The daily sentinel
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00087112/00126
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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: April 25, 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).
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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 by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002075051
oclc - 34297092
notis - AKR3406
lccn - sn 96027192
System ID: UF00087112:00126
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Related Items: South Florida sentinel
Succeeded by: Morning sentinel

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Direct Service, Postal Telegraph until 2 a. m. PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING EXCEPT MONDAY. Orlando- '









Washington, D. C., April 23.-Sen- Canal question is the principal Jacksonville, April 24.-Ground was I Tallahassaa, April 24.-Following Jacksonville, April 24.-This morn-
ator Fletcher of Florida has made a subject of discussion by many distinguished broken this morning by the W. T.t passage of bills allowing the Internal ing the State Chamber of Commerce

splendid start in .his work as chair- speakers at the Seventh Hadlow Company, contractors, for the t Improvement Board to, secure : sent telegrams to twenty-two Boards
.man of the joint committee on print- Annual Meeing of the American So- main building of the Florida Military I loans necessary for continueing projects of Trade throughout the State, asking
ing of Congress by demanding that ciety of.International Law, which con- Academy, which is being brought to I now under way in the Everglades that they name delegates who are to
the Government Printing Office end a venes here tonight The general sub- Jacksonville through the efforts of the]I|the board will ask the Legislature for I proceed at once to Tallahassee to

practice which has grown up with cer- ject, "The International Use of Jacksonville Board of Trade, and I i the privilege, of borrowing $5,000,000, work for the passage of the good
tain book dealers of Washington Straits and Canals with especial ref- '' which will open for its next scholastic -I or such amount as may be found necessary roads bill now pending before the
whereby these dealers have been piling erence to the Panama Canal," is the 'I' year in September. I i to complete the reclamation State Legislature. These 'two bills th

up profits as high as 500 per cent one before the Society at this meet- The main building, which is located I I work on the lands actually embraced are House Bills Nos. 20 and 21. One P.
while the government has borne near- ing. on Edgewood avenue, in Murray Hill in the Everglades drainage area. of these measures provides for a State
ly,all of the expenses incurred in the Senator Elihu, Root, President of Heights, will have a frontage of one I I The expense of the bond issue will Highway Commissioner, and the other -
sale of its oftcial publications. Certain the Society, who will open the meet- hundred and eight feet and a depthof fall entirely on the lands in the drainage provides for a uniform license on
publishing companies and book ing, will devote his address principally forty feet with a center wing in I II I'I area, lands within two miles of automobiles.The of
dealers have been conducting an extensive to an appreciation of Dr. Francis the rear. It is designed so that wings I I I I the canals being taxed fifteen cents Governors of the local Boardof
business the sale of govern- Leiber, whose "Instructions for the or "L's" can be extended from each annually, those between two and four Trade met last evening and named :

ment publications, particularly those government of the armies of the end, as the needs of the institution' 1!I miles, ten cents annually, and other five good roads measures at the State I !!
of interest to lawyers, in the follow- United States in the field" have laid may require. j i(lands within the strict area, five cents Capital. These men are F. 0. Miller,
ing manner: the foundations for the codification of The building will be three storiesin annually. The Internal ImprovementBoard chairman of the good roads committee I

The publishing company solicits or- the laws of war, first by individual height and will be. built of brick,II II owns about one million acres of of the board: Judge H. B. PhilliQK, ,V\
dew throughout the country for certain nations, and finally by- the Hague with stare tcin. Cngs, tvvetgi'dn Sands, while Tree mi- chairman of the legislative committeeof
attractive publications, sometimes,f Conferences. The cost of this one structure will 1)I lion acres are owned by other people the State Chamber of Commerce;
concealing the fact that they are issued Senator Root will be followed by] be approximately $30,000. It is being j'Therefore, three-fourths of the bur- Claude Nolan, George Clark and J. H.
by the government These publications Dr. Talcott Williams, Director of the built from plans drawn by Talley &; I den will fall on the land owners, in-' Williams. These men will all go to
are offered for sale at prices Columbia School of Journalism, in Summer, architects of this city. I((eluding the big dealers, and one-fourth 1 Tallahassee and work for the bills.
what be I New York City, who will speak on The calls for the | the International Improvement I
far in excess of they can purchased contract completion upon Telegrams were sent to the boards to
from the superintendent of I the share of the United States and 1 of the building by September band :, :: Board Fund. Each bond will be a lien of trade in the following cities asking

documents at the Government Print- its diplomatic, action in freeing the I Contractor W. T. Hadlow says l'upon the land alone, and the State, according them to name delegates to go to Tal- :
ing Office and the customer either I world's waterways from restriction. that he intends to place a large force:( to those who evolved the plan, lahassee: Tampa, St. Augustine, Or-
does not know that the book is a government Gregers W. W. Gram Minister of the I of mechanics and laborers on the will not be held responsible for anything lando, Miami, Lake City, Gainesville,

publication or else is unacquainted -i State of Norway, who is coming to I work, and push it through to com-| other than the collection of the DeLand, Hilliard, Sanford, Pensacola, of

with the fact that he ,could! this country for, the special purposeof pletion at an early date. j drainage taxes. The question of sub- Ocala, Madison, Kissimmee, Fernan-
purchase it. practically at cost direct, attending the meeting, will then The site for the academy is a parkof I'mitting the bond issue to the people dina, Daytona, St. Petersburg, New
from the superintendent 'of documents: deliver an'address'on the international seven acres in area, which 'has i I was considered, but owing to wide- Smyrna, Lakeland, Key West, Eustis
there mail them direct to the com-' interest in the settlement of the been donated by the Jacksonville De-.spread criticism of the manner in and Callahan.
pany's customer. The publicationthus Panama Canal'toll question.The velopment Company. The park has a which some alien land dealers have

ordered are sent out under the proceedings on Friday, beginat frontage of seven hundred and seven- operated, this was not thought to' be COAL MINE DISASTER CLAIMS
publishing company of all the additional ten a. 'm., with an historical ac- ty-five feet on Edgewood avenue. It advisable. The State is bound by law 120 LIVES.

expense incident to the keep- count of Isthmian projects by Pro- begins just two blocks north of the to the national government and by __ .i.'>-

ing in stock handling, mailing and fessor E. D. Warfield, President of point where the Atlantic Coast Line the moral law to purchasers to continue Special, to the Sentinel I

postage of the government publications Lafayette College. He will be followed crosses the avenue. The grounds are ,the work of drainage. Pittsburg, Pa., April 24.-t-The death] Saturday.'f
it sells. by Crammond Kennedy, an inter- to be beautified and made suitable for j''I The above subject considered at a list in the Counrtney mine disaster.
} takes advantage national and member'-of" the "' conference between Governor Tram-, "'
"The publishing ompany lawyer a campus'a c parade grouncl'fof'jthe I "Stands 'tonight at one hundred' and
of the fact that the documents Bar:of the District of'Columbia, who Military Academy. well the Internal Improvement Board,I twenty. Eighteen charred bodies have

are mailed by the superintendent of will compare the relative interests of Through the work of the Board of I Pearl White, Maurice Stern and,G. F., been brought to the surface and four

documents under his frank at the ex- the United States and Great Britainin Trade committee having the matterin Benzel, representing the SouthernStates more are in the, mine ready to be
pense of the government to advertise the Western Hemisphere at the charge, the academy will be reach Land Company; W. F. Coach brought out and will be removed early
that the publications it offers for sale different stages of negotiations concerning ed early during the coming fall byline a man and. D. R. McNeal representingthe : tomorrow morning.
will be delivered "postpaid." The post- the Isthmian Canal. The. of the Jacksonville Traction Com Consolidated Naval Stores Com- Seventy men escaped. There are

age,however, is paid by the government main question in dispute between pany. It is intention of the company 'pany; M. Harrison, of the land de..1 still from eight to twenty men to be
and not by the publishing company Great Britain and the United States:.1 to extend its Lemon street line..1{ partment of the East Coast Railwayformer ,''I{ accounted for. If any of them are

u might be implied from its advertisement over the exemption of American coast through to Murray Hill Heights and Governor W. S. Jennings, and in the mine they are dead, accordingto ;
The result is, the government wise vessels from the payment oftolls have the terminus at the academysite. I others. The question of securing a the rescuers. The pumps have been i

has been bearing practically on the Panama Canal will then This will add greatly: to the desirability proper survey of the Glades is now disabled and most of the mine is undera !;
all the expense of this business conducted be discussed: by prominent Navy men of this suburb as a residen,being considered also. foot of water. Unless the pumpsare

by private concerns, receivingin and college presidents.The tial section, as it will afford streetcar repaired by morning, the mine }
return only the cost of printing proceedings will be resumed transportation to the center of the MILLION DOLLAR GOOD ROAD will be in such a condition tht It will "
such publications fro mstereotyped Friday afternoon, at which Horace G. city FUND SOUGHT AT TAMPA. be impossible to get into it for another 1
plates, while the publishing company MacFarland, of the District of Columbia I I. day. It is believed that the fire has i ib

has teen fattening its pockets with Bar, and William Miller Collier of BASEBALL RESULTS IN THE BIG Tampa, April 21-A bond issue of been put out. No more tapping by .{
five hundred per cent. profits. the Bar of the State of New York, LEAGUES. 1,000,000, the money to be devotedto entombed men Is heard. The mining {
In permitting this business to continue I and formerly Minister of Spain, will laying brick pavements on county district about Courtney is stunned. a l
the superintendent of documents discuss the following question: p rl.1 l l to tie Sentinel roads, will be the proposition laid before The grief of the women and children
hat been under the impression that "Would a subsidy to the amount of National.New the people' of this county at an who lost heads of families and .11
'the law which restricts him to the sale the tolls granted to American ships York, 7; Philadelphia, 1. early date. brothers in the disaster, has subsided i

of only one copy of any document to passing through the canal be a discrimination ,' Boston, 1; Brooklyn, 0. That was the conclusion reached at and funerals are being arranged for i
the tame penon, was superceded by prohibited by the treaty St. Louis, 3; Cincinnati 10. a special 'session of the Board of those who have been brought out and i
the law which provides for reprints, ?" American County Commissioners yesterday, ai Identified and those who are still in I
and lome publishing companies and At eight o'clock on the same day, Philadelphia, 4j; New York, 1.Washington the matter was Informally discussed. the mine and areknown, be dead, ,

