IP1I pause and lean on the old front I 't.-i'J .. body. .All shoes will sell at 25 per cent otTo
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gate5bere where ( r Ladies Shirtwaists from 48c up.
I loiteied until the hour grew us everythingis z Ladies' Dresses, in all styles and colors, Freri'h
late, I i %) Gingham, from 9Sc up.
:ADd I'll strive to picture the misty f guaranteed. Children's Dresses, in all styles, sizes and colors,
past from 25c up.Ladies' _
,"here once I dreamed of a future Skirts, in Linen, Pique and Serges, in all
vast. I 5 styles, sizes and colors, from 9Sc up.
I Dry Goods at a special reduction.
Ont of these days I will idly swing:' .:. ,,.". Ladies'! : and Children's Rain Coats from 31.98 up. .
'};eath the spreading leaves where!I Allen & Co. Ladies' and Children's Keady-to-Wear and Trimn'fd,
the robbins sing, | Hats from 25c up.
i\nd I'll watch the grapes, as the i Men's Clothing, such as Blue Serge, Mohair and
hours go by, ( Cashmere Suits, all from $8.00 and up.
Drinking from earth and air and sky,': Men's Alpaca Coats from $2.00 up.
Imagination again will change j jJHie JEWELERS Men's Pants, all kinds, latest styles, from 9Sc up. ,
place to a region fair and; Boys' Suits in Cashmere, washable Suits in all styles ., --'
strange, i! i and colors, from 50c up. ''';'.
1.1>ill thrill at the monstrous shapes i iI> Boys' Pants from 25c up. Z'
which pass I IJTtirough I I I Orlando, FloridaOur Men's and Boys' Bathing Suits, all sizes, from 48c up. '
the jungle depths of the Men's and Boys' Felt and Straw Hats from 25c up.
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weeds and grass. I Notwithstanding our exceptional low prices, in addition '
we give away premiums in chinaware to.everybodywho )
Ill see the elves in the leafy nooks, I trades with us.
JTbe friends that I met in the wonder i: We want your trade and we assure you that we will i'
books, i I give you the best merchandise for your money. We guar-
Arid then, as I weary, I'll pause to I Repair Department at antee satisfaction or your money refunded. Come and]
hear convince yourself, your trade will be appreciated.
yi tong that is tender and sweet and your service always. If you would be posted be a daily visitor to this store. Agent for the Snow Shoe.
clear,
Sounding throughout it and above I I ; H. Kanner's New Bargain Store Orlando
la the exultation of mother love.

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DAY AT ROL partments for faithful and able work 1 FISH BILL I The brick paving is still I "

LINS COLLEGEThe done: ing in busy Sanford. Work progress-I!
B. A. Degree-George Conrad:' The special law passed by the',on paving Ninth street. This street For the Next Fifteen Days
Bucher, of Atlanta, Ga.; Mabel Eliza house forbidding the shipping of fish:will be twenty-one feet wide from I
twenty-eighth year of serviceof Daniels of Orlando, Fla., Emma Jane:caught in Orange county and forbidding -, Park avenue to French and from I I I
Rollins College was officially Little of Mount Dora; Chester Franklin catching them except with hook I French to the new depot will be twen I .
brought to a close Thursday morning McCardell of St. Petersburg; Har- and line, has not yet passed the sen-I ty-six feet to take care of the increased -I I We will sell Lime at 90c \
J by the graduating exercises of the ry Arthur Xicekrson of Boothbay I ate and it behooves every traffic that will come from 1
echool. A large number of college Harbor, Me., (in absentia); Dean I I Orange county who is interested in I! French or go out that way from the I
and townspeople gathered in the audi- Sherman Pike,of Canaan,New Hampshire ; protecting of the fish and saving the,depot. per barrel delivered,
torium to join in the official farewellto ; and Dyke Delno Wetherill of!good fishing of the county to address J I Ia
those who have secured in the Cleveland, Ohio. letter to Senator A. E. Donegan to I! I five barrel lots.
school that higher education which The diploma of the Academy was push the passage in the Senate. I I II I For the past week trout and sheep-

will assuredly add so vastly to the awarded to Celia Josephine Baldwinof I head have been very numerous in the I, .
success and pleasure in the best sense Archer, Fla.; Louise Bucher of Read the Sentinel ads for profit. 'waters of the Halifax, at Seabreeze.
of the lives which they go out to Atlanta, Ga.; Daniel Henry Fordhamof Florida Metal Co,
enter. Greenport, N. Y.; May Elenor -

The speakers of the occasion, mem- Moremon, Wilson Augustine Moremonof ; : McNEIL-DAVIS BUILDING
bers of the faculty, and members of :Maitland, Fla.
marched into The diploma of the School of Music NEW COLORS AND PATTERNS IN I
the graduating classes : _______ Phone 41. I
to the of the was awarded to Agnes Marguerite
the auditorium measure I !
Hill of Maitland, Fla., and Johnnis i-
reservedfor -
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fine organ, taking places :
them on the rostrum or in the Marion Smith of Orlando in the piano i
front seats. The gathering was then department, and to Adelaide Van Crepe Goods ana Kimonos '
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I Ohio, in vocal
Voorhees of Webster,
led in prayer by the Rev. Henry A.
Atkinson, of Chicago, a friend of [music.
President Blackman and of the institution -, The diploma of the School of Ex- tII! Cool

work ,of and the a nation.leader in The the Glee religious Club pression Boone of was Orlando awarded and to Arthur Grace Frank Edith GOWNS, ETC. I Keep j

Landstreet of Miami. .
then made their last appearance for,
the year singing the Rollins Alma i'' The certificate of the Business 2000 yards Val. Lace Insertion at 1 and 2
of which School was awarded to Alberto Jose '* .
Mater, the words were composed -:I
by Mrs. Hiram Powers, and the Alfonso of Matanzas, Cuba, Edwin cents per yard at
music by Prof. Pope, and which there- Earl Chambless of Guines, Cuba, Al- Fireless CookersAND
fred Colquitt Dunson of LaGrange, :
fore is felt to be peculiarly represent-.i
ative of the'college.The Ga., Joseph Eusabio Guiteras of Ma- McCULLOCH'SDEPARTMENT I
tanzas, CubaWilliam Matthew Hyers
Commencement Address was
of Orlando, Donald Clute Linhart of
delivered by Prof. Ambrose L. Suhrie,I
]i', West Palm Beach, Albert Marshall STORE I L
Ph.D., of Milledgeville, Ga. who is
LaBroo of Dania, Thomas Gilbert ELECTRIC FANSTO
well known throughout the state t
Lee of Orlando, Zailo Marinello of
through his five years efficient work 124 South Avenue
with Stetson University. The addresswas !Santa Clara, Cuba, John Burnett Mc- Orange
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scholarly and interesting in a'Clintock, of Owatonna, Minn., Harry OPPOSITE POST OFFICEiHMMMMtMIMMHMMMtMMMMMMMMtMim KEEP COOL WITH
high degree, and brought forth expressions Arthur Nickerson of Boothbay Harbor .

who speak heard on a of it.number warm Prof.approval of Suhrie features from chose of the all to':'of Westbury Orlando, Maine, R.,,and Henry I. Sara Anthony lola Wilson Porter of i I '!- [ELECTRIC l[ I IKONS AND TOASTERS[

{ Finally President Blackman, on authority -
the modern entire social address status was, or a masterly civilization ex-; of the State of Florida and by FOR COMFORT

position social system of the and facts ideals of ,our permeatedwith present,conferred instruction upon of the Rev.Board Henry of A.Trustees Atkinson -, BricK KI! Brick tl! Brick tl'i!

