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The daily sentinel
Uniform Title:
Daily sentinel (Orlando, Fla.)
Alternate Title:
Daily South Florida sentinel
Place of Publication:
Orlando Fla
Josiah Ferris
Creation Date:
April 30, 1913
Daily (except Monday)
normalized irregular
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Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
newspaper ( marcgt )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando
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Dates or Sequential Designation:
Began in 1913.
Dates or Sequential Designation:
-v. 1, no. 269 (Dec. 20, 1913).
General Note:
J.F. Schumann, editor.
General Note:
Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 4 (Feb. 14, 1913).

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Sacramento, CaL April 29.-Governor Portland, Oregon, April 29.-"The i London, April 29.AustriaHungary New.'York" April 29.-Dr.. Friedrich April 28-A rapidly DeLand, April 29.-The annual
Johnson, Attorney General court orders,that the decree be enter- will deliver her twenty-four ul-j Franz Friedraann declared last night growing situation in Mexico City, meeting of the State Horticultural Society -
Yebb and the progressive leaden ed forfeiting those lands to the United timatum to Montenegro tomorrowmorning ,*that he had not departed from his fraught with friction between the convened here today. Delandis
have reached a substantial agree- States Government and that Government commanding King Nicholas original plan of arrangement for free Huerta and the Diaz factions of the called the Athens of Florida, being
ment on an entirely new alien land recover its costs and disburse- to surrender and evacuate Scutari by I treatments for tuberculosis patients provisional government is reported in the seat of the John B. Stetson University -
bill that will accomplish every purpose ments in this case." Thursday. If this is not compliedwith who were not financially able to pay confidential advices and these reportsare one of the finest universitiesin
without permitting the slightest By this simple statement, Judge Austria, will immediately declare -}fqr them. augmented by agents of the Car- the South. Practically every large
conflict of treaty rights. Folverton, of the Federal district war against Montenegro and begin His denial came in reply to published ranza constitutionalists arriving here. orange growing and horticultural interest -
The prediction is safe that it will court, today, in the presence of a few movement of her traps across the I statements ,that the arrangements Robert Pesquiera, a member of the in the State is represented.
pass both houses and become a law. attorneys, land stipulated to be ,worth Albanian and Montenegrin borders. j!:he had made for commercializing Mexican house of deputies, arrived The[ society has been in existance for
The aII.sure.wu.. drawn by Attorney $30,000,000 and it is estimated by experts This decision was semi-officially announced I turtle serum treatment in the United here today to succeed Gonzales Ganteas over a quarter of a century and is one
General 'Webb and provides that al. to have .a value of $60,000,000 tonight in Vienna by Count I States I precluded free access to the confidential agent of the Carranza of the foremost agricultural societiesin
,aliens who are eligible to become citisens -I taken from the Southern Pacific Company fan Berchtold, the foreign minister, treatment in cases where sufferers forces. Gante has been assigned toa the world.
of the United States, may hold and returned to the Federal gov 'ollowbga two-hour conference with were unable to pay for it special mission, the nature of which The first'sesion of the society will
lands only to ,the extent and in the ernment. Emperor Francis: Joseph. !I. Dr. Stimson, the Government physician not disclosed, but it is believed he is b e held tonight at 7:45 o'clock, and the
manner provided by their respective This decision ends in the lower It was learned tonight that Italy t who has had oversight of the going to Europe. progra mis as follows: ;

treaties ,now in force between coun- courts ,the greatest land case the Federal will enter a protest in Vienna against,treatment,in New: York for the Marine Reports of the situation in Mexico Call to order, President H. Harold.
'tries.of, their" nativity? and this country 'i government has yet prosecuted. Austria acting alone against King Hospital and Public Health De- City confirm earlier advices of the Hume. ( a

and not otherwise.Then1'follows.the An acreage, aggregating slightly; Nicholas and during the day Italy*partment, left this city hurriedly last tensity of the relations of Diaz to Opening prayer, Rev. R. H. Lamp-
I declaration that more('than 2,300,000 acres for which brought much pressure .to- bear upon- night for Washington. It is said his Huerta. Between the two officials kin, pastor First Christian church.
the bin shall .not:'be' construed as a .people in Oregon have been clamoring Montenegro to induce Nichold to sur-: 'trip had to do with the definite an- practically all government forces in Address of welcome on behalf of w
surrender or waiver,"on' the part of insistently for I the past decade, render Scutari at once. j nouncement of the commercializationof the federal district have been divided the Business Men's League, Arthur E.
the State of California,to ..any extent was declared.the property of the Federal In diplomatic circles here, it is felt the'Friedmann treatment into two armed camps. Huerta has Douglas.
whatever: of rights, or regulate for government to be opened for set- that Austria will be able to enforce j Contracts for the marketing of the added to the infantry at the national Response for the society, L B. Skin
itself ownership of land within' its emeat,K fsjshne by people if Con-' her demands against the tiny king- "eure" it was said last night, were to palace and Diaz has encamped muchof ner; Qunedin.

,borders; notwithstanding any treaty tiement,or purchase by people if Con dom. It is felt that other,powers will be signed: this morning, if no unexpected the artillery on his estate, Hacienda = Address of welcome on behalf of
heretofore or hereafter made by the gress so desires.CONVENTION be drawn. into the conflict hitch occurs. Under this agreement del Cristo, about thirty miles away. the town of DeLand and Stetson Uni

United: States. I |he -Eisner- endelson Companyis Mondragon, minister of war, is in versity, Dr. Lincoln Hulley, president
Attorney General Webb's bill met OF KINDERGARTEN TARIFF BILL READ. \ to pay Dr. Friedmann $125,000 in I practical possession of the citadel, of Stetson University.
with the approval of the governor and UNION. Washington, .Apri 29.The Democratic -,cash. ,.In thirty-six States institutes.. where other artillery forces are quar '''RespOnse for the society, Prof. P.
was"edBsUend'flail and:a,very sat- . tariff revision bill advanced for administration of the treat- tered. H. Rolfs, director Florida Experiment
isfaetorytektiMfortlLSevefcr Spedal to the SentinelWashington another stage of' the measure, parajgraph to be established, the capital Station.
/,. pei*.eow4..Ul_,in;the Senate from all: parts of the. country were Amendments will be offered by the I'I This gould make an aggregate cap- Introduction of the question box.
listening to,ts*'detatefl 'athe various present at'the New National Museum Republicans and progressives, as the 'ital bi!the thirty-six states of $5,400- Special to the Sentinel Social hour for the members to get
'subjects IUd faniUariiing himself, in this city when the ''twentieth annual''convention minority, while the bill progresses I 000. Jf this amount $100,000 cash beach The Hague, April 30-AH of Hoi better acquainted and to meet the peo?
:M ,t e 'ir r'aikiation. ; .of the International through this part of its legilative jour' tate is to be treasury stock and land from Her Royal .Highness Queen pie of DeLand. .,
*. ,$extent- '-waurott.'cipher' messages I Kindergarten' ,Union opened, today. ney, and in the'light developments,'!'''the remaining $50,000 in each'.of ,the Wilhelmina, down to the .humblest r\
to Washington.', Tort he held. acoalewce before the convention, which is to'last may be brought in,by the Ways and 'states'I or t1800'000 in stock, ,is to peasant is celebrating to-day the fourth
':wM, 'the' .iegisktoriL) >',.. .:. +ft\t 1. ...:days, js concluded' ,' it .is, expetted Means Committee majority.' 1 gJ.' .,.)'.Dr. Friedmann. anniversary of the birth of Princessuliana.known BAPTIST_SERVICES- ; f'or it.
: The minority'bf'the-House-will make* "Detv financial.returnFto-Dr. 1 -
that'practieellyevery old and ;- Affectionately as. Th! 1
fight in of the provisions realixing Friedmann through his visit ,to the ,Every-Christian and every winner
HEARD, ON ALL SIDES. new method of instructing the young;a some Orange Bud, whose ,birth was gen-
,- will be 'discussed. Dr. William M. however,.that with an immense United States, therefore, would be eraly regarded as, the saving of the in Orlando should have heard Dr.Poulson's {
:majority of Democrats in the House'I'$1,925,000 of which $125,000 is message yesterday evening.
Special to the SentinelWashington Davidson, superintendent of schools inj Dutch people from the clutches of the
of Columbia and the bill through unaltered by German No person present could go out and
April 29.CaUfornia'icontention ,of the District CaptJames I may go cash.Both war eagle.
was the underlying topic I F, Oyster, of the Board of Education the opposition to it. Whatever amend) Dr. Friedmann and, Morris As has been done on all of the lit. feel that a divine and powerful mes-
of.Interest, both houses today. The ,- were present at the opening ments are agreed to by he Democrats Eisner of the purchasing company tie princess' past birthdays, prayersof sage had not been brought by the
tariff in the House and the general session to extend the city's welcometo will be voted upon later as a whole, said last night the proposed plan for thanks were offered in the churches man of God.
topics in, the Senate, held the aisles the visiting delegates. The Cham- when the bill is reported to the House I the commercialization of the treatment I throughout the land and festivities The subject for the" evening wu,
of :speech, but the conversations be- ber of Commerce and the District of as a formality,.from the committee of j did not contemplate the exclusion ; of various kinds are taking place I"For What Is Life? And this question
tween senator and senator and representative Columbia Kindergarten Associationalso I the whole House, the parliamentarystatus of the poor from such advantagesas 1 in scores of communities. of all questions was given the
; and representative was allabout ] I joined in the welcome.Dr I of the house consideration at I the treatment might possess. The I For eight years after her marriageto proper definition. The preacher summoned :
the Japan spirit of congress; : Thomas M. Balliet of the Uni-' this time. ,doctor said he would make a full a German Prince, Queen Whilhel- every type of man upon the '
tfrom first to last was resolute, courageous -' versity ,of New York, delivered the Consideration in the House itself statement on this and other points in mina was childless. The Dutch prayed stand before God to give testimonyof
and, American in its maintenance -I first address the rest of the day being will be brief, the chairman of the committee I I'connection with the deal at 6 o'clock for an heir to the throne,and trembled what his conception of life is, the
of dignity and honor of the Re- spent in organizing committees and in of the whole House simply re- this evening. when they thought of what might skeptic, the infidel, the doubter and.
the man of God.Holding .
public and several of the most prom- receiving committee reports. porting the adoption of the bill "with happen to the little Kingdom if the
in his hand beautiful:
taent Senators and Representativeswere This evening Dr. Lightner Witmerof sundry amendments" by the committee CLAIM POLICEMAN WAS MEM. Queen should die and leave her consort Easter lily and quoting the a text, andTennySon's !
interviewed today on Japanese the Univrsity of Pennsylvania and and a very quick consideration of BER. as a claimant to the throne. If ,
words, "If I could understand
questions and all were unanimous in Dr. William Heard Kilpatrick of the the bill and'amendments in gross, will Germany was to be prevented from
this flower, I could understandall
the1' behalf that California has the Teachers' College, Columbia University be followed by the final passage of Chicago, III, April 29.-William clutching Holland in its warlike talons the mysteries of earth and Heaven
right to pass the bill and handle the will talk on the Montessori Methodof the bill and its forwarding to the Sen.I I Ohm, a patrolman, was named as the then there must be an heir. ," and then he asked if could-
question without the interference .of kindergarten of instruction at the ate. silent leader of a gang of seven bur-. Finally the prayers of'the people, that flower man
accept and
as a realty
':Washington.OFF Continental Memorial Hall, where all Representative Underwood said today glars in a confession by three of the' and the prayers of the Queen herself, one could no. Then in the,light no of
the evening sessions will be held. he expected the bill would be alleged thieves today. who had grown thin and sickly, thus say t
these mysteries, man was asked of .
FOR THE.NORTH. passed by the House this week. He Ohm was arrested and'taken to the adding to the fears of her subjects, he could Him who :
accept made the ,
BASEBALL RESULTS IN THE added that unless currency,legislation city hall, where Assistant Chief of Police : were answered. little flower and Him who made it to. i'
The'following party who have spent BIG LEAGUES. should be taken up, the tariff bill could Schuettler cut the buttons off his Rejoicing was unconfined. Holland
the winter in Orlando, left last night be passed by both Houses of Congressand coat and took his star from him. fairly went into paroxysms 'of joy,. grow. this .
was a message from.
in a private ear over the Atlantic Special to the Sentinel signed by the President, and Con- Information that the officer was in Celebrations were held everywhere. God. Christians
were brought
Coast Line for Asbury Park, N. J. National gress could adjaurn by July 1. league with crooks was brought to. Every good Dutch subject bought a the Divine One, and sinners constrained ,
;He party was in wharge of Mr. H. Brooklyn, 0; New York, 6. (13 in- Many members of the House who the assistant chief by attorneys for picture of the royal baby and now the to believe.IT '
',W. 'Lake. nings.) have not spoken in general debate, the accused men. They were told by infant's picture adorns about every
Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Lake, Mrs. Mc- Chicago, 7; Cincinnati, 2BostonPhiladelphia will talk under the five-minute rule !'their clients that Ohm, who walks a household in the kingdom.The E
: ,Caskr, Miss Helen Lockwood, Mrs.'A. wet grounds. beginning today on the bill. j'I,beat in the day time, "tipped them contract has been let ,for the PAYS TO ADVERTISE.
; .Lockwood, Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Tall- St. Louis-Pittsburg, no game sched off" to the places on his beat which erection of a sixteen-room apartment' -
man, Miss Martina, Shockley, Miss uled. BIG GARDENING they should rob at night They asserted house at Daytona beach. Have you ever noticed that when
Mary Pritchett, Mrs. A. F. Newkirk,I American. I I II that 'Ohm participated in the a duck lays an egg, she just waddles
: 'Mrs. E. A. McBride, Mrs. A. Naylor, Detroit, 5; Chicago. (12 innings.) Mr. J. J. Reeves, the expert gardener I profits of thirty-seven ."jobs" since COBB'S PAY TO BE $12,500. off after she has,finished the job and
Mrs. Ceo. McCullough, Miss ,Marion New York-Boston, wet grounds. from near Pine Castle was in I January. makes no noise about it whatever?
McCullough, Mr. and Mrs. James Ross, Detroit-Chicago and New York- Orlando Tuesday, transacting busi Ohm denies the charges. Detroit, Mich., April 29.- ) Cobb, But when a hen lays an egg, she
Miss 0. Sjestedt; Miss Johnson, Mr. Boston only ones played in American ness. Mr. Reeves has a farm that is 1 rated by most critics as the greatestball makes a whale of a noise.
and 'Mrs. James Reed Mr. Arthur player in the today will When you go to the store to buy
League. a delight to the eye and it is so well A NEW WOMAN IN TOWN. game receive -
,Reed and Mr. Geo. Potts. r South Atlantic .. kept that it is apparent to all that he $12,500 for the coming season. eggs, you do not ask for duck eggs,
Savannah, 6 Macon, 1. This was the official satement given you want hens' eggs. The hen has
; is a good husbandman Born to Mr.. and Mrs. A. M. Phil-
DAUGHTERS OF THE KING HOLD'I{| Charleston, 3; Columbus, 2. He has ,twenty acres where may be All parties doing, well, including the out at Detroit Baseball Club head- ,created a demand for her goods by
MEETING TODAY. {I Albany, 6; Jacksonille. seen fine crops at,all times, and also All parties doig well, including the quarters here this morning. legitimate advertising.
The annual ,"Local Assembly" of a thrifty youg grove just come into grand-mother and grandfather.Mrs. Ty has been holding out for $15,000 I When a stranger comes to town, or
the Daughters,of the King for Southern I i CRACK FISHERMAN GOES HOME bearing.Mr. Phillips will be rememberedas for months, but signed yesterday to even the home body, for that matter,
Florida, is in progress today'',at I Reese recently marketed 200 the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. T. play at the above figures. It is re consult the advertisements in the
the Episcopal church, and six delegates Mr. F. A. Purdy and wife left Mon bushels of Bermuda onions from two Hungerford, of this. city. ported here that Cobb received $9,000 newspapers when they want goods.,
arrived in the city yesterday day night for their home in Ashta- fifths of an acre and as he received'! Mr. and Mrs. Phillips reside in Port last season, and that after a long conference Don't be I a duck.
to. attend the meetings. Miss Catherine bula, Ohio. : $2.00 per bushel for most of themit .Tampa City, but are in Orlando at here yesterday, Cobb agreedto '
Levick and Miss Sarah Downes, In order to make the rest of us will be seen that they are a' profit- present It is said that Grand-mother play for 12500. STILL THEY COME \
I the,representatives from Tampa, are feel green with envy Mr. Purdy the able crop when properly handled. Hungerford wears the sweetest grandma Nothing was said by the Detroit I I
'the guests of Miss Mary Howard on last day of his stay bei-j walked out | smile in the market, while'grandpa club about the bonuses to be given I Yesterday six touring ears filled
Robinson avenue; Miss Martha .Mul-I on his private dock at Lake Concord COMING TO THE LUCERNE. has laid aside all his favorite whistles Cobb at the end of, the season. The I with northern people who have been
lett, from Daytona, is the guest of I and caught a five pound speckled Saturday, May 3rd, the greatest I and has ressurrected that old contract signed by the Georgia Peach I spending the winter on the East Coast,
Mrs, L C. Massy; Mrs. Mary Hone, trout. Not content with exciting our triumph of motion picture production song, "Be ,as still as,any mouse, for as"far as could be learned, calls only 1 were gliding around through the city-
and, Miss, >yer, of West Palm Beach, envy he filled four, barrels with as;'in three reels. I there's a boy in the house." for the salary. taking in the sights and the exclama-
,. ,are- being entertained at the home of fine potatoes as ever grew in dirt the J "The Exposure of the Land Swindlers The Sentinel extends congratulations Whether Cobb will receive more tions of delight and admiration of
'Mrs. H. W. ,Greetham, while Miss product of his lot, and shipped them 1 ," presenting Detective Wm. J. to alL next season is another question. The the beautiful homes and, sparkling
'Leaise Hindry, also of West Palm up home to show his neighbors who Burns, the world's greatest detectiveb contract calls for one year. Ty rePorted lakes really made us feel puffed up.
Beach, is with Mrs.'W. F. Armstrong. are just beginning to stick onion sets his greatest of all detective experi- WEATHER REPORT. for practice this morning, but The remarks of these people showed
in the ground, that they might see ences. -Showing, he dictagraph, howit will not be in the game for several that after all the city of homes, of 3
:Insure your property 'with Curtis the virtue of Florida sand. is worked and placed so as to receive Georgia and Florida-Fair Wednesday days. Ban Johnson will ntobably fine business houses, splendid school
.A'O'Neal, reliable companies. The Sentinel has a fish promise for evidence. This little tell tale and Thursday.Ssbteefbt hang a fine on-the Tiger outfielder for buildings and colleges is what appeals
next winter from Mr. Puddey and we I instrument: has convicted thousands of not reporting earlier. However, the to the American heart and pleases
Subscribe for the Sentinel > do not mean to let him forget il.Y. I law-defying criminals. I far alt Sevkhsl.. I amount is not expected to exceed $100. the human eye.
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;Oviedo, Fla., April'29.-)& Robot
Might, of Wright & Wadley Con- '
fraction Co., has gone to his hom.1n Lord & Bradshaw Showing of
s? Macon, Ga. Many,friends will'miss -.
__lii_ pleasantries IOrer). We wish to announce: to our Mends, and the public generally
\ :Mrs West of Lake Charm has gone that we'have formed a partnership under the New
: fir a visit.with) ,relatives: Nashville, Spring Suits
Tenn. above firm name, for general
Mr..and Mrs Hollenback,with their' .
: fcaghter. Miss Irene,- have gone for I i Real Estate and..Insurance '"
flft summer. I I and Dresses .
pr. Thayre, Miss Thayre, and Mr.j .
business and are centrally located in a ground floor office at
9yre have gone to ther summer
Me, in the north. 17 S.Orange Avenue, (formerly occupied by Hamilton & '
'Mrs.Howard entertained on Sunday I,
pests from Geneva. Millinery), where we will be pleased to meet all our old I friends WE'ARE SHOWING A BEAUTIFUL ASSORTMENT OF

