The daily sentinel
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Title: The daily sentinel
Uniform Title: Daily sentinel (Orlando, Fla.)
Alternate Title: Daily South Florida sentinel
Physical Description: 1 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: Josiah Ferris
Place of Publication: Orlando Fla
Creation Date: May 6, 1913
Frequency: daily (except monday)
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando
Coordinates: 28.533611 x -81.375833 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1913.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 1, no. 269 (Dec. 20, 1913).
General Note: J.F. Schumann, editor.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 4 (Feb. 14, 1913).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Central Florida: Florida Digital Newspaper Library
Holding Location: University of Central Florida: Florida Digital Newspaper Library
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002075051
oclc - 34297092
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Special to the SentinelWashington I E. F. Andrews, of Palmetto, who es- Washington, May 5.The end of London, May 5.-Sir Edward Grey, Special to the Sentinel. i Special to the Sentinel
May '5.-Threats of a caped a week :ago tonight from the the tariff debate was in sight today, the British administration leader, announced New York, May 5.-Those physicians San Francisco, Cal., May .-The
world-wide commercial war were car- Hillsborough county jail at Tampa, so Jar as the House was concerned. at today's meeting of the ambassadors in New York, who are opposed to army scandal which had its start in
ried in positive protests filed with while under a sentence of death for With a few odds and ends of the sun- that Montenegro unconditionally Dr. Friedmann, it is said, constitutea New Orleans and made gossip in ev
Secretary of State fcryan from twen- ,the killing of J. W. Alexander, also dries schedule left over, the House I had placed the question of the vast majority, and are determinedto ery post in the country, was thoroughly -
ty-one nations against the enactmeii of Palmetto, was arrested yesterday stood ready to dispose of the free list,I future of Scutari in the hands of the bring pressure to bear upon the aired on the stand today in the
of the W ilson-Underwood tariff bill i morning on a Seaboared Air Line the .complex administrative features 1 European powers. federal government to prevent the Superior Court, Judge Graham presid-
'France,.goes so far as to claim that :train en route Jacksonville: the ar- and the income tax, all that remainedat I I The decision reached ly; King Nicholas fostering of Dr. Friedmann's. cure ing, when Captain H. C. Merriam'ssuit
the existing treaty vitiated by clauses ,>rest being made by Conductor W. T. the new tariff law. :, at the last moment has the effect upon the public.Dr. for divorce against Bessie C.
which seek to force .foreign manufacturers -;1 McKewn, after Andrews was pointedout "All the fighting is about over now," !,'cf' relieving ,immediately] the tension N. E. Brill, the tuberculosis. Merriam, came up for trial.
to open their:.books! to American -(- to him by Herbert S. Phillips, said }Ir. Underwood, the Democratic !! in European politics. It .caused unbounded specialist, left for Washington today.He Before the hearing began the Judge
officials where under valuatiton I prosecuting, attorney on the train who leader,, as he surveyed the situation. !i satisfaction to diplomats and is connected with the Seton Hospital called Captain Merriams into his
is charged against an ucpcrt. !i recognized the man he had convicted. The debate has been the most good- the f general public. The Stock Exchange where the most comprehensiveand I private chamber and endeavored to
Another European ration makes':|I ,On the arrival .of tHe train, An- natured in the recollection of the Democratic -I responded at once. various tests have been held. Dr. effect a reconciliation, but Merriamsaid
:a ,general protest against the duties'1 dfjws was immediately turned over leaders. The Republicans have i( It is generally hoped that this ac- Brill ,before his departure, said he that this was impossible. Judge
levied in the bill. All complaints are (:|, to Sheriff W. II. Dowling. He stoutly avoided filibustering or demand for : tion of Montenegro will do away with was to "attend conference." He would Graham then ordered their nineyear.old .
aimed at the general administrative ]I denied his identity. Sheriff Dowling record votes. The caucus .rule of solid I all necessities for military incursionsinto not further specify the object of his daughter, Charlotte, who came to
features and the Ways and Means : established the fact that the prisoner Democratic vote has been .rigidly car- Albania, such as Austria and journey. I court with Mrs. Merriam, excluded
Committee, and will ultimately be ;, wat wanted in Tampa, and upon the ried out i Italy] were contemplating against Es- "Most of the cases treated here, I from the room.
sect to the Foreign Relations Committee :'arrival I yesterday evening of Sheriff Only a few minor changes are now saad Pasha, Djavid Pasha, and other March 17 and 22, don't show improve-I Mrs. Merriam, who occupied thei
of the Senate. 'SpEncer I of Hillsboroujeh county, An- to be expected and they will be to independent leaders. ment," said Dr. George O'Hanlon, I i stand most of the day, denied aft
Tariff storm clouds of mOl threatening I I:drews was turned over to him and the clarify language. Democratic leaders King Nicholas! .\ I superintendent of Bellevue Hospital. I I the charges brought against her and
character are also brewing: onI i, return trip to Tampa vas made last expected today would clear the path Getting May 5.-King Nicholas, of broke ,down as she told of the ill
home shores. In his talk with newspaper 'night: for consideration of the income tax Montenegro, decided today to evacuate -( CONVENTION OF FACTOR INSPECTORS health she suffered during her hus
men todry, President Wilson i The escape of Andrevs from then alone tomorrow to be followed by the the fortress of Scutari in responseto I i band's absence. Numerous depositionsby
repealed: that fee was immovable o Tampa jail was of a most sensational ;,eating of t'.e bill for the formal the demands of the European pow. I army people were read. They all
the question of free wool and free ': nature. The prisoner used hack saws passage of the whole measure, a for ers. Chicago, May 6.-The Annual convention i 1 sustained the husband's charges. The
sugar. But while this positive utterance ''which his \:ife is alleged U have furnished I I mality counted upon to take less thanan When he took possession of Scutari, of the International Associ case will be continued tomorrow.
was being ,riade at the ;White the day previous to Lis escape, 1 hour. on April 23rd, after a six-month's ,ation of Factory Inspectors convened I
House, members of the Senate ,were when she entered the jail incompany I A brief relating to the income tax siege, which cost the lives of thousands -I here today at the Hotel Sherman, I TWELVE HURT IN FIRE
issuing warning tlat the bill wculd with some religious workers, who held provision of the Underwood bill was of Montenegrins and Turks,I where many rooms have been transformed II I
leave that body with fifteen per cent, I services for the benefit of the prisoners. | iled with the Senate finance committee King Nicholas declared that he would into model factories by the installation I i Sheridan, Ind/, May 5.-Twelve persons .
duty on wool. I today by the Investment Bankers' hold the city until the last drop of I! of modern machinery withevery I were injured and damage est'
The continued pretests and arguments i i Sheriff Spencer had up to that time I!: Association of America. The associa- :Montenegrin blood had been shed. A s possible safeguard to life, used I tated at $150,000; was done by a fire
upon the part of the big insurance ; refused to allow Mrs. Andrews to \"is-I'i tion favors the general purpose to collect the European powers had decided previously i in various lines of manufacture. In i here Sunday afternoon. The injured
companies .appear to have it her husband, faring that she ,i the, tax at the source, but urges that Scutari was to form part;!: other rooms are dkplayed machinery ,, were members of the Bucket brigades,
had their effect upon ,the hitherto unalterable ( convey some tool that would a&w,I I that the tax should follow the general] of the future autonomous state of!! used in the same lines of manufacture -1:I which were fighting the flames until
and immovable mind of the him to at least crake an attempt io : plan of the English act with respect to Albania, a crisis was brought about but without the safety precau- help from Indianapolis arrived by spe.,
President It was declared today that ?get away.-Times-Union. II I. interest on corporate bonds. The brief and the powers immediately brought !,[ tions. These exhibits are used to illustrate 'I cial train. The fire started in the
the income tax provision would be I I i sets forth that the bill overlooks the strong pressure to bear to force him !; the most prominent questionunder Weaver lumber yard, and swept two
amended so as to confcrm more to i SENATOR WORKS' SPEECH I',/act that nine-tenths of this interestis and his troops to evacuate the place,;j jIn | discussion during the three days I I blocks in the business district. Bum-
the liking of the insurance companies, payable on coupons to bearer, making the meanwhile, Austria took the (i' session, namely: How can accidents'to ing embers, carried by a high wind
:which contended that one jer cent. tax ',..__ j jI I, no provision by which this Interest 'po'wtrs' decision, and concentrated j i operatives be prevented? set fire to the Wesleyan Methodist
(was too heavy a burden for corporations Washington, May 5. -The Sherman can lie deducted by the corporation. large bodies of troops in Bosnia, Herzegovina Another question under discussionis church, destroying it and the parsonage -
and policy holders both tA': anti-trust act is a failure, a form of and Dalmatia. The powers that of occupational disease. Many which was adjoining.
carry. | shadow fighting, according; to Senator I KECREATION CONGRESS in the' interim, instituted a blockadeof prominent physicians are in attendance
In the House, there was growing :, Works, of California, who today advocated I.i Rieh nand, Va., May 5.-The Seventh the Montenegro coast. All these and will give their views on this POPE GIVES .AUDIENCE
feeling that the free list will cause '' in the Senate th* passage of t Annual Meeting of the Playground demonstrations, however, seemed not subject.
serious trouble and it is predicted by measures providing for &e criminalpunishment I and Recreation Association of ''to affect the determination of King Prominent among the delegates andi Rome, May 5.-Pope Pius, for the
many that one vital change will force I of specific Acts in res- America, will be formally opened tomorrow Nicholas. I i guests at the convention are Samuel first time since his illness, gave an
revision of the general schedules,':traint of trade and clothing the Interstate -I at 2:30 p. m. in the Auditorium Some of the Montenegrin troops !I I Gompers, president of the AmericanFederation audience this morning.
which in the end, will amount to the.', Commerce Commission with of the Jefferson Hotel by Hon, were withdrawn from Scutari, in or I of Labor; Fred C. Schied- The honor fell to Cardinal Dominie
defeat of.the Wilson-Underwood bill power to supervise the business of I George Ainslie, Mayor of Richmond, der it was said, to resist a possibleAustrian tam, of St. Louis, president of the Ferrata, who recently returned from
as originally drawn. ( other corporations as it now controlsi I who will deliver an address of welcome advance. Then word came National Manufacturers Association; Malta, where he had presided over the
railroads. He urged that the commission to the_ asspmhlpd___ ______ dalaoatac: Tho that Austria and Italv. had entered into John Mitchell former president of the_ _1'ncnro._ .. .r1til".' .. rnnrr.ecP.... .....". "..",..I lw....
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FLORIDA VEGETABLES IN NEW i be given power "to investigate I closing session will take place next an agreement to solve the Albanian United Mine Workers of America; tee.
YORK i i i any corporation or corporations charged -i Saturday morning at 11:30. problem by a military expedition Gove. Edrard F. Dunne, of Illinois;
with or suspected of contracting:: All the sessions except those of :I and it was known that the Aus- Mary Brier and Henry Morgenthau HOT IN PHILADELPHIA
New York May 3.-Receipts of combining, conspiring or monopoliz' Wednesday and Friday evenings will : trian army was preparing to march of New York City; John J. Whalen,
Florida vegetables are running light ing in restraint of trade and to dis take place! at the Auditorium of the i,i forward. of Albany, N. Y., and Perry F. Powersof Philadelphia, MWith the of-
and many of the offerings clearly solve the combination and place the Jefferson Hotel. On the two even .1 I The attitude of Russia under these Lansing, Mich.A. .ficial thermometer registering 88 de
show by their quality; that many of I ogending corporations in the hands of, ings mentioned the sessions will be, : circumstances, was a matter of great Wischam, of the Illinois Depart- grees at 4 p. m., this was the hottest
the crops are about winding up. a receiver, whose duty it shall be to''! held in the City Auditorium.On concern to Europe, and when she ment of Factory Inspection has chargeof day of the year, and the hottest May
Tomatoes were in very light receipt -i close up tote business of such corpor-j Thursday evening there will bea I, joined in the pressure exercised on the local arrangements for the con- 2nd ever recorded by the local weather
and generally poor, some showing ations. It is not enough to dissolve banquet at the Jefferson Hotel and Montenegro, great fear was felt, as vention, including the exhibits in the bureau. The previous high mark for
the black spots. However, their the combination. The corporations'I on Friday afternoon the delegateswill : it had been thought she would resist Hotel Sherman.ANNIVERSARY. 1913 was 79 on April 25.
movement was pretty good, fancy selling themselves should be dissolved and go to the Horse Show Buildingto any attempt by Austria to order her
from $2.25 to $3.25; choice $1.751,their business wound up." 1 I witness a demonstration of play J(army I southward. I OF PEACE WITH NEW PRESIDENT OF'HAYTIPort
[ Senator Works declared that rich activities.On It was suggested the WITH
to $2.50 and standards $1.25 to $2. I I during negotiations ENGLAND.
Beans were also in light receipt criminals are dealt with too leniently.I Wednesday afternoon the Governor that the King of Montenegrowas au Prince, Hayti, May 5.-The
and of varied quality and condition.I'I He declared there is no remedy but of Virginia will hold a recep- to receive territorial compensa- New York, May 5.-There was a Haytien Congress today elected Mich-
some being quite old. Movement was "to take away the discretion of the !'tion for the delegates. : tion in some other direction, if, he i historic gathering at the City Hall ael Oreste, president of the republic,
pretty good at $2.50 to $3.50 a basket -}<[weaklings on the bench, make the 11 Many prominent speakers, authori ; would give up Scutari, and that his i here today, when the members of the to succeed General Tancrede Auguste ,
|'I crime a felony and imprisonment ties and korkers in the playgroundand majesty was preparing to accept this I International Conference Committee, who died Friday night Creste was a
A few of the cucumbers received I I imperative. : rercreation movement are scheduled offer. j I who are arranging the program for Senator. ,
showed quite an improved conditionover I After asserting that the preliminary -'I to address the convention during No Conditions Mentioned. ;I i: next year's anniversary celebration of
those which have been received I i investigation of the senate interstate j its four days session. Among them Berlin, May 5.-No conditions were i i i: the one hundred years of uninterrupt- CITRUS FRUITS IN NEW YORK.
so far this season, but the generalrun I commerce committee to determine ;- ({ are P. P. Claxton, United States Commissioner mentioned by :Montenegro today when !jed i peace between England and the
of them continue to show the I i what amandments should be i iI i of Education, who will she informed the German Foreign Office United States, met to receive a hearty i New York, May 3.-Florida oranges
water spots and diseased condition. j I j I made to the Sherman act was useless j I I I I speak on the "Rural School as a Reci that she had decided to place Scu I welcome from Mayor Gaynor. I were light and most offerings of late
They sold from $1.50 to $4 a basket. !I I and void of results, he said: "If we i II i reation Center"; P. C. Conrad of the tari in the hands of the powers. i Crowds of people thronged the cor- varieties. The market was strong, ac-
There was a pretty good demand for i I are going to accomplish anything i iI I 1Y.I M. C. A. in Uraguay, who has as On the other hand, the Foreign Office -I:I ridors of the City Hall and formed I tive and higher in spots, especially on
peppers, and the light receipts were !I worth while, we will have to change his subject, "The Play Movements as says there is no evidence that any a solid mass in City Hall Park. small sized fruit. Fancy Valenciasof
moved out rapidly from $2.50 to $3 i i I front entirely and commence to make i;, a World Movement"; J. Leonard Levi, concrete step in this direction has yet I The mayor's address of welcome I desirable sizes sold from $5 to $5.75
a large crate and $2 to $2.75 for 6- specific acts in restraint of trade unlawful -| D. D., Rabbi of the Temple Shalom, been taken and doubt is expressed by was responded to most happily by and occasionally up to $6. Larger "
basket carriers. and punish them accordingly. i Pittsburgh, who will speak on "Possi officials as to the veracity of the re I' Lord Weardale, the head of the Eng- ,!I sizes from $3 to '$4.75. Porto Rico