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charge optimism to those, and who carrying were going a direct out I I: degree Divinity. T The PIERCE[ f [ELECTRIC L[ T I COII

into die the until world they of work had to accomplished be"ashamedto I The are progressive feeling very citizens joyful of over Hastings the- CEMENT BRICK :I 'lllnc.

of value to It I Legislature having granted the new I
something society. i
was felt by all that no stronger Com- town charter. These Brick are better than Clay Brick HAND BUILDING

mencement message had ever been de-I and
they are cheaper lilimitlMltiMMMMMIIMMMimilllltlllHnew
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A Boon to All Those Who Go Down to
The members of the graduating the Sea In Ships -. -
classes were then called to the ros- FRANK HYRES : ed it wil be one of the finest churchesin
church is
The McElroy Pharmacy have a rem- Northern Methodist
trum, and presented with their diplomas that .
city.A
edy that is guaranteed to cure Sea : to be erected in St. Petersburg at a
and certificates by President Maker of Artificial Stone
Sickness. If you contemplate a sea : cost of something like $20,000 or $25-
Blackman, with word
an appropriate trip, be sure and take with you a bot- 000. The church will be of buffcolored large wildcat was recently caughtin
for each. The following students received tle of McElroy's Sea-Sick remedy. If Telephone 159 livingslon Ave. on R.R.UMitniniiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiHiHiiHiiniiii. : brick, and the windows wil be of, a steel trap at Cocoa. A rug wilt be
their rewards in the various de-
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The Daily AUSTIN DAM CASE I EDWARD P.\rsox WESTON'S FLOATING COURT GOES TO I. .a..t..I..I.#

South Florida SentinelMORNING I FINAL EFFORT ALASKA :, ///'u"'U'N.... ..._....." /
Wellsboro, Penn., June 2.-After :
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AND WEEKLY I numerous delays George C. Bayless,!' New York, June 2.-Cheered by a Washington, June 2.The revenue I' ,, --'f.;-' 'P". r'... <'1\:
-- --- of and Pa- crowd of enthusiastic admirers service advised
President the Bayless Pulp large cutter was today that I
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"Entered the office at Orlando ;
Florida as at Second poet Clean Mail Matter. per Company and Frederick M. Ham- Edward Payson Weston, the veteran the cutter Thetis, the only floating; : /1 I TIRESIre
lin, Superintendent of the Company, pedestrian today started on his plan- court in the United States, sailed today f,

SUBSCRIPTION RATES : were placed on trial here today for ned 1,500 mile walk to Minneapolisfrom from Seattle, Washington, lot ,f 'J.,.; a resent the very best that
alleged criminal responsibility for the the City College of New York. Alaskan waters. A special court will L... -, -
THE DAILY SENTINEL breaking of the dam at Austin Pa., on Dr. John II. Finley, president of the sit aboard the revenue cutter to clear l-\ :goys to make up a dependable
One .. .. .... ..... ... .$5.00 ,
year September 30, 1911, which resultedin College, acted as official starter. all cases which have accumulatedsince ngthf \
up \
Six Months .. . ... ... .... 2.50 I ; ,, tire, guaranteed
the loss of eighty lives and of the Wseton, who is 73 years old, expectsto the close of navigation last fall. their serviceis .
Three :Months .. ....... ... 1.25 ,I V for 3,500 miles.
destruction of millions of dollars reach the grounds of the Minneapolis due to the I 1..=;

By news carrier In Orlando 60 eenta per worth of propetrty.The j i Atheletic Club on August 2. He NAVY 'PLUCKING BOARD MEETS t strength of their :4)I Gr _
month. Daily and Sunday. Bayless Paper and Pulp Company -had a double motive in planning the i,' ) building. Get theoJ" ie
The Orlando Morning Sentinel can be found were the owners of the great trip, one being to demonstrate that Washington, June ?.-Consternation -
n sat in Orlando at Cunta &; O'Neal'i BookStore dam and it is charged that the terrible -I'' although 75 years old, he is still in fi reigns today among senior oft ) bookVhat'sJ" v TIRE[ ADJUSTMENTSWill :-

.---- -- ---_ disaster attendant upon its condition, and the other an invitation ficers of the navy and pleased anticipation :' 1 What in Tires. ii u, GJ
): }} of course be nec
We will appreciate prompt complaint if breaking its bounds in 1911 was due! from the Minneapolis Athletic Club among juniors, for the "pluck- ( Ask too, for .v t/
made by carriers.Adevrtisinj I ,,
is not properly our
livery directly to the criminal negligence of to participate in the laying of a corner ing board" goes into session to cast e Book cssary sometimes, but we
rates will be furnished on application. the company. I store for the club's new building on about fro the victims for compulsory! l'l't .v w stir' will make all adjust
b 2. retirement. Five
The prosecution is represented y August captains are slated
THE WEEKLY SENTINEL I District Attorney Harry Nelson, who,!I As Weston never walks on Sunday, to walk the official plank. The list ;. ments right here-no expense
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by mail postage paid 1.00
For
Iddraa year THE SENTINEL. Orlando Florida. in a statement made here today, said,: !he will make about 158 miles a week, will not be announced until the next 'f returning tire to
Office 10? Court Street Arcade Building that the defendants were repeatedly;; or about 26% miles a day, if he reach- meeting of the board, June 30. Most factory, or waiting to
Phone 24 warned of the insecure condition of 'Minneapolis on August 2. He will I
----- -.- -.- the dam and that an expenditure of follow the Erie Railroad from New ROOSEVELT SATISFIEDCol. c tMlles hear from factory.
J. F. SCHUMAN, Editor $25,000 would have made it secure'I York to Chicago and at the latter city ftJiV Per
JOSIAH FERRIS, Proprietor against the heavy rains which caused I turn to the tracks of the Chicago and Theadore Roosevelt is said to Dollar
its break.It I Northwestern. The schedule calls for
be thoroughly satisfied with himself '/////N'mumm //(/
TUESDAY, JUNE 3RD, 1913. will be remembered that the little Weston's arrival in Chicago on Wednesday since the jury in Michigan decided ';-' "N"Q'R 2 D TUBES

town of Austin, consisting of a I July 9 and in St. Paul, Minn, that he was not a drunkard. The 1,'
Small showers will be gratefully population of 1,000 was practically on Friday August 1. truth is that no man ever believed f At ordinary gray tube
received; large ones with an ovation. aped out by the flood. that he was a drunkard. Whateverelse 'r\ / prices.
o I MEXICAN LOANS ARRANGED may be said of Roosevelt, he is i ia
We'd almost prefer not having an WOMEN VOTING IN PORTLAND man of clean morals, and no statement i 7I.
office if the vote is so close we'd haveto New York, June 2.-A syndicate of: made by any newspaper during I
contest. Portland, Ore., June 2.-With wo New York, London and Berlin bank. the heat of a political campaign would
o men voters holding the balance of ers purchased today from the National change the public estimate of him in i if
.Curiosity to learn whether a "showis power, Portland today is holding its Railways of Mexico, an issue o that respect. But Roosevelt has low I. \W. r llllr & ON
good or not," isn't worth two dol- first election under commission formof $26,730,000 6-per-cent, two-year secured ered himself in the estimate of many
lars a seat to most people..gyp government. A mayor, four com-, notes. This was part of an authorized good people by stooping to answerthe ,
missioners and an auditor are being issue of $29,160,000 and pro- foolish charges made against him
Mandayam YpravadihayankaramyzTirusnab chosen from a ballot containing the I vided funds for the payment of $10-I during that bitter controversy i in (Temporary Location)
Acharya applied for natural names of ninety-two candidates. Thisis i 000,000 of the company's notes due to- Michigan.
ization papers in New York. the first regular election in which 1 i day. These notes, it was announced, However, Roosevelt is of a peculiar
o women have participated since they I would be paid immediately upon pre mould and perhaps this is the only 6 East Church Street, ORLANDO, FLORIDA
Cigarettes discolor the teeth: there were granted the franchise last NOI 1 sentation.The way he can put himself at ease.
fore, don't be alarmed over the spreadof vember. Portland's commission form new issue also provides funds '. .I.IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII.II.II.
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o Des Moines plan.GRADUATION notes, due November 15, next, and for
Now that the department stores are I other requirements of the road. The
selling bonds, a counter of house lots WEEK AT ANNAPOLIS I notes, it is announced, will be offered
would seem the next logical step. I in New York and London shortly, JUNE WEDDINGWhile
o probably at 97.Arrangements.
Considering his limitations, Paul Annapolis, June 2.-Higher mathematics have been completedfor
Revere did very well indeed. But think and lessons on how to make the $50,000,000 loan to the Mexican -
t, what he could have done with a mo war at sea were forgotten by Uncle government, exclusive of the "Dan Cupid" never quits his job or loafs, yet the Month of June
torcycle.A ." Sam's future admirals today when railway's financing, and it was expect seems to be his most active season. June is always marked by its numerous
o graduation week exercises started, ed that details would be announced weddings, which means that Gifts for the Bride, Gifts for the Groom, Gifts
job as farm hand will never be, Parents of senior middies are herto e later today. The loan will be in the for the Bridesmaids, Gifts for the Best Man and the Attendants, and Wedding
popular as long as the help have I from every state to attend the recep form of ten-year 6-per-cent bonds. Gifts from all your friends, if you happen to be the principal, and to
get up in the morning when the tions, dress parades and an evening your friends if they are the principals, are very much in order.
farmer does.President. performance by masked middies ontoday's NEW YORK CITRUS FRUIT MARKET We offer you our magnificent metropolitan stock for your selection, a
a- program. Diplomas, which L I stock in which you can find the latest and best creations of.the finest Silver-
Wilson does not hesitateto will transform the midshipmen into' smiths, Jewelry Manufacturers, Glass Cutters and China Potteries in the
include the big army of lobbyistsat fullfledged ensigns will be presented'I I New York, May 30.-Receipts of country.The.
Washington as among the unde- at graduation on Friday, when Secre,| Florida oranges lighter. Conditions stock is so large, so varied and so complete that a detailed descrip-
sirable class of capital frequenters.Not tary of the Navy Josephus I and quality generally good, market tion is out of the question. We only ask that you visit our store, carefully .
0 I will make the principal address.: strong, prices higher on fancy. Best inspect our stock, secure our prices, and make your purchases with the feel
so much influence has the pressas fruit in desirable sizes $5 to $6 per ing and assurance that you are getting the greatest value and the most up-
some think. Many people continueto I TO RUSH TARIFF box; few $6.25 to $6.50; one line $6.75; to-date merchandise.
+ eat with their knives, no matter I common coarse off sizes $3 to $.1.50.
what they see about it in the papers.t I Washington, D. C., June 2.Chairman Florida grapefruit light, market REPAIR AND MANUFACTURING DEPARTMENT
o Simmons, of the Finance Committee 'strong, and higher w fruit [ is difficult to see hair muck (!vtf : today arged.1bt' nre Eu -eom- texture and
) heavy, desirable sizes, If you have laid away in your bureau drawer or in a safety deposit box,
can be disseminated by moving pic- : mittees working on various schedules i' $-1.75 to $5.25 few to O
; $5. and $G. pieces of jewelry that you do not wear because of its old-fashioned form or
tures; sometimes they make you tired, r of the tariff bil Ito do their utmost to Large coarse off sizes $3 to $4.25.New .- mountings, bring them in and let us show yes what wonderful transformation -
but they make : complete their work this
can hardly wicked. week.
you York Packer.
can be wrought through the skill of our workers in gold and gems.
o On many items the sub-committees: '
Fine watch repair work a specialty.T.H.Evansthe.
Disreputable and mentally unbalanced have agreed, but each has several UNITED STATES MINISTER RESIGNS -
men carry revolvers, says the problems to determine. Senator Wil
New York Sun. And they will so liams' sub-committee expects to determine -

