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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 6, 1913
Frequency: daily (except monday)
daily
normalized irregular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando
Coordinates: 28.533611 x -81.375833 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1913.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 1, no. 269 (Dec. 20, 1913).
General Note: J.F. Schumann, editor.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 4 (Feb. 14, 1913).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Central Florida: Florida Digital Newspaper Library
Holding Location: University of Central Florida: Florida Digital Newspaper Library
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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Related Items: South Florida sentinel
Succeeded by: Morning sentinel

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Orlando-Progressive Center of the State


VOLUME ONE ORLANDO, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, JUNE 6TH, 1913. / '
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fLORIDA ORANGES r RIFF IN SENATE i' CIT RUS EXCHANGE GIGANTIC PLOT WASNIPPW D R. JAMfSON QUITS ABE B VOlPlANrS .




,' BREAK All.-RECORDS LOWfR\ THAN HOUSE !I D IVIDESNICE_ SUM BY OFFiCERS AS HEAD9! MERCER TURn STORlfS


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SINGLE CAR OF FRUIT BRINGS ; CONTRARY TO EXPECTATION SOMETHING LIKE $43,000 GOESTO LARGE
SEIZURE[ OF ARMS AND HIS RESIGNATION FOLLOWED
$2315 IN NEW YORK PERHAPS AND PRECEDENT, FINANCE THE IEIBERS-OFFICERS 1 PERCHED ON WINDOW NETTING
AMMUNITION BY SCOTLAND \
RESOLUTIONS OF TRUSTEES
LARGEST PRICE COMMITTEE WILL REPORT NAMED FOR THE COMING TW'O-Y EAR-ULD GLIDES TO
YARD DETECTIVES UPSETLTRAUNIONISTS' : CALLING FOR HIS RETIRE-
BROUGHT LOWER RATES EARTH AND ISNT HURT
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YEAR
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I PLANS MENT AS PRESIDENT
Who there is no in oranges Washington, June 5.-Contrary t June BUT VERY LITTLE
says money of I Tampa, 6.-Growers connected Special to the SentinelLondon !
Macon
Ga.
June I
ti.-Dr.
? While in S. J. Sligh's office expectation and precedent, the tariff with the Florida Citrus Exchange willet 1 Eng., June 5.: A gipanticconspiracy Jameson S. Y. New York, June Two-year-old
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yesterday he showed us a wire from J. bill, when it comes from the Democratic an unexpected nest egg of $ 5OOO. to arm ultra-unionists for i[ board of trustees yesterday his tendered to the : Harry Berger, on a chair, and with

P. Sauer & Co., New York, stating that majority of the senate, prom I At the beginning of this season grow the purpose of resisting coming Home I I Ii president of Mercer resignation as I face pressed against the kitchen win-

car of Valencia Lates had sold for ises to carry lower rates than whenit ers were assessed 5 cents a box for Rule regime in Ireland, was just discovered : of the best known University, one I dow-screen in his home on the third

$2315.00. This car was shipped from passed the House. contingent fund, but the exchange has by Scotland Yard detectives I in the South.denominational institutions II floor of No. 56 Second street, Passaic,
The
Col. T J. Watkins' famous Arcadia Finance subcommittees are nearly made money this year and did not today. When the news became known prudenti- I at noon yesterday was gazing out into
committee of
the
grove. Mr. Sligh has other fruit en-L through with their prolonged task of touch this fund. Half of it will be here, it created a sensation, especiall I jal the University, with the New Jersey world.
of its I
exception
route from the same grove for whichhe readjusting schedules, and membersare returned at once and it is probable as the plot follows so closely on the I constitutionalmembers Presently he found himself and the
also
expects to get equally as much, or unanimous in their statementsthat I the rest will be given back later. ( seizure of twelve tons of rifles and I resigned. The resignations ,I screen outdoors with only the abund-
were in
more. Mr. Sligh says this is the the margin of readjustment has The matter of Sales Manager R. P. amunition at Belfast on :Monday. requested resolutions ant circumambient between him and

record sale for any oranges shipped been downward. I Burton's speculation in fruits duringthe It is expected that another consignment I' adopted held last by night the trustees at a meeting mother earth. Harry looked at the

from Florida in car lots for several Some increases in the rates on cotton season, about which there was will be seized in the near fu This action : sixty-foot perpendicular drop, reflected -
by Dr. Jameson and the
years. yarns and more expensive textile much comment at the growers' convention ture, as the police claim that they : on the possible casualties of taking
prudential committee
So far as we are able to ascertainthis fabrics, such as tapestries, have been held here in April and over have discovered a factory in London be the climax of friction is declared to I it in one dip, and brought into play

is a record breaker. The price agreed on, but in the chemical, metal which General Manager W. C. Temple[ where arms were made, or at least have existed for time which is saidto ,I j the first law of nature-

speaks well for the grove, commendsthe agricultural and sundries schedules, resigned, was taken up in the meeting assembled and they state that over Jameson and some the betweenDr. i I Keeping the screen in a horozontal

judgement of the shipper and recommends practically all the revision has been. of the board of directors yesterday forty tons of arms and amunition are side committee on :; position-or maybe, after all, luck
the New York firm as for decreases, and the free list will and fully threshed out. The now stored there. one and a majority of the members i did it for him-the young aeronaut
of the
square dealers. be considerably enlarged. board decided that while Burton shouldnot The method used by the conspirators other.It board of trustees on the rode it like a veteran and carefully

Mr. Sligh paid Col. Watkins a have done it while holding his position in 'transferring the guns was to is said the disagreement volplaned (Jersey veracity cannot be

fancy price for his crop because it JAPAN WANTS RECOGNITION ; with the board, yet it was not ship them to Manchester by motor Jameson and the betweenDr. questioned) the sixty feet onto the

was fancy fruit, and the returns he I against the rule of the exchange and busses and from there ship by rail, the trustees was suggested I soft, yielding turf of a neighboring
Special to the SentinelWashington by president's action in regard I
gets shows that they were so regarded did not of itself show any disloyalty under the description of electric yard.
sup to
in New York and that J. P. Sauer June Ambassador or I to the exchange. plies. fraternity organizations at I The landing was not executed just

& Co., are the sort of men who get Chinda submitted the grievances of I The election of officers for the ensuing The police are now keeping a closewatch the with University members and by alleged ruptures j Ij I as Harry had planned, for he waa
I of the
Japan to President faculty.
Wilson
the most of the fruit for their custom personally year resulted as follows: Dr. J. upon the arsenals but the I' i I knocked breathless, a thing aeronauts
conspirators
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in an hour's conference this afternoon I H. Ross, president W. B. A successor to Dr. Jameson probably try to avoid, but Dr. Von Hartinger
I ; Gray, first are lying low. The policehesitate
ers.All will be
named .
at the White House. today.i
the men are entitled to shake It became known vice president; Dr. W. C. Richardson, to take any decided acti ,i soon had him revived and told him

hands with themselves, and we all less than an hour before the conference second vice president; L. D. Jones, owing to the fact that many Peers,I I i GIRL WORKERS USE HATPINS frankly that there was not a broken

take off our hats to the Florida or that Japan" had suggested a "new business manager; W. T. Hazlip, cashier members of Parliament and prominentin ; STRIKE PICKETS ON bone or a bruise on his whole body.

ange. proposition. That proposition is substantially ; William Hunter, attorney. the plot to resistarelyinglowmtumo Harry's mother, who had followedhis
that the Federal Government II course, was most grateful, and
officials not known so
are concerned in
shall make some official declaration I Hazleton, Pa., June 5.-Girls employed -
VERSAILLES FETE :. LAWN TENNIS MATCH FOR DAVIS the plot to resist Home Rule in Ireland. i j were all the neighbors.
which shall be the recognition of at the shirt factory of J. G.
|I CUP .
I'
Special to The Sentinel the contention of Japan as to her!I !i;!I' Gerhardt & Co., continued today the ADMIRABLE QUARTERS

London, June 5.-The pomp and place among the nations and equalityfor !Special to the Sentinel WILL EXTEND i i; use of hatpins when approached by i[ -

splendor of the court of Louis XIV her citizens of leading powers of',I New York, June 5.-Local lawn tennis SYSTEM pickets of the United Mine Workers i:i Mr. Jos. L. Guernsey, who is build-Bi

was again revised in the Versaillesfete the world.he' enthusiasts and devotees of the Special to the Sentinel- ; and other unions to organize them to :' ing a new brick business building!

given in Albert Hall tonight. T i This new and direct attitude of Ja') game from other parts of the United Philadelphia, Pa., June 5.-A prominent -i I remain away from the factory. 35x50 feet fronting on Church

affair was one of the most brilliantin pan is described by the highest officials -! States, are on the qui vive because banker in this city closely iden-j!! In a slash at West Hazleton a number I street, made a written proposition to

which London society was taken i ] here as "very interesting." t I of the opening tomorrow of the trial tified with the Frisco System, said I of pickets were scratched with the Board of Trade to rent thej t

part in years. The fete, given under It is recognized'that the proposition I matches' between the American and 'today that the Sante Fe Railroad Company : i weapons in a fight to take these weapons i second floor for $300 per year for

the patronage of King George, Queen or virtual demand is loaded with trouble Australia teams. This competition1 contemplated traffic conditions : away from the girls. i,: permanent Board of Trade head-A '

Mary, Princess Christian and the' for the administration, with re for the Davis cup promises to be the ] would likely follow the opening of the One girl worker was arrested on a |I quarters. This is a thing the Board A

Queen of Alexandra, was in the na-j!I spects to the states of California and most spirited ever pulled off in America -, Panama Canal, has determined to carry charge of threatening to use a pin needs and here is an excellent oppor- "

ture of a charity ball in aid of the Arizona. It was admitted frankly and the capacity of the West Side i its system-to New Orleans and thatwith on a policeman. I tunity to get it at a very moderaterent.

Soldiers' and Sailors' Help Society. that an acquiscence by the Federal Tennis Courts will be taxed to adequately such idea, it suggested the purchase -i .

All the boxes were filled and in many I Government in this proposition wouldcarry accommodate the crowds. of the New Orleans, Texas &j i NICARAGUAN LOAN CLAIMSWashington I This is a splendid location and the A.

cases fabulous sums had been paid for with it a repudiation of opinionsand That those who have this year's Meadico Railroad, which is a part of I I I I room would accommodate both the

the privilege. The interior of' votes of the people of Californiaand competition in hand had a thought for the Frisco and extends from New'Orleans June 5.-Although 2- ,, Board of Trade and the Civic League

hall was brilliantly decorated in the I, Arizona and expressed in their the spectators is reflected in a changein around the Gulf to Browns: 950 cases have been decided by the I for all their public meetings.It .
law, which had been described by Japan the usual method of ville Texas the Nicaraguan mixed claims dating b i It is to be
representation of the terrace outside play. Insteadof on Mexican border to ( hoped that some plan h
Versailles during the period of Louis as offensive to the people and playing off the singles simultaneously Atchison to connect with the road at to 1893, against the Nicaraguan government may be worked out whereby perma

XIV and the predominating color the government of Japan. It was also -I as has always been done heretofore -, Houston, and Beaumont. The offer nothing can be paid until the nent headquarters for these bodies

scheme was blue, gold and white. The admitted by the officials after the', they will be played in succession, has been made, it is said, to the receivers loan which the Central American republic i: that have to do with civic welfare.

fete represented the variousc ourts of conference between Ambassador Chin- affording an opportunity to the spectators who are now considering it. is seeking in this country was I I There should be united effort for "

Europe at that time, visiting at Versailles }, da and Prsident Wilson that no one I to witness every match. negotiated. The total number of cases i the future of Orlando along every "
| could not tell what answer the United already presented to the commission !!
line.
AIKEN We
and the costumes of the "v isit- LAWYER DROWNS are entering upon a new
States could make to the plain ca taPLAN!I UNIQUE WAR CRAFTI' I is 6,247. era of the
ing royalties, were in keeping with i city's progress in our zeal
the dressing then in vogue at the various gorical inquiry of Japan. I' Charleston, S. C., June 5.-Charles for her growth and development we

courts. All new phases of the situation, .Washington, June 5.-Plans for the Ashley, a young lawyer of Aiken, S. YOUNG PEOPLE'S UNION MEETS j j! should be as one man.