dealers having had scores and hun Professor Emory R. Johnson, Special 3; Boston, 6. It I Is figured that 100 miles of brick ,
the publication Commissioner of the United Stateson Chicago I St Louis 3,
dredf of copies same ; road could be built out of million. PACKING HOUSE FOR LEESBURG
,. sold to hem for their customers Panama Canal Trame and Tolls, Detroit, 3; Cleveland, 5. dollar bond issue, Leegburg, April 24.-A company i
Senator Fletcher has notified the pub will discuss "What is the effect of the South Atlantic i
There U a great deal of doubt, how. with a capitalization of 25,000 is be.
he must make his iuytrintendent of American coastwise Savannah 3 Albany 2, 1
Ik printer that exemption ; the of
ever, that the people of HilUborough Ing formed for purpose erecting
of documents comply shipping upon Panama Canal rev. Macon, 7; Charleston, 1. }
county would be willing to bond for and equipping an up-to-date fruit
with this provision of law' hereafter enues?" He will be followed upon Columbus, 5j; Jacksonville, 2. that amount. It is probable, however, packing house in Leesburg. It is proposed !
still in force, The the subject by N. Dwight Harris j
.which he considers same
that a $500,000 bond issue would car. to secure a site at the junctionof x
has advised the Professor of COUNTY DIVISION THE
Florida senator European Diplomatic TOPIC rye both the Atlantic Coast Line and
'public printer that he considers the History in Northwestern Universi I 1 Seaboard Air Line railroads where

nailing of publications purchased by ty. The question of the right of the Attorney E. G. Baxter has returned i SAYS CHILD HELD IS NOT THE fruit can be'received and shipped over j
'dealers direct from the Government United, States to exclude from theuse from Geneva, Orange county, to I DUNBAR BOY either road. The latest machinery is 1
Printing Office to their customers to of the canal any das of foreign which place he accompanied his wife)I to,be installed with sufficient capacityto :

be an abuse of the franking privil vessels, such as railway-owned vessels and two little sons on Sunday, it being i Man Held for Sensational Kidnapping pack at least four cars per day.
In effect, this practice has extended will then be considered by JamesW. their to remain there ;
ege. purpose 1 in, Mississippi Says Wrong Leesburg has long been in need of an
the franking privilege to all Garner, Professor of Political several weeks. Col. Baxter says that: Child Rescued institution of this kind and it is conservatively -

the book-dealers thus engaged in the Science in the University of Illinois, the principal topic of Orange countyis I Columbia, Miss., April 23.-"Be- estimated that at least
sale of government publications and and John Foster Dulles, of the New division and {
county ,
I a report tween God, you and me, I did not kid. 75,000 to 100,000 boxes will be handled
has largely enhanced their profits at York Bar. current that if Seminole county is Robert Dunbar. Don't ask the first season.
the expense of the public. The final session of the Society will formed that a strong effort will- be nap ,- so
but if want to
many questions you
begin at 10 a. m., Thomas ,
Saturday. made to have Ovieda made the county CHICAGO WRESTLING MATCH.
see justice done, help me get my wit- 1
ALL RIGHT Raeburn White of the
FLORIDA PhiladelphiaBar site. This would be sad blow
a to
to the taken from 23-Devotees of the
nesses prove boy Chicago, April i
will speak on, "Is it necessaryin Sanford, whose citizens instigated I
me is not the missing Dunbar child. wrestling game are anxiously await-
The following item appearing in the international law that inquiry actually fight for division.-Gainesville Sun. -1
II I I You may string me up but the wrong ing for the start of the bout between
April 10th issue of the South Florida be suffered before a justifiable }
I would be discovered later." Zbyszko, the. Pole, and Le Marin at
Sentinel, published at Orlando, hits action arises? "What is the inter- MEMORIAL SERVICES TOMORROW
national :I This statement was given here to- the Coliseum to-night The Pole has F
squarely between the eyes some of obligation of the United i
day by W. C. Walters, the man who been training in public for the past
who have States if under its treaties
the alert writers any in l
newspaper view of the British April twenty-sixth, being the day is held on the charge of kidnappingthe week or more and those who have seen 1
been prevaricating about the soil and contention? will ;
J also be discussed observed throughout the South by II Dunbar child. Walters insists that him at work think he has a good 1
other conditions in that healthful at this session by
Hannis. services in memory of those brave the child is the son of an unmarried chance of winning over Le Marin If
formerly Minister to
climate: soldiers who lost their lives in the woman who lives at Barnesrflle, N. the latter does win, it will come as a '
"The two men who, after Spain, and Amos S. Hershey, Professor -
one or of Political Science struggle of 1861-1865, the Annie Cole-I c., and that its father is his brother. distinct suprise to Manager Jack Her-
and and Interna-
the winter in Florida
then went home and wrote newspaper tional Law in Indiana University. The man Chapter of the U. D. C. announcea I)He says he took the child one year man, who has.Zbyszko in charge. Her- _,'
will then program to begin at three o'clock ago when it was three years old. man feels confident that the Pole will
Society receive
articles condemning the state as con
tomorrow afternoon at the Orlando "Yes I did whip.the boy Sometimesbut i win and is trying to schedule about 1 ,
the of
and sand report its Committee for-
taining nothing but climate on Opera House. ::..
affairs. not so as to make welts on his between Zbyzsko and Frank Gotch.It .
ought to see the carloads of vegetablesthat eign
Mrs. Branham,, president of the body as claimed," said because he was is said he offered Gotch $17,000 fora
are going to the flood sufferersof members and friends will bring or bad but I never put Walters."I match, lose or win or draw. f.
the north, from Florida, and they Remember that the Sentinel is ever members and freinds will bring or like the child and only last Sat-
would be moved to shame."-Hamden ready to do job
your printing and send floral decorations
to be
Ohio taken to urday bought him a pink umbrella New Books, New Pictures. Curtis t,;
Inquirer. can guarantee perfect satisfaction. _the cemetery after the exercises. which he has now." I & O'Neal, next Postof ce. '"

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any reader of fiction remember
,; his less that estimable Rider Haggard novels represented in one of Ifdril & Bradshawf : Magnificent Showing of

{ the hero as causing his will to; be ? $ & .
A tattooed on his back and as'wimrinhIs W"-l e wish to announce to our tnenand, the public generally,
cause by producing it in court?
Ar that we have formed a partnership under the _
Now the novelist has been vindi- New Spring Suits
cated.,, The' tattoed will idea has been above firm name, for a general
carried out in real life.fA California "
:f i miner about to take a trip into Mexico Real Estate and Insurance :
desiring::a will :that would stand and Dresses
Ure and.robbery,had it.tattoed.on.his .. {L :
business and are located in .
;q l left shoulder, over the blade. He has a ground floor.office at No. .
f60OOO'whi h he, disposes" of in"i his, : 17 S. Orange Avenue, (formerly occupied by Hamilton & Dunn .t
will/ and the lawyers tell him that ; 1
A' "document"; is perfectly legal. Millinery), where we will be pleased to meet all our old friends WE ARE SHOWING A BEAUTIFUL ASSORTMENT OF I

r iSo far:sogood. ButMr..Haggard i and to make new ones. SILKS AND:.SATINS, ALL COLORS, DRESS GOODS
feed not expect that a i lady,will publicly ,
acknowledge like "She, that Our list of city and acreage property surpassed by none, WHITE
she is two thousand years old, or so.
s; Nothing like'that will ever be duplicated and we havesome exceptional s COMEAND SEX Us CONTAINS ACCURATE' ILLUSTRATIONS OF THE
', Some time' ago,an, employe of the WOMAN. CALL IN AND ACQUAINT YOURSELF
r Michigan dairy and food department
read an alluring,advertisement c of a 17 .s. GRANGE AVL ORUNBO,. FUL WITH THE'HIGH CHARACTER OF OUR GARMENTS

b his state;and at $2J>0 cash was .
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; eonsisted of three six ounce bottles of
liquid for internal:use, and an "anti p;i
"' septic balm" to swab out the 1 nose. THE New York
The employe's analysis of the internal
remedy showed that it ,consisted of PATH TO PROSPERITYMerchants
eight per cent alcohol, 25 per cent
sugar, 67 per cent water, and a trace Bargain Store
each of bromide of.soda and bromideof
potash. The "antiseptic balm" was ; who use,Electric Signs never lose

vaseline with a small, amount! of their way by choosing the wrong road to suc
menthol and perfumed with oil of cess. You simply cannot fail to attract new If You Would be Posted be a Daily. Visitor, to this'Store"'M.(' .. :"" ".-
wintergreen. He at the rate
paid ---:'"
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customers if use an Electric Sign. It acts
af $35 a gallon for the internal rem- you
when he could have made like irresistible all the
edy a gallon an magnet drawing Sh 1I.11aaqd. for bicycles and
t for 55 cents, mixing five pints of MMMMMMIIMMMIMMMIIIIIMIttHMtltfltltltl
: trade within its reach: That is the reason undriei.
water with 12 ounces of alcohol, and .
one and one-half pounds of sugar, : they command the attention of buyers.For :
t adding five,grains each of potossium :1 DR5 l. RAMSDELL[ OptoeI st

r.4 Iodide and bromide of flavor- Every Store Owner :j .J.a McKAY, s ,

CONTRACTOR AND Successor to Dr. o. P. Lfldia
the "antiseptic balm" could be ,
At pre- No matter how small his business, the, Electric GUILDER. -
pared. 3,000 per cent profit the "-'intend AH Work.
h manufacturers must be coining money I Sign is the cheapest and most effective Prices That Are aa

.i j advertising. .. Indoc.McIt.AS .. .
A beautiful lot has been purchased I Work Gwruteed.
: ,Phone for our Sign Designer to call and submit
fn Orlando on which the Emmanuel .
x Baptist church building will be erect- : a sketch. I 0
ed. Work will be pushed as fast as : No Trouble to Us--No Expense You. 0I Has,liffUHed an up to date griaikg plant ud is prepared
possible on the structure. This I a to duplicate any teas WHILE YOU WAIT.
church has only been organized two I MftlllMillHIIIIIIMMELIJAH AIeBr with an the stock and iastrwats he hi* tt-
months, and they are said to be already :( I II cored the prescription books dating back several;jetrs i aid

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Some members of the WisconsinLegislature FLORIDA.The i. a
have prepared.bill which I
they before will discourage drinking Methodist in Largo will erect a New JUST RECEIVED I
in:the State. It follows the sugges- new concrete edifice.
tion made in another state earlier in i
the session for licensing drinkers as Work on the new court house at ACARLOADOFLIME 1
pall u vendors. But ,it goes_ much Bushnell is progressing satisfactorily. .
further. Those desiring the right tobpbibe IN LACES, EMBROIDERIES, SHIRTS, H- .
must obtain licenses from theChief . SPECIAL PRICES
of Police, but he cannot grantthem The shipment of potatoes from the I .
unless the applicant has been Hastings section last Saturday total ;
examined by a physician and found ed forty-six cars. 1 SUPPLIES.McCULLOCH'S. .,,..._ .- _, s 'Prompt Delivery.
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to be in good physical condition, and I I
most, in addition, produce evidence A Woman's Christian TemperanceUnion .i
that he is of good moral' character. has just been organized in I I Florida Metal Co.
Even then, however, he;is not assured' Dade City.Florida _.. I
of quenching his thirst, because if the r f I '
Police Chief deems it best for the horticulturists will meet in I DEPARTMENT STORE I MCNEIL-DAVIS BUILDINGPhone

applicant, his family or ,the; comm DeLand'on the 29th of this month in. 41.TheBestistheCheape.
nity to withhold the license he can do annual session_ and a large attendance i OPPOSITE POST OFFICE I
is expected. J
so.It is obvious that the fatal defect
in this remarkable measure is the Great preparations are being made CALL and BE CONVINCED"LOWEST I I --_. '
failrue to provide for the;compulsory for the celebration of. the second an- .. r. ,n.-\. ,
selection of a Chief of Police who niversary of Anna Maria, a popular PRICES ALWAYS" ,
would take as serious a view of it as resort. t .