long as they are permitted. to be finally today on the equalization Caracas, Venezeula, June 2.-El-
sold. of raw materials and their prod liott Northcott, United States minis-
o ucts in the agricultural schedule, ter to Venezuela, has resigned from JewelerOPPOSITE
Faintly wafted toward the schoolOf whether to put live stock and grainon the diplomatic service. He sailed today -
journalism: Don't fancy that any- the free list, or to put a duty on on board the steamer Caracas,
thing that is three lines long is a meats and flour. leaving the archives of the American
"paragraph," widespread as that delusion legation in charge of Richard James, POST OFFICE
is. WEATHER REPORT Jr., the diplomatic clerk of the lega-
EXPERT REPAIRING AND ENGRAVING.
o Generally fair except probably I tion.
An Arkansas Congressman is try- showers in northeast portion Tuesday I
ing to get a pure shoe bill through i and Wednesday. Subscribe for the Sentinel
Congress, in spite of the fact that it .
would compel manufacturers to use I


leather.If an editor drew o--a salary- in proportion AUTOMOBILEBULLETIN SILK

to the objections taken to his STOCKIN&Sj
views, it would take a dray to haul
the government's percentage. of his
income tax.

o ,
"An eminent New York surgeon"
says he never operates for less than
$50,000, and the New York newspa- For Day
pers call the statement a fake. Truth These are Bargains in Re-Built Cars. Each one Is

and time fakes of it.in New York have a hard guaranteed to be in flrst-class condition, is fully equip and '

o ped and ready to run.

New Union Station at Kansas City
is to have "indirect" illumination in 1 1910 Cadillac Good Condition EveningWear
order ,
that the electric lights may not
dazzle the eyes. No harm would come $550.00
from a little more "direct" illumina-
tion in ours.
o 1 1912 Flanders Touring Car, complete,

Our friends up in Nebraska have $500.00. ,
learned the utter futility of getting
out and throwing bricks in the face

of an approaching cyclone and will 1 Model G. Four Our Personal Guarantee
Cylinder Cad-
try breaking up its positive ways by;

planting trees. o illac, $150.00 Accompanies Every Pair

Of the three hundred young men
who will be graduated from Prince- 1 Studebaker 30" 1912, run less than I t

ton next month, nearly one-half smoke II' 4,000 ; extra tire etc. $800.LJuall Marion
tobacco, and more than one-half cor B. 'Ives
respond with the girls and admit that
they have kissed girls other than their I ,
Bisters. One student corresponds with j
;t sixteen young ladies, and most of'I San Garage EXCLUSIVE MILLINERY PARLORSSecond

them correspond with two or three.
They need Billy Sunday at Princeton. Floor

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C/Iorious Summer, is almost with us, and with it Look at our Silks. In Tub Silks from 35c to $l.OO a yard.In Look at our Dress Goods, and then be frank and admit that

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

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

Everything pertaiiW to Women's wearing apparel is withus stock is as complete and comprehensive as Metropolitan Look at our wash goods, with its range upon range of new

here, and those that is ave a distinctive individuality a shade Store, 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 mOt t in evidence in our stock. Stores. the state, and are beaten by none. Prices from lOc to $1.00

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


$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 em- to $2.00 a yard. wear, and style to the owner. Let us show you, if you are

broidery 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 way. It

Look at our Ready to Wear Skirts, in Pique, Serge, Pana- 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

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





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Smyrna for a sojourn.Mr. WAGON Mr. E. C. Green, who spent last I

WADE I winter in Orlando, but who was called :

THE TUNER I V. H. Sikes has gone to Jones- Yesterday was "blue Monday" with to Las Angeles in March in a personal I

ORLANDO FLA.J. I boro, Ga., for the summer. messrs Caruthers & Gore, the Pine''I letter to the editor of the Sentinel I

j1 II Street grocers. While their men!, says:

Dr. B. C. Abernethy returned to Or- were out delivering groceries yestar- "I hive not been especially well I !
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lando last night from a four week's day morning, their large black horse J pleased with the dimate here and I
business to
E. Carter made a trip j '
visit to Hot Springs.Mr. ran away and injured himself so badfy assure y)u not nearly so well as I am
Tampa yesterday. j jMr.
that the boys sold him for $t The,I with the climate in Florida. In fact

M. F. Brown, residing at 401 facts as learned by the Sentinel is1 I there is 10 comparison between the
and Mrs. B. E. Miller and Mr.! Begin the month
in Boone street, has gone to Rockbridge, that Frank Green, the colored man I two. But I have been delighted to be aright by
and Mrs. A. L. Wright SundayeJ : }
Ohio, for the summer. and Olin Wood a young white boy I here and am glad I hid an opportunity -

Taft. who clerks in the store were delivering : to inveitigate conditions here. buying your GROCERIESat

Mr. and Mrs. James Laughlin, third, groceries on South Lake street': Los AngEles is a big country town
\\'. B. Bennet and family, wen; to ;;
Tampa yesterday for a few days ..sight[ will leave Thursday for Banks Village and had nearly finished their delivery. : and made up of almost nothing but the new Store .
N. C., where they will spend the : Both boys were out making delivery apartment houses The whole am-
seeing.Mr. I
i summer. and young wood returned first and bition of the great majority of the

unsnapped the hitching block and people here is to live in a small apart-
B. C. White of Columbus, Ohio,
Mr. H. Kanner and his daughter, started to get into the wagon but the ment and spend their money for lux-
is in the city looking over business THE SANITARY
Rose T. Kanner, left last night on the horse was too quick for him and uries. Certainly never saw such GROCERY
interests.Mr. .
j 12:17 train for New York. Mr. Kan- started off. The horse was a spirited conditions before. ,

i! ner expects to visit several cities animal with a run away record. He Real Estate men are thicker than :
John King of Concord Park, h.is I
purchased the stock of fruits and where he will buy his fall and winter ran at full speed and when makingthe fleas here and values are unreasonably CARUTHERS & GORE

; stock. turn from Main onto Pine street high. I have looked around a good
groceries of A. Forage on Church
struck the curb and fell with teriffic deal and while I have seen what Ij

street. i The boys who are guilty of the force cutting and breaking the tendons thought would be some good investments j 6 and 8 East Pine Street Phone 200
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vandalism around lake Lucerne are and ligaments in one leg so badly I would not lose my head over i
Mr. Francis Karel in charge of the
I paving the way for a police court that that limb was rendered useless. any of them. ,
convict is building a highway
paralleling gang the railroad into Taft andis 1! record. One of these long nights they Several severe cuts from which the In speking of the awful accident at j I

doing a splendid job. :I will find themselves up against a po- blood flowed freely indicated the Long Branch he says. "I was sitting I
I liceman. severity of the injuries.It only a few rods from the place at I ItIIIIO I.I.I.II.III'I.I.IIIIIIIIIII.II.I.

