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 8, 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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Direct Service, Postal Telegraph until 2 a. m. 1 PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING EXCEPT MONDAY Orlando-Progressive Center of the. State



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Special to the SentinelWashington Special to the Sentinel Stamford, Conn., June 7.-The he- Pa., June 7.-An explosion Tallahassee, June 6.The Florida Boston, June 7.-After deliberating

June 7.-There is gen :I Washington, June 7.-The House I ro's crown with which Hanford Don- occurred today in the Scott shaftof 1 legislature for 1913 has passed into throughout the night, a jury today ac-

eral resentment in the White House Banking and Currency Committee will nelly was decorated after the Spring- the Susquehanna Coal Company'smine history. The official records will perhaps : quitted President William M. Wood,

over the charge made by Townsend i not hold open meetings during its field Express of the New York, New four miles from here. It is said I show that this notable event oc- \ of the American Woolen Company, of

at the Senate lobby hearing that President -'I consideration of Wilson-Glass Currency -:; Haven and Hartford Railroad was that from 80 to 100 anthracite mine curred at exactly 12 o'clock noon, but the tile strikers at Lawrence by

Wilson is the most effective lob- Reform Bill. The meetings will beI I wrecked on October 3 last, was torn workers were in the mine. The slopeof there is a suspicion that the sergeant I j "planting" dynamite. A disagreement

byist. They doubt, however, whether'the executive. The Wilson bill will be i from him yesterday. lie is in jail the mine is on fire. Eight men, at arms of the two houses had something 'I in the case of Frederick E. At-

President will take official notice'of submitted to the committee with in- !! here charged with the theft of $3,000 badly burned, were taken out. The to do with the clocks pointing I!I teaux was reported. Dennis J. Cil-

the criticism of his methods and structions that it shall not be changed | worth of jewelry from Mrs. Phillip men in the mine are principally for- to that hour. There was really no occasion I lins, who turned State's evidence, was

appear before the investigating com- in the committee or by the House.j James of Lake Forest, Ill., whom he eign-speaking workmen.Up for such a thing being done, found guilty on the other four countsof

mittee. Members of Congress interested in! rescued from a burning car in which to 11:15 a. m., the bodies of 25 except that there had been a mutual the indictment.The .

Reed, acting chairman, declared that currency legislation, have advised!1 she and her husband had been trap- dead miners had been removed from agreement by the two houses that' first count charged conspiracyto

he will not call the President to the : President Wilson and Secretary Mc- ped.He the burning slope. they would adjourn at that hour, for ,, injure unknown persons. The oth-

stand, but the President would be wel- Adoo that any plan of currency reform has confessed the police say, but Officials of the company estimate the constitution limitation upon the er counts alleged conspiracy against

come if he desires to appear. must be presented in its pre-, they decline to make public any de- that from 25 to 50 men are still in the session had something over nine hoursto certain persons and a plot to damage

Reed holds that the charge having pared form and must not be left opento l tails. They assert that half the gems slope. run when the gavel finally fell. But property.The .

been made by the Republicans that amendment or change in either have been recovered. They were in a just the same, it was done, unless the case, one of the most sensa-

they have assumed the burden of the House or Senate bill as it comes from leather satchel which vanished at the "HIAWATHA" WITH REAL INDIANS chronometers of all those present had tional that has grown out of a dis-

proof, made this statement upon his the White House, it will be law. time of the wreck. A week later, ac- become as irresponsible as their own- i pute between capital and labor, was

return from a conference with the It was explained there were too cording to the police, Donelly returned ers, through sheer rejoicing at the fact given to the jury at noon yesterday.The .

President. I I many members in both branches who the grip, but the ornaments were New York, June 7.-New York is that the time was so close at handto : jurors began their deliberations

Cummins, who, with Nelson, of(!; held radical ideas on the subject to I missing and he denied all knowledgeof to be treated to the unique sensationof bid farewell to scenes and incidents I I at 3 o'clock and when they had failed

Minnesota, represented the minority, admit the possibility of sensible legislation -I them. seeing Longfellow's poem, Hia- which had been rather too {: to report at midnight, they were locked -

have made no definite plans. Cummins should they be permitted to inject Among the jewels were a diamond watha, acted in the open air by real strenuous for their nerves. However, I j I up for the night.

declares that inasmuch as the Dem- I their individual views. horseshoe pin valued at $1,000; a Indians. On the beautiful estate oi this may be, everything else but the I I Court was convened at 9:30 this

ocrats started the inquiry upon the I avalliere set with diamonds, cameos E. C. Delafield, at Riverdale, the Indian official clocks in the capitol indicated: morning, and the jury came in at 10

direct charge by the President, that' LONDON STOCK MARKET and platinum, $750; a diamond bar pageant is to have its first present-!, 1:30 o'clock when the gavels fell on I o'clock.

lobby existed, it is their duty to pur- I scarf pin, set of gold beads, gold ation tomorrow. The Indians, a tribe I the closing scenes of the session.

sue it to the end. London, June .-The stock mar- bracelet set with diamonds, gold of Iroquois who come from the Lake I: The reason for this dereliction in.I BERIUD.IOTOR BOAT RACE

Cummins says that he intends bek,et opened generally higher but later brooch, gold jewel box, silver shoe Erie reservation, are encamped on the!. complying with the agreement enter- j i

fore the hearings are over thai Presd' ,eveloped some irregularity under buckles, gold bracelet and chain, rings heights of Riverdale, on the upper I.1. ed into by the two houses when the I Philadelphia, June 7.-Four 'snort

ident Wilson furnish the committee p rofit taking. Home rails and consols!and cuff links. end of Manhattan Island, from which inability of the enrolling clerk to get ing little motor boats raced down the

with the facts or information upon c1 losed higher. J point, three centuries ago, the Indians I I all the measures ready for signing Delaware River here today and tore

which he based his statements as to American securities opened steady,I! ASLEEP FOUR DAYS then encamped on the spot saw the i t before the time fixed for adjournment.They out to sea at the Capes in a race for

"insidious lobbying" in Washington. with prices a fraction lower. Covering I intrepid navigator Henry Hudson, sail. worked until a very late hour Bermuda, 775 miles away. A l large

This taken, means that it is probable f ollowed and most of the list advancednd Ladoga, Ind., June 7.Miss Mer- his little "Half Moon" up the mighty last night and had a perfect army of i crowd witnessed the start of the an-
the President will be asked to rives which bears his name. clerks the work this !
appear closed above parity. I ]rille Zimmerman entered today upon now engaged on mprn- nual race to Bermuda for the Ber-

before the committee in person, instead I 1 her fourth day of uninterrupted sleep. The ground lies between the villageof I' ing, but after the regular formalities': muda Challenge Trophy and a prizeof
of his statement : Riversdale and Van Courtland Park of each other and of notifying '
transmitting ENSIGN PARMELEE MARRIED : I II Only once in the period has she open- notifying $1,000.
in If this be the his I and it will not be before the the two houses
writing. case, ''I ed her eyes, and then apparently rec- many years I governor, by Indications are that ideal weather
friends declare he is primed with suf- the buildings of the city push their that about to adjourn
I Washington, June 7.-Ensign Harold 'ognized no one. Her case is attract- they were ready will be afforded the racers all the way
ficient material to establish his charges Perry Parmalee, who graduated1with I ing much interest here, particularly way into this section and occupy the I word came from the enrolling committee to Hamilton. Every precaution was

as facts. this year's class at Annapolis, because her mother, now dead, frequently old Indian camp, just as the modern ,, that it would be two hours or i j taken, however, to outfit the little

The committee was in recess today oday married Miss Leila Mae Henry, suffered similar lapses.INTERSCHOLASTIC steamboats have taken the place of more before they could clean up the i boats for any emergency that might
for of the Hudson's craft on the river. I work before them and the acts -
preparing a resumption laughter of Representative Henry, of j I primitave present arise. All of those contesting for the
hearing Monday when the last of the : Fexas. MEET for the signatures of presiding offi- '
: trophy and prize are experienced mo-
Senators will be called to i GRASSHOPPER PROBLEM SERI- cers. There was nothing to do but!
testify.'I I tor boatmen and capable navigators.The .
1 POSSE ON HUNT FOR MURDERER Chicago, Ill., June 7.-More than OUS wait and the officials above named :I yachts that left at the starter's
RATINGS OF BATTLESHIPS four hundred and fifty athletes from i saw to it that the time pieces did not
at Commodore
I signal noon today are:
c Special to the Sentinel Washington, June 7.The grass make it to rescind the
: all one hundred and four schools in necessary Charles L. Legen's Dream, the winnerof
Washington, June 7.-The individ- Sault St. Marie, Mich., June twenty-five states from Pennsylvaniato hopper problem in New Mexico is a agreement entered into about the hour'
last year's race; William M. Dun-
ual ratings of the war vessels in practice ', 1 Posses tonight are searching 7.-1 California were entered in the in- serious one, according to Harrison E. for adjourning. I I can's Barbara 11; Williard Mulford's

were made public today by the'j' j for Joseph Tovens, "Lumber terscholastic meet today at Marshall Smith, entomological expert of the de- As a tractable body already in the Tocsam 111 and W. T. Wheeler's Tee.

Navy Department. The cruiser Maryland i who shot and killed two deputy sheriffs Field under the auspices of the University partment of agriculture, now stationedat throes of disintegration, the legis- :, Many small craft trailed the racers

with a merit percentage of 80.i( i today after he had been arrested I of Chicago. It was predictedthat Elida, New Mexico, to help in the lature was a distinct success. A late ; out to sea. The Yachtsmen's Club of
522, attained first place among the i in connection with a several records would fall. 1 fight against the pest. He telegraphedto session was held last night at the conclusion '
I Philadelphia, which is managing the
vessels, according to Lieutenant Com- ]last night near here. The shooting the department today that he had of which there was a tacit un- \
race has arranged for a ten day excursion
mander T. T. Craven, director of largest J i aroused much feeling against Tovers ,"BUFFALO BILL' CRITICALLY ILL, been able to secure no aid from the derstanding that there would be no I ,

practice and engineering competitions f i .and mob violence is feared, if he is farmers. more measures passed, so that the en- j to Bermuda on one of the
I steamers which regularly plies between
I i captured. Special to the Sentinel. i! Mr. Smith also reported that attorneys rolling committees could get in their j
this city and the island.
The Minnesota finished nineteenth, ': Tovens was handcuffed by the depu- Knoxville, Tenn., June 7.-Col. Wil. have decided that poison can be work in time to adjourn at noon. Soj I
The motor boat Dream is 40 feet
and last, with a standing of 32.71. ties, but slipped the manacles off while liam F. Cody, "Buffalo Bill," is crit. used in the fight against the grasshoppers there was nothing for the members 'II and built from
long designs by
The four vessels next to the Mary- the officers were not looking and the ; ically ill in this city, at the home oi f f although it was feared a few to do after roll call but to stand ) Bowes and was Mower. She is driven

land and their standing were: Rhode \ shooting followed. I his cousin, Charles 0. Ward. Col Co. days ago that the State law would around, or sit according to inclination,I Standard Motor. The bya

