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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 4, 1913
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1913.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 1, no. 269 (Dec. 20, 1913).
General Note: J.F. Schumann, editor.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 4 (Feb. 14, 1913).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Service, Postal Telegraph until 2 a. m. PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING EXCEPT MONDAY. Orlando-Progressive Center of the Stag

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VOLUME ONE ORLANDO, FLORIDA, SUNDAY, MAY, 4TH, 1913. NUMBER 72.



LEGISLATURE IS GOVERNOR WIRfS SCHOOL TEACHERS I FREE \WOOlfNS WfBB BILL PASSED : ANNUAL \WOMAN'S


TAK1NGITS TiME MR.VOODRUFF\ fOR PUllllPINfS' RATffl BY HOUSE BY CAlifORNIA : SUFFRAGE PARADE


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ONLY FEW BILLS P.\SSED-THE REQUEST EARLY MEETINGS OF INSTRUCTORS FROM DOMAINSOF THE DEMOCRATS IN CAPITAL FUTILITY OF SECRETARY BRY- MANY NOTABLES REVIEWED

HOUSE FULL OF AMBITIOUS COMMITTEE TO RECOMMEND UNCLE SAM SAIL FOR THE PLACED THE CONSEQUENCESUP AN'S MISSION SHOWN IN VOTE I|I THE PARADE FROM GRANDSTAND

MEMBERS FLOODINGTHE CANDIDATE FOR SHERIFF ISLANDS TO TEACH THE TO THE PRESIDENT RATIFYING OF DEMOCRATIC MEMBERS :j I ERECTED FOR THAT

CALANDAR CHAIRMAN WIRES GOV. DARK SKIN RACE. THE MEASURE. OF THE UPPER HOUSE. |II! PARTICULAR PURPOSE.

Tallahassee May 3-Nearly half the Hon Seth Woodruff, Chairman of San Francisco, Cal., May 3.There Special to the Sentinel.Washington Special to The Sentinel i Special to the Sentinel
session of the Legislature is gone, and the Democratic Executive Committeeof sailed from this port for Manilla yesterday D. C., May 3.-Putting Sacramento, Cal., May 3.The ad- New York, May 3.-Ten thousand
only a very few bills have passed the Orange county, received thefol- on the steamer Mongolia, eigh- the consequences squarely up to ministration anti-alien land holdingbill women suffragettes with "Votes for
Senate. A gentleman who for a good lowing telegram from Governor Tram- ty-five American men and women the president of the United States, drawn by Attorney General Webb Women" flying at close intervals,
many years has been a conspicuous men relative to the appointment of a teachers. This number was selected the Democrats of the House, by a vote passed the Senate at 12:45 this morn- marched down Fifth avenue this afternoon -
figure around the legislative halls of sheriff for Orange county. from a large eligible list certified by of 188 to 75 today, ratified the free ing by a vote of 36 to 2, after nearlyten to make the most effective and
the state, was jollying one of the Tallahassee, Fla., May 2, 1913. the United States Civil Service Commission wool provisions in the WilsonUnderwood hours of debate. The only nega- orderly demonstration that America
Senators pn this fact yesterday, when .Hon. Seth Woodruff, Chairman, as having the necessary edu- tariff schedule, which imposes tive votes were cast by Senators Cart- has ever known.
the latter replied that it was his Orlando, Fla, cation and experience and having passed I duties on manufacturers of wool. In wright, Democrat, and Wright, Repub- There were large numbers of men
opinion that in this particular he believed Please call meeting of Democratic the required examination for the the debate it was established that under lican. I in line, but the main body of the parade -
this Senate had been loyal to Executive Committee for Orange Phillipine teaching service. the proposed duties the raisingof The principal provisions of the bill was made up of women. ,"',
its constituents. '"Why", he contin- county for as early a date as wfll be They came from nearly every Statein sheep for wool only, will be profitless are as follows: There were women of all sizes and
ued, "if we ceuld 'go on until the end :I convenient for the members and have the Union, representing some of 1. Aliens eligible to citizenship may all degrees of beauty, some afoot,
of the session without passing an- committee recommend suitable per- the best universities, colleges and The'industry bids fair to be entirely acquire and hold land to the same some on horseback and some in car-
other bill we would be the greatest son for appointment as sheriff. Let mal schools in this country. nor-I l killed in Ohio. Woolens will be I extent as citizens. riages and automobiles.
benefactors of thepeople who ever as- ter follows. them are college graduates, some have cheaper in London than in Boston, despite 2. All other aliens are limited to The parade was marked by many
sembled in this chamber." PARK TRAMMELL, done graduate work in the universities Wilson's statement to the con the specific rights conferred upon special features in the way of costumes -
The conversation attracted quite a| Governor. and others have pursued technical trary. them by the existing treaties betweenthe and the passing marchers reminded -
little assembly of people who were in[ 'Chairman' Woodruff wired back as courses preparing them to take charge The wool trust was given the ad' United States and the nations of r one of the annual "prome
the ante room to escape the dull proceedings follows: of agricultural work, manual trainingand vantage of tariff protection while the which such aliens are citizens or sub i nade des Toilettes," seen at the de
of reading a long bill and of Your telegram, May 2, received. trade school work and domestic sheep grower must compete in free jects. In the case of the Japanese the partment stores about Easter time.
adopting it by sections on second 'County Executive Committee win convene science. trade market. bill prohibits ownership of farming or Heading the parade were delega-
reading, and the opinion expressed by May 10. Will wire Commit- Those sailing from here yesterdaygo The duties on the lower grades of agricultural lands, which permitting tions from each of the nine States
the senator ,above it seemed had i I tee's recommendations. to the Phillipines under a two-year woolen cloth were placed at a higher them to own residences and factoriesmanufa where woman suffrage is in effect.
grabbed all of them. This recalls to Difference of opinion whether com- contract. This provision Is made to figure than those asked by republicansin tories and shops. Each member of this adva ce guard
mind that tthe same opinion is general mittee from territory embraced in enable the Government to ascertain their fight for protection. I 3. Leases of agricultural lands by carried an American flag. Following
throughout the state, and has new county of Seminole are eligibleas whether or not the teacher will suc- i The Democrats of Ohio, Indiana another d : such aliens are permitted for a period them, came the "Women's Political
been for a long time, that we have members of committee. ceed in the new field and also to give shoop-raising sections, who opposed not exceeding three years, There is a Union," dressed in white with pur-
too much legislation, and too little Since you are interested in regular- the teacher a chance to find out whether free wool, took no part in the question as to whether renewals wouldbe ple, green and white regalia.
consideration ,of what comes before ity of committee action kindly wire or not there is a sufficient futureto I debate, and were not present when lawful. The members of the Union were
the legislative bodies. The average!I me instructions. the service to warrant him in re- the vote was taken. 4. Aliens ineligible to citizenry led by sixteen gallant horse-women,
legislator is an ambitious American,I I SETH WOODRUFF, maining. That there are only eighty They will go on record when the cannot inherit land. Upon the deathof including Miss Inez Milholland, and
with an eye on something higherup Chairman.At five vacancies this year out of nearly bill comes up in the House on final an alien land holder, his property were followed by the official standard
and a He comes .here with a fixed determin the Governor, referring to the ,telegram teachers in the service, indicates, as i free wool, free sugar and other dis- the proceeds distributed to his heirs. Each speaker of the Union carrieda
ation to do 'things as the best way and saying: several of the teachers who sailed yes: puted items of bill. Representative 5. The State specifically reverses its little green box to be used as a rostrum
of Iceepink .himself before the public. I am disposed to apologize for ask terday say, that those already on the murdoek and other progressives sup- sovereign right to enact any and all from which to deliver convinc-
It is soon apparent that the upper you to pass upon a question which ground have the greatest faith in the ported the Democratic schedule. laws in future with respect to the ac- ing arguments in favor of suffrage
most thing in his mind is legislation, you may feel is up to the committee, future of the educational work in the quisition of real property by aliens. A group of young women carryingthe
and the deliberation employed the!i but lawyers are not agreed on it and Islands. Washington, May 3.Underwoodwsa 6. Present holdings of ineligible banners of the suffrage pioneers
better it suits'him, for the reason that J' as the committee's action, no matterwhich These new teachers say that their defeated tonight in his effort to aliens are not affected, except that I followed the speakers. In the centerof
he can more quickly get started on I', way it may decides, mays be salary, as well as all the expenses of take,bituminous coal from the free they cannot be bequeathed or sold to the group rode Rev. Antoinette t
something else which lies close to hi questioned and a protest carried up the trip, is paid from Phillipine revenues list'and make it dutiable at forty cents other aliens not eligible to citizen- Brown Blackwell, a campaigner of
ambitk; 'heart. This fact alone is to you, I thought it expedient to have that the Federal Government a ton. ship.A. 1848 at the first suffrage convention
responsible ,for many pieces of vicious you to determine it beforehand. pays no part of the cost of educa Mondell, of Wyoming said free coal companion measure identical in called at Seneca Falls, N. Y. The Rev.
legislation that slip by men who Very respectfully, !tion in the Phillipines, notwithstanding would enable Canada to supply mar phraseology, probably will pass the Blackwell was ensconced in a flower-
would not have passed them had they I SETH WOODRUFF, the fact that nearly three and a I kets of Montana and Idaho, which assembly today and will be signed by bedecked carriage, drawn by a bevyof
been advised of what they were do County Chairman. I half million dollars are spent each now use Wyoming coal. Canada imposes Governor Johnson after "a reasonable young suffragettes.
ing. I year on the schools of the Islands. a duty upon American coal.A time" has elapsed in which to hear Many notables reviewed the parade

