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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 3, 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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VOLUME ONE ORLANDO, FLORIDA, SATURDAY, MAY 3RD, 1913. NUMBER 71.




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SEWER BIDS ACCEPTED-OTIIER IN TARIFF DEBATE, CALIFORNIA REPRESENTATIVE HAYS OF CAL-I II SALES OF THE MANUFACTURES BOTH MEN COMMITTED TO CUS !;I NATION'S DEATH RATE A

IMPORTANT MATTERS TRANSACTED I DELEGATION OPPOSES CUTTING IFORNIA FAILS IN HIS ABROAD INCREASED GREATLY TODY PENDING FURTHER INVESTIGATION STARTLING PICTURE-LOS
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LAST NIGHT BY THE !i RATES ON ORANGES FORTS TO HAVE DUTIES !I BUT FELL OFF SOMEIN OF THE MURDER I ANGELES LEADS IN NUMBER -
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CITY LEGISLATORS.R. AND ALSO LEMONS. RAISED ON LEMONS ETC. THE RAW MATERIAL ) OF MARY PILG.X.I I| OF DEATHSc,

W. P. Washington, May 2.-The fight over Special to the Sentinel.Washington I I Washingon 2.The total of Atlanta Ga. I
L. Holland and Gwynne, j I a) May 2.-Dissatisfied j Washington, May 2.-In a bulletin
members of the Sewer Committee and : the proposed reduction of duties on D. C., May 2.-Demonstrating i' American imports for March, 1913- with the lack of progress made by the made public today by Director Durand

City Engineer Ramsey met yester citrus fruits opened today's debate on fair and generally destruct-I)'I the first month of the Woodrow Wilson city authorities in investigating the Bureau of the Census, Department of

day and canvassed the bids opened :( the tariff bill in the House. Despitethe ive in character, the I Administration $155,349,000, death by the strangulation of fourteen Commerce, regarding the causes of

Thursday night for sewer and dis- :, pressing of the bill as rapidly as duties in cotton schedule, Gardner, 'I against ?157,577,000 for the same -ear-old :Mary Phagan, whose death for the registration area of

posal plant construction. i possible, the agricultural schedule, of Massachusetts, used samples of I I month in 1912, a loss of $2,223,000. mutilated body was found in the base- the United States for 1911 the total

There were a great many figures to perhaps the vehicle of the last vigorous cotton cloth obtained from the New The American exports in March, 1913, ment of the National Pencil Com- number of deaths from all forms of

go over but when they had completedtheir I opposition by the minority, had English cotton mills. 0 I I were $187,375,000, as against $203- pany's factory on Sunday morning, tuberculosis during the year is given

work, they found that F. D. Har- not been finished at last night's ses He argued that coarser grades of I\ 411,000 for the same month of 1912 Solicitor General Hugh M. Dorsey, today as 94,205, the death rate from this

vey, of Memphis, Tenn., was the low- : sion.The cotton yarns need little or no pro I a loss of $18,036,000. ft engaged a large force of private disease being 158.9 per 100,000.

est bidder on sewer construction, his '1 schedule relating to wines, spir- tection and that the duty could be i Secretary of Commerce W. C. Red- detectives to aid in the search for This shows a slight decrease from

its and beverages, cotton, wool, silks, cut lower than that carried in the Un field "The the .
bid in the aggregate being, $77,904. ,I says: falling off in exports murderer.It the death rates of previous
: years,
tanks Hamilton Johnson ; and sundries were all in sight derwood bill. Ninety per cent of the was almost in the sales of
On septic paper wholly was feared for some time that it 160.3 being the rate for 1910 and 160.8
was the lowest bid; his bid being':' early today as likely to be acted upon class of goods made from these A'arnsare crude materials for use in manufacturing would become necessary to call out : for 1909. The death rate for the past

$22,691.10 On wells for, the dsiposal+' before the close of tonight's session, used in this country and nade I and, so far from a loss, there the militia to protect Leo M. Frank, three years has been considerablylower

plants, the Ohio Well Company was except in the contingency of an un- here.The | was an absolute gain in the import- superintendent of the pencil factoryand than those of the precedingfive

the lowest bidder; their bid ,being| expected protracted struggle against bill carries a protective rate i i ant classes of manufactures for further Newton Lee, the negro night 'ars.
'free raw wool. on these goods. On the higher gradesof !| in and in watchman held
$3530. use manufacturing manufactures in connection with the On the other hand the statistics
last I The California delegation in the cotton cloths, the duties are cut for crime.
Accordingly the Council met -I' ready consumption actually show a marked increase in the number
night and awarded the contract to the 1 House opposes the proposed cutting o flow the competive point and the T increased in the month of Afer a long application of the of suicides and in the number of

above named parties. In addition to the rates on lemons, limes, orangesand vantage is given the foreign manufac March by about $13,000,000. So that "third degree," the ,police believe Lee deaths by violence. On the subjectof

the above items of expense in sewerconstruction other citrus fruits, which it claims turers. ouManufactures held their grip uponthe will be able to give incriminating suicides and other violent deaths

the Council adds the fol', would be injurious to their industry Jut from fifty per cent. ad solo 1 foreign markets of the world more testimony at the inquest as to the the report reads:

lowing items of expense that will en I and open the gates to the foreign fruitindustry. rem to thirty-five on cotton lace gt r- strongly in March than they did a identity of the actual murderer. "The total number of deaths from

ter into the cost of construction. Real i tains, covers and similar articles, will I year ago. I Nearly two hundred girl employees: suicide in the registration area for

estate for disposal plants $13,000. En| The main opposition is the provision result in the closing of factories of a I "The figures for the entire nine I have been summoned as witnesses i in 1911 was 9,622, an increase of 1,032

gineering $5,000. Extras $5,000 I that lemons in packages s exceeding reduction in wages. : months ending with March, 1913, are !> the inquest and will be required to over the preceding year. The death

Bringing the total cost of sewer and five cubic feet, or in bulk, shall The development of cotton manufacturing : such as to rive just pride to every tell of the conditions under which they rate, however, increased only from

disposal plants up to $127,125.10. The'jbe taxed one-half of one per cent a plants in the South, is now thoughtful American to whose notice! worked and the attention from the 16 to 16.2 per 100,000 and was lower

bond issue is $140,000. Thus it will pound. This is a cut of 50 per cent one of the most prominent industriesin ; I they come. Out of total transactions I various workmen connected with the than that for 1909,16.5; or 1908,17.8.

be seen that from the bond sale the in the present tariff and the represen that section and will be checked. I jof i $3,309,000,000 there is a balance in J factory, which they are forced to accept There is a tendency of apparent: increase

city will have left the sum of 12274. tatives of the citrus growing districts The charge was made by Hays, of our favor f a little over $500,000,000. I under fear of losing their posi in the death rate from suicide.

98, which will go into a sinking fund have been on guard against lettingit I California, that the Democrats had'I Doing pretty well that! but a few !tions. "The death rate of the white popu-

which can be used for interest or for pass without strenuous protest. cut the duty on lemons from one cent comparisons with 1912 make it look lation in the registration area from

returning sewer bonds. It speaks well I I to half a cent per pound to get the even better. For example, our sales of HAYES TO RUN IN MONUMENT suicide, 16.5, was higher than that of

for the Engineer in charge, the bond DECAPITATED BY PROPELLER. naturalized Italian vote in the east- : manufactures for further yse in manufacturing GAMES. the colored population 10.3.
I ern cities. Hays failed in his effortto I Amongthe
committee and the City Council, that I increased over $56,000,000and
Sentinel. registration States, the highest
they have kept so well within the lim-,Special to the have the duties raised on lemons our sales of manufactures ready New York, May 3.-The fifteen-mile death rates from this cause in

itations of the bond issue. t Oakland, Cal., May 2.-While help- and other citrus fruits.STEAMER for use increased over the same period professional race of the Monument California, 30.1; Montana, 28.8 were; Colorado

The highest tid was by Porter & ing Roy M. Francis to start his hy- :last year $88,500,000, an increase in games at Celtic Park tomorrow prom- 21.7; Washington, 10.7 and
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Boyd, of Charlotte, N. C. Their bid Ion dro-aeroplane for a test of the bay SINKS. these two lines of manufactured goods ises to be one of the most interesting Vermont, 20.1; and among the citiesof

sewer construction was $113,356.50, today, Herman J. Jannsen, a Los Angeles alone of over $144,500,000 as com- contests during the day, due to the 100,000 population and Salt
over
being $35,452.50.higher than the, low-_,', ,aviator, lost his balance,and fell Natchez, Miss.:, May 2.-TheSsteam-;pared with the same period last near. fact that Johnny Hayes is entered to Francisco, 39.4; St. Louis, 37.7; Los-

est bid. Thus it will be seen that the I forward Into the whirling propeller er Concordia, of Natchez, which was "This does not look like weakness in run against Longboat, Queal and Kile- Angeles, 37.2; Denver 35.6; and Oak.

bids took quite a wide range of fig of the machine. He was killed instantly engaged in rescue work in the floodedsections I[ competing power, especially when one hmainen. Hayes has kept in good land, 35.1."

his head being cut off by the of Tensas and Concordia Par t looks at the table of condition the
during last
I percentage pub. few years "Of the total number of deaths in
ures.Work will begin just as soon as ma-j I I blades of the propeller. a ishes, struck the iron railroad bridgeat i lished with the others, and finds that through coaching several IrishAmerican the registration arear in 1911 classified

chinery and materials can be assem- Clayton, La., this mornin" and the three groups, which include man- runners, and expects to lead the as violent deaths (excluding suicide
bled. Exact dates are purely a guess, WETS WIN.i sank. ''ufactured of all field
:i : pools kinds,, consti- tomorrow. ), 54,038, more than ninetenths,
as every body knows on public jobs. j I I I It .was reported that about twenty tute 59.5 per cent. of our total ex'ports. Johnny's entering the professional 60,121, of accidental
were an
or undefined
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The main sewer on South street will I j I West Palm Beach, May 2.-In the negro refugees who were aboard were I ." field was due to Martin Sheridan, who character the remainder being
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perhaps be the beginning of work. 'wet or dry election held yesterday in drowned when the boat sunk. i The total American foreign trade believed that the Marathon winnerof I due to homicide. The death rate