1 its latest and most dangerous phase submarine tender Bushnell, made pub C., was caught on a reef by the incoming I

CLUBMAN WEDS HOSPITAL ''row.DELAY will be handled by the cabinet tomor- lic at the Navy Department tot lay, tide at Sullivan's Island yes Kansas City, June 5.-More than a i TAMPA BOARD OF TRADE SECRETARY .
thousand
NURSE disclose the fact that the vessel will terday afternoon, according to reports delegates representing nearly RESIGNSi

be unique as a war craft. received here this morning and not I every State were present at the -

Washington, June .-Gloom settled LINER FOR MORGANS The contract for the constructionof knowing the way back to the beach, opening in Kansas City, Kan., today i i i Willis B. Powell, one of the great-

over the season's debutantes today the Bushnell was awarded to a shipbuilding stepped into water over his head and of the twenty-first national convenition est Board of Trade managers in Flor- '

when society learned that Edward G. 1 New York, June 5,-The sailing of concern in Seattle, Wash. was drowned in sight of friends unableto of the Methodist Protestant !| ida has resigned as Secretary of the
,
Portner, wealthy young clubman and i i Ila'ed the liner France for Harve was de- Her cost will be close to one million] I, help. The body has not yet been Young People's Union. Most of the;I Tampa Board of Trade to accept the

prominent in ,business circles, had thirteen minutes to allow J. P.I dollars and she is to be completed found. Mr. Ashley is survived by a delegates were from Sunday schools I i same position in Columbus, Ga. '
Morgan; to bid and Christian
farewell Endeavor
quietly married Miss Anna F. Ion- ': to his sister, within twenty-one months. widowed mother. Societies. There are but few men by nature

cure, a hospital nurse, who had attended 1!' Miss Annie Morgan, who will spend fitted for the position of Secretary of
the I
him in a recent illness. They Mr. summer in her villa near Paris. BASEBALL RESULTS IN THE BIG HAYTI NAVY GOES TO SCRAP LUNATIC CAPTURED !': the Board of Trade and Willis Powell

married quietly last night. Today they i i I I 1 Morgan jumped from an automobile LEAGUES I HEAP I is one of the few, and it will be difficult
and ran across the New York June 5.-Thomas She-1 I _
their I'I gangplank just ,, ., .fnr. TOT. .O fill 1.: 1-u
are on way to Northern resorts. I i -- ? uui r a MJ jiu jus piace.
The romance began several months as it was about to be raised. Miss Special to the Sentinel I Philadelphia, June 5.-Hayti's navy, ban, of Albany, who escaped yesterday -,: It is a young man's positiononewho

ago, when Mr. Portner was a patient !,'I Morgan was waiting for him at the National I the converted yacht Ferrier, which has from the State insane asylum at is active and energetic, resourceful -

in a local hospital, and Miss Moncue railing. Pittsburg, 6; Philadelphia, 2. I been at this port for more than a : Poughkeepsie, surrendered to the New I and reliable. lie must not only

cared for him. She is the daughter of Another passenger on the steamerwas Chicago, 4; Boston, 8. year, left yesterday in tow of a tug York police today."I I possess ability but must possess char-

Rev. George Moncue, an Episcopal:' Dr. Alexis Care!, of the Rocke Cincinnati, 0; Brooklyn, 4. :I for New York, where, it is reported, think you had better send me I acter, and his personal and businesslife

clergyman, of Virginia. Mr. Portner1: I l feller l Institute. Dr Carrell will spend St:Louis-New York, rain. she will be sent to a scrap heap. The back to the asylum," he said, "I believe must be such as to command the

is president of the Capital Construction the summer in Paris and Berlin, where AmericanPhiladelphia ; little vessel was brought here for repairs New" York is a dangerous place respect and confidence of the people.

Company and interested jointly i he will make experiments in transplanting -t 0; Detroit, 6. and lay for months at the Philadelphia I to live in. !j The Tampa Board of Trade has

with his brother in the extensive estate ,-. organs of the human body. I Boston, 0; Chicago! 5. !J11 j: navy yard. Most of the crew I BASEBALL $ been a great factor in the making of

left by his father. IIS I I New York, 3; Cleveland, 5. ; eserted before this port was reached, MANAGER DEAD i that city and )Ir. Powell has been the

!I IMPOSSIBLE TO DRIVE OUT COMPETITORS -! Washington, 3;; St. Louis, 12. j but "Admiral" Watt, who was in cora : .I power on the throne. '
Special to the Sentinel
Southern nU\h\J.) stuck to his for three,i j
BIG GUTHRIE GOOD-BY E i iI post St. Louis, Mo., JUne 5.-Chris V. '
Atlanta, 4; Chattanooga; 4. ''m months, awaiting orders from the lit Derahe for SISTRUNK IS INDICTED ,
!I New York, June 5.-It would be aj I II Nashville, 2 : years, prominent figure j Ii Iii ,
: ; Birmingham, 1 tle West Indian republic. He, too,
;
'' I in the baseball 1
i world and The
Pittsburg, Pa., June 5.-On* thousand 'physical impossibility for the United New Orleans famous as Marion county grand jury
4
; Montgomery 4 finally left the vessel.SUFFRAGETTES .
,
friends, including many men States Steel Corporation to drive its innings called account darkness. 111 j I the only owner of winning ball team which has just adjourned has indicted
prominent in state and national affairs ;: I in St. Louis, died today after S. T. Sistrunk
;competitors out of business, according! No others played. I BEGIN CA a long former clerk of.the

will bid George W. Guthrie, : to Percival Roberts,Jr.,one time presi- ; South Atlantic : PAIGN I-I' illness. I circuit court for embezzlement. Sis-
former Mayor of Pittsburg Godspeedon dent of I trunk had trouble
the American Bridge Company I Columbus, 5; Albany, 3. no in giving bond
his way to the American Embassyin and now a director in | HUNGARIAN PREMIER RESIGNS and says he can straighten
the
Macon : everythingout
i( 8 Savannah
Tokio corporation -] ; 3. j Washington, June 5.-In continua
at a dinner at McCreery'shere who testified today in the Charlston-Jacksonville I when the case comes to trial. Some
tonight Japanese Ambassador'Chinda 'i ernment's dissolution suit against goy.the Carolina grounds wet. tion of their campaign with Congressmembers Vienna, June 5.-Dr. Ladislas Von I well posted officials 'lay the blame on

and Secretary of State Bryan'''1 I corporatin. 'I Grensboro 6 i; of the Congressional Unionof Lukacs, the Hungarian premier, to the state auditor. Sistrunk had been
; Ashville 2. I the National American
Woman'sSuffrage
were among the leading speakers!!.I I The nature of the steel business is. Raleigh, 4; Winston-Salem, day came to the Austrian capital and clerk for twelve years and his accounts
Association
2. announced
scheduled, white President Wilson, such, he added, that should I today handed in the resignation of the Hun had always checked
Durham
a trade< 9 Charlotte upstraight
; 0. | active
that work would in
Secretary of Labor William B. Wilson.i war be inaugurated the corporation i ; begin every garian cabinet to Emperor Francis He went out of the office

and Congressman A. Mitchell Palmer, would suffer as much as the small! Congressional district in the United Joseph, as King of Hungary. I j: January 1st and the auditor always
FALLS EIGHT States for the advancement
STORIES of the
of Pennsylvania, were among the concerns. He denied that the TO DEATH gave him a clean bill of health, but
I corporation i "
guests invited. State Attorney Gen- I had ever attempted to crush a New York, June- 5.:Dr. Stephen 0.,i"cause.district will Bands be formed.WEATHER of workers. in each DEFEATED BY SEVEN VOTES I his successor found discrepancies in
eral Powell was to be the toast I the books that the
on rival by cutting prices in the rival's Stork, a dentist, 25 I auditor' had:certainly -
list. years old, was I Special to the Sentinel.
overlooked.
territory. killed : -Tampa Times.
early today by falling or jump REPORT Springfield, 111., June 5.-The Initiative -

Toilet paper-5 cts roll. 6 for 25 cts. The Sentinel is from every point I ing from house the eighth on West floor of an apartment and Referendum was defeatedin Live Oak's big chatauqua is .hi
Fifty-eighth Local showers Friday and probably the House of
Curtis & O'Neal. I of view, a newspaper for the home. street. Representatives today progress this week, and the town il
I Saturday. I 1 I by seven votes. full of visitors.



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light Levy on The Source Special Bargains during the remainder of this month.
There would be no purchase of land s Shoes for men, ladies, misses and children, in all styles
in California by the Japs if somebodydid May be safely purchasedfromus | :I" 1 s and colors, high and low, cut to suit the taste ,of every
not sell it to them.-Los Angeles ;..- ---- body. All shoes will sell at 25 per cent off.
Times. ., : Ladies' Shirtwaists from ,18c up.
where
J --- ; everything { ; Cr Ladies' Dresses, in all styles and colors, French
Almost Insurmountable Obstacle :4 ) Gingham, from 9Sc) up.

