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 13, 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 \1 State

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Si-ial to the Sentinel. Washington, June 12. Republican Manilla, June 12.The entrenchments '
: :Mr. S. J. Sligh has a large force of I j j Washington; June 12.-That the The coldest day for the date in

Stamford. Conn. June 12.-Four leaders in the Senate are working hard', of the rebellious :Moros under people, perhaps thirty or more at ; Hawaiian cane sugar interests had I June for forty-one )
and withina
persons WEre killed and thirty-one in preparation for their fight against : the Sultan of Jolo at Bapsagere work picking tomatoes from his large :, years
| spent'approximately $100,000 in maintaining degree} and a fraction of being
injured in a rear end collision of past Democratic tariff bill taken by the American forces today farm; south of the city and has shipped j in the
a lobby Washington to de- coldest day l I.y
fenger trains on the New York, New Senator Penrose is to lead the opposition after a fierce battle in which the r a car eclat' for the past three I i feat the free sugar provision in the Weather Bureau ever here,recorded for the

Haven and Hartford Railroad here on the floor after the bill American casualties were six killed weeks. When it is remembered that any time in
Underwood bill, and that it i is willing June, wrapped the inhabits
:this evening. It is .feared that five i is reported. Senator Smith of )lichi ;|j and twelve wounded. :there are four hundred eighty! crates to'I to spend $800,000 if necessary, in the ; in otJacksom'ille
overcoats aft
'of the injured will die. i igan is preparing to lead the fight!' The killed were two privates of the car some idea can be formed of of they
hope retaining a duty on sugar, had crawled out from blankets
The first section of the Boston Express against the sugar schedule and Senator Company M.[ Eighth United States the magnitude of Mr. Sligh's tomato declarations
were made to the members which they hunted
which left Boston for New Smoot will command the anti-l Infantry; three members of the Fif- operations in Orlando. I out in tht:' night.At .
( of the Senate lobby investi at- 7 o'clock this
York at noon, was standing in the i free wool debate. Senator La Follette, ty-first Company of Scouts, and one Next week will close the picking morning tin mercury

station.here and just about to resume who has amendments which amount member of the Twenty-ninth Company season and the ground will be cleared I I J I terests.ing committee yesterday by sugar in- was settled at 56.6, and at noon
was no higher than
59.9 with
its trip to New York, when the second 1 ;practically to a new bill plans to, i of Scouth. Lieutenant Edwin and conditioned for a fall crop. Ex-Gov. ia stiff
George R. Carter of
I j Ha- north wind blowing that felt like
section of the train came rushing i in make a speech that will extend over i, 1 1a H. Rackley was wounded in the leg. '' Mr. Sliph says that by the use of i waii, told the committee that he had (, or snow from distant + ice

the depot at almost full speed. The week. J j' The casualties are regarded as light : i iJ too much amonia in his fertilizer andthe I been in mountains.Only
Washington since April, do- two
days June
rear parlor car of the first train was Majority members of the Finance J in view of the stubborn resistance putI i somewhat extended drouth his havp ever
I ing everything in his power to ere- been colder than
the engine of the E.econdtrain.and Committee continued their j by the Moros. 1! today, thestj days
telescoped by today con-i) up everybody in the car eitherkilJe sideration in the Underwood bill, The attacking forces had been : cent. Thus it will be seen whatan free June,
sugar. He admitted that a bu- 1899, when the thermometer
or injured. suming discussion of the metal re-\\ made up unusually strong as a precaution abundant crop tomatoes are and I reau is maintained in registered -
Washington by i respectively 54 and
The engineer of the second section ule. It was reported today that thnd e I there being an addition toI'| how profitable they must be underfavorable the Hawaiian interests for the The 55 degrees.
I fell in
said.the air brakes failed to work ting pig iron and ferromanganeseon glthe I I company of regular infantry, a ,, circumstances. Indeed b1 of parr mercury Jacksonville

he was unable.to.control the train. the free list, had also transferred i:I I troop of cavalry, seven companies of J Sligh is so well pleased with his effort and pose that working this bureau against has free unlimited sugar?I which 14.4 degrees drop occurred in 24 after hours, mast of

steel ingots and billets to the free scouts, two companies of constabulary 1.1 I'l this year that he is already preparing sunset yes
means to its
carry on operations. terday.
USING THEIR FRANKING .PltI Y list, because i the House had put steel I with a battery of four mountain! to enlarge his operations for next see-j j Sidney Ballou the
1 'I general representative ;: Clearing with a warmer weatheris
ILEGES rails intthetandutiable. class. !: guns and a machine gun platoon. ;, son. He is preparing to crop two I i in
: Washington, of the Hawaiian the forecast for tomorrow arid the
: Although there remains one I' hundred this fall. He
( point acres has plans 1 j Sugar Planters'
change will be
Special to the SatlDeL.Washington COMMENCEMENT still occupied in the I '' acceptable. Fires were
UNIVERSITYm ; mountains, the | made for planting fifty acres of po-' testified that the
June 12. More ,than Hawaiian sugarI common in homes all day'and in
WISCONSIN i mountain guns will be in I II I tatoes men
a position twenty acres of beans and
I had been
spread at the offices
shivered with the
a.million of documents wholly windows
to shell
( it easily. Brig. Gen. John twenty acres of cucumbers and the I I I'
capital since 1889 the
I I sugar men closed.; -Jacksonville
or partially domestic beet sugar Special'to the'Sentinel. Pershing, commander of the department I balance in tomatoes. These productswill ; I Metropolis.

producers as part of the publicity.campaign Madison, Wis., June 12.-Com-i I of Mindanao, who led the forces be for spring shipment. I, the fighting free any list.attempt to put sugar on j"'

hare been mailed by members -. mencement exercises of the University declares he will continue operations!'I Mr. Sligh has learned the art of I NATIONAL ASSEMBLY OF CIVIL

of Congress under their.franking.privileges. of Wisconsin which on Wednesday -'I'tn Jolo until the tribesmen's guns I farming in Florida and goes about I I SERVICE COMMISSIONERS

Jhis was testified at next sends out its sixteenth graduating -i have been taken and the island is!I it in a scientific manner. He studies )j COMMENCEMENT AT WEST i l 1
.today's lobby inquiry by Truman G. \ POINT : Special to the Sentinel.
class of young men and women ; peaceful. i| the soil and treats it to what it needs,

.Palmer.0 __ ,..secretary_ and treasurer of started today when diplomas,i ,and above all he cultivates the soil I ---- I II New York, June 12.-The sixth

ine National Beet sugar ,throwers' wets; warded the graduates of the I I REDUCING THEIR EXPENSES I thoroughly and frequently. I Special to the SentineL iI i j i Assembly of Civil Service Commissioners -

Association. University Library School. The exercises I In handling the big crop which he I West Point, N. Y., June 12.-Nine- !! was formally opened today

Mr. Palmer. named several Congressmen will end on Wednesday night i Special! to the SentineL I is planning for this fall, arrangements ty-three cadets, composing the first !'< with a publis meeting in Carnegie

whose franks were used. with the Alumni Ball. [ Connellsvilfe, Penn., June 12.-In < are being made to have a tent class; of the cadets at the United I i| HaU. Frank Gallagher, presided of

The speeches of the congressmen on Tomorrow evening the graduating!I order to reduce the cost of living for I village right on the farm where his States Military Academy receivon. ed j'the I' Municipal Civil Service Commission -

,sugar were printed and franked out exercises of the students of the School I their employees, the Frick Coke Com-: ; help may live during the crop seas ) ; their diplomas this morning and im- of this city delivered an ad-

.at government expense. It is esti- of Music: will take place. For the I' pang are making arrangements to establish A deep well will be sunk and everything -j' mediately left for New York, accompanied dress of welcome to the delegates who

.mated.fromMr. Palmer's figures that first: time in several years, President i] several dairy farms in the immediate i put in order for a systematic j '' by the members of the new, represent 250 National State and Mu-

the government had contributed un- Charles R. VanHise of the University| vicinity of its coking plants village of laborers. (I second class who go on a furlough !'i nicipal< Civil Service Commissions

'willingly) since 1911, about t fifteen will deliver the baccalaureate sermon| and coal mines. From these dairy Mr. Sligh's pay roll has been $2- until August 28. Both classes will :. from all parts of the country. The

thousand dollars to advertising the to ,the graduating class on Sunday.) farms the company will supply their 000 a week this summer in handlinghis I spend the night at the Hotel Astor in object of the convention is to pro-

campaign for beet.sugar interests. The subject of Dr. Vanllise's address workmen with fresh milk and dairy combined tomato at Orlando New York, and a celebration, including mote by discussion and an interchange -

The.statements by witnesses .creat- will be "The University Man in the I products at a price equal to which the Kathaleen Galloway crop and Lindon, the; ,1 the attendance of the cadets in,', of views the cause of the

ted a stir among the committeemen. Twentieth Century" I farmer receives for the product sold major portion being at Orlando. I la body at one of the theaters, has merit system. 1

,Democratic .members of the commit.tee f Class Day" will be Monday, when to dealers. I Mr. Sligh's truck farming been arranged. I, A dinner at the Hotel Astor will
declared the matter would be the historic ivy exercises I I bring the
planting will I to become one of the largest ) Commissions as second lieutenants convention to a close on

,probed to the bottom in order to fifiLi; held on the campus. John ILvingston GOING TO THEIR COUNTRY I of Orange county. In enterprises his inthe United States Army have been Saturday night. R. A. C. Smith,

.the blame. ilt..also hinted at. 1 of Madison, president of HOME operations he is doing moreto given ninety-two members of the class Commissioner of Docks and Ferries

proceeding. the outgoing class, will give the ad advertise Orange county than all the only cadet who did not receive a of New York, will be the toastmasterand
Special to the SentinelWashington
followed other agencies combined. This is the commission, being Demetrio Castillor,; addresses are to be made by
TO' PREVENT FURTHER .))ELA :'I June 12.-President i Governor Sulzer of New
Wilson kind of advertising that has meat Jr., who hails from the Republic of I York; Ru-

ivy by George F. Potter, Madison. 'I 20th will begin his vacation June the] bone and will get attention from on Cuba, and is therefore ineligible to'I idolph Blankenburg, Mayor of Phjla-\

