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




THE PEOPLE'S PAPER


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

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VOLUME ONE ORLANDO, FLORIDA, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 4TH, 1913. NUMBER 98.

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RIGUT WRONGS i TUt HIGH SCUOOl fRANK'S F COUNSELOUTLINESDEFENSE DtMAND fOR BEEF GOOD MAN GONE H UOTU ASTORCLOSES



NEITHER PARTY GRADUATING ClASS EXCEEDS SUPPlY I II TO HISRE\VARD[\ [ ITS DOORS


COMMENCEMENT EXERCISES ATTRACT j _
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I LARGE CROWD-SPLENDID ;'
WILL ENDEAVOR TO SHOW THAT \ THE PAST SIX YEARS THERE
STREET COMMITTEE AT WORK RENDERED I DEATH CLAIMS DR. CIIAS. DREN- ;, NEW YORK'S OLDEST AND MOST
PROGRAM j
CLEARING UP LAKE CHEROKEE I (CONLEY STRUCK HER IN THE | HAS BEEN A DECLINE OF NEN AT HIS HOME NEAR THIS FAMOUS HOTEL CLOSES AF.
OF CLASS
BY MEMBERS |
ARE DESERVING HEAD AM THEN THREW HER MORE THAN THIRTY PERCENT CITY AT SEVEN O'CLOCK ; TER A CENTURY OF PUBLIC .
The Lucerne Theatre was crowded
OF PRAISEIt I DOWN ELEVATOR SHAFT IN BEEF CATTLE TUESDAY MORNING \ SERVICE
last night at the Annual Commence-
will be a pleasure to the peopleof ment Exercises of the Orlando High Atlanta, Ga. June 3.-From apparently Washington, June 3.The demandfor Dr. Charles Drennen, who has been i New York, May 30th.-The onwardmarch :

Orlando to know that the City Schools in which the public always i, reliable authority it was learned beef far exceeds the supply and confined to his home "Paso Robles," of progress, although it invariably -

Council has been busy for the past feels a great interest. Monday that the theory to be advanced high prices are the result, says a bulletin for eleven months, breathed his last gives the public more conveniences
in and I I in defense of Leo M. Frank, issued today by the Departmentof at o'clock
week correcting conditions I The evening program was as follows seven Tuesday morning, and makes life more worth
around Lake Cherokee, and are still i. j( : the pencil factory superintendent, who Agriculture. The shortage in meat aged 72: years. He is survived by his '' 1 living and more comfortable, is nevertheless -

engaged in the work. I Invocation by Dr. J. F. McKinnon. has been indicted for the murder of producing: animals, too, is steadily becoming wife and six children: sometimes ruthless in the

The writer made a personal investigation -I Miss Agnes Faye Vaughn read an Mary Phagan, will be that James Con- greater. Dr. C. T. Drennen, of Hot Springs, means to which it obtains its ends.

yesterday in company with I essay on "Historical Fads," that was l.y, the negro sweeper, and he alone, In the past six years there has beena Ark.; F. M. Drennen, of Birmingham,I'.I The new subway plan, the compje*

Alderman Holland and Street Superintendent -1 replete in rich lessons from the pages killed the girl and hid her body in the decline of more than thirty per cent Ala.; Dr. Ed. Drennen, of Orlando; tion of which is anxiously awaited by

Bennet and is convinced I: of the past and indicated with no uncertainty factory basement. in the number of beef cattle in the J. E. Drennen, of Birmingham, Mrs. 11 thousands of people who live in the

that these gentlement are handling I I of the fact that 'the human Notwithstanding Luther Z. Rosser, United States, according to the department F.1.. Aldridge, of Hot Springs; and j upper portion of Manhattan and

the situation in a prudent manner,I I family are faddists. chief counsel for Frank, maintains his and during the first three Walter Drennen, of Orlando. I 1 transact their business below Ciy

having a due regard for the wishes of !i Mr. Edwin Arthur McQuarters de-I sphinxlike attitude and declines to dis- months of this year, there has beenan The funeral will be held from the 1 Hall Park, calls for an excavation

the people and place public health i livered an oration on, "Russia," that cuss the theory of the defense, it is approximate decrease of 13 percent home this afternoon at 3.30 o'clock underneath the old Astor House, and

above all other considerations. Any 'showed I careful research and brought understood that the arguments in in the number of meat animals with services by Dr. Stagg and Dr. as a result this landmark, probablythe

person who will make a personal investigation I out many new and interesting pointsin Frank's favor will be based upon the killed under government supervisionwhen Wray. The services at the grave will 1 most historic hotel in America,

will bear out this state- connection with Russia,past and idea( that Conley was without assistance compared with the same periodof be in charge of the Masonic frater was closed today and it is practically
'' in the commission of the crime 1912. The department estimatesthe I
ment present. nity. | (certain that its doors will never be
The work began by cutting the i The Glee Club of thirty young and that Frank had no knowledge number of beef cattle in the United Dr. Drennen was born near Bir- !.
big drain from Lake Davis to the ( maidens rendered a musical number, whatever of it. States on January 1, 1907, at 51- mingham, Ala., September, 6th, 1842. ,I ]probability the building will be torn

drainage well much deeper, thereby(I that met a hearty response in that The defense will, it is said, take the 566,000, and at the beginning of the He had barely reached his majority : down and a modern structure erected -

draining all the stagnant pools in )i vast audience. .., position that Mary Phagan was killed present year at 36,030,000. when he was married to Miss Eliza- j I < on its site, which is one of the
which mosquitoes were breeding and Mr. Gerald Bookstaver' jt Hurlburt' on the first floor of the factory at the Prices paid for cattle, sheep, lambs beth Wilson and after their marriagehe i I i most valuable in the city.

the overflow on the marshes from i orated on "Universal Peace" and handled foot of the stairs where the negro admits and hogs last year were much higher took up the study of medicine in The property is owned jointel by

Lake Davis has been lowered a foot .I this live subject in a masterly he was in hiding. The sugges- than! the preceding )' ar. the Alabama Medical College, wherehe Vincent Astor and William Waldorf

and all this dead overflow and backwater j i manner. Mr. Hurlburt possesses abil- tion of the girl having been killed on "The year 1912," says the department '! made a splendid record and grad- Astor, Vincent owning the southern

is going down through the I''ity as a public speaker and drove his the second floor, as declared by Con- "was a year of high prices for uated with honors. He began his ''l half while the northern half belongs

drainage well at a rapid pace. ,I 1 j I: arguments home by his great earnest-' ley in his affidavit of confession, will, all classes of food animals." With the I practice in his home town, where, af1 1 1 to his cousin. It has been suggestedthat

A dozen colored men are at work ness. it is said, be ridiculed. I diminished production in the home I ter several years of successful work, ( the latter might purchase the

floating the hyacinths out the ditch j I Miss Edna Ewing Hyer delivered an It will be contended that Conley was market the department declares thereis ,I he went to Baltimore and took some southern half and erect a hotel on

and hooking them out on to the banks. oration on Vocational Education in in hiding on the first floor from about i: no longer a surplus for export. extra work in the John Hopkins University -I I I the property after the completion ef

The writer saw more of lake Chero- : which she pointed out the advantagesI 9 o'clock in the morning, most probably "The time has come," it says, "when I ; after which, he took up : 1 the subway as the need of a good

kee water today than he has seen I I I such as education made clear the duty with the intention of robbingsome we must conserve our meat supply." !, the practice in Birmingham in 1886. 1 hotel in that locality is strongly felt.

since his residence in Orlando. Fully of schools assisting the young mind of the women employes who 1! He loved the study of medicine and The Astor House was built by the

two thirds of the clear blue surface 1,I j in the matter of vocation. ,Miss Hyer came for their pay. MOTHER PASSES SENTENCE j was one.of the most successful doctorsof original John Jacob Astor, who had

shimmers in the sunshine today and,.i j possesses unusual graces and won for It wil be shown that many of the ': his day. : !! 1 his little fur store around the corner
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by the end of the week the lake will j j I herself much praise. incidents which the negro swears happened Chicago, June 3.-A mother was;j He was a man of wonderful busi-j i|
be dean. Tons upon tons of these I I I Mr. Alfred Hugh Link read an essay while he was secluded among called upon to pass sentence upon her ness sagacity and invested his money I 1 he secured the property from various

hyacinths have been floated out and on "Forestry as a Profession," the boxes by the stairs, occurred before 13-year-old son in the juvenile court in real estate which proved very I owners whose homes occupied the

thrown high and dry. Several colored and as this is a subject greatly to Frank went over to Nelson street yesterday after the boy had been profitable. :site. The men who owned the plot

men are in the water up to their j tie young man's liking and to which and, therefore, the negro must be ly- found guilty of snatching a pocketbook I Dr. Drennen had lived long enough(11 Rufus King, CorneliusILosevelt

arms floating the growth to the banks ]he has given much study, he was able ing when he says that he met the superintendent from a woman on the street. and in the times of the testing of the : Richard Harrison, Major

and a gang of men on the shore hook |to treat it from a scientific standpointand at the corner of Nelson Judge Pinckney asked Mrs. Anna : 1 people Qf this country, to exemplifythose John Rutherford, and John C. Costet.

it out. The work is being thoroughlyand he brought out many.-.va.luable and Forsyth streets and followed him Burek, who had heard the testimony characteristics of determinationand The building was begun in 1832 and

systematically done. Not only i points.Mr. back to the factory sometime between'J against her son, Joseph, to determinehis fixed purpose, for the good of the finished in 1836, when in May of that

are the hyacinths being disposed of,I I LeRoy B. Giles, a member of 10:30 and 11 o'dock. 1'! punishment. "You must earn the life of his times, that very distinctly year, the doors of the finest hotel in

but special attention is being given to the School Board, presented the di. 'I I II money to pay for what you stole," said marked the helpful men of his genI America at that time was thrown

draining and cleaning out every mos plomas and in doing so, gave the EUGENIC WEDDING IN SOCIETY I the mother. "You must promise to be I j''eration. Such men are the ones that open to the public and it has always

quito breading hole. )i young people some timely advice and i iMontclaire in bed every night by 9 o'clock or I'll ornament history, and, in fact, make I held a prominent place with businessmen

In addition to this work, in th complimented: the public school sys- N. J., June 3.The first ask the judge to send you away until the writing about a period worth!i i '.' I

same part of the city good street workis s Item. wedding here in which health certifi- your hair grows gray," was her rul- while. From his earliest manhood he I

being done. A splendid cement cul-j At the close of Mr. Giles' presenta. cates figured was that today of Miss ;, i was counted by his confrerers as one I >' WILL SHORTLY END .,

vert has been built over the stream tion of diplomas, five young ladies, Ethel Daniels Phillips, daughter of ing.The court approved the sentence. who exemplified those traits of char-J ywr

crossing the cemetery road and that,' bearing armfulls of beautiful cut flow Mr. and Mrs. Charles Gorham Phillips -. acter that made safe the keeping of i j !Special to the Sentinel.Washington .