House Members AmbitionsIt I CITY COUNCIL- --- I! When these teachers sailing on the I nnecihl rl"W"'W"e n.n4ec e .1'-n..vu." Pp I'I n.u;aiueni_t nri U n- I -from--..- thp...- f-cran/1..... .dnA.......... "."AsJ'\.L'IU /J.UI A_ it--"IUil.*
is claimed that the peresnt house That Orlando has entered upon one Mongolia yesterday get ready to return CRAZY WOMAN ON TilE RA I.I= son who has requested a respite. purpose. Believing that a man is
of representatives contains candidates "of the most progressive campaigns in to the United States, either on PAGE. In the closing hours of the debate, more easily influenced when he is comfortable
, for every office to be given out by the history of the city. That the leave of absence or by resignation at I i partisanship was lost sight of. Democrats the women allowed the men
the president or filled be election in'I Council approach the task with a vim the end of two or three years of service -II Special to The Sentinel and Republicans voted togetherin to smoke in the reviewing sand.
the next two years-with very few.exj j I worthy this splendid city all will admit the Phillipine Government will I Starkville, Miss., May .-Mrs. Ren- response to what they took to be Following the disbanding of the
ceptions, and that this is having its pay them, in addition to salary up to I sey Barron, wife of a farmer, resid the demand of the people of Califor marchers, the Women's Political Union
effet upon the avalanche of measures 'I The sewer was the first important the last day of service, an amount of ing two miles south of here, became nia. Their only difference in the end held a mass meeting in Carnegie
coming before that body. Whether i step and street paving the next and'I money sufficient to pay their trans- crazed at noon today and shot and was over the question of whether the Hall and several other of the suffrage
that be true or not is the opinion of they are right after these with no portation home, either via Europe or killed her husband, then fatally bill was drastic enough. societies held meetings in various
most disinterested spectators of .the show of timidity and if they Keep up I. the Pacific, and they all say they expect wounded her baby sitting in a high The futility of Secretary Bryan's halls throughout the city.
proceedings of the house that some the present clip the city will have to take advantage of the oppor-I chair.A mission was shown in the vote of his
compelling force is behind the action within a year a splendid sewer sys- tunity to come home negro girl escaped from the own party. Nine of the ten Democrats ANNIVERSARY
I I house and said the had barricaded OF PEACE WITH
of a large number of its mere tem and fifteen miles of brick street. rope. woman voted contrary to the advice which he ENGLAND.New
Recognizing the The trip to the Phillipines from here herself behind locked doors. brought from .
bers. They were never before knownto very patent fact i President Wilson while
follow blindly the lead of anyone I that all people every where love to will take about a month as the Mongolia I She has a Winchester rifle, four shot not a single Progressive yielded to his -
live in is of guns, two pistols and is defying the York, May Arrangementsfor
man for nearly half the session, and : a clean healthful community, one the best passenger expressed wishes.
in this ease it is very well konto : they have waged a vigorous clean up steamers on the Pacific and stops en sheriff and his ten deputies.She I the fitting and adequate celebration -
the most casual observer that it is campaign and war on the fly and mos- route at Honolulu, Yokohama, Kobe, yelled through the half-open Japanese Are Pleased. of the centenary of the signingof
not the force or magnetism of the quito and in this they need not fear Nagashki, Shanghai and Hong Kong window that she would kill the first San Francisco, May 3.-Geo. Shima, the treaty of Ghent, which broughtto
leader. It is true that a small breach publicity. All the world applauds the remaining from one to three days i n man who started towards the house. president of the Japanese Associationof a close the War of 1812 between
occurred last week and that it wid man who speaks out boldly no matter each port, thus enabling the passengers The officers have laid siege to the America, sent the following tele the United States and England, will
ens a little occasionally, but up to where or who it hits. to see something of the Orient place and will attempt to starve the gram last night to President Wilson: be completed within the next few
that time it was only necessary for During the building of the Feweeverybodyunderstandsthatthecitywil before reaching Manilla. woman into submission. "We beg to express to you and days. The International Conference
rl Committee, which has the
the leader to express his views on The departure of a large passenger through you to the American people, completinoof
any measure for it to become the fixed be torn up and places will be open to steamer from this port for Manillais PEACE CONGRESS ADJOURNS. our deep feeling of gratitude for these arrangements in hand, will
views of every member of the house flies that otherwise would not exist. always an event to those interested your interest in and concern for the meet in this city on the 5th. According
with only one or two exceptions. Such The Council is right in taking pre in our efforts in the Phillipines, but Special to the Sentinel Japanese residents in this country, to the programme the committee
St. Louis 3.The Fourth will
unison is contrary to human nature caution against typhoid or any other I when she takes with her such a large May and for sending your most esteemed assemble at the City Hall at
American Peace which has ten
Congress, o'clock in the
in a body containing seventy members disease. The fact that the City Coun body of young and enthusiastic ed I Secretary of State to this State. morning where an
and it is not considered the wis cil announces its faith in the old doctrine ucators as did the Mongolia yesterday been in session here since Thursdaycame "We have all confidence and .trust address of welcome will be made by
est policy to pursue in the hunt for of an ounce of prevention being it means much in our program of to a close tonight after resolu that justice and humanity which we Mayor Gaynor, after which Chair-
wise legislation, for it is well known worth more than a pound of cure, will giving o the Orient the very best we tions had been passed calling upon' conceive to be the fundamental grin ma nfor the first day will be chosen.In .
the United States
that healthy criticism brings out the not frighten any body, but on the contrary have in the way of opportunity. Government to de ciple of the American nation, will be accordance with the precedent this
I crease its army and expendi chairman will be chosen
navy from
will be one of
faulty points in a way that cannotbe a creditable advertise ably upheld by your administrationand
tures. It was also urged that the Panama the two delegates from Ghent.
ment for the These
city. ( unbroken
accomplished by anything else. friendship between
BASEBALL RESULTS IN THE BIG our
II toll controversy should be takento are PEchevin de
!i In the matter of city ordinances native land and adopted I Bruyne and Alphonse
Extra Session Possible LEAGUES-- -- the Hague. The election of officerswas ----- .. .. country will Van Werveke._ _. Thia....., mnr4eir ;.. "'_
every ordinance was put in the books j never DC que tloned." I n .uutK3JT JO A-
Monday morning is was noised: practically the last acts of the : tended to Ghent because
because experience showed the need : Special to the Sentinel To the fourth national a Burgomaster
about the the ruling spirit in the Tomorrow i peace congress -
assemblage. there will be of Ghent
of them and every one of them NationalPhiladelphia in session at St. Louis presided at the opening -
house was losing his grip, and at I numerous peace meetings at the van- President j session of the Joint .
should High Commission
be enforced. The Shima -
Council
has 3 New York 2. sent the
following
once a counter report was started ; ous churches but these'are in telegram: which
no way met in Ghent
announced that the ordinances will be Brooklyn 4 Boston 1. "The Japanese Association in August
,
that the said ruling spirit was goingto I ; connected with the official work of the of Amer- 1814.
introduce a resolution calling on enforced, and it is the duty of every j: Pittsburg, 3; St. Louis, 6. convention. ica sends its hearty greetings and offers
: home loving citizen of Orlando to I Ii 4 Cincinnati. its sincere
the governor to call an extra session get Chicago, ; co-operation to your
at the conclusion of the present one, i Lack of the City Council in this. \ American THURSDAY CLOSING congress, believing in the triumph of I which was passed by the assembly
for the purpose of giving the legislature i A good vigorous campaign along j] Boston, 1; Washington, 2. There will be a petition circulatednext peace and justice over international !I April 15, carrying the words, "ineligi
: the lines the Council is now moving New York 6 8. misunderstandings. ble I
time to pass legislation for the |I ; Philadelphia, week for Thursday closing from citizenship, and a clause prohibiting -
people as against the special inter- on will make Orlando the foremost I j, Detroit, 4; Chicago, 6. Thursday, May 15th, until October I ownership of land by corporations -
ests.The city in the state. j I St. Louis, 6; Cleveland, 11. I 1st. Most of the merchants have Passed and Signed. I the majority of whose stock- I
Sewer, Paving and Cleanliness is *
: South
Atlantic.
rumor was convulsively ridic- the battle i expressed a willingness to this hence Sacramento, Cal., May 4, 1:30 a. holders were ineligible to become citi-
ulous to most people for two reasons cry. !, Jacksonville, 2; Macon, 1. the petition, as all employes in Orlando m.-The anti-aSen land bill, drafted zens.All
; first, because if there is any I; Charleston, 8; Albany, 7. II are on duty every Saturday by Atorney General Webb at the direction these proposed amendments
one thing well known to all the ob- dent had its effect, though, for it Columbus, 4; Savannah, 4. ((12 in- t from fifteen to eighteen hours every of Governor Johnson and the- were defeated, one after another, and
servant people at the capital it is frightened some of the timorous fel- nings, darkness.) employe would sign this petition and administration passed the assembly at the end of the debate, which lasted
that the special interests do not con- lows who had imagined they had 1.1WEATHER close every Thursday afternoon from tonight by an overwhelming major nearly until midnight, roll was called Ion
trol this legislature not any branchof found an independent streeak in them- REPORT. May 15 to October 1st. ity. Webb bill as passed by senate and t
it Second, it was considered especially selves, and they are still sticking to Numerous attempts to amend the i it was passed
ridiculous the bellweather of the house. and bill were The bill then went to the Governorand
Georgia
at this time, whenit I i Florida-Generally Over one hundred cars of tomatoes made, chief among them being
cannot be said with any degreeof I I fair Sunday and Monday. have already been shipped from the the amendments offered by Chard he promptly signed it.
certainty what will be done by the! Insure your property with Curtis I Colohatchee section of Dade county ler and Inman, which would have been *' 1
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yOURTH AMERICAN PEACE CONGRESS MMHMMIItlMIIMIMMMMttMMIHMMIIIIIimi -
; CHAS. LORD J. N. BRADSHAW
Canada and the United States have
act the world the example of a new I
kind of international relation," was Lord & BradshawWe Magnificent Showing of
the assertion of Johnl ewis, Editor of
the Toronto Star, in .a speech before wish to announce to our friends, and the pubic generally,
the fifth general session of the Amer-; that we have formed a partnership under the New
inn Peace Congress in St. Louis yes I Spring Suits
above firm for
fetrday. "Disputes far more serious name, a general
tihan those that have led to war elseabere -
," said Mr. Lewis, "have been Real Estate and Insurancebusiness
settled by arbitration. and DressesWE
Besides Mr. Lewis, the speakers at
and are centrally located in a ground floor office at No.
l tay's session were Justice William
Senwick Riddell, of the Supreme : 17 S. Orange Avenue, (formerly occupied by Hamilton & Dunn