Special to The Sentinel1ashington.June The ivy oration will be delivered despite the tariff and currency delphia General John C. Black .'
the] public. Such operations the I a commission in the army of this' ; p el-
12.-The .Demo- Quinsy J, Jones, Madison, while Miss i i legislation now progressing. He will biggest boosters Orlando are country. Castillo is the first Cuban |ident of the United States Civil Service -

held .a .meeting tonight to smooth the Agnes W. Dickerson, Helena, Mont,I II take his family to the country home' j more of it is what is needed can to get cake'"' to graduate from West Poir.., since Commission; Jacob Neu, president
way for the tariff bill and prevent at Cornish, N. Y., and :
read the original ivy ode. The .' remain with i this the most the Island has been a republic. of the Civil Service Commission of
popular and
further delay. .They agreed upon a farewell to the and buildings I them until after July 4th. This is populous ; the State of New York
campus i : land in the United States. Hawaii had a cadet graduated who. ; Mayor Gay-
plan by which they believe the tariff will he made by Summer H. Slitcllter, ;I IIadisuJ I II about all the vacation the Presidenti I Orange has the I: comes from a family which has had !j nor and others.
county soil j ;
bill can be repotted to the Senate by i: }, on behalf of the graduating]('i I will get save for week-ends during climate and all that is needed and the j I three members in the academy. He I At the City Club, the assembly is
the is
the end of next .week. summer. I I
class. brains, bone and sinew to make it i the is Charles Bishop Lyman and his two ; conducting an exhibit consisting ofAl1
One .man a filibuster of Se.catorJones In the afternoon the class will meet I greatest spot in America. Boost thebrothers Charles K. Lyman and j I photographs, charts and literature

is to be ended and an agree in the gymnasium for the regularclass BUILDING ACTIVITY IN CHICAGO illustrating the work
intelligent and industrious farmer. bert K. B. Lyman preceded him I bing done by
meat with the House on the sundry dy exercises the feature of through West Point, Charles graduating I Civil Service Commissions throughout -

civil .appropriations bill forced and which will be the presentation of thhe e Chicago, June 12.-Chicago is en- WEATHER with the class of 1905 and out the country. .
the decks cleared for action toying the COOL
on class memorial an insurance loanlund in its greatest building activity FOR JUXE I bert going out in 1909. Both are now I ) ;
tariff. to be used for the of history. Since January first
support lieutenants in the army. The L'manof .\. C. L BRAKEMAN KILLEDA
Kern agreed that the West Virginiamine permits for 4,508 buildings r
needy students at the university. The involving this
was member of
Fitzgerald, Ga., June year a
probe rommittef,should be an estimated -The ex
called cost of
presentation of the memorial will be $40,516,000
have ceedingly cool weather that has baseball team and also played polo. A young man by the name of 0.
back take been
part in the If issued pre-
caucus. made ,
by Anton E. Onsurd according to
a report -
vailed since yesterday Being an expert horseman he has R. Roder, brakeman on a north bound
they do the whip and issued today by the morning is unprecedented
spur applied, while the memorial will be accepted building department been assigned to the branch
in this section. With cavalry freight train, met with an accident
speedy Action may be expected. Members the I a
ifor Prof.
university by Julius E.
of the
strong wind from army. while discharging his duties
I the north and as the
of the Finance Committee a
however Scandinavian
Olson of
the depart-
continuous drizzle of rain Nine members of this year's graduating train was departing from Kissimmee.
were pessimistic about the vu tmeat.. I II RESULTS IN THE BIG
hats and class wore the "A" on the athletic The train had
light trousers have paused long
look. After Mix hours debate the I LEAGUESSpecial enough
| .V
moosed" and have been displaced field. Devore, )Keyes, Gillespie, to take water and young Roder, who
committee pu wool and sugar on the J CHILDLESS COUPLE COMMIT by
r overcoats. The and Purnell were on the football team was rear brakeman and whose
free list. Sugar is to be free after .SUICIDE to the Sentinel atmosphere whilevery dut*
three years. chilly is not thought that the while Lyman and Sadtler, the second it was to give the signal to the engineer /

NationalPittsburg crops in South Georgia are injured baseman and captain were the stars climbed onto the train as i\

Zurich, Switzerland, June 12.-Eu- 5; New York, 6. very much, and if the sun comes out I on the baseball team. passed out, and stood between twdl
WORKS gene Maggi and his wife believed I to Cincinnati, 3; Boston, 7. tomorrow cotton will cars, leaning forward he
j grow surpris-I as gave the
be the wealthiest in Chicago, 6; Brooklyn 1. i
persons Switzerland I ingly. signals
Nashville Tenn.June DR. MERR1WETHER DIES and while in this position, the*,
12. A
special l committed suicide today, theirad St. Louis, 5; Philadelphia, 7. \I train passed the water tank

from South Pittsburg, Tenn., saysthat being actuated by sheer lack of interest i ,i American I COLDEST JUNE IN I his head agatnstFwhich
Dave Gibson of that TAMPA Asheville, N. C., June 12.Following struck with terrific
place and in life. Ir j New York, 2; Detroit, 1. i force and
Art Mickam, of Bridgeport, Ala. l lost Boston l i an operation for appendicitis was knocked from Kist
3 St. Louis i i on
,, Eugene Maggi was only 41 years': ; 2.
Tampa, Fla cars
June position
their lives 12.The cold.eot -I Monday, Dr. F. T. fell between the
at the plant of the Dixie old and his wife 35. The joint estates : Philadelphia, 6; Cleveland, 1. wave reached I Meriwether, notedwith where he
; Tampa dragged until
today, teh
Portland Cement Company at Richard Washington, 5 j surgeon, who had perform-
of the man and his wife were ,, ; Chicago, 4. a temperature of 63 could be
City, Tenn., yesterday afternoon, estimated time Southern I degrees, being j; ed like operations on hundreds of pevI stopped. He was in an unconscious
some ago at $10,000- the coldest June
being caught in the in the ; 12 in the history of pie, died this morning at 7:20 condition when extricated
belting 000, and while quite recently Maggi' Mobile, 5; Memphis, 2. E this city. Four I o'clock and
times died
before a temperature his in about an hour. He
machinery ,; at hospital. was
department. Both Throughout
were inherited the Atlanta, 7 'I yesterday
income from number ; Chattanooga, 4.
a I of 64 has 22
men with families. Birmingham 8 Nashville been registered in I j morning it was reported he could nt11"e years old and his home was Newport I A
of ,
factories. '
; 1.
but before
never Tenn.
has 63 I L
been 1' but at he
The couple had been married for a Montgomery, 6; New Orleans, 1. reached. ; noon began a rally
WOMEN WRITERS IN SESSION South Atlantic : which lasted until midnight, when he
number of years, but a childless un- |, \ BIG SHIP
again began to decline. BEGINS MAIDEN TRIP }
ion brought disappointment to both.I' Charleston, 4; Albany, 3. POTATOES ROT IN I He was a
Edmonton, Alberta, June 12.The Last night they retired to their bed Savannah, 1; Macon, 0.ml Minneapolis, Minn. 'j i member of a prominent KentuckyOne -
triennial i' June 12.- l!! family, and was commissioned Jieuter.I Hamburg, June ll.-The
meeting of the Wom e n's room in their villa here, turned Columbus hundred thousand bushels giant

Press Club of Canada, began here to- the gas and were found dead in thei1 I|I missed connections. 'I said to be spoiling on railroad of potatoes I| ant in the United States army. steamship Imperator, of the Ham

day, the delegates including women, morning. Carolina here, may be turned tracks I burg-American Line, started from
over to here
authors and newspaper writers from I! Charlotte, 3; Durham, 1. ble institutions. The charita DYNAMITE BOMB KILLS MAN Y on her maiden trip to New York

various parts of the Dominion. ;; NEW YORK SPOTS Winston-Salem-Raleigh, groundswet I congestion of old extraordinary at 4 o'clock this afternoon.She .
I crop potatoes is said started from
; no game.GreensboroAsheville. I to be partly due to the arrival of Lisbon, Portugal, June 12.-Sever..l! the an anchorage in

That fashions have changed so in I New York, June 11.-Cotton, spot rain. I potatoes from the South. new persons were killed and a large num to lie open at the roadstead. She is too big

the last few years that there are now I closed quiet 10 points off; middling ber wounded today by the explosion> : her regular pier and rooted
I up
few women who have hair enoguh I of!uplands, 12.25; middling gulf, 12.50; Cosmopolitan for July, Curtis & The West Palm Beach 'of a dynamite bomb thrown from a gale. special moorings in the recet
their own. Board
of 'window hit
no sales. O'Neal, next Portoffice Trade ( a procession passingalong
now has
over 250 members. the streets.

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Soy tage.the erection_of another big ga-'I I Gifts to Please ; Bargains! Bargains!! \

Work wil commence in a few days I _
on Titusville's new steam laundry. t
Special Bargains during the remainder of this month.
Work has begun on the 100,000-gal- May be safely purchased from 1 Shoes for men, ladies, misses and children, in all styles
lon reservoir for the Sarasota water- and colors, high and low, cut to suit the taste of every
works. body. All shoes will sell at 25 per cent off.Ladies' .
us where everything : Shirtwaists from 4Sc up.
Another new brick business blockis ,- Ladies' Dresses, in all styles and colors, French
to be erected at an early date in is guaranteed. : ; 'r Gingham, from 9Sc up.
Arcadia. .. Children's Dresses, in all styles, sizes and colors,
from 25c up.Ladies' .
Work has begun on the claying and i: l s Skirts, in Linen, Pique and Serges, in all
improving of several streets in Ar- shIes, sizes and colors, from 9Sc up.
cadia.It Dry Goods at a special reduction.
Allen & Co. : ;'.' Ladies' and Children's Rain Coats from $1.98 up.

Telephone is understood Company that in the Tampa Peninsular is preparing Hats Ladies'from 25c and up.Men's Children's. Ready-to-Wear and Trimmed

to build a large and modern Clothing, such as Blue Serge, Mohair and
home for itself in that city. Cashmere Suits, all from $8.00 and up.
JEWELERS Men's Alpaca Coats from $2.00 up.
The DeSoto Hotel in Arcadia is [ | Men's Pants, all kinds, latest styles, from 98c up.
to be thoroughly remodelled and put ; Bojs' Suits in Cashmere, washable Suits in all styles
in first class shape and in the future I I 4 and colors, from 50c up. '
will be run on the European plan. Orlando FloridaOur Bojs' Pants from 25c up. :,p I j
Men's and Bojs' Bathing Suits,all sizes, from 48c up. :. .. '
Fish receipts in Pensacola last J Men's and Boys' Felt and Straw Hats from 25c up. '
three i Notwithstanding our exceptional low prices, in addi-
Saturday were very light I F Jwho
smacks unloading a total of only 11-t ; tion we gibe away premiums in china ware to everybody .- ',.... :
500 pounds of red snappers and I ; trades with us. .ir f
I i We want jour trade and we assure you thatWe will ,JfT I Igive
groupers. Repair Department at \ you the best merchandise for jour mone) guarantee t ; _..!
The new school building at Dade 1 ; satisfaction or jour money refunded. Come and I -' c.
convince trade will be '
City has been completed and accepted yourself your appreciated.
by the school board. The grounds I your service always. If you would be posted be a daily visitor to this store. Agent for the Snow Shoe.

have been graded and cement walks
laid from the building to the street I i, H. Kanner's New Bargain Store, Orlando ]