"The destruction of man'sbusinessby bilities of Recreation in Lessening ports that Montenegro has already, lish dele tion and President of the l,I oranges eontinnp tn__ sh/vir nnncr.. ...:.. .e....._
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FEDERAL PRISON WARDEN RESIGNS .! depriving him of credit to remove : Vice;" Joseph Lee, President of the evacuated the city. Inter-Parliamentary Union. I able waste. Receipts are light but
him from competition is not a theory! Playground and Recreation Association No date for the evacuation of Scu- The formal address of the day was the trade is generally good Fancy ,
I but a fact The man who does these''! of America, whose subject is tari by the Montenegrin troops was'I delivered by ex-President Taft The from $3 to $4.35; choke $2.25 to $3.25; t
things deserves to be in the penitentiary "The Recreation Movement given in the communication received
Special to Tke SentinelLeavenworth in Amer- effort was in the former President'sbest common and large sizes down to $1.85.
Kan.. May 5.-:Major I I as much as the chief burglar; ;I j ica;" William Champlin, Secretary of here from Cettinje, but there is reason vein and was loudly aedaimed Florida grapefruit was generally
R. W. MeCIaughrey, today tendered ;;: bat we have no laws against such i iII the Board of Education of Philadel- to believe assurances from King Nicholas by all who heard it Mr, Taft voiced liberal. Fancy 64s to SOs from $3 to
} : resignation as warden of the FedI !II acts", but allow them to go unpunished. | phia who will give an illustrated lee- that the first steps would he ta- the conviltion that within the next !II $3.75 with a few of the very finest ,
-,. Prison here. His resignation I! I tore on "Municipal Summer Camps;" 'ken within twenty-four hours. I hundred yean, war would be heard of[i from $4 to $H12; 46s and 54s $2.50.
V: effect at'the end of the fiscal i Wilbert E. Longfellow, General Superintendent Further details of the intention of| no more, in any quarter of the globe. There is little if any change in the
'' McCIaughrey desiring to round: BASEBALL RESULTS IN THE BIG I of the t;. S. Volunteer Montenegro' may be forthcoming during -I The Conference Committee will be 'Porto Rico grapefruit market Fancy ,
'Oft) years.of prison work, four- I LEAGUES I Life Saving Corps, New York City the conference of ambassadors in in session for several days, ad duringI.that stock was setting from $3.50 to ,
of which,he has been head of this, win will also give an ffiaartated talk London today.heav's '. i .time will visit Washington, H.tttt; choice $i to $3.50; ordinary
.n. HcQaughrey if 74 yean of I''SptcU .. tat 8at.e1. I.en the subject of wing for:. received+ from the German t, Chicago, Buffalo, Cleve- and large off slice $1.25 to .$2.75.-
I, NationalPhiladelphia .Recreation." E i'Minister at Cettinje, del the strength'I land, Philadelphia and Boston, where New York Paeker.I .
t 6; New York 3. of the Yiensa market confirmed the, logical committees headed by the

> accoaat of a freight jumping the f I ..Brooklyn, 3; Boston, 2. P MILLIONAIRE MAYOR :!belirf of Berlin tn Mia! circles that a mayors of their respective cities will I After the late terrific slaughter audemolition
i 8o ewhtra dowrfft road, traf- AmeacanBostoa ,' -- !:peaceful. settlement was ia sight look after their entertainment + in the city of Mex** the
n the A. a: t. mi delayed foral 1 3; Washington,, 8. ftpbl. to tW l i, On rriday, the conference will meet first things those.crazy Latins did v atto
hours on that ",1ut.. night I New York, 1; Philadelphia, 8. ..... Del,. May s.r' -Francis.1!i'- '\--WKATflEfi. REPORT. :: :1 (,0m1: :'c ,f ;,he whole an4 Ba- repair the baJlriDI1ey evidently
28, northbound, doe *tf. M 8:. South Atlantic : edt, the miltioaaife pevd*,t" '- ,:., ''1 ; :.. a;w g of the tentative pro- wanted, a place; where they .
,.,! raot readl Orlu & .. 'I e' Charleston, 2; Columbus L. ,: was noa ated t. f -" 'xr nect year's celebration. could, for the mfmtBt, forget th*
'\. 82 Awed up twatr'lw.... Albany; Jacksonville 0. ,r far by.the< BaB Mao. n mtfr, t3bu!j .,. --- fair T. I h ia--. '" -" majority of the visitors expect I ewes of terror,.and bloodshed &9 ;
c.i Savannah, 2: Mafenn, $ aft T (V7> :, !W t: to sail for England! en May 1st. Ircv; lLly emiund.6 .