One of the greatest stumbling blocks I!' is guaranteed. :., .N Children's Dresses, in all styles, sizes and colors,
in the path of Mexico's progress II fl from 25c up.Ladies' .
seems to be in the Mexicans.-Savannah r,l Skirts, in Linen, Pique and Serges, in all
JCews. :I r d styles, sizes and colors, from 98c up.
A Dry Goods at a special reduction.
Only Deadly Weapon NeglectedIt I ., Ladies' and Children's Rain Coats from $1.98 up.
is strange that the militant suff-,' Allen & Co. k, ,'.: Ladies' and Children's Heady-to-Wear and Trimmed
ragets have thus far not done any- Hats from 25c up.
thing desperate with the aid of hair-: Men's Clothing, such as Blue Serge, Mohair and
pins.-Albany Journal. I Cashmere Suits, all from $8.00 and up.
Men's Alpaca Coats from $2.00 up.
Campaign For Pure Conversation j JEWELERS Men's Pants! all kinds, latest styles, from 9Sc up. __ ,
Dr. Wiley has nominated Vice President -I Boys' Suits in Cashmere, washable Suits in all stylesand ."':_ .,.:
Marshall for the chief post in! 4 colors, from 50c up. .
1916.-Pittsburg Dispatch. |, Boys' Pants from 25c up. :
Orlando Florida Men's and Boys' Bathing Suits,all sizes, from ISc up. ,. _
During May 33,975,000 feet of lumber -I Men's and Boys' Felt and Straw Hats from 25c up. fY- '
was forwarded coastwise by steam i Notwithstanding our exceptional low prices, in addition -
and sailing vessels from Jacksonville.I I we give away premiums in chinaware to everybody
In addition, a total of 745,000 feet of; X who trades with us.
lumber was shipped to foreign ports,; We want your trade and we assure you that we will
making a grand total of 34,720,000 j give you the best merchandise for your money. We guarantee -
feet shipped during the month. Our Repair Department at satisfaction or your money refunded. Come and!
I convince yourself, your trade will be appreciated.
Subscribe for the Sentinel. ; your service always.Everything If you would be posted be a daily visitor to this store. Agent for the_Snow_Shoe... _


NOTICE !I | H. Kanner's New Bargain Store, Orlando I

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In Circuit Court Seventh Judicial Circuit ft
Orange County, Florida. I I'' HIHMtHIIIMIHl
In Re Petition of !' MMillitMiiMMliMilMMMMIIMMtttti
Ralph Stanley Admr.. ic: I.' iiiiMiiimiiiiiiiiiittmimiiiHHiiiiiiti .
to sell land. )
It appears from the affidavit of Wm. Mar-
tin herein duly filed that be Is the agent and :
attorney for the complainant in the above!I. in DrugsWE
ease, and that to the best of his knowledge'.
and belief all the respondent reside beyond .
the limit of the State of Florida, to-wit-I'.
Minnie M. Doty, Fraederick Dedrick. of Mitch. LISTEN TUOAKlAND[
ell, Nebraska; Jessie J. Obert of Marguette,I.
Nebraska;Ora M.Price,of Scotts Bluff Neb.;>I. :
Cora Dedrick Adsit, BUI'Wfll.Nebraska. ;!II DISPENSE ONLY THE PUREST AND BEST i
Charles. B. Wilson Holyoke Colorado: HarryC. .I 1,000 Books of 20 Tickets Each, Worth $2.00, now
Wilson Mattie J. Smith of Surprise. Nebraska I
: Charles Doty. Frederick Doty, Hubert' Selling for 50c at The Arcade Restaurant, The Lucerne THE CAR ;
Doty Annie Cue, of David City Nebraska; Co. Theater and Magruder's Livery Stable '
' Thessie DieM Ray Doty, and Minnie Patter. Delaney Drug
of Colorado all of full ,
eon Crawford : ajre
and May Belle Wright, Roy Doty. Lloyd Doty, We want to get everybody in the habit of spending THAT EVERYBODY
and Nora Doty, minors. of Rising City Nebraska pleasant and profitable hour each evening at the Lu
and that all of the respondents are a
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over the age of 21 yean except May Belle WATKINS BLOCK PHONE NO 2 cerne. IS TALKING,
Wright Roy Doty. Lloyd Doty and Nora Doty,I
Florida and that upon there whom is no service person in of the a subpoena State of GET A BOOK AT ONCE, WHILE THEY LAST ABOUT
would bind the respondents.
You are therefore ordered to appear to this MillimtitiititiHMMItiltlHMIMUMHtlMimt
Bill on Monday the 7th day of July, A. D., TRY OUR ICE CREAM : : ASK FOR:DEMONSTRATION
.
1913 the same beta a rule day of this Court.It
is further ordered that this notice be
published in the South Florida Sentinel a The Best EverMiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimmtiiiiiiimmmi
newspaper published in Orange County, Florida

Circuit Witness. for Court four, B.consecutive and M. the Robinson seal weeks.thereof Clerk, this of said the!, READ THE S SENTINEL r FOR THE NEW ass :

4th day of June. A. D. 1913. I MAGRUDERMMMIMHilMlimmMMIIIIMH .
B. M. ROBINSON. Clerk. ,
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F The Ministers of the St.John's River the "critic" who brought the atten- House Painting and CalciminingI For the Next Fifteen Days

Conference held a convention in tion of the speakers to grammatical hate had years of experience and CORN CRISPETTE[ [
the Methodist Church, Winter Park, errors and errors of pronunciation. It' guarantee my work.
last week 2-4, Monday Tuesday and was a wholesome criticism and well, Estimates cheerful! furnished.

Wednesday. We print the program received by most. Once in a whilea Drop me a card and I will call. Wholesome Nourishing We will sell Lime at 90c
giving the list of papers and showingthe shade of crimson would go over the' P. 0. Box 381 Delicious
important subjects discussed. face of some one of the speakers; ---- .
Program showing that the critic had hit the, Shanibarger's for bicycles and I Manufactured By per barrel delivered,
Monday, June 2nd. mark. It would be a pleasure to give'Sundries. tf
4:00 p. m.-Prayer for Pentacost, D. each of the papers but space will not SMITH & MAHON five barrel lots.
H. Rutter. permit. Rev W. M. Barze, the local
Any man will succeed in this life, Successors to
minister, chairman of the Terry & Comroy
7:30 p. m.-A Love Feast R. A. Car- was recep-
if he keeps his heart warm and his
nine. tion committee and the people of the

8:00 p. m.-Sermon, D. H. Rutter town gladly entertained. The comingof head cool. Subscribe for the Sentinel. Florida Metal Co.
Consecration Service, J. H. Elder. such a body of Christian workers
Tuesday-Morning Session cannot help but bring a blessing and I
8:00 a. m.-Holy Communion. we are sure that each will carry awaya McNEIL-DAViS BUILDING

8:301a. .Address of Welcome, W. heartier consecration for service in I .
F. Blackman.m i their local fields. The guests were NEW COLORS AND PATTERNS IN Phone 41. ,....

8:45 a. Metaphysics for Preachers I given an auto ride Tuesday afternoon,
W. J. Harkness. by residents of the town, making a
9:30 a. ra,.-How Is the Revival to be tour of Lake Osceola, Rollins Cam- - -- -
Achieved? P. S. Merrill. pus and Orlando. Crepe sanGOWNS Kimonos

10:15 a. m.-The Ideal Preacher,J. B.Uv i
.. WEATHER REPORTFor
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Lapham. i Week Ending June 1, 1913. ETC. .
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1:30 p. m.-A Prayer Meeting, C. W.
Lane. 2000 yards Val. Lace Insertion at 1 and 2

2:00 p. m.Ministerial Courtesy, H.
I ) cents per yard at
H. Bowen. s ItJ 4.) Fireless CookersAND
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3:30 p. m.-Wowan's Work in the McCULLOCH'SDEPARTMENT
:'Monday, May 26 C..... 85 61
Church, G. H. Northrup. (I'II Tuesday 27 ........... 88 65
Evening Session Wednesday 28----- .... 89 71
7:30 p. m-T-A Class Meeting, P. S.i Thursday 29 .......... 91 64 STORE j ELECTRIC FANSTO

Merrill. I Friday 30 ............. 94 61 .
8:00 p. m.-Sermon,:F. N. Lapham. I Saturday 31 .......... 95 65* 124 South. Orange Avenue :
Consecration Service, J. H. Elder. KEEP COOL WITH
Sunday, June 1 PC.94 72
Session OPPOSITE POST OFFICE :
Wednesday-Morning (C) Clear, (PC) Partly Cloudy.
8:00 a. m.-A Prayer Meeting, J. S. II II

Grahl. GROVE FOR SALE ELECTRIC[ I IRONS AND TOASTERS
8:30 a..m.-The Epworth League, J. MttimtllMttMMMIMMMMi -j:
A. Bertz. $1,600 cash needed-2 1-3 acres,,150 ,t
:3:15 a. .m-Church Music,L. S. Reader. trees-orange, grapefruit and lemonsIn FOR COMFORTThePIERCE
bearing. $464 worth of fruit taken P1Ck !
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10:00 a. m.-Church Work as Seen from it last winter. 5 miles Southeastof -
from the Pew, C. ,E. Coffin. Orlando at Conway. 5 room house,
10:45 a. m.-Eschatology, S. A. Keen 3 churches, school and store right at - ,
Seventeen Ministers were present door. No commission-deal direct CEMENT BRICK [ ELECTRIC T L CO."ln[

and the meetings of the conference with owner. Will trade for city prop- ", .

were marked by earnestness and an erty. Address, R. J. PIATT,
evident desire to study the problems I R. P.D.,No. 1,Orlando, Fla. These Brick are better than Clay Brick I HAND BUILDING
presenting themselves in ,their work. 5.22 tf
Rev. J. A. Carpenter, D. D., District and they are cheaper IHMH

Superintendent, is especially fitted for A Boon to All Those Who Go Down to i- _______n_ _
his position and conducted the meet- the Sea In Ships
FRANK HYRES IMPERFECTIONS AUTOMOBILE FOR HIRE
ings of the conference Pres. W. F. The McElroy Pharmacy have a rem- I FACTORY
Blackman, of Rollins College, was edy that is guaranteed to cure Sea -. Those wishing to make trips for
Maker of Artificial
StoneI
very happy in his remarks welcoming Sickness. If you contemplate a sea At about one third less than usual list business or pleasure, should see me
the members of the conference and!trip,be sure and take with you a bot- prices. Perfectly good casings, except for prices. Prompt service guaran-
his cordial words were appreciated. tle of McElroy's Sea-Sick remedy. If ; Telephone 159 Livingston Ave. on R. R.miiiiiiiMiiiHiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiniiiii. for minor defects. I. W. Phil- teed. C. W. Willsey, Orlando, Fla.,

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South Florida Sentinel | conform' to the forms and customs of I NOTICE CUSTOMERS TO WATER I 4 K###fi-ft+ 4444 i 1 "t..r.tt.I tl" '.4''r

MORNING AND WEEKLY The mail order houses of Tampa today.< I All things have grown new. II !:" //'...,.'.,,.'...__ .," 'r __ ."
will certainly vote the Coast Line Ex- : J '
Harpers and
the
; editor
r grew old together I Sprinkling must be
-- -- -- confined to
Eatered at the post office at Orlando, ursions to that city a great success, and both lived only in the the hours allowed
JTorida u Second Claw Mail Matter I as it enabled them to distribute theirI past. I by our rules 1 FIRESTONE TIKES :.
from 6 to
9 in the forenoon
: destructive : and ;
dope to 1
a large
territory. That
SUBSCRIPTION RATES : I These mail newspaper that fails to keep I from 3 to 9 in the afternoon __ _______ Are standard and
order houses are a disgrace abreast of the times, fails to see the Offenders iI"f : rep-
please take notice
THE DAILY SENTINEL to the splendid city of Tampa : new order of things, is I as I regent the best
soon that
relegatedto water meters will be put on Lu. .,.. very.
cus- ... .
One year .. ... .. .. .. .... .$5.00 and a curse to Florida. the past. We live in a day of live tomers -- .,. ,ti'
Six Months . .. ... .... 2.60 It ought to be a crime to furnish a t i issues.: The newspaper that discusses notice. disregarding the above length of\\ ; Rot-s 10( make up a dependable

Three Months ,.. ,.. .. ..... ... 1.25 colored man or woman intoxicating; live issues and points the finger of The Orlando Water & Light THE elr. service I 1 ,, tire, guaranteed
liquor of any kind. When they 1 scorn ;,
aresober at evil in all its
Sj new carrier In Orlando. 50 cents percnth. most of them are industriousand i fearless and boldly is the ugly serviceableI forms, Company. 6-5 4t is due to the !! ;. ( for 3,500 miles.