it* sponsors. Without that provision' ',. ,.. ., .. ,.: """" '"'" .,,
the bill, if enacted, must fail for lack The Tampa Drug Company will .1 r lE- L J'\ '
enforcement. and with it it would erect a four-story building at Wash- ',-, .' d . SO, GET BEST OF .
be more ridiculous than it is now. ington street and Florida avenue; in t i
It might also be suggested that the that city, to cost $50,000. :{ Paints>> and Wall Paper
law would make the office of Chief _
Cost Mark Is
of Police a veritable sinecure; for how Plans have been about perfectedfor My
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much would the average"imbiber not the convention'of the Florida fun- J THE 1912 WALL PAPER IN SAMPLES,
pay for a permit to drink if he coulddrink eral Directors' and Embalmers Association I IS GRAND AND I WILL BE PLEASED
in no other way?-Tampa Trib- 'which will take place in Jack- !
une. sonville on May, 12. Black_ Niger! i .TO SHOW THEM. ALL YOU HAVE' TO
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you oTor do not'understand thTfiC: .yGOOD Time Reduced Prices all f
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balks and sacrifices, inshoots_and RKJDUJS J

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novel villains and l 1e4( many ahoy, Sale by .
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'lowing emulation.animal When spirits baseball; to wholesome is compared -I H. G* Harper X D8 G D [ Wi[ .. n COST .

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name of "sport" in uncivilized lands, Weekly Sentinel It will keep you I .

manly t e' devotee athletic of competition clean honorable is inclined and Hauling of all kinds, and plowing thoroughly this section.posted Call on at the the happeningsin office and .I ; Manufacturer Stone, Fancy Columns of) Artitdal and j.IISSES HAMILTON & DUNN

t3 give thanks that baseball is our carefully ,looked after. let us. show you a copy. It only. ; Ornamental Work
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South Florida Sentinel ,-
In these days of agitation in behalfof Echoes From the Steel Trust Give Us \
M01N1NG AND WIHLT votes for women it is interesting I Some Ideas of the Real Purposeand
to go back to the days in England Workings of the Tariff t
Intend at the port oak..t OrUndo, .
IIIrWa M SMOB Clan flan MatUr.8UB8CUPTION when it was first proposed by the One reason :why the steel corpo , '.
Chartists, in 1839, among other reforms ration grew to riches beyond the
1 ; RATES I that all men be permitted to right limit, and to power practically When You Choose
vote, the franchise then being con- unlimited, was the tariff expressedin ; .
y TH* DAILY SENTINEL fined to property owners. The six Payne taxism. Another reason was
tie year *.. ... ....... ..... ....15.00
important reforms demanded by the that, because of practical lack of competition
;ffx: Months .... .. ...... .. ..... 2.60
Chartists in 1840 were universal suffrage the corporation was enabledto '
:r Three Months .......... ....... 12& the a Gift of Jewelry 0;
( right of all men to vote), pay the rate of wages that pleasedit /
J; aewi carrier U Orlando (0 mto per vote by secret ballot, annual parlia and fix the hours of labor at the :
-.tho DaDy ud Sunday. ments, payment for members of parliament maximum. The report of Commis- n -r :

L TU Orlando Mormbf Sentbtl eaa U fond abolition of property qualifications sioner Neill, of the bureau of labor,
_jak in Orlando at Cnrite A OTfel'i Book for members of parliamentand shows that fifty per cent of the em- THEN YOU MAKE A LASTING GIFT THAT MUST
a arc. equal electorial districts. Most ployes in the steel industry-the steel
We will appreciate prompt complaint if of these demands, although shouted trust-were compelled to work seven AND "
Afirery b not properly made br our carrien. down as ridiculous and vicious at the days in the week-but that in later TASTE. WHEN YOU SELECT FROM THE STOCK OF .

'N Adevrtifinf rata wfll be fonbbed oa apifcatlon. time, have gradually been granted. days, that is to say since the incom EVANS YOU ARE SECURE. FOR HERE EVERY PIECE,

Opponents of the Chartists violently ing of the democratic majority in the EVEN THE MEREST TRIFLE-IS CHOSEN BY EXPERTS .
THE WEEKLY SENTINEL attacked the grogram of charges in house, the seven day program was WHOSE KNOWLEDGE AND
'" .. .... ........ TASTE HAVE WON
kT San portM paW tLM about the same spirit as women suf- changed to the six day. But Commissioner -
__ THE SENTINEL, Orlando Florida.Me RECOGNITION. ,
1. frange and other proposed advancesare Neill notes the fact through )
' 117 Coot Street, Arcade Bonding
'. Phone 24X opposed today. In 1840 the Rev. interviews with the employers, that THE BEAUTY, THE STYLE, THE WORKMANSHIP, -:
E. Jenkins issued a book in.which he : the reduction of days of labor have ARE ALWAS THE BEST.

R F. SCHUMANN, Editor. solemnly wrote: not secured to them advantages in EVANS' FAIR AND MODERATE PRICES ARE AS .
JOSIAH FERRIS Proprietor. "What would you gain by universal keeping with the loss of one day's I FAMOUS
suffrage am certain that you wages.
FRIDAY, APRIL 25TH, 1913.It would gain nothing but universal con The further fact is made promi- COMPARISON OF VALUES INVITED.
fusion, universal setting of workmen nent in the report that the average
is a long lane that has no puncttre. against each other. All workmen number of work hours in the steel
t4 would them become politicians-they industry is twelve-or seventytwohours
o would neglect their vocations in life per week and that: "Careful

w Every time you ruin a boy, you -spend their time, strength, their estimates of the maximum cost of
' Ifill aman. talents in what would increase theirpoverty. substituting the eight hour day witha
o Vote by ballot would be fifty per cent increase in hourly

... It is the borrowed trouble that nothing but a law of rogues and I rates, so as the give the same daily T.I1.vansthe Jeweler
fteeps this world in a bubble. knaves, nothing but a cloak of dis i earnings, show that even if there
o honesty, insincerity, hypocrisy anj I were no increase in efficiency the
The man who constantly defending lies. With respect to having membersof cost of pig iron would be only 2.6 percent
hia personal honor is entirely tot parliament paid and void of prop- greater or 45 cents per ton" and OPPOSITE POST, OFFICE
.tsni>>\ ert3 gvaSitta\ 'ri vt y ibis is \ \. \'ri \. pzo vt s Lot tu5\
Q absurd for an idiot to be the authorof would only be 6 per cent greater or EXPERT REPAIRING AND ENGRAVING.

4 Many men think they have a it The famous Chartist doctrineof $1.70 and $2 per ton.
grievance when their troubles are equality is diametrically opposed to But is it to be asked that the dear I
only indigestion. nature and word of God; it is a doc steel trust, which now revels in a -
:r. o trine taught only by lying prophets, $9.80 Payne tax on steel rails and
M. Fouquieres says America's re- men who are of their father, the devil, like tariff taxes on its other products,
Igion is the worship of energy. But for his works they do." should consent to lose the large sum
fiber e are a lot of blacksliders. Soon the campaign for votes for of 45 cents on pig iron and a maxi
o women will begin in New York stain tie mum of $2 on its finished product? SILL STOCKINGS
A man's right to change'hia minT d behalf of the amendment to the If the working forces in the steel

is admitted by New York clubwomen Constitution. Its opponents, may be mills got their just dues, wouldn't i it
And they weren't discussing Mr. Mc- relied on to repeat in spirit, if not in be at the cost and expense of the Car-:
Conbs, either. language, the inflammatory arguments negies and the others owning the steel
o of the old Tory clergyman of mills or deriving rich incomes from
Hard to figure any bad luck out of 1840 against the right of workmen to steel trust-bonds? It is real strange
to rumor that the European powers vote. Ever since the woman cuff these days, how the facts are being
( are plotting to freeze the United rage movement began, one of the brought out, with the Stanley com Day
States out of Mexico. hackneyed reasons offered why wo mittee winning the pennant in the Investigation

o men should not vote has been that stakes, with the steel ,corporation and
"There can' be no uuestlon! that they would become politicians and be disturbed and with its own
aoney is abundant," says Professor engulfed in everlasting disaster- ers and controllers crossing their
t Irving Fisher. Ah, there, Irv, well just what was to happen to the Rev. lily white hands and vowing to help L EveningWear
a le around next payday! Mr. Jenkins' workmen seventy years them, that the interests,of the work
o ago. What. a. book>> could be written ing classes were the things justnear-'
s'W.. C. Temple is now in a mood for on the funny sayings and doings o feat their hearts.
Kuflding a bungalow. He has madeBungle reactionaries since written history be That Stanley report showed conditions
: enough of the Citrus Exchange gan! What a textbook it would be of life ,at the Homestead and
s te.be authority on bungalows. for the education and civilization of other mills of the steel corporation,
o the Bourbons of our own day and that were shocking and appalling f
When you hear a man advising the entertainment for the rest of the and the profits of the corporationwent
jk ewspaper to let up its fight on bad world!-Knickerbocker Press. merrily on, with the operatives '
f lIeD and bad measures you can de- doing seven days work in each week, ; Our Personal Guarantee I
lend on it he is not for reform. VEGETABLES VS. MEATS or cut to six days with an equal'cut
in wages. And the cut in the days of
Accompanies Every Pair
Mechanical progress has standard- The cost of production of our nour- labor was designed to hoodwink the ,
led fashions, says M.- Worth. And ismment is one that is growing in importance new congress-but it failed, for the
a respect of walking the fashions and seriousness from decadeto excellent reason that the Stanley
Fatty nearly compel mechanical proII'tSI. decade. ,In the extensive use of committee showed the facts, and now
animal foods, so common in most the report of Commissioner Neill con Marion B. Ives
o civilized nations today, it is rarely firms them, if confirmation were
It cost' $3,000 to clean up the lawn i borne in mind that the production of needed. The protective system,
t(. the national capital after the this type of food involves a conversion heralded as the protection of the
Xaster egg rolling contest Better of plant food into animate fooda workingman, has been the protec
14 some the surplus clerks do itotter transformation necessitating a sac tion of illegitimately' conducted Big EXCLUSIVE MILLINERY PARLORS
office hours. rifice of considerable energy. The Business and it has been the' robber
o animal which devours the plant pro- of the consumer and the oppressorof
A Georgia woman found her !ub'playing ducts requires no small proportion of labor. If Commissioner Neill had Second Floor
., auction bridge with a the stored energy for its normal life made his report under either of the .
4n jarty of ladies one night, and from processes. What is left available for two preceding administrations it i
what followed it may be presumed the production of meat and fat or the would have been pigeon holed at the .
that she dynamited the bridge.A secretion of milk, which may become command of the special interests.I

