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Title: The daily sentinel
Uniform Title: Daily sentinel (Orlando, Fla.)
Alternate Title: Daily South Florida sentinel
Physical Description: 1 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: Josiah Ferris
Place of Publication: Orlando Fla
Creation Date: April 3, 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 )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1913.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 1, no. 269 (Dec. 20, 1913).
General Note: J.F. Schumann, editor.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 4 (Feb. 14, 1913).
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Source Institution: University of Central Florida: Florida Digital Newspaper Library
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Related Items: South Florida sentinel
Succeeded by: Morning sentinel

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VOLUME ONE ORLANDO, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, APRIL 3RD, 1913. NUMBER 45.
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BODY OF WORLD'S ,FINANCIER CREST OF PRESENT. RISE DUE DARING AVIATORS TO MAKE COMPANY C REORGANIZED LAST THE CORNER OF ORANGE WHICH RESULTED IN THE BURNING -

v LEFT, ITALY LAST NIGHT TO REACH CAIRO SUNDAY ] AN EFFORT TO WIN FIFTY NIGHT WITH FIFTY-EIGHT J j|I AVENUE AND CHURCH STREET OF A CHURCH AND

'4' AND WILL BE TAKEN NIGHT THE CITIZENS THOUSAND OFFEREDBY MEN-ABLE OFFICERS I, BY MR. JOSEPH L INJURING A NUMBEROF

ON STEAMER LA FEEL SAFE. i THE LONDON HEAD OF ORGAN- GUERNSEY. PEOPLE.

> FRANCE. Special to the Sentinel I DAILY MAIL. IZATION. What is acknowledged to be the Palestine, III, April 2.-The burn

Special to The Sentinel Cairo, Ill., April 2.-The situationat i Special to the Sentinel Last evening in the Armory, Com- best business corner in Orlando, at ing of 'the Bethel church, north of

Rome, April 2.-After two highly Cairo is more hopeful tonight. The : New York, April 2.'-Rodman Law pany C, National Guard of Florida, the northeast corner of Orange avenue Bourbon, Ind., was the result of a

impressive funeral services held at breaking of the drainage district I and Harry Bingham Brown ,plan to was. re-organized. I'I and Church street, owned by practical joke played by Geo. Adkics.

the Grand Hotel in the morning at- levee, as well as levees south of the be the first men to try to fly across Egbert C. Moore, by a unanimous Mr. Jos. L Guernsey is to have a new Rev. Adkins had worked his audience
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tended by the relatives here and a city has slackened the rapid rise in the Atlantic ocean. Both men will vote was chosen captain; Ray H. two story modern business block. I up to the highest pitch by his eloquence

number of personal friends, the body the river. The levees are still in- leave the east coast of New Found- Chapman, first lieutenant and Harry This is the most valuable and promi- on the subject, "His Satanic

of J. Pierpont Morgan was placed in tact and have been bulkheaded high I land on next July in a Burgess-Wright Hoffner, second lieutenant.The nent business corner in the city, com- Majesty," when a being resembling ,

a second class coach at 4:30 this enough to withstand a fiftyeightfeetstage hydroplane flight to win the fifty' company was recruited to its manding as it does, a clear view from the devil, with a large head and -

afternoon and conveyed to the railroad of water. The crest of the pres- 'thousand dollar prize offered by the minimum strength, but the rank and the depot, and from the entire dis- switching tail, appeared, blowing

station. Upon arrival at the ent rise is due to reach Cairo Sun London Daily Mail for the first file::will soon show a muster of sixty- tance of Church street both east and smoke from his nostrils, and bellowed

station, the body was placed in a day. The citizens now feel the cityis :heavier-than-air machine to fly across west "I am the devil and want you =

small freight car and sealed. The safe. ''the Atlantic. five.The old company, having been below Mr. Guernsey owns one hundred feet all" The audience became panic

,car will remain sealed until it is Because of the flooded drainage i 1: According to the plans already the standard, the organizationwa front on Orange avenue and thence I I stricken, men, women and children

opened for conveyance to the steamer. district, Cairo is without railroad ser- made the flight will be made in thirty- disbanded and, for quite a while, back on Church street to the alley,I were hurled to the floor and trampled

Mr. and Mrs. Satterlee and.J. ,S. vice. The Illinois Central and the : six hours, including one stop in mid- it looked as though Orlando would so that about four splendid business upon by a mad rush for the door.

Harries, a member of the Morgan Big Four railroads both suffered ''ocean. Arrangements are already have representation in the State rooms can be made to front on Orange In the confusion the stove was upset

,firm in Paris, left on the same train heavily in the drainage district, much'made with three steamship lines to Militia, but Captain Moore and Lieu- avenue, and one good one could and the building caught fire. Befort

with the body. They go direct to track and many embankments being carry supplies and gasoline, so that tenant Chapman have been energet- be made to front on Church street. the audience regained their proper '

Paris' from whence they, will changeto torn away. I the aviators may take on a fresh ically at work for the past several 1 The Sentinel had always hoped to senses, the fire had made such heai-

the boat train for Havre. The All trains are now detoured around supply,in midocean.I days with the result that Orlando can L see a banking house on this corner, way that all attempts to save the

body will be taken aboard the steamer the city. The entire east side of I When completed, the hydroplanewill now boast of as fine a company as; as its prominence_ would be a great church were in vain.

