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Title: The daily sentinel
Uniform Title: Daily sentinel (Orlando, Fla.)
Alternate Title: Daily South Florida sentinel
Physical Description: 1 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: Josiah Ferris
Place of Publication: Orlando Fla
Creation Date: March 16, 1913
Frequency: daily (except monday)
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando
Coordinates: 28.533611 x -81.375833 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1913.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 1, no. 269 (Dec. 20, 1913).
General Note: J.F. Schumann, editor.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 4 (Feb. 14, 1913).
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;VOLUME ONE
. ORLANDO FLORIDA, SUNDAY MARCH 16TH, 1913.

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of the State will be decided at Win . IN NORTH. FICATIONS ROUTING
'J:,Special to Tie Sentinel ter Park _|aw 098,647,960.
Special to the Sentinel Monday and Tuesday. Stetson .I 1 REBELS ;
: 'Washington March Mexico March Special) to The Sentinel Special to the SentinelWashington
15.Republi City, 15.-Evidence University defeated the University Special to the Sentinel
can, reactionaries claimed today that that Zapitastas was not willingsurrender to of Florida three straight games'I Washington, March 15.The i immediate II March 14.-Appropriations Naco, Ariz., March 15, General

the progressive democratic senators was shown ,today in the last week. Stetson has won six of recognition of the Huerta of the last session of congress Ojeda, with four hundred -

gained ,only a partial victory In the I state of Morelos, when a band of the games and lost three so far this government in Mexico was urgedupon ;; including the sundry civil and federals, by an and f fifty

,r -or anization-. the. senate com I three hundred and fifty followers of i season. Rollins has won three and Secretary Bryan today by i the Indian appropriation bills, which completely put to unexpected rout move, 1
; mittee.: It ,was pointed out that the Zapatas, under Chief Gustavo Fuer- lost one. Major Cassius E. Gillette, UnitedStates failed at the last moment, but which one thousand a force of

'. best, they got was recognition and nates, while on the way to Cuatalato !I The series between Stetson and army, retired, interested in are to be put through at the coming General Called constitutionalists and Bracamonte under

*the, chairmanships of the least 'powerful submit to the Government, were ''I Rollins stands two games in favorof mining properties in the State of i extra session, aggregated $1,098,647960. ,- three hours fierce fighting after

\. of the committee. attacked by, another band of Zapastas Rollins. A large crowd is expected Mexico. The annual statements are given from this town just across

; A complete list of the committee J to the number of six hundred. from DeLand to root for Stetson i I "The sooner it is recognized by out today by Chairman Fitzgerald A., A. Hopkins today. R

',was ,accepted at the democratic cacos u,I The Fuerntes men were defeated after and the Rollins rooters have been the United States, the more quickly of the appropriations committeeand States Marshal Deputy United

: shows a compromise was affected I I a short fight in which severalwere practicing for a week for the Stetson will the government be able to getmoney by former Speaker Cannon for as he stood near was the shot international in the let V

: with the progressives with the conservatives seriously wounded and eighty series. and suppress the little revolution the Republicans, agree on that total boundary
1 watching the
: taking the plums. I taken prisoners. The rest escaped Orlando band will furnish the musIc in the outlying States," he Mr. Cannon adds, however, that in afternoon. Ojeda refused fighting this :
Progressives the I with theirchieit : said. addition to that amount earlier in
got chairmanships on Tuesday. contracts' the day to move south from A1C
tof important committees and such Many of the apastas followers are The following are the relative positions I I Major Gillette would not disl'uSSMr. authorized for public works involve he had taken position

as judiciary .intercollegiate canals,I I jail birds who have been liberatedin of the players: Bryan's view of recognition. I: further expenditures of $76,596,174. the rebel commanders upon request tf \

,educations, ,immigration, agriculture J! the last two years from prisons ,. Stetson-Williard, 2 b; Swink, 1 ; \ t I Chairman Fitzgerald attributed the afraid of wounding whb were '

and ,public Jands. The reactionary!r in various ways and they fear they Tausey, L f.; Snedenga, s. s.; M er- MUNICIPAL LEAGUE OF ORLA Y- I t increase to development of the coun American side of the persons border. on the

senators came off distinctly strongerwith will again be imprisoned if they surrender 'rift, r. f.; Beardall, c.; Jones, c. f.; i DO. 'i try, increased government activity After considerable fighting betweea

,, the, finance appropriations, finance I under the general amnesty Lee and Smith; p.Ro11insHarris. '! A large number of young men of I and constant pressure to divert bur the two forces, Ojeda k
: military, affairs naval ,agreement, which L Orlando have banded I dens to the Federal treasury. suddenly left
,
commerce covers, only political : f.; McClintock, together to the fortifications and charged the .
; district of Columbia, 'foreignrelations II crimes. It is felt that these men, 1 b.; Boyer, c. f.; Kates, 3 b.; Dun- work for the betterment of Orlando I "The indifference of the adminis- twice his strength. enemy

postoffice, public l buildings, who number a hundred are most daring son; r. f.; White, c.; Porter, s. s.; and they denominate their organization t tration i ," said. Mr. Fitzgerald, "read- was entirely the Although his fee

and rules.;' I and fearless and under Zapata, Roberts, 2 b.; Barze and Rose, p.; as the Municipal League. of Orlando Ii t fly misled Congress as to the country's move disconcerted the open rebels, and\\dari after ; q

s Older statesmen have taken been hunted down and themination ex Melvin, sub.MAGRUDER. with the object generally, .: : financial condition. The report spasmodic
charter fighting
'of. the committees which have will use utmost efforts of the secretary of the dis- they begaa
process take several for a greater Orlando I treasury a hasty retrealPATROLMAN ,
of the appropriations and of the committee -I II months as the country is :very wild \ MAKES GOOD. and specifically to direct its : closed an anticipated deficit of $22- 5

that :will pass on'tariff :and mountainous. When J. B. Magruder came into efforts toward the betterment of the(556,023, but congress never received

,tion aDd the newly' created lerisla-j l At present the. government is unable the office a few weeks ago and called;I city educationally, physically, moral-I i from the" statute directed him to PERJURY., CONVICTED OP

'and currency committee, wh to spare enough troops from the our attention to the big Oakland certify: socially and politically, or' in anywise furnish ,

.- assist in framing the changes in the ': Sonora campaign to get after the i out in front of the office, for whichhe appertaining to the welfare of Mr. Fitzgerald insists that all appropriation Special to the Sentinel ... _

.monetary, system. They are in complete Zapastas. had taken the agency, we pokedall Us citizens, and in so far as possible bills should be prepared New York, March 15.-Jcjhn\ r _

"ceatrol_ also of the rules* committee sorts of fun at him, and surmised it will co-operate with any other in one committee as the only way to Hartigan, a patrolman, attacl td to t.
; which.may be used in helping BANK CASHIER ADMITS GUILT. that he would be sending that organization of the city with these t reform the appropriation problem. former Inspector Dennis
;, ,to force through'legislation.. threaee in view. Mr. Cannon, analyzing the figures Sweeney'sstaff !!
f --- back to his brother in about purposes declared was convicted of perjury in the
Special to the Sentinel days. But the Magruder | Surely all will admit that this is that the appropriationsmade Supreme Court today.

I j, SAME'':OLD ::STORY .San Francisco, March 15.-Charles not so easily conquered. He saida;; splendid proclamation in a worthy .the and obligations created during The trial lasted two days and the y
A,, Baker, .former assistant cashier to then cause and unselfish entire Sixty-second Congress
4 us that he would come around every man and aggregated jury was out only thirty-five min
Special. to 'The,SentinelWashington ,. of the :Crocker National woman will bid God $2,328,470,990, an excess of ,
3 Bank, admitted some day and take us for a ride. ,Accordingly speed to the energetic utes. Verdict against Hartigix
"March 15..-The old .'today that ,he 1 i.| who ( almost $87,000,000 over the previous Is 1j
was guilty, :as on yesterday afternoon, young men enlist in this considered blow at "the
Story of a;.dashing chaffeur, a pretty charged ,of embezzlements from the this big palatial-looking car rolledup noble .cause. The bright lexicon of( Republican Congress; and that the the fight now waged system" ia =
by District
heiress sad,a 1'UD&wa.lD'te, bank that, are estimated I youth knows |probable deficit in the revenues for At*
: wasMrs. at $200,000. in front of the Sentinel office and no such word as fail,i torney Whitman.
''peered' ,today, and, a(a'resu1 Two guards from the United States we were invited to step in. We did and it is more than likely that the 1914 will be $183,821,626. I I Hartigan was accused i ",
Annie Middleton I "All by '
wealthy and prominent Marshal's office sat at his bedside efforts of this performances Republican Iplict
as ordered and with Chesley at the organization will tell Captain Walsh with Ines-
being the
in' society; is prostrated, while while for houses, added the former
Baker who
critically ill 1 at helm, this great Pullman good. speaker, who
car trun- senger carried
the
her daughter now',Mrs. W111'Storyasye P. his home I The ["fall into utter insignificance in money, a part
whispered the
story of his neled off with the ease and membership fee is nominal as con- of which Walsh himself '
: de8&nUythat' e doesn't downfall that it is trast with what the Democratic contributed,
The a working house
organization
only
regret of the rather from
",what t trip was Inspector Sweeney to
care '. of the Eugene
people ) "Every bit is true," he said: "I I it stimulated a latent hope within] us than a financial body. They will I Sixty-second Congress has accomplished E. Fox to enable the latter
Story was, chauffeur for an of- fell because of meet in ,emptying the to [Set
'* temptation I ,was constantly for a car just like that-a great big, Tuesday evening at 7:30 in the treasury from jurisdiction of the
ficiel{reporter for the Supreme Court subjected to. The bank E. S. Pierce Electric and piling up obligations." court ]
who lived paid roomy car with comfortable seats like I store and every This charge was denied before the
two doors from
dleton'home the'Mid me ten thousand dollars a year form the leather couch in your parlor, person who is in sympathy with grand jury and perjury '
charges
dleton while and Story met services: Every day stock dabblers springs ,that teetered 'you like a .canary I I the moveemnt and ready to help to FINE BALL PARK OPENS TODAY from this denial grew|t. t
.
calling for him.acguaintanee.ripened
The and financiers called at the bank bird in a spring cage a make a greater and better Orlando, . ,.. ?.. i .. A .
,rapidly and December and daily told jme of the thousands 'quiet ease that carried your rho tights is invited to be present Special to The Sentinel H

t last; Miai.Middletou and Story they had won the day before, with away from the steam old duties of I New York, March 15.-Ebbett EDWARD HAUSELT PROMOTER
whirled off to Alexandria, Va, scarcelt an effort. SAN JUAN GARAGE CHANGESHANDS. Field, the magnificent home of the -

and were married. On their return "These conversations gradually began life.Mr.. Magruder is such a persistent Brooklyn Baseball Club of the Na-' Mr. Edward G. Hauselt, was yes

Mrs. StorVento'her: mother's home to think I should be taking advantage worker in any line he undertake Mr. H. L Beeman has sold the San.I tional League, will be thrown open'I terday promoted to the position of assistant {

and the .marriage did not become of the, opportunities put before that it is a safe bet that the Oak- Juan garage to David Rogers and 'to the public tomorrow aftern. 0. I cashier of the Peoples' na '

known until today, me. I won. I got a second tip a land will be given a place with the; L B. Fort, who are now in control Baseball fans and officials who have 1 tional Bank of this city. Mr. Han&!'t '

6 Mrs.' Story's father was the late few days later. I took the tip and Autobites of Orlando. Both these men are practical men already seen the grounds, pronounce I during his short residence in the dty

:Lee B. B.. Mfddleton, )'of Newport, lost After that, I. won occasionally, in the automobile line of work and it to be one of the best equipped I of a trifle over a year has, by Us ka a
,and Washington. Mrs..Middle to n deClined and lost bound baseball straight forward '
frequently. I tried to recoup are to make a success. parks in the United States. methods and unassuming
to comment upon, the elopement my losses and make good with the HE CLAIMS CONFESSION WAS Mr. Beeman who has so many other The park was erected at a cost manners, attracted unto hip-

bank. I intended to ston- n.mh1in "FRAMEUP. interests that needed his of 400000. Its seatiner_ cxnacitn_ fcalf many friends. He is a mi* a
Special to the SentmeL
g-----c attention'n -- 'j i
f HIGHWAY FROM ORLANDO TO as soon as I could even up." Ossining, N. Y., March 15.-John had 'little or no time to to der normal conditions will be? 30-, of excellent parts, possessing thJ; .

TTTUSVILLE.. *** "" "* M Mulrandy, sentenced to die in theelectric the garage business and had to depend 000 persons. Should Brooklyn capture traits that inspire confidence, a vu/ d

f -' DEVELOPING THE ORLANDO chair on Monday, for the almost entirely on hired help. the pennant, however, provisions i necessary quality for one in the irv.

The much.'talked of hard road be SPIRIT. murder of "Paddy, the Priest," a Mr. Phillips, who has been in have been made to admit and seat: portant position' of cashier to a lane as

tween Orlando and'TItusville is,again New York saloon keeper, today sent charge of the San Juan garage retires 50,000 fans. bank. The Peoples' National is step
Since friends a letter to I from the work and has Every effort has been by step placing itself on a high
agitated'with a fairly good show of our R. S. Davies and Governor Sulzer in which not yetfully taken to I Iof plane ;

? becoming.a-realty. Of course, it,takes R,, L Lambert have, gene to Lees- he declared that, unless reprieved. he decided as to his future, ac guard against accident to the crowds. organization. A banking house is _
; considerable more than talk to- build burg and inaugurated; the Orlando o would go to his death the victim of tion. The double-deck grandstand has bees: unlike any other business institution:

'hard' roads in Florida and it is no spirit, business has boomed so that the underworld's "code' of honor," constructed of steel and concrete,, it'holds itself out as a safe place fc? !

,small matter'.to get several counties the Leesburg Commercial has had to which condemned a "squealer" as the WELL QUALIFIED FOR, CITIZEN. numerous exits have been ,provided: men and women to deposit their mo.

