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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: May 1, 1913
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1913.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 1, no. 269 (Dec. 20, 1913).
General Note: J.F. Schumann, editor.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 4 (Feb. 14, 1913).
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VOLUME ONE ORLANDO, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, MAY 1ST 1913. NUMBER 69.



OUT" ClAIMS BRIAffSPLEAIIAII TARiff BILL MAD[ S"ADOW, Of SILENCE[ .F TELLS I "OW TO HANDLE -



SHERiFF[ KIRKWOOD\ m[ EFFECT IN "OUS[ TODAYI I ON wUln\ HOUSE Of StRUM-. SAn CITRUS fRUITS i ir -



WHILE RETURNING FROM SAN. SENTIMENT OF PROGRESSIVE :FAVORS THE STEEL TRUST AND SECRETARY OF STATE, AFTER INSTITUTES VARIOUS STATES STATE HORTI ;LTU.\L SOCIETY

FORD LAST NIGHT SUCCUMBED REPUBLICAN 'MAJORITY OF WOULD OPERATE AN INJURY \ CONFERRING WITH LEGISLATURE WILL, FURNISH HIS "CURE," TO BE ENTERTAINED BY THE

TO ACUTE INDIGESTION THE LEGISLATURE IS SAID' TO SMALL CONCERNS, SO i IN SECRET SESSION, AND_ DOCTORS WILL BE COLLEGE STUDENTS-FRUIT
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WHILE RIDING IN AUTO TO BE UNCHANGED. IT IS NOW CLAIMED. WIRES FOR INSTRUCTIONSSpecial TAUGHT: HOW TO USE IT I SITUATION DISCUSSED.

Last night at about nine o'clock, Special to the Sentii eLSacramento Special to the SentinelWashington i; to the SentinelWashington Special to The Sentinel I DeLand, April 30.-Interest at to.
Sheriff James A. Kirkwood and his Cal., April 30.The April 30.-The charges I, April 30.-The shadowof New York, April 30.-Dr. Friedrich day's sessions of the State Horticultural
Deputy Ben Lawton were returning anti-alien fight seems practically over against the Underwood tariff bill silence has been thick upon the Franz Friedmann made public last Society centered upon the various -
from Sanford in the Sheriff's touringcar so far as Sacramento is concerned. made in the House today that the ,, White House today and not a word night an outline of the scheme under addresses upon topics relating tithe .
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and when a short distance this The Webb bill will undoubtedly be steel schedule has been so revised thatit 1of comment has escaped from the of- which he purposes to give sufferers handling of citrus fruits.
side of Altamonte Springs, he com passed with a ridiculously small opposition was in the interest of the United I fice of President Wilson. Telegrams from tuberculosis in the United States A. W. McKay, in charge of tit ..
plained of feeling badly. Mr. Lawton I The Democratic minority is States Steel corporation and would I from W. J. Bryan from California access to his turtle serum treatment. "Handling and Shipping of 0 Citrui
stopped ,the car and the Sheriff got committeed to anti-alien law by the operate an injury to all independentsteel : have been coming in all day, steno- This statement was read to reportersin Fruits.1 '

out, and walked a little and then came platform members that minority them- companies. !t graphic reports of all of Bryan's con- his room in ,the Ansonia, by I. H [ Other addresses this morning w ,R:.
back to the car and said, "take me to selves made progressive, seems unit Increasing to fifteen per cent or,; ference with the Governor and of the Lehman of the firm of Leventritt,' Methods of Packing and Shipping
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town as quickly as possible." Mr. backing the government on the bill nearly doubling the duty on ferroman- Legislature of California, have been Cook & Nathan of No. 111 Broadway: Citrus Fruits, L B. Skinner, Dunedin
Lawton obeyed and when near Mait- that now has become an administrat [ganse, used in steel manufacture. This laid ,by wire upon the desk of th, e "An agreement has been definitelyarrived H. B. Stevens, DeLand; D. T. Me-
land, Mr. Kirkwood said, "I am dying"I ive measure. I gives the steel trust through ownership President at been Dr. Friedrich Carty, Eldred; E. H. Mote, Leesburg
and he, expired. There is left a few old line republicans or control of large deposits of i President Wilson spert: the day ini Franz Fried n Moritz Eisnerof Methods of Handling Citrus Groves,
Mr. Lawton telephoned for Dr. but there are not enough of this metal, tie advantages over competitors pouring over the report and its dispatches I this city, p ?viding for the preps William Edwards, Zellwood; T. Ralph .
Christ, who went with all speed and these to be worth bothering about. 'till late this evening, con ration and use of the Friedmann vac Robinson, Terra Cela; W. J. Ellsworti
met the sheriff's car near the Florida Governor Johnson is being showered The duty of fifteen per cent ad va trary to his usual custom of seeing cine in the United States. The plan Blanton; E. V. Blackman, Miami.
Sanitarium, but as soon as he touchedhis with letters and documents on the I lorem on crucible steel, which is 33 newspapers. He sent out this simple which has been formulated provides The program this afternoon begins
hand, he pronounced him dead, Japanese question in some of which, per cent higher than proposed by the announcement, "I've nothing to say, for the establishment of institutes i in at 2 o'clock and is as follows:

which, he said resulted from acute indigestion the immigration question has takenup Democrats last year, which is produced -. and cannot be expected to comment the___various States in.. order that freshvaccine Work of the Lake combo--'.. Imnrove----'& -
and that he evidently ex- the question hat Bryan had con largely by the steel trust. A upon a situation so delicatt" u may at 0"all times be available I ment Association, Jack Peters, agricultural
pired the moment he dropped in the sidered closed. reduction from 45 per cent. to 30 per I to those afflicted nith_n tuhpr____.<.'iiiar_.... .riJ....._ advisor.
car. Some of these documents attack I cent. of duty on th-e ody of auto o-I I MAKE AMERICANS PAY RANSOM ease; that, under reasonable regulations Irrigation, C. H. Thompson, Winter

lie had eaten a hearty supper at the good faith of the Japanese government biles, caused a protest from Fordney, persons requiring treatment, Haven; A. M. Griffing, Little River
Sanford and at no time had he com- in carrying out the gentle- of Michigan, who claimed that harm Washington, April 30.-Mexican but who are unable to pay for same, Walter Drennen, Orlando.
plained of feeling badly. He had, man's agreement concerning immigration will be done to the automobile indus- Constitutionalists at San Dimas have shall be treated free of charge, and Vegetables, Charles MontgomeryBuena .
however, at various times, had at to this country. The Webb bill try at Detroit. Mr. Underwood said forced Americans there to pay ran- that all duly licensed physicians shall Vista; S. H. Gaitswill, McIntosh -
tacks from indigestion, which finally will be ready for debate in the Senate I that the reduction would put the industry som of eighteen thousand Mexican without cost to them, be entitled to ; A. B. Lowe, Zona; C. K. Me- '
put out the life flame without a mo- tomorrow and its passage can be on a competitive basis exceptas dollars and have confiscated their receive at the respective institutes, Quarrie, Gainesville.
and expired.Mr. i forced easily enough, if Senators t to expensive cars and that auto- arms. proper instructions in the method of Address on Deciduous Fruits, Major
Kirkwood was a bachelor about I Birdsall, Thompson and Boynton, who mobiles were no longer considered Official 1 reports received today from application of the Friedmann vac- W. L. Floyd, professor of horticulture,
56 years of age and made his home will lead the fight for it, care to push I I[luxuries. Mazatian say that great unrest prevails cine.Dr. J. University of Florida.
with his mother, Mrs. S. R. Kirkwood, it through.It I Ii I! ; among American residents there, Frie rich< Franz Friedmann will Peaches and Deciduous Fruits, C
and sister, Miss Mattie, who reside on is held that if the fight is started i; COLD WORRIES FAR IERS.I as the Huerta forces are said to be insufficient return to the United States after his M. Griffing, Jacksonville. L. Floy
Gore avenue and were a loving family against it by Wright, that the debate to protect property. visit to Canada for the purpose of instructing Gainesville; E. H. Hayward, DeLand
who entertain a love for this duti- need not be long, as there has been I I Eatonton, Ga., April 30.-The reappearance Foreign merchants in Piedras Ne- a number of physicians in Tonight the members of the society
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ful son and -brother akin to worship. more than enough talk on the question of another cold wave after gras are alarmed over a proclamationby .I the handling of the vaccine'for treatment will be entertained by Stetson Uni-
To the mother and sister, the blow I during the last few days to satisfy ,I the ground hog's period for the expiration Governor Carranza, chief of the in the various institutes. versity students in the auditorium of
fell with a severity and_ sadness too : everyone. I'; of winter according to the State troops, authorizing an interior "No one ii the United States at I the college. ,
heavy for human lank, cage to find I I established statute of limitations is debt of five million pesos, to be guar- present, with the exception of Dr.
1! anteed by the Constitutionalists. Friedrich Franz Friedmann Want Next Meeting. .
expression.The BASEBALL RESULTS IN THE BIG having a very discouraging effect and Mr.
mother of advanced years, and LEAGUES. ,upon Putnam's farmers, That the The proclamation says persons re Eisner, has any of the vaccine in hi Arcadia, April 30.-Several delegas -
retiring habits, had so long leaned on 1 county's fruit i crop is killed, is con fusing to receive or circulate any of possession; or knows the preparation I tions from the various Arcadia organizations .

tie strong- arm of a kind and affec Ndinn...,.1Lpeelal v.cucu. ," 1Mb wtu 10 up :ia taro_Y-c+ul the money will be imprisoned. of the same, and this will be given I have gone to DeLand tc
tionate son, and entertained, 'such a to The Sentinel I turning yellow from the continuedcold I to the Friedmann institutes to be invite the Florida Horticultural Society
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fulness of motherly love for her boy Brooklyn, 5; New York, 3. I snaps, garden plants and other FORM NEW ORGANIZATION. formed. The application of the vaccine to meet in this place next year.
that it Is not within the gift of human Boston, 2; Philadelphia, 1. I vegetation have suffered likewise. made in accordance with the instructions Those representing the Arcadia Board
power to furnish words of consola- Pittsburg, 1; St. Louis, 6. Roaring winter fires have been neces I I DeLand, April 30.The Florida given by Dr. Friedrich of Trade are Mayor A. C. Freeman
tion. God alone, can do this. Chicago, 4; 'Cincinnati, 3. I'. sary since Sunday morning, and farm Growers and Shippers' League com Franz Friedmann, will be applied by Rev. Edward F. Ley, Dr. R. L. dine
Sheriff James A. Kirkwood was a American work has practically stopped for the pleted its organization here yesterday I physicians, who will be instructed to H. G. Jones and C., C. Jones. S. J.
man among men. He died a man. lie Philadelphia, 0; Washington, 2. present. i afternoon. The committee appointed treat patients at the Friedmann insti Carlton will represent the City Coun-
was kindhearted and generous to a Detroit, 3; Chicago, 8. at Tampa at the time of the I tutes in the different States. cil. Mrs. A. Roe will extend an invitation -
fault; as an officer, he was always S*. Louis, 2; Cleveland, 0. MORE WATER MAINS FOR CONCORD -d: Citrus Exchange meeting there reported "This is all done on account of the from the Civic League wLilt
true to duty and sought to enforce the New York, 1; Boston, 8. PARK j and after a preliminary meet- nature of the articles and the natureof C. C. Pearce will represent the Fann

law without fear or favoritism. South Atlantic I i inD'.H. elected- -, the---- _rol1owinIP_U_.."' nAnor v....-....a-. the treatment, and for no other ers' Union and D. H. Scott the Arcadia
James Kirkwood's life was an open] Jacksonville, 1; Albany, 0. | The Orlando Water and Light Co.,' President, L B. Skinner, of o Dunedin; purpose. Dr. Friedmann from the Chamber of Commerce.
book. He was frank and open in all Savannah, 3; Macon, 1. : recognizing the growth of Concord i) secretary, D. F. Tillinghast. Mr. J. start has made it an absolute condi-
his methods. His friends were those Columbus, 2; Charleston, 1. I I Park addition are now laying about L. Hammer, of Tampa, presented the tion that the poor in every State shall BEAUTIFUL CORNING. STAR
who knew him. II I three-quarters of a mile of six inch'I draft of the proposed charter, which, be treated free of charge."
besides the mother and sister, who BARON HELD FOR MURDER. pipe on Palmetto street between Mark after discussion and amendment, was The Phophets Of Old, Thy Rising
with Mr. Kirkwood and an aged un- and Concord and from Palmetto to I referred to a committee of seven with Special to the Sentinel 0 Foretold.