' La France.KENTUCKY I Mississippi county, Missouri is now weigh one thousand five hundred will be found in the State by the i advantage to a bank, and .a modern Geo. Adkins confessed that he,

inundated. Great damage has been'pounds; ,. exclusive of the aviators. time the next regular encampmentis ; banking room such as Mr. Guernsey I with the help of neighboring boys

TOWNS NOW CENTER done to the crops and buildings. The Several French aviators have announced called. could and would build, would be a rigged up a devil suit and, knowingthe

OF FLOOD. Drink Water break is three hundred I their intention of competingbut The Armory has been renovated rich asset to Orlando and a great advertisement -I ,subject of his father's sermon
feet wide and steadily growing.The claim that it will take them a to the
and a first class gymnasium fitted City Beautiful. concealed himself behind a chair act
_. IptfUl to tht Sentinel water will flood the St. Francis'basin year or more to make arrangements.KING up and shower baths installed. Present plans are for business I awaited the arrival of the audience. .

Hickman, Ky., April 2.-The hills 1 and will rejoin the Mississippi I The Sentinel congratulates the com- rooms below and office rooms above.In -

back to Hickman are now occupied by again near New Madrid. No loss of GEORGE BURIED. mand upon its selection of officers ] all cities, of any size office build-

a city of _tents, while the buildings of I J life has occurred in the section flood-I' ani will lend its aid to the organiza-ings where professions of certain TWENTIETH CENTURY CLUB.

are either submerged in water or,| ed, as the residents had ample warn,Special' to the Sentinel i in evemanner possible. 1 1OBJLANDO lines may concentrate in one blockis
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lie a mass of wreckage beneath a ing and escaped. I j j Athens, April 2.-The body of King tior 1i i becoming the rule. For instance, of unusually the Twentieth well attended meeting

swirling sea of water. George was buried today. A division i iJVIA if lawyers are known to occupy a Century Club
NEW YORK PARTY
Not many lives are reported lost, VARDAMAN'S VIEWS. ,J I I S. A. L AND PA. LINES. new home of Mrs. Kollock
but the property loss will be im- : i followed the bier to the grave and V : J JI block, or real estate men a certain on Cea-
I Sen-;: cord avenue.
mense. Special to The : various groups of foreign officers and I block, it is a great convenience to the

Refugees are in many cases suffering Washington, D.O., April 2.-Sen-1 envoys supplied a dash of color to the The following party of thirty-four ]public and especially so in a city The reading was from the fourthact
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for lack of food and clothing. ator.James K. Vardaman, of Mississippi -']pageant, which was made up by its of Orlando's winter residents left Or- where thousands of strangers come Shakespeare's "Corilannus,
today said it was his intention:'war-like impressiveness what it lackedin lando in special car over the SeaboardAir i every year. and this was followed by many interesting :,

CALLOWAY IS NAMED. after the tariff was out of the road 'j splendor. Line, Tuesday evening. j i Mr. Guernsey's plans contemplate a current events.? *

Special to the SenthuLWuMngtoApriLKWhile to press ,upon congress his proposed The following composed the party: 1 building of light buff brick ,laid in Mrs. Kollock seated her guests %.

-. ,Fuller repeal-of-the fifteenth amendment of HEALTH CONDITIONS 'GOOD. H.'S. Swezey, Miss H. L. Hagaman, i colored mortar with grooved beade, the pretty drawing room and the
E. Callaway, a,cotton-mill. owner and constitution and the modificationof view was cut off by' a large screen
the Mr. Trousdale, Mrs. Trousdale, Jas. i metal, muntin plate glass front, and
business man of LaGrange, Ga., has the fourteenth amendment. : been selected for Commissioner of In- The fifteenth amendment the' D. C. 2.-Sur- ) J' in the afternoon this screen was removed
gives April comb, M. R. McMillan, Chas Stewart, i modern business building. .
dian Affairs, no announcement of the negro the right to vote. It declares' geon general Blue, of the health ser- ]Mrs. Stewart, Master Stewart, A. W.i i i Construction will begin July 1, and revealing a daintily appointedtable
appointment is expected for several that the right of citizens to vote shall vice who returned to Washington today at which Mrs. Pliny Norcros
i Carey, Mrs. Carey, E. E. Gobee, Mrs. ]present plans are to have it completed -I
days, when the names of 'the new I not be denied or abridged by the < said there was very little san- commissioner of the general land office United States or by any state on account I itary work to be done in the Ohio J ]Mead, Miss Divine, Thos. Dunsmore, 1 has been in business in Orlando for Mrs. Norcross, was served to the