o available to man as food, must rep- ORLANDO'S CHARTER present the result is uncertain, both
Massachussets newspaper tells resent a small portion of the actual OUR MEAT EXPORTS because in nearly every case the first The Sanford Eagles gave their big
! fII a man ninety years old who went nutrients originally stored in the Orlando now has a Charter in the application was made later than it annual banquet a few nights ago and
to the tax collector's office and paid plant To what extent it is possiblefor The world has ceased to look to the hands of their representative whichno should have been and also on accountof was a success in every respect. The
i lis taxes and smiled as he walked out mankind to attempt to avoid this United States for its meat supply. doubt will be passed by the legis- the fact that the fruit is not large reparst was so bountiful that much
Eli years were evidently telling on I waste of energy by making direct use Not only have we lost the prestige lature, as it is the request of Orlando enough now to be certain whether infections was left over so a nice box was packed
a Km. of the plant products which are or- which was ours six years ago, of be- that it be passed, and this will meana have occurred abundantly or sent to the Orphanage at En
o dinarily converted to our advantageby ing the largest exporters of beef and new form of government in a mea- not terprise.

The Sanford Herald is advocating the herbivorous animal In attempting cattle, but we are not now raising sure for the city. What every citi Lime-Sulphur and Bordeaux mix-,
; Senator Donegan for Governor, and to answer this question we enough for our own needs, and if zen of Orlando is interested in is ture are the chief fungicides used in
Bepresentative Brown of Lakeland, must bear in mind the diverse char- there is a continuation of the uninter- efficient government, that which win the experiments owing to the fact
far-appointment to the office of Unit- acter of some of the plant products rupted decrease of recent years we accomplish the most good and are not that they are the 'standard prepara- Paul A. Horn
'' .i.States Marshal Nothing like an which are ordinarily consumed by soon,will be looking to Argentina and so particular about the name of that tions thus have proved so efficient in
any payment of,political debts. man and the plant-eating animals, other countries to supply our own government preventing disease of the deciduous
a respectively. The latter utilize such tables. fruits. CONTRACTOR art BUIlBEt

Too much politics and too little natural products as straw, grass, These somewhat atratling facts are: These spray mixtures have been successfully -
teiness in the state legislature. This leaves, et aims to be the forum where part of the human yesterday by Redfield of
; men go dietary. These Secretary i of Sour Scab, but the pre- P. o. Box 624
fe announce their political aspirations products are relatively rich in cellulose the department of commerce. They I vention of Melanose is still in an experimental Orlando Fla,
sad where men seeking federal appointments and related substances, which are show that six years ago we were ex- Mr. J. G. Grossenbacher, who is stage and definite recom
hang around like trampsat not of use to the human individualThe porting more than thirty-six times as in charge of Citrus disease jnvestiga- mendations can not be made at this
a free*lunch counter.It value of animal production lies, much fresh beef and cattle as we are tions in the bureau of plant industry, time, but owing to the fact that the MIM11S1111lf
a in the fact that it transforms into sending abroad today, and that while.I.arrived in Orlando from Palmetto, same organism which causes MeIan-
may be that the little Jap is a more readily utilizable food products the population of the country has where he has been supervising the ose also induces Stem-end rot it is
n yellow peril to the Pacific Coasttates nutriment materials for which the grown 11 per cent, there has been a application of spray for the prevention highly important that a method of
but history has yet to reveal human body is not well adapted. I decrease of 30 per cent in the num of Melanose, a fungus disease of preventing Melanose in the be Autos For Rent at
to name,of any of these little toilerswho order to furnish nutriment to the maximum nbey of beef cattle. Argentina has citrus fruits. This disease manifests determined. groves '

: has engaged in, dynamiting or population from the natural taken our English trade, and is also itself during the shipping season as During the past season the losses Any Hour
leading strikes. The worst that can resources of the land, the more digestible shipping meat to us. stem end rot. It prevails over most by Stem-end rot alone has amountedto
le said of him is that he works and I vegetable products should be Meanwhile the shortage of meat of the citrus growing regions of Florida an enormous sum. The Sentinel Star Passeqer
x saves his money. applied directly for the nutrition oman f supply in the United States has boosted during the.past season. will publish from time to time such
o whereas the more resistant ones prices to the highest point ever From the sections which were free. items of interest to citrus STEVENS DURYEA
x, Nearly half of the working time of should be converted to his use by feeding known. The situation, bad as it is, from'Melanose, the fruit carried well, dealing with diseases and insect growers trou
the legislature is now gone and not a them to animals.. The respcet-. threatens to become worse. It is ap- even during December, while from bles.
single important measure yet passed. ive role of the two types of organisms I t t parent that it contains one of the big sections where Melanose was abund i awe tea, Good Car.

There are a number of questions of ought to be born in mind, says problems which must be met and solv- ant there was an unusually high percentage The Starke
Telegraph about
.p; grave importance before this legislature The Journal of the American Medi ed in the very near future.-Wheel I I of decay, during the early one week more will mark the says close of Cheapest Rates IB Town ;
that can not :be threshed out cal Association, whenever conditions ing Register. shipping season. the strawberry
shipping season. After
r k a day, and if this legislature adjourns arise which call for a maximum utilization These' experiments are for the purpose that few shipments will to 'Phone
go nearby
, ' 'r without settling them correct of the products of the soil for An exploded theory is apt to be of "ascertaining whether or not points by express, but the Northern 34S ii i
ly they,will thereby write their own I I the maintenance of a large popula haerd by everybody except the theorist Melanose can be prevented by the market will not receive many more i i
t ; political obituary. tion., I usual fungicidal sprays. Up to the berries from that section this'season. i
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customers say that we and we guarantee you a fit, or

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the very niftiest patterns and first misfit suit to see yet We

color for our shirt department. know how to take your measure,

We want to show you how well and the English-American people

FOR MEN: FOR WOMEN: FOR CHILDREN we live up to our reputation. Clothes.know how to make the

WERE CINDERELLA A REAL PERSON SHE WOULD Here are' both soft and laun Every piece of goods shown in

% BUY HER SHOES AND HOSE FROM US; THEY HAVE dered Coat Shirts with plain and our line is guaranteed to be afl

THE STYLE, AND MAKE THE FOOT LOOK TRIM. WERE pleated bosoms. Some withFrench 'wool, and they are beauties.

SHE ECONOMICAL cuffs-some with attached Look them over, even if yoa
OUR SHOES AND soft collars-all don't buy. We win be glad to
HOSE; THEY WEAR A LONG TIME, AND representingthe show
QUALITY them to you. These suiti

CONSIDERED, OUR PRICES ARE LOWER. WHEN YOU most artistic color effects are lower in price than most of

BUY SHOES AND HOSE, YOU MUST FIRST PUT FAITH 1I in solid and fancy patterns. Ma the "hand me down" ready made

IN THE STORE YOU BUY FROM. BUY THEM FROM US I terials of fine Percales, Madras suits you get in other stores, and

JUST ONCE; YOU WILL'ALWAYS COME TO US AFTER I and Soisette. they wear twice as long. Examine


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I the Place B09RDNlgN,106 S. Oraa! e Av .

Mr. and Mrs.
returned Senior
I yesterday after a pleasant visit recital at Cathedral School CHAS. F. GRANNIS HOST-ENTER (Paid Advertisement) FRIENDS
WADS among this evening by Miss Ethel DEPART FOR OHIO
their friends at Camden, S. C. Overstreet Ruby, TAINS THE JOLLY FORTY. REPLY OF THE MOTOR BOATS
THE TUNER reader, and Miss Lois| -
Overstreet, pianiste. All friends 1i Mr. W. R. Palmer, one of Orlando's
Messrs. P. K. Kaiser and J. 0. the school are cordially invited. I i Charley Grannis, who has a heartas The two motor boats on Lake Lucerne citizens from the Buckeye state, and

Snow, of Baltimore, were in town yesterday well developed as his body and desire to say in reply to the who has a pleasant home in this city,

registered at the San Juan. Rev. I who wears a never fading smile that kick in Saturday's Sentinel, that will go to his old home in Cincinnati
Edgar A. Sherrod
of Green frequently breaks ,out into such neither
J. A. Sullivan, of Chicago, is spend Cove Springs, who is to be the I a them has ever run without Ohio, next Monday, where he and his
ing a few days in the city. Mr. Henry S. Symonds leaves this Dean of St. Luke's Cathedral is new!hearty laugh that even the most connrffivd a muffler, that, if a majority of the wife will spend the summer.

morning for his old home I in Elmira, pected to arrive in the ex- dispeptic is moved to cheerful esidents of Lucerne Circle object totheir Mr. Palmer has business interests '
N. Y., where he will city tomorrow I ness, gave a picnic dinner to forty of they will to
Attorney Victor Starbuck has beenat spend several morning with his wife and presence move an in the Queen City being interested ina
Avon Park several days on busi months with friends. and will take up his residence in the,I his friends at his Lake Virginia grove other lake, but that they will pay no wholesale woodenware establishment
last These
ness. Sunday. youngsters had attention to chronic kickers.