Mr, and,Mrs. Schumann of Sanfard: and,to make new ones. SILKS AND SATINS, ALL COLORS, DRESS GOODS
ne the guests of.Mr.and Mrs. Swope. .IN: ALL'THE LATEST PATTERNS FOR OLD AND
Work on the Oviedo-Sanford road Our list of city and acreage property is surpassed by none YOUNG. WHITE CANVAS SHOES. THE DISPLAY
i I.going ahead steadily. The convicts -I
are at work right in town at and we havesome exceptional,taigaicc, OOMBAND, SEX CONTAINS ACCURATE ILLUSTRATIONS OF THE
'. ,meeting being conducted by: Lord Bradshaw! IS WORTHY THE ATTENTION OF EVERY ORLANDO
; Mr. Hope is still continued with good: 0' WOMAN. CALL IN AND ACQUAINT YOURSELF
attendance. Our Geneva friends I 17 S. lUNGE AYE. ,etLANW, WITH THE HIGH CHARACTER OF OUR GARMENTS
lime out often and join in the semI: AND THE

an.Mrs.- Robertson, of Geneva, was the'I .,..".'
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4 F lays this past week. .

with',The Mrs.Oviedo King Magazine and her Club daughter met LIGHT THE e"J K nner's New York

Mrs. Crawford, of Orlando, and all
't enjoyed a delightful hour of music PATH PROSPERITY

conversation. .
'Brick for a new building next the I :' Bargain Store
tviedo Bank is being hauled.. I 5 Merchants who use Electric Signs never lose
'Mr. T. C. Brannon has brought his I '
f ford home and Mrs. Brannon is hav-' their war+by choosing the wrong'road to suc-
}' mg great fun learning to drive.' cess. You simply cannot fail to attract new If You Would be Posted be a Daily Visitor to this StoreS
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rf paving brick for herself-and we ,like an irresistible ,magnet, drawing, all the for bicycle and
presume for all others,who may want trade within its reach: That is the reason I II11III1I11111111111111111111111111111111111111111111
IB J buy.>> That city is preparing to lay
a large area of new paving and is nat- they command the attention of buyers
tally discussing materials. Some DR; l. H. RAISDELL[ Optometrist

sn advocating, the insane folly ,offing For Every Store Owner j Mc ,
wooden blocks, but
) more area AND'
Stceeworto Dr. 0. P. AIM
; favor of manufacturing vitrified No matter how small his business, the Electric , .
trick right there at home and usingfta't Ai Wwk.
Unquestionably the latter opin- Sign is the cheapest and most effective An u the correct one, provided they advertising.Phone ... 9-
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led brick that will be sufficiently!
.> fctigh to withstand .the traffic to mit a sketch. .
which it will be subjected., This, wet No Trouble to Us.-No Expense You. HM ....... u n to date tom plot M! k pet- '
bl eve, has never yet been accom- pared to d..telt aiylMf WHILE YOU,WAIT.Alo '
.x dished in Florida, and if the Or- witkatkestock&Bd MnMrti to hMeerei :
ftado'people succeed they will be notmiy the pma tiM tab datfog back ..... jnt i, iwi .
solving a problem for themes ORNDO WATER[ & LIGHT CO.c HAND M W el Dr' AlIi JlWrittt- WkMt '
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:and; taxes. A friend I
' IOWA know sold his 2O-aere', ranch at 'the
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r' "'' north end.of Lincoln avenue for $28-
} 000,.and he is the happiest man',you Everything
4 ,Prea'the Cherokee, Iowa'Desocriitwe ever '
saw!since he got rid of it. He
$ gather some accurate,suggestions
told me that he was losing money
eeacenbff California. every: )'ear'on it There was too
1 We pihUah paragraph taken from much sand on J his place for oranges; :: IN. LACES EMBROIDERIES
,,, SHIRTS, ;
{a letter written by Ira Cochrane,now you havj to have very deep soil.Around .
j in California, to biz father who re- Pomona I MONAS, mm DWIAIL
see some very
,ides in Iowa: fine orange groves. In fact, I never FOR HOUSEHOLD ,GOODS 'AND : Y1
"PMadeaa, April 14.Dear Dad: .... anything so beautiful before the SUPPLIES. '
,* We hare been one year here now. The frost: They have just found oat that .
|r saying U in California,after you have they have planted orange trees on -
I lain a year in this country you cant land more suitable for walnut trees McCULLOCH'S
I believe any OM, and after three years and ,walnut on ground,more suitable , i
s TM cant believe yourself. I believe' for oranges. ,Soil changes, in very
IH, I feel it coming on' now. The short distances. We buy oranges for. DEPARTMENT
, democrat'ii M welcome u ever, be- five cents per dozen at the p\ckin;;
awe we beUne what we read in it, house- good at'that. The
very ? are
4 .t we dent helve half of what we afraid to ship them., It is bird t> OPPOSITE POST OFFICE ,
t read in the LM Angeles papers. After tell if they are frozen oa: ,not. !
. the cyclone in Omaha the extras were Just now they are booming San I CALL and BE
oat with treat headings-1,000 killed Pedro harbor. Five companies of laud
-=and if there is a little '180. likein
dealers give cheap rate twice a weekand "LOWEST PRICES ALWAYS" {
Iowa other states then the
or peoi give a lunch on their grounds; i
'i pie are fleeing by the ,carload fort il ,is, mostly side land they dredge
southern California to escape the un- and fill in six to eight feet deep with: I
I It \
f preeedented blizzards the east The pipes and then stake it out i in lets : ;
, Pasadena Star is the best paper. They and of course each bunch has had a t; 1: 1 i
sift it out thoroughly before giving man from Pittsburgh and a steal plantis Railroad'i! I
it to the people. Dad I just I 1
" found out going up at each place, trying to '
, who sent that flea to Dr.Biller. It was get the suckers t) bite; then they Have to Vacate this 1
Fred Kellog. The flea followed Mrs have ,an a 1.of salesmen and mo- j
Orosco from Mexico. But if the fleas
men who get five per cent a sale and :
t U the cause of keeping anyone away of course if you buy today you will y

I,from California you need. not 'be double your money in two years, for Am Offering Men and Boys'
i afraid ,to,,case 'now. t They all gotIi it is going to be the greatest harbor I