,. unitedo n' a plan for a lond stretch add"a' suppliment to its regular edi most "contemptible thing on earth." SHIP. and a large force of special police'I ney and invites them to make use of j
: their
'of,'road, but this is highway of so tion and ,these wide awake merchants ,He asks for a reprieve of sixty Mr. and Mrs. R. L Callison and Mr. men has been retained to maintain of facilities; people from all walks
life
much importance that, the parties have taken a whole page in that sev days in order to bring forward new and Mrs. Gillman Davis of Oswego, order. place their money in banks In
.: who have the doing of things are en column paper. The Sentinel warns vidence to prove his innocence. N. Y., who have been sojourning in On April 5th, the home team will i the belief that it is a safe place and

getting down to hard pan and it looks all competitors of" the Leesburg Dry The prisoner 'adds that he was Orlando, started northward Tuesday play a practice, game on the new they their are guided In such action b} -

ij 'very:much like the road U ,to become Goods Company that they are tp "framed up" by the New York police and will visit Daytona and St Augustine stadium. In the interim between it faith in the men who manage 'al
h 'a reality against a real proposition in Davies and that while, intoxicated whiskey before leaving,Cracker soil for that date and the formal opening and this is as it should be, and_men

hL and Lambert; They are advertisers given him by the police, he sign the life of the Empire State. Mr. and!of' the National League baseball sea- ought to have a ,sense of pride and ;

A. TOTE FOR WOMEN" STAMP.I and business getters and dandy good ed a confession which he supposed M rs. Davis, who have traveled much; son four days later, Frank Chance honor enough to recognize this fact

'- fellows. was merely a statement describing are so delighted with Orlando, that men will use the grounds daily. and put men of highest integrity ia m

; ,A new suffrage stamp has been designed his movements on the night of ,the they declare their ,intentions of'returning such places, for nothing hurts a community

by New Jersey women. It NO FIGHTING TODAY. murder. next fall and buying a winter ORLANDO CITIZENS HONORED.Two dence in more financial than to destroy confi

bears,on' a yellow ground the words home. There is a, peculiarity ,about of Orlando's foremost citizens Mr. Dow institutions. With
cashier
h "Vote for "Women, ;New .Jersey Women Special to the Sentinel KILLS MAN WHO BROKE UP HIS Mr. Davis that;:jerks the-tunny bone I were honored by the Grand Lodge at as assistant as and Mr. Hauselt

Voted' , 1776-1807. Why Not Naco, Arit,'March 15.-There was HOMESpecial of a newspaper man.. Mr. Davis is a'j I the Kissimmee meeting which adjourned . tional has cashier, 'the Peoples' .Na, r.

,Now!" 'The stamps are sold in no move by, the constitutionalists I to race horse man, =he likes fine horse a'few days ago. : laid strengthened itself and =:
'attests of 100 attack federal ,General Ojeda's to the Sentinel I flesh like a boy likes Hon. W. firmer: hold upon the confidence
'f for 25 ceats. Women's garrison I pie,' and yet in I R. O'Neal was elected of the
here Atlanta, Ga., March 15.-a M.: God--i his personal life I people of Orlando.LYNCHBYRD..
JosrnaL o'clock this
;( d up to,8; morn I I and habits he is." as Supreme Representative and N. P.
'f., t ing. The delay fa the plans to attack dard of Stone Mountain, Ga., "died i clean u, the,:lady ,lecturer who expounds Powell Grand Inner Guard. I

WEATHER REPORT. was explained by the failureof early today in a local hospital from : W. GL 'T. U. doctrines. He The Kissimmee Valley,Gazette with F

:Florida--Fair Sunday .and Monday, Cot 'Bracamonte to arrive withreinforcements. bullet wounds' inflicted by Elton T. !neither smokes, chews,nor drinks, and commendable enterprise, devoted Mr. Thomas J.;Byrd and Miss Ag- *
several ,
Darn of Atlanta in nes May Lynch were
the crowded united in
cold it i is said >he is mar
an ardent
Sunday.; democrat. pages to.a write up of the. Grand
tinge
at the
union 'station late last night Dar slid, a member Lodge horae ,of the bride's-pa
of the .Presbyterian >> meeting and had half ,
"'> tones of
--' .- Haamoad 6 t; SCORE SIX den was placed under arrest church, Now this [all the rents, 807 Shelby street, yesterday'
'i;Baseh,'who are ever ;TO TWO: ,combination tp- principal. workers and none
OB tke .alert SpieW .to. ttw Sentinel The prisoner emptied hit ,revolver peals lathe Wild sad'.. were better' afternoon in the preseaee of.the tam-
lerbar4 for theircasteaers looking than '
.. D Laad,,Fla, March loWThe: Uniwsity at Goddard in the' the .vw.uuw" j pcr I our W. R. fly and a, few istimate ,
; > ,,have .a special Easter anBooHcweat 'of waiting room of man as one that night to please,the [and'Newton., E. friend. Dr. .
? Florida nine'went down depot, causing a panic the ;' J., Wray; of, the Methodist
. ,a feb. fssae thai it wffl among most orthodox, for.Mr. Davis is one B* s-
six
t. to .to'
a two .
defeat at people;ajembled there. After bis of: copal church oAeJe&f.,
yesterday
: arrest (test ,
; gemial fsBows
,pay. .. yon to'ned. the;bands Oat ,sheds Plaai bed npMy '
of
," , > ;Stetson, are eefifBmmate ,These
-- university. Thei ,'Darden accused Goddard of bartef :- naskiae aH about:,hfa, aat k':this *"ia, : :young ,people-will have:.AseeBfratalatio&s
St
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fast for tie ;
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Aim, exhibition hand- ,
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Of broken his home. Darden : and wellwishes ;
'. Oft* Mwfe. at drill"* O'14'ePe college up aad.Us he Ji'1NIJ'fII JiIii Is?Werifc eitiaeay ia.i ai r of)
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malt eras : .. .
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'111'-1' < 1 won by the Stet.en wife have been' _separated.for setjeral ..'/ *.F.*t. ** !*v-lj ...,1 ri1 i .. .r gt their'tnsap' Orlando arleide''aad, fc-

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GUILTY. ''I CHAS; LORD, J. H. BRADSHAW fi ,

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z{ Sew'York,March 14.-A verdict of I Lord & Bradshaw { Magnificent Showing of
:guilty was ,returned,at 5:50 this ev- iI

Yd 'eni g'against.Julian Hawthorne Dr. We wish to announce'to our friends, and the public generally,
IRIliam J. Morton and Albert Free-
;_i charged. with' using the, mails I that we have formed a partnership under the 1 i New Spring Suits
t, for>> fraudulent' purposes. Joshua I above firm name, for a general | \
r .. afncey Company,. defendants with B s .
tree others were discharged. Real EstateandlDSUranCe' | H
to five
Freeman was sentenced I .. : aildDresses
i years in the Atlanta prison. Morton | business and are centrally located in a ground floor office at No. | .
and. Hawthorne were sentenced to I '
r ,.ue year' and one, day., I ,17 Orange Avenue, (formerly occupied by Hamilton &Dunn m .

Hawthorne, Morton, Freeman and 1 Millinery), where we will be. pleased tomeet, all our old friends | ,
jQuincey i were charged with having WE ARE SHOWING A BEAUTIFUL ASSORTMENT OF
;Faced the mails to defraud investors I -and to make new- ones.- i SILKS AND SATINS, ALL COLORS, DRESS GOODSIN
.r ,'it Canadian mining properties. The i Hm ALL THE LATEST PATTERNS FOR OLD AND
.irial began November 25th last in'tie M Our list of.city and acreage property is surpassed by none., &I YOUNG: WHITE CANVAS SHOES. THE DISPLAY -
United States court, S
I and we have some exceptional bargains. CoXE AND SEE Us |' \ CONTAINS ACCURATE ILLUSTRATIONS OF THE
POSTMASTERS' CONVENTION I SEASONS BEST AND LATEST CREATIONS AND

", Augusta, Ga., March 14.-The an- I'1 Lord & Bradshaw | IS WORTHY THE ATTENTION OF EVERY ORLANDO J
weal convention'of the Georgia Asso-. WOMAN. CALL IN AND ACQUAINT YOURSELF
aation ,of Presidential 117 AWL ORLANDO FLA. f ftHIiiMMIIIilllllilMIHIMIIHIHiliHIMMMMii
postmasters S. ORANGE I WITH THE HIGH CHARACTER OF OUR GARMENTSAND
Y svnvened here.this morning. The conTen'tion ___-..'.................[.... I_., THE REASONABLE PJUCEg.
will continue for two days. .
,The visitors were welcomed to, the city I
'
x, :|y Mayor L C. Hayne and Mr. R L.
"Williams of Griffin, president of the :

association*barbecue; ,served responded.tomorrow.There will beI I 1913_ models lanner's New YorkI I


,A shipment of whiskey, C9nsisting
tf five barrels made up in pint'bottles , !
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.lato,. in Holmes.county, a few days 1
ago,,and the man having same in
L. arrested, but later made ,
'darge was the carelessness I ,. ,., ': If You Would be Posted be a Dally Visitor to this Store -- --
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the chief deputy. A two-mule team I I'I I
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4, il !is,now in ,Sheriff Mayo's charge I' TOMATO PLANTS FOR
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ft the county Jail 3"', Four H. Models $200.00 '\": ;till I1111 11111 11111 11111 II
: -" Seven H. P.Models, $250.00 "' One dollar per thousand in any J. B. McKAY,
quantity desired. Purchasers must CONTRACTOR AND ; ; ELIJAH HAND
Mrs. Margaret Mason Sturgis, wife do their own pulling of plants. Better BUILDER.
.t Rev.'.Henry, Sturgis, and one of c. -1R.Si1eit Funeral Directorand
plant now. My packing house in OrLando Superintend All Work.
,fhe most highly esteemed women of Embalmer
will be opened from the first Prices That'Are an
Sanford. passed away a,few days that ago ORLANDO, FLA. Agent for Orange, CountyHIIIIIIIMIIIIIIiltllllllllllllllllllilllllllllii' of May to June 10th and I will buy Inducement.All I Hand Block, Pine St. Phone 35 |
at the home of.her, daughter in all your tomatoes. Work Guaranteed.
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II, ,. METHOWST.J. minister. 'IT'SA'FAIR PROPOSITIONTO .- ,
IF YOU WANT '
.c .E. Wrty, Ptsior.. Dedication services Sunday morningat ;
::Sendty School. ,'9:45, C. E.'Howard, 11'o'clock. '.
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.apt: ,Rev; Alfred;Manchester, of'Salem, ,ASSUME :THAT 'YOU ARE 'BRIGHTER .FRUIT
Preaching by the Pastor, 11 a.:m. Mass.,will preach the sermon. '

z Subject The Heroes:-of Methodism." All"are invited.CATHEDRAL APPRECIATIVE OF THE VERY Free from the dust mite and for which. .
Anthem, "StiU'WiUi/Tlwe. ," Kevin. : <: "' *
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you fancy prices, use-
:;:Male quartette. ,"The ayof !teat," CHURCH OF ST.. ? BEST. WE ARE SPECIAUSTSIN .' j

Nevin.. Epworth,League; 6:30 "p.'m., 'H..A.BofnerPresidenl Sixth Sunday LUKE.in Lent.' J! Electrical Wireing and_ Motor Work; Sulpho-Citrol rl":

9:30'a.. m. Sunday School
Preaching by the Pastor, 7:30 p. m., ,
10:30 a. m. Morning Prayer IF YOU WANT
Subject, ,"Wonders of To-Day,, or 11:00 a. m.'Sermon and Celebration I NEWELL ELECTRICAL COMPANY
What God Is Doing Among Men."
Anthem,'"Seek Ye the Lord.": of the Holy Communion. ., ARCADE BUILDING To destroy the "THRIPP," use-
7:30 Sere
p. m Evening_ Prayer and ]
'Male quartette,"The Close of Day.," CHURCH ST.
Nerin.. mon. ; PHONE 280 Black'Leaf Tobacco Extract {
Mid-week Prayer Service, Wednesday !
Catholic Church Services
-Holy-Week
7:30 p. m.Eyerybody
,cordially invited to thervieeL Palm Sunday-Sunday School at. Our new 1913 Almanac containing full ;
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: Special welcome for strangers. 9:10 a. m.Palms information sent you for three cents
blessed and distributed,Mass
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and sermon, 10 a. m. postage.
AT THE PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Rosary and Benediction 7:30 p. m.Monday The Best is the Cheapest z
Sabbath, School, 9:45. Superintend- -St. Patrick's Day-Mass
ent,'W. R.. O'Neal 7:45 a. m.Tuesday. _. M"t_ E. 0. Painter Fertilizer Co.
J Preaching,service,11. Dr. John W. and Wednesday-Mass,. SO GET THE BEST OF -.
Stagg,pastor. Subject:,David Livingston . 6:30a., m. I
and Slavery. Holy' Thursday-Mass and proces- Paints and Wall I JACKSONVILLE FLA.
Business Men's,Bible Class, 9:30. sion of'e Blessed Sacrament, 7 a. m. Paper ,! ,
Dr. E. Miles Robinson, teacher. Children make First Holy Communionat i
this Mass. Adoration of Jesus in
Christian Endeavor, 6:00.
THE 1912 WALL PAPER IN SAMPLES
'Evening sermon, 7:30. Subject: Calvinism the Holy Eucharist all day. : I I
IS GRAND AND I WILL BE PLEASEDTO
and the Westminster Confes Visit to Jesus in Holy Eucharist
lion. 7:30 p. m.. SHOW THEM. ALL YOU HAVE TO I

"A"cordial welcome to all. Good Friday-Unveiling and Ado- DO-IS TO TELEPHONE AND I WILL,
ration of Holy Cross. Mass and read'
BRING THE SAMPLE TO YOUR HOME. ....
'i, FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH.Dr. ing of the Passion of our Lord, 7 a.m. R
Devotional exercises, 2:30 to 3
: Douglas will' both p. m.
c..T. preach
morning and ,evening. Way of, the Cross, and sermon 7:30 GEO. A. BARKER PHONE 268 Fireplace Mantels,
m. The sermon will ,be given by
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,Morning,service at 11 o'clock. Subject -
the Rev.,F. X. Scherer, Buffalo, N. Y.
t God's.Part and Onr's.in the Solution Holy Saturday-Confessions 2:30 to Tiles and Grates, l
of.Life's Problems.Evening -
:service at:7:90.: Subject. : 3and6ip.m I
,All are welcome to the services of Caloric Fireless Cookers,

Does hank Sunday it superintendent Pay'School to Bea,at Christian'9:30'L- m.? 'Otto the Catholic church. HIGH" GRADE n[ EASTER MILLINERY[ Electric Pocket Hash Lights, ;


|BYP.U.at6:30Ladies'. . The services, at the Presbyterian . ...
Missionary I Meeting oil Monday Church this morning 'will, be in line Complete' Electric Lighting Plants of
at 3:15..All members are earnest with the, centenray of the birth cf

j i.reque ted to-be present 'Livingstone discussion and of the'tonight effects there tf Calvinism will lea 10 per cent off on all Any Size Installed.E f

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Service ,Suiidaysjnorning at '11, o'1 There will' be special music and a most .
i clock a\_the'GraadTheatre.' ,Sermon cordial invitation is extended: visitors
b1.1tey.W.MJ Burr/a prominent Baptist -I: and 'strangers_to worship with us.Christadelphian j t, : :>. S PIERCE ,
minister-from;MlwUeippL Sun I .
day thool will" be organiwd at 9:45 ; ELECTRICIAN \
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first'meeting. :Music, by' Orchestra. Lecture :3o'.p.: .. m. Subject "The
Praye t l service Wednesday: ) evening at Conversion. that Converts.." Ageits for Barclay Corsets I rHNE 434. New 1a4 ...., Cfcwch SI.i .