will take several months of care- the time and saw the crash. It was a : ___ _ __
Mr. Rolla Reel has returned from I i Editor Davis and wife of the Winter ful nursing to put the horse in con ; horrible sight and I hope I may never I| MORE REAL ESTATE MOVES ----

his trip to Daytona Beach, where he :, Garden Times, R. L. Byrd and J. W. dition if ever, good again for work. see such again. It did not seem poS-I I
went to get his family quartered fora Under the circumstances the horse sible that could be1 I
so
i Jones of Winter Garden, were trans- many On very reliable information the I
summer's outing at that popular | acting business in Orlando yesterday. i was sold for four dollars. The horse killed and injured on such a Sentinel learns ef another big real :

resort. [ Editor Davis Davis brags about his was a good one and the loss will fall small space. The part of the platform estate deal in which two of Orlando's
I'heavy on the boys just in that crashed through only 25x35
big water melons but we are from starting was most energetic real estate dealers are
H. Palmer and daughter, Miss i I Missouri. 1 i business. feet square but fully three hundred the star characters.The AUTOMOBILES FOR RENT

Virginia left yesterday for Enterprise' I people were crowded on that space report is that Mr. Carl Dann E. L. Murray

where they will attend the wedding ceremony -'! Mr. J. L. Dillard, one of our efficient ELECTRIC TREATMENTS j when it went down. In a few mo- : and Mr. S. S. Griffin have sold an Office Phone 409-Residence Phone 541NO
;
of Miss Ruth Sauls. Bishop' the strewn with.
ments ground was
county commissioners is building a'i' 8,000 acre tract of Orange county
Gray will officiate. ; $10,000 brick hotel at Winter Garden : AH Kinds, ?1.00 per Treatment for dead and injured." !'! land to non-residents who will Jevebp
HITCHING POSTS
that will be a credit to that thrifty i ii the month of June. Dr. Bennett, 1: the same. Both these gentlemen are

Mrs. Allan Cohoon and son, Master;:i community. The 'hotel will contain! Phone 227. L-Page5-26-1m CEMENT BRICKMr. 1! mum on the subject but when inter- Editor Sentinel

Allan, Jr., Mrs. John F. Gordon and)I I: twenty-one rooms and be modern in Frank Hyres has increased his i j viewed on the subject said that while I II Quite a number: of farmers are

Mrs. Kirk Gordon were among the :,: all its appointments { Some of the residents of North Or- plant for the manufacture of cement I they were not in a position to talkI ordering their groceries from other

Orlandoites going to Tampa yesterday I I ange avenue in the vicinity of the brick so that he can furnish it in any I for publication, they were likewise towns because they cannot find

They returned home last night. FOR SALE stand pipe have a great scheme. It quantity from 100 to 100,000 on short I| not in a position to deny the report, to hitch their horses in Orlando.anyplace
I It notice. These brick are guaranteedto ; and in a tone full of meaning said
is there
--- I III very dusty up since the street Automobiles are lined op in front of
Miss Bess Steer of Winter Home, Practically new Rambler Automo- was graded and they need the sprinkler be superior to day brick and must '! "go ahead and say what vou please the stores the greater portion of the
spent a few days last week with her II bile not be. confused with white lime brick. about it, you woa't miss it far."
with
equipped Presto lights, top, I but the city council says it cannot I day so that it is impossible to get
brother Mr. C. 0. Speer, the efficient curtains windshield afford far Mr. Hyers will be glad to demonstratethe The facts are the gentlemen have
to from
I speedometer, sprinkle so away up in front with a team and no whereis
night operator in the A. C. L. office clock, bumper, spare wheel with extra' the business center where there is no quality of his brick to any one : been working on this deal for some there a hitching post in Orlando.

returning to her home Sunday. I'tire, tube and complete set tools and' paving. Some of the gentlemen up interested. time and as there is no such wordas Consequently a number of farmersare

accessories. {.there say if the mayor will give them fail in their vocabulary it is safe ordering goods from out of town

Mr. J. D. Mitchell and daughters,I, Also has auto trunk with two suitcases police authority they will arrest en- For Sale to say they hare tied the knot. because we can get np to the freight

Miss Gretchen and Miss Kathleen left j for touring. Reason for sell- ;. ough automobile speeders in one day Slightly used $2000.00 automobile. I house and load our goods in. I am

yesterday for New Rochelle N. Y., fora j ling have no further use for car. (,I that their fines will pay for a week's Would consider real estate in trade I I FACTORY IMPERFECTIONS I in favor of patronizing home institutions

month's visit. Mr. Mitchell will return Address, P. 0. Box 87, City. sprinkling. This might be a good way for same. Address Automobile, Care i but the attention of the City

to this state early in July. ( L-page-5-26-tf to kill two birds with one stone. Sentinel. L-page-5-26-tf i At about one third less than usual list Council and Board of Trade has been

prices. Perfectly good casings, except called to this several times yet noth-
for minor defects. I. W. Phil- ing is done I have
HMilHIIitlilHIMtlttHMIIHIIiltllllllliilMTHE'.." ,. ,, . . . . . \\\\\ " " " " 'Jttttl attttt lips & Sons.. 6 E. Church St. join other farmers, so and send concluded away for to

my grocerie's.
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A. SPENCER ON THE SEMINOLE Income I ago, provided for the maintenance of There Are Others.

INDIANS Until 1912 the Indians made large I an Indian school, but owing to the Wo doubt it's rather bad i' : r!== -
When one is plunged in debt.
sums of money by hunting the alliga- fact that it is contrary to the tribal I see it makes you sad. R

(Continued from Saturday) tors, which are very plentiful in laws for an Indian to learn to reador And so you fume and fret. I '

southern Florida, but during the past write, nothing has been done as There You find isn't things any doubt mighty slow, s. y

Health. year the tanneries have stopped the yet Although the penalty for infrac- But cheer up! Think about

The physical condition of the Sem- purchase of alligator skins, so that tions of the tribal law in this matteris The fellow that you owe!

Inole is of the highest type, there be- now a crisis is approaching, as at that of having the ears croppedand No doubt it's hard on you j I I I
little sickness and at But. tell me, what of him!
ing presentno
very least 75 per cent of the Indians' income is still inflicted in certain cases, Though you are feeling blue
known case of tuberculosis or tra- was derived from that source. yet several of the young men have a lIe finds life jet more grim. %

soma, the two worst diseases known ...-- slight knowledge of both reading and You'\e run yourself in debt ,
I' But you have hatour fun
among the North American Indians. Agriculture writing. Assurance has been given While be is waiting jet

The largest death rate is among the that after the death of the present To get his turn, my; son W3
I Agriculture is followed in a very \ .
small children and is due prin- J +> .r
very the
council
ban on education will be So take a l n>xr face.
cipally to lack of care. I crude way, each camp will search outa removed by their successors. Then Instead of fretting; smile
fertile tract of land and expend And meantime have the grace A
The Seminoles are brave and gener- j I the matter of schools combined with To guard jour ways awhile. Vacation Hint
it of its semi-
effort in clearing
fault and extremely cleanlyin great Your facilt-
ous to a the industrial features will need to pending hand
their morals, person and home life. | tropical growths, plant three crops, be considered. Ketp close as on a t et. I Before you buy a railroad ticket '

Washing is a part of their religion; and then move to a new location. The And You it safely in time out will of land debt) for this or that summer resort, '

they are absolutely honest; lying is''I soil is very light, and as they know come in and look at our MidSummer f

unknown; adultery is punished with nothing of scientific fertilization a ConclusionThe Marriage, Before and After. Woolen line and let us make

death and the offspring, if any, is de move every three years is necessaryon future outlook for the Sem- The Mluiol inferior of the uM fashIoned j a cool Summer Outing Suit for

stroyed. I account of the soil having become inoles in Florida is much brighterthan tji{>e. IAMIIUII iliruush kindly ,i you

depleted. ever before. Interest in themis spectacles in a way that ifisstiml the We make a specialty of Xor- ..
boys, was lu-arin: a d! read "Little r.b.
; ;;>
Religion I increasing in every part of the Jim. folks and will be pleased to ( .

