The daily sentinel
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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 7, 1913
Frequency: daily (except monday)
normalized irregular
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 )
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
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002075051
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Related Items: South Florida sentinel
Succeeded by: Morning sentinel

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

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Special to the SentineL City Council met last night to Atlanta, Ga., June 6.-For the first Tallahassee, June 6.-Tears were to the Sentinel i BANKERS

Apopka, June 6.-This little city finish up the left-over business of the time since her husband, Leo. :M. Frank brought to the eyes of Senators andthose Washington, June 6.-In a state- ] Special New to York the ,Sentinel June 6.-Governor
into excitement this Hooper
was thrown night before. I was arrested more than four weeks in the galleries when appealswere ment made public today by the Post of

morning about 2:30 o'clock when the I The allowing of bills took considerable -t I ago, on suspicion of having murdered made yesterday for the passage Office Department, the work of Postmaster I\ and, the Tennessee, Treasurer Hickson
alarm of fire was cried out and i it ,: time and I Secretary of State are canvassing
was by a Mary Phagan, the pencil factory girl, of the two pension measures before Burleson since he took officeon I the
learned that it was the big box j j I financial district today in
was I number of but in i
gingery speeches the
accused March
man's the
wife on Thursday upper house. Senators Johnson 5, is summarized. It is an effort
as-I to sell
and crate factory of the Consumers'Lumber it all, there was evidence of good broke her silence and issued a statement and Davis opposed the measures, the serted that the new Postmaster $11,500,000 of Tennessee

& Veneer Company of this I for it was plain that the Council are ,,I in which she vigorously attacks former making a motion to indefinitely eral l found his office besieged with \ four-per-cent by bankers that bonds, were informed

city that was on fire. going to follow the suggestions of Solicitor General Hugh :M. Dorsey and I postpone, which was lost and bothbills complaints attributed mainly to: notes are
male citizens of i I II'I more easily sold at this time than
Soon most j I II auditor Mitchell and have every bill the city detectives for the methods passed. Undue stress placed by the former bonds,
the town were on the ground, lending i examined before it is paid. which she I
I charges they have adopted I The House this morning passed theSenate administration of the Department on The bankers
a helping hand to extinguish the angry I I The Council cannot be too riged inI+I! in effort Governor
an gather evidence againstMr. bill creating a State Board of I economy at the hazard of injury to';' that the best
flames that were leaping and lick!! the matter of investigation of bills.I Ii Frank. Tax Commissioners. I postal facilities which in thing to do would be to
some the
get Legislature to
in reach. authorize offering
ing up everything 'I It is a matter of common knowledge: Mrs.: Frank begins her statementby A conference committee from the so impoverished the service short -
The large boiler shed was totally that many men feel at perfect liberty declaring "the action of the so House and Senate is in session on am as to make it necessary for the I bond's security bearing
new interest at five
destroyed as was also the blacksmithand ;, to pad bills against the city, feeling licitor general in arresting and i imprisoning endments to the pure food bill. administration to act quickly and !! and per cent or
machine shops together with all that to rob the public is no harm. our family cook because she The Senate has passed the House drastically in order to save the integrity The State running of Tennessee a year and a half.
; will
the tools and machinery in them. open bids
The finance committee can save the would not make bill known the
voluntarily a false as corrupt practice act, of the service and bring '' June 17th
relief on for
By heroic effort the fire was checked city good money by putting the knifeto statement against my innocent husband relating to primary elections; to limit to the people. $11,458,000 fourpercent
before it reached the large mill forty-year bonds but New York
every padded bill. brings a limit to patience." and regulate, control and restrict cam The difficulties of the situation were bankers of the
proper or the crate plant itself, but Perhaps the most important actionof She charges that witnesses are being paign expenditures; requiring candidates intensified by the rapidly increasing: is opinion that there
no for
bonds being
not until damage estimated at $10,000had the evening was the empoweringof tortured into furnishing the kind to make certain statements of volume of business brought by the sold at -
been done to the plant. a special committee consisting of of affidavits desired by the solicitor campaign expenses; to protect and to parcel post which went into operation

Fully one hundred men will be temporarily Messrs. Gwynne, Holland and Walker and the detectives, and states that "it punish certain offenses and corrupt January 1, 1913 and from the adjust I:

out of employment, but the to secure grounds for large sheds is hard to believe that practices of and illegal practices in connectionwith ments made necessary under the eight j' ATHLETIC MEET

management gave out the statement for hitching places for farmers' teams,:: this nature will be countenanced anywhere elections; protect the purity of in ten law. | -

before the embers had died out today the same to be provided with feed in the world, outside of Rus the ballot and providing penalties for I As soon as possible PostmasterGeneral Special to The Sentinel

that the plant would again be in, troughs and watering places; the farmers I I sia." violations. ) Burleson started work to New York, June 6.-:More than 10-

operation by the first of next week. to have the free remedy 000 school boys took part in a gigantic
use of these. Several times in the course of her This measure was drafted by Governor the situation. There were
This plant is one of the largest of There will also be constructed a 1 laI statement, Mrs. Frank reiterates her I Trammell, and its passage will for postmasters, nearly many all vacancies of' !' athletic meet in Central Park today

its kind in this part of the State and dies' and gents' toilet. The city appreciate full confidence in the innocence of her have the effect of allowing men of which were filled. Hundreds of under the auspices of the Pub-
is the principal industry for many of their farmer friends and will husband. petitions lic Schools Athletic League. The
I Referring to Mr. Frank's moderate means to enter their candidacy for rural free delivery routes
our citizens, who depend upon it fora provide conveniences for them. I movements on the day of the murder, for the various national and were disposed of and as a games were witnessed by many prominent .
step toward
living and to have it destroyed would An ordinance was ordered preparedprohibiting she says, "My husband was at homefor State offices. It is a companion bill I expediting the mails, the Postmaster men and city officials.

mean a very heavy loss to Apopka, swimming or bathing in I lunch and in the evening at the to the Bryan primary measure, which General ordered that the back-slam j Every school in the city was rep

especially at this time when her prospects Lakes Lucerne, Cherokee and Eola. hours he has stated on the day of the has already been passed and signedby ing of mail be discontinued. P i, resented. The climax to the meet wasa

to grow into a city of some note Dr. Christ was present and gave an I, murder. He spent the whole Saturday the governor. Many of the changes which Postmaster ': relay race in which 200 teams of
are so flattering. effective talk on sanitation and fifty boys each took place at the
pure evening and night in my com The Senate passed the House bill General Burleson has into same
While the loss comes heavy upon water, that was full of valuable j time that hundreds of other
Neither all railroad effect youngsters
sug I pany. on Saturday, nor Saturday requiring locomotives operated have to do largely with the i internal
the company, the entire communityis gestions.The : were trying to establish
i night, nor on Sunday nor at any and used for drawing passenger workings of the Department jump
rejoicing today that it was saved I City Council are awake to the t I other time did my husband, by word and freight trains to be equippedwith but their effect will be felt throughout ing records. Thousands of boys took
from a total loss and that work will part in the drills
necessities of cleanliness '
and purity or act, in other and simultaneously.
or the
any way, de- to use headlights of a certain entire service. Among these
be resumed again at an early date. and will wage such a campaign against"| himself otherwise are The first on the program
mean than as an innocent candlepower and providing for a1 I the consolidation of the Division of i was a
violators of ordinance and healthrules i man." penalty for violations. Stamps and 1 two minute drill by 10,000 boys, showI
BOOSTERS' EXCURSIONThe that when they get through, OrMrs.. Frank asserts that slanders I With nearly three hundred bills 1 left sible substantial improvements, making in Posing administration j j I I the breathing calisthenic and pos-

!lando will be a model of cleanliness. have been circulated to the effect that on the calendar at the last day of the and methods changes in- !I ture drill as used three times daily in

spirit of progress which has The citizens will stand back of themin the home life of herself and her husband session, Wells, of Leon county, secured parcel post stamps that will, effect !i|i the schools to fill lungs with air, re
been on the rise for some weeks in any effort to compel purity and was not consideration an lieve the strain of attention, overcor
a happyone. "I know and took up half economy of $50,000 a in the
Orlando, is about to bubble over. cleanliness. Lay the ax at the root I my husband is innocent. No man of the morning session in regard to of production and greatly year facilitate cost j!i i desk stoop, etc. Ten thousand b<

Every man who has the good of his of the tree gentlemen. Spare none. could make the good husband that he the unimportant Leon and Gadsden I their isue and handling in the were divided into teams of fifty :
home, and his home town at heart Protect the public. has service the jumping contest, to determine
been "
to me and be a criminal, county fence bill. and their use by the
has been anxious to do something to I' public, the ,; total school
she declares. The Senate this morning passed the issuance of a new stamp book to jump. Boy No. 1 jt'e
help boost. WOMAN DISTURBS TRAFFIC I As stated above this is :Mrs. Frank's citrus fruit bill as amended by the two denominations of contain from a mark and Boy No. 2 jPe
The latest and most concerted ef I stamps: from the new mark.
II i I first public statement since the arrest House. one cent and two cents and
fort is a boosters' excursion to the Milwaukee, Wis., June 6.-Judge of her husband, and it will probably; method of a new I i,I I Selected I schools I gave a fitfball minI -

gulf. Several of the aggressive business I, Page today imposed a fine of $10 and be her last. Under the Georgia 1 laws, AMBASSADOR GUTHRIE BANQUETED fourth-class distributing post offices supplies to I(I ute exhibition of indoor ,
whereby j other
men suggest that an auto trip costs on Elizabeth Geiger, thirtyeightfor a woman is not permitted to testify are sent in bulk to they I(''I basketball, prisoner's base

be made by at least a half hundredmen wearing a skirt which was too I for or against her husband. It was in each state whence some central point i games I approved as haul dIrect
in well labeled cars and great tight and much too short. The verdictwas for this reason that Mrs. Frank was Special to the Sentinel tributed with are re-ells- .,, physical training value. s'i
I no delay and
quantities of enthusiasm.The that the woman had donned a not summoned as a witness before the Pittsburg, Pa., June 6.-Eight hun- saving in transportation a considerable 'i\ ."&.,
route is via Kissimmee, Laughman striking skirt decorated the dred Pittsburgers charg :
at bottom coroner's jury.BASEBALL prominent in all es. A NEAR Cl/1
Davenport, Haines City, Florence and cut with such economy of material walks of life, assembled at DlcSiee ry's A number of !I

Villa, Winter Haven, Eagle Lake, that it was necessary that i it be RESULTS IN THE BIG dining rooms tonight to banquet Geo. the Department experienced are officers of i I Atlanta Ga.,-JuneA physical

Bartow, Lakeland, Plant City, Sefner,!given a slit of extreme length to per- LEAGUES ,; W. Guthrie, the new appointed ambassador the field studying conditions now employed with in I encounter'betw en CF'' of Detectives

Gary, Ybor City, Tampa, Green t mit its wearer to move about. She had to Japan. view to recommending a N. A. Lanford and 1mas B. Felder,
Springs, Clearwater, Bellair, lar- then on parade the south side. Special to the Sentinel. Among those remedies I
gone on j present were, Bryan: wherever defects in methods a prominent AtUr attorney, was
go, and St. Petersburg. From St. j; This gown with its slit side provided National Chinda, and prominent officials of na- discovered. may be I narrowly averted Jay by the inter-

Pete. four miles by car and four such a display of silken hose and other Pittsburg, 1; Philadelphia, 2. i tional administration. Good will and ference of bysUrrs in the Fulton

miles by boat to Passagrille.It I: things that men stopped on the street Chicago, 4; Boston, 5. laudatory references to the amba ssa- PROTEST AGAINST I I: county grand Ii ante-room. Both
is proposed to leave Orlando to look and clerks in stores hurried to AmericanPhiladelphia dor-elect were the keynote of the TREATY t Lanford and F/F had been summoned -

Tuesday morning and return here I the windows to watch her as she pass 8; Detroit, 7. gathering.A before the/'nd W in.its investigation -

Friday. ed. Boston, 4; Chicago, 3. letter was read from President Special to the SentineL I of v;fconditions m Atlanta.