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The Tampa Tribune says at a recent :
meeting of the county school I,
board plans for a system of fine pub- Everything in Drugs I I
lic school buildings throughout the I
I .
county, uniform in design and con
structed according to the most mod- OAKlAND
ern ideas, were made. School buildings WE DISPENSE ONLY THE PUREST AXD BEST
of the new type were ordered 1,000 Books of 20 Tickets Each, Worth $2.00, now
built at Sweetwater and Big Cypress. Selling for 50c at The Arcade Restaurant, The Lucerne
Delaney Drug Co. Theater and Magruder's Livery Stable. THE CAR
AFTERIt We want to get everybody in the habit of spendinga THAT EVERYBODYISTAIMG
pleasant and profitable hour each evening at the Lu.
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American of freedom negro and has be enjoyedfifty it said House Painting and Calcimining!, wr For the Next Fifteen
years I hate had years of experience and DaysWe
to his credit that he has made greater guarantee my work. CORN L CRISPETTE I [ [ r
progress in that half century than Estimates cheerfully furnished. i iI I
have the poor class of the white I
Drop me a card and I will call.P. .
laboring people of European coun- 1.'i' I 0. Box 381 I I I Ii Wholesome Nourishing I II will sell Lime at 90c
tries. His greatest progress too, has 'i'' tJ i I Delicious
been made in the South in the land For Sale I
barrel delivered
: Manufactured By per
where he served a master. Slightly used $2000.00 automobile. ,
Not all have made good. Many of Would consider real estate in trade! G. C MAHON I
five barrel lots.
them are no further advanced in intellect for same. Address Automobile, Care r j I
i or earthly possessions than -- --- Successor to Terry & Pomeroy
the day of the issuing of the emanci- Our "sweets" are standards of purity Sentinel. Lpage526tfShanibarger's f I I
pation proclamation. On the other and deliciousness by which you for bicycles and 1 1f
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hand many of them have acquired can judge others. i I Co.
good educations and most of them Every chocolate, every bonbon' .
have acquired homes and are useful,I every confection of whatever sort that i !lcNEIL-DA VIS BUILDING '
citizens. t I is sold here represents the highest I
Booker T. Washington, upon his return -{standard of genuine purity and excel NEW COLORS AND PATTERNS IN II! Phone 91.ELECTCVUUMCLRNER. t
from abroad said: "If I were[!lence. "
asked what I believed would be the!':, A single/ trial of your favorite con-I I A
greatest boon that could be conferred I I fection( bought here will convince you .
upon the English laborer, I should say that this is THE establishment to f Crepe Goods and KimonosGOWNS l !,.. ... \ .
that it would be for him to have the,'always patronize. I

same steady opportunities work that the for constant negroes now and I BUTT'S: Kandy Kitchen i : [ L [ t

have in the South." ; -- ----- -.._- I ETC. ,

"The negroes in the South," says THE NATIONAL LOBBY i .
Washington, "have opportunities i in,i : : iI
another direction that no man in his' Evidence is accumulating that President -i 2000 yards Val. Lace Insertion at 1 and 2 : j: I .
position has, outside of America. He Wilson knew what he was talking j .
has the opportunity to get land and, about when he spoke of that "in- cents per yard at I:I
build 'a home..' siduous lobby." There is evidence to "I.I' : Have your room or housecleaned
indicate that he knew where to locate I
Herein lies the
solution of the race :
problem. Teach them to be honest the men. For thirty years a certain McCULLOCH'SDEPARTMENT : without dust or trouble
and industrious and encourage them:number of men have always been in II t
to buy lands and build homes. i'the Senate whose sole business was to I : of moving furniture ;:
protect and foster the interests of I STORE .
The South needs the colored man I I i
predatory wealth. As fast as the peo- .
and the colored man needs the whitman e I "

ers. of Each the South.has his They place are and co-labor each: ''a I I pie legislature would screw who up would courage retire and these elect 124 South Orange Avenue : The Pierce Electric Co. send an Experienced -

should respect the other and the I corporate made senators, they simply OPPOSITE POST OFFICE
put them off the man.
government pay roll i
other's rights. This will assure ,
peace but by no means did they clear the -
and happiness to both
races and a law
national capital of their baneful in- i
abiding community. Negroes today fluence. ;1 SEE THEM FOR TERMS :
Jwn forty-two million acres of land;:
or control it and are heavy producers: I f I These gentlemen remained at the I __ _
Ii i,.I capital as before, the servants of the FRANK HYRESArtificial
| corporations in whose employ they

OPPORTUNITIES you want to BODYIf buy or FOR sell EVERY-a house I I I were.they the use floor They of and the, do but abuse not committee are have granted that the privilege room pirvilegesof the privileges and to. StoneBuilding T The PIERCE[ f [ELECTRIC[ L CO11Inc.'

If you have an apartment to rent on the fullest extent. Many of them
I i
are looking for a tenantIf CHURCH STREET-
work in private also using the most
want to Blocks, Cement Brick, House
you buy farm
'a -or have corrupt means to reach the desired _. ........
suburban home for sale- end. This is the insiduous lobby that Foundations, all styles of Concrete I - - - - - .. -. .. .....................
If you want to do anything with Mr. Wilson is after and it should be Columns, and Balusters,also all kindsof : -
real estate-you can do it through the lashed from the halls of the National Ornamental Concrete Work in Whiteor A Boon to All Those Who Go Down to AUTOMOBILE FOR HIRE
eolumns of the Sentinel. the Sea In Those wishing to mate trips for
Congress with a vigor that will deter Colored Facings Ships
For your own profit, be business or pleasure, should see mt
sure you others from following in their foot. I The McElroy Pharmacy have a remedy
read the SentineLShanibarger's steps. I that is guaranteed to cure Sea! for prices. Prompt service guaranteed
C. W. Willsey, Orlando, Fl...
Sickness. If
I II Phone 159...Works Livingston Ave. R "R. you contemplate a sea Phone, 360. 5-29 tf
for bicycles and Money to loan on improved prop on trip, be sure and take with you a bot-
Sundries tf I erty. S. Y. WAY. tle of McElroy's Sea-Sick remedy. If Money to loan on improved prop
it does not cure money refunded. tf erty. S. Y. WAY.lllllllllrllllllllllrIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII:11111 .

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those wlio Know us

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


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


We bid for your I j We extend liberal


business on credit to all and

the merits of T make special

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ourmerchandise terms those who

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and the L I ; :t '1 ;
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lowness of ourprices

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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 ?]


Kincala &, Sno-w-den .

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

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..,... The Daily EMPLOYING A TOWN MANAGER I 1ANORLANDO BOYCLIMBINGTIIE'I value of truth and honesty than the .'
I LADDER OF FAME lawyer and none are called upon
South Florida Sentinel River Forest is an independent more often to witness the folly of lies

MORNING AND WEEKLY suburb of Chicago, 111. It has a pop-I I. There is nothing in this wide than the man who undertakes to 45 PER[ Mon [ SAVING

-- -- ---- ulation, according to the last census,j world that excites so much genuine straighten out the tangled affairs of
Entered at the post office at Orlando i admiration as the man who
of 2,456. This population is com- life in courts of justice.An .
Florida as Second Class'Mail Matter. posed largely, of course, of people I makes his way from the most humble honest bar and bench is the

SUBSCRIPTION RATES whose business interests lie in the k walks of life to a position of such most important factor in that branchof
eminence that he attracts the atten- your tires, is what we offer on
city, and this is tantamount to saying the American government which
TilE DAILY SENTINELOne that the voters of the suburb are I tion of the world. measures out to us all our rights and

Year .. . ..!.. ,. .. .$5.00 mostly Chicago business men. The' The boy who starts out in life with interprets all our actions. Hence the '
Six Months . .. 1... .. ... 2.50 suburb is governed by a village board.It I high and noble aspirations is bound wisdom of the great men of the great 5,000 FILES GUARANTffDt.

Three Months . .-'. ...... 1.25 is entitled to rank as an advanced I to reach his goal no matter what the profession, in warning the young men I
community, since it has adopted from I obstructions that temporarily ob- against the temptations that will be! -
By news carrier in Orlando. 50 cents per time to time numerous reforms and I struct his way and imped his pro- spread in their way. t.
month. Daily and Sunday. I "The bright lexicon of youth
put them into practise successfully. gress. i
The Orlando Morning Sentinel can be foundon Among other things, it long ago elim- knows no such word as fail." An TIRES
O'Neal's BookStore capita circulation this
sale in Orlando at Curtis &: per yearis
from its local instance of triumph over circum-
and Wright Brothers.We inated partizan politics $34.46, just one cent more than
affairs. Its latest step is to decide stances is again furnished us in the I.. over any 3,500.mile tire on the market'and
will, appreciate prompt complaint if last year. We seem to have the
of Marvin Greene who will
delivery! is not promptly made by our carriers. that hereafter the village shall be case be extra cent, but have mislaid the other. 'the guarantee is good, for we are authorizedto
conducted by a business manager un- I remembered by many of the older
will be furnished on ap-
Advertising rates
der direction of the board of trustees.All j residents of Orlando. make adjustments.
plication. 11111111111111111111011111bulf
details will be left to this man-I His mother at one time lived in

,TilE by mail WEEKLY postage SENTINELFor paid....... .1.00 ager; he will be empowered to exer-i this city and later on a homestead
Address THE SENTINEL, Orlando, Florida. cise, practically, the authority that is I I some distance out in the unsettled Refining Co. :s

Office 107 Court Street Arcade Building vested in the manager of a commer- country. Marvin was a messenger 1'
Phone 24 cial corporation. He will be answerable boy in the telegraph office and by his

J.- P. SCHUMAN- -- Editor I to his directors at all times, and dilligence soon became an operator. 111111 NO WAITING OR TROUBLEand
I I the directors will be answerable to From here he went to Tampa, where

JOSIAII FERRIS, Proprietor the shareholders-the voters. But j he spent a few years and later cast I II Kerosene you know that means a good deal, for
-- I I his fortunes with the great west and
FRIDAY, JUNE 13TH, 1913.Don't the manager, under ordinary restric- tire
tions, will be free to manage the town for several years, and now is located Gasoline adjusting, as you know, is not always

according to his best judgment and i in Denver, Colorado.
satisfactory to
a customer. Come and
See it is Friday by
do it ,
today. to the extent of his ability. I His energies have not been wasted

the 13th, 1913. The first essential in a case of this I or unrewarded. He has, in the language LubricatingOils see them.