cle, constituted the home circle, the Warsaw, Russian Poland, April 30. Orange avenue, with fire hydrants at power to act The committee appointed New Goes to Canada. The beautiful and brilliant Planet
deceased leaves two sisters, Mrs. J. -An extraordinary sensation was suitable corners. is composed of L. B. Skinner, of York, April 30.-Dr. Fried Venus, that has adorned the Westera
B. Walker and Mrs. John Gordon, of caused here today by the arrest of This will be 'of great convenience I| Dunedin; J.V. Chase, of Jacksonville; mann, the tuberculosis! expert left the sky throughout the winter, dropped
this city. Baron John Bisping, one of the to all who live along these streets and Dr. J. H. Ross, of Winter Haven; T. city tonight for Ottawo, Ontario. The outof, sight for a few weeks, as is its
Tht family are assured of the sin- i wealthiest landlords of Lithunia, opt will reduce the rate of insurance on I I B. Moore, of Miami; J. S. Taylor, of principal object'of his visit is to inspect custom, but last week, passed the
the cases
cere sympathy of the entire commun the charge of murdering Prince La- all buildings within 500 feet of the Largo; H. J. Drane, of Lakeland; andJ. treated with his turtle Great Sun that hid the face of this
I I serum in that
ity. dislae Drucki Lubecki, a relative by hydrants. L. Hammer, of Tampa. A second also visit city Lst March. He will pretty planet from our view for x.
marriage, whose body was found I meeting is to be held Wednesday Montreal for the same pur- time and now looks down upon us
RUMORS REVERSED. pierced with two bullet wounds on MARRIED IN ORLANDO.Mr. I II II morning and further action taken on pose.York He expects to return to New again in all its radiance and splendor
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the 22nd of April in the park adjoin- I I the proposed charter.rI1tEVOLUTIONISTS in a week or ten days. just before sunrise and is now the
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Sometimes negative statements are ing his residence at Teresin, near i iI and Mrs. C. W. Green, accompanied Sturm, who has been associated morning star and will remain throughout
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news. Just now so many rumors are Warsaw. by Mrs. Louis I FREE PRISON Dr. Friedmann, denied tonight the year.Everybody.
floating around in the air that it will 1 I I and Mr. M. Henchy, motored to Or I I ERS. that at Hotel Ansonia, the report should see the morning
be legitimate news to negative those EARTHQUAKE RECORDED. lando Saturday and there the latter they had separated.. "There was star. It is a perfect beauty, brighter
rumors and state thai there is nothing [couple was married at the Cathedral Lisbon, Portugal, April 30.-Revo- some slight friction," he said, "re than any diamond that ever shoneon

to them. Wahsington, Apri .-An earth school by Rev. R. P. Cobb. The party I lutionaries, by a daring plan, secured garding the commercial side of the the bosom of a queen and yet it
matter
The Sentinel is assure4 by Hon. W. quake was recorded on the seismograph 'I motored back to Tampa last night the release during the night of a num- but that has been smoothedout : is a world, as big as the earth, with
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R. O'Neal that there is n6' notion of at Georgetown University early The bride and groom have a host of I ber of prisoners arrested during Sun New am to be the head of the lovers and music, and ambition ana
moving the post office to the building' today, the main displacement being I I friends in the city and this section,I(day's political disturbances, and con- York Institute for the treat all that sort of thing.If .
now being vacated by the Helms east and west, the disturbance appearing who will be interested in the wed 1 fined on board the Portuguese cruiser ment of patients" with .Dr,. Fried they are.not there, they are all
Hardware Company.Mr. to be outside the five thousand ding. Mr. and Mrs. Henchy will make II Republica in the harbor. mann's serum. in the heart of the man or womaa
Self assures us that he does mile zone from Washington. The their home in New York.-Tampa Several boats filled with armed men, who rises early enough to see the
not intend to move the Parlor market record, of the disturbance began a t' Times. I' dresed as sailors, dambored on board SUNDAY POSTOFFICE CLOSING planet. And he wil have good company
from its present home on Pine street 6:51: a. m, and continued until after 8 I : the cruiser at 2 o'clock in the morning for Jupiter, Mars and Satun
although he will soon have additionalroom j t o'clock, ,the intensity being moderate. COMING TO THE LUCERNE. 1 and demanded that the prisoners be Washington, April 30.-The most will be out to see the queen of they
for his growing business. : |I handed over to them. At the same voluminous petition ever received b morning rise.WEDDING. ,
the I
A new grocery store on Orange i. NO TRACE OF LESSER. Saturdav._u.. Mav_ __.. 3rd.___, one____ of__ the____ head___ ; moment three shots were fired from .0. .Postoffice. Department was sub-
avenue is a rumor not well founded.! ,three-reel feature pictures ever shownj,the guns on the cruiser, so that it appeared -'l tea today, protesting against Sunday ANNOUNCEMENTAnnouncements
The proposed new hotel on the site Memphis f 'Tenn., April 30.-Rela-i f in, Orlando. ,| as though the affair was being I closing of postoffices to "the transient -
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population of
south of the Court House now occupied tivel3.of tfeo Lesser, the missing i "The Exposure of Land Swindlers, i carried out with the connivance of the United States. are out for the mar-
by the Cook Garage on Central ident of the L aer-Ely Cotton Kalem-with Detective Wm. J. Burns, i the officers and crew. The prisonerswere The petition weighed twentyoneand riage of Miss Josephine Evans 'Keller -
avenue, is a probability, but as yet, pany, oc. Memphis! 'and the pres-I the world's greatest detective in thej I then given up b ytheir guards three quarter pounds. Signaturesof to Mr. Louis Sidney Dolive, at the
not an assured fact. Tunica, of Tunica, Miss., both of greatest detective story ever produced -J and landed before the naval authori- tens of thousands of people in all home of the bethrothed bride at 622
The new i ice plant and cold storage which have ailed, declared! today no into a photo play. I t ties in the harbor understood what walks of life were affixed. I North Orange Avenue, on Tuesday
plant by the Detroit people is by no word has been received'as .Lessor's One day only. j was gonig on. They had disappeared morning, May twentyeighth.Miss .
means a certainty, although verY whereabouts. Lesser was expelled 1 before any action could be taken TAKES FUNDS TO LUNCH. : Keller is the talented daughter
probable. from' membership on the JJemphis The Woman's Christian Union will against them. The firing from the Stanhope, N. J., April 30.-After of Mr. and Mrs. George C. Keller
That Mother Grundy is dead is not Cotton Exchange yesterday. i hold a business meeting in the Lecture 'I I cruiser caused great alarm in the it was discovered that J. Frank Best, and the groom to be is a promineii
true. Her of the cashier of the Citizens' Bank at Net- real estate and insurance of
tongue still wags. : room Methodist church, capital, many people assuming that a agent
WEATHER REPORT. ;i: Friday afternoon at 3 o'clock. It is fresh revolution had broken out cong, was missing, the bank's president -. this city and the son of Mr. and Mn.
McCARTY GETS BEST OF BOUT. j I important ,that all members be present -I Dr. H. H. Neldon, said today: Silas G. Dolive.
florida-Fair Thursday and Fri- All White Ribbons and those ATTENTION, MOOSE.All "So far as we have been able to Both are highly esteemed young
New York, April 30.-LutW Mc- day. $ interested invited. :I I members of the Loyal Order of ascertain, Best did not falsify the people who will receive the congratulations
Carty tonight out-pointed Frank Mo- Moose, are requested to meet at the books "of the bank. Saturday morning, of a host of friends as thf?
ran of Pittsburg, in their fight,'whichwent She is the Wise Old Girl Mr. and Mrs. R. P. Quale ;after a rooms at 7:30 p4my Thursday. I it seems, he simply put $4,000 of the plight their lives to each other in.*
the limit. Dr. Mary Walker saye the way to visit to Orlando left yesterday for By order of' 'H GAUTHIER, bank's cash in his pocket and walked noble effort to perpetuate two of tic
vote is to vote. Dr. Mary is a gentleman their home in Princeton, W. Va: Dictator. out, saying he was going to lunch." best families in. Orlando, and keep -\,\ '
Insure your property with Curtis and a scholar.-Knickerbock. the fires aglow on ,the.hearth of th| }

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CARLOADS CITRUS FRUIT --
CHAS. LORD
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Td last Saturday, 21,433 solid car-!
?ads of Florida citrus fruits had been I Lord & Bradshaw Magnificent Showing of
lipped out of the State, and they
were still moving at the rate of 452arloads We wish to announce to our friends, and the public general ",

per week. that we have formed a partnership under the New
Fifty thousand barrels of potatoes i Spring Suits
lave so far been shipped from Hastings above firm name, for a general
alone of the new crop to last
Saturday, and there are 50,000 more Real Estate and Insurance .
barrels to go out within the next two and DressesWE
Tteks, moving now at the rate of
thirty carloads a day. business and are centrally located in a ground floor office at No.