Court of Ontario. Justice B. Russell, Millinery), where we will be pleased to meet all our old friends ARE
of Halifax; F. W. Lehman, former SHOWING A BEAUTIFUL ASSORTMENT OF
United States Solicitor General andprofessor and to make new ones. SILKS AND SATINS, ALL COLORS, DRESS GOODSIN
Roland G. Usher of Wash.cgton ALL THE LATEST PATTERNS FOR OLD AND
Univ rsity. Our list of city and acreage property is surpassed by none, YOUNG. WHITE CANVAS SHOES. THE DISPLAY
At a section meeting in the Sheldon
Memorial Auditorium the speakers and we havesome exceptional targaics COMEAND SEEUs] CONTAINS ACCURATE ILLUSTRATIONS OF THE
were Dean William P. Rogers, President SEASONS BEST AND LATEST CREATIONS, AND
of the Cincinnati Peace Society; Lord & Bradshaw IS WORTHY THE ATTENTION OF EVERY ORLANDO
professor Ernest Richard, President WOMAN. CALL IN AND ACQUAINT YOURSELF
of the German-Amerdan Peace Society 17 S. ORANGE AVE. ORLANDO, FLA. WITH THE HIGH CHARACTER OF OUR GARMENTS
of New York; James L. Tryon, MMMimMlillliiiltiMliitMtltlMttlMMIIiiMLIGHT AND THE REASONABLE PRICESKanner's
.f the New England Department of
tie American Peace Society and EdTria ::: ... .
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dace Foundation. .wrM i
Section meetings were also held in
I THE Now York
tie Odeon Recital Hall and in the :
3heldon Memorial Assembly Hall. At :
&t? former meeting Prof. William I. :I PATH TO PROSPERITY
Hall, of Swathmore College, Professor ;
Maurice Parmalee of the University I StoreIf
of Missouri, and President David : Bargain
Merchants who use Electric Signs never lose I
Starr Jordan of Leland Stanford Uni- 1
strsity spoke. Robert C. Root, Dissector ; their way by choosing the wrong road to suc- ,
You Would be Posted be Visitor to this Store
a Daily
of the Pacific Coast Depeart- cess.] (You simply cannot fail to attract new I
sent of the American Peace Society
customers if use an Electric Sign It acts
; you
spoke in the Sheldon Memorial Assembly I
Hall, as also did Harry A. like an irresistible magnet, drawing all the ---- ---- --- =
Wheeler, President of the United : trade within its reach: That is the reason I I I ShuBiUrfer'f for bicycles andsundries [illllMimtMMIiillttitiMfHIIMMIMItlltmilttSuccessor
States Chamber of Commerce. ;
In the late afternoon United States they command the attention of buyers.For .
Senator Theodore E. Burton of Ohio, ; I L M [ll Oploffletrist
Addressed the annual meeting of the Every Store OwnerNo ,
American Peace Society in the Odeon. J. B. McKAY,
Mr. Lewis .in his address, said inwt S CONTRACTOR AND to Dr. 0. P. Liking
matter how small his business, the Elec-
: BUILDER.
tric Sign is the cheapest and most effective I nm-rtntend All Work. ,.,._ "'
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Bill Should Worrj'-and Get Fat. advertising.Phone Prices That Are an ;-=">; .
They say Prof. Taft is perfectly Inducement. i I'\\
for call and submit
to f
our Sign Designer .
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All Work Guaranteed.MMHIMIIMtMMHMtfr
itlighted with his membership in the
Sort Worry Club.-Pittsburg Ga- a sketch. f
.tte Times. No Trouble to Us.-.No Expense to You. f I Has Installed an up to date grinding plant and Is pre
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pared to duplicate any lens WHILE YOU WAIT.
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Sounds Like Green Eyed Monster I Along with all the stock and instruments he has se
Ohio gets a little into the limelight 'J ; ; ELIJAH HAND | |" cured the prescription books dating back several years, and
3j pensioning mothers. It calls to!3 ORLANDO WATER[ & LIGHT CO..I will fill any of Dr. Likins' prescriptions without delly.tl.II.IIIIIIIIIIII..I.IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII..I..
mind the fact that Ohio once enjoyed'''j jJL Funeral Director ..,
Sit of fame as the stepmother ofN I and EmbalmerHand _
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Presbyterian Church Germs have ben found in finger Mrs. Helen Magill White, one of
PLACES OF WORSHIP Rev. Dr. Jno. W. Stagg, Pastor. I I bowls in high priced resturants. Prob- the most active suffragists of this

Sunday School at 9:45 a. m. ,ably an exclusive and a superior kind, 'country, has refused a contribution
Services at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. ye hrown in without extra charge.A :to the American Women Suffrage JUST RECEIVEDA
AT ST. LUKE'S CATHEDRAL. Morning sermon, "Nonexistance Association because it has condonedthe

Against the Grain." Moscow woman challenged her outrages of the English suffra-
Rev. Edgar A. Sherrod, Dean. Junior Endeavor at 3:00 p. m. husband to a duel and killed him, gettes. Mrs. White says of antics of CAR LOAD OF LIME
Services for the day as follows: Senior Endeavor at 6:30 p. m. 'just because he was jealous of her. the English suffragettes; "It resem- ,
9:30 a. m. Sunday school. Prayer meeting ;Wednesday at 7:30 An odd way of proving one's fidelity. bles the kicking and biting of
10:30 a. m., Monday prayer. jx in. spoiled children, the raving and gib- SPECIAL PRICES
11:30, Celedration Holy Commissionand Special Music. A cordial invitationto bering of insane and idiots-and the I I
Perhaps he next thing will be
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sermon. visitors and strangers. I I I tube I unbridled license of the most abandoned -I t
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pneumatic service between the .
7:30 p. m., Evening prayer and lec- I, criminals. All these classes!!I Prompt Delivery. I
city and the farm: I
ture.A. EMANUEL BAPTIST CHURCH! think solely of what they want, and!
hearty welcome for everyone at SERVICES HELD AT REST self-constitute themselves aribters of,
all services. Strangers especially in- AND TEA IPreac'hing Big opportunities do not make big what they should have." This is a L Florida Metal Co. ,
vited. men; they only give big men a chanceto terrific arraignment, but is it not !
The congregation are asked to note Sunday at both servicesby show their bigness. The recent justified?Saratoga Sun. .
the change of afternoon service to the pastor, Rev. Preston Boyd. flood gave Govenor Cox a chance to o I McNEIL-DAVIS BUILDING t
7:30 in the evening. "The Great Need of show his real size and he measureda
Morning subject Of course one must charge to inex- Phone 41. .;
the Hour. Theme for the evening, mighty heightWork perience the blunder of the democratic i
MethodistDr. "What Will You .Do With Christ?" administration in insisting that post-
J. E. Wray, Pastor. intendent P. .N. .Boardman.; The on the new brick block in masters hereafter must work eight
Sunday School, 9 a. m., E. CLHow- public is cordially invited to attend Umatilla is fast nearing completion.It hours a day. All postmasters are doing I
ard, Superintendent. all services of the church. is understood that another brick I!I that work now, but it is more or I
11 a. m., "Christian Manhood," sub- block will soon be erected there. I I less political work that takes such I

ject of the Pastor's sermon. ; ChristadeJphianIemorial excessively long work days. I: The Best is the CheapestSO
Anthem, "Ten Thousand Times ) Service 10:30 a. m. News comes from Mulat, in Escain- o I:I
Ten Thousand," (Emerson) Lecture 7:30 p. m. Subject, "The aib county, that dewberries are now Disillusionment may also be defin-
6:30 p. m. Epworth League, H. A. End of the World Not the Destruc- getting ripe and the meadows and ed as seeing an actress in her street GET THE BEST OF
Hoffner, President. tion of the Earth::" fields are red and black with the col I clothes.
7:30 p. m. Rev. Frances R. Bridgesthe Christadelphian Hall, Davis & Mc- ors of this earliest wild berry of the'I Paints and Wall
Presiding Elder, will preach. Neill BlockWelcome season.A Much as we must deplore the vio--,I Paper' ;:
Anthem, "Fear Not, 0 IsraeF to .all.OUTSIDE. I Ii
lences practiced by the Euglish suf-i
(Spiker) training school for nurses is to 1 fragetts, we must all find time to be II THE 1912 WALL PAPER IN SAMPLESIS
7:30 p. m. Wednesday, Prayer Meet- OPINIONS. be establoshed at the Augusta Memorial thankful that the ladies have not acquired -I GRAND AND I WILL BE PLEASED
ing.
Hospital in St. Petersburg. I an appetite for red liquor.
Everybody cordially invited to all Don't Know; T. R. Combines 'Em. I TO SHOW THEM. ALL YOU HAVE TO

these services. Is the voice mightier than the pen? DO IS TO TELEPHONE AND I WILL
-Chicago Inter Ocean. I BRING THE SAMPLE TO YOUR HOME.
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FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH. I a"' _. \t!", ..- '. ".....1. lip, ,.' Rev. E. T. Poulson will preach both Her Board Dosen't Cost Anything. =-; T-rj-'J;.: f :tI \ ;
morning and evening. Anyway, England can save a good New GEO. A. BARKER PHONE 268
Morning service at 11. Subject: deal on Mrs. Pankhurst's meals.- Everything
The Uplifted Cross. Baltimore Sun.
Sunday School at 9:30. Otto Link,

Superintendent. Sate to Bet on 'That Anyway.The -
B. y P. U. at 6:30.
only thing that is known for IN LACES, EMBROIDERIES, SHIRTS, KI-
Evening service at 7:30. Subject:
Man's Constant Need of Christ. certain about the death of Madero is MONAS, UNDERWEAR. HEADQUARTERSFOR Reduced Prices on all
that he died. -Philadelphia Ledger.
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3 o'clock. Everybody invited.The sub- SUPPLIES.McCULLOCH'S.
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The Daily OBSERVATIONS ON LIFE THE POPE'S ADVISORSRome

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South Florida Sentinel In Conversation With One, Who Had May 3.-Three powerful Cardinals -
MORNING AND WEEKLY Given Beauty of Person and Sub- are in control of the affairs ofthe

merged Personal Ambitions For the Roman Catholic Church today during ,....
Entered at the poet once at Orlando, Development and Betterment of the illness of His Hiliness, the
Second Clan Mail Matter.
Florida u Others and in After Years, Asked Pope.' This triumvirite of Cardinalsis

SUBSCRIPTION BATES the Question-"Was it Worth composed of Merry-del Val, Papal
I ___ While?" Secretary of State; Vives y Tutto and When You Choosea

THE DAILY SENTINEL To continue our observations on Cajetan de Lai.
One year .....................$5.00 ife. Why should anything matter It is the general belief that the
Six Months ...... ............. 2.50 much if the kernel of thy life and Sacred College of Cardinals manages
Three Months ................. 1.25 mine is even partly understood in the affairs of the Church in the event of Gift of JewelryTHEN

greater purpose of the Giver of all the Illness of the Pope, but this is not
B/ news carrier In Orlando (0 eenti per
month, Daily and Sunday. life? Gothe says: "Gedenke zu leb- so. It has been the custom for the