road is being shelled in most excellent ers, marched in, kneeled before the of 171 Cooper avenue, and Aubrey -! knowledge of the conduct of society,I I D C., June 3.-After

manner. i five graduates and deposited the bouquets Luther Whittemore of Rodgers WHEN IT BECOMES A LAW and one who could be depended upon,I a lengthy conference, it was agreed
On South Lake street along the
: at their feet. Park, Chicago. : for the sacrificing of life, itself i if tonight to put cattle, wheat and oath
west end of Lake Cherokee dirt i is j' Tokio, June .-No legal action i in ,
I The thirty young ladies of the Glee Miss Phillips is well known in thereby principle and the life of the I meal on the free list with their manufactured
being haled in and the street widened Mont-I' connection with the California alien
Club clad in white
again marchedto claire society. She was community could be safe-guarded. i products. The President and
to the water edge. I land ownership legislation can be instituted
the front and sweetly sang their the Christian Union Congregational ; "It is not the single act, no matter ,I Chairman Simmons at a conference
That the street committee is work by Japan until the end of Au-
closing number. church. The pastor of this church, how brilliant, that gives a man his early in the day, decided to include
ing faithfully every one must admit I gust, when the. measure into II I
goes
Dr. John W. Stagg, one of the Rev. Henry E. Jackson, who performed proportions. It is the sequence of I II I I cattle and wheat on the free list with
who will down there. force according to Baron Yubuaki Ma
go ,
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greatest scholars and most popular the ceremony, recently announced acts, just as it is the sequence of:I sugar and wool.Reframing "
The City had a roll of $119 on kino, the Japanese foreign minister
pay
,
I public speakers in South Florida, then that he would require medical certificates I! points, in the realm of mathematics,I I of the schedule in the
that lake last week and will be much > in reply to inquiries made by Japanese I
delivered
the Class Address, which of all the men he married. that makes the long line. In the i House, the tariff bill was completed
greater this week, but no one will classic and ;I members of parliament. In the
was polished. analysis of metaphysics, each sing)tonight I bp sub-committee on which
begrudge the money which is being .. meantime, he said, negotiations be-
|! BASEBALL RESULTS IN THE BIG point is to itself, but in its effectiveness Stone is chairman. This committee is
spent in the interest of good health .1. tween Tokio and Washington would
I REMEMBER JEFFERSON DAVIS LEAGUES on life it is the line that enablesmen I t now ready to report to majority meet
and the good looks of Orlando. j I continue.
| to do their work, and the line i is ing of the Finance Committee at any
The Sentinel, like body I Prof. Chusuke Suyehiro of
every II Sent- Koyto I
d HI I! Richmond, Va., June 3.-The anniversary Special to the made from the losing of each single 1 time it is designated by two subcommittees -
believed that conditions were ba University, today addressed a meetingof
i I
i of the birth of Jefferson Davis I National point in the purpose for which one i isi yet holding sessions over tariff
down there and ought to be remedied.The I the leading business men on the
was observed throughout the State i Pittsburg, 7; Boston, 2. placed against the other. measures.
city council is doing it and doingit legal phases of the land ownership
today, appropriate exerdses being Cincinnati, 1; Brooklyn, 0. "Those who study men profoundlyhave I Hoke Smith sub-committee announced
well and justice demands that the problem as far as it regards Cali
held by various Confederate patrioticbodies. St. Louis, 3; New York, 5. learned that it is the tendency tonight that the revision of the cot-
gentlemen in charge, Messrs. Holland o fornia. He intends to sail for Amer
American of life that gives it its higher mean ton schedule will be completed and
Gwynne and Bennet be praised for the ica on June 21 to investigate the situa I
Philadelphia, 7; Detroit, 3. ing. There is a perpetual progress three or four more days would see the
good work they are doing. tion.
Boston, 3; Chicago, 2. toward perfection, without the slightest I end of their labors.
Any citizen who will take the painsto KNEW OF NO LOBBYISTS
New York, 2; Cleveland, 8. I probability of ever attaining it, In the Williams subcommitteemany
down there and see actual conditions
go Washington, 3; St. Louis, 2. I CONFESSES CRIME TO SAVE PASunbury L that not only makes an excellent ar features of bill are said yet to
and see what is being done Special to the SentinelWashington
Southern gument for immortality but the be slated for consideration it
,
was expected
will be gratified with the efforts and D. C., June 3.Afterthe
examination of Mobile, 10; Memphis, 4. Pa., June 3.-1 alone am reaching out after which gives alsoa however, that sub-committee
will tell these gentlemen that they a score of Senatorson
work. this the second day of the Atlanta, 8; Nashville, 3. guilty of the crime for which Fred dignity to the toil for bread and all J| reports would be made some time this
doing good
are a inquiry
into the President's charge that Chattanooga, 6; Birmingham, 3, 1st Nye is under sentence of death. 1 I the endeavors of an earthly existence.II week. '

erous and insidious lobby nun- game. Chattanooga, 3; Birmingham, fired the fatal shot and planned to It is this that enables us to live life .,'
influencing
WANT MINIMUM BANKING LAWSSt. was 3, 2nd game, called on account of rob Miller. Nye knew nothing aboutit man-like. j'I
AFTER THE
OIL
congress improperly to defeat free TRUST
sugar and free wool, the committeeadjourned ness. dark-I ," declared David Everitt, in a writ "Plenty we hear of those attainments I Special to the Sentinel '

Paul, Minn., June 3.Uniformbanking late tonight convinced that Montgomery, 4; New Orleans, I ten confession yesterday to District that bring us wealth, or give jl Corsecana, Texas, June 3.John D.

laws and the possibility of the task was hopeless and the charge South Atlantic i iI Attorney Strouss. I. us power, or make us famous. They I Rockefeller and H. C. Folgar, Jr., of

future legislation that will regulatethe of the President couldn't be substan I I Savannah, 6; Albany, 4. I Frederick Nye is under sentence o fare too much in the public print and I j New York, today, through Texas attorneys

bank director more stringentlywere tiated of all the Senators this for be Jacksonville, 4; Macon, 0. II death for the killing of Henry E. Miller I too often on the lips of men. Too little !' admitted they owned the controlling -

discussed by members of the National fore the committee during the two : Charleston, 2; Columbus, 2, 16 innings in this city last year. we attend to that which builds j, stock in the Magnolia Petroleum -

Association of Supervisors of days, only two have expressed |j darkness. I! Miller was found dead in his poolroom 1 in us character and makes us godlike j; Company and the Corsecana Petroleum -

State banks, the annual convention of belief that a lobby exists. These any Carolina 1 I' with a bullet hole in his neck. Both are good and have their place; i Company. Texas is suing

which is in progress here today. Several Hughes, of New Jersey and James are of Durham, 4; Winston-Salem, 3. The corpse had been robbed of $90. by the one civilizations are builded.[I for ouster and penalties, totaling ninety -
!
speakers were on the afternoon Kentucky; both these Senators under Raleigh, 5; Greensboro, 1. | Nye and Everitt were arrested and at life is colored and vision is given to millions dollars for violation of the

program, which also included a general cross examination said that whetheror Charlotte, 4; Ashville, 0. !i their trials, each blamed the other. men; by the other natures are influ State and trust laws. The Standard

discussion of the banking laws. not there was a lobby depends enced, dispositions are changed, vici- Oil Company of New York and New

the definition of what is lobby. upon DISSATISFACTION SPREADING I HIT BY A BASEBALL ousness is shamed and the kingdomof Jersey and sixteen individuals art
Rio De Janerio, June President God is builded
ANOTHER "GRASSHOPPER" OUT- All the Senators who have appeared within men. The one parties to the suit

BREAK induding both Senators named, were Fonseca has begun a personal investigation 'Special to the SentinelChattanooga we try to perpetuate in the bronze A fine of $8,150,000 each is sought

positive in their statements that they of the strike of street car employees Tenn., June 3.Jim and in the marble. The other God 1 from Jno. Archibald, Charles M. Pratt,

knew of no corrupt methods which has been on for some I mie Gillispie, third baseman of the local perpetrates in that unseen force, ignoring L C. Ledyard, Charles W. Harknesa,
being
Washington, June 8.-An outbreakof practiced and said they knew days. Dissatisfaction has spread to dub, is in a critical condition in ages and descending from the C. N. Payne, Rockfeller and Folger.

grasshoppers was reported to the of the use of money to influence nothing Senators stokers on the steamers in the harbor the hospital here tonight, having been lives of good men of all time, changing Council for the State and Companies .

bureau of entomology today. This or maintain a lobby in Washington and seriously threatens other line of struck on the head by a ball thrownby civilizations and recasting them for hold a conference today and

makes the fourth appearance of the"hoppers" or elsewhere. industries.J. Ptcher Hardgrove, of the Birmingham higher aims. It is the effect of this the trial proper, begins tomorrow.

In the country. They have Club in the game this afternoon. force that is impressive and teachesmen

been in New Mexico, Idaho, and California. A. Elder, of Panama City, has Physicians declare his skull is fractured to observe that as history makesits WEATHE RREPORT

"Hopper" outbreaks in other Insurance, real estate, lout and about four aces of cabbage about and his recovery is very doubt page which records the upward Local thunder showers Wednesday
parts of the country are feared. I rental Curtis 4 0'N tL ready to market ful (Continued on Eighth Page.) and probably Thursday. .

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Oviedo, Fla.,June 3.-Mr. and lrs.I I
Wheeler have returned from :New
York. Gifts Please Bargains! Bargains! !
to
Miss Clarice Hand, of Sanford, is :
visiting Mrs. Marshall this week.

Mrs. Marion Drawdy has as hei I "" .. Special Bargains during the remainder of this month.
guest Miss Ferris, of Key West z' Shoes for men ladies, misses and Children, in all styles
Miss Elida McCulley is entertaining G and colors high and low, cut to suit the taste of every
be safely purchasedfromus : =
May
MLjS Harris of Sanford. body. .All shoes will sell at 25 per cent off.
Mr. Charles Lee, of Lake Charm,, s Ladies' Shirtwaists from ISc up.
is home again after a several weeks', where everythingis YM f Ladies' Dresses, in all styles and colors, French
:
trip north. f Gingham, from 9Sc up.
Mrs. Yonge and Miss McSweeney i : f Children's Dresses, in all shies, sizes and colors,
entertained the Oviedo Magazine Club; guaranteed. .1 T-; from 23c; up.Ladies' .
Friday afternoon. We had a most: :;.. Skirts, in Linen, Pique and Serges, in all
pleasant social meeting with a read- : styles, sizes and colors, from 9Sc up.
ing by Mrs Luther. Dainty refresh: .i Dry Goods at a special reduction.
ments were sened. ;I Ladies' and Children's Rain Coats from $1.98 up.l.adies' .
Last Tuesday evening, Mrs. Rober- 'H '+: and Children's Ready-to-Wear and Trimmed
son, of Geneva, invited a number of Allen & Co. # Hats from 25c up.
friends to spend the evening with: Men's Clothing, such as Blue Serge, Mohair and
her and hear Mr.Evan Pattishall,who Cashmere Suits, all from $8.00 and up.Ien's .
has been studying the piano and pipe:' Alpaca Coats from $2.00 up.Ien's .
organ in New York for several years, from 9Sc
JEWELERS Pants, all kinds, latest styles up.
perform. It was an occasion well Boys' Suits in Cashmere, washable Suits in all styles {
[Worth mentioning as it is rare thatanything : .
; and colors, from 50c up.Boys'
so enjoyable comes our way.
I Pants from 25c up.
As well as Mr. Pattishall's music, Orlando Florida Men's and Boys' Bathing Suits,all sizes, from 48c up. }
there were several other features, a Men's and Boys' Felt and Straw Hats from 25c up. Y
leading by Mrs. Dooley, a vocal duet: Notwithstanding our exceptional low prices, in addition
by Mrs. Roberson and Mrs. Pattishall! we give away premiums in chinaware to everybody ,
a vocal solo by Mr. Philips. Altogether -,: who trades with us.We .
those of us in Oviedo who were want your trade and we assure you that we will
present count ourselves fortunate. : give you the best merchandise for your money. We guar ".':
Thursday evening Mr. and Mrs.{' J refunded. Come and I Iconvince '
Our Department at antee satisfaction or your money
Repair
Willingham Lawton entertained for yourself, your trade will be appreciated.
Shoe
gent for the Snow
their brother: ,Mr.Cater Lawton. Thir-!' If you would be posted be a daily visitor to this store.
ty guests were present. Each one addressed your service always.Everything .