Island, 77.974; Idaho, 76.362; Virginia, !I dy's show appeared here yesterday af'. porhibit it.s'wANT.BRITISH. where they could answer in case it four-cylinder
Tec flies the flag of the Jamaica Bay
71.952 New Hampshire, 64.074. f have roll call |
; th became necessary a
He in t
and last
DETECTIVE FOUND GUILTYSan ternoon night. was
I Ii .CONSUL .RE. |, Yacht Club, of which her owner iaj
i performance in the afternoon, but wa! on any matter. 1
j: commodore. She is navigated by
THE PATIENCE OF MAN Francisco, June 7.-The State stricken ill in the evening and wa;?I MOVED This was both a novelty and a relief,. Capt. Thomas Fleming Day, who last

I obtained the first conviction in its removed to Mr. Ward's home. Physicians ,j' from the strenuous times of the past crossed the in the small
: him his conditio i'' Los Angeles, Cal., June 7.-British sixty days and for a time it seemed to year ocean
The of the forces of
manager night prosecution members of the San attending say motor boat Detroit. The Tec is 40
in the Sentinel butts up against some I Francisco police force for alleged is grave. t i residents of Southern California be- be thoroughly enjoyed by all of them. feet long and has a 28 horse power
of the latest i gan a movement yesterday for the But where idleness is, there is mis-
funny propositions-one : complicity in the operations of the I Buffalo motor. .
recall of C. Mortimer, British vice- chief or devilment creeps in, and it I
is kick by lady and i notorious thieves" bunco _
a registered a "forty gang Knoxville, Tenn., June 7.-The con
who requested that her kick be pub-I j l I; when Frank Esola, a farmer detective, dition of William F. Cody, "Bufral<) consul in Los Angeles, as a sequel was only a short time before the for
to the Empire i disaster at Long Beach,I playing pranks. Except at HONOR FOR SWIMMER
mer was
lished. Her troubles bouquet found last : I
were a big -,, was guilty night. Bill, is very grave tonight, accord .
which cost thirty-eight lives through intervals, when the enrolling commit- '
that ladies insisted
some on ] ing to physicians, Cody became ill !
the collapse of a pier.A tees brought in a batch of bills to be Honolulu, June 7.-Duke Kahano-
planting between she and the preachereach COWBOYS IN 1,500 MILE RACE following the performance of his show ,
i : petition requesting the removalof signed and the gavel rapped the ]moku, world's champion short distance
Sunday so that she was not able :| here yesterday. It is said he is suf-
1 I the vice consul was drafted at a bers to order to announce the mem-I J swimmer, and holder of the Olympic
to see the preacher. Kansas City, June 7.-A 1,500 mile fering from nervous exhaustion and
Another night one of our faithful cowboy race for a prize iof $1,000 stomach trouble. i; meeting of the Empire day celebra- of the acts, the two halls a ]record for 100 yards, has been presented

policeman came in after midnight, :':started from Kansas City yesterday. tion committee and will be forwardedto large playground and the members : with a house and lot on the
'I 1! I Sir Edward head of the For- boys indulging in all 1 beach at Waikiki the officers.
red in the face and perspiring freely Miller Hawk, of Spur, Tex., William Gray, were once more by city
BASEBALL RESULTS IN THE BIG eign Office in London. sorts of fun at each other's expense. The donation was made in apprepiation -
and when asked what the trouble was Benton, of Sierra Blanco, Tex.; and I
he said that a telephone call had ':;JT. 0 Henderson, of Coayama, Mek-1 LEAGUES : .!--. !]i I I : of his victories at Stockholm gnd
.: GOES ABROAD I the honor he his
I A.' TIM SULLIVAN brought to countryby
come in from a lady who was in. ico, are the contestants and their I CONFESSES CRIME !i.
Special to the Sentinel.National his achievements.
trouble and wanted a policeman quick. destination is Winnepeg, Canada. I
June 7.
) i I New York, -Congressman -
He chased all over one side of the i They will by of Omaha j i':
way over I
I Pittsburg, 0; Philadelphia, 6. Timothy D. Sullivan was booked as a Winchester, Ky., June 7.-A man I : ANNUAL ALIMONY*
city before he located her and when the same route to Minneapolis. There !I I I the steamer Cincinnati the name of Shade McIntosh $13,000 t.
1 Chicago, 9; Boston, 6. passenger on giving I
he did and pulled the door each will choose a separate trail. from Boston for Ham- last confessed to Jailer Mullins
I New York 9. i sailing today night
St. Louis, ; j I New York, June 7.-Fifteen thqps-
bell was told by the lady I I burg. "Big Tom," the East Side leader that he was wanted for murder and i
American j and dollars instead of
a alimony
that he was too late, that a little WILSON MOTORS TO VIRGINIA year
; of Tammany, expects to make the that a reward of $250 for his capture i
New York, 3 Chicago, 2. the she awarded
dog had been howling and barking ; I $78,000 requested, was -
'round the steamer for the the jailer's for the asking.
trip on was
!! Philadelphia, 10; St. Louis, 6. by Supreme Court Justice Aspball
around there and she could not sleep Washington ,June President '
I benefit of his health. He was recently McIntosh was arrested on a charge'of
and she wanted somebody to kill it, Wilson motored over into Virginia today !i Washington, 1; Detroit, 11. sanitarium account and turned over today to Mrs. Blanche Heye, who is
committed to a on drunkenness was
Boston-Cleveland, rain. No game. I suing her husband, George G. Heye,
but had left.
that the dog to play golf with Dr. Cary T.
mental affliction but him
I ;iof an alleged to Mullins, who treated so kindly
CarolinaAshville I a New York banker, for absolute di
Grayson, of the White House staff I
; this as well as his physical health, he said, he resolved to confess to him
by of taking his usual week-end i 6; Greensboro, 4. i vorce. The amount is to be paid pend-
I I is declared to be much improved. i iI and allow his benefactor to claim the
holiday. i Winston-Salem, 9; Raleigh, 1. ing trial of the suit. _.
hopes to resume his political interests reward. The man is said to have
I Durham, 4; Charlotte, 1. j N
three fourths of an acre of I i !I in the falLjGOMPERS killed Robert Murphy at Heidelburg,
land on the Drennen farm, Paso.I CALL MONEY i i Southern near here, three weeks ago. WILSON WILL NOT INTERFERE
I i
Robbles, 3,400 quarts of strawberrieshave I I Memphis, 4; New Orleans, 3. it 1 PASSES GOOD NIGHT .

already been sold this season i New York, June .-Money on call j\ Birmingham, 4; Nashville, 2. 1't !t Washington, D. C., June .-President b -
: nominal loans. Time loans .I rain. .Samuel JOHN R. HODGES DEAD Wilson today refused to interfereI -
and fully one hundred quarts more ; no stronger Chattanooga-Atlanta, Washington, June 7>-

will be sold, and when it is remembered -'I I er; sixty days, 4',4 @ 4% per cent; I Montgomery-Mobile, rain. I Gompers, president of the American I with the death sentence of Nathaniel

that the price will average 25 cents I ninety days, 4% @ 44 per cent; six South Atlantic Federation of Labor, operated upon Galveston, Tex., June 7.-John R. Green, a negro, who last Chris s

per quart it will be seen that straw-I months, 5U @ 51per cent. Charleston, 1; Jacksonville, 0, 1st for the second time for a mastoid ab- Hodges, for the past 21 years manag-I, night assaulted a white woman here.

berries pay.Toilet game. Charleston, 0; Jacksonville, 2, cess yesterday, was "doing as well as: ing editor of the Galveston News, was Green will hang Monday. He will the

WEATHER REPORT 2nd game. I could be expected today," his surgeons found dead in his bed in Mansfield, 0.,I the first man to pay a death penaltyin

paper-6 eta roll. 6 for 25 cts. Local thunder showers Sunday and No other games played; account of, said. Mr. Gompers passed a goodnight I this morning, according to advices received I the District of Columbia for felonious !-

Curtis & O'Neal probably Monday. rain. in this city. assault. t
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W i-Ur Home,June 6.-A. B. John.!
son, our Denial Post Master, who also,

ducks prides and himself garden on truck his fancy, regaled chicks the,:I Gifts to PleaseMay II Bargains! Bargains!!

writer to a luscious piece of Tom i
Wat-i water melon, the best and
: "; Special Bargains during the remainder of this month.
swee.est I have enjoyed while a native -i' Shoes for ladies misses
men and children
in all styles
of Florida. Many returns of the' be safely purchased fromus and colors high and low cut to suit the taste of every I
day.Mr 'i! il body. .All shoo will sell at 25 per cent off.
H. C. Hammond left for the Ladies' Shirtwaists
from 48c
north Tuesday morning, She will] where everythingis Ladies' Dresses in all styles up.and colors, French
visit Rochester, Buffalo, and Niagara II # -'' Gingham, from 9Sc up. .
Falls She sailed on the steamer' guaranteed. f Children's Dresses, in all styles, sizes and colors,
Mohawk, of the Clyde Line for New I 141 from 25c up.Ladies' .