Three disposal plants will be built; | Palm Beach county, the county went I "Pap" Geoghanagan, a white man I I for the year is likely to exceed $4,000- the last Olympic games could suc- I from accidental and usspecified violence

one.. in the Northwestern part of the I I i wet by 172 votes. West Palm Beach! of Jonesville, La., is missing and i is 000,000, Secretary Redfield estimates. cessfully compete against the present 84.6
city, one in the East about Jonestownand I I went wet by more than two to one. believed to have been drowned. 1 crop of "pro" as per 100,000 population,
I runners. which is slightly higher than the rate
one in the Southeast. The election marks the close of the MRS.
.. ,. .. ritterest I PANKHURST REMOVED TOG for the precedin gyear, 84.3; but low.e .
All bids are made on the unit basis political contests ever heldn BASEBALL RESULTS IN THE BII I SANITARIUM. PALATKA GETS NEXT
SESSIONOF ran the averages for the consecutive
and the actual cost may vary from )1 this county. LEAGUES STATE
I HORTICULTURAL periods ?901 to 1905, 84.9; and
these figures, but these will be found I I London, May 2.-Mrs. Emmeline SOCIETY. 1906 to 1910, 86. Homicide was reported -
not far out of the way. I COVETED HONOR FOR SOUTHERN Special to the Sen&el. I Pankhurst, the militant suffragette -
as the cause of deaths
3,907
A motion was made that copies of i GIRL. National.Philadelphia I leader, was today with the consent of DeLand, May .-The Florida State in 1911, the rate being 6.6 per 100,000

the city health ordinances be placed } 4; New York, 3. the authorities, removed from theI Horticultural Society, at today's ses population. The cities of 100,000
in the hands ol proprietors of all san Special to The Sentinel Brooklyn, 1; Boston, 4. I house in which she has been stayingin sion, elected the population
following officers
for
New York and the
May 2.-Miss Ellen Evelyn over having highest
itariums, hotels, boarding houses and + Pittsburg, 5; St. Louis, $ London, to a sanitarium at Working the ensuing :
year
] James of rates were Memphis 191.7 Scranton
San Antonio Texas ,
ad ; ,
doctors relative to reporting persons I Chicaga, 4; Cincinnati, 1. where she will remain under H. Harold Hume, of Glen St.
police Mary, 177.3
mitted that Birmingham 151.9
today she had posed for ; ; Albany,
afflicted with contagious disease or : American.
supervision. She president.
traveled
II the in a 131.7 and Boston 125.3."
figure, "Plenty, designed by Ken- ; ,
death from the same and the Council Boston, 4; Washington, 5. motor ambulance which was followedby I{. B. Stevens, of DeLand W. C.
: ,
yon Cox for the new silver certificatesto Following is the report on tubersu-
declared their intentions of prosecuting ; Detroit., 1:. Cleveland.. 2. a taxicab Temple of
be used by the -- conveying several Scot: Tampa, L. B. Skinner, of losis:
persons who violate these ordinances : governmentMiss St. Louis, 2; Cleveland, 9. land Yard detectives who wfre on Dunedin, vice presidents.
James is "The total number of deaths
from
now a sculpture stu-
hereafter. New York, 5; Philadelphia.South to E. 0
duty .
prevent Mrs. Pankhurst Painter of
attempting Jacksonville
dent in the art league in this city. Atlantic. I seer all forms of tuberculosis is in the registration

1'110.1 She is a tall, well formed young wo- Jacksonville 6 Macon to flee the country. tary., area during 1911 as 94,205,
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SUNDAY SCHOOL PICNIC ; W. S. Hart, of Hawks Park, treasurer. the death
man, with very dark brown hair and Charleston 7 rate being 158.9 per 100,000
; Albany, 1. FIRE SWEEPS AMERICUS .
HOTEL
POSED : large attractive brown eyes. She was Savannah, 5 Columbus 0. I -slightly lower than the rates for
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Executive
For nearly twenty years the Sun selected by Mr. Cox from several hundred r committee: P. H. Rolfs, the preceding years, 160.3 and 160.8

day Schools of Orlando have enjoyed girls who were anxious to have Americus, Ga., May 2.-Fire originating Gainesville; E. S. Hubbard, FederalPoint for 1910 and 1909, respectively. The
I FIRST PEACHES : m in the upper floor of the Wind G. L. Tabor, Glen St. Mary.
an annual picnic until the past two the ohnor. RECEIVED-I rates for the past three years are considerably
years when for some reason this annual Miss James is the daughter of Mr. sor Hotel at 5 o'clock this morning, Palatka secured the next convention l lower than the annual averages
I Atlanta, Ga., May 2"The A. Fu- drove unclothed in 1914
from the hostelry Arcadia
guests over and Gaines
and Mrs. S. H. James for the
pilgrimage to some enticing spot of San Antonio I quinquanial .periods of
for a day of recreation, has been dis- Texas.FLORIDA gazzi Co., Inc., commission merchants,1 j'I and caused a loss in excess of ville. 1901 to 1905,192.6- ; -and 1906, to 1910,

continued.An l write the Journal that they have just $50,000. The flames originated in the 168.7. There would appear to be a
received the first shipment of Florida sample room and rapidly spread. For ESTABLISHED. AMICABLE RELA-
effort is on foot-now, however to POSTMASTERS NAMED. marked reduction in the death rate
peaches, which are about five days an hour and a half the firemen foughta TIONS.
revive the picnic spirit and have the from this disease. although the rate
earlier this year than last, the grade stubborn blaze. Guests in the house Special to The SentinelWashington
Sunday schools of the city unite and Washington, May 2.-The followingnames for the past three years has remained
being about with last lost of
year's first show- most their belongings
even
charter a train for an excursion to of postmasters in the second May 2.-In a state- practically unchanged."The .
ing. The price will their clothing.
some pleasant place like Daytona fora district were sent to the Senate to- range around $6 ment given out at the Mexican embassy highest death rates from all

day of picnic outing. : day; William Jackson, Daytona Mrs. per crate, or $1 a basket. The com here tonight, it was said that I form of tuberculosis shown for the
idea is good such I ; pany writes that it has received first !i ACTIVITY IN ORANGE CULTURE amicable relations had been established states in the
The a "; pne as I[ Bessie Bryan Simpson, Kissimmee, peaches for the past four registration area were
pleasant affairs bring the Sunday I and J. A. Williams at Alachua.All I years. between Huerta and Diaz with those of Kentucky, 229.3; Colorado,

school workers closer together and were recommended for appoint- 1|I Mr. E. M. Gross, local representa- reference to the election. October 26 218; California, 206.8; Maryland, 203.3

cultivates a closer social relation be- ment by Congressman Frank Clark. CIVIC LEAGUE MEETING i\I( tive of the E. 0. Painter Fertilizer Co., next was the date fixed for the election and the lowest rates were those of

tween the several Sunday schools of This makes six of Clark's nominees There will be a called meeting of i i who is spending a large portion of his by a conference, who met at the Utah, 46.8; Michigan, 96; Wisconsin,
the Civic League, Thursday afternoon 1 time in inspecting the groves in sari. palace last night At the conference 103.8
the .
city. j whose names have gone to the Sen ; Washington, 106.7; and Montana -
It certainl cln be trade a day of I ate. at 3:30 at the Methodist church, for I I'pus parts of the county in order to between Haerta and Diaz, there were 107.1. The high death rate for

great enjoyment and the Sentinel I the purpose of discussing the enter determine for the owners what is presen members of the cabinet, of the I the. group of North Carolina municipalities

hopes that all the Sunday: schools of'' 0 LUCERNE THEATRE. tainment of the Federation in November I needed for the best development of federal courts and of congress.An 256.8 per 100,000, was due to

the city will be found heeartily in ac and the revision of the constitu- tree and fruit, says that there is I urban conditions and the large colored

cord with tie idea and that the picnic tio nj Every member is urged to be I greater activity among orange growers eminent astronomer is now declaring population."The .
Saturday, May 3rd, Detective Wm.
will be ranged. J. Burns in the, "Exposure of the present I than any former year, and that that the sun is not a great cities of 100,000 populationand
groves are being better cared for fire as others have
Land Swindlers." In I taught but thatit over in 1910 having the highest
M three parts, sur The St. Augustine i both in cultivation and fertilization is the center which is death
TRAEFrC DELAYED. rounded by an all star cast. Miss Record says:: ; upon focused rates from tuberculosis of all
Alice Joyce, the premier "Amos W. Corbett is president and 1 also that a large acreage of new. the energy of the universe, and forms were Denver, 292.7; Los Angeles

ture actress of the world motion pin Geo. G. Gleason vice-president of anew t grove is being planted. Mr. Grossa ia i that the heat is reflected back to us, 277.5; Albany, 269.4; Cincinnati,
Traffic ove. the A4 rein! .Coast Line featured i in close student of cluture. just the focus
: this marvelous transportation line soon to be Orange as point from a glass 265.3; and New Orleans, 260.5; while
production.
was delayed fcr se v t il hours !last gin operations upon the costal canal. may be thrown back from a mirror. those with the lowest rates were Milwaukee .
Today only.
night on account of'derailed. 'freight The company is to be known as the Luxurious degeneracy affects all]l Gradually we are approaching they 11)6.5) ; Portland, Greg.;.106.8;

train near Winston; i' Howard Transportation Company and classes. The small boy of toda time when Brother Jasper Jackson's Spokane, *109.4; Grand Rapids, 110.31
No. 82, piwenjr, (due to, arrive in i If you want to reach the people who will be capitalized at $39,000. Appli scorns the "crooks" and "chinee"a oi: theory that "the sun do move" will and Scranton, 112.7"Insure

Orlando atl 2:17'didatot'sbcQ; up un have money to spend, you can do so cation has been made for charter." simpler time and has marblesfor be accepted by all.-UUca Observer.
til the "wee saU directly through the advertising columns
h
+ this
morning. keeps with genuine agates or expensive your property with Cortif
of the Sentinel
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OUTSIDE OPINIONS. OMMHHMIIIMIMMIMMIMMHIMIIIIIMIIIIMUt I
T. R. Never Was a Piker. CHAS LORD J. N. BRADSHAW
The Colonel's family story is generally -

regarded AgeHerald.Doesn't as a.whopper-BirmIngham Lord & BradshawWe Magnificent Showing of


wish to announce to our friends, and the public generally,
Care to Stop Any Bullets
Huerta wants to step down and out that we have formed a partnership under the New Spring Suits
before he is put down and out.-Chi-
above firm name, for a generalt
cago News.