some in such well a known manner book as or represented magI-' I H. Kanner's New Bargain Store, Orlando ;

azine."Mr.Charles Lee and Miss Mary1:
Lcinhart proved themselves the best!I .::::::::::::f!: ::::::::::::,',:::::::" :," ,,," ::::IIIIIIIIIIItJllllllll

guessers and were given "The LightThat ; jiMiitititimmiMtMiiimiitimititMii
Failed,"and"Purple Stockings,"j
for getting the greater number of I
Books Magazines properly named. in DrugsWE 1 '

Next was a new version of the old
game, "Cross Questions and Crooked' LISTEN : THE OAKlAND
Answers." The last game was a mu- !
: THE PUREST AND BEST
sical Mr. Reap played a number DISPENSE ONLY Worth ,
one. 1,000 Books of 20 Tickets Each, $2.00 now I
of familiar songs. Mrs. Crawford' Selling for 50c at The Arcade Restaurant, The Lucerne i THE CAR
knew the greatest number of these Co. Theater and Magruder's Livery Stable.
and was given a prize. Mr. Reap re' Delaney Drug THAT EVERYBODY
ceived a box of candy as consolation 1: We want to get everybody in the habit of spendinga
and profitable hour each evening at the Lu-
as he didn't have a chance at first WATKINS BLOCK PHONE NO. 2TRY pleasant IS TALKING
prize.Ices and sake were served which: cerne. I
was as much a pleasure as the games.'' GET A BOOK AT ONCE, WHILE THEY LAST. ABOUT
Mrs. Hunt, who was away for a:. tlllllllllIIIIIIIIII18tI3.tl"tlttt.!

visit with her mother, has returned':. OUR irK CREAM: 1IIIIIIIIIIIII_ : ASK FOR DEMONSTRATIONSEE
home. i I. -4-----
The Oviedo ladies are becoming interested -I c I
in organizing a chapter of::I The Best Ever

the The U. D.new C's.brick store building is'i i:. READ THE SENTINEL L FOR THE NEW: MAGRUDERiiioiiticiiioooimnintiiium

practicilly completed and is a credit:'- j
Printing See U t
to our town. For your .

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is to train and put on all kinds of;securing many other small donations I
When President Wilson makes a There are those who think the athletic exhibitions or games either I for like purposes. For the Next Fifteen DaysWe
statement, by reason of his reputationfor Civic League too officious in their efforts in-door or out-door, and to maintain
candor, honesty and persistancythat at Municipal house cleaning.I 1 I a gymnasium and club rooms. I GOING AWAY?
statement carries with it weight Now the Caesars should bear in mind I I

that will attract not only attentionbut that when woman reaches for the bal The DeLand News says: "President i I If so, don't forget to have the Daily will sell Lime at 90c
action. When he pointed out thata lot she is denied it and told that:1 Hulley announced last night that W. Sentinel follow you-mailed every dayto
powerful lobby was hanging around house keeping is her business. Then I 1N. Sheats, State Superintendent of I I your summer home. No extra
Washington to defeat tariff legisla- why should we find fault with her for Public Instruction for Florida, had I charge. per barrel delivered,
tion the law makers took notice anda attending to her business. I made a donation of $50,000 and had I --- -
resolution was ordered an investi- City Clean up did not originate in, promised a similar donation each I Tomatoes are being shipped from five barrel lots.
gation of the lobby. Orlando nor do the women of Or- year; that the amount would be placedin j Wildwood in small quantities.
The resolution adopted by the Sen- lando stand alone in their efforts to the student loan fund. The amountof
ate to investigate the lobby providesalso get the alleys cleaned up and keep the the donation, while not large, madea !I There are 56,527,000 cattle on Unit-!
that- flies out of the cup of coffee. It is a very pleasant impression on the au I ed States farms. Florida MetalCo.
"The committee shall further inquire nation wide movement. .
and report (1)) whether any Sen- "Orlando, Orlando, Orlando," quoth I,, i
ator is financially or professionally "Whither, 0 whither 0 whither so McNEIL-DAVIS BUILDING .
interested in the production or manu spry?" II IINEW I I
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facture or sale of any article or articles "To clean up the alle'sAnd
mentioned in said Tariff bills chase out the fly! I
and if so to what extent, or in any Then I'll have fewer old coffins to buy"
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a Senator; ((2)) whether any Senator ,
represents or is connected, professionally The school at Orange City closed I I::I
or otherwise, directly or i i last Friday and the children are mak- Cool
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indirectly with any person, firm, as-', ing plans for a happy summer of re- GOWNS, ETC. II 11
sociation in''
or organization engaged :creation.
the manufacture,production sale of
or
I 2000 Val. Lace Insertion at 1 and 2
any of the said articles. Wednesday morning Jasper was visited yards I!
This strikes straight at the roots I by a fire which destroyed the bus-
of tariff corruption. Tariff reform in!iness center of the town. The loss cents per yard at :. Fireless CookersAND
the past has been burked not merely'is estimated at fifty thousand dollars. I
by lobbyists. It has been burked by'I :

Senators who were legislating money The Miami Metropolis says: "An McCULLOCII'SDEPARTMENT ,
into their own pockets. other great possibility for the reclaimed -
This investigation will catch two Everglades is the growing of
classes of men. First the senators bananas in large quantities." STORE ELECTRIC FANSTO
who had large interests for protection -

and who bought a seat in the It is understood that the fruit and 124 South Orange Avenue .
Senate in order to be in a position to
vegetable crop of the Plant City sec- KEEP COOL WITH
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look after that protection. Secondly,: tion will easy reach the half million OPPOSITE POST OFFICE
those men who after they get into I mark by the close of the season.
the Senate become stock holders in I I [ELECTRIC l[ IRONS AND TOASTERS[
large, enterprises by trading their The Orlando Citizen says: "Build- llltMMMMIMIIIIIMIMMIIMMMMMIIIMMMMMCEMENT :
'vote for stock. The Senate resolutionis .
ing operations promise a busy summer N i
intended to reach both these classes. .and plenty of money for the artisan iI I FOR COMFORTThePIERCEELECIBIC
This is the way many deals are put I and laboring class."
'through in state legislatures whereby I Brick KI! BrickI Brick tl! i -

individual members rake in side) The thirteenth annual commence-
,emoluments, and benefits.A I ment of Stetson University which has I
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the Sea In Ships
The McElroy Pharmacy have a remedy When the Florida Press Association These Brick are better than Clay Brick i HAND BUILDINGi4HiHimMIIMMIiMMIIItttMH
that is guaranteed to cure Sea meets in Tampa in June, Secretary I i
Sickness. If you contemplate a sea I Roberts of the Fort Myers Boardof and they are cheaper I I
trip, be sure and take with you a bot-I Trade will present an invitation to I- -- ....
tle of McElroy's Sea-Sick remedy. If them to hold their 1914 session in HIRE
FRANK HYRES FACTORY IMPERFECTIONSAt AUTOMOBILE FOR
it does not cure money refunded. tf Fort Myers, "The Gate City of the
I Those make for
wishing to trips
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Up-and-doing men find just as muchof Maker of Artificial Stone I about one third less than usual list business or pleasure, should see mt
valuable information in the adver- .An. athletic club has been organized prices. Perfectly good casings, except for prices. Prompt service guaran-
tising pages of The Sentinel as women by.the young Cuban citizens of Tam- ; Telephone 159 Livingston Ave. on R. R.nmiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiHiiiitiiiiiiiHiiiiiiiiiii. for minor defects. I. W. Phil- teed. C. W. Willsey, Orlando, Fla.,
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The Daily FATHER'S DAY JAPS SLY .AM FOXY for the position he tries to fill beinga 'I".I"'I"Oelllll'I" .I"'ltt"'IIII'tl'.

South Florida Sentinel I II According to New York dispatches politician who gets the office as a p+........ ...........aur-----------
June 16, \\e are gravely told in a reward for services rendered and the

MORNING AND WEEKLY I circular from Spokane, Wash., will be: another Japanese plot has been foiledin office he gets is run by clerks. :
the nick of time. Within the last
-n-- n ---, Father's Day. No doubt those back The above taken from a 1912 repon I FIRESTONE TIRES
Entered at the poet office at Orlando few weeks eight Japanese waiters /
Florida aa Second Class Mail Matter. of the movement are sincere enough, shows how unreliable these may be.
but we doubt very much if Father I 'employed at the Army anda1. Club In all great cities the problem is s v Are standard, and represent .
and two more at the United States
SUBSCRIPTION RATES ; I himself gives a hoot one way or the to keep children in school for the ten- the best that
Service Club have been very
: other. Father is for the most part discharged.The dency is by poor parents to take
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THE DAILY SENTINEL rather unemotionalsoul day might have come when one 1 R goes to make up a dependable .
a common sense, them out old Thisis
One year ... ...... .. ....$5.00 I(of these Japanese waiters, as he serv- as soon as enough. SHE I
of
well for hisI length
bent
Six Months .. .. ... .... 2.50 on providing I(ed the would overhear an a fact beyond all doubt. P1 tire, guaranteed
family getting in the world and soup army i their service ;
on [
ll'hreeIonths ... eo eo... ....... 1.25 I'officer reveal the secret that there !i j $ for 3,500 miles.
finding time enough to indulge in CLEVER COMMENT is due to the !

By Dew carrier in Orlando, CO cent per some favorite, and for the most part j'Hook, or a retired navy shrdluupuwere "Uncle Joe" Cannon was visiting strength of theirJ t? u'
coast-defense j
fetnth, Daily and Sunday. harmless, hobby. He knows his lim guns at Sandy
: bankers around
town recently. In the building. Get the.A,
:'moment of indiscretion let out thatit
The Orlando Morning Sentinel can be found itations and has no inflated notions, olden days the bankers visited "Uncle
.n salt in Orlando at Curits & O'Neal'i Book of his own importance in the world j':' was possible to reach the Navy Joe." Times have changed.-Washing-i book-"What"s f L TIKE ADJUSTMENTS-
Store. Yard by way of the Brooklyn Bridge. What in Tires." "
He knows he would like to have j !
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We will appreciate prompt complaint if Before the night was over, the Tokio Will of course be neees -
more play time-more fishing trips, : Ask t
delivery is not properly made by our carriers. I War Office staff would have trans-
-- -- ------- and more golf, and he knows, also, 1----1'' the Bookf sary sometimes, but we
Adevrtifiing rate will be furnished on application. that it is no heroic sense of duty but J'I lated' the code cable giving it the him remember that : '" 4
will
the country is' make all adjust
That is the decided on :
the'job 'news. way wars are ?
grim necessity, that keeps him on looking on.-Philadelphia Record. .
THE WEEKLY SENTINEL when spring bekons towards the and nations ruined or rescued. I Rims, : ments right here-no expense
lot year by mail, postage paid ........1.00 ( Eternal vigilance is the price of ;
open or the base ball park. j, the returning tire to
Address THE SENTINEL Orlando Florida. I In the dire Among American army posts
He loves his family and there is no | safety. country's piesent '
Most
Office 101 Court Street. Arcade Building emergency every American knows that have been abandoned may be factory, or waiting to
Phone 24 limit to his sacrifice for wife and ht.I mentioned

-.--. - -- tle ones. He will do his neighbor a,1, 1 that the army and navy to a man will Journal. Armageddon.-Kansas City Miles hear from factory.