The Oikndo Morning Sentinel CAB be found : en," and Carlyle comments: "Thy life,! Pope to turn his authority into the
sec ul in Orlando at Corita ft O'Neal'i Book : wert thou the 'pitifulest of all the hands of a triumvirite of which the YOU MAKE A LASTING GIFT THAT MUST
Store. sons of earthis no idle dream, buta Papal Secretary of State is usually a
BEAR EVERY TEST OF TIME AND
We will appreciate prompt complaint if solemn reality; it is thy own; it is member. If the Pope should die, JUDGMENT AND
delivery is not properly made by our carriers. all thou hast to front eternity with." however, the authority of the trium- TASTE. WHEN YOU SELECT FROM THE STOCK OF

Adevrtking rates will be furnished oa application. Work, then. virite would cease instantly and pass EVANS YOU ARE SECURE. FOR HERE EVERY PIECE,
Where, thou askest, is the heart to to the College of Cardinals until the EVEN THE MEREST TRIFLE-IS CHOSEN BY EXPERTS .
THE WEEKLY SENTINELfor work, if the work tends no whit further election of a successor to the Ponti-
WHOSE KNOWLEDGE AND TASTE
year by mail postage paid .......11.00 than we see and know? Why ficial office. HAVE WON
Addrcu THE SENTINEL Orlando Florida tell children they can make life great, For the present all must bow to the RECOGNITION.
Office 101 Court Phone Street,24 Arcade Building when our feelings about life belie wishes of Cardinals Merry del Val, THE BEAUTY, THE STYLE, THE WORKMANSHIP,
what we emphatically tell the child? Tutto and de Lai. There has been ARE ALWAS THE BEST.EVANS' .
J. F. SCHUMANN, Editor. Are we dishonest? I think not. We considerable ill feeling aroused among
FAIR AND MODERATE PRICES
JOSIAH FERRIS Proprietor. are confused. We must look for new the Cardinals since the ascendancyof ARE AS FAMOUS -
definitions of this thing we call life these three members of the Sacred AS EVANS1 BEAUTIFUL AND EXCLUSIVE DESIGNS

SUNDAY, MAY 4TH, 1913. A new light must be got, somewhere,, College. Most of the Cardinals are COMPARISON OF VALUES INVITED.
somehow. Take thyself. Thy Maker Italians and there was a tendency to

The queen of the carnival seldom did both shape and endow thee well. resent the authority thus invested in
looks it.Our Thou mightest have been a good wife, Merry del Val, who is half Spanishand
o and hadst thou been, thou wouldst half English. It is said that the

objection to the money trustis have been a perfect mother, in thy devotion Cardinals feel that the triumvirite
that it doesn't trust us. and self-giving. Thy comeli-. has exceeded its authority in some
o ness, for youth is faded. Thy splen- particulars, especially with regard to
Every time a woman changes her dor, for the man of devotion and appreciation the secretary with which the illnessof T.I1.vansthe JewelerOPPOSITE
mind she also airs her views. is here, but thy arms are I the Pope has been surrounded. It
o empty, and on that bosom no child, of has been practically impossible for
Experience teaches us the paradoxthat thy own, shall ever hear that lullaby, any but' his physiscians to visit him
the easy job is hard to get.A that soothes the tire of the baby, and in his rooms in the Vatican Palace. POST OFFICE
o which, in after years, hangs in mem- Even his own relatives have been I
boy's idea of a negotiable assetis ory more solemn than the ocean'severlasting excluded at times. EXPERT REPAIRING AND ENGRAVING.
anything he can trade for a dog. lullaby. This is mother- It is the general opinion in Rome
o hood. Never to be thine. Yet toil, that if any one of these three Car-

The wife of the best pool player in on. Thou doest well to toil, if thou dinals ever was likely to election to
town nearly always has a steady job. hast any glimpse of the life of an- the Papacy this likelihood has been
other sun, than the one under which destroyed since their control of the
o
thou now workest, and whose setting Church.It .
Loss of appetite sometimes comes
is-never. Thou doubtest any End is not believed, however, that His
from being forced to eat our own
words.A that does not end. If this were out Holiness would be inclined to inter- SILK[ STOCKINGS
o of the way thy toil would shine in fere with Merry Del Val even if informed -
dog expresses anger in the'usual splendor. I know the feeling well. I that the latter had assumedan
way, but he does his laughing with have seen it fought against by great authority not his. It is well known
his tail. men, and I have read where some that the Pope thinks a great deal of ,I'
o bold souls have given rein to faith. Merry del Val. The Secretary of

Many a man never does anything "The End! What a solemn meaninglies State has been more powerful under
worth while because he thinks it isn't in that sound, as it peals morn- Pope Pius. He has been active and For
worth while. fully through the soul. All is now as Secretary of State has made ene- Day
o closed, irrevocable; the changeful life mies, but he is still the man of the

The greatest distance is that traversed ; picture, growing daily into new coherence hour with the Pope. and
on the way in from the ballpark under new toches and hues,
after the home team loses. has suddenly become completed and WHO IS WHO IN ORANGE.It .
o unchangeable; there as it lay, it is dip-
EveningWear
The stock market bears say that ped in the ether of the heavens, and seems to be pretty well settled
Even the sun and moon are too high shines transfigured, to endure even so that as yet the borders of Orange '
and must come down. forever. 'The: garment of eternity has county are not changed and that
o been put on, and has become radiant Sanford is still a part of the county .
The Powers are still afraid to play and triumphant. The Present is all at with the full right to act with us if.
their ace fo trumps against :Montene once the Past; Hope is suddenly cutaway they still wish. There seems to be
gro's two spot of spades. and only the backward vistasof no doubt but that Mr. Woodruff still
Memorv. remain shone on hv alight has a right to sit with the u_ County__ ____
Legislators who- introduce freak I that proceeds not- from -this I Commissioners if he wishes to, but it of I I

measures should be put down as "cub- arthly sun." is quite likely that Mr. Woodruff will Our Personal Guarantee \
ists," blockheads, as it were. Say not then, that Fate, nor Environment take the view that the people of the
o nor Circumstance, decreed new county have nothing more of interest Accompanies Every Pair
This would be a much more pleas- that thou shalt toil at thy task and in the affairs of the old county
ant world if there, weren't so many be denied all for which thyself dost and will not care to participate inthe
ways of making people unhappy. crave. But say, "My Maker-My deliberations of the board, and
o God-hast so ordered my lot It is this is likely to be the view taken bythe
About now your best girl makes but true, that thou wert born in the members of the Democratic Executive Marion B. Ives

her annual attempt to find out why aftermath of the greatest armies that Committee. The organizationof
the pitcher keeps throwing the ball ever struggled on earth, and thou the committee is still for the entire
to the batter. wert born at that spot where the devastation -i county, but it is hardly likely that
the members of the committee who
from that struggle was all reside -
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As a workman is said to be known but complete, and happy the sire, in what will be Seminole county, EXCLUSIVE:] MILLINERY PARLORS
whose eyes were closed, in battle, on will want to have a voice in the selection -
by his chips, so the efficient' editor is
the humiliation of his scions. It was of an officer for Orange county.
known by the size and fullness of
his waste basket an ugly thing-as all war is ugly- The Orange county committee as a Second FloorA
o but a mighty hand made the play and whole are as good a bunch of levelheaded
all the stage setting has not yet been political workers as ever came
The Bulgarian colors are very pop- seen of those who watch and suffer. together in the State of Florida and
ular among the women this spring.It When the mighty man, trained in this our only regret is that the pleasant
gives you some idea of why the aftermath, takes his place dost thou relations as co-workers in a common I NATIONAL DUTYIf
Turks have run so fast cause is so soon to end.
not say the wisdom of God shines in California persists in her brazen
o the acting of this man? Why not, to American people and
A Kansas City bride wants a di- then, see in thine own part that thou, FOURTH ANNUAL PEACE CON American effrontery ideas, the government at AUTOMOBILE
vorce because her husband lives in a also, hast been placed by thy Maker FEREXCE.John Washington will be justified in apply-I
chicken coop. Another case where the in the play. This is that vis'oi
that Lewis, Editor of the Toronto ing the scorpion lash in the most effective -j
chickens can make trouble for a mar- keeps life, where it is not life perishes. -
Star, in a speech berofe the fiftieth an- manner. i BULLETIN
ried man. What belongs to to-day, if anything nual session of the American Peace Why hold Peace Conferences, and I
o HOPS,, is little.___ _._ What___. hplnnrN in_ -of '
-- n n -" V in St Louis said lov-
> Congress yesterday prate on our virtues as a peace
Edison should get a talking moving eternity is big, no matter if the vulgar "Disputes far more serious than ing nation while such vicious action is
picture of a day's routine in the fam- view it as our daily task. roil on borders.
those that have led to war elsewhere taking place within our own
fir of an Iowa couple, who, having : then, for thy bread, and the few
gar is not
have been settled by arbitration. The Japanese resident an ene- These are Bargains in He-Built Cars. Each is
one
had ments that thou
seventy years of married life, needest, but toil 8S
I "The growing interest of govern- or a menace by any means.
never had quarrel. though the world did depend my guaranteed to be in first-class condition is fully
a upon thy ments in social reform is one of the Man has no natural enmity with equip-
o life-and thine only, but kwp tty; forces making for peace. The International man. His worst enemy is within him-I ped and ready to run.
Nature distributes its life in God's light-"for the life is ofa G
favors with- gatherings of scientists and self, and just so the worst enemies
out regard as to their fitness. The more than meat, and the body is more others having common interests are state are within the state. |

squash has a handle by which it maybe ; than raiment"MARL the beginings of the Parliament of The broad and true conception of I "
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carried home, but a watermelon man. The scientist who is seeking fora patriotism is public service as contrasted -: 11912 Studebaker 30" four-passen-

has none of the conveniences.A BEDS AND CEMENTIt cure for tuberculosis in Germany .with selfishness and self serv-' ger, extra tire and rim.. Hartford shock

o I can have no rational_ _u cause u ___ _for__ ouarrel ing interests. Patriotism does not
Missouri judge rules that it is is said that Florida has large,: with the man who is seeking for a stop at state lines nor at the national !, absorbers, etc. $600.00
not cruel and abusive treatment whena marl beds. Whether or not extensive I i cure for tuberculosis in France. In boundary and the man who narrows i ,
man refuses to listen,to his wife's enough for manufacturing ecment I Canada or in the United States, wemen his view to the pale of his own state,I
conversation. No, but if he doesn't could be easily determined. The fol- and governments are busy fight- is too hemmed in for public service. 1 1910 Cadillac four-passenger, fully
listen its usually a case of assault lowing table of facts and figures will ing disease dirt, insect pest and !
and battery.It give an idea of the requirements and weeds in the physical worldCrimeand Those Florida statesmen who insinuate equipped, $600.00.
o results: ignorance and injustice in the themselves upon an intelli-

is now quite certain that the "Out of 100 pounds of material the moral world. The more society gent public by some hocus pocus'|i
present green fruit law will not be from a marl bed, 18 pounds enters I concerns itself with these things, the 'rules of politics, and by a proper.I 1 Model 10 Buick repainted and rebuilt
changed. A great many petitions into a sack of finished cement As a less the danger of war. In these con- amount of trading get their carcases f ,
have gone to the legislature from barrel of cement requires 220% flicts also will be found the true out- into the state legislature are a rare $300.00.San' .
growers and the law will remain the I pounds of lime for its manufacture, let for human energy and human com- variety and consider themselves of
law of the state. this calls for 1,300 pounds of wet bativeness. The militants are right so much importance, that they wantan i
.marl. A plant of 300 barrels per day when they say that action and conflict -I opportunity to air their puny I

W. C. Temple has buried the hatchet capacity would consume 156 cubic:.I are necessary for the full develop- views now and then through the pub:
and will leave in a week for New 'yards per day. As 100 acres, 15 feet ment of human character, but theyare lic print Juan Garage
York where he will see the series of deep, will contain 2,420,000 cubic feet after the wrong enemies. Some of the measures they advo-
base ball events. He is an ardent ad- of marl, such a deposit would furnisha cate will get them into print with-
mirer of the National game and has quantity sufficient to last 50 yearsat Money to loan on improved prop- out any special legislation allowing
I engaged a box for the season. that rate of consumption. erty. S. Y. WAY. them to talk back. J ..