Miss Mary Branham went to Win "Deanery" on Jefferson street such a good time that they forgotto Mr. and Mrs. Palmer will return to

J. C. Vetrees, of Palatka, was i in ter Park yesterday to attend a re EMMANUEL BAPTISTS- report it to the newspapers until ORLANDO STREETS AGAIN Orlando in the early fall .
the cital given by Miss Johnnie HELD SO- the best lady friend the Sentinel has BLEST .t
city yesterday looking after bus Smith and CIAL
iness. to visit with friends at Rollins Col MEETING LAST through her close relations with Mrs. PITTSBURG FRIENDS )

lege. NIGHT. Jrannis was made acquainted withthe Mr: J. L Galoway, T. P. Moore, LEAVE
i facts and kindly confided the storyto Isaac Branden and -
Mrs. Henry Smith,
Wm. Gray and Miss Gray have At the Ladies' Rest and Tea room the editor. Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Townsend, who
returned to the Make your arrangements to attend traveling in auto from Tampa to Atlanta -
city few last
a days night the
earnest workers who are among Orlando's most
When Mr. Grannis issues invita highly es-
the an their
visit to DeLand. special services of the First Baptist constitute paid respects to Orlando
church. They will the Emmanuel Baptist ion it is not necessary to get a brassband yesterday. teeemed winter residents leave today
presence and will'be enjoy your church, assembled to discuss plans for to call the invited together; they In crossing the for Pittsburg, Pa., where they will
Mr. and Mrs. Simon you benefited new bridge on
.Reading, Pa., Jenkins, of I by attending. the new church, and to break breadgether come in response to the first invitation Kuhl avenue, from which the sandhas spend the summer, returning to.Orlando .
days in the spending a few; I as neighbors and friends en an d that is what they did last taken a sneak, they broke a in November, at which time
city. listed in
a common cause. .. they will take their
Sunday. up permanent
spring-not of them selves for
Jacksonville they
that live wire and Rev. Boyd gave an enthusiastic and. residence in this city. Mr. and Mrs.
Beneath the branches of the wide
}lr. F. M. hustling had went high into the air, but the spring
Fulkerson, of Philadel city, five of their men timely talk interspersed with wit Townsend have been
and coming to Orlando
oaks that
spreading surround the
of the
auto and
phia, was in town of the grip in town as a consequence
yesterday yesterday that
lookingover ,
shaking reached the
hands hearts of old dwelling, long tables had been drawn' what they are saying about Orlando for many years and are so
the with their
City Beautiful. friends and incidentally and alike. I
young He spoke of the identified with Orlando
. doing business . purpose and on these were the certificates of streets does not sound complimentary. people and Orlando -
-- ; : r -.c ** of the church and the social Mrs/Grannis'.capabilities as a.culinary interests that they naturally
J. B. Miner and wife, who have I "- problems and the duty of the church to artist and after that army o f feel at home here. They have spent

spent the winter in the city left lastnight The many friends of Mr. and Mrs. furnish innocent amusement for the able bodied whetted appetited mehad TAMPA WANTS HILLSBOROUCn H evaral summer seasons here,and say

for their home in Indiana. Thos. Brooks will regret to learn that young. Several of the young men been given thirty minutes of perfect RIVER DEEPENED. that they enjoy Florida summers.

they will leave for Canada, Monday. made short talks on the need of Y. liberty to deal as they please We shall look forward to their re-
Mn. James Merriweather, who has They are charmed with Orlando and M. C. A. work and Mr. James Thompson with this pleasant those tables Tampa, April 24.-In fulfillment of turn.
prospect -
been at St Petersburg during the are building a spacious home on Central of Pawtucket, R. L, gave a very looked like certain portions of his promise made to the board of engineers -
winter, spent yesterday in Orlando. j interesting talk who came here from Washington
avenue and will
return in the on the work of the Georgia, after Sherman's march to COLD STORAGE AND ICE PLANTIN _
early fall to enjoy United States to look into the justice of Tarn
I our delightful winter government in correcting the Sea. PROSPECT
Mr. A. J. Mathews, of Lansing, climate. The Sentinel goes with social conditions, and bringing> Boston baked beans, ham san d' pa's claim for deeper water in the \4
Michigan, has purchased a suburban them. success out of chaos in the canal Sillsborough river, Mayor McKay hasin
wiches salads of
potato plenty soft
lot and will have a home built by establishing social organizationin I submitted a brief to the board Mr. Jerome Donelson and Harvey
drinks with
cigars enough for an entire which he shows that A. Cooke, Manufactruers
which men Tampa's needis cold storage
Rev. Mary Safford and Mrs. Victor were brought under the afternoon'program I
Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Golpin, who havebeen S. Starbuck left refining influence of women and much brought so not only real, but is reasonable and and ice machine plants in the
yesterday for enjoyment to the guests that
in the city for several months amusements of founded on proper basis. city of Detroit, Michigan, were in.
I Tallahassee, where an elevating characterg
they will
represent they were wont to sing, "This is the
have returned to their home in Iowa. the installed. There is a strong probability thatthe Orlando yesterday looking the city ;
Equal Suffrage League of way I long have sought and mourned .
Orlando. Mr. Henry S. Symonds whose government will grant deepening over.
'Much splendid
enthusiasm is being because I found it nol"But
Mr. C. G. Wolcott, one of the busi- manifested in the cause and organizations tenor voice has charmed many, down deep in their hearts their of the channel to eighteen feet They are working on a plan to put
flees men and growers of Oviedo, was throughout the State sang two numbers to the delight of to the Lafayette street bridge and in a series of cold storage and commercial -
sending of and love for
are was a feeling respect ,
in Orlando yesterday transacting business. delegates to the audience. twelve feet above that point to the ice plants in a half dozen
interview the members : : Charley Grannis, which, though stimulated
Mrs. Robinson city limits on the north provided the Florida Cities if suitable arrangewning -
of the Legislature. Murphy, who is in i a by this hospitable act had its
city those ments be
or made.
class by herself when it comes to interested and o can
putting rise in the splendid manhood that
Mr. James Homestead of Minnesota into music negro folk lore, and property along the river on either They look upon Orlando as an inviting .
The Sentinel characterizes Mr. Grannis' life.
is in the city and will spend representative had in song interpretation of the quaint shore will pay a part of the cost. Thatis field and have seven or eight
quite It was a day of real enjoyment and
an interesting interview
several days looking withMr. mountaineer life of q matter to be discussed at a meeting other cities in prospect which they
over Orlandoj Kentucky, rendered -
J. refreshing recreation for which the
realty. Grossenbacher who is investigating several numbers most admirably. of the Board of Trade. It has been will visit and if they find conditionsto

citrus diseases for the bureau Mrs. Boyd, who is a skilled pianist men were truly grateful pointed out that an assessment : to their liking will return to Orlando

of plant industry, which will be two selections $5 per front foot on each side of the: in about three weeks and give further
Mrs. Mayme Holden gave that met a quick
and Jesse
found published in this issue and A number of Tavares citizens meta
is of river would consideration
to the
provide in the matter. Therein
in neighborhood
bridge who have been winter guestsin much respnose the hearts of her hearers. few days to bank.The -
importance to all growers of ago organize a of
Coffee and sandwiches $125,000, and if that amount certainly room for a cold storage
Orlando, have to their home citrus and informal stock sold and the
gone fruits. readily bank
is guaranteed plant, in fact it is almost
talks rounded out the government will,-in a necessity
in evening's -
Philadelphia. pro will be for business in the
gram. all likelihood, be willing to appropriate with our truck and fruit growers.,

Shanaibarfer'i for bicycles to* fall. the necessary remainder. The. As to whether or not there is room

Subscribe far tte Seotiael Sundries tf Subscribe for the Sentinel Subscribe for fbe Sentinel II I work of dredging the river to an increased for another commercial ice plant the

I depth is bound to be costly, I Sentinel is not prepared to say.

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_u -. ), nesivW after t: --- midaifM. rim in the "Too'Late
_r The' first true 'concrete: pavement, Norwood Ohio, has laid 2.000 sq. to Clmrtlj 1.iIeo. .
tbat Is, t pavemeat''witfc''A eoaereie yards of concrete pavement, thirty Boosters of five lines, or less-appinihMXjr -

? wearing course,' was laid in BeBefon- feet wide between the curbs. One- cents three times 30 wonk- 60
; cents
t tame, Ohio, in 1893-94.' Preview tothat half inch longitudinal joints are placed [six daily and one weekly; one editions week)
.time wide, gutters had been placed at each gutter, and transverse $1.00; one month, $3.00.
at the sides of the'streets and were joints every thirty feet; all joints CADILLAC
i subjected to the traffic due -Pair heavy mules-
to teams filled with an elastic material. The sound, thoroughly reliable. Finest
:t drMng up to the,curb.: These provedso concrete used was a mixture of 1- gray team in Orange county. $550.

satisfactory that it was decided io 25 cement, sand and crushed Write owner, G. M. Hord.. Oakland,
experiment' with concrete pavement boo1deiSf The crushed stone runs Florida. 4-22 3t

The pavement consists of, a 4in. from three-quarters 'inth, to .two :
Lake front
I lot eovered
s Portland cement concrete base, .and.a24'n. : inches in size. With 'cement at $1.20 with Urge Orange trees. Good location I
: Wearing surface, the Use being per.'barrel, and sand at 90e and stone :size 66'2-3 feet front' 200 :
: 'a 1:2:4 machine mixed gravel at $1.20 per yard the pavement cost feet deep900. Cash' or terms I ,

concrete, and the, top a 1:1 mixture $144 per square yard, including all with back 'a if guarantee you are' disappointed of your money at .: FOB SALE

of cement and bank sand. The concrete item The paement was finished by the end of one year. Carl Dann I :

for, the, base and wearing sur tamping. { Real'Estate Co. 4-22 St : .

face was mixed quite 'dry,, and, thoroughly I Itimized figures of, the successful I FOR HIRE:-Nice' seven passenger

forajxd into place; the' men i bidder on,the work are a*follows: ; touring' car ,Large. and 'n.. .. I,' !. Ir
laying $be top, following closely be Cinders, $1.00 per cubic yard; con- 4-20 tf ', J., B. MAGRUDEiBUY "' ,
hind those J laying the base. .
crete, including grading, $4.75
a lot in Thornton, Park, a nice
one curb, the concrete was:laid.in yard; Rolling, 2c per square suburban east part of is aty. Carl !, ,t. '::" 0" : '
strips 5 inches wide, extending the yard; Concrete curb and gutter, 60c Jensen.

s full width of the area paved; which per Jin. foot; Art stone walks, lOc OAK HILL is the beautiful '.::, :> c' "' :" . ,
were afterwards cut into blocks five foot Cand, $1.50 cubic ', .
per square ; per ion to U.Nertkeasbof the-eiti pi .. '..l" ; ... ;
inches square L e., the pavement was yard;. J24ncb drain pipe, 75e per lin. I still have some choice lots. the.' : .
retjly) constructed in blocks with well foot; 3-inch drain pipe, 3c per lin. Carl Jensen. ', ,.

defined joints five inchei apart, running -I foot;' Catch Basin, i f 4Q9 each; Out-, ;
rl :i t tit Angles and parallel. tots lets, $40.00 each. WANTED-Apoution caretaker 'and collector u for manager non-,

i'' fhb pig Qt tlt? itr"! No expansion rtsident property owners. By man of

}I were used. After thoroughly ATCHISON, KANSAS, CONCRETE teotiofo.experience; Address.who can Collector give J it dose, Senti-at- II II Run 6,000 miles, perfect con t:
. !
tamping the it '
top was sprinkled PAVING 'SL 4- I'
y wits water and was given a smooth I