J. F. SCHUMAN, Editor good turn and the needy are provided do their duty even if they have to pass y Per

JOSIAH FERRIS, Proprietor for through his generosity. Govern-" 1 the dishes round the table at their Illinois is to license chiropodists, Dollar

ment is becoming better because he i favorite clubs. .. .
thus raising the common corn to the /. /J"//// t 17Jll JJJ I 1 /J/HJ J/J I//J J'JJ '
WEDNESDAY JUNE 4TH, 1913. wills it. Science and invention owe!' Japan evidently encourages this dignity of disease.-Detroit I 1 RED TUBES-

their all to him. Civilization itselfis line of conduct only from a sense of I Press. a Free 21"r'

Orlando grows bigger and bigger his. Ii I I precaution or preparedness. It is I Ii At ordinary gray tube

every day.have But with it all he acknowledgesto hardly possible that they are nurs- i prices.
the
Probably best way to keep wo- "r' ,
ing notions of war as there can be
0 himself that he is just an ordinary I I men off the police force is to tell them
this time. That
you met the man who asks: mortal, full of faults, selfish even in. no reason for war at that they'll have to travel in plain /

"Is it hot enough for you?" his generosities and unworthy of be- the relations of the two governmentsis clothes.-Chicago Inter Ocean.

o ing held as an example for future evidenced by the fact that Japan
up

have From a safe all indications and sane ,Fourth.Orlando will generations.That is the. way father feels aboutit. I I I has Panama Japanese just Exposition.recently exhibit voted at the$600,000 California fora the This congregation is the time begins of the to year feel when that I. W. r PHILLIPS & SONS o

o If his son however cares to weara the minister needs a rest.-Norfolk '

Orlando has not even had a game thus rose in Father's honor, very well, Landmark. ,

far this season. 'Twas to be expected. if not, there is nothing lost. Father LOOKS LIKE JURY FIXINGMr. -

o would much rather have a half-hol I I I If temper certificates are added to I II : (Temporary Location)

"Shop early," Thursday, the stores iday for himself than a whole day devoted Burton W. Gibson, a prominent those of health now demanded of I

will observe their first half-holiday, to honoring him. lawyer who has been twice tried on
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prospective partners,
closing at noon. I a charge of murdering his client, Mrs. will not be such a lottery.maybe-Richmond marriage : 6 East Church Street, ORLANDO, FLORIDA
Szabo, in order to get her money, I
o ARMY AND NAVY EXPENSIVE i Times-Dispatch.
The Sentinel has helped to make which he was managing presents a t .4 c. r .t..e.IIII.. . . . . ..
perplexing question to the trial court.In -- -- - -- --------.TTTTTTTTTTYTT
Orlando, and is still helping to makeit Those who advocate the maintaining I
both trials the great majority of
a greater city.
of a great army and Navy do not asa I
o the jury was for conviction, the last ..
rule give out figures of the tremendous -
Give Mexico another president and trial just closed, the jury stood elevento

there would only be another of expense of such. one from the first ballot and it was
crop The first cost of course in the navy;J JUNE WEDDINGWhile
"rebelistas" of some sort or other. impossible to budge him from his po-
is the battle ships and in the army is I
o sition. It is intimated that a detective
permanent headquarters. But the expense -
Seriously, is there any other man in i will be set at work on the theory of
that follows and is constant!
I
the country who, accused of being is even a greater drain on the treas-!I jury fixing. The facts in the case "Dan Cupid" never quits his job or loafs, yet the Month of June

jagged, could convert a trial into a and I are: seems to be his most active season. June is always marked by its numerous
ury. Feeding clothing an armyis
carnival? a great Gibson, a New York lawyer, was weddings, which means that Gifts for the Bride, Gifts for the Groom, Gifts

o is one of expense.It the functions of the war charged with murdering Mrs. Szabo, for the Bridesmaids, Gifts for the Best Man and the Attendants, and Wed- ,

When we get swimming pools in department to maintain a commissariat. his client, by strangling her in the ding Gifts from all your friends, if you happen to be the principal, and to
the schoolhouses, what inducement waters of Greenwood lake on July 16 friends if the much in order. t
This branch of the army your they are principals, are very
will be left for the idea serv-j last. The state sought to prove that
young to play ice alone issues 30,000,000 We offer you our magnificent metropolitan stock for your selection, a j

hookey? year, and the United States is not a.I Gibson killed the woman to gain pos- stock in which you can find the latest and best creations of the finest Silver- i
session of her estate
o military country. For an army of I amounting to smiths, Jewelry Manufacturers, Glass Cutters and China Potteries in the 1
After the season for eating bichlo- about $10,000. Gibson contended that
100,000 men each day's rations require country. i
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ride of mercury comes the open sea- fifty tons of meat, fifty tons of bread, the woman was accidentally drowned The stock is so large, so varied and so complete that a detailed descrip- !
when the boat in which
son for eating toadstools instead of fifty tons of potatoes and forty tons they were tion is out of the question. We only ask that you visit our store, carefully 1
mushrooms.Ten rowing overturned, throwing both
of other food. Some idea of what it inspect our stock, secure our prices, and make your purchases with the feel.
into the water.NECESSITY J
o means to provision the navy may be ing and assurance that you are getting the greatest value and the most up-
cent theatres have been improved
so to-date merchandise.
obtained from the fact that 0000
that there is scarcely: anything TAKES CHILDREN
of dried eggs and 26,000 pounds of 1
to add; except in some instances, better OUT OF SCHOOL
REPAIR AND MANUFACTURING DEPARTMENT
hydrated vegetables were part of the
ventiliation. I IIf
I stores for the last United States battleship
---o- The United States Bureau of Edu-
fleet to make"the rounds of have laid in bureau drawer in box :
A Kansas Judge says that most cation has issued a bulletin on the you away your or a safety deposit ,

criminals he has seen are small, the world. The government must! subject of why girls leave school, in pieces of jewelry that you do not wear because of its old-fashioned form or 1

maintain supply stores of many other|I which it denies that it is because of mountings, bring them in and let us show you what wonderful transformation -
scrawny men; possibly they were imposed -
on when they were boys. kinds, of course and these consist of j i jthe pressure of economic necessity. can be wrought through the skill of our workers in gold and gems. 5\ .

0Here's practically everything used in the According to the bulletin, from one- Fine watch repair work a specialty.T.H.Evansthe. ,

s another idea on the segre- army posts and navy yards and by the half to three-quarters of girls who .
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leave school before --
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gation of races: Arizona authoritieshave entering high
and thread to camp and dreadnoughtoutfits. school could have
decreed automobile speed con. continued in schoolif

tests cannot be held on trotting The commissary departmentof they had desired. As the bulletin
the army and navy are of the very I is based
tracks. upon a survey made of Jeweler
o first importance, and the greatest care Worcester, Mass., the bureau is guiltyof
and skill employed in their
are conduct the somewhat
unscientific
Most of the people who are temptedby error
the appeal "back to the soil" are But, as may easily be seen, they of generalizing for a whole nation

those who can make an easier livingin : are provided for a strictly public from conditions in a single city, and OPPOSITE POST OFFICE \

the city. The other kind are not service.Money. that a factory town which gives an

tempted.It excess of employment to girls. EXPERT REPAIRING AND ENGRAVING.

o to loan on improved prop- Too often it happens that the headof ,

is natural to suppose that a man erty. S. Y. WAY. the bureau is wholly unqualified

does not marry because he hasn't --- ,

fallen in love. Is it the purpose of

bachelor taxers to tax him, so he'll


marry anyway? o AUTOMOBILEBULLETIN SILK STOCKINGS

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The reform wave seems to be with-

out bounds. The police of Pittsburg

propose to chaperon all sweetheartsIn

the parks, thus turning love's young

dream into a horrible nightmare.

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Some things are not easily explained. -

A grocer in Utah fell off a cheese For Day

box and broke a leg; an aviator and These are Bargains in Re-Built Cars. Each one is

passenger volplaned 1400 feet in a guaranteed to be in first-class condition, is fully equip. and
burning biplane and both escaped un
injured. ped and ready to run.



With the Orlando o Water & Light 1 1910 Cadillac, Good Condition, EveningWear ,

Company preparing to enlarge its ice

plant to double its present capacity, $550.00 4

another plant projected and ice machines .

being sold, makes Orlando an

ideal place to spend the summer.o 1 1912 Flanders Touring Car, complete,

$500.00. If
Even since reading the statementof


have young a been Missouri girl looking can editor not for climb that some a a tree bright pretty, we, 1 Model G. Four Cylinder Cad.. Our Personal Guarantee \ \\\s/\ / I


sarcastic woman to come back with ilIac $150.00 Accompanies Every Pair
the rejoinder that she can always find t

some monkey of a man to climb it for

her. 1 Studebaker "30" 1912, run less than N

o 4,000 ; extra tire etc. $800. Marion
The Pennsylvania House of Repre- B. I vas

sentatives have passed a sweeping I

statute for the recall of corrupt officers -, I

rupt ,judges.including Pennsylvania inefficient and has suf-cor- i San Juan Garage EXCLUSIVE MILLINERY PARLORS

fered greatly at the hands of corrupt I

officers and they propose to place the Second Floor

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Summer, Glorious Summer, is almost with us, and with it Look at' our Silks. In Tub Silks from 35c to $1.00 a yard. Look
at our Dress Goods, and then be frank and admit hat
comes everything of a nature that will give coolness to the In blacks etc., form 50c to $1.50.
our showings meet all demands, and that our prices are

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

Everything pertaining to Women's wearing apparel is with stock is as complete and comprehensive as any Metropolitan Look at
our wash goods with its
range upon range of new
us here, and those that have a distinctive individuality a shade Store, and at prices much lower than most of the Metropolidesigns and
colorings, that are equalled by but few stores in
above the ordinary are most in evidence in our stock. tan Stores.
the state, and are beaten by
none. Prices from 10c to
Look at our New Linguerie Robes and Dresses, from $3.50 Look at our Laces. The best factories in Continental per yard. $1.00*


to $10.50. Europe are represented in our assortments. Prices from 5c Look at
our shoes. They are the kind that give comfort
Look at our Children's Dresses, with all the new Swiss embroidery to 2.00 a yard. ,
wear, and style to the
owner. Let us show you, if
effects, Prices from 65c to $6.00 Look at our ready to wear hats. The New White Effects from you are
Missouri and if
not, then let us show you It
Look at our Ready to Wear Skirts, in Pique, Serge, Panama just in, and also the model hats that are priced to fit all won't any way.
cost you a cent to look. That is what we have clerks

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





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ORLANDO FLA. home last night. ., and Fred Wilmott, Jr., who were I 1 I If you want to buy or sell a house-

drowned in Lake Lucerne Monday If you have an apartment to rent or

I II II Mr. J. C. Doermer, of Jacksonville, afternoon, were laid to rest in the Orlando -''I are looking for a tenant-

I I I was in Orlando yesterday calling on cemetery yesterday at 4 o'clock,i j If you want to buy a farm-or have Do It Now !