The trip would serve a double pur i The policeman who acted as censor New York, 1; Cleveland, 2. Wilson in which the President ex11'ashington, June 6.- Nine of the j I'' Accordinf report of the incident

pose.. .It_would be a booster for the I was Thomas Ryterski.- who decided Washington- ., 1: St. Louis.' 0.-- pressed regret at not being unable to most influential men--- .in.. tho,.,\, iT'U..,.fled i i the two mengaged, in a disPute over
city of Orlando and it would breed that such clothes were not only unbecoming Southern I attend the gathering. Baron Chinda States Senate, behind closed doors at Felder's Barking that Lanford failed -

an enthusiasm in the breasts of the I and immodest, but was also Montgomery, 2; Mobile, 1. ; complimented Ambassador Guthrie the executive session this afternoon,II to spi to him as the detective

boosters that would be of inestimable inclined to prefer a charge against Chattanooga, 7; Atlanta 5. j I and President Wilson and Secretary voiced their protest ,against the entered pe ante-room. Heated retorts -
renewal -
value to the participants and they,her of "disturbing traffic on the pub- South Atlantic Bryan and referred to the shortening of the arbitration treaty with, w/e/ followed by the two men

would impart enthusiasm to all parts : lic thoroughfares." Jacksonville 1; Charleston, 0. i jon, the distance between nations by Great Britain that expired June 4th rushingtoward each other, but by-
of ,
Orlando upon their return. "Any woman who wears skirts Columbus, 2; Albany, 0. modern science. they declared these treaties tied standei interposed and forced Felderout

To get out and shake hands with whose hem is more than twelve inches Macon, 2; Savannah, 0. i I! hands in every direction where Am our of he room.
our neighbors and see what they are above the ground is liable to a fine Carolina STRIKERS CLASH WITH POLICE interests should be prole steel.Feldr recently published in the local

doing, seeing wherein we excell them in this court," said Judge Page. Raleigh, 5; Winston-Salem, 1. ;I Secretary Bryan's plans for universal ;ewspapers charges concerning the

and in what they lead us will be Asheville, 11; Greensboro, 5. :: Stettin, Germany, June 6.-A battle peace was sneered at during discussion I coriuct of th city detective depart-

time exceedingly well spent.SUPERINTENDENT I'DEPRESSION ONLY TEMPORARYSpecial I Durham, 8; Charlotte, 5. between police and strikers in which and he was charged with being mnt

to the Sentinel. 70 persons were severely wounded, responsible for the United States A. S. Colfar, who recently figured

DISMISSED New York, June 6.-Jacob H. Schiff, SALARY TOO SMALL FOR JUDGE I j I was fought last night in the suburb of yielding to the demands of all the ji conferences in which it was alleged -

I I a banker arrived today on the Mau-I Frauendorf, as the sequel to the killing foreign governments where American a secret telephonic device had

Special to the Sentinel retania after four months' trip to Eu'i New London, Conn., June 6.-Judge of a striker by a nonstriker.t interests i were at stake. The Senator been usd against Mayor James G.

ter Pittsburg, Pa., June 6.-S. H. Hee- rope and expressed optimistic view of I j Walter C. Noyles, one of the judgesof Workers in a chickory factory wenton said it was because of this that the? Woodwjrcl, Attorney fielder and others

superintendent of the Pittsburg "economic readjustment" the Second Federal Judicial strike some time Last United arrested
schools through Circuit,, ago. even- States was afraid to enter ViP by a deputy sheriff
dismissed, charged with immorality was which the United States is passing't whose resignation was announced last ing one of them mobbed a man who :Mexico and protect its own citizens I today'at the court house where he

this afternoon by the Boardof and declared the unsettled conditions I':night from Washington says he resigned had continued at work, and in thefight that the impression had been createdin I was waiting to be called as a witness

His Education sole by a vote of 12 to 1. and general depression to be but tem- for reasons of finance. "The'j i i which ensued, the striker was Japan that this country would not by ,.he grand jury. The deputy exhibted -

supporter being Miss BeulahKennard porary, "if the legislation for prudentreform I I salary of the office, $7,000, is inade- stabbed and killed. The striker's com stand up for its rights, had 1 led to a warrant from Knoxville,

burg superintendent of the Pitts currency follows the reduction I I quote for the increasing expenses ofj'rades later gathered in front of the present dispute with Japan over the Tnn., charging Colyar with forgery
achieved Association. Heeter of tariff, we shall escape serious revulsion my family and for the increasing ex factory and demanded that the non- authority of California to say who leged to have been committed sever.

actions unenviable notoriety by his and become even stronger, financially penses of the education of my chil : striker be handed over to them. Theirj should own its soil. Chamberlainwho il years ago. jt4\;

charged towards with teachers and was also and commercially than we dren," said Judge Noyes. I j request was refused, and they threatened is leading the fight said tonight ....
a serious offence by a have been heretofore," said Schiff. to demolish the factory. that the
domestic in his i treaty would never be of re!I AMBASSADOR PAGE AT BANQUET .
family. "For the entire world is sufferingfrom WAGE PROBE IS ON |' lief in its present shape.WEATHER .

excessive demands upon capital ( CONTROL INSECTS WITH HEAT
Messrs. E. C. Auchmoody and Chas. and the, supply falls far short of the
Chicago III
June 6.
E. McCrae, of Kansas demands.The -Bankers, commercial L-, Kansas City, June 6.-Heat as a REPORTs London, June United States Am-
City, Mo., ar leaders, street railway officials means of controlling mill insects -
rived in Orlando last waethe bassador Walter> Hines Page
night on a awakening of China, Balkanwar and '
sociological thunder
petting trip. They workers we subject of a paper read at the showers Saturday and his first public appearance in London
are guests of the and the ,large armaments being called
San Juan. upon to testify as to men'swages final day's session of the conventionof probably Sunday. I at the Pilgrims' banquet, given in his
made in Europe are the chief de-
before the
welfare commission the Operative Millers' Association honor. At the dinner tonight, Ambastyping -

Toilet paper-5 ets roll. 6 for 25 cts. mands. here today. The connection between -!;I here today by Prof. George H. Dean, There is no work so hard as sador Page will be formally invitedto
vice and low wages received by of the Entomology of to keep memorial at
Curtis & department the up the impression th you to unveil the Pilgrims'
O'Neal. Subscribe for the Sentinel. the head
Kansas State Agricultural College. are a good fellow. Southampton on August 15.

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DEMOCRACY IX COLLEGESThat i '\" \\'\ \ \" " \ \\ ''t"f"'T\ \ { ;t"I"t.:

the American people are a1

.fairs democratic liberty and a in simplicity people social loving and over religious the all greatestof is again af-;i Gifts to Please I I Bargains Bargain! !

demonstrated in the action of the
President and trustees of Harvard
University.It Special Bargains during the remainder of this [month.
has been the generally accepted ,' Shoes for men, ladies, misses and children, in al! styles
belief that life at Harvard was an i' lay he safely purchased from K7 and colors, high and low, cut to suit the taste of*...every
body .All shoes will sell at 25
per cent off.
exclusive life, seeing but little of and
caring but little for the outside world.; us where everything r Ladies' Shirtwaists from 48c up.Ladies' *
This belief works injury to the in-, (1/ Dresses, in all styles and colors, french
Gingham, from 9Sc
stitution and day by day decreases its i up.
popularity. The average American I is guaranteed. -'y MY Children's Dresses, in all styles, sizes and colors,
from 25c .
parent do not want their children '
schooled in the belief that they be- Skirts, in Linen, Pique and Serges, in all
styles, sizes and colors, from 9Sc up.
long in a special social class and are w
I Dry Goods at a special reduction. .
better than those outside the pale of .
,their set. Recognizing this fact, Pres- Ladies' and Children's Rain Coats from $1.98 up.
i Allen & Co. Ladies' and Children's
Ready-to-Wear and Trimmed
ident Lowell is taking steps to dispel Hats from 25c up.Men's .
that belief and at the same time inculcate -1'
more democratic ideas in the Clothing, such as Blue Serge, Mohair and
Cashmere Suits, all from $8.00 and
minds of the of that up. A
Men's Alpaca Coats from $2.00 up. .
great institution of liberal education.The .. JEWELERS Men's Pants, all kinds, latest styles, from 98c up. jfBoys'
great educators of this day, all, 4
Suits in Cashmere, washable Suits in all styles ;"
over this democratic country are I j and colors, from 50c up.Bo"s' .
.laboring to remove the lines of demarcation -I
Pants from 25c up.Men's ,
statesman between and stockman poet and, financier peasant,I Orlando, FloridaOur and Boys' Bathing Suits,all sizes, from 4Sc up. t
Men's and Boys' Felt and Straw Hats from 25c up.
and farmer, and bring about closer
Notwithstanding our exceptional low prices, in addition s
relationship between men and women we give away premiums in chinaware to everybody i+
.from jevery walk of life. And in this
who trades with us.
movement is the hope of America. In I
We want your trade and we assure you that we will
this lies the safety of the social com-I.
t give you the best merchandise for your money. We guar-
.pact. Repair Department at antee satisfaction or your money refunded. Come and
convince yourself, your trade will be appreciated.
GROVE FOR SALE your service always.Everythinli If you would be posted be a daily visitor to this store. Agent for the Snow shoe-

$1,600 cash needed-21-3 acres,,150
trees-orange, grapefruit and lemonsin | H. Kanner's New Bargain Store, Orlando j ;
bearing. $464 worth of fruit taken
from it last winter. 5 miles Southeast MtMMMMIIiMMlMlMilM *+*+* +/*+ *
3 churches, school and store right at
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1,000 Books of 20 Tickets Each, Worth $2.00, now
.A Boon to All Those Who Go Down to Selling for 50c at The Arcade Restaurant, The Lucerne
the Sea In Ships Delaney Drug Co.I I Theater and Magruder's Livery Stable. THE CAR
The McElroy Pharmacy have a rem
edy that is guaranteed to cure Sea We want to get everybody in the habit of spendinga THAT EVERYBODYIS
pleasant and profitable hour each evening at the Lu-
Sickness. If
you a strip ; WATKINS BLOCK PHONE NO, 2
be sure and take with you a bottle TALKING
of McElroy's Sea-Sick remedy. If I A BOOK AT ONCE, WHILE THEY LAST.MiiimiMtttttfitmMIIHItMIMHIIIiltlMMI.
it does not cure money refunded. tf ABOUT
Ex-Chief W. D. Vinxant of tie
police department of Jacksonville, has The Best EverHilMiHIMIIIIIIHIIIIMIMiMMMIIIilMHIMM
returned to that city after an extended SEE

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STATE NEWS The handsome 'new high school in I I .
H. A. RoystonHouse
Bradentown was opened for the first STAR BRAND