7:30 at the home of,Mrs.' Limerick on l Christadelphian. ,Hall, Davis & Mc.
Orange avenge North. The public.is Neil!. Block.
invited:to,'all'the services. f A cordial welcome to all. I
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liance., Without this. trust modern.,business.could:,not. be conducted., Our trust is yours for the, asking.

'Now:,is' the,:' time to ask, for it. Your credit is :good This 'big building is packed with Furniture' and

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:,t rSouth: ,, .,Ftorida Sentinel, Washington,.I D. C., March 13.1913: ,
"J. ","MORNING AND, ''WBBLYftiTBSs,. :The Secretary of' the Democratic :-President Wilson,* contrary to the .EASTERJEWELRY
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,. . -i- Executive Committee .desires. .to remind custom: of predecessors, beginshis
I- ', BUBSCfwTtON : ,.Mr., Holly and his elbow men day's work at nine in the. morn.

that the secretary is an officer to the ing. He devotes. himself to his ,desk .
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THE;DAILY' ; SENTINEL Executive Committee and: ,to that until eleven, and then begins to receive AT _
fee:year. ., .....$5.00 : callers and
Committee is accountable; and has always official visitors. His F
fix Months ',..... 2.60 .
rule of office seekersto
new referring
accounted fully.without any res-
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Three Months ervation whatever, and any candidatefor the heads of departments is not
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office, any officer or,man.who wasa included in the rule., He would. bea

; } '-By Deft carrier in Orlando., '(0 cents per candidate and any newspaper man, sturdy President indeed who could ,
'nth.,''IaU1pa S1md J.. not only had a right, to,but were, re prevent Congressmen telling him of

The. Orlando Morning Sentinel can be found quested to attend any and all,of these from their respective districts, or refuse i

m aale la'Orlando. at Corito"4,OTfaTi Book executive,meetings and those who did to listen to Senators whose ad- .THE, BEAUTY AND FRESHNESS OF
*OK. attend know that.the secretary madea vice and consent".to all his appointments ' ''. .
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We will appreciate prompt complaint if full,and complete report. is required by the Co 1stitu- I :.' , : SPRINGTIME IS IN THE NEW JEWELRY -

'' Mi'ftfJ is not properly made by our carriers. i Mr. James of the,Reporter-Star attended tion. ; ; AND SILVER. FOR THE EASTER.}'':,
""AdfTrtkinc rates will be tarnished on ap the last meeting and publisheda In Congress, and out, it is a fore- . . '
JlicatioD. GIFT YOU WILL FIND HERE MANY . '_.
;i report of it Why did you,not at gone conclusion that the tariff will <
THE WEEKLY SENTINEL tend, Mr.Holly and hear.that report? be revised downward, and industries DESIRABLE ARTICLES AT MODEST
Kr by mail,'postage paid ........$1.00Jjdras :: :.
. year.THE .SENTINEL, Orlando Florida. Now, sir, for. your information and must adjust themselves to lower du PRICES. i.
'smalt"cOtorie ties. The great fight of the special : t
Office 107 COurt Street. Arcade- Building for the benefit, of the of o.
elbow the Secretary session will be ,over selecting the articles .
.h Phone U sore heads at your LEATHER NOVELTIESWE ',,;
M 'j wishes ,to announce that on to be reduced and the amountof
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hour.o 10:30 reduction. The demand for currency '
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March 22 1913
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FERRIS FrepricUr.
JOSIAH ARE ALWAYS ON THE LOOK-
reform also looms large. :Mr.
o'clock a., m., in the court, room in ;
'SUNDAYTMARCH 16TH, 1913. OUT FOR THINGS NOVEL IN LEATH-
Orlando, the Executice Committee will Wilson may find it hard to restrict ,

""If, you after. business,try-the meet and the, Secretary will be"therewith Congress consideration of the tariff ER.PURSES

fentineLGreen the books and accounts and you alone. BAGS, FOBS AND SIMILAR '
There is no evidence_of the oft':
respectfully ,invited to be pre.
r o -- are present ARTICLES' ARE USUALLY FOUND
: will be the predominating and investigate to your full satisfaction dieted panic following complete democratic .., .:
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'color Monday. and publish your findings. control. ,Conditions are in .z, f",, WROUGHT
--L-- Now, either show up, or shut up. striking contrast to those at the, be- SKINS=SQME AMERICAN AND SOME

; Are you satisfied with yourself And'while on this question of accounting ginning of, Cleveland's second term. FOREIGN IN ORIGIN.
his Easter morn? it might not be amiss to remind The treasury was then depleted of
gold, while 'now its gold reserve is
o you that you dismiss county division t
" Smile and go at it and keep at it discussion without first makingthe pre-eminent among the treasuries of

dill win in the long'run. accounting that Mr. Howard suggested the world. Should the governmentneed
o you had neglected to make. money, for extraordinary emergency -

.. Sometimes a man, agrees with you Now come, sweep your own door Secretary McAdoo has abundant T.I1.vanstheOPPOSITE Jeweler
= just to avoid talk and not'beeause he yard and then come over and clean resources in the :panama Cabal
bonds which he offer for sale. '
flunks as you do. up anything u find wrong in the may
household.The But, if intimations received are correct '
u executive POST OFFICE
The man who keeps chains on his Committee, nor ,the Secretaryare the banking and currency com- .
temper tires will most likely prevent not thin skinned and have nothing mittee of'the new Congress is likelyto

Bidding. into trouble.If : to cover up and will open, good and make a report demonstrating the .
o wide'to you urgency of action, and if it appears

you are looking for trouble just Just to,show how far fetched is your that the new tariff will result in

c lay a ticket for Mexico City and you left handed thrust, you are respect- the demand for currency legislationmay
will find what you want fully referred to your own files of last become too insistent to be ignored -

o June, where you copied that reportmade at the special session. SILK STOCKINGS

Persons who have qualms about at the meeting of the Executive Appointment already made by the p

frowning. kittens can get rid of them Committee on the 31st day of May. President have given offense in high
ly using the parcel post. That report shows two important quarters. A howl has gone up over (
F n committees appointed as follows: To what seems a policy of retaining republicans -:
in office and those luke-
Very few people worry about a canvas returns, J. N. Whitner, Seth ,
who served under .
democrats
none elastic currency; but everybody Woodruff and A. Wichtendhall. An warm

:would prefer a more :adhesive. kind. auditing committee to audit the secretary's the republicans. The reappointmentof ,'
For
Charles P. Neil, who was origin- Day
o books, Geo. R. Calhoun, W. I
4 If Pennsylvania avenue'had been a V. Dunn and E. M. Strong. Both ally appointed by Taft, aroused the t'

.flowed,field, some of the rural militia these committees took up their work ire of the South Carolina Senators, and
that Mr. Neil made inaccurate
,Ben might have got along pretty well. and made their report and n.) body who claim an -
o questioned the accuracy ,rf UIir'1't- report on Southern condi

Castero is planning bull moose ports. If any thing is, wren; step tions. I Evening
movement in Venezuela, but there's into the ring and show it up. Thro\7- Senator Tilman familiarly knownas I I

,many ,a' slip 'twixt the cup, and the ing a paper hat int) the rh* f.r "Pitchfork Ben," in graphically

,11P bluff has always proven a failure. descrbiing the ravenous appetite of Wear
0 Don't be backward at all now, the thS dfflee-&eking element; :Uses' this s

If 'Dr./Friedmann wants a quick secretary is your obedient servant quotation from the Bible "The wild : ,
;1 vindication ,he ought to submit hisroofs asses from the desert are athirst and -
to the I National hungry. They have broken into the
} Geographic A WORD TO OUR NORTHERN r
lociety. FRIENDS. green corn." He declared that this i

o quotation exactly fits the case, and .

A sublist hen up ,in Pennsylvania To our Northern-friends, who will referred to the trampling down of : Our Personal Guarantee )
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fcya square eggs, and the man who be scattering to various 'parts of the the corn, but expressed strong faithin .

; ;eats with" a knife can, now be ac great north; we extend an invita- the herdsman in the White House. Y Accompanies Every Pair
rthe President declining
The flurry ove -
commodated. ;
tion to read carefully the advertise- .
o ments in the Sentinel and compare honorary membership in the I
The ,will smaller hats exclusive Chevy Chase Club is over. '
women wear them with home prices. Our .merchants -
Airing the coming ,but there It turns out that no snub was intended -
season, are making a special effort to
5 will'be no decrease in the size of the please you for they appreciate you but Mr. Wilson prefers to Marion B. Ives ;

;' iole in.father's pocket book. and want,you for their friends. Theyare pay his own way and will probably
become regular member in the us-
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o offering goods in many lines at
The geographical map makers are such attractive: prices that you can ual way.
E losing patience over the uncertainty afford to buy. They do this for the The most beautiful, as well as dem-
y dhow much Turkey y shall paint reason that you are in most part ocratic, set of girls that Washingtonhas EXCLUSIVE .MILLINERY PARLORS

-' ,tn the near side of the Bosphorus. residents of this city more,days than known, for at least three admin- ,
istrations, is the one composed of
o you are 'in the north and the line
; The man who succeeds in these of goods that are suitable here the the daughters of cabinet officers who Second Floor

(lays in "creating an impression"" by year around are the, goods you needin last week assumed a leading posi-

pending money .where people.can,see the north during the spring and tion in Washington society. But these
him in the act, must spend a lot of summer seasons, and because they young ladies are not exclusively "so- It. ciety" girls, AS each of them devotes '
buy these goods suitable. a warm
climate in such large quantities they at least a considerable part of her TilE H. H. P. STRAIGHTFor r''
A Los Angeles preacher killed him- can sell at prices that seem very time to art, music literature or so- Lee Mustard,
Ie1f because he couldn't his cial settlement work It is said that
support reasonable as compared to.prices of '
THE CIIMmiSl Sale at all Cigar Stores 1
Miss Mona McAdoo daughter of the
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family on $75 a,month. If: we couldsot the same goods in the north and theyare
do that we would kill ourselves, making specially low prices at Secretary of the Treasury, is ,one of Manicure Pedicure Shampoo, Orlando's Newest Cigar Made in Orlando. '. .J

too. this season as an inducement to you the prettiest girls in the new cabinet Face and Scalp Massage. Havana .and ,Florida Wrappers a
o to lay in your summer supply. You circle. Parlor over Dickson & Ives store
i The Balkan war has become so'in- are certain to appreciate this yan- corner Orange and Central Try ,One and Be Convinced
: consequential that its news notes may kee enterprise and reward their efforts THE ,PROPER STUDY' OF MANKIND Avenues. ;

k found in the lost and found column before you say au revoir to IS MAN IN RE SEWERAGE BONDS CITY HERMAN 'H. PINDER M'f'gV

tr sandwiched With'the patent media the city. Nothing shows progress in social OF ORLANDO, FLORIDA
212 South
ads intelligence more than a determination Notice is hereby given that sealed Orange -

o Chas. D. McCarthy, one of Miami's to study the problem of 'rimes bids will be received by the bond trus-
Never be at your place of business most respected and pioneer citizens, scientifically. Humanitarian sentiment tees of the City,of Orlando,Fla., up to S e e e'e' e i e "e e e

when a person wants to borrow died a few days ago. Interment was sometimes degenerates into cost- I noon March 27th, 1913 for the pur- ADVERTISE t
money of. you, because if you are in made in the Miami cemetery on Pis- ly sentimentality in this field, while chase of $140,000.00 five percent sewer- IF YOU EVERYTHING
you will be out, but if you are out cayne Drive.Whenever. the crude methods of arbitrary legal age bonds, said bonds being of the Want a Cook '

a you,will be in. punishment are now recognized not following denominations:, Fifty bondsof Want a Partner -IN-

t o you want painting or only as offensive to higher standards 1000.00 each. Eighteen bonds of Want a Situation '
Joe Ettor ,the well-known industrial of justice, but wasteful and ineffect- each. Girl "S
papering done in :a ,first class mAnner 5000.00, Want a Servant FEED'FOR i I
sWrker. of the world, has been deb it will pay you to caD on W. T. ualWhat Said bonds to be delivered $70,000. Want to Sell a Piano '
yertod from Canada, showing that Entrican 28 East_Pine street. civilized peoples are coming immediately, and the balance in two Want to Sell'a Carriage ,
lien foreign countries once get rid i to realize is that crime has'sources blocks of 35000.00 each as the City I Want to Sell Town Property -
ei their 'undesirables ther're too foxy A. in disease, and that the study of the needs the money for said sewerage Want to Sell Your,Groceries '
Dean L.
to.take 'em back. SpeneerJeft yesterday heredity and environment of offender work.' Interest payable semiannually.No Want to Sell Your'Hardware '
afternoon by automobile for '
o Long- is'.of paramount importance. Society bids will be considered for less Want customers for Anything LIVE STOCK I
!wood, where he. will hold services '
is waking to the truth that prevention than All bids must be in 5
Its a sad day,for this country when in, the, Episcopal church today. par. :accompanied Advertise Daily This Paper
.F the suffragists get more free space is less expensive than cure i in by certified check for, an amount Advertising Is the Way to Success '
'fe' the, daily papers than baseball crime as in other forms of disease, equal to two and onehalf'per cent of Advertising Brings Customers' '
Cleveland 'Plain' Dealer. Wait The Mrs.'F. S.; Phillips, our valued correspondent and that there can ,be no 'effective the par value of the bonds bid for.Right .- Advertising Keeps Customers LAUBACH

lun is not smiling down on the from Pine Castle was in measures of ,prevention'WithOut per- is'reserved to reject,any or Advertising Insures Success '
'lleachers,yet with sufficient warmth. Orlando yesterday. sistent, inclusive and systematic all bids. More information in regardto Advertising Shows Energy ,The Grain Man.
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I -New York World. study.. these bonds'will be furnished upon" Advertising Shows Pluck .ftirch. Street,. Ftae '18
o Fifteen. dwellings are In'course Various states afe passing,preven-: application to Bond Trustees., i Advertising '"Biz" '