Mr. H. C. Lobean and family left I] the grocerymen with fifty-six kindsof p. m., side by side. It was a sad I I(I a suburban home for sale-

yesterday for North Carolina. i j Heinz pickles. scene at the Tremont at the conclusion If you want to do anything with

jI I I of the services which were con.I I real estate-you can do it through the

Mr. J. N. Whitner, of Sanford, was] Mr. Jos. E. Phipps, of Jacksonville, ducted by Dean Sherrod and Rev. J.I I,I columns of the Sentinel.

in the city on business yesterday. I II commercial agent of the Mobile & Ohio E. Wray. For your own profit, be sure you Begin the month aright by
I The little boys were remarkably read the Sentinel.
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I railroad, is among the popular transportation -
W. B. Windsor of Detroit, Mich.,: men at the San Juan. bright and manly and will be missed buying
I GROCERIESatthe
was in the city yesterday on business. by many in whose lives they filleda !1 FOR SALEi your

part. But the Supreme Judge who .i -
Dean Sherrod will be glad to meet i
The Graham residence which is to doeth all things well, has prepared I 1 Practically new Rambler Automo new Store
all who are considering Confirmation
be one of the finest on Lucerne Circle : persons place for them in the great Beyond, bile, equipped with Presto lights, top,
in the Chapter House this
is now under way. where no harm can come to them. curtains, windshield, speedometer,
evening at 8 o'clock, when the second I I I
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To the heart broken parents, we clock, bumper, spare wheel with extra
'lecture will be given to the class he
is
Mr. P. B. Wieoff will leave tomor- offer our sincere sympathy. i i tire, tube and complete set tools and THE SANITARY GROCERY

row for Savannah, Ga., where he will ,i now preparing. I accessories.

spend several months. GOOD MANNERS I.I Also has auto trunk with two suitcases
0. L. Hodges, James Vallon, Henry for
touring. Reason for selling CARUTHERS
The Windermere hotel has closed Monks and Jos. Banks, making an It is to be regretted that some ,,, have no further use for car. & GORE

for the season and Mrs. C. L. Bryant i automobile tour of Florida stopped offa young people go into public meetings I!I Address, P. 0. Box 87, City.
leaves today for the north. i few hours in Orlando yesterday and take I
j forgot to their manners L-page-5-26-tf 6 and 8 East Pine Street
i I Phone 200
They spoke highly of Orange .
county with them. This was the lamentablecondition ] NOTICE I
Mr. !' and of Orlando in particular. '' I
F. L. Woodruff, of Seminole of some young people at' II

county, met with the Orange county i. the Commencement Exercises and byj I A special communication of Orlando I

Board of Commissioners today. i j Mr. E. L. Brown, county commis their rudeness and constant talking,i i Lodge, No. 69, F. & A. M., will be held' l
I sioner from the Ft. Christmas district annoyed people who were there for in their Hall Wednesday June
4th, at
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in attendance at the regular meeting ': lar session yesterday and brought his older people for that matter-cannot!I the funeral of our late Brother -- -- --- -

of the County School Board to- little daughter Nellie with him who afford to ignore the rules of good, Charles Drennen.By I TO DR. A.: PRESTON I

day. enjoyed a few days of city life with breeding by indulging their petty no- order of the W. M. I BOYD AND FAMILYThe I.

friends. I i tions. I L. S. THORNTON, -

Mr. Henry Heinmetz, of New York :, _ _ Secretary. members of the Emmanuel

state is in this county looking over The picnic that was to have been!]| TEACHERS' EXAMINATION I Baptist church will give a receptionto

real estate and may become a pur;: held yesterday afternoon by the i I The teachers' examinations for Orange -I t: BUY IN ORLANDO their Pastor, Rev. A. Preston Boyd I I
chaser. : i and family on Tuesday evening, June AUTOMOBILES
Daughters of the Confederacy the I FOR RENT
; on ;I:. county started yesterday. ThereI
i i lawn of Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Branham I are forty-five applicants; thirty-two I I Orlando has the best storjss-the the tenth at eight o'clock at the residence -I E. L. Murray .
Mr. John Thompson and wife of of F. M. Boardman, Esq., corner Office Phone 409-Residence Phone Ml
has been postponed on account of the whites and fifteen colored. best prices-the most courteous mer
Drennen's station, left yesterday for;;l death of Dr. Charles Drennen one of;: chants. If you doubt it, ask someone of Main street and Summerlin

Atlantic City and other points north' the Veterans. I I Mr. A. D. Arnold, the popular and who has purchased in another city. ,1 place, east of the Court House. PRINTING DONE BY PRINTERS
during the Everybody welcome.
summer.
j; 1 i accommodating night clerk at the San i -

I Rev. S. L. Wilson and family of Juan Hotel, is again at his posthtduty of NOTICE I Printing is not a trade but an art,
The walls of the old I NOTICE
one
story portion !i Oakland, were in Orlando last nig I, after sight-seeing trip to as followed in The Sentinel job rooms.
of
the Guernsey buildings arc' en route to South Carolina. Rev. Wi 1- j i Tampa. Go to Ivanhoe Park Thursday I Attention Kn-; In matters bordering on art, as job
now nearly razed and the new building -: Templars: You
;son has been in charge of the Presbyterian afternoon. Band concert, fine large work is done here, the question is not
will start are requested to meet at the
soon upward. i Asylum
iI I church in Western Orange I Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Mathews \\ho motor boat. Bathing and other I at 2:45 p. m. in full uniform to attend how cheap, but how good. The print.

I I but has resigned and accepted a recently sold their beautiful home on amusements. Learn to swim. Seethe I the funeral of Sir Knight Chas. Dren ed word or line should be more thana
Mr. S. W. Johnston of
DeLand, was .,charge in the Palmetto State. I East Jackson street, will occupy fun. 2t. nen. smear or a smudge or a streak.
among the visitors to Orlando : I I We
yes --- 'I are completely equipped to do
I I I apartments in the Windermere this G. E. McCULLOCH
,
terday. I
:i! Mr. Billy Beardall, after successfully I summer For Sale E. just what we say, having the newest

!I completing the law course at I Slightly used $2000.00 automobile.Would l ; C. and best type faces, up-to-date machinery .

Mr. H. M. Faulkerson, of Philadelphia ,Stetson University, has returned to I II I Dr. Henry L. Parramore, of Jacksonville consider real estate in trade The Brooksville and skilled workmen, and all
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was in the city yesterday in the Argus says the tomato orders are given careful attention,
: take a position in the office of Attorney and Dr. Paul J. for same. Address Automobile, Care
interest of I Burgess, of crop is steadily going forward. large small.
the .
Biddle Hardware CoPang m ,, C. B. Robinson. Mr. Beardall !I Sentinel. L-page-5-26-tf or Our prices are teas
ex-: Tampa, both former residents of this Four full cars
were shipped from the onable
I II j pects to leave within a few days forI I I city, are in Orlando .r considering the quality of
I.I today. They are I association packing house during the workmanship and material
Tallahassee to be examined for entrance :I(both traveling representatives for Shanibarger's for bicycles and past two weeks.ELECTRIC. If used.
Subscribe for the Sentinel I[ to the bar. wholesale drug houses. Sundries. tf.1 I you are not already a customerof
The Sentinel a trial order will convince

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BUSINESS BOOSTER.
THE HOME PAPERIt APOPKA A MIGHTY POOR WITNESS.He I CLASSIFIED

wants you on its reading list,
Business Boosters (classified advertisements : l.
recorded on its books, Apopka, May .-The continued Was Forced to Admit That He Was I ) received after 10 o'clock, e i ..

And then you will get it every drought in ths vicinity if doing much Not Always Truthful. I: midnight, will be run in the "Too Late
week and know just how it looks: Among the stories in "Pages From ,I to Classify" column.
damage to the tomatoes and orange an Adventurous Life," by J. E. I Boosters of five lines, or less-,approximately
It will tell you all about the news to feel the effect. 30 words-ont. time, 25
trees begin ton Murduck is one that Lord \pres-I'I
of this and nearby towns, Misses Lillian and Mabel, tie stone was wont to tell with cents; three times 50 weekly; one week
married dies, is born, !. (six daily and one editions)
Who ,
gets charming daughters of Mr. and :\Irs.S. tion. In A llotltttit'prO>mition at 1 month $3.00. 1
$1.00; one I
and who elopes or drowns. W. Eldridge, have returned home Hertford assizes a clover Irish barrister

There isn't a thing from A to Z from Stetson university Jar the sum apiHyred for the defendant who L P. COOK'S FISH MARKET. Phone ;i

that tends to help the town, was a poor letter carrier guilty of some 271. 5-28-tf

That the doesn't catch it up mer. irregularity. The chief :\\itiie>s> a;:ain:>t
paper "Play ball," is heard on all sides
it around.It I the actual was Anthony Trllllolll", FOR HIRE-Nice seven passenger
and quickly pass with : and Apvpka should! feel proud of its then a government |Mxt..ttuv in"I'tor, touring car. Large and roomy.I I
tells about your visitors, 4-20 tf J. B. MAGRUDER.BUY .
players. The players donate their1 After he had giver his testimony be f ,
titles emphasized, time and the citizens ought to assist was handfil over to the lawyer( for the A Vacation Hint
While all their points of merit are a let in Thornton Park, a nice
in the of finances as the defense for crux examination.
liberally way suburb in east part of the city. Carl '
freely generalized.It I expense of the team amounts to quitea "What are you?** demanded the keel Jensen.Do Before you buy a railroad ticket AV

tells the story of success, but sum of mone)'. The boys have won I Irishman in a N'rt'rt' and commanding for this or that summer resort,

screens the failure side, eight straight games. tone sonorous with a rich brogue.; you want to pick up an auto come in and look at our MidSummer -

And when the facts will make a Mr. and Mrs. John Cogswell arson "An official( in the |">:>tortice," answered bargain? If so, read the advertise Woolen line and let us make

mess, it simply lets them virtues slide.It and N. M. Cogswell and wife, leave I by the lawyer's Trollop.hnlsqurwoss."Anything somewhat| .astonished ment of the San Juan Garage. ; a cool Summer Outing Suit for ft'I
tells about
your
Saturday for Boston to spend the sum- ; elsedemaudtd( the OAK HILL is the beautiful subdivision you.
overlooks your sins, : We make a specialty of Nor-
icer. cross examiner with ;i snap. to the Northeast of the eity,ind
And puts an extra emphasis upon Ed Starbird is getting ready i to I "Yes; au author." Ttiis a little I still have some choice lots there folks and will be pleased to \:'

the birth of twins. erect an attractive dwelling on Central I proudly. Carl Jensen. show you a few of our latest '
It never deigns to tell a lie except "What S* the name of your last models.Men's .
avenue and Seeond street FOR RENT-Five room cottage with
book?
in personal praise, The growers are busy skipping tomatoes all modern conveniences. Garagefor ,

And then it does it clear and strong, and some melons and all expect 4'Barehe.t.r"Now. tell me.Towers-is there: a word of auto, or horse and buggy. Apply f Fashion Shop .
with its choisest phrase.In 515 East street. 5-15 tf
in for ker usual "
Apopka to come truth in that book?
Hand I
marriage, it Building .
writing up your share. "Well, it is what is generally called GOOD TIRES-Factory imperfections h.