Building permits issued in Jacksonville time a few days ago for the graduating Painting and CalciminingI For the Next Fifteen DaysWe
during the month of May reached exercises of the class of 1913. The haH had years of experience and CORN CRISPETTE[
a total, of $254,117. building is not completed throughout, guarantee my work.
but the auditorium, with its new seatsin Estimates cheerfully furnished.
The canning factory at Ruskin is place, was ready for occupancy and
Drop me a card and I will call. Wholesome Nourishing'
Lime 90c
busy canning tomatoes and will be this class was eager to christen the'! P. 0. Box 381 'I II Delicious will at
busy for some time to come. i new building, and receive the first
diplomas given out within its walls. Shanibarger's for bicycles and Manufactured By per barrel delivered,
Last week R. L.Tucker of Apalachicola ,Sundries. tf
shipped one carload of honey, Plans for the deep water in St. SMITH & MAHON five barrel lots.
and another shioment will %o forward Petersburg have passed the Secretaryof
rest week. War as they were drawn by HenryC. Any man will succeed in this life Successors to Terry & Comroy
Long, the harbor expert from Bos- if he keeps his heart warm and his

ine steamship Lenan-i Capt. E. W. ton, who was employed by the city for head cool. Subscribe for the Sentinel. Florida Metal Co.
Kimble, of the Clyde Line, in -om- this purpose. As soon as the city
mand, left Jacksonville for New York puts up its bond and lets the contractfor
Sunday with a large list of pasen- the pier, the Government will senda McNEIL-DAVIS BUILDING
gers. big dredge to this port to commence J :
1 work immediately. It is expected that NEW COLORS AND PATTERNS IN Phone 41.V 0';'

The paving of streets and laying of actual work will commence within the -
in Fort Meade is next few weeks. The basin at Bay-
sewer pipes progressing -
and the work will boro will be the first part of the har- I -=
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probably be completed by the first of bor to receive aid from the Govern- Crepe B Goods and KimonosGowNS ; : ,,,,,., ,,, ., ,'.
July. ment. A jetty is to be built at the
mouth of the channel into the basin .
!and behind this will be built the pier.St. ."
Plans have been accepted for the Cool
1:- Petersburg Note in Tampa Time ETC. r Keep
new club building which is to be erect-I ,
ed in Bartow for the Croked Lake!I
Anglers'two-story Club.structure This,will uniquely be a lovely and I FOR SPECIAL TAX SCHOOL 2000 yards Val. Lace Insertion at 1 and 2

beautifully arranged.The I i DISTRICT JUNE 14 ELECTIONS, 1913 cents per yard at Fireless CookersAND

total amount of exports from I
the port of Pensacola for the monthof H. T. Arnold, Clerk; L Garrett, G. McCULLOCH'SDEPARTMENT
May totaled nearly two million dollars -I W. Crawford, Sam Spurgeon.
showing an increase of nearly Maitland
three quarters of a million dollars in C. H. Galloway, Clerk; L. L. Stone, STORE
business as compared to that duringthe S. B. Hill, E. M. Burkett. ELECTRIC FANSTO
previous month. Winter Park
I J. A. Harris, Clerk; J. H. Bear, D. 124 South Orange Avenue
C. Overstreet, T. M. Henkel. KEEP COOL WITH
South Jacksonville, the new ferry i OPPOSITE POST OFFICE
boat, has been placed in commission
W. P. Blakely, Clerk B. M. Sims,
t between Jacksonville and South Jack- W. 1.,. Moore, R. F. Maguire. [ELECTRIC[ IRONS AND TOASTERS
sonville Charles, Floyd.and is in At command present of the Capt.new GenevaJ. MMMIMIBHH*

T. McLain, Clerk; J. F. McLellan,
boat will only be used during the rush
Geo.'E. Mathieux, T. W. Geiger. FOR COMFORTThePIERCEELECTRICCO11Inc.

hours. Chuluota BrickI BrickI Brick .
Tilden Jacobs, Clerk; S. F. Long, R. -- --
Another unique feature of the Pen-
R. Roberts, R. Simmons.

been sacola announced Interstate Fair the of 1913, this has! Union [ f [L[ L
by manager
S. J. Gore, Clerk; Doil Cox, G. G. CEMENT BRICKThese
feature being a prize for the oldest!Coward, John Canada. .
Confederate veteran on the grounds Pine CastleC.

during the week of the fair, October I J. Sweet, Clerk; E. D. M. Per- Brick are better than Clay Brick HAND BUILDINGHtllllliMIIHHiitHimtMMillllltii
20 25
to kins, W. M. Haines, J. Fj Harris.
I Tangerine and they are cheaper 4-
Sunday afternoon, Leon Camp No. John L. Stewart, Clerk; E. A. Bennett -
2, Woodmen of the World, held most G. Bumgartner, E. M. Chamber-
impressive ceremonies at the ceme-
tery in Tallahassee, at which time I lain.By order of Board Public Instruc- -. Those wishing to make trips for
Maker of Artificial Stone
there was unveiled a most beautiful tion at its meeting May 6th, 1913. At about one third less than usual list business or pleasure, should see m*
monument, a marble shaft, markingthe t J. F. McKINNON, prices. Perfectly good casings, except for prices. Prompt service guaran-
resting place of their late beloved II Secretary. Telephone 159 Livingston Ave. on R.R.iiiiiiiiniiiiiiMMMiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiMiiiiiiiii. for minor defects. I. W. Phil teed. C. W. Willsey, Orlando, Fla.,

friend and brother, Perry Boatwright. D and WIt lips & Sons., 6 E. Church St. Phone, 360. '5-29 tfMMIHIIIillHIMIIMMtMMMIIMIIMIIitiltfMltlllllilllllttttlllMH

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We Would Extend Thanks For the Continued Patronage of our Store and Await Their Further Commands II >i iI


We would say for our mutual benefit let us get acquainted. We want to know you :


; L ; MT We extend liberal
We bid for your 4 f 4 ".q 1 <

business on M credit to all and .

the merits of b ro make special


'. our t h terms to thosewho &

merchandiseand ; .' wish it.lowness .

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of our M We do a large volume

prices --. .- 4 of this kind of business


Do you need a Go-cart? Do you need a Refrigerator?

Do you need a MOSQUITO NET ? Do you need a FREEZER ?



KZincaid. &, Snowden .

Low Price Furniture Co. Cor. Main and Pine Streets, Orlando, Fla.MIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIMMIIIIIIIIIMMlJllOII.





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The Daily SUICIDE UNNATURAL George Frank Lord, advertising,- NOTICE TO WATER "
South Florida Sentinel I manager of the DuPont Company, CUSTOMERSSprinkling .

That any man would while in his.'started on a search recently for a ,

MORNING AND WEEKLY right mind exchange his life for genuine Conestoga wagon used in must be confined to
E.1tered t- -- I money seems incredible. those; days, and so ably depicted by the hours allowed
the poet otgce at Orlando, < by our rules, 4 FIRESTONE
Jtorlda u Second Clans Mail fatter. Had E. 0. Painter been a poor man, the artist in his p :ntmg. Cine atur( from 6 to 9 in the forenoon and TIRES

carrying no life insurance the circumstances -.. clue was run gown without success from 3 to 9 in the afternoon. s Are standard; and rep !
of his death would not have and finally it was decided to have a Offenders please take notice, as

THE DAILY SENTINEL been looked upon with suspicion. wagon builder produce such a vehicle. water meters will be put on customers resent the very best that

One year ..... ................$5.00Six That a rich man well insured, often While in Philadelphia Mr. Lord heard disregarding the above wg goes to make up a de.
Months ... .. .... ......... 260hrce does die under the same conditions of. of !a pohtograph of such a wagon and notice. i T HE length of \\. ,'
: onths ...:............. 1.25 I; a poor man must be admitted. I that the owner of the original livedat The Orlando Water & Light their service guaran
I I'B It is possible that Mr. Painter was ,I Lancaster Pa., and he made all t Co mpany. 6-5 tShanibarger's t ; is due to the V'' teed for 3,500 miles.t .
; nerl carrier in Orlando, GO cents per a suicide or the victim of foul play, haste to get to that city. There he t
lllenth. Daily and Sunday. but humanity with all its frailties I learned: that Amos Gingrich of that strength of their Lj1 Gt I
for bicycles and 9
-Tbe-Orlaada ilorplnt Sentinel taD be found ought to be charitable enough to give place owned two of the wagons. Mr. Sundries. building Get the '-.d ,
nIt In Orlando at Curlta O'Neal' Book tf I
.n st0e the dead man and his friends the benefit Lord sought to purchase one,, book"What'sWhatinTires ; j TIRE ADJUSTMENTS- "

of the doubt. more than 100 years old, but the owner ," r v
W will appreciate prompt complaint if loan .I.Ir
Money to
on improved eoursJ
We too often jump at conclusions refused property Will of
to sell. be
llelinry ill nut properly made by our carriers. I to sa," Ask too for necessary
and do a. Y. W.\Y.11111"IIIIIIItlitIOI' ? t
irreparable Too Mr Lord much
wrong. err; was a disappointedman !
dnrtillini rata will be furnlahed OD application 'i f the Book sometimes, but we
I is human. If we must err, let us err but Gingrich came to his asd.He '
on the side of humanity. j; would rent the warm but not sell 17 on :- will make all. adjustments

for year,THE by mail WEEKLY postage SENTINEL paid .........1.00 Into every life there comes an i jit and the bargin was it.-uck. In addition t II1S. right herer no expense
Address THE SENTINEL Orlando Florida abundance of dark and gloomy days.I Gringrich is to furnish the six : : bulf Refining Co1n j jI' .
O returning' tire
Office 101 Court Street, Arcade Building Who of us would not rather contrib horses that will draw the-vehicle. The MOSt to
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Phone U ute sunshine than gloom to this i wagon was then ordered repainted in i I factory, or waiting to
--- -- world. the colors as shown in the Pyle II' Miles
painting :- hear from fact
J. F. SCHUMAN, Editor d r YPer .
Too often man guided by mercinary a faded blue with a brown ca'-
JOSIAH FERRIS, Proprietor'SA motives, or possessed of a sensationalmind vas cover. Kerosene Dollar i

paints the most innocent affairsof The wagon will be brought/ to Wilmington 1-! i'r"J"J"J".I.1H.fl'mmnHHmwHh"n"'H''H.lP
TURDA Y, JUNE 7TH, 1913.
life in a sombre hue. il within a few days and after Gasoline RED TUBES-
How like a serpent's tooth is the being loaded with dummy kegs t::f 1-
Being wise is knowing when you sting of scandal, and yet how some I I powder will leave New Bridge alon \ fy ordinary gray( tube ; |

are ridiculous. men love to revel in it. the Brandywine the original borne of: LubricatingOils r\ I pricesAt *

o Insurance companies have a rightto the Dupont Powder mills, for Lake li
Heaven help the poor! The rich investigate the circumstances of Erie. The team will be accompanied and Greases 4 i

can borrow money. Mr. Painter's death, provided they do bi a military escort the member o i 113W.