:It will be admitted that an automo- of construction at St Cloud. tative laws, even going to the extent t Dated, Orlando,..FUu,February 25th, Advertise of Bust, '

Me on, the highway is more danger- 'i of ug'physical measures .in' the 1913.. 'Advertise ,Long ,
'QS than a locomotive on the.railway; The,growth of a place like.Orlandois prisons and reformatories for:'the pre- 'Sifned. _: ' *. Advertise: Well -. READY NOW
.a. .. tat would railroad ,management the 'stuff.'that' we all ,like!to ,read. vention of,men of a criminal'history ,." ' E. G. DUCKWORTH, s ADVERTISE ,Strong.;vigorous tomato,.plants at
any _______. |1.50 ,thousand. The Bear's Head'Farm
( .i multiplying'their kind and thus preventing .D...LOCKHART, ,At Once per
.'W'-Io: employing a; sixteenyearlid .
< . ,E. P.,:SPERRY ., Ni.'i'tJtE .. ; Pise Castle,..Fla. lOtJ i
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j I ;: :engineer;:.to.Ips"ot; a, looomotive? Inspect $hannuarger'e.blg steck'efIReyde a perpetuating .
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K -_ f. i the who estate about of a.the year name before of Join had returnedto Curran, .


; Mir tost! h i dhn Oft _A Story of Cotondo aid gave Ireland!me a from blank America.stare, then The sextant lea me .l Strife art (MM** Prefib SIZ.,....". -----r-t "

the EaeraM WeBy Into a reception room, invited me to be ------

k: M F RHHww Vw: I ufl iNk., seated and went away. Tow teseirces ever Tbree.wfers of a Mite.v ..: '}
Presently returned and said that 't

: the earl.was not at home and he was Report of the Condition of Orlando ;t
ho } WILLARD BLAKEMANWhen the only one who could gtve me_the in- t"j'Bank
Value of Cwt-Viri-,
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and Trust Co 'Condensed
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tut ,Kinds ,ofKnowl I.dSl"-1M Moat . . ,, " " "... . formation. Milady desired, that 1 < 41S
.I Important Om thi BestTuehtr The should make myself at home-in the library From Report to Comptroller -, J
I was prospecting in the gold if I liked-tffl his lordship's re
t\ Moat Successful Pupil Feb. 4, 1913
folds of Colorado and bad made what turn. Since I was not averse,to nosing 1
,I believed to be a strike I ,
t Ithaca, N. I, put some among books I assented. 4 RESOURCESLoans
It, ,March --Id-Pastor fold dust in one pocket for expenses An hour passed in this way, when and Discounts .....$393,\61.05

..5 Russell Is here and specimens for assay. in the other, the butler entered and said that lunch- 1 ", Overdarfts .............. 19153
-.;. and in view of this and started foot down the mountainfor eon would soon be ready and asked if Stocks and Bonds ....... 26,018.33I
"...' seat Denver. On the way 1 fell in witha I would like to ThoughI '
to'my room.
being the of go i ; t I Real Estate Furniture and
young Irishman, very ragged, witha didn't like such I not ,
,, Cornell Universitybe trespassing, was
i bundle tied up in a red bandanna Fixtures.. .. 25,853.44Cash
took as a text averse to being entertained by an earl I
handkerchief and r on hand and in Banks
a short pipe in his 21504.83
the word of ,the and his lady, so I followed the. man
mouth; at which he
was pulling lustily.
philosopher: "WIs- upstairs. What was my astonishmenton
domfrom Above entering the room assigned 'me to $660,311.18
"Good momln to you," he said cheer-
the noblest science see my baggage there. I f LIABILITIES "

the best In ily."Good morning, Pat," I replied. "How did this come here" I asked. 'r Capital Stock ..... It It It$100,0 .00 ,
't struction." It moat "Milady sent,to the inn for it, sir." '- I
Surplus and Undivided [ i"j
"How did know
you my name was
be said however I brushed up a bit and went downstairs
Pat?' be asked. Profits ... ...It It ... 22,8 .
that the Pastor again. The butler announced j
need various Scriptures any ne'of "By your brogue." luncheon and led me into the dining DepoSIts ... .. .......... 537,4..8.85 ::;
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very ..
which might have served for a text room. I was received there by a very
"No: but broad enough to give )
Once the colleges represented, not you pretty young woman, who said to me: 660311.18
away as a resident of the Emeraldisle.
Merely secular'education, .but. the re- ." MMy husband will not return for an
,figious sentiment of their founders, hour or two, and, since he does not like We invite the attention of our fu* I
: usually religious meQ. Today, however "Northern.-Irish, is itr to have any one who calls during his I. -ti: tomers and friends to our statement jl
"I so. What doing
suppose are
you
colleges are ashamed to.acknowledge out in this country absence turned away. 1 have taken it above and wish to assure them that !

t any religious affiliations; and although "Oh I came to dig for a fortune. upon myself to make you at home. He, : L we appreciate their patronage and {
they represent high moral is very fond of Americans and would ask for
principles "And having made it you're going :&r $ ; a continuance of same.Don't .
nevertbeless, they are hot-beds back home to enjoyltr never forgive me if I let one of them. '., forget that our deposits are

s ef infidelity-disbelief in the Bible as "What made you think I've. made mj go.away without some entertainment -S.--- s R insured.A .
the Divinely inspired Revelation. This I protested that I bad only called to,
fortune cordial invitation is extended to
': condition deplorable. learn of the whereabouts of one John
lathe Pastor's. opinion'the great institutions "Oh, by your eminently respectable Curran whom I had met in Colorado visitors in our city to call and open

; of learning, so well equipped appearance""Well and the lady replied that the earl would Halted Slates Government,State and County Depository an account with us.iMiMtnimiiiMiiiiiiiiiiiiiMmiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiit .
now that's luckyr"Why
c for the Inculcation of faith in God. are sor"Because give me any information in his posses,' L

r. doing more to overthrow faith than are I'm sadly in need of a loan sion on his return. She entertained me riiO 0 II iit
all other influences combined. The Increase delightfully at luncheon
and since I've made a fortune It'll be doing everything
of knowledge be believed to be in her power to make me feel
safe for you to favor me. r
r. accountable, for the increase of vice.. that I was welcome. Her voice was 11111111111"111&.t.
I laughed at, the Irish wit and the
.; Be explained that the undermining of sweet and sounded still sweeter from
way the young man had caught me in
faith in the Bible as the Word of God the rich brogue of an Irish lady. She
a' trap. I was feeling somewhat set
and ,the inculcation of the Evolution expressed great interest in America
up, for I believed 1 had struck a for
theory tend to destroy all faith in a tune myself. Besides we gold seekersin and kept me telling her of the country

personal God and in rewards and punishments those days were prone to help one the people and our customs. Just awe ? -
from Him One of the most another. were about to rise from the table OF CLEANLINESS THE MARKET

-, : peculiar things was that very wealthy "How.much do you wantr there was a sound'of wheels without THE MARKET OF QUALITYLEND

r men have. richly endowed leading colleges "Enough to take, me to Ireland-a the front,door was thrown open, and a
t thereby destroying faith and unintentionally matter of $100." man stalked into the dining room.

leading mankind to social "I can't do that much for you, but I Great heavens he was Pat!
.t revolution to the precipice of anarchy might' spare $50 to get you to New The moment he saw me he advanced

.. Sympathy,For Higher Critics York. Couldn't you make up the rest and. grasping my hand, gave It a vigorous
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Nothing In the Paitor' *w rds indicated in some other way?" shake saying:
condemnation; on, th 4 con traryhe , 'Half a toftf is better than none." "You've come at last, have you? I
manifested a deepsyippathj for We-went on to Denver together, and vowed that if you didn't come soon I'd
those entangled in the snares of Occultism "'I was greatly amused, by his humor go back to America to find you." Then. U'S YOUR EAR
and Evolution. He: bad been and an originalway he had of viewing turning to the lady, he added:

entangled once- himself betaaid 1 but things.. I sold} my'mine!enough tom This is the gentleman I've been
--' had.gotten free. Had be gone acTfaras keme independent f for life and got looking for,
to doubt the existence df, Gods be a few hundred dollars for a first payment "I supposed he was when he asked .. '
I believed that 'he would baile i '.been as 'By'this time I had become so for John Curran, who bad come from

lost in Evolution .as are many of the friendly. with.. --- .mv-., traveling-- - companion America a year ago."
,noble. men occupying g! fchalrs. that .1 ,advanced; him the whole "Well, I'm John Curran meself," added YOUR. PATRONAGE HAS ENABLED US TO MAKE GREAT '
i The Pastor believes the' difficulty Is sum needed to take him to Ireland. 1 the host "and I was Earl of Bally- '. STRIDES IN ESTABLISHING IN ORLANDO
,that many cannot accept thb'Bible as believed,be bad madf the failure near garach when we,were trudging together -
the Inspired Record. So also he had ly all gold hunters make, and since I in Colorado, though I didn't know
once. rejected It; for he bad thought it had been one of the few fortunate onesI It. When I 'went out there were three
to be in harmony- with tlie absurd was ready to give him a tiny bit from lives between me and the title, but two THE PERFECT MARKET
f" creeds'of the Dark Ages. Now be Is a my bonanza. of them had died, and I had heard that :

most firm believer in Inspiration of "Where'.ll I send It?" he asked. the third, my uncle, was very ill. I
:: the Bible One of the surprising things "You needn't send it at all. As soon was trying to get home but I didn't
tt his Bible study has revealed lk that the as I get that deal closed out I'm goingto know what I should find here. I might
(-i'. 'Bible supports none of the creeds; and Europe, and I'll see you there." find an estate waiting for me, and I VISIT US AND NOTE THE ABSOLUTELY SANITARY

,) that none of the creeds,.o""eC!&dk use all "Well, you'll find me on the estate of might not be able to repay your loan; METHODS WHICH GOVERN OUR HAUDLING OF
-' the Bible J&bThs.. Delected the Earl of Ballygarach. At any rate, but by Jove, old man, that was a

tine the Word of GoJT. atSKpfiuses d.' bt.for!: me." queer thing for you to do-lettic".F..i'
these in its own defense. But "A tenant o I have that t p"t:bet hudie'icith"ithing

each finds there',teachings -which. do "No. about his; honest Blsi-J eats Poultry and Game
countenance, but my conscience was
not fit in with its creed. "What's your place there? ,
Evidently none of the sects.manu He hesitated and it seemed to me not clear, and I didn't help the matter ,
factured the 'Bible.: Had the Calvinists he was trying to Invent a reply so I much. So 1 made light of the whole -

done so they would have omitted gave him a shake of the hand and matter, mentioning the spirit that animated Satisfactory, AService
Free Grace. Arminlans men who lived in new countries ,
texts teaching said goodly, I felt sure 1 was making
would have omitted Election. .Catholics a loan that would never be repaid their disposition to help one another, I .
would have added something to but I'd had to invent stories myself their respect for the softer sex and I X

teach the immaculate conception, indulgences about my hole in the ground in orderto their harshness with anything unman : OUR DELIVERY-PROMPT AND REPURCHASES ID..MEANS YOUR 1
high and low mass, holy ly. Lady Ballygarach was much inter .
: obtain means to keep on digging : DELIVERED WHEN Y .T WANT THEM ,
water., holy candles apostolic guccesion. and I wouldn't have thanked anyone ested In this account of a people she
etc. All,-would.have put in texts : to question me too closely. As I turned had never mingled with though I fancied : I/

telling about the Thrifty I away from him I saw a peculiar that It was because her husband .
All would have omitted texts teaching : had been one of them. '
look in his List of
eye. Look Over this Specialties 1
that'the dead are asleep, to awaken "Why do you look at me in that way, The earl then asked where 1 had .
In the resurrection morning. Indeed 'Pat?" I asked. I had always called put up, saying that he must send at
it is most difficult for them to explain him Pat though his name was John once for my luggage, but his wife' informed
bow there can be. a resurrection, Curran. him that she had sent for it, PERFECTION ALL-PORK SAUSAGE CHOICE GRAIN FED POULTRYALL

tf those who seem to die are really "I can't make out why you're lendingme I whereupon he commended her highly VARIETIES OF CHOICE MEATS CHOICE DUCKS AND,GOSLINGS

more alive than ever. Evidently the this money, Unless you give me ; and'declared she was a trump. SELECT OYSTERS FRESH FISHParlor
Bible was not made by. man. return it 01 The earl kept me a guest several -
--- p-- -- - your address that I may ,
My prayer and effort' is'that thinking your promise to see me in Ireland I re weeks, during which he entertainedme
Christians may see that this wonderful fuse to take it." royally. He told me that he wa 1

