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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 2, 1913
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando
Coordinates: 28.533611 x -81.375833 ( Place of Publication )
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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).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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THE DAILY SENTINEL ':




THE PEOPLE'S PAPER.

Direct Service, Postal Telegraph until 2 a. m. PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING EXCEPT MONDAY. Orlando-Progressive Center of the Stag
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VOLUME ONE ORLANDO, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, MAY 2ND, 1913. NUMBER 70.



THE[ CITY COUNCIl HOSTILITIES CEASE[ CONVICT LEASE[ BOOK BROKERS[ BRYAN COMING TO MANY SUBJECTS


OPENS[ SWR[\ [ BIDS IN Ttl[ BAlKANS I I MAY BE[ PASSED : FLEECE[ MANY NATIONALCAPITAL I i I \\VEREDISCUSSED[

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ADD city council opens sewer bids. : FOREIGN AMBASSADORS HAVE GOVERNOR TRAMMELL ADDRESSES SEND OUT GOVERNMENT PUBLICATIONS A GENERAL CONFERENCE WILl AFTER A MOST SUCCESSFUL SESSION
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AN IMPORTANT SESSIONSEVEN I|I REQUESTED THAT SCUTARIBE HOUSE IN BEHALF OF BY FRANK AND BE HELD IN WASHINGTON STATE HORTICULTURAL

BIDS ON SEWER CON- EVACUATED BY MONTE- THE MEASURE HE FAVORS i 1 I MAKE FOUR HUNDRED PER FIRST OF WEEK OVER JAP- SOCIETY CLOSES AT DE