DailJ and Sunday. law abiding. When crazed I I, paper and the one that will live. Not strength of their _;) ui t
The Orlando Morning Sentinel can be found with whiskey they are uncontrolable. in the history of the world have FOR RENT-Seven room house; fur- building. Get the I-.J..
salt in Orlando at Curia & O'Neal' Book I men nished
ID : $15.00 per month. No. 214
Why any sane man can school himI ,
Store. I i|I een so clever as today; clever in evil E. Church, street. City. i iI |I book-"What's.-.1 TIRE ADJUSTMENTS .
-- ------------1 I1 self to believe it is all right to deal I ,,, doing and clever in detecting it. Clever I 6-52 What in Tires." :
We will appreciate prompt eomplaintLelivett if I G
out dope to a people that will deprive in I I ftJ
is not properly made carriers.Idevrtiaing -;; business enterprise and cleverin I I
by our 'I I Will of course be
II them of their reason and lead i exploiting it. Can a newspaper be I Subscribe for the Sentinel. I I Ask, too, for ? necessary
rates will be furnished
on aptlkation. -1 them to commit every crime known to 1 less and live? the Book w sometimes, but we

THE WEEKLY SENTINEL the .catalog is beyond comprehension. I The successful and useful newspaper : " ,1,1111.1.,1 on "' 5'Y will make all adjust

Tor year, by mail postage paid .......11.00 ( of today is that one that knows Rims.
ments
Address THE SENTINEL. Orlando Florida. The greater portion of the people] no dictator, no boss and harkens to ulf ; t right here-no exp -

Office 107 Court Street. Arcade Building who patronized the Tampa mail order -1| no voice save that of the people. The Refining O oa __. v fJ pence returning tire to
Phone houses Most
It from Orlando this week
newspaper must above all be honest factory
or waiting t9
by taking in the excursionare frank and conscientious with Miles
the
J. F. SCHUMAN, Editor ( pub- tt. ..
hear from
colored people and people who; 1 lie. It must be dependable, and avoid Per factory.
JOSIAH FERRIS, Proprietor can not afford to waste dollar
one for| i sensationalism if it would live. Dishonest Kerosene
whiskey. On two different days peo: men will get into the public sad- Dollar
FRIDAY JUNE 6TH (
1913.
pie climbed off the train so loaded down with packages that the bottles: M;|i ]press can drive them out and put Gasoline i RED TUBESt :-
The month of roses, brides and swee dropped off their arms onto the cement 1 honest men there. f ,
girl graduates. pavement and broke. Modern s Jl' ordinary gray tube
journalism must not be confused LubricatingOils ,
o One colored woman spilled two bottles with yellow journalism. Every r s.Iw. .
Fashions in suicide change. The before she got fifty feet from line must be clean and wholesome and and Greases
li-chloride tablet route is now pre the train yesterday morning. Is any'! above all truthful. "

ferred. citizen of Orlando proud of such a I Axle Grease

Somehow the impression o appears to spectacle Are the? good citizens of the great THE SUFFRAGETTE "BO IBS"

be growing stronger that we wil and growing city of Tampa proud of London has a-very uneasy idea that It III"P. I. \ P llliPS & SONS .

have no war with Japan. these dens which like Dante's Inferno it has been hoaxed, and badly hoax G.W .
o have ALTONtAgenl
written over their portals.UHe ed. For the past two or three weeks s ,
Something happens every day to who enters here leaves hope behind I we have been hearing much of the I
remind us that there are too many him 1"Can "bombs" tha the Suffragettes are sup-I PHONES { Ji (Temporary Location)
rdinances on the statute books. it be possible that man made I posed to have deposited in

W good by God, and endowed with the I places. One was-found in St. 'Paul's- ; i Orlando, Florida j 6 East
The English who declared that Church Street ORlANDO
poet powers of a god will descend from others in all manner of likely or u n- FLORIDA
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alone, has attained a high ambition.A ant of Satan? that none of these "bombs"as remarkable J1.litlllll-- - .- .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ...... .. .. .. .. .. ._ .. .. ._
o Whiskey is responsible for most of ever went off save one last Wednesdayin
Kansas man, 101 years old, will the crimes of this country and is the Edinburgh. People are now be
be married for the fifth time next I direct cause of most of
our expense. ginning to suspect that most of them
month. There is a pension coming to'' Let any one examine the records in
were never meant to go off, and that
him. the clerk's office of this county and the! Suffragettes had nothing at all to JUNE 'WEDDING

D see; what the expense of taking care do with them. The Suffragettes themselves
Among the undesirable positions are of our criminals and prosecuting who are not usually slow to
those of being the brother of a great crime amounts to, and they will be claim responsibility for their own mis
man and the husband of a prominent convinced: that these manufactories doings, declare emphatically that this While'"Dan Cupid" never quits his job or loafs, yet the Month of June
woman. of criminals seems to be his most active season, June is always marked
ought to be dispensed is so and that explosive bombs do not by its numerous
..___o__. with. come within their programme. It i is weddings, which means that Gifts for the Bride, Gifts for the Groom Gifts
Some people are already asuming It is high time that Florida take: said that most of these "bombs" have for the Bridesmaids, Gifts for the Best Man and the Attendants, aDd Wed-

that the new department of labor of a firm hold upon the situation. been deposited by "larky" young men, ding Gifts from all your friends if you happen to be the principal, and to
our government will be an employ probably undergraduates or medical your friends if they are the principals, are very much in order.
ment agency. students We offer you our magnificent metropolitan stock for selection
I THE PASSING OF OLD IDEAS who have carefully placed your a
o I cuttings from the Suffragette another d stock in which you can find the latest and best creations of the finest Silver.

It is much better to take a job of i The pasing of Harper's into Suffragette inmediments aroundIt smiths, Jewelry Manufacturers, Glass Cutters and China Potteries in the
toeing cotton in the hot sun than i it: Weekly is further said that the contents of country.
hands marks .
new the
is to sit in the shade and cultivate I IQIle's passing of one The stock is so large varied
of the oldest and ablest publications the "bombs, in place of being dynamite so and so complete that a detailed descrip
prejudices.We in the land. But it was not progressive or black powder, has been coal tion is out of the question. We only ask that you visit our store, carefully
o and refused to leave the ofgroove d dust or some harmless acid. It wouldbe inspect our stock, secure our prices and make your purchases with the feeling -
feel that the most importantWork and as a became interesting to know the real truth and assurance that you gettingthe greatest value and the most up-
[ for the peace congress lies in the financial failure.consequence a about the matter. to-date merchandise.
selection of a landing place for the
overworked Mr. Norman Hapsgood, one of th e'i
dove.
men who helped make Collier's Weekly ORLANDO FORGING AHEAD REPAIR AND MANUFACTURING DEPARTMENT
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It's about time for careful housekeepers the great paper that it was is the Orlando is making good. Everyday

new proprietor of Harper's If you have laid away in your bureau drawer or in a safety deposit box,
to find some place for thebichkxride sees some new building or some
of Col.! George Harvey in his valedi c-. new enterprise started! pieces of Jewelry that you do net wear because of its old-fashioned form or
tablets
than the spice cabinet.mercury other tory presents a most pathetic picture.! The spirit of progress i* astir and mountings, bring them in and let us show you what wonderful transforma
0 He acknowledges the paper's short ;nothing can stop it. Old things have tion can be wrought through the skill of our workers in gold and gems
and it I Fine watch repair work a specialty.
We learn that the Chicago policeJ comings says was a financial i ; passed away. ;

ave a submarine light to expeditethe failure every year save one. .. .. The new order of things demands _. - M
recovery of drowned persons, but In literary snake up the Harperpublications concerted action. The faint: heartedand
they are blind at night.A excelled. But they lacked doubting Thomas may as well 1
o aggressiveness. Colier's Weekly, take courage and brace up for the

court has ruled that a brass bandis boldly attacked vice wherever it was fray, for nothing can stop the chariot T. U. Evans the Jeweler

not 'necessary part of a funeral. found, exposed grafters and corrupt) of progress. Personal differences

Literally speaking, they are "out of statesmen without stint and becameone should be buried, selfishness banishedand ,
tone"' with the occasion. of the most popular papers in I : all join hands for the Greater Or

o America. lando. With an up to date sewer OPPOSITE POST OFFICE
The Pittsburgh Chronicle Telegraph Harper's management failed to see system, paved streets and beautiful

perpetrates this: "Editor Newett's defense that men and times have changedand parks, good schools, Christian churches EXPERT REPAIRING AND ENGRAVING. I
that modern ideas must be met and all
was simple. He admitted bearing splendid stores conspire to I
false witness but denied that he _The forms and customs of the days make Orlando a model home city.

Newett" '

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Don't let the fact that it costs

more to live now than it did a hundred .
years ago discourage you. They'llbe AUTOMOBILEBULLETIN SILK STOCKINGS(

years saying from the now.same thing a hundred

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Add 50 per cent to your estimate of

your neighbor for virtues that you
can't see and deduct 50 per cent from

yourself for faults that you don't realize For Day
,a ,
and you'll have a pretty accurate, These are Bargains in Re-Built Cars. Each one is
result.Lorrimer.A .
o guaranteed, to be in first-class condition, is fully equipped and

farmer and his son are soon and ready to run.

parted, is yet about as true as the tru 4//
ism that a fool and his money are 1 1910 Cadillac Good Condition EveningWear
soon parted. But few of the sons of ,
the soil care to remain longer than is $550.00

necessary to secure a one-horse join wpr
a city.

o 1 1912 Flanders Touring Car, complete,

The fool asks, What is he worth? $500.00.
The wise ask, What has he done? A

man's money value may be great, and
yet he may be worth nothing. It i is Our Personal Guarantee
1 Model G. Four
no disgrace to be rich, nor to be Cylinder Cadillac -
poor; but it is a disgrace to die '

lected.without having done something. $150.00 Accompanies Every Pair \ \\ \\


L-o 1 Studebaker "30" 1912, run less than
The story of an Indiana farmer I f
life being saved by grafting the skin f l I 4,000 ; extra tire, etc., $800. Marion B. Ives

of frogs on his back gave one set of I i

paragraphers an opening for the remark ,
that when he gets mad now he,
will get hopping mad, and another seta San Juan Garages EXCLUSIVE MILLINERY PARLORSSecond
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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.In Look at our Dress Goods, and then be frank and admit that


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

wearer and 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


TIS here, and those that have a distinctive individuality a shade Store, and at prices much lower than most of the Metropolitan designs and colorings, that are equalled by but few stores in
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above the ordinary are most in evidence in our stock. Stores. the state, and are beaten by none. Prices from lOc to $1.00

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


to 1050. Europe- are represented in our assortments. Prices from 5c Look at our shoes. They are the kind that give comfort,


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


broidery effects, Prices from 65c to $6,00 Look at our ready to wear hats. The New White Effects from Missouri, and if not, then let us show you any way. It


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

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


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Mr. J. P. Perkins left yesterday for FEEillNGTHEHUSGRY I METODIST CHURCH DISAPPEAR.ING +MMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMU

his home in Indianapolis.
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THE TUNER I Mr. and Mrs. Waters Howe are en- the Pine street lunch counter, know I The Methodist Church which has

ORLANDO.FLA. tertaining their neice, Miss Fannie that men who work all night get hun-I graced the corner of Main and Jackson -

Lawrence, an atractive young lady gry about midnight and last night streets for lo these many years, is

from Tampa. showed their good will to the boys yielding to the march of progress andis Do It Now !

by bringing in a splendid lunch. The now being,razed preparatory to the
Hon. H. H. Witherington and son,
Work is rapidly progressing on the boys who get out the morning daily construction of the New Church.
of were in Orlando yesterday'Mr. !
Apopka
I new Magruder Hotel on Central ave- appreciate this act of appreciationand I The Windermere Lumber Co., has

nue. This building will add quite a wish to thank the proprietors of purchased the building and it will immediately -
and Mrs. 0. W. Conner, returned Begin the month
from Tampa yesterday. ,bit to that part of the city. this up-to-date restaurant. I building started.be torn down and the new aright by


Mr. L W. Youmans,. who conductsa Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Seegar left Or- The Church Trustees reserve all the buying GROCERIESat
Dr. and Mrs. C. Wattenscheidt, returned your
from their Tampa visit yester-J store on Veach street, has gone to lando last night for Waycross, where windows, doors and pews, as these are

Hot Springs, Ark., to take treatmentand they will reside. practically new and as servicable as the Store
day. i new
; will be gone several weeks. any that could be purchased.Mr. .