0-; kind is to obtain the services of athoroughly of the hour, "made good." He !
and Greases
The State Board'of Health says competent man. If great has prospered financially and above i '
that people who tolerate the fly are industrial and commercial and finan- all has rounded out a splendid man (
i norant. Now pet in Axle GreaseP.G.WALTONAgcnt
either filthy or hood.
cial concerns are able to obtain efficient I
your class. in whom all confi- Just recently he has completed a
--o- dence and authority are concentrated, post graduate course in the Georgetown "'I..
It will} be "on to Gettysburg" for under proper restrictions, it oughtnot University of Washington, D. C., I. \W. r PHILLIPS & SONS
both Yankee and Rebs,
the veterans, to-be difficult for a communtiy to where among a class of 317 students
who will attend the July celebrationby do so. Those who have given thoughtto I receiving diplomas he stood chiefest. ,
the hundreds, on the world's most The Washington Post of June 10 450
the matter are quite certain! that I PHONES { 269 (Temporary Location)
famous battle such a manager can be found for says:

o River Forest, and those who look beyond I "The Hamilton prize of $50, offeredby Orlando -- FloridaliMMMmHMIIIIIM 6 East Church Street
The most sensible woman we have village, or town, or any local Geo. E. Hamilton to the studentof ,
heard of for some time is the one the class
lines in such cases, are equally as cer- post-graduate submittingthe +| "t+. J"IIIOIII"I'IIOllllllllllllllli
who coaxed her hubby for money to tain that if River Forest can be suc- best essay upon a topic of legal
buy a hat, then changed her mind cessfully conducted under this plan, ethics, was awarded by a committee --- -- -- -- -

and bought a home, paying half down. the system need not be confined consisting of G.Thomas DunlopHenry

o i merely to the smaller communities. R. Gower, and Evans Browne, of the
The weather man seems to havean I District of Columbia bar to G. Marvin
This is going even farther in the 1
unlimited quantity of sold waves direction of simplicity and centraliz- I Greene, of Colorado. The subject of JUNE WEDDING :

laying around loose which he prefersto ation than commission government.I Mr. Greene's essay was "The duties

use up this summer rather than to Under the latter system, the theory is and responsibilities of lawyers and
keep them in reserve for the coming that each of the (usually) five com- !the disciplinary power and control of
winter. missioners shall be competent to assume I courts over lawyers." While "Dan Cupid" never quits his job or loafs, yet the Month of June 1

o echarge of one department of Orlando may point with pride to seems to be his most active season. June is always marked by its numerous

June is the month of commencements the municipal government. If thA her many achievements, boast of her weddings, which means that Gifts for the Bride, Gifts for the Groom, Gifts r

in the North and so many degrees electorate would always rise to the splendid climate and exhibit her golden for the Bridesmaids, Gifts for the Best Man and the Attendants, and Wed-

are being conferred that it is responsibility of choosing public fruits, but nothing within the ding Gifts from all your friends, if you happen to be the principal, and to

not strange that the weather man in servants for their ability rather than realms of her charmed borders is your friends if they are the principals, are very much in order. t

his hazing should get some low degree because of their personality, this comparable to the splendid young We offer you our magnificent metropolitan stock for your selection, a

work in. theory would never fail. But it does manhood that she is sending into the stock in which you can find the latest and best creations of the finest Silver-

o fail at times, and the possibility of I world to grapple with and conquer smiths, Jewelry Manufacturers, Glass Cutters and China Potteries in the '
A St. Paul paper favors a plan the of the country.
such failure is a cloud upon the com- perplexing problems age
whereby a man can pick the course mission system. Now, if the five com-I' they live in. All honor to the noble The stock is so large, so varied and so complete that a detailed descrip- "

to which his taxes are to be applied. missioners were empowered to electa boys of old Orange and God bless I tion is out of the question. We only ask that you visit our store, carefully 1

The trouble with that idea would be municipal manager, who should I' the good mothers who gave them inspect our stock, secure our prices, and make your purchases with the feel-

that everyone would apply them to have control, under their supervision, good characters and noble purpose. ing and assurance that you aregettingthe greatest value and the most up- 1
Deducing his own rate of taxation. of all departments, this might bring to-date merchandise.

o the management of local affairs up to GREAT LAWYERS
While all the world problems are REPAIR AND MANUFACTURING DEPARTMENTIf
I a higher point efficiency than has
being solved in essay by the gradu- yet been attained. And the signs in-
ates this month the fact remains ;I The Georgetown University, one of
i dcate: that some such system will be you have laid away in your bureau drawer or in a safety deposit box,
that the sweet girl graduate who greatest law schools in the world,
evolved from the present intelligentand pieces of jewelry that you do not wear because of its old-fashioned form or
turned out a grist of lawyers -
knows how to bake bread going to young
be closest to the front in life's race. vigorous effort on all sides to this week and some of the ablest mountings, bring them in and let us show you what wonderful transformation -
bring communal management into lawyers and judges of the land ad- can be wrought through the skill of our workers in gold and gems. "
0 '
line with the standards prevailing in Fine watch repair work a specialty.T.H.Evansthe.
dressed these new lawyers. It is
Representative Bowdle, of Ohio says the domain of higher business activi- a
not until woman is able to emancipate ties. conspicuous fact that in all the addresses -

herself from the slavery of :i of these great legal minds,

dress should she attempt to reform j the burden of their effort was to warn '
That some people seldom appreciate -,
the ballot. Now this is a cruel blowat these young men against the dark :
happiness until they reach a !
the fashion makers, but not much and devious paths so often followed Jeweler
argument against the ballot. point tense.where they speak of it in the :1 by young men, and the questionable

past i practices so often made use of. They
: are advised to never go into employ-
An exchange makes the following
Several new business enterprisesare ment where it is necessary to leave I OPPOSITE POST OFFICE
suggestion: "The duck waddle is the
now incubating and their birth conscience behind, or to accept re-
latest dance to become popular. In
may be looked for almost any day. ':. tainers where their ,freedom as men EXPERT REPAIRING AND ENGRAVING.
for titles to trans-
looking euphonious
One of them of considerable importance is taken from them.
fer from the barnyard to the ball-
to the people of Orlando. 1 No man understands more fully the
room, what's the matter with the

swan-swaggle, the goose gallop, or -- -- I I ____ _____.___________ __ h__________ ____ ____ __ __ ____________ __ __
the gosling glide?" II "

A new rule of the o-Oregon Agricul- I

tural College Canoe Club providesthat AUTOMOBILE' SILK STOCKINGS

no man may take a girl canoeing &
until he has passed an examination in

swimming and handling a canoe. Un-

til he can swim and paddle a boat BULLETINThese

without the use of his arms there I I t

will still be danger.A .

o For Day rand '
bill will be introduced into Con-
are Bargains in Re-Built Cars. Each one is .
gress providing for the terction and J
equipment of a federal armor plate I guaranteed to be in first-class condition, is fully equip ,

factory in order to get away from the and
I ped ready to run. : .
armor plate trust of this country, t
I F ri
which during the last thirty I 4

has held this country up for double years 1 1910 Cadillac, Good Condition, \ EveningWear

prices on an inferior armor plate. Xow| I

watch the trust lobby get busy; if he $550.00 i!

fails to defeat the bill, then the next >
Step by the trust will be to see that :'
1 1912 Flanders Touring Car
a man of their liking is put in charge|' ,

cf the new department. Trusts are $500.00.

hard propositions to down. I:

Because of strikes o three large j 1 Model G. Four Cylinder Cad : Our Personal Guarantee

factories in Buffalo, N. Y., employingin j ,
3000 closed their I I II
s( aggregate last week and men will leave the'I illac. $150.00 Accompanies Every Pair \\

tic Among these was the branch': r

fa: .ir,. of the Ford Auto company, 1 Studebaker "30" 1912, run less than !

Vu, h employed 450 men. The mach | 4,000 ; extra tire, etc., 800. '' Marion B I
y'of this plant is being ship-i!! yes
the main plant at Detroit. !! A / O
prl few walking delegates deprive j i
a ford: of men of jobs and ;i
1 a great manufacturing city.il l,'IC1 San Juan Garage EXCLUSIVE MILLINERY PARLORSSecond

T '.m i aborer is to to tyrapathizHe -

t, is ul.ally victimized I Floor

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T Triffled Millin'r ensalion Every Hat is of this Season's Conception the NEWEST, T rimmeu Milliner ensatinn .

the LATEST and the DANTIEST to be found anywhere in .
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TRIMMED HAT That we have in the store, without The original prices were low, being consistant with thestore's TRIMMED HAT
a single exception will be offered for sale on these two out That we have in.the store, with-
days at policy of exceptional values, with an unheard of dis days a at single exception will be offered for sale on these two F

count of 25 per cent. Every woman desiring something dainty

25 0 and charming in the way of hats to complete her costume,

. 0 within a wide radius of Orlando, should avail herself of this 251Discount 0o

Discount off Marked Prices exceptional opportunity that is offered on off Marked Prices t _

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F. N. BOARDMAN, 106 South Orange AvenueWADE

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transacted business in Orlando yes BOYD AND FAMILYI .
terday. The members of the Young Ma- t
THE TUNER trons' Card Club were the guests of Emmanuel-Baptist church isexpecting HOT
1 Mr. J. M. Hewett of V
Leesburg, is Mrs. W. M. Davis at her attractive to entertain a large numberof
+I in Orlando today looking after business home at East Church street on Wednesday guests at their reception to their'

I I matters. afternoon. new pastor this evening at the residence PICKLESSWEET
W. W. Yothers transacted business Mrs. Sidney Ives, Jr., having made of F. N. Boardman, Esq., corner\
in Tampa a few days this week. Mr. S. C. Scoggins, of Flitchburg, the highest score for the series of ofIain street and Summerlin Place. PICKLES .
Mass., is among the guests at the games, played at the first four meetings Dr.J Boyd had the love for winningsouls SOUR PICKLES

Mrs. W. C. Fussell, of Lucerne Circle -', San Juan today. of the Club, was given a pair from his earliest boyhood. Whenin SWEET MIDGETT GHERKINS

went to Jacksonville yesterday. i iMr of pretty cologne bottles.A i his teens he engaged in active mis- SOUR SPICED GHERKINS i
I Rev. J. G. Litch, rector of the Episcopal supper of salad, sandwiches, bonbons sinoary labors under a nonsectarianboard SWEET FANCY MIXED

N. F. Chamberlain has left church of Winter Park, spent and coffee was daintily served 1 of home missions, working SOUR FANCY MIXED
yesterday afternoon in Orlando. by the hostess. CONSERVED SWEETSC.
: among J the foreign classes in NewYork
Orlando for his home in Libertyville, i .
Illinois. ( i I and Chicago and other large GHERKINS .
I Advertisers who ant results patronize Mr. J. G. Spurlin, is representingLake citices.< At twenty one he entered O.K. PICKLES
the Sentinel. They know thatit Wier in Orlando PICKLES IN BULK
today. Baldwin University at Berea, Ohio,
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Crawford,
fw has no equal advertising medium from which
308 Gore avenue, are spending a fe he later graduated. After CHOW CHOWs
days in Tampa. Dr. Miles Robinson left last night entering< the ministry, twelve yearago CUBAN RELISH
Dr. and Mrs. J. D. Rush left yesterday for Somerville, N. J., where he will i his work has been largely donealong CHILI SAUCE