elaborates with care, The weather has been very hot for a work of fiction at about one-third less than us P Cor. Church and Orange Orlando ,
And the bride was beautifuland "Fiction!" with scornful curl of t
says a
the last few days and rain is needed ual list Full line in stock. I I. c !
prices. J1/I/
the groom was on the square.It the lip. "Fictiou! That is to say __ !llf i1 nn"i!! j,... ; c I ..r
doesn't matter who it is that very much. there isn't a word of truth in it from W. PHILLIPS & SONS, 6 E. Church
defeated Winter Park
Jordan's river Apopka beginning to end?" street

crosses The tickets him, as saint and Thursday in a well played game of "I-I am afraid if you put it that

paper ball, 5 to 2.Mr. way there Isn't," stammered Trollop FOR SALE-My Place, 7 acres 2
him thither.It Save HalfPlastering
safely sends and Mrs. I. I. Turner are expecting in an embarrassed way. horses one two-horse wagon, one
tells about the darling boy who also 80 2% miles from
Mr. Turner's father and mother With a triumphant air the lawyer buggy acres
had a dollar raise, Moultrie Ga. for a visit. turned to the jury. Umatilla, Lake county, Fla. Mrs. E.
Leaves out his measley little tricks from "Gentlemen." he exclaimed, "how J. Carter, R. F. D. No.1, Orlando, Cost
Sunday is Children's day and an Florida. tf
and just recites his praise. can you possibly convict a man on
elaborate has been arrangedat
And there's daughter on the program the evidence of a witness like this,
your church and all WANTED Have an inquiry for
and day, the Methodist are who here in this court of Justice nn- Get Better Walls and
street gadding night invited. fifteen acre orange grove, with resi
Of all the rumor slow or fleet, i it cordially blushingly confesses that he has writ- dence. Give price and terms. A. R.
Rev. E. Lee Smith and family are ten a book in which there is not one Wrenn 17 S street Orlando.
does not Orange, Ceilings With Bishopric
wisely say. now pleasantly domiciled in Apopka.Rev. word of troth"Trollope D&W.

It paints out every blemish on the N.1.. McCall of Cuba, after had fallen squarely into the

picture of your I life, I. attending the Baptist convention in pit) digged for him by his unscrupulous FOR SALE-Full Blooded Jersey Cow Wall Board ;

And paints in every virtue of a. cross examiner, who easily won his Fresh. Apply G. W. Rines, residence
several days in Apop to
St. Louis, spent Easy Applybiakeyoarbnildingmoneygofarther
home that has no strife.It case with his clever trick. Lakeville, near Clarcona, On Any Building Job
learns to read between the lines ka visiting relatives and friends. Phone No. 20-22- Apopka, Fla. Mastle and surfaced with heavy fibre t
Mrs. B. F. Wilson and little ones d&w 5-31-3t board. Makes an enduring( surface the,
and find the tender spot. Duty. save time and get better results by us stays smooth. shrink
old have returned home after visiting relatives Never to tire, never to grow cold ing Bishopric Wall Board for walls and buckle or pull loose In any climate win
To blow not cold on young or ter or summer. Is moisture-proof, rat
GROVES TAKEN CARE OF
Palatka and Seville.Dr. ceilings. Costs 50 per cent less than
in to be patient sympathetic, tender; to proof sound-proof and fire-resisting
when the blowing should be hot. to love always-this is Plowing, mowing, team work, heavy plaster to apply-:looks better and lasts apt
C. P. McCall has just purchased hope always Sheets \ ft x 4 ft. come ready to
It senses all the skeletons behind duty.-Amiel.! hauling, etc. Having been engagedall as long as the building ply. Anyone who can drive nails can apply
1913 Buick and it is an attractive Prices low."Bishopric" .
a I
the closet door, my life in caring for groves, I am No More Cracked Wallsit

its big blue pencil throughthe An Appropriate Hymn. prepared to please you. Satisfactionin unPraised Everywhere
And runs car.The walls and ceilings are
line of work. L M. HALL
board of trade in cooperationwith every affected by the jars and moisture which
them o'er. The worshipers in an English chapel
lines that turn Eldridge broughtto 608 Division street, Orlando, Fla. crack: plaster. This Wall Board makes by Users
It knows about your weaknesses, Commissioner had some trouble to keep their faces 5.141 mo. a smooth, hard surface that gives lasting t}
bear the immediate necessity of repairing straight a short time ago. During the tatisfaction. Is displacing lath-and- Martie Wall Board I Roofing Mfg. Co.
little streaks of yellow, plaster everywhere for cottages bungalows ilearSinI.ckw.4 ptaane find remittance tof
your the roads running through the service some commotion was causedby FOR SALE fine homes public buildings, gar1536 were feet.of Bubopno M all Board. Ship t|

Just how smotth to smother and mellow.It ill reports. or city. Active work has commenced.The a gentleman who accidentally ignited Good Horse, buggy and harness- ages structure.out-buildings and every kind of and The it othor loot we fine.got from yon we bare on two moot,
show them box of matches in his
wax HAVEX8TMTKMoscow.
FRANK
a
knows what families live in Plymouth Association is finishing Call on or address, J. B. Walker, Orlando Saves a Month's Time .Pa.Investigate
the odds and ends for this season tf
and those most apt to fear, Fla. 5-27 Comes In sheets 4 feet square, read: This Todayl
peace, and they make a flattering report. for use. Goes on dry. Just nail it to
And whether it's just a' big mistake 5WH bare studding and walls and ceilings are
Some excitement was caused Thursday FOR SALE-A good boarding house,, ready for decorators the same day. You can see this vww
a sad domestic scar. iI centrally located. Call 105 West Edges meet evenly-no panelling needed. wond.erfu1. non-.
forest fire but
afternoon by a warping fire re
who and No skill needed to apply it. Saves a
It knows the man pays Pine street. 31-3t month's time in building. si.tingwallboard at
there was no damage. the store of any of the

every Whether man in it's town living, or cheerless Mr. G. lIarod has been appointed FOR SALE-Large Lot near Metho- $5,000 Anti-War p Bond dealers Examine named It carefully below.and Sieve

deputy sheriff and he bears the reputation dist Church. Whole or part. Withor Bishopric Wall Board is the only Wall learn bow you can make la."RI.Board .
giving that keeps him down. stiffened with lath. Kiln-dried building money to farther by it MM '
without Address wire.E. .
of being an efficient officer. dwelling or lath are Imbedded in toughened Asphaltusin lsbopri "for walls and wrings.
\Unlike the city dailies, that delvein I r ;. N. Coy, Irondequoit, N. Y. 510tfFOR
)Jr. Henderson and sister, Jean leave
scandal's sewer, FOR SALE BY
and Saturday> for Pennsylvania, where SALE OR RENT-Five-room
It eliminates the sewage retains
they will spend the summer. house; large lot full of fruit trees.

the good and pure. The city council has introduced a Apply 308, Robinson avenue -r - -

bill which has been signed by the WorksThe
governor
) Orlando Novelty
YOU ARE THE MAN WE ARE] GAS RANGE FOR SALE-High up
AFTER empowering the fathers to levy i eighteen by eighteen in. Oven and

If business that we want, taxes on city property. This feature Brailed. Five burner cooking plate.
i* your of revenue has been sadly neglectedand Call 207 America St 5-27-lm
Ours is the service that you need ir I

business. with the present arrangements WANTED-Farm of about 100 acres Mastic Wall Board and Roofing Mf g. Co., Cincinnati,06 o
your I should class with all modern
Apopka (g
I
Now is the time to make your plans i near Orlando. Give full description J
towns. and price. Address "Farm"
so as to share in Orlando's prosperit;, Q'SH
little \
live 5-27-7t
The Apopka News is a Sentinel Office.
-good printing brings good business
and Editor Byars is kept so WALL BOARDMMntttltlltliMMIIHIilMMiiltlHmtHMMMHj
We are only an arm's length fron paper WANTED-Some one to start a laundry -
has
busy in view of this fact that he .
1 at Winter Garden. Good opening
youReach but little time to play ball. They art-I r f. p'J.tt..l,9 Y i for the right party. Address Box

for the Telephone.The prepared to do all kinds of job wort 27, Winter Garden, Fla. 636tDltwEVERY
Sentinel, 107 Court Street., "
and have the latest type, all new. "THERE 18 A LITTLE NOISE GOING ON.
Phone 24. BODY'S DOING IT
.
Mrs. William G. Talton and children pocket and was: trying; to put them

leave about June 10, when shwill <' out. while his alarmed neighbors struggled Automobiling, we are open for dates

We are unalterably opposed t o visit Mrs. Talton's people at Anthony eqnallf hard to help him. picnic parties, or a crowd for an and Go
lie Camping
woman doing man's work. Believin;: a few days thence to Connecticut The minister being shortsighted, evening drive Call 360 or ask for Take e Family O

thuS we think the legislature shoul d for the summer, where her mothe r could not make out the reason of the C. W. Willsby, Careful driver. 5-13-tf
take notice of this important matte disturbance and, thinking to diplomatically the lakes on
and sister will join her in their summer cover the incident he innocently Spend the summer on one of numerous
and pass a law forbidding wome I FOR RENT

kissing each other when they meet. home. I "Brethren said:, there is a little noise going Nice large rooms, furnished. Con- the Beach. Now is your time to buy,

sing venient for business people, also light
: on. Until it is over let us :
a 'Sometimes a Light Surprises.' house keeping. Delightful location'

with or without board. Terms very

ORLANDOA Dared Him to Continue.An reasonable. Address, "C" care Sentinel CAMP STOOLS . . . . . . 2o
GREATEST VALUES IN old Scotch lady was told that her office. 5.22 tf

minister used notes. She disbelieved CAMP HAMMOCKS . . . . . $1.50

it. Said one, "Go into the gallery and HttMtMHIIMHIMMMKerosene

KM" CAMP TEXTS . . . . $::1.50 and, up
She did so and saw the written ser

Regular DownpourOF mon. After the luckless preacher bad j Gulf Refining Co. Camp cots and everything to go camping.

concluded his reading; on the last page

he said, "But I will not enlar e."
The old woman cried ont from her :

lofty position "Ye canna: ye canna, 1.11 THE

BARGAINSg for your paper's give oot!" :


A Test-of Loyalty.A .: I HELMS HARDWARE |

Georgia planter( was continually I GasolineLubricating

missing; hogs; from his:' i>en. His suspicion :
COMPANY
By securing your personal fell upon Daddy Stepney, an old' '
negro; who lived near l>y. l but he..lidn t I

needs now, you can make more care to accuse the old man. Thereforehe I

devised a scheme to put him on his Oils and Greases
clear money than by any day'swork honor.'Daddy.
Stepney." he said one day -
you have ever done Everything after he had missed a couple of fat Axle Grease L

in our store is being sold porkers, "somebody's been stealing my SPEOr: : -

hogs and I can't find out who it is. ......

at a sacrifice.Be The trouble is I haven't had anybodyto
look after them. Now, you live
sure and visit our store. It pretty close by. Tell you what I'll do. I P.G.WALTON,Agent

if you'll take the job and be responsible -
will eventually pay you. Remember for those hogs I'll give you a shote PHONES { 450 FRIDAY aid SITURBAY

lookers are welcomed as po every Will you year do just it?" before killing time. 269 : .

litely as buyers. Old Stepney scratched his woolly bead I Orlando, -. Florida :

and thought a long time; then be said:
"Well, Marse Joe, I been livin' on yofolks' iHMtlltlllltMtMttlt : 25c Crepes at 18c

Ian' ever sence I wuz bohn, an'I

done wuk fo' yo' daddy an' yo' gran'- .
daddy, an' I done Sine urn true an' Paul A. 'Horn

Brown & LartigueMen's faithful. I know some scalawag'sbeen
& DUNN
a-stealin' dem hawgs, an'-yes. CONTRACTOR and BUILDER MISSES EABLTOI
sub. I reckin I'll hatter take dat job

and Outfitters an' look atter um to' yo', but I'm eho' REPAIRING A SPECIALTY.P. Corsets
Boys' Barclay
for
pine to lose in meat by it! -New Agents

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A: Centennial 1813By Storyof I ORLANDO O BANK 4 & TRUST 1 COMPANY 4 fI" l LUCERNE[ R [ 1 HUH[ [ "




ARTHUR TROWBRIDCF. Capital and Surplus and Undivided Profits $120,000.00. MOTION PICTURES

Total Resources over Three-quarters of a Million.