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Juventh-day -Adventists in various: I Lord & BradshawWe Magnificent Showing of

parts of Florida are looking forward
'With much interest to the quadrennial
I Iwseeting wish to announce to our friends, and the public generally,
of the General Conference of I Ithlt
denomination, which will be heldI I that we have formed a partnership under the New Spring Suits
ill Washington, D. C., May 15, to June I above firm name, for a general
8,,and which wil bring together be. I
severs in the faith from all parts of I
Real Estate and Insurance
the world. A delegation of 12 mem and DressesWE
seers will represent the Southern Un- .
ion Conferences, which takes in the I business and are centrally located in a ground floor office at No.
aWe conference in North Carolina,
17 S. Orange Avenue, (formerly occupied by Hamilton & Dunn
South Carolina, Georgia, Florida, andfife
Eastern portion of Tennessee.The Millinery), where we will be pleased to meet all our old friends ARE SHOWING A BEAUTIFUL ASSORTMENT OF
Florida Conference will be .
by President. H. Heck-represented and to make new ones. SILKS AND SATINS, ALL COLORS, DRESS GOODS

:acin, MI!. R. G. Stringer, secretaryand i IN ALL THE LATEST PATTERNS FOR OLD AND
treasurer, and Mrs. H. L. Horn, Our list of city and acreage property is surpassed by none, ; YOUNG. WHITE CANVAS SHOES. THE DISPLAY

sf Orlando,with about fifteen or twenty I and i CONTAINS ACCURATE ILLUSTRATIONS OF
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others from different parts of the i SEASONS BEST AND LATEST CREATIONS, AND

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Africa, and the mission stations in .
mission stations in Africa and Asia. :
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big problem that will come before I f | to duplicate any lens WHILE YOU WAIT.
his Conference will be that of plan-i'(" c ; Along with all the stock and instruments he has secured -
ling to increase the missionary forces 1 I ELIJAH H Ajf$ | the prescription books dating back several years, and
it all parts of the world, also that of i; will fill of Dr. Likins' prescriptions without delay.
viding the earth into six divisions) ORLANDO WATER[ & LIGHT CO.a .I Funeral Directorand any

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EVENING AT THE FIRST The service of the evening was a any class of growers. We are sorryto jority of the society favored the reso- ..
BAPTIST CHURCH. most profitable one, and those pres- have to say that it is a disgrace to lution adopted, the men who voted for ..
ent, Christians ,and others, had rea- the state to have one of its officers it ,did not represent the largest acre-
Sunday evening when the hour was son to go away strengthened for the who was elected by the people to per- age of fruit or number of boxes shipped JUST RECEIVED.i i
come for the services to begin every constant battles of life and drawn form certain duties working hard to In looking over the persons who '
pew was occupied and chairs were nearer to the heights of Golgotha. have a Test Law put on the statute stood up to vote for the resolution it
placed for others to occupy. books. It looks as if he is trying to was seen that some of them knew A CAR LOAD OF LIME
After the prelude the choir arose THE ACID TEST build up a political machine to keep very little about the marketing end
and sang a very beautiful anthem, his office as long as he wants it. It of the business. You cannot separate
after which several minutes were Views of Florida Grower of May 2. is none of his business what laws are marketing from legislation, in figur- i SPECIAL PRICES
spent in an evangelistic song service.Dr. Why should there be an Acid Test I made or who makes them. He is ing for results to be obtained from "
Poulson's subject for the even- to regulate the shipment of oranges "butting in" where he has no busi- the citrus industry i 11 S IN LARGE QUANTITIES i
ing was, "Man's Constant Need of and grapefruit when there is no Acid ness, and charges should be preferredto To profitably dispose of the large!II Prompt Delivery.
Christ. The speaker was at his best, Test to regulate the shipment of the Governor and his removal crop of fruit, it is absolutely neces- "
although he had spoken four times strawberries, pineapples, peaches, asked for, Why should a state sary that growers should have as longa ,
during the day. He has physical, as watermelons, etc.? Is it not discrimi- chemist ask for $10,000 to make acid marketing or shipping season as Florida Metal Co.
well as spiritual strength not foundin nating, when citrus fruits are selectedto tests? Why should he have an assist- possible. According to a chart shown! ;
many ministers, and we must ad- pass legislation, regulating the ant, at $1,800 a year and traveling by Dr. Kline at the society meeting,; .
mit that physical strength is an at- shipments thereof? expenses of $100 a month, to oppress the earliest dates at or on which fruit I II McNEIL-DAVIS BUILDING t.
tribute of great importance.The Strawberries are sent out of Floridain orange shippers, who have their all could be sent out of the state, as per Phone 41. .
text was taken from Luke, the large quantities, as also are pine- invested in their groves Why shoulda the state chemist's report would bar I
twenty-fourth chapter and twenty- apples, that are as tart or acid in state chemist want a bill that says, growers from getting in for the
ninth verse: "Abide with us for it is taste as oranges at 1.30, 1.40, 1.50 or "The Governor may appoint certain Thanksgiving market and would I
toward evening." more, yet there is no regulation by assistants, etc., upon the recommendation shorten the shipping season at least i
He said in the outset: "It seems to law about an Acid Test. An Acid of the State Chemist. The six weeks. It would mean that the!
me that this should be a great hour; Test is not needed and if one is estab- Governor could not appoint his own immense crop of fruit would have to,
will you bear me up with your prayers lished by the state legislature, as per brother unless the state chemist saysso. be rushed to market, as many grow- The Best is the Cheapest
that I may speak what God would resolutions at DeLand on Wednesday, There are other features justas ers fear cold weather. It would mean.
* have me speak." the citrus industry will be dealt a rotten about the bill and the reas- ruinous prices and the death of the __, *' ""
After the disciples had constrainedthe blow from which it will not recover. ons for the state chemist working industry.The SO GET THE BEST OF
".Ai ,;\
Master to abide with them in the Granted that the men who voted in hard to jam it down the throats of. "

evening and they were gatehered together favor of an Acid Test did so, think- the orange growers. j contract has been awarded for Paints and Wall PaperTHE
in some house of the village, ing they were doing a wise thing, it is I Time and space will not permit us the building. of the new ice and stor-
and when they sat at meat their eyes inconceivable how they could so vote, to say as much as we want to say age plant in Tampa. Constructionwill
were opened and they had a real vision if they were fully conversant with the on this matter in this issue. While' begin at once. The plant will be J 1 1912 WALL PAPER IN SAMPLES : ;
of the Christ who had been slain, from the of the Horticultural '
qualities necessary to market their report one of the most modern in the coun IS GRAND AND I WILL BE PLEASED
and as they sat silently gazing upon fruit. If fruit is pleasant to the taste, Society it would appear that the ma- try.Everything.
their Lord he vanished from their and the appearance is satisfactory, i
sight. buyers will pay a price for it. As a i i j DO IS TO TELEPHONE AND I WILL
Said the speaker, "If we have come rule the prices for early shipmentsare -I BRING THE SAMPLE TO YOUR HOME.
here to talk of Christ, to meditate of higher than later prices. The i
Him remember that he will manifest coming year prices will be apt to be
Himself unto you just as you are this:, low on account of competition from Newi GEO. A. BARKER PHONE 268
evening." Jamaica (which has not been able to
There was a profound manifestationof ship to this country since the duty
the presence of the Spirit of God was placed at 80 cents per box) Spain - -
in the meeting. Not a person in the Italy, Nassau and Mexico as well as IJ t'

house seemed to think of anything from Louisiana, California, Porto IN LACES, EMBROIDERIES, SHIRTS, KI- J
other than the speaker and his ser- Rico and Cuba. All these points will !
mon, or in other words they lost sightof try to get early fruit to the marketsof I f|I
the world and life's perplexitiesand this country. Not one of them have t ti
thought upon Holy things. any restrictions prohibiting them SUPPLIESMcCULLOCH'S 1
Not one time did the speaker pause from shipping when the growers or i PATTERN HATS I
for something to say. As in all of shippers think their fruit is "Fit to '
his sermons, he was filled with the ship." They will not ship any fruit I
spirit of his subject and wonderfully they think will not sell. They know iH \

are assisted Spirit superior of by God.Divine pulpit As an Presence orators.orator, few of men the better.It some is few. greatly people to have be a regretted desire to that reg- DEPARTMENT STOREOPPOSITE H HANDBAGS O AND O NECKWEAR[ Al COST 1

Many remarks have been overheardlike ulate the affairs of their fellow citi- POST OFFICE ,
this: "There is one thing about zens in their God given right to plant, '/
this man that I am struck with, you cultivate, raise, pick, grade and pack J
can't anticipate what the trend of his and ship fruit. It is wrong and we CALL and BE CONVINCED"LOWEST USSES HILTON & DUNNRELIABLE ;
sermon is going to be. His sermonsare do not believe the good men at Tal-
original and straight from the lahassee will uermit any law to go PRICES ALWAYS" o ,
shoulders,therefore he holds the hearer on the statute books of this grand old
spell bound." state that will discriminate against


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South Florida SentinelMORNING The Sentinel is in receipt of a let-

AND WEEKLY There is much food for reflection ter from Hon. John A. Van Valzah,

among municipal officials and studentsof in which he complains of the "darts
Entered at the poet office at Orlando municipal government throughoutthe hurled by our Ciceronian" pen at the
florlda Second Claw Mail Matter.
u United States generally in the re- I members of the legislature, many of

SUBSCRIPTION RATES : ported purpose of Mayor Blanken- whom, he says, are honest men, men
When You
burg of Philadelphia, some of his de- of good intentions, and that is whatwe Choose I

THE DAILY SENTINEL partment chiefs and representativesof say, and to such we say not a wordof

One year .....................$5.00 the City Club to take a short courseIn criticism is intended.We .

Six Months ....... ..... .... 2.50 municipal economics at the Univer- can best illustrate our positionby

Three Months .......... .. .... 1-25 sity of Wisconsin next month, in the making use of the story of the a Gift of Jewelry

hope that they may be better equip- old colored preacher whose rooster
By newt carrier In Orlando 60 cents per ,
month. Dally and Sunday. ped for the solution of knotty probe }had been stolen en Saturday night On

lems in local administration. It ap- Sunday morning he took with him
The Orlando llornln* Sentinel can be found .
O'Neal' Book that certain financial difficultiesare into the pulpit' a good sized rock and
M MC in Orlando at Curita It pears THEN YOU MAKE A LASTING GIFT
Store. presenting themselves in Philadelphia -. when the congregation had gotten THAT MUST

We will appreciate prompt complaint if and that through Governor nicely seated; the preacher said, "now, BEAR EVERY TEST OF TIME AND JUDGMENT AND

delivery is not properly made by our carrier McGovern and others the officials and brederens and cisterns, some rascally TASTE. WHEN YOU SELECT FROM THE STOCK OF '

Admtising rate will be furnished on application. reform representatives referred to, nigger done stole my big rooster last : EVANS YOU ARE SECURE. FOR HERE EVERY PIECE,.

have learned that they can extract night, and. i'se brought a rock wid : EVEN THE MEREST TRIFLE-IS CHOSEN BY EX-
THE WEEKLY SENTINEL from the theories propounded at Mad- me, and I'se gwine to hurl dis at de
7or year, by mail postage paid .........11.00A4dres ison hints that will be of great prac- head of .deguilty man, and none de PERTS WHOSE KNOWLEDGE AND TASTE HAVE WON

THE SENTINEL Orlando Florida. tical value to them. To meet the occa- rest of you need duck your heads f o' RECOGNITION.THE .

Office 107 Court Phone Street,24 Arcade Banding sion the university faculty has arranged I des hit de guilty man." The plan BEAUTY, THE STYLE, THE WORKMANSHIP,

a special short course of twenty- worked the guilty brother dodged: ARE ALWAS THE BEST.EVANS' .