Is Beyond Them Real Estate and Insurance
and Dresses
The Illinois Vice Commission will
cot visit Springfield, as it is not en- business and are centrally located in a ground floor office at No.
gaged in astudy of elony.LouisTille
Courier-.Tournal. 17 S. Orange Avenue, (formerly occupied by Hamilton & Dunn
t* .
Millinery), where we will be pleased to meet all our old friends WE ARE SHOWING A BEAUTIFUL ASSORTMENT OF
T. R. Still Stands at Armageddon
Washington, Adams and Wilson and to make new ones. SILKS AND SATINS, ALL COLORS, DRESS GOODS 'FIN
now stand apart in a presidential class ALL THE LATEST PATTERNS FOR OLD AND
cf their own.-New York Tribune. Our list of city and acreage property is surpassed by none, .YOUNG. WHITE CANVAS SHOES. THE DISPLAY

Cinch California Isn'tHoly and we havesorae exceptional taigaics COIIEAND SEEUs] CONTAINS ACCURATE ILLUSTRATIONS OF THE
SEASONS BEST AND LATEST CREATIONS, AND
Hiram Johnson confesses that
the State Treasury is empty. Isn't Lord & Bradshaw IS WORTHY THE ATTENTION OF EVERY ORLANDO
Armageddon flowing with milk and WOMAN. CALL IN AND ACQUAINT YOURSELF
honey?-New York Evening Sun. 17 S. ORANGE AVE. ORLANDO, FLA. WITH THE HIGH CHARACTER OF OUR GARMENTS
HMMmilHIIIIillllllliliiiiMIMIMIIMIMIIMIr AND THE REASONABLE PRICESKannor's
It's a Poor Man's Turn to LaughIf
they're only going to impose the
tax on incomes of over $4,000, most
******XX M<*WWW \
of us can qualify in the I-should-wor- .
rlli
ry class.-Indianapolis News. I LIGHT THE New York

Will Take the Water as a Chaser I
If Ohio floods were to make a prac- PATH TO PROSPERITYMerchants
tice of floating down 5,000 barrels of
whisky from Louisville, Memphis J Bargain Store
would pray without ceasing for rain.
-Houston Post. I who use Electric Signs never lose !
their way by choosing the wrong road to suc-
If You Would be Posted be a Daily Visitor to this Store
Is Certainly Up Against It cess.] *You simply cannot fail to attract new
On hearing that the President of
customers if you use an Electric Sign. It acts II
Mexico has been "deliriously ovation-
ated," we are undecided as to whether like an irresistible magnet, drawing all the 0Shiwubtrfer'i
I
he was the victim of a disease or an trade within its reach: That is the reason for bicycles and I IlundrltL I 11111111111111.11111111111111111111111.,11111111,.
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explosion.-Chicago they command the attention of! buyers. .
L M [ll Oploffleirist
can not do a thing without
stepping on somebody's toes these For Every Store Owner j I J. B. McKAY, ... ,
days. Now the West
comes Virginian f.' CONTRACTOR AND Successor to Dr. O. P. LIk1u'j"
beekeepers and threaten to get out No matter how small his business, the Elec-
injunctions against orchadists to BUILDER.
pre- tric Sign is the cheapest and most effective Mitxrintend All Work.
vent them from spraying. They claim Prices That Are ,.-,.../0.,.,-"),..;. >'- .
an "
the chemicals used kill the bees. advertising. .
\
Inducement.All \
TEDDY o KNOWS. Phone for our Sign Designer to call and submit | Work Guaranteed.MltlllMIIHtMMMItf.

Roosevelt is an astute politician.He 13 a sketch. t c I A
knows that the Bull Moose partyis : No Trouble to Us--,No Expense to You. ti I Has Installed an up to date grinding plant and Is prepared
as good as dead, regardless of the ; : to duplicate any lens WHILE YOU WAIT.
sputterings of Beverid .-Kansas I Along with all the stock and instruments he hai Ie-
City Journal. 0 ELIJAH HAD : | cured the prescription books dating back several years, and

That's It Ii i ORLANDO l WATER & LIGHT[ mil c Funeral and EmbalmerHand Director 1IIIIIItlllllllllllllllllllllllllllll.IIIIII.IIIIII.will fill any of Dr. Likins' prescriptions without delay.

The suffragettes have a great plan -
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To benefit the nation. I, COOK WITH GAS Block, Pine St. Phone 35 ,' --- --- --- ,
For they would like to take the man
Out of emancipation. ''L"MMM eeeeeae l\f\?+n eeeeeeeeceeeee aw ****" 4.0111111111111.11.,..,.'.. Sentinel want ads bring quick results.
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I frisk my pockets with a sigh,
Alex Jenkins' Jersey cow's calf was Dame Fortune has been lax; ,
weaned last Sunday. The little fel. If I could get the income I, I New JUST RECEIVEDA

r ler was much chagrined.- Would gladly-pay the tax. Everything

Amos Korpeter's mother-in-law expired How Very Startling. CAR LOAD OF LIME
last Tuesday with billious liver Colonel Roosevelt does not shun
and congested kidneys. Amos was publicity.-Washington Star.
IN LACES, EMBROIDERIES, SHIRTS, KI- .
much grief stricken. SPECIAL PRICES
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Bud Peabody and Tommy Stimson What would we do without a Japanese HOUSEHOLD GOODS AND SCHOOL ,.J ;; IN LARGE QUANTITIES
called on the Slocum girls last Sun- question?-New York World.I SUPPLIES.McCULLOCH'S. .
Prompt Delivery.
day. It was whispered that Tommyand
Skinny Jane are engaged.The If He Waits.
Everything comes to him who
Florida Metal Co.
Lightsville Tigers and the waits. He'll even get the earth when
Rossberg Cyclones played the first he dies.-Rushylvania Record.

game of ball of the season last Sun. DEPARTMENT STOREOPPOSITE I McNEIL-DAVIS BUILDING
day. The Cyclones skinned the Tig- Why Repubs Worry.
Phone 41.
ers. The worst of it is that Democrats
actually are trying to redeem party POST OFFICE

Miss Jane Beaublossom entertaineda pledges.-Baltimore American.
few of her best friends with a i CALL and BE CONVINCED"LOWEST
Postum Cereal supper last Tuesday Prefer Dry Land.
night. For favors she had fried hom- Swimming beaches will not have

iny and old-fashioned molasses candy. any heart.-West interest Manchester for some Enterprise.Girls time tocome. PRICES ALWAYS" The Best is the Cheapest

Aunt Mahnda Bowersox don't go
out much since Uncle Bill was planted Will Be Girls. SO GET TilE BEST OF
several days ago. She always Yesterday the militant suffragists a m Q SSIrr
seemed much wrapped up in Uncle i set fire to the house of an unsympathetic Paints and Wall
his sudden i member of Parliament.NewYork PaperTHE
Bill, and taking away Have Vacate this Month
along with the death of their stump World. ,

tail cow by the cars, has much depressed 1912 WALL PAPER IN SAMPLESIS
her. Ought to Make it Local Issue.It %
I GRAND AND I WILL
BE PLEASEDTO
would be less of a joke to any
little Pete Snodgrass got a cherry American State in stirring up war Am Offering Men and Boys' Pants SHOW THEM. ALL YOU HAVE TO
if it had to do all the fighting itself. DO IS TO TELEPHONE AND I WILL
laff and it's
his last
stone up nose
been there ever since. Yesterday his -New York World.Is Hats, Caps, Etc., at Half Price BRING THE SAMPLE TO YOUR HOME.

nose was much enlarged and Doe te ,lo x .M.
a Continuous Performance.
Reed made an examination and found Huerta's Government Any three ties in the house for PrQTTGEO.
is $1.00
reported to .
A. BARKER
that the darned thing had sproutedand PHONE
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he was able to get hold of it be toppling, which revives the sus- .A..IK .... __ ...:;, ""' r ",0' -..,.
picion that Mexico's
and pull it out. The late warm spell revolutions area Lord &
genuine form of perpetual motion. Taylor's Silk Half Hose
caused it to sprout, it is supposed.
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3 pairs for $J,00

Betsy Hybarger is engaged to do Must Be Doing it On a Bet.
the harem skirt advertising stunt for Ex-King Manuel of Portugal is to ---.- -- Reduced Prices on all
Mort Buster, the enterprising proprietor wed a German Princess. But it is
of the Buster Hotel and.livery understood the bride-to-be is not
stable. But when Leander Smoots marrying him for his title.-Pittsburg N. CLARK ROBERTSON[ PATTERN HATS
heard of it he threatened to resignhis dispatch. I
position as Betsey's sweetheart,
and as Betsey is about forty and Le True True.A ----- .. t
ander is her last hope she forfeitedher ;!
woman can learn about .as
contract. Mort threatens to sue the neighbors' financial more statue by i H HANDBAGS S AND NECKWEAR f R U COST
north for the
Leander for breach of contract. watching their garbage emptied oncea Before you go summer

week than a man can by makingthe : don't fail to let us send you the ....... ...
Nearly twenty millions of dollars most careful inquiries at the'Weekly Sentinel It will keep you :: FRANK HYERS

has been expended upon improve- banks.-Lakeview Sun. t thoroughly: posted on the happeningsn : Manufacturer of Artificial .
ments during the past five years by j: this section. Call at the office and :: Stone, Fancy Columns and :VHILTON & DUMtilltMIMtMtMtMMIMtMfttMMH
let 1: show a It only
us you copy. I
the Florida East Coast Railway. The When a ;young man calls on a girl I Ornamental Work
actual total is $19,739.94. A large 'and takes the cigars out of his vest costs a dollar a year.
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HORNING AND WEEKLY I Little do our people realize the cost Orlando and Orange county yesterdayat
of what is called national defence the Kirkwood residence, was a fit-
Entered at the poet office at Orlando, against imaginary foes of unduly ting testimonial of the esteem and
JToridi u Second Clau Mail Matter.
timid Army and Naval officials, doomed affection in which Mr. Kirkwood was
SUBSCRIPTION RATES : to live, peaceful days and spend held by people among whom.he had
their lives dreaming of active life lived and labored, in both private and When You Choosea

THE DAILY SENTINEL which they are destined never to ex public capacities, for so many years.
One year .....................$5.00 perience. Not one admiral or captain James A. Kirkwood was fittingly
Six Months ...... ............. 2.50 not one officer in our Army or spoken of yesterday when it was said:
Three Months ................. 1.25 I Navy was ever engaged in war, ever "that no single act gives a man his Gift of JewelryTHEN

fired a hostile shot, if we except the proportions and no single virtue can
87 newt carrier in Orlando SO anti per
month Dafly and Sunday. petty skirmishes involved by our taking reveal his disposition, but"that a man

The Orlando Morning Sentinel can be found Texas from Mexico and expelling who in acknowledging his short com-
en sale in Orlando at Curiti ft O'Neal'i Book Spain from our continent. ings, does it in such a way as to magnify -
YOU MAKE A LASTING GIFT
glare. The Army estimates for this year the commandment against wrong, THAT MUST
We will appreciate prompt complaint if are $149,153,320. Navy estimates who is reverenl in the presence of the BEAR EVERY TEST OF TIME AND JUDGMENT AND
delivery is not properly made by our carriers.AderrtUing $154,100,000. The actual expenditure sacred reveries of the church, the TASTE. WHEN YOU SELECT FROM THE STOCK OF

rates will be furnbhed oa application. usually exceeds the estimates by some State and the home, shows kindliness EVANS YOU ARE SECURE. FOR HERE EVERY PIECE,

millions. towards the unfortunate and love towards EVEN THE MEREST TRIFLE-IS CHOSEN BY EX.
THE WEEKLY SENTINEL Here we find that in round numbers, mankind, and discharges his
For year, by mail pottage paid ........S1.00Attra always tending to increase, our mili- duties in the fear of God, reveals a PERTS WHOSE KNOWLEDGE AND TASTE HAVE WON
THE SENTINEL. Orlando Florida. tary and naval expenditure combined faith in eternal verities and faith in RECOGNITION.THE .
Office 107 Court Street. Arcade Building
Phone 24 exceeds three hundred millions of dollars God." BEAUTY, THE STYLE, THE WORKMANSHIP,

._-- per year, just about one million He was loved by the little childrenany ARE ALWAS THE BEST.EVANS' .
j: F. SCHUMANN, Editor. dollars every working day-a ruin- many of them sobbed on the
JOSIAH FERRIS Proprietor. ous insurace price to pay for sup- streets when the knowledge of his FAIR AND MODERATE PRICES ARE AS FAMOUS -
posed security from invasion, from death was known among the peo- AS EVANS BEAUTIFUL AND EXCLUSIVE DESIGNS

SATURDAY, MAY 3RD, 1913. which we have been free for a hun- ple. There is not a heart in Orlando COMPARISON OF VALUES INVITED.
dred years, and which today is im that is not sore at the realization that

It is easier to respect gray hairs practicable.It the kindly man and faithful public 4f
than a bald head. is held that one of our prime servant is no more. A dutiful and

o I needs to-day is residences for our most affectionate son, a, useful and
Mirrors are always casting reflections I Ambassadors abroad, the supply of one of the best liked citizens of the

on a man's best friend. millionaires willing to serve being county is no more.1NTERURBAN. (,
limited. Why not decide to vote no

Every man has n his price, but it is more Dreadnoughts the five now RAILWAYS.The T '" Evans the JewelerOPPOSITE
seldom the figure that he fixes him- under construction are completed. 'A
self. single one omitted and we have fifteen one thing that would contributemore ,

o million dollars, sufficient to pay to the development of mat won- o

You seldom hear of a man dying for sixty embassies costing $250,000 derfully rich section of country extending POST OFFICE
mertynpacndnow is the time that we s apiece. from Sanford to Kissimmee I .
from overwork. The last census shows that we and includes Seminole, Orange and EXPERT REPAIRING AND ENGRAVING.