STRUCTION-ACTION ON NEGRO-AUSTRIA WAITS IN NAME OF HUMANITY 0 CENT. I .\ANESE-CALIFORNIA, LAN YESTERDAY.
BIDS DEFERRED. Special to the Sentinel Tallahassee, April 30.-Upon invi- I|I Washington, D. C., May 1.-A clever I Special to The Sentinel I DeLand, May Delegates attend-
Council met in regular session last I London, May 1.-The foreign ambassadors tation of the House, Governor Tram- i scheme whereby a cleverer lot of i Washington, D. C. May 1.-A gen- ing the State Horticultural Society
night, all members present except J.1 forwarded their note to mell addressed the members this book brokers in Washington ha.e'been eral official council will meet Monday meeting here attended the chapel exercises -
B. Walker and J. W. Jackson. I I the Sublime Ports today, demanding morning in explanation of the provis- !' gouging unsuspecting persons I or., Tuesday and probably decide the at Stetson University this
Routine business was attended to,'the immediate cessation of hostilities ions of his convict lease abolition bill, and reaping a harvest at the expense further progress of the JapaneseCalifornia morning from 8:45 to 9 o'clock.
after which, bids were opened and i in the Balkans, the appointment of and in the afternoon the bill was !of the government, has been uncovered contention. That conferencewill Upon return to the hall following
read for sewer construction. The f Ottoman peace delegates and requesting passed almost unanimously, there being ; by the joint printing committee of include President Wilson, Secre topics were taken up:
bids were made in detail covering all | that Turkey name her choice of a only six votes recorded against it. I congress. An effort wil Ibe made to tary of State Bryan, Assistant Secre- Citrus Diseases and Methods of
the specifications as made by consult il city for the meeting of the peace del- It was slightly amended, but not suf- i check the abuse by means of an tary John Bassett Moore, Attorney. Handling Them, Prof. II. E. Etevens,
ing engineer, being a long list of fig egates. ficiently so to materially affect it. The amendment to the general printing General McReynolds, Senator Bacon, plant pathologist, Florida Experiment
ures intelligible to an engineer, but i After forwarding the note to Turnkey measure provides for gradual aboli- j laws. Chairman of the Senate Committeeon Station.
confusing to a layman.The by the ambassadors, adjourned tion of the lease system, making the The brokers have taken advantage Foreign Relations, and Representative Insects and Diseases, J. A. Stevens,
bidders on sewers constructionwere !until Monday to await further instructions date of conjunction December 31, | of the law which requires the gov- Flood, Chairman of the House Winter Haven; Roland E. Stevens,
F. D. Harvey & Company, of i from their respective governments 1916. The bill has yet to run the ernment printing office to sell at cost Committee on Foreign Affairs. Daytona; H. E. Stevens, Gainesville.
before taking final action Senate gauntlet.In I of the publications issued by the Perhaps other Senators and
Atlanta, Ga., Guild & Company, of I t jail Repre- Tariff Discussion, led by L! B. Skin-
Chattanooga, Tenn., Hamilton John- < on the question of the surrender of regard to his encounter with government. This list of publications' sentatives and diplomats may be in- ner, Dunedin.
son, Jackson, Miss., W. B. Williams |, Scutari by Montenegro. Senator Davis yesterday, Representative covers a wide range of subjects, and vited. The future course of interna- The program of this afternoon will
& Company, St. Petersburg, Fla., Bryan Austria has been asked to await the! Floyd said today: I many valuable books are issued at a tional controversy be mapped out by include the following topics:
& Company, Jacksonville, Fla., i result until Monday's meeting before "My-brother-in-law slapped m? face remarkably small cost. Among other the decision of this council. Mr. Bryan Ornamental Vines, Their Cultiva-
Porter & Boyd, Charlotte, N. C., Isaac )I issuing her ultimatum. three years ago on acount of epigram, things, scores of legal works relatingto halting for a speech at the St. tion and Propagation, John Schnabel,
Mishler, Chattanooga, Tenn. In many I It is believed in diplomatic circles a pilot commissioner knocked me on federal courts and constitutional Louis Peace Conference, Saturday, Florida Experimental Station.
of the important items of construction II here tonight that the speedy and sat the nose last. year on account of an questions, are published at the big will reach Washington Monday. On Ornamentals, H. Nehrling, Gotha;
there was a wide difference of figures, isfactory solution of the Balkan situation expressed surmise. A stranger slappedme government printery. They are boundin his arrival, the conference will be call Mrs. Marian A. McAdow, Punta Gor-
will be found at the next meet- in the face Thanksgiving Day on paper, and the most expensive work ed.
while on others, there were but small da; Mrs. F. M. Loughlin, Orlando;
difference.On ing of the ambassadors. It is not be- account of an hypothesis, a State Sen- rarely costs over twenty cents. Washington has information that Prof. Charles T. Simpson, Little River -
construction of Disposal Plans, lieved that Austria Hungary will undertake ator hit me on the head yesterday on The general public is not familiar immediately upon the departure of Mr. ; John Schnabel, Gainesville.
the bids were by: Porter & Boyd, I the independent invasion of account of a remark privileged by with the law requiring that these gov- Bryan, the California Legislature will Report of secretary, E. 0. Painter.
Southern Asphalt & Construction Co., Albania and Montenegro before Monday legislative precedent, now if the governor ernment publications shall be distrib- pass the amended Webb bill. The Report of treasurer, W. S. Hart.
and Hamilton Johnson.On I at least. would kindly kick me, I could uted at cost, and, singularly enough Japanese consul a San Francisco has Report of Executive committee
get five nice affidavits that I am comparatively few lawyers throughout been induced to cable '
well t ds were made by: The ;, a immediatelythe Prof. P. H. Rolfs, chairman.
Ohio Well drilling Co., of Jackson- hands during the construction of this I harmless lunatic." t the country are aware of this pro- verbatim text of the bill to Tokio.It Election of officers.
ville at $32' 5 for three wells and F. J.' sewer work and during the hot sum- One of the most important transactions vision. is thought here that Saturday will Selection of next place of meeting
Rahen & r J., of Orlando, $4982. mer weather, and all of the Councilwere that has occurred in relationto : The book brokers have capitalizedthe witness the unusual interesting situa- Necrology report, E. S. Hubbard;.
After the bids were read and re-* of like opinion and said that pub- the drainage of the fiverghdes is ignorance of the public, more especially tion in concurrent consideration on Edgar A. Wright, Tampa.
corded, they were on motion referredto lic health was of first importance and that between the trustees d the International the lawyers who are anxiousto that day of the California land law in Report of committee on legislation,.
the sewer committee and City En- that the small cost of screens was of Improvement Fund and stock their law libraries with the Washington and Tokio. Adminis- M. E. Gillett Tampa; E. 0. Painter
gineer Ramsey, with instructions to ]minor importance to good health. The the Board of Drainage Commissionersand latest works issued by the government trative power of both nations will Jacksonville; G. L Taber, Glen St.:
report to a special meeting of the : ordinance Committee will take the Isham Randolph, an eminent en- simultaneously consider the essential Mary; I. A. Stewart, DeLand; 0. W.
Council tonight at which time a bid matter in charge.In gineer of Chicago and the J. G. White The brokers secure from the gov- point whether or not the law violates Conner, Tangerine; E: H. Mote, Lees-
will either be accepted, or all rejected.The this connection, Dr. W. C. Person Engineering Corporation of New ernment printing office bulletins of the American-Japanese conventionnow burg.
York, in which a commission of emi- the late publications. Then they circularize in force. The White House
Sentinel man is not as quick' City Health Officer, submitted a saw Tonight's session begins at 8 o'clock
in figures as the engineers present,'report showing the condition of healthat nent engineers of national.rep tation, <<.:.the country with their "bar. no ambassador or diplomat today. Vis and the program is as follows:
but according to his pencil marks, the present time in Orlando, but urged is to be organized as the Everglades gains" in books. For the sum of one count Chinda and John Bassett Moore Planting for Ornamental Effect,
sum total of the figures would show;i I the importance of getting rid of all engineering commission to make a 'dollar, they wil send to any address, held the only official conference of the stereopticon lecture by Prof. Frank A.
the lowest bid to total about $76,000, I I conditions that will breed mosquitoesand complete and comprehensive report on'postpaid the United States bankruptcy day. Waugh, Amherst, Mass.
and the next lowest bid about $89,000.I I' flies and the Council will make the drainage of the Everglades, the laws, or the official edition of the Music.
Th he were about three representatives |I an effort to remove all breeding outlining of a drainage system and; new rules of practice in the courts BASEBALL RESULTS IN THE BIG The influence of Soil and Fertilizeron
there for each firm bidding and I places. determining the cost thereof.It I of equity of the United States, as pro- LEAGUESI Citrus Fruits, a stereopticon lecture
made a full house of interested specta- : The report of Plumbing Inspector is reported that the commissionis ; mulgated by the United States su- by S. E. Collinson, chemist, Florida -
McIntosh I showed that his inspections to be composed of Isham Randolph,(, : preme court, for fifty cents, they will I I Special to The Se-: Experiment Station.
tors.Porter & Boyd, who was consider-''I!and permits had brought nearly twiceas chairman; Marshall 0 .Leighton, representing -'I send an indexed pocket edition of the I NationalPhiladelphia Fertilizers, Prof. S. E. Collison,
much his salary the J. G. White Engineering'United I States constitution, or for $5 1; New York, 0.
able higher than all the others, asked as amounts to. Gainesville; W. M. Atwater, Quay; C.
'! Corporation and Edmund T. Perkins. I[they will send that most valuable Brooklyn, 4 Boston, 2.
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leave to take up their certified check Thus the wisdom of having a plumb- j H. Cresson, City Point; E. S. Wil-
and bid, but the Council thought ad- 'ing inspector is clearly demonstrated, The negotiations have been carried lication-the Indian hand book, an encyclopedia Pittsburg, 7; St. Louis, 9. liams, Fort Pierce.
visable to hold all checks and bids un [I for the city is getting better plumbing on for sometime between well known!i of Indian affairs. Chicago, 4; Cincinnati, 8.
til the matter was finally dispose, of. and the office more than pays out. J. G. White Corporation and the trustees -'I The prices seem alluring to the per- American. CLAIM SLAVERY EXISTS.:
All bidders then retired and the II According to the financial state- who have been maknig nquiryfor sons wanting the books. They jump at Boston, 8; Washington, 2. Special to the SentinelWashington
Council settled down to regular bus- ment, the city has to its credit at this membership of the proposed com- the "bargains" and they get what Detroit, 5; Chicago, 8. D. C., May 1.-A res-
iness. time the sum of $14,232.14.The mission of the highest professional they pay for, and get it without delay. St. Louis, 1; Cleveland, 3. olution calling upon the war department
Engineer Ramsey was instructedand clerk was instructed to order standing and of greatest experiencein Few of the buyers ever discover that Ne wYork, 2; Philadelphia, 4. to inform the Senate to what
authorized to employ a man to six car loads of shell to be used in the paricular work contemplatedthat they have been "stung" and more of- South Atlantic extent, if any, slavery exists in the
renumber dwellings and places of business I hard-surfacing the street leading to the work when completed will be I I ten than not they have boosted the Jacksonville, 7; Macon, 1. Phillipine islands, was adopted this
in the city as the present num- I the cemetery. This shell costs $25 out of the highest order that the best!I game of the Washington book brok- Albany, 5; Charleston, 1. afternoon at the instance of Senator
bering is very inaccurate.J. per car, f. o. b. Orlando and makes talent of this country can produce. ers. Savannah, 2; Columbus, 1. Borah. The Idaho Senator read a letter -
Van Buskirk presented a peti- I good streets. from Dean C. Worcester, Secre-
tion to the Council asking that his I The sewer proposition is the important WILL TESTIFY AGAINST PUGIL- CALIFORNIA BILL TO BE PASSED College BaseballAt tary of the Interior for islands, stat-
salary as assistant City Clerk be in- work before the city now and Engineer 1ST. I I TODAY Ft. Smith: R. H. E. ing that slavery did exist in some of
creased. He now receives $60 per 1! Ramsey and the Sewer Com- Mississippi University .3 8 1 the islands and that the Phillipine assembly
month. Mr. Boone, who now receives I mittee have a hard summer's work Special to the Sentinel.Washington I Special' to the Sentinel Arkansas University . .7 13 1 failed to extend the antislavery
$100 per month, also asked for a raise.I before them. D. C., May 1.-Belle Sacramento, Cal., May 1.-Though At Princeton, N. J.Virginia' laws to cover all the islands of
Councilmen Hollnd and Gwynne The matter of appraising real_ es- Schreiber, the alleged common law I the state senate today postponed the . . ... . .6 9 3 the Archipelago.
thought that the city could not affordto I' tate is important and the city clerk wife of Jack Johnson, left Washington passage of the anti-alien land bill un- Princeton . . .. . .1 6 5
raise salaries at this time, while' should be relieved of that duty and today for Chicago in the custody of til tomorrow, the poll of the upper 1 FILIPINO BASEBALL TEAM .
:Mr/ Sims thought the clerk and his some competent man, who will be impartial two special agents of the departmentof house shows that when the vote was LEVEE WIDENS AT VIDALIA, LA. "
assistant earned more money. Messrs. and in no wise connected with justice to be present there Mondayat taken, it.',will pass by almost unani- Manila, P. 1., May 1.-A crack all-
Holland and Gwynne thought that inasmuch -I the City Council 'should be employed the trial of the black fighter on mous vote.Senator. Vidalia, La., May 1.-The crevasse Filipino baseball team composed of
as Mr. Boone had, for the to do that work. two indictments alleging violations of Leroy A. Wright, of San i in the main line of the Mississippi fourteen of the fastest players in the
past three or four years, been en-I the Mann white slave act. The pro-I Diego, was the only senator who open- River levee, near Gibson's Landing, Philippines; left Manila today, for;! a
gaged in selling fruit trees and fer-1 Physician's Report. duction of the Schrieber woman will ly declared his opposition. had widened this morning to half a tour of.Japan and the United States.
tilizer on his own account, while act-'I Orlando, Fla., May 1st, 1913. be a trump card of the government.She Secretary of State Bryan put in a mile, emptying an immenSe. volume of The aggregation. .: of athletes is under
ing as City Clerk, that his pay was To the Hon. Mayor and City Councilof will testify, it is declared, that busy day? 'Governor Johnson took him the flood waters over the rich farming the"management of 'Director' Alejandro
ample and that without these private Orlando, Fla.: the pugilist employed her to establish down to' Florin to view the Japanese lands of Concordia and adjoining:par Albert, Team Manager, E. F. Wfl
duties, the Clerk's duties could be per- Gentlemen- The sanitary condition resorts in several cities throughoutthe colony in action during the morning. ishes. lets and Advance Agent, Arthur E.
formed within the regular hours. But I of the city is ,reasonably good at United States. When he got back, he sent for members The engineers, in an effort to prevent McCann.
trees : The health ------- of the demnrratiV minnritv Kv further crumbling of the broken The calls for about twelve
!h Boone said that selling and present. of the city dur- -- -- ---- y "0/ program
fertilizer in no wise interfered with (*ing the past month has been good. health authorities, but I consider it ones and twos and discussed the pro- ends of the gap, placed a huge tarpaulin games in Japan with the leadir.g col
his official duties and that he worked One case of typhoid fever was re an imperative duty to protect the pub- posed bill in a general way. Gov- over the north end of the torn leges. One game in Hawaii, en route,
every night until ten or eleven o'clock. ported. No other cases of infectious lic from endemic malaria. ernor Johnson appealed to directly by line this morning, and will attemptthe and about fifty games in the United
The matter of raising these sal- or contagious diseas has been reported. Malaria was practically unknown I Pres'ident.i1son. sent back a message greater task of tieing the lower States with class &;C" and "D" league '
aries was referred to the finance com- here a few years ago, but it is surely declaring that he intended to' stand end during the day. teams, the fastest semi-pros and college -
mittee to report as soon as possible.It There has been quite an epidemicof i increasing and if our mosquitoes become [pat. teams.
was decided to enforce all speed measels, whooping cough and I infected, it will become endemic.I FUNERAL OF J. A. KIRKWOODThe The natives have made wonderful
ordinances against the railroad com- mumps prevailing all winter, but I think, gentlemen, this is a SUb-!I AVIATORS HAVE NARROW ES- strides in the progress of the national
panies and it is likely that there will know of no fatalities from them. ject for your earnest consiJeration; CAPE. funeral of Sheriff James A.' game and the managers of this team
be some offending conductors up be- There js danger of our city becoming you must drain all marshes, destroyall I I Kirkwood will be held at the Kirk- are confident that their boys will
fore His Honor ere long. infected with malaria and every pre- breeding grounds of mosquitoesand Hempstead, L. I., May 1.-Several wood home on Gore Avenue this afternoon make a creditable showing.
The ordinance for screening fruits caution should be taken to stamp it put larvae-eating types of min aviators'and mechanics had narrow at 4 o'clock. Dr. J. W. Stagg, Although the members of this team
and vegetables was discussed and it out nows in your lakes that will feed on] escapes today when five of the big who was Mr. Kirkwood's close friend are all Filipinos no two of them speakthe
was decided to add meats to the list That is only possible by destroying the larvae deposited around the lake hangers on Hempstead Plains avia- and pastor will be the minister in same language, so they are obliged -
and then enforce the ordinance requiring -!mosquitoes and screening sick pa- shore.I I tion fields were destroyed by fire. Five charge. to speak in a tongue other than
all foods exposed for sale to tients who are infected with malaria, do not think the fly problem can I of the aeroplanes were burned. The Pall Bearers are as follows: B.M. their own in order to carry on a conversation -
be screened against flies and the so as to present further: infection of be coped with until the sewerage : Robinson, Judge William Martin, among themselves.All .
touch of dirty fingers. In this con- mosquitoes and in turn infection of system is completed.Free 1 TWO BURN TO DEATH IN HOTEL S. A. Johnson, H. T. Butler, it 0. communications should be addressed
nection, Mr. Holland made some inter- more people.By the town from mosquitoes and Brown, T. H. Evans, C. A. Camp- to Arthur E. McCann, advanee-
esting and pointed remarks, concern- strict attention to detail and flies and you will make Orlando the Oswego, N.: Y., May 1.-Two men bell, L. G. Starbuck, D. W. Prescottand agent, All-Filipino Baseball Team,.
ing the manner in which meats were careful persistent effort, the commun Mecca of Health Resorts. were burned to death and three fatal- W. L Dolive. care of "San Francisco Examiner'
handled by prospective customers.Mr. ity can be freed from malarial infec W. C. PERSON, ly injured in a fire which partly destroyed Interment in the Orlando cemetery. San Francisco, Cal., until July 1, and
Sims said that he regardedit tion. That would be our greatest City Physician. the Healey House. The V:*:- after that date to the "Sporting New
of great importance that foods be health asset The plan necessarily tims were trapped in their rooms on Inirus your property with Curtis Charles C. Spink & Sons," Tenth and
screened against the fly and dirty involves expense to the sick and to the Subscribe for the Sentinel the top floor. & O'Neal, reliable companies. Olive Streets, St. Louis,.Ho, "