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o iots, Wool Taffetas, Whipcords, and Suiting Serges, in Colorgoods, $1.00 and $1.25.Satisfaction .
to our customers, as they get goods that are. of Fawn' Cadet Brown Navy and Blacks. Prices
lOgs Gray, SWISS ALL OVER EMBROIDERY
perfect, reliable and seasonable; and Satisfaction to ourselves,
from $3.50 to $10.00
range
in buying and selling only goods of absolutely FIRST CHOICE New designs and new effects, prices 60, 75 and $1.00 the
yard. Also All over Laces, in prices from
CHARACTER. CHILDREN'S WHITE LAWN AND EMBROIDERY 50c to $2.50 the
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We buy nothing of a JOB nature, as JOBS always con- DRESSES
STRAW HATS FOR MEN
sist of one of three things, (Last season's bad sellers, im-
perfect goods, or unseasonable cleanups) and sometimes they In very handsome new Embroidery Designs, with the Our collection will bear comparison with any line in the

embody all 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. 50c to $3.00 a garment. Genuine Panam S ,.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 NEW SWISS EMBROIDERED FLOUNCINGS Linens, Gliria, etc. Prices range from 25c to $1.25.

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Seats free and no collection. Hear Mrs. John Ponder will arrive in GUESTS DEPARTOne COMMITTEE TO MEET.
kWADE r Mcllvaine at The Grand Theatre, Sun Orlando tomorrow evening to visit her I
day, 3 p. m., "Where are the Dead?" parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Berry. by one, our friends follow the There will be a meeting of the Or-
THE TUNER flight of the birds to the great north- ange County Democratic Executive

ORLANDO FLA. Circuit Court will convene in Or- Mr. B. Beacham, who has been away land. at the court house in Orlando, Fla., on I
f1 lando next week. for several weeks on business and Yesterday's Departures Saturday, May 10th, 1913, at 10
pleasure, up at Atlanta, Dublin and A party of four congenial friends I o'clock a. m., for the purpose of rec- AUTOMOBILES FOR RENTE.
The County Commissioners will Macon, retimed home Friday. consisting of Miss Mary C. Henry, of ommending to the Governor, a suc- L. Murray
Miss Mary E. Perry has left Orlando meet Tuesday. Fall River, but now making her home cessor to fill the place made vacant Office Phone 409-Residence Phone 642

for St. Louis, Mo. Mr. Sol* Newham, representing L teacher of languages at high schoolin by the death of Jas. A. Kirkwood,I

Mr. and Mrs. John Archer, who Grief & Brother, Baltimore, showingthe the above city. Mrs. Anna Pick- Sheriff of Orange County, and trans- Would Put Over the Rough Stuff.
Mrs. F. F. Dickerson, who has beena have been spending the winter in this celebrated Griffon clothes, is in ering Dodge, widow of a well-known acting any other business which may I -
winter guest in the city, has returned city, have gone to their home in Buffalo Orlando a guest of the San Juan. Congregational Pastor, formerly of come before it. The Belgians might be able to use

home. N. Y. Fall River, but not making her home SETH WOODRUFF, some of the British furies in their
Mr. Hamilton Johnson who securedthe with her son, Prof. Dodge, of Middle- Chairman. I fight for the ballot.-Chicago Record-
Leave your pocket boocks at home, Mrs. C. B. Robinson leaves tomor- contract for putting in the sewer town, Conn. Mrs. Dodge and Miss JOSIAH FERRIS, Secretary. Herald.
but hear Mcllvaine,. Sunday, 3 p. m.1 row morning for a short visit 'to her disposal plants leaves for his home at Henry leave here today for Jackson- Orlando, Fla., May 3rd, 1913.
Free lecture at The Grand Theatre. mother, Mrs. Margaret C. Graham, of I Jackson, Miss., tomorrow where he ville, Fla. They will remain there I Fine Place to Stay Away From.

Lebanan, Tenn. will arrange his business so as to several days before returning north. .
CHASE THE COWS I
Mrs. N. A. Hembroff, after spend- come here and superintend this work Mrs. Dodge, with Prof. Dodge go to King Manuels solitude;, regardingthe
ing the winter in the city, has gone'I Rev. L. A. Spencer left on the noon personally. His family will remain I Germany in June. Her elder son, a deplorable conditions in Portugalwill

to her home at Indiana Harbor, In-I i train yesterday for Jacksonville. After here. Ii well known artist, died in Germany contention Councilman that Gwynne the police is right ought in his to if genuine, lead him to stay just

diana. I!I a short stay at this point, he will several years ago, and they go to get out into the suburbs of the cityat where he is.-Washington Post.
|r leave for Tallahassee. Mr. G. A. Melvin of East New Mari visit the widow and child of the son.
Subscribers-If fail to I I i least twice a day-morning and
Notice to you I kla, Md., who has been a student at Miss Henry is an extensive traveler, The outland {I Why Doesn't He Substitute Golf
evening. city is
spreading
get your paper any morning please I ',i Mrs. Geo. R. Wrenn arrived in Orlando Rollins for the past season, left yesterday -:having crossed the waters fourteen -
that ( many good homes are being built
this office and will see
notify we I yesterday from New York, to on his return home. Mr. Melvin : times. Both of these ladies are de- in the suburbs and these homes shouldbe I Prof. Taft has postponed his: lec-

you get it. I II|I visit her son, Mr. B. R. Wrenn, of made quite a number of friends ;,lighted with Orlando, "The Beautiful." protected against the raids of the |tures on constitutional law until fall,
I i; the McCoy Land Company. in this section during his stay here I| Miss Henry intends to return here as there have been so many changeshe
Brock who I country cow,
S. C.
Mrs. spent
Mr. and I who will be glad to know that he will next autumn. The other members of i 'I hasn't been able to catch with '
the winter pleasantly at the Winde-11 r F j: When people take the trouble to fix up
I The first watermelons of the season return next fall. the party were, Mrs. Francis E. it.-Boston Transcript.For .
have reached their home in up a nice lawn they do not enjoy having -
mere, 1[made heir appearance in he market Hathaway, and Mrs. Joseph 0. Neill
Mo. in I i a lot of vagrant worthless cattle
Macon, safety. i
'
{,yesterday. The Sentinel man did not I Our friends, our neighbors, the Holy : of Rest Cottage, Orlando. Both are pasturing on them and if the policemen Sheriff.
sample them. Do you own figuring. the unholy, the civilized, the vile- of Fall River, Massachusetts. The
Dr. B. C. Abernethy, and Mr. Geo.\ will look after these cows they Sentinel is requested to an-
C. Keller of the Reporter-Star left Where are the Dead? Free lecture ]! will be doing their duty and will nounce that A. Y. Fuller will be an

yesterday for Hot Springs, Arkansas, i "Doc" D. R. Holland, a former popular at The Grand Theatre, Sunday, 3 p. m.Mr. r SALARY NOT A QUALIFICATIOX.:,, please the people of Orlando, and by j i applicant County Democratic for Sheriff when Executive the Orange Committee -

where they will take the baths. i prescriptionist in the Blue DrugStore !i I J putting the cows in the city pound meets to fill the vacancy.*

I is down from "big" Jacksonville George E. Bates and son, proprietors -I I i[ It was said by some when the county -[will increase the city revenues. I 6-3 tf
Mr. E. Brown, of Sanford, repres- to spend Sunday with friends in OrIlando. of the Altamonte Springs :, was divided that the sheriff's office | Get after them, bluejackets! 1 _

entative of the Virginia-Carolina I| hotel, with the family will leave for would be hard hit and it would be I I II __ For Sheriff.I .
Chemical Company fertilizers was in, the north Tuesday. They have a difficult to get a good man to take II I am a candidate for Sheriff of Or-
the city yesterday on business. Mr. D. W. Trumpeller, who is suf- beautiful place at Altamonte and the office. But the Governor's signature ENEMY TO YOUNG BIRDSMr. ange the Democratic county, subject to the action of