-- have no less than twenty-two millionsof Osceola counties is an interurban rail-

Many married women like to recall men subject to military duty. Imagine road. Disinterested people who, an-

the days when they were single, and an invading force preparing nually travel the State over, pro-
had good times. abroad to attack this force we hold in nounce these three counties, the choiceof -

-. o reserve. the State, when it comes to a locality -
"The old home ain't what it usedto British authorities consider it might for home building in a health-
be" until the weeds attain their be possible for an enemy to land as ful climate and on a soil remuner-
in the many as one hundred and seventy
customary prosperity garden. atively productive. SILK STOCK
o thousand men upon their island in Shipping and passenger facilitiesare

The Congressional Record will nev- three weeks. inadequate. If the lake at San-
er get much circulation until it gives We could cope with seven times ford was connected by electric railway "
away an automobile to the most popular this number of invaders, if we could to the lake at Kissimmee, it
only induce them to accept our invi- afford
Congressman. would convenient transportation -
tation to march far enough inland and reasonable Besides
o at rates. trav-
Unfortunately, being an intimate:partake of our hospitality until they eling through the country by trolley
friend of an intimate friend of one of were rested and gave us notice they has come to be a recreation that peo- For Day
won't al- were ready to begin operations. We in with and
the powers in Washingtin ple indulge delight profit. \
\ways, indeed it scarcely ever will, would probably conquer without firinga Such a line connecting with the boat
shot. Thousands decide and
land an office. might to line at Sanford and again at Kissimmee -
in the West and work and
stay great
o would da an immense business, ,
An exchange says that the latest save until they could buy a farm. We I and make the line a dividend payer .
turn invaders into citizens. EveningWear
fad is dancing dinners. This must might I. very shortly.
Since nations bound
refer to hot tamales and pepper sass, are now to- Besides this, statistics gathered during -
or a coon party in a neighboringwater gether as members of one body in the past twelve years by the agricultural -
melon patch.A telegraphic communication and their i department, of the U. S. Government
reaches three thous-
yearly commerce
o shows that these interurban
and millions of dollars, it is unreason- enhance the value of real
Hamburg street railway company lines estate -
has solved the long hatpin nuis- able that any one nation should longerbe in the country for a distance of
ance. The woman who wears these I permitted to disturb the general three miles either side the railroadsand
peace, in which all nations are moreor that in all
monstrosities must use a cork as a I property the towns
shield or get off the car. I less concerned.Let and cities through which the line passes Our Personal Guarantee
the truth that
o us recognize man greatly enhanced in value. Out-
Political progress in Kansas has killing man as a means of settling disputes lying districts are built up, little Pair '
taken the form of Governor Stubbs is the crying sin, curse and disgrace farms and country homes are devel- Accompanies Every \ \\ \\
of time and bars claimto
our our
desiring to abolish the Legislatureand oped all along the line.
adopt in its stead the commission civilization, that as long as we tolerate Sight-seeing tourists would use

form of law making for the Sunflower mankilling as a profession we these lines and would, in this way, be
State. remain barbaric-yes, savage. I introduced to the beauties and sub- Marion B. Ives

o stantial worth of this county.

That was certainly a romantic Kan- NONE SO BLIND AS THOSE WHO The interurban railway brings the
sas girl who eloped with one Ducky WONT SEE markets much closer to the farm, affording -
Toodle. Just imagine how she will not only quick, but frequentand
feel some day when she is real mad There is a peculiar and erroneous easy communication. It enhancesthe EXCLUSIVE MILLINERY PARLORSSecond
with him and is compelled to call him notion prevailing in the minds of attractiveness of farm life just as
Ducky. people in every section of the North the rural free delivery and the tele-
o regarding the existance of Malariain phone have done and it touches bus- Floorment

Country schools with flower and the South. iness closely. The interurban railway
garden bees on the grounds, domestic It is true that malaria exists in increases the value of every acre of
science and manual training depart- certain parts of the south, but the land near which it runs, and is the developer -I

ments in doors, are the advanced intelligent warfare that has been wag- in detail after the way has -

manifestations of educational pro- ed against the mosquito and fly has been blazed, as it were, by the steam declared a lien on the propertyof MMMIIMMMMIM "
rid the greater portion of the south roads. imiiiiiitimiiiiiiimThese
gress in Minnesota.The the Northern Pacific Railway com-
from malaria.As There is plenty of capital in the absorbed the
o pany, which had prop-
to Florida on the whole no more country traversed by the proposedline
roads and the
Tampa Tribune refers to our erty of the first named ,
malaria prevails than in of the and plenty of enterprising men
tall ex-Vice-President from Indianaas many court sustained him in this contention. AUTOiOBILE BULLETIN
"Cocktail Charley." Now this is states of the Middle West. These are who ought to develop this proposition; When Boyd found the property in
facts to which many former residentsof if they do not, foreign capitalists will after the reorganization
hands -
cruel for the tall statesman has re- the same
the middle west, but new residentsof come in one of these days, build the had toy
he right
greted the weaekness displayed at as before, a get
Florida will bear witness. road and clean several millions in
up of the
the
that banquet table a thousand times.A the property for payment
o When doctors of the north have no the proposition. This is not the state- debt even though there had been a judicial -
other subject to write on they write ment of an idle dreamer, but one who sale." declared Justice Lamar. are bargains in rebuilt cars. Each one is
buckeye paragrapher suggeststhat on the subject of malaria in the southas has had twelve years experience and guaranteed to be in firstclass condition is
Uncle Sam take Mexico and turn fully equipped
will be seen from the following: knows all the kinks and crimps.
it over to the suffragettes, permitting APOPKA ITEMS. and ready to run.
"Dr. W. A. Evans of Chicago, is The moneyed men of these three
them to colonize there, and see if they quoted as having said at "the malarial counties ought to build this road on Apopka, Fla., May 2.Mallory:
really can govern themselves. Not a conference" held in St. Louis a their own accountCORPORATIONS Welch, son of J. Welch who had the
bod idea. Go to it old !
girls few days ago that "malaria could be misfortune to break his arm during; "
o 1 1912 Studebaker 30" four-passenger, extra tire
annihilated in the south by fighting MUST PAY a baseball game between Winter Gar-
There are no longer prehistorichens mosquitoes, draining the swamps, DEBTS den and the local boys, again met and rim. Hartford shock absorbers, etc. $600.
with teeth in this little world educating the people to sleep behind with an accident, necessitating him

of ours, but it takes a man with screans and distributing quinine to I The United States-Supreme Court being again brought to the Christ

nightly strange teeth to masticatesome those who cannot buy it." He was I has put a period in the written law of Sanitarium in Orlando for treatment. I c

of thise prehistoric hens sold declared to have alleged "a swift i I the land that causes high finance to This time he fell from a wagon, the 1 1910 Studebaker "30" five-passenger, fully equip-
by the butcher as prime spring spectacular campaign would wipe out pause with a jolt. wheels passing over his shoulder, dislocating -il
ped. $lOO.
chicks.A ; the disease," and to have added "the For many years it has been the it.
o : extinction of the mosquito would add practice of large corporations to avoid The Apopka Base Ball Team went I
scientist in Norway has figured $10 to the value of every acre of payment of legitimate debts by the over Thursday to play the Mount
that this earth is 1,000,000,000,000years land in the South, and under anti- large stock holders getting to gether Dora Invincibles. A double header :!
1 Model 10 Buick, repainted and rebuilt $300.
old. He is still a few years malarial conditions the total corn crop and on one pretext and another reorganizing was played, resulting in a victory for ,
shy This world always was and always would be doubled." and leaving the small Apopka in both games. First game: !

will be-so far as man knows, The doctor is right in part and stockholders and creditors holding the 7 to 3; second, 4 to 1. Batteries for:'
at least, the story of Adam and Eve wrong in part. The writer knows Apopka: Ulrich Witherington and

to the contrary notwithstanding.A personally that in many counties in bag.Several years ago John H. Boyd obtained McClure. I! SAN JUAN GARAGE
o Illinois the mosquitoes are a greater judgment against the Coeurd' Apopka plays Ocoee on the latter's
judge out at Los Angeles has pest than in the whole'state of Flor- Aline Railway and navigation corn- ground on Saturday, May, 3rd.
ida and some counties in that Baseball fever is hard on the Con-I tllllllilllellllll ; III'IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII'111I
ruled that a wife is not obliged to get same any for the sum of $125,000.
state, where one will show Lumber & Veneer Co. The -
breakfast for a man who has been any more Whereupon the company reorgan- sumers' I-
"out with the boys" all night. What cases of malaria than any one in flor- ized and the property was turned over mill force was badly crippled on Sat-;

man wants breakfast after he has ida. to the Northern Pacific Railroad com- urday and on Monday last the colored:. SENTIEL
been breakfast after he has been out I pany, a new organization of the old help deserted to see the game between READ THE

all night, either with the boys or I I Plenty of men and things seem stock holders.Mr. Eatonville and Apopka. Everybodyis .
somebody else? easy until you try to do them. Boyd sought to have his judg- baseball crazy here. it





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THE STORE OF SATISFACTION Material of Voiles, Panamas San Toys, Wide Wale Chev and Floral designs. 27 inch goods, 50c and 75c and in 45-inch

iots, Wool Taffetas, Whipcords, and Suiting Serges, in Colorings goods, $1.00 and $1.25.SWISS .
Satisfaction to our customers, as they get goods that are T'
of Gray, Fawn, Cadet, Brown, ALL OVER EMBROIDERY
perfect, reliable and seasonable; and Satisfaction to ourselves I ,
range from $3.50 to $1000
in buying and selling only goods of absolutely FIRST CHOICE New designs and new effects, prices 60, 75 and $1.00 the

CHARACTER. CHILDREN'S WHITE LAWN AND EMBROIDERY yard. Also All over Laces, in prices from 50c to &.50 the.

yard.
"'e buy nothing of a JOB nature, as JOBS always consist DRESSES 0

of one of three things, ((last season's bad sellers, imperfect STRAW HATS FOR MEN

goods, or unseasonable cleanups) and sometimes, they In very handsome new Embroidery Designs, with the Our collection will bear comparison with any line i in the

embody aH three in one article. We take pride in offering only new Pleated Skirt Effects. The shipment just to hand includes State.

the most dependable goods to our customers, and we know the all sizes from'six months, to 14 years, and prices ranges from Newest shapes and blocks, in straws $1.00 to $3.00

prices are right 1 vr* "' '"" 50c to $3.00 a garment. Genuine Panamas, $5.00 to $10.00 in all shapes.