,On the 10th of May the carload of 17 s. Orange Avenue, (formerly occupied by Hamilton & Dunn
watermelons from the 13,000 acres I
lOW growing in the Gainesville andScala Millinery), where we will be pleased to meet all our.. old friends ARE SHOWING A BEAUTIFUL ASSORTMENT OF

district will be started North, and to make new ones. SILKS AND SATINS, ALL COLORS, DRESS GOODS
tod by the 25th of the month they :
IN
ALL THE LATEST PATTERNS FOR OLD AND
<*fll be moving in trainloads. Our list of city and is
Carloads of strawberries grew intotrainloads acreage property surpassed by none, YOUNG. WHITE CANVAS SHOES. THE DISPLAY

during the season just and'we havesome exceptional latgair. COMEIND SEE Us CONTAINS ACCURATE ILLUSTRATIONS OF THE
dosed, and the growers of these lus- SEASONS BEST AND LATEST CREATIONS, AND
ious berries are happy over the net Lord &] Bradshaw IS WORTHY THE ATTENTION OF EVERY ORLANDO -
stums. I WOMAN. CALL IN AND ACQUAINT YOURSELF
And in addition to all these, the
17 S. ORANGE AVE. ORLANDO, FLA. WITH THE HIGH CHARACTER OF OUR GARMENTS
fields for the harv-
pineapple are ripe
AND THE .
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Tomatoes have added hundreds of .. _
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iousands of dollars to individual I I
lank accounts, and the transportation #*## W (
companies and the brokers and commission 1 GiTrnE '
men are financially far better New York
elf than before the movements of this
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*getable-fruit began. -TO-PROSPERITY
The outlook for coming crops, asfated
by growers, shippers and brok- i a StoreIf
a-s who have been over the State, is Bargain
Jacksonville Metropolis. Merchants who use Electric Signs never lose I
I I their way by choosing the wrong road to succr.ss. -
You Would be Posted be Visitor to this Store
"He home town's the best town, You simply cannot fail to attract new a Dally
whatever town it is, if Electric It .
customers you use an Sign acts
.He fair town, the square town, for
any kind of biz- I | like an irresistible magnet, drawing all the I
"Jo. live in, to jive in, to work in, to I 11 trade within its reach: That is the reason sundries Shuuubarfer'i for bicycles and iMiiiiiiMMiiiitiittitiiiiMitiiimitniimiiim

play, command the attention ol buyers
To dwell in, to sell in, to buy day by they
DR. L M [ll tometrist
day. I I For Every Store OwnerNo I a I
The dead are soon forgotten-and J. B. McKAY,
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IB are a lot of us who are alive. matter how small his business, the Elec CONTRACTOR AND I Successor to Dr. 0. P. LUdna

there Sign is the cheapest and most effective If Iftric "nmrintend BUILDER.Afl Work. I:.
Whoever said that was a remedy ., ,,-, ,
for every ill never was a dancer advertising.Phone Prices That Are an j ,, :=$// --

.cd lost a leg. for our Sign Designer to call and submit f Work Inducement.AD Guaranteed.. "

I.Boj Tripp, a traveling salesman a sketch.
jeith headquarters in Atlanta, was l\\ No Trouble to Us...No Expense to You. I Has installed an up to date grinding plant and Ice pre
:irowned at Mayport a few daIs ago.
'lllltlllllllllllllllllt pared to duplicate any lens WHILE YOU WAIT.
0v Afeag with an the stock and instruments he feu secured -
GrQund will be broken at'an early ; ; ELIJAH HAND : : : : the prescription books dating back several years tad
iate in Jacksonivlle preparatory to the
Erection of a' handsome and commodious LIGHT CO.n Funeral'Director : : will fill any of Dr. Likins prescriptions without delay
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TAFT ITEMS mand making it necessary to more .
than double the number of employes;I r
Taft, Fl*, April SO.-Miss Ola in the last month.

Murphy rho has been visiting friendsin NewIN JUST RECEIVEDA
Apopka, came home Saturday accompanied ARMY OFFICERS' MOVEMENTS. Everything
by Miss Dora Crawley of

that place. I Nogales, Ariz., April 29.-Major CAR LOAD OF LIMESPECIAL ,
Miss Ethel Hickson, of Clarcona,II General Leonard Wood, chief of staff :
Fla., left Monday morning after I
of the United States army joined by
LACES EMBROIDERIES
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few days with ?ilr') Ara
spending a Brigadier General Hugh S. Scott for PRICES;
MONAS, UND ERWEAR HEADQUARTERS
Payne.Mr. I
merly of Fort Sam Houston, Texas I
C. H. Nelson was a bsines visitor left here early today for Tucson,I FOR HOUSEH OLD GOODS AND SCHOOL I IN LARGE QUANTITIES i

in Orlando last Friday. Ariz., to compkte their tour of Arizona SUPPLIES.McCULLOCH'S. Prompt Delivery. !
Mrs. E. A. Warner came back to points. General Wood will return \
Taft Tuesday after spending a fe.v I
directly to Washington by way of El
days with friends in Haines City. Paso, whele General Scott will take. Florida Metal Co.
Mrs. Joe Collins who h visiting her up his new duties at Fort Bliss, Texas .
brother in Grandfield, Oka.: has been as commander of the Second Cavalry -

very this ill time.but is reported much betterat Brigade. DEPARTMENT STOREOPPOSITE I McNEIL-DAVIS BUILDING !

Mrs. J. A. Ahik and son Lesley left Phone 41. l
MRS. BELMONT IN ENGLAND. POST OFFICE I !.
:Monday for DeLeon S'pr'ns their
future home. Miss Cora Lee Sphaler -
London April 29.-Mrs. 0. H. P. .J
accompanied them for a short vhit. Belmont on her way to the interna- CALL and BE CONVINCED I _... _-1
Mrs. Ann E. Martin, MM. Mary F.
tional convention of Woman, Suffragists -
Moon and son Harry left Monday for
in Budapest spent the night in "LOWEST PRICES ALWAYS"
their Northern home in Winchester, The Best the CheapestSO
London, determined not to spend a ;
Ind.
"cent" in England, as a boycott in
Mr. and Mrs. D. B Sphaler! Mrs.
protect against the government's attitude : GET THE BEST OF
Wise Mr. and Mrs. Chas Hartley! and -
toward woman suffrage.If I
son Edward and Mr. and Mrs. Ed. ,.u r-' ,. ,
Skater of Pine Castfe motored to
Daylona Sunday and spent the day on you need anything in furnitureor Paints and Wall PaperTHE

the beach. house-furnishings, Kincaid & Have Vacate this Month I

Mr. Barklow marketed some nice Snowden can supply you.
1912 WALL PAPER IN SAMPLESIS
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strawberries in Orlando Tuerday. i
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Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Wright will .
leave next week for Winchester, Ind. I Am Offering Men and Pants TO SHOW THEM. ALL YOU HAVE TO

where Mr. Wright has accepted a position Oscar Hand Boyst ,., DO IS TO TELEPHONE AND I WILL

the with summer.the county civil engineerfor Hats, Caps, Etc., at Half Price BRING THE SAMPLE TO YOUR HOME.

& Son
Mr.A. B. Grout,agent for the Florida

Grower spent last Sunday! ; in this Successor to E. Hand Any three ties in the house for $.00 GEO. A. BARKER PHONE 268 '

town. f
Mr. A. R. Wren the Orlando rep- FULL LINE OF COMPLETE i .
resentat ve of the McCoy Land So., HOUSE FUR Lord & Taylor's Silk Half Hose -- ------- -- --- --- --- --- -
was a business visitor in Taft Tues-! NISHINGS -
day .-- .- -. -- 3 pairs for $1,00 1,

A. E. Boyce, of Wachula, Fla., after COME I AND SEE US J Reduced Prices all I
spending a few days here and being : -- -- -- on
so well pleased with the prospects of .. .

Taft besides has a purchased tract of several land and town intends lots, .NOTICE CLARK PATTERN HATS
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Of Application for Tax Deed Under Section ROBERTSON T Tm i ii'
bringing his family here soon. 8 of Chapter 4888. Lam of Florida f I ,
of Pine Castle
Lionel Homer was a Notice is hereby given that Frank II. Da\L I
business visitor in Taft Tuesday.Mrs. of Apopka. Fla.. purchaser of Tax CertificateNo.
405Vi! dated the 5th day of April A. D., ,
Asa Payne will have chargeof 1892. has filed said Certficate in my ofiice ;;;__
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A. 1... wngnrs drug store during I I issue in accordance; with-law. -Said-Certificate HANDBAGS AND NECEAR[ [ HI COST ;
his absence. i embraces the following described property. Before you go north for_ the sum -
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The Taft Novelty Works, one of the Lot 29, Block B. Davis. & Mitchell's Add. mer don't fail to let us send you the : !
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hustling enterprizes place The said land being asaesed at the date of Weekly you I II
recently added several new machinesto the issuance. of such certificate in the name ofUnknowi. thoroughly posted on the happenings Manufacturer of Artificial I

their well equipped mill. A visitto Unless said Certificate shall be redeemed in this section. Call at the office and Stone, Fancy Column and MISSES HAMILTON & DUNN
this place will convince any one of according the Slat to the hustling abilities of Mr. Tracy, the Witness iny official signature and seal this costs a dollar a year. :
the 30th day of April A. D. 1913. Livingston and RailroadLIJLl
proprietor. The portable house man B. M. ROBINSON.
ufactured this firm is in de-, Clerk Circuit Court, Orange Co., Fla.
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South Florida SentinelMORNING Sentinel brings you greeting, Delivered by Rev. Preston Boyd to

AND WEEKLY dear reader, on this May morning His Congregation On the Insti-
when all the earth is animate with tutional ChurchAt

Intend it Seeond the Class poet ones MaU Matter.&t OrUndo.Iferida sweetly perfumed blossoms, and the last Orlando's greatest needvand
u bright blue sky mirrors picture of
one which some of our more aggressive
SUBSCRIPTION RATES : ethereal beauty, while the May Queen citizens have longed for is we When You Choose
waits with garlands and
girl upon you hope, soon to be realized. Nothingin
THE DAILY SENTINEL
festooned baskets.
the way of a gymnasium or a place!
&e: ...$5.00 in all has been
year May, ages, regarded of physical culture and intellectual
Sx Months 2.50 as the time for gladness.The .
development for young men and women -
Gift of
? ree Months 155Zy outbreak into new life and is a Jewelry
at present established in our
newt carrier U Orlando (0 eenti per beauty, which marks nature, instinctThe city. To establish a regular Y. M. C.

anth, Daily and Sunday. ively excites joy and A. or Y. W. C. A. and keep up the
first emotion is a desire to seize some
The Orlando>> Morning sentinel CM U founds necessary expense is certainly a great;
ailc in Orlando at Curito 4 O'Keal'i Book part of that profusion of flower t>r undertaking.The THEN YOU MAKE A LASTING GIFT THAT MUST

-Sue.: blossom, which spread around and to institutional church is a church l BEAR EVERY TEST OF TIME AND JUDGMENT AND'
We will Appreciate prompt complaint if set it up in decorative fashion and to which embodies all the innocent and I
made by our carrlen.Adentain TASTE. WHEN YOU SELECT FROM THE STOCK OF
Attvery is not properly let the pleasure which it excites, find of the
helpful games Men's
young
rate will be furnished on aplocation. expression in song and dance. Christian Assciation. It usuaaly has: EVANS YOU ARE SECURE. FOR HERE EVERY PIECE,

The pagans rendered this vegetation two separate buildings; one for the! EVEN THE MEREST TRIFLE-IS CHOSEN BY EXPERTS .

THE WEEKLY SENTINEL trophy as a sort of homageto Church and the other for physicals I WHOSE KNOWLEDGE AND TASTE HAVE WON
Se year by maO. putazt paid .......11.00 strange gods. Among the Romanthe exercise. Card playing will notpermitted be RECOGNITION.THE .
Iiyraa THE SENTINEL Orlando Florida. : feelings of joy found vent i in

ice 107 Court Street. Arcade BoildJnt Floral Games. The Celtic people hada At BEAUTY, THE STYLE, THE WORKMANSHIP,
Phone 24 present Orlando is not in a financial
Flower Feast at this season. In ARE ALWAS THE BEST.
position to encourage a propo-
i.. F., SCHUMANN, Editor. English life, if we may believe Chaucer sition of erecting a Y. M. C. A. or EVANS' FAIR AND MODERATE PRICES ARE AS FAMOUS -

40SIAH FERRIS Proprietor. the "flower fetch" was observed Y. W. C. A., however, there is on foota AS EVANS' BEAUTIFUL AND '
low the Festival EXCLUSIVE DESIGNS
by high and on May Day proposition which seems to be most

THURSDAY, MAY 1ST, 1913. and "going a Maying," and feasible, led by the enthusiastic pas- COMPARISON OF VALUES INVITED.