= .finish,"'With a steel} trowel To afford,I Atchison, Kansas---, put down 9,500 WANTED-Old >Mirriors, wsilvered, dition. Car complete, not a defect. i !
makinf them u good u new. New
K foothold for, the hdfses the surface square yards of concrete paving this ones made to order by the latest'improved -

of two narrow streets were marked I year thirty feet wide with six-inch French process and damp Am leaving Orlando. Must S ell.
by! shaped grooves about one-half crown. Three-quarter inch joints aroaf backing pat on them. H&
4 inch' deep and one-half,inch wide. On with oiaL name and address to A.
filled paving pitch are, placed
and I will call
the:other streets the surface was pit- thirty feet:apart Longitudinal joints :Lon ands JOur- .. .
ted with a tooth roller giving it : r
very are placed next to the curb. and are
much the appearance of'a'Nelson pay. filled with asphaltic' cement. The con FOR,.SALE-New: ,,seven-roon,house

t ins btoek. This' pavement was laid by crete on the bottom course of five $3,000.with' WRt'tskeoi all modem. improvements!!> 1!; fcj .
:. contract at a cost to the city of $2.25 inches was made of one part Atlas pay. Address Owner care Sentinel.

per'sqaure yard, including grading, cement, two an one-half, parts sand
: curbing and ,drains. I WANTED-A business partner in amanufacturing
and five stone. The second
parts i ,business with well .' '''' . -- ...
In 1900, the poulation of Bellfon- r. : .:, "' '
of inch made of '
course. one was one established trade. Need -
more capital ...
t taine was 6,550; and in 1910,' 8,238, part cement; one and one-half part and will take.partner or will make a > '
which gives some idea of the amount sand and three parts Joplin flints: stock company ,with $15,000 to $20capitaL ,- ,

of traffic to which-this pavement has This pavement cost $1.07 per square 000 excellent condition.Plant up Addfess to,date and in / i > H *, ,tA'1 i ,' :, ,

been subjected. After eighteen year'sle"V ,yard with cement at $1.20: per barrel facturer; in care of Sentinel Manu tf
,..., .
ce.,the pavements are, as a wholein --:::: -
sand at $1.30 per ton and stoneat
remarkably good condition, and $i.20'per ton. The surface was FOR RENT:'Furnished, my cottage I t
with:the exception of wear along the broomed and'the'pavement was cover- on, Lucerne Circle. Jar, A Knox SEE

longitudinal joints the surface shows ed with one-half inch of sand and FOR RENT=: t
but,'little effect of traffic. Ha4'these Furnished suite of large
kept wet for five days. The work was i airy:rooms for i light housekeeping. t j '
longitudinal. joints been eliminated, done'on contract and was' in chargeof Close in cheap, rent 312 North Main. '
the work,today,would be in first class Co
the City Engineer; S: K. McCrary. 16-6t.. q j Automobile
condijipn, as the joints at.right angles Some, other alley paving has been
t ft fy curb, $ow jia. appreciable,wear. done' in which the second course 'has FOR RENT-New for the five room co'furnialled -

.,'lb! !; fwfrpe; marking M,S been,been omitted and the entire street northTSnk'of' 'Lake"summer Conor' '.111

'i "'ralsedht: places, but with this exception -,laid of a uniform mixture. fishing and use of.boat I. Good Orlando, Florida

,I the general surface ia'today] ,II'..... t :.call at Sentinel. .office. chUc1ren 18lOtROLUNS ..
as good' as the day it was placed. Thi j Work on the"Lafayette street bridgein COLLEGVLyman bunnfltnttfltUJ.UHHfltUtUtttitiUUUHUflflUUUHTHEOAKLAND '
test'' of maintaining these pavements Tampa is progressing rapidly.; Ad- I Gymna-' -' *gro Minstrelsning -

for the last three years has been i ii )ditions are being made to the force 8:15, AprPf. Tuesday 3t.-ve' '. . 4 -r _ J

$63.03.' This included the patching'each day and now the number of men FOR RENT Z I j IMiillllllMIIIIMMMilMMIMIMtilllllMIIHIII
t of some of the longitudinal joints.'I working the construction is nearlyone rooms'flame of six to seven
stree+ /&i% .f 'nished. 403 Lake
The Bellefontaine pavements were hundred. 4-20 $;*uth. For the Ladies of Orlando
probably the':first to be' laid in thfcj ,- 4\- A. M. COLLIE. I

/country and seine as.an index of what the Fort Lauderdale Herald says:I' DEMONSTRATION
ASTRAY nave taken
may be expected as to wear from this one week .more will mark', the c1 1 estray :ont Dunn Cow with up as few an If .you have any combings don't throw them away.

type of pavement. The one objection "A boat arriving from Lake O1'/ white spots. Crop upper and under THE CAR, You have in your city,L Gold, a manufacturer of hair goods,
(to' this pavement ie that it is a bee Tuesday evening broUght ii bit, in one Sear; crop"bolt in the other at Dade.City, Fla., but recently from Chicago, where you

little slippery in wet weather, due no i fifty bunches of banar- dOWA ear.Pine Castle Brawl, Fla.single 0" J. G.. Lee tf, THAT EVERYBODYISTAUUNG can bring your combings and have a switch braid, transformation

doubt t* the method of,finishing and I T. farm, which mo- r8 from the Z. .or any piece of hair work you would like to have
to(the fact that an exceptionally rich I in before, tttr than any ,casing FOR SALE20'choice Rhode Island made from ,
,f the value of the Ev- hens with rooster. Also 40 young I 1.50 to
sand ades | SUO
x ordinary
mixture of cement : .
.. as ,9. banana proposition. chickens and good cow., Also a :
was used. .nett'7 come better ana finer shipeflt. nearly new wagon. ABOUTASK Also carry a large line of finest quality French cut hair,
f. every Wm. L CORYELL, which we make to order to match. We demonstrate the work

k 'iupect.Shanlbarler'1 big gock h ,- 4-20 tf 201 Concord avenue West. FOR .REMONSTRATION I every afternoon from 2 to 5. Also carry a large line of sani

bicycle tires. .. eYes 41 Subscribe ,for-the SCentineL FOR RENT-Three fine rooms for tary hair goods. Switches, 114 oz., 50c; tyg oz., 10 and 20
, light,house-keeping on Second floor SEE ins. long; $1; 2 oz., 24 ins. long 1.50; 2yz oz., 26 ins. long 2.25
--- --- with bath and( toilet' City, water WE MATCH ALL SHADES. Silk hair nets 86 ins.
with veranda. Also after June 1st
lower floor consisting of six rooms. MAGRUDERWELCOME long 5e. Dont" fail to can during this week for our low
rJ Furnished both well and city waterin prices. Goods on display at
house. Wm. L CORYELL, I
4-20 tf 201 Concord avenue West. F. N, BOARDMANDRY
PLrk I
nished, Concord Park, one block ...
from Orange Ave. $10.00 per month. TO I 1111.11111111111111111111111111111111111111111)1.,11
Inquire Wm. Coryell, Concord Ave.
Apr.27 May4-ll "'J"2Dlmm j''_ _ _
Money to loan on improved prop
erty. S. Y. WAY-tf

:p. t ::,
Every little motor has a fragranceall
Modern and Conplete.

its own. Everything new, individual I BUSINESS COLLEGE

It is an ill .windshield that does no electric attachments at every
rs has been left :
body any good. chair. No stone
make this shop ;
Your athlete ,demands free-play boot for the unturned to,
of the i
The Gotham is In some runabouts two is company, meet th erequirements MODERN COURSES IN
bones and muscles of fail feet- three are dangerous.The moat particular. Plenty of I

an athletic last room. Courteous attendants. I
Single and Double Entry Bookkeeping. Cor
: Are you one of these men who have a pretty definite three speeds of some cars are ELIJAH WHITEHEAD, .. '
.idea,of what'they want in a shoe?, "Hang the styles," slow, slower and stop. Proprietor... I poration Bookkeeping, Banking, Shorthand,

,say you. ",Give me a good (natural :shape, with Orange Are, Orlando Fla. : Typewriting, Penmanship, Commercial 'Law,
plenty of"toe room and a sensibly rounded toe.U >

you say that to a salesman,you are pretty sure to.get R. . .. II I I Commercial Arithmetic, Spelling and all
I one of the handsomest shoes'' in the Regal line" the .' - I Branches of Civil Service.

F Gotham. This shape was good ten years ago and When you want any of the
" --
will be popular ten years hence. It comes as near

being right as any shoe that was ever built EMERGENCY SUPPLIES -',.. .. I DAY AND NIGHT CLASSES

: ri Gotham Blade King Call JOHNSON mentioned& JOHNSON'SHandbook in EYERYTHIICIN, I! Experienced Teachers in Charge. Diplomas
and Tan Rtnsfo Calf
=U. Brogue Btacbw Oxford I I I Granted and Positions Secured .for Graduates.

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; them.is the Call place or phoae.to let LAUBACHThe I


DeLaney Drug Co Grain Man. .
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1> r': Orange Avenue, ; sue;irr.. ISH I -

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< Objects at a Glance. ILATEST'

's JMas always foraged a,'part ot the. .... .... .. ..
fMlMaioMl eoajarerlwiiati to acfHpi '
( INTHE Before V
tbe power ofjjaajrtnjlastanti( j ou
,,taI not of many objects. A"GerMn .
advocate of the'theory that every .LINE OP UP TO DATE DIY GOODS, CLOTHING, ;
Me cattivate ome similar *-
t* i should of cpuatinf. has bufgest. If Buy
ability most'persons of ftstthguUb DltEisEs .
Vc from three to fire objects at a
'fiasco may be so perfected that the SATISFACTION GUARANTEED OR MONEY i
Bttd will find it possible to take note i

tf jit least thirty articles> the.sameiMffthoftime. REFUNDED.

I This authority. Preyer.aaa i i Consider ,
declared that he can'count thirty: Quality, Style,

otyects of the dime kind as easily as
*$er persons can count three,or four. B. Salomon: (Orlando

,Apart from' such usefulness..as _this Price, and then (choose
Acquired power may fppart,the method ,
of teaching.:tt is t interest The -
tee of one's ability iqcoonting Is easily !tlMlillliHiMiiiiiiiiiiimHiiiiiMiiiiiiMiiiiiiiiiMiiiiiitiMi. . . !_mmti

-Wde: by placing several small obJes -, -
such as pins or coins,under =<:: '.-

beet of paper and then lifting the'Pa.Per. Allen & Co.

so that one may glance at. the 1'1
ticles and fire an immediate guess : JiSICOMfANr
to their number. f LANi1BA1&&
.It fro the.eye finds: It possible to

llsVlngnlsh:!onlyj;three'or four objects.fcut . .. JEWELERS
practice soon enables the expertfcehter .