,Ii frozen last winter.- ,Those' fellows' thatwrote" in the world, and to,start,the sale the Hats Caps Etc.;, at Half J
from Long Beach that they had head one calls out cgents, fixes your '
* to bay ice to pit on their feet to keep maps. No, so and so is sold this a i
l cool wrote'a week too soon, for,they morning before leaving the office, or Any three ties in the house for $i.oo
|rIOt all the free ice they could use for coming down on the train. I saw last X .
': some time and they had left their Saturday a pretty *x man agent' and .
overcoats at home In Iowa. she had two cappers trying to sell a Lord & Taylor's 'Silk Half
"It.was,quite a frost for this part, lot to a, lady from the east. They
the coldest in 22 years,and the orages said, "Now I will buy>> this. one and V 3 pairs for $1,00
'; and lemons ,and.. flowers 4 got this, other lady will buy the comer I t
badly fresen. It was pretty hard on lot and you take the one in between I
the ranchman that had paid so much and we will sell all three.for 'a warehouse 1 J, J
for his land. The most of them,losttheir .
and double our inN
entire.crop of oranges- ands. .lentonse year's time.." And the money men have a a I CLARK L n ROBERTS[ O ,
,;doing lots,of! damage, to young capper that'mingles among us to fee
trees. They are sprouting up .fromthe of us:to see if it is any'use to try,fr
roots again and the'1arg rtreeaare : and keeps the agent informed of wha I
full of blossoms, so there will be we say and pretends to be a buyer
a good crop this'year again if nothing like ourselves: I take them all in; [ [
happens. It has given. the high it is just about as cheap as staying Before you go north for the summer [
price'of orange land a black.,ye.. I at,home., don't fail to let us send you the -
know some men.,who.,were trying to "This morning there was a thunder Weekly Sentinel It will keep you ,nAN R
purchase orange grove,at$2,000 per storm and hail fell Us boys thoroughly posted on the happeningsin Manufacturer ef i
acre, before the frost ,that'.say now had,a pitched battle on California this section. Call at the office:and Stone, Fancy o I ] {
nothing doing at f LjBO per acre.There street, -with hail balls. It has not let us show: you a, copy. It only : Ornamental I
,is an,awful expense;with an. orangegrove. been the like for fifteen years. costs .a dollar a year. : and
'Every tree has to be fumigated Livingston. -
for some kind of scale; then you '
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; .South Florida Sentinel The Orlando Sentinel addresses the'. -'lThe t

MOMWG AMDt&tmi w1sLT' Legislatureln this fashion situation. that California' presents

t. "Nearly :half the working time of to this country is a grave one
at tbt port dfct at Oriaado, the Legislature is now. gone and nota is sided
'..... u SMooi Cte Mifl IbtMt.8UB6ODPTION and not"altogether a Done
single important measure yet passed affair. '

lATMtTH1 there are number of questions California is being over. run by the When You Choose

of grave importance before this legislature little Japs who are acquiring thous- ,,
; DAILY SI@1T'INDI..s be threshed out ina
that cannot
ands of acres of their lands and'are *
:. One year ....................16.00 day and if this Legislature adjourns the most thrifty'growers and ,

r :SiX Months ................... iiFtn 50 ( without settling them correctly among
likewise merchants and ho- Gift of
"Jhwe Month ................. L35By they will thereby write their tel men prosperous of the state. I a Jewelry

wwi carrier fa OrUado N enta ptroath. own political obituary." They are a peaceable, clean, intel- .

.. DftHy tad Sunday. The word of warning is well-spoken. ligent class of people in most part

Ito Oriudo Monfac totfail en to fend Valuable time has been wasted. The and reliable and pleasant to do .business -

r >M Kit b Orlando at Cute OTtaft Book net results so far are a mental anguish with. THEN YOU MAKE A LASTING GIFT THAT MUST

Stow.W bill and a new county. But that which is held gainst them BEAR. EVERY TEST OF TIME AND JUDGMENT AND

will appmbte prompt ..,JaI tfttray Of the great questions before the by California, and not without rea- TASTE. WHEN YOU SELECT FROM THE STOCK OF

h not properly weds by ov earnsAderrtYtet body-State highways, the convict son,-is that they do not become citizens
the constitution ,
lease fee system, a new -
rate wfll to foraUHd a ap.klkatkm of the United States, and refuseto
reapportionment, primary declare allegiance to this government EVEN THE MEREST TRIFLE-IS CHOSEN BY EXPERTS .

THE WBOLY 8BHT1MKLrr amendment, publicity tax-great issues All the money they earn thatis WHOSE KNOWLEDGE AND TASTE HAVE WON

,.,r. fcy Mail, pottact paid ........$LOO1BI ; upon which depend the progress not absolutely necessary to their RECOGNITION.THE .
,Jdfna SWTINZU Orlando IMda.m and prosperity of the state-not one
business they send back to Japan,
Ora Cant Strut. ArcadtFfaM JhaIWiI definite BEAUTY, THE STYLE, THE WORKMANSHIP,
t ua. step.Baiting and contribute nothing to the institutions -
corporations swatting of this government.

P. SCHUMANN, Editor. designing lobbyists, trying to The Californians see danger in all EVANS' FAIR AND MODERATE PRICES ARE AS FAMOUS .

.JOSIAH FERRIS Proprietor. shut the people out of innocent amusecentsthese this, and it is possible that their vision AS EVANS' BEAUTIFUL AND EXCLUSIVE DESIGNS

have been indulged to is not so badly clouded as we at

WEDNESDAY, APRIL, 30TH, 1913., the limit of nausea.Constructive times suspect. But we can not risk COMPARISON OF VALUES INVITED.
? Public
hasty judgment

'" Bread cast upon the water is seldom improvements Saving money to the Representative Sissin in response to
; buttered. people? Humanity? Purer elections! the efforts of Mr. Bryan, said:

o What are these things, anyway? Why "If we must have war or submit to

burden our minds with them? They I for cried
Too many eye-openers will also this indignity, am war,
call for too much thought Mr. Sisson. "I am with the people of
c pat a man to sleep. Besides, we are, here to "stir up California in their effort to prevent
If you would be popular you most things." these aliens from: acquiring land." T. [vans the JewelerOPPOSITE
We to the wicked -
:be willing to pay the price. want see "I believe," said Mr. Sisosn, "thatno ,
Y o interests jump. non-resident aliens should be allowed -

Even Morgan's son does not know We want to disturb everybody and to hold a single foot of land in

much he has inherited. watch 'em dance. the territory of the United States: POST OFFICE:
bow money I
4. o When we have had our fill of this, What would Washington say in answer -
the legitimate enjoyment -
Six women can talk at once and get to the yuestion, war or submission -
we may have a few minutes What would Jackson ?
.along all right-bat no two men candoit ? say
left for serious business-for a -
passing What would Cleveland say? What

DAfter thought to the upbuilding of the would McKinley say? ..

the resolution is adopted it state. "I resent the efforts of Japan to

.doesn't usually do a great deal of So' soliquizes the average legisla- force us to submit to her demands."

.hard work. tor.And Is Seeking ExemptionsMr. -
0 thus they go on a Screaming Sission took the position thatthe

A tornado is unreasonable also in free;Comedy with a sixty-day Run! I I Japanese government in protesting
Let us laugh and be merry!
that H always jumps onto innocentbystanders. against the land legislation was
: The people pay the bills-and the endeavoring to exempt its citizens

0'The people must be amused.-Tampa Trib- from the operation of the laws of

woman with a baby and the une.CLEAR. States.

"The President and Secretary of
man without a baby. are always sorry.for
j each other.Montenegro. THE DECKS FOR ACTION State," said Mr. Sisson, "should only

o This is the season of the year for assure an alien government .that the For Day ,
all Floridians to clear the desks as people of that alien nation would be
:? ,!is little, but oh, my!!
well as the decks for action.In dealt with in accordance with the law
} afraid of the where
She is not powers
the summer while our friends of the state. Any other position
ji matter of principle is concerned. and tMWb1iiIinnN1[
'o are north we have nothing to do but would lead to the Federal, government -

When a man's head begins to swell get busy. Let us pull out from the .taking out from under the laws

he discovers that most of his old I pigeon holes those house plans and of the States the citizens of another EveningWear 'tllhIxIIJir

friends fools.-Atlanta Journal look them ,over once more and then nation. But all citizens or aliens res- _
set the machinery in motion for the ident in a state must be held subject
t 0 ,. .
t, 1If one half of the 'world doesn't repairs' we-had, contemplated the to its laws and to exempt_ the alien '

constructions we had planned, for .
would give him privileges 'over and
;know how the other half live, it isn't'the I
fault of the female sewing sorieties. Man is, always happy when busy. above those accorded to American
There is an abundance for us to do citizens."
this summer that will beautify the 'Representative Mann the republican -
k. and' enhance the value of human
city leader, suggested the United
A woman can come to a conclusion
living, so liberally that others seeingour States had constitutional right to
without the slightest trouble of reasoning
Personal Guarantee. .
it out- nd a sane ,man can't good works will profit thereby. treat with foreign governments to Our .
There is every promise .of a heavy secure for American citizens property

.y .do thatWe o winter traffic to Florida next winter rights abroad and that Mr. Sisson Accompanies Every Pair

and it is no wild guess to say that was contending that the foreign gov-
have a hunch that the good
i. -roads efforts of this legislature will every spare bed room will be occupied ernments did not have a similar
winterr and then some be
i 'have a Waterbury movement and be right '
unprovided for. Mr. Sisson contended that the
.of little account I
o The man who considers both his ple of California had the right to Marion B. yes

own best interests and that of his pass laws regarding alien holding of
,If the new tariff bill will enable the
friends will join the summer campaign land as in their judgment seemed best
ladies! to'put enough cloth in their
,for internal improvements thatis when such laws did not infringe upon
the Underwood
;skirts, the fame of
: being inaugurated.A the Federal constitution.
will ring through the ages.-New ; EXCLUSIVE MILLINERY PARLORS
'York Herald. Sission discussed at length points
lady received the following re of international law involved in the

ply from a neighbor in answer' to a dispute and declared that California
Its enough to make a half million
: question as to why she allowed her was endeavoring to do only what Japan Second Floor
1 'or a million men strike when one man
children and her husband to litter had already done.
has two and three votes at his disposal
up every room in her house. The sentiment Would Have Her Millions Here
in the determination of'matters of
will find lodgment in the ,heartof "If Japan now threatens us with

public 'imporl\-Californian, Bakers- every home-bving person in the war ,what would she do when millionsof

: ; ville, Cat land: "The mark of little muddy her citizens have acquired' land in ORLANDO NEGROES ARE COM CONWAY CLIPPINGS. tions. We will make no suggestion)

o feet upon the floor can be more easily our country," he said. PLIMENTED.A a word to the wise, etc. It is 'v
all of
You can't fool all the people
removed than the stains where the "I lay down the proposition that an well to joke about the old hay-s
r" but if fool only half
the time
you can little feet go into the highways of sin. alien population holding land withinour gentleman from Springfield, DL, The Piedmont Company, an enterprising and the country cousins, but after

.fit the people half of the time, and you take willnoon The prints of the little fingers upon borders would be a fixed and constant the home of Abraham, Lincoln, remarked firm located in this section, they are rather important factors
be able to auto
buy an the window cannot shut out the sun- menace. to a Sentinel representativethat is engaged in several business yen the prosperity of the town u vas

.a month's vacation every summer.- shine half as much as the shadow that I "We must'preserve to the American he had been in Orlando several tures. One is the sale of sweet potato country.

- Ocala\ Star. darkens the mother's heart over the' farmer the right to own the soil of months and that the conduct of the plants, which they are shipping in Mr. Futrelle, a brother of Mrs. R

0 one who is but a name in the coming our country without competition, colored people of Orlando was so far wholesale lots to Georgia and the Car- Peele, expects to locate his pou

If there is any man who loses the : years. And if Joe finds home a refuge which would drag down his standardof superior to that of the ,Springfield olinas. Owing to the cool weather ranch on the Lockhart property ow

tespect of his fellows quicker than an- from care and his greatest happiness living. I would not surrender it colored population that he had come and storms in those sections, the ship by Mrs. Harris. He had a large b
other it is the straddler and side step-
within its four walls, ,he can unless we had spent the last drop of to believe that a colored man could ments have been deferred until warm of brown leghorns, which he is bri
The who is ready to
per. fellow ever put his old boots in the rocking chair blood in American manhood and impoverished be white if he would. weather sets in. They have purchaseda ing here from Miami.
' to the side where he thinks the
.drop and hang his coat on the floor any our country for a hundred He said that there were several tract of timber land from Mr. R. T. Mr. and Mrs. Atha of Orlando
most plums are to be found.o
o day in the week. And if I stand it generations." thousand negroes in Springfield and Peel on which a saw mill will be located taking a great interest in the care

The Sanford Herald says that some I and he enjoys it, I cannot see that it that they did not show as much evidence I to convert the timber into lumber culture of their fine younggrove

is anybody's affair," for building purposes and several Mr. Peele's nephew, from N<
man from Orlando came up to San- A young lady who has been visiting ,: of thrift, norwere they as orderly
I the colored people of Orlan ''houses will soon be erected. They : Carolina, is occupying Mr. At
ford and promised that if the Herald in the east has returned with a as bushels of i
raised twelve hundred
Enterprising and progressive towns I
would be good, the Orlando papers new word which has been added to
,,j would be good. Wonder who that attribute much of their advancementand the slang vocabulary. Now, this wordis do.The Sentinel is glad to hear this sweet potatoes on a piece of cleared!I i Mr. Jones, of Crystal River, a to

's. man was and where he got his authority prosperity to energetic Boards of not supposed to be slang because sort of talk about our colored people land purchased of Mr. Wells last year er M. E. Minister, of this place
Trade. The larger the attendance at around and it will no doubt encourage them and from which they expect to obtain here for a month's vacation.