I bringing in the Hawthorne branchesto tor of the Emmanuel Baptist Church.

All the news all the time-The the piping of music and dancing To encourage the citizens of Orlando
feet gave the day the touch of new and make it
sentinel possible, it is under-
o life. stood that the members of the Emmanuel
During the reign jf Henry VII, the
A hermit is a man who reads the Baptist Church are planningto
May Day Festival and tilt Pole
May
erect suitable church
rjBctionary for diversion.A a building anda
duictwere the most elabo-a'e: fediva's i i
o gymnasium building, fully equipped,
Pennsylvania man got small pox of the year. having a large up-to-date physical T.I1.vanstheJeweler.m
Th Puritans final'y d'Jilt & Nevi re
Thom a bunch of banknotes. The filthy culture room; a banqueting hall and .
blow to the festival nay! by causingthe
tore! kitchen, a game room; a bath room
o May Pole to be uprooted and putting and a parlor with library attached.

We are breed.ng a race of young a stop to the jollities. Later, The coat of the entire plant will not. POST OFFICE
however, the custom revived i ina
was exceed '
.ittrs who are ashamed of red-top $10,000. Being under the
milder degree.In EXPERT REPAIRING AND ENGRAVING.
and control
boots and china-faced dolls. management of the trus
o France and Germany, May Dayi tees of the church-the pastor acting
i is observed, to this and in .-.---
even Jty; will
it be
One reason why we think it was as secretary, self-sup-
America, tons of flowers will be show-
..3 right for Socrates to be a phiHsoJ&T ered porting once it is fully established. .....;::; ::....-- ---,
on friends this day.
There is much
is because we think a sixteen- preaching to our
year-old girl ought not to try to be boys and girls, don't do this and don't
Ott. THE PROPOSED NEW CHARTER go there, refering to places of ques

-- tionable character and public dance
Always one hears w-of self made men, There are many enquiries as to the halls, but can we expect that our boysbe SILK STOCKINGS
status of the Charter, which has been
bat never of self made woman. But old men? Must they be deprivedcf
tilt till they get the ballot and agall voted upon and sent to RepresentativeS. every sort of pleasure and clean,
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A. Robinson.For .
in hard politicts, then we will wholesome fun? Some say we do not
the benefit of its readers the '1/
need to establish play houses in
:te and hear things.A order
Sentinel made an investigation and
to and
o save our boys young men.
fellow out west is reported as finds the facts to be as follows: Away with this old, worn out, purl

Hiving stolen the roof off his neigh- The charter was sent to our rep tanical idea. For

Sors house. He was evidently preying resentative, but nothing was heard If we do not establish play houses Day
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for the coming of that much from it until within the last few days, to save them, the world will establish

talked of rainy day.A when Judge Warlow received a letter play houses to damn them. There are and
o from Mr. Robinson saying that the three keys to every young heart; P afurn
bill would be passed approving the i
what these
woman in Chicago was so badly learning are we can lead
tut a few weeks since, while getting charter, conditioned upon its being them to the highest ideals of life andso EveningWear
submitted to the people at another direct their feet in the
of
off a car that she lost her power ofzeech. paths
Her lawyers will do enough election for their approval. This truth, righteousness and good citizen-
proviso will make the election a legal ship. Shall not Wk 1'Our
talking when the case comes to trial. we as parents and
o election and will remove all doubt citizens provide some place where our
and it can not be set aside
on even
A cat sent by parcel post will not one : boys, young men and young women
stay sent "She" will always return vote.This can go to spend their afternoons and
te the sender, no matter if the distance seems to be a pleasant solu- evenings to good advantage? Where

be a hundred miles, unless she tion of the problem and ought to satis- they can go to enjoy physical exercise,
ly every body. and from the cool shower
Beets a savage canine enemy on the refreshing
ay. | Mr. RObinson has the power if he bath proceed to the library where Personal Guarantee

o I so chooses to make the initiative and they can quietly improve their minds?

Rockefeller is out with a new one. referendum a part of that charter, Many a young fellow comes from Accompanies Every Pair
and if he does there will be heard
no the
Me! advises young men to always country to our city with nowhereto
Mve the table hungry. But what complaint from any source. spend his evenings, and all that
fieir mothers think-they always The truth is that when the peopleof Orlando can do at present is to turn

wnt to see the boys "eat hearty" and Orlando settle down to sober judg- them loose upon the street corners,
feel hurt if they don't. ment they can be as reasonable as expecting them to develop into good Marion. Ives

o any people on earth and can get together citizens and become useful officers in .
on any proposition that involves Church and state. We
An Indiana milliner took a course may as well
ad. treatment at a sanitarium before the good of the people. expect an American Beauty to bud

wing to buy her spring stock of mil The committee'who drew the char- and blossom at the north pole as to

Siery. Most of,the fair milliners need ter tried to serve the people and have expect our youth to attain unto the EXCLUSIVE MILLINERY PARLORS
only the welfare of the
communityat nobility of character and Christian
2 sanitarium cure after waiting on the
season's trade, and a few of them find stake and will welcome the resubmission usefulness by spending their evenings

atlief in a lunatic asylum.It under a legal election. with their inferiors on the street cor- Second Floor .
o The matter will be worked out to ners. Never say to the young, don't
the satisfaction of all. do this and don't do that unless
seldom pays to interfere in a you
gamily quarrel. Down in New Hampshire have something better to offer them. .
the other day a man had one LUCERNE THEATRE TODAY. Give them something of a moral and

side of him scratched to peaces by antorn intellectual impetus and they will not Knockin' every good thing down.

angry cat and the other side Special feature program. Three only appreciate it, but will greatly Don't you be that kind of cattle,

ribbons by an equally angry dogj&e reels. enjoy it. 'Cause they ain't no use on earth,
was humbly trying to separate.No "The Redemption," Kalem-a picture We avail ourselves of this great opportunity You just be a booster rooster,
o in two parts with a socialogicalinteresl I to call upon the noble, gen. Crow and boost for all you're worth.

bride nearly six feet high and The suspense is carried erous and influential citizens of Or

neighing two hundred pounds or mora e strong dramafrome"threereels : lando and the entire community who If your town needs boostin' boost 'er,
ever referred to in the society col through both reels and keeps one from are interested in the moral, physical Don't hold back and wait to see

sans as graceful or statuesque, and' noticing the pasage of time; altogether and intellectual development of the If some other fellow's willing,

jet she can probably bake better flapJacks a strong moral drama, in whichis young men and women, to rally Sail right in. This country's free.!

than any other girl in the ward, proven the theory that a criminalis around Rev. Boyd, and his co-labor: No one's got a mortgage on it. I ewjbr4:
agardless of waist line or "queenly only a criminal because he has not ers, and give them their financial sup-: It's just yours as much as his.

oIKA..!-=--" had the proper- opportunity. o- develnnan -----c portWe If your town is shy on boosters
U1K'o-- honest character. "Red" Ellis, a believe in the institutional You get in the boostin' biz. r

:House Bill 401 introduced by representative knight of the cruel world, on whom Church, but there may be a few who

Middleton, of Putnam, intended the experiment is tried, twice startsto do not, however, let us be real Or- THE CALIFORNIA SITUATION A Vacation Hint IIIPir

for the regulation of marriage betray Grey, his benefactor, but lando boosters for this institution, as
OBght to become a law. It is a law each tme, his conscience restrains one of our greatest and pressing The out come of the California sit- Before you buy a railroad ticket

fiat deals with the most sacred insti- him; the second time, however, his needs. uation will be heard with joy by the for this or that summer resort,
fetion in the world and the future of old gang outwits him and one of their American public. come in and look at our MidSummer -

a home depends on the restrictions number makes off with a necklace be- If things don't just seem to suit you r The situation had assumed a really Woolen line and let us makea

drown around marriage.The longing to Grey. The guilt falls on And the world seems kinder wrong serious aspect, and but for the splendid cool Summer Outing Suit for

o Ellis, but Grey, still believing in El.i[ What's the matter with a-boosting, diplomacy of President Wilson you.We
roller towel will be sadly missed lis, allows him to go on his promiseto Just to help the things along? and Secretary Bryan, combined with make a specialty of Nor-

-f t 3y hotel patrons, but newspaper ofies recover the necklace in a half hour. Cause if things should stop agoing the patriotic action of Governor John- folks and will be pleased to
: are not in the least affected. The The time had almost expired when We'd be in a sorry plight, son and Attorney General Webb, this show you a few of our latest

&i reliable towel will always be found Ellis rushes into Gray's parlor, grip- And just keep the horn a blowing- country might have been plunged intoa I i models.Men's .

ttanding up in the corner behind the ( ping the necklace in his hand. All Boost 'er up with all your might. war with Japan. Fashion

J iucket in which two or three genera- I told a very exciting and interestingstory The hot headed members of the leg Ii Shop

ions of printers have daily washed that you will surely enjoy. If you see some fellow tryingj islature could not see but one side of Hand Building
.Their hands-but never their faces. "A Lucky Mistake," Selig-an ex- For to make some project go the question and were willing to risk
"- cellent story depicting the conse- You can boost it up a trifle all rather than surrender individual I Cor. Church and Orange Orlando

quences of a misspelled telegram That's your cue to let him know
Senator Davis and Representative views. IIIIIIIII; 'hlllllll! ,u '
This is That q lI{ { .
Jloyd engaged in a slap pin contest a program that has no equal. you're not a-gong to knock it But the cool, level headed action of
a.the state capitol Tuesday. ; Matinee 3:30 to 5 p. m. Just because it aint your shout, this quartette of public men has relieved !
boas Night 7:15 to 10. 1 i But you're going to boost a little the country from embarass- -
:by no means a heavy weight
dll readily be guessed from the title Cause he's got the best thing outDo ment and has earned fo. the actors right and assist the democratic sacred respect upon the Unselfish and

)nfix. It would be just as well f rate It looks as if there would be a large the loyal good will of tie American national administration in its effortsto patriotic action of these your men-
you know there's lots o' the integrity and dignityof -
people of Florida if a number A>f number of citizens whose income un peopleSittin' people. preserve .
these light "waits" were spanked a t nd der the new tax law would, be found round in every town, Governor Johnson, though a repub- the United States. Money to loan on improved property i

sent home.. \ I I to be $3,999.99. Growling like a broody chicken, lican, had the manhood to\ stand up for The Amrica people will look with SJY.: WAY.

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Our Daily arrivals of Dry Goods, Ready to Wear Garments, Fancy Striped Serento Cloth, 25c yard. QUEEN QUALITY AND SOROSIS SHOES FOR WOMEN

lingerie, Boots and Shoes helps to keep our comprehensive as Striped Voiles in newest colorings and designs, at 15, 25, and Are rivals of sterling quality in Boots and Shoes for women. .

sortments "UP-TO-THE-MINUTE.? 40c a yard (samples free to out of town customers) We are in the unique position of having both these reliable lines

We enumerate a few that are just to hand, that the discriminating THE NEW LINGERIE WAISTS to offer you, and our stock, which is usually complete, has just _

purchaser cannot fail to make a note of, and having made Made on Parisian Models, beautiful lacey effects, and hand. been augmented by the arrival of a large line of White Canvas, -'

a note of them, an inspection is sure to follow. We endeavor to some crochet designs.. Also designs in combination embrodieries, White Buck, and White Kid Shoes and Pumps, in the latest New
keep with the trend of the season as close as we possibly can.
up exceptional values at $1.00, $1.25 and $1.50. York styles at $2.00 to $too the pair.