York. Wednesday. } j: j Skirts, in Linen, Pique and Serges, in. all
Postmaster Johnson has completedthe I I styles, sizes and colors, from 9Sc up.
plastering of his new house, and Goods
Dry at a special reduction.
is ':ow engaged in placing the casings II Ladies' and Children's Rain Coats from S1.9S up.
arcund the windows and doors. Ladies' and Children's
Allen & Co. Ready-to-Wear and !
W m. Harrington has completed the II Hats from :23c up.
erection of his sawmill and is now Ii .Men's
I Clothing, such as Blue Serge, Mohair and *
engaged: in sawing out the flooring for I:: Cashmere Suits, all from $8.00 and up.
the new bridge recently erected by'I' Men's Alpaca Coats from $2.00 up.
Sphaler & Mallory, which crosses the JEWELERS Men's Pants, all kinds, latest styles, from 9Sc up. q e
run between Edgewood and Spring, ,, .
Boys' Suits in Cashmere, washable Suits in all styles -
Lakes. j< and colors, from 50c up. *-.I..
The citrus fruit groves set out by, Boys' Pants from 25c upIen's .
D. B. Sphaler, E. N. Mallory and II.. Orlando, FloridaOur :\ and Boys' Bathing Suits, all sizes, from -ISc up.
H. Childs this winter are looking; Men's and Boys' Felt and Straw Hats from 25c up. .
he_ hy and growing in fine shape,'; Notwithstanding our exceptional low prices, in addition ,
Hardly a tree in either of the groves j we give away premiums in chinaware to everybodywho
having died. This proves that Winter trades with us.
Home has some of the best citrus I We want your trade and we assure you that we will .r 1
frnt land in Florida. j give you the best merchandise for your money. We guar- ; ,I
The 23-foot motor boat of Sphaler Repair Department at antee satisfaction or your money refunded. Come and ;
& Mallory's is constantly in service,I' convince yourself, your trade will be appreciated.
either in conducting homeseekers to:[ service always.Everything be posted be a daily visitor to this store. Agent for the Snow Shoe.
the different locations which sur-I your
round our extensive lakes, or in conducting I [ H.YOK: '
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bearing. $464 worth of fruit taken I TIlE OAKlAND
from it last winter. 5 miles Southeast WE DISPENSE OXLY THE PUREST AND BEST
of Orlando at Conway. 5 room house,1 1,000 Books of 20 Tickets Each, Worth $2.00, now I i
8 churches, school and store right at Selling for 50c at The Arcade Restaurant, The Lucerne ', :
door. No commission-deal direct I Delaney Drug Co. Theater Magruders. Livery Stable. THE CAR .
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THE PLACES OF WORSHIP' Very Rev.St. Luke's Edgar Cathedral A. Sherrod, Dean. H. A. Royston STAR BRAND .I fTI

Third Sunday after Trinity. )louse Painting and CalciminingI I For the Next Fifteen DaysWe
Methodist Services for the day as follows: have had Sears of experience and CORN CRISPETTE[
J. E.Vray, pastor. I i 7:30 a. m. Holy Communion. ,I guarantee my work. I
Sunday School, 9:45 a. m., C. E.i 9:30 a. m. Sunday School. Estimates cheerfully furn hed.
Howard, Sput.Preaching 10:30 a. tn. Morning Prayer. ]Drop me a card and I will call. Wholesome Nourishing will sell Lime at 90c
a.1 11:00 a. m. Holy Communion and:
by the Pastor, 11:00 P. 0. Box 381 Delicious
:Sermon. Subject "Forgiveness.":.
"The Glorious Gospel"Epworth I
m. Subject '
I solo, Mrs. Sherrod. For Sale barrel delivered
OiFertory \
per ,
League, C:30 p. m. II. A.'
7:45 Choral Evensong and used $2000.00 automobile.
Hoffner, President. p. m. Slightly &uHON;; 1
Preaching by the pastor, 7:30 p. m.I Lecture. This will be the third lecture -,'Would consider real estate in trade SMITH five barrel lots.Florida .
: upon the doctrines of the Apos- :for same. Address Automobile, Care
"Sam Jones, the Great Gospel
Subject tles' Creed, the subject being the Successors to Terry & Comroy I
Preacher. Sentinel. Lpage526tfShanibarger's
I Crucifixion, Death and Burial of our
All services will be held in the for bicycles and
Lord. If have questions to ask I
you Metal Co.McNEIlrDA
Grand. The Wednesday evening Sundries. tf Subscribe for the Sentinel.
write them ont and place them in the
meeting will be announced on
box at the door. They will be answer- .. ...
Sunday. Everybody invited to all r-
ed the following Sunday evening.The VIS BUILDING
these services.
confirmation class meets in the
Emmanuel Baptist Dean's office every Wednesday nightat NEW COLORS AND PATTERNS IN } Phone 41. .4.I I

Preaching Sunday by the pastor, 8 o'clock.11 persons thinking of -. ....
confirmation urged to be present.
Rev. Preston Boyd, Ph.,B., at 11 a. m. are
The Bishop will be present:: at the i --
and 7:30 p. m. Cathedral and will administer the Goods and 0 KifflonosGOWNS !
Morning subject, "Faith and Cour- Crepe :
age." rite of confirmation on the first Sunday -i
in July.A .
Evening discourse, "What Is Eternal -
cordial welcome for one I II
every Cool
Life? :
at all services. Good music. I ETC. '
Sunday school, 9:45, F. N. Board- I ,
Catholic Church
man, superintendent. I .
Sunday School, 9 a. m. --"" :-
At Mrs.Wednesday Boyd lectures night prayer on the meetings Sunday --i Mass and Sermon, 10 a. m. 2000 yards. Val. Lace Insertion at 1 and 2 i i!
'I Rosary, Sermon and Benediction I
school lessons. ,7:30 cents per yard at I
p. m. Fireless CookersI
All services of church are held in '
the Rest and Tea Room and the public -'I I I I

are cordially invited. I TilE CARTOONISTMany I I

First Baptist. bothmorning I people get the idea that the I
Dr. C. T. will : I
preach cartoonist is a man of powerful im -DEPARTMENT
agination. He is all of that but
Morning service at 11 o'clock; sub-' \
is more. He is a close observer. HeI
ject, "The Pilgrimage of Life." The I takes his text from real life and I I 124 South Orange Avenue
morning service will be especially to' makes his pictures true to life. I TO KEEP COOL WITH
the aged. A and cordial OPPOSITE POST OFFICE
special very I For instance, the politician idly!'
invitation is extended to all who will standing on the street corner with his'
come. I i hands in his own pockets. The fat' [ELECTRIC[ IRONS AND TOASTERS
The service will be '
evening at 7:30 would +44+
man arrayed in garments that )+440 It IHiHHittt-tt-HH4 4s HHI-D$+ 4+14Bi'ickl
subject, 'The Young Man for the ,
eclipse King Soloman in all his glory
Times." This sermon will be especially -]{wearing a smile as cunning and as FOR COMFORT

to the is young extended men.to all.A cordial invitation -I:I fragrant The small as woman a dish with of stewed a broad garlic.hat I t I Bri CBrick t I t I

school ,I
Sunday at 9.SO Otto Link and a poodle dog for a companion. I

superintendent.B. :The coal black nigger on a coal black Tne eP1ERCEELECIRIC' L C0111nc1
: L
Y. P. U. at 6:30. (night with a snow' white hen under CEMENT BRICK '
his arm. A fat negro woman in a'
NOTICE METHODIST SUNDAY :red frock whitewashing a small green
SCHOOL !,tree. The hen-pecked husband tremb- These Brick are better than Clay Brick :. HAND BUILDING
ling beneath a bid umbrella while .
Because the Church is being torn,his wife approaches wearing a frown.A and they are cheaper ..
down the Methodist Sunday school little boy so full of questions thatit i -
will be held in the Grand Theater on gives you curvature of the spineto IMPERFECTIONS AUTOMOBILE FOR HIRE
Pine Street at the usual hour. answer him. A little girl so nice :. .
Parents and teachers are put on and clean that the hymn book seems' i Those wishing to make trips for
notice. Please be on time that suit- the only fit companion for her. Maker of Artificial Stone ; At about one third less than usual list business or pleasure, should see mi
able arrangements may be made in All these furnish meat for reproduction prices. Perfectly good casings, ex- for prices. Prompt service guaran
the new quarters without delay. that glorify the efforts of the,: ; Telephone 159 .. Livingston Ave. on R. R. cept for minor defects. I. W. Phil- teed. C. W. Willsey, Orlando, Fla.,
C. E. HOWARD, Supt. chalk talker. i 1.. lips & Sons., 6 E. Church St. Phone, 360. 5-20 tftfM
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South Florida Sentinel APPREHENSION i i
If any are disposed to take a

MORNING AND WEEKLY gloomy view of Orlando it will be There came out of the Canal Zone a Sprinkling must be confined to 45 PER CENT T

-Entered- at---the--poet a office at Orlando, worth their while to have a talk with few weeks ago an interesting an- the hours allowed by our rules, SAVING
florida as Second Claw Maul Matter. lIon. Jos. L. Guernsey and their blues nouncement to the effect that in orderto from 6 to 9 in the forenoon and .
will be dispelled.Mr. relieve in Culebra cut, the pressure from 3 to 9 in the afternoon.
SUBSCRIPTION RATES : Guernsey for the past year has I causing the slides, the top of the Offenders please take notice, as
not been participating largely in I mountain would be taken off. The water meters will be put on cus-: on your tires, is what we offer on
public affairs as his own physical con- method similar
One year .....................?5.00 life. While proposed was to that tomers disregarding the above
Six Months .. ......:... ...... 2.50 dition demanded a quiet followed by hydraulic miners and notice. i<

Three Months ..... ............ 1.25 thus interested disengaged spectator he could and watch sit as the an I I street fifty years graders ago.in the That American is, so far West as, i Company.The Orlando Water & 6-5 Light 4t! 5,000 O FILES[ GUARANTEED[[

-- --- movements of Orlando. He has beena
Bj new carrier in Orlando, SO cent per possible, the earth would be. reduced I
onth. Daily and Sunday. resident of the city for twentyfiveyears I and liquified, and conveyed down to Shanibarger's for bicycles and,'I -
The Orlando Morning Sentinel can be found and has seen it pass through the I the canal in flumes, to be eventually Sundries. tf: .
u salt in Orlando at Cants & O'Neal's Book various vicisitudes attendant upon carried away bjf dredges. No detailsof I PULLMAN TIRES
tore. every city of any commercial importance the plan were given, but it was said il
-We- will- --appreciate--prompt complaint if and it is his opinion that never that if this were done the slides wouldbe I Money to loan on improved prop- i: over any 3.500.mile tire on the market, and
delivery is not properly made by our carriers.Adevrtisimt did the city show such healthy signsof less frequent and less harmful. erty. S. Y. WAY. :
rates will be furnished on ap-. substantial growth as today and Within the last few days Col. D. D.I : i the guarantee is good, for we are authorizedto

plication. that if search is made all over the Gillard, engineer in charge of the i 1111111111111111111111111. i make adjustments. -
THE WEEKLY SENTINEL state of Florida the equal of Orlandocan I
Culebra district, has explained that
For year, by mail postage paid ........1.00 not be found. He cites the fact I I
the slides are caused "by the crushing
Address THE SENTINEL Orlando Florida. Gulf Co.
Relining .
Office 107 Court Street Arcade Building that no city the size of Orlando can I of underlying material of poorer
Phone 24 compare with it in bank deposits, no strata by the immense superincumbent -
other city of' its size can show as weight. The Cucaracha slide is 111111
J. F. SCHUMAN, Editor many miles of cement side walks; no nearly fifty acres in extent, and since NO WAITING OR TROUBLEand

JOSIAH FERRIS, Proprietor city of like population can show as: Jan. 1 of this year is has involved a Kerosene
fine homes and magnificent public moving mass of material aggregating you know that means a good deal, for j
SUNDAY, JUNE 8TH, 1913. buildings. N ocity can point to bet- nearly ,000,000 cubic yards.
ter business buildings and more up The village of Thormery, near Aix- Gasoline tire adjusting, as you know, is not always j

Judge not thy friend until thou to date stores.In les-Bains, in France, has been men- '
satisfactory to customer. Come and
the matter of schools Orlando ex- by
.standest in his place. aced for centuries by the inroads of LubricatingOils
o cels.For material from the sides of an over- see them.
sociability religious devotion, mountain. Thi encroachment and Greases
Portland, Ore., reports the case of looking s -
and a neighborly spirit Orlando is ..,.
a girl married at 14 and divorced at I has been due to the pressure of
15. without a peer. an immense rock, 3000 feet high, Axle Grease *
o- Group all the conditions that go to forming a peak to the mountain.