It was durtu the early part of the
til vttriitU ii'iiturj that a young man Statement of the Orlando Bank ant TO-DAY'S PROGRAM

Ana a girl were walking on vue ot Hit '
; Trust Co, at Go** of Boiiiuu
Leaches of the New Jersey toast Dot : 4 "HODOO'S PEARLS" . . . . . Reliance
far south of .Nework cit).. That I April 16th, 1913-The Seventh .
A picture story that is, very mystifying and inter-
region Is now and taken hotels up!but with it was sumwerresldeuces thena I A .' Anniversary of esting, full of nap and go.. Just the kind of picture -
you like to see.
desolate oieau shore, i inhabited only I Hi ExigenceRESOURCES
I who dwelt there all '
by people
country "NOT FOR MINE" . . . .
tbe year round. That the pair strollingon 'i . . .Majestic
the beach were lovers was evident I A rural farce comedy. A scream for start to finish
for at times they walked baud in baud : ..
and at times the mans arm encircled : ; Jr! loaM and Discounts... $363,197.81
i ; I II "AN AMERICAN IN THE MAKING" . ..AmericanA
tbe girl's waist. They were soon to Overdraft .............. 922.82
be married and were talking over their i Real Estate, Furniture story that is very interesting and educating portraying -

plan*. I I and Fixtures the life of an American citizen, showing
I II It II It 25,853.44
to The go the young next; man.day Cellar to; New Hart York, was to 11 t I I ? 'I StoW and Bonds ........ 26O1&83Banki some Southern of the California.most beautiful landscape scenery of

take a business position: tbe girl. I Cash on hand and In 38,287.61
Dorothy Ten Cjck. was to begin preparations

for her marriage which was I Total ...............$789,260.08 I
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to take place in a few weeks. It was I COMING THURSDAY
dusk when they finished their walk LIABILITIES
: A sensational and thrilling masterpiece in two
parts
Edgar Hart starting to walk north t '
ward to his home a mile away; Dorothy r'3 Capital Stock II II II.It,100000.00 "RETROGRESSION" . . . Broncho Feature
Ten Eyck to go to her father's i ? n Surplus and Undivided ,
Louse up on the bluff, a short distance era, Profits It It.It It It.It It 24,14155
back of the beach. On the way she '1. s Deposits It It..It.It.It.. 645.115.51 MATINEE 3:30 TO 5 P. M.
passed the house of Mother Van Gaas- I
lack, who stood in tbe door. NIGHT 7:15 TO 10 P. M.
Total ..II.... 7UJ O.OI
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"It's bad luck for you Dorothy, said
the old woman, "that you've taken up F I Y S 'TI' V
with Edgar Hart who is going to the "' '1.Vf 1000 $2 Books for 50 cents Each I !
I
city where he'll meet finer birds than Depositi April 4, M75.65

'you. ."You'll not see him again in theseparts. -:" Deposits April 11, 1111... MSJIUS GET ONE WHILE THEY LAST

"You will prove a false prophet. I UiltW States G.nruaeat, State and Gouty DtfMttwy InottM In 12 days ......$.72,2* JI HMMilMMIHI IM< HMMH
Mother Gaasback. Edgar is true as.stee I J _
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"Just wait and see."replied the other, ItttlllliiMHillMiHtlltllltMTHE
and, turning her back on the girl, who
was struggling to repress tears at the '11111111111111111111
malicious thrust she went Into the MARKET

house. I
Edgar had agreed to post a letter to
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his sweetheart as soon as it would be
convenient for him to do so after I W.M.SLEMONSP Of Cleanliness Of Quality
Ing the city He was to start reach-I .
light the next morning and hoped
reach New York by evening If he I P
FRESH AND SALT MEATS
wrote the nest thy Dorothy might get
a letter from him by the post on the f I :. Do you want to buy Men's Shoes-King Quality at 3.50, $4.00 or 500. i

fourth day after he left her I Women's Tan Shoes Tan Gun FISH AND GAME
Crosset Shoes at --}.oo. at $3.50; Pumps, $3.50,
The morning after their parting Dor- i
othy stole away from home to go to : Metal or Patent Leather Shoes or Pumps at $3.50.Ve have new styles and Kept under the best sanitary conditions.Eyef.thing .

the place where Edgar had given her I best quality.
his! last kiss. She reached the edge of I I : screened away from the flies, and kept fresh:
the bluff and stood looking down on I
the ocean The crew of a British vessel and pure.
Do You Want Boys' Suit Boys' Pants
anchored not far from the shore : a or
was making preparations for sailing I We invite inspection and guarantee satisfaction. We have

She was a man-of-war. and bad the I i : We have a new stock to select from The Men's Suits that we sell made by everything in the Meat Line.
couple not been absorbed in each other ;
the evening before they would have : Schloss Bros. are well known all over the country. They are worn by Lawyers,
I
noticed her standing down the coast : Doctors, Bankers, Merchants, Farmers, Skilled Workmen and men who appre- The !
from the direction of New York. Dorothy I PARLOR MARKET
saw a man on the deck waving I : ciate merit and correct style in the clothes they wear. We recommend them. ;

something white, but only for a moment The brand is of It is show these clothes and
a guarantee quality. a pleasure to j
since an officer ordered him to i
join those engaged in hoisting the sails. i : we invite every man who reads this paper to visit our store and look at them. H. M. Self & Co. ,
Dorothy surmised that a sailor seeIng I I
a woman on the shore was inclined to
salute her. The ship sailed away. : Just Received Mens', Mohair Suits 18.20 PINE STREET
When the fourth day after Edgar'sdeparture I
came round the post rider I
left no letter for Dorothy. She was I I Phone No. 80
sure one would come for her the next I
day but she was again disappointed.When .
a week had passed and no let- I W. M. SLEMONS MiHtMIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIHIIIIILIGHT

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ter came Dorothy was much troubled. .-
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Passing the house of Mother Ten Eyck
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the old woman called to her, asking
what word she had heard from Edgar, ':: THE
and Dorothy was obliged to say that 4 MllttllltHltflMtllltHtttlMlltttttttltttttlltttlMMttlMitltt mililltii
t she had not heard at all. .
"I didn't think he'd go back on you : PATH TO PROSPERITY'I I
so soon," said Mother Ten Eyck IF YOU WANT THE LATESTIN
"Well, you'd better choose some young
man who is content to stick to the plow
and not waste your time waiting for Merchants who use Electric Signs never lose
ODe 1Vbo U ambitious to become citlt'd. -
." their way by choosing the wrong road to suc-

Dorothy, stung to the quick, was THE LINE OF UP TO DATE DRY GOODS, CLOTHING, cess. You simply cannot fail to attract new
about to hurl the words back at the
old woman, but repressed the impulseand HATS AND SHOES, ALSO LADIES READY TO WEAR customers if you use an Electric Sign. It acts

JY,eels turning, mouths her back gassed, went and her no way.word DRESSES OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS COME TO B. 8ALOJ like an irresistible magnet, drawing all the

camVlrom tfd'gar.'Hborothy: was )oo' '';;; ..J HON. SATISFACTION. GUARANTEEDirOR: :MONEY;,.. < : :.. trade t_within,nits. teachM.. ;:That is.,the;..reason. "
proud to seek him. Bat at last one of
they command the attention of
the neighbors, who had business' In. New REFUNDED. buyers.
York when there went to the place
where Edgar was to hare been em i
ployed and learned that the young man For Every Store Owner:

had not appeared according to appoint. B. Salomon Orlando
went When Dorothy heard this she No matter how small his business, the Elec
was filled with forebodings worse than
tric is the and
her distress at being neglected. She 'llliiilMMIIMIMMilllllllllllMIMIIIIMMMIIMMIIIililiiillllil Sign cheapest most effective
feared that her lover had been mug 4 lltlittl advertising.
dered. :
I Phone for our Sign Designer to call and submit
"He went away to get rid of her MMIMilMiliimilllMiliMIIIIIIIIIMtilMMMH
said Mother Ten Eyck. "He never Intended I a sketch.
to atop In New fork. He's WELCOME TO
gene back to his folks In England." I WE OFFER YOU No Trouble to Us-.-No Expensejto You.

Every one except Dorothy acceptedthis
explanation. But Dorothy had ROYAL PALM I
THE MOST OF THE BEST
faith in her lover. She told of baring
seen a man on a ship wave to her the i
BARBER SHOPModern

day was after interpreted Edgar's by departure her neighbors, and this to and Complete. For the Least I W T[ & lI T CO.

mean a farewell from her lover to her.

Eighteen months passed, when one Everything new, Individual COOK
WITH-GAS
day the missing man walked into Dor electric attachment at every Tender Meats
othy's home alive and well and caught Juicy
chair. No atone has been left eeeeeeee eeeeeeeieeeeeeSubscribe
ber up in his arms.
untamed to make this shop
This was his story. The night he
left Dorothy, while walking on the meet th erequirements of the I You can always depend on getting the best at our

beach, he saw a boat approaching.When -most. particular. Plenty of I Iroom. i market, and you will find there is a wonderful difference For The Sentinel.
It touched the shore half a doz- Courteous attendants.
en men sprang out, took him forcibly in meats. 0- &
ELUAH WHITEHEAD, .
into the boat that had
and out to a ship iiimiiiiiiimiiitiii
just dropped her anchor. He had been Proprietor.

captured lab navy by a press gang for the Brit- Orange Ave, Orlando, Fla. W& PIGUEI[ REDUCED LIVERY RATES DURING SUMMER i

The next morning he saw Dorothy ,
00 the beach and tried to attract her Horse and Buggy, per day $2.50
attention but was ordered to duty in If you miss your Sentinel, call BOONE STREET ORLANDO, FLA. .,
hoisting; sails. 1-2 day 1.50
He had been compelledto phone 24 between seven and nine -

to serve the British the interval navy and since had his received capture o'clock and a copy will be broughtyou PHONE 105 Carriage and Pair, per day 4.50

quit a sum of prize money with by special messenger.If "
1.2 2.50 :
day -
which he had at last succeeded in mak iiiniiHiiiiiiiiiiiiiinniiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiRead
lag his escape He married Dorothy l
have house for
rent ad-
a ,
and store with in New his capital Tork.r he opened a snul vertise you in the Sentinel's classified col the Sentinel J. B. Magruder & Sont ;

umn and get a tenant Daily ilMHMIMIMMMMIiMIIIIMHMMMMMIMMMt*

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(Continued From First Page.)
Louis C. Massey, President
move of the world's life that "Strongmen
T. Pkton Wfcriow. VkL.Pm. 8. WiUn How* CuU are like the wind. Weak men are
Howard C. Etbcotk. A* ', Cuhkr Samuel A.Newell Au't holier like grass. The wind blows and thegrass
bends."