o it in an orderly and honest manner, which will be attired in the uniform: Axle GreaseP.G.WALTONAgent I I
Good wine needs no bush, and a and the presumption is that they will, of the soldiers of 1812, blue cloth with

gold brick needs no hod-carrier. so that it will not be necessary for gold braid, plumes and helmets. Th 141111 I. r llllr & SONS O

o the gossip mongers or sensational school children of Wilmington will be II
Hot water will relieve almost
any paragraphers to work over time. the first to see the team and its es .
ill. That is the that marriedmen ,
Sweet charity must at some time cort. It will begin its journey north I I
live longer than single men. moisten the fevered brow of everyman over the same route followed by the I I (
o PHONES {jg! Location
and we should not withhold from original powder train. The first stop lI
Considering how many dead ones our unfortunate fellows that whichwe : will be Chester, Pa. The route then

there are in.the world, its a wonder may be craving on the morrow. followed will be by way of Philadelphia ; Orlando, FloridaIIIIMIMMMMtlMMIM 6 East Church Street ORLANDO FLORIDA
the undertakers aren't rushed to ,
Harrisburg, Shippenburg, .
WILL CELEBRATE PERRY VICTORIES Chambersburgh, Bedford, Pittsburgh, ....- .,' ..........'"\."" """ .
o Butler, Mercer and then Erie, arriving --------------TTyyyTTTTTT.
Nothing is so bad that it couldn'tbe -.
at the latter place on July 8.
worse. Even the longwindedbore -

might have an impediment in Wilmington, Del., June 6.-The centennial -. GOOD ADVICE-BEAUTIFY 1
his speech. celebration of the victory of! :
o Commodore Perry on Lake Erie with I JUNE WEDDING
I Why not show some interest in
"Americans are speed mad," it maybe his fleet of wooden vessels during the your
:: premises Can't you help out thatfront
true, though they are not so mad War of 1812, is assured. While '
| yard of bit
yours a and make
as those who are run over- or nearly numerous states, including New York'i:' 1
60-by the speeders. Rhode Island and Connecticut will' it more attractive Do you know that While "Dan Cupid" never quits his job or loafs, yet the Month of June l
o participate with j there are places at Seminole Heights seems to be his most active season. June is always marked by its numerous

"What is charm?" is under discus be represented in troops all the, Deleware will j i and the suburban sections, whichby weddings, which means that Gifts for the Bride, Gifts for the Groom, Gifts

sion. It is something that evens up a replica of the power train pageants of II present a neater, cleaner appearancethan for the Bridesmaids, Gifts for the Best Man and the Attendants, and Wed

the discrepancy between homely people the E. I. DuPont Memoure wagons Powder anything in the city? ding Gifts from all your friends, if you happen to be the principal, and to
and good lookers. Company dispatched from i Bestow some personal care on these your friends if they are the principals, are very much in order.

o Lake Erie in time to supply Wilmingtonto Commodore '. things. You may not be able to pro We offer you our magnificent metropolitan stock for your selection, a
(duce a lawn, but you can set out a stock in which find the
The mosquitoes are Perry with to'' you can latest and best creations of the finest Silversmiths -
pretty numerous ammunition
this week. Wonder if they hatched win his famous fights. The ]few palms and touch up the place with Jewelry Manufacturers, Glass Cutters and China Potteries in then
wagon greenery. Remember that live i
out in those piles of brush on the train depicted in one of the late Howard > the you country.
street-Eau Gallic Record.A Pyle's best paintings, will be- i Land of Flowers and that every The stock is so large, so varied and so complete that a detailed descrip
i thing grows. If you can't raise any tion is out of the
question. We only ask that visit
o- come a reality, and for one month the you our store, carefully
Chicago baby swallowed a toy people of this country will witness the i thing else, raise a disturbance about inspect our stock, secure our prices, and make your purchases with the feeling
neighbor not his civic
your doing
cannon, and the Cleveland Plain Dealer mode of distribution of powder supplies -, j in this direction. duty and assurance that you aregettingthe greatest value and the most up-
thinks he ought to grow up to be : in the latter part of the Ei htYour to-date merchandise.
town is what you make it and
the leading jingo of the nation. I eenth and the early part of the N
neyour front yard is index
an to you
own character. Therefore, it
improve ,
People who complain of the hot I!I When it was announced that the make it look as attractive as possible.
:Weather should bear in mind that i I Dupont Powder Company whose It will pay.-Tampa Tribune. If you have laid away in your bureau drawer or in a safety deposit box,
.there is a hotter clime than this recorded name and fame has been associated; pieces of jewelry that you do not wear because of its old-fashioned form or

and both the terrors of that with every epoch in the history of mountings, bring them in and let 'oj }.,,*.\ you: rha* wonderful transformation
heat and this may be avoided by proper the nation, had decided to assist in ORANGE COUNTY can be wrought through the skill of our workers in gold and gems.

living. making the anniversary celebration a r Fine watch repair work a specialty.

o success, the cities along Lake Erie! There is one little town in Florid;
To run a newspaper without occasionally began to make preparations to receive -of course it is in South Florida-

publishing an item that t is the replica of the powder train this; that while it has only about 450 people -
untrue, or without giving offenslike company will start from Wilmington I has
an all-day electric service,
running a railroad without ehav as in the early days. The duPont' electric street lights that burn nearly l T.ftEvansthetsv Jeweler

ing accidents and smashups-it can't Company, at the beggining of the :new : all night, city water works, an i ice
be done.-Tavares Herald. year last year sent out thousandcalendars i of plant with a daily capacity of e

o containing a reproductionof i. tons, more brick street pavementhis
And why, pray, didn't the recent the Howard Pyle painting and than any other town of similar size OPPOSITE POST OFFICE
Legislature also pus a law amending picture will be faithfully portrayed in in the United States, a bank with

all city ordinances so as to make the real powder train the company is deposits of $250,000. That town is EXPERT REPAIRING AND ENGRAVING.
liable to fine all persons who won't already preparing to send on its way Winter Garden. Do you know whereit
assist in muzzling dogs, hot air dispensers to Luke Erie. is-Tampa Times.
and public gossips tOur

o r
friends who justify their takingof
strong drink in the statement of

St. Paul, "take a little wine for thy
Stomach's sake," must understand that AUTOMOBILEBULLETIN SILK STOCKINGS

Paul meant, the smaller the quantitythe
better for the stomach.


Many a man goes about with a

grouch or thinking some one has offended -
his dignity and that he has a

real grievance, when as a matter of For Day
fact all his difficulties would be ad- .These
: are Bargains in &-Built Cars. Each one is
justed by a dose of calomel.o .
guaranteed to be in first-class condition, is fully equipped and

Just now, when thousands are and ready to run. (1i1Y1

mourning the high cost of boardingand

the low supplies of food the news 1 1910 Cadillac Good Condition EveningWear
comes that insects are ruining the ,
prune crop of California. The only
hope of the poor is to join the no- $550,00 \\f I

breakfast movement.-Public Ledger,

Philadelphia. o 1 1912 Flanders Touring Car, complete,

President Wilson has put several $500.00.

pages into American history that her I Y

people appointment will not of be Thomas ashamed Nelson pf. Page The 1 Model G. Four Cylinder Cad- Our Personal Guarantee \ \\\

to Italy makes the

second "page" he has put into European iliac, $150.00 Accompanies Every Pair
history and both reflect credit to:

this country. 1 Studebaker "30" 1912, run less than

While walking along o the streets in i 4,000 ; extra tire, etc., $800. Marion B. Ives

Philadelphia recently, a man subjectto
fits, was seen to suddenly fall upon
being searched for information I

would lead to his identity, this little, San Juan Garage EXCLUSIVE MILLINERY PARLORSSecond
request was found in his diary. "Don't

operate on me for appendicitis. Have Floorr
'i had it cut off, already, twice." r

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

Everything pertaining to Women's wearing apparel is with stock is as complete and comprehensive as any Metropolitan Look at
our wash
goods, with its range upon range of new
Us here, and those that have a distinctive individuality a shade Store, and at prices much lower than most of the Metropolidesigns and
colorings, that are equalled by but few stores in
above the ordinary are most in evidence in our stock. tan Stores.
the state, and are beaten by none. Prices from 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 $10.50. Europe are represented in our assortments. Prices from 5c Look
our 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 YQU 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, Panajust in, and also the model hats that are priced to fit all won't cost cent
you a to look. That is what we have clerks
ma, San Toy, Voiles, etc. Prices from $1.50 to $10.00. pockets. for, to show you.

F. N. BOARDVIAN 106 South Orange Avenue

I Mr. C. D. Lowery, of Tampa, the MEN TO SHOOT FOR TITLE f I JUNE FESTIVAL 18 --- ---- 1-
I clever traveling representative of the
WADE 'Mallory Steamship Company, spent Messrs. Jim Rouse, Stuart Hyer,I The people of Orlando and all the
THE ORLANDO.FLA.Mr. TUNER yesterday in Orlando. Gilbert Lee, William Vestal and Wil- neighboring towns are urged to attend
liam Sellars have been selected by the June Festival to be given under
J I Mr. and Mrs. R. P. Walters, Miss Company C, National Guard, of this the management of the Civic Leagueat
i Walters, B. F. Fish and Bert Fish, city, to represent the company at the the Giles estate on Lake Lucerne Do It Now !

A. P. Farnell, of Oveido, was in I of DeLand, motored to Orlando yes- State rifle practice which comes off, next Tuesday afternoon and evening.
Orlando yesterday. ;,(! terday and spent several hours sightseeing. next week at Black Point, beginning The afternoon program will commence
!, ) Monday and continuing three days. I at four o'clock and the evening at
Mr. H. 0. Balch has gone to Rome,' The boys will leave Sunday morn- seven-thirty.
N. Y., to visit relatives. !. Mr. Thomas Edmonds and Perry ing, and are quite enthusiastic over There will be all sorts of amuse- Begin the month aright by
__ :i Johnson of British Columbia are in the coming contest. Under the rules, ments-fun for young and old and no
Mr. H. T. Lattner went to Glendale the county looking over real estate five men will be selected from each i end of it. buying GROCERIESat
I your
yesterday for a short visit. and Florida farming, with a view to company in the State, who will take! Mr. W. R. O'Neal says we are not
becoming Florida farmers. part in the contest, and from those! doing enough to entertain the people the Store
Mrs. Harriet E. Frost has gone to making the highest score will be selected who stay here in summer and the new
Huntington, N. Y., for the summer. I Col. Cary D. Landis, States' Attor the team to represent the Stateat i Civic League has taken the hint and
ney for the 7th Judicial Circuit arrivedin the national rifle practice whichwill if any one gets away from the Floral
Messrs. R. E. and Paisly Shackle- Orlando last night from DeLand be held at Camp Perry, 0. : Fete next Tuesday without having
ford left yesterday for Pulaski, Tenn. and is spending today in the city a I been entertained it will be their own i THE SANITARY GROCERY
guest of the San Juan. MUNICIPAL LEAGUE MEETINGA fault.

Mr. J. B. Magruder went to Jack- number of interesting and im-' Merry-go-round, swings, seesaw,
sonville yesterday on important busi The Junior Civic League will hold portant matters will come up beforethe ring the pole, gipsy camp, songs of CARUTHERS & GORE
ness. another flower and candy sale at the next regular meeting which will 1 1 the flowers, vocal hedge, bean bags,
band stand this afternoon at three be held on Monday night, June 9th. clock golf, fortune telling.
Capt. B. E. Browning, of Oviedo, o'clock. We have all kinds of home It is especially requested that all 1 1One: of the best features of the 6 and 8 East Pine Street Phone 200
was in Orlando yesterday on busi made candy and beautiful flowers for members be on hand promptly at 8 J Fete will be the rose wheel of fortune -
ness. ;; sale. as well as any others who may wish to I presented by the Juniors of the
r join in the work of this body in advancing -League and they will also have a I
Mrs. Isaac Aten, of Pine Castle,:' J. W. Pruitt, at one time teller of the interests of Orlando. i trades parade both afternoon and

was in Orlando yesterday transact the old Dade County Bank, but laterof W. H. PALMER, Secy. ,' evening, with marches for inspection .. . . . ilMMMMMMMIim.BARKLOW ..:
ing business and calling on friends. Orlando, is once again a residentof '!'and votes at five o'clock and eight-
this city-this time connected with A most welcome visitor to our cityis thirty.