Nothing wilts the turkey trot as make a home city and Orlando will After rains had softened the materialthe ......
well as the talk about it at 94 in the take front rank with any. weight of this rock would cause
shade. Orlando is not a boom town, and the earth below to move toward the I P.G.WALTONAgent I I.W. PHILLIPS a SONS
0 Mr. Guernsey, in common with many village. It has been thought that the
does want boom town
others not a ; ,
A man who does a really brave act rock itself would some day come
xever needs a trumpet to let the world these are always uncertain and more tumbling down. A short time ago PHONES { g (Temporary Location)

know of it. or less unsafe. engineers undertook to solve the problem -
o Orlando's numerous factories are and they have just succeeded in Orlando, FloridaIMIHtllllllMIIMIIti 6 East Church Street, ORLANDO, FLORIDA
full time with forces
running on
How many agreeable things can one doing so by blowing the top from the
think of today to keep one from i of men, and there is labor at good mountain by the use of dynamite.It ,,. :..J H II U.+a..t.. HmiMMMMIMtmiMHJUNE
living wages for every man who wants
"knocking?" has come to be a common saying .
oWe that, given the financial support necessary
There will be more building done
should always remember the engineers in these days can
this summer than in any two yearsof
.kindness received, but forget those accomplish any task in their line that
'We have done for others. the city's history. t may be assigned them. It is among WEDDINGWhile
There is not a thing the matter
o the possibilities that the whole face
with Orlando. Just be a booster.
:Night schools for teaching men the pf the Culebra district in Panama e
art of cooking is the next step toward will have to be made over before the
the elimination of the home.o LEGISLATURE IS DEAD canal can be entirely freed from the "Dan Cupid" never quits his job or loafs, yet the Month of June
-- annoyance of slides. If this shall seems to be his most active season. June is always marked by its numerous
We dislike to give up summer sun- The Florida legislature has gone prove to be the case there need be weddings, which means that Gifts for the Bride, Gifts for the Groom Gifts
shine; but it is necessary to set a into history and but very little can I no doubt as to the ability of the for the Bridesmaids, Gifts for the Best Man and the Attendants, and Wed

*day or two aside very soon for rain. be. said to its. credit.. .Some good I engineers to achieve the end desired. ding Gifts from all your friends, if you happen to be the principal, and to ,
o things were done, but they were so I The removal of mountains is not so your friends if they are the principals, are very much in order.
Bichloride of mercury is gettingto insignificant as compared with the I difficult now as it once seemed to be.? We offer you our magnificent metropolitan stock for your selection, a
be altogether too common a dish important matters they left undone stock in which you can find the latest and best creations of the finest Silver-
,to be popular-except to help under- that they naturally lost sight of. Boys who smoke cigarettes are like r Aida Jewelry Manufacturers, Glass Cutters and China Potteries in the
takers. To say that the legislature was pro- .wormy apples. They drop long be- country.

o gressive or constructive would pro- fore the harvest time. They rarely The stock is so large, so varied and so complete that a detailed description -
There is something it this: The voke a smile from most any quarter.No .' make failures in after l life because is out of the question. We only ask that you visit our store, carefully
man who buys and reads a newspaperhas legislature in the. history of they don't have any after life. The inspect our stock, secure our prices and make your purchases with the feeling .
a right to express his opinion on ida has been so universally Flor'I;'I boy who begins smoking before his' and assurance that you gettingthe greatest value and the most up-
how a newspaper should be conducted; some of it of course, looks unjust fifteenth year never reaches the life ,I to-date merchandise.
and he usually does. most of it was desemd. of theworld. When the other boysare

o The crying need ol the state is taking hold of the world's work :: REPAIR AND MANUFACTURING DEPARTMENT
The blondes are disposed to ac- II good roads, and seventy five per cent he is concerned with the sexton and I
with philosophic acquiescence, of the people of the' state had looked the undertaker.A .
cept 1 If you have laid away in your bureau drawer or in a safety deposit box,
if not absolute enthusiasm, the dictum for legislation along good roads lines. o .
; pieces of jewelry that you do not wear because of its old-fashioned form or
Nothing was done however, and the under the
of Dr. Blackford that brunettes are great many pecgle are
them in and let show what wonderful transformation
mountings bring us
the best working girls. people naturally are disappointed and impression that the longest day of the you -
that their been''' can be wrought through the skill of our workers in gold and gems.
o feel requests have year comes in the summer. This is a
Fine watch repair work a specialty.TAvansthc.
-ti The automobile knee is the latest ignored. 1:mistake for the longest day of the
physical complaint to be discoveredby year is the last day of spring, June
the physicians. But it is to be NEW SMYRNA'S NEW PAPER 1 21st. I

feared that putting more seats in the o
automobiles won't help any. Volume one number one of the New I Capt. R. M. Clark, left yesterdayfor
-o- Smyrna News has reached us. Thisis Vineyard Haven, Mass., where Jeweler
An automobile concern advertises a a brand new daily and is a real Mrs. Clark had preceded him several
"car with a conscience." It's the driver newspaper. It is full of good live weeks.
who hasn't the kind of conscience that news and neat in make up. Every I i
is generally approved who worries community needs such a newspaperand Shanibarger's for bicycles and OPPOSITE POST OFFICE
pedestrians and causes them to run New Smyrna can well afford to Sundries. U
for their lives. support this paper as. it deserves.Mr. I EXPERT REPAIRING AND ENGRAVING.
R. L. Rood, is the I
o editor and JUNE FESTIVAL next Tuesday r
Post Master General Burleson announces manager. afternoon and evening. ItJ Ii i 1

that in the appointment of

post masters, recommended by Congressmen _
he reserves the right to
reject a bad or unfit man, no matter '
who recommends him. This announce- AUTOMOBILE'BULLETIN S1LUTOCKINGSFor @)

ment certain is quarters.The causing. sleepless o nights in

wise man who said that the .
mind that is cheerful in the present
state will not be solicitious of the |
future and will meet the occurrencesof
life with a placid smile, was no Day
doubt a great philosopher, but he These are Bargains in Re-Built Cars. Each one is

revr sat on the bleachers and watched guaranteed to be in first-class condition is
the home team lose three straight fully equipped and d-Yu I

games. and ready to run.

The unusual turbidity o of the atmosphere 1 1910 Cadillac Good Condition | EveningWear
which began last June and w
continued through the summer and $550.00
autumn, is to be made the subject of
an investigation by the United States

weather bureau. A circular request- 1 1912 Flanders Touring Car, complete
ing notes of any observations that
have been made of this phenomenon: $500.00.
has been addressed by the bureau to

a ologists.number of astronomers and meteor- 1 Model G. Four Cylinder Cadj j Our Personal Guarantee

Work gives you o an appetite for iliac, $150.00 Accompanies Every Pair \ \\\I\\\ \\

your meals; it lends solidity to your ..
slumber; it gives you a perfect and "
grateful appreciation of a holiday 1 Studebaker 30" 1912, run less than

So find out what you want to be and! 4,000 ; extra tire, etc., $800. Marion B. Ives
do, then take off your coat and makea
dust in the world. The busier you
are, the less harm you will be apt to I

get into, the sweeter will be your EXCLUSIVE MILLINERY PARLORSSecond
San Juan
sleep, the brighter and happier your I
holidays and the better satisfied will Floor
the world be with you and the larger I
.. of life will seem. .. -
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This Seasoll'' Goo iJ A for Pre-Inventory the purpose glance of stock through reduction our has wash produced goods department in the Of This I & Seasons!s Production

I I I aggregate about 2,500 yds. of this season's best selling lines-

lines that although-in some cases-are broken in color range,
R egolarValues ?1.1111 t 111",1 AND
15t,20c,25,35csals have still a wide variety of beautiful designs and shades for. t.IIIII.OII1I1II1I..

On WEDNESDAY selection. First: Choice Goods Only

Fabrics include Spot, Striped and Figured Lawns, Colored

at 12 )c per Yard Batistes, Swiss Spots, Embroidered Lawns, Plain Striped and at 12Jc per yard ;

Checked Chambrays, Colored Sateens, Figured Madras, Etc.

Seeli 10 ow Display Mon a Etc. None Sold e erore c wednesday .

F. N. BOARDMAN, 106 South Orange AvenueWADE

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I Mr. J. M. Johnson, from Kelley, la., SANFORD HAS BAD SCANDAL I AN ACCOMMODATING' MANI -* --- -- -- ----- -

I! is in Orlando to spend Sunday. Fifteen-year-old Bessie Oglesby of I MMmilMMMIiHMtMlimiittHilliieHiMMt> i

THE TUNER Sanford, who was taken in custody I John Rowland has the refutation of

ORLANDOFLA.Mr. Among the out-of-town people in yesterday for having run away from being a very accommodating man{ HOT WEATHER f
J Orlando today, is Mr. Lester Gabriel, home with her brother-in-law, Fred' The latest on him is as fellows: A SPECIALS

of New York. Fredericks, admitted to Deputy Sheriff -J I lady and little girl came into the

I Will Woodward that she had been store and said: "Mr. Rowland would PICKLES

P. C. Hall of Pine Castle was! Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Smith and living j in an immoral state with Fred-I you< mind going down to the depot and

in Orlando yesterday on business. 'daughter, Miss Edna, left yesterday cricks for several months, but expressed -I finding out if there will be a train SWEET PICKLES

i for Corondo Beach. no regret at the fact. Freder-j going north in about an hour." "Not SOUR PICKLES

A new garage i is being built in Da. cks and the girl were taken back to i at all madam" said the accommodating SWEET MIDGETT GHERKINS

nia. This little town is growing right, Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Crippen, Jr., Sanford last night for trial. John. SOUR SPICED GHERKINS

along. I went up to Sanford yesterday to spend Fredericks, who is a physical giant,' Down to the depot he west and SWEET FANCY MIXED
(I.Sunday, with relatives.Mr. was occupying a room with the girl 1' made the enquiry and was informed SOUR FANCY MIXED
The Y. M. C. A. night school in I) when arrested by Deputy Woodward,1 I that no train wouud be going north CONSERVED SWEETS