J. F. SCHUMANN, Editor. four lectures. These will cover every Now no innocent man need dodge the
JOSIAH FERRIS Proprietor. phase of municipal condition and government darts of the Sentinel as they are not FAIR AND MODERATE PRICES ARE AS FAMOUS -

Mayor Blankenburg, his assistants directed at Mm. AS EVANS' BEAUTIFUL AND EXCLUSIVE DESIGNS

TUESDAY, MAY 6TH, 1913. and friends will attend the se- From the position Mr. Van Valzah COMPARISON OF VALUES INVITED.

ries with the idea of taking copious has take on House Bill No. 3, and!the

The oyster signs have disappearedand notes, and with the further ides of fight he u making against corporate

the ice cream signs are in evi applying what they have learned to interests we hardly think he needs

dence.It Philadelphia's governmental needs. dodge any missle set in motion by the ;

o Thinking people will immediately Sentinel Go ,to it, Mr. Van Valzah,

sometimes happens that a man ask why this method of training mu- you are on the right track. The corporation

nicipal officials should not b? adopted: car may knock you off the
can be sworn to tell the truth without
it. everywhere, and why, if the results track; if they do get right back on
telling T. U. Evans the JewelerOPPOSITE
o shall be equal to the promise, it and the people will be with you and

A hoodlum is more disagreeablethan would not be wiser to have the course will continue the fight. ,

the other bores which infest our of lectures taken before a new mu- The Insurance rates of this state

social fabric.A nicipal administration enters upon its are a disgrace to the intelligence ofa POST OFFICE

o duties, rather than afterward, says long suffering people. Let any man I

few men seem to think they can an exchange. There will be reason in compare the rates of the state with EXPERT REPAIRING AND ENGRAVING.
the rates of the other states and then
these propositions. Municipal -
not be brave and firm and courteousat
the same time. usually, are taught now apply exactly the same rules of rate

only by exeprience, for which the tax- making that obtains in other states, .

A certain attachment to the aver- payers are compelled to pay a high and he will see how the people of
price. Florida are being robbed. Why con-
typewriter has than
age gotten more
The step that Mayor Blankenburgand tinue paying tribute to the Insurance
one man into trouble.
his assistants and friends are. companies? Nothing has been a

Heaven is becoming o so full of avia- about to take is unqeustionably in the greater hindrance to the developmentof SILK I STOCKINGS

tors .there probably isn't much room right direction. But it is one that this splendid state than the galling :

up there for newspaper men. should be taken earlier in every city. saddles that have been placed upon
Those who are entrusted with the re- the public by corporate interests.
o sponsibility of local government Every insurace agent in the state
In every moving picture there is
the same indignant person which should be as well equipped for the should refuse to lend his voice to the

makes the scenes appear home like. performance of their duties as those fight for maintaining present high 1
o who are given responsible positionsin rates. The local agent is interested -
in building the community in For Day
Mr. Sparks and Miss Gass were recently industrial and commercial life. It up ,
which he lives and is anxious to
would municipality in the I see
married out in Illinois. Their pay every
future should certainly be a brightone. country to provide at the expense of his patrons get as low a rate as the and iic .
i the taxpayers just such instructionas man in New York State or Ohio gets.

o the Philadelphians are about to We believe that the agents of Flor-

A new osculatory performance seek at Madison, and it would be ida generally take this view of the EveningWear

styled the "glory kiss" is announced double value if this instruction were rate subject.

it Cincinnati A full description will provided before the task of adminis- While on this subject let us say a

4 be awaited eagerly.It tering the affairs of the communitieswas word about railroad rates. Railroad ,
o begun.Exchnage.So statistics show that the cost of main-

is thought that Columbia mightbe great has become the interestin tainance in Florida is lower than any
state north of the Ohio river and the
these lectures that arrangementsare ,
willing to settle the boundary dispute -
if this Government will give. being made to send lecturers out cost of operation is less because we

them the whole canal. to deliver the course, where cities re- have none of the storms that tie up

o--._ quest it. traffic in the north so frequently in

There is no imagination in modern the winter, and yet our freight rates Our Personal Guarantee

literature, and they are even goingto TWO EXTREMES MEET are nearly double. Neither can they

cut the word "Applause" out of Yesterday General SuperintendentRiddle lay to shortage of business for most Accompanies Every Pair
of the time the freight business is so
Congerssional Record of the Florida end of the A. C.
heavy that the car supply is insuffi-
o L Railroad ran a demonstration
cient. It is due to the fact that cor-
That New Jersey man who built through Orlando. That is to he
say interests have been in the saddle
his own coffin and lined it with as- pulled Nnmber 80 through Orlando at porate -
bestos in this state and are riding the Marion B. Ives
evidently had an idea of four miles an hour as provided by
people to death. But they have carried -
rhitehr he was heading. law and the train moved at about the
the matter too far and thohave npnnlp
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of a man walking a moderate r--r--
rebelled, and will stand for no
Brunettes are said to make the gait. It took the train fourteen min-

best working girls, but that does not utes to pass through the city and at more of it.

prevent lots of young fellows chas- the same rate would require about EXCLUSIVE MILLINERY PARLORS
ing blonde skirts all over town. thirty; minutes for a long freight trainto ,

o get through the city; that is counting -
Another of the meanest men has from the time the engine enters Our statemen now assembled at Second FloorEvery
Tallahassee show sensitivenessat
been discovered. He lives in Iowa, the city until the last car is out.
is a deaf mute, and tied his wife's It is plain that this law has drawn newspaper notoriety, and well they

hands so she couldn't take back to the line too closely, and if enforced may.As
him. a rule the press will be found
would make Orlando ridicu- .
-o--. lous. On the other hand, to run a taking advance grounds on all pro- thinking man knows that so

The theory that specialists are seldom train through a populous city like Or- gressive measures, and advocating .far as any thing that has been done

gifted in more than one way is lando at twenty-five and thirty milesan honest and clean legislation. Someof up to date the state would be betteroff
the members of the
supported by the apparent inability of hour is criminal legislaturetake if the legislature had never met AUTOMOBILE

the expert cigarette roller to do anything Between these two extremes there this same view of public ques- and their salaries had been saved to
tions, but by no means all of them.
else. ought to be a sensible medium.No the tax payers.
Many of them entertain no such The voters will not long stand for
----( citizen of Orlando will ask
The un- notions of the business of a legisla- the cheese making sort of legislationthat BULLETINThese
king of Greece gets a salaryof reasonable things of a railroad com-
F I ture. Many of them regard the legis-
$350,000 has been the practice in Florida.
per annum, but he can't pany and would much prefer that a
lature as a place to advance
eat any more deviled lobsters than more sensible rate of speed were fix- There is bound to come a revolutionin
the fellow who has only twenty ed. interests in business and land Florida politics and that soon.
"bucks" in schemes, or to make political trades
pocket. But the city council have no powerto and build up a political machine. To I Mr. W. S. Branch is again at his are Bargains in Re-Built Cars. Each one is
o change it it is state law that
as a
In New York a woman was recently provides that trains shall not run such it is not strange that there comes place of business after a week's lay guaranteed to be in first-class condition, is fully equip-
fined feelings of resentment at the com- off from the hurt received from a fall
$250 for sweaering at her through any incorporated city or town ped and ready to run. .
iasband. In Vermont ment of the press; for the press as a while walking around in the new
a woman was at a higher rate of speed than four
lent to rule will be found opposing such con- Tiedke building. Mr. Branch will not
jail for three months for killing miles an hour. It is a fool law but ,
her "old duct; of course there are exceptions; go on a tour of inspection right away
man. And
so it goes.o the city council are not responsiblefor
there are newspapers that are own- again. 11912 Studebaker "30"
it, and as a matter of fact the fourpassenger
ed by corporate interests, and some
The meeting of the council are disposed to deal
Assemblies Presbyterian fairly that exist only by means of the pap D. S. Bennage and wife who havea extra tire and rim. Hartford shock
at Atlanta this railroad if the
month will company that is doled out to them by the po- winter home in Concord Park, leave
represent a membership of shows a disposition to absorbers
nearly two recog- etc. $600,00
i litical bosses. But the newspapersthat today on the noon train for Shannon, ,
million, and financial transactions of nize the rights of the citizens. Due
have a standing with the publicare Wisconsin, in response to a telegram
about thirty-five millions consideration for the safety of the
annuanlly. the newspapers that stay closestby announcing the severe illess of the
This looks like Calvinism was march- public demands a rate of speed not to the public and let the salary grab latter's mother at that place. TheSentinel 1 1910 Cadillac four-passenger fully
ing steadily along. exceed ten miles an hour, and if thosein ,
bers, land swindlers and corporate will follow Mr. and Mrs Bennage -
-- charge of trains will just be considerate 1 ._,..1AVUUJ .... S th t..___
AI; care o eraev. When W their northern norm equipped, $600.00.
the city council will be
We. knew when Orange county was not the knife is put close to the fifth rib
ed that these mere division mi- I unreasonable as they stand for equal of such men of course they squirm. This is a sort of a hurry up item. &

k in Tallahassee. We had not, rights between the public and public Honest men have no fear of news- Mrs. lola Hurry, of St Louis, mar- 1 Model 10 Buick repainted and
service rebuilt -
thought them dangerous, but paper publicity. The honest mem- ried at fifteen, is now at the age of
ing that ex-State Sentinel is for a square deal of the the mother of twentysix -
Senator .bers legislature have no complaint thirty-five, $300.00.San .
mo jr, of DeFuniak Springs, all around and believes that this is and no criticism of those is children. It is not necessary to
ed I the Legislature afresh. what the city council stands for.Pride I intended by the press. remark that she is not a member ofa

for State division ands f I But there are a lot of men at Tal- womb's club.

has taken on fifteen of our personal appearanceis lahassee under the guise of representing o

time for the State to commendable to a certain point, the state, whom it is well known The students who win the intercol- Juan

lumber and begin to in- but the gent who uses a curling Ironon did not go there for that purpose, legiate debates are given a brief Garage

ains. To play the fool his moustache passes that c. p. and every day they linger at the newspaper mention at advertising

play the fool, is o state capital the worse it is for the rates-if they get it in before the columns

Subscribe for the Sentinel people. I are crowded with base ball news. I

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

Wool Taffetas, Whipcords, and Suiting Serges, in Colorings goods, $1.00 and $1.25.SWISS .

to our customers, as they get goods that are of Gray, Fawn, Cadet, Brown, Navy and Blacks. Prices ALL OVER EMBROIDERYperfect
and seasonable and Satisfaction to ourselves, ,1
reliable ; ; '
range from $3.50 to $10.00 New designs and new effects, prices 60, 75 and $1.00 the
of absolutely FIRST CHOICE
in and selling only goods
yard. Also All over Laces, in prices from 50c to $2.50 the

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-
In handsome Embroidery Designs, with the Our collection will bear comparison with any line in the
perfect goods, or unseasonable cleanups) and sometimes, they very new
Pleated Skirt Effects. The shipment just to hand includes State; ,
embody all three in one article. We take pride in offering only new

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 I
Genuine Panamas ; ',11 to in '
right. 50c to $3.00 a garment. $3.+ $10.00 all shapes.
prices are Also a large line of Children's hats in Straws, Felts,

We have Just received a large shipment of NEW SWISS EMBROIDERED FLOUNCINGS Linens, GHria, etc. Prices range from 25c to $1.25.