State and the National Governmenthas show you a few of our latest
In religion they are as unique as I Indian Lands "Very good, very ;jrtxi.1.: said the inspector -
in other matters. Their chief deityis I I The Florida State Legislature, at at least started in permanent "Hut I wonder now if jou I models. .

held in 1889 set aside 36 work among them. While it must know the ineanin? of the words you're
Hesuketamese, which means the the sesion ,
Great Spirit and Fire. Lightning and I,I townships as a Seminole Reservation, not be expected that the traditions of saying Ye said that line. 'Beside the Men's Fashion ShopHand
bed the stricken couple knelt: Now
the last 300 be overthrownin '
the sun are manifestations of this I I and while I can find no record of the years can can tell me what's a'coupleT"The Building

god, and are worshiped accordingly. I repeal of this act, yet I find that practically a few months, yet a few years of ye small boy thought for a moment. Cor. Church and P, ,
patient effort will make distnict ad- Orange Orlando
a
the land has been deeded
They will not use firewood from a I all then answered eagerly; :

tree that has been killed by lightning.I' to private parties. Late in the session vance in the civilization. of this most "Please, sIr it's a man and a wum- J1/l/lIIllIlf/ / I I ji 11111'\Ii1'\! r1)'I' ,>III. r '1\r I :

They always singe a piece of meat!I held in 1911, lion. L. A. Hendry, of interesting race.Respectfully man when they're gauD toe get mer- !

in the blaze when preparing meals. Lee county, introduced a bill setting submitted. rlt" _
1 LUCIEN A. SPENCER "Well-yes: so it is, so it Is. But can
The sun is greeted by a nod each aside 15 townships in Monroe county tell ,
ye me. then what's a 'stricken
morning and when an Indian lightshis I to compensate, in a measure, for the I Special Commissioner to the Flor- couple?'" Save HalfPlastering
ida Seminoles.
pipe the first outhful of smokeis loss of the former 36 townships. This The boy pondered Ions this time and

blown toward the sun as an abla-I bill passed the house, but was not at length burst out with:

tion. Their account of the Creation is ; called up in the Senate Hr. Hendry BUSINESS BOOSTERS "Please, sir. it'll be a man and a Cost
CLASSIFIED wumman when they are merrit.- '
this bill
as follows: : proposes to reintroduce earlyin eb
Business Boosters (classified adver- Pearson's Weekly.
Hesuketamese (Great Spirit) saw the 1913 session and hopes to secure -I tisements) received after 10 o'clock -__

strange plants sticking up out of the its adoption. At the present time midnight, will be run in the "Too Late Omnipotence.An Get Better Walls and

sand and when he examined them the Government owns 26,000 acres I to Classify" column. old man totters down the stairs.

they proved to be human fingers, so in the region inhabitated by the Sem- Boosters of five lines, or less-ap- His legs are weak; his sight is dim. Ceilings With Bishopric ;
I proximately 30 words-one time, 25 A servant, hurrying, preparesTo
he pulled them up, and commanded inoles. If allotments were made at cents; three times 50 cants; one week! lend a helpful arm to him.

them to go into the bay and wash off this time, there would be but 40 acres (six daily and one weekly editions) The old man's lips are thin and blue; Wall BoardOn
-- I $1.00 month $3.00. His cheeks an ashen hue
the dirt that clung to them. Some of for each member of the tribe. The ; one Ills shoulders possess droop; his hair Is this; ;

them were so full of curiosity and ad- major part of the Government land is I Dark pouches bulge below his eyes. Any Building Job Easy to Apply
L. P. COOK'S FISH MARKET. Phone
venture, and stayed so long in the low, wet prairie, with small low islands I 271. 5-28-tf He needs the aid his cane supplies, takeyourbui1diDgmoneygofarther Mastic and surfaced with heavy fibrt,
And wattles hang beneath his chin.
Makes that
sea examining the curius shells, etc., scattered over it. When it is I The night has not renewed his strength; save time and get better results by usstays smooth. aWilldnotngwflsurfacerp ,
that they were bleached white and taken into consideration that after FOR HIRE-Nice seven passenger His grip is weak his hands are cold. ing Bishopric Wall Board for walls and buckle or pull loose in any climate, win-
I touring and He eats his gruel, and at length. ceilings. Costs 50 per cent less than ter or summer. Is moisture-proof, rat
out weak and these the drainage project has been completed car. Large roomy. proof, sound-proof and fire-resisting.
came pale
; were 4-20 tf J. B, MAGRUDER.BUY Impatient snarling feeble, old. plaster to apply-:looks better and lasts
this territory will still be dot-! He hobbles in where clerks make way the Sheets 4 ft. x 4 ft come ready to an-
the Esta Hadke, or white folks. Oth- as long as building. ply. Anyone who can drive nails can appjt
Where rich about his door.
men throng
ers simply did as they were bidden, ted with lakes and swamps, togetherwith a lot in Thornton Park, a nice Where presidents his aid implore No More Cracked Walls It Price low.

washed, and came out clean, brown the fact that the tribe is increasing suburb in east part of the city Carl And at his feet their tributes lay, "Bishopric" walls and ceilings are unPraised Everywhere
Jensen.Do And having heard them with disdain affected by the Jars and moisture which
it will be
by seen
and ,
strong; these were the Esta Chat- year year
Or having listened to their pleas. crack plaster. This Wall Board makes by Users
tie, or Indians. The remainder were that the size of the Reservation is en- Their rise or ruin he decrees. a smooth, hard surface that gives lasting ,
you want to pick up an auto ,at lfaction. Is displacing lath-and-
As if ordained by heaven to reign, ir..iowu&ardtnoneagMrs.Co.
too lazy to wash at all and remained tirely too small for future needs. Suf- ? If read the advertise- So, pale and crumpled in his chair. plaster everywhere for cottages, bungalear Bin'-Inrloned plenw\ find remittur fpf
bargain so,
fine 16J8" feet of Biihopne Wall Bowd.
lows homes public buildings gare Ship t|
garages
black; these were the Esta Luste, or ficient lands should be secured, so thatan ment of the San Juan Garage. He presses buttons here and there out-buildings and every kind of Teeotterwesotfrom
negroes. allotment of at least 80 acres couldbe And grimly runs the world again. structure. ..41&looks fine. jon we lave on two rooBML
-Chicago Record-II era Id. FR1XK EAVEN8TRITK
Another interesting legend is the I given to each adult male as soon OAK HILL is the beautiful subdivision Saves a Month's Time MoKOW.FkInvestigate

feeding by Manna: as he shows sufficient knowledge of to the Northeast of the city and Profane Golf Comes in sheets 4 feet square, read, This
I still have choice lots there. for use. Goes on dry. Just nail it to TodaylYou
Long time ago, many moons, Hesu- agriculture and a disposition to culti- some "Do you think golf a suitahirtor z.. bare studding and walls and ceilings are
Carl Jensen. ?" ready for decorators the same day. can see thiswonderful ''''''''''
ketamese brought his people out of vate a farm. What is known as the women Edges meet evenly-no panelling needed. non- 'fIIA.
Alabama and Georgia. They traveleda South Canal has been extended from FOR RENT-Five room cottage with ) should say not Why. I saw a No skill needed to apply It. Saves a warping fireremonth's +,
wall board
silting
time in building.
man playing once and all be did was
long time and by and by got Lake Okeechobee to the Miami River all modern conveniences. Garagefor the store of any of the
very to walk around a field with a club In dealers named below.
horse $5,000
auto, or and buggy. Apply Anti-Warp Bond
hungry for bread. Game they had and is practically completed. This his hand and stop few minutesto Examine It carefully and flue
515 East street. 5-15 tf every Bishopric Wall Board is the only Wall learn how you can make M"B+> in plenty; so each day there rained canal passes within about 8 or 10 swear/-Buffalo Eipre>s. Board stiffened with lath. Kiln-dried Irafldmgr money g-o farther by ;last/

down Mah-nah, or little spheres, plen- miles of township 48 south, range 34 GOOD TIRES-Factory imperfec- lAth are Imbedded In toughened Asphalt- using"Bishopric"torwarsandctflngs.FOR .

ty for all, but they would not keep; east, which contains 16,000 acres (the tions at about one-third less than us- AUTOMOBILE FOR HIRE SALE BY

the bugs ate them; so them must be largest tract of reservation lands.) ual list prices. Full line in stock. I. Those wishing to make trips for

gathered daily. If this land proves to be of value for W. PHILLIPS & SONS, 6 E. Church business or pleasure, should see me

agricultural purposes, the question of I I II street. for prices. Prompt service guaran-

Tribal GovernmentThe I lateral canals will need to be considered -I i teed. C. W. Willsey, Orlando, Fla., Orlando Novelty WorksThe