3Irs. J. L. Feinberg, who has been I! for Balsam, N. C., where they remain until fall. |!I the Pacific Coast and in the WORCESTERSHIRE SAUCE ..
will enjoy mountain l life for a while. South. Orlando rejoices that his lot TOMATO
I visiting her mother in Birmingham,* KETCHUP '.
returned( home yesterday.Mr. Messrs. D. W. Currie and D. H. is now cast in South Florida, since HORSE RADISH
:! Mr. C. S. McEwan has taken the Bennett are spending today in Jacksonville he is a preacher of force and native ..
agency for the Royal Typewriter one on business. eloquence.: .
H. A. Kegwin, of Arcadia, en: THE SANITARY
route of the very up-to-date machines of 1 His wife has a winning personalityand GROCERY .
to Atlanta, stopped off with I
in this the day and Mr. McEwan sold five Miss Mamie Binns left last eveningfor was Miss Scott of Knoxville, f
friends city yesterday. CARUTHERS &
_____ i last week. Birmingham, Ala., for a short Tennessee. She is closely related to
Rev. Lucien A. Spencer returned the ': visit to friends, after which she will the Ramseys, Elders and Perrys another d 6 and 8 East Pine Street Phone 200 '
[ city last evening after a briefBusiness I George Neidig, of Buffalo, N. Y., go to her home in Nashville, Tenn. (j prominent Tennessee families.AT ,
is in the ...
I city. He has purchased a -
!, small tract of land and is
w* I Mr. J. B. Lawton, Jr., left last THE GRAND --
it for and will
farming bring his
Mr. and Mrs. James Russel, of family here. I night for Jacksonville, where on tomorrow VACATION OX PARADISE ISLANDMr. BACKWARD WEST FLORIDA ; '
[luskeegan, Mich., are in the city for he will be married to MissBlanche "Tommy's Atonement" was a pathetic I -

few days stay. Chapman. They will return i picture taken from every day M. M. Stewart, who has been A pretty strong case has been
i Miss Irene Wilbur, a trained nurse to Orlando I
Saturday evening. of life and touched spending time at Paradise Is-
pages a sympa- some made out against the West Florida
)Ir. and Mrs. Ira Malcolm, whove who has been abaiding in this city ;I thetic chord in the breast of every land, down below Kissimmee, has re- members of the recent Legislature in

spent the past nine months in for some time, left yesterday for a II| Mercury went to fifty-two at Jackr kindly disposed person. turned to Orlando and is greatly :,showing that they were generally .
[rlando left yesterady for their vacation trip to Boston and other sonville yesterday morning, fifty The somnambulist was an enactment pleased with his trip. :' against progressive and enlightened "
in the East.
rthern home in Iowa., I nine at New Orleans, while sixty- of those peculiar and unaccountable Paradise Island belongs to Hon. meausres. The State highway bill
I two seems the lowest recorded in Orlando conditions that possesssome I Frank Vans Agnews and is a valuable was clearly defeated by the members ,
Miss Lizzie Baker, Mrs. Isaac Va 3. Mr.: Hugh Murphy returned )'esterl -I I and this only prevailed for a people whereby they do wildly piece of property. Mr. Stewart I'I from that section of the State. / .
rpool and Miss Kittie Vanderpool\l day from the University of Virginity !i few hours. strange things with wide open eyes says that Mr. Van has just finished Of course, it may be argued, on r

Maitland, were visitors to the cit lie will stay in Orlando during the though sleeping. marketing a splendid crop of peaches : the road question, that West Florida, ':: :.
[sterday. summer months. In the fall he will"i!i Miss Grace Batchelor: and Miss Tomorrow night will be special features from the Island farm which sold fore having no attractions to offer tour- .

take up his third year's work at the i Brains, left last night for Jack- and Saturday night will b $5 to $6 per crate. ists and few to offer settlers, does -
[Mrs. W. 0. Swearengin, who under- University.Mrs. I l sonville, where they will sail novelty features of great interest. Fishing was fine, Mr.\ Stewart says not feel that it would be justified in '
nt an operation at the Orlando ; today by Clyde Line for New York. and he had the time of his life. building good roads. Its people own .,
mitarium about ten days ago, is W. M. Mathews came up from I From this city, Miss Bachelor will "For Sale-Tropical Fruit Seed. comparatively few automobiles and

covering nicely and her many Tampa yesterday to visit Mrs. M. E'i continue to Parry, N. Y., to spend the Upon receipt of $1.00 we will send, TYPE WRITERS FOR SALE its farmers prefer to .drive their .
lends: will be glad to know that she DeLaney on South Main St. Mrs. Royals, Fox-both new and horses \
summer months; Miss Brains leavingfor postpaid, the following fresh Tropicalseed. slightly and mules through mud ore
11 soon be able to return to her Mathews formerly lived in Orlandoand used, one rebuilt machine and sand
her home in Camden, N. Y. Liberal quantity. Good assort- onI having been for so many years _
me. has many frineds here. Her hus- ment: Mangoes, Rose Apples, Sapodillas -I! second hand Underwood.Call assustomed to doing this. The rep- .
band is chief of the fire department i WANTED TO RE T-Furnished Pawpaws, Custard Apples, at my office and see bargainsin i resentatives in the Legislature there Ji
Dr. S. Miles Robinson left last night in Tampa. modern house. Surinam Cherries, Sugar Apples, etc. Typewriters and Fireproof Iron i fore represented the views of their t ,
new Jersey, where he will join ; I 6-13 3t S. G. DOLIVE. For immediate planting. Safes. C. S. McEWAN constituents in voting against good' .
wife for the summer, returning: That an East End youth who called TROPICAL PLANT SALES COMPANY I 6-13 tf."For roads.-Tampa Tribune.

Orlando in October. Dr. Robin- on his girl on Wednesday evening I ELECTRIC TREATMENTSAll Miami, Fla." Sale-Collection- of Tropicalplant .

has not only built up a good had to do his courting out in the kitchen. -:, Kinds, $1.00 per Treatment for I cuttings, packed securely and I CAR LOAD OF BANANAS '

Lctice in Orlando but has attract It was too cold to sit in the par I II the month of June. Dr. Bennett, Don't trust to luck. Advertise in the postpaid for One Dollar: 10 assorted j Just Received ..
[unto himself many friends. lor where there was no fire.HHtflMtlMIIMMMtlHiH. I
I Phone 227. L-Page5-26-lm Sentinel. I Crotans, 10 assorted Acalyphas, 10

_h __ __ ____I I .i assorted Hibiscus, 10 assorted Oleanders Large and Small ,launches '.

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;i, same. Church Street. For sale by Geo ;

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Business Boosters (classified adver- '
have There is no more dangerous insti-
London streets
Accidents in the
tisements) received after 10 o'clock
One odd Under the above caption the Miami tution in any community than sub- ,
been alarmingly frequent. midnight, will be run in the "Too Lateto
proposal prevent this kind of cas- Metropolis makes the following per- sizided press. A newspaper that exists Classify" column.

ulty has, so cable dispatches say, received tinent observations in regard to Flor- in the interest of certain cor- Boosters of five lines, or less-approximately ac
30 words time
-ont 25
the commendation of the Lon- ida architecture: rupt influences or who will sell its \J
.. cents; three times 50 ; one week I T1kf _
don traffic authorities.It It is entirely probable that in space to the corrupt and exile influ- (six daily and one weekly editions) >

seems more than likely that the lands washed by the Arctic ocean, ences of a community or of a countryis $1.00; one month, $3.00.

William there are dwellings to be found designed as dangerous as a physical
invention of a cycle engineer scourge. i L. P. COOK'S FISH MARKET. Phone i
Say, has solved the problem, and his i with all the airy disergard to The newspaper has an influence so 211. 5-28-tf{I Ii
invention has been tested recently by I environment and climatic demands subtle, and yet so far reaching thatno i

the leading autobus companies. The that is found in tropical countries- other force in the land can com- FOR HIRE-Nice seven passenger

invention embraces what is called a'! how would a house with broad ve- bat it. Locally, the influence of the touring car. Large and roomy.
4-20 tf J. B. MAGRUDER.BUY .
"feeler"-a slender steel rod in the! randas and open courts and pergolasand press is well understood and its influence ?ilii A Vacation Hint

.. front of the bus, and this is so sen- gingerbread trimming look in a for good or bad is readily rec- a let in Thornton Park, a nice !i :

sitive that when it is touched by any- setting of leafless trees and barren ognized. Jensen.suburb in east part of the city. Carl : i L Before you buy a railroad ticket ,

thing it instantaneously shuts off the grounds swept by piercing coldwinds I Nationally and internationally the
for this or that summer resort, ?
engine applies powerful brakes, drops ? power of the press becomes of graver FOR RENT-Six room flat with alii! come in and look at our MidSummer t

the life guard or cowcatcher in frontof "It is ridiculous to think about and importance. A jingo press can fan modern conveniences. Apply 306 Woolen line and let us make

the car and two smaller gards in yet we are finding in Florida, archi- the flames of prejudice and passioninto North Orange av nue. 6-10 6t.;. r, a cool Summer Outing Suit for

front of each rear wheel. tecture that is quite as grotesque. actual war between states or na Do you want to pick up an auto''!. "I you. .\-
"This is done quite independentlyof Apprently with no considration of the 1 tions. While a sober often does I r11'e
press bargain? If so, read the advertise- [ I make a specialty of Nor- "
the driver," says the inventor, "and demands of climate and sunshine or restrain the hand of a hasty or cor- ment of the San Juan Garage. J folks and will be pleased to ;- .
touch of similar 'feelers' on each side the call of tropical vegetation for rupt ruler. I
'I'/ 1 show you a few of our latest ;
of the bus produces a similar effect.It the picturesque and typical in build- How far reaching are the baneful OAK HILL is the beautiful subdivision I'' 1'1, models.Men's .
is necessary for the driver to alight ings, people come to South Florida influences of this jingo press may be to the Northeast of the city and'I );

and adjust the brakes, raise the and erect houses after plans theyare gathered from the following facts: Carl still Jensen.have some choice lots there. % Fashion i Shop

guards and restart the engine beforehe used to in northern climates and I It is now a well settled fact that ( ,"

can go on. not only do they give themselves the great manufacturers of war sup- FOR RENT-Five room cottage with I'' I Hand Building

"The second feature of the device dwelling places that might be vastly plies both in this country and abroad all modern conveniences. Garagefor Cor. Church and Orange Orlando
auto, or horse and buggy. Apply i I
'feeler' and catcher comfortable but their houses ;
is that the front more control certain metropolitan news-
5-15 tf
515 East street.
t .
follow the direction of the wheels, and detract from the natural beauties papers, whose business it is to manu- -I: J/i//diilf/ //::., '! i ;, ).1)/i/llljJllliC'/ / I, t I.