1'# and first assistant secretary of of race, color, or previous con- ;flood districts. He added the sanitary I Jno. Funke, Mrs. Funke, Mrs. J. H.'i'many years, has acquired a neat for- guests by Mrs. Hutches, and homo

: the interior will be announced. dition of servitude. 'I condition of the flooded districts were Long, Mrs. Carroll, Mrs. L. E. FosI I tune, and has reached that period in made brown bread and saltines coo ,

The fourteenth amendment also better than could possibly be expected gate, Master Fo gate, A. I. Simmons :1 life where he. would enjoy and in fact pleted the menu.
KILLED BY A PITCHED BALL. deals with the elective fanchise and under the circumstances. He said Thos.l '
; Mrs. Simmons, Geo. Carey, i needs a respite from the business!
Special to the SeDtbaeLChattanooga, Tenn., April 2.-J.. C. I the question' of basis representationin 1 I there was little danger of disease being Gardner, and Mrs. Haaley and daugh-J;activities of life, and as he is abundantly -1 CAIRO FLOOD EXTENSIVE
congress. Vardaman is enthusi- apprehended.MRS ', c .
I able to retire from active business !-
chief of of Dechard
police ,
ter.The
Hayes,
Tenn. was instantly killed this after- astic on the subject of a "white man's party was in charge of Mr.I: the chances are that Mr. Guern- Mr. Charles Pink, one of Orlandc/t
,
when struck by a pitched ball government. In line with his policy, ABERNETHY HAS FALL George Carey. Mr. C. M. Dickerson, :sey will either sell his stock of hard- northern residents, is in receipt 'ot
noon
Haynes, was passing behind the he said he would introduce the "Jim General Passenger Agent and S. C. I ware and furniture to some one younger a telegram from his daughter, Milt

catcher when a thrown ball struck Crow car bill" which provides for a Mrs. B. G. Abernethy fell down the Boylston, assistant General Passen- and anxious to get into the busy
under
him behind the separate car for colored persons in steps at the E. G., Duckworth home ger Agent, accompanied the party as 'swirl of Orlando business activities, .
ear. the District of Columbia and all'I yesterday morning and received i quite far as Jacksonville. I or that he will reduce it to a small "Dear Father: We are passing

M STETSON LOST TO FLORIDA. 1 l.i trains engaged in interstate com(II a shock. She is quite an elderly lady I stock between this and July 1, and through the highest flood ever known.

2.-The University merce. and the effect upon her nervous system ORLANDO ALWAYS POPULARA then move it to his large warehouseon Hope to win out. Will all stay her

St. Augustine, April
I : was such as to put a serious aspect Jackson street, near the depot, at Halliday House. All well. Low
of Florida base ball club cele-
brated the 400th anniversary of the TRAMPS WILL BE ACTORS. upon her condition at first, but banker from Minneapolis, who where it can be handled during the from Ed and myself."

landing of Ponce de Leon at St. Au- I upon calling Doctor Person, it was has traveled all over Florida, is in construction period.It This message removed a burden oi
I Special to the Sentinel found that no bones were broken, and Orlando again and says that in all I will not seem natural to come 'I fearful anxiety from the mind of
gustine by landing on Stetson university I Chicago,.April 2.-Hoboes who can although somewhat 'bruised no serious and Mr. Pink, for he knew from
defeatinbthe I his travels he has not found any place up town not find Jos. L Guernseyin newspaper
here and
yesterday sing a song, dance a jig or tell a story hurts. The nervous shock as an that suits him so well as Orlando, and I his business room on that corner, reports that Cairo had been flooded '
DeLandites by the score of 5 to 1.1"will be able to get plenty to eat anda aftermath to the fall is the result as that he means to buy a home in this but as he has been one of the most by the bursting of a levee, and know :,

The game was well played and nice place to sleep from now ,on in might be expected of one of her age. city before going north. He has '!active business men of the city for ing the relatively level condition of _

many asts that Ancient visited City the baseball ball enthusi-I I I Chicago. The International Brotherhood traveled over the state and studied I many years, and has been energetically the country at Cairo, he rightly esti-