THESTATE highly"The with world each is succeeding appreciating year,more that I What is theCHRISTMAS

"a good name is rather to be chosen
than great riches." To move among I

men, in church and in state, in the
BANK home and on the street, and witness SAVING
that you seek a city that hath foundations -
whose builder and maker is God,
is to exercise an influence that will establish -

of Orlando the city whose builder and CLUB ?
maker is man. Righteousness counts
not alone for the hereafter, but for
the now. The danger to any civilization -
is not that it will lose its life
THE OLDEST BANK IN THE CITYAND through pestilence or famine, but thatit Merely) a number ol people who arrange to systematicallysave

will lose it, by first losing reverance certain odd pennies each week with the positive assurance
for the Holy and the good. To be
afraid of nothing in the heavens that they Hill receive a check two weeks before

The Bank which transacts more business than above, or in the earth beneath, or inthe Christmas for every penny they have saved.
waters under the earth-but to do
between Jacksonville and Tampa
any Bank wrong-is the heritage of those who

reverence righteousness and value
character. This is the strength in
of this Bank has been built
The large patronage up
which do their work whether
men inthe
during twenty years by conducting its business on sound day when the city is in sackclothand You can save any amount from 2 cents week up.

banking principles with careful attention to the legitimate ashes, or the streets are full of
laughter; whether the church of God,
The the first
The confidence of the :
wants of customers. publicis
in poverty and in weakness, or inplenty 2"club" $11 22

reuected in the large amount of deposits. and in power, struggles with week nets you .
the world's sin. Obstacles count for
Average deposits First Quarter of 1913, $900,000.
nothing; the darkness on the hither
side of the mountain is proof positive

that the sun is shining on the yon' .
FOUR PER CENT PAID ON SAVINGS ACCOUNTSOur !
side; the waste place may be wide in
IT
WORTH WHILE !
its stretch and the eye may be strained -
as it peers into the distance, but in

located in Browning's tongue "What's a break or
correspondent banks are every part of
two, seen from the unbroken desert Call at the Christmas Savings Club Window and let us explain it more fully,
the world and include some of the largest Banks in the either side, when, to bring in fresh
United States philosophy, the breaks themselvesmay or better still Join some club now.

turn out to be the most consummate -
to train man's
. ...... . .. strategem
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ye-teach him what is faith. i ii
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TAMING THE MOROS PANAMA CANAL AND BUSINESS "It is this tendency toward goodness
i. that makes the will good man powerful. The Peoples National Bank"It
Imperfections always appear in
The wild Mohammedan tribes of 1 -
the Phillippines have been the great- | The opening up of the Panama Ca- any process of development. Theyha.e is "
to
est obstacle to orderly and peaceful I nal will not only contribute to the been conspicuous in all the great, a pleasure serve you.

government in the archipelago. The growth of the cities upon the Pacific, characters of time, but this tendency
Spaniards never succeeded in sub- the Atlantic, and the gulf coasts of toward the good strikes the light line
duing them,and prior to American con- the United States, but its beneficient so that as men move among their fellow NttM
trol of the island the Moros made periodic influence will be felt throughout every men they reveal God. The imperfections -
raids upon the Filipinos. The State in the Union. in the orbit of life is nothingmore IIIMItttlltlMIIIMIilltlHItilliltiHIimMmtMMHtlMMMMMMntlMtinN.

United States has been very success- : Not a manufacturing establishment, than the swing of the earthin

ful in keeping them quiet, and to not a mountain farm, not a merchant, her own orbit, she may swing a
this end the direction and assistance I Inot an industry of any nature, but thousand leagues, but she always remains -
of the government in securing them i l will, directly or indirectly, be bene- true to the pull of the north P. YOWELLThe
an economic dependence such as they fitted by the increased business activity star. It is pathetic to watch the endeavor .

never before enjoyed has been no; which will result from the opening of the creature to express his
small factor. Maj. John B. Finley, to commerce of the Isthmian appreciation of the immortal in his
U. S. A., who has had charge of this !;;trait. kind, when death strikes down the Big White Store
delicate mission, has inspired the good i t If the people of the Pacific slope of mortal part-but while pathetic, yetis
will of the natives to such an extent i j 11,he mighty Rockies and Sierra Ne- noble. The sorrow of this
tbat they have styled him "father"and 1 radas will welcome that opening withjeueral community is the mute testimonyto
"Uacher.1 i rejoicing, knowing it assures goodness and if we had all
Despite all assurances, the Moros, : j:hem a full share of trade of the of the fllowers in the garden ofthe ,
who are Mohammedans, could not be : 1 vorld, the inhabitants of the great sun, we might well scatter them
wholly convinced that they were to| ]\Mississippi valley are convinced thatt about his bier. It is ever thus. We ,

be left undisturbed in their religion, .: i means centuries of increasing trade know that goodness is immortalallwish .
and to overcome this uneasiness Maj. j 1;o their domain of fertile lands, whilehe to pay tribute to it. Balaam, the

Finley undertook a special mission to j j: millions of our population on the bad man, leaves a great word to the .
the Sultan of Turkey, the head oft atlantic coast know their industries memory of the good man: "Let me
Turkish Mohammedanism. Having I'! :md their commercial interests will be die the death of the righteous, and
successfully completed negotiations'; ;stimulated to unprecedented propoi1- let my last end be like his.

Maj. Finley is on his way to the Phil1 1:ions. "The soldier's tent is folded; the patriot -

lippines with an autograph letter from I' If the ports of Boston, New York, is no more; the citizen ceases
the sultan to the Moros which will ]Philadelphia, Baltimore, Norfolk, Wil- from his activities: the man of God
undoubtedly settle this point for the:' I:nington, Charleston, and Savannah rests from his labors. Is this all? A Watch This Space :
future. I| j ire visited by the merchant fleets of great preacher once said that

In the debate concerning the early ;) j;he world to a far greater degree than a good man, at his dying time, is like ,
independence of the Philippines, the '! I they are at this time; if they grow the sun at the setting time, when he

Moros are a factor that cannot be richer, more prosperous, and more draps himself in his curtains and retires -
omitted. They have never been conquered :populous through the agencies of business for the night, long after the .. .11111111111111 forSPECIAL 11111111111.,11111
but bur government has them j and the argosies of trade, as horizon has hidden his face from view, .. ,11111111111111. 4[] MiliJMiMIIMlif

subdued a degree that was never j .they will do, then Washington will his glory may be seen written in burnished A

possible under Spanish rule. Were : :share the expanding trade, enjoy the gold upon the skies.
the stupendous blunder made of | resultant prosperity, not only of the "There is a seat vacant in Israel &

granting independence to the Philip-, Atlantic section, but as the Capital today. No mean man can tm'tonly
pines eight years hence, the withdrawal i of the nation, that of the great West I he of" courage, devotion, sacrifice, PRICES!
of United States rule would be !and the Pacific slope as well. faith.
signalized by savage and destructiveraids I No state in the Union is in a position -
by the fanatical Moros. Between i to get benefit out of the canal DOING AWAY WITH DREAMS
them and the other inhabitants greater than Florida.. With her splendid .

of the islands there is no point of con-I ports and nearness to South Dream books may be a drug on the

tact, and in case of a too early granting -; American ports Florida will cut a market, as the booksellers admit, but
of independence to the Philippinesthe I prominent figure. that doesn't argue that people have H

Moro raids and incompetency and ,, stopped' dreaming. The same old .
political rivalries among the Filipinos ;; EDITOR .MADE GOVERNOR mince pie and welsh rarebit muse-
would;J>e sufficient to wreck the gov- ; urns;are on exhibition with their attendant
ernmentholly! apart from invasionor I horrors, and when a man tells
interference from the outside. Washington, June 3.-Richard L you that he dreamed last night that
I Metcalfe, of Lincoln, Neb., editor of he saw the elephant swallow the bull

MUSIC PUPILS RECEIVE PRIZE The Commoner, was today selected by moose all but his horns you don't
President Wilson to be Civil Governor
I in the
see anything superstitious combination
of the Panama Canal Zone. This was
in St. J 0seph's -you merely tell him to tame
The final examinations -
announced by Secretary Garrison, af- his diet and stop drinking. :
have been most satis-
Academy
ter he and Secretaries Bryan and P. YOWELLThe
factorily passed and as a reward for Be that as it may, however, a New N.
Daniels had conferred with the Pres- York doctor rid
their diligence, the Sisters have pre- says you can yourself
ident. of these nocturnal torments by
sented a coveted prize, a pretty harp-
each of the following Although Mr. Metcalfe was first becoming ambidextrous. When you
to
shaped pin recommended by Secretary Bryan, Store
students: Marie Wescott, Agnes use both hands with equal skill you Big White
Secretary Daniels and Secretary Gar-
Kamper, Mary Hanner, Frances Rock,I: can defy the rarebit and brave the
rison joined in urging the appoint-
and the of the dead
Edwin McDowell, Marie Barksdale,! pie, sleep sleep
ment. Mrs Metcalfe has been in news-
.
Isabel Rooney, Fran- totheworld.You lit.II111 I1II1 III It II"
Mabel Lundgren, . .
work all his life, and came into .
paper the .. .
see, right-handed maIJdreams
Edna and Willie Beck, - - -
Terry,
ces Kanner Fern and Ward national political prominence duringthe with the right lobe of hi AT THE y
Rosebud Wadsworth, Eleanor, Thompson, Lil- campaign of 1896, as spokesmanfor brain; a left hand man with the left The Woman's Club of Sarasota has "Fair and warmer" finally was the I Surveyor and the Pony Express,
Willie Kanner, Emma Mr. Bryan. Last year he ran in I lobe. If you are ambidextrous it becomes started a movement to raise money much desired prognostication of Uncle Frontier, a capital Western drama.
lian Dann,Antoinette Mayer, Valeria the primaries on the Democratic tick a lobeal stand-off, as it were, for a town clock on a tower above Sam's weatherman handed out Wed- Beauty Takes a Tramp (Nestor)
Nedley Lundgren, Minnie, Venters and Aaron et for Governor of Nebraska, but lost. and there's nothing doing in the the new Arcade building now almost nesday for Western Pennsylvania. A A delightful comedy.The .
nightmare stable. completed in that city, on the dockat sigh of relief went all over Westmore- Appeal (Victoria) A modern
Kanner.
BULGARIANS EVACUATE CITY Sounds dreamy, doesn't itCleveland the foot of Main street. They ex- land county, for things have been drama. .
Plain Dealer.Shanibarger's pect to raise $500 and have a dock woefully bedraggled this week and the THURSDAY-Tomorrow!II! Sheri-
Association of
National
The United week.-Monessen, Pa., News. dan's Ride ((101 Bison
dials visible from the land past ) in three
with four mag-
Postal Clerks of the State of Florida, London, June 3.-A dispatch from
their fourth annual convention in Constantinople says the Bulgarian for bicycles and and bay.Shanibaifer's. nificent reels.
held service will No change in *
Sundries tSubsmlM City free mail delivery prices.
the 29th and 30th of May. troops began today the evacuation of .
Sanford business on of importance was the Turkish seaport of Rhodosto, on for bicydes and go into effect in West Palm Beach Open 2 to 5 and 7 to 10 p. m.
transacted.Much the Sea of Marmora. for tM s.tIML Sundries. # about the first of July. Admission 5 cents to all.I *

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