Book while' out of harmony MAli right;' yo, have my promise to a younger son In another branch of the
with the creeds, is fully in harmony see you in Ireland""Don't family; that his father wished him to irket

with Itself. The great Plan of salva- .. you'go back on me by not coming enter the army, but, having no fortune -
tion which the Bible sets forth towers ." fce added and we parted. and being in love with the girl !
far above all the efforts of puny men.represented The sale of my bole in the groundwas who was now his wife, he bad prefer-
in the creeds of Christen- conditional, and some month! red to go to America to seek his for-
dao. The Bible Message could not have clasped before the purchasers had satisfied tune. While away his father and his

cows from elsewhere than Above. themselves that the property was older brother had died, and his uncle .,

; Learning's True Value and CostLearning what I claimed for it Then, after all the earl, a bachelor, had fallen ill. The II.M.SELF&CO.
\ along all lines of present I was obliged to take a good deal of death of his father'and brother had ,
day Instruction is surely valuable. The the stock In the company that was left him with no one to call upon for

applied sciences are doing much for formed in part payment, but this didn't funds and, as he had before told me, I No! 18 20 East Pine Street. . -' PHONE, NO. 80
,the world. But while very importantand trouble me, for I had great confidencein his uncle would not have helped him if : . ',.'" Ii r

helpful to human progress, these the value of the mine. Indeed, my he. had asked for help. , < =
alone are not sufficient The human : stock eventually became many time I confess the change'in him was so "
Bind'must have a theory respecting its more valuable than the cash payment. great from when I had known him in -

future destiny add the object of its It ,was a year after the sale before J the gold diggings that It seemed F-I
k present existence.. The searcher for found myself Independent to do what strange to address him by his title. 1
knowledge along these lines is usually I liked and I set off on a tour around Was struggling to get It out ,and had MtlMIHMIHMMI IIIIII IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII llllll IIIIII."IIIIIII' '

Inferred to Plato and Socrates. None the world. My course was eastward advanced as far as Lord Ballygar-

teem to think of progress ,in mee tai and took in England as my first land when he broke In upon me:
philosophy beyond these giants of the ing place. I had always a desire, to "Never mind that Call me Pat *
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past, 'Tet if the Evolution theory be visit Ireland rind after seeing! England became so Americanized while in UNDERTAKER. ARMSTRONG i
true these men were much nearer the to my heart's Content, crossed the your country that these flourishes on? IF ITS ANYTHING IN 1

monkey state,than: we are today. Irish channel. Hut I regretted feeling man's name: sound rediculous." The ARTISTIC PICTURE FRAMER of Orlando ,. *' JOB: .' t
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1 The Pastor'sought to impress the propriety obliged to hunt up my debtor. I didu' -Do: yon object to your title, Lad DRUGS PHONE ; .

of beginning Bible study afresh. need the mOlel1 had loaned.him.. andI BallTzaracu'" I a!'ked., PING. STREET
Ignoring the creeds of the Dark Ages didn't believe he would be In condl "Not a (lilt of it." her husband replied iDelANEY !' -
r and permitting the old Rook to explain lion to pay It. To tell the truth 1 had for her "What woman would DRUG
: Itself He pointed out. however, that no Idea I would find him on the estateof Darin the rest of my visit I called ..
:- the Bible specifically declares that without the Earl of Ballygarach or that 1 : the earl Pat / iilttMIII HIMSHj COMPANYQUICK

:. the Holy Spirit It cannot ,be fully would find him at all.) This opinionwas r I. became so fond of Pat that I : SEE SLAUTER'S NEW .
and clearly understood. Whose who not based on the belief that be was found it difficult to tear myself awn$ . FRANK HYERS'
consecrate their lives to God'rtnd,thus dishonest for he had an expression from him. He..had had Just the exp. SANITARY .. ,DELIVERY.
enter the School of Christ will be thatjnvlted confidence, but on the fact rience to make a'man: of him. ; ; SOIL PIPE CONNECTION J | : : Manufacturer of ,Artificial '1";
; taught, of Him, that necessity knows no law; and his When I 'left him it 'was with the -' Stone, Fancy 'Columns and Watkins! Building.
:; He believe Jbat unless the highest necessities: had probably forced him to promise that he would' retnrn my roBIn Ornamental Work
organs of the human brain .those appertaining invent all he had .told me. .the land where we had both beer I Absolutely Sanitary .and used ; Phone 6.8.i

to rellion..1nd moralitybe After visiting 'the/rlnclpal cities in poor He did so, and my success as I by all ,good plumbers Livingston and Railroad

fnUJvatwl. the student is poorly prepared southern IreL'\ d H worked my Bray miner enabled. to return his bosp
: .to withstand the storms_ of life. II northward and onfJday"brought up a1 taut f in! 'kind in my own home. NM4t $$I,, J

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t: c my entire stock must be sold by May 1st, and' to do this I must sacrifice the


t, stock. This is the beginning of Spring, and I have stocked up with the newest


things in Men's Wear, new Spring line Men and Boys' Pants, Hats, Shirts,

; ':Underwear, Men's Onyx Hose, Ties, Etc Just think of a stock of dependable

' merchandise being offered at a sacrifice sale at the very beginning of the busy I

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50c.Silks at ...........40c KNOW ABOUT THIS !
$7,00 grade'BOW ........ $4.90 j o. j
CLUETTS GOODS $12.00 grade at r........ $8.50 .
6>..00gradeBOW.. 4.00 ; 25cLisle at ;?.............20c I .. STRAW HATS,
'5.00, _r.grade BOW ,.....-.. 3.65.! 1 $2-00 grade at ...........'$1.35 10.00 grade at ........ 6.75 PANAMAS, FELT HATS, ETC.

::,4.00: gracle. BOW'. ....... .2.75' | .: ,<,_ ', a 1.50 grade at ........II 1.20 t' Just Before Easter jt Whole-
,, 6.00whitegaaael ......' 3.75 ; sale prices Have to do it can't
5.00 grade at ........ 3.50 ; ;
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f -I .5.00 white flaimel..... 2.75 1 25 grade at ; help myself.

;,c 1.00 grade at .:........ .80

.i;y : PANTS- EASTER 'TIES HAND BAGS GOING, AT THE ; $8.00 grade Panama .400I : ,.. ;
;1..,.. .YS' ftG .TOP -I- '_ ; &p at .. 3. \ ...,
,$2.50_grade BOW ......... $1.?5 | Regular 50c Tie we are going:to ) .:-c. ":f. JlA.'tE '. 5.00f gra _e still straw at 2.50 ;
2.00 grade now........ 1.40 | close al 3 for the $1.00 r. f 3.00 grade stiff straw at 2.20 !

:t 1 1.50'grade BOW ........ 1.10 THE FINEST LINE OF 50c 2.50 2.00 grade stiff stiff straw straw at at 1.45 1.90 !I
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'1.00" ,grade'Bow; .....'... .75 .
:' .75 grade BOW ;....... .50 SHIRTS IN THE "CITY TO -
". $5.00 Grade Stetson Felt
: .5Q grade BOW ,,...;II .40 CLOSE AT 40c Hats at ............II $3.75 !
tr B.V.D.Underwear Choice of any other felt
-- ,SWEATERS Hats at ...II......... 2.20i5.

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garment
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Ii : ...... SCRIVEN DNAWERS,THE 75c OVERALLS
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: 75c. grade BOW
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....... SOc
F, Union Suits ....
"" !. 65c grade: BOW .........,.50c $1.00 Overalls going at 80c
for .. ........40c KIND FOR 60ctitlMMilllllHIMIMIIIIIIillttH YOUR OWN PRICE ; .50 Overalls going at..40cIMiltMlltHMIIIIMHtMltMMMMMIIIMHtllMMIMHff
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iffI1S1ELL } ti JPA We still have some extraordi- Ribbons, used 'so much for Ladies'

nary values in SHOF S for those neckwear, can be had here

that want, values and are not so at about one-third less than you tare

particular about being right up in the habit of paying. If ''

, to the'minute in style. you don't' believe it, ask to see

; Shoes worth $4.00, $4.50 and them. You will not be urged to

$5.00 all go at .$1.98 in this lot.Ask buy. You won't have to be

to see them, you'may find urged, the prices will induce you.

1' \ MEN WOMEN CHILDREN !! just what you want, and save We want to call your attentionto
half the price. We also have a some extra values in Ladies
SELLING YOU YOUR SHOES AND HOSE WILL.BEAN
line of
complete strictly UP-TO- Muslin Underwear, and for the

; EASY'TASK FOR US, WHEN YOU COME TO SEE THEM. THE-MINUTE Shoes, and we next week we feel sure that we

know the prices are right, or we can make it worth while for all
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8 _ Ill 'THEY WILL PLEASE YOUR EYE. BUYING YOUR SHOES;
would not be selling so many of to buy a supply for some time to
; AND HOSE, WILL BE AN EASY TASK FOR YOU; WE them. ,Ask your neighbor about come. Also in Ladies; colored

i .1r HAVE THE STOCK AND GIVE YOU FIT AND COMFORT, BOARDMAN'S 'SPECIAL underskirts we will make the

,AS,WELL AS STYLE. OUR SHOES AND HOSE WILL shoes. They are positively the price seem as though we were -

: } best hat. money, can buy at the i giving them to you, as we have
WEAR A LONG:.TIME; AND OUR PRICE WILL'SAVE YOU '""'"
price 'too many, and must get rid of

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I Miss Mary Rand, of Longwood, was Dr. Godden, the medical missionary lllllliiailMIMMHIIIIIillllttittlllilllillilMIIIIIIIMHIMIii ItS
1 a visitor to the city yesterday after- sent ,by the Episcopal church in
WADE. noon. Southern Florida to the Seminole Indians -

THE TUNER , arrived in the city yesterday SHOP ATFIRST
: ORLANDO ,FLA. Mrs. 'F. S. Philips and daughter, from Immokolee, and is the guestof S Spei3I3foi S Specials for

.. Miss Laura, of Pine Castle, were Dean and.Mrs. L. A. Spencer.
in Orlando
shopping yesterday.

, Mr. and Mrs.Milo Yeflle,of Concord Capt John F. Luther returned '
" Park were visitors to St. Petersburg : Miss Helen Canning, a,student of Friday from Beaumont, S. C., wherehe Friday( 14 Friday II 1(

during'the past;few'days. I f the Cathedral School, is spending has been visiting his son. He was IO LL S
k ,- I I I today with her parents: in Kissimmee. accompanied by his daughter-in-law,
t Mrs. Charles Luther, who will be his
: ,Mr.George E.,Bates, proprietor of I I Elsewhere in this issue will be guest for a few weeks.Daniel' ( 15 II Saturday 1 IS
the.Altamonte;;Springs'Hotel, was in found"notice of the,E. S. Pierce Electrical Saurday
Orlando yesterday' doing the Saturday -I
Company, one of the big electric Child, of Murdock, DeSoto
shopping for his big,hotel'Mr.
supply houses of Orlando. County, Florida, has been in Orlandofor
several days visiting relatives.,He 11
H. N. Fogg, the live. wire of Mr.-W. Mi. Yeargin of Hickory N. C.. returned home yesterday afternoon.Mr. :. Monday If Monday

! Altamonte Springs, was in. Orlando is spending a few days in the city Child is a brother of our linotype
yesterday circulating> among his and if he finds it to his liking maytake operator, Royal B. Child, and is en-
friends and transacting:business. out papers ,for some Orlando gaged in breeding Cuban saddle Illlllllllllllllll ***** .

real state; ponies.
,BydeStroyj 1g the white fly, and '- I The Famous BAY I The Weil-Known
scale on your' orange 'trees-:With Mr. and ,Mrs. K. N< Kebler, of Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Mitchell, of :

. ,Schnarrs' Insecticide you will gain Waynesboro, Virginia, who have been Pihladelphia,.friends of Mr.. and Mrs. STATE Brand of Eiffel andNiagara Barefoot Sandals for
CORSETSin
I two,years in growth. enjoying Orlando hospitality for several Mahlon Gore, are in the city and the

! days started northward yester-. guests of the St Charles. Mr. and Knit Hosiery Boys and Girls
The 'county has its eyes on Orlan day., R Mrs. Mitchell, are enjoying the Flor I Batiste and Coutil.
do, thus Orlando has. attracted. a r -- ida sunshine and spending much of
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: world of attention and is going toattract B. J. Patchin, ,of Lake City; a their time in drives and out-of-door :; Finished Embroid- Garter top and pure -
some"more attention from pro li 1ent' real estate man of that picnics. : 75c to $1.00 value.
and Lace. All sizes
now on., city, was in the city last night He ery silk boot, in black, tan '

. - was oh his return from Orange Center Mrs. George LeGacy, of Rochester, and Lengths. 3 days Most all sizes. 3 .days
t . i and white all sizes 3
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E. Harold Johnson; one of the hust- where his .firm have just recently N. Y., accompained by her sister, Mrs.
purchased the hotel at that place. Carrie Gorsline, left last midnight for only
ling representatives of the South Florida \ only days only
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.their northern home. These good people
Foundry of Orlando, is .here'onbusiness'
looking after important con Walter Byrns, Passenger Agent of i having been coming South duringthe 69c.
the Central R. R. is for the last years, 59c. 48c.
;! :tracts for that firm.-Tampa Tribune.: Illinois making I I winter twenty,
;, --- I' headquarters'in Orlando. Passengers and after trying many other places,
1 desiring reservation or information I have. found Orlando most to their lOcing. '
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The Illinois Central'is lorking af
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regarding trips North or West will .
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find, at the St Charles hotel 4t
him
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and bas placed a representative in The two buildings being built fcr
: this city' in. the person of Walter I -' Mrs. Helen Wright on America streetare \\1: S our
Mr.' and Mrs W. H. Smith, of Mt Panama Hats
Byrns, who is' stopping at the, .St ( rapidly approaching completion. : '
Vernon HI, who have been in the
; Geee uuiueS
.1' Charles.. They will add much to this already :
{ :city for the past two months visiting
attractive street and with their mod- I
their Mrs. John F. Yost I '
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I. daughter on
Mr. and Mrs. A. Sloop and Mr. and ern comforts of electric lights, sleeping -
street, will leave few '
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Hug in
ey a i porch, hot and cold 'water, will
; Mrs. Hfldebrand,- winter' residents of days for their northern home. : w $15.00 value $9.98tllMIIMIIIIIIIlit
Concord Park spent..several days of appeal to buyers who appreciate,cozy, ,

the,past week,at St Petersburg and Major J. S, Simmons$, one of the convenient room. space.