:1, Welfare Association today opened ORLANDO HAS HONORED GUEST conditions, and consequently is not associated with every laudable mated the results.
well pleased with the playing strength ,
its headquarters and the event
I new
I I talking at random. Like many others enterprise looking to the advancementof The Halliday House spoken of 'U
of both'organizations.
Coach ',I will be celebrated this evening withan Hon. James Alexander, of DeLand, he says the solidity of Orlando, is its the best interests of the city ever I the telegram, is a very large'hotel-of
Davies selected by Hoffman
was entertainment to be known as the one of the best known men in Florida I since the several hundred and is '
substantial homes, its factories and great freeze, there will bel I rooms, situated
to do the pitching for the Ala-
I I"hoboes rag-time benefit. and a man who scatters more sun- mills; its gardens and bountiful found none who will begrudge him on practically the only elevation Lt
chua county athletes and this slab- James Eads How, who is in chargeof j '
shine wherever he goes than any man groves. Taken all in all .no place in the much deserved rest, and ill will Cairo.
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man did himself proud* for he pitched I the affairs, will see to it that in the state, was in Orlando yesterdayand Florida can offer better inducements );feel certain that he will still maintain The property 'loss at Cairo"-wi l-be
of the best of ball that
one games "casual workers" who are possessedof called at the Sentinel office. to the home builder and investor than" a lively interest in the affairs of immense as the loss extends to every
has been witnessed in the Ancient
natural talents are to be encour- James Alexander has had as muchto Orlando. I Orlando, politically, educationally and part of the city.OTHERS .
City in some time. He had ten strikeouts aged here. The proceeds are to be
do with the shaping of public affairs religiously.
to his credit when the contestwas i used to employ a Western labor agent, in Florida as other I
one
any man I LOVE ORLANDO.
GEORGE WRIGHT HAS TYPHOID.Mr. '
over. thus escaping the payment of $2 or in the State, and but few men living
The University of Florida team EVANGELIST (<
$5 fees to labor agencies.
today have SUNDAY.
as complete a knowledge
was certainly pleased to win from George Wright, who has been Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Tetrick, wba _.
I lof state affairs, and the relations of I
Stetson, because the' Stetson boys THE BAPTIST SERVICES.A I the state to the nation as Mr. ,Alex- in an ailing condition for the past The Immanuel Baptist church have I spent some time in Orlando during
handed them such a hot package when ander. He knows the political cate ten days, but who would not leave'secured the Rest and Tea room on the winter, left several weeks ago for

the Florida performers visited De- fair audience greeted Rev. Dr. chism of ',the state by heart and has his post of duty until a few days ago Orange avenue across from the San Ft. Myers and other points South of

Land the latter part of last month., Fitch Tuesday night at the Baptist the states welfare at heart. He came when he was taken to the, Church and|I I Juan Hotel for their meetings. Sunday here. But they are ,back to Orlando "

church an interesting service was held. to Florida when a young man, from Home Hospital-where he is quite ill will be the first day in the new again, and when asked by a Sentinel'

HORSE DROWNS IN STREET. I The doctor chose for his subject staid old Tennessee and has made with typhoid fever. }location and church service will beheld .representative how they had enjoyed,

Atlanta, April 2.-Among the tributes that night scene in the life of the good in the land of his adoption. He Tuesday, his condition was consid- both morning,and evening, conducted the trip, replied: "Had a splendU-

to Atlanta's chief of construction,I patriarch, Jacob, where he wrestled is one of Florida's great lawyers; ered quite serious but yesterday and J I by Rev. W. W. Pugsley, ant, time, but no where did we find anything ,
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here is one, not yet published in that with the angel 'till the break of day, one of' Florida's rich men. He is a last night he was considered better.J evangelist from Toronto, Canada. | like Orlando, and to go awayto

connection, of the old horse that I when God changed his name from Florida enthusiast and has a right to His many friends will watch with!I j I Rev. Pugsley has been other places for a time only makes;

drowned in a mud hole in one of At- Jacob to Israel, because he had power be. When he tells you that there is anxiety daily for developments. winter with friends on Lake Lucerne"us love Orlando the more. Orlande

lanta's perfectly good streets. with God and with men and had pre- great money in the orange ,culture I'I and has just closed a two weeks' revival for us. There is none better."

There was no trick about it, nor vailed. and great possibilities, you can not GRAND THEATRE."The service at Winter Garden. He
any, bursted water main to explainthe He closed with an earnest appealto doubt him, for he has drank from the is, a preacher of great spiritual power WELL KNOWN LADY DEAD. ;:

tragedy. The horse, hitched to a all to go home and study and profit fountain of experience and speaks ad- Ink Opera Cloak"Selig and every member of the church
grocery wagon,'was proceeding along by the lesson. The sermon was visedly.Mr. drama. should attend the services. The public Special to The Sentinel .

Selmon street, near Wylie, when it listened to throughout with the deep. Alexander is justly proud of "Auntie's Affinity," Lubin- m-1 I is invited. Frances Los Angeles M. Calif.widow, April 2.-Mra.
Depauw offormerSenator
stepped into a mud hole so deep that est interest. DeLand and DeLand is '"
justly
proudof
edy."His Depauw of Indiana wht
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the
animal was h drowned. The meetings will continue over! James Alexander, and the state is Enemy," Edison-drama. WEATHER REPORT. founded the Depauw university, died

Sunday. justly proud of them both. Florida-Generally fair Thursdayand at her home here today as the resafc .
Insurance, Real Estate Loans The for last .
subject night was,
Three blocks of
street has
paving
Friday. of a stroke of apoplexy.
Rentals ,CurtU ft O'Neal next Post- In the Cross."
"Glorying Bargain-Four quire box Stationery been laid in Lakeland and the workis

oflea. All_ are cordially invited. 35 cents. Curtis & OTfeal going forward rapidly WANTED-Clem ,rap at this 0'". Advertise in the Sentfatl."I i