DRY GOODS
HOUSE DRESSES AND KIMONAS BOARD IAN'S SPECIAL SHOES
New Weaves and colorings in Silk Mixtures and Tub SIlks. *
This department is more complete than ever, embracing as it Our line of this justly popular shoes, is better than ever now,
at 35c to $1.50 per yard. ,
does the newest colorings and weaves, so fashionable at the pres. as we have just received several new lasts that we have never

The new Siam Pongee in smart colorings @ 18c yard. ent moment. Specially priced at $1.00, $1.25, $1.50 and $2.00. carried before. In fact we are making this our strongest line

The New Jaquard Silk Pongee Madras at 35c a yard.
CORSETS in Men's Shoes. They are "GUARANTEED" and there are no

Black and white Foulards (hair line stripes) 35c yard. A complete line of the well known "Warners Rust Proof strings tied to the guarantee.. They must give satisfaction or

Cream crepe de chine (hair line effects) 15c yard. ,goods in all sizes and styles. $1.00 to $3.00. WE WILL




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Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Beatty, of Co Mr. L L Green, of Charleston, S.\\ THE RICH HAVE THEIR MRS. CULL DIES SUDDENLY answer came back, to send the boy

lumbus, 0., who are among Orlando C., is in the city on business.Mr. t TROUBLESThe home in care of the Pullman Car Con
WADE winter residents, returned to their Aged Lady Dies at St. Charles Dur- ductor.

THE TUNER home yesterday.Mrs. C. R. Morrison, of Tampa, is I; recent developments in the ing Night UnattendedBodySent Consequently the body of Mrs. Cull

ORLANDO.FLA. in Orlando transacting business. I\i troubles between Gail Borden the Back to Home In Al-. left last night at midnight for Albany

j A. D. Pick and daughter, Miss milk millionaire and his sixteen year bany, N. Y. and the boy left on the same

'Alice, who have spent a pleasant winter Mr. and Mrs. T. M. Jelks, of Macon,'old daughter, brings to us the sad Mrs. Cull, a lady of about 75 years, train.

Elizabeth 'I in Orlando, ,have gone to their Ga., are in the city for a few days' picture of the estrangement of father died very suddenly some time early
Miss Georgia Reynoldsleft
home in Jordon, N. Y. stay. and child because a father devoted too yesterday morning. .
for her home in Columbus Automobile and dress
yesterday
gloves at half
much time to money getting for the The facts as learned by a Sentinel 1
Ohio. CLARK
Mr. and Mrs. M. G. Woodhall, H ho Mrs. John C. Dyer, of Pittsburgh, good of his home, and now at a time representative are as follows: price. ROBERTSON.
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have been pleasant vistors in Orlando, is in the city and is stopping at the when he ought to be enjoying the Mrs. Cull and her nephew, a lad of
Dr. E. E. Bell and daughter, Miss: I _
for the past few months, have gone to San Juan. sweet confidence of his daughter,' about ten years, have been spendingthe
Henrieta, have gone to their home in [
their home in Columbus, Ohio. whose delicate hand is just reachingout winter in Orlando and were stop- THE ACME TOUCH.
n..tn, Md. ,
u".uu I ,Mrs. E. A. Kelley and Mrs. Kate' for the social touch he finds him- ping at the St Charles of late. Their -

Finders .I Mr. J. M. Prince, who makes Orlando McKeown, of Chagrin, Ohio, are iaelf i( without the fatherly influence rooms were in the Annex across the In the course of my work and ex
The King of five cent cigars,
made in Orlando sold his winter headquarters, has guests in the city this week. j i I and there is a lack of filial love. Are street, and Tuesday night Mrs. Cull periments with pianos, I have dis-
"H. H. P. ,
all dealers. gone to Randolph, N. Y., for the sum I I there dollars enough in the world to in her usual good health, with her covered a means of action adjustmentfor

by mer. He will return in the early fall. Men and Boy's Pants at half price. .compensate a father for this? nenhew went_n_ to__ her room at_ her_ n accustomed upright pianos that brings the action -

4-29 3t CLARK ROBERTSON. j I And yet how many fathers are surrendering hour of retiring.The I to the highest point of responsive
Mr. and Mrs. James S. McKean and II
Mr. and Mrs. Willard White and i I the love and affections of boy slept in an alcove room off ness. The change is unmistakable,
Athelia Daly have returned to their i
home in Pennsylvania.Mr. daughter, Elizabeth, who have erjoyed Mr. Walter Drennen returned home!'II their children, the blessings of home the main ro m. the improved FEEL of the keys made

the winter in this city, have r-< last evening from DeLand, where he for the god whose voice has only the At about three o'clock yesterday doubly responsive and pleasing to the
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Woodman of Alton turned to their summer home in As had been attending a meeting of the I metailc ring. morning occupants of the other rooms performer. During the next three
W. G. Bay,
those bury Park, N. Y. State Horticultural Society. How many men in their mad rush in the house heard something fall months, I wish to tune two hundred
New Hampshire, was among
for wealth have trampled upon every with a chug, but paid no attention pianos in and around Orlando, and
the north
who left Orlando for yes-
terday. The Helms Hardware Company are I Sentinel advertising space is a vehicle commandment of God, ignored the thinking something had fallen on the without extra charge, will give all

now moving into their new room on I that carries its patrons to af laws of his land and deprived honest norch. upright pianos- this most delightful

Isaac Watkins and wife have terminated Church street and have one of the fluence-everybody reads the morning people of their just rights, only to At about six in the morning the lad touch improvement. Next winter I

their stay in Orlando and most commodious and modern hard paper and patronizes the firms that find near the end of their career that awoke, and looking across into the expect to charge five dollars extra for

ware, rooms in South Florida.. list their bargains in it. they have been deluded and snared room of his auntie, saw her laying the readjustment independent of the
in Akron
have to their nome ,
gone
Ohio. into a false living. I prostrate on the floor at the edge of tuning.

"May Day" is to be celebrated by Mr. A. M. Jones, of Kentucky, who The heart of every true father and I the bed. He ran to her and finding 4-26 6t WADE, the tuner.

Henry Wallace, of DesMoines, Iowa, several pretty parties, one at the has spent the winter so pleasantly in mother will go out in pity and sympathy -: her motionless and being unable to

has purchased a small tract of land Cathedral School this afternoon, a'' Orlando, started on the homewar{I for this poor girl. I arouse her: he ran to the adjoningroom Sh&JU barger'. for bicycles sal

west of the city and will make a farm sewing bee at the Rosalind Club, and trip yesterday. His daughter, Miss The following is the expression of and called Mr. Larabee, who iondries. It
of itMrs. I a picnic supper at the home of Mrs. Marian who is in the Cathedral School]. her child heart and shows how Unnatural I rooms in the same house, who went I
Pliny Norcross. will remain until the close of school I is the life of children of most over to Mrs. Cull's room and when

I then she too will return to the famil-. wealthy people. he discovered the condition of the
James E. Slote, who has hada
jar scenes of the blue hills and I I rich, that woman he called Dr. S. Miles Robinson
grass "People say am my par Paul
delightful winter in Orlando, has Mr. and Mrs. James L Barnwel, A. Horn
valleys.L. ents are rich," the girl said in explanation ,who lives at the St. Charles, who
gone to her home in Three Rivers,I who have been guests at the Winde-
of her flight. "I guess that is is I went over to the Annex.and on quick
Michigan. mere for the past six weeks, Live
taken their departure for Ashville.. N. R. Worthing, of Orlando, wa I true but that doesn't_mean that,I car a examination___n pronounced the n__ lady CONTRACTOR__n __ ___ and___ RIIIIDFD
I' in the city yesterday, registering at be happy. The daughters of rich peo- dead.
Reverend Lucien A. C. for short thence their
Spencer returned a stay, to REPAIRING A
the DeSoto. Orlando has just been ple are not always happy. The troubleis From Mrs. Hilpert, the proprietressof SPECIALTY.
to the city last evening after aweek's home in old Virginia State.
I I divorced from Sanford through the I haven't had a home fcr many, the St. Charles, Dr. Robinson
visit to West Palm Beach and I[I'. O. Box 624 Orlando, FU
division of Orange county and people 'many years. I have been sent from learned that Dr. W. C. Person had
nearby points.Mr. The "New York Cafe"
is
no more. through the section are hoping that one school to another and then to an- been treating Mrs. Cull at different '
It died a natural death and the pro- the: two cities will have more amicable other one; but none was home. WhatI tines and he immediately called Dr.

Thomas Hill, who has been a prietor has gone back to South Caro- relations and less rivalry than here I I have wanted so badly was a homeI Person' who said that she had beena I
in this for several months lina from whence he and thus
guest city i
came, '
tofore. Both towns are among the have not had it. subject of heart lesion and asthma
has returned to his home at Alexan the once popular Spanish restaurant most progressive in Florida and are The girl will have a home with her and that her death was due to heart
dria Bay, N. Y. closes its doors, to the public. fennel said failure Autos For Rent at
growing like the proverbial dog mother henceforth. "Tomorrow, predisposed by these condi-

-Tampa Times. Mr. Borden today, "she will start with tioaj. On the dresser was found a
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Willetts, of Sheriff James A. Kirkwood, of her daughter for Los Angeles." vial in which were small tablets. The Any Hour

Wichita Kansas, have purcheased a Orange county, was in the city yester- Catholic Church It is not all of life to live nor all label on the bottle read "Take one

suburban lot on which they will havea day frcm Orlando. The sheriff cam Today is Ascension Thursday and a of death to die. every four hours for short breath." Seven

home built in which they will spend to this city to return with a negro holy day of obligation.Mass The supposition is that she had been Passenger

their winters. captrued here who is wanted in his usedto experiencing diffiulty in breathingand
7 a. m. Rosary and Benedic- The old-fashioned father who STEVENS DURYEA
,county on a grand larceny charge.- tion, 5 p. m. climb a tree and make a swing now arose and went to the dresser and

Men and Boy's Hats, Caps and 'Tampa Times. has a red one sent from the departhas -I took a dose of the medicine for the Ride in a Good Car.
Sweaters at half I bottle stood close to the
price. See my display add. a red one sent from the depart- edge, and
4-29 3t CLARK ROBERTSON. I I Subscribe for the Sentinelit8imilMiHilMHMHtltlimtltMIHMMHMMIH 4-29 3t CLARK ROBERTSON. ment store.'IIIIICIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII'IIIIIIIIII. started back to bed and dropped dead'I Cheapest Rales in Town
the
on reaching bed.