:.h...;: from. o the regular monthly meetings of such 'Boston it was and picked is supposed up running_ to. .have all.. : to even greater effort. many thousand plants. I I Saturday and Sunday, Quart

Boards the more successful the organ which most I I Most of our colored people are in Mr. Miles Summons,- of this place, Conference will be held at the M
'e' Let us hope there will be no backtracking izations thus favored. Novel ideas, the high-brow approval from the dustrious and are paying for good has cleared and planted ten acres of I!I church and the Presiding Elder ]
the anti- things have which come .
in the nutter are advanced to interest members and i! I horass. Some of them have very fine grapefruit on Lake Conway adjacent Bridges will be in attendance. Di
word is"fudgy"
If there were who i. great city of beans. The j I
alien bill. any secure their attendance at every regular homes and a well established business. to the well known Pink Grove. Mr. will be served on the grounds Sal
and that cverythihqj
doubted the wisdom of passing suchan meeting of the association with]i I means after the i Good schools are maintained for them t Stewart is the owner and has givenSIr. day. I
is If inquire !
act, those doubts must give way which they affiliate. We are glad Orlando | alright you and they have good church buildings ; Summons who is an experiencedorange Mr. E. J. Streuber expects some I
health of friend and the reply ,
; the sentiment that the state i is following this rule. If you !i I some and lodge of their own. ( grower, carte blance in the thoroughbred white leghorns'. i

& cannot afford not to enact such a are not a member, you should join. i comes i back that they feel "fine and Tie colored rooms:population of Orlandois'alright selection of trees and their culture. Erie, Pa., also a first class incu .'

ilaw,-:Californian, Bakersville, Cal. ? *",. 1 fudgy then you will know .tbat:. .they[ ; We have been requested to call the This is a movement the right d J
ine best of health
0' The Syrisn-American Club, one of;I are o' I attention of the merchants, business tion.; We visited his place lately

jfln ,a certain colored school the pupils Jacksonville's live and progressive organizations men and members of the Civic League found! a party from Orlando er'ng

,.: )were: undergoing a drill in tltej numbering abou T seventy -, The foundation for the mooamnet A'lodge cf the International Order I to the fact that there are no suitable a most delightful picnic dul

'v meaning and use of words. "John,"! members, will celebrateTthe! first which is being erected i5 Dignan Park|lof Good Templars has been instituted provisions made for country visitorsto followed' by rowing on the beaal

'Bald the teacher, "can you give mea |t anniversary of its organization tomorrow in Jacksonville, as Florida's tributeto I at Lake Butler and named Star oft : hitch their horses and feed them.I lake which is the finest body of *l
: the words 'de- I the wotnen of the Confederacy is Hope No. 2. This is only the second called frequent:
.'' sentence containing night. An interesting liter- {Our people are quite in the neighborhood. The dark I
debasement?'" "De feet musical has been t fast nearing completion. The officials lodge in Florida, the other being atSprings' the Beautiful on business '
feat and ary and ; program arranged to City of the water and the green sea
de an' de boY' fell which will having the work in charge say that Tarpon and would be quite.well fine!
slipped on. steps,_ for this occasion, N 11Y pleasure of the wooded banks make a

into: de, basement" announced. ,:John be followed([with delightful refresh I the monument completed' within .' find suitable a.ccommoda-j .'.' . .
triumphantly. "- 1'-,*. I ments. . .. nine months. } Subscn'be'for_ the.SentmeL_ : ",v;...,". _, ... ; ,.\.', .

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Ov Dilly arrivals, of Dry' Goods, Ready, to Wear Garments, ? Fancy Striped Serento cloth, 25c yard. QUEEN QUALITY AND SOROSIS SHOES FOR WOMEN

IJagerie, Beets and Shoes helps to keep'our comprehensive as- Striped Voiles in newest colorings and designs, at 15, 25, and Are rivals of sterling quality in Boots and Shoes for women.

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

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

Bating purchaser cannot; fail to make a note of, and having madea Made on Parisian Models, beautiful lacey effects, and hand been augmented by the arrival of a large line of White Canvas,

note, of them, an inspection is sore to follow. We endeavor to some crochet designs.. Also designs in combination embrodieries, White Buck, and White Kid Shoes and Pumps, in the latest NewT
keep up with the tread of the season as dose as we possibly can
exceptional values at $1.00, $1.25 and $1.50 ork styles at $2.00 to $4.00 the pair..

New Weaves and colorings in Silk Mixtures and Tub Silks
This department is more complete than ever, embracing as it Our line of this justly popular shoes, is better than'ever now,
at 35c to $1.50 per yard. .
does the newest colorings and weaves so fashionable at the present as we have just received several new lasts that we have never
The Siam in smart colorings @ 18c yard.
new moment. Specially priced at $1.00, $1.25, ,$UO and 200. carried before. In fact we are making this our strongest line TIn

The New Jaquard Silk Pongee Madras at 35c a yard.
Men's Shoes.
CORSETSA They are "GUARANTEED" and there are no

Black and white Foulards (hair line stripes) 35c yard., complete line of the well known "Warners Rust Proof" strings tied to the guarantee.. They must give satisfaction or

Cream crepe de chine (hair line effects) 15c yard. I goods in all sizes and styles. $1.00 to $3.00. WE WILL.

I. .. F. N. BOARDMAN, \ 106 South Orange Avenue .I:

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Mr. S. E. Lesher has dosed out his Mr. E. F. Sperry is in attendance| Mr. A. W. Oney, the popular night A PICTURE OF YOUR BACK YARD Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Peck, who spent

hWADH stock of jewelry and, with his wife, upon the State Horticultural meet at clerk at the San Juan Hotel, left last the winter in Orlando have arrived at

will leave Orlando in about, a week DeLani. I night for his home in Warrensburg, There are some places in town their home in New Haven, Conn. They

THE TUNER for their old home in Ohio. w I N. Y. where the spirit of cleanliness never visited many points of interest en

ORLANDO FLA. Mr. J. H. Saddler, of Oakland, pass-t enters. But the man with the camera route. }

Mr. Gilbert D. Leach, managing ed through Orlando yesterday en Dr. E. E. Bell and sister, after a has been there.
editors of one of the best papers in route to DeLand to attend the State pleasant visit to Orlando, left last There are some places so unsightlyas
Mr. Wm. Price, popular and well-
the South,the Tampa Tribune and Mr. Horticultural Association. I night for their home in Eastern Mary- you approach the city by rail that f'
John Carlisle of Gainesville is commercial man from New
Mr. ,
Frank T.: Graham, the Tribune's traveling land. the scare crow would refuse to abide
business visit to the city. York, who has been traveling this
making a representative, honored Orlando Allen &: Company have purchasedthe there. But the man with a camera I
section for years, is again at the San
with a visit yesterday.Mr. fine showcases and other fixtures Mr. R. G. Barnes, the clever travel- has been there.
Mr. J. A. Mellsom, of Birmingham, Juan.
and stock of S. E. Lesher and will add ing passenger agent of the Atlantic Pictures of these ugly spots and unclean -I
Ala, is a late arrival at the San Juan. E. J. Cox, one of the leading the same to their already large stock.;Coast Line Railway, spent yesterdayin places will be thrown on the -

agriculturists and horticulturists of This firm is doing a nice business and Orlando, leaving last night for screen at the Lucerne Theatre thurs- THE ACME TOUCH.
Hon. Thomas,Emmett Wilson, one Orange county, was in Orlando yester- attracting friends to their store. I Jacksonville. day night and every body in tows will -

of Sanford's prominent citizens, spent day on his way to DeLand to attend w be there to see their neighbor's back In the course of my work and experiments -

yesterday in Orlando. the state horticultural association, The regular monthly meeting of the i Reverend Mary Safford, who returned yard and their own black cat on the with pianos, I have discovered -

which is now in session in that city. Woman's Relief Corps will meet at i C Saturday from Tallahassee, fence. a means of action adjustmentfor
W. D. Jones of North Dakota, and the home of Mrs. E. F. Sperry on.where she spent several days in the The ladies of the Civic League have upright pianos that brings the action -

L N. Irish, of Wisconsin are lookingover Mr. H. M. Hull and wife of Richfield Thursday, May first at .three p. m.!i interests of the bill for Woman's Suffrage entered upon a cleanup campaignand to the highest point of mpowd,..

Orange county real estate. Springs, N. Y., who own a beau- By order of the president. I received a telegram yesterday the man who refuses to obey their ness. The change is unmistakable '

tiful winter home on Palmetto street 4-29 2t MISS CANFIELD, Sec. I announcing that a special order had requests kindly made, will get free the improved FEEL of the keys made
Mr. Thomas L. Daily has closed his in this city, have gone to their northern been placed before the House, and advertising that he will not be proudof doubly responsive and pleasing to the
fine home on North Orange avenue home. The Sentinel will be it will be well to attend the performer. During the next three
a Mr. E. 0. Marshall, one of our esteemed in response to this message, Miss Saf- so x
,and ,has gone to his home in Penn- weekly visitor:Jo their home. New England friends, who ford left last evening for another visitto Lucerne Thursday night and see just months, I wish to tune two hundred

sylvania. spends his winters at beautiful Al- the State Capital how it'looks and the chances are that pianos in and around Orlando, and
you will profit by the lesson you get without extra charge, will give all
Philip T. Concord, Giles A Bailey tamonte Springs, is now on his way -
J. C. Fitmort and wife, who have
that in the will upright pianos this most
St. and Jos Ramsey Qf Pennsylvania, to his home at Banks Village, N. H. See my display add. and many places city delightful
been spending the winter at look better. I touch improvement Next winter
made I
be to
real 4-293t
are looking over Florida The Sentinel will carry him the news
,Petersburg are traveling northward with a view to becouJug purchasers. from Orange county each week. Up with the curtain, down with the expect to charge five dollars extra for '

and stopped off here yeiterday. They will'visit various points in Orangejcouqty The weekly visitations of the Sen-'I bill boards. the readjustment independent of the ly

,,and., _indicate a liking for tinel when you are away from Orlando tuning.
Mr. Thomas Crooks wife and
: left last SOD.,
HIM 'y irginIa'Sonthgete - 'm t # ,4 4-26 6t
Orlando.While. I is like receiving a weekly letter ATTENTION 19R LEAGUE. WADE, the tuner.Slunnibarrtr'i .
night for Washington, D. C., after Thomas Jr., and'daughters, Elsie and
left last for from the city, telling you everything. -
Grace, night at midnight
having spent an enjoyable winter at
that is here; The ladies of the Junior Leaguecall
the home of Mrs. Chas. G. Lee. a negro youth was absent their home in Ontario, Canada. Their of interest transpiring for bicycles at!
II attention the of the
-,...- from home, his father heard that he beautiful new home on East Central and hereabouts. It costs you each, to meeting Sundries. II

Messrs. J. E. Hart, Sr., and J. E. I was married, and upon his return avenue will be in readiness for them week but little more than the priceof League Wednesday afternoon atthe,
Lecture of the Methodist churchat
C. said: "Rastus, is you married?" "Iain't by the time of their'' return in the a postage stamp and you can get room
Hart, Jry of Edgefield, S. are "
three o'clock. All children invited
I the from it times this amount of are -
saying ain't, replied son. many
pending .today in Orlando on business. fall. winter visitorson but the older ones are urged to
ain't'xin information. Many Paul A.
"I you is you ain't; I's axin Horn
They are guests of the',San
attend election of' officers will
aint is?" the eve, or their departure for as an
J aD. Captain S. M. McIntyre, one of the their northern homes are subscribing. : take place.
loq -time residents of Altamonte CONTRACTS
I If have not, why not? The sub- PRESS REPORTER. W4B11ILBER
G. D. Brooks, of Lima, Ohio, is in Mr. W. M. Haynes, business manager Springs, was in Orlando yesterday on you I
buildIng I of the Sanford Herald, was in scription rates and $too: a year, 15 REPAIRING A f'
Orlando, looking up figures on business. When joked about livingin months 50 cents About the most exasperating thingwe SPECIALTY
cents for eight or
material as he expects to builda Orlando yesterday and called at the Seminole county, it was plain to be know of now days is not to be ableto
Sentinel office. Mr. does not for six months. P. 0. Box 624 Orlando, Fla.tllllllllllllllllllllill .
home on a lot which he owns in the 'Haynes seen that he did not relish the idea. go ,fishing when the "finny tribe"are
city. show any disappointment whatever He said Orlando would still be, his I "
fine. ,
reported "biting
that the'county was divided. Come business point. The King of .five cent cigars, Finders -:
"H. H. P." made in Orlando, sold
Mr. R. L. Lambert came up from again neighbor and stay longer. Sentinel is vehicle '
by all dealers. advertising space a -
Leesburg yesterday and is hobnob- Mr. R. M. Curtis was in Orlando that carries its patrons to affluence h
bing'I with the elite of Orlando. Mr.[ Mrs. Victor Starbuck, who attendedthe yesterday. Mr. Curtis, instead of returning -everybody reads the morning .v
lAmbert always finds a hearty welcome State Legislature last week,where to Virginia, his former home I Men and Boy's Hats, Caps and paper and patronizes the firms that Autos For Rent at j

in the City Beautiful she made an address in behalf of the will take a position in the new banking Sweaters at, half price. list their bargains in it. ra
Woman's Suffrage movement, says house, the People's National Bankof Any Hoar
Mr. C. W. Mitchell, a former well- that she enjoyed the visit very much Orlando. Mr. Curtis has been with In our Conway correspendence is a

.. known resident of Orange county, but but was not impressed by the appear- the Munroe &: Chambliss Bank of this To. date it is not understood that suggestion about hitching posts, or

,,. who now divides his time between' ance of so many lobbyists. Especially city for the past two years. He. is a the new Chinese declaration of independence rather the lack of hitching posts in Sevea P&seiger

Brookline, Mass., and Lemon Bay, 'the whiskey lobyists who stay valuable man in any bank and has has resulted in strike of the Orlando that it will be well for the STEVENS DURYEA 4
,Fhu, was in Orlando for a short while! there during the entire session. ; made a great many friends in this expatiated Chinese laundrymen for City Council to consider.

yesterday.: city who wil be glad to know that he higher prices for shirts and collars.