Mr. B. F. Bowen, esterwhile a busi the Palm Beach Dry Goods Company Rev. L. A. Spencer, who arrived Ice cream, cake, home made candies,: THE STRAWBERRY
ness man of Orlando, but now of Jacksonville with Mr. Hatch.-Palm Beach County. yesterday, after a four weeks' visit orangeade, peanuts. GROWERMr. .
was in Orlando yesterday on I to Tallahassee. Dean Spencer will Just a good old fashioned jolly
business. John W. Hogan, of Loughman, was spend several days here before leav- time-let go of business and worry and Mrs. James S. Barklow, of
in town Saturday on his way home ing for Miami, where he goes in the and care for a few hours and come Taft, were in Orlando yesterday.
from visiting his son-in-law interest They will leave for their home in
Quite a number of people from outside FrankFord of the Government work. and have a merry time together and
towns motored into OrlandoThursday at Orlando. His granddaughter I I II remember that the proceeds of the I Portsmouth, Ohio, in a few days. Mr. AUTOMOBILES FOR RENT .

night to see Sheridan's ride Miss Olive Ford, accompaniedhim | Miss Marie Scaggs, of Fort Meade i, Fete will all be used later on to add I Ito |'i I Barklow is the champion strawberry Office Phone E.409-Residence L Murray Phone
at the Favorite Theater. home for a visit.-Kissimmee f who has been visiting in the home of the comfort and pleasure of the ; grower of Orange county. Without 541
:I Journal.Mr. : her aunt and uncle, Mr. and Mrs. whole community. doubt he has grown more strawberrieson
Mrs. P. J. Tanner and little daughter ;Sumpter Davis, left yesterday for At- his town lot than any man in the NOTICE
Glenn Joiner, of Winter Garden, A. A. Pfenneger, who has been fonts, Ga., where she will visit for a PRESBYTERIAN DINNER county has grown on equal erea.
working in a in this finds There is fully a thousand acres in The Annual fleeting
are in the city spending the week with garage city, time and then will proceed to otherpoints Adjourned
himself in failing health, I and about Taft of first class strawberry the Orange County Fair Associationwill
consequently -, in Georgia and will make
her son, Mr. J. L. Tanner. quite The members of the Presbyterian I
he will take his family to Formosa, an extended visit church and congregation touched elbows -' land and with the draining now be held at the San Juan Hotel,
where they will occupy a cottage and in process of construction this locality Tuesday, June 10th., 1913, at 10 a. m.
Attention is called to the notice of last night at a social dinner
'he will take treatment in the FloridaSanitarium. I will become the strawberry belt W. R. O'NEAL
The Rev. Albert ,
election inspectors and clerks for spe-! Cary-Elwes, brother held in the church parlors. The at
cial tax school districts, which takes' of Mr. Get Cary-Elwes, formerlyof tendance was very large and a most of Florida. Secretary. .
place June 14th. Notie in another Titusville, has returned to his excellent and appetizing dinner was
column. Messrs. W. P. Smith and 0. L Giles home in England, accompanied by his served. Shanibarger's for bicycles and FOR SALE

have formed a partnership for the wife. Mr. and Mrs. Elwes spent about The social hour, however, was the Sundries. tf Practically new Rambler Automo

Mr. R. L Lambert Leesburg's manufacture of rough and dressed; three months at Orlando, with the rich feast of the evening and the la bile, equipped with Presto lights, top,
leading merchant and Orlando's good lumber and have acquired 'a large former's parents, Captain D. G. Car dies are doing a very great service to ELECTRIC TREATMENTS curtains, windshield, speedometer,
friend, was in the city yesterday on tract of timber east of the city, where Elwes and wife.-East Coast Advocate. the church in these social gather clock, bumper, spare wheel with extra
they have located their mill and are: : .
business. ings. tire, tube and complete set tools and
ready to fill orders. AU Kinds, $1.00 per Treatment for, accessories
the month of June. Dr. BennettPhone I
Money to loan on improved property. Shanibarger's for bicycles and Also has auto trunk with two suit
Subscribe for the Sentinel. Subscribe for 227.
Sentinel. L-Pige5-26-lm
S. Y. WAY, SGm L U I cases for touring. Reason for wiling
have no further ue for car.
For Sale Address, P. 0. Box 87, City.
I Slightly used 12000.00 automobile. Lpage.Htt
Would consider real estate in trade
: for same. Address Automobile, Care Shanibarger's for bicycles and
THEPOTION GRAND THEATER : Sentinel Irpage-S-26-tf Sundries. tfHATS

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' Grand Theatre I TodaY FOUR REELS Fram i., OATS- OATS :

"THE SHERIFF'S WIFE" (Drama) . . . .Essanay '.II 1 t

A thrilling Western picture with some comedy : Any Straw Hat in the House at .:


Very instructive and full of interest 4
;Piduras Changed
DaUy."W : $1.50 Hats now ----------_____________$ .75
STRONG HAND" (Comedy) . Vitagraph : 2.00 Hats now ------_________________ 1.00 .
Featuring Hughie Mack and Norma Talmadge 2.50 Hats now ----_. .________________ 1.25 .
7il5 PM : 3.00 Hats now -----________-_________ 1.50
.. I THE MAORIS OF NEW ZEALAND" (Educational) Melies :. 4.00 Hats now ---____________________ 2.00

SECOND SHOW, 8.15 PM Showing the manners and customs among the original : If you haven't bought, buy now while the buying is good.
: inhabitants of New Zealand -

I "EXTRA" . Of Of. .. Of Of Of Of (To be Supplied) I

SPECIAL PROGRAM OF FOUR REELS Home of Hart, Schaffner and Marx Clothing :
Agents Dunlap Hats 4

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An exchange gives a list of names Pigeons and Chickens Can See WhatIs Business Boosters (classified adver-
tisements) received after 10 o'clock, i
The commissioners of Alachua rich and influential men who own Invisible to Man.
of midnight, will be run in the "Too Lateto t'ho."C
county have decided on brick roads homes in Florida: It has been slowly brought to our Classify" column. _; iI/ i r G'rla.

and have made the following record: William J. Bryan, secretary of state understanding that the world ts not Boosters of five lines, or less-approximately --" / .
the same to all creatures and 30 words time 25
probably -ont J -
"We the undersigned County Com- United States; William Peering .
of !\
three times 50
no experiments have tended more to cents; ctnts; one week "' '
missioners of Alachua county, after Charles Deering and James Deer- make this clear than those on the (six daily and one weekly editions) : .... ;,{ ; I. ?::1 '-,"--.,;.,.... I .

duly considering the past experiencesof ing' of the International HarvesterCo. color sense of chickens. pigeons owls $1.00; one month, $3.00. I II II I .1-. '\i'.-.,:. ..4.'Jc{1l I :
our predecessors as well as our E. W. Mellins, millionaire manu- and kestrels. :. ; '. :-!' // ..
; L. P. COOK'S FISH MARKET. Phone : : 1fItif:/::. :. .
f .
own, and realizing the poor systemof facturer of "Mellins' Food"; E. H. Hungry chickens and pit'on"'t'rt; I 271. 5-28-tf i-- ''. .' :' { 7-. ..' .. ..:; ..
't' :
believe tooth man- first kept an hour in a bright: room for .? ct-2 .: -' /:1'.
roads in Alachua county, Lyons, millionaire powder -- df!! '; J- '., '

that sand-clay roads are a failure and ufacturer; D. E. Thompson, presidentof them to become accustomed: to the I :Money to loan on improved prop '/ >-- .'*.,i" : Ts''M'.,.>>/1*. ** "Uj .. .
lIght. The floor wax then spread witha S '{:S, .- W /. ..: >
unduly expensive in proportion to the the Pan-American Railroad Co.; smooth black rloth. eu-nly miemlwith erty. S. Y. W AL I II i.w'v k ,

unsatisfactory service they give our Dr. Charles De Garmo of Cornell Uni- grains of wheat a :string pec I ;

farmers and all who use them. versity; Dr. John Eberhardt, famous trum was thrown on it from the ceiling I FOR touring HIRE-Nice car. Large seven and passenger roomy. 'I II', A Vacation Hint

"We further believe that brick roads educator; Kirk Munroe, author; Walter and the hungry uiiuial:: were turn- 4-20 tf J. B. MAGRUDER.BUY (I; I Before you buy a railroad ticket

are the cheapest in the long run, even E. Flanders, president of Maxwell ed loose. They (picked the wheat first

though more costly when being built. Motor Co.; H. M. Van Court, from the bright; red then the ultra red. a lot in Thornton Park, a nice for this or that summer resort, l;
next the yellow and finally the green suburb in east part of the city. Carl come in and look at our MidSummer *
We believe this for the following rea- founder of the Central Trust Co., v
They touched nothing in the blue and Jensen.Do Woolen line and let us make
sons: Philadelphia; Dr. John Gifford, for- violet because they saw nothing but. cool
:: ; : a Summer Outing Suit for
"Cost of maintenance is very small. merly a member of the faculty of Cornell on the other hand. they saw the grains you want to pick up an auto r-I 1

"They are the most serviceable and University; Charles Simpson, in the ultra red that were invisible to bargain? If so, read the advertise- you.We make a specialty of Xor-

lasting. naturalist Carl Fisher, president of the men. ment of the San Juan Garage. f.I
; folks and will be pleased to k-
"This decision we have arrived at Prest-o-lite Co.; Mr. Keith of Keith This proved that for rhickens and .
pigeons the spectrum is shortened at OAK HILL is the beautiful subdivision i1 show you a few of our latest

after takingeverything- into consider- & Proctor, theater managers; JohnS. the violet end of short wave length! to the Northeast of the city and I models.Men's .

ation and we firmly believe that if Collins, capitalist of New Jersey; and extended at the red end of long I[ still have some choice lots there. ; Jr:.