Also a large line of Children's hats in Straws. Felts,

We have Just received a large shipment of NEW SWISS EMBROIDERED FLOUNCINGS Linens, Gliria, etc. Prices range from 25c to 125.

READY TO WEAR SKIRTS In beautiful Plouen and St. Gall patterns, in conventional Don't forget the place. .





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Mr. M. 0. Overstreet is expected Mr. M. S. Moreman, of Switzerland, Try a Sunday Chicken Dinner at FLORIDA CLIMATE. SHERIFF GORDON.Mr. .

home today from a business trip to one of the most extensive horticulturists i the Arcade, 50c.

Georgia. in the State, is among Orlando's I I If anybody can imagine a more ideal : Frank Gordon has received the

THE TUNER visitors today.Mr. I I In doing your marketing today, remember climate than Florida has presentedher temporary appointment sheriff
as until
ORLANDO.FLA.Trl Messrs. J. M. Green and J. M. Jonesof ___ I that the Parlor Market on 800,000 happy, contented people the
I, regular appointment is made
Fort Valley, Ga.f are among the J. C. Massey, of Atlanta, the Pine street is specially prepared to during the month of April and the introductory by the Governor. Mr. Gordon will be

late arrivals at the San Juan. clever representative of the Keystone I cater to your wants with a fresh and days of May, that person acting sheriff for the Circuit Court

Chicken Dinner at Type Foundry, is in Orlando today up-to-date stock of everything in sea- has an imagination that reaches next week.
a Sunday I Sheriff C. J. Perry, of St. Johns interviewing the trade. son. through the ethereal blue to the Pear!

the Arcade, 50c. I county, spent yesterday in Orlando, I ly Gates of Glory. I
IMr. THE ACME TOUCH.In .
returning to St. Augustine last night. I Without shadow of a doubt,'some Every day bright sunshine, with a
who has been
Allston left yesterdayfor Mr. W. T. Kuhn, con- the course of work and
Frank my ex
of the automobile breeze I
greatest propositions refreshing just cool enoughto
his home in Charlotte, N. C. nected with the Western Union Tele- periments with pianos, I have discovered
north for offered the of this
Among those returning ever people make one feel comfortable and good
graph Company for some time, left a means of action
the summer yesterday was Mr. W. W. I section will be found in the advertisement natured. adjustmentfor
of Clermont, was last night for Kentucky, where his I upright pianos that brings the
Milholland,
Mrs. Burlingham, who goes to McKeesport, !I of the San Juan Garage pub- Florida has a climate distinctivelyher action
a visitor to the city yesterday after- i parents preceded him some days since. to the highest point of responsiveness.
I Pennsylvania.Mrs. !i lisped: in another column. Read it. own. '
noon. i The change is unmistakable,

Dr. B. C. Abernethy, who has been i i the improved FEEL of the keys made
i S. A. Russell of 511 Hughey | It is becoming more evident every HIGH SCHOOL DEBATE. I
Mr. and Mrs. T. N. Campbell departed -| suffering for some time from an attack -' II doubly responsive and pleasing to the
,street is the possessor of many beauti- day that when the history of the present -. I
yesterday for their home in of rheumatism, will leave today :! performer. During the next three
I ful flowers and brought some dahliasto I Legislature is written, it will be Resolved That the Citizens of the j
Nashport, Ohio. for Hot Springs, where he will spend '" : months, I wish to tune two hundred
this office that must be five inchesin found it has enacted less progressive Islands Should Have Their
I the next four weeks. His many friends Phillipine I pianos in and around Orlando, and
diameter and are perfect specimens. legislation than was ever enacted by
j debated the
Mrs. Anna P. Dodge left Orlando] sincerely hope that he will be greatly !' Freedom, was by High i without extra charge, will give all
other in
general assembly
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I any any last
yesterday for Middletown, Conn., to, benefitted by the trip. School Debating Society night upright pianos this most delightful
Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Curtis and State of the Union.
; and decided in the affirmative !
remain until the fall. i ___ i I was by ; touch improvement. Next winter I
sister,. Miss Switzer, who have been I Ii vote of two to i
I' a one. expect to charge five dollars extra for
i Automobile and dress gloves at half
spending several days at Daytona MURDER AS A PROFESSION !
The affirmative
Miss
I' was argued by I
Mr. C. D. Dunkirk, who has spent :j price. CLARK ROBERTSON. the readjustment independent of the
Beach returned home yesterday. They i iI Mulholland and Mr. George Dolive. '
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his I
returned to tuning.
winter in the city
the I 4-29 3tThe
made the trip in their Ford auto in Peculiar isn't it that
I proposition, Negative, Miss McCullough and Mr.
home in St. Louis, last night. ; 4-26 6t WADE, the tuner.
I five hours. i( in the greatest city in this civilized J Walker. Mr. Walker being absent,

* W. B. -Freas has closed herj girls of the Cathedral School I(i country, a band of men may decree ;} Mr. Delaney Way was appointed to
Mrs. t -Mr.-John- Kaley left yesterday for attended Lucerne Matinee yesterday I the sudden death of one who has in-' take his place. DID YOU FORGET THAT WEDDING .
home on Jackson street and gone toj i Pa. where he is called The of that GIFT?
Lebanon, on afternoon. picture groupof curred their displeasure, and execute -
Wilkesbarre, Pa., for the summer. .1 j. account of the Serious illness of his girls was so enchanting that we almost -| the sentence on a crowded street, --""-- I

daughter. Uncle John, the jovial believed that somebody had left i with all the deliberation that would Try a Sunday: Chicken Dinner at Those friends of yours are to be

Mrs. L. A. Durkee, after spending I owner of "Illini" will be missed by his the gates of Eden open and that a I;attend the carrying out of a death- the Arcade, 50c. I married next week and you forgot to

the winter in Orlando, left this week I I neighbors. I huge bouquet of white lillies and roses sentence by a court of law? send a present!

for her home in Fort Edward, N. Y'I had come floating out to the view of ; This is the situpation in New York TilE EXIT OF TEMPLE I It was not exactly a case of forgetting -

I I j i| Mr. and Mrs. Martin Chessman left earthly mortals. ) |City, where the gunmen have just perhaps-it was rather a mat

Mr, and Mrs. W. V. Gould and little I]! last night for their home in Missouri. ----- I i II(carried out another of their artistic i Rube Allyn, tof the Sarasota Sun,I ter of procrastination-putting off until -

son, of DeLand, spent yesterday at, Mr. Chesman purchased a suburbanlot Mr.: and Mrs. Augustus Nathan i ji I murders, shooting down a former ally i has a characteristic comment on the I tomorrow what was too much trouble -

the San Juan, leaving on the evening I and will come back next winter and daughter left yesterday for their I who "squealed" to the authorities.The retirement of W. C. Temple from the to do today. For it is a problem

train for Tampa. and build a home. Our suburban districts home in Clifton, N. J.Ir.. Nathan !; Rosenthal murder brought this 1> management of the Florida Citrus I j'j to pick out a wedding gift; its difficultto

are building so rapidly that : Exchange. Rube says "they gave make a selection.
I up and family are among the regular 'condition of affairs forcibly to the :
Mrs. A. J. Isbells has returned to I they threaten to eclipse the interior. winter residents of Orlando, where, 'attention of the country and, despite'the him a chance to sneak out the Have you read the advertisementsin

her home in Bayonne N. J. She will I Mr. Nathan is the owner of much I clamor raised as a result of that i back door," and that "they have finished the Sentinel? If )'ou.have not,

be in Mr. Manning's party who live in I Men and Boy's Pants at half price. valuable property. The family has crime, the killings go on, as duly ordered j him now, for a few minutes while I read them now an appropriate suggestion -

the same city. II'4-29 3t CLARK ROBERTSON. enjoyed the hospitality of Duke's Hall by the "gang. I he changes his facial expression and' for that presentsomethinguseful

I during the past winter. We inveigh against the Camorraas I puts on a pair of heavy boots when I or something ornamental.The .
he will kick the
)Ir. F.1.. Barker, aDd Mr. F. II. Capt. Harry P. Leu, of Orlando, a we did against the Mafia-but how 'I' probably daylightsout Sentinel's advertising column

Williams of the Pierce Electrical Co., prominent business man of the Or- Mr. J. P. Manning left Friday for about our own murder socities?- of something. are full of reliable advice. on every
i Rube, however, comforts Mr. Tem- problem.
were taking in the sights of DeLand ange county capital, was in Tampa Jacksonville, where he will spend Tampa Tribune.
pIe with the assurance that, if he
yesterday.Mr yesterday on a short business mission several days before departing for his
needs a job he can be employed as
Capt. Leu states that Orlandois home in Bayonne, N. J., where he will Sunday, June 1, has been set as the j Shaiuubarger's for bicycles uij
I I I sporting editor of the Sun, "to report
Sundries.
and Mrs. Mentone Gage, who one of the most hustling towns in spend the summer, and will returnto date for the opening of the big chau-, the j tf
big league games in New York.
own a pretty home in this city, left Florida and that even if Sanford has Orlando in the early fall and expects taupua in Live Oak. A splendid pro- -Tampa Tribune.

yesterday for their home in Glens succeeded in slicing Orange county, to build a nice home. We like gram has been arranged and the railroads It takes a moving van to show up

Falls, N. Y.Attorney. Orlando will continue to grow just as the looks of this, as there are many i will offer special rates to and the family furniture.

rapidly as it has in the past few pretty birds in Orlando who wouldbe from for this event. The chautaupuawill ANNOUNCEMENT.The :

j C. B. Robinson returned .ears.-Tampa Tribune. an adornment to any cage. last a week. I -
Sentinel is requested to an-
last evening from a business visit to I
Sanford, but will leave today for a I Try a Sunday Chicken Dinner at See my display add. Nearly every man is edited by a nounce that A. Y. Fuller will be an f Paul A. Horn
applicant for Sheriff when the Orange
two week's stay in Tampa. the Arcade, 50c. 4.29 3t CLARK ROBERTSON. woman. 'I
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JAPANESE IX AMERICAThe Beginning next Monday morningand MIIIIIIMIIHiillMmilMIHMMIMtillMttMna

extending through to Saturday

real situation in California is a night, the annual Officers' School of

continuation of the movement begun the National Guard of Florida will be THE MARKETOf
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held in St. Augustine. "
eight years ago by San Francisco / o

unions against Japanese immigrationand -

now given a sudden and acute Thirty-seven car loads of potatoesleft
night makinga Cleanliness Of Quality : :
turn by protests of farmers in certain Hastings Saturday ,
total movement for the season from
localities against the Japenese own-
section of barrels for the
that 78,240
ership of farming lands. L FRESH AND SALTMEATS
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The immigration question is disposed -:week 15,765 barrels. .: :- .