may be released when turned in any around them. facture sentiment under large scare CHAPMAN HOUSE

direction. The third feature is that It is certain that in a semi-tropical heads, for war. I Six dollars a week and up. No. 308 !

the arms carrying the guards adjust climate like Florida more attention Striking examples of this sort of I West Central avenue. Mrs. M. Mc- ,11111111111111111.1,111,1111111111111111111.

themselves to the condition of the should be paid to the architectureof journalism may be found right now Ewan, proprietress. 6-121 mo.

road, the whole device being imper- a home. It pays to consult an in the United States embittering the ORLANDO
vious to vibration. The invention is architect before you build just as it feeeling between this country and Japan -. FOR SALE-New house and lot in
Colonial Park. $1150
easy pay
adapted to all mechanically propelled pays to consult a physician before and in the most subtle manner ments. J. F. SCHUMAN, I

vehicles, including motor cars.-The you get sick. Orlando has some of fostering a war spirit between two Sentinel Office. BUSINESS COLLEGE

Outlook. these characteristic houses. friendly countries whose relations
will remain cordial if the breeders of FOR SALE-My Place, 7 acres 2
horses one two-horse wagon, one
NOTHING ELSE TO DO I war spirit keep hands off.
LET IT FOLLOW YOU ON YOUR buggy also 80 acres 2% miles from
VACATION In Germany, where the military Umatilla, Lake county, Fla. Mrs. E. MODERN COURSES IN
It is imposible not to be moved by spirit runs higher than in any other J. Carter, R. F. D. No.1, Orlando, .

the sermon of Dr. Henry Van Dyke land, the great Krupp, steel and gun Florida. tf
When leaving Orlando on vacation -
your Single and Double Entry Bookkeeping. Cor
the works are charged with
upon heresy charges brought order the Daily Sentinel to fol- owning cer- GROVES TAKEN CARE OF
against four young men entering the tain members of the Reichstag and poration Bookkeeping, Banking, Shorthand,
low you. Mailed to any address, Plowing, mowing, team work, heavy
Presbyterian ministry, one of them for ten cents a week. Ad- with corrupting German statesemn, hauling, etc. Having been engagedall Typewriting, Penmanship, Commercial Law,
his son. It is impossible not to thrill and with sending secret agents to my life in caring for groves, I am
dress changed as often as desired. prepared to please Satisfactionin Commercial Arithmetic, Spelling and all
with his indignant challenge: France to corruptly influence a power- you.
line of work. L. M. HALL,
"Whatever comes of the protest, I ful French journal to publish a report 608 every Division street, Orlando, Fla. Branches of Civil Service.
wish to take my stand with these I that France was about to doubleits 5.141 mo.

young men. They are my brothers in order for field guns in order that FOR SALE
the faith. If be made feel the
they are unfit for the Germany might to Good Horse, buggy and harness-
ministry, I am unfit. Heresy trialsare necessity of doubling its order an-
Call on or address, J. B. Walker, Or-
the delight of the ungodly and the nually.In lando, Fla. 6-27 tf Teachers in Charge. Diplomas

despair of religion. But if such a fact the "Armor-Plate Press"are Granted and Positions Secured for Gradu

thing must come, let it be fair and I T I PA CaTAM' the makers of war sentiment and FOR SALE-Large Lot near Metho- ates.
brave and open. Do not try it on the chief agitators of a powerfularmy dist Church. Whole or part. Withor
sensitive and advocate without dwelling Address or wire.E. Patronize Home Institutions.For
eager-hearted, boys. Try it navy. They a .
N. Coy, Irondequoit, N. Y. 5-10-tf
on a grown man who stands with policy of preparedness for war which

them in the liberty wherewith Christ! policy has been carried so far in FOR SALE OR RENT-Five-room
has ALL THINGS that their house large lot full of fruit trees.
made us free. European countries pre- ; Prices and Terms call on or address:
But we fear Dr. Van Dyke does not ARE JUDGEDBy paredness has become a menace to Apply 308, Robinson avenue

understand the situation. He is past peace. Where is to be the limit in
compar lon. There MUST be GAS RANGE FOR SALE-High up
sixty. lIe has been preaching and a standard in Ice Cream. POINSETTIA this idea of preparedness in whichone eighteen by eighteen in. Oven and
teaching thirty-five years. Things is the recognized standard nation seeks to awe another by Brailed. Five burner cooking plate. Orlaudo Busilless Co11ee II [

have changed since he too was an and we maintain the qualityat its powerful armament? Call 207 America St. 5-27-lm

"eager-hearted, sensitive boy." such a high degree of perfectionthat Germany is paying now $400,000000 ,- EVERY BODY'S DOING IT
competition is hardly notice-
There are no gunmen, no police able. a year to maintain its war estab- Automobiling, we are open for dates THIRD FLOOR PHONE 597
grafters, no purveyors of vice. Thereare lihment and they are proposing to increase -
crowd for
Made of PURE cream picnic parties, or a an HAND BUILDING ORLANDO FLA.
no commercial frauds, no poisoners sterilized the products of it $240,000,000. It is now evening drive. Call 360 or ask for ,

of the people's food, no lying inspected and passed dai- costing the United States $460,000- C. W. Willsby, Careful driver. 5-13-tf
trade-marks. There are no tyrannous ries. 000 to maintain its war establishmentand +fMMIiMlitllMMIimillllMHIIItllimiMMHiMilimilttillltt

employers no striking employees with other countries in proportion. Ata FOR RENT
murder in their hearts and on their time when Germany, France, Eng Nice large rooms, furnished. Con-

lips, no industrial riots, no sin, no cleanliness and by the most land and the United States are at venient for business people, also light

crime. Peace is universal, plenty is modern machinery. peace with each other and all the house keeping. Delightful location

for all, justice and righteousnessreign world, why should they incur this with or without board. Terms very Sentinel Ads1 Pay vBrtisersT

triumphant. awful annual expense to be preparedfor reasonable. Address, "C" care Sen-

There are no empty churches or BETTER THAN THE war? tinel office. 5-22 tf

empty pews. Moving-picture housesare BESTIts An honest, united press could I
being converted into temples of for sale change conditions and take away this
religion. "Downtown" is spiny with in your town corruptly made war sentiment i if $1,600 cash needed-21-3 acres,, 150

spire. Where once stood the slums a they but would. trees orange, grapefruit and lemons lit tit Mill ItMtlMHIMMMtlUM

place of worship smiles its welcomeon FOR SALE BY The power of the press should be n bearing. $464 worth of fruit taken

every block.-N. Y. World. V.W.ESTES&CO.ORLANDO for honest peaceful men. from) Orlando it last at winter.Conway.5 miles 5 room Southeastf house, T 1 Family Is and Go Cam s

Wisconsin's law prohibiting gossip FLA.No. I WHEN THE ARMY IS OUT OF 3 churches, school and store right at a e e *
door. No commission-deal direct
is probably "educational PLACE
purely ; as 1 with owner. Will trade for city prop- Spend the summer on one of the numerous lakes on
many our laws
I erty. Address, R. J. PIATT,
and circles becom-
ing Army severely critical novy of Secretary are Bryan's R. F. D., No. 1, Orlando, Fla. ; ; the Beach. Now is your time to buy,

t talks. Their view 6-22 tl
peace as reflected -
in the Army and Navy Journalis Money to loan on improved prop-

GREATEST VALUES IN ORLANDO that in the midst of international erty. S. Y. WAY. CAMP STOOLS . . . . . . 25
complications, as with Japan, to talk ----- ------- ------- --

peace is to betray a fear of war and CAMP HAMMOCKS . . . . . $1.50
to evidence weakness

A Regular DownpourOF I appear against attack well calculated a to en- HALfTONEHIHEPUTfJ YOUH_ J"J', I CAMP TENTS . . . . $3.50 and up
courage an aggressive attitude in the
vr1'lJTOVALLILO I Tf"GRAVUlGC21 Camp cots and everything to go camping.
other party to a dispute. .
Whether bluster and braggadocioand NOT CUSS WKKtUflTKlCUWWJPT -
truculence and alarms and mobil- -------------.1 JUIYICC-

BARGAINSgt izations are better suited to settle disputes -- -
I in peace than appeals to the Paul A. Horn
I spirit of peace is a question we need
I not now go into. Whether the soft',

answer turneth away wrath better CONTRACTOR and BUILDER
By securing your personal than the hard answer may for the)I COMPANY

moment be referred to the theolo REPAIRING A SPECIALTY.
needs now, you can make more
gians. titii iiinitiiMiiiHitiiii Him
P. 0. Box 624 Orlando, Fla-
clear money than by any day'snork It is not in any case a matter for

1 the military arm of the Governmentto
you have ever done Everything " ,1111111111Autos
decide. The President is its Com-
.'it in our store is being sold mander-in-Chief and the Secretary of FRIDAY and SATURDAY

State is responsible to him alone and
at a sacrifice. For Rent at
not to the forces under his command,
: :
Be sure and visit our store. It and army criticism of the Secretaryis
no more proper than army criticismof Any Hour r.SPECI.ALhUSSES
will eventually Remember I
pay you. the Commander-in-Chief, for which p

lookers ate welcomed as politely more than once before high officers
have come into merited official rebuke. Seven Passenger

l as buyers. War is not the private affair of the i STEVENS DURYEA 730 Liffloe Sill! III

army, which it is therefore privilegedto

bring on or avert at pleasure. It

I is the affair of the whole people, who Ride in a Good Car.L'Phone .

Brown & Lartigue have to pay the costs and supply the
victims. The army is this people'sagent

whose duty is to obey orders HAULM & DUNN

and not to reason about them or any 34IMiMIIIMMMIIillHIl
r Men's and Boys' Outfitters proceedings giving rise to them.

c !Agents for Barclay Corsets :

I Subscribe for the Sentinel.