I Popular Sam Cline returned yesterday -!\ C. E. Wade is taking down the
Mr. W. L Tilden left yesterday for i
Mrs. W. D. Holden and son, Mas- from a delightful trip to Pass-a- pipe organ and will move and reconstruct -
Jacksonville, where he will spend sev-i
ter Billie, who have been spendingthe Grille, St. Petersburg and Tampa. J I the same in the Grand Theater
eral days. I
i last two weeks in Orlnando, returned j[ which, through the kindness of Col. THE SANITARY GROCERY

I to their home in Sanford yes- Mr. John B. Coarsey, oj Jackson- i; T. J. Watkins, has been placed at the
Birmingham
Mrs. G. M. Yancey went to -i
yesterday to visit her*'terday. ville, the popular representative of I'disposal of the congregation free of

daughter. < Leroy Myers, is in Orlando sellinghis charge, where all future services will CARUTHERS & GORE

James Laughlin Third, and wife left famous cigar, Herman Cortez. !jbe held until the 'completion of the
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('yesterday for Bank Village, N. H. !I new church.
Mr. Harry Phipps, the popular|I' I II
transportation man from Jacksonville i where they will spend the summer. Mr. and Mrs. Henry P. Chamberlain -I. Not only the members of the ; 6 and 8 East Pine Street Phone 200

was in Orlando yesterday. I'They.I will be missed by Orlando so- of Reading, Pa., parents of Mrs.J. 'dist church, but all the good Metho-I

i' ciety. VanBuskirk, have arrived in Or-' Orlando will look forward

I I I -'- lando on a visit. I cipation to the day when the new
Mrs C. W. Langford, of Fort Meadeis
Mrs. T. H. Adams and daughter, {house of worship is dedicated to the
visiting in the home of Dr. W. C.j '
I Clara Whittaker, who have been visiting Dr. Elmer W. Lott returned to the service of God.
Person on South Main street. '{ 1 II .." ; mini m ." , ,,..,.
Mrs. Adams' mother, Mrs. S. R. I city yesterday after a short visit to1 The building committee and the

( Kirkwood, returned to their home in I Washington, D. C. During his absence 1 contractors will work in harmony for
Mr. and Mrs. C. G. Westcott left LIKES ORLANDO I
Cedartown, Ga., yesterday. the doctor attended a number of interesting -'I the early completion of this fine
yesterday for Cincinnati and other\
I lectures church edifice. I
appertaining to
points north. They expect to be gone ,I G. J. Lesh of St. Louis, Mo. who
; Mr. Wm. Edwards, of Plymouth an 1 dentistry. j Every resident of Orlando has an I'I ,
all
summer. spent few hours in Orlando
I efficient member of the Orange interest in this, and will lend all possible I a yesterday -
I coun-I I i between trains took and
ty Board of Public Instruction, Miss Lena Larsen, daughter of Mr.i j l assistance. ... I a car
Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Dann returned I:' ,: !!I looked the city over. He remarked to
Orlando last evening, leaving on the and Mrs. 0. N. Larson, left yesterdayto I
yesterday afternoon from Tampa and I I !I I a Sentinel representative that Orlando AUTOMOBILES FOR RET
j midnight train for a visit to Virginia visit her brother, Mr. Frank Larson -''
St. Petersburg where they have spent p I' THE NEW LAWYER 1 I looked good to him. That there was E. L. Murray
j and other states. j i who holds a responsible position' I
several days.Mr. '1----1 evidence of prosperity and thrift on Office Phone 409-Residence Pone M* .
with the j
| Merchants & Miners' Steam
Messrs Smith and Mahon have ship Company in Jacksonville.i I "Billy" Beardall is now a full fledged I every hand. He said that the sewer -

Felix M. and J. L Drennen,' purchased the Corn Crispette factory -; lawyer, being in possession of his :I was a thing of first importance to the ; NOTICE !

who were in attendance at their from Messrs Terry & Pomeroy I sheepskin from Stetson University,I f city and that good streets were next f fv ?
i is interesting take -
i to a trip to I
father's funeral, returned to their j;and ,will continue to manufacture this the factory of the Phillips Manufac which entitles him to practice in the of importance.He Go to Ivanhoe Pa Thursday

home in Birmingham, yesterday.Mr. ;'popular and toothsome confection. courts of Florida. He will go to Tal- was impressed with our beau-
fine large
turing Company, since they have afternoon. Band concf ,
( Give them lahassee and be admitted to the bar tiful lakes and said that he had never
Their
patronage. and other
your moved to their new building just back motor boat. Bathiu'
of the Supreme Court. Billy is seen a city of so much natural beau-
J. B. Chamberlain Jr., who has goods are pure.Yesterday ''of the old one on Central avenue. a amusements. Learn swim. Seethe
1 man of exceptional ability and j, ty.
been attending school in Orlando for Everything young fun. tti
is so up-to-date all the
; will not be content with anything i I He will bring his family to Florida /
the past eight months, left for his! '
the half and -
was holiday machinery being the latest and
home in Birmingham very short of the top round in the ladderof next winter and will visit Orlando
yesterday.
I everybody who had the opportunity I most of it the invention of Mr. Phil- fame. I agam.Shanibarger's. FOR TALE t

!took it. A jolly crowd went to Rus- : lips. Perhaps it will be interesting --
Mr. Beardall does not proceed
Misses Gladys, Grace and Mr.I|sell's Point and spent the afternoon |to know that this factory, though not on I Practically ne Rambler Automo-
the theory that his studies end with for
Clarence Tilden went to Ashville, N.{and evening and the Municipal League so large as others over the State, is graduation from the University, for Sundries. bicycles and bile, equipped wth Presto lights, top,

yesterday where the young ladies j'and' their friends picnicked at Lake known as the best equipped as to its he has already buckled down to hard tf curtains, winphield, speedometer,

will attend the Young Woman's Gatlin.: All report a good time.Shanibarger's I machinery, of any in Florida. study in the law office of Mr. C. B. clock, bumper spare wheel with extra

Christian Association. Their parents si i i ELECTRIC TREATMENTS tire, tube an complete set tools and
accompanied them as far as Orlando. Robinson. He is a young man of high I All Kinds, $1.00 per Treatment for
for .
: bicycles and I : WANTED-Room accessories.Also
and board by re- purpose and will not disappoint his the month of June. Dr. Bennett
trunk with two suitcases
Sundries. auto
( if! fined bas
couple. Call Phone 467, or ad- friends. The Sentinel forsees a bril- Phone 227.
Money to loan on improved prop- dress A. R. L-Page5-26-lm for curing. Reason for selling
I Sandlin, Box 712, City liant future for this young man and
erty. S. Y. WAY. Subscribe for further use for car.
the have
Sentinel giving location o
etc. 5-6 2t will gladly cheer him on the way.
For Sale Address, P. 0. Box 87, City.

Slightly used $2000.00 automobile. L-page-5-26-tf
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IY COMMISSIONERSOrlando Wekiwa River $575.00 presented and for the occasion, where ,a fine pro- .BUSINESS BOOSTERS

upon motion warrant was ordered gram was given. Following is the CLASSIFIED r
Business Boosters (classified adver-
'
June 3.-Board met drawn. program.
pur-
tisements) received after 20 o'clock
suant to adjournment. Present Chair- Petition of Geo. Bentley, W. S. Bor- Music, Romaine Richardson. zuiriigbl; wift"be ran in the "Too Late,
11'l O'JWsYTeet, Cororoissionerj )))- gar} et al., to have R. W. Simmons Public Exercises, Post and Corps. to Classify" column.

lard, Brown, Eldridge and Woodruff. appointed Inspector of Marks and Prelimmarys, Comrade McKain. Boosters of five lines, or less-approximately -

Brands for District No. 7, received; America, Veta Kerr, Jr., Organist, 30 words one time, 25 -
Minutes of the last meeting were
cents; three times 50 ants; one week v
read, approved and signed. upon motion petition was granted UP-I Audience. (six daily and one weekly editions)
vn condition of Simmons giving Invocation, S. S. Bowman. $1.00; one month, $3.00.
Bond of Miss Julia K. Chapman, as
er bond. Song, Star Spangled Banner, Miss
Notary Public, with W. R. O'Neal andF. L. P. COOK'S FISH MARKET Phone .. ,
.
The following orders were passed: Hill, Organist, Audience. 7i -
A. Curtis as sureties was approved. 271. 5-28-tf N. .
It having been reported to the Board Reading, Lincoln's Gettysburg Address M : .

Bond of Joseph Henschen as Notary that there are certain funds which C. H. Nelson.Commander Money to loan on improved prop- JfaA
Public with G. W. Cooley] and Olaf should be in the custody of the Sheriffin in Chief John A. Lo. erty. S. Y. WAY. f

Olson) as sureties was approved. his official capacity, and to be accounted gan's Orders, No. 11, May 5, 1868, Mr.

Bond of L R. Williams to carry revolver for by him, which funds are Simms. FOR HIRE-Nice seven passenger Vacation Hint

with C. E. Bartlett and T. J. on deposit in the Orlando Bank & March, Julia Tracy, Organist. touring car. Large and roomy j' 1'I k/ t
4-20 tf J. B. MAGRUDER.
: o Before ticket
Minor as sureties was approved and Trust Company of Orlando, Fla., to Patriotic Song, Flag Devotions"and you buy a railroad :r I

license ordered issued.Communications the credit of the account of the lateJ. Strewing Flowers to the Unknown I BUY a let in Thornton Park, a nice : for this or that summer resort, :p

from Winter Card- :i A. Kirkwood, Sheriff, and that said Dead, by the Children. I suburb in east part of the city. Carl. come in and look at our MidSummer /
Jensen. I I TL Woolen line and let make
en Times, South Florida Sentinel, Orange i Bank desires formal authority and I Song, Gather the Fairest of Flowers & us

County Citizen and Apopka direction with regard thereto, it is Choir. Do you want to pick 'up an auto i, a cool Summer Outing Suit for

News requesting to be selected to ordered that the Orlando Bank Recitation At Andersonville Frances '
hereby bargain? If so, read the advertise-I you.We .:
a I tk- Ii make a specialty of Nor- .,
print the laws of the Legislature of & Trust Company be and is hereby Nelson. ment of the San Juan Garage. (
1913, received. Upon motion the Or-i authorized to transfer all funds in Recitation, Our Heroes, Mae Hart folks and will be pleased to t- ', '

ange County Citizen was selected to :, said account to Frank Gordon, as myer. OAK HILL is the beautiful subdivision show you a few of our latest
publish said laws. C to the Northeast of the city and : I I models.Men's .
I j Sheriff of Orange County. Song, Tenting Tonight !.i-i-
I still have choice
some lots there.
Petition of II. H. Partin, A. M. Han- Communication from Mrs. D. S. Recitation, Ruth Newman. Carl Jensen. ;: r Fashion

cock, et al, for a road beginning at; Hunter received and read; Clerk in- Song and Chorus, Scatter the Flow- ShopHand T/1

new road at Gilmore Partin's place,!I structed to answer that the Board has FOR RENT-Five room cottage with ,! .