Tampa has opened with a class of t 1; but he would not admit that his vela j for< several hours. John hurried back C. AND B. GHERKINSO.K.
Dann has been
thirty-nine pupils. on the tions with her had been immoraL He i and delivered the message. PICKLES
I sick list for a few days, but is
I again declared, however, that his wife had I, "0," said the lady, "is that so?" PICKLES IN BULK '
talking real
Fifty carloads of watermelons left I I Colonial Park lots.estate and selling been unfaithful to him and that her "Yes, madam, that's exactly so," rej'sponded CHOW CHOW

Leesburg and vicinity last week for'I parents had been divorced and both'| John. CUBAN RELISH

Northern markets. were married again, the father livin r"Well\i Mr. Rowland, would you CHILI
I i Messrs. S. J. Sligh, Robert Mc- with his second wife in Sanford,!i i mind going back and finding out if SAUCE

Several tarpon were landed in the I'I.Swine and Dr. James DeLaney left while the mother lives with her second -!', there will be a train going south i in WORCHESTERSHIRE SAUCE

channel off Egmont Key last Sunday last night by auto for New Smyrn; husband in Tampa. I II about an hour. "Why not at alT re- TOMATO KETCHUP

afternoon and night. .and will spend today on the seashorei These matrimonial mix-ups would sponded the foxy grocer. HORSE RADISH

seem to indicate that the Oglesby and I| Back he went and made the enquiry I

Mrs. G. C. Schultz who has been S. A. Robinson returned from Fredericks families ought to purchase I(I and was assured by the agent that THE SANITARY GROCERY

visiting her sister in Lakeland, will I,, Tallahassee last night, the legislaturenow "interchangeable mileage" when they I, there would be no train going north,

return home today. I being closed. Mr. Robinson has contemplate journeys on the Hymens 1!!! south, east or west for several hours. CARUTHERS & GORE

been a faithful representative and has trunk line-Tampa Times. i I Back the dilligent messenger went
Mr. J. W. Grave and J. W. Sims,;t attended strictly to duty. The subject is one hardly proper to be I I I and submitted his report. 6 and 8 East Pine Street Phone 200iMMaMMMMmtllMMMMMHMHMMMMMM

of Ocoee, were transacting business 'i treated in a spirit of levity. All society I I I "Now are you certain of that" en-

in Orlando yesterday. : Mr. and Mrs. S. S. Griffin and is interested in this subject.c.j I quired the lady. "Yes, madam, I am ? .

Wes-i; I children went over to St. Augustine This question strikes at the veryJ, just j as certain of that as if I owned -
The Key militiamen are Saturday. Mr. Griffin will return in'foundation of the home and corrupts;, the railroad myself" John assured her THE JUNE FESTIVAL I

delighted that provision has been d I a couple of days but his family will I the morals of the community. It'the is I I"Well, come on then Maudie, it will The June Festival under the man I

made for their annual cruise:. remain I for three or four weeks. most menacing force against the,. 'be safe for us to cross the railroad," agement of the Civic League, to be

I "morals of the homes of Florida that said the lady as she hurriedly de held next Tuesday afternoon and

Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Franz, who have :, Mr. N. P. Yowell motored over to can be imagined. Lax marriage andj. parted. evening on the Giles Estate by Lake

spent several months in the city, have!i I j the East Coast yesterday for a week'slouting divorce laws poison the streams of I Lucerne is the same entertainmentwhich
gone to their home in Northern Ill. I'', society and pollute the I'! was originally advertised as a AUTOMOBILES FOR RENT
provided the mosquitoes do not home. Those Mr. W. T. Haislip, who has been
entrusted with "Rose Festival" but the name was E. L Murray
I j I get too promiscious over there. Like law enforcement in i traveling auditor for the
Dr. Hugh Geeger now of Kissimmee ,the rest, Newton will come back say- Florida should lay a firm hand upon for nearly three Exchange changed owing to the scarcity of roses Office Phone 409-Residence Phone 541 '
and who
was in the city yesterday afternoon I years was at this time. This is "
*;ing, "I can be more comfortable right such offenders. placed in the cashier's a case of Arose
enroute to his old home in Apopka. here in Orlando. The public is not interested in the short time department a by any other name would smellas FOR SALE .
ago was to fill this
i I filth of the family history but it is sweet, and there will be many Practically new Rambler Automobile
position, a position that
Four building permits were issued I|I Ii The W. interested in carries withit flowers of all kinds in the decorations equipped with Presto
'i H. Mock farm on Clear 1 lake keeping the social fountains the responsibility of lights, top,
in Jacksonville Wednesday, the total handling a and also in the Floral
has been sold to a Mr. Williams of pure and preserving young girl number of millions of Parade-and curtains, windshield, speedometer,
amount of these permits being $25,0 WI I I Canada. This is a very valuable farm life pure and spotless. in a E. D.dollars of again in the songs of the flowers. clock, bumper, spare wheel with extra
money season. Dow has
I*;being one of the most productive in been It would be difficult to find a more tire, tube and complete set tools and
of acting
| Mr. W. J. Cone-ly Conway, 131 i;I i this locality and is with as traffic manager, with attractive place for a Flower Fete accessories.Also .
provided all Col. W. M. Schaffer the title of claim
returned Thurs agent ever since the
in Orlando yesterday and took occasion than is offered in the Giles
modern conveniences. Mr. Williams day of last week from former traffic Estate and has auto trunk with two suit
to have the Daily Sentinel sentito will take a severweeks' a| manager resigned last if the weather is kind, the scene will cases for touring. Reason for selling
possession at
him. I I'I once. visit at Orlando and other interior winter. He is now made traffic manager
be one to be long remembered have
I for its no further use for
I i r points, driving back in his car and his work for the season car.
Orlando, with her beauty and varied amusements. Address, P. 0. Box 87, City.
pretty lakes and in which he
made the
I trip. Mrs. by board. Florida
Shaffner -
Mrs. Chas. Whilden left yesterday! No admission fee is charged for
II entrance
shady streets L-page-6-26-tf
I possesses many more> who had Grower.
preceeded him
to visit her husband who is engaged attractions to Or- to the grounds but a small fee
f the
tourist lando
of summer
I I I by week
in the real estate business on the East than many of the so-called famous him here a or more, rejoined will be charged for the opportunityof Shanibarger's for bicycles and
Coast I Saturday afternoon, comingover Try a Sunday Chicken Dinner t Sundries.
!j I summer watering places. Why not from Orlando by train.-Daytona the Arcade, Price 50c. a taking part in the games, ridingon tf
make of Orlando, the "Beautiful" a Gazette-News merry-go-round and see-saw, ELECTRIC TREATMENTS
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the Arcade, Price 50c. resort? Money to loan on improved prop cream and home made candies. per .
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Back to the farm movement is the have enjoyed ourselves with Business Boosters (classified advertisements

The world grows better as the peo- order and most far-seeing men of this our debate for two hours," said Mr. I! ) received after 10 o'clock,
midnight, will be run in the "Too Lateto
ple grow wiser. Tire highei a man's: age see a menace in the rush for the Underwood, interrupting the other day Classify" column.

business education the higher his city. the discussion on his tariff bill. He Boosters of five lines, or less-approximately

business honor. The gr 'at,'st and Eminent men in the business world addressed himself to his rivals in lead- 30 words one time, 25-

most successful business men of the like James J. Hill, head of the great ership on the floor. Mr. Mann and 31 r. cents(six ;daily three and times one 50 weekly c'nts; one editions weeK) j i<

world are the men most honorable Northwestern railway system and :Murdock: "to see if we cannot agree ) $1.00; one month, $3.00. '
in their dealings. Indeed there .is President Brown, of the New York to swap tobacco between the lines, I $ $ I
no permanent success, and absolutelyno Central Lines, are foremost in the as it were"-in other words, reach an 271. 5-28-tf I
business greatness except upon "back to the farm" movement and are amicable adjustment of parliamentary

honest methods. The higher the business -' not only encouraging it by their words technicalities to facilitate the progressof Money to loan on improved prop -c'. 2 ;ewiX:1' I,

honor in a communitythe but are buying vast tracts of lands the bill."Enjoy". erty. S. Y. WAY.
higher the morals in. that : and deserted farms and selling themto a debate on so timestained I

community, and not strange!' men on easy terms and are furnishing and prosy a subject as the tariff? FOR HIRE Nice seven passenger : } A Vacation Hint
inI I free lectures and bulletins for touring car. Large and roomy. j ,
the highest property values prevail If we may judge from the "applause"and
4-20 tf J. B. MAGRUDER.BUY .
such communities. That an honest their benefit. How the other half "cheers" and "laughter" and I t f1 Before you buy a railroad ticket i

man is the noblest work of God, has i f lives will be a serious prob &rt one of "great laughter" sprinkled in speeches a let in Thornton Park, a nice : i for this or that summer resort r '

never been denied. I j these days and necessity will drive actually delivered, not inserted undera suburb in east part of the city. Carl ; n come in and look at our Mid-Shi-

What is true of individuals in their [ men back to the farm and the world leave to print, that is just what Jensen.Do J mer Woolen line and let us make

business relations is true of nationsin I will be better off. those congressmen have been doing. you want to pick up an auto | I !I a cool Summer Outing Suit for

their business relations. I The young man who invests spare Not a little tobacco has been swap- bargain? If so, read the advertise {] you.We

The best protection that American dollars in fertile acres is the young ped between the lines. There was, for ment of the San Juan Garage. i !] 1.L1 make a specialty! of Nor-

institutions and American farmers I man who will be laying up treasures instance, the generous slice of rugged folks and will! bp pleased to-.

can get is an honest character. Give !i where evil will not corrupt and bad natural leaf plug Henry A. Barnhart OAK HILL is the beautiful subdivision -1 : how you a f.-.v 01 our latest '

the nations of the earth a square deal j men will not take away. proffered his colleagues, inviting them. to the Northeast of the city models.Men's -. *
I still have some choice lots there. j I
in every transaction, give them a dol- 1 Farming in this da yand age of the to put it in their pipes and smoke it: Carl Jensen. I Fashion -'.
lar's worth for a dollar and the need- world is a profession and he who goes Shop

ed protection is at hand. The world about it wisely is the most independent "There was a man named Joseph FOR RENT-Five room cottage with
has out lived the day of shoddy goods and happiest man in the world. Cable, all modern conveniences. Garagefor Hand Building:
auto, or horse and buggy. Apply 1 Cor. Church sad Orange
'HandLJ :
and shams. Quality is the demand The shams and disappointments of Who bought a goat, just for his stable 515 East street 5-15 tf : .?. r

and the price is at hand. society are not to be compared with One day his goat, too prone to dine, ( TJ ( ; ,,-- 4 '
.J j
The greatest trouble the American the peace and contentment of country Ate a red shirt, right off the line. GOOD TIRES-Factory imperfec >TSrZSZCT1( ..V... ....' ......f'., .oj -"-
people has, is to avoid shams. Men I life. tions at about one-third less than usual

of inordinate greed and dwarfed con- Then Cable to the goat did say, list prices. Full line in stock. 1

sciences not only ask the government STATE NEWS 'Your time has come; you'll die this W. PHILLIPS & SONS, 6 E. Church Save Half

to levy a tax upon the peoplein day/ street

order that they may swell the prices And took him to the railroad track,
During the month of May, a total of FOR SALE New house and lot in
of their wares, but they lower the And there he bound him on his back. I
509 arrests were made by the police Colonial Park. $1150, easy pay
quality of their products many times department in Pensacola. ments. J. F. SCHUMAN, !I
giving the people an article wholly The train then came, and the whistle) Sentinel Office. : s

untrue to name, greatly inferior in blew;
The handsome new auto fire wagon FOR SALE Place 7 21 Get Better Walls and -
-My acres
quality and in food supplies that And the goat well knew his time was _
for the Riverside station in Jacksonville horses one two-horse wagon, one I
which is deleterious to health. These has arrived in that city.R. due, buggy also 80 acres 21h miles from Ceilings With BishopricWall
conditions have lead to pure food But with a mighty shriek of pain, Umatilla, Lake county, Fla. Mrs. E.