I fering from a serious ailment, will go very DODular With the-- tourist. Mr_ had hardlv been__ attached tr... the which_ meets in Executive Orlando Committee.
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R. L Holland Saturday,
Isaace Barden of Ontario Canada,!:to the John Hopkins! Baltimore Hospital George E. Bateis owner and proprietor -!I bill until the test of the salary ques- : student of natural who has been a May 10th, 1913.
has bought a half section of land this week for treatment. He will of the Grand hotel at Mont tion was put square up to us by the : barefoot history since his CHAS E. MCDOWELL.
southeast of Orlando to which he will ;,be gone about three weeks. His friends I Vernon, N. H. a very attractive sum- death of Sheriff Kirkwood.Notwithstanding \ boy days, says he never has
bring four families next fall and build hope!i for his speedy recovery. mer resort. He will open the Grandto the cutting into seen 'a grey squirrel destroy a bird'snest. I For Sheriff.I .
i But the Jay bird, the and
i crow
up farms. I the summer trade by June 1. of the salary, nine good men are I hereby announce myself a candidate -
I the butcher bird are the avowed enemies -I for the office of Sheriff of Orange
Reverend and Mrs. Albert Cary- didates for this office. can-I
i So it
i I I of young birds. Especially the i iI county, Florida, subject to the action
Mrs. B. G. Aberenthy, and Miss I Elwes, after a several months visit Mr. George Wray died in this city seen that salary is not always the )I butcherbird, he is destructive. of the Democratic Executive meeting
Agnes Person will go as delegates i with the former's father, Col. Cary- yesterday morning and his body was moving motive for a man's political'i He states that the says butcher bird will! Saturday, May 10th,_ 1913.J. ._ _
from Anna Coleman Chapter U. D. C.I Elwes, have left for Montreal, Canada shipped by undertaker Armstrong to aspirations. Besides, no more falla- sit around and watch when -. F. HARRIS.For .
to the State Convention which meetsat i where they will several cious doctrine young
spend his former home in Daytona, whereit was ever promulgated, birds hatch out, and when the mother I Sheriff.
Live Oak Tuesday. weeks before returning to their home will be laid to rest beside the bodyof ,I than that man's qualifications for office bird leaves the nest in search of food The undersigned will submit his
u i in England.J. his wife, who preceded him in are measured by the salary he demands this bird of murderous intent name for Sheriff of Orange county
Mr. N. P. Yowell who has been death. Mr. Wray was 70 years of Some men place patriotismand down the pounces to the Democratic Executive Commit
birds and
entertaining the mumps for the past D. Austin, of Ellenton fell from a age and for a long time was a resi- public service above money con- their heads upon off.young rings tee 10th.at their meeting W. T., Saturday CHAPMAN, May
ten days looked in at his store yes- forty-five foot pole a few days ago, dent of Orlando. Mrs. J. E. Nicholson siderations. These are the men who

terday for a few moments, the first,breaking both ankles. He has been was his daughter, and with her prove a blessing to society and an I MEETING OF THE EXECUTIVE
time he has been out in that time. placed in the Gordon-Keller Memorial husband, accompanied the body. honor to public institutions.Try I I BOARD.

I Hospital in Tampa for treatment. He A meeting of the Executive Boardof Paul A. Horn
Try a Sunday Chicken Dinner at escaped more serious injuries by See my display add. a Sunday Chicken Dinner at the Civic League will be held at
the Arcade, EOc. I jumping just as the pole broke. 4-29 3t CLARK ROBERTSON. the Arcade, 60c.t.I..IIIII.IIIIIII..IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII..II.I.1" the lecture room of the Methodist I
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NOTED LECTURER EFECTIVENESS' OF RECALL m

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Will Speak Sunday Afternoon, May I 'The women vote in California. The

4th at the Grand Theatre. California constitution provides for Have to Vacate this MonthAm

M. L. McIlvaine, of Jacksonville,..1 the recall. At an election for the recall _

Bible scholar and lecturer is of a police judge a few days ago, hF
sched-I
wed to deliver two free the judge was recalled by a majorityof

The Grand Theatre Sunday May 4th. 1000 after a most strenuous cam-

The topic for 3 p. m., is "Where Are paign on both sides. Offering Men and Boys' Pants,

the Dead?" and at 7:30 p. m., "The The police judge had been too len- ,
Day of Judgement. ient with "rich and influential" vio- Hats, Caps, Etc., at Half Price

lators of the law and when the women
-
protested, the judge who thought three ties in the
: Any house for $1.00
himself strongly bivouaced within the Li

i political walls of his city that he '

could contempt afford and to consequently treat the women he with was i A Vacation Hint Lord & Taylor's Silk Half Hose

r- about as polite to them as some of Before you buy a railroad ticket 3 for
for this that pairs $1,00
the wise acres in the Florida legis- or summer resort,
come in and look at MidSummer
our
lature the
to Florida ladies. But
Woolen line and let make
us -- -
the women got his scalp. We
h a cool Summer Outing Suit for
can guess what would happen to

some public men in Florida if wo- Ill you.We
t ? make a specialty of Nor-
men had the ballto and recall was a folks and will be pleased to i HICLRK L ROBERTSON f T
part of the Florida statute. ,
show you a few of our latest
The cheaper the brand of politician
I models.Men's .
I the greater his opposition to the recall I m'm,

and to woman suffrage.The Fashion Shop .n

lilttMilMttiltltff HMIIIIitlMHMIIIIIIilH"mOf
discovery that officials of all Hand Building r m
kinds in Colorado-except Federal I
Cor. Church
and Orange e Orlando
Judges-use free passes on the rail- rli H

roads is not as sensational as it seemsto i 1 illlllHl I I I I III I! t THE MARKETOf

be in print. Colorado has only

The lectures are under the auspicesof held on to the old practice longer than .
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the International Bible Students' most states, that's all. The time was, BUSINESS BOOSTERS Cleanliness QualityFRESH

Association and the theatre was secured not so very long ago, when public of- CLASSIFIED " illllpllillitl

'as'affording a common, or neutral ficials of pretty nearly all grades in Business Boosters (classified advertisements -
the almost all the states rode ) received after 10 o'clock
ground wherp people of all around on AND SALT MEATS
midnight, will be run in the "Too Lateto
or no denominational connection or railway passes, and at the same time Classify" column.

bias could assemble and hear Bible charged up mileage wherever they Boosters of five lines, or less-ap- THE ONE CIGAR THAT i FISH AND GAME

subjects discussed by an able speaker. had a chance. The habit became so proximately 30 words one time, 25 .
cents: ; three times 50 ctnts; one week Kept under the best sanitary conditions.
Mr. McIlvaine is a well known bus- fixed that the legislatures in some ;
(six daily and one weekly editions)
iness man of the Florida Metropolis, states have laws requiring passes to $1.00j one month, 300. EVERYBODY LIKES
but frequently accepts appointmentsto be issued to certain officials, though it I Everything screened away from the flies, and kept fresh

lecture, accepting no fee or money has never been fully explained why FOR HIRE-Nice seven passenger and pure.
touring car. Large and
consideration for his services, but on any public official should be favoredin 4-20 tf J. B. MAGRUDER.BUY roomy..

the other hand, personally pays his this way more than anyone else. HAWLEVSSTRAIGHTS ; We invite inspection and guarantee satisfaction. have

traveling expenses and thus all his Officials who receive favors from the a lot in Thornton Park, a nice
suburb in east part of the city. Carl everything in the Meat Line.
lectures are advertised as free to the railroads are not in a position to act Jensen.

public and not even a collection is to impartially on any question in which

be taken up. such roads are involved. OAK HILL is the beautiful subdivision
The PARLOR MARKET
to the Northeast of the city and
I still have some choice lots there. Get the best cigar at five
GRANDMA SAYS: Thirst and pretty teeth are re- Carl Jensen. cents, the next time you

That any man that makes friends sponsible for a good many smiles. want to smoke-judge for H. M. Self & Co.
must either have money or magne- WANTED position as manager, yourself.
tism. caretaker and collector for non-
Unless a man masters his businesshis resident property owners. By man of
business will master him. experience who can give it close at- 18-20 PINE STREET
That there is no rose strewn path r tention. Address. Collector, Sentinel -
for coward who has 4FOR Made in Orlando
any a yellow I and sold
Isn't it how long some
queer peo-
streak and cannot hide it people can talk without saying any- SALE-New seven-roon house, by all dealers.MMMMMMMIMHMHIII. ; Phone No. 80
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with all modern
thing.If improvements. *
That 3000. Will take automobile in part
some young mens proposal'sare pay. Address Owner, care SentInel. IMIIItlMMIMMilMIMIIHiMttiMmiltillim 3
"very sudden" to some ladies
young a woman's photograph is a good _. .
because they have waited for WANTED business partner in a -
likeness she thinks it cannot do her
them so long. manufacturing business with well MtMtlMMIMililMtHIMIMttMIIIMMMItlMttilMIn
i justice. established trade. Need more capital
and will take partner or will make a .
"
That a certain fussy individual in i with $15,000 to $20- WELCOME TO
Orlando always reminds of Many a man manages to sidestepa 000 capita Plant up to date and in New Quarters
us a cam lot of trouble by traveling accord- excellent condition. Address Manufacturer -
el with a traveling circus-going ing to his wife's intuition. in care of Sentinel tf ROYAL PALM
around with his back up.

FOR RENT-Furnished, my cottageon
Lucerne Circle. Jas. A. Knox. BARBER SHOP
A New York man, arrested for
That an old bachelor tells grandma
so changeable that they never wear theft, laid it on to a pre-natal mark FOR SALE-Overstreet Turpentine ; We are now located in the new Hyer

that some women in Orlando arethe caused by a mouse. Living up to the Company's Stock. Inquire at the Modern and Complete.>>

same complexion twice. old stunt of "when the cops away, the Sentinel Office. 26-6t. Everything new, individual ; ; & Davis building on Church street

mice will play." FOR-The Methodist church to the electric attachments at every : ; We are better prepared to fill all
chair. No itone has been left your
That highest bidder. Sealed bids
there is now, according to re ac-
SALE cepted to May 6th, 12 o'clock unturned to make this shop
ports a popular young man in Orlando The city of Daytona is being suede wants in theHABDWARE
noon. F. A. CURTIS.
meet th of the
erequirements
who will be as "Happy as th for $25,000 damages by B. F. Lee, 4-29 6tESTRAYI
Flowers in May," for the girl of his formerly agent of the Florida East most particular. Plenty of

choice has consented and named the Coast Railway Company, who alleges have taken up as an room. Courteous attendants. LINE
estray one Dunn Cow with few
wedding day. that he was injured in fallingover white spots. Crop upper and under ELIJAH WHITEHEAD,
a barbed wire across the side- bit, in one ear; crop bolt in the otherear. Proprietor.
walk on Volusia avenue, west of the Brand single "0" J. G. Lee, THE
That a middle man is pretty hard Pine Castle, Fla. tf Orange Ave., Orlando, Fla.
railroad tracks, some time ago.
individual to get information concerning I

a friends proposed marriage FOR RENT-Four room cottage fur-
There is one young l lady here who is A Chicago girl lost two of her nished, Concord Park, one block HELMS HARDWARE
from Orange Ave. $10.00 month.
very wrothy because a certain young teeth in biting a footpad who triedto Inquire[ Wm. Coryell, Concord per Ave.
man won't give her the desired infer-I rob her. Beyond question he was Apr.27 May4-ll COMPANYIMIMMMMIMMIIHttMMIMIM'

mation of an approaching wedding. tough.-Niagra Falls Journal.
I la I
WANTED nurse for a child two
I years old, elderly woman preferred.Call When you want any of theEMERGENCYSUPPUES HIM
I at No. 11, Broadway. 5.14t


FOR SALE-At a bargain, horse, mentioned in
buggy and harness. Good family
IT PAYS TO BUY OUR KINDWE horse. Call on Geo. Hull, Pine Castle JOHNSON & JOHNSON'SHandbook -

Road, Orlando, Fla. 513t.
ORLANDOBUSINESS

WANTED TO CHANGE-68 acres of
HAVE THE BEST STOCK
land % mile from railroad station,
-OF- in Whiteside county, Illinois. Price COLLEGE
$6,500, encumbered for $1000. Want ofFirst
good orange and grapefruit grove,
good buildings in Central or South
Florida, or stock merchandise. Have Aidhere
.SpringClothing other properties will exchange and
will assume. Address, Box 427. MODERN COURSES IN
4-30 d & w Iw Memphis, Mo.