I later. The Protestant '! FOR SALE-My Place, 7 acres 2 Phone, 360. 5-29 tfI
Seminole government is patri- EPiscopal'j{
I
two-horse
'Mission horses one wagon, one
which is situated I
archial in form, the oldest man in the buggy also 80 acres 2lfa miles from FOR RENT I

family being the patriarch. The headsof ervation, is investing a considerable I Umatilla, Lake county, Fla. Mrs E. Nice large rooms furnished. Convenient I'
,
the different families then form a sum of money in an experimental farm J. Carter, R. F. D. No. 1, Orlando, for business I Mastic Wall Board and Roofing Mfg. Co., Cincinnati Ohio
also
people, lighthouse j (97)
for the Indians. Only Indians will be Florida. tf
council, which is the court
supreme I II keeping. Delightful location
of the tribe. The principal business employed in all cases where the work 'WANTED AT ONCE-Relable with without I
or
man board. Terms
of the tribe is transacted at the Shot-I I can be done by them. This is a move I'I or woman to assist in advertising. reasonable. Address, "C" care very Sentinel WALL BOARD
in the right direction and should
receive -
Excellent
Cataw All or part time.
or green corn dance. The en- oppor- office. 5-22 tf!
tire tribe is assembled at this time. every encouragement. If it is tunity for right party. For particulars -
I successful call for A. E. Chopin, Orland
The meeting lasts four days, from the however, it will soon become -
Hotel.
62lt.
"little moon" in July, and is a politico-I too large an enterprisefor Paul A. Horn

religious festival which includes cere- the struggling mission to handle, WANTED-Have an inquiry for 11111111"1181'1111'111111111111111"111111"11'

monies of and plans for the larger work will of fifteen acre orange grove, with resi-
purification, endurance, and
skill. The "black drink" is still given necessity have to be considered by the 1 dence. Give price and terms. A. R. I CONTRACTOR and BUILDER S Specials That S Should Interest Y You
Government. i Wrenn, 17 S, Orange, street, Orlando.
and acts as an emetic and a purge. D&W. REPAIRING A SPECIALTY.
The boys the still initiated into the i

"mysteries" by the older men, whQ Schools \ FOR SALE-Full Blooded Jersey Cow P. 0. Box 624 Orlando
live coals i Fresh. Apply G. W. Rines, residence Fla.
place them
upon I The Florida Legislature, some time
; Lakeville, near Clarcona,I
Phone No. 2022Apopka, Fla. iHlllilMMMIIMIHMMAutos 12.50 No. 8 Cook Stoves for $10.00Good j
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GROVES TAKEN CARE OF Tin Roofing Put on Complete ",
For Rent at ,
GREATEST VALUES IN ORLANDOA Plowing, mowing, team work, heavy
hauling, etc. Having been engaged
$5 OO Square
I'all my life in caring for groves, I am Any Hour : per
I( prepared to please you. Satisfaction
j i in every line of work. L M. HALL,
Regular DownpourOF 608 Division street, Orlando, Fla. 20 lb. Tin Roofing, Put on Complete,
5-141 mo. Seven Passenger

$6.50 per Square
FOR SALE STEVENS DURYEA'

Good Horse, buggy and harness- I I

Call on or address, J. B. Walker Orlando
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BARGAINSBy Fla. 5-27 t f I Ride in a Good Care'Phone I:: THE


FOR SALE-A good boarding house, i 1 HELMS HARDWARECOMPANY
centrally located. Call 105 Wes t

Pine street. 31-3. I 34

By securing your personal -
FOR SALE-Large Lot near Metho- .

needs now, you can make more dist Church. Whole or part. With MMMtMMMMIIHMiMIMMMHtllllimiiiMMMII
or without dwelling Address or wire.E. tHMIHIIIillllllllltlltEVERYTHING !

clear money than by any day's N. Coy, Irondequoit, N. Y. 5-10-tf .

work you have ever done. Everything FOR SALE OR RENT-FiYe-room I', I I

house; large lot full of fruit trees.
I
in our store is being sold Apply 308, Robinson avenue 8 f Pti.ICSAL:

at a sacrifice.Be GAS RANGE FOR SALE-High up -IN-
eighteen by eighteen in. Oven and I m
sure and visit our store. It Brailed. Five burner cooking plate.
Call 207 America St. 5-27-lm II FEEDFOR
will eventually pay you. Remem- I
WANTED-Farm of about 100 acres I fRIDA y n SATURDAY

ber lookers are welcomed as politely near Orlando. Give full description I -
and price. Address "Farm" I
as buyers. Sentinel Office. 5-27-7t I

EVERY BODY'S DOING IT II I' LIVE STOCK 25c Crepes at 18c

Automobiling, we are open for dates

picnic parties, or a crowd for an I

Brown & Lartigue evening drive. Call 360 or ask for LAUBACHThe

C. W. Willsby, Careful driver. 5-13-tf
MISSES: HAULM & BUM

House for rent? New
or room peo- Grain Man.
Men's and Boys' Outfitters ple coming in usually look in the

want ad columns to see what is of- Church Strett, Phone 18 Agents for Barclay CorsetsL .r

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An :l1Jn-ill:: t'l'j:0| HU' o(-tiiiml soimyears i Capital and Surplus and Undivided Profits 12000000. MOTION PICTURESTODAY'S
a solrn Mr. IKtmnixhvi< I
gUiim a t'rit"luf l Itr.tim rw-itals on Total Resources over Three-quarters ol a Million.
the "IJmjj of thi* NiMungen."

J The opt-ra was ."Ij. niiciiisold; l ," and I. Statement of the Orlando Bank ant i PROGRAM"BOOTS i
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IKtuiruxch. .t'ait..l at the piano -
Was giving in his ki IJc lly. informal delightful Trust Co* at Close of Business
; .. AND BRICKS" . . . . American
the \arlvin
fa hi "motin'of I
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I'o, ....{. .,Y'J."t.f'. 11'; April 16th, mS-The Ser A unique and instructive
the tntiMr. He played and explained I .t' .' '' :.. Farce Comedy (A laughevery
the Uliine mothe." the "All>erich : : : nth Anniversary of second) portraying hearts and pocket books.
motive: the motive of the ";:old," the i lj .\ : .ft.Jo "
,. :;."."1>. its Existence
"Fafner .. .I.f -,
niotne. -
Then he mine to LoLi. the god of :! '. 4q1 HZ .'' <;: .,.:."}:.f v.to'.: ......: "CHILDREN'S CONSPIRACY" . . Thanhouser
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fire iinif:+ turning; toward his breathless .t. ,;: ',... Portraying a child's career. A moral teaching.
audieiut', he played he theme, \.Q
saying "
RESOURCES
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; That
:
', .. e"eQchild should
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: see.
in his slow ;:rave \\3)', '.\ud this .'":. ,!,<:," ';: '
-is the Loki motive." I :, ." : .o ? 1 :J(z.t\ Loan and Discount,.....f 3 ,197.81
For a second there was silence! ; then I i r ";'';J"I'5 ,.1.'r"""t": ..: ; 1 I Overdraft .............. 922J2 "THE MAN FROM THE CITY" . . Excelsior
a low rijiple! of laughter went over the jf 'iII\ '. A
I I -!M'i". : :. \ I Real Estate, Furniture pictrue story its like was never seen before. Exciting -

-was house. Hut Mr. aloorlied IMmrwh-ble that he him!: -&it. ;11..",ii' .., ,.. .j", ,... ..0...A..l i ,0 ; and Fixtures .......... 25,853.44:: 1: thrilling, uith a plot so interesting that
so deeply nev I 't't .fiJ.' .;.,..: 1 iT', j I Stocks and Bonds ........ 26,01843
er his droll word shall
saw play at all. He I r / you certainly appreciate.
gate a wondering glance over the audience .f p. J f'c i' i Cash on hind and In Banks !887.81j

prolwbly thinking something j _h ." .., '\.. I I II' i A PICTURE PROGEAM WORTH WHILE
amuMujj had hapjiened there, then -of 1- I', : Total .. .............789,2w.voI
swept on his rousing way like a steam I ... I' .. ; Have you been to The LUCERNE lately. If not you
engine through the score.-New York I rr: L LIABILITIES are certainly missing
Evening Sun. i C f' I--r some mightyfine pictrues that lead

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Life-the Struggle I t j i. ,II" f ,.. .;' Surplus and Undivided l
Virtue's not in mere existence +I. ) s" t 1 off-1 i ;; Profits ................ 24,14448

And shunning things that make' life -: Deposit ................ 665.115.11 MATINEE 3:30 TO 5 P. M.
Virtue dear.Is in rightful using .:' .[tjl 1 C 4 NIGHT 7:15 TO 10 P. M.