Alachua county continues to build Dr. Tuttle, noted specialist of London, wave length. This Is the effect one Carl Jensen. Fashion Shop t

sand-clay roads, particularly in those England; Thomas A. Edison. might expect from wearing orange colored -
FOR RENT-Five with .c
sections over which there is heavy glasses and demonstrated that room cottage Hand Building
all modern conveniences. Garagefor rI
traffic, she will be throwing away BILL CONCERNING MAPS fowls see through such spectacles In auto, or horse and buggy. Apply Cor. Church and Orange Orlando

money, whereas, if brick roads are By Robinson, of Orange County, Passed the form of yellow and orange oil 515 East street 5-15 tf
globules embedded In the light sensitive -
built, we conscientiously believe Ala- May 22nd, 1913 layer. GOOD TIRES-Factory imperfec- JIIIIIIIIII/f/ IIIIIIII-y/ I : /, llITIiT4MsJ '11. :. {

chua county, aside from having good An Act to Regulate the Making and To kestrels and buzzards the brightest -
tions at about one-third less than us-
roads, will save money. Recording of Maps or Plats of zone was the green Instead of the
ual list prices. Full line in stock. I.
We want all who read this, who Land Sub-Divisions in Orange red. the blue being visible. To owls
W. PHILLIPS & SONS 6 E. Church
believe as we do, to talk brick roads, County, Florida. Be it Enacted the colors were as men see them.- ,

and endeavor to convince those who 'by the Legislature of the Stateof London Mail street.

do not realize the truth of
our con- Flroida:
FOR SALE My Place, 7 acres 2
clusions that we are right" Section. 1. Whenever any subdivision HUNS AND MAGYARS. horses one two-horse wagon, one

of land is made in Orange coun- buggy also 80 acres 2% miles from
Legend Says Nimrod, Noah'i Grandson Umatilla Lake county, Fla. Mrs. E.
PURE FOOD LAWS ty, Florida, and a map or plat of the z
Founded the Race. J. Carter, R. F. D. No. 1, Orlando,
The bureau of Chemistry at Wash- same is submitted for record in the Get Better Walls and
Among the many interesting bits of Florida.
ington is making an effort to make office of the Clerk of the Circuit Courtof
which Included In "Old
history are
pure food a reality.Dr. Orange County, Florida, in orderI Homes of New Americans Dr. Fran, GROVES TAKEN CARE OF Ceilings With Bishopric \

Alsburg at the head of the department -I,I to entitle said map or plat to be recorded cia E. Clark's study of the original Plowing, mowing, team work, heavy v

addressed the wholesale it must contain a good accu- life and surroundings of our Immigrants hauling, etc. Having been engagedall Wall Board

grocers a few days ago in which he I rate description of all of the land included Is a brief account of the traditional my life in caring for groves, I am
origin of the Huns and Magyars prepared to please you. Satisfactionin Easy to Apply
made some things plain: in said sub-division, setting every line of work. L M. HALL, On Any Building Job

Dr. Alsburg 'id he hoped to make I 1 forth exactly in what part of the section According to this story. Nimrod. 608 Division street, Orlando, Fla. Make your building money go farther, Mastic and surfaced with heavy fibre-tballsave
grandson of Noah, was the founder of board. Makes an enduring surface
the chemistry bureau as valuable to township and range said land 5.141 mo. time and get better results by usItay smooth. Will not warp, shrink
I the race. His wife. Eneh, bore him log Bishopric Wall Board for walls and buckle or pull loose In any climate winnceilings.
the consumer as the department of is located, and should said land be in- and These ter or summer. Is moisture-proof, rat-
t I two sons, Ilunyor Magyar. FOR SALE Costs 50 per cent I less than _
agriculture as a whole had been to I I eluded in a land grant, its location two brothers-who were great hunters plaster to apply- looks better and lasts proof, sound-proof and fire-resisting.
Good Horse, buggy and harness- : Sheets 4 ft x 4 ft come ready to ape
the farmer. : therein must be clearly defined. Said like their father, who has given his as long as the building ply. Anyone who can drive nails can apcif
Call on or address, J. B. Walker, Or-
Prices low.
"One of the great needs of the 1 map or plat shall also contain a cer- name to every expert user of the arrow lando Fla. 5-27 tf No More Cracked Walls'G

times," he continued "is science -I the spear and gun since his day- unPraised
more tificate made by owner or owners "Bishopric" walls and ceilings are Everywhere
while chasing a doe in the forests of affected by the jars and moisture which
in the manufacture of foods.j lof the aforesaid land.showing that all Lot Metho-
the Caucasus, were led to move west FOR SALE-Large near crack plaster. This Wall Board makes by Users ,
Here in the United States the businessof of said land included in said aforesaid dist Church. Whole or part Withor a smooth hard surface that gives lasting
ward and found a country rich in fertile tatufaction. Is displacing lath-and- V..ti.wfBo.rd1EoeangYta.O..
food manufacture has advanced sub-division and shown on said map meadows and fields without dwelling Address or wire.E. plaster everywhere for cottages bungs1i,8m'-Incloted pleue find ren>UUac. let
green fine homes, qa re feet of Bishopric Wall Board. Ship U
I N. Coy, Irondequoit, N. Y. 5-10-tf lows public buildings gar'e'
with extraoridany rapidity. We no or plat, belongs to said party or The doe vanished from before their i ages out-buildings and every kind of 00Th.other ponible.. got from yon w e hae on two roooNL

longer live ot home, as thew say in parties, which shall have been attest- eyes for she had evidently been invented I FOR SALE OR RENT-Five-room structure. tad it locki Cue. FRISK HAVIS8TRITS

the south. Our table is dependent on ed to before an officer having a seal, by the mythmakers to I lead the house; large lot full of fruit trees. Saves a Month's Time Mo.oow.Pi.i

the distant "grower, the distant man-I and it shall be further required that brothers into their new domain and afterward Apply 308, Robinson avenue Comes in sheets 4 feet square, reads Investigate This Today!
we are told the of for use. Goes on Just nail it to
ufacturer. The food problem is nota if the aforesaid subdivision shall have progeny tare studding and wails and ceilings are
Hunjor settled beyond the Volga. white GAS RANGE FOR SALE-High up ready for decorators the same day. Yon can see this ?..
problem of the home or even of been surveyed, or mapped and plattedby the sons and grandsons of Magyar set eighteen by eighteen in. Oven and Edges meet evenly-no panelling needed. wonderful, non-
No skill needed to it Saves warping fire-re-
the locality. It is a problem nation a surveyor or civil engineer, set- tied about the river Don and were Brailed. Five burner cooking plate. I month's time In building.apply a silting wall board at

wide. ting forth that said survey and said known thereafter as Don-Magyars Call 207 America St 5-27-lm $5,000 Anti-Warp Bond dealers the store named of any of below.the

"The transformation of the food industry or plat are correct, shall be on However much or however little true Examine U carefully and
map WANTED-Room and board by refined Bishopric Wall Board is the only Wall learn bow you can make hv"1lis'
has been so rapid that abuses I said map or plat, which certificate history is found in this maze of myths. Board stiffened with lath. Kiln-dried building money go farther by Y.dl,
Call Phone 467 ad-
couple. or lath are imbedded In toughened
the names have persisted! through all using"Bisbopdc"ferwallsandcefirg
could not fail to creep into it. The shall have been attested to by an officer
dress A. R. Sandlin Box 712
the centuries The Eluns devastated City
old household methods are often bad having a seal. Said map or platshall FOR SALE BY
Europe in the early centuries and giving location, etc. 5-6 2t
when applied scale. New scale of distances shown
on a large )have a "Magyar" is still the most honored w

methods had to be devised. Under I Jon its face. name by which the people of Iungar.\ FOR RENT-Three room apartment

pressure of competition these have not Sec. 2. This act shall take effect choose to be known newly furnished. $16.00 per month

always been thoroughly tested. Thus immediately upon its approval by the ---- ---- including lights, water and all con- Orlando Novelty WorksThe
veniences. Apply No. 14 W. Liv-
trade practices have become estab- : Governor, or of? its! becoming a law I To See the Back of Your Eye. ingston, Ave. 6-5-3t.

lished that are hard to eradicate. It'I without his approval. Behind the ee what is railed tlu''

must be of the retina. Is /lined with l brarn-hing \l.\..n(]
one duties of the de- The above has become a law. EVERY BODY'S DOING IT

partment of agriculture to examine', Samuel A. Robinson, simple vessels experiment and a curious will enable but perfti you to Automobiling, we are open for dates Mastic Wall Board an Roofing Mfe. Co., Cincinnati. 0M!..

into all these processess, to improve Member of Legislature State of Fla. crowd for (;II'"O"'III""I'II"21'1111
t see these. Place yourself in a darkroom picnic parties, or a an
good one and discover substitutes for I II opposite a dark colored wall; evening drive. Call 360 or ask for
the bad. It must also be its functionto Medical men in Philadelphia who then light a candle and. holding: It in C. W. Willsby, Careful driver. 5-13-tf WALL BOARDThe

develop methods of utilizing by- have been called on to treat so many your hand move It up and down be.

products and of using as food many : society men and women suffering fore your eyes, all the time lookingnot FOR RENT
at the candle but at the wall be-
things which are not now utilized. from an inflamation of the muscles Nice large rooms, furnished. Con-
yond. After a little practice will
"Much work of this type alreadyhas 1 of thigh that has been caused by ex- you venient for business people, also light
tile wall branch
see appear on a great
.41111ICCI'III" '''
been done in the department of cessive "turkey trotting" say that the ing figure in black on a reddish sur house keeping. Delightful location .

agriculture but it is hoped to make,', ailment is ,due to what they term face. What you are looking at is the with or without board. Terms very

this work the dominant note of the 1 "sartoritis," getting its name from shadow of these blood vessels at the reasonable. Address, "C" care Sen-

bureau's policy." I the longest muscle in the body, the back of your own eye. Perhaps the tinel office. 5-22 tf Take e Familv and Gu Caping

sartorius. most curious part of the whole thingis

Shanibarger's for i' that the part of the eye which receives WANTED-Some one to start a laun-
bicycles and''I the impression of light must He dry at Winter Garden. Good open- Spend the summer on one of the numerous fates on
Sundries. tf ; Subscribe for the Sentinel. I i behind these blood vessels.-London ing for the right party. Address Box

I Graphic. 27, Winter Garden, Fla. 6-3-6tD-ltw the Beach. Now is your time to buy,

Cured Her. WANTED-Have an inquiry. for
I fifteen acre orange grove, with resi-
There Is alwas a way out if one seeks
dence. Give and terms. A. R. I
GREATEST VALUES IN ORLANDOA in the direction. How the lady
I, proper Wrenn, 17 S, Orange, street, Orlando. CAMP STOOLS . . . . . . 25
of the house
put a stop to a telephone
caller who annoyed her Is told in the
CAMP HAMMOCKS . . . . . 1.50
New York Sun: "A busy housewife on GOING AWAY?

the west side had been called to the
Regular DownpourOF : CAMP TENTS . . . . $3.50 and up
telephone every day for two weeks by
If so, don't forget to have the Daily
| some person who inquired if that was
I| the meat market It seemed impossible Sentinel follow you-mailed every dayto Camp cots and everything to go camping.

:, to straighten out the phone numbers. I your summer home. No extra

The housewife became angry.: So the i charge.

other day when called she admitted
BARGAINSIEr j"! that it the THE
was meat market and very

I pleasantly took a rush order for a doz- Paul A. Horn

II en ered lamb since.chops" She hasn't been both- HELMS HARDWARECOMPANY

By securing I
your person. A Disadvantage. ,

"It is impossible to get a fair esti- REPAIRING A SPECIALTY.P. .
al needs now, you can make more mate of the output of the Americanhen. I MmmMmiiimiittmtttMHiHiiitntmittMIF

clear money than by any day's ." 0. Box 624 Orlando, Fla
"Why is it impossible to get a fair

work you have ever done Everything record?" 1111111111111111111111111.Autos .

"Because, no matter how you fix it,
in our store is being sold the record is bound to be a fowl one."
-Baltimore American. E: C I: .A. L

at a sacrifice.Be For Rent at :

Path of Least Resistance."Do .
sure and visit our store. Itwill
you believe in telepathy?" Any Hour

lookers eventually are pay welcomed you. Remember as poI -- that"Yes""Have liner you had any experience In FRIDAY allhl n M TijRDA' Y

p I "No But I'd rather say I believe It Seven Passenger

litely as buyers j than Invite some enthusiast on the subject -
I.I to give me an argument about It" STEVENS DURYEA ?

I |I Washington Star. 25c Crepes at 18c

: Ride in a Good Car.'Phone .
I A Worse Fall.