REO AUTO BARGAIN is the place to get Single and Double Entry Bookkeeping. Cor-

:I them. Call or "phone. poration Bookkeeping, Banking, Shorthand,
1911 Touring Car. Fine running I I
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condition, complete with all extras. Typewriting, Penmanship, Commercial Law,

$500 takes it before we leave Monday I DeLaney Drug Co. I Commercial Arithmetic, Spelling and all

Ever shown. This stock includes night. Geo. E. Bates &. Son, Alta-
Avenue Branches of Civil) Service.
REGAL SHOES $:.150, $tOO, monte Springs Fla. Orange ,

S 1.50. It.

, DAY AND NIGHT CLASSESExperienced
It will be a pleasure to show
GOOD WORK MULES

you the difference between our ; FRANK HYERS Teachers in Charge. Diplomas

goods and others see.
you may Manufacturer of Artificial Granted and Positions Secured for Graduates -

We are behind every piece of | Stone, Fancy Columns>> and For Sale by "fig

merchandise we sell and same Ornamental Work
H. G. Patronize Home Institutions.For .
must give you satisfaction.See Livingston and RailroadIt HarperSouth

our stock of STRAW .1iiI
ro"'H Hughy St. Phone 534
HATS, SHIRTS UNDERWEARETC. Prices and Terms call on or address:
., is probable that a three-story I -

brick hotel will be erected in Winter I Hauling of all kinds, and plowing
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Haven in the -fall. carefully looked after. Orlalihlo Bilsifiess College II IITHIRD

Brown & Plans are being drawn for the erec
Lartigue tion of a two-story brick business
GIVE US A TRIAL
block in Winter Haven. FLOOR PHONE 537
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: ORANGE, AVE. Money to loan on improved prop I HAWDJBMLDING ORLANDO, FLA.I .

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THE PAINS-OF HELLEXPLAINED TO US roJ ANikI BANK & I I COMP ANfi SeforeYou





The Dangers of Ignorance andSuperstition. Capital and Surplus and Undivided Profits $120,000.00.Total .


Resources over Three-quarters of a Million.
Buy

Statement of the Orlando Bank and

Pastor Russell! Apologizes For Prevalent -
t' Trust Co, at dose of Business
Misconceptions of the Bible's
Teaching The Worship of Hypocrisy April Itth, 191J-Theev.

and Fear, Great Spurs-CodS 4Tlfi oath Auivenary of Consider Quality, Style,
kt Worship Only From the Reverential -
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Misconceptions and True.of Hearted Hell-The Popular Injury x= d kti tt r: -Existence Price, and then choose!

They Have Done and Are Doing- ,
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a'k
True Christians Should Awake to .4 RESOURCES :;
True Bible Study.
3; Loans and DUcoanU.$368,197JI
Paterson, N. J.. Overdraft .
Y ; 922J2
April Russell 21.-preachedin Pastor S' E Real Estate, Furniture Allen & Co.

the Opera and Fixtures ...... K,853.44
House this after I Stocks and Bonds ...'..... 26,01848
Cash on hand and in Banks
noon. His text $6,267.61
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was: "The sor- =: ; [JEWELERS -

rows of death Total ...............$789,260.08 _

A. compassed and the pains me.of 9 Y LIABILITIES Orlando Florida
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bell hold ,
me."gat- Psalm upon Capital Stock ...........100000.00 I I II
116:3. 'i Surplus and Undivided I

The Pastor declared Profits ................ 24444JS

that his Deposits ................ M5.11M3
text like many other Bible! statements. s Let Us Regulate Your Watch

Is so grievously misunderstood as to Total ................$789.260.08
prevent Christian progress. Many noble V
hearts he claimed are famishingfor EVERYIHING GUARANTEED
lack of refreshment of God's Truth. -
The channels of thought are blockedby Deposit April 4, 1915....t591.8'1U1 I

fossilized errors of the Dark Ages. Deposits April 18, 1911... 665A1U3
The ports of our hearts should be deepened .8tae Growest, State and Gouty
Depodttry
InereaM la 12 days ......I.724IMI
and widened by the blowing up .
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of the false and devilish hell doctrines
which hinder us from receiving spirit- -i-- 0 ::: or THE H. H. P. STRAIGHTFor

ual nourishment There exists "a fam-
ine for hearing the Word of God." -
Sale at all Cigar Stores
If this text were the only one mistranslated ttttitlllMIIIIMIMMiMMMMMMttHiilHIIIIilitlHItMKIIItttlHUtat HH ;
and misunderstood, he said Orlando's Newest Ciga r Made in Orlando. 1
the ordinary reader would doubtless
Havana and Florida -, .
Wrappers
pass It by as a figure of speech. ButIt < .
Is merely one of a combination of Try One an d Be Convinced
mistranslations, all of which are connected W. M. SLEMONSWe
with an eternal torment system -
of doctrines invented during the HERMAN H. PINDER M'f'g'r

Dark Ages. This power of error Is
212 South
turning intelligent minds away from Orange
the Bible. Hence It is our duty to .
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break down these false doctrines, and
to clear away whatever hinders the are confident that the clothes we sell made by Schloss HlltliillMMIiMltlMliMeiHMMMIIMMtlMMtllKeep
flow of Truth to God's people.

The Psalmist is merely telling of his Bros are superior in quality and style to any that you
severe illness from which by the graceof Cool j
God he recovered. He would haveit can buy
understood that it was not merely a
slight ailment Hence he described it .
as "the sorrows of death"-that Is, the MEN WHO WEAR CLOTHES BOUGHT FROM US
sadness associated with the thought .
that he was about to die, about to ARE WELL DRESSED Fireless CookersAND
leave his friends. In poetic Hebrew,
be repeats the thought in the next
statement-"the pains of hell gat hold Our prices are very reasonable Do not .think of buying
upon me." They were the pains of approaching -
dissolution. There is not elsewhere until you have tried on one of Schloss Bros. suits.WE .
the slightest reference to the future.

Why Not the Whole Truth.In ELECTRIC FANS
their revised translation of the ALSO SELL LORD BALTIMORE CLOTHING FOR BOYS.

Bible our Baptist friends use the expression .
"the underworld." instead of
TO KEEP COOL WITH
bell. Yet even here Is danger that the
average reader may not catch the true

pains thought would of be the had Far tomb.the simpler"translator and said wiser"the it w.HflintlttHtltit M. SLEMONS [ELECTRIC l[ IKONS AND TOASTERS


Every learned minister knows that

the Hebrew word Sheol really means I " ." . " ,! ... ... ,. II"'II'IIII" l FOR COMFORT
the grave, the pit. the state of death. j'
Why do they hesitate to tell the people?
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the grate, and other times the under


another tion.world the,Why and ratr.then do In they rtfuse one use place to the translate, the transla pit In it IF YOU WANT THE LATESTIN ThePIERCE[ [ ELECTRIC T L C0111nc1',)

In a third place giving Instead the
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original word Sheol? Was it their Intention
HAND BUILDING ;
to confuse the people? Whatis ,
i
the motive? \Ye wish that some of
these great men would explain. THE LINE OF UP TO DATE DRY GOODS, CLOTHING, HIM Mitmimmt mm Mmm MHMMMt MIMI

The Reason For All This. HATS AND SHOES, ALSO LADIES READY TO WEAR
We would like to have our ministerial
brethren state their reasons for DRESSES OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS COME TO B. SALO-
hiding the truth on the subject of hell EVERYTHING
MON. SATISFACTION GUARANTEED OR MONEY
because decline do do
Only they to so THE OAKlANDTHE .
we feel at liberty to make suggestions. < REFUNDED. -IN-
These ministers seem to be of two
classes, with slightly different reasons
for silence on this subject. They seem CAR FEEDFOR
to agree that it Is dangerous to tell the
B. Salomon Orlando
people that God is really a God of love THAT EVERYBODYIS
and that the doctrine of eternal tor- -
ment is onscriptnral promulgated during
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one another at the stake
The Pastor declared that one class ABOUTASK Llyr 1UUKLAUBACH
DID YOU BUY?
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of ministers seem to fear that if people -

saw the errors of the creeds they UNDERTAKER ARMSTRONGThe FOR DEMONSTRATIONSEE
would discredit the ministers who bad I overheard a prominent hardware
taught these doctrines. But why fear dealer uy this morning to a prominent
FRAMER of Orlando
to tell the truth? Perhaps they fear citizen of Orlando, I could bv ARTISTIC PICTURE
that people will lose confidence In their bought land at f UO and $ .oo bat The Grain Man.
teachings, and that the party walls of did not do it. PING STKEST MAGRUDERitMMItHimttltlttlMH
Christendom which have so long dl- At the time he referred to I sold Church Street, Phone 18
vkJed God's people will fall. Since they I for an Orlando man several hundred
of land in Orange to -
acres county
will not tell us. we can only surmise.
$1.00 acre, the same land U urn
Other ministers he said have become per ...I ...I..II..I..I..IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII.1111111111Orlando
sold in 10 and twenty acre tracts for
higher critics and do not believe the $30.00 per acre, and U cheap at. this
Bible. They prefer to pose as believers price.
and hope for the time when all the What were the Orlando people buying i Opera House
wealthy and Intelligent will have be- at that time! Gold mining itoek. Autos For Rent at Oscar Hand
seine believers aNo Then they will say. If you had bought land, you eouU
"We have been unbelievers for manyyears figure your profit You knew sometime i : 2 Nights Friday and Saturday May 2,1Mr. Hour
but have kept It secret, fearing ago your profit on the minis Any &SonSuccessors
stock, without having to figure on itIf
t* be misunderstood as opponents of
you have not yet bought some to & Hand
the best Interests of society Orlando or Orange wur.ty property, ..
.
Frank
Powers and his
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The latter class constitutes the greatest there ii still opportunities for large J. ownHYPNOTIC Seven Passenger 'J-
menace: to law and order and are profits, and I can show you.I FULL LINE OF COMPLETE -
Satan's best scents In destroying faith can sell you something that will STEVENS[ DURYEA HOUSE FURNISHINGS .
te God's Word Inpersoll'a,:: methods of make you money but your gold mining Y COMEDY[ Y COMPANY Y
antagonizing the Blhle were far less stock will not buy it.
successful of modern Call and see me. Ride in a Good Car.'Phone .
than
are those CARL JANSEN, 1 COME IN AND SEE US
higher,:: critic-s and evolutionists Office over Dickson & Ives, Orange CHANGE OF PROGRAM NIGHTLYOne
,
Would It not be wisp to Inquire to Avenue, Orlando, Fla.
what extent fake!' doctrines are rt't'pon..fhlt The banks and the business men of
Hilarious from Start Finish
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was not exactly estranged from them,
President
C. Massey,
for he was apparently well disposed