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.lIT. BXPRESS lEN HARD In a_recent comparison between pupils An exposition known as,"The Adria
; Express companies have been hit in a 'closed-window schoolroomand Exposition" will be held'at Viaenna I :
w lard by the operation of tlw new those in an open-window school- the
during present year under the
parcel post system, according5 to ,a room in Philadelphia, it was found Magnificent
of the Showing
auspices Austrian Governmentand
of
,Statement subniitted to the Interstate that the open-window w class surpassed I
the city of Vienna tIt will be devoted
,Commerce Commission Tuesday. >1 the others in almost every test. The,
A '! to exhibits showing the civilization
soonsel for the companies in their temperature of the closed schoolroom -
,history, and scenic Adriatic
..Jnal arguments against the reduction" averaged.68 degrees, while for the countries. beauty New
'm express rates proposed by the'com open-window room it was 47 degress. Sprillge
'mission.: It was declared that the
have suffered --
mpanies approximate- .
:{ 1!; fr twenty-five per cent .In small '
package business loss which ;: and Dresses .'
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amounts to about six per cent of the ORLANDO HIND L LAUNDRY .
gross revenues of the companies.
Walker, D. Hines asserted that for

fee five companies he, represented- ,
2 tie Adams, American, United States, 11 East Pine Street WE ARE SHOWING A BEAUTIFUL ASSORTMENT OF I .
Southern and Wells Fargoapplication SILKS AND SATINS, ALL COLORS, DRESS GOODSIN
of the proposed rates to present ALL THE LATEST PATTERNS FOR OLD AND
harness would reduce revenues about YOUNG. WHITE CANVAS SHOES. THE DISPLAY
5.85 cents Prices Reasona aDd Work Guarantee
{xx 126,000,000 every dollar's a worth year or of business done.on CONTAINS ACCURATE ILLUSTRATIONS OF THE

Such a reduction in revenues, he said SEASONS BEST AND LATEST'CREATIONS, AND
would be absolutely destructive. He Family Washing a Specialty. Personal IS WORTHY THE ATTENTION OF EVERY ORLANDO I

naintained also, that the formula- Supervision of all Work. WOMAN. CALL, IN AND ACQUAINT YOURSELF .i
Bade rates would disturb seriously I WITH THE HIGH CHARACTER OF OUR GARMENTS
lusiness conditions in large cities AND THE REASONABLE PRICES.Kanner's .
such as Chicago and New York by J. Bay1riai. \ '
forcing a readjustment of competitive
sites. B. D. Fairchild, of the New
Tork Chamber of Commerce, for the Phone
195
shippers attacked Mr. Hines' statements New York
as purely theoretical and hypothetical

and insisted that the proposed GIVE US A TRIAL i
ates would yield an ample revenue

. to the express companies. He maintained .
also that the present allowances Bargain Store
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to the railroads for transporting facil- .
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; lies was excessive. LORD J. N. BRADSHAW If You Would be Posted be a Daily Visitor to this Store

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Statistics, compiled by the authori- Lord & BradshawWe
ties'of Cornell University, that I hiirirmr
prove
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Ten per cent off on all linen and
lead the in scholarship
ajnen men high wish to announce to our friends, and the public generally, Lace at Hamilton Dunn's.
:: in that institution of learning. 1913 :IvdlodelsMOTOCYCLES:
lecently out of the registration of -. thatfwe have formed a partnership under the
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1,000 students only 400 of whom are above firm name, fo$ general
women, eleven women and nine men J. B. McKAY,
: were selected to the society of Phi Real Estate Insurance CONTRACTOR AND
Beta Katta. Election to this society BUILDER.
B based on scholarship records
overi business and are centrally located in a ground floor office at No. Superintend All Work.
four There is further
yean course. Prices That Are an
' food for reflection in the fact that ofthe 17 S. Orange Avenue, (formerly occupied by Hamilton & Dunn Inducement.All .
nine men elected, three are Work Guaranteed.
where will be to meet all old friends
Chinese. Why should the American Millinery), we pleased our

youth fall before the prowess of his and to make new ones. '
sisters, and the hard working sons of ;

tie Orient. The boys invariably fail Our list of city and acreage;property is surpassed by none, MHimillliliilllllMil Four H. P. Models $200.00
through lack of industry and mental
application. and we havesome.exceptional bargains. COME AND SEE Us ELIJAH HAND 1 Seven H. P. Models, 250.00