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

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If its news and true, its in the Sen- Mrs. Bessie S. Kelsey left yesterday I TELEPHONE LINES UNDER THE METHODIST CHURCH

tiel. for her home in Southhampton, Mass. GROUNDThe

WADE ) Today is the day for opening bids

THE TUNER Mr. C. 0. McLaughlin, of Sanford, Mr. George Donnelly left yesterday | telephone company is engagedin for the sale of the Methodist Church

ORLANDO.FLA. is in Orlando today.Mr. for Holoyoke, Col., where he will rapidly placing wires on all the and it is the purpose of the officers to w

J spend the summer months.Mr. principal streets under ground accord- have the old church removed im-

C. C. Campen, of Chicago, is ing to the latest approved under- mediatly and the new building will AUTOMOBILES FOR RENTE.

among the late arrivals at the San and Mrs. T. J. Campbell and ground cable work. be started within the next three L. Murray
Mr. C. W. Entzminger, of business Long- Juan. daughter, Miss Claude, departed yes- The lines being laid at present are weeks. I Office Phone 409-Residence Phone 542
wood in Orlando on
was terday for Thomasville, Ga. north on Orange avenue to Living- The Methodist Church has been a
yesterday. Capt. J. W. Driscoll, oe of Arcadia's ston avenue, thence east on Living- power for good in the United States The Carl Dan real estate
leading citizens, is sojourning in Or- Mr. Wm. A. Berkholt, who has been ston to Magnolia, thence north to and the people of Orlando may well I agency
Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Watson, returned say they never stop for hot weather,
lando enjoying several weeks in Orlando, Broadway.The feel liberal toward this denominationthat
home Saturday evening from a delightful today. and will the lot campaign right
has gone to his home in Mt. Vernon, conduits on Orange avenue has naught but the welfare of carry '
trip to Cuba. into the heart of dog days.
Ohio. contain seven lines of wire and are so Orlando and the spreading of the
Miss Kate Lenoir who has spent During the past week they have
arranged as to practically preclude Christian religion at stake.
Prof, and Mrs. Hiram Powers and I the past winter in Florida, will leave sold lots in Colonial Park to the following -
Mr. J. G. Holloway, one of Long-,, the crossing of wires. The first cost The Methodist Church is both pro-
little daughter, of Winter Park, spent tomorrow for Chattanooga.Mr. 'I people: Mr. T. W. Mathews,
wood's prosperous citizens, was among of this underground work is large but gressive and aggressive. They blaze
in the city. I I three lots W. 0. Moore three lots
yesterday the business transactors in Orlando the cost of maintainance of the lines the way for the gospel in new terri- ; ;
I 1 i S. M. Kitchen, of Miami, arrived yesterday.Mr. I will be less and the service much I tory. The Methodist Church has Alfred Cox, one lot and J. R. Yearby
Editor Holly and Sheriff-to-be Charley in Orlando last night on business. He I one lot.
.I I more satisfactory. followed the pioneer to the frontier;
of Sanford, were in attendance the Juan. Colonial Park is suburbof
Hand San
is at a coming
I stopping Edward E. White, of Nunda, N. The lines on South Orange avenue : it has carried the bible to the mining
funeral.Mr. I i
at Sheriff Kirkwood's I Orlando.
Y., was among those returning North II and around Lake Lucerne and on i camp; it has followed the trail to the

I I Mr. W. H. Henderson, of Norfolk, yesterday after a most pleasant sea- Central avenue will all be put under- I Klondike. Where ever man has gone
N. H. Fogg, the real estate man 1 I I Va., traffic manager of the Seaboard son in Orlando.Mr. I I ground. the Methodist Church has followed. SEMINOLE COMMITTEE TO MEET

of Altaraonte, and successful farmer!1!I Air Line, is in Orlando today. i I Six miles will soon be in the bosomof That the world is better and happier
of that locality, was in Orlando yes-\I The nine committeemen of Seminole
i and Mrs. Horton Gage have:! mother earth. i because John Wesley lived and his
'I I
terday. Mrs. Wm. Briggs and daughters, closed their pretty home in Concord Manager Reynolds is giving the works live after him all will admit.I county will meet on Thursday of this

i[Misses Helen and Sallie, have closed Park and gone to Glenn Falls, where I work personal attention and will soon I I To the great Methodist Church of week at Sanford, for the purpose of

Mrs. C. P. no-;has been quite sick i]Trayonstein I Place, on South Lake they will remain until fall. have one of the best lines in the state.' America civilized and Christianized calling a primary election to place in

with whooping cough. Mrs. Dow:1: street and departed for their summer I : man owes much.REPRESENTATIVE. nomination candidates for county

waited too long to have this juvenile!j[:home in Frost, Ky. Mrs. James A. Brooks and daughter, NEW MOTOR BOAT ON IVANHOE officers for the new county.
disease.J. t ROBINSON
i i Miss Grace, who have made many
i Mr. W. D. Rogers went up to San- friends here during their sojourn, have Mr. George I. Russell, proprietorof HOME For Sheriff.The .

B. Finnegan and wife, who have ; ford yesterday to superintend unloading returned to Conyers, N. Y. Russell's Point is having a fifty Sentinel is requested to an
been spending the winter at various I from the Clyde boat, several Stu- I passenger motor boat built which will Hon. S. A. Robinson came home to applicant nounce that for A.Sheriff Y. Fuller when the will Orange be an

points in Orange county left yester-debaker cars, which he brought into be launched on lake Ivanhoe in a few spend Sunday with his family, and County Democratic Executive Com
Mr. S. musical director
day for their home in Kansas City. I Orlando last night for prospective pur- Stanley Pope, days.Russell's. '! take a brief respite from the legis- mittee meets to fill the vacancy.
of Rollins Orlando
College, was in lative duties. 5-3t1
chasers. Point being located so
the yesterday. School closes at the city makes convenient I| Mr. Robinson is one of those men -
Mr. C. E. McCrory, popular near a resort -
Rollins in three weeks and Prof. Pope
court stenographer, came over from I Mrs. Jesse Allen, who has spent the will then to Northern Canada fora for our city people and this new;i who is always on the job and studies For Sheriff.
go J am a candidate for Sheriff of Orange
bill that before the house -
hand when motor boat will be popular with boat- every comes
DeLand last night to be on winter months at their home 206 East
rest and will take some special 'j county, subject to the action of
circuit court commences this morning.I Church, will leave Orlando at 1:38 work in music from some of the pres- ing parties during the long summer I and when he votes, he votes intelli- the Democratic Executive Committee,

I this m. for their home at Burns, evenings. A ride around lake Ivan-. gently. which meets in Orlando, Saturday,
p. ent masters in We
I i There are those in both branches May 10th, 1913.
James K. Skelly and wife, are: Tenn. Mr. Allen will be detained by for a pleasant vacation for the pro- hoe would be invigorating pleasure. CHAS E. McDOWELL.
t lof the legislature, who, like the Pharisee -
among those who have closed their business about two weeks longer. fessor and know that he will come I
are known for their much talk-
winter homes and gone into sun/mer back invigorated for next year's work.i COMMITTEE TO MEET. I ing and they seem to think it their For Sheriff.I .
quarters among the great lakes oi J. M. Cheney has leased a''
Judge religious duty to talk all the time, hereby announce myself a candidate -
Northern Michigan. suite of rooms in the S. Y. Way building There will b ea meeting of the Or. for the office of Sheriff of Orange
Mrs. W. E. Johnson, who has spent
n_ d .. wether they say anything or not, and county, Florida, subject to the actionof
and will open up a law office The the winter months with her friends, ange County Democratic Executiveat they consume much time that could the Democratic Executive meeting

Judge J. W. Perkins, of DeLand, ar- Judge is a brilliant lawyer and it is Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Allen, 206, East the court house in Orlando, Fla., or be used to better purpose. Saturday, May 10th, 1913.J. .

rived in Orlando last night to presideat fortunate for Orlando that he decidesto Church street, will leave Orlando next Saturday, May 10th, 1913, at K(0 Mr. Robinson does not pose as "a F. HARRIS.For .

the spring term of the circuit court, remain here and practice his pro Friday to join her husband, W. E. o'clock a. m., for the purpose of rec. spell binder" nor does he waste any;

for the Seventh Judicial Circuit, which fession.Dr. Johnson, who is general sales managerfor ommending to the Governor, a sue. time trafficing in politics. He digs Sheriff.
convenes here this morning. cessor to fill the place made vacan t The undersigned will submit his
Florida for the U. S. Rubber Co., for the facts on every measure and name for Sheriff of Orange county
J. W. Stagg and Dr. J. F. Mc- of New York. Her friends will by the death of Jas. A. Kirkwood:, if the people of Orange County will to the Democratic Executive Committee

Peaches, rather small ones, are be- Kinnon went.to. Sanford Sunday even- regret that she leaves, as they Sheriff of Orange County, and trans- examine the record they will find that at their meeting, Saturday, May

ing brought to Orlando almost daily, ing and ordained the new pastor in will miss her affable face and acting any other business which ma y; no man in the law making body votes 10th. W. T. CHAPMAN.

by Mr. J. W. Matchett, of Pine Castle. theFirst Presbyteian Church. Dr. W. pleasant smiles. She will stop at the come before it. more intelligently or more correctlythat

They have all been purchased by Nail F. Blackman of Rollins College, took Hotel Royal Palms till MidSummerand SETH WOODRUFF, I Mr. Robinson and this is what

Forage, who retails them at'his several Dr. Staggs evening service at the then will go to Newark, Ohio, to Chairman. counts. Paul A. Horn

I fruit and confectionary stores for First Presbyterian Church of this visit her parents, Mr. and Mrs. F. C. JOSIAH FERRIS, Secretary. I

ten and fifteen cents a dozen. city. Hawboy. Orlando, Fla., May 3rd, 1913. WANTED-Position in Drug Store I

by an experienced young man as CONTRACTOR and BUILDER
--- := soda dispenser of front store man..