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out the ill effects hitherto considered that we have formed a partnership under the New Suits
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obliged to traverse surfaces of considerable Real Estate and Insurancebusiness
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mouth of the smoker, thereby losing and are centrally located in a ground floor office at No.
perforce a large part of its toxic elements
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used unfailingly and :gularly cleaned Millinery), where we will be pleased to meet all our old friends
with care, greatly diminishes the ARE SHOWING A BEAUTIFUL ASSORTMENT OF
amount of nicotine and other deleter and to make new ones. SILKS AND SATINS, ALL COLORS, DRESS GOODSIN
ious elements which can reach the
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further in first aid to the smoker. : SEASONS BEST AND LATEST CREATIONS, AND
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Those statesmen who cry so glibly This demonstration came in the mid-
for war to preserve national honor dle of a programme of songs, dances NewIN JUST RECEIVEDA
and assert that nothing but a strong and speeches. The children-the boys Everything
with red flowers in their and
armament will preserve international lapels
peace are not reading the signs of the the girls wearing red sashes or with CAR LOAD OF LIMESPECIAL
times correctly.The red knots in their hair-were the

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The American people have pro- CHINA'S APPEAL TO CHRISTENDOM Florida Metal Co.
claimed the liberty of man and demonstrated o
the possibility of self-gov-
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ards and taught the world new lessonsof elsewhere, was read the cable- Phone 41.
freedom under the people's rule. gram sent by China's Cabinet I POST OFFICE I
They have broken with the traditionsof Council to Secretary of State Bryan I
the Old World in matters of gov- asking the prayers and good wishes!
erment, will they not also depart from of Christendom on the deliberations I CALL and BE CONVINCED"LOW I
them, for the sake of justice, human- !I of China's first Parliament, which is
ity and in the matters of set- to elect a President for the new Re-
peace EST PRICES ALWAYS"
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We have an abiding faith that they The act is significant and will be-
come historic. The oldest and most
will. Their own welfare and their un- SO GET THE BEST OF
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written obligations to the world require -
it. The new administration, now become its newest republic, a? =iCS
following in the foot steps of its illustrious has at last parted completely with its ; Paints and Wall Paper
predecessor, has already pro- traditions that come down from times Have Vacate this
claimed its intention to lead, and if beyond recorded profane history, andno MonthAm 1 1I I
its plans are adopted it will in all longer marking time has set out 1I THE 1912 WALL PAPER IN SAMPLESIS
probability signify both the end of resolutely on its march of progress I GRAND AND I WILL BE PLEASEDTO
war and the dawn of an era when, in to take its proper place among the
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scepter of leadership in this great its prayers and active help. Any three ties in the house for $too GEO. A. BARKER PHONE 268
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do much toward disarming hos-
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South Florida Sentinel makes one-hesitate to try to refute Hugo Munsterberg-, in the current

HORNING AND WEEKLY the charge of the Republican North American Review, writes of experiments -
party that democrats are likely to to test men psychologicallyfor
Entered at the pott office at Orlando play the fool at a critical time. Thereare their ability to judge and decide
florid as Second Glut Mail Matter.
some papers, particularly in New rapidly and accurately. The specific
SUBSCRIPTION RATES : York, and certain "interests" opposed application of the tests has been for
0 to tariff revision that are alarm- naval service and in the article, "Psy When You Choosea
THE DAILY SENTINEL ists; and there are some in the rank chology and the Navy," the discussionis
One year .....................$5.00 and file of the Democratic party who upon this subject."Experience .
Six Months ................... 2.50 thereare for which mankind has
are faint hearted, but happily
Three Months eo.eo eo..!eo eo eo eo 1.25 where Prof. Gift of
one hundred optimists to dearly paid, says Munsterberg, JewelryTHEN
there is one faint hearted.It "has shown that there are two typesof
67 news carrier in Orlando, (0 maY per
month Daily szi Sunday. is to these faint hearted that men who utterly fail. One type

The Orlando Morning Sentinel can be found ,we wish to address ourselves. They becomes paralyzed under pressure of
.a sale in Orlando at Corita 4 O'Neal' Book ne not on the farm and they are not the sudden responsibility. The feel-
Store. conducting healthy businesses, but ing that a decision must be quickly YOU JUKE A LASTING GIFT THAT MUST
We will appreciate prompt complaint if many of them are engaged in making reached inhibits in mm every impulseto BEAR EVERY TEST OF TIME AND JUDGMENT AND
delivery Is not properly made by our carriers. trades depending on the direction of action, his mind comes to a standstill TASTE. WHEN YOU SELECT FROM THE STOCK OF

Aderrtulng rate will be furnished on ap- the Vind, and consequently like the I ; before he reaches any decision EVANS YOU ARE SECURE. FOR HERE EVERY PIECE,
.Ikatkm. deer of the Florida prairies they are at all the chances are gone and the EVEN THE MEREST TRIFLE-IS CHOSEN BY EXPERTS
THE WEEKLY SENTINEL constantly sniffing the wind for danger disaster can no longer be averted. -
For year by man pottage paid .......$1.00 signals. The other type instantly opens the WHOSE KNOWLEDGE AND TASTE HAVE WON
jUUrcu THE SENTINEL, Orlando Florida. What were the conditions in this channels of motor discharge, but the RECOGNITION.THE .
Office lot Court Street Arcade Building
Phone Z4 country when the democrats came flood of impulses rushes into any BEAUTY, THE STYLE, THE WORKMANSHIP,
into power. The Roosevelt and Taft chance course and a haphazard result, ARE ALWAS THE BEST.EVANS1 .
J. F. SCHUMANN, Editor. administrations were continuously engaged a foolish decision, or an unconsidered,
JOSIAH FERRIS Proprietor. in trying to overcome the hasty action is the outcome." FAIR AND MODERATE PRICES ARE AS FAMOUS -
stench in the nostrils of the American The right man, Munsterberg con- AS EVANS1 BEAUTIFUL AND EXCLUSIVE DESIGNS

FRIDAY, MAY 2ND, 1913. people brought about by the great tfflues, is of a third type, which, under COMPARISON OF VALUES INVITED.
trusts of this country in conductinga the pressure of danger, without loss
Wisdom always knows when to systematic process of legalized rod of time, coolly chooses the attitudethe
quit. bery, which was made legal by the man would take if he had time for
0 protective tariff. deliberation. The inquiry made of

Most of us get what we deserve, No country in the history of the the psychologists is: Can the men be
but only the successful will admit it. race has had uncovered festeringsores classified before the emergency arises -
o sapping the national life as or must a loss of life determine

St. Paul women are preparing for a have been uncovered in this countryin whether the right type of personality T. U. Evans the
State-wide equal suffrage campaign. the last eight years. This should was in command? JewelerOPPOSITE

o- give the people pause.A ,
The secret of some men's popularity few years ago a statistician FARMERS OR GAMBLERSOn

is that they never try to force it published a table showing the wealthof the eve of sailing for Europe to POST OFFICE
on you. the millionaires of this country. investigate foreign farmers' credits,I
o They were: Senator Fletcher of Florida said: EXPERT REPAIRING AND ENGRAVING.
Tact is the art of making other 200 persons withJO million. "Every autumn in New York the

people think they know more than 400 persons with 10 million. money, under the present banking sys-
you do. 1000 persons with 5 million. tem, is carried in never-ending flow
o 2000 persons with 2% million. to the. speculative markets of the
Nature is all right, but a good 6000 persons with 1 million. country, choked up and held away "'IiIS
dressmaker often renders it valuable Over 1400 of these were citizens of from the farmers."
assistance. New York City. Less than 25000 peo- The Farmers' Commission which is

o ple possess more than half the wealthof to make this inquiry will find abroadno SILK S
Brotherly love is more perfectly this country. country of Qmportance, not even
exemplified by performance than by Charles B. Spahr startled this England, where the basic industry is TOOKINGSYFor
profession.The country by showing that one per cent subjected to such costly and unmoral
o of the families of the United States discrimination. It will find French

avaragc man feels that he own more than the remaining ninety- farmers paying 4 3-10 per cent and
could bear our burdens much better nine per cent. less, though the rate must rise if war
than his own. These enormous and alarmist inequalities taxation and war alarms continue. Itwill J- .
0 show the inevitable tend- find Danish farmers prosperousand Day ( fli