running west to connect with road at i i no power to act in the matter. ers.Address, Rev. E. N. Mallory. all modern conveniences. Garage Building "I. 11'
for auto, or horse and buggy. Apply I Cor. Church and Orange Orlando
Boggy Creek Branch received and i Mr Hutton appeared before the Closing Song, "God Be With You Till 515 East street. 5-15 tf ,

laid over under the rules. Petitioners i Board with plans of jury quarters in We Meet Again." JlIIHlldl/f/ >!ulfTi!! ', ; :! .-11. I t
to furnish plat. attic of Court House, in accordance At five p. m. supper was served. GOOD TIRES-Factory imperfections : -
Petition of J. G. Yates, J. D. Hen- ': with the recommendation in the Gen. at about one-third less than usual '

derson, et al, for a road from Fair Villa -; eral Presentment of the Grand Jury list prices. Full line in stock. I. -
GENEVA JOTTINGS
to Lockhart received and granted as'I Upon motion the Clerk is instructecto I W. PHILLIPS & SONS, 6 E. Church iitmr:

prayed for.Petition advertise for bids for the work. I street.
of R. R. R. M. Geneva, Fla., June 4th.-Geneva is
Kellog, Keli i plans and specifications to be found in
I i rapidly coming to the front. There FOR SALE Place 7 2
log, et al, for the establishment of, the Clerk's office. My acres s
are several new residences in horses one two-horse wagon, one
election read and pro-
precinct received Check from J. A. Wilkes for road I
also 80 2 miles from
I I I also the Methodist church.It buggy acres %
new
granted as prayed for, being a part work done in Pine Castle, received gress Umatilla, Lake county, Fla. Mrs. E.
of Commissioner's District No.2. and forwarded to Treasurer.The has been said that within ten J. Carter, R. F. D. No.1, Orlando, Get JJJj
Better Walls and
our town will be as large as
Beginning on Lake Apopka on a line reports of the following county years Florida. tf

two miles north of Township line between officers were received, read and filed: Orlando. With
Hurrah for Geneva! FOR SALE-Full Blooded Jersey Cow Ceilings BishopricWall
21 and 22 South
Townships ,I I Licenses, polls collected, Pay Roll Fresh. Apply G. W. Rines, residence
run east to Range line between ranges -I state witnesses for Criminal and Circuit The Geneva baseball team played Lakeville, near Clarcona, BoardOn J.
28 and 29, thence sounth 4 miles, I Courts, Tax Redemptions for against Chuluota Saturday. Dinnerwas Phone No. 20-22- Apopka, Fla.
thence west 4 miles thence north 2 served on the grounds and all d&w 5313t. Ea to Applybiakeyoutbmldingtnoneygofatther
I Feb. and March, Treasurer to county, y
miles west to Lake thence report a fair game. "Our Boys"were Any Building Job
Apopka, and to State, Sheriff to county and to Mastic ,
GROVES TAKEN CARE OF Make raneenduurrnhg heavythat
too confident of
of shoreof success. They board.
following east
meanderings state, Clerk Criminal Court, Count) save time and better results by
work get Will not
did know there such Plowing, mowing, team heavy usataya smooth. warp shrink
Lake Apopka to beginning point, Physician, Superintendent County not was a good hauling, etc. Having been engagedall ing Bishopric Wall Board for walls andceilings. buckle or pull loose In any climate win-
with Clarcona as voting place; to be Home, Supertintendent Roads any team in Chuluota. The score was 14 my life in caring for groves, I am Costs 50 per cent less than ter proof or, sound-proof summer. Is and moisture-proof fire-resisting.rat
Election precinct No. 20. Bridges: and Auditor's Statement. to 12 in favor of Chuluota.The prepared to please you. Satisfactionin plaster to apply-:looks better and I lasts Sheets 4 ft x 4 ft. tamo ready to ap.
Communication of F. S. Witherby, baseball grounds are being re- every line of work. L. M. HALL, as long as the building ply.. Prices Anyone low.Praised.who can drive nails can apply

Justice of the Peace 11th District, in paired so as to have every thing in 608 Division street, Orlando, Fla. No More Cracked WallsI
TAFT NEWS NOTES 5-141 mo. "Bishopric" walls and ceilings are unaffected Everywhere
readiness no Saturday, June 14, when
reference to compensating constablefor by the jars and moisture which
his services in attending inquestin "Our Boys" will show them how to FOR SALE cracks plaster. This Wall Board makes by Users -
a smooth hard surface that gives lasting IMti4faction.
re E. P. Lewis, F. S. Garner, Jno. Taft, Fla., June 3.-Miss Francis play ball. Good Horse, buggy and harness- Is displacing lathandVutle win oarU Roofing Ufg,Co.
plaster everywhere for cottages bungalows Dear Sir.-Inrloiwd plwwe find renltUiu tot
Garner and Clarence Garner and 1...I Dennis was an Orlando shopper Mon Mr. D. S. Mclver of South Jacksonville Call on or address, J. B. Walker, Or- fine homes, public buildings gar1Q square feet of Bithoprio.Wall Bond chip ti

Jerome received and read. passed through Geneva en-. lando. Fla. 5-27 tf ages-=t......,,,,,,_,out-buildings...... and every kind of Tyapb.. 'dL rliroeotrromroa_ a__ we h.W on two room
day.Mr. "'" and It 1WJH DUO.
Petition of E. A. Murray, Will A. and Mrs. C. J. Holdorf, of route to his work on the new East FRAJiKEiVESSTRTTBInvestigate ,
I Saves Month's Time 1I0I00Wh
Moore, et al, heretofore presented to Winter Park, visited her parents Coast railroad and stopped over fora FOR SALE-Large Lot near Metho- a
dist Church. Whole or part Withor Comes in sheets 4 feet square read:
the Board at the May meeting and here Sunday I few days visiting friends.On for use. Goes on dry. Just nail It to This Todayl
without Address wire.E. .
dwelling or
laid over under the rules, was takenup Mrs. J. N. Ahik and son, Leslie, of account of his cheerful disposi- N. Coy, Irondequoit, N. Y. 5-10-tf bare ready studding for decorators and walls the and-ceilings same day.are You can Me this

and petition referred back to petitioners DeLeon Springs, came Monday fora tion and gentlemanly qualities, Mr. Edges No skill meet needed erenlyno to apply panelling It. Saves needed.a wonderful warpins fire non-.re- .
and plat and names of own- few weeks visit with her parents Mclver made many friends in Geneva FOR SALE OR RENTFiveroomhouse month's time in building. sitting wall board at
lot full of fruit trees. the store of any of the
ers. the short while that he was here. ; large $5 000 Anti-Warp Bond dealers named below.
here.Mr. Apply 308, Robinson avenue Examine It carefully and Aen
Upon motion it is ordered that the and Mrs. A. L Wright and Mr. We hope to have him in our midst Bishopric Wall Board is the only Wall learn how you can make iww"bsr"!

county notify the Exchange that the and Mrs. B. E. Miller, of Orlando, often and wish him much success. GAS RANGE FOR SALE-High up lath Board are stiffened imbedded with la toughened lath. Kiln-dried Asphalt- building ustog"Bisboprk"f money gro farther by aadcxW ,Yea4l

county withdraws from the Exchange.Tax were in Taft, Sunday.C. Several of our young people enjoyed eighteen by eighteen in. Oven and

Assessor Butt appeared before H. Nelson, and Mr. Sticker, were I I a fish-fry on Lake Harney, Fri- Brailed. Five burner cooking plate. FOR SALE BY
\ Call 207 America St. 5-27-lm
he Board in reference to having a in Orlando on business, Saturday.P. I day.

\ew book for the Assessor's office. T. Redwood, of Kissimmee, spent j j Miss Mayme McLain is attending FOR RENT-Three room apartment

\pon motion Assessor is instructed to Sunday here with J. H. Estes. J I I Commencement Exercises in Tallahassee. newly furnished. $16.00 per month Orlando WorksThe
chase same. Russell Safford, of Kissimmee, was I I II Afterward she will visit friendsin including lights, water and all con- Novelty
veniences. Apply No. 14 W. Liv-
'ounty Surveyor Fries appeared I a Taft business caller, Monday. ; North Florida. ingston, Ave. 6-5-3t.

b"re the Board: in reference to es- Mrs. W. E. Murphy and daughter Mr. and Mrs. Pattishall and family

tabl hing the county line between Ola, left Saturday for Atlanta, Ga., : spent Sunday with friends in Apop- EVERY BODY'S DOING IT

Orane and Seminole counties. No where they will spend the summer. I ka. Automobiling, we are open for dates Mastic Wall Board and. Roofing MEt Co., Cincinnati.Ohio,
: a (
actiontaken. Miss Hazel Bowels and Buster We were sorry to hear of the seri- picnic parties, or a crowd for an
.
\
uPimotion, : the matter of putting Thays, of Formosa, atended the Deco- ousness illness of Mr. Lawrence Mus- evening drive. Call 360 or ask for -

down swell near the southeastern ration Day exercises here Friday.A I selwhite, who has been spending the C. W. Willsby, Careful driver. 5-13-tf WALL BOARDSpend

,boundarj0f the City of Orlando, pro- committee of Taft Post No. 37, spring in Geneva atending to his .
vided tht property owners affectedby and W. R. C. No. 6 were taken to the father's turpentine business. We hope FOR RENT

said w
referred Commissioner" Overstreetwith autos where they held services and Geneva to his many friends here. for business people, also light . . . 111,1,1.1",1,1 ,. ,. .
power act. decorated the grave of N. Dennis, an Mr. Robert Lee Spier, who is en- house keeping. Delightful location _

Upon motin it is ordered that the old comrade who died some time ago. gaged in business in Tampa, visited with or without board. Terms very!

road from Duaway's corner to Wind- Friday May 30th, Decoration Day, relatives and friends in Geneva last reasonable. Address, "C" care Sen-

ermere be estaijshed as per plat sub- was observed here in the usual man- week. i tinel office. 5-22 tf Take The farnil an bO arn in I

mitted. ner. At noon the W. R. C. served a Miss Abbie Doudney is visiting hero
WANTED Some, to start laun-
one a
Voucher of &chary Lumber Co. free dinner after which all went t o I uncle in Tallahassee.
dry at Winter Garden. Good open- the summer on one of the numerous lakes on
for the balance de for bridge across the school house which was decorated. t Misses Lydia and Nellie Ceiger ing for the right party. Address Box

I made a business trip to Orlando Saturaay. 27, Winter Garden, Fla. 6-3-6tD-ltw the Beach. Now is your time to buy,
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WANTED-Have an inquiry for
The Geneva Board of Trade is
fifteen acre orange grove, with resi-
GREATEST strawing the road between the rail- dence. Give price and terms. A. R.

VALUES IN ORLANDOA road crossing and the clay road which Wrenn, 17 S, Orange, street, Orlando. CAMP STOOLS . . . . . . 25

wil be a great improvement from the D&W.
deep sand. CAMP HAMMOCKS . . . . . $1.50
GOING AWAY?