Papa Grille, retuning home to Or.. pioneer' citizens of Maitland, was in Mr. Paul Dennison, pianist in the llllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllli..11111111111111 IIMMItt
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,lando.Friday,evening. Favorite Theatre is 1IIIII . .
;, Orlando yesterday on. business. Mr.1 1Simmons' !I I having some
has served as a'mamber of nervous trouble of the arm that renjders . '

A'large orange r'grapefruit tree the democratic executive committee j: it impossible for .,him to per- Goods Arriving Daily
: that is heavily infested with white longer than any man in.that. body and; form on the piano and he is takinga
fly and scale according,'to Dr. E: W. has been a most faithful and careful, vacation. He has been in service

,Berger,.formerly State Entomologist, member.Mr. in the Favorite and the Lucerne fora'
loses, 180 pounds 'of sap a year I If long times and his trouble is
through these-pests. Moral thought to be due to an overtaxing .L1
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spray
Augustus Nathan, one of the
with Schnarr's'Insecticide. of the arm served,, The White Store
prominent winter figures of Orlando,j I Big
and a heavy investor in Orlando dirt
: A.:P. Cowley who for along time left,yesterday for the East Coast,I t A recent number of the Christian ; .
; bas been' agent of the Coast Line where he .will hobnob with the hotel I'World Pulpit, (London, England)
; railroad,, and 'manager of the Citrus guys for a few days and then return i contains a sermon by Dr. J. E. Wray,
Exchange at:,Ocoee, and who is,well to the City Beautiful and buy more;!recently of Macon, Ga., now pastor ON ORANGE AVENUE
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of church at Orlando Fla. This
and 'favorably known' in this county lots and build more houses. Mr. Nathan our *
i. died'at his home -early yesterday has confidence in, Orlando, and I number also contains sermons by 1 i 1.llllillllllllllll lllllllllilllllllllllllllllllll1III
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moraine, Orlando has confidence in Mr. Nathan.I I Drs. G. Catnphell' Morgan, Newell
Ci.. I I Dwight Hfllis,' S. Parkes CadJnan.H. .- J. "
;t; I 'Jowett, and Canon Henson, of SPRAYING .
> [Westminster Abby.-Christian. Advocate If your_orange treef are.blade from _
Nashville, Tenn.; the.:white-- .fly ordinfeaed'with.scale, S
: apzaywfth. Schsarr'sI: eetieide..Ofe .
I ,Mr. and Mrs'J.:,}l:Apgar j of Red ,
NO REASON ; Bank N.. Jy who_have been,..-.
"some time 'in Orlando.left j "Mrs. .; Worry.
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)for' Jacksonville, '"enrobe. to 'theirhome. leans, ; .

: 'Mr.:Apgar.:'bas ,bed:':k. Ji at "the :

Why yep staid' OmtiHae to wear those ,[health, v,for tedpices, tin, paet men'yearsami.has ;,',fir:to fewaee Senn' ; habit;of going to
heavy dethes during this hot weather when "
be beBeMt L, 'He has decided. that the fnseda
we can ii you up with'one of ov lightweight ';.
climate of with hia : '
Orlando
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Crashes Mohair twoIeee .
merges"Wool or' .beat .1'hopes to wtwn next. seaaofi jeet: ,
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.. !a d'hu/Wiai.. lace. hers? ,? '1W J
,.. These are the Real Thing in Sumner,Cloth l "'. >f, -- :1'. rtAr'' f:I crept't
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weed
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!., THE MEN'StOtJTFtmRS.,. -.. .' rr', ., ', .;--,Ue .' MAM you enjoy, 'the Biggest Sayings.
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aj.Y "f :: '.:' j V '"CLASSIFIEDBurinw private ,fwnfly., Apply Sentinel'-':ofT i
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Boodyn -
Ht coontry-wbeie are,brought fA>. enefilB) received after 10 o'clock flee;, City.: !& *

f 'getter,people from,every land'on the .midnight,will be run in the "Too Late ,
'" 'f cef : : I Boosters five lines, or,less- approximately (man and wife) want the manage- '
> lAmneai tfce. social problems aremany I ,30 words one time, 25 ment of a European hotel/on salary,I
[ and complex. Tie ,settlement ,cents; three times 50 cents; one week or would' rent good, place.: Address, IV2.UVICI
work_of the great;cities haVe aeeom- [six daily and one weekly editions) Hotel, P.O. Box 672. Orlando, Fla 39 I .
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[LOO one month,.$3.00., '::'
r pliehalmueh good but;they are ,conriantly -, ;,
N ' MAN AND WIFE, German, want po i
": confronted; by serious hind- TO LET-Four room house in Concord sition. Man capable to drive auto-] -
'ranee and setbacks in their work be'cHi mobile and handy with tools
Parka Rent low. Apply to' J. L.Frost very
:of the :utter, inability to reach West Amelia Ave. 4t around the house. Wife first class i] The Car That Sells
cook, experience, best of references.)
} and form_the. heads (;many families Care Sentinel 3t.
FOR SALE-Corner property, close Couple,
the Car
Load
Y and they have been compelled to in. East of railroad. House of f By .

'confine their efforts to:.the ehi dren.An"it& eight rooms and bath; modern con- FOR SALE-New seven-room house; .
{ a professor, who has been veniences. Twelve fruit trees on with all modern conveniences. E.I %
the lot. A bargain'at $4,000.00. Gore, 409 Anderson St. 7t <
studying, conditions in the.,immigrantsection Address, "Owner," P. 0.. Box, No. j\jH. What ::
of our large'cities for the last 225, City. 6t WANTED COOK-Man. or woman, in| :... a Buick Has Done For
a private family. Apply Sentinel ; '
fifteen months, finds that.the children LOST-A containing hair office, City. 3t |
package ;
'f of immigrants i Others a Buick will Do for You
are degenerating out of. between Livingston and West St _
L WANTED-To buy second hand fur-'
all proportion. As a remedy for this
Finder suitably rewarded by leav-
niture. 209 W. Pine St It
t state of: affairs he suggests the Americanisatlonof ing same at this office. 3t : :" .
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.- Immigrant parents. FOR RENT-Rooms- light housekeeping -]
Records for the the best
past for
: ,At. present, says/this ciritic, allsorts FOR SALE-Small seedling orange i i close in, 209 W. Pine St It I are promises the future.

'agencies: exist in the larger trees in any quantity at five cents FOR SALE-New fifteen room private I I At the beginning of the '1913 season there were 110,000 -

; cities.to Americanize the children of each. G. T. HULL, hotel in town of Taft Only-1 : Buicks on the road, and every one of the, 110,000 Buicks has a
foreigner, The"parents'of,the,children Pine Castle road. hotel in town and doing nice business. .": record.

i 'are neglected. by" these institu- FOR SALE-New fifteen room priv- :Central location on two fine lots. Price I -;" Y. V:
tions. ate hotel in town of Taft Only l$2,200. Address Nelson House, Taft, 'V : It is unusual to Buick
This results.in the children becoming I Fla. 2wks \ nothing see a which has run from
hotel in town and doing'nice business. t
estranged from their parents Central location on two fine lots. i '-..'.:. 25,000 up to 100,000 miles and even more. And you never hear
and:losing all benefit of.home training Price $2.200. Address Nelson House, WANTED-To rent for one ,year onmore of a worn-out Buick.
*and' Fla. Mar. 14 2w '. eight room house centrally I : .
t. influence.' If the social settlement Taft . -
i located. M. C. Broome, Orlando, Fla.
' were as much a home for the "
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old FOR. SALE-Good Horse, Carriage At/ MM] "I started out in my model 17 Buick in six inches of
snow
as it is for children, this impass and Harness. For work on driv i
:able gulf between 'new and the of ing. Apply to Wm. Halloway, Wind ROUEN DUCK EGGS for sale. Ap-I| V. on the morning of February 3rd to post some sale bills.. I .
: ply Box ,?05, City. 1I
generation of immigrants would never ter Par. Fla. 12tj 1 I I .. covered 94.4 miles over roads nobody else had traveled since
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arise: he says. BUY a lot in Thornton Park, a nice FOR SALE-House and lot, south; : ..'.. the snow, and was in high every minute up hill included. 11!
r The analysis conditions the side of Lake Eola, corner Washington .
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by suburb in east part of the city. Carl
Italian observer, is. inthe main, true. Jensen. and East street five blocks east I left my motor running all the time I was posting,'and used 9/
: of court house. Two stories semi- gallons of gasoline for the
trip.
But the'remedy suggested is not very FOR SALE-40 acres ot fine land in i log house, living room, dining room,,
:; ,practical, because it is almost impoaefble and kitchen first floor, four ,
Volusia County, near station and
: urge l "I have watched several other makes of in the
airy bed and bath cars past
rooms
on ;
of attainment ,The settlement fine lake; $500. Terms. J.B. McKay, VV
cannot be made the school of the city." second floor. One of the handsomest '' two years, and every time I have seen a Buick, it has always
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houses in the best location in
FOUND-That. the Sentinel reaches
-Immlgrant'f ther and mother to any the people and is read. Orlando. 1623. I '': been doing the work. When a Buick has gone 30,400 miles and

'great extent, because they won't haveit .1 v still seems as good as new, it is quite enough to convince mei

4 Moat fatherland mothers are be. FOE SALE-5% acres with five-room I I WANTED-Four pickers and one, experienced teamster. Inquire orange ( :: that Buicks are built the way they ought to be built.
yond the':age 'when'they are .capable >,house on railroad only,few hundred I at 103 E Robinson avenue Monday i .; )
of',being, ; thoroughly AmericanizedThey feet fromBJrr place. Plenty.of morning before 8:30. 1 .. J. H. GARBER, Portland, Kansas.
,, Ten to
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A. A. GOULD.
often can no more rid themselveof t
s twelve bearing orange trees pearsand The Famous Buick Overhead
their old .world views, ideas, and other small fruits. Good hunt ", .
'tastes than they can,rid themselves oftheir ing and fishing, and especially suited V ,
old world to those who come to Florida for the] : V : Valve Motor is guaranteed to have more power and more speed
: .accent: winter and like the life with
:Moreover' ; the social settlement has easy access to town.country J. P. Perkins, Oscar Hand :.: .: > than any other' type of motor on the market. It will pull

a ,duty' perform not alone toward Orlando, Fla. General Delivery. : I stronger on low grade gasoline than any other type of motor

Ica the immigrant but toward the country ever built and the fuel consumption is less.
OAK HILL is the beautiful subdivision &Son ,
This -
large duty is to mold Amen
' to the Northeast of the city and ROADSTERS AND TOURING CARS $950 TO $1650 F. 0. B.
leans; to fit the' immigrant to Americans I still have some choice, lots, there. Sacceaaon to E. Hand ,

a to fit the immgraht toA.men can Carl Jensen... ORLANDO. Catalogue on Request. .

condition,.to,make of_him a valuable'
_' FULL LINE OF COMPLETE ,.
house.ana
FOR SALE-A nice
titim of this for the well '
.. country . tees
HOUSE FURNISHINGS
{ 'i lot, centrally located. Fruit t -
beiDg'of. the.eountry as'much'as for ,and flowers. Address H., care Sentinel :
V Wfown: well being. The, limited It ,

a (means at',the"'disposal of settlements : COME IN AND SEE US Cook Automobile Co.
are much WANTED-By experienced man. Position
more profitably invested d in I '
,Americanising as floral and landscape,gard .
children than .
theywould : ener; the taking care of gentl ma 's Orlando Florida
4 ;'b8iD",: trying ;to. ,Americanize''partatL places during summer, or permanent,,I SIGN PAINTINGj 'i- ,
not,for a -home, would live on place Preab.n 1 t
[j Jack will.paint
if so desired, or as janitor of public 1 1buildings. your t

'e ,DELINQUENT" SONS DISGRACE Philip. Strictly Bunn, Orlando temperate., Fla. Address It.,. sign No. 10 on Washington short notice., street Good 14-6t work. .: :;tttstituufuuunuunuunuuununuunuN; : : !

; ,V NOBLE FATHER.Thefar'ieachingeffects.of'an.

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desire for' riches is again LIGHT THE

; sadly}demonstrated in the conviction : -: .

< of 7ulian4towthorne, a son ,of 'thegreat :
PATH TO PROSPERITY
author.,Nathaniel Hawthorne, : c
r .fort 'fraud jn 'connection' with a mining --"- p oc

scheme in which the mails .were : (
':used for, the purpose of exploiting : Merchants who use Electric Signs never lose
this, scheme. Mr.. Hawthorne' himself : I their way by choosing the wrong road to suc I !

an author and a man. well up in i ;
You fail
V cess. simply cannot to attract new i )
yean could not resist the temptation < )
z: yf 'to' get rich:by the-'short-but dangerous : customers if you use an Electric Sign. It acts i )
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; >> cut and as "a result, will suffer : .. I' like an irresistible magnet, drawing all the

personal humiliation, disgrace his .
trade within its reach: That is the reason
family and the memory of a noble .
father. )Win not some ,oi.theseles-, : xq they command the attention of buyers

.sons that, are daily being flashed on :

?; ,the 'great screen of business life I I' For Every Store OwnerNo

;: serve as a warning to men, and teach :

4 them the practice of a higher code :
of business ethics? I matter how small his business, the Elec-

Mr., Hawthorne and his fellow conspirator : tric Sign is the cheapest and most effective

,.Dr. W. T. G. Morton, another : I advertising: '
= man of prominence will the J
pay :
penalty of' their wrongs by serving : Phone for our Sign Designer to call and sub.
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prison,,at Atlanta: I,I II I A-c Easter I No Trouble to Us-.-No Expense to You.