of by the agreement of the FISH AND GAME
Grand Island _
The watermelon at -
State Deparment with the Foreign crop

Office of Japan by which no new Japa- Florida is said to be in excel- Kept under the best sanitary conditions.

nese laborers have reached the coast lent shape, and the vines are full of Vacation Hint

siice 1907. large melons. Prospects are godd and I I Everything screened away from the flies, and kept fresh

The movement is now turned the growers are anticipating a heavy Before you buy a railroad ticket

yield. 0 for this or that summer resort, p and pure.
against resident Japanese. Japanese .
come in and look at our MidSummer
owend In 1912, 12,726 acres or 334 We invite and satisfaction. We have
inspection guarantee
NOTICE Woolen line and let us make ;
farms of an assessed value of $470,
a cool Summer Outing Suit for ( in the Meat Line.
000, largely second-rate land, mostlyin In Circuit Court 7th Judicial FloridaH. Circuit Orange I everything

Sacramento, Solano and Fresno P. Fitch County you. n
vs. Bill to Quiet Title, etc. B"A We make a specialty of Nor-
Counties. They irrigate and spend" William D. HilL folks and will be Ceased to I The PARLOR MARKET
much labor, greatly improving the To William D. Hill:
It appears from the affidavit of J. H. Jones, show you a few of our latest
land and raising mostly strawberries, herein duly filed tht he is of counsel for the I models.
complainant in the above entitled cause; that
grapes, vegetables and small fruits. the place of residence of the defendant, Wil-
Their profits are greater than thoseof liam D. Hill i is unknown, and that he believesthe Fashion H. M. Self & Co.
other
defendant is a resident of a state
ordinary farmers. They extend than the State of Florida, that these is no i Shopr
intensive person in the State of Florida, service of
operations by farming the defendant Hand Building
subpoena upon whom would bind -
rather than by increased acreage. That affiant believes the defendantis I Church and 18.20 PINE STREETPhone
Orange Orlando
above the age of 21 years.
Many Farmers Friendly You are therefore ordered to appear to this

Some of their neighbors object to the Bill same on Monday being a the Rule 7th Day day of of this July Court.It 1913. I l UK! it III i! ''III '' Illi' Cpl No. 80

their Oriental ways and economical is further ordered that this notice be
published for eight consecutive weeks in the
living. Farmers are by no means a South Florida Sentinel, a newspaper published -- -- -- -
unit as to this, there being many in Orange County Florida. o .tIMIMIMMtlHMIItMIMMHIHIIIimimMllllltIn
Witness B. M. Robinson, Clerk of the said
strong friends of the Japanese about Court and the seal thereof this the 2nd day BUSINESS BOOSTERS iltMHIMMIMIMIMMH

Fresno and Sacramento. Some pro- of May, A. D. 1913. 0 CLASSIFIED I t ,1 " K
SEAL
( ) classified advertisements I
Business Boosters ( !
tsts come from disticts where there B. M. ROBINSON, Clerk.
By M. A. HOWARD, D. C. ) received after 10 o'clock :
are no Japanese whatever, as a resultof JONES &JONES midnight, will be run in the "Too Late I
the agitation. Complainant's Solicitors. to Classify" column., I New QuartersWe
lines less : THE ONE CIGAR THAT j
Many people honestly fear the influence NOTICEIn Boosters of five or -approximately -
30 words-one time, 25 I
of the Japanese because of the Circuit Court 7th Judicial Circuit Orange cents; three times 50 ctnts; one week '

dread of race problems, as developedin County FloridaJ. (six daily and one weekly editions) : EVERYBODY LIKES
W. Carter
the South. It is not a parallel case, vs. Reformation of Deed.J. $1.00; one month, $3.00. :

however, as the Japanese never were To. F.J. Miller.F. Miller: BARGAINS-For Sale two lots best : are now located in the new Hyer

slaves, are more industrious than the It appears from the affidavit of C. K. part of beautiful Colonial Park. I
Carter herein duly filed in which he says he & Davis building Church (
average European and are more am- is the agent and husband of the complainant Also fast, gentle young pony, harness : on street.
bitious. Their number is small, and J. W. Carter in the above stated cause. That and bug ,complete. Enquire at Sentinel I BAWLEDSTRAIGHTS
the defendant J. F. Miller is a nonresidentof Office. 27-3t I We better fill all
prepared to
under present restrictions is not in- the Stat of Florida, and that his post are your
office address is Millrsburg Kentucky. That
creasing. there is no person in the State of Florida, FOR SALE OR TRADE-A five passenger : in theHABDWABT5
Every where it is admitted that the the service of a subpoena upon whom would Rambler automobile, 24H. wants
bind said defendant. That affiant believesthe P. for lots in around ,...,
or acreage or
little Japs are sober, industrious and said defendant is above the age of 21
Orlando. Address M. P. WOLLAM,
thrifty. Indeed it is their thrift that years.You are therefore ordered to appear to this Orlando, Fla. 4-26 3t Get the best cigar at five LINE

excites the envy and animosity of Bill on Monday the 2nd day of June, 1913, cents, the next time you
the same being a Rule Day of this Court.
labor unions and shiftless farmers. It is further ordered that this notice be FOR HIRE-Nice seven passenger want to smoke-judge for
consecutive weeks, in the touring car. Large and roomy.
published for four yourself.
The agitation has its rise in bad
South Florida Sentinel, a newspaper published 4-20 tf J. B. MAGRUDER.BUY THE
quarters. in Orange County, Florida.
Witness B. M. Robinson, Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court and the seal thereof this the 2nd a lot in Thornton Park, a nice
NEWS OF FLORIDAThe day of May A. D. 1913. suburb in east part of the city. Carl I HELMS HARDWARECOMPANY
(SEAL) Jensen. Made in Orlando and sold
shipping of watermelons in car B. M. ROBINSON. ClerkBy
M. A. HOWARD D. C. by all dealers.
lots from Lisbon will begin about May JONES & JONES. OAK HILL is the beautiful subdivision -
15th. Solicitors for Complainant. to the Northeast of the city andI
still have some choice lots there.
NOTICEIn Carl Jensen.
The next annual convention of the IIIMIItMIIIIIIMMHMII IMMtltlitt HIIIIIIMIMIHH...
Circuit Court 7th Judicial Circuit, Orange
Florida Bankers' Association will be County, Florida WANTED position as manager,
.J. F. Watkins caretaker ana collector for non-
held in Lakeland. i vs. Bill to Quiet Title. resident property owners. By man of I Subscribe For The Sentinel.
I C. A. Wicks and Wicks, his wife. .
To C. A. Wicks and -. Wicks, his wife: experience who can give it close at- ..,...". .
A German-American Club has been It appears from the affidavit of J. H. Jones tention. Address. Collector, Senti- WELCOME TO
herein duly filed that he is of council for nel. 4-
organized in Daytona. The member- the complainant in the foregoing cause. That 4ffMilillimiMttlHttMM MMHIIIIiltlitli ||

ship already includes a large number the ants addresses C. A. Wicks and and residences-:.... Wicks of are the unknown.defend- FOR SALE-New seven-roon house, ROYAL PALM

That it is the belief of affiant that each of I with all modern improvements.
the defendants are residents of a state other I $3,000. Will take automobile in part For the Ladies of Orlando
than the State of Florida, and that there is pay. Address Owner, care Sentinel. BARBER SHOP
At"an early date the citizens of no person in the State of Florida service DEMONSTRATION
upon whom of a subpoena will bind the defendants
St. Petersburg will have a chance to or either of them. That affiant believes WANTED business partner in a Modern and Complete. combings
want and has reason to believe that both of manufacturing business with well If you have any don't throw them away.
whether not they a mu-
say the said. defendants are over the age of 21years established trade. Need more capitaland Everything new, individual You have in your city, L Gold, a manufacturer of hair goods,
electric plant.
nicipal light You are therefore ordered to appear to this will take partner oc will make a electric attachments dt every at Dade City, Fla., but recently from Chicago, where you
Bill on Monday, the 7th day of July 1913, I stock company with $15,000 to $20-
I chair. No stone has been left can bring your combings and have a switch braid, transformation -
One of the largest meetings ever the same being a rule day of this Court. 000 capital. Plant up to date and in
It is further ordered that this notice be excellent condition. Address Manu- unturned to make this shop ; or any piece of hair work you would like to have
held in Lynn Haven took place a few published for eight consecutive weks, in the
South Florida Sentinel, a newspaper publishedin facturer, in care of Sentinel. tf meet th erequirements of the made from
nights when the city charter was Florida.
ago Orange County
of $1.50 to $2.50Also
of that Witness B. M. Robinson Clerk of the Circuit FOR RENT-Furnished most particular. Plenty
the
presented to people place my cottageon
Court and the seal thereof this the 2nd day room. Courteous attendants. large line of finest French cut hair
quality
and was accepted by a large majority. of May, A. D. 1913. Lucerne Circle. Jas. A. Knox. carry a ,
the citizens all united I SEAL) ELIJAH WHITEHEAD which we make to order to match. We demonstrate the work
Now that are Turpentine
B. M. ROBINSON, ClerkBy FOR SALE-Overstreet
afternoon from 2 to 5. Also large line of sanitary
a
every carry
M. A. HOWARD, D. C. Proprietor.
in a common purpose great progressis Company's Stock. Inquire at the
JONES & JONES, hair Switches 1 50c11 10 and 20
Sentinel Office. 266t. goods. % oz., ; oz.,
Orlando Fla.
anticipated. t Solicitors for Complainant Orange Ave., ,
ins. long, $1; 2 oz., 24 ins. long 1.50; 2i/2 oz., 26 ins. long 2.25

___n_ ___ FOR-The Methodist church to the WE MATCH ALL SHADES. Silk hair nets 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

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F. N. BOARDMANDRY

\ FOR SALE-At half price, for cash.
1 New upright piano, cost $400. Com- When you want any of theEMERGENCYSUPPUES GOODS AND NOTIONS ORLANDO, FLORIDA
1' puting scales, cost $85. Platform .
scales, cost $15. also four show cases, IIIMIIIiitllllMIIHiHIIIMIIHHIIIitlitlHIIIMORLANDO
eight fine Durock and Berkshire three
mentioned in
months pigs. First class two year

old Office.mule colt. Address Bargains,25-7t this JOHNSON & JOHNSON'SHandbook (0- '