Brown & Lartigue I Young Man-Uj cousin has very
long hair. When she undoes It It falls j

I down to her waist His Sweetheut-
Indeed! Her Kid BrotherTnat'nothln' 34IMMMMIillllMIIMIIli BUM

: f Men's and Boys' Outfitters When you undo your hair It

ti falls to the !floor don't it, Maryl-Lon-
l I I don Telegraph. Agents for Barclay CorsetsALACIIUA



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In was Why Millions the not Very They needle:so of Finest lung Never needles was,a so Softest Rust cut are when II sold Nor Thread.) the the daily Cut thread!:.slurpeiVS the It 1RLiliTTRUST\ O J\\ K J COMPANP J\\ L l [ [ J THEATER[ \ [

left In the eye after ui.Jiujfjtuiv. < ,
The smaller the lutnlie the sharper Capital and Surplus and Undivided Profits $120,000.00. MOTION PICTURES
the edge and the pre.uer the annoy t
ante to u.ers. Then apiiu. the eye Total Resources over Three-quarters of a Million.
would nM. for a woman will d.tmloen
the end of the thread on tier tongue -- Statement of the Orlando Bank ant
In order to make a Dint so tint thDe'tlle { I, _--- -'- Saturday's Program
: '$'l'J.f.'i3 't'' >'If"ti' Trust Co, at
: Close
may be threaded more easily .. ;: I II Bosinetf
Complaint was loud and Ions, and orders I g i ; rtrI ', t .
1 16th
I .,:. _:.s:# April 191J-The &,
Were passed down the line to produce I I :rJ} 'fq I
an eye in the smallest needle that I : l ; i ", I nth Audrerury of "DANISH LAKES" .Great Northern
could not cut the finest and softest ': t '='- :
I .. jr '': IU Existeuc A Beautiful
thread in the world j '" .n \ '.' ;"..rib' and Scenic Picture
This was done bjr inventing a new I,I .I! J.; .t.;'I.t"r.f, .......l"'J _
machine In the shape of die cutters for I ,Z;: \- a<< ;r.A T: .'t .-:
the making of the eyes. The points on ,J't. ',!"t'\a, :.. .{' It!" -.. t'; RESOURCES "FOR A OTHER'S SINS" . Thanhouser
; : "
these minute augers are so small that j P.fJ Ioi; 'i. (: In Two Parts. A strong Dramatic subject of intense
they cannot be seen with the naked I '' :. I I Loans and Discounts......$568,197.81 interest, portraying life and career of
eye or detected by the most delicate I ,I t#I-' .'} !. .: I Overdraft .............. 922J2 I embezzling bank clerk. Later he an
a "' assumes the
seme of touch: A microscope is nec M ? W I
j So it :" ::''f. ... I Real Estate, Furnitort blame for another man's crime because the
essary. was essential to invent man
new machines to manufacture the dies : 1q #w- ; and Fixtures .. 25,853.44 had befriended him, when others shunned him. He
'l ::::::::
i.r I' Stocks and Bonds afterwards
and to sharpen the tiny drills. I : .. -1:0.. : t 26,01843 returns to the bank for re-employment.
Polishers and burnishers: had to be t. ; t Cash on hand and in Banks 36467.61 The scene between him and the president is
made that would finish off every rough :.. I pathetic and effective. The acting and scenes in

edge in an instant almost because needles Total ................flU.! O.OI this wonderful picture are supreme and move in a
sell a dozen or so for a few cents
When this was done the needles were ,1 ; i LIABILITIES leisurewell.ordered! way and give the story a
placed In a rack, through which the chance to sink in the minds of the observers. An
Capital Stock ........... extraordinary picture
eyes projected and held so tightly that lf> $100,000.00 offering that you will enjoy
when Immersed in water only the eyes -4 Surplus and UidrfiM immensely.

were covered. In this way the headsof Profits ................ 24444J!
the needles became the negative ,. Deposits ................ ".111.1I
pole of a powerful battery, and in a MATINEE 3:30 TO 5 P. 1\1.

few moments needles the eyes of several million Total ...................... NIGHT 7:15 TO 10 P. M.
were gold plated and
hence rendered rust proof.Harper's. S
I '"' 1000 $2 Books for 50 cents Each
DAMP, DARK DAYS. Deposits April 4, UU..........,.. I

Dtpotfe April II, lilt... ..,UIII GET ONE WHILE THEY LAST
And Their Depressing Effect Upon the ... Stain fermsM, Stale and Cwty HiiMlliry
bent h If sill .......
Human System. L: .D.aII.I
Next time It la a dark dreary day -0 0
and you are sure that you have some
really terrible ailment don't worry.
Just cheer up and realize that there Is
nothing the matter with you except tMlilllllMIIMMIMIIItlllllMMMMMMIMiMtMmiHIIItHIMIIItiilMMMI
that the weather Is damp, and the first THE MARKETOf
sunny day will be sure to set you right
At least this Is the opinion of Dr. W. M. SLEMONS
Rankin a London physician, who baa
been giving lectures on the subject of Cleanliness Of QualityFRESH j
health and happiness. He attributes
most of the ordinary woes of humanityto
the damp weather and explains his AND SALT MEATS

theory scientifically. Do you want to buy Men's Shoes-King Quality at $3.50, $4.00 or $5.00.

akin"In does damp not weather perform he its says functions, "the Crosset Shoes at4.00.. Women's Tan Shoes at 3.50; Tan Pumps, $3.50, GunMetal FISH AND GAME

thrown properly.off Products in perspiration which remain should and be or Patent Leather Shoes or Pumps at $3.50.Ve have new styles and Kept under the best sanitary conditions.

clog the skin. Under ordinary clrcum best quality.
stances in a normal temperature the Everything screened away from the flies, and kept fresh

amount reaches of thirty vapor ounces passing per from day.the s kin Do You Want a Boys' Suit or Boys' Pants and pure.

moist air the amount passing out from
We invite
inspection and
guarantee satisfaction. We have
the skin Is reduced to seven or eight
ounces We have a new stock to select from. The Men's Suits that we sell made by everything in the Meat Line. '

"As perspiration contains poisonous Schloss Bros. are well known all over the country. They are worn by Lawyers,
properties it' is not surprising that
during'damp weather these pOisonous Doctors, Bankers, Merchants, Farmers, Skilled Workmen and men who appreciate The PARLOR
properties which are retained in I the merit and correct style in the clothes they wear. We recommend them.
) body lower the vitality and produce
various temporary ailments." The brand is a guarantee of quality. It is a pleasure to show these clothes, and
So it's really a comfort to know t that invite H. M. Self & Co.
who reads
we this
when we do not feel "well" in damp every man paper to visit our store and look at them.

weather It Is no sign of constitutionill
health but Just the weather.San Just Received
Francisco Chronicle. Mens' Mohair Suits 18.20 PINE STREET

Castle Garden. : Phone No. 80
Castle Garden was built by the Unl- i ii
ed States in 1S07 from the plans of i
Lieutenant Colonel Jonathan Williams, i W. M. SLEMONS IlilMHtlllllHIIMItllttliiillllMIMMIIIMMIftHHrtW
C. E., and was called Fort Clinton. In
1822 it was ceded to New York cityIn *
1824 It became a place of amusement MIMMIItMtlllltlMIMIIMIMIHMiMlilMMMMMilHIMItlMMIMMIMIIt
and about 1826 got the name of LIGHT THE
Castle Garden. In 1S45 there were IMMIIIMMillMmilMIMMIItMilMHMIMMimilllllllMIMMiililliMM
Ethiopian minstrels there, in 1847-9

in theatrical 1850 Jenny companies Lind played sang there.there mmiIF YOU WANT THE LATESTIN PATH TO PROSPERITY I I

.1855 it was closed,as a place of a
went, and the commissioners of 1
gration took it as an immigrant depot Merchants who use Electric Signs never lose
In 1870' it' suffered from flrt, an Ion
July 9. 1S76 it. was burned to the their way by choosing the wrong road to suc
ground.. It was rebuilt' at' onto In THE LINE OF UP TO DATS DY GOODS, CLOTHING, cess. You simply cannot fail to attract new
1802 the depot was moved to Ellis island -
and Castle Garden reverted I to HATS AND SHOES, ALSO LADIES READY- TO WEAR customers if you use an Electric Sign. It'acts

the rium city there., which in 1896 opened an aqua DRESSES OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS COME TO,& 8ALOunar like an irresistible magnet, drawing all the

-- QATravArrrnv @tr 1 ill AUPPPf A. itnuvvREFUNDED. trade within its reach: That is the reason
-- --------- -- -a
When Fattor II", ,, they command the attention of buyers.
Little Mildred Urea on the Kansas
side and is four years'old. She has'
good Toke and Ukea to slog. Her father For Every Store OwnerNo
has a very poor voice and wouldn'tcarry B. Salomon
a tune on his shoulders. Be is Orlando
aware of his failing. 80 is Mildred matter how small his business, the Elec-

Whecevw'he starts- 'to sing'the rasp* tric Sign is the cheapest and most effective
imf noise grates on her music loving IMIIHHIHtMMMIMMtiitliMMIIHIMIMItllWELCOME
pan. and whenever Mildred is naughty advertising.Phone .

father threatens her thus: for our Sign Designer to call and sub
"Mildred if you don't behave papa I ,- MIIIMMIMMIMMUMMMHinillMMtMMUMI
will sing." mit a sketch.

nose Mildred puts Immediately her hands behind turns her up back her TO WE OFFER YOU No Trouble to Us-..No Expense to You.

and walks away. But she always be- ROYAL PALM

navet-Kansas City Star. THE MOST OF THE BEST

"My dear The"Hens said Were the professor's Jealous. wife BARBER SHOPModern For the Least :I W T[ t LIGHT CO .

"the hens
have scratched up all that i and Complete. .
eggplant seed you sowed." I J
r "Ah, Jealousy! mused the professor. Everything new, individual : COOK WITH GAS
And he sat down and wrote a twenty electric attachments at every .
page article on the "Development of I chair. No stone has been left Tender Juicy MeatsY | :. J.II
Envy In the Minds of the Lower Bi unturned to make this shop .
peds."-Ladles'> Home JournalA -
meet th I --
erequirements of the
00 can always depend on getting the best at our
most particular. Plenty of : Subscribe For The Sentinel.ftllilMMMiiMtttttmiMMMMttHllliiitttlllM
Mrs. Housewlfey Handy Woman.never bad a room. Courteous attendants. I market, and you will find( there is a wonderful difference .

in -- -- .
laundress who could do op white ELIJAH WHITEHEAD, meats. : '--
dresses as nicely as your wife does. Proprietor.
Rastus (grinning admirably-Ya's 'm.
Mandy's a right handy 'ooman. She Orange Are, Orlando, Fla. REDUCED LIVERY RATES DURING SUMMER !
kin do me up jes' as easy as one o' COWART & P1GUE1[
dem air dres.es.-Puck. :