The person with the most confi- ency in America unless the democratic progressive, with easy money, cooperation _
dence in himself has the most confidence party can come to the rescue and over and scientific aid. Should
and
in others. throw the tariff. it go so far, it will find even the J.f
o It cannot be gainsaid, that this con- lettered fellahin of Egypt, with their 1
Perhaps the members of our State dition could not obtain had it not primitive waterwheel irrigation and
Legislature hope to be rememberedfor been for the inequity of the protective rude haid culture, enjoying loans at EveningWear
what they have not done. tariff. The result is that the sober, rates which the most scietific American
o hard thinking American, whether farmer cannot touch.
Things would be mighty dull in democrat or republican has come to The reasons for this disheartening

this old world, if some were not will- regard the Underwood Tariff Bill, now contrast are complex. Among themis '
ing to do more than their share.A pending in the Congress of the Unit- the fact that in no other great
Q ed States, as the only measure safe- country than ours is the Stock Exchange -
man who had four aces beaten guarding the individual citizen.It a lawless institution outsideof
by a straight flush called the police, is frankly admitted, by the most public control; in no other is the
making the second bad call of the extreme journals, that there will be gambler always preferred to the Our Personal Guarantee
episode.If no panic under democratic rule, but farmer in the field of finance.NewYork
0 it is argued that business and wages World.
will suffer. Now ? If last Accompanies Every Pair
you save your money you will why year'sbumper \\ \
be called a "tightwad." If you scat- crop is repeated business will THE COMPARATIVE FIGHTING
ter it you will be referred to as a become more active, in our judgment, STRENGTH OF MONTENEGROAND
"spendthrift." than it was in 1912. The crops last AUSTRIAThe

o 0 year gave a high degree of prosperityfrom courage and determination of Marion B. Ives
The spoils of yar among the Bal- one end of the country to the Montenegro in holding out against
kan contestants are apt to becomeas other and so it will be this year, with Austria even at the point of the bayonet -
dangerous as the toils of peace like crop conditions. may be seen from the following
under tyranical rule. Reports from the winter wheat belt I statement:

o are even more satisfactory now than As a military power, Austria, of EXCLUSIVE MILLINERY PARLORSSecond
Some folks imagine they are impressing they were this time a year ago. Cot- course, hoplessly outranks the little
you with their strict atten- ton planting in the South is four Balkan Kingdom of Montenegro. Not
tion to duty when they are merely weeks ahead of what it was last year. only is Montenegro over shadowed by Floor
making grouches of themselves.A The corn crop bids fair to exceed that her formidable enemy in a militarysense
of 1912. So it is
likely the farmers
o but in every other way as well.
Kansas college has inaugurateda will add more to the wealth of this Following is a tabled comparison of
country than in previous -------
class in "Anti-fussing. Would that any year. the two countries: -
Orlando could receive a few schol- What is the use to talk about the MontenegroField
GREEN FRUIT LAWIt
arships for some of her citizens not tariff as a scare-crow? Will not the forces in time of war, 40- MMMIIIMMIIMMIIiltlMM .
yet too old to go to school. American people learn now that this 000 to 50,000, now probably reducedto
is the method of certain "interests"to will pay ornage growers of this
o about
30,000 or 35,000 because of
That these is a well organized effort prevent righteous legislation? Howis the war with Turkey. county to scan well any proposed leg- MOBILE BULLETINThese B
among the money mongers to discredit a wage earner benefitted, who receives Navy none. islation on the subject of green fruit.
the tariff policy of this admin $3.00 a day, over a wage earner Area, 3,630 English square miles. This county can not afford to havea
istration and hamper the business interests who receives $2.00 a day, when Length, 100 miles. law passed that will hamper themin
the former, under conditions the sale of their fruits during
of the present ,
country no longer remains Maximum width, 80 miles.
a doubt. has to pay half of a day's earning to Population about 250,000. Thanksgiving and Christmas season.
get enough to feed his The acid test is not always reliable.
o meat family, Austria Hungary are bargains in rebuilt cars. Each one U
There will undoubtedly be some! while with the protection withdrawn Filed forces in time of war, 764- The growers of Florida want and guaranteed to be in firstclass condition is
from the need law for the and it will fully equipped
mourning over bills that fail to be- meat trust, the man receiv- 000 to 850,000, of which 514,000 tire a grower
come laws at this session of the legis- ing the smaller wage could buy "troops of the line," or thoroughly not do to permit some particular interest and ready to run.
lature, and it is equally certain that enough meat to feed a family with trained men. This does not include or locality to dictate the law.
25 cents? It is possible to get a general law
there will be some weeping over laws troops assigned to Russian and Turk-
In that in most will be fair to all
that are passed.A our judgment the Underwood part
ish frontiers
or garrisons of forts, "
o competitive tariff is not alone right- Ersatz parties and this is what we should 1 1912 Studebaker 30" four-passenger, extra tire
troops, Royal guards, or any
man in Minnesota at the age of eous, but it is going to bring liberty portion of the Landstrum. have. and rim. Hartford shock absorbers, etc. $600.
ninety years has applied for admission to the American people in that thing Navy, mainly for coast defense.
to the Hamline University of where liberty is most needed: viz: Austria recently purchased 12 armor- RESPECT OUR DEAD I
that State that he may take the degree control by accumulated wealth. Dem- clads of 5,000 to 10,000 tons. She has
of doctor of philosophy. And ocracy says, fair wages for fair labor, ..; "
i about 5 modern battleships, 3 ar- 1 1910 Studebaker 30" five-passenger, fully equip-
discrimination in Mr. W. T. Chapman, at present
yet, there are boys at sixteen too favor of none. I mored cruisers, 12 submarines, five
is be- ped. $400.
I road superintendent
serving as
smart for school.It .
second class cruisers, six third class
CALIFORNIA'S INCONSISTANCY I ing put forward by his friends for
o cruisers, nineteen torpedo boat des-
is now well settled that if Cali- That bunch of men In Californiawho troyers, eighty-three topedo boats, exclusive the appointment of Sheriff. Mr.
fornia persists in her efforts to draw are shaking their fists under the of the Danube flotillas. In Chapman says that he appreciates the
this efforts of his friends in his behalf, and 1 Moilel 10 Buick, repainted and rebuilt, $300.
country into complications with nose of Japan, and telling Uncle Sam 1910 the navy consisted of 817 officers
Japan that several states will with- to keep his hands off as it is a States and cadets, 671 machinicians, engi- would be glad to receive the appoint-
hold their support from the Cali- rights question and that the nation neers, doctors, etc., and 13,400 sailors. ment but that he will decline to
fornia Exposition of 1915, which after has nothing to say in the matter, Population, 28,567,898. make any effort in that direction un-
all is a California advertising scheme. must have been born in South Caro- til after Mr. Kirkwood's burial.In SAN JUAN GARAGE11'11111'I.elllllllltlllllllllll'lllllllllllllllllll
I this action he certainly shows
o I LUCERNE THEATRE.
Now that the days are growing lina.But why censure South Carolinafor I Saturday May 3rd, Detective Wm. good judgment and a proper respect
longer and work grows more plentiful, holding to a doctrine that California I J. Burns, in the, "Exposure of the :for the family and friends of the de-
the birds and flowerssays an agri- is now promulgating. Let us Land Swindlers. In three parts, sur- ceased sheriff who was his friend.
cultural paper. That depends upon be consistent, brethren.No rounded by an all star cast. Miss There is nothing that demands
the farmer boy gets,inspirations from Alice Joyce, the premier motion pic- activities along this line before the .
whether he gets up early enough to Cordelia, the matches made in ture actress of the world featured in funeral of our deceased townsman, READ THE SENTIEL
milk the covrs.If he dosen't, he gets heaven are never used for the purposeof this marvelous production.One and it certainly will show proper respect -
something besides inspiration. lighting cigarettes. day only.. I to wait.

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Our Daily arrivals of Dry Goods, Ready to Wear Garments,]1 I Fancy Striped Serento Cloth, 25c yard. QUEEN QUALITY AND SOROSIS SHOES FOR WOMENAre

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

"UP-TO-THE-MINUTE/' i 40c a yard (samples free to out of town customers)
We are in the unique position of having both these reliable linesto

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

cannot fail to make note of and having madea
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purchaser a Made on Parisian Models, beautiful lacey effects, and handsome been augmented by the arrival of a large line of White Canvas,
note of them, an inspection is sure to follow. We endeavor to
crochet designs.. Also designs in combination embrodieries, White Buck, and White Kid Shoes and Pumps, in the latest New
keep up with the trend of the season as close as we possibly can.
I exceptional values at $1.00, $1.25 and $1.50. York styles at $2.00 to $4.00 the pair.
DRY GOODS

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New Weaves and colorings in Silk Mixtures and Tub Silksat

35c to $1.50 per yard. I This department is more complete than ever, embracing as it Our line of this justly popular shoes, is better than ever now,

does the newest colorings and weaves, so fashionable at the present as we have just received several new lasts that we have never
The new Siam Pongee in smart colorings @ 18c yard. \
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. I
I CORSETS in Men's Shoes. They are "GUARANTEED" and there are n0
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. I'goods I in all sizes and styles. $1.00 to $3.00. :1 WE WILL. ._---"--- ._ .
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Mr. Mahlon Gore went to DeLand Leave your pocket boocks at home, MR. CARL KUHL GOES NORTHMr. OVIEDO ITEMS. I enjoying their new Ford touring car.

yesterday to attend the State Horti- but hear Mcllvaine, Sunday, 3 p. m.I The special revival services at the

THE TUNER cultural meet. Free lecture at The Grand Theatre. .t Carl Kuhl, who has been in the Oviedo, April 30.The Woman'sClub Methodist church, conducted by the

ORLANDO.FLA.Mr. !employ of John Rowland for the past has resumed work on the side- pastor, Rev. Hope, are being well at-
Mr. and Mrs. D. F. Rundell, of Among the guests arriving at the four years has resigned and left last tended and much interest is being
Lake The
I walk
on Jersey avenue.
Randolph, N. Y., are in Orlando, San Juan last night, were Messrs. Arthur night for New York City, where he and the manifested. Numbers of people from
work is
progressing rapidly
I guests of the San Juan. Russell, Terres Russell and Dun I will take a course in aviation. the Geneva church, of which Rev.
walk looks very a---"*:i'o.
H. C. Montague, of Tampa. is can Milliken, of Bowling Green, Ky. Carl is a good boy and has staid Hope is also pastor, have been frequently
in Orlando today on business.Mr. I Seats free and no collection. Hear right by his work and saved his Mrs. H. B. McCall is visiting her I coming up to these services,

I Mcllvaiitf at The Grand Theatre, Sun- Our friends, our neighbors, the Holy money so that he now has money to parents at Lakeland. ,[ and they are always gladly received.Dr. .