FOR RENT-Flat of five rovins on
Main street near Lake Lucerne with
all modern conveniences. First

floor reasonable rent. Apply Sen-
COLLEGE
tinel office. 4-26 3t of BUSINESS


ESTRAY-I have taken up as an
estray one Dunn Cow with few SAid
white spots. Crop upper and under
Your athlete demands free-play boot for the bit, in one ear; crop bolt in the otherear. o MODERN COURSES IN

bones and muscles of his feet-The Gotham is Brand single "0" J. G. Lee,
Pine Castle, Fla. tf
an athletic last i here is the place to get Single and Double Entry Bookkeeping. Corporation -

Are you one of these men who.have a pretty definite FOR nished RENT-Four, Concord Park room, cottage one block fur- them. Call or 'phone. Bookkeeping, Banking, Shorthand,

idea of what they want in a shoe ? "Hang the styles," from Orange Ave. $10.00 per month.

say you. "Give me a good natural shape, with Inquire Wm. Coryell, Concord Ave. Typewriting, Penmanship, Commercial Law,

plenty of toe room and a sensibly rounded toe." If Apr.27 May4-ll DeLaney Drug Co. I Commercial Arithmetic, Spelling and all

say that to a salesman, are pretty sure to get
you you
WANTED nurse for a child two Branches of Civil Service.
one of the handsomest shoes in the Regal line- the I years old, elderly woman preferred.I Orange Avenue, I

Gotham. This shape was good ten years ago and Call at No. 11, Broadway. 5.14t I I

will be popular ten years hence. It comes as near DAY AND NIGHT CLASSESExperienced
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shoe that built. Men and Boy's Hats, Caps and
being right as any was ever GOOD WORK MULES
Sweaters at half price.
Teachers in Charge. Diplomas
Gotham Black King Calf 4-29 3t CLARK ROBERTSON. i i

and Tan Russia Calf o Granted and Positions Secured for Gradu-

Brogue Blucher Oxford FOR SALE-At a .bargain, horse, I For Sale by

buggy and harness. Good family I ates.
$4.00 horse. Call on Geo. Hull, Pine Castle
Institutions.
Road, Orlando, Fla. 513t. II I H. G. & Harper Patronize Home


WANTED TO CHANGE-68 acres of South Hughy St. Phone 534
land Vt mile from railroad station, I I For Prices and Terms call on or address:
in Whiteside county, Illinois. Price

good$6,500 orange, encumbered and grapefruit for $1000.grove Want, !! Hauling of all kinds, and plow ,



F1 RE GALS Florida good will other assume.buildings properties, or stock Address in merchandise.will Central,exchange Box or 427 South Have, and ing carefully looked after. Orlallifo I B Bilsilless Colifte ll [



4.30 d & w Iw Memphis, Mo. AOTRIAI L
US THIRD FLOOR PHONE 537

Brown & Lartigue Whatever else may be said, it must rIVE HAND BUILDING ORLANDO FLA

. be said that the new nickel has more ,

than five cents worth of art on it. Subscribe for the Sentinel.

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BASEBALLMAKINGMaterials and-Methods Used In i I rORLANDO BANK & Iilli I COMP ANr Before YouBuy v


Building Up the Spheres.

Capital and Surplus and Undivided Profits $120,000.00.
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.ONLY ONE PROCESS BY HAND. Total Resources over Three-quarters 01 a Million.

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That Is Sewing on the Covert, a Task Statement .( the Orlando Buk tad

to Which Machines Are Not Equal. ?i >t Trust Co. at Clow of BaaincM
The Yarns Are Wound by Machinery M1 O
Because Hand Work Was a Failure & April 16tb,1913-The SerI -
Consider
Quality
There are few fans who realize just I eatk Ainire'nary of Style,

how much work Is required In the r :- 1U Existence

making of a regulagon sized baseball 7$ I Price and then choose
The centers of baseballs are made of f''- "r ,
pure Para rubber in most cases but ;;. .
I RESOURCES
the cork center ball which has been
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patented Is an exception. The Idea of Loans and DiacounU.....$..197..
the center piece of rubber, of course Is Overdrafts .............. 922JI
to give the ball resiliency. If a baseball r" Allen
was made,without this center pieceIt 4 Real Estate, FurnIture & Co.

would be "dead"-that Is, It would and Fixtures .......... 25,853.44
not have the desired bounding qualities f Stocks and Bonds ........ 26,01843
the "life." The centerpieces are Cash on hand and in Banks S6,!67J1
generally made to order for the base ti. JEWELERS

ball factories. The next proces-s In the Total ................789260.08
making of a ball Is the winding on of

pure woolen yarn. There was a time v I LIABILITIES Orlando FloridaLet
when the yarn was wound around the F ,
Para by band but soon it became necessary Capital Stock ...........100000.00
1 .
to get a machine which would I W Surplus and Undivided

do the work of man. It was found in Profits ................ 24J44J5
the times when the yarn was wound Deposits ................ 666.115JI
by hand that the man coming to workat
9 o'clock in the morning was puttingout 2 l 4. it Us Regulate Your Watch
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better balls than he was in the aft Total ................$.789JNOJDIDe
ernoon around 3 o'clock. Winding by -i V .
hand was a tiresome Job, and toward EVERYTHING GUARANTEED
the late afternoon the men began to April 4,191l.b98S7b.6fDeposits I
get. tired, and consequently the yarn
was not wound around the ball tight April 18, 1111... 665,11141

enough. Many balls were returned to State Gtrfnaeat, State and Gouty Depository Increase in 12 days ......$..7248188IlilliMIIIIIMIIIIHtMHIiliiititMHMtlillillilHMIM
the factory because they did not possess L J -

Realizing the resilient that powers.this personal defect Owr0 THE H. H. P. STRAIGHT

was something which had to be overcome _
a machine for the winding pur- For Sale at all Cifar Stores -
pose was worked upon and perfected.
Now all baseballs are wound by mechanical Orlando's Newest Ciga r Made in Orlando. 1

power, and much better work ..- ..,
Havana and F lorida Wrappers
than did do Is
man or can accomplished.
The yarn is wound around Try One an d Be Convinced
the Para under heavy tension, almostto W. M. SLEMONSWe

the enough breaking has point.been put Consequentlywhen on the ball HERMAN H. PINDER M'f''r

is very strong and almost solid, due to
212 South OrangeKeep
the tight tension used. In the days of
hand making many balls were soggy
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and could soft not be because kept by a the uniform person tension wind- are confident that the clothes we sell made by Schloss IHtiitlilliMMMMIIIMMiMilMMMHMMHMIMI

Ing. There are three layers of woolen
yarn over the para. For about an inch Bros are superior in quality and style to any that you I
In thickness three ply yam of blue Cool i
color is used and over this is wound a can buy. .
thin layer of white two ply yarn. The > i
blue yarn Is again: brought into use.
but is only of one ply, MEN WHO WEAR CLOTHES BOUGHT FROM US
Naturally It develops that somethingto
cover the wool yarn must be used in ARE' WELL DRESSED
order to keep it from unwinding. The Fireless CookersAND
ball must be solid so that when it
comes in contact with a bat the Our prices are very reasonable. Do not think of buying
threads will cot break or move out of
place. It has been found that camel's elsewhere until you have tried on one of Schloss Bros suits.
hair stretched yarn is the best for covering
the ball after the wool has been ,
ELECTRIC FANSTO
put on and the ball is the size desired. WE ALSO SELL LORD BALTIMORE CLOTHING FOR BOYS. H
This hair is put on wet. and when it
dries a contraction takes place making -
the ball more firm and at the same KEEP COOL WITH .
time solidifying It. Only a thin layerof
the camel's hair Is used just

ing enough in Is position.over to warrant a very After the fine the wool layer drying yarn of keep process specially W. M. SLEMONSi i H [ELECTRIC l[ IKONS S AND TOASTERS[ S SFOR

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made cement is applied by j I :
means of 'dipping the ball into the ..
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fluid. Then the ball is ready to cover. .11..1..11.1..1.1
Most balls are covered with alum tan
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ed which has been found to be of good

use for the hammering which a base- [ [lf T IC011Inc1 L

ball shape gets.by means This of is pin cut dies into which its proper also IF YOU WANT THE LATESTIN '

punch small holes around the edge of
the hide to be used In the sewing. The HAND BUfLDINGOAKLAND
ball Is sent to the men doing the sew
ing which Is now and always has been DRY GOODS CLOTHING
THE LINE OF UP TO DATE +tHIIMMMtttHittMII8MIIMIIMMlMlllltiiM
done by hand. Machines have been
tried but not one of them has proved HATS AND SHOES, ALSO LADIES READY TO WEAR o
equal to the task. The men who sew aatara, a
on the covers must be experienced and DRESSES OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS COME TO B. SALO-
very capable In their work. This sewing EVERYTHINGIN
MON. SATISFACTION GUARANTEED OR MONEY
process must be done with great o THE
accuracy. The work appears to be REFUNDED. -
tiresome and rather tedious, and so it
is. A man working at his fastest can
do only two to three dozen a day. FEEDFOR
THE CAR
With the covers sewed on the finish- B. Salomon Orlando _
ing up processes come next Naturally EVERYBOY'Is
Just after the sewing has been completed ITHAT -
the seams are rather rough. A o
good baseball if one will notice is liMimilliiimiiliMMtllllllllltltttllilttlltlllttMMIIIIIIIII,lMIMMt TALKING
amooth over the entire surface. Includ
tug the seams. A pitcher, if he had to DID YOU BUY II I ABOUTASK lIYf STOCKLAUBACH
use a ball with rough seams would not
be able to do his best work, as a bulge UNDERTAKER ARMSTRONGThe FOR DEMONSTRATIONSEE
io the ball would be trying to him. overheard a prominent hardware
The roughness would make the fingers this to
dealer say morning a prominent -
lOre from the continual rubbing. citizen of Orlando, I could hart ARTISTIC PICTURE FRAMER of Orlando J
Therefore to do away with this the ball bought land at $2.50 and $5.00 bat The Grain Man.
Is put in a rolling machine which did not do It. PINS STREET
presses out the rough seam and makes I At the time he referred to I sold MAGRUDERiiiiiiiiiiiniitiiiiitiii Church Street, Phone 18
Orlando several hundred
the ball smooth all over. This done, for an man 11'1
acres of land in Orange county for .. -
the trademark is stamped on. together j
,$1.00 per acre, the same land is not
'WIth the guarantee size and weight of sold in 10 and twenty acre tracts foi 111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111.1Orlando '
the ball The balls are then taken to $30.00 per acre, and is cheap at this .
the packing room where they are
wrapped In tissue paper and still further price.What were the Orlando people: li Opera House I
wrapped in tin foil They are then be at that time? Gold mining stock :! Autos For Rent at I Oscar Hand I
sealed in pasteboard boxes and are If you had bought land, you could
seedy for shipment. I figure your profit. You knew sometime i 2 and 273
i
There are surprising numbers of ago your profit on the minim : Nights, Friday Saturday, May Any Hour &Son
stock, without having to figure on ilIf
baseballs used in this country and In I
you have not yet bought some II Successors to EL Hand
ether countr: to some extent but out .
Orlando Orange wur.ty
of every 15ii. dozen it Is claimed that there is or still opportunities for property large Mr. Frank J. Powers and his own Seven Passenger

but one hall comes back for being in profits, and I can show you.I FULL LINE OF COMPLETE c
bad conditionSpringfield Republican. can sell you something that will STEVENS. DURYEA HOUSE FURNISHINGS .