The body was taken in charge by
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FOLLOWING BILL IS PENDING lized citric acid, the fruit shall be considered en tile ,recommendation, of the State BUSINESS BOOSTERS illllitlMlltlMPMimiHIIMIHIIIIIiMIIMH
IN THE LEGISLATUREH. immature. Chemist, establish a temporary branch CLASSIFIED
Business Boosters (classified advertisements
Oranges or Grapefruit showingless of the State Laboratory, at some con- ) received after 10 o'clock-,

B. 370, by Worley of Dade. Read than 1.30 per cent or 1.75 per venient .central citrus packing and midnight, will be run in the "Too Lateto THE MARKET
cent respectively of acid, calculatedas shipping point for the months of Sep- Classify" column.
first time, April 21, 1913. Special on
crystallized citric acid, shall be tember, October, November and December Boosters of five lines, or less-approximately
Citrus Fruits.A .
30 words-one time, 25
Bill to Be Entitled passed as mature. of ,each year, and upon recommendation cents; three times 50 cents; one week
An Act to Define Immature Citrus Provided, that should the owner, of the' State Chemist, Cit- (six daily- and one weekly editions) j Of Cleanliness Of Quality J
Fruit; To Fix Standards for Mature agent or cusotdian demand an analysis rus Fruit Aanayst, who shall be a |1.00; one month, |3.00.
by the State Chemist, the duplicate competent Analytical chemist. He ...
Citrus Fruit; To Place the Execution BARGAINS-For Sale two lots best FRESH AND SALT MEATS
of the Immature Citurs sample, drawn in the presenceof shall receive $200. per month for the part of beautiful Colonial Park.

Friut Law, Chapter 6236, Laws ()f the agent, owner or custodian, shall months of September, October, November Also fast, gentle young pony, harness FISH AND GAME
and at Sen-
buggycomplete. Enquire
Florida, Within the Jurisdiction of I be sent by express or parcel post prepaid and December. The necessary tinel Office. 27-3t
the Department of Agriculture, as i to the State Chemist, the sample apparatus, chemicals, and r-ag nts J Kept under the best sanitary conditions.
Provided for in the Pure Food and I to be identified and verified by the for the analysis of citrus fruit shall FOR SALE OR TRADE-A five passenger -
of the owner, agent or cus- be furnished by the State Chemist. Rambler automobile, 24H.P. .
Drugs Law of the State of Florida signatures ., for lots or acreage in or around | Everything screened away from the flies, and kept fresh J
; to Provide-for the Appointment I todian and the Inspector, the fruit in The State Chemist, Assistant State Orlando. Address M. P. WOLLAM,
and
under investigation to be Chemist, and the Food Drug and Fertilizer pure.
of a State, and Four Local Fruit :.question Orlando, Fla. 4-26 3t
withheld from shipment until the result Inspectors of the Chemical DI-
and the Necessary
tion to Appropriate
-
Funds for the Execution of of the analysis by the State vision, shall be ex-officio Citrus Fruit FOR touring HIRE-Nice Large seven and passenger J We invite inspection and guarantee satisfaction. We have |

This Law. Chemist is received by wire or other- Inspectors, and may be detailed by 4-20 tf car. J. B. MAGRUDER.BUY roomy.. everything in the Meat Line.

Be it Enacted by the Legislature of wise. the State Chemist, to the Citrus
the State of Florida Sec. 1 The methods of preparationof Growing Section during tb.3 period a lot in Thornton Park, a nice
Section 1. That all: oranges or samples for analysis and application between September 1 and L eceml er Jensen.suburb in east part of the city. Carl. I The PARLOR MARKETH. I

grapefruit that are the result of of field test shall be as follows: 31 to inspect citrus fruit and instruct -
bloom accruing during the calendar Twelve average oranges or grapefruit local inspectors and growers, if in OAK HILL is the beautiful siib-divis-
year shall be defined as immature cit- fairly representative of all the fruit his judgment is be necessary. ion still to have the Northeast some choice of the ots city there.andI M. Self & Co.

rus fruit, when detached from the tree under consideration, selected as pre-, Sec. 7. In the performance of their Carl Jensen.
prior to October first of the year in scribed in Section 2, shall be peeled! duties, Inspectors shall l have free access -
which the bloom occurred, which pro- cut across segments, the juice extracted -I at all reasonable hours, to any WANTED position as manager, 18.20 PINE STREET
caretaker and collec'.or for
duced the fruit. by an ordinary lemon squeezer, warehouse, packing house, railroad non-
resident property owners. By man of
That from October 1 to December strained through cheese cloth into a depot, or car where citrus fru'ts are experience wuo can give it close at Phone
31 *of each year all oranges grown porcelain bowl. A measured quantity sold, prepared for sale, or stored for tenuon. Address. Collector, SentineL No. 80MlllllltlllMltlllHIIIIIIMMHinitllllllllMII
from the current calandar year's ((10 cc) of the juice shall be gradually shipment, for the purpose of examin- 4-

bloom, the juice of which contains mixed with an equal quantity ((10 cc) taion or inspection, and thp drawingof FOR SALE-New seven-roon house,
more than 1.30 per cent by weJght of the standard alkaline solution samples of such citrus fruit for tie with all modern improvements.
of acid, calculated as crystallized citric properly colored with an indicator. purpose of ascertaining if they be mature $3,000.Address Will take Owner automobile Sentinel in part niiiiiiiiiiiiiiiMiiittnttiiniiiiiimnniminjIn
care
acid, and all grapefruit grown Should the mixture change to orange and fit for shipment or immature pay.
from the current calendan year's color, the fruit has more acid than or unfit for shipment. If such access WANTED business partner in a

bloom, the juice of which containsmore the standard permits and is therefore be refused by the owner, agent, man- manufacturing business with well New QuartersWe

than 1.75 per cent by weight of immature. If the mixture remains ager or custodian of such premises, and established will take trade.partner Need or more will make capital a
acid, aclculated as crystallized citric pink in color, the fruit is mature. the Inspector may apply for a search with $15,000 to $20-
acid, shall be considered as immature. The standard alkaline solution shall warrant which shall be obtained in 000 capita Plant up to date and in
That the be furnished to Inspectors by the the same manner as provided by law excellent condition. Address Manu-
oranges or grapefruit, re-
facturer in of Sentinel.
sult of a bloom occuring during the Chemical Division of the State of for the obtaining of search warrantsin care tf are now located in the new Hyer

previous calendar year, shall be ex- Florida with full directions for its other cases. The refusal to admitan FOR RENT-Furnished, my cottageon
cepted from the above standards.Sec. use, all tests and analysis to be made Inspector to any of the above men- Lucerne Circle. Jas. A. Knox. & Davis building on Church street.

2. The inspection, examination according to the methods of the Asso- tioned premises during reasonable
FOR SALE-Overstreet
and analysis of citrus fruit shall ciation of Official Agricultrual Chem I hours, shall be construed as prima Company's Stock. Inquire Turpentine at the We are better prepared to fill all your

be made by the State Chemist of .lor- ists.Sec. facie evidence of violation of. Chapter Sentinel Office. 26-6t.
Ida, or under his direction or super. 5. The Governor shall appoint, 6236, Laws of Florida. I wants in theHABTTWA
vision. That the general provisions, on the recommendation of the State In calling for and taking samples of FOR-The Methodist church to the
rules and regulations of the Florida Chemist, a State Citrus Fruit In- citrus: fruit, the Inspector shall tender highest bidder. Sealed bids ac-
SALE cepted to May 6th, 12 o'clock
Pure Food and Drat Law, sppioveu spector. He shall be a competent to: the owner or agent, the local marKet noon. F. A. CURTIS. BE LINE
June 5, 1911, Chapter 512, Laws of analyst, capable of instructing the ; value of the sample.Sec. 4-29 6t
Florida, and amendments thereto, local inspectors and orange growers 8. The sum or ten thousand
the State how to the dollars or much thereof FOR SALE-At half price, for cash. THE
shall apply to the execution of this throughout apply as as may be New upright piano, cost $400. Com
law,.when not in conflict i witli same. field or house tests; to manipulatethe necessary is hereby annually appropriated puting scales, cost $85. Platform
Sec, 3. That Inspectors snail draw apparatus and determine the im- from the funds arising from scales, cost $15. also four show cases,
samples for analysis ia the presents maturity or maturity of, citrus fruit the inspection of food stuffs and fertilizers' eight fine Durock and Berkshire three HELMS HARDWARE
months pigs. First class two
of the owner, agent, manager or custodian -,thereby. His salary shall be $1,800. to carry out the provisions of old mule colt. Address Bargains,year this
of any packing hou., car, or. per annum, payable quarterly. His this: act, and the same is made immediately Office. 25-7t COMPANYMIMMIMtHMMtMitMIMiUHUMilMMMMHtlli
other place where orarjjrs tr grape-1 t traveling expenses shall not exceed available. The Comptroller
FOR RENT-Flat of five rorts
on
fruit are gathered or packed for,$100 per month while in the performance is hereby authorized and directed to Main street near Lake Lucerne with .
shipment. Two samples o* twelve j of his duties, and shall be paidon pay the same detailed warrants, approved all modern conveniences. First
average oranges of grapefruit properly detailed vouchers. by the State Chemist.Sec. floor reasonable rent. Apply Sen-
each I Sec. 6. The Governor shall also 9. All laws and tinel office. 4-26 3t
fairly representative jf ell ;h? fruitat ap- parts of lawsin Subscribe For The Sentinel.tllMHMHtfMMIItMIMIIIIillllMlllllllliliiM.
the time inspected, shall be drawn point four local Citrus Fruit Inspec- conflict with this act are hereby ESTRAY-I have taken up as an
by the Inspector, assMid by either tors, residents of the orange growing repealed.Sec. estray one Dunn Cow with few -- .
the owner, agent or custodian of the districts, on the recommendation of 10. This act shall take effect, white spots. Crop upper and under
I the of their sixty days after its approval bit, in one ear; crop bolt in the otherear.
fruit. I orange growers. respective by the "
.
Brand single 0" J. G. Lee,
That one of the samples drawn districts. They shall be under_ Governor. Pine Castle, Fla. tf For the Ladies of Orlando

shall at once be tested, or analyztd the supervision, direction and instruc-
by the Inspector in the presence of' tions of the State Chemist of Florida. THE REASON. \ FOR RENT-Four room cottage fur DEMONSTRATION
i nished, Concord Park, one block
Their of office shall
be from
the owner, agent or custodian: ".f the i I term from Orange Ave. $10.00 per month. If you have any combings don't throw them away.
fruit, in the manner herein_ provl Should the test show, in the case of i; year. They shall take the usual oath leave your last place? Apr.27 May4-ll at Dade City, Fla., but recently from Chicago, where you

oranges, that the juice contain? mope requred of the state officers for the Chauffeur-The guy I worked for WANTED nurse, for a child ten can bring your combings and have a switch braid, transfor-
than 1.30 per cent by weight o/ acid, : faithful performance of their duties. went crazy-started shingling his years old, elderly woman preferred. mation or any piece of hair work you would like to have
calculated as crystallized citric acid,I I I I They shall be paid a monthly salary house when his car needed new tires. Call at No. 11, Broadway. 5.14t made from
the fruit shall be considered jmM .1[of $100. per month and their reason- -Exchange. $1.50 to $2.50

tured. Should the test show in the I[able traveling expenses while in the: FOR SALE-At a bargain, horse, Also carry a large line of finest quality French cut hair,

case of grapefruit that the juice contains -performance'[ of their duty, not to exceed Subscribe for the Sentinel. horse.buggy Call and on harness.Geo. Hull,Good Pine family Castle which we make to order to match. We demonstrate the work

more than 1.75: per cent by I $100. per month. -- Road, Orlando, Fla. 513t. every afternoon from 2 to 5. Also carry a large line of sani-
weight of acid, calculated as crystal-:I The Governor may, at his discretion, tary hair goods. Switches, 1* oz., 50c; 1V& oz., 10 and 20

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$6,500, encumbered for $1000. Want long 5c. Dont' fail to call during this week for our low
_l' good orange and grapefruit grove, prices. Goods on display at
THE ONE CIGAR THAT good buildings in Central or South
Florida, or stock merchandise. Have F. "N" BARD AN
\ \ other properties will exchange and .
I will assume. Address, Box 427, DRY GOODS AND NOTIONS ORLANDO, FLORIDA
EVERYBODY LIKES 4-30 d & w Iw Memphis, Mo.