C. W. Parker, of Pensacola, is day, 3 p. m., "Where are the Dead?" the unholy, the civilized, the vile- pay his own way in getting this tech- Mr. Edward McChesney is here!' C. C. Thayer and daughter, and

a late arrival at the san Juan. Where are the Dead? Free lecture 1! nical education. There are but few from California looking after his orange I Mrs. Thayer, have returned to their

Mr. Green Cannon, of Jacksonville, at The Grand'1'heatre, Sunday, 3 p. m. young men who show such pluck and property. He will probably be I Northern home at North Dana, Mass.,
is spending today in Orlando in the thrift. I in this vicinity for some time. I having just spent several months at

"Where are the Dead free lectureat I interest of the Baker-Holmes Com One of the most attractive cam- Be it said to his credit also that he Mrs. Robinson of Geneva has been I II Lake Charm.
The Grand Theatre, Sunday, 3 m.
p. I pany. paigns of advertising now running in has been studying at home for the the guest of Mrs. J. C. Marshal for

I this paper is that of the White Clover ;past two years and will have many several days. II Must Be the Work of
an Enemy.
Mr. S. 0. Chase, of Jacksonville,'i!I Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Eldredge, of Flour, a fully guaranteed product,,!I points to his credit when he enters the Dr. C. C. Thayer and Hon. J. H. Lee Petition ought to have Henry Lane
in Orlando bus- I!I
spent yesterday on i Crawfordsville, Ind., returned to their distributed by the Peninsular Naval great school where aircrafty is were transacting business in Orlando i Wilson retained as Ambassador to

iness.A I i home city yesterday. They are among Stores Co., of Tampa, and sold by I j!taught. Saturday.Miss I Mexico.-New York Telegram.

lour regular winter guests. readers will give this flour a fair I!I! Carl is made of the material that 1 Helen Lawton was shoppingin I
movement is on foot to have forty M I
trial. brought fame to the Wright boys ol: Sanford Wednesday.Mr. I Not
I Why Have Municipal Arks?
acres of strawberries planted near! Andrew E. Smith of St. Paul, Minn., Dayton, Ohio, and the Sentinel expects M. M. Drawdy, assistant agent The of Noah
i story was never more
Taft this fall i is in Orlando for a few days stay and The membership of the First Bap- : to see him prove himself to the'I at the A. C. L depot, is off on a two I impressive, especially his foresight.-

i, will .go to points further south return- tist CHurch are well plased with the,I world. week's vacation, looking after his cat- St. Louis Globe-Democrat.
Mr. J. H. Estes, the hardware mer- ': ing to Orlando in about three weeks.I work of Rev. Paulson, who has come I The well wishes of his Orlando I tle and orange industry on the East
chant of Taft in Orlando
was
I 0 to them for a few weeks revival services i friends go with him. i'! Coast. I The One Real Infallible Sign.

business yesterday. I A letter from Col. S. H. Alleman,requesting lIe is a sincere Christian man| The h me of Mr. and Mrs. B. Kuhl I Mr. A. Nelson has just completed Reports in the press that the priceof

who has the I change in address states thaJMrs. and a strong preacher. His work j ion huh Avenue will be rather lonesome -1 I the addition of a room to his house, coal has dropped while the price of
H. Calder
Mr. C. spent !I! Alleman is seriously ill. This here will solidify the church and give without Carl.PUBLIC i which adds greatly to the comfort and
ice has soared leads to
one assume
six months in Orlando left
past yesterday will be unpleasant news to their host I pleasure of the family.
; new hope and renewed energy and the j that spring is indeed here.-Chicago
his home in
for Virginia.
!''of friends in Orlando. church will move forward in its efforts SCHOOLS Rev. Sinclair is here from Georgia, Record-Herald.

for moral and religious uplift in the i as a guest of the Howards.Mrs. .
Mr. Thos. H. Cole, of St. Louis, Mo.,: Mr. A. J. Adams, who has been I community. T. J. Weston is out again after -
arrived in Orlando last night. He i There is but four weeks of school THE ACME TOUCH.In .
visiting with his friend, S. G. Dolive, her painful, but luckily not serious i
is a guest at the San Juan. left for the left and the school year will have been the course of my work and experiments -
yesterday East Coast, Automobile and dress gloves at half accident. j
It is not alone the important
completed. -
i i where he will visit a few days before price. CLARK ROBERTSON. Mr. W. I. Hollenback, wife and with pianos, I have discovered
Mr. C. R. Corwin, who has been in :, departing for the Pacific Coast. 4.29 3tJames but the trying four weeks of daughter, left Saturday for their II a means of action adjustmentfor

the city for some time, returned to : the year. Teachers and scholars 1 home at Katskill, N. Y., after a very upright pianos that brings the action -
home Haworth Tenn. have been on high tension for long to the highest of
his
at 'ester- I point responsive-
Peter Losha nd Joshua Metzgarof Selegan and Thomas Wymanof pleasant winter at Lake Charm. They I.
months but see the importance of renewed The is
I ness. change
day. unmistakable
Germantown, Pa., are in the city Cincinnati, Ohio, were in the city expect to return early in the fall.
__ __ and extra effort on the last the FEEL
improved of the keys made
looking after building materials for : yesterday and will visit many points Mr. and Mrs. St. George Rathborne I j I I
A number of new houses are being; improvements on the tract of land I in Orange county looking over real lap. of New York, who have been winter- !doubly responsive and pleasing to the
built in the of Pine Lake anda Parents can materially aid the performer. the
vicinity During next three
they recently purchased and which estate. These gentlemen will buy ing at Lake Charm, left Tuesday for I
considerable acreage of Orange teachers by encouraging and aidingthe months, I wish to tune two hundred
: they will set to oranges this fall. somewhere in Florida several hundredacres \ their Northern home. Mr. Rathbtrne
trees will be planted. I, chil45en. I pianos in and around Orlando, and
'is writer
of land which they will sub- a and has written several
The public schools are worthy our i without
good"-- Men and Boy's Pants at half price.I divide into small farms for a company | stories for publications while here. I extra charge, will give all
"Make good printing; best thought and effort. The teachers upright pianos this most delightful
4-29 3t CLARK ROBERTSON.Mr. of men who have tired of city j The new road, which the Orange
it the Sentinel. worthy of our unstinted praise touch
you can get at Facilities life. I ; county road force has been workingon I improvement. Next winter I

for the desired article unequaled!I M. P. Irvine returned last even-I and undivided support. for some time, between Sanford!expect to charge five dollars extra for

in this section. Phone 24. ing from Jacksonville where he attended Mrs. F. E. Treisback, of San Fran- I i and Oviedo, is progressing rapidly I the readjustment independent of the
Was the Only Goat in Sight. I tuning.
; the annual convention of the cisco is in the city visiting friends. now. The Sanford end of the road is
P. B. Likins and family, who have:;I Ambassador Wilson's moral responsibility -I i 6t WADE the tuner.
Florida Master Plumbers' Association She is the very picture of good healthso |:being used regularly, and as the road
been the winter various for the death of Madero i (26
at prob-j
spending ,which was in session in that city for a much so that many of her friends d j I bed is now opened up into Oviedo, the I
points in this county have gone to couple of days this week. did not recognize her on first meeting. ably has been arrived at by the process i I work of grading and finishing will I Shannibarzer'i for bicycle ul
their New Jersey home.G. of elimination, which leaves the i Sundries.
Mrs. Triesback will be rememberedas doubtless move along steadily. : tf
rest morally irresponsible.-Washing- I
Mrs. James F. Watkins, and in her 0WEATlIER The Sunday schools and day schools
j If want to reach the people who
G. Boilinger of Toledo Ohio you ton Post.
,
will combine in their annual It takes a moving van to show
May pic-
girlhood days as Miss Nora Peeler. up
have to spend, do I
and Thomas Wilky are in Orlando fora I money you can so the
Mrs. Freisback has many good friends nic; having it on the last day of the family furniture.
the columns
S
directly through advertising -
REPORT.
few days and will travel over the I
1: of the Sentinel. in the city who are glad to greet her. I day school, May 9, at White's Landing -
state studying soil and conditions.
I I on Lake Jersey. It is customaryfor
I Georgia and Florida-Fair Friday
See display add. the entire neighborhood to come
Subscribe for The Sentinel. Patronize Sentinel advertisers. my and Saturday. I
I 4-29 3t CLARK ROBERTSON. together at these basket picnics, so a Paul A. Horn

I good crowd and a big time is ex

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'IMMMtlHIMIIIMIIIMMItMToday's I B. G. Smith is having a new

I brick store building erected just west REPAIRING A SPECIALTY

H i of the Bank of Oviedo.

I Capt. T. C. Brannon and family are I P. O. Box 624 Orlando, FU.jJIMill .