Regular I Several buildings in town are being CAMP TENTS . . . . $3.50 and up
DownpourOF painted, aong them the Geneva House
If so, don't forget to have the Daily
11 and Geiger Book Store. I Sentinel follow you-mailed every dayto Camp cots and everything to go camping.
Work is being done at Lake Harney
your summer home. No extra
dock. The land is being cleared and

I arrangements made for a beautiful charge.

BARGAINSj& I park and the erection of several ho- THE

tels, etc. Paul A. Horn

There are some.very fine watermelons HELMS HARDWARECOMPANY t
on the market now which were
CONTRACTOR and BUILDER
By securing your personal grown by Mr. George, on Buck Lake.

i REPAIRING A SPECIALTY.
neels now, you can make more ftlHtlMliilillMMUHtmiHHHItMtniitlMUIHFIJI
PUTTING IT CLEARLY

dear honey than by any day's I P. 0. Box 624 Orlando Fla _

work On the old market square at Padu- HltMMIIIIIIMIIIIlimAutos
vtti have ever done Everything I I
cah, Kentucky, two venerable negroes, I II

in \ur store is being sold I known to everybody in town as Uncle sPEC: !: Az

Arthur and Uncle John
were holding
,
at
a sacrifice For Rent at
r a spirited argument on some subject.

Be sure and visit our store. It Just as a white resident passed themhe Hour

heard Uncle John mumble something Any
will eventually pay you. Remember whereupon Uncle Arthur *

lookers are welcomed as politely 'I caught him up sharply."I Seven Passenger allif ll SATURDAY
ain't axin' you is you ain't,"

as buyers. i I snapped Uncle Arthur; "Ise axin' you STEVENS DURYEA
is you is?"

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25c Crepes at 18c
\ Work is progressing rapidly on the ; Ride in a Good Car.'Phone .

Brown & I handsome new building that is being f
Lartigue erected on the west side of Main street

t near the corner of Duval, in Jackson-i MISSES HAIILM & Bun

Men's and Boys' Outfitters ville, for the Rhodes-Futch-Collins 34IIHIHIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII
Company. It will be a ten-story I

structure and will be used exclusively Agents for Barclay CorsetsCOU ;:

for their furniture business.
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man Three One wi of Men Under.a-i the'Who niiiuiu uu Feminine>Won t:;famous fame Literary Names.under cases Laurels a of wo a I i ORLANDO O BANK K & TRUST I COMPANY A fI 1 l LUCERNE[ [ I THEATER[ [


man's name was that of the late William
sharp who kept his identity with
"Fiona Mjcloud" a "dust: ? M-croJ duringhis Capital and Surplus and Undivided Profits $120,000.00.Total MOTION PICTURESTODAY'S
Ufa. unit was only! after his
death that the public was mad Resources over Three-quarters of a Million.

aware that "her" remarkable novelswere I I I'MOTE
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: the work of the well known critic I Statement of the Orlando Bank ani
|n l Trust Co, at Close of Boiineu
characteristically feminine that even:
the mot astute critics believed that | I April 16th, WJ-The Ser i
they were written by a woman's hand j AND THE BEAM". . . . ..Majestic :
Another famous writer. Laurence i i uth Anniversary of
Housman. known already as a |poet it* xbteiec picture story of exceptional marit, one that will
and artist, llilule a third and most sue. j interest you very much
I
Ctssful appearance( before the public asa -
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"veiled lady.: A remarkable book hillS SON.IN-L111W" . . . . . Solax
appeared t.'ntit1todn Knslkbwoman's !J 4 rRr RESOURCES I:
Love Letters," which all the critics I; A fun maker, that will draw a laugh in e'eQscene
praised and all the clubs and literary I i I Loan and Discounts.....888,197.81

circles talked about Who was this \ ''j i i Overdrafts ..'''......... 9H41 "WHEN JIM RETURNED" . . . ..AmericanA
woman who had laid her heart bare? I Real Estate, Foraltart

The critics agreed that, whoever she A 1-4 wa and Fixtures .......... 15,858.44 Western thriller. A story of the early days of
teas she understood her sex to perfec I'' the great West, showing many thrilling incidents
stoW and Bond ........ 26,01843
tion. The secret was kept very close I and a most interesting climax. A cleverly told
Cub on hand and In Beaks 86,267.61
for a time and then to everybody'sImmense story you are sure to enjoy.
amazement the real author I

was revealed as a man after all. F-; t Total .................1'J39l60.01t.1'

Very few people probably will recall LIABILITIES HAVE YOU BEEN TO THE "LUCERNE" LATELY ?
the undoubted fact that one of the
greatest of Victorian poets Algernon IF NOT YOU ARE SURE MISSING THE BEST PICTURE
Capital Stock ..........1100,000.00
hid his
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Charles Swinburne identity occasionally t OFFERINGS OF THIS SEASON.
under the very matter of Surplus and UidiTifet

fact feminine nom de plume of "Mrs. I p Profit ................ 14444JI
Horace Manners" while another and ', Deposits ................ ",111.11 -
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much beloved singer on the other side

of the Atlantic the charming Quaker I .t ; Total ................t1II.... NIGHT 7:15 TO 10 P. M.
poet John Greenleaf Whittler used V
frequently as a pen name the unromantic -
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London Answers. Deposit April 4, UlI..fMM7UI I

Dtpodti+ April II, 1111... MM1UIIierMM ONE WHILE THEY LAST

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No matter bow many girls spurn !
housework, homes- will still eilst No
matter how many women slink discouraged MUMMIMtMtMMMHtMtlttMMIItllilMHIIIIIIIItMHiltlllHMIillMIII 11. p
into hotels and boardinghouses THE MARKETOf
the best of families will always .":
lire in separate homes. No mat. : M. SLEMONS
ter: how many men remain unmarried I
Cleanliness
the majority will always have wives : Of Quality
and children. The millennium Itself _
will not be without the family. I ,
Hotels and boarding houses, even : FRESH AND SALT MEATS

are merely megatherlanlzed homes, I Do you want to buy Men's Shoes-King Quality at $3.50, $4.00 or $5.00.
and matter how much sensible cooperation : .
no .
FISH
AND GAME
In washing and sewing,cooking I Crosset Shoes at4.00.. Women's Tan Shoes at $3.50; Tan Pumps, $3.50, GunMetal a .

and the care of children and sick : or Patent Leather Shoes or Pumps at $3,50.Ve have new styles and Kept under the best sanitary conditions. 9
folk may be compassed even those :
mlllennarians will still have beds to be I best quality.
Everything screened from the flies and fresh
away kept
made, floors to be swept, doors to be : c
tended ,clothes to be sorted, buttons and pure.
to be sewed on, papers to be burned, : Do You Want a Boys' Suit or Boys' PantsWe
dishes to be washed, errands to be run I We invite inspection and guarantee satisfaction. We have

and Folks windows may live to be without locked.concerts and : have a new stock to select from. The Men's Suits that we sell made by everything in the Meat Line.

trolley cars and books, but they cannot : Schloss Bros. are well known all over the country. They are worn by Lawyers,
live without sleeping, and eating I
sickness, visitors dressing and children nor : Doctors, Bankers, Merchants, Farmers, Skilled Workmen and men who appreciate The PARLOR MARKET

can they live without that perpetual merit and correct style in the clothes they wear. We recommend them.
disorder that has to be perpetually :
cleared up, and that perpetual disintegration The brand is a guarantee of quality. It is pleasure to show these clothes, and

of the material universe : we invite every man who reads this paper to visit our store and look at them. H.' M. Self & Co.
which has to be perpetually swept up. '
Domestic work there will always be. :
The family itself may do It, or they I Just Received Mens' Mohair Suits 18-20 PINE STREET
may pay some one else to do It or they :
may do part and pay some one else to I
do part but done It must be.-Annie : Phone No. 80 '
WInsor Allen Atlantic Magazine.

Proverb Against Proverb.A W. M. SLEMONS iimiiMMMitiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiinii'LIGHT .
wealthy lawyer and a downtrodden I .
litigant were conversing together.The I
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lawyer had not always been
wealthy; the client had not always THE
been downtrodden. In the elevators of 4MMIMIIIMMIiMMMMIIttMMiHMtltltlltMiittMttMIMIHIMMMMMIMM
life they had passed each other, one I
going down the other going up says PATH TO PROSPERITY

the other.they Cleveland were quoting Plain''proverbs Dealer. And at' each now= IF YOU WANT, THE LATESTIN


"A fool and his money are soon parted IN Merchants who use Electric Signs never Ic5
!r sneered the attorney
"Lawyers' houses are built, with their way by choosing the wrong road to ,'c-

....' fiwoijr came back the client LINK OF UP TO DATE DIY GOODS, CLOTHING, cess. You simply cannot fail to attract ew
Which showed the man who heard
this bit of repartee the truth of the HATS AND SHOES, ALSO LADIES READY TO WEAR customers if you use an Electric Sign. facts

statement shouldn't that those throw who stones.live In A glasshouses few DRESSES OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS COME TO B. AL(). like an irresistible magnet, drawing ? the

more might be added but this will 40. MON. SATISFACTION GUARANTEED OR MONEY trade within its reach: That is the eason

for the present 't they command the attention of buyer
REFUNDED.B. .
Ilyds and |neeta and V' .t tl.n.
A well known French scientist has For Every Store OwnerNo
asserted that without birds to check
the ravages of insects upon vegetation Salomon. Orlando
human life would nnlah from this matter how small his business the Electric
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planet in the space of nine years. But 1 Sign is the cheapest and mst effective
for the vegetation the insects would .
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perish; but for the Insects the birds .. advertising.
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would perish and but for the birds Phone for our Sign Designer tocall and sub
vegetation would be destroyed. Na .IMMHIIIMMIiMMHIIimaMIMIMIimitiMMtlWE
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ture haj therefore formed a delicate i mit a sketch.

balance without of power bringing which cannot great loss be and disturbed TO 0 OFFER YOU : No Trouble to Us...No Expersejto You.

unhappiness to the world. London i .

Tit-Bits. ROYAL PALM 0I I I THE MOST OF THE BEST j


the"Have sake For of you promoting the ever Sake done of the Others.anything happiness for of BARBER SHOPModern For the Least I WATf & lI T CO.

others without selfish reward asked and Complete.

the idealist Everything new, individual COOK WITH ASSubscribe
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1 should say so, replied Mr.
Growcher. "I have bought any quantity electric attachments at every Tender Meats AbAAAAA wAdAfAJtaABAti
of stock that never paid divi chair. No atone has been left Juicy
dends.-Washington Star. unturned to make this shop

meet th erequirements of the I You the best at
can always depend on getting our
of Room. I For The Sentinel.tMtlltMIHtllllUMMHHHHIIIMIMIIMIHtltll
Plenty most particular. Plenty of : .
Bhe-A woman has a greater capacity room. Courteous attendants. : market, and you will find there is a wonderful difference -
for learning than a man. He Yes; a I in meats. I -
woman Is.never so full of gossip that ELIJAH WHITEHEAD, I I
she can't hold more.-Phlladelphla Proprietor. f

Re<'Ord. Orange Ave. Orlando, Fla. REDUCED LIVERY RATES DURING SUMMER i

Good Reaion.Hello. W& PIGUE L :
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Sprad-lles? Horse and Buggy day $2,50 :
"Hello, a::rom, I haven't seen you per
for a week""No If you miss your Sentinel, call BOONE STREET: ORLANDO, FLA. '6 1.2 day 1.50
; I've been seeing you flrst"- phone 24 between seven and nine i :

BlnnlnlhamelIerald: o'clock and a copy will be brought Ii PHONE 105 Carriage and Pair, per day 4.50 :

:you by special messenger.If I ..
If l am hnii 1.2 2.50
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before the MM basketful of earth Is ____ __.. _
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placed on the summit I hate failed- you have a house for rent, advertise
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City Council ground out the
Louis C. Massey President
usual routine of business last night.