I Men and Boy's Pants at half price. will locate near us instead of return- I Automobile and dress gloves a thai I Ride to a Good Car

Subscribe for the Sentinel 4-29 3t CLARK ROBERTSON. ing to Virginia.-Ocala 'Star. ANTED-Clean ags at this office. price. CLARK ROBERTSON. t
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FOR-The Methodist church to the I 'Phone 34 R RI
highest bidder. Sealed bids ac-
SALE cepted to May 6th, 12 o'clock I II
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s price
I' TROUBLES concessions and by great moderation l'I .
New upright piano cost $400.
V BHNG. AmEDDisinterested of Ipeech/Burton on the:'other hand I IN "QRANOMA'S.'DAY scales, cost $85. Platform
tht U"" Wets
When TheLoewe
"i-t"-- aulVtcmed Intent also four show
was in near-hysterics: , scales, cost $15. cases, THE
'* the issue. ,He seemed Their Lofty tests eight fine Durock and Berkshire three
and forcing ,Summer Hat With
orange growers on
% : Somebody, Burroughs.1 believe said months pigs. First class two year
?> fair minded buyers see in the present to want nothing but war to the knife.e- ,Rendni cent Air, "the: notion that tbe mother dqck takes old mule colt. Address Bargains. this

T Exchange contest the finish of ,that Four association directors,dncludin g 'the young birds one by:"one'la her beak Office. 25-'1t

I useful organization unless Burton is the presidents.of two Pioellas associations i. and carries them to the creek is doubt CAR

L4 summarily dismissed the same u W. were'eye-witnesses of this I Jess erroneous." I could not see bow FOR RENT-Flat of five roams on

7 CU Temple. " scene. It appeared Cl fo us that Burton else if could be done, writes a.contributor ;all Main modern street near conveniences..Lake Lucerne First with THAT EVERYBODY

5 ,Itis evident that it is sight be- knew,the'attitude of the' majority of to,the Youth's Companion, and 1 floor reasonable rent Apply Sen
Were believed that the time spent several valuable days of several tinel office. 4-26 3t TAIlING
tureen these two men :who jeael- the,bo rd.and
in to find out
different years trying
'' 'one of'ucJi (other'and each assumed for him to become the autocrat of the I
how it was done.
i, tq* exercise power and privileges ,not exchange had arrif L It has still The thing that puzzled me was bow ESTRAY-I estray one Dunn have taken Cow with up as few an ABOUTASK

?' .hik more that appearance at this writing, the ,mother wood duck (Aix ,sponsai white spots., Crop, upper and under
> For 'the 'good of the 'growers 'to but sometimes appearances are de managed to get her numerous progeny bit, in one,ear; crop bolt in the other FOR BEMONSTKAimi'

i whom the) Exchange serves a useful ceptive.. s down from their lofty,.cradle' and'upon ear. Brand single'"0" J. G. Lee,

: purpose it is to'be hoped that the men 'In\the interim between applications the water without injuring,:them. l Pine Castle, Fla. tf SEE
,was not alone in my'.ignorance::some
who are the source of the disturbance of surgeon's plaster ad! soothing
? very eminent ornithologists hare won FOR RENT-Four room cottage fur
,will be removed and'that the members syrup, Burton 'was working; on the dered about the matter as well ,nished, Concord Park, one, block! MAGRUDERWELCOME

? 'will reorganie their official force that members of the board uiii unceasing After a.,fire .mile pull,one,hot June from,Orange'Ave. $10.00 per month. .
'of the Exchange may and certain'degree of intel Inquire Wm. Coryell, Concord Ave.
the business ; method a day I let my boat tie in' the shade of ,

u ;,mpve head without interruption., ligence. He managed lie make some some lofty cottonwoods,that grew Apr.27 May4.U1 .

k- ,The Sentinel has no interest,what- members believe that the moon and the lake shore, while Ilay back and Patronize Sentinel advertisers. II

a. %ver'in 'the affair, nor in either man, stars of the exchange depended on its, watched the play of shadows on thf

; ',but is interested in the grower,and headquarters ,remaining in Tamp + calm water.A TO
NrR'n ra V by attracted attention
splash near my
r v- does,not want to see an organization Concerning that feature no opinion is
; and I looked round to see a mother GOOD WORK MULES '
wrecked' that can be of so much use here expressed, further than to suggest wood duck just ..alighting. There ROYAL PALM

to the grower. that the argument appeared to was-a little one by her side,'.but'1'did

4 We reproduce some correspondence be quite potent with certain one. not see how it got there. In, a moment : For Sale BARBER SHOPModern
:I from the pen of Mr. Eugene L Pearce Therer were other directors who were FOBOETiOQCOT CBOWKZO BAT the old duck rose circled' a few ,

.director of the 'Pinellas Citrus Sub caught by the sophistry of the Democratic :This is the very latest hat for the times to gain altitude and made dtrect and Complete.

--Exchange that will throw some light party scarehead. These men summer girl; and it is adorably reminiscent ,for a hole in a large dead,tree a H. G. Harper

'on the"subject were not abl or did not differentiate .of her grandma's day. Blue few rods away. The bole was at.least Everything new, individual
forgetmenots' are massed in low effect sixty feet from the ground. The duck electric attachments at every
5', "The embroilment which now threat between two\Jnited States Senators South Hughy St. Phone 534
; her body through tbe openIng
of and squeezed
over a plaque leghorn chair. No stone has been left,
Fens the disruption' of the strongest and four congressmen, and the Democracy streamers of Dutch blue ribbon fall and disappeared. She came backIn unturned to make this ,
c ,growers' organization the state has of ,Florida, which said party' is from a' bandeau which tips the little a few moments with a duckling In '

** had was originally a personal matter ''of a certainty the rank and file of the hat forward over the face. her mouth. After resting for, a moment Hauling. all kinds, and plowing meet th erequirements of the

,between' the general managerY Democratic citizens-sixty thousand she came sailing down and' placed most particular. Plenty of'
'looked after.
William C. 'Temple,:,and the general strong. Of these sixty ,thousand, five FOR WOMEN INVESTORS. this baby beside the first One aft' carefully room. Courteous attendants.
another she carried down the entirebrood
i'r: sales, manager R. .P. Burton. A certain thousand I are orange growers, whose of eleven little yellow and black ELIJAH WHITEHEAD,

grower who had voluntarily resigned bread is rather.closely connected with Here Are Ten ,Donts That WillUseful B. fluffy balls. They flapped their tiny GIVE USA TRIAL Proprietor.

from an association, of which any tariff schedule affecting citrus to Plungers. wings and fluttered In tbe water as if Orange Ave. Orlando, Fla.

he had been a director from J the date fruits. Don't speculate. It is'better to keep that were not the first time they had I

_r of its existence until said ,voluntary However. a certain .number of directors what you have than to risk losing i it ever? been in swimming.The .

: resignation; applied for reinstatement were taken in this net-towit, all in order to make a little more. mother duck returned once more
Don't expect your money to earn 10. to the tree to make sure that she bad
spedalship s contract of the state elevated
2 upder a that six citizens When want of theEMERGENCYSUPPLIES
per cent It is too much to ask of It. Dot overlooked one, came back, placed you any I
though the asociation from to and dignity by the Democracy
power Don't hide your money in your house herself at the head of the procession i
which this grower had resigned"was Florida. were thereafter to be There are matiy more burglars ,than called softly to ,her babies and swam EVERYTHINGIN

v still in existence and its membership considered the, actual and total Democracy there are dishonest bankers. Trust the away followed by the entire family, mentioned in I

-J i \owned groves: in the immediate rather. than merely the tip ,banks' but don't trust the ,burglars In single file. JOHNSON &JOHNSON'SHandbook ,
neighborhood. The application made of the animal's ears. Don't buy from brokers' you do not -

u through the'"medium.of, Mr. Burton! By such methods and arguments, know. Tbere are a great many good When Ships Wtrt Built In the WoodsIn % I:I '
ones of whom yon may readily Inquire. colonial days the shipping for,our i
,was.,resisted by the general manager, .the attention of the majority of the FEEDFOR
Don't put faith In a -tip" Croesus home trade and for sale abroad wan
and .Mr.' Burton resented the action directors was at length diverted from '
.I never had a tenth as much money asis built 'chiefly in the district of Maine
,of ,the general manager. the real issues-namely, the relative
i lost every year by persons who invest and in New Hampshire. These two
: ,In the incipiency of bad feeling thus value and past services to the exchange in tips on the stock market colonies built rather more than one- oI'First -

;' engendered it appears that Mr. Burton of these two men, their present Don't .as a rule buy mining stock half the entire ,American tonnage in

'was. in .error, on two counts: ,,value and comparative worth to ,for an investment Some are excellent the 'days mmediately preceding the Aidhere

o,(I First, he was interfering ,with' a de- organization. the original blame but more are not when considered in Revolution.. Tbe older ports could nol I LIVE STOCK:

,, partmeht which,in no way concerned for the quarrel' and the attitude toward the light of Investments.Don't compete with tbe new settlement*
whole,business to expect the security you purchase amid the tiuber When the great tree
him, since his was, each of the mass of the membership
I I to advance quickly. This will bad been' exhausted on the river banks is the place to get
: sell,fruit and manage fruit salesmen; same being, rather a vital consideration from almost certain disappointment mile LAUBACH
save you gangs of shipwrights went a or
r whereas: membership,' special ShiP-1 I ,in a co-operative"business. two into the forests and here on the them. Call or 'phone. \

tl pers* contracts, or contracts of Finally fairness and level judgment Don't buy any stock or bond as an glands would build a vessel of 10"tons The Grain Man.

t sort,other than,pertinent,to,the direct i were thrown ,to the winds, and when ,investment that bas not been inexist'' or. more mount .her on strong Co

x f ,sale of the fruit, would naturally have I II I I Burton was accused and admitted ence for a considerable time., A dividend : sledges of timber, hitch on a team 01 DeLaney Drug ,Sirch Street Ptat 18

1. i come, under ,the general. manager's!I having speculated in fruit the majority paying record is an'- excelteot 200( ( "oxen and drag it in one steady pu!< Orange Avenue
guide to follow.Don't over tbe snow to the frozen surface ,
department of the board,had reached such
s. I. let your money lie idle. Make of a navigable stream. ,Such team of i
; Mr. Burton;, should have known as stage of partisanship that they -- -'
a .worked
it work, as you have probably oxen, would be a1 quarter of a mil
tf; .well that the special shipper's contract were prepared to consider this action to get itDon't I long, and it,took the,teamstershlp of h. MMMIIIIMIIMIIIIMMIilMIMMMHMMMMIMMtFor .
was never intended for such Burton's merely "in golong" and "short" of a
on part as major general to start them all at
cases;' but was a makeshift_ arrangement discretion and "an error of judg- stock at tbe same time. Your brokeris once It was called "raising them.4 the Ladies of Orlando :

to include isolated growers tent.". On ,the motion to dischargehim the only person who can possibl; and this! work once done nothing 'ruse ,

where, for lack of, a membership no being put and seconded the overwhelming make a profit out of such a transaction stop them till tbe ship rested on tiff DEMONSTRATION :
association could be formed. majority voted for Burton'sretention aa he gets tbp commissions. Jce.-Boston: Globe. If you have any combings don't throw them away.