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.Secretary. Daniels bas instructed the '
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sufficient sea service to insure ke CreamIS PRESENTS ITSELF AT CORNER OF ..AMELIA AND Y
that they are qualified and ezperienc- and APPRECIATIVE OF THE VERY
Trenton streets-two new up-to-date and modern
the duties of the .
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bungalows and a corner lot near Lake Dot will be sold
next higher grade. In other words,an BEST. WE ARE SPECIALISTS IN i
together or separate at prices too low to mention here.
officer. must have been at sea as a ke CreamMADE
Prices and also my reason for selling will be given upon
commander long enough to assure his inspection of premises.. Cash or Terms. Fine opportunity Electrical Wireing and Motor Work ,
doll as captain ,of a battleship_ and for investment.. If not sold before May 1st,will be rented.
he should have exercised enough battleship
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He:may safely be entrusted with a division
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Some refer to this,policy !- CHURCH ST.
: newspapers ke CreamREAL I Compulsory school bathing is enforced -
worrying officers 'whom they PHONE 280
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picture enjoyed leather-chaired ease in and Heilbronn.' In Gotha children who
soft shore'billets.. It is-a huge mis- Oscar Hand
can not afford bathing suits are sir/
take to assume that na.vyshore'dutYis ke Cream Ii
plied with them by the school. ; i
all cakes and ale. The service
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rendered at navy yards in the-navy ,.
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as1 department important is.as in commands many instances afloat,quite but; ke Cream. _DID YOU BAY. ? j jI Successor to & Hand (t\s!! The Best is'the CheapestSO r

after all, ours, fortunately, long has BEST overheard a prominent hardware, FULL LINE OF COM- I,
dealer this naming to
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been a seagoing navy.,The secretary'spolicy citizen of. Orlando, I could have PLETE HOUSE FURNISHINGS I I Ii GET THE BEST OF 'I
is designed to prevent protracted l Ice Cream bought land'at $2.50 and $5.00 but j '
shore duty and to prevent the evils did not do It {i 1 I .
of bureaucracy. It will send to sea YOU' At the time he referred, to I sold, Paints and Wall :
for an:Orlando man several hundred, COME IN AND. SEE US I Paper
at an early date certain officers who ke CreamEVER acres'of land in Orange county for I r
might remain on duty ashore to the $tOO per acre, the same land is now i,
great benefit of the service, but the sold in 10 and twenty acre tracts for ... __ __ THE 1912 WALL PAPER IN SAMPLES ;f
$30.00 acre, and is cheap at this ----- n
general principle of making sea service per IS GRAND AND I WILL BE PLEASED r
the, sine qua non smacks of the ke Cream price.What were the Orlando people buy. HIIIHIMillMMIMMTHE I TO SHOW THEM. ALL YOU HAVE TO I
best traditions of the navy. ing at that time? Gold mining stock.
TASTED If you had bought land, you could DO IS TO TELEPHONE AND I ,WILL
AN EXAGGERATED EXTRACT figure your profit. You knew some BRING THE SAMPLE TO YOUR HOME.
QUITE ke CreamAT time ago :your profit on the mining
stock,:without haying to figure on it.I ONE CIGAR, THAT ] :
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verses President Wilson kissed when profits, and I can show you. '
he took the oath of office, and all we, I can sell you something that will
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have to say is that he a you money your -
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of territory.
Call and see me.
CARL JANSENOffice HAWLEY'SSTRAIGHTS

DOUBTLESS-GROUND L Watkins Quick Delivery, Building ; -The over banks DIcksonIves-and the business,. OrangeAvenueOrlandoFla. men of LATEST STILES ''IK SPRING I MILLINERY :

The Chicago man who said the pres Phone 2 Orlando know me, if you do not, ask i ii
ident was'addieted to the use of mono- them.
syllables, probably asked him for an ttHIIMIIHMIIimMHHSeventeen I Get the best cigar at five :
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office and received the briefest of neg Shannibarger's for bicycles and cents, the next time you Laces Embroideriesand
atives in reply sundries. want to smoke-judge for ,
hundred children Dayton yourself.

CASE OF INDIVIDUAL EFFORT Ohio, tilled backyard gardens, Dress Materials i
i _:% I each 10 by 25 feet,last year,under the WANTED-Clean rags at this office -

One of the arguments against shorter supervision of the Dayton Parks and c
I Made in Orlando and sold
Association, not
Playgrounds and only
working hours is,that more liquoris
consumed as a result Let those provided fresh vegetables for homeuse I: FRANK EYE ES by all dealers.
but in cases sold the -4 HISSES
worry who should! for enough many to buy textbooks produce and I: Manufacturer of Artificial I i HAULM DUNN :

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Students Ornamental Work Agents for I! Corsets
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South [Fiorida Sentinel has been many a man who Next to the modest winner, the
MORNING AND 'WKBLT baa made himself comfortably rich in world loves an uncomplaining loser.