Of the gifts bestowed us here. V 1 Tow ..... .....7.Ueo.oe
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Life Is passive battling drifting with into the torrent joy; I -. .e%s 1000 $2 Books for 50 cents Each
Which unstemmed can but destroy. DepodU April 4, IMS....p .m.. I

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Virtue Never lies knew in overthrowing temptation's lure; SUUs GtTKiBMft, State and C DtftdUry inert*** In 11 days .I.tMliillMMIMMillMIMMIMtitlllMilltlMlllllllillMIIIMIIMMiMIII.UtJUI MMHIMHfIlllll

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Life is not in vapid dreamingOf i O O HMMIIMIIIIIimtHMMIIMM
some distant vague ideal; .
Life is labor and a strenuous
Hourly conflict with the real

Virtue's not in watching struggles "i THE MARKETOf
High and dry on some safe shore.
Enter In life's heated contest
There ou're needed more and more.
W. M. SLEMONSDo
Life is not In following footprints : Of Cleanliness
Or keeping wheels in some set groove. ; QualityFRESH
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Make your own tracks; strike out boldly. ,
Life is progress-forward move! I'
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AND SALT MEATS

Tim Hurst's Baseball Troubles. you want to buy Men's Shoes-King Quality at $3.50, $4.00 or $5.00. '

At the close uf that memorable sea : Crosset Shoes at -4,00.Vomen's Tan Shoes at $3.50; Tan Pumps, $3- 50, GunMetal I FISH AND GAME
son when Tim Hurst managed the I'
Browns for You der Abe he laid over I : or Patent Leather Shoes or Pumps at $3.50.Ve have new styles and Kept under the best sanitary conditions.Everything .
in Philadelphia on hN way to his home
the !state, and while in the Quaker I'up I : best quality. t screened away from the flies, and kept fresh
City he told his daily experiences '
while running the Mound City club. I: and pure.
Do You Want Suit Pants
Boys' Boys'
"My Mondays" said Timothy, "were : a or f
devoted to telling the St Louis sportIn I We invite inspection and guarantee satisfaction. have

;? editors how I was going to win the \Ve have a new stock to select from. The Men's Suits that we sell made by everything in the Meat Line.
pennant the next year. Tuesdays I I! :
would IH kept busy denying to the I : Schloss Bros. are well known all over the country. They are worn by Lawyers,

club owners that I had ever made I Doctors Bankers Merchants Farmers Skilled Workmen and who
men appreciate The
PARLOR MARKET
any such statements. Wednesdays 1 :
merit and in the clothes We recommend them. a ai
would be explaining to the newspapers correct style they wear. aI i

why we weren't winning games.i:, The brand is a guarantee of quality.. It is a pleasure to show-these clothes, and I
Thursdays I would be fighting with 1
Chris to keep him from fining the(f: we invite every man who reads this paper to visit our store and look at them. H. M. Self & Co. j
players all the money they had comingto II

busy them.all Fridays day petting 1 would the generally terms be of :I Just Received Mens' Mohair Suits J8-20 PINE STREET &

pitchers that no batter could hit"

"On And Saturdays on Saturdays'I would spend the : Phone No. 80

day signing players that couldn't hit

any kind of pitching.-" W. M. SLEMONS4iliMMIMMMMHtllllllilllllitMIMMMIIMMi iiMiminiinu .

Nothing to Laugh At.
A few years ago a purely self made I . IIMMIIillllltf wQWC' vGi GiwGG tiY i }
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person who had acquired a million or I !
soy in other lines of endeavor, took a ,4llililllililillltlllMllltllMMMHIMtltMIHIIHIMMMIHIItMiMMtM ti| LIGHT THE i
part of his fortune and with it built a 1 i :)
theater on Hroadway. At the end of i : .
his second week as proprietormanagerbe PATH TO PROSPERITY I i i )
IF YOU WANT THE LATESTIN .
was standing at the door one evenIng i )
just before the performance began
talking to Paul West the song writer. :
Merchants who use Electric Signs never lose
Along came a leading dramatic critic, I
and he stopped for a minute's chat their way by choosing the wrong road to suc
with the two others THE LINE OF UP TO DATE DRY GOODS, CLOTHING, You fail
cess. simply cannot to attract new
"Say Harry. asked the owner
"what's the reason that I ain't making HATS AND SHOES, ALSO LADIES READY TO WEAR customers if you use an Electric Sign. It acts

to Here BK>I ny put outer up a this nice here clean proposition house and? DRESSES OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS COME TO B. SALO like an irresistible magnet, drawing all the

hire a good company and yet the MON. SATISFACTION GUARANTEED OR MONEY trade within its reach: That is the reason
crowds ain't coming!"
"Well," diagnosed the critic. "I'll tell REFUNDED. they command the attention of buyers

you Jake. This is a new place, and I
you mustn't be In too big a hurry. Remember i
how long it took some of these For Every Store Owner
,
other hones to Orlando
get established. You'llksve B. Salomon
to build up your own clientele." : No matter how small his business, the Electric -
He passed on and West went inside! I .
to see the show. . .............. . . Sign is the cheapest and most effective
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at the end of the first act Jake was advertising.
waiting for him and drew him aside.
"Paul- he,demanded, "what was the I liitMIMIHIMMIMMMMMMMIIilltMIMMMIMI : Phone for our Sign Designer to call and sub .

name of that there thing Harry told : mit a sketch.
me I'd hare to build up here?" WELCOME TO
WE OFFER YOU
-A clientele" said WestSure : No Trouble to Us-.No Expense: You.
I thought I had It right said I
the owner. ,Aid now what I winter ROYAL PALM THE MOST OF THE BEST
know Is why them guys down at the


awhile bonding Brenlng build ago department Post one.-Philadelphla when I asked gave me for the Saturday a permitto laugh BARBER Modem and Complete.SHOP I For-the Least lA W T[ & lI T CO.



Everything new, individual COOK WITHGASSubscribe
Cheerful Advice. electric attachment at every Tender Meats
A number wf railway men were once Juicy
chair. No atone baa been left Ad AAA AAAllAbbbA
discussing the question of accidents
unturned to make this shop
-The roads In Scotland said one official
"used to have a bad name In meet th erequirementa of the I You can always depend on getting the best at our
For The
deed In respect to accidents. No one most particular. Plenty of I market, and yon will find there is a wonderful difference Sentinel.
thought of embarking on a railway room. Courteous attendants. .
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urney unless he had provided him. I in meats. -
self with an accident policy of insurance. ELIJAH WHITEHEAD, iHIIMtill
Proprietor.
"The famous Dr. Norman Macleodwas Orange Aven Orlando, Fla. REDUCED LIVERY RATES DURING SUMMER

Journey once through about to the set Scotch off on country a long COW RT & Pyti I

Jest as the train was pulling out the Horse and Buggy, per day $2.50

through clergyman's the window!servant and put said his: head in If you miss your Sentinel, call BOONE STREET ORLANDO, FLA. 1.2 day 1.50
phone 24 between seven and nine
adrY'.4'lia'e je ta'en an insurance ticket o'clock and a copy will be broughtyou PHONE 105 ; Carriage and Pair, per day 4.50

-'J have.: replied the doctor. by special messenger.If 1-2 day 2.50
-'Thencontinued the servant'write ''IIIMIIIIIIIIIIIIItlMIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIHHIIIHIRead
ye'er name on it and
gl'e to
It me.
They ha'e an awful habit o' robbin the you have a house for rent, advertise J. B. Magruder & Son
in the Sentinel's classified column
Corpses un bit line." ,
I the Daily Sentinel
Ii II I and get a tenant. MIIII M nun IMMI inn immiiimtumniiiiiTnc

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HiMIIIIMMtlitMltHMIMIIMMMIIMIItlllMltH PRIZES AWARDED AT ST. JOI I
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SEPH'S ACADEMY ,

Louis C. Massey, President
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Splendid Specimens of Class Work

T. Pieton widow, Vlc .Pm. 8. Water Howl Culfar On DisplayThe
Howard C Bibcock. A* 't Cathto Samuel A.Newell A* t CuUtr Commencement Exercises of! :
St. Joseph's Academy are now in :

progress and two large class rooms :

THESTATE are attracting especial interest and, '
I enthusiasm from the visitors to the : What is theCHRISTMAS

institution. In one are specimens of\ :
the work done by the students of the :

Grammar school and Intermediate Department -. ,
BANKof
including papers on Science, : SAVING

Geography, History, Algebra, Mathematics :

Spelling, Grammar, Composition '
and Penmanship. The most remarkable -
Orlando feature of the exhibition is I CLUB ?

the map-drawing, which, in many :
cases, is so accurate as to almost rival I

the original from which the copy was '

THE OLDEST BANK IN THE CITYAND made. The drawings were done in Merely a number of people who arrange lo systematicallysave
"free-hand" and are delicately tinted :
with crayons, the names being carefully : certain odd pennies each week with the positive assurance

lettered in black. I' that they will receive a check Iwo weeks before
The hall occupied by the older pupils :
Bank which transacts more business than
The
is prettily decorated with streamers : Christmas for every penny they have saved.

any Bank between Jacksonville and Tampa of Orange and Gold, the Academy :

colors, while that belonging to the I
Primary Department is trimmed in : II
The large patronage of this Bank has been built up Blue and White. In the latter are displayed :

during twenty years by conducting its business on sound drawings, and papers on Language I You can save any amount from 2 cents a week up.