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I "SUCH AN APPETITE( Comedy) . . . . Lubin
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Wednesday of next week I
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When to Spray.So ttlHtMttttlMttMIMMilMltitiltltiMMHIilM
SPRAYINGDoes
far as the effect of various insecticides -
on the trees and fruit is I"

It ray to Spray Our Citrus concerned it is safe to spray at any THE MARKET

Trees season of the year except during the I
Mr. W: U. Yothers, Assistant Ento- blooming period. If the application!
mologist of the U. S. Bureau of Entomology is made during the winter, it will be
with headquarters in Or- found much more convenient to spray Of Cleanliness Of QualityFRESH

lando, has issued a pamphlet, on the after the removal of the fruit. The
Citrus White Fly and the importanceof insecticide will do no injury to the
AND SALT MEATS
holding them in check, he will glad- fruit itself, but its presence on unwashed I : L''a i (

ly furnish a printed copy to anyone fruit may prove objectionableto FISH AND GAME
on 'request. the consumer. It can also be applied -

The Sentinel, Believing that the during the summer or rainy Kept under the best sanitary conditions.
subject treated in this pamphlet will season, but spring, early fall, or win- f1 A Vacation Hint +

interest many of its readers, will ter applications are preferable in that I J Everything screened away from the flies, and kept fresh
quote liberally from it. the beneficial parasitic fungi are not II Before you buy a railroad ticket

Injury From White Flies affected by the insecticide during \* for this or that summer resort, and pure.
The citrus white fly is an introduced these seasons. come in and look at our MidSummer
We i invite inspection and guarantee satisfaction. ha"ee'er.thing
pest, having been brought to this So far as the effect on the various Woolen line and let us make
country from Asia some time priorto stages of the insects is concerned a cool Summer Outing Suit for in the Meat Line.

1879. Since its introduction it has. spraying may be done at any time. you.We
spread over the entire citrus regionof The white fly is in the tenderest larval make a specialty of Nor- f
the State and westward throughout I stages about two weeks after the disappearance folks and will be pleased to The PARLOR MARKET
the Gulf region. At the present timeit of the adults of the first show you a few of our latest

infests fully 60 per cent of the brood, and if spraying is done at this models.Men's '

groves in Florida. It occurs on some period the insecticide can be used at Fashion r H. M. Self & Co.

19 species of trees and shrubs, the abuot one-half or three-fourths the Shopj

most important hosts being the China usual strength.The J '
trees, Cape jessamine, privet, and various grower should aim to keep the Hand Building m!1 18-20 PINE STREET
species of citrus. Of native white fly below the point where it will Cor. Church and Orange Orlando I

plants the only two which have been do serious damage, and the number of "
reported as being seriously infested I teratments will depend upon the thor- i 1 IllllllllW/ II I 1111 1110 I1II "IIII l Phone No. 80wwyyyyy

are the prickly ash and wild persim i oughness of the work and the abund- .. . . .
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mon. I ance of the insects in the grove at .. . .

s Life History and Habits the time of sprying. One thorough BUSINESS BOOSTERS

In completing its life cycle the citrus spraying is much more effeciive than CLASSIFIED tlMIMMIIIHIMMMMM IHMIIHIHIHIHMIHIIIIIHIIIHIUHIIIn

white fly pases through four I two or three carelessly applied. The Business Boosters (classified adver-

stages, viz, egg, larva, pupa, and i application of the insecticide shouldbe tisements) received after 10 o'clock
midnight, will be run in the "Too Lateto
adult. I so timed as to be effective in kill- Classify" column. New QuartersWe
The egg.-To the unaided eye the I ing the rust mite (Eriophyes olivorus Boosters of five lines, or less-approximately THE ONE CIGAR THAT
eggs appear as minute particles of. Ashm.) and scale insects as well as 80 words-one time, 25
cents three times 50 cents; one week
whitish dust They are deposited on the white flies. Experience has shown ;
editions
(six daily and one weekly )
the underside of the leaves. To indicate that two spryings are sufficient to $1.00; one month, $3.00. EVERYBODY LIKES
the size of these eggs it has control the white flies. One of these now located in the new Hyer
Sale two lots best
been estimated that 118 placed end to can be given in the spring, followingit BARGAINS-For

end would measure one inche, whereas by an early fall application, or one Also part fast of, gentle beautiful young Colonial pony, harness Park. & Davis building on Church street.

one square inch would contain can be given during midsummer and and buggycomplete. Enquire at Sen- HAWLEY'SSTRAIGHTS
35,164, placed side by side. When examined the second during the winter months. tinel Office. 27-3t We are better prepared to fill all your

under magnifying glass they The and summer are I
a spring sprays
FOR SALE OR TRADE-A five passenger -. theHABDAVABE
resemble kernels of wheat in shape also beneficial in killing the rust mite. Rambler automobile, 24H.P. wants in

and appear as smooth, polished, Scale insects frequently gain such a ., for lots or acreage in or around

greenish-yellow objects. After they foothold as to demand winter treat- Orlando.Orlando, Fla.Address M. P. WOLLAM 4-26 3t, | Get the best cigar at five LINE

are deposited, from 10 to 12 days are ment, but in some instances one spraying cents, the next time you

required for the eggs to hatch. I a year has produced clean fruit. FOR HIRE-Nice seven passenger want to smoke-judge for
How to Apply the SprayIn touring car. Large and roomy. yourself.
I I 4-20 tf J. B. MAGRUDER.BUY THE
spraying for control of white
Just Case of Brainstorm.
flies the method of application is the I Captain Richard Pearson Hobsonis a lot in Thornton Park, a nice
same when using either a barrel pumpor I a total abstainer. So in explaininghis suburb in east part of the city. Carl I HELMS HARDWARE I
a power outfit. Jensen. Made in Orlando and sold
hallucination you've got
Japanese
In the the by all dealers.
applying spray operator to guess again.-St. Louis Republic. OAK HILL is the beautiful subdivision .
should begin on the far side of the to the Northeast of the eity andI COMPANYtfllMlititlttlHMMMIMMIMtllMHMMMIIIIIIMT
tree and work around to the point still have some choice lots there.
WANTED-Clean rags at this office. Carl Jensen. I
nearest the machine. The second I lUMMMMIMillMMHHJWELCOME

half of the tree should be handled in WANTED
position as manager,
like manner. If two operators are at IHHMMHIMOMIttHMHAutos caretaker and collector for non-
work on the same tree they should resident property owners. By man of Subscribe For The Sentinel.MmtittMiiiMiitiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiitiiinii.
both begin at the point farthest from experience who can give it close at- TO
tention. Address. Collector, Sentinel. -
the machine and proceed until they For Rent at 4-

meetThe FOR SALE-New house ROYAL PALM

tree in spray a systematic should be way.applied The to oper-the Any Hour $3,000.with Will all take modern automobile seven-roon improvements.in part, For the Ladies of Orlando I

ator should begin at the base and pay. Address Owner, care Sentinel. BARBER SHOP

work to the top, inserting the rod Seven Passenger DEMONSTRATIONIf
WANTED business in
partner a
among the branches so as to spray manufacturing business with well Modern and Complete. you have any combings don't throw them away.

the center of the tree. The entire STEVENS DURYEA established trade. Need more capital Everything new, individual You have in your city, I. Gold, a manufacturer of hair goods,

tree may be thus sprayed in sections,. and will take partner or will make a electric attachments at every at Dade City, Fla., but recently from Chicago, where you
stock
the operators proceeding alternately Ride in a Good Car. 000 capital.company Plant with up$15,000 to date to and$20-in chair. No stone has been left can bring your combings and have a switch braid, transfor-
from the bottom to the top and from excellent condition. Address Manufacturer unturned to make this shop mation or any piece of hair work you would like to have

the top to the bottom. To prevent Cheapest Rates in Town in care of Sentinel. ti meet th erequirements of the I made from
kinks from appearing In the hose the of $1.50 to $2.50
FOR RENT-Furnished, most particular. Plenty
operator: in moving from tree to tree, Lucerne Circle. Jas.my A.cottageon Knox, room. Courteous attendants. Also carry a large line of finest quality French cut hair, j ;

should never make a complete turn. i 'Phone 34 ELIJAH WHITEHEAD, which we make to order to match. We demonstrate the work !
In case kinks appear they should be FOR SALE-Overstreet TurpentineCompany's every afternoon from 2 to 5. Also carry a large line of sani- | \
Stock. at the Proprietor.
immediately taken out by turning the Inquire
Sentinel Office. 26-6t tary hair goods. Switches, 14 oz., 50c11; / oz., 10 and 20 ; ;
Orlando Fla.
spray rod and not by pulling the hose. HtMMIMHMIMIIIIIII Orange Ave., ins. long, $1; 2 oz., 24 ins. long 1.50; 2i/2 oz., 26 ins. long 2.25

---- FOR-The Methodist church to the WE MATCH ALL SHADES. Silk hair neb 36 Ins
highest bidder. Sealed bids ac- long 5c. Dont' fail to call during this week for our low
SALE cepted to May 6th, 12 o'clocknoon.
F. A. CURTIS. prices. Goods on display at
J l' 4-29 6t
F. 1ST. BOARDMAN
FOR SALE-At half price, for cash.
\ \ New upright piano, cost $400. Com- When you want any of thetERGENCYSUPPUES DRY GOODS AND NOTIONS ORLANDO, FLORIDA
puting scales, cost $85. Platform
scales, cost $15. also four show cases, MtttlfHtttttMMtMMMMMMIMtllllHIIIIIIMMHORLANDO
eight fine Durock and Berkshire three
months pigs. First class two year mentioned in
old mule colt. Address Bargains, this
Office. 2571 JOHNSON &JOHNSON'SHandbook

FOR RENT-Flat of five roams on
Main street near Lake Lucerne with
all modern conveniences. First
floor reasonable rent. Apply Sen-
BUSINESS COLLEGE
tinel office. 4-26 3t
ofFirst
ESTRAY have taken up as -an:
estray one Dunn Cow with few
I white spots. Crop upper and under I Aidhere
boot for the bit, in one ear; crop bolt in the other.
Your Athlete demands free-play ear. Brand single 0" J. G. MODERN COURSES IN
bones and muscles of his feet-The Gotham is I Pine Castle, Fla. Lee

an athletic last is the place to get Single and Double Entry Bookkeeping. Corporation -
FOR RENT-Four room cottage furnished -i
I Concord Park block I them. Call or 'phone Bookkeeping, Banking, Shorthand,
Are you one of these men who have a pretty definite ; orib

idea of what they want in a shoe? "Hang the styles: ,! from Inquire Orange W m. Ave.Coryell$10.00, Concord per month.Ave.Apr.27 .. Typewriting, Penmanship, Commercial Law,

say you. "Give me a good natural shape, with May4-ll Co Commercial Arithmetic and all
DeLaney Drug Spelling
plenty of toe ,room and a sensibly rounded toe. If I
you say that to a salesman, you are pretty sure to get WANTED nurse for a child two I Avenue Branches of Civil Service.
one of the handsomest shoes in the Regal line- the years old, elderly woman preferred.Call Orange ,
at No. 11 5-f4t
Broadway.
,
Gotham. This shape was good ten years ago and '
will be popular ten years hence. It comes as near WANTED-Place with DAY AND NIGHT CLASSESExperienced
to board pri-
being right as any shoe that was ever built. vate family, by young man, employed. GOOD WORKMUW;
Inquire at Sentinel office. 5-2 tf Teachers in Charge. Diplomas

Gotham Black King Call Granted and Positions Secured for Gradu
and Brogue Tan Blucher Russia Oxford Calf Men and Boy's Hats,, Caps and For Sale by ates.
: Sweaters at half price

$4.00 i|4293t.CLARK. ROBERTSON.. H. G. HarperSouth Patronize Home Institutions.For .