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BOYD'S SERMONRev. same as that when you have hit your m.

elbow against something), then you H;
go to work. This relieves the patientof ,
Dr. Preston Boyd spoke Sun pain without putting him to sleep.: Y Have Vacate this MonthAm
the theme "The Great
day morning on ,
You are at all times able to talk and
Need of the Hour."
are aware of all that is going on W.s .
He said in "The natur-
part: text
around you but without any pain.
ally divides itself into three parts. Quite a number of patients were
First, Grace for salvation or deliver- Offering Men and Boys' Pants
treated; one patient had two teeth extracted ,
ance from sin. Second, Grace for holy while under the influence of
Hats Caps Etc. at Half Price
living and Third.Grace for service.A the anaesthetic, and suffered no sensa- ,

larger number of people than we tion of pain although she was fully
think UK first blessing.
are enjoying of the second aware of what was going on around Any three ties in the house for $1.00
Many possession
her. Other patients had cavities drili-
blessing, but comparatively few are ed out and fittings laid and experi-
fully enjoying the trird and last bless- A Vacation Hint till
enced no pain. Lord & Taylor's Silk Half Hose
ing and this is, I think, the reason
There has been no bad effects suchas
all of the Churches not full Before buy a railroad ticket
why are you
is experienced with ether, chloroform 3 pairs for $1,00
of those who desire the truth. We for this or that summer resort,
or opiates. Within two minutu
need not expect any special demonstration come in and look at our MidSummer
after the inhaler has been taken from
of the Holy Spirit uptil as a Woolen line and let us make
your nose you are ready to go about
Church and individuals we fully sur- a cool Summer Outing Suit for
your work again but not so with
render ourselves to Him in service. you .
ether, for it takes four or five daysto
Many are anxious to grow in graceto completely recover from its effects. We make a specialty of Nor- HICLARK l ROBERTSON[ T
folks and will be
do some great thing, but we must Those present at Dr. Boardman'soffice pleased to I
first have grace to deliver us from our show you a few of our latest
were greatly impressed with the
unrighteousness, and to help us to live results obtained.If I models.Men's :*:**.. J.lv
holy and godly lives before >
we can
you remember Dr. Boardman
hope to be of special service to God Fashion Shop v
went to Atlanta in March where he
and humanity. Many would be emi- r: 'ttttMMilllllllllHIMIHtHltlMMIM' M
was instructed in how to administerthis Hand Building '
nently useful if they would come bold-
new anaesthetic, and he says "if Cor. Church I IJ
ly to the throne of to be and Orange Orlando ,
grace so as ( "i
you think you would be in doubt as

ready for to come God's boldly work.to the We throne are exhorted of- to whether you would want to takeit J//// 1111 II I 1111 I! I Sil' //J, 111)1) I NI I THE MARKETOf

or'not, just ask any of his patientsto
grace, that we may have an abund-
whom he has administered it and
ant'supply of grace and spiritual see if they would not be willing to takeit - ------ -- ----- --- --- Cleanliness Of Quality
power. Beloved, is it not a time of
again. They all say it is the finest CLASSIFIED .
need? Here is the premise, "I will thing they ever saw of its kind. Business Boosters (classified adver-
pour water on him that is thirsty." tisements) received after 10 o'clock FRESH AND SALT MEATS
"Are we thirsting after power? For midnight, will be run in the "Too Lateto
the opportunity of service? I was SHOES ? Boosters Classify"of five lines, or less-approximately THE ONE CIGAR THAT FISH AND GAME
reading in the Christian Herald of 30 words-one time, 25
last week of a young man who came A Boston man once remarked that cents; three times 60 cants; one week Kept under the best sanitary conditions.

to his pastor, saying what work canI you could always tell the difference (six daily and one weekly editions) EVERYBODY LIKES

do for Christ and the Church? On ''between a New Yorker and one of his $1.00; one month, $3.00. Everything screened away from the flies, and Kept fresh

being asked as to how he spent his own townsmen by the way they blacked FOR HIRE-Nice seven passenger and
time, it appeared that he worked their boots. The New Yorker touring car. Large and roomy. pure.

from early morning till late at night blacked them all around, while the 4-20 tf J. B. MAGRUDER.BUY .
flAWLEVSSTRAIGHTS We invite inspection and guarantee satisfaction. We have
and had Boston man never touched the heels,
so no opportunity to give
a lot in Thornton Park, a nice
special time to Church work, and besides seemingly thinking that no one ever suburb in east part of the city. Carl everything in the Meat Line.

he was not adapted for aggres- looked at him from behind. Jensen.

sive'Christian work. The said Whether or not the foregoing
pastor ,
OAK HILL is the beautiful subdivision
"My dear boy, I don't think God criticism was just to Beantown, it to the Northeast of the eity and
would have you add Christian workto :fairly hits the idea of most people I[ still have some choice lots there. ; Get the best cigar at five

your daily burden." The young about their back yards. When the Carl Jensen. ; cents, the next time you

man looked somewhat surprised at rage for elaborate and angular houses WANTED position as manager, I want to smoke-judge for H. M. Self & Co.

his pastor, an dsaid, "Well, I guess was at its height a few years ago, caretaker and collector for non- yourself.

that's so." and arose to go. "But waita says an exchange, someone remarkedthat resident property owners. By man of
moment," said the pastor. "Are the popular house fronts were of experience who can give it close at- 18.20 PINE STREET
tention. Address. Collector SentineL
there others working in the same shop the Queen Ann style, while the rear 4- Made in Orlando and sold
with ?" "Yes" with its garbage pails and ash heapswas ;
you came the reply. by all ,dealers. Phone No. 80illlllllllllHIHIHIHIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII
FOR SALE-New house
seven-roon ,
'Well, do you do your work as goodor Mary Ann.
with all modern improvements.
better than any of them?" "I Most people who live in individual $3,000. Will take automobile in part

think I do my work as well as the houses keep their front yards in pret- pay. Address Owner, care Sentinel. HtMMIHMMMMMItMl'

rest. Do they know that you are a : ty good condition nowadays, just as
---- - --
Christian?" "I suppose so." "Do I most people wash their faces and hair. WANTED manufacturing business business partner with in well a tlllllllllHMtllHIMIMMIIHIimiMHinillllllllI -

they konw that you are very anxiousto But their feeling about the back yardis established trade. Need more capital I

do Christian service?" "No, I am like the Boston man and his boots.In and will take partner or will make a

not so sure they do." "Well" said the a country village or settled sub- with $15,000 to $20- WELCOME TO
capita New
000 Plant to date and in QuartersWe i
pastor, "here is a splendid work for urban district, the back yard is almostas excellent condition.up Address Manu-

you, Start in tomorrow." conspicuous as the front. No mat- facturer, in care of Sentinel. tf ROYAL PALM

ter how many geraniums and hydrangea -

DR. BOARDMAN DEMONSTRATESNEW you put next the sidewalk, if FOR RENT-Furnished, my cottage BARBER SHOP
on Lucerne Circle. Jas. A. Knox.
ANAESTHETIC CLYN- you have ash barrels, garbage pails, are now located in the new Hyer
ICS HELD AT HIS DENTAL unsightly chicken coops at the rear, FOR-The Methodist church to 'the Modern and Complete.
:r. PARLORS. the whole place wears an air of frayed highest bidder. Sealed bids ac- & Davis Church
decadence. SALE cepted to May 6th, 12 o'clock Everything new, individual building on street.
Dr. Boardman, at his dental parlorson Years ago, when high tight fences 4-29 6tESTRAYI noon. electric attachments at every We are better prepared to fill all your
chair. No atone has been left
the rule, king
Orange avenue, demonstrated a a man was over
have taken up as an unturned to make this shop
new anaesthetic for dentists. The his own domains. If he preferred to estray one Dunn Cow with few wants in theHARDWARE
th of the
anaesthetic is Nitrous Oxide mixed be a sloven, no one was offended except white spots. Crop upper and under erequirements
with a small quantity of Oxygen. The such neighbors as looked out of bit, in one ear; crop bolt in the otherear. most particular. Plenty of
Brand single "0" J. G. Lee, room. Courteous attendants.
the second story windows.The LINE
mixture is
from a rubber nasal Pine Castle, Fla. tf
cup worn by the patient. The cap modern American town is tak- ELIJAH WHITEHEAD,

is connected by a rubber tube to the ing down its fences and turning itself FOR RENT-Four room cottage fur- Proprietor.

machine which automatically mixes into a park. One tousled back nished, Concord Park, one block Orange Ave., Orlando, Fla. THE
the Nitrous Oxide with the Oxygen.The yard thrown its blot frowsiness from Orange Ave. $10.00 per month.
Inquire Wm. Coryell, Concord Ave.
mixture can be regulated to meet over a whole neighborhood, discouraging Apr.27 May4-ll
the patient's peculiarities. Then when neatness and impairing real estate HELMS HARDWARE

all is adjusted you are told to breathe values. WANTED nurse for a child two
years old, elderly woman preferred.Call .
naturally until you feel a slight ting at No. 11, Broadway. 5.14t COMPANYMllllllilitttmiilllMMMIIiMI'
ling in the tips of your fingers (the Subscribe for the Sentinel

I I FOR SALE-At a bargain, horse,
-- you any
buggy and harness. Good family
horse. Call on Geo. Hull, Pine Castle
Road, Orlando, Fla. 513t.
mentioned in MMMMIMilHIIIMIMMIIMHMIt'Keep '
land % mile from railroad station,
in Whiteside county, Illinois. Price Cool
encumbered for Want
good orange and grapefruit grove,
good buildings in Central or South
Florida, or stock merchandise. Have
other properties will exchange and ofFirst
will assume. Address, Box 427,
4-30 d & w Iw Memphis, Mo.

SpringClothing REO AUTO BARGAIN Aid Fireless CookersAND

1911 Touring Car. Fine running
condition, complete with all extras. here is the place to get

$500 takes it before we leave Monday them. Call or 'phone.

night. Geo. E. Bates & Son, Alta ELECTRIC FANSTO

monte Springs, Fla.

Ever shown. This stock includes It DeLaney Drug Co.

REGAL SHOES, $3.50, $1.00, Orange Avenue, KEEP COOL WITH


It will be a pleasure to show FRANK Manufacturer of HYERS Artificial [ELECTRIC[ IRONS AND TOASTERS[
the difference
you between our Stone, Fancy Columns and GOOD>> WORK MULES

goods and others you may see. Ornamental Work

We are behind every piece of Livingston and RailroadA FOR COMFORT

merchandise we sell and same For Sale by
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must See give our you stock satisfaction.of STRAW party of St. Petersburg people H. G. HarperSouth iP1tEELECtRIC

HATS, SHIRTS, UNDERWEARETC. and landing their visitors an eight-foot enjoyed shark the Tues-sportof Hughy St. Phone 534 TnB. [ f [l[ T I L C01", Inca

., day night. The fish weighed considerably -

---- -- --- over a tOll HAND BUILDING
: Hauling of all kinds, and plow-

The Florida Growers' and Shippers'I' ing carefully looked after. I l illllMMItllHIII +H+4
League completed its orzni2Dbpn totC3A
%rown & LartidueORANGE < <
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ORANGE, WK dent t>ib't organization. : ,,
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These Queer People Are the SameAll Before YouBuy

Over the World.