/ Temple: a man .imperious tera- notwithstanding his admitted of hair' .
Yon have in your city, L Gold, a goods,
' 'per.l Burton is, a;;.man.of the :same New Lingerie Slip. It Was on Fort.You .
acts. I
: at Dade City Fla but recently from Chicago, where you'
emotional and r The elaborate frock of embroider say that there Is i movementon ,
type-by' nature more .I and lace does not entirely depend ocIts footr .can bring your combings and have a switch braid, transfor.

less':capable of control Matters between trimming for, its smart.effect Under -Sure- you expect it toll on piece of hair work you to have
:a\ ,these two men went from bad ,July, 4th wil be a red letter day inthe many
it is fitting tons
I worn a perfectly horseback or in an automobile, or perhaps I; made
to worse, _t the meeting of March history of Kissimmee, on this In an airship."-New York Press. I- $L50tef&50
19 thereabouts the dirccotrs, in date the corner stone of the handsome
or .
which is t being Also carry a large line of finest quality French cut hair,
L my opinion, made an h.>nest and tact- new Methodist church; > We sometimes have those little rubs
r' ful effort to heal the breach, which I erected there will be laid and a big which Providence sends to enhao't which we make to order to match. demonstrate the work

4 Temple assisted by several distinct I barbecue wil be held. the value of Its favors.-
l ;+ hair goods. Switches, 14 oz., 50c; 1V& oz., 10 and 20 :

q 7 ins long, $1;.2 oz., 24 ins. long: 1.50; 2/ oz., 26 ins. long 2.25
BUSINESS WE ,HATCH ALL SHADES. Silk hair, nets 86 ins. :
h ", Ni Boosters (classified advertisements long 6c. Donf fail to can daring this week for our low

) received after 10 o'clock, prices. Goods on display at
midnight, will be run in the "Too Lateto

i 1 J\Ii" Classify" column. I- F. 1ST. BOARDMAN
: ta k Boosters of five lines, or leas approximately
80 words--one 'time, 25 : ORLANDO FLORIDA
1L tY' cents; three times 50 cents; one
%' tiN (six daily and one weekly editions) '
r $1.00; one month, $3.00.

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: iy 2: I'A BARGAINS-For Sale two lots best
part of beautiful Colonial Park.
Also fast, gentle young pony, harness
and buggycomplete. Enquire at Sen-
tinel Office. 27-3t

j FOR SALE OR TRADE-A five passenger -
Rambler automobile, 24H. BUSINESS COLLEGE
P., for lots or acreage in or around
a Orlando. Address M. P. WOLLAM, .
Orlando, Fla. 4.26 3t
: Your:athlete demand free-play boot for the k

.. bones and 'muscles of hit feet-The Gotham is FOR touring HIRE-Nice car. Large seven and passenger roomy. MODERN COURSES IN

an athletic last 4-20 tf J., B. MAGRUDER.BUY .

Are you one of these men who have a pretty definite a lot in Thornton Park, a nice Single and Double Entry Bookkeeping. Corporation

idea of.what they want in shoe? "Hang the styles" suburb in east part of the city. Carl' Bookkeeping, Banking, Shorthand,

say you. "Give me a good natural shape with Jensen.
Commercial Law
plenty of toe room and a sensibly rounded toe." If OAK HILL is the beautiful subdivision Typewriting, Penmanship, ,

: you say that to a salesman, you are pretty sure to get to the Northeast of the city and Commercial Arithmetic, Spelling and all

one of the handsomest Shoes'in the Regal line- the Or 8HECB FBESCH MAIK8OOK. I I still have some choice lots there. Branches of Civil Service.
r u Gotham. This shape was good ten years ago and I Carl Jensen.WANTEDA.
dation slip consisting or narrow, petticoat '
will be popular ten years hence. It comes as near '
and brassiere. Tbe slip pictured position as aaanager,
t berg right as any shoe that was ever built. is of sheer French nainsook trimmed 'caretaker and collector for non DAY AND NIGHT CLASSESExperienced
resident property owners. By man of
with val lace and ribbon.
Gotham Black King Call experience who can give it close at
- "- Teachers in Charge. Diplomas
and Tan ,Russia Calf tention. Address. Collector, Sentinel
t Brogue Btochtr Oxford x Woman Mosaic Worker. .4- Granted and Positions Secured for Gradu
Miss Gertrude Martin is the only
tdx FOR SALE-New seven-roon house,
$4.00 woman master mosaic.worker in Eng. ates.
with an modern improvements.
c' land and two new mosaics her work $3,000. Win take autoaobfle. in part Patronize Home Institutions.
: were unveiled In the lady chapel of pay. Address Owner care'SentineLWANTEDA
f the Westminster Roman Catholic cathedral
at Easter The method she business partner in a

Y uses I* the same that was employed manufacturing business with well For Prices and Terms caD on or address:
3. by the andent Italian masters who established trade. Need more make
I and will take partner or will a
worked in St Mark'sMiss Martin fa

,by profession an artist, baring studied I 000 stock capital company Plant with up$15,000 to .date to and$20-in,

R.EGALSBrown '>to England and in Paris and two excellent condition. Address Manufacturer .11 Urll Bnzess College
years ago took up the work of mosaic. in care of Sentinel tf I ItlU1.RMI
k ,'She says it is work entirely suited to
a woman if she does not mind getting FOR RENT Furnished, my cottage
ti.a &Lartigue her hands dirty. Any novice can work on Lucerne Circle was. A. KnoX. FMNE5J7
at a background she says but some
1e training as an artist is necessary for FOR ,SALE-Overstreet TurpeatinCompaQ' M IIJIIRG ORlANDO'
' . ,
'. the other work. Stock InquireatJfte .. ..,. ,
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TWiing* rieehoe Railroad t CI7rVt Experience i:, tII on< Before Y au

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Capital $11III.M.Thai
art Sarphs art CrtMfci laws .

SAVED, ''BY.. A:WEIRD. -- WARNINdJ ...... ,. tesi ifcese.trTaTO. Mrien-.

>e Remarkable Signal Light That _. OaiRi7A et'tM 0rIIMI1IIIk..

Summarily Stopped Two Trains That k. c.., 1& fleas,si Bu's---. v .
Were Rushing on to Certain Destruo. "
: April lets, UU-". 1a..
tier In a H..d.. Colli.i'. n:. Consider
nth AnfTfmry d Quality Style t
Once upon a time if any man hadanted ,

me' if, two JocomotiTes',rushing UsExistmeRESOURCES .

toward one another head on and with -- Price and then choose
no human agency, between could aroid _' X ,
a collision 1 would hare replied. Not U r .}s I

by any earthly power.", Since I hare ?

had my fling at railroading as a Grand 5 .
Trunk brakeman in Canada bowerer, Loans and Diicroais.9MM97.HOrtrdrafti

1 do not feel so cocksure about impossibilities. HUI
I venture to,.say that any 1 Real 'Estate,' FonHot Allen & CO. e

man who passed through that affair at and Fluorea .....ct.
Bandy curre. in western Ontario find { Stocks aad Bonds flMHUt J u
tog himself as suddenly rescued u be 4- .
F r..h OA band and. lab 86."?...
, ;
in would
suddenly peril not be &1
too glib:in',future regarding wbat can ., JEWELERS
and wbat cannot happen. kt tint Total .|.,Mttt

t ,0n one section of my nm lay what r

was probably one of' tbe most dangerous m LIABILITIESCapital Orlando, Florida

curres' on any railroad route in .
Stock .UOO.MMO
America outside the
Rocky mountains.
I, Ssrplw and UndhUed
They called it by many names-Sandy
carve, the Horseshoe, the Derll'i elbow Fronts IUwI

and the Switchback-but of all Deport* MU15JS
descriptions none fitted it so well as
Let Us Regulate Your Watch
the Horseshoe,1 for ,the track I formed t Total ................I789JIM8L
exactly stbat;shape. 'lD order:to save ,. a
the cost of, a tunnel the construction .j -

tl engineers,bad, taken the road around MlII.ING GDAMNTED

the)/head of a.,mountainous eM'thatjutted Deposits April 4,111.11871, I
out into,the lake and then back Depoatta AprIl 18, BU... MM1UIInerease

the 100yards points of to the the curve ma1DJ loomed ncL Between an ugly Hulas 6sesransat, State sad Caaaty Piiaailtfj la If days ......$.l1661se

wall of granite 900 feet In height a .I . . - - - - _ . . . . . . . - -
. inihiiiiiModel . . .
r barrier absolutely impenetrable to 0 - - - - - - - - - - - - - - .

UiJat and'egacde The'med roadbeds, e

forming,the two sides of this curious IIHIIIillllMillllHIMtMIIIIMMMIMHMIIIIIIIIIMHIMIMIIIIIMtMMI. M !
piece of pioneer construction bad their 'r

point of contact of course, at the toe Grocery

of the shoe, beneath which lay the .
glistening waters of the lake. The LATEST r

Horseshoe curve was notorious J for ,a 18 West Church Street
long series of nasty accidents.It <\ I

; was the 7th of Norember and miserably IN I _

"dark",and-.foggy. Fire, miles FANCY AND STAPLE GROCERIES. NEW AND j I aFRESH
from tbecnrvlwu..as8lng'aceo4ean THE LINE OF UP TO DATE DRY GOO CLOTHING, :

open platform between two coaches I: II
when I beard our' whistle shrieking. HATS AND. SHOES, ALSO LADIES READY TO WEAR .

la the forest of spruces and thosQjly I: : w. Give Ow:PerwaaLAtUfttlaa..OR CwUaen ailGwraatee .
galleries'of granite the sound. echoed I: Satisfaction aa* Proapt DeHrery
ajtf hlobbedaWIW t feU to a murmur. MON. SATISFACTION GUARANTEED OR MONEY I .
Atthat: : moment It seemed to me'that Gift Usa ,TrIal

caught the blare,of another, whistle "REFUNDED: \ .
a:trifle louder than oar last echo. A
shudder ran down my spine and I 'Sl htler Bros., Proprietors F

leaned far out on the steps but noth ,
tog Auld be seen and the sound was Salomon OrlandoGROWING '
not repeated. I mentioned the incident .
to the conductor but be only

1 me forget the blast I had beard sifting
oat of the spruce trees and 4 knew in s
my heart that It did not come from FORAGE CROPSMr. Per Sale,at at Cigar Stem

our locomotire. J -- (kIodo' Newwt Cigar Made ii Orkife.
To keep my mind off my fears I went: H. L. Beeman, proprietor of the UNDERTAKER ARMSTRONGThe
forward to tbe baggage car and chatted Havana and Florida Wrappers
popular San Juan hotel, is not only
with the, ttnewr.Then I fell asleep .
on a bench. a, prince among hotel men, but is a : Try OM aai Be CMVlneei

"Crunch diet and then a final iiti king among florists and an expert in PINS s 8TREErr

of crunches. agriculture.He .' HERMAN H. FINDER M'f'g'r'x

,,1" knew that meant the air brakes, has at his palatial home southof .

and-jumped on to the limit In an instant lake Lucerne one of the largest and! 212 Soutfc Owce . J

I was up and grabbing my lantern finest collections of roses in Orlando, tttMlilHIMiMIIIMIItlHMillHUIIHillMIIIIIII
tumbled through the door after ;
and he delights in cultivating them
-the The long train was P
news agent. D
winging far out on the Horseshoe and spend many hours,working with House TOU lUll f

curvet Tbe lurching and grinding of them and pruning and training.themto Orlando Opera ,

the brakes were like the torture of a most( shapely forms., I asoarHand I orwfcetrd a preanent barlw as

nightmare. With a last painful gritting The tract of low land in,the rear of 2 ... elth ff ."....
of.the buffers th.tiatD'tiameo; the home he seeded to grass about Nights, Friday ai Satartay, May .2,3MB neat n ....

a standstill Passengers, conductorand : .a year ago and, now has one of the :& Son bosgbt "IL Jut ;It'' tuG', ... ... bM'A..Ilta0q .
train crewereg: forward
a great alarm but before we could finest pastures in the state, and the Frank .Powers and his *' " p. &.i : ."'."tmi to:I:nil \
half dozen sleek looking cows that : J. own for an Orlando man ses .. hamlred
reach the locomotive the engineer
sans of lsnd m
Onut ... ..
loomed out of the darkness, his face pasture thereon look like the milch o LINE Of COM .8O
FULL per Mn,'. 11IIIi ...,
glowing with a fearful excitement kine of the Central West. HYPNUT1C Y COIEDY[ Y CUlPRIT fifE HOUSE FURNISHINGS lOW Ii 1/'sad tweedy airs trseta. ;

Did yon seer he cried 'vaguely and If more farmers would follow the :: per-tere, sad it.eiMtp at tMi

I Deter saw a railroad man. .more over example of. Mr. Beeman, and. mix a .
I WW wre tw 0rJ.ID.. a
coma "Look yonder! _
We all stared where be pointed. Above little brains with the soil better results CHANGE OF PROGRAM NIGHTLY COME IN AND> SEE US -t -t. aow... ..... e

the dismal lake,about a;hundred yards 'would follow. By studying the d.r. .' It 701 aW ..... ,. ..NMttre

from shore there hung suspended a soil and doctoring it as his judgment; One Hilarious Laugh from Start to Fuush. 1m1re1rot' Y. ... _
told him it should be he converted aeo'yonr profit err thea. sae
ban of brilliant snow white fire as if without
bsriat Ie
Ii: ,
stn OB
the moon bad lost her bearings and what was once considered in. Cracker Prices Ia tat Oreih Curt Swentk ldaL
2fe 35e. Children 15e.1IIIIIIIIIIa.IIIIIII'tlllll'llllllllllllli aht :...
had tumbled toward the earth. We parlance "sour and sorry soil" into a OrangeOban.elfo >BiO Qrn1t.1 Orlaadoaor Orange e