Horse and Buggy, per day $2.50
If miss Sentinel { BOONE
Made It Clear. you your pal STREET ORLANDO FLA. "'
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Most of His Estate Goes to His Family |
Louis C. President
Massey, As already forecasted in The Metropolis j
the will of the late E. 0.
flow,, Gukfar
T. Pictoa Wulow Vie Pm. 8. Waters
Painter was filed for probate late !
Howard C. lUbcock. Aw't Cubler Samuel A.Newell.Au't O kkr yes-
terday afternoon, the widow, Mrs.
Martha S. Painter, and his daughter,
THESTATE Miss Okle C. Painter, being namedas
executors. They are to serve without What is theCHRISTMAS
bond and are not required to makea
report of any kind to the court.
The will is a veiled document that
BANK gives no estimate as to the actual SAVING
value of the estate left by the fertilizer
manufacturer, who on1 a)' 22
lost his life in the St. Johns River.
of Orlando Less than $50,000 in special be- CLUB ?
quests are specified, the remainder of
the estate going to the widow and
daughter, who are named as joint
THE OLDEST BANK IN THE CITYAND administrators. Of the special be-
Merely a number 01! people who arrange (to systematicallysave
quests $25,000 goes to relatives dur-
ing their lifetime, they to receive the certain odd pennies each week with the positive assurance
income only, the property to remainin
that they will receive a check Iwo weeks before
the control of his daughter and to
The Bank which transacts more business than revert to her upon their deaths. Christmas for every penny they have sa\ed.

any Bank between Jacksonville and Tampa Other bequests are in the interestof
horticultural education and church
and charitable purposes, except that
The large patronage of this Bank has been built up each employe of one year or more

during twenty years by conducting its business on sound vacation shall receive time.one The month's will was salary probated at You can save any amount from 2 cents a week up.

banking principles with careful attention to the legiti before Judge H. B. Phillips, County

mate wants of customers. The confidence of the publicis Judge, after the widow, daughter and -- The 2 cents the first
their attorney, S. F. Williams, had vis- $11
reuected in the large amount of deposits.
ited the court house together and inquired : week "club" nets you o
Average depoaiti lint fewtfl rf 1918. 1900,000. as to the necessary proceedure. :
The application for probate was -
signed by Mrs. Martha S. Painter, the :
X FOUR PER CENT PAID ON SAVINGS ACCOUNTS widow, and :Miss Okle C. Painter, his :
daughter. The first clause conveys all : IT IS WORTH WHILE !
-.;, his estate to them except amount that .
are specified further on in the document :
Our correspondent banks are located in every part of The will was drawn February :
10 1912 and Call at the Christmas Savings Club Window and let us explain II more fully
the world and include some of the largest Banks in the was witnessed by Madge : ,
Wilkerson and W. I. Lyman. This was or better still join some club now.
United States. a full year before Mr. Painter began :

. .. . . . to take out the million dollars insur- :
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- - - - - - - - TT"1I' ance since February 1, 1913. :
----- -- There was no codicile and therefore I

JUNIOR CIVIC LEAGUEThe THE PLACES OF WORSHIP no reference to his insurance. : i The Peoples National Bank
To his mother, :Mrs. Charlotte A. : |
Junior Civic League held their Painter, the income from $10,000 stock I
regular meeting in the lecture room MethodistJ. in the E. 0. Painter Fertilizer Com- : "It Is a pleasure to serve you."
of the Methodist church yesterday af- E. Wray, pastor. pany, to revert to his daughter at herE : .
ternoon. After the regular order of Sunday School, 9:45 a. m., C. death. :
business, numbers were drawn for the Howard, Sput.Preaching To his brother, William C. Painter,, I
fortune wheel. After which, Mrs. by the Pastor, 11:00 a. and his sisters, Mr/: Mattie S. Dunning I tnttnvnntmuuufltflfltttttttttttttfltttttttttvttttjt4ttfln.
Hoskins told them the gypsy story. m. Subject "The Glorious Gospel" and Mrs. Annie P. Curry, each
After the story the Juniors were Epworth League, 6:30 p. m. H. A. the income from $5,000 stock in the ."iMitHMIilMMIMMIItlMMMMIHIIMMtMMMtllllllMUtMtltlMMIIIIlHiN.
drilled for the merchants' drill, which Hoffner, President. fertilizer company, also to revert this o : -
will take place next Tuesday after- Preaching by the pastor, 7:30 p. m. daughter. :
noon. The Juniors are an earnest lot Subject "Sam Jones, the Great Gospel To the Florida Horticultural Socie- ,
of workers and Orlando will be bene- Preacher. ty, the income from $1,000 stock i n : P. YOWELL'SCLEANUP ,
fitted by their efforts. All services will be held in the the fertilizer company. : .
: Grand. The Wednesday evening The voting power of all this stock I
SON'ET prayer meeting will be announced on remains forever in the hands of Miss :
Sunday. Everybody invited to all Painter or her heirs. :
There was a man in our town and he these services. To John B. Stetson
University, a t : ,
was wondrous wise- DeLand, Fla., Painter's former home, I SALE !
lIe heard the voters calling, "We are Emmanuel Baptist enough to establish two scholarships: : :
bitten! Hear our cries!" Preaching Sunday by the pastor, to be open first to blood relatives of :
So he jumped into Lake Cherokee Rev. Preston Boyd, Ph., B., at 11 a. m. himself or his wife, then to childreof I
where the weeds grew three feet and 7:30 p. m. horticultural parents and then i i iur nf

high. Morning subject, "Faith and Co not utilized, to be awarded by the university :-
He jumped into that blooming lake, age." officials. In cleaning up our stock we find that there has been an accumulation -
regardless of the brush Evening discourse, "What Is Eternal To the Children's Home Society of
And yanked the skeeters from their Life?" Florida.t $1,000- for a receiving*j horns-no". of Odds and Ends, which were overlooked during our hustle
pools-the lilies from the mush. Sunday school, 9:45, F. N. Board- This institution is located near the
lie planted all the buglets under tons I man, superintendent. Painter residence and he was secretary of the Hidden Hand Sale, so have decided to close them out regardless -

of good black dirt, : At Wednesday night prayer meetings of it.
It takes the Dutch of Holland to raise I Mrs. Boyd lectures on the Sunday To the Riverside Baptist church, recently -
bulbs like an expert. I school lessons. organized, but which has not
These all Good Fresh Goods
All services of church are held in completed building a house of worship are
.MRS. VICK COMPLIMENTEDMrs. the Rest and Tea Room and the pub- $500 or more at the discretionof
lic are cordially invited. the administrators, but if more "
R. F. Berry entertained Wednesday than $5,000 it shall not be paid until Table No. One I Table No. Two
afternoon at her home, 105 First Baptist.Dr. the church is properly organized and I

South Edison avenue, in honor of Mrs. C. T. Douglas will preach both incorporated.To India Linon, Flowered and Plain I Lawns Dimities, Organdies
J. H. Vick, of Orlando, who is the morning and evening. the Florida Baptist Association, ,
house guest of Mrs. 'M. M. Sharpe, Morning service at 11 o'clock; sub- an amount not stated as a loan fund, Lawns, Plain and Striped Ginghams t Nainsooks, Flaxons and Cor
Vases of flowers and ferns adornedthe ject, "The Pilgrimage of Life." The for needy churches.To .
rooms and dainty refreshmentswere morning service will be especially to establish the E. 0. Painter investigating 12% to 20c values. : duroys.

served by the hostess. The the aged. A special and very cordial fund, an amount not stated j f
guests to enjoy the afternoon were, invitation is extended to all who will to be used in connection with ho rCleanUp Sale 11 Clean-Up Sale j
Mesdames M. M. Sharpe, F. A. Dalton, come. ticultural experimental work at'ti e HC 16
Fred Dalton, D. W. Johnstone, F. A. The evening service will be at 7:30 Florida Experimental Station. Per Yard Per Yard C
Winn, J. A. Watson, P. L. Vinson and subject, 'The Young Man for the The last bequest is the month's vacation __
A. D. Williams.Tampa Tribune, 6th. Times." This sermon will be especially salary to employes of one yearor
to the young men. A cordial invitation more, both white and negroes. Table No. Three
ORLANDO AUTO PARTYDr. is extended to all. This clause in the will is followedby

Abernethy and party of Orlando superintendent.B.Sunday school. at 9.30, Otto Link, "To: each and every employe who White and colored Voile, Suecine Silk, plain and fancy colors;

first'of, motored the over week from in Jacksonvillethe Dr. Aber- Y. P. U., at 6:30. worked loyally, faithfully I leave my, conscientiously richest blessing.To and: | Kimona Crepe, plain and fancy colors; French Ginghams, in stripes

nethy's new Buick car and spent a NOTICE METHODIST SUNDAY those who have worked simply for J and checks.
couple af days in the Ancient City SCHOOL their salary and have lacked conscientiousness
en route to Daytona and Ormond on or loyalty, I commend These goods usually sell from 25 to 35 cents. 19c
a pleasure trip. From Daytona they Because the Church is being torn them to their own conscience." Clean-Up Sale Yard
will return to Orlando. While there down the Methodist Sunday schoo W. I. Lyman, one of the witnesses, per
"they were guests at the Monson will be held in the Grand Theater oPine n is cashier of the E. 0. Painter Fertilizer -
House-St. Augustine Record. Street at the usual hour. Company.Mrs. .

Parents and teachers are put on
EVERYBODY'S DOING IT notice. Please be on time that suit L. S. Bryan left last night for N. P. YOWELL
able arrangements may be made in Brooklyn, N. Y.Shanibarger's. :
Every good citizen will stand behind the new quarters without delay. I
the spirit shown in the newly C E. HOWARD, Supt. for bicycles and'

adopted yell of the Junior Civic Lea TEACHERS' EXAMINATIONThe Sundries. tf, The Big White Store

J. C. I..., the J. C. L., are we FOR SALE-New house and lot in..
Good citizens all in us you see; regular June examination of Colonial Park. $1150, easy pay' 1111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111 "'ffimin
Help make our town quite uptodateThe applicants for teachers' certificates ments. J. F. SCHUMAN,

very nicest in the State- which opened here Monday morning. Sentinel Office. bezzling bank clerk. Later he as- the minds of the observer. An I I AT THE FAVORITE TODAYA
0-R-L-A-N-D-O! ORLANDO!! will that
close today. There fortyfiveapplicants extraordinary picture offering
LUCERNE THEATER SATUR the blame for another man'scrime Gambler's Last
sumes Trick . .
; thirty-two whites and fifteen will enjoy immensely Bison
had be- you
DAY because the man I An alluring Western Drama
NOTICE OF POSTPONEMENTThe friended him when others shunned Heroic Harold .... .. .Crystal '
PROGRAM"Danish him. He afterwards returns to the Sheriff Gordon returned yesterday II A Clever Comedy
reception to be tendered Rev. Mrs. Eaves was a passenger leaving Lakes" . Great Northern bank for re-employment. The scene from Marianna, where he had been With Miss Pearl White, the
Dr. Preston Boyd and family by the Orlando last night for Atlanta, A beautiful Educational and Scenic between him and the president is to place a young colored boy in the i .................. .,. .>>.Bpect.Nestor.
Emmanuel Baptist Church and friends Ga. picture. very pathetic: and effective. The Reform School. An Enthralling Western
has been postponed to Friday night "For Another's Sins" .... in this wonderful I
.ThanhouserIn acting and scenes Night at the Club ....... ...
June 13. All friends are invited to Messrs. D. F. Hoover, of Cincinnati, two parts.. A.strong and dramatic picture are supreme and move ina Mrs. L. F. Brigham and Mrs. J. B. One of those Real
be present at that time at the home of and A. D. Stark, of New York, are: subject of intense interest, portraying leisurely well-ordered way and Moody left on the midnight train for; Open 2 to 5 and 7 to Comedyg 10
F. NT. Boardman, at 8 o'clock. among the guests at the San Juan. life and career of an em-' gives the story a chance to sink in points in the north. I Admission 5 cents to all1II111111111111111111111111111I1111111111111111111111 p. m.


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