A Technical- --Move.-- ing make Call stock you and will money see not me.but buy your it. gold min- HYPNOTIC COMEDY[ Y COMPANY Y : Ride in a Good Car. :II II -

"What ill Hut young/ lawyer chap CARL JANSEN, COME IN AND. SEE US l
I My, Matild:i when you told him it was Dickson & Ives, Orange ,
I Office over CHANGE OF PROGRAM NIGHTLYOne Cheapest Rates in Town j.
time to cu'"lie
Avenue, Orlando, Fla. f'
Imni.rf'itely began; argument for The banks and the business men of .ti w
|I stay" I'M umore American. Orlando know me, if you do not, ask Hilarious Laugh from Start to Finish i imiitiiimittmttMiii'
them. I 'Phone 34 ii "Make good" with goqd printing;

Fortune leaves always some door i Prices 25c., 35c. Children 15c. you can get it at the Sentinel Facil
I open to CIHIU. at a remedy.-Cervantes. 1 ities for the desired article unequaledin
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liMimiMIMMLouis MIMMIMMIHIMt THE PLACES OF WORSHIP
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C. Massey, President H I O

T. Pktoo Wartow. Yk.J>m. L Wtrea San, -CIIMIr AT ST. LUKE'S-CATHEDRAL. | How much would
Howard C. Bibcock. Aw't CuUer Samuel A.Niwell,Aw't CuU money
Rev. Edgar A. Sherrod, Dean.
Services for the day follows
as :
THESTATE 9:30 a. m. Sunday school. like to spend fort
10:30 a. m., Monday prayer. you
11:30, Celedration Holy Commissionand t

7:30 sermon.p. m., Evening prayer and lec

BANK ture.A.
hearty welcome for everyone at
all services. Strangers especially in-
vited. $$1tll $ lll I

of Orlando The congregation are asked to note 1
the change of afternoon service to Class
7:30 in the evening. No. 2 Nos. 2and
-- 2 AClass

THE OLDEST BANK IN THE CITYAND MethodistDr.
J. E. Wray, Pastor.
Sunday School, 9 a. m., E. C.How-
ard, Superintendent.
11 a. m., "Christian Manhood," subject
The Bank which transacts more business than of the Pastor's sermon. $$165O
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any Bank between Jacksonville and Tampa Anthem, "Ten Thousand Times _____ $$33OO
Ten Thousand," (Emerson) ClassNo. iI- _______ I
6:30 p. m. Epworth League, H. A.
50
The large patronage of this Bank has been built up Hoffner, President. r I
; : t. No. 100
7:30 p. m. Rev. Frances R. Bridgesthe
by conducting its business on sound
during twenty years Presiding Elder, will preach.
banking principles with careful attention to the legitimate Anthem, "Fear Not, 0 Israel"

wants of customers. The confidence of the publicis (Spiker) I
7:30 p. ft. Wednesday, Prayer Meet V'I '
reuected in the large amount of deposits. ing. sZOgClass*

Average deposits First Quarter of 1913, 900000. I I these Everybody services.cordially invited to all I I $ 11


FOUR PER CENT PAID ON SAVINGS ACCOUNTS fOur PRESBYTERIAN- CHURCH. No. 5 Nos. 5and 5A

Rev. John W. Stagg, pastor.
-- Sunday school at 9:45 a. m.
correspondent banks are located in every part of f Services at 11 a. m., and 7:30 p. m.

the world and include some of the largest Banks in the | Junior Senior Christian Christian Endeavor Endeavor, 6:30 3 p. "m.. | Join any of our Saving Clubs and you can have either oi theo

United States. Special music. Seats free. A cordial (above amounts to spendCall
invitation to visitors and stan-

gers.

---- --- andget: a Circular or let us explain the plan to you
JUNIOR AND SENIOR CLASSES PARTY AT THE TEA ROOM. FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH.

ENTERTAINED Mrs. C. S. Wescott, chairman of the Rev. E. T. Poulson will preach both The Peoples National Bank"It
Miss Florence Catlin and Miss Mary Park Committee of the Civic League morning and evening.
Atkinson, attractive and popular instructors arranged a pretty party at the Tea I Morning service at 11. Subject: "
at the Cathedral School, en- and Rest Room last evening, which The Uplifted Cross. is a pleasure to serve you..
tertained the Junior and Senior classes was attended by a number of playersof Sunday School at 9:30. Otto Link,
of that institution with a theatre both bridge and five hundred. Others II Superintendent. !#i
party yesterday, for the moving pic- who did not care for cards came B. Y. P. U. at 6:30.
tures. Afterwards they adjourned to 1 to "look on," and to enjoy the musical' Evening service at 7:30. Subject:: iiiMIIIIIIIMIilMMMIMIMIitMtMIIIIMIilMMIIimilllllllMiMMIill MUYowell's
the Tea Room, where Mrs. Van Ness ]program, to which Miss Beulah Roney Man's Constant Need of Christ.
had a delicious spread awaiting them. who gave several pleasing instrument There will be a mass meeting at
The entire afternoon was one of delight al numbers at the Rosalind on Thurs! 3 o'clock. Everybody invited. The sub
and the treat most heartily ap day, was a contributor. ject for the afternoon will be, Does
preciated. Assisting Mrs. Wescott were, Mesdames Religion Pay?
Merck, Cheney, Dann, Campbell
HENDRICKS-ALFRED WEDDING Hillman and Branham. WHERE WE SELL OUR GOODS
PLANS

The following invitation was received MISS ROBINSON HOSTESS AT American manufacturers are nowfinding
this morning in Ocala: BRIDGE. markets, in every country and
"Mr. and Mrs. Robert Anderson AI- colony of the world. More than one
frel request the honor of your pres- Mrs. S. A. Robinson entertained at hundred countries, colonies and dependencies
ence at the marriage of their daughter her hospitable home on Main street are included in the list, ac The Biggest Ever Extra Values in
Bernice, to Mr. Laird Woodruff lIen- yesterday afternoon with a delightful cording to the statistics of the Department .
dicks, on the morning of Wednesday, card party. of Commerce.
the fourteenth day of May, at eleven Bridge and Five Hundred were played The number of countries and colonies in Shoes White andColored
o'clock, First Presbyterian church, and of the seven tables of guests, to which automobiles were exported
Jacksonville, Florida. the highest scores were made by Mrs. I from the United States last I Having had a good run on
"At home after the first of June, Beeman, Mrs. Lawrence and Miss year is over seventy including CanaryIslands Piques
Bradford, Pennsylvania." Elizabeth Rand. A pretty silk bag, Dutch East Idies, French islands small shoes for the past week

Dr. J. R. French will officiate at this an American Beauty Apron, and a in the Pacific, Portuguese possessions at 2.25, we have decided that, Narrow and Corduroy Welts
wedding, which will be very quiet but lovely bouquet of roses were given as in Africa, Turkey in Asia,
exquisite in its simplicity, witnessedby prizes. Siam, French Guiana, each of the in order to make them go still regular 25 and 30 cent sellers.
only relatives and intimate friendsof Mrs. Robinson was assisted by her Central American republics, practically
faster the
to cut price to Very special at
the all of the South say
contracting parties. Miss AI-I I charming daughter, Miss Claire, i in American countries
fred will be given in marriage by serving dainty refreshments of salad, and all of the countries of Europe -
father and will have as her maid of!I nuts, bon bons, strawberry ice cream including Bulgaria, Eoumania, 19c.
honor, Miss Helen Hunt, of St. and cakes. Servia and Montenegro. $1.98
gustine, and the groom's sister, AU-I I I The aeroplane, a sttill more recent
Ruth Hendricks, of Orlando, will contribution to international commerce How does that sound Narrow and wide welts in
the only bridesmaid. Mr. Hendricks j I! LUCERNE THEATRE TOn.\r. went as an article of export
I white and colored 35c
will have as his best man Mr. Karl- !I last year to Japan, Brazil, Russia, Small Shoes For Small Feet to 40c
kind, of Salamanea, N. Y., and Mr. \;i! "THE EXPOSURE OF THE LANDi Panama, France, Germany, Canada,' values, for say
Alex Inglis, of Rockwell will be one ;i SWINDLERS," Kalem-the greatestthreereel Cuba, the Philippine Islands, Jamaica I The window has been filled
of the two ushers. : feature ever produced. A and Australia.
Mr. Hendricks will arrive in Ocala J marvelous triumph in the art of motion American ploughs are turning the with new styles and new sizes, 29c.

from his home in Bradford, Pa., a few'da's j picture production, presenting, soil in eighty countries and colonies, LOOK IN
previous to the wedding for a Mr. William J. Burns, the world'smost while our breakfast foods are apparently -
short visit and will also visit his famous detective in his most difficult popular the world over since
father, Mr. J. T. Hendricks in Or- experience of his detective ca I i the group "preparations for table Just received line of
a new Chiffon
lando. reer. Three thousand feet of film of food" includes nearly ninety countriesof
)Ir. and Mrs;Alfred and Miss Alfred intense dramatic interest. I destination and shows over two
will go to Jacksonville on the Note. Mr. Burns personally appearsin million dollars' value of this class of j and Net Ruffling: in Ecru and White
twelfth. this great production, which is I I merchandise exported in the fiscal
Miss Alfred is receiving the sincerest based upon one of his thrilling adI 1-1:i i year 1912.is .
wishes of legions of friends in and ventures and vividly demonstrates his I l I Prices 15c. to 50c.MMMIitMHMmimittimtttMltlMMMIMMIMIMHMM.

out of Florida and Mr. Hendricks i is I modern scientific methods in criminalinvestigation. I I .\ THE FAVORITE TODAY. I ..
Capably assisted b .
being warmly congratulated upon win- yj I HMHnillll
ning so lovely and charming a young Miss Alice Joyce, motion picture'spremier :;I "Oweing More," Victor-drama.
lady for his bride. Their Ocala friends actress. j i I "Honor of the Family," Rex-a fineI
deeply regret that the wedding will Remember this great picture will I i drama.
take place in Jacksonville instead of be shown one day only. II "The New Fire Chief," Imp-comedy YOWEL
in this city.-Ocala Star. i Special matinee at 3:30 to 5 p. m. that will make you laugh.
No advance in prices.
I Open 2 to 5 and 7 to 10 p. m. I
LUCERNE'S GREAT SHOW.The i II I
Five cents. to all.
pictures at the Lucerne tonight A good road to Orlando is a muchneeded I
will be worth going to see. "Burns," thing. Push the matter Ii I
along. Then there is that morbid form of BIG WHITE
the great detective, will be "shown"at -East Coast Advocate. !self-conceit that leads a man to consider THE STOREtitlMIHMIMIIMHIIIMIIIIItHMIMI
his best. i
Good pictures, good mu 1 himself a hoodoo because then
sic and a pleasant evening for all who The new Union church building i | home team always loses when he attends -

visit this popular play house. Fellsmere will soon be completed. a ball game.-Chicago Tribune. I'11111 11111 I 1111"I 111I I II "

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

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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