laws, weights and measures laws and Coughed up the shirt and flagged the J. Carter, R. F. D. No.1, Orlando, Board'
J. Hendricks of Ocala, had the
testers and inspectors in every line train." Florida. tf
misfortune a few days ago of havinghis
of trade. Buick automobile burned near GROVES TAKEN CARE OF On Any Building Job Easy (o AppleMakeyourbuildingmoneygofarther
The greater portion of the tjme of The lesson Mr. Barnhart, who i is
Istachatta.The Plowing, mowing, team work, heavy Mastic and afncenduring surficefit
the United States courts is occupiedin editor of the Sentinel at Rochester, board Makes
hauling, etc. Having been engaged save time and pet better results by usday smooth. Will not warp, shrink
protecting the people against the intended to enforce is that blessingsmay all my life in caring for groves, I am ing Bishopric Wall Board for walls and buckle or pull loose in any climate win-
eighteenth annual commences Satisfaction ceilings. Costs 50 cent less than ter or summer. Is moisture-proot, ratH
prepared to please
invasions of the few men in s not be recognized when they you. per proof, sound-proo1 and
ment of the St. Luke's Hospital in every line of work. L. M. HALL, plaster to apply- looks better and l lasts fire-rtoisting.
country who are in control of all com came, that it may be darkest just before : Sheets 4 ft x I ft. come ready to ap
Nurses' Training School in Jackson- 608 Division street, Orlando, Fla. as long as the building ply. Anyone who can drive nails can a;
modities for which there is a de dawn, that the menace the stand- 5.141 It. Prices low.
mand. ville was held Wednesday evening in ; moas No More Cracked Walls
pat orators see may not be nearly
the Woman's Club building. An elab "Bishopric" walls and ceilings are unPraised Everywhere
The day of "Infant Industries" i in terrifying as they pretend. His wasa FOR SALE affected by the jars and moisture which
the United States is past. The day orate program of exercises had beenprepared ballad of optimism.And Good Horse, buggy and harness- crack a smooth: pla, hard tf'r. surface This Wall that Board gives lasting makes by Users

of honest pack, of honest count, of and was beautifully carried the lot of congressmen condemned I- Call on or address, J. B. Walker, Or satisfaction. Is displacing lathand3iatiw.liBoard1Roo5ngMig.Co.
will plaster everywhere for cottages: bungaIlt ar Sir*'-Inclosed plea. find remittance
honest weight and of true to name is out. The hospital move into its to grind on dry-as-dust schedules I- lando Fla. 5-27 tf lows, fine homes, public buildings, gartsl6 tquare feet.of Bmhoimc) Wall Board bblp
handsome in ages, out-buildings and every kind of core if rIb : I
new quarters, now course
The tot from have
dawning.Men in hot Washington weather structure ( yon we on two room 1
I man and it look fine.
of erection in northwest Sprigfield, i toFOR SALE-Large Lot near Methodist
are learning that "honesty fopolicy's r 1914. be a good deal better than we think.] Church. Whole or part. With Saves a Month's Time FRASK HAVENSTRTTEMoscow..Pa

sake," .is not the true con Instructive glimpses affored as to the or without dwelling Address or wire. Comes in sheets 4 fed square, read)
/ ception, but "honesty because honesty range of the rollicking debates justifya E. N. Coy, Irondequoit, N. Y. 5-10-tf for use. Goes on dry. Just nail It to Investigate This Todayl
studding and walls and ceilings are
i is right, and right must prevail. The St. Augustine Record says: belief that sympathy directed their ready for decorators the same day. You can see this s+ "
"South Beach now has real electric FOR SALE OR RENT-Five-room Edges meet evenly-no panelling\ needed. wonderful ton- _
With these ideas in mind, a mind way may be sympathy wasted. house large lot full of fruit trees. No skill needed to apply it. Sates a warping, fire-re ;
_of honest training, and a character lights and is really citified. This ; month's time in building. sistingwalltwardatthe :
I Apply 308, Robinson avenue store of any of the
grounded in honesty dnd righteousness morning the St. Johns Electric Com $5,000 Anti-Warp Bond dealersbelow.. *"
A TROUBLESOME Examine it carefully and SWvt
as is President Wilson, it is not pany completed the placing of the QUESTION GAS RANGE FOR SALE-High up Bishopric Wall Board is the only Wall learn how you can make Uw'"Bulopn |
line the beach eighteen Board stiffened with lath. Kiln-dried building money go farther by i *
new primary to and by eighteen in. Oven and
that he
strange is unyielding in his ef- lath are imbedded in toughened Asphalt- nsinz"iiishopric" forts for tariff reform. Grover Cleve- the making of connections. Hereto- Since the organization of the Amer- Brailed. Five burner cooking plate.
Call 207 America
land, whose honesty no man ever ques- fore the lights were fed from the car ican government, the tariff has beena St. 5-27-lm FOR SALE BY .

tioned was a tariff reformer. Tariff reform I line current which gave poor light. troublesome question. The tariff EVERY BODY'S DOING IT

is an honest measure and must j I The new direct primary line provides bill enacted July 4, 1789, shows some Automobiling, we are open for date *

prevail. There is no foundation upon regular city current. The primarywill traces of the doctrine that tjie national picnic parties, or a crowd for an Orlando Novelty Works

which permanent business can be carried ( soon be continued to the assembly government might use its power of evening drive. Call 360 or ask for

on between nations different from for use there." taxation for private benefit. But this C. W. Willsby, Careful driver. 5-13-tf
that which underlies successful busi- I doctrine was held to apply only for

ness in this country between and The Miami Metropolis says: "Four- the manufacturing of goods which FOR RENT I
man. I teen pineapples on one stalk is just public policy required to be' made in Nice large rooms, furnished. Convenient The Mastic-Wall Board and.Rooting Mfe. Co.. Cincinnati,

about the record for intensive production this country. The next bill, enacted for business people, also lighthouse J pi

j it is believed, and 0. L. Sheat., April 10, 17yO/ left out the prior claim. keeping. Delightful locatio:
The grand jury at the recent term who manages the Dorio Rochette farm for private benefit and distinctly lim- with or without board. Terms Yen

of the circuit court in the present- i(, one mile north of the Allapattah ited the act to "making further provision i reasonable. Address, "C" care Sentinel

ment recommended that a new court : school house, is exhibiting such a for the payment of the debtsof office. 5-22 tf
house and jail should be built as soon phenomenon on the streets with no the United States."
as possible. The WANTED-Some one to start laundry
jail which is a
not an of Several Xo doubt
inconsiderable amount
pride. idea of using the cus- at Winter Garden. .
Good .. ,
old one was found to be in bad opening .IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII..t..IIIII..III..II. .
of the pineapples are perfectly toms system for private benefit exist- for the right party. Address Box .
tion, but the members of the grand i formed, but many of them are dwarfed ed to some extent, in the minds of the 27, Winter Garden, Fla. 636tDlUvGOING

jury would not recommend its repair. I', and misshaped because of the proximity people, and special tariff bills
Miami Note in Times-Union. AWAY? Take Ue r amil and bO L in
>: apple of stalk many stands neighbors.about The four pine-feet enacted indicate by a willingness Congress which to cater seemed to pri-to If so, don't forget to have the Daily y a w m
Sentinel follow
Sundries.Shanibarger's for bicycles and high, and the head has a circumference vate profit. The necessity for revenue your summer you-mailed home. No every extra dayto Spend the summer on one of the numerouslakes on
I tf of nine I the government was the basis for

... II I tariff acts until after the civil war. charge. the Beach. Now is your time to buy, 4

feet"d in 1890 the policy of taxing the NOTICE
for the benefit of a few favored

of their political party waeliberately s The
GREATEST VALUES IN Adjourned Annual Meeting of
accepted by the party in the Orange County Fair Associationwill CAMP STOOLS . . . . . ; 25

power which passed the notorious McKinley be held at the San
bill, which in Juan Hotel, I CAMP HAMMOCKS . . . . . $1.50
terms, was, "an Tuesday, June 10th., 1913, at 10 a. i m. I '

A Regular Downpour act duties to reduce and for the other revenue purposes.and "equalize i W. R. O'NEAL Secretary., I CAMP TENTS . . . . $:).50 and up

The law was carried out as entitled. i Camp cots and everything to go camping. '
-OF- It reduced the revenues of the govern-

ment, it equalized duties, but always Paul A. Horn d I
upward, and it carried out "the other

BARGAINS'r i purposes" by robbing the great body H THE
iI cf people to make enormously rich a CONTRACTOR and BUILDER

I few of the favored friends of the HELMS HARDWARE !
I party. This arrogant and defiant at

By securing your personal titude of the tariff beneficiaries 0. Box 624 Orlando, FI&II"'III'I'I I: COMPANY
roused the people to drive out the

needs now, you can make more high tariff party at the next election, I niiniiiiiniMiiMiimieiiumiiiiiiiimMnT

but the policy of protection had pois
clear than
money by any day'swork I
oned the i
politics of the people.

you have ever done Everything Autos For Rent ate

in our store is being sold Tampa grows, winter and summer JUST RECEIVED
day and night, and one of the Any Hour
at a sacrifice. indications of its substantial growthis

noted in the steady increase in post-

Be sure and visit our store. It office receipts. The figures for the | Seven Passenger j NEW LINE OF
months of the
will present year compared
eventually pay you. Remember I
with the same months last year, givean STEVENS DURYEA
lookers are welcomed as po- advance of nearly $10,000. The BULGARIANTrimmings:

showing is worthy of Florida and is
litely as buyers. I another clincher in the statement that Ride_ in a Good Car.'Phone .