Capital and Surplus and Undivided Profits $120,000.00.

.A RACE WITHOUT A NATION. total Resources over Three-quarters 01 a Million.

Statement of the Orludo Bank ui
Originally From India, Now Outcasts

In Every Land In Which They Live, ? Trust Co. it Cole of Builnm
They Are Natural Rogues, Without
April IWh, mS-The .
Laws, Literature or Religion. : if Consider Quality Style
AulTerurj of ,
The gypsies are the most unchangingrace Y
In the world. Wherever they are Iii Existence

found-and they are found everywhere, ; Price and then choose;
from Persia to Mexico from central < ,

Africa to Siberia-they are the same, e i
a rate of outcasts, despised by the people RESOURCES

: horn they, dwell,
among yet keep
In? their OWL Ideal unchanged, true to ,a_ -- 4 Loans and DJeountl.$388,19T..

their barbaric law. jealous of strangers : _.I21;:* Overdraft .............. 922JIReal Allen
& Co.
clever etwujju to make a living 1. Estate, Furniture
from the weaknesses and foolishnessesof ; and fixtures .......... 15,853.44

the people who despise them. Climate i F Stocks and Bonds ........ 26,01843
seems to make no difference to Cash on hand and In Banks 36,267.61


all environments they remain unchanged a Total ...............$789,260.06
the tame sharp faces, the

same black, keen, Inscrutable eyes; the | LIABILITIES Orlando c' FloridaLet
same bronzed skin; change in food or i { f 1 ,

conditions of living make no mark on Capital Stock ...........100,000.00
them, and they only take on the customs I I ':5 ; i Surplus and Undivided

or beliefs or costumes of other et- r Profits ................ 24\144J8
in order the better to cheat and
races fleece them-a race without nationality Deposits ................ .,111.11

without laws without a literature, Us Regulate Your Watch
without a religion for It is said that. i Total ...............$789.200.08
In their tongue there Is no word for V

God, none for the soul, none for Im- EVERYTHING GUARANTEED
_. _ _
mortality. '- Deposits April 4MS.592J7M* I
Where did they come from? From '
Bohemia say the French but they are Deposits April 16,1913... 66&M1U .

not really Bohemians nor more numerous I UiM SUUf GtrvuMBt, State and County DepodUry Inereut In 12 days ......$.72, IM8
there than elsewhere; from J

Egypt they sometimes say themselves,
*.- -0 .0
to get a better price for their sooth This Wall Board
saying. But there Is nothing genuinely .
Egyptian about them. In reality -

they came from India. Their strange ItilllllimilllMlliW. Saves Building Money!
language shows that Jealously guarded
from the knowledge of strangers It o

has yet been learned little by little,

and comparison shows it Is full of Hindu 100% Better and 50% Cheaper
words words that you may hear M. SLEMONS

even now all over India. Than PlasteringBeautiful
Surprising perhaps at first blush .
that there should be millions of low
caste or outcast Hindus scattered all and Durable ,

over Europe and even wandering : You cut plastering cost in half by
through the byways of America, but I, using Bishopric Wall Board for walls I =
only strange because we do not think : We are confident that the clothes we sell made by Schloss and ceilings in your new house, and

about It. In reality Europe Is full of : get better results. "Bishopric" looks

Asiatic peoples. For long centuries : Bros. are superior iiquality and style to any that you I I better building., lasts logger and saves time in ,

they came pouring in. especially .
through the gate between the Ural : can buy. : $5,000 Anti-Warp Bond -
mountains and the Caspian sea. The "Bishopric"is the only wall board stiffened
with lath. Kiln-dried lath are imbedded in :. _
bitter proverb, "Scratch the :
toughened Asphalt-Mastic and surfaced with ; ;
and you find the Tartar," may remindus MEN WHO WEAR CLOTHES BOUGHT FROM US heavy fibre.board.. Is moisture-proof rat- '
proof,sound proof and fire-resisting. Will not
that the great Tartar Invasion under : warp,shrink, buckle or pull loose in any climate
the grandsons of Gnengis Khan ARE WELL DRESSED. winter or summer. Our 5,000 Anti- __
Warp Bond protects customer %
conquered all eastern Europe and set : every i

tied the Tartar tribesmen all 'down the Saves a Month's Time

vast Volga valley across the steppes : Our prices are very reasonable. Do not think of buying Comes in sheets ready for use. Goes on --k
and along the shore of the Black sea. dry. Just nail it to bare studding and it is
The Huns and the Turks are also Asi- elsewhere until you have tried on one of Schloss Bros suits. ready Edges at meet once evtnly for any-no kind paneling of decoration.needed. "Bishopric" Beats PlasterInvestigate
bares: a month's time in building.
atics, as are older peoples, like the
Sheets are 4 feet square 16 sheets to the
Finns. So all eastern Europe is soak crate. Prices low. Anyone who can drive Now I
ed with Asiatic blood and it so many : WE ALSO SELL LORD BALTIMORE CLOTHING FOR BOYS. noW can apply it. Look into this
peoples came from northern Asia why I Gives UsersLasting moneysaving +>r"'"""
should it be: Incredible that one race I : Satisfaction building material. -
should come from southern Asia? AnyofthedeaIers -
"It la with grrtt pleasure that I write you In renamed below will
It seems probable that the gypsies : gard to your Bu-hopric have Board, nl-o roofing
which two of my lirotbvn nw drifted into Europe in the wake oBati I : mat results,end find it t'b1 D test wonderful, non-warping,
W. M. SLEMONS that money ran buy. a'j'itrt I a SLo",How,
Khan's invasion when he came : number of their friends. in lour goods,and are more fire-resisting Wall Board. "Bilhopric"Made
than pleased with r-!olts.' Learn how you can save time
down on Russia with bis vast locust !
: MRS ASSA 1lllIU.IOCj E. Second St,lime O. and money by using it. See"ourdea1er today
swarms of Tartar horsemen 500.0UO) in I
number. The gypsies came from central I fl
'tlllllllllllllllllll'llltltCOlalllllll IIO = OleIICI ; ; +t For Sale by
Asia whither they had been driven -
from India by the Implacable and I
destructive invasion of Mahmud of I'Ghazuf. '

about DUO years ago. It was Orlando Novelty Works

about cust swarm 1235 that began Bati to Khan devastate and bis 10.1'' 'p" U"'W iT"'T LATEST ,

rope. Anda century later roving bands The Mastic Wall Board and Roofing! Mfg. Co., Cincinnati, Ohio
of gypsies were scattered through east f (102)THE
era EuropeWallachia.. Moldavia Bulgaria IN
By 1417 a horde of gypsies made

their appearance in northwestern hers THE LINE OF UP TO DATE DRY GOODS, CLOTHING, r
many, claiming to be Christian pilgrims -
from "Little Egypt," but their HATS AND SHOES, ALSO LADIES READY TO WEAR

Christianity was about as genuine as 4_
their Egyptian origin. Their thievish DRESSES OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS COME TO R SALO. I f > a-Lns, 'raraF f taG p r raf r

vagabond character was already manifest MON. SATISFACTION GUARANTEED OR MONEY I
then and they were driven from EVERYTHINGIN
northern Germany to begin their per- REFUNDED. TU[ OAKlAND
petual wanderings through every European -
country and in due time to .
cross over to America in the wake of

the white races B. Salomon Orlando CAR j FEEDFOR
But the great. bulk of them still remain -I ,
in the Danube '
valley where ; THAT EVERYBODYIS i
they first appeared some six centuries -
( 'tt.
ag?. In Roumania there are betweena I .
quarter and a half a million of them. I TALKING '

In Transylvania there are a hundred DID YOU BUY ? [ STOCK
thousand more, while Servia and Bulgaria I II ABOUTASK 11IY
and Macedonia have from thirtyto UNDERTAKER ARMSTRONGThe
a hundred thousand each. The condition overheard a prominent hardwart I FOR DEMONSTRATIONSEE
of the gypsies in the valley of i dealer say this morning to a promi-- I ARTISTIC PICTURE FRAMER of LAUBACHThe
the Danube i is in some rest>ects pei; nent citizen of Orlando, I could un I
collar, with considerable differences in j bought land at $2.50 and $5.00 but Pii1G STIIZEGTThEW Orlando.r ; j ji I Ii
the different countries. In Servia the did not do it .. Grain Man.
( At the time he referred to I Mid l
leveling of Turkish rule exerted i 1 = i
power : Orlando several hundred MAGRUDER j 1
for an man I II Church Street Phone 18
century after century, bad the etaI,' acres of land in Orange county for ?1 ,
feet of bringing the gypsies doxer toI $1.00 per acre, the same land i U now _
the: condition of the mass of the peas sold in 10 and twenty acre tracts foi
antry. In Servia. therefore though $30.00 per acre, and is cheap at this 1111110+<111 IIIIOIII+H
rrJiiI>! r!'i'iJflJlfIJV\I'II'II\J! ! rfi fI
they are still an inferior caste and are Sale at all Cigar Stores ,
i priee.What
not allowed to exercise the rights and were the Orlando people buying
powers of <-iti7en>.liip. the gypsies are I at that time? Gold raining stock. Orlando's Newest Cigar Made in Orlando. i
could : Autos For Rent at Oscar
perhaps tacos widely separated from If you had bought land, you ; Hand I
figure your profit. You knew sometime Havana and Florida WrappersTry
the than in other conn
any minis I
i profit on the
try In :uror"' In Roum.iiiia the gypsies i stock ago without your having to figure on it i One and Be Convinced Any Hour &Son al

; were terribly oppressed They If you have not yet boight some i I
were t'.ijitnivil! and held a* slaves and i Orlando or Orange county property.. HERMAN H. FINDER MTg'r Successors to E. Hand i
were tre.itnl with savage brutality there is still opportunities: for large
They Hvisj in utter squalor and wretch profits, and I can show you. Seven Passenger
that will 212 South Orange FULL LINE OF COMPLETE -
edn.'ss ami mist'''. nakedness and I can sell you something I
but gold
filth tower han many of the lowestsa II make you money your I 21
stock will not buy it. .
: t:*. ih| fiily. however. King
Call and see me. I which is the John W. Browning, of Sarasc I
I of Delray one
Ch: ri: s t.unw..r..ly removed the last Residents
CARL JANSEN. 5 Ride in Goad Car.1
ve' :K of riji re| mirh from his Office over Dickson & Ives, Orange center of;the largest pineapple region ta's oldest citizens, died a few day a i COME IN AND SEE US

cot f"aim the Roumanian gypsies Avenue, Orlando, Fla. on the East Coast are busy now pre- I ago after an illness. The immediat e ir I
8"e r' w cutnpMely! emaudpatt1LII The banks and'the business men of I paring for the season's picking, some cause of his death is given. as acutBlight's f_ til j-.l ""JI""I1o'IIIIi"; L L' /
,rvrXthoa Orlando know me, if you do not, asi
having made their first shipments last disease.