Number Work, Penmanshipand
banking principles with careful attention to the legitimate .

wants of customers. The confidence of the publicis Spelling.The entire collection shows ntat I The 2 cents the first r:) r)

reuected in the large amount of deposits. work, which the Sisters have made week "club" nets $11 .6i8i
even more attractive by using covers you
Average deposits First Quarter of 1913, $900,000. of heavy paper bearing the name of ,

the owner. A number of the papers :

and drawings bear ribbons; blue, red
FOUR PER CENT PAID ON SAVINGS ACCOUNTSOur
and white, on which are printed in
gold letters the name of the school IT IS WORTH WHILE !

and the date. These ribbons mark the

prize winners, the blue for the high- ..
correspondent banks are located in every part of
the red for the
est second the
and
; Call at (the Christmas Savings Club Window and let
the world and include some of the largest Banks in the white for honorable mention.Mr. us explain it more fully,

United States. C. E. Howard, Mr. W. S. or better still (loin some club now.
Branch, Jr., and Mr. Cestia Lawtonwere
judges and after careful delib-
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eration, made the following awards:
eration made the following awards to
DOROTHY CHALFANT HONOR MUSIC CLUB OF ST. JOSEPH'S :
winners of First and Second Prizes I
The National
GUEST ACADEMY GIVES RECITALThe Peoples Bank"It
in the manner in which the names appear :

: :
Miss Louise Parks very delightfully members
of the Music Club of
her Primary : la a pleasure to serve you."
entertained Friday evening at St. Joseph's Academy closed their
Penmanship-Catherine Blass and I
beautiful home in South Brownsville,
work for the term on yesterday af-
Lillian Rush. ;
in honor of her little cousin, Dorothy \ternoon with a pleasing recital
very Number Work-Laura Robinson j '
Chalfant, of Orlando, Fla. Forty-nine }given in the Convent Hall. Luther Smith. and tV% 1u1flUUUfl1U1flHh11nuuniit: : ,,,,,,,,,, ,.H+Hf
of Dorothy's former school mates The program included the follow- :
Language-Alice Barns and Walter
were present and the evening was \ing numbers:
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spent in the enjoyment of games and Vocal Chorus, "No Joy Like That of

music after which elaborate refresh- Wandering" . .. . .. . . Penmanship-Stanley Groessweinl
ments were served. Cecilian Circle and Eleanor Thompson.

Out of town guests were the Misses ]Recitation Johann Sebastian Bach McNeill Drawing-W.Stanley A.Groesswein Knight and receiv-Neil N. P. YOWELLThe
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Ruth Higbee, Mary Alene Atkinson, ]Emma Lundgren, Antoinette Mayer, ing Honorable Mention.
of Connellsville, Pa.; Elizabeth Jacobs -! Thelma Yelvington, Ferne Ward, IntermediatePenmanshipRoland

of East Riverside and Dorothy Valeria Nedley, Minnie Venters,

Chalfant, of Orlando, Fla.-Daily Willie Beck, Henrietta Rock, Eleanor thur Irvine. Blass and Ar- Big White Store

News-Standard, Uniontown, Pa. i Thompson.Piano .
Number Work-Roland Blass and
Solo .. . . . "Misere"
Dorothy Lane.
DANCING PARTY Edna Beck
Map Drawing-Emma Lundgrenand
Reading .. . .. .. .. .. "Music"
Henrietta Rock.
Misses Elbeth and !'Iul-
Margaret j Frances Terry Number Work-Ethel Fisher and
hplland were hostesses OR Saturday Vocal Chorus . "Murmuring Sea"Girls .
I Margaret Cavanaugh.LanguageEmma
.evening at their i home on South Lake'
Lundgren and
street for a merry party, their guests I I Piano Solo . "Melody of Love" Antoinette Mayer. __ .
being Misses Ruth McCulloch Doro Bertha Dawson
General Work-Honorable Mention, :
thy and Ella Slemons, Charlina Ga- Address .'_. . ., ., . . . Vivian Robertson. : .
I
ley, Lavina Walker, Mina Harris, and Rita LawsonENCAMPMENT Grammar School : I.
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Messrs. Allison Palmer, E. P. Hyer, Mathematics-Agnes Kamper and 4

Gerald Hulbert, DeLaney Way, Richard ; ] OF STATE MILITIA and Mabel Lundgren.LanguageFrances. .. ,
Yowell, George Dolive and Bert!; JULY 7 Terry and :

Walk r, Ferne Gross.
The evening was happily spent inj i:i Former Date of June 30 has Been Composition Mabel Lundgren and :I

dancing, the raspberry and pineapple j Changed to Suit Majority of Edwin McDowell. : Watch This Space

ices and cake proving most delicious Officers Map: Drawing-Frances Terry and :

refreshments.Mr. Orders have been issued by Adju- Grace Gross.

I I tant General J. Clifford R. Foster History-Honorable Mention, Marie :

M. W. Parrish, of Gainesville, ;, changing the dates for the encamp- Floyd. I .HMIIHIIIIIIMItHMMIMMIMM 111111111111111111

Fla., is in Orlando today, a guest. of I ment of the State Troops from June Eighth Grade Map Drawing-Marie : forSPECIAL [ MMMMMHMM
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the San Juan. 30 to July 7. This change was made Floyd and Isabel Rooney.
I 1 in deference to the wishes of the of

Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Kirkpaugh, of ficers. At the officers' school which ST. JOSEPH'S ACADEMY CLOSESThe
Savannah, are among the late arrivalsat was held several weeks ago in St.
'the San Juan. 1 Augistine, General Foster was requested -
closing exercises of St. Joseph's PRICES!
to change the date of the en- will
Academy be held in the
The commencement exercises of the campment because of the fact that Convent Hall on Wednesday evening

Orlando High School will be held at June was the end of the fiscal year. it eight o'clock, to which the publicare
the Lucerne Theatre tonight. 1 He stated upon that occasion that invited.
he would be willing to make the ..

Mr. L. Pike and son, of Zellwood, 'change as he thought from what he
Money to loan on improved
were in Orlando for a few hours today had been told that it would be for the prop-
I erty. S. Y. WAY.
transacting business and greetings good of the service. The change has ,

friends. !just been made by command of the .

Governor through General Foster as HIIMMIiMlillMMMIMKerosene ,

Hon. Thos. E. Wilson, of Sanford,I chief of staff. .

was among the prominent Floridiansin ulf Relinge Co

Orlando. Mr. Wilson was among I WINTER HOMEA ,
the welcome callers at the Sentinel

office last night. i trip to Winter Home on Big Sand MIN

Lake by auto, and a launch ride on
I :
One of the rear wheels of the that large and beautiful lake is by 1

sprinkler collapsed at the corner of no means a thing to be despised. In- N. YOWELL

Orange avenue and Pine street last I. deed it is a most refreshing outing Gasoline

night, putting Orlando's "waterwagon" I these hot days. A number of substantial -
out of commission. j homes have been built on the

1 I shores of this lake and many nice LubricatingOils The Big White Store

DISCUSS SEX HYGIENE orange groves and gardens flourish
,| there. and Greases I

Washington, June 2.-Sex hygieneand ;i The quality of melons and peachesnow
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the enactment of a law compelling being produced thare indicate' Axle Grease ...1111111 111.tlllll.

prospective bridegrooms in the na that there is a mine of wealth I - ---- ---
tion's capital to procure a certificateof awaiting development.A 11fi.1 Have you been to the Lucenre lately AT THE FAVORITE TODAY
socialists who are in sympathy -
health before a marriage license post office store and saw mill, the Tampa with the strikers of Paterson, ? If not, you are missing some 1 I "Regimental Pals-101 Bison, a

could be obtained, were subjects for usual enterprises essential to startinga P.G.WALTONAgentPBONEsljjj to furnish homes for fifty mighty fine pictures-that lead the I powerful military western,drama.
N. J. offer !
Florida town are there, and Mr. D. i Matinee 3:30
discussion world in photography.
at of "
today a meeting prom- I the strike. They also "The Taxidermists, -Nester, a
inent society women and welfare work B. Sphaler the proprietor of the new { children offer to during patheir railroad fares to to 5 p. m. Night 7:15 to 10. sprightly comedy."In .

ers. The meeting was held in the proposition is expending large sums clothe them while there. Peaceful Hollow,"-Nestor
and to a
home of Mrs. John Hayes Hammondwife in building streets and beautifyingthe Orlando Florida Tampa This strike is expected to be a long GOING AWAY Rural comedy. .
place, and by next winter the ,
of the mining engineer.A I "Animated No. 46,"-Universal
place will have a hotel and seine.Shanibarger's, cur-
many IHHIMIIIIIIIIIIIIHIt If so, don't forget to have the Daily rent news. "
homes. -
gun club has been organized in Sentinel follow you-mailed every dayto "Sheridan's Ride," Thursday next.Opento5and7to1Op.m. .
Fort Myers and a large number have Shanibarger's for bicycles and for bicycles and your summer home. No extra .
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