'were deathly silent at the sight No most valuable pasture, than which -Lu& then la steel =:w: f =
owe Tolunteered an explanation. 1111111111 1 1ADaIe Pl9ItIt'ud I eaa 1Iaow" .
nothing can be more valuable in.Flor- L. Wood Bill for Par.1 : :
"Dont you understand yelled the vi titian of Land. ..... tW'wII ;
engineer. "Don't yon people understand ida.. Out L wIulns d all. .-bat J&V lOW ....
If Florida farmers will get out of To. Georgia B. Kinc., Baulk DnBMt John ink stock_ win ttetbtq It.
ere Is a train on the oppo- A. McBae, Mortimer McBa> Dragtei He- CaU: and .:
'lite lid tbe Horseshoe, and it waseeming the old rut they can cut off the. long Rae and John A. McKae. Junior: IN M.os. Y

to meet us at twenty miles haul and long pull on'the stock food w NEW YORK, BOSTON fa It the appears above from entitled the eat sworn*, thai Aaended A. F.. Odlin BID. OTU Diebon CAlL'II lANSEN 0IM, I f'

is bon e> missed each other by an supply. fe the solicitor for Annie L. Mused the complainant -: o
Alga ALL to the said Amended Bill that the The bsnb
act of defendants of the said amended bill are all sad the be.Inea risen of
iw what be meant That Democrats will praride foe' chanting -- Nartteri ai Eaiteri Luau M...raidents of the State of Florida each OIindotht knew at, it you,do ... uk 4
,stun U of light suspended out : .I! of them over 21 yean of sg% and that there .
focus of date of income tax annually so as Rtttful and Healthful Sea Voyageon k M perIOD within the State tf Florida
;tbere darkness was the service on whom would bad any of said
tile t tdllghts, and both engineers to prevent either deficit or surplus. 6200-Ton Modern Steel defendants named In said amended bill, and .
that the respective places of residence of I
lad sei lln the nick of time. the several said defendants are as follows,
Steamships 400 Feet
We there like statues. I know . . . . FARES to wit: Georgia. B. King resides at Sowanee
Lang. Tennessee; Itoealie Dane at Uorcantoa, '
: y as beating 'like a hammer THE IMPORTANCE OF' KEEPING FROM 5t1 e a M North Carolina: Joba A. McBae, Mortimer
d my rades were pate faced and POSTED av aae McBae Dough KcBae and John A. McBae
led with wonder. JACKSONVDIE It desires Junior all raide at Washington, D. C.
m ;
open You are therefore ordered to appear to this 'THE ONES CIGAR THAT
When had in some measure re- I .
"How thing, we hate TO MONDAY DAY OF JUNE IMS,
enered selves we all marched torte many THE %2ND
........ +
Fws a. tbe same being a rule day of this CourtIt
wsrdto hands with the fellows *proposed to do,how many planned New York $24.96. $19.0 k farther ordered that this notice be r
a'the o r train: ,An inquiry? Of yet how we loiter in our noblest published for four successive weeks in the EVERYBODY LIKES
and conductor Boston: 28.10 23.99'I.ct South Florida sentinel a newspaper published
eonrse Was our purposes! You may be always in Orange County Florida.
was '1 [for d beytnJt Instructionss.The successful if do. but set out""ra sSMwsrCwre.serswl Witness B. M. Robinson Clerk of said
tart I we should never hare ap- yon, ,L...,......eeb .......r IL.WNiY. Court and the seal thereof this tbe 24th day
well and let thoughts and of April. A. D., 1913. '
JI'OIt'fMod t f' ,.led PI us on a' switch several practices.proceed upon the right ... CAaMACz.T.P.A. W.L IIOQUL mast Ape/ By M. A. Howard D. .C. HAWLBrsSTRAIGHTS. i
Arthur F. Odlin. '
lilies this aide of It-Wide,*World 31agsmne. method. Solicitor for Complainant .

.' J 's You have often made ug your Z
mind to buy something for the *

I A Hint Taken, person or the home, but have put' I NOTICE TO CREDITORS

'R'bese o ra glasses were given toI off doing so from time to time. In Curt .f the tentl Judge, State ef Flor-
she said sweetly. SPRAYINGFor Ida. Get the best dgar at five
a'yen io. Then one day you pickup a week- In re Estate of S. J. DarU. "
("Aren't Fey beantlfalT' be replied."Yew . White'Fly and Scale Spray with Schnarr'c Insecticide. Orange County. cents, the next time you
," ai answered, "but I dlscov old paper and discover some is- For Rust Mite only spray with Schnarr's .Lime Sulphur Solution. To all Creditors, Legatees, Distributees and want to smoke-judge for
Gums Demands
4 Persona banns or
,eyed this Fftrrnwf that they're beglnnins pecially worthwhile offer of. the For blight Potatoes and other plants spray ,with Schnarr's Bordeaux a iDat'u.ld Estate: yourself.

; to :at from fart of user"Wherent *. very thing you needed. Mixture. Too and each of you are bereblnotided
nisects with Schnarrs'Arsenate of Lead.' and required to present any claim ud demands a
'n h" tumbled to him.'Clfant This emphasizes the importance 4 I For all eating _
spray either of have
you or you may
tnvttw shed fn to the theater. when and For all sucking insects as Pumpkin'Bugs, Aphis'on'water me! against the estate of S J. Davis, deceased
go of keeping posted >
jon ons and canteloupe vines and Hessian fly spray with Schnarr's No. 3. late of Orange County Florida, to the undersigned
Detroit Fr y 1'resa.'. how to buy to advantage.. Grasp = We carry in stock Sulphurous Acid for foot Rot Rue Stone,'High Press- Executor of aid, estate within ODe Made in Orlando and sold f
the Hose and Bamboo Rods Agent for the Bean Power Sprayers, Hand year from the date hereof.
by reading :
your opportunities are 0 ; Dated April:7, A. D. 1I1J. by all.dealers., ;
f'ro fietity fir rant without any lean 'advertisements in THE SENTI-. e Knapsack Sprayers*' .f wwwww 'r cfyp shrdln etaon shrdla 'Tgtmfj

-end dicta+t pnd adversity is not with, NEL'-carefully every day. '. j'PSS: : & :,CX>. 27 W. CHURCH ST. FRANK'Executor R. POUNDS,
ut comturts and Dopes.. Cold Bacon. :- .
Ocoee, Fla.f
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.' ", J' " ; -. ',>> ; RESOLUTIII,,P4s8ED.BY.MUN -J ::" 1' 1' 4
. :1uhIIIIIIIHliwuftIwIu1tttfimIwtII:1Itiuhtitttttftiiflow.
k Loaia'(MaMey Pr"' AprilJ:191L!

........... .Whereas, A' Joint ,Resolution- 'hu : : much # would '
....... \ money
..... .....Y1N hri been introduced into the Legislature
8aMII e ...:uw: ae g
v 4 a bMMk, Aa"t laNIr > :: ,: rf the State of Florida, for the purpose
,of Amending Section 1:of-Ai 8 "

,':.!,",THE: -''"",,',..; ./ tide State,VI relating of the to Constitution the qualification of sal "L a w . you like to spend for J

>f voters, so as to'provide'that mal
.IK md femal persons shall in all resects ;' f
Y / be alike eligible to vote and
BAfeofOrlafido I
STATE hold office in the State of Florida; and .
I Whereas, We believe that it is 1 to

; the interest of the State; that salt $111 $ 2'44<
Resolution is adopted and that sal
I proposed Amendment submitted t
he qualified voters" the State for Class Class
tp I atification or rejection, 'therefore be No. 2 Nos.2

I I. it ________ and 2 AClass

.Resolved, By the Municipal League a
m :OLDEST, of Orlando, that we, as citizens of,the
t / State of Florida, desiring an, opportunity -
4 :, /-AMD- to./vote on said Amendment, :
I II I the Senators and
I espectfully urge I
The, Bank wUch transacts more business than i Representatives of the State of Flor $16150 $33OO
I Jackamvflle and Tampa I ida, in the Legislature assembled, to I
r. any Bask/between adopt said Joint Resolution, .in order Glass w

II hat said proposed Amendment maybe No. 50 4t 1t- .

of this Bank has been built up submitted to the qualified'voters ; No. 100
: The large patronage f f the State at the next General Election (
during twenty,years by conducting its business on sound ; and be it further \l\1 :

: principles with careful attention to the leg'tk, Resolved, That a properly authenticated -
k banting of these Resolutions b<
4 'mat 'wants of customers. The confidence of the public transmitted to the Author of sale

': is reuected in the large amount of deposits. Joint Resolution. S25 S l
,/ J. C. HOWELL,
': Average deposits First Quarter of 1913, $900,000. I
Pres. Municipal League I ClassNo.
Attest. W. H., Palmer, Nos.5and
/ 5 ,
e Secretary.INTEREST / -- 1-1 SA


Never has there been so much in-
Our correspondent banks are located in every part oft rest manifested in Flrida during Join ay of our' Saving Clubs and you can have either of thef

the world-and include some,of the largest Banks in,the the summer months as seems probable. .
now. above'amounts to spendCall
United States.DELIGHTFUL .
Railroad companies are running I

twice a month Home Seekers Excurs-

iiiiimiiiiiMiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiM ions and already large numbers of and'&et a Circular or let us explain the plan to you
.--- respecters from the Central West
are pouring
'CATHEDRAL SCHOOL. THE KING. Railroad companies report the activities The Peoples National Bank :

; in this traffic as exceeding any
The atudeaia from department The Seventeenth Annual'Local Assembly former,year and Boards of Trade are "
:: Daughters of the King in "It is a pleasure to serve you
I,' of Music and Expression of the Cathedral receiving more inquiries than in any .
most pleasing exhibition Southern Florida;' will be held todayin each
=< School, gave a former year. The truth is
'last iDg St Luke's Cathedral. At ten a. m., ;mw
'' of their work eve year shows to better ,advantage the %ttfltflflfltttfltflflfltflflflttfltfltflttttutflflt'ttttmI
;' in auett Hall, and their audience there'will be a celebration, of the value of Florida fruit and farm lands, J _
showed its appreciation by much heart Holy Communion and Bishop Gray'sannual and- the room for expansion in the!I:MIIMIIMII6MIMMIMIilllllMMitllMMIIIIIIIMMMMIHMIIIMMMMMMWANTED
"Charge" to the Daughters, a and bore .
; apfbwe. various lines, of agriculture
'" Club three number business session'following.At the
The Glee gave ticulture are really tempting to
;"' and their singing was excellent, reI noon, an address by Dean Sher- wide awake farmer who is teemed in

y fleeting ;much ,credit bn, the eareftrng rod.An by congested conditions in,the.North, .
of their director, Prof. H. afternoon session will begin and to whom the northern wintersare

Stanley'Pope with an address at 3 o'clock by Rev. becoming a burden, and a.menace '.
The, other participating,in the re R. P. Cobb.Luncheon. '*
,1 to
dtal were pupils Fraulein Diebnei, will be served' to delegates Besides these the man who J has 500 small feet to be fitted with small: shoes at- ...the

HIM Beers, Mrs Hudson and Kiss and local members at the Chap- spent thep best years .of his life in P: ;.... '.,..,..'
ter House and an auto ride is planned ; "" i ; ,
L '
Smith. business
Elisabeth at the
the school .room or The follows: .for the latter part of the afternoon. of usefulness declining '
program desk, sees his days DEPARTMENT
Tripping Lightly '.MamC. Miss Lizzie Gardiner, of Daytona, in these lines and his health : ; 1.

.. .S G. Glee Club arrived in town last evening to attend being gradually undermined, he naturally .
New, Year's .Dayi : .' the Local Assembly at the Cathedral turns, his face toward Florida, of the i
'; ,
'Sarah. YftneeyFftlvfe today. where there are thousands of acres i: ' '

C minor .,.,",,.,Chopin yet of fertile land at reasonable prices
.. .
Helen: Warlow t WHAT ,GOOD IS IT? and where one of the most equable

Zithentandehen, .+....Bohm !I climates in the United States prevails 'f.BIG WHITE STORE
;g Eileen,Vivian Some persons ask, "What good is I the year around. .1 i

': ,An Idol- 'of the Period.. it?" This question with the same propriety These are the inviting conditions.'I ...
SlemonsBagataHe These the men who are coming : .
r. : Dorothy might be propounded concerning are '
: .' 'the nature of the discovery of the and.the'future of Florida is rapidly of the best firms but were
.Motart made by a progressive class of shoes of the best'makes ,
,' Fantasia ... North Pole. When steam was seen being These are .
>..Rose Hamblin escaping from the tea kettle, "What men. must sacrifice them
Love>> Song<.. ?..Mario Tarenghi. good is it?" would have been a sensible '' bought too small for rapid moving, so we

r : Winifred Brown I inquiry. When Franklin wrested LUCERNE- THEATRE TODAY
Evening;Hymn ..Dudley Buck I lightning from the skies and stoppedit It I to make room.

T" :C 8. G.,Glee Club by a key, the people might have Three reel program. neat Shoes for neat feet
The Singing Lessen ..lean Inglelow credulously smiled as they ,asked, "The. Birthday Gift,." Vitagrapha They are truly

,c Helen Timberlake.. "What good is it?" He could not have beautiful story of an unfortunate anything under 3 J-2 D, or any larger"sizes
Buona 'Notte* ..'........Nevin answered, for children ask questions child's self-denial, removes prejudicesand If you wear
.Marion Strouder philosophers can't answer.. What .is wins the love of her mother's widths should become interested right now and
'Yahe 'interrompue .....Lack Hypnotism? How did Svengali overmaster heart, which was denied'her. Full of in A or B you .