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H. G. HarperSouth BUSINESS COLLEGE

Get the best cigar at five
cents, the next time you Hughy St. Phone 534

want to smoke-judge for J
Your athlete demands free-play boot for the yourself. ,
bones and muscles of his feet-The Gotham is Hauling of all kinds, and plow- MODERN COURSES IN

an athletic last. ing carefully looked after.
I Single and Double Entry Bookkeeping. Corporation
Are you one of these men who have a pretty definite Made in Orlando and sold }
idea of what they want in a shoe ? "Hang the styles," | by all dealers.HMMIHllMIIMIMliMM. GIVE US A TRIAL Bookkeeping, Banking, Shorthand,

say you. "Give me a good natural shape, with Typewriting, Penmanship, Commercial Law,
plenty of toe room and a sensibly rounded toe." If .
Commercial Arithmetic Spelling and all
,
you say that to a salesman, you are pretty sure to get
one of the handsomest shoes in the Regal line- the Branches of Civil Service.
Gotham. This shape was good ten years ago and
t When of the
want
you any
will be. popular ten years hence. It comes as near
being right as any shoe that was ever built. I EMERGENCY SUPPLIES DAY AND NIGHT CLASSESExperienced

WELCOME TO mentioned in
Gotham Black King Call I Teachers in Charge. Diplomas
S, and Tan Russia Calf ROYAL PALM I JOHNSON & JOHNSON'SHandbook
for Gradu
Brogue Blucher Oxford Granted and Positions Secured
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$4.00 BARBER SHOP ates.

I Patronize Home Institutions.For .

Modern and Complete. i it if f ofFirst

Everything new, individual .
electric attachments at every Prices and Terms call on or address:

chair. No stone has been left Aid

RXGALSBrown untamed meet th erequirements to make this of shop the I : Orlalithi B Bus iliessTHIRDjFLOOR II i

most room. particular.Courteous attendants.Plenty of here is the place to get

: them. Call or 'phone.
& Lartigue ELIJAH Proprietor.WHITEHEAD, 1 ;-- ; PHONE 597


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Sights Board the Sultan's the-Charleston.FUN Suit Saw. on I ORLANDO O BANK i a TRUST COMPANY fI' Before YouBuy



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Capital and Surplus and Undivided Profits, $120,000.09, .
IN FRAMING A TREATY.
Total Resources over Three-quarters of a Million.
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general Bates Had a Sort of Circus on SUteme&t of the Orlando Baltic a&4
Hit Hands While Negotiating With -'
r. Trust Co at close of
Easiness
the Filipino Potentate For the Trans.

fer of the Island to Uncle Sam. n ; April 16th, WS-Tfc Sereii .
o Consider Quality Style
Few treaties ever were negotiated In Aiaiverary of ,
more Interesting and ludicrous circumstances *
4 tt.y ita Existence
than tnow that attended the
*
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one made In 1899 between General ; !e ,
Bates and the sultan of Moro. ; -
When after much dillydallying the RESOURCES
potentate was finally inducedto r -
Filipino -
Loam and Discount.....S368497JI
come on board the Charleston, effort thegeneral's Overdraft ......v...... 9tt
headquarters every Allen
was made to put him in good humor. Real Estate, Fan turt & Coo

He and his suit partook freely of ; it- and Flames .......... 25,853.44
drink but refused all food as coming t +' Stocb and Bonds ........ 26.01U3
from the bands of Christians. Yet.they 4'c Cub on hand and in Banks 34267.61 1
we\e in no danger of starring for JEWELERS

had been careful to bring'with I. Total ...'............1789,260.08
them enormous sacks of rice.
When the guests were conducted LIABILITIES Orlando
FloridaLet
over the man-of-war they marveled i-1.---4 ,
at its mechanical mysteries. At the ? Capital Stock ...........100000.00
suggestion of an officer the sultan I f Surplus and Undivided

touched an electric button and instantly tMf4C Profits ................ 2444155

iii a Chinese servant appeared. Again ] Deposits ................ e6&.1 1J1
response to a suggestion he touchedthe s .
button twice, and a United States I Us Regulate Your WatchEVERYI'91NC
marine stood in the doorway. -. .. T. Total ................$l89.2 ..08Mcx
From that time every ornament ; ;
aboard the ship that in any way suggested : GUARANTEED

an electric button was pushedby Deposits April 4, 1111....P92,87UI I
the sultan or by some member of ,..
his suIt. An officer fioo .._ .. him --- Deposits April 18. 1111... 665,11543

into a dark room and'showed him bow SUtM Government, State and County Depositary Increase in 12 days ......9.71436IIIMIMittMIMMHtMtltHMItMHIMMIIIHHitil I
to turn the button that adjusted the -- -
lighting apparatus. The flood of light L mniiiiiittiHuitiiiiiiiiiiinnimiiiitniiinuModel
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that resulted left him with gaping _WQ 0 0 .. .
mouth and dilated eyes.
His wonderment continued to grow
:
throughout the afternoon and whenever i Grocery
an opportunity afforded he re ;

peated the performance of pushing '-
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electric buttons and turning electric .
lights on and off. He even went so 18 West Church Street ::
far when he thought himself unwatched W. M. SLEMONS j
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to try to appropriate one of the c
lighted bnlbe. FANCY AND STAPLE GROCERIES. NEW AND :
When ice water 'was brought in the
FRESH
lump of ice in the pitcher was Immediately -

seized by his royal the highnessand floor. We Give Our Personal Attention to Our Customers and
as quickly dropped to
As the lump gradually diminished In We are confident that the clothes we sell made by Schloss Guarantee Satisfaction and Prompt Delivery
size the sultan's party looked at it la 0 j

suspicion.Mr.. Shuck. suggested to the sultan Bros are superior in quality and style to any that you Give Us"a Trial :jI

that he order one of his men aloft and I-
recall him when he reached the crow's can buy. oMEN Subtler Bros., ProprietorsiiMllillHIIMIIilimilltlMlllliHIIIMIIHIIliC .
nest. The first order was easy to execute .
but when a return was ordered,
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his voice having failed to carry a
megaphone was brought aud into this
ARE WELL DRESSED
the sultan shouted for the man to re
turn under penalty of instant death. 0 : THE H. H. P. STRAIGHT

Immediately the thoroughly frightened Our reasonable. Do think of I
prices are very not buying I -
Moro dropped to the deck. The ruler For Sale at all Cigar Stores

took mouthpiece the dimensions and declared of that the he strange would elsewhere until you have tried on one of Schloss Bros suits. I: Orlando's Newest Cigar Made In Orlando.

make one for himself. a
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Havana and Florida
Wrappers
The most amusing incident occurred
WE ALSO SELL LORD BALTIMORE CLOTHING FOR BOYS. I
when the sultan upon invitation fired a Q : Try One an d Be Convinced
Colt automatic gun. The explosion of I
the first discharge appeared to root
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him to the spot His hands grippedthe ; M'f'g'rziz
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trigger, with the result that shells
continued to pepper the surroundingwaters. W. M. SLEMONS : South OrangeHtltHtttlMMtHttlMmiilMliMliimitilllttl

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Again and again the royal gunner u
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begged the officers to stop the action of
the infernal machine, not knowing that MIBMMiMllllttllBilMIHtMIIMItttlMIIIIMiimitMIMtilMIMBiltlll ,I
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loosen his hold, and an officer orderedthe
tape cut thus stopping the supplyof

ammunition.The YOU WANT THE LATESTIN
one pounder was next broughtinto
play, but the sultan refused to go
near one of the eight inch guns which Fireless Cookers
be bad been Invited to fire.
Meantime the knives of his attend
ants had been taken to the dynamoroom THE LINE OF UP TO DATE DRY GOODS, CLOTHING, AND
and charged with electricity
with the result that the suit were of HATS AND SHOES, ALSO LADIES READY TO WEAR

the opinion that the evil one himself DRESSES OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS: COME TO B. SALO ELECTRIC FANSTO
was aboard. They begged and Imploredto
be taken ashore and quite forgetfulof MON. SATISFACTION GUARANTEED OR MONEY
their bags of rice, scurried town
the gang ladder.At I REFUNDED.
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night the searchlight was broughtto
bear upon the Moro town of Bus

"Bus town k. ,For and followed many the instant, even weeks the desertion thereafter dogs leaving of the no B. Salomon, Orlando [ELECTRIC l[ I IRONS s AND TOASTERS[ S SFOR

amount of persuasion could induce the
inhabitants to return. "
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la the town of Jolo, and thither the
solton and his staff came on several DID YOU BUY?
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occasions the Charleston.to they discuss made This the time another treaty.the visit motherof Subsequently to* I overheard a prominent hardwan UNDERTAKER ARMSTRONG [ [ [l[ I L C0111nc.

to
this
dealer morning a
the sultan accompanied the party citizen say of Orlando I could prominent hat The ARTISTIC PICTURE FRAMER of Orlando "
and during the visit a phonograph own- bought land at $160 and $5.00 bat ,
ed by one of the officers rendered se- did not do it I PING STREeT HAND BUILDING ;
fecttons for the entertainment of the At the time he referred to I scold .
gtlt Su. for an Orlando man several hundred
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was not until the time came for hereon old in 10 and twenty acre tracts for
$30.00 per acre, and is cheap at tail c
to affix his signature to the treaty
that she awakened On one condition price What were the Orlando people Opera House EVERYTHING
;
,sly would she permit the sultan tosignthe ? Gold
ing at that time mining stock THE[ OAKlANDTHE
phonograph must become hers If you had bought land you -IN-
.t once. figure your profit You knew sometime i \
2 Nights Friday and Saturday May 2,3 :
For a time that phonograph threatened ago your profit on the mining '
to be the means of upsetting all stock, without having to figure on it -__ ____________ ____ _____ FEEDFOR
General Bates' well laid plans for the If you have not yet bought some ti CAR
amicable taken of the Islands, Orlando or Orange county property, Frank
over there is still opportunities for large Mr. J. Powers and his own I:
THAT EVERYBODY
but fortunately the owner was prevailed -
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profits, and I can show you.I

the upon interest to !?part of his with government the machine, and In I make can you sell money you something but your gold that mining will. I I HYPNOTIC Y COMEDY[ Y COMPANY Y : JS TALKING

the Century trt'nty"RC Magazine.f'1t'lted.-E. C. Rest in Call stock and will see not me.CARL buy JANSEN it. I I c. ABOUT : LIVE[ STOCKLAUBACH