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The Riddle of-the Gardens of Aux', ''I, ORLAd\ o J\NK\ ISi I COMPANY\ :"I l LUCERNE[ N [ I THEATER[ \ [ I II

Rochers In France. : I

i Capital and Surplus and Undivided Profits $120,000.00. I MOTION PICTURES

MYSTICAL TRICKS OF SOUND. I II Total Resources over Three-quarters ol a Million.
A Statement of the Orlando Bank ani "
Spot Where an Almost Inaudible
I __ _
Whisper Becomes Curiously Transformed j, c: '' t Trait Co at Close of Bosben Friday's Program
Into Thousands of Hissing i ''1 y "' !
Responses-other Famous Echoes. April 16th IJ-The Seteata I

Some echoes in their mystic character : Auirerurj of THE TATTOOED ARM" . .. . . . \merican ,

| would seem to approach the do- Its Esiateue'a I A Western story of many thrills, portraying how the marksa
main of psychic phenomena, which are telltale tattooed
arm convicts
( a desperate law-defjing crim-
I s ,
eliciting much and such "
so puzzled at- inal ..
tention. One of these ghostly tricks I 1 ._W:
)f sound is to be found in the gardens any 11 RESOURCES: I

I of was Aux once Mothers the resident in France of Mme., which de I t i Loans and Discounts.....fWS,197JJOrerdrafti "TilE WHIM OF DESTINY" .. ... ...... ... ... .. .. .Majestic \ \

jSevigne. The chateau (is situated near 1; 9BJJ I A splendid story, very interesting and true to life
tie old town of Vitre. A broad gravel I Real Estate, Furniture
I walk on a dead le\el conducts through ,i andHztores I

[the gardens to the house. In the cen I ji I I Stocks and Bonds 26 1545144,OlU3 I "ROSE'S REVENGE" .. .. .. .. ... .. ...... .. .. Thanhouser
ter of I It
on a particular spot the
I Cask on hand and In Banks .\ comedy picture that is "riot.
listener t 86,267.61Total Continuous roar of laughter
[ is placed at the distance often I ,
d;; M + 4
throughout the
or twelve yards from another per picture.
'on who addresses him in a low and t I { ................$789,260.08 S
almost inaudible whIsper, when immediately 1 ;t' LIABILITIES TII\TER- -
as from tens of thousands of "LUCERNE" THE OF REFINED AMUSEMENT

tongues starting from the Ii Iinfislbll' ., I Capital Stock ..........10000000. I: A SHOW WORTH WHILE
-rth beneath, if
or as every pebble I
I Surplus and Undivided
vas gifted with of speech, the ,
surds are repeated powers with a slight hissIng i esa't @;:k Profits ................ !(,lW
sound not unlike the whirling of Deposits............... 665.115.Ii MATINEE 3:30 TO 5 P. M.
mall shot through the air. On remov-
Ing from this spot, however trifling I\ Total ................$789 60.08. NIGHT 7:15 TO 10 P. M.
the distance,the intensity of the repeti- I I I (
|ion is sensibly diminished and within a
few feet ceases to be heard. Under I I : 1000 $2 Books for 50 cents EachGET
[he impression that the ground beneath Deposits April U11.'S92,87UI I
as hollow the soil was recently dug -- Deposits April 16, 1911... 665,115M ONE WHILE THEY LAST
b to a considerable depth, but with I United State Gorermment, State and Coutj Depository
Increase in 12 days ......I.724JI.&J
till 11111 11111
|ut discovering any clew to the mys 11111 Miittm MM*

Although the weird echoes of statu- MMMMMMMM
Iry hall in the capitol at Washington I ;
lave been somewhat subdued since the '
... .
ructural modifications of the roof,, j IIIIIIMIillMft
hey still haunt the chamber which Lt THE MARKET H
}'as once the house of representatives
he capitol guides used to take Brea W.M.SLEMONSed
ide in the mysterious echoes of stat-
lary hall and they deplore their parI I Of Cleanliness Of QualityFRESH A
lal elimination. It. will be recall I
many that there (is a flagstone in
lie floor of the hall marked by a small I AND SALT MEATS
aek hole about as large as an um- Because summer is here we do not relax our efforts to serve our customers. We

ella end, on which, if a person stood I carry a large stock of desirable goods. FISH AND GAME
ad uttered a word, he heard a repeti-
3Q of his voice proceeding apparently I WHITE GOODS in great variety. COLORED LAWNS, VOILE, F AXONS, GINGHAMS Kept under the best sanitary conditions.
m the basement of the building just
HowInny. him. An appreciable interval I RATINE, SILKS; SATINS and material for SUMMER DRESSES.
apsed between the utterance of the I Everything screened away from the flies, and kept fresh
[and and its echo a circumstance We sell WARNER'S RUST PROOF CORSETS in best shapes at $1.00, $1.50, $2.00 and pure.

|at rendered the effect almost unTo I and $3.00. ,

g rejoinder. laugh, and was many to prove"persons a mock, say :I Ladies' and Children's COTTON, LISLE and SILK HOSE, BLACK TAN AND We invite inspection and guarantee satisfaction. We have

|e guides were persuaded that a trick I WHITE. everything in the Meat Line.
is being played on them. The same I RIBBONS, LACES, EMBROIDERY in great variety.
ect was noticeable on that part of :
le floor adjacent to the flagstone men-I We carry a large stock of MEN'S CLOTHING made by SCHLOSS BROS. 1 The PARLOR MARKETH.
[ned bub the farther away from the
her the less distinct became the I Our LORD BALTIMORE BOYS' SUITS are the best.
ho until, at a certain dIstance It wast

|ul me echoes of the in most the curious world are and to beau-be HATS, SWEET ORR & CO. PANTS, make it the best place for men to trade. .

lly lard in the Luray caverns, which are It is our constant effort to sell a good article at a low price. 18-20 PINE STREET
a few hours' journey from Wash
Won. Numerous of the huge stalag
Ites here when only gently struck Phone No. 80
e forth tones that In some Instances i iW
Lomble the chiming of great, sweet
led bells or a long melodic note Uke W. M. SLEMONS MMMMMM
|,t of a church organ. A famous vi lo-
st Is said when visiting Washington, ...
MIIHMtMttltitlHtl > > WW>{1 1W4Wili4U YWii G. .I.r ..
HHItlMttfltMltllMttill > ---.v. W000 G _
|have journeyed to Luray in order to' ltC4444IMtlMMMMMftt
the effect of the playing of his In-i 'I''I't LIGHT THE I
meat amid the singular acoustic '+tMtMtMMMIItilttMMMIMMIIMMtiMMIMMMMtmtlMMtHllllltttftlltt
(roundlngs. The tones of the violin

ly described enhanced as both having in sweetness been wonder-and I IF PATH TO PROSPERITY I

i olume.Lmong .the wonderful rock forma-1j I YOU WANT THE LATEST I .) ;

is of the far west, notably In the j jImd IN Merchants who use Electric Signs never lose
Canyon of the Colorado,are said \ .J1'
|lurk many marvelous echoes. The their way by choosing the wrong road to suc

ie h true of the great Xiagarage. THE LINE OF UP TO DATE DRY GOODS, CLOTHING, cess. You simply cannot fail to attract new f t
and though few are aware of
fact it is said that any one JourIng HATS AND SHOES, ALSO LADIES READY TO WEAR customers if you use an Electric Sign. It acts
to the falls and taking in the-
be; -a superb piece of natural scenin DRESSES OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS COME TO B. SALO like an irresistible magnet, drawing all the I

itself-will; be well rewardedstopping MON. SATISFACTION GUARANTEED OR MONEY trade within its reach: That is the reason '
( at Inspiration Point, walk-
forward to the edge of the cliff REFUNDED. they command the attention ol buyers.For .
here waiting until the first train r
I nearing the level crossing, blows
kvhistle. The sound is caught up by Every Store Owner I INo I
ktitudinous echoes until one would B. Salomon Orlando

universe-y that It was resounding through matter how small his business, the Elec-

e of the most famous echoes is to tric Sign is the cheapest and most effective
earl in Woodstock park, Oxford MillllMIMMHIMHIHIttlittMMtmtllllMIMMMMIIIillMtllMMIMIMm advertising.
e, England. which Is said to re t
seventeen syllables by day and ../ Phone for our Sign Designer to call and sub
nty by night Although this state-
lit is to be found in various stand- WELCOME TO I mit a sketch.
textbooks and treatises on the WE OFFER YOU No Trouble to Us...No Expense to You. \
ect, it has lately been contradict-
|)y an investigator, who remarks A
ever that the diminution of this ,I THE MOST OF THE BEST
sic echo (Is probably due to the real BARBER SHOP
of various buildings in its neigh- W T[
ood.most striking interior echo Is a Modern and Complete. f I For the Least I & U T m. :

lure of the Mormon
tabernacle In Everything new, individual I
Lake City When this hall H I electric attachments at I COOK WITH GAS
Ity and quiet the ring of a pin fall- every Tender LMee < J
chair. NQ atone has been left iuiyMeatsYou ,'
I' \
I eeeeeeee
V)>n the floor can be heard from all enneeeueeeeeeeeeeeeeweeeee $
Its, and even the faint, raspingd ; unturned to make this shop -.
produced by rubbing the hands meet th erequirements of the
,her is perfectly audible from one I most particular. Plenty of i can always depend on getting the best at our
|.)f the bulldins to the other I room. Courteous attendants. market, and you will find there is a wonderful differ- Subscribe For The Sentinel. 1
: the cathedral of Girgenti, in Sic-
i he slightest whisper: is borne with EUJAH WHITEHEAD, ence in meats.
|-ct distinctness from the region of Proprietor. MIHilimiltH tMHIttlltltiHMMtttMHilttM t 1
reat door to a location in the up- Orange Ave., Orlando, Fla. ; i
hart of the church about 2SO feet REDUCED LIVERY
I Ii PIGUE1 ii
[hough; :l(1)l15tks"oult1 seem to :

|.mt satisfactorily for many echoes. i GOOD TIRES-Factory imperfecI i Horse and Buggy, per day $2.50 :
yet remains much that is BOONE STREET
tions at about one-third less than us- "
[ and baffling concerning; them. 1-2 day 1.50 t
Collins In Chicago Record-IIer- ual list prices. Full line in stock. I.
W. PHILLIPS & SONS, 6 E. Church: !H I PHONE 105 Carriage and Pair, per day 4.50 :

street. It",1; 1-2 day 2.50
no glid as you can. The merry i .,
H e- longer than the sad-Flor- If you have a house for rent, advertise -- -- --" --
iCJei': Union. in the Sentinel's classified column J. B.
j and get a tenant I Read the Daily Sentinel a Magruder & Son



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." " ,1111",1111111111111111111111111111 FLORIDA AUDUBON SOCIETY I 888888888883 HHMHIHtmtm

Yesterday morning in the office of
Louis C. Massey, President
Carnegie Hall, Rollins College, Pres-

T. Pitton Wirlow. VkeJ m. 8. Waste Howt Gamer ident Blackman presided at an inter-

Howard C B bcock. Att't Cuhltr Samuel A.Newell,Aw't CukWr esting meeting of the Executive Com
mittee of the Florida Audubon So-

ciety. _

THESTATE After the usual preliminaires, a reo'' What is theCHRISTMAS '
port from the "Junior Class" was

read. Although this department was

only inaugurated this year, Florida

BANK already leads the States in member-

ship, having one hundred and thirtytwo SAVING

classes, of two thousand mem

bers. Virginia follows a close second,

with a total of one hundred and thirtyone -
of Orlando classes. The children who have CLUB ?

joined this branch of the Society are

enthusiastic workers and will doubt-

less accomplish much for the preser-

THE OLDEST BANK IN THE CITYAND vation of birds. In Orlando thereare Merely a number of people who arrange to systematicallysave

six classes, with one hundred and
ten members enrolled. I' certain odd pennies each week uilh the positive assurance