T. Pleton Wallow Vke.Pra. .. WaUn How., CuU Perhaps the most important sub- .
Howard C B&beoek. Aii't CuUcr Samuel A.Newell.Aut CukW ject was presented by the ladies of the --
Civic League, requesting the city .

by a petition requesting the city to : ,

THESTATE take steps to acquire a strip of land : What
is the
; around each of the more prominent I I

lakes, especially Lake Lucerne, Lake :
Cherokee and Lake Highland. The :

BANK I ladies presented the subject in a con- : CHRISTMAS SAVING
,
vincing manner showing the desirability ,
of such ownership and the City

Council expressed themselves as favorable -|i
to the measure and said they
CLUB ?
of OrlandoTHE would do all they could to acquire
H such title.

The majority of the citizens of Orlando -

will favor such a measure.A .
OLDEST BANK IN THE CITYAND number of ordinances were passed Merely a number 01! people who arrange to systematicallysave

and it is doubtful if
some of them
certain odd pennies each week with the positive assurance -
are well advised as there is extreme

doubt as to the legality of some of that they will receive a check two weeks before '

The Bank which transacts more business than them dinances and is the considerable expense of to passing tax payers.or- Christmas for every penny they have saved.

any Bank between Jacksonville and Tampa For instance, the ordinance requiring -

all property owners to make the

connection from sewer to propertyline
The large patronage of this Bank has been built up within ten days is one that could

during twenty years by conducting its business on sound hardly be enforced in law and would You can save any amount from 2 cents week up.
not stand the test of courts. Al 1
principles with careful attention to the legiti-
banking
property owners should do this for
mate wants of customers. The confidence of the publicis their own good and for the good of The 2 cents the first
$11.22
amount of deposits. the city as it can be done much cheaper -
reuected in the large week "club" nets you
now and save tearing up the streets
Average deposit Fiat tyuurtar 1191\ $900,000. again. But lot owners can hardly be

compelled to do it under the ordinance -

and would be more easily convinced -
FOUR PER CENT PAID ON SAVINGS ACCOUNTS | by the City Engineer and
IT IS WORTH WHILE !
Street Committee than by an ordinance -

of doubtful legality.An .

Our correspondent banks are located in every part of | ordinance to compel railroad
crossings to conform to city gradeis Call at tile Christmas Savings Club Window and let us explain it more fully,
< the world and include some of the largest Banks in the a right move, undoubtedly, and
should be obeyed. or better still join some club now.
I United States.
; ,
0 The Sanitary Committee, by thei:
report, showed that they have been' }
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- doing good work and are still at it.
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LEAGUE PICNIC FIRST BAPTIST SUNDAY CHURCH NEXT oat regarding John tree Luther injuring the removal addressed his green of the house large Council prop-live ; ; The Peoples National Bank |

Yesterday afternoon, being the first ,
Thursday half-holiday, the Municipal Both services, morning and eveningat erty, gardens, etc. "
Alderman J.T. "It is a pleasure serve
Seegar turned in his you.
the First church will
League tendered their friends a pic- Baptist be
nic on the banks of beautiful Lake special. The morning service will be resignation on account of moving out
especially for the aged for those who of the city. Accepted and electionto
Gatlin, near Lake Conway. ;
be called for July 8th to elect his I%ttttttttflfltttttttttttnstfltttvtW.\ \ \ %''
in with
Quite a large crowd attended 3 yet linger us; those whose best ..
spite of the threatening weather, and day have been spent and now in the successor.

all spent a most pleasant afternoon.The evening of life are awaiting the call, Ordinance adopted requiring property IIMtltHMIIMMIIIIIIHMMIIillMIIMillMIIMIIIMtMMtfilllHMIimiMtN.
newly organized band was pres- "Elcelsior," come up higher Dr. Douglas owners along the line of sewer

ent and played a number of selections. j will preach special sermon to to make connections with same as
that the have sonly "The of Life Sun- soon as the sewer is built in front of
In spite of the'fact boys i Pilgrimage ,
had a few rehearals they made I day< morning. A special and very same.Fire Committee P. lOWELL H

an excellent showing, surprising i cordial invitation is extended to those recommended con- .
everybody with their progress. who will come. demnation proceedings aginst the

As darkness came Mr. Starkey, the I 1 I Sunday evening's sermon will be wooden buildings on the North side

competent band instructor, invited the especially to young men, and every of Pine street between Orange avenue The Big White StoreS
and Court street. Same
referred backto
ferry throng to his home on the bank young man should hear this sermon;
T Lake Conway, a .short distance I I I "The Young Man 'for the Times." Fire Committee to get estimatesand

ay, thinking that it would be more Come and partake of the things which I report back to council at next

c'enient to serve the refreshments make the soul to grow. I meeting. .
tl V This invitation was accepted, Cemetery Committee recommendedthe

an\fter a jolly picnic supper, the A HAPPY OCCASION appointment of a sexton at $50
par'returned toward home, thank- per month who shall remain at the

lng \ League and Mr. Starkey fortheir A pleasant event of last eveningwas cemetery; the city to build a suitable .
house, etc., and to allow him to dig
the
vitality. masquerade party at the homeof
Miss Frances McCarney in the all graves at $2 each and have general

PRE YTERIA RECEPTION Highland Grove addition which was supervision of cemetery etc.
Ten more carloads of shell to bordered H
participated by
twenty-five of th?
The Hs' Aid Society has madeee younger society set. to finish the road to cemetery

pre ation for the gathermgof Miss Sophia Lockhart was awarde Ordinance allowing markets outsid

the con ? tion of the First Presbyterian the honors for the meet appropriately fire district under same restriction I

ch.h in a social way to- masked lady, while Peter Maher won as other market xegulations.Ordinaire '
nights! Theyre reqvirfag raftmib :j
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aivxioustv the
particularly
I>I& r. Watch This
far ttt urea be in attendance and Choke refreshments were served conform to grade, etc., also regulating I Spacefor
consequently speed of trains to eight miles hour
have prepared a and the young folks had a jolly good per
real supper, snare announcing the time. within the city limits. I

hours from six ock on, 50 that bus. Bond trustees" filed Surety Bondsof

mess men- may co? from theIr placesof STARS GIVEN FOR ATTENDANCEs $15,000 each from the American fflltllttlllMMM MMIMitllltttlHItlMMIilltllttf

work direct to.ie church and join Surety Company. HIMiMIMillMIt
these members of Petition for street lamp to be
heir h ouse h 0 ld Misses Laura Robinson, Elise Wes- placed
there. A most at the corner of Palmer avenue and .7.1 1
coral invitationextended ,,5 cott, Mabel Lundgren and Master
every memo of the con.gregation i- Aaron Kanner were the happy recipients Conway avenue. Referred to proper
to be pre t.WE"LL of committee with power to act. This .
special prizes at St. Joseph'sAcademy
petition signed by Naif Forage, Asad
on Wednesday evening, the SPECIAL PRICES !
ALL BE iIERE girls being presented with star shaped Forage, C. Goeswein, Jas. F. Henry,
W. S. DeWitt and Wm. Slemons.
pins of gold and Master Kanner, a
Merry-go-round and awa\f. Sundry bills audited and ordered
.1 TC go, book, as rewards for their excellent
Away we go to the June\ paid. ,
st show attendance
; during the past term. .
On Lake Lucerne whose clfr waters Adjourned at 11 p. m. to meet in i
flow r, adjourned session today, Friday evening .
Thro' the SUCCESSFUL FISHERMEN at 7:30.
heart of old Orlado. ,
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Messrs. H. L. Beeman J. M.
Cheney
On .
Tuesday next, let's all be tore CLEVER .
COMMENTA
Let's all be there and drop du Seth Woodruff, James L. Giles
and Ralph Yearby returned home last -
Let's "
"Ring the
Pole, and "king'':
through the air," night from a three-days' fishing tripon Pennsylvania woman, now a hun- .

And "Hit the Nigger;? fair ani : the South banks of Lake Conway. dred years old, has never worn a hat;
square; Plenty of fish and enjoyable time generally yet we do not read that her husband

All for the sake of Orlando I is the report they bring back. ever.saved enough to buy an automo-


NEWS FROM ALTAMOJTE :Messrs. C. T. Chandler, of Richmond I.flee-1 I .

Ya., and H. A. Willis, of New N. P. YOWELLThe

Altamonte Springs, June 4.-.MissJ I Orleans, are among the late arivalsat A Milwaukee high school senior

Irene Fuller, daughter of Mr. and+llrs. ':i the San Juan. class has adopted as a class motto
.
A. 11. Fuller left last night for her i that noble and novel sentiment, "We
summer vacation, visiting friends '< Seminole Encampment conferrde th Should "
q 1d ? Worry. Behold the refinementof Big White Store
relatives in New York and Connect. I Royal Purple degree last night on modern education! Cleveland

cut. Her brother, Herbert, accompa j candidates and at the close had a social Plaindealer. .
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nied her 1 meeting with refreshments.! ,
Miss Grace Lewis only daughter ; itiiiiiiiitiiiiitiiiiiiiiintitnittitnttttttttfttttiiiiiMMi :
of iniHimum
j Sarah Bernhardt that
'I says Ameri-
Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Lewis, will leave!1 The monthly business meeting of cans don't know how to eat. Which

on the 15th inst. to spend the sum I 9. Cecelia's Guild will be held at the seems to be it than when AT THE FAVORITE
a confession that Sarah running after you are Ocala is planning to have a big celebration TODAY
mer with friends and relatives ini i I! Copter House this afternoon at four has been patronizing the railroad riding in it.-New Orleans Picayune. on the Fourth of July. There I I Diamond cut Diamond, a magnifi.
Massachusetts, and New Hampshire. ; o'cl!.ck. A full attendance is desired lunch counter.-Cleveland Leader. will be music speeches, old fashion cent. Milano Masterpiece in Two
________________ i j jas tie Dean will be Parts
present and will I Andrew Carnegie is going to Europe picnic dinners, a baloon, ascension and Billy's Board Bill, (Gem) Featuring
EPWORTH ATTENTION LEAGUERS j! address wishes taken the Guild. concerning work he Now that the English suffragettesare I to congratulate Emperor Williamon other attractions to make the day a Billy Quick in the Roaring Comedy.

__ up.Shanitarger's beginning to fight among themselves his twenty-five years of peace, pleasant one.Members Come to the Favorite and laugh and
I r fat.Open .
some of us see a very prob- which for a war lord is a mighty fine grow
Tonight: at 0:30 sharp. Banquet I' for bicycles and able solution of the whole militancy record.-Chicago News. 2 to 5 and 7 to 10 p. m.
supper and business meeting; Sundries U problem. of Troop 3, Boy Scouts of Admission 5c to all.

"Don't fail us with your absence" America, in Pensacola, enjoyed a hiketo

Our last gathering in the old church, Money to loan on improved prop It is curious how much faster a Shanibarger's for bicycles and Magnolia Bluff a few days ago, and Money to loan on improved
so everyone requested to be present erty. S. Y. WAY. street car humps along when Sundries. ttf camped there for the night. erty. S. prop-
you are Y. WAY.i .

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