.to.Above manage that any under ten wjthfaculty. 'Cap*! M< .s.rta'1it UMviid Pnfib ,SIZ.,....... .
Dumber fthe proc u Orlando Florida
oas: : becomes,,more dln\wlt Coosdous Trill lesowces Over Three-fiariers ef aMUta.Statement ,
roaming is not permitted." The articles
""valued." ,
must be merely I
A To perfect oneself in ibis practiceblack of tko Oriaaslo Boat uaz .

spots, forming various geometri-j '. TrIll Co,. it dm of Haslaw. ;
eadgnrea! may be made upon squares .,Fr -
Awhile cardboard, tbe Dum being April 1Mb, l11n.. 8er Let Us Regulate Your Watch
f iP
gradually. increased and the positions
= silk AjarToratry of !
Altered | Hf 1 .
dIs v.said that the sensatfop of i its Existence EVHYHING,CUAIANTEEt
person practiced in unconscious count

U f when looking attentively I ,,at large ; ,. .

sabers of objects li\tBt. their.num-. '
bar-shoots rapidly through the bead." RESOURCES .

Philadelphia; Record. .
Loan and Discounts.....|36bM97JIOvtrdrafU --- -- -- --

i- .............. 9BJI I iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimniMHModel ,.
Seal.. Estate, PurniteroandFfartaroi
The Jibaros Gave One Spanish Governor .......... -.,%&" :

His Fill of Gold. Stoc8 aM Batas' ........ M, IUI Grocery

iu you are looking for a real wild Cash on handed in Banks, 36M67J1
Indian teek the Jibaro. Perhaps yon Y t '.

uerer'heard of him but you ,should.' i Total .................710,1ItOd A 18 West Church Street -
lot he's the wildest, most savage ad .
uncultured type of redskin who thrives LIABILITIES

today.'''\Ytr.and (he Jibaro are:synonyfcaa Y9nous 1 .T FANCY AND GROCERffik
1i!Qt er jrtbe ilL story Capital Stock .$100,060.00 NEW AND

so determinedly and successfully i Surplus and UrwfirWedProfita FRESHWe

resisted efforts to conquer It as this r Tyrt ,Z1,14isDepoeib
tribe of the Jibaro ..111., n! Give Our Personal Attention to Our Customers andGuarantee

..Today,the Jibaro' iL ooo strong.rule Satisfaction and- Prompt Delivery
..Cl.u.at.Ht.f '.reP>n.. .
ot aatdoc.6etween.thtt.&ntlago.aaa: ' Total .................,..... Give Us a Trial
Pataso rivers" and..southward .to,.the .
Amazon. It Is one of the most plcturotque _. -
and primitive of all .surviving ; Deposit April 4,1i11.,176li I Subtler Bros., Proprietors
tribes of redskins. Once when partly!
Deposits April 11, 1111..UIa
subjugated to Spanish they were
goaded to rebellion by enforced labor > Gtranasoai'' Coaaty DapaaMacy Increase fa U days ...... :111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111.1THE

la the mines of their taskmasters andmarched 1.Usi= = .f.TUM.81J

bold of their 20,000 enemy strong and Into in the one strong nightcompletely + -o .... H. H. P. STRAIGHT

.annihilated .the ,12,000 ;In !. .
.aabtosts.. As aa ,example of their -.- For Sale at aU Cigar.-StoneWaldo's }J
killed the by
savagery they governor
pouring molten gold down Us throat In ( Newest Cigar Blade in Oriaife. Z 9

order that he "might nave his fin of Havana and Florida Wrappers 4'; '
Maid. W. M. SLEMONSOur -
Like tactics are still pursued, and Try One.I and Be Coaytaed I
the Jibaro Is little molested. War is

their normal condition their favorite !HERMAN H. FINDER M'f'd'r
weapons being the lance the javelin
and the blow gun with poisoned ar '
-I. which have served them with. New Spring Stock %is Coming In 212 South OraageOScarHand

deadly efficiency, .. .. .
4'Little Is knowji' i of Celt reUgtoos or --...,
atythologkal beliefs. 'Tbere'are about And w.wID':..to yolia Chia i l1tdlea ef High Chas Goods 'J DID YOU'lut'

),400 Jibaros who are Christians, but ..IN DRY GOODS, ALL THE STAPLE AND USEFUL -

few of these are of the full blooded GOODS u well as FANCY SILKS sad FINE DRESS GOODS, :: I ovtrneard a.prominent hardwrnro
fype and are scorned by the majority HOSIERY IN SILK LISLE AND COTTON, and tile Many Acctssories l dealer say this ssorninf .
ef the Mbe! ftsstaadeii sayltbo Jt neat daises of Orlando coJlitn
that Wenea Uie
Dom will never break from andencwtoaCatholic & ,'SonSaceeaaoia booiM,hnd'at fJwand ..... bitAt'thajtime
; Eacytiopedla. ... .. .....

Railway Wheels. Bargains Six Days m Every Week to B. Hand for.: an'! Orlando he man referred several:to kaadrod 1..aold

acres of land fa
Orange ooaatr far
Old ever notice that the wheelsf .
a locomotive yon engine are beveled! We carry all the time a krfe itock of SHOES of the bestiuikes FULL LINE OF COMPLETE IWOf per acre,'tbs ssae laad is IMP
: HOUSE FURNISHINGS '. soU in. lQaad .twaajf oeri+ tra*/for
aid Bewwtttyki. KING 1IBN'8.8BOB8.
The reason for this is that in rounding QUALITY WW per sere, and is'ciaap7aasB
a curve tbe outer-rail p fs. ..course.: I CRADDOCK TEBRTS WOMEJ SHOES AND CHILD :
little.longer than ihe'inner''one The REN'S SHOES. NONE BETTER ARE SOLD IN 'THIS JYW true die 0rIIMt."" m.

1iffeluree..la'rerJ..PWri bat 1\ would MARKET I COME IN AND SEE US: IU' at float tote,,. Gold ........
.be, enough to',make antinless .pagan>tld: 'SCHLOSS, BROS. m SUITS IW* tOEN at.115.00. $20. .............. f,... -If yea ... bough1_:VIM***-.WWSJ MlJ
it were reckoned for. In the 1gsTer proM: yoa.... aoast '
$25.00,:sad $30.00 are titenpassed for STYLE FIT ANT I tfiao > the:
Beveled wheel the higher part, with Its ago your prett oa: adasacitoek
circumference Is forced against QUALITY. .without having.to fifuro.ea It
greater If jou ...not jet.boufkt
bajo IOSI
the outer rail by the very tendency la UK Omit Gut Seventh. JidkUI Qmit.Qnnt Orlando or Orange 'ctucty'profertJ,
ahead,and PLEASE YOU. FtorU' -Bill farPsrtltl.a.1 .
iM engine to drive straight Cwaty. taoro Is atm oppertudtleo for large
with the other wheel the smaller dreumference .4Jo.. ... ":. -.Land.Annie proita,and I can show you.. .
rests on the rail thus overcoming L. Wood Bill for Par* I can seU, ;you jometiinf that ,wffl
the difference the lengths of VI tition of Land. man" you = but,your gold ate>
'the lines Clara L. Wlgtins et.ale. ant stock buy it
To Georgia B. King,' Rotate 'DuBow' John Call and see *
W. M. SLEMONS A. McRae, Mortimer McRae, Douglas Me.
MAn Old Polios Trick. Rae and John A. HeRae, Junior: CARL JANSEN
t at West It appears from the sworn Amended Bill Office over Diduon 4 Jves, Oiaafa
A Defending a man charged in the above entitled case, that A. F. Odlin Avenue, ..., Pis
.|bm with drunkenness a solicitor is the solicitor for Annie L. Atwood the eom- ATbe banks and tOthnd .
>It'.. icy Old. trI k ;'forjwc pUinant in the said Amended Bill that the men of
a. Orlando
:jaI4: know if do
defendant of the said amended bill are all me, you not, ask
.fa semen "hen"tattnc a man to the non-residents the Stateof' Florida each tAOJD.
.tatton to walk out of step. The repaIt s e e 'e t e e e t a e eS I of them over 21 yean of ace, and that there
b no perIOD within the State or Florida,
is that the prisoner lurches from UNDERTAKER ARMSTRONGThe service, oa whom would bind any of said
side to the other. and be is sup- OF KEEP- defendants named in said amended bill, and
THE that the 'respective places of residence of
Moed to be unable to walk without as the several said defendants are u follows
tstanrs"-Tnnflnn..... Standard. town: Georgia B. King resides at Suwanee
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Tennessee; Rosalie DuBose at :liorganton.
have PINe STREeT North' Carolina;'John A. McBae, Mortimer
A Different Mission.Well "How many things we McRae;: Douglas McRae and John A. McRae
old man bow'a trtekarMiss proposed to do,how many planned U Junior, all reside at Washington D. C. THE ONElCIGAR! THAT
'" You are therefore ordered to appear to this
Wallaby accepted ne last yet how we loiter in'our noblest : Bill .raMONDAY.
t. be ,always THE 2ND, DAY OF JUNE 1913,
-.at. t You ,
t may :
\ purposes the same being a role day of this Court.
j. "I suppose you sre around today If", successful if ou do"but, set' out' It is_further ordered that this notice be I EVERYBODY LIKESHAWLEY'S -
congratulations" ( published for four successive weeks, in the
Boating '
DOT eIfjn4 let your,thou tea and! aiThNEwYGRL South Florida Sentinel a newspaper published
t. "No; rm aroua4 today tryingto l'proeeed'pon "the right;* BOSTON in Orange County, Florida.. .
Jew J200 to buy'the ring.-Lo'usiTlllo praetic Witness B. M. Robinson Clerk of said
method," AND ALL Court and the seal thereof this the 24th day
Courier-Journal. _ .
of April, A. D. 1913.B.
You have often made' up your Nertkeri ni Fasten opts ROBINSON, Clerk,
A A Shrinking Naw,... ,* mind to buy something for the -- Arthur F. Odlm By M. A. Howard, D. C. STRAIGHTSGetthebestdjaratfiYB l

"1 vMr.- Qoodflolf-Wbafi your real ot person or the home,'but have put -. Rttlfml and Healthfml&a Voyage Solicitor for Complainant ;'
r .Joetion to.taking a bath) -' time.' *
time to
off'doing so from Oil 6200-Ton Modern.SUd
\ Boiled Samuel-Yoo see, mister I'm week- :An"efecfticaf:wind frain"8torin -
Then one day you pick up a Feet, an<
as oeUcate dat if 1 eYeD git near de wa- *I Steamships 400
and discover some especially FARES passed over Pensacola Sunday after-
iaur'ra1u1Di":=:cbaDae. paper :1.0" _
worth-while offer of the FROM : r noon, lasting two hours. Several cents
-- ,, eava..arF the next time you
New Danger. very thing'yOU needed. JACKSONVILLE i dabs. houses werestruck, by lightning anda want to smoke-judge for
Wife-Did you read about the awful This emphasizes the importance negro church was completely de yonrself. '

isllroad ,wreck! Husband-Tea butJar of keeping' posted on ,when'and.* 'TO raw Cdr; btaBsdhltNew I stroyed. .Almost every eleetrie light ,
heaven's sake don't let your mother to to advantage, Grasp :nf the city was"shattered.. The, truck
how; ,buy OI
[know or the won't dare'to go home.Batire. .- "* by reading the York $24190 *!!. house of Company, No. 5 was struck .