Orlando during the past five years by ,. .' .
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SUBSCRIPTION RATES wise investments in Orlando dirt. It is one of the common paradoxesthat .
But some of our ladies have shownas "the spring feeling" has mighty ":. ..J' ,-. -: ', :.
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One year .....................$5.00 much business sagacity as the little spring in it. "Two Beauties"The '. . :
and showing abilityin
Six Months ................... 2.50 men, are 'equal
the managing of the fruits of their Evil seems as formidable the
. Three Months ................. L25ty as
successes. great ice-berg that wrecked the Titanic -
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'' new carrier in Orlando, M ,cent per Two years ago, Mrs.. Ellen Barker ; but raise the heat of public
-=th, Daily and Sunday. Wherry, of St. Paul, purchaseda indignation only a little and lot!. there
; The Orlando Moraine Sentinel can be found house and a large lot at 106 East is. no iceberg. one deserves the other. You'llsatisfy
_.ialc,in Orlando at Conti A QWttl't Book Central avenue paying $3000 for the
Store. property. The plat of land is 120 by A traveler in Vermont has found
' and she'll be satisfied
We will appreciate prompt complaint itfclmry 151 and is covered by valuable grape a' simple and obviously new cottage one
b not properly made by our carrier that bears the "
fruit trees. "Dun-movin.
Y name,
' Aderrtiiing. rates will be forniibed on application. Mrs. Wherry has been offered $3- There is a finality about it that sug- with the other if you buy that soli-
000 for thirty feet of the vacan gests harrowing experiences in the
, THE WEEKLY SENTINEL land, and can take nearly three times: past, and calls for congratulations;
:' rig year by mail postaze paid .......I1.W taire at Evans. Small stones large
that have
her original investment for the entire they come to an end. ,
", dress THE SENTINEL, Orlando Florida. I
Office 101 Gout Street. Areade Building property. I -
Pbone 24 There are about sixty grape fruit Public spirited people of Ware coun- stones, all at comparatively small
Y trees on the lot heavily laden witha ty, Georgia, recently formed an as-
J. F. SCHUMANN. Bitter fine quality of fruit. Several trees; sociation that other communities
JOSIAH FERRIS Proprietor. prices. Get the of her
will yield twenty-five boxes of fruit ought to imitate. It holds no meet- measure
THURSDAY, APRIL 3RD, 1913. each and all are so burdened with the ings, but it pays dues, payable in
luscious fruit that the branches hangto trees. Each member pledges himselfto finger then come here for fair and
To see the folly of holding a grudge the ground like weeping willows, plant every year at least one shade ,
tbserve how little they care against and have to be propped up, while the tree beside the highway or near his
whom you hold grudges.o great clusters of some hang so low home. square dealing.T.H.Evans ,
o that boles are dug in the earth to give
At the dosing session of the State them space. Besides the grape fruit, An express package that contained
Underwriters' Association held in there are King orange, tangerines 8,400 twenty-five-cent pieces burst o n
lave Oak Wednesday officers were oranges and pineapples, besides a fine a Massachusetts railway platform the
tlected for the ensueing year. garden. other day, and the coins rolled in
o The location is one of the choice every direction. When the scramblewas

With oranges selling at $3.00 per spots of Orlando, as it commands a over, and the agent had counted
box f. o. b. Orlando, Orange county pretty view of lake Eola and at the what the crowd had turned in, nota
growers are stepping as high as Uucle same time is so centrally located. The coin was missing. The virtues of the JewelerOPPOSITE
Sam at a' World Wide Peace Confer- property was purchased of E. S. Sperry the Pilgrims seem to linger in the
tnce. ., and at the same time Mrs. Wherry land they settled. ,
o purchased several lots on the oppositeside I
It is better to.face things just as of the street, one of which was Some people call President Wilson'I POST OFFICE
they are than to make them out as mentioned by the Sentinel last week the twenty-seventh President, others
king better or worse. It does not having been sold to Dr. Cowell, in the twenty-eighth. The discrepancycomes
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fo to meet actual conditions 'with] which Mrs. Wherry doubted her investment from counting Mr. Cleveland ..
theoretic remedies. twice, since his two terms were not
: o It is apleasure to the Sentinel to consecutive. Mr. Wilson is the twen- I

t. The weight of personal baggage altowed record the successes of any, and especially ty-seventh man to fill the Presidentialoffice
I free of charge on English railways of the ladies who have the and the twenty-third who has
for each ordinary first-class fortitude to invest their funds in been elected to it; but the Presidential SILK STOCKINGS
,'' passenger is 150 pounds, and for each Orlando real'estate.RAILROADS I term on which he has entered is the

irdinary third-class passenger, one thirty-second.

lundred ponds. HAVE CAUGHT THE ,
g SPIRIT Although France and Italy have
The Sanford Herald editor had 'an been more prompt than the United

April Fool dream. He will have a Some time ago the Sentinel called States to put up monuments to Wil-
Tourth' of July dream of much more attention to the rusty and dirty con- bur Wright, it is gratifying to know
sweetness, when all of old Orange dition of the city passenger stationsas that his memory will not be without For Day
p jejs together to celebrate under the compared to the rest of Or- permanent memorials in his native
dune ojd banner. lando. The railroad officials got copiesof land. A corporation was formed last
o those papers, and promised to rem- month in Dayton, Ohio, to maintaina and
Keep your eye on the advertisements edy those conditions. They are rem- Wright Memorial Park in that city,
4 which appear in the Sentinel- edying those conditions now. A force and to erect upon it a symbolic figurein