[ there is no "slack" season in the dollars" and
Florida. year.-Times-Union ShortTalks. s

Brown & LartigueMen's 34MIMMIHMMMIMMHI
Information has been received that

the movement of watermelons, cantaloupes USSESIMLTOH & DUNN
and various other vegetablesfrom
and Boys' Outfitters
Ocala and vicinity to the Northern
markets is now on in earnest and Shanibarger's for bicycles and Agents for Barclay Corsetst

I wil continue for several weeks. Sundries. tf



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They The..Sv,:.Are\Couple belief au Just of:of mi About many Centuries rf oing as;peoi'k Mmif They Ago.? that kind Were the of,a I ISl" !- ORLANDO O 4'&V" TRUST I COMPANY i l LUCERNE[ R [' 1 THEATER[ [

char: h. 5 IcJ Professor IJTU.UIO; U.;<;hIto
x-' ,(? the wwitUer rt'\' rds of t,I'ene -
'tcrth! teutnrj Capital and Surplus and Undivided Profits $120,009.00.

T'l y h\'jxti;!;iloux of rrofe ur (:. ;iIsh Total Resources over Three-quarters ol a Million.LtiU4 H :
.. ",' v\'inters that I5-ted wolihitone : i
1111) :' warm VUIIUT.. '
th rlwllilt'r> Statement of the Orlando Bank and i i'TILLAGE
tiu; i.allj 'I" MONDAY'S PROGRAM
tw '::11 wilft'S followed by cold I \ r r Trust Co, at Close of Baiinew
!p 1 ..1vc1 i :gild winters followed ; I i
Iby j" :" :> eleven told ttutiiiini-. I 1 :! April 16th, 191J-The Ser- CUSTOMS OF CEYLON . . Mutual
lei;;'. :' warm spring-, eight sum I I
r ., nth Anniversary of i Educational and Scenic.
mt r J f" -t> and five very warm
auluuv There was ne Instance of I Its Existence
Isix >,. 'tiri.e warm$*e.xoii>. MureIth "\\lLLIEXD TilE CONJURER" . . Mutual

:,u t\r ',M"iarters) of the periods of I ,._ A lively and mirthful farce comedy for the children.
|qfLw I 'HIT occurred between thef '
I "
a.i itumn and the end of RESOURCES
spr. \I.. $' times daring the eijihtleen ; i k "WOMANIIATER'S DEFEAT" . . Reliance
; r; i Loan and Discounts.....$S63,197.8S'Overdraft :
h eer':: : the same apparent anoinality I
ret-urred rv at the same seasons In :' s I .............. 922." A thrilling and interesting modern melo-drama. Picturesque
sever $ \1t""sl\(' years. In every case I I i I Real Estate, Furniture :. and gripping story in the extreme.

I the seisms regained: their normal char- I and Fixtures .......... 25,853.44 jIi
acter':}':-s '. R a Stocks and Bonds ........ 26,018.33 : : "CALAMITY ANNE'S TRUSTS" . . American i
There have always been (persons who If s
imagined that the reasons were becoming Cash on hand and In Banks 36,267.61 '. Presenting again that funniest of all women. Miss
warmer or colder than before. Louise Lester, better known as "Calamitj Anne". I
I i ........... ..... II
Total $789,260.08 '
I There U. however, small foundation Was never better shown in that difficult title role than \
I for such reliefs The world has indeed I I LIABILITIES she is in this picture. Calamity this time forms a ++ .
I cxi erienced many cold summers trust with extraordinary funny results. It all ends

I and many are not warm the winters rule, but but the such excep seasons I Capital Stock ...........100000.00 with an unsuccessful stroke. Laughter from start to I t

Ition, Youth's Companion i ter' : Surplus and Undivided finish. No funnier and better comedy picture was

--' I Profits ................ !4,14tJaI ever shown in Orlando. 1

NOT AFRAID OF COFFINS. .. I !11 Y I Deposit! ................ 665.115.63
y. F I
|Among the Chinese They Are Gladly .. .I Total ..... ...$789.260.08 ; COMING TUESDAY Warner's Feature- 'Their I
Accepted as Presents. = I Lives Saved b>" a Thread"-Three reels presenting ;.: i .

Some one who knows Chinese pea Miss Martha Russell in the title role. One of the most
I pie very well once told a tale to show -- ----- '. Deposits April 4, 1113....$59,87&.81 I ; daring sensational death-defjing pictures ever pro- I 1.
that they do not permit themselves the
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April 16,1913. 665,11518Increase
I luxury of nerves She said she had Deposit i
I gone one day before the Boxer riots. Staid GoTtnne&t, State and Dt.Jla1f in 12 daTa ......$.72. 3943 *
[to visit an old lady who lived out in : :011 J
the far beyond Weihs-ien,
country \ 111111"11'1'1'11"111111111'11'11" '.
\When the American woman arrivedthe
old lady was out. but presently she
I came in and announced that she had . . MMIMIMtHMItHlttHHHMfHHHHMMtMIMW. '
Must been out "watching the men dig THE MARKET
I her grave, but as it began to rain she ,
1 had told them to wait for a pleasanterday
," She did not die for years after M. SLEMONSDo

that but that she her had grave the comforting was ready for assurance I ; Of Cleanliness Of QualityFRESH | j

] her without any unseemly haste whenever
[ she cared to occupy It AND SALT MEATS
The same American had the experience : -
of sleeping In a room with a you want to buy Men's_ __ Shoes-King Quality at 3.50, $4.00 or 500. FISH: AND GAME.. .... :

very large coffin when she was visiting Crosset Shoes at -4.00.Vomen's Tan Shoes at $3.50; Tan Pumps, $3.50, GunMetal
a Chinese friend, and the next morning I
the old grandfather of the family called or Patent Leather Shoes or Pumps at $3,50.Ve have new styles and Kept under the best sanitary conditions.
her attention to its excellences and
explained that his son had made him a best quality. Everything screened away from the flies, and kept fresh
present of It "Isn't the wood finer he
and pure. .
asked admiringly "It cost a lot of Do You Want a Boys' Suit or Boys' PantsWe
Old such
money" i People accept pres-
We invite inspection and guarantee satisfaction. We have
Unts as marks of filial love, and not at
all as a hint for them to occupy the : have a new stock to select from. The Men's Suits that we sell made by everything in the Meat Line.
c ffin.-New York Post
Schloss Bros. are well known all over the country. They are wcrn by Lawyers,

General PricelessBefore Luke Tears.Wright became :. Doctors, Bankers, Merchants, Farmers, Skilled Workmen and men who appre The PARLOR MARKETH.

1 governor general of the Philippines he ciate merit and correct style in the clothes they wear. \Ve recommend them.

practiced law in Memphis. It so befell :I The brand is a guarantee of quality. It is a pleasure to show these clothes, and
on one occasion that he was engagedto M. Self & Co.
defend a man for murder, while his : we invite every man who reads this paper to visit our store and look at them. ,
| son was the state prosecutor.In I'
his final argument while pleading :
with the Jurors to free his client General I I I Just Received Mens' Mohair Suits 18.20 PINE STREET :I
j Wright wept copiously.: As he fin.
| ished his speech and sat down, wipinghis Phone No. 80 :
still streaming eyes the younger
Wright rose to close the case for the

commonwealth. W. M. SLEMONSitillMtMMMiMIIMitlliltlHIMtMMttttttlMMIH i.
"Gentlemen of the Jury" he began. ,

"I am overcome with admiration for 9M ItiYilI114YMvtrliWlwiufrG'WS> +4WrvuGrwGG.'..tr4tW. .... ..".'... t
father. He has which
my powers
Kfr44tMllllilllllHiltt 1
i even I, his son, did not suspect he possessed 1
You behold him shedding tears I LIGHT THE
for his client who, I am Informed, has lillitllMHHtillillitlttlHIIIiMltllMMMMMMIIMllllMllttiiiiii iHitfil
paid him only a small fee Gentle- I
men of the Jury 1 never before knew I PATH TO PROSPERITY i iI

my father could weep in court for less IF YOU WANT THE LATESTIN i
than $3.000-Saturday: Evening Post 1

Merchants who use Electric Signs never lose '
Relax In the Water. IN I I
Lew Sarett explains the difficulty their way by choosing the wrong road to suc- \
has In remain-
which the nonswimmer
I leg afloat In "The Knack of Learning LINE OF UP TO DATE DRY GOODS, CLOTHING, cess. You simply cannot fail to attract new I

I Swim" in Outing, as follows! : I if Electric Sign. It'acts
to customers you use an
"The nonswimmer fearing water I
like an irresistible magnet, drawing all the
I very naturally tenses his muscles
I as he struggles to keep his head above trade within its reach: That is the reason a
i the water until he Is as hard as a rock, MON. SATISFACTION GUARANTEED OR MONEY a
command the attention of buyers. f
and like a rock, he sinks whereas the they
I swimmer having no fear relaxes his REFUNDED. i
muscles and hence becomes buoyant i Store Owner i :
I The explanation Is a simple physical For Every
I one. Tense taut muscles Increase the
I specific gravity of the body and makeIt B. Salomon Orlando No matter how small his business, the Elec-
sink In water; loose, relaxed muscles
I (given an ordinary supply of air In the Sign is the cheapest and most effective I.tric I.

lungs) will make the body float" .111'111.1..1111.11111111111.11111111111"1.1..11111111111' 11'1'11111'11"1"11 advertising. 1

A LittU In Advance.' -- -- Phone for our Sign Designer to call and sub
A Washington man and his wife. IIMMIimillllimUMMIiMIHMMitllM
mit a sketch.
whose domestic complications are frequent -
but not serious had one evening WELCOME TO WE OFFER YOU No Trouble to Us...No Expense to You. I'A
called upon a married couple. On their
way home the lady said: ROYAL PAM ) .
"Now, In the case of the Parkers, I
should say It was an Ideal marriage. THE MOST OF THE BEST '

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"Why so? I
"They quarrel Incessantly, and she. ELIJAH WHITEHEAD, ence in meats. .
can't understand a word of It."-Lou I ItsvUle Proprietor.