*\.advertisements in'THE 'SENTI-.* Bo ton 28.10 :23.00 by "a bolt of lightning, the only dam Made in Orlando. tad sold 1
Including Mtl tnJSMtroom AccwMtWcfisMMC.rmpo&tl '
makes one *. NEt 'day. by all deakn.IIIIHilMIMMMUlHIM.
Every base carefully every
occupation ,It*hns ui tsW l asJs km si FhriSi liar .. 1 .
:.sharp In its practice. aid.dull to Key S SI JACKSONVILLE OFFICE.. HOCAN ST.-P.sse seJ. Self-starters are often self-willed" .'
.-ldney e e 1 e e S e 1 e t t .L CARMACK T.P.A. -:W..,t.ROOMSf TICS aessd.c.
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PENSY GLEE CLUB ;I ttuniniiiiiinuuuiiuuuntninunnuuuutiui,;;

Louis C. Massey, President -
Mr. and Mrs. Jos. L Guernsey are :

:T. Pitta Wiriow, YIIe.lnL I Wrtn Bra* Gator in receipt of an announcement that I How much

' .wi C .....Art C.Ur SaIl_A.Ntvdl AM OMlhr naturally gives them great pleasureand money would
stimulates a feeling of pride in
the bosom of every 'resident of Or-

t THESTATE lando.The announcement is that Kendrickhas you like to spend for jj jjClass

been elected leader of the Penn-

sylvania University Glee Club, for

9 1913 and 1914, by the decisive vote of
37 to 8, with his preferences for all
the other officers elected.

IF 7} When it is remembered that the

students of this University number $11, $22.44 :

of Orlando about twelve hundred and the Glee _

Club is the strongest in the state it Class :
will be seen that the honor is no No. 2
s ? Nos. 2and I
small one, and is conclusive proof
THE OLDEST BANK IN THE CITYAND that Florida oranges are not the only 2A :

products that are popular in the old

s' Keystone State, but that Orange
county boys attract quite as much

The Bank which transacts more business than attention.Orlando people have long'known of $16.50

any Bank between Jacksonville and Tampa young Mr. Guernsey's musical ability $ 33.00No

i and rejoice that others recognizeit. | Class

: The large patronage of this Bank has been built up Mr. and Mrs. Guernsey have reareda : 50 Class \
v NO. 100 : :
3 fiamily of fine children which Mr.
during twenty years by conducting its business on sound
Guernsey attributes to the fact that
r banking principles with careful attention to the legitimate Mrs. Guernsey raised the children.

wants of customers. The confidence of the publicis But the writer, who owes much to
the memory of a dear mother, hasa
in the amount of deposits.
reuected large distinct recollection of being raised S25

r Average deposits First Quarter of 1913, $900,000. by his father on several occasions ina $$56.10 l
manner that impressed him and ClassNo. ,

benefitted him to this hour, and the
FOUR PER CENT PAID ON SAVINGS ACCOUNTS chances are that the Guernsey boys Nos. 5and
who are as fine a lot of boys as ever 5A

F blest a home, will acknowledge some
such contributions to their raising by
r" Our correspondent banks are located in every part of the father.

the world and include some of the largest Banks in the mother The facts who stand are that in the the glow father of and the I Join any ,of our Saving Clubs and yon can have either of the

; United States.frllllllillililMMlllllllilMlilllllllllllllilliiM. golden sun set of life and look out above amounts to spend
rF upon a family of good girls and boys

. who have reached the years of ma-

- turity, are experiencing the first
Call and get a Circular or let us explain the plan to
JOLLY PARTY PICNIC AT WE- REBEKAH'S ILLUSTRATE WORK. fruits of eternal joy, and have the you

KIWAA satisfaction that when they depart,
ii Orlando Rebekah they will leave behind monuments of The National
Lodge 20 has | Peoples Bank"It j
greater graudeur than marble
delightful automobile journey, just purchased a fine and complete set I any
arranged for by Mrs. S. E. Ives, Jr., of stereoptican slides and those who shaft or library pile that the handsof
attend this Lodge hereafter man might plan. is a pleasure to serve you"
< was given on Wednesday as a fare- may ex- I
pect to see the Degree Well developed young men and women -
exemplified in
well to Mrs. J. W. Dreher, and daughter -
are accoding to God's planningand Mill
Miss Elizabeth, and Dr. and Mrs. the most up-to-date manner. I MMN.
are a blessing to community.FIRE .
i T. H. Dreher, who left the city yes I 1 '
terday for their home in Columbia, HOT IRONS
S. C. -

Four cars, carrying pasengers and Mr. Harry Cook, who has been stop-
Late yesterday afternoon, fire destroyed -
numerous lunch baskets left town ping at the Windemere is exhibitinga
the home of Mr. M. J. Fletcherat

arriving very novel and apparently useful. Maitland.had ..... .,
at Weldwa Springs in time to household article, by way of a self gained such headway that the ,
enjoy a swim before dinner. In the heating flat iron.
When the fire was discovered, it
ii afternoon they motored to Zellwood, It works on the principle of a stove building could not be saved and prac- 500( small feet to be fitted with small shoes at the :
and were given permission from Mr. using carbon coal for heating, and is tically none of the household goods:
K James Laughlin, II, to drive through much simpler and safer than gaso-

'r his beautiful estate. The visitors line irons. It is said that about four
were charmed with the scenery, and I cents worth of fuel will run the iron VIRGINIA CAPES. SHOE DEPARTMENT

expressed especial delight at seeing sixteen hours. It presents the appearance I .. .,

pine trees :which had not been boxed I of a convenient household Special to the Sentinel T. .

;t for turpentine. article, and Mr. Cook makes brilliant Norfolk, Va., April 24.-A large 5' 5 of the '- :

Returning home, the party stopped -, claims for it. British steamer run aground near Vir- .

near Apopka for a camp-fire sup- ginia Capes today. A revenue cut- .

per, this incident closing a day of, SPANISH WAR VETERAN DEAD. ter and several naval tugs have been j

unalloyed pleasure.Accompanying sent to her assistance. Complete de- BIG WHITE STOREThese

the guests of honor Special to the SentiML tails of the accident are lacking, but
s were Mrs. S. E. Ives, Mrs. S. E. Ives, Garden City, L. I., N. Y., April 24-i it is,believed that the vessel is fast on
jr., Miss Julia Chapman, Mrs. Me- Lieutenant-Colonel Wendell Lee
Simpson -,the reef and as there is a heavy' sea
Kean, Mrs. F. T. .Scruggs, Mr. and U. S. A., retired, died at his along the coast, there is danger of
shoes of the best makes of the best firms but
Mrs. T. W. Mathews, Mr. and Mrs. home here today from an attack of her breaking up before she can be are were

Wm. Martin, Mrs. George McCullock, acute indigestion. For five years Simpson floated.
small for sacrifice them .
..4 Mrs. Milton Dovel, and Mrs. Philip has been at the head of the commissary bought too rapid moving, so we must

Slemons. department of the Panama POLICE JUDGE RECALLED.Special make
to room.
Railroad, as well as ,director of the .

CARD PARTY AT THE ROSALIND. same road. Mr. Simpson served in the to the Sentinel They are truly neat Shoes for neat feet
Spanish-American war and was commended San Francisco, Cal., April 24.-In .

Yesterday afternoon a committee for gallantry at the Battleof the recall election last TuesdaY' the If you wear anything under 3 1-2 D, or any larger sizesin
p Santiego. first ever held in San Francisco, police -
Ij{ of the Rosalind members, Miss Gary- judge Charles Weller, was removed A B. widths should become interested right now and
3. Awes, Mrs. John Jones, Miss John- < or you
from the bench by the votersof
' ion and Miss Hudson were hostesses
San Francisco. The movement around be fitted for
for the regular Thursday entertain- drop to only .
Three Crackerjack Reels against Weller grew directly out of .
ment at Club rooms.
r The afternoon was spent in playing The Chorus Girl ...........Crystal his action in reducing the bail of a .
man charged with attacking a girl,
Auction and Five Hundred, eight taN Drama '
bles of players being present. The Open Roard .. .. ....... .. Imp and allowing the man to escape. Bail $2.25 F 'f. -
Drama had been set at three thousand dollars : .
. Mrs. A. P. Miller made the highest -
winning dainty Lighting of Love's Way .....Gem by one judge and Judge Weller
t score a tray as a
Drama reduced it to one thousand dollars.
prize. Wiley Crist, the recall league candi- Sale lasts long as stock lasts.
? Tea, coffee, sandwiches and cake I Open two to five and seven to tenp. as
date, was elected to succeed Weller.
were served at five o'clock.

: Five cents to all. RALEIGH FIRE DESTROYS NEWS- Remember .it costs you nothing to try. See our big north

j RUMMAGE SALE FOR BENEFIT I I Eagle Grove paved 18,822 yards of PAPER PLANT. for sizes and styles. / .
OF CIVIC LEAGUEJ I window .. \ / .
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streets in its business district this Special to the Sentinel. > ';. ,_
J season and the cost was $1.42 per Raleigh, N. C., April 24.The plant ) .
F The ladies of the Ways and Means I I square yard. The number of curb andputter and building of the Raleigh News and

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to open their Rummage Sale this a mile-at 58 cents per foot. by Josephus Daniels, secretary of the

,: morning in the Slemons building on The total paving cost for a 25-foot Navy, was destroyed by fire early this
West Church street and have been front was $155.04. With these figures evening. Fire was discovered at six

very successful in securing contribu- before us we muster courage to as- o'clock tonight and in a few momentsthe
tions. As the sale will continue until
flames were shooting from every
sert more confidently than ever that Yowefl's
tomorrow evening donaions sent either nobody's financial back is going to be window in the structure. Employeessay

}. today or tomorrow will be.gladly'broken in Algona when State and nothing except the mailing files

" received Thorington streets are paved. were saved. The cause of the fire has

j( The above refers to Eagle Grove not been determined.

: Monty to loan on improved prop i Iowa, where they are paving with
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