c.t'st i man who |* hasty in his them. Monday. The growers say that the -- : 1 'Phone 34C "}lake good" with good printing;

w -d.! .*' rtt*rt. k more hope of a tool I prospects are only for an average t' Any change in the, summer borde you can get it at the Sentinel Facilities -
then of bin I'roverbs. I tariff? ; for the desired article unequaledin

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The handling of the Citrus fruit of I
Louis Massey, PresidentT.
Florida is such an immense affair, I

Pktoa Wtrlow, Vk J>m.Howud 8. W.tm How* C'.uIaJIr and the importance of a correct dealI I How much would
C. Babcock, Au't Cuhier Samuel A.Newel Au't culls ing with the marketing of the crop in money
an intelligent manner, can not be over
estimated. It is the big money crop

THESTATE of the the wheat state.crop It means of to the Florida northwest what you like to spend for !

means to that country, and too great
care can not be exercised in the prem- ,
BANK ises lest we get tied up with a law ,
that will mean great loss to the grower. 4GI

That acid test may prove a thorn in : $$1tll
$ ll,44
the flesh and too much scope should I I
of OrlandoTHE not be allowed the state chemist in
the matter. The past winter has Class Class

r been so mild and fruit has developedso No. 2 Nos 2and
rapidly that much of it is half 2A
OLDFST BANK IN THE CITYAND grown already and the chances are
that early maturing will be the rule
this fall. II
The writer has seen both oranges
and grapefruit within the last two I
The Bank which transacts more business than $$165O
days fully half developed, and very t1PL=
any Bank between Jacksonville and Tampa much a third of the way along. S $$33OO I

The question of handling the crop is I Class _
a perplexing one. But when the old]I No. 50 Class
The large patronage of this Bank has been built up cracker who has been here since the No. tOO

during twenty years by conducting its business on sound Florida orange has been a thing of\(
commercial value and the large grower -j
banking principles with careful attention to the legitimate '
who has so much at stake that he'
wants of customers. The confidence of the publicis can not afford to do anything foolish'

amount of take a stand they are pretty safe J?
reuected in the large deposits. s28.05Class 5
guides in this matter and considerable:
deposits First Quarter of 1913, $900,000. 1 I ..
Average j heed should be paid to the view they $56,18

'[take of the matter. :( ____________________ {t
I The Sentinel has no interest in the I Ii No.5 .: Nos. 5and
FOUR PER CENT PAID ON SAVINGS ACCOUNTSOur i matter beyond the welfare of the 5A
grower, for he is the man who is
making the state and is a part of it.TAMPA ,,

correspondent banks are located in every part of II
i the world and include some of the largest Banks in the I ---- : Join any of our Saving Clubs and you can have either oi -the
: .
|! W. R. Fuller! To Handle Material For
United States.MISSIONARY. I I Orlando Sewerage Contract. : above amounts to spend

i I Orlando has just awarded the con- : -.
) tract for its sewerage system to cost 1
I! $136,000, to a :Memphis firm and W. Call and'get: a Circular or let us explain the plan to you
R. Fuller, of this city, representing
An unusually interesting and en- his large concerns, will\ furnish the
joyable meeting of St. Luke's Cathe- The many friends of Miss Evelyn'I'material for the entire contract. The Peoples National Bank"It

dral branch of the Woman's Auxiliary'was Spencer were grieved yesterday to Five hundred carloads of material

held in the Chapter House yes- learn that she was suffering from an will be required. There will be 300 is a pleasure to serve you."
attack of acute apendicitis, and her I'
afternoon. The Woman's Aux-
terday cars of sewer pipe, from the Bibb Pipei
iliary is a missionary society of the condition so serious that an operationwas i I Company, fifty of cement, from the .. "IIIIIIII'IIIIII. t t""I'JI.II IC"I'fl.t. IIICIIIOI150.' ft...
Episcopal church, and once every necessary. This was successful I Atlas concern, 100 of rock and fifty of 4I 1IIIIIIIIIIIIIIICIIIIIIIIIOIIIOIIIIIIII.IIIIII.tllll1IIIII' I"IIIIII"IIt+t++t
three at the time of the General and last evening Miss Evelyn was re- -
years I sand. The material is to be rushed ------
Convention, a special service is held, ported to be resting comfortably. ':out at once and Orlando will have its : 'IIIIIIIOI"I'llt'OtIO'IIIII"IIIIID tQ 'tlttti -$44$4" .
when women for special missionarywork sewerage system in the shortest possible i -
Mrs. Rand, of Longwood, and Mrs.J. .
in addition to their regular of- time.-Tampa Tribune.
ferings is presented.This G. Litch and daughter, of Winter
"Triennial United Offering" is Park, were among the out-of-town
for the support of women workers in guests at the tea at the Chapter House

the mission field, and for their work. yesterday afternoon. !,
The members of the Auxiliary have I
their "United Offering" boxes, in DEATH OF MR. J. WILLIS Chicago, May 3.-Citrus fruits con-
which they save money for this pur- f tinued to be held at high prices this
pose; then, twice a year the contentsare The death of Mr. Julian B. Willis,I week, and the movement was only I I
collected and the amount turned!I in Plant City, Sunday night, was a moderate. While oranges were in I S S
over to the custodian of this fund, who|: distinctive shock to the people of Or light supply, the trade did not take I
places it at interest for the remainderof : lando. Mr. Willis has been identified I them very readily and the high values I The Biggest Everin Extra Values in
the three years' time, the entire I with the insurance business of the prevailing. California navels brought
sum being sent by a delegate to the firm of C. S. McEwen for quite awhile $4 to $4.50 in carlots, while Florida
Triennial meeting.Mrs. j and, by his agreeable manner, Valencias were quoted at $3.75 to I Shoes White andColored
A. Haden is the custodian for I has formed a large circle of friends $4.50. While the supply of grapefruit
the Auxiliary in Southern Florida and I in this city. was somewhat heavier, prices were',
Having a good run on
the semi-annual collection made at the The deceased was from an old Geor-:I held on a fairly firm basis. Small I Piques
meeting yesterday (in which some gia family, well established at Haw- size fruit was very scarce and could small shoes for the past weekat
members from Winter Park and Long- kinsville, Ga. not be had in straight cars. Carlotsof
I 2.25 have decided that Narrow and Welts
wood shared), amounted to $60. 1 I The Willises lived on West street different sizes were generally ,
Over fifty ladies gathered for this I and the wife and only child, a boy of I quotable at $4 per box, including 36s in order to make them go still regular 25 and 30 cent sellers.
meeting, joining heartily in the mis- eleven years old, have the sympathy I. up to 80s.Lemons. I'|
sionary hymn and service, and listen-i; of the people of Orlando in their hour were firm and higher!I: faster, to cut the price to, say Very special at

ing with deep interest to excellent of bereavement. prices were asked. Carlots were :
addresses by Dean Sherrod and :Mrs.I The remains will be interred at quoted at around $5.50. : 19c.

Street, an Auxiliary worker from Chi-I' Hawkinsville, Ga., and it is understoodthat $1.98How
cago. they will be taken there direct SEMINOLE COUNTY NOT IN IT

Later, a social hour was much enjoyed -I from Plant City. does that sound Narrow and wide welts. in

while some of the young girlsof lIon. Seth Woodruff received the white and
the parrish, attractively dressed in COMMUNICATEDThe following telegram regarding the : Small Shoes For Small Feet colored 35c to 40c

Japanese costumes, served tea and rights of the members of the Executive : values, for say
Japanese wafers. Sentinel is in receipt of the Committee from Seminole : The window has been filled
This is the for the Triennial following from an Orlando boy:
year county with reference to voting for :
Offering, which will be presented in Orlando, Fla., 5-5-13 sheriff. with new styles and new sizes, 29c.

New Yory City next October and sev- Editor of the Sentinel: Tallahassee, Fla., May 4, 1913. LOOK IN
eral ladies from here hope to attend I enclose a piece herewith, which Hon. Seth Woodruff, Orlando, Fla.
that service. I is original from me; my own work: Seminole County members of committee -

This offering began in an impromptu -I Little Girl: "I'd hate to be called I should not participate in recommendation Just received a new line of Chiffon
way at the auxiliary meetingin : Batty Bates, wouldn't you? I believe for sheriff. :
1886, when $89 were given by the i if I was called Batty Bates I'd jes'I PARK TRAMMELL, I :
delegates then present, this sum being I I I crawl off in Seminole County and Governor. and Net Ruffling in Ecru and White
sent to aid Bishop Weed in buildinga hide." p

church at Key West for colored peo- Truly, I I AT TIlE FAVORITE TODAY : Prices 15c. to 50c.
ple. Three years later this offering i DONALD C. HELMS.i .
was $2,000, half of this aided mission i I' A Great Program Including a two :
work in Alaska, thus embracing two. THURSDAY, NOT TUESDAY FOR I Reel Feature 11,1,1111.1111111111111111110111111..1.1.1..1..1..111..1.***

extremes of our continent, while the CIVIC LEAGUE MEETING The Redemption of White Hawk. .. :

last offering, in Cincinnati, October I .. .. .. . ... .. ..101 BisonA I :
1910, was nearly $243,362. By an error of the reporterit I Western Drama, Reproducing I :
was stated that the Civic the Adoption of the Orphan by ; YOWELL'STHE
MEETING OF TilE EXECUTIVE League called meeting i is on Tuesday.The .I Uncle Sam. I i

BOARD correct time is Thursday at half I'The Torturing of Lieut. Lawrence by j f :
past three, sharp, at the lecture room '! the Savages-The 101 Bison pictures -: :
A meeting of the Executive Boardel i of the Methodist Church. This is a i!, have no equal. They are true i ,
the Civic League will be held at t: most important meeting and a full attendance -, to Print, closing with a very laugh-: BIG WHITE
the feetra room of the Methodist t; is desired by the president.I. able 'sketch, I I ,

Cfcutk Tuesday morning at ten l The meeting of the executive boardis I A Dry Town ... ... ......;Eclair;; :
o'clock. By order of the President. set for tomorrow at ten in the same j' Open2to5and7to1Op.m._ : ,
Press Reporter. room. Press Reporter. Five cents, to all '

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