T. Pktoa wallow Victim. L 1Ahew .... t.aklr toward them when he did see them, HI How much
but he simply preferred to live would
Howard C. Babcock Au'l CuUcr Samuel A.Newel AMt Cukkr alone money
and to live alone on the Bowery.
Fortune May Reach $200,000
THESTATE Frederick Jardine was unable to like to
for I
tell all the Bowery hotels he had livedin you spend ;
but for the last twelve years he
had been at the Germania.
BANK After Fallon had found Frederick
Jardine the latter went to the under-
taking shop and identified
the bodyas
that of his uncle. In the mean
time the undertaker had put a death $$11,22, SOU 4 4a I
of Orlando notice in The World giving Jardine's

right name, and this brought a res- Class
ponse from James M. Shedd, a law- No..2
ft Nos. 2and
yer, of No. 42 Cedar streetMr.
THE OLDEST BANK IN THE CITYAND Shedd said that he had drawnM. 2A

..... Jardine's will and was ready to
produce it. He did so and by its termsit
was found that Jardine, all the-

The Bank which transacts-more- business than time posing on the Bowery as a poor $$16.50
man, had a fortune which may reach
any Bank between Jacksonville and Tampa $200,000. $$33100No.

Mention was made in the will of Class I
certain gilt-edged bonds, and these
of this Bank has been built 50 Class
The large patronage up were found later in Jardine's strong '

during twenty years by conducting its business on sound box in the vaults of the Standard Safe :ra No. 100
Deposit Company at No. 25 Broad
banking principles with careful attention to the legiti- street. These bonds have a present

mate wants of customers. The confidence of the publicis market value, Frederick Jardine said

reuected in the large amount of deposits. last night, of $115,000.
Besides Mr. Jardine has found one s2O 5
Average deposits First Quarter of 1913, $900,000. deposit of $2,500 in the United States '
$ ,10
Guaranty and Trust Company, and he ClassNo. ,
believes that his uncle had large deposits 5
FOUR PER CENT PAID ON SAVINGS ACCOUNTS elsewhere, as memoranda indi- Nos. 5and
cated that he had money in the Bow- 5A

"- ery, the Seaman's and possibly other
savings banks.
Our correspondent banks are located in every part of The will gave one half of his estateto

the world and include some of the largest Banks in the half relatives to Charjtable and friends institutions, and the, other suchas Join any of our Saving Clubs and you can have either of the I

United States. the Woman's New York Charity (above amounts to spend
Mission, and Tract Society, the Pres-
byterian Board of Foreign Mission, M M .
-- -- -- -- -- -- -- the New York Protestant Episcopal Call and'get: Circular let
a or us explain the plan to
WHERE ARE THE DEAD SUNDAY MUSINGSA Mission Society, and the New York you

Lecture Topic By Mcllvaine at the Distinction With a Difference. prison the reform Germania association.At Hotel.it was said 1 The Peoples National Bank"It
Grand Theater This Afternoon
Two men of New York died withina that Jardine took no one into his con-
There will be interesting services few days of each other. Both left fidence. He gave out there, accordingto
today at The Grand Theater. Mr. is a pleasure to serve you."
wills that have excited much comment the proprietor, that he was in receipt -
Mcllvaine of Jacksonville, speaks this The one died in a palatial home of a pension from the Stein-
afternoon at 3 p. m. on the subject of surrounded by a wealth of tapestryand way Piano Company. He used to part, w'.i'.iii'.iiii'.ua
"Where Are the Dead" and again at a richness of art unparalelled in it was said, very reluctantly with the

7:30 p. m. on "The Day of Judgment. the world. new bills with which he paid his lodg- ..... . . .. .. '.... IMIIIIIMIIIMIIIYowell's
The lectures are free and not even The other closed his eyes on the ing of $1,25 a week, remarking thatit
d collection is to be taken up, all expenses pity to much
scenes of this world in an obscure was a spend so money
in connection with the services
hospital In tht same city* The one for living.
***** t .N International Where he I
a = polo by rue was a man of world-wide fame as the got his meals was not
Bible Students Association.Mr. greatest financier of the age. The known, but he never drank nor dissipated -
McIlvaine is said to be a talented other was an unknown dweller in a and scarcely ever was known to
man, a keen observer and a force- Bowery mission. 1 spend money.
ful speaker holding the attention of I He had always.. hppn prvpntriV Once
The one man's will prefaced his --- ---- -- -
his audience to every word spoken. faith in God, but what followed in that when visiting George Hogg, the
Much interest has been aroused over will reflected that rich man's life to nephew mentioned in the will he lefta
the state his lectures. He has bill under the
by $1 plate so that he
so great a degree as to belie the pre-
recently spoken to large audiences in amble to the solemn document. need be under no obligation to rela-
the Duval Theater in his home city, The other tives. When visiting other relativeshe The Ever
Extra
man was so modest and Biggest Values in
The Tampa Bay Casino, Tampa; The retiring that but one man, he a sym- always insisted on tuning the piano
< Tabernacle, Gainesville; The Audi- pathetic comrade of the same mission whether it needed it or not, apparently -
torium, Lakeland and elsewhere.The had any hold upon the thread of his; with the idea that he was thus pay- in Shoes White andColored
Tampa Tribune in reportinghis personal history. ing his way.
lectrue says of Mr. McIlvaine: The His nephew, who was made the executor -
who known
poor man, was by Having had a good run on
"The speaker seemed to harmonizethe the name of Smith, sickened and of his will said: Piques
entire Bible and to show by terse walked to a near by hospital. The! "When I went to the Germania Hotel small shoes for the past weekat
reasoning that all evil, both past and friends the they told me that my uncle owed
10 by name of Schneard call $2.25 we have decided that Narrow and Corduroy Welts
,
.present was educational and ed him there three weeks' lodging. I asked how
tory to the ushering of prepara-I The on poor man daily.died and his body.I much it was and they said $3.75. I in order to make them go still regular 25 and 30 cent sellers.
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the Golden of paid it."He -
Age i was being prepared for the potter's faster to cut the price to Very special at19c
Times "The parable of them the hotel say
Tampa says: ( field. The friend called and beggedthat used to tell at I
Lazarus and the rich man came in for I the body be not sent to the pot that he had a small pension, and when I
the most lucid explanation we have j ter's field saying that his dead friend I he paid for his lodging once a monthhe .
yet heard of this matter, and also I had been an educated man and had' always paid in new bills, and in $1.98 .
the statement of our Lord on the cross j I these occasions he always spruced
often cheered his heart by reading to 1
when speaking to the thief, "Verily,I I, him and that he believed he was a man himself up a bit as if he had been to How does that sound Narrow and wide welts. in

verily I say unto you this day shalt I I of some means and friends, of good I draw his pension."He white and colored 35c to 40c
thou be with me in Paradise." 1 I connection. That he was educated he spent, I have learned, most of Small Shoes For Small Feet
\ his time in and in that values for
reading way say
"Smith's"
knew ,of course, from love .
ATTENTION CIVIC LEAGUE '', of books. So he went to Undertaker he became acquainted with Schenard) The window has been filled

f James J. Fallon of No. 368 West Fiftieth I'I who side.was IThus once a librarian on the east with new styles and new sizes, 2 ge.LOOK
The the Civic League street and told him about the .
calls of the leaguefor the recluse of a life time was IN
hereby a meeting case ahd suggested that Fallon claimI
next Tuesday at half past threeat scattering sunshine to others without
the body and try to find if "Smith"
the lecture room of -the Methodist I, really had any relatives. Fallon pomp or show, and like Lazerus, in
Church. This meeting of the leagueis the bosom tf Abraham went home. received line of Chiffon
( agreed and the two went to the Ger- Just a new
an important one as the revision of mania Hotel, No. 81 Bowery, where
the constitution is to be discussed and ."Smith" had lived and looked up- his AT THE FAVORITE MONDAY and Net Ruffling: in Ecru and White
acted upon. Also plans for the en- papers. I
tertainment of the Federation next They found one paper in which occurred -I Ex-President Taft at a Country Fair
Fall to be decided, the latter is necessary the name of Frederick F. Jar- Imps Prices 15c. to 50c.
now on account of many mem- dine, with an address in Jersey City. When Cupid Runs Wild .......Imp
bers of the League laving the cityin Jardine had moved from that address I Comedy, Peaches to a Peach
the near future. Press Reporter.Fire and was finally found at No. 202 lor- Animated Weekly No. 35-Current -H- "M- iiiiiiiii HIM IIIIIIIIIIIIIII..111111111111.

raine avenue, Upper Montclair. He News of the Week.
believed to have been of incendiary turned out to be a nephew of "Smith," Three good reels. Don't miss them.
origin, completely destroyedthe who was not "Smith" at all, but Dud- Open at 2 to 5 and 7 to 10 p. m.
two-story frame building occu- 'ley Jardine, formerly of Brooklyn, and I YOWELL'STHE
pied by the Duval Mattress Manufac- a son of George Jardine, who founded, Mr. Sylvan Newham, of Baltimore,
turing Company, in Jacksonville, Wed- in the first half of the last centurythe representing A. J. Strauss & Company -]
nesday morning. There was no insur- world-famous organ building firm was among the late arrivals at I
ance on the building and the loss is of George Jardine & Co. the San Juan. Mr. Newham sells
estimated at $7,000. For more than thirty years-ever "Autocrat Trousers." i: BIG WHITE STOREsacrifice
since his father's death in 1881Dudley I II

We always feel like taking off our Jardine had lived apart from his I The acreage in watermelons at Sor-
hat to the man who minds his own! relatives and had seen them only on rento will very much exceed all pre-
business. rare occasions, those occasions being I vious records there. IlimiMIIMMIilMMMillltHliHilltiHniilMf.
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