The Audubon Society is rejoicingover that they will receive a check two weeks before '

The Bank which transacts more business than the passage of the recent bill Christmas for
for the protection of the Robin, also every penny they have sa'ed.You .

any Bank between Jacksonville and Tampa for the bill which has been passed

both Houses, providing for Hunters'

License and a State Game and Fish
The large patronage of this Bank has been built up Warden. At Washington, the bill to

during twenty years by conducting its business on sound protect migrating birds has passed can save any amount from 2 cents week up.
and the outlook for the "little feath-
banking principles with careful attention to the legitir
ered folk" is more hopeful.
mate wants of customers. The confidence of the publicis President Blackman has recently The 2 cents the first 22

reuected in the large amount of deposits. visited the Alligator Bay Preservation week "club" nets $11 &
which is in charge of Warden you
First Quarter of 1913 $900,000
Average deposits Samuel E. Williams, assisted by

Charles Allen. .The latter bravely defended -

the Mud Lake Rookery when,
a few weeks ago, it was raided by

hunters, who, having been fired upon IT IS WORTH WHILE !

by Mr. Allen, dropped some of the

slaughtered> birds, and after much
correspondent banks are located in every part of
firing, made their escape. Call at the Christmas Savings Club Window and let us explain it more fully
the world and include some of the largest Banks in theUnited After their departure, Mr. Allen ,

discovered seven dead birds and manyof or better still join some deb now.
I their young dying. Dr. Blackman

illustrated his description by exhibiting -
.... .. . ... . . .. r..................... .. a number of remarkable photographs -
-- ------ - -
--- -- of those two reservations,

HIGH TONED PRISONERS A TRIP THROUGH- THE WILDSMr. showing the dead and mangled birds The Peoples National Bank

i and their desolate young as left by
Julian Hawthorne, has ideas of his and Mrs. A. R. Bogue returned the raiders. .

own concerning prison life, or perhaps i to Orlando yesterday. They came There are ten reservations in all, "It Is a pleasure to serve you."
more properly stated, Mr. Hawthorne by auto and had an interesting trip.
the largest at Key West, the otherson
gives expression to the viewsof They started from Delray on the
the Florida coasts. At these are .
a certain class of offenders in this East Coast and came to Fort Pierce
three varieties of Heron, the Egret, I " " " " " ,LlMIIMIIMmilM
and then took the
country. cross country road HMMIMIIMMHB8M
the Snowy Heron and the Great White
Hawthorne, the son of one of through the fiat woods via Ft. Drum,, Heron.. -

America's great literary men, is now Whittier and St. Cloud. Across the
All of these have beautiful plumes .HiMMIIIIItlMlllliHIIIIMttlMMIIIMIItlMMIIHIIIItlftltlltlill IMliiYOWELtfS
serving a prison term for Alapata (or Alligator) flats they
in the mating season and are much
using the mails to promote a get rich found much trouble owing to the fact
sought after. In the rookeries are
quick scheme, believes, as do many that automobiles will not float: The
six or seven hundred birds, which, if
others of his class, that distinctions water was such an inpediment that
protected this season, will likely return -
should be made in prison life as dis- they only made thirty miles in one
next Thus the importanceof
tinctions are made in the social world.In day between Ft. Drum and Whittier.A year.
a State Game Warden may be
other words Hawthorne belongedto part of the trip was across an uninhabited e
that class in society who believed country where no house was readily observed.The .
two prizes offered by the Florida
that people of a certain class have passed in a distance of forty miles
Audubon Society to be competedfor j
rights and liberties superior to others. and it was not always easy to tell !
by pupils of the High Schools
That class who believe some their whereabouts and once it was 1itrIiy an MonuayBFECIALS
were awarded the first, ten dollars; riy
people, because of their breed- necessary to double back and strike the second, Chapman's "Handbook of : ,

ing, or because of their social another trail. However, they enjoyed Birds of Eastern North America.. t _
position should have rights and privi- the trip.
The great lack of the Audubon Society -
leges not accorded the common herd.I Mr. Bogue was in charge of the I
in this State is money with
He carries this false notion with I tomato packing business for Chase
which to fight the battle for the birds.
him into the prison and brazenly & Company on the East Coast and
Their welfare is a subject which :
writes of reforms that should be I shipped two hundred, sixty-seven cars
should be the interest if not the dutyof
made in prison life so that "men averaging 480 crates to the car, so I
one to uphold, and there I
of refinement and good education"may that it will be seen that he shippedover every I
could be no more effective means of I &
have prison accommodationsand a million and a quarter cratesof I

entertainment superior t o the tomatoes. When it is rememberedthat accomplishing annual subscriber this than to by the becomingan Societyby : 500 yards 36 inch pure Linen, 600 yards the new rrepe Ratine,

common run of prisoners and that there are several dozen shippersin the payment of one dollar per : The 25c. and 30c. for the for
quality just rage
their prison days should partake of South Florida, it will be realizedto summer,

vacation features rather than penal. some degree what a mammoth en- year Mrs. Algernon Haden will at anytime 3 days, per yard 35c. value, 3 days, per yard,
Many men out side the prison walls, terprise the tomato industry is in
only by grace of an endulfent public South Florida. bership.gladly receive names for mem- I: 18c. 27c. :

hold this same lax view of justice- I i Many and great are the resources
'1 {If the State.'t'OUNT I,
both in'
Many men of high position, AT THE FAVORITEThe
the social and business world com II

mit offenses that no +vql@ j Ii taken of.I BECOMES BANK CLERK I at the Favorite last .

by* tli 1&W charged with low law estate enforce-is t| New York, June--12. Ouht Christian -I night was program worthy of mention. The I Three Big Specials in Pique Corduroys,
\nenU A'hile the man two-reel picture, "Before the White .
Guenther Von Btfhatorff, the 22-
snapped up on small offenses and Ian Came," was great. The pictures -
Julian is one year-old son of the German Ambassador White Pink Blue and Tan
made to serve his time. are getting better every day!
entered the offices of international
has an -
of those who embibe these false no- We compliment Mr. Miller] the

tions and having been caught betweenthe banking firm on Wall manager of the popular picture house, .-
and seeks to,I Strete as junior clerk, it was learned I WHITE NARROW AND WIDE WALE CORDUROY
of justice he is
mill stones on the quality of pictures giving -
have those notions made operative in i I today, to acquire a knowledge of finance to his patrons, and the operator 27 inches wide, 25c value, 3 days ___________lie yd. .

prison life.Justics and business. who is producing them. Last weeka ,.

would demand that these GAINS USE OF FEET picture pertaining to the Civil War : WHITE, NAVY, TAN, AND BLACK CORDUROY,
of higher education and "gentlebreeding" shown, "Sheridan's Ride," in I
men should be given a more severe was three reels. It was produced by the : 27 inch, 30 and 35c quality, 3 days ______________24c !

the for they New York, June 12.-That Thomas, :
service in prison 101" Bison people and the splendid

knew better and had a larger oppor- William Brown, Jr., is walking this acting shows careful, if not wonderful : WHITE, TAN, NAVY AND PINK, THE VERY LATEST
between week for the first time in his life, although -
tunity for discriminating training. FOR SUITS AND SKIRTS, 35c to 45c
he is over four years old, is IN WELTS
right and wrong. Next Thursday, the 19th, will be .
Those high up in life who have credited by his parents to a bolt of Souvenir Night. Many people have kind, three days. for _____________________ 28c yd. _

abused the privileges granted them by lightning which struck near their never seen a piece of mption picture

society should be made to feel more home at Jamaica, Long Island, last film. The management will give as -

severely their offenses than the poor Saturday. The little boy had alwayshad souvenirs that night, a card, daintily

ignorant unfortunate violator of law. a pair of very normal legs, but arranged, with a piece of film attached

no amount of coaxing would induce and a brief explanation of N. P. YOWELLThe

MRS. BKADSHAW HOSTESS him to use them. During Saturday'sstorm I I same. A splendid feature will be H
he sat by the door of his fath-I
shown that night. Come out and en-
A delightful bridge party was giv er's grocery store when lightning joy an hour of amusement. The priceof

en by Mrs.: J. N. Bradshaw on Wednesday struck nearby and a deafening crashof admission is small-five cents to

evening, her guests being Mrs. thunder came. Mrs. Brown was all. Don't miss it! Big White Store

L. H. Lawrence, Mr. and Mrs. W. M. hysterical with fright and then with

Brittain, Mr. and Mrs. Goodrich, Mrs joy when she saw her little boy run- FLORIDA 'A SMILIN _

Dolive Miss Hart, Mrs. Wood ning around the store for the first . .. . . . .1111111111111111111111111111111111I1111 .
S. G. ..11.---- - -
ruff, Miss Kilmer and Mr. Wrenn. time. : With Florida Favorite watermelonsthe 1 -

The high scores for the eveningwere size of a meat hogshead, selling FOR SALE AT THE FAVORITE TODAY NOTICE-WILL RECEIVE BIDS

won by Miss Hart and Mr. MR. MAGRUDER A BENEFACTORThe at twenty-five cents apiece tomatoesas I i r !

Wrenn. big and as red as a drunk dutch- new Rambler Automobile Program Extraordinary"The Bids will be received for the
Practically overhauling
The refreshments, salads,, fruit; Lucerne is playing to full man's face, at one dollar per bushel i equipped with Presto lights, top, I Little Peacemaker" . .Nestor''I and construction of rooms in

cake, sandwiches, coffee, and ice" houses these nights. Some asked Mr. and snap beans so plentiful and so curtains, windshield, speedometer,i An Apepaling Western Drama the Court House for jury quarters.
were served on the long table' Magruder how he could give such large that you can buy them by the Plans and
cream clock, bumper, spare wheel with extra "All on Account of a Widow". Powers specifications will be on file
of the dining room, which had for its 5 good shows for so little money. He ton cheaper than hay the Florida tire, tube and complete set tools and A Rare Comedy Sensation in the office of the Clerk of the Circuit -
vase of exquisite roses. replied that he always believed in Cracker can sit in the shade of the I
center a Court. Bids will be
'!accessories.Also "Mammit's Child" . . Frontier received up
home missions and he wanted to do green bay tree and complacently con-J i to the meeting of the Board
has auto trunk with two suit A with laugh to foot of Coun-
I Comedy a every
WEATHER REPORT his part by giving the home people template the inconveniences of the, j ty Commissioners the
for touring. Reason for sell- the child actors Mattie and on First Mon
I I cases i\ Featuring ,
Fair Friday warmer in north anc good clean shows for just as little Yankee cousins shivering in the day in July.
Saturday fair. and break 1 north. ing have no further use for car. Early.
central portion; as possible even.
money Address, P. 0. Box 87, City. I Open 2 to 5 and 7 to 10 p. m.-5 By order of County Commissioners.

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