Result of His Researches. Office over Dickson & Ives, Orangt CHANGE OF PROGRAM NIGHTLYOne : I
Avenue, Orlando, Fls 'I ASK FOR DEMONSTRATION
Investisuor What. In opinion
III the sir'r,.t of {n*d roads'your Orlando The banks know and me the, if business you do not men, ask of Hilarious Laugh from Start to Finish :I :
I'nvn'1tatf' Chnnrrpnr-Tbe secret of them. SEEMAGRUDER
goorl Tribune.road I Is to find 'em.-Chicago Prices 25c., 35e. Children 15c. : : The GraIn Man. ,

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4W+- NORTH HIGHLAND'S CONCERT! \. -
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Scandinavian Music and Folk Lore :
Louis C. Massey President
On the program Tuesday night :

T. Pictoa wv>ow, VkcJ'm.Bowtrd I. Wates floes GvUv there appeared Miss Johnny Marian : How much would
a Bibcock. AiI't Cuktc Samuel A.Ntwdl.An't Cukkr Smith, pianist, Miss Ruby Wilkins, I money
Soprano, Mrs. J. Robinson Murphy, :
Soprano, and Rev. A. Preston Boyd. :
THESTATE Miss Wilkins delighted all with her : like to spend for
you
sweet, clear voice which was well I.
suited to the songs chosen. Rev. Dr. .
Boyd kindly read some Norse folk
tales which rounded out the historical
BANK
i side of the evening's entertainment.
Miss Agnes Hill
gave an impromptu
number by Rachmaninoff. Mrs. Wade
played the accompaniments with M $$2 HIM$

Orlando sympathy.
of
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Everyone was greatly surprisedthat Class Class
I so young a lassie as Miss Johnny I No. 2 Nos. 2and
Smith could so ably handle so pre- 2A
THE OLDEST BANK IN THE CITYAND I tentious an offering as the "Peer I II
Gynt" Suite. She was equal to it and
I showed that she has worked hard
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.1 I and patiently to attain such ease of
II manner and poise in her playing. The o
The Bank which transacts mOle business than .dance movement was full of life and $$16.50Class

any Bank between Jacksonville and Tampa !charm, and Miss Smith gave it with $ 33.00No.
I
daintiness and spirit. In the death I
she seemed to feel
scene deeply the
50 Class
The large patronage of this Bank has been built up solemnity of the music. Her playing
100
No.
pleased all, each one chose the part
during twenty years by conducting its business on sound
he or she liked best. The majorityof
banking principles with careful attention to the legitimate the hearers preferred the King's i

wants of customers. The confidence of the publicis hall movement.
Here is a singular fact, foi it is
reuected in the large amount'of deposits. true that many unmusical people $28,05 5

Average deposits First Quarter of 1913, $900,000. when hearing this movement for the $$56.10
first time are impressed that Griegwas CassNo. ,,
describing a fine horse race, so 5
FOUR PER CENT PAID ON SAVINGS ACCOUNTS that in the light of this, we may well Nos.5and
ask, "can piano music really talk intelligibly 5A
?"
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The audience joined in heartily in
Our correspondent banks are located in every part of the three splendid National songs

the world and include some of the largest Banks in the I ed by Mrs. Robinson Murphy. The | Join any oi our Saving Clubs and you can have either of the
words were printed on the back of -
United States. the programs. Next Tuesday night above amounts to spend *%

the evening will take the form of
.iiliini National and War Songs of many -

,--- --- nations. On May Thirteenth, Miss Call and'gtt a Circularor: let us explain the plan to you
LOCAL ASSEMBLY, DAUGHTERSOF PINE CASTLE ITEMS Agnes Hill of Maitland will play some ,
THE KING. modern classical numbers. French
Pine Castle, Fla., April 30.-Mrs. music will be heard. I The Peoples National Bank
Much interest was manifested yes- Nannie T. Hansel spent Saturday in Program First
terday in the services and business Kissimmee.Mrs. Songs: "
"It is pleasure to
sessions at the Cathedral for this an- L. Hodge, of Orlando, was the Ole and Christine ... .. Denmark; a serve you.
nual meeting of the Daughters of the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Homer Sheldonfor Dance Song From Jutland Denmark

King. Helpful and inspiring addresses several days recently.Mr. The Young Birch -. .. .Ege" erg iMIMIMHIMMIttt MHIilllilHilMCMM
were given by Bishop Gray, Dean and Mrs. M. J. Smith, of Or- Miss Wilkins I
Sherrod and Rev. R. P. Cobb, each lando, were guests of Mr. and Mrs. C. Reading, Norse Folk Lore MabieBatesI I MHIillllllliilllllillMtiiiMMMIHimMMIMOMMMIHIMMlillMMMMH
being deply appreciated by visiting C. Hall, Sunday.Mrs. The :Making of the Hammer i j
delegates and local members alike, a Addie Keen and Miss Zettie The Twilight of the Gods
rising vote of thanks being extendedto Tanner visited with relatives in Kis- The New Earth WANTED
the clergy before adjournment.The simmee from Saturday until Monday.Mr Rev. Mr. Boyd
delightful luncheon served in and Mrs. E. L. Sphaler, Mrs. 1 Folk Songs: I IIartig's i

the Chapter, House afforded pleasureand Wise, Mr. A. Sightler and :Mr. and Daughter . Denmark i
opportunity for social intercoursethe Mrs. Dave Sphaler, with Mr. and Mrs. Necken's Polska ..... ...Sweeden',
500 small feet be fitted with small shoes
the
day as a whole seeming both en- Chas. Hartley of Taft, were an auto The Miller's Daughter ....Norway to at
joyable and helpful.ASCENSION party that made the round trip to Liden Karen ...... .....Denmark
Daytona, Sunday. Mrs. Robinson Murphy .-
DAY SERVICE. 1 I I Mrs. Wilson and daughter Minnie, Program Second SHOE DEPARTMENT
i of Brooksville, Fla., are guests of her Piano:
This being Ascension Day, there sister, Mrs. Collier. Peer Gynt ,Suite, Op. 46 . .Grie
will be a celebration of the Holy Eucharist -I I Dr. S. W. Reed, veterinary surgeon, MorgenstimmungIn of the
at the Cathedral at 10 a. n\, of Cleveland and Tasso, Tenn., and der Halle with sermon by the Bishop. This I I Mr. Winfred Frazer, merchant, ofi Ase's TodAnita's
Festival marks the fifty-seventh an-:i I Tasso, Tenn., have been guests of Mr. Tanz
niversary of Bishop Gray's ordination ; Crittenden. Dr. Reed purchased the Miss Smith BIG'WHITE STOREThese
to the priesthood life-time of home and property of Mr. Paul Macy Songs: I
most active and earnest ministry. I I and will return in the fall to make Thou Art My Rest .. .. .. .Collan
Miss Sara A. Downes and Miss his home here. Mr. Frazer was very I Could'st Thou Know Warmuth
Catherine Levick, whowere delegates I ito : much pleased with the locality and I II The Bird's Song . .. Soderberg
I I shoes of the best makes of the best firms but were
the Local Assembly, Daughters of i climate and will come again and prob- Mrs. Robinson Murphy are ,
the King, returned last night to their I'',I ably locate here. l Songs: ,
homes in Tampa. Several other delegates -|I Mrs. Martha Mills has returned I Danish National Hymn...Ewald bought too small for rapid moving, so we must sacrifice themto

remained to attend the May from a visit with her son, J. B. Mills, Swedish National Hymn
Day services at the Cathedral School. I J t! of Clarcona. I Nerwegian National Hymn make room.

ij The Baptist Ladies Aid Society gave ............ ......Nordraak
Shoes for feet
j I They are truly neat neat
PLANT INDUSTRY-MAMMOTH a box supper and ice cream social Sung by the Audience

BUSINESS. j I I I Saturday evening which netted a good If you wear anything under 3 1-2 D, or any larger sizesin
Pine Castle loom vp on the bus-i sum for their building fund. FAVORITE THEATRE TODAY.
iness horizon as first in the land in T. T. Tyner died suddenly Monday I A or B widths, you should become interested right now and
growing plants for commercial pur- morning, April 28th. His unexpected Extra! extra!. extra! Great two-
poses. demise is regretted by all who knew reel feature! drop around to be fitted for only .
The Sentinel, upon investigation, I him. Taken away in the prime of life "The Lady Leone," Victor-a mag-
finds three men other than those here- his family and friends experience an nificent dramatic masterpiece in the
tofore mentioned engaged in the business : unutterable sadness. His funeral was days when kings were the law. Hun-
and the quantity shipped is im conducted from the home of his son, dreds of talented actors in the role. $2.25 '
mense. They are J. W. Matchett, A. L.!' Mr. Harry Tyner; the services in Beautiful settings. Cost $75,000 to '
Lancaster and Frank Phillips. charge of the Rev. Preston Boyd, new stage this production. ,
E. W. Shannibarger, father of P. pastor of the Emmanuel Baptist I Also a great big full reel of comedy.
W., the present owner of Bear's Head : Church of Orlando. Burial was made| "When an Old Maid Gets Busy," Sale lasts as long as stock lasts.
farm, was the pioneer in this now extensive i in the cemetery at Boggy Creek. The I j I a rip-roaring comedy that is a side

industry Orlando Lodge of Odd Fellows paid I: splitter. Remember it costs nothing to try. See our big north
Mr. Lancaser worked for years with the last tribute of respect to their j I Open 2 to 5 and 7 to 10 p. m. you
the elder Shannibarger and went into, deceased brother at the grave. Admission five cents to all.
business taking Mr. Phollips as part- Don't miss this, the greatest fea- 'window for sizes and styles. \
ner for several years. Mr. Match OrSfERPAPERSPLESE: ture ever shown. i
ett was here and was raised up in the COPY. I
sweet pototo business. They are mid- GIVING AN IMITATION OF NIL. I ilUMIIHHMHIIMIIIIIIIItltttttttttttftlMlfftttttttltlttllltn ttlllll
dle-aged and solid business men. Senator LaFollette seems to haveit
Mr. Frank Phillips recently shippeda figured out to a nicety how he is Now comes a contemporary accusing -
consignment of the Nancy Hall going to force Republican support to English journalism with being
sweet potatoes to John Lewis Childs, himself, as a Progressive, for the neglectful because there has been no
of Floral Park, N. Y., who is one of next Presidential nomination.St.Paul explanation by the London press as
the largest seedsmen and plant growers Dispatch. to who is or was :t1r. Pankhurst.- YowelFsj4imiiiiiiiiimm"tffiTffa
of the world and who, after a trial Galveston Xv.<"?.
.shipment, pronounced the Nancy Hall. The borrowed umbrella is'usually I
an exceedingly fine sweet potato and taken by storm.Patronize Pig iron situation show. improvement -
ordered a shipment of seed potatoes i I t. with prices firmer, although no
.1i for stock of that variety. Sentinel advertisers. !!jI I increases are reported. j4imiiiiiiiiimm"tffiTffa>aiTM "THIHI

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IN ORDER TO GET READY FOR THE ERECTION OF MY NEW BUILDING, I MUST CLOSE OUT MY ENTIRE STOCK OF FURNITURE, AND OFFER AT A

SACRIFICE-DRESSERS, WASHSTANDS, SIDE BOARDS, ROCKERS, IRON BEDS, SPRINGS, MATTRESSES, RUGS, CARPETS AND MATTINGS-NOTHING RESERVED.
I HAVE ABOUT FIFTY ROLLS OF MATTING REMNANTS WHICH WILL BE SOLD AT FIFTEEN CENTS PER YARD AS LONG AS THEY LAST.


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