DID YOU. BUY. ? I ,


;' dealer'I overheard say this'a-morning prominent to hardware a promi-I I:I EVERY APPEAR WOMAN AT HER PUTS BEST.FORTH IT IS SPECIAL THE TIME EFFORTS WHEN TO I ORNDO W T[ & lI T m. '

nent citizen of Orlando, I could have : MEDIOCRITY IN DRESS IS NOT TO BE CONSIDEREDFOR
: bought land 'at, $2.50 and $5.00" but I A MOMENT. HER COSTUME, HAT, GLOVES AND -
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did not do it
At the'time he referred to I sold : SHOES MUST BE ABSOLUTELY BEYOND REPROACH.. COOK WITH GAS
for an Orlando man several hundred IF SHE WEARS PATRICIAN SHOSE THEY ADD TEN- 9M

acres',of 'land inuOrange county for I I FOLD TO THE EFFECT OF A STYLISH COSTUME.. Xtm1HXXXHHHtottMMIIillinillllllMMMMiMMilMMIIHIflMM
: $1.00 per acre, the same land is now '
: sold In'10 and twenty acre tracts for

V price$$30.00 per acre",and is cheap at this I We Announce the Arrival or".the Season's Most k

-k What were the Orlando people buying -
at.that time? Gold mining stock.! Famous Styles'V
;t If you had bought ,:you could 1" V
figure your,.profit You knew some Model Grocery
time ago "your profit on the mining
: stock;'without having to figure on it Faster Fa o rite s. .
If you have not yet bought some .
Orlando or Orange county property, ':,. ,.. "

r there is still opportunities for "large '_ I COLONIALS, WHITE PUMPS, TAN PUMPS, DULL ,.-. 18 West Church Street',
: profits>> and I.can show you.f TIES'NEW"BUCIC '. > '. t
I can' sell you something that will PUMPS, WHITE OXFORDS, ANKLE ''V"' "' y, ,
,, make you money but your gold mining OXFORDS PAT PUMPS, SATIN PUMPS, TAN OXFORDS, . ":,.. ; FANCY AND STAPLE GROCERIES. NEW AND +

:\ f ,stock will :not buy;it. ..}' GRAY PUMPS, BLACK COLONIALS WHITE. TOPS' ,.' ." .: FRESH ]
Call. and see. me. l GIBSON AND ,CHRISTY'TIES -- : "I ; t ';' ; .
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.CARL .IANSEN, y ; '' ? ". We Give Oar PerseulAttention to Our Caetomers and
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Office ,over Dickson ft bee, OrangeI THE SHOE WITH.A BULLION.FRIENDS. . 'c.7 ;
Avenue, Orlando, Fla. ' \'- ' Gaaraatee Satisfaction aad Prompt DeliveryUs
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V; V; The banks and the business men. of I .t $3.00, ,,. ;$3.50$4.00: ..., .
Orlando' know me, if.you .do not, asks Give a Trial _
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V: ,All who'''', ordered NOTICE lesson, leaves, TUB. II MM Nn &IUCKCQMPkNY.a. ; Subtler Bros.., ProprietorsiBnlllHiiBmjijiim

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Itatei t it .with. the, hine e republic which -..; ,, JEWELRYYou

t utters_ ,the"'AirieTfan,'code''lf tenor, .,' . ... '. ., ., .
.A ckarandmtandJng of the_ part we . ':
Wvr;token lathe alkirs;of this'rev ALMOST HERE AND IP. YOU NEED ANYTHING IN ,
t-
;nation.is\ not easy "to, be" hat The 'THE 'LINE OF UP'.TO DATE :DRY GOODS, ,CLOTHING, ,.
facti art behind the;curtain, aid.the '
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troth day; bei;elsewhere than it ;finis, HATS AND SHOES, ALSO LADIES READY JO WEAR will find that we'carry the best :

Iwt.what.is known wfllreqairc; .wuch : .DRESSES OF. ALL DESCRIPTIONS. COME'.TO. B. SALO t

::,xpUuiUen If.the United;to give States it,'hunt a _fair aRncct'J ben! a :, MON. 'SATISFACTION GUARANTEED" OR MONEY '.- ',' ,... : and most popular, lines

;;party.to an'unworthy, crueland,; despotic REFUNDED. :.

:t.il ,the intrigue: new Chinese: against, government the aUbility i-.pfl : It is to your interest to visit our

\'mgairrt the, integrity: of .the,'Chinese B. Salomon Orlando

domains( the seeming of the .thing store where we are always glad to show

:does: American administration a. ?oTere ... '

.I injustice. .. 111111111)11111111111, ItHMIMiMMIiUMiilltHHIMMtMMilHf i ,
what
h have i for needs
,It.i if reported and it is easily NjMew-, you we your

:able that the 'republic finds itself in THE ENGLISH HEAVY-WEIGHT

t,hazards. because it. cannot. '.lay bands CHAMPION KNOCKED OUT

'<",i PoD sufficient money to pay its H'omeseekers ,

,.troops. The fault ':is not with the New York, March 14.-.Gunboat BRING YOUR WATCH TO US TO REGULATE
:; Chinese ,It can to the
t government go
Smith, of San Francisco, knocked,out
,
banki'with good securetiesc Humiliating Bombardier: Wells, the English 'heavyweight PRESENTS ITSELF AT CORNER OF AMELIA AND'

conditions to safeguard the champion, in the second Trenton streets-two new and up-to-date and modern EVERYTHING GUARANTEED

[great loan needed bf;the government round of their scheduled ten-round bungalows and a corner lot near' Lake Dot win be sold

,have ,been' accepted ,of necessity, but bout here tonight, together or separate at prices too low ,to mention here
'the" six power group has gone from Prices and also my reason for selling will ,be given upon
.one objection to another, delaying the inspection of premises.. Cash or Terms Fine opportunity Allen & Co. T

moment when China could get its Ruskin may soon have an electric for investment.. If not sold before May 1st, will be rented.
funds and meanwhile standing in theway light plant

of any other money supply. Birch CLARENCE P. SMITH

Crisp, the,Englishman, endeavored to JEWELERS
carry a daring piece of financing .

," through relieve'the against, i immediate the allied,necessities nations and of TUf OAKLAND HMIIIMilitMiHIHiltlltHtlMlililMMMMiMinLET Orlando, Florida t,

; :the :Chinese, ,but evea so enlightened I

a government as the British presented ] "JIM" DO IT
the appearance of a scared and 4

'.-, .scandalized: grandmother in representing THE CAR I' M II

to Crisp the audacious .impertinence ; THAT EVERYBODY I If you have property to sell I l

of undertaking. and evidently -

;representing to the Chinese the IS' TAIlING I H Let Jim do it j ovin1My l

audacious impertinence of their : JUST

acquiescence. ABOUT If you want, to buy .
In the'meanwhile Great Britain, pursuing .

reluctantly hope, but 'nevertheless ASK BEMftNSTlATlON Let Jim do it. )- '

ruthlessly, the oblique policyof
coercing China into the Indian opium City and Country Properties, Farm
.
4,
',trade, gets.itself into, obloquy by SEE Lands Groves and Tracts Spring line of Men and l ..

sophistical representations designed to ,
prevent.the rigorous execution of'the MAGRUDERNOTICE \ LOOK AT THESE BARGAIN Boys Straw Hats in all the t-
t
.Chinese, policy of suppressing a_'vice .Twenty acres, 10 acres of,which is in bearing orangegrove newest shapes Nice line of

which was destroying the nation., ,, and balance of 10 acres in timber land five-mom .L! .
: Tbi''millions.:which' Indian banks I I INTENTION APPLY FOR i: cottage, located three miles from city, price 300000.' Panamas for $5. My spring

iiMI'1 rchanTi1 have tied up Ili '. yl! ; ...* > LETTERS* r PATENT- I I Twenty-five acres, 10 acres of bearing grove, 600 Trouser line is now completein

; hi..; oDmtOdiijl:' r which China Notice is LereW- kiven that we the uridefifatt -I Is1 : trees, .five-room house and barn, located on lake front. all shades.
"his offered.the,only large,and certain ,will apply to the Governor of the :' four miles from.city, price $4,000.00. new
State of Florida at Tallahassee; on the Nine-
:market is the miserable excuse for teenth 4 > of April. A. D.,1913, for Letters : Thirty acres, 15 acres in grove, 1000 trees, 15 acres ..
this;bit of Patent incorporating THE PIERCE ELEC- of fine farm and
inhumanity land
I vegetable located
; TRIC CO., un Wall Street, 'which' ,has for years ter the original of'whi h' is now on file in : four and half miles from city, price 500000.
the ffice of UM Secretary of State of the
'liat'ii' ; i e''in: the.financial policy of said>State of Florida. : Forty acres of virgin pine timberland of fine fruit and

this country'and'dictated much of the A.Witness. D. 191S our, ,names this 14th day of March, I vegetable land fronting on Lake Conway,.four miles from Clark Robertson '
.
: financial treatment of weaker_nations, F. IL'M. BARKER., .- : city, price $2,000,00.Twenty r
F. WILLIAMS
., is .'i attempting to' influence" the"Wfso'hi EARLE V. MAYERS, : acres of lake front'land near city suitable for
administration against extending -- JESSE HOOK : su 'vision. Price $3,800.00. -
E. S. 'PIERCE. Successor to Jerome Palmer fir Co.
r any help ta.the>New.China.,These WILBUR I.., TILDEN. I Forty-five acres, five acres in bearing orange grove, '
;. 'money' gluttens'who have:"more than ARTICLES Attorney OF for INCORPORATION Incorporation; OF THE I small house and barn; located at Conway, five miles from y

; they: know what"to':dor:with,. will. hive We undersigned PIERCE, ELECTRIC incorporators CO. hereby city, price $1,500.00.Five .

.,\oS. difficulty, .in.getting. Bryan- to aidthem' associate ourselves together for the purpose acres with cottage near.city, price $1,500.00
' in11.their: .schemes' ."to 'devour of laws forming of the'a corporation State.of, Florida for profit, and under to that the Three and one-half acres with twelve-room house lo-

.<,.. China. end do adopt PROPOSED the following CHARTERThe : cated near city, price 150000. ,

L Twenty acres with bearing grove of 300 trees, small .

.SAVE;:OUR'BOYS PIERCE name ELECTRIC of the Corporation CO., and shall its'principal be THE house, and.barn, price, $2,800.00 Tlffi'-NBW' H T RB.

The greatest problem that confronts place DA;of but business the company shall be may ORLANDO establish FLOW branch Je [L' mIWFORD. OFFICE OVERBLVE DRUG
.i:' ..American1.men'is the: American boy. stores for the conduct or the mention of its STORE, ORANGE AVENUEflORLANDO
business at such other points in the State as
To.give a'rising''generationthe right its Directors may determine.IL lililltltfHIimilMMIiMMMtMMttttMtHlltH
star is,no'small task, and is that -
one
The general nature of the business shall bet Cor. South and Hughey Sts. f fi
'must ,be met: :The salvation of: the transact and carry on a'General Electrical
; Business consisting of,all brancehs of eie-
united States is wrapped( up in that trical contracting 'and dealing either by
:small package of gun;powder labeled wholesale or retail in electrical materialsand WE BUY FOR CASH AND SELL FOR CASH. WE
and such other linea'of merchandise
supplies KEEP OUR EXPENSES DOWN AND CONSEQUENTLY
> the American boyhood,' His environ as the directors may from time to -
education the time deem advisable with powers incident CAN KEEP OUR PRICES DOWN
ment, and early is all thereto as provided by the 'Statutes of the
important,question.. 'A'great .metropolitan State of,Florida.IIL
BUSINESS COLLEGE Our Prone No. is .
newspaper r like the 'Chicago. The amount of the Capital Stock of the
Corporation shall be Five Thousand ($5.000.00)Dollarl.
Tibune .editorially says' : the,par to, be'yelue divided of One into Hundred Fifty (50)(1100.00)Dollars sharesof And an.Order:will Have Prompt Attention, and win be

Opportunities: play .are becom' each. Four fifths 'of the said capital Delivered to,Any Part of the City.
ini-mOn, and more circumscribed in stock shall be payable in property at a just ,
valuation to be fixed by the board of directors
the.large'.city. What was fun to the at a meeting called for that purpose and one MODERN COURSES IN D B.. RAYBON, Proprietor ORLANDO, FLA. '
lad of '. fourth payable in lawful money of the United
thirty years, when '
ago practiced
States at the call of the Board of Directors.
by the youngster of today often IV.' Single and Double Entry Bookkeeping. Cor
The term for which'the corporation is to .
lands him in the'Juvenile court as a "
exist shall be.perpetual
:delinquent. This delinquent boy, especially v*'\ ( poration Bookkeeping, Banking, Shorthand, .. -
of the
The 'officers by whom the business llliHIMItiitttillltlMliMltltMilMlllilliMThe .
if he,is a first offender, cannot corporation is to be eondnted shall be a President Typewriting, Penmanship, Commercial Law, -

be treated as a criminal What he a Board, Vice of President Four Directors.Secretary The Treasurer offices and of Commercial Arithmetic Spelling and all
needs is not prison,sentence but to Secretary if it shall be deemed advisable by ,
'
the board of directors may be held by the Service. RAl( ( ( fOR
Branches of Civil ESTATE :
be sent toa: school where he can be 'same person. The'number of the directorsmay SAfta
be.changed from time to time by the bylaws
rehabilitated and restored to,the comaaunity but at no time shall the number be less ,,:
'as'a good citizen. than three or more than five.
DAY AND NIGHT CLASSESExperienced -
The officers shall be chosen annually by the
At present there is but one training stockholders at their annual meeting to be I' .- af

school for delinquent boys in this i held of on May the.of ant each Tuesday and every after year.the.tint Until Monday the Teachers in Charge. Diplomas i: . trend of Orlando's Growth is : -
state. 'It'is at St. Charles,;HI, and isgreatly :election to be held on the first Tuesday after I' .
the first Monday:of May A. D. !1913 F. M. and ,Positions Secured for Graduates I' Northeast Lewter's I -k
Granted
Addition and.
overcrowded. Time and againit Barker, shall be president; Earl V. Mayer, .