Jessie Gedge "Trilby?" What, power is i heart interest. ; around to be fitted for only . "
-; \ *Song of the'Shepherd,J. Bertram Fox there in a\ person's eye that causes "According to Advice," Vitagrapha T = drop ,
\ C.. S. G.Glee Club1j another to fall asleep under its gaze mirthful farce-comedy. :
'Gi adpapa's Spectacles Hoy long does this :inbuence last "Going Some," Pathe-featuring t.
FJo's. Letter. Why is it that some;people possessitand Mr. Max Linder, motion picture's funniest 4. $2. :2 5
.,' t Adelma Giles' others do note, Why cannot comedian. Max this time{dealsin F. ,

t By Moonlight (Nocturne) '..pBrassin every one be a hypnotist, ? All of politics; he makes a freak bet on "- .,. <
\ :f ttrs/Gray Rush these are questions that the public the presidential election; he places a lasts.f. |

tie, r \ 'Lullaby". ..*........Mozart ClassenC. take great interest in and.all of themare bet on Teddy Roosevelt. Would win- Sale lasts as long as stock ,. 'i
S. G. Glee Club answered by the Great. Powers but he loses and has to take his jned- Sod
'". >*S '... who is to appear at the Opera House I icine. Gee, its funny. You'll have to to See our bi f Lh
nothing try.
3 ". ,FA VORriE_ THEATRE TODAY. Friday night May 2nd, with the largest I laugh; you can't help from it. Remember it costs you
.,_-=_ Hypnotic Comedy Company now "Bread on the Waters," Edison- itbj
.s 'fihtee'reels.. on the road. a very pathetic and interesting story. window for sizes and styles '

f \::"Omcer"NO., 174t Imp-featuring' Prices 15, 25, 13. A mother's note ,begging he$ disgraced ... in It
I a
nBsggott, son to make a and
.(''l1 e 'SUgmuy", Nes\or-a ,highly! MUSIC AT NORTH HIGHLANDS. make a man of himself, leads the IlilllllillllltlTIT ,' IIIIIII.. ,
meritorious ','.Western drama.. I redemption of another man, who, in IU| 1lIMM"
,: '"The' Cowboys'\ Leap Year,".Power. Last night seven-thirty, there his gratitude, undertakes to restore
'. \ Western comedy. the to*his parents. lts a
roaring was given the twenty-second concertin young chap
;. (,Open 2'to, 5 and 10., the Neighborhood series. Much regret difficult task, but love and penever-
: 4 Admission.' five;cents" la all was,expressed that Reverend Dr.! ence win the battle. A very beautiful YowdiyIlillliHlllllllllliilMtilllMt
>: Pray was unable to be, on the proexcellent climax. A picture that would interestthe
ALLEGED. MOR.. L most fastidious of persons.,<'Sufe
-es She Bu.Jack, dear, fancy coming ,An. program was I listenedto to please and one that you'win enjoy
la'such shabby'clothes.when you::arefoing'toWlr with'iDterest. ,Next,week the'm greatly. 0
papa's consent sic-,will be made up entirely of Patriotic Motion'pictures,of highest quality., .
4, 'He That's all right 'I "once,had. a *airs of many countries'includ- .Matinee 3:30 to 5 p.:'m. lllllllll\llllllll llllllllllll11111111111111111 llllllt

.new. ,suit ruin d.-Excha ge. ing war songs. Night,7:30, to 10. .'IIIIIIIII lllllll' .
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4.(1 OPAL' LEAGUE "/ ,.... '.' ." -- -

.. LoIfa-;..baee/yr bllft.- . ApPlJ..1tl&.Whereas 1 R.

dN a i.. .... .... .... : .&........Ici.. A I Joint Resolution- 'has flow:
lnir.Q IrIsnt,:Ar't Orllr sued L NIU '. beenn. introduced into the Legislature much.imoney would
-7 of the State of Florida, for the pur-

pose ,of Amending Section, 1.ofArtide : -' 1 A

; THE: : : VI of the Constitution of said : .. like'y' to for
a,'*i / State, relating to the qualificationsof you spend
voters, so as to'provid&that male

and femal persons shall in. all res- ..
BiteofOrlafido pects be alike eligible to vote and
STATE hold office in the State of Florida; and
i \ e :. I Whereas, We believe is to :
.j' the interest of the State h t'said

Resolution is adopted:and that said I $$11 ill

proposed Amendment". submitted to
F the qualified voterS the State for ClI88 .,
'" yr I ratification or rejection. 'therefore be Na 2 Nos. 2and
TIE :OUMEST BANK W THE CITY Resolved, By the Municipal.Leagueof 2 AClass

I' Orlando, that we, as citizens of.the
... /-AND- State of Florida, desiring an. opportunity -
to/vote on said Amendment,
j ; respectfully urge the Senators and
The. Bank which transacts more. business than I Representatives of the State of Flor- $$16110

F any Bank ,between Jacksonville and Tampa : ida in the Legislature assembled, to $$33100Na
-3 : adopt said Joint Resolution, .in order : Class .

I I that, said proposed Amendment. may -_
. The'large patronage of this Bank has been buflt up I be submitted to the qualified votersof 50
the State at the next General Elec- \XIL1 rvIw1 No. 100
during twenty years by conducting its business on sound
.tion; and be it further
.banking'principles with careful attention to the legiti, Resolved, That a properly authen- 'Ih tL

mate'wants. of customers. The confidence of the. public ticated copy of these Resolutions be
I transmitted to the Author of said _
reuected in the amount of deposits.
i large Joint Resolution.
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,,/Average deposits First Quarter of 1913, $900,000. J. C. HOWELL, : I _ $ m

/ Pres. Municipal League. I Class I
Attest. W. H. Palmer, I

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Our correspondent banks are located in every part of Never has there been so much interest -

; tha'world.and include some.of the largest Banks in-the the summer manifested months in as seems Florida probable during Join ay of our Saviig Clubs and yon can have either ollhet

United States.DELIGHTFUL now.Railroad companies are runningtwice above amounts to spend

a month Home Seekers Excursions -
and already large numbers of :
RECITAL AT THE ANNUAL MEETING DAUGHTERSOF prospectors from the Central West Call and!let a Circular or let us explain the plan'to you

CATHEDRAL SCHOOL.The THE KING. are pouring into the state. y
Railroad companies report the activities -
The Peoples National Bank !
,students from the departments The Seventeenth Annual Local Assembly in this traffic as exceeding any : : ;
,' of Music and Expression of the Cathe Daughters of the King in former year and Boards of Trade are
dral School, gave a most pleasing eXhibition Southern Florida,' will be held todayin receiving more inquiries than in any. "It is a pleasure to serve you."
? of their work last eveningin St. Luke's Cathedral. At ten a. m, former year. The truth 'is that each
Cluett Hall, and their audience there will be a celebration of the year shows to better advantage the
'? showed'its appreciation by much hear Holy Communion and Bishop Gray's value. -of Florida-fruit and farm lands,1 f
appkase. annual "Charge" to the Daughters, a and the room for expansion in the I 1- liiMIIMIIIIIIIMIIIIHIMMIIMHIIIIIIIilllliilllllllMlilllllll. '
The'Glee Club gave three numbers business session' following.At various lines of agriculture and hor- < lllMM

and their singing was excellent, re.fecUng noon, an address by Dean Sher- ticulture are really tempting to ,the
'much credit bn the careful wide awake farmer who is hemed in

training of their director, Prof. H. rod.An afternoon session will begin by i congested conditions in the North, WANTED
I and to whom the northern
with address
fitanley'Fdpe. an at S o'clock by Rev
The:other I participating in the recitAl R. P. CobtLLuncheon becoming a burden, and a- menace**

= were pupils of Fraulein Diebner,I will be served to delegates to health.
Mist Beers, Mrs Hudson and Hiss and local members at the Chap- Besides these the man who has 500) ;small feet to be fitted with small"shoes at the;
'r Elizabeth Smith. ter House and an auto ride is planned spent..the.;,best years. _of his UfcTin '
?; The program'follows: .1 for the latter part of the afternoon.I the school .room or at the business' :;:.*: ,;

>K Tripping Lightly to .Mario I. Miss Lizzie Gardiner, of Daytona, desk, sees his .days of usefulness de- .
C8.. G. Glee Club arrived in town last evening to attend I dining in these lines and'his health : SHOE DEPARTMENT

New Year's;:Day ...........t the Local Assembly at the Cathedra' being gradually undermined he naturally .
turns his face toward. Florida, :
YimceyPrtwo : of the .
acres '
C minor ,,,...Chopin where there are thousands of : d
*" :*. Bolen Warlow yet of fertile land at reasonable prices :
F t where
H Zitherstandchen h .............Bohm f and one of the most equable I
climates in the United States prevails :
Eileen Vivian Some ask, "What good i is the around.These BIGWRITE
persons I year : STORE
An Idol of the Period........ I
it? This question with the same propriety are the inviting conditions.I
.Dorothy SiemensBagatalle. might propounded ,concerning These are the men who are'coining : ..
t....:... .. :.....Reiter the nature of the discovery of the I .
and.the future of Florida is rapidly
y Fantasia .......... ..:'Mozart ;
l ...... North Pole. When steam .
t, ROM Hamblin escaping from the tea kettle was, "What seen being men. made by a progressive class, of These shoes are of the best'makes of the best firms, but were '

4 Love>> Song. Winifred Brown. ble inquiry When Franklin wrested LUCERNE*THEATRE' TODAY bought too rapid moving, so we must

,.; Evening 'Hymn' .,.......l>Ud1ey Buck I lightning from the skies and stopped ItThree I to make room
Glee Club
it by a key, the people might have reel program.

::' The.,Singing,Helen Lessen Timberlake..Jean Inglelow credulously smiled as they asked, "The. Birthday Gift,." Vitagraph- They are truly neat Shoes, for neat feet
"What good is it?." He could not have a beautiful story of unfortunateehild's '
;Buona' ;Noble-... ............ an '
answered, for children -under 3 J-2 'sins i
''' ,Marion Strouder : ask questions self-denial, removes prejudicesand K you wear anything Df or any larger
I philosophers can't answer., What is wins the love of her mother's
Yalse 'interrompue Jessie ... .... .... Lack Hypnotism? How did Svengali over- heart, which was denied her. Full of in A or B widths, you should become' interested right now and
t. Gedge master "Trilby?" What1' power is heart interest. \ I
'Song of the Shepherd. J. Bertram Fox there in a\ person's eye that causes "According to Advice," Vitagraph-- drop around to ,be fitted for only
C. &; G. Glee ClubGraaipapa's '
.i another to fall asleep under its gaze a mirthful farce-comedy. -
t Spectades ... ... Hoy long does this ..inbuence last? "Going Some, Pathe featuring
,- Floe, Letter ................ ..
Why is it that
some people Mr. Max Linder motion
? /. possess picture's
4 q t Adelma Giles it/and others do not? Why cannot niest comedian. Max this time:fun-I $2 25'1' ,.
Bf .. ,
' Moonlight (Nocturne) ..Brassin .
\ '" 't.Mrs.AGray Rush every one be a hypnotist, ? All of in politics; he makes a freak b l i .."- ,_,:_.i :.'tf. ., ..;
these are questions that the public the presidential election; he places abet ,
XulUby' .U.........Mozart Classen
\ ; take interest
great in and.all of them on Teddy Roosevelt. Would Win-
:, -. C.'S. G. Glee Club stock lasts.
gy er are answered by the Great. Powers but he loses and has to take his)DedI Sale lasts as long as

' 4..FAVORITE who is to appear at the Opera House icine. Gee, its funny. You'll have to

t( THEATRE,' TODAY. Friday night May 2nd. with the lare laugh; you can't help from it. Remember it costs you nothing to try. See our bid r h
't "". -/11 ; 1 est Hypnotic Comedy Company .now "Bread on the Waters," Edisona -
Three"reels."Officer .
- I on the road. very'pathetic and interesting story.A .
: \'- N6,>174, Imp-featuring. Prices 15, 25,13. mother's note ,begging he| disgraced window for sizes and styles. ?
t 'The .8ti1m1,: Nes\or-a highly I son to make a changer and -.
; ( MUSIC AT NORTH HIGHLANDS make a man of himself, leads to the
. ..
.3t .. meritorious. Western, drama.
.t ) ". redemption of another man, who, in "IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII1111 llllllllr
; "The Cowboys' Leap Year, Power
Last night at seven-thirty, there his gratitude, undertakes to restore Luti
: -roaring Western "comedy.
was given the twenty-second concertin the young chap tohis parents. *Its a
q Open 2 5 and
to 7 to 10.
; the Neighborhood series. Much regret difficult task, but love and persever-
',t Admission'5vecents: 'to all !I wasexpressed that Reverend Dr. enee win the battle. A very beau 1

ALLEGED Wray was unable to be on the pro- climax. A picture'that would interest
HUMOR. Yowell'sitlilllllllllMIIIIIHIilllllllllll
I gramme. the most fastidious of persons..' Sure
She But Jack, dear, fancy coming An excellent
I program was listenedto to please and one that you will:enjOy
k U such shabby dothes-when you 'arefoing'to with interest. Next week the mu- greatly. ;

4 > i .ask;papa's consent,, sic will .be. made up entirely of PatrjotitTairs Motion pictures .of highest quality I
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a many countries!including Matinee 3:30 to 5 p. m.

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