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Art of LivingHe
Louis C. Massey, President.
lives most who loves most. That :
T. Picton W rbw. Vke.Pm. 8. WtUn How, CuhbrHoward man who has not learned to love that ..
C. Babcock, A* ', Cuktcr Samuel A.Newell Au't Cuikl which is beautiful and good in this
world and hate that which is mean
and ignoble is ignorant of the art of

THESTATE living. I : What is the
Men: at their best are imitators. God
made man in the beauty of His own I
image. Man in the glory of this cre
BANK ation catches up the brush and puts CHRISTMAS SAVING
man on canvas. lie chisels him in
marble and writes him in verse.
God makes a beautiful landscape.

of Orlando Man imitates this by diligent storkesof CLUB ?
the brush. God plants a forest,
and man repeats the sweep of its
arches and lines of its tracery in

THE OLDEST BANK IN THE CITYAND great thunder architecture.and whispering In the winds rolling God I Merely a number of people who arrange to systematically

speaks to man in audible voice, and save ( rtaidd PiDDits each reek iittb the positive assurance
every where, in. woods, m mountain,
in stars and on the blades of grass thai hey will receive a check two weeks before

The Bank which transacts more business than God writes his thoughts and sends Christmas for every penny they have sa\ed.
His messages to me. Likewise man .
any Bank between Jacksonville and Tampa
rehearses his thoughts to men by
I audible sounds and visible signs. ---

The large patronage of this Bank has been built up : The sounding shore, the singing

during twenty years by conducting its business on sound :, brook beasts, the the birds plashing, the rushing waterfall winds, the You can save any amount from 2 cents week up.

banking principles with careful attention to the legiti- : through the tall pines are God's great
: musical instruments and his great} The 2 cents the first
mate wants of customers. The confidence of the publicis
: life plays through them. $11.22
reuected in the large amount of deposits. So man makes a sounding board, week "club" nets you

Average depoiiti TIM tariff rf 1918, 1900,000. : wind instruments and reeds, and upon
: and through these he breaths the
I music of life to his fellows.
J FOUR PER CENT PAID ON SAVINGS ACCOUNTSOur Thus man expresses the life that
: is within him through the faculty of IT IS WORTH WHILE !
: imitation. He simply takes in from
: nature, and Nature's God and gives
correspondent banks are located in every part of out that which he receives. Nature
: is his nurse and his teacher. She Call at the Christmas Savings Club Window and let us explain it more fully,
| the world and include some of the largest Banks in the : speaks and he faintly and imperfectly
better still club
or join some now.
J United States. repeats the. words. He grows strong
upon that on which he feeds. If he
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-- --- ---.-- -- stront!' _in {Fondness_ ___, in. irpnino .m.. In o
n c>-- n -- n W"'wv AU'"
he feeds upon the allurementsof ; | ; The Peoples National Bank

following are the temepraturesfor the world he may rise to realmsof i, *

The regular quarterly meeting of the week ending June 7th, 1913. apparent greatness for a time, but "It is a pleasure to serve you."
St. Luke's Cathedral Chapter was held Min. Max. sooner or later he will flutter to the
in the Dean's office on Thursday even- Saturday .. .. . .67 95 earth and though he may rise again,
ing, the Bishop presiding and the following Sunday . II II .. . 70 95 his life like the bird with broken pinion -
members present beside Dean Monday . II .. ... . 69 93: : will .never soar so high again. Nei
Sherrod: Hon. L. C. Massey, Judge Tuesday II ... .... 71 93 All life is instituted, informed and
Warlow, Mr. A. Haden, Mr. Chas. Wednesday ... ... ... 71 92 inspired by God, and no life can ig- ffltHlliliiMlimMttlttttltlMIMMMMIIMHIMMtlitMIIMmitlMfftMMI l
Lord and Mr. George McCulloch. Thursday .II ... .. . 71 86 nore His laws without paying the
Appropriations were made for sev- Friday . . .'.. .. . 73 87 penalty. All inorganic as well as organic -
. . .. . .
eral needed improvements upon the Saturday 72 87 nature is subject to the laws of
Cathedral grounds and committeeswere Note: We have no rain guage but God. Man creates powerful glassesto N. P. YOWELL'SttUHF

appointed to.attend to the same.I showers occurred Thursday and Fri- watch the processes that take place
The iron fence is to be removed from day. when one inorganic body trespassesupon

its present position and used on the the rights of another, or travelsin
south side and west sides of the lot; PresbyterianRev. a path not its own, and views with
also a cement walk laid from the Jno. W. Stagg, pastor. dismay the results thereof. ,
Deanery to the street. The grounds Sunday school at 9:45 a. m., W. R. But what of man transgressing the SALE !
will have further care, the sexton be- O'Neal, superintendent. higher laws of God?
ing employed for this in addition to Services at 11 a. m., and 7:30 p. m. Where do we find beauty and love-
his present duties and the Dean's of- Morning Sermon, "StandardizingContinued. liness? Surely not in the turmoil of
fice, which is used for many parchial broken and violated laws.
purposes, is to be refurnished.St. Christian Endeavor at 6:30 p. m.
The stream is beautiful
Cecelia's Guild plans to hold Prayer meeting Wednesday at 7:30p. it
m. flows gently in the channel God made In cleaning up our stock we find that there has been an accumulation -
frequently some informal parish gatherings
for it but is terrible
of a social nature, giving bet A cordial invitation to visitors and over the banks and rushes it lawlessly breaks of Odds and Ends, which were overlooked during our hustleof
ter opportunity for parishioners to be strangers.
it Will. The rocks are magnificent i in the Hidden Hand Sale have decided close them
come acquainted with each other and so to out regardless -
the place where God
planted them, but
with Dean and Mrs. Sherrod. BIG CALVES
,I _- death-dealinc'-- when__nn thpv____ homo_ ... tn_ I of cost. You WILL FIND THEM DISPLAYED ON THREE TABLES.

MATRONS' CARD CLUB I I The Steuben (Indiana) Republicansays travel in paths forbidden by God.

that a butcher went out into the loins Man with truth in the girdled about his: These are all Good Fresh Goods '
The members of the young Matrons country and offered a farmer $90 for light of reason as
Card Club were prettily entertainedat two veal calves nine months old, but given him by God, is the most power
their last meeting by Mrs. Leonard the farmer refused anything less than ful and yet most lovable of all cre I
ation. Table No. One Table No. Two
Bumby at her home on Rock Lake. $100, saying that he did not need the
Besides the regular players, a num- 'money any way and would just as The man who sees in the bread heats i i'
ber of special guests, Misses Ada soon let the money remain invested and the water he drinks more India Linon, Flowered and Plain !Lawns Dimities, Organdies,
Bumby, Rita Lawton and Mesdames in the calves. The butcher then wentto than the satisfying of the cravings of :
Lawns Plain and Striped Ginghams Flaxons and Cor
Jenkins, Alfred Bumby, Walter Wes- a neighbor and bought a seven the physical man; who sees in the ,
cott, J. N. Merck and Louis Dolive, months calf for $35. things about him deeper meaning than 121A to 20c values. ; duroys.
for "Five Hundred. Here is a pointer for us crackers.If for selfish acquirement is masteringthe .
The high scores for the games were we can get $35 for a three year art of living. I
made by Mrs. W. M. Davis and Mrs. old steer we think we have struck God becomes transitive through Clean-Up Sale 11 :, Clean-Up Sale
Louis Dolive.In fortune. The difference is that the nature into man. All the beauty of Per Yard C Per Yard 16 C
the serving of dainty refresh- man's calf meat while our woods nature is for man. The processions I
ments, Mrs. Bumby was assisted by steers will not make decent soup bones. of the seasons, the (phenomena of:] .
Mrs. Alfred Bumby and Mrs. Jenkins. When we learn that it costs less to revolutions of the earth and all its
grow real beef than to grow roosting changes are the magnificent machinery Table No. Three

. PICNIC AT RUSSELL'S POINT polls for buzzards we will have both operative in the natural world, and
fat cattle and fat bank accounts also. :are the ministries of life of God and White and colored Voile, Suecine Silk, plain and fancy colors;
Mrs. M. 0. Dovel made the childrenof There was a day when Texas was man. We drink from a cup and get
her kindergarten happy yesterdayby wedded to the long horned ranger God's love. We delve in the earth and Kimona Crepe, plain and fancy colors; French Ginghams, in stripes

taking them to Russell's Point, but today the Texas long horned steer there find revealed God's love. We and checks.
can only be found in a few places know that
where where is the
they spent a most delightfulday every expression -
in playing games and swimming.At where it is kept as a curosity. The of God's love and God's le SThese goods usually sell from 25 to 35 cents. 19c
noon they had a delicious picnic big fat beef cattle of Texas are now sons for the guidance of man is this
dinner in the pavillion. Mrs. Dovel as good as any in the market and | natural life. Clean-Up Sale, per Yard

was assisted in entertaining by Miss Florida will soon make the shift from God is adored by most men becausehe
Jack rabbits to cattle.
Grace Boone. is a giver; alwoys giving and that
j that He gives always has in it life.
EQUAL SUFFRAGE LEAGUEThe I GOOD ROADS JAUNT The man who recieves in the spirit i N. P. YOWELL

regular monthly meeting of the The Good Roads boosters that will that God gives will understand that
Equal Suffrage League will be held make the trip to the Gulf have decided giving is living and will lay aside all
in Unity Chapel next Wednesday' upon Tuesday, June 17th as the starting selfish considerations in his walk
morning at ten o'clock. day and full arrangements will through life. Selfishness has robbed
The Store
be made for the trip at the Board of more people of true happiness than Big .
Members of the South Side Civic Trade meeting Monday night. A great anyone thing. In the art of living i ,
League in Miami are up in arms deal of enthusiasm is being manifest unselfishness is the brush that i imparts -,
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against the erection of the proposed on the subject and undoubtedly a large the soft and delicate tints that 1 I IffIVODE
guano factory on the south side of number will join the procession. beautifies life.IMPORTANT.
TO Today feature
day at the
the river. At a meeting held to discuss Favor-
the situation one member drewa The assertion that the flying machine SPECIAL BOARD OF ite. Come and bring all the family.
vivid picture of south siders sittingon : is "as safe as the automobile," TRADE MEETINGAll 0, ever wet and watery sea, Three Reels of real Motion PicturesA One hour of amusement!
their veranders in the evenings, might well be qualified with the ad If I could write some poetryI'd Magnificent two Reel Feature Open 2 to 5 and 7 to 10 p. m.

after the factory is under way, with I dendum, "just 'about"- Conn. West- members of the Board of Trade rattle off a ode to thee, "Mona of the Modocs" (Bison) A Admission five cents to all!

clothes pins on their noses to keep ern News. interested in a trip to St. Petersburg, 0 bully, gee. Western Military Indian Feature in
out the odor of fertilizers. They de I The tenth, next Tuesday, will be agala a "Good Roads" trip or any other two parts. WANTED-A woman to do general
cided they diden't want the factoryand one in Orlando-Merchants' Car, trip, will meet in special session in, JUNE FESTIVAL next Tuesday Everyone should see this, the great- house work. Apply w. M. Wright,
woulden't have it. nival. Secretary's rooms Monday night at: afternoon and evening. est Indian picture ever shown in Or- Carter St, at City Limits. 8-10-11
8 o'clock. lando.

Shanibarger's for bicycles and Try a Sunday Chicken Dinner at J. N. BRADSHAW, Pres., Try a Sunday Chicken Dinner at "Look Out" (Crystal) A Splendid Try a Sunday Chicken Dinner at
Sundries. tf the Arcade, Price 50c C. E. HOWARD, Sec the Arcade, Price 50c. : Farce Comedy. J the Arcade, Price 50c




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