turns,delinquents any from its shall shall be be Secretary Vc 4'rcident and :Treasurer and F. H.: and Williams F, Ml .. Sunshine Park are there. Near by I
doors; For want of better institutions Barker., Earl V Mayer: F. R.Williams and
these are sent to the penitentiaries or Jesse Hook shall be.the VL Board of Directors. Patronize Home Institutions.For is Paradise Hill. Let me show you I Iii.F.

reform schools, where, instead of;being The highest 'amount of liability to which
the corporation can at any time subject itself
restored to'the community, they 'shall be Five Thousand $5,000.00) Dol.
.become criminals through association. lara. m Prices and Terms call on'or address:
with hardened law-breakers. The names and residences of the'subscribers
to the capital stock and the number of sharesof A.
Friends of these boys, among them the'said capital stock subscribed by each LewterUMIMIMI
:Merritt W. are as follows: ., .
Judge Finckney Chicago Name Residence No. of SharesF. Or1do' Eflesse II . I

,'and.Judge :W, Vanderventer of M. Barker, Orlando, Florida Fit Ten ten (10) shares shares I It....__ . ._<_ _ _ .. _'"' _ _ .. _ . _ _ _ _ _I
F. H. Williams Orlando. ; (10) "' .
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:East St Louis HL
are backing, bill Earl V. Mayer Orlando, Fla, ten (10) shares - - -
Fla. tea sharesE. .
Jesse Hook Orlando (10)
now before the state l legislature in S. Pierce. Gainesville Fla. One (1) share Till' FLOOR PMNE597: '
their interest The bill 'asks for an IN WITNESS WHEREOF we have hereunto ,
set our hands and seals this 14th day of -
appropriation with which to establish March A. D. 1913. HAND 'BUniNNG ORLANDO FLA.,
another training school the F. M. BARKER. (Seal) .,
on plan of F. H. WILLIAMS (Seal) i GREATEST BARGAIN IN
the one maintained at St'Charles; EARL V. MAYER, (Seal) ORlANDO
JESSE, HOOK, (Seal) ,.,
The city. council,pf Chicago.adopted E. s..PIERCE, (Seal) .
,resolution 'recently favoring 'the STATE or.,FLORIDA BS. 58

granting of this appropriation. Many COUNTY OF ORANGE .! -
BE IT REMEMBERED that on the 14th day BRIGHAM & HILL
other cities throughout the state join of March ,A. D. 1913 before me. the subscriber BEAUTIFUL ,
in :the ppe 1J foi;anothec;.training personally-Earl;appeared V., Mayer... -Jesse M. Barker Hook 1 LOTS ON LAKE .
F. H. 'WiUIamI;
icfiool for .delinquents:, ,This appeal and E. S. Pierce, who I am satisfied are the EOLA c
individuals'described &* and who executed the anbe bought
:should be heeded by the legislature. foregoing proposed charter and acknowledged .NEWSAGENTS f 1 very
'Money, spent in the saying of delinquent aeveNiy'that-they executed the same as in* '.
f 'the and purposes thereto reasonable Inquire at theH' '
corporator* or .uses I .
children ,is proftablytinvesCd! expensed. '*- .
,.. WITNESS my hand and official,seal at Orlando .
.* ,., in the County'and State aforesaid on Orlando Stationery Souvenir and Curio Store
u.{ One year after.marriage a man can the day. and. Tear-last RH..YOWELL above: written. e SENTINEL, ::
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: seldom; offer a satisfactory1+ explanalion. commission expires .
Notary Public my
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; 1IIlI1ISIISIISIiIIIIIIOIlISIIHIIOIIIIIIIttr .. .. ...,.... . ...-, '- "- SUNDAY,MUSNGSSenday I' . _
::1- '
r is a home day ''with
lAUl9' .,Masse Pre&i eBt., .
.- J :people.. That is more people look
,; ,_ _- ', t ., '.>. ; it
,T. :Ptetoa:t Wariow": ;TiecJ m.; .&:Wsten Howe,.,Cukier ; ward to the quiet Sabbath;;,day '_'Or ... ..

:' *Howard, C Btkeoek., Ant. Cubist... .Samuel'A.' Newcli.,'Amt CnUer. II all its holy influence when 'the f
-- \. ,. v ". !: ily may have a quiet day :

u than other day in the -
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any
year.
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{ :THE Homes, ,like individuals, have .
relations to each other; and as

man lives unto ,himself, so7 no
should live. to itself alone. It 1
V ANK through the medium of the home
TATE
the social and religious life

: , ; America is kept pure and
j 'j; ">
s and in a healthful circulation.
home should be as a city' set ,
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'of Orlando hill, that can not be hidden.-

Y: Yt should flock friends and
,;t"'f. ? pure and holy, unto'God. The
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-.' the world, the stimulous and '
:'' .
,. 't who have been deprived '
; of contact with various
ESTABLISHEDIN 1893 ing power
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natural protectors and desire
tures, the fresh flowers of
gathered from wide fields, make assistance or advice,

y" THIS the oldest Bank in.Orlando, has had nearlyentYyears home life pleasant, and lovable.The here the same careful, ;, ....

Qf f experience.of banking in' this home where God does not and respectful consid- ':
z- + into and become a part of it is
:,. 11 section_oi Florida., It offers its services to all wish- ren and does.not'blossom out into would desire for our own i
and grandeur of the under similar conditions.
beauty
! ing to transact business with a bank carefully' conducted institution> on earth. your requirements may

; ;; on conservative banking principles.. Outward from the home should always a pleasure to serve
benign influences, charities;
amenities and all those
We draw drafts on all parts of the world and buy which are, the natural offspring

J and'sell,domestic exchange. high and harmonious life.

; m. munication condition necessary of minds to and [ lS[ NATIONAL l BANK

Our correspondents, with many others, include cial and religious development .

%: the National Park Bank, New York; First National well developed home, means a _
veloped community, and a well: enclosure, desk, chairs,' tellers .
Bank Philadelphia; Third National, Bank, Atlanta;. oped community means a well entrance to cashier's office '-"

-x Merchants Mechanics National Bank. Baltimore- ; oped nation. for ladies. IJ' ;
And now, young man, a word !
Continental .& Commercial National Bank,, Chicago: you. My boy, you .are the Bank" Yew accent solicited

National:Bank of Commerce, St. Louis.. this country. More depends
than any other living creature.
t are the power house of this

'We,Pay'4 per cent laterest OR Sayings Accounts .:. ment; you are the powder .. .. .t, ,_
uA wherein is'stored all the .

.._ . . to protect this
- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - ergy necessary
try of ours against the invasion

'# 'HOW;'DID YOU DIE? SNAKE STORY norance and sin. You are the ]

Did you'tackle.that trouble that came I ; sons endowed with the power ,

!' '( your: way Dangerous But Amaakf Incident at the props out from under the .

With resolute ,heart and cheerful,I Orlando Gab House Golf of wickednss and sin in

Or hicIe;).!) face from 'the light. off Links litical and religious life. To
,'day It is not often that a snake storyis strong, stalwart young men,
With.a' craven soul and, fearful? given much credence but the follow at the ppen gate of life, with .. -

": Oh,:a, trouble's a, ton, or a.trouble's mg -story related by Dr. Williams, eyes scanning the wonderful !
,an ounce, chief surgeon of a large hospital at that stretches before you, I :
'. .j Or 'trouble is ,what make it, Pnnxsutawney Penn., but who is make the most of your God
,\J".. k_._ .1.> ,a . you
: ',": .. \>'. ..;.b4it" lent the fact that you're hurt' spending the winter months at Orlando power. Flowers are springing
and the of his your feet among the velvety COMPLETE
'; . that counts, giving greater part
;'"''& r. '4i90 time to his faviorite of. brooks are dragging their
: .But'only,how you take it. game golf, STOCK
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can not fail to be believed by even the silver over shining rocks, and ,

Ton are, beatenwhafs to earth? Well, most skeptical: "It was on Thursday in careless frolic toward OFSprin
{ -that? afternoon." remarked the doctor birds fluttering, like blosso

\Cow up;with a smiling face; "while a PartY of us were making the the overhanging foliage,
I
:Its arming .you ,to fall downtat. : rounds of the links, that one of the breathing their sweet voiced 1M'1
., I p&rtf.knoeked a ball which went out upon the pure air; breezes full,
.
Bat to lie there-that is a disgrace. of the course and, alighted across a and hope are fanning thy

,The harder you're thrown, why, the ditch which ;contained a considerable filling thy soul with
,higher you'bounce; amount of water. One of the party pleasure, and the sky-is

:Be:,proud of your blackened eye. more supple ,than the rest jumped you with no break of blue, save Styles

,It: I n'tthe; fact that you're licked across the ditch to recover the ball in the exalted perspective, 'I. :
.
that, counts; but immediately sprang into the air en clouds sit like crowns on

? 'Its. ho. wdid. you fight-and' why? and back across the ditch from where ed mountains. Your heart
he started. Inquiry revealed the information : your limbs are strong, your ;

.And though you be-done40 the death, that a large snake had healthful, and your whole FASHIONABLEAND
R. ) what then?. caused the sudden action on the part able and sensuous nature ,
I
If you battled,the best you ,could, of the seeker of the golf ball. quick response_ to the appeals
:If,you.played your part'in the world Mr. Porter, also of Pennsylvania, beauty and music and the BECOMINGStraw
of the prospect, for the king
.of men, now came up with his iron mounted
Why -the critic will call it good. golf club, and, more fearless than,the is your guide. To you my

Death comes with a crawl, or comes others, leaped across ,the ditch to an- hearted boy, I offer a warning.

with a bounce, nihilate snakeship, which had now'i. left of you, lies a path that'

,And. whether. he's slow 'or spry, coiled himself up ready for a spring..' ing,- and as deceptive as it

It.isn't the fact that,you're dead that Although Mr. Porter can land on a ng. This path starts at the
i taints golf ball at will, his first stroke at the the hill that gives you an Hats

But ,only how did you die?-:'Ex. snake went wild but the second true gleam of a mirrage- that is
I ... and the snake started for the water tug and disappointing you. 'P Y.

PENNSYLVANIA PICNIC, A. BIG I with.a broken back. /The rest of the though it starts in the bright

''HIT_ .:OTHER CITIES SET UP fight was easy for Mr. Porter now, of sunshine, is beset very

1 .: .uD.TAKE. ,NOTICE.. by a quick motion of his well trained by thorns that pierce your "
arm landed the snake across the ditch make your march unpleasant;
In Orlando a few days ago the .
,Pefifisylvanians had, picnic of their and right among his fellow players .I on the thicket grows dark.a Brown & Lartigue '
tain bats and beetles beset
'
is own Thediat'of visitors from the who were watching the fight on the I ;
other side of the ditch. sides; your path winds
Y Keystone:flute who attended the en-
;, ,te taiDme t'ls far too long to count Another stroke or two: and the and rugged rocks, sluggish
that wind in and about dark
snake dead. A careful
bet it:certainly looks interesting and I was measure-
: r suggests the' idea that if there are! ment proved the snake to be four places, where no pleasant
heard-this is the path of I
'*&y people in Orlando who did not feet in length and as thick as a man'swrist
'It also found to be leads to death. Satan, the I
come:from .Pennsylvania, and if other was a moccasin \
"" which is of the most lies, is the only escort on
,states .are anything near as wellrepresented snake one
'; the :'city must be very poisonous type-found in Florida." : "Choose" ye this day whom BASE BALL
serve.
= popular and alive:with winter:'guests. "At this juncture some one remark.
_. ..:...Jacksonville ,TimesUnion.Our' ed that the snake had a very,long and. And now, my young friend .
> hug, let me give you a word
Pennsylvania friends'who did peculiar looking tongue. Investigation -
!' tbe&selvea so 'proudly. last Saturday I however revealed the fact that personal experiences of a STETSON UNIVERSITY
have attracted wide attention and the there had been a case of "snake eat though now is nearing: the
snake" the moccasin had mile post, has still the
affair is being noted by a number of for apparently -
I -
that thrills.I .
the:State papers. The publishing of just about finished, swollowing a VS
r r the namesOf, those in attendance by lack snake,which measured two anda can not remember the (
r ;* ,the,'Sentinel, proved the winning card half feet in length, and the fact ofa Christian experiences, for ROLLINS COLLEGE

M' ittedicated ,the large number of gorged stomach may account for their beginning ,an old
people,-'from the Keystone State in the moccasin's not having. put up a dutch home, where the old ,

tkw city.TheSentinel.; . I better, fight. r religion was a daily I "
Y prides itself on hav- The ,editor of the Sentinel accepts old fashioned way,'in which Monday March 17th

'leg,a.''larfe;,list'of friends and sub-: no responsibility for' this story but considered too young to ,
= x % jjeribers aaong these ,substantial respectfully refers all inquiries to Dr. and have a part: And I give : and
Peaflsylvaakna' 'and, is extremely Williams himself, who will be glad to as the experience one ,.

s glad. to-see-the favorable notoriety interview any who may call upon humat joyed all. the experiences. !i March 18th
Tuesday
\they' .are 'getting., the New Lucerne Hotel. : ores of boyhood and young' ,
that there 'is ,no place ,on
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home and'the home influence '
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s L Uw Sentinel. old fashioned regligion that
Special to :
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, pietty;:party took place yetterdaf -
Rome March It '
.15.- was reported from the family altar
; :.afteraoen'when the members of ,
at, the Vatican 'today 'that the; Pope father and mother, aad:tie _
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k. \ 'the- .,,Setewky. Auction. .Bridge ,Club, had a. slight, recurrence.of fever to- that has made life sweet to --" ,.T' ',--.,. ,.< ..

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life, and will rua. ...... _' ', : .'\., A -
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semi bse past WitIi even aalad Mrs./McBae, ,of WOmtegton, N I; " -:- >. :tII ,....:. ; p' :
.ui...:,!jllirrptt i .Iee sodA c., it the hoeee Pet! of.Min. Brake Seae day I shall meet you :: : ,: '..,#;: .. :.'. .,', ." '. ,

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