;FOR SALE-At a bargain, horse,
: buggy and harness. Good family Hughy St. Phone 534
horse. Call on Geo. Hull, Pine Castle Prices and Terms call on or address:
Road, Orlando, Fla. 51t. -

Hauling of all kinds, and plow-
WANTED TO CHANGE-68 acres of
land % mile from railroad station, ing carefully looked after. Or1do Busea Co11ee
LEGALSLartigue in Whiteside county, Illinois. Price
$6,500, encumbered for 1000. Want
good orange and grapefruit grove,
US A TRIALSubscribe
GIVE
good buildings in Central or South THIRD FLOOR PIONE 5)7
Florida, or stock merchandise. Have
l Brown & other properties will exchange and HAND BUILDING ORLANDO FLA.I
will assume. Address, Box 427, s
\. ,4-30 d & w. Iw Memphis, Mo. for the Sentinel.
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Big Ey s,Big Brain.
Professor Uagier. a French aden --

_flat has dIscovered that the size of the
brain In animals la In exact 'propor rOLANDO BA .
COMPANfl
tion to the size of the eyes. The bigger & TRUST
the eyes the bigger the brains: BeforeYou
Of course this only applies to each I
class of animal A tiger may have
bigger eyes than a man for Instance. Capital and Surplus and Undivided Profits $120,000.00. !
but It doesn't follow that it has a bigger 0
brain. But the tiger with big Total Resources over Three-gaarters of. a Million... I
-- BuyConsider
eyes la more cunning and brainy thana .
tiger with small eyes. Professor
Laugler made this remarkable discovery Statement of the Oriaado iaik ius.i :
I t i
when studying the habits of the ---- Treat Co* at dote of Bosk** j
flab known as the dorade or gllthead
There are two kinds of dorade one April 1Mb, lUS-The Seteith I

pink and the other gray. The gray Ainhemrjof I Quality Style
flab has a much smaller eye than the ,
pink one. The scientist cut open a : ill Existence t
large number of these fish In his experiments cat t t .i o Price and then choose
I _
and was struck by the fact ,
that the large eyed fish always bad I
.the largest brain. He promptly followed > RESOURCESLoans
op this discovery by testing
other animals. Fie found, for and Discounts..P68,191.M
n
that the little tree frog bad example a much Overdraft .............. 922.13Real
larger eye than the larger marsh frog Estate, Furniture Allen & Co.

and bad also a larger brain. He asserts ( : and Fixtures .......... 25,853.44
that the same rule applies: among i. ;; ? Stocks and Bonds ........ 26,01843
higher animals. t Cash on hand and In Banks 86J87J1

JEWELERS .
Joaquin Miller In London. 1i.Ii: S: ; Total ...............$789,260.08
Joaquin Miller Is especially felicitous
In his description of mountains and LIABILITIES Orlando
FloridaLet
sea. His phrasing Is strong and. ,
though sometimes strained vivid and Capital Stock ...........100000.00
true: I ? t Surplus and Undivided

Afar the bright Sierras UsA Profits ................ 2444165
swaying line of snowy white,
A fringe of heaven hung In sIght Deposits ............. .. 665.115.53
Against the blue base of the sky.

And this is aptly descriptive$f the I Total ................$78960.08I v Us Regulate Your Watch
ocean foaming on the shore: V
The ocean's thin and hoary hair -
Is trailed along the silvered sands. EVERYTHING GUARANTEED
After the late Lord Houghton climb- -I I Deposits April 4, 1913..359z875.65 I
ed the attic stairs to Joaquin's I
room
-
Deposits April 18, 1811... 665415.53
and found him sleeping under a buffalo
robe the crude young westernerbecame I United Staid Gtfrenment, State and County Depository Increase in 12 dayi ......$.
familiar .72,239.88J -- .
a figure In London --- ---- -- -- -

social circles. He did not abandon his ...- .- o- 0- -- --- iiimiiiiiiiiiimiiiinniiiiiiiiiniiiiiHUiiiiiiModel
frontier costume but Invaded London
<
drawing rooms with trousers tucked
Into his boots and his tawny hair and
beard flowing uncut over a scarlet 'HttHIIMIHiiMIMMMMMtM Grocery | |
shirt. He afterward settled In Washington
as a Journalist and In 1887 removed -
to California Westminster Ga-
18 West Church Street

tette. W. M. SLEMONSWe

Slander In Pantomime.An .
amusing feud of two familiesJn ; ; FANCY AND STAPLE GROCERIES. NEW AND
the County Mayo, the Sweeneys and FRESH
the Caseys, was before the Justices at

Kiltimagh on summonses, Mr. McGin ; ; We Give Our Personal Attention to Our Customers and

ley elucidating district its Inspector incidents.of constabulary, are confident that the clothes we sell made by Schloss Guarantee Satisfaction and Prompt Delivery

One of the Caseys having been ordered
to wear spectacles. Sweeney for Bros are superior in quality and style to any that you Give Us a Trial
ridicule, paraded before their house in

a pair of tin goggles. Two Caseys next can buy. : Subtler Bros., ProprietorsHIIIIIMMMMtllttlMltUHttlttMmillilHWmt
appeared. One dropped a purse, which
the other seized and ran away with.
This said the inspector, was to indicate MEN WHO WEAR CLOTHES BOUGHT FROM US
that a Sweeney had been sent to
a reformatory for purse stealing. ARE WELL DRESSED

Two Sweeneys retaliated in the THE H. H. P. STRAIGHTFor
street by one of them with dramatic i
flourish, aiming a wooden gun at the Our prices are very reasonable. Do not think of buying |
other. This meant said the inspector Sale at all Cigar ScoresOrlando's

Indicted that a Casey for ,shooting a water at bailiff a man.London had been- elsewhere until you have tried on one of Schloss Bros suits. ; Newest Ciga r Made In Orlando.

Mall. Havana and lorida WrappersTry
WE ALSO SELL LORD BALTIMORE CLOTHING FOR BOYS.
The Value of Accuracy.We One an d Be Convinced
o
strive so much to know everything
that we lose sight of the fact
HERMAN H. PINDER MTg'r
that accuracy Is more Important than

knowledge since knowledge that is ( 212 South Orange
misty and fragile is a poor guide. But W. M. SLEMONS
it is not only that what we know
-
should be true as that the fact that i
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accuracy is one of the most important
elements of character. Vague ideas llimttimttlMIIIIIIMIIMMMIMtltmilMtlHIItlfMMiMMMtMtMlilHIF
tend to make a weak character since J .
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every man and child accuracy shouldbe
made a vital part One of the tests -
for entrance to the Naval academy Is. YOU WANT THE LATESTIN
or was an addition of a column of figures
to ascertain the quantity of care-
lessness. If any the applicant has in Fireless CookersAND
his character. It should be made an

important item In our education to re- THE LINE OF UP TO DATE DRY GOODS, CLOTHING,
quire accuracy.-Ohlo State Journal

HATS AND SHOES, ALSO LADIES READY TO WEAR
Whir Sherlock .. Lived.
The cattle show was regularly held DRESSES OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS COME TO B. SALO ELECTRIC FANSTO

ia Baker street for many yean before MON. SATISFACTION GUARANTEED OR MONEY
ito removal to the Agricultural ball
Baker street takes its name from Siridward
Baker a triend"'ot'the, Mr. REFUNDED. KEEP COOL WITH
Portman who gave his name to Port-


Bin of"a famous bora square.. 'The and Inhabitant and street tin to 'whom Slddons has. Bulwer had the died'its lama LItton there shin totaled. :' B. rC SalomonOrlando; [ELECTRIC l[ I IRONS s AND TOASTERS[ S SFOR


Htt lived at its north end, and Henry
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_Naturally. I ...... a-froabntdealer LjAR UNDERTAKER ARMSTRONG- T [ f [ELECTRIC L[ C01 lllncl
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(JMa*wonder."laqulsltlTe said Op1t.aaGII Mrs Giddy<< "why the I' aey aw Uia of SSSS\1. eeeid.. bMo81t The ARTISTIC PICTURE FRAMER of Orlando ,

skeet are always looking Into our win tod it |UO ui .... lrd14 ,PING 8TREGT
trnr arst i MAt,1M HAND BUILDING
to I ...
"MtyU"suggested her sharp tongueslasband be to rtItrM I
for aa Orlaado aaa arreralof Hair/
'find
It's to out
why art
yon I I
acre land ia Oraafo.eMJrltis
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Tea, sir"Keeps said Jenkins His Wsrt: "Smitten Is rPlat ... 1M 0riaMI.eepleelaiat .. Orlando Opera House EVERYTHING
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a man who kteps his word; but thus, tW u..t (cold THE OAKlANDmE
baas hd bough lad.yojow esrill HN-
to"'flow ...: prott Yen knew MHUae
Is thatr' asked Johnson. afo your prett on the sl. Imf Z Nights, Friday and Saturday, May 2,3 i
"Because no one will take It"An itock, without haling to flfore oa it
If you hare not yet houfht aeoM CAR FEEDFOR
Old Firm. Orlando or Orange county property,
Mr. Frank Powers and his
Who painted Subbubs house!" there ii itfll opportunitiea for large ] ownHYPNOTIC EVERYBODY
"He told me the name of the con profit, and I can ahow you.I jlHAT -
earn. 1 think he said It was done by can cell you something that will
Pita A Staru."-Botton Transcript.Sure make stock you money will not but buy your it going nia- Y COMEDY[ Y COMPANY Y (TALKING

Call and see me. ABOUT 1 LIVE i STOCK
Enough. CARL JANSEN, 1I i
8f111<'U -What do you consider the Offlce over Diekson A Irea, Orange CHANGE OF PROGRAM NIGHTLYOne I
Int requiMte of a good husband Avenue, Orlando, Fla. : ASK FOR DEMONSTRATION I
Cynt"ulIroOd The banks and the buiineai men of LAUBACHThe
wife-Phlladeiphla Hilarious from Start Finish
Laugh to
)record Orlando know me, if you do not, sal
them. SEE
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Speak Sunday Afternoon, May
Louis C. Massey, President
4th at the Grand Theatre.M. t

T. Pktoa Warlow. Vk .Pm.Bowud S. wataa Howl Crlla L. McIlvaine, of Jacksonville, !I How much would
C. B beock. Am't Calder Samuel A.Newel Au't Caikkr Bible scholar and lecturer is sched- money
uled to deliver two free lecturers at
The Grand Theatre Sunday May 4th.
THESTATE The topic for 3 p. m., is "Where Are like to spend for
the Dead?" and at 7:30 p. m., "The you
Day of Judgement"
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any Bank between Jacksonville and Tampa $$33100

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The large patronage of this Bank has been built up I g No. 100

during twenty years by conducting its business on sound

banking principles with careful attention to the legiti

mate wants of customers. The confidence of the publicis lectures are under the auspicesof
the International Bible Students'
reuected in the large amount of deposits. Association and the theatre was secured f28.0 l 5

Average deposits First Quarter of 1913, $900,000. as affording a common, or neu- $$5610 l
tral ground where the people of all ClassNo. ,
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FOUR PER CENT PAID ON SAVINGS ACCOUNTS bias could assemble and hear Bible and 5A
subjects discussed by an able speaker.Mr. .
McIlvaine is a well known bus
iness man of the Florida Metropolis, -
Our correspondent banks are located in every part of but frequently accepts appointments

the world and include some of the largest Banks in the to consideration lecture, accepting for his no services fee or, but money on I I j Join any of our Saving Clubs and you can have either of the

United States.HIIMMHMI. the other hand, personally pays his ,above amounts to spendannee.t
traveling expenses and thus all his
+ HIM IlillllMf lectures are advertised as free to the .
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MAY DAY CELEBRATION. THIMBLE BEE. be taken up.JUNIOR.

The Cathedral School lawn presented Mrs. S. A. Robinson- prettily enter- LKGUEMEitThe : : $ The Peoples National Bank"It I

a beautiful scene yesterday after- tained her nearby neighbors yesterday -
noon ,the occasion being the annual at her home on north Main street. Junior Branch 0: tne due is a pleasure to serve you."
"May Day" celebration. This time it After several hours most happily League met yesterday at the lecture
was given by the pupils of Miss spent in fancy work, the guests were room of the Methodist church with a
Smith's Physical Culture class. The served with "afternoon tea" and other good attendance. Several plans for
girls, twenty in number, wore paper delicious refreshments. work were formulated and commit- -
dresses of different colors and madea tees appointed. .
pretty picture as they appeared in THURSDAY AFTERNOON AT THE An election of officers resulted in I
couples, coming from opposite sides ROSALIND. the following roster: President, Miss :
of the lawn and meeting to form a Helen Hoskins, Secretary, Miss Lil- :
ring around the May Pole. Here, a A pretty, although informal, partywas lian Jones, Treasurer, Miss Corinne : Yowell's
graceful little dance followed, each held at the Rosalind Club yesterI Walton.A .
girl bearing her garland of green and I day when a number of the membersand business meeting will be held
flowers, after which the coming of the their friends brought their needle- today week, when some important
May Queen and her attendants.The work and spent the afternoon in sew- matters will be taken up.Press .
honored maid was Miss Hedwig ing and merry chatter. Reporter.
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Koegel, who, attended by her little The committee in charge, chairmaned -
flower girls, Grace Warlow, Virginia by Mrs. Florence Hudson, served CANDIDATES FOR SHERIFFThe
Palmer and Mary Cadman, ascendedthe dainty refreshments at the close of I w
throne and was there crowned the afternoon. death of Sheriff Kirkwood The Biggest Ever Extra Values in
Queen of the May. makes a vacancy in that office and already -
The streamers were then untied there are a number of aspir-
gay SOCIALIST MAY DAY PARADE
and the winding of the May Pole was ants for the place. in Shoes White andColored
the closing of the entertainment The Sentinel will not assume to ad-
New York, May Organized laborof
A large number of people witnessedthe the East Side turned out strong vise the Committee as to whom they Having had a good run on
exercises and were very enthusi- shall recommend, as this is a matter Piquessmall
for the annual
today May Day paradeof
entirely within the discretion of the shoes for the weekat
astic in their expressions of enjoyment the socialist organizations. Two past

parades marched through the city, committee the and and they are acquaintedwith I $2.25, we have decided that, Narrow and Corduroy Welts,
The dancers were as follows: men are qualified to
Hedwig Koegel, Queen; Dorothy one and up-town met at Union and the Square other where down town reso-, make the selection. The Sentinel will in order to make them go still regular 25 and 30 cent sellers.
McKeown, Evelyn Spencer, Pricilla be satisfied with the action of the com-
:: lutions advocating a universal eight mittee. faster, to cut the price to, say Very special at
Parker, Doris Perry, Marion Stouder,I hour day were adopted and speeches
Carrie Hooks, Gretchen Hodgson,I on socialism delivered in several lan- :
Marion Jones, Winifred Brown, Jane l guages. KILLS TWO; WOUNDS FOUR. 19c.
Greene, Mildred Gibbons, Catherine The down town parade formed at $1.98
McKeown, Olive Dinkle, Ruth Bour- Rugers Square and marched north to Augusta, Ga., May 1.-Leaving be-
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lay, Rose Hamblm, Grace Warlow,I, Union Square. The uptown parade hind him a trail of blood, Richard How does that sound Narrow and wide welts. in

Virginia Palmer, Mary Cadman, Ethel at the Labor Temple and marched Henry Austin, a negro, wanted for an white and colored 35c to 40c
Overstreet, Helen Canning" and Ber- 1, down from Eighty-fourth setreet. attempted assault of a white woman, Small Shoes For Small Feet
tha Langenbach. In the down town parade were the killed two of his pursuers, wounded values, for say
4.000 members of the striking Kosher four others and with hundreds, watch- The window has been filled
MEETING OF RELIEF CORPS. Bakers' Union. The Bakers had displayed ing his hiding place in a swamp, escaped with and sizes 29c.
new styles new ,
upon a truck a loaf af bread through their lines early this
The regular meeting of the W 0- I which it took three barrels of flour morning and fled into the dense Savannah LOOK IN
mans' Relief Corps was held at the:I to make, and a cake equally large was river swamps twenty miles ; '
home of Mrs. Sperry on East Pine | carried on a pedestal by sixteen men. from Hampton, S. C.NO' .
street yesterday aft anon. Several :< An effort was made by the Indus- Just received a new line of Chiffon
important matters were discussed and trial Workers of the World to partici- i {ICE.

the wish was expressed that all own- pate in the parades, but the Committee Net Ruffling in Ecru and
and White
ers of lots in the city cemetery be I of Arrangements at a recent An Epworth League Social and
permitted entrance to the gate of the meeting voted strongly against allowing Business meeting will be held in the
die them to do It asserted Lecture room of the Methodist church
driveway. Vnder present arrange- so. was Prices 15c. to 50c.
ment all gates, except those to the that the Industrial Workers included tonight at 7:45. .. .
foot paths, are kept locked and people anarchists and syndicalists in their
wishing to plant flowers or to improve membership.Many TONIGHT AT THE OPERA HOUSE. ,iMIMIIIIIII .. .... ,., ,,., .... MHMMim I

their lots are compelled to leave their picturesque banners were car-I Frank J. Powers, with his companyof
vehicles outside and walk a long distance ried by the marchers. In line were fun makers. Mr. Powers' hypnotic
tiring themselves, as well as the 90,000 victorious garment strikers Company will consist of some of the
wasting much time. It i is the desireof who won their battle after a long local subjects and you will laugh to YOWELL'STHE
the Relief Corps that a key mightbe fight. Many of the paraders were see them.
placed in the charge of the.: care- women and girls, members of the Hazel Roseland, singing, talking
taker or some trusted person from Shirt and Waist Makers' Unions, and dancing-Al H. Young, the bone
whom it might be borrowed. This Cloak and Sujt Makers' Unions, Millinery less wonder; something that is worth
seems an excellent suggestion and one Workers' Unions, etc. There the price of admission. c BIG WHITE STORE
which, if carried out, would be of ben- was an absence of red flags, although Prices 15, 25, and 35 cents. ,
efit to many.WANTEDClean. many of the paraders wore red sashes.I II I
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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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