they will keep you posted on the .of men are at work, painting. and bronze to mark the spot where, in EveningWear
,r *new things just out" and enable you decorating the interior, and re-wiring September,'1904, the Wright brothers

purchase everything you buy with for a new lighting system, so that in made their first public flight 1'Our

forethought 4 place of the old drop lights, there will
-o- be a large supply of cluster lights that Massachusetts is planning to cele-
In all fairness, it should be said will flood the room with a clear white brate the three hundredth anniversaryof
that the baseball season is not sufidently light and the whole interior is being the landing of the Pilgrims, which
advanced to justify the prediction re-arranged, cleaned and purified falls in 1920; but the earliest of the
a that.the Red Sox will win the The Coast Line is doing the ,many observances that will recall the
varkFs championship in'four straight right thing by thus showing their :famous voyage of the Mayflower will Personal Guarantee
F fames. consideration for the wishes of the i take place in Southampton Englandthis

: o people of Orlando and the host of year. There, on the spot where
*'A\gown that a woman cannot get tourists who come and go annually.The the Pilgrims stopped and reembarked Accompanies Every.Pair ,;c;.
into ,without assistance is a crime," railroad company that treats the I on their way from Holland to America -
says a*modiste. Why this rudimen- public in a friendly manner never I a monument will be unveiled on
nary idea has so long eluded the femi- loses by such action,.for the masses i August 15th. It was at Southampton
x line mind'few husbands will be able< are not slow in showing their appre- I that John Alden, the young cooper, Marion B. Ives

to explain. ciation of such conductA I I joined the company._
o greater Orlando means more business -
:L Chemotherapy is the name, given a for the Coast Line. The sailors on the Tennessee are .
5: new medical science which aims to having some of the interesting experiences -

prevent recurrent diseases by using ILLITERACY IN COUNTRY TWICE that the Navy Department EXCLUSIVE MILLINERY PARLORS
promises to those who enlist. The
coal tar products that combine a maxi- THAT IN THE CITY
mum of destructive power over inter- Not immigration, but the lack of ship went to Smyrna, in Turkish wa- ,
';, 11 parasites with a minimum of: educational opportunities in rural districts ters, to protect American interests Second FloorSCRAPS
poisonous action on the tissues.o is chiefly responsible for the during the Balkan War. Since no
Americans there in the
were peril,
relatively high rate of illiteracy in
The cobler of Koepenick had an Imitator the United States, according to a bul- crew visited the surrounding country.,
A recent picture in the Paris L'Illus ----
the other day in Germany
letin by A. C. Monahan of the Bureauof
Btrassburg. A discharged non-eom-I tration shows the sailors among the
Education. The rate or rural 11-
: aiisioned officer by means of a bogus literacy ii twice the urban rate, del- mini of the ancient theatre of Ephe -
telegram, ordered out the entire BUS, listening to a lecture on archeology -
gar plte the fact that approximately three Berlin forbids smoking on street ORLANDO
liion to parade in honor of an ox- fourths of the Immigrant are in the by Professor Lawrence of the railways

Juted visit from the kaiser. ltl... Still more significant ii a com American Institute in Smyrna.A Figures recently compiled give Italy

o larlson between children born in this a population of 34,368,814 BUSINESS COLLEGE
few of the high schools and
You clinch our argument, Brother country foreign parents with those of the and Toledo Ii taking steps for municipal .
Holly, when you tell of the large born of native parents "The Illiteracy some colleges universities ownership of street railways.The .
ere trying to give credit In terms of
lumber of good temperance people in among native-born children of per capita COlt of municipal
Sanford That la just what we 147 native parentage ii more thin three rank for the numerous and often use government in New York Ii $25,11
And we lay, and lay truthfully that times ii great at among native child ful forms of student activity that are Lot Angeles has a mail clerk, P. D. MODERN COURSES IN
outside the curriculum. The
those lame people ,if they aid in the ron of foreign parentage," says Mr. highschool Popenoe, who has survived forty railroad .
} county division agitation, are lending Monahan, "largely on account of the of Eanta Barbara, California, wrecks.A Single and Double! Entry Bookkeeping Corporation *
their influence to a cause that will lack of opportunities for education in allows one credit for activities, under Now Yorker has invented a type. Bookkeeping Banking Shorthand
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vake the territory wet ngaln, afterIi I rural America" faculty supervision, gymnasium writer operated by the voice on the
they have worked so nobly to get it This serious condition of attain I la work, competitive athletics, school phonograph principle.J Typewriting, Penmanship, Commercial Law,

tr"o due largely to A lack of educational Journalism writes, and that debating within ,four The monthsthe principal N. Ingalls, of Rangeley, Mo., declare Commercial Arithmetic Spelling and all
---- facilities for rural district and is his Scotch collie dog can speak
plan had created an increased Branches of Civil Service.
Brother Holley again shies at the one of the causes for the depopulating five words of English.
interest in physical exercise and in
ml issue. February 11, U too ancient of the farms. The amount of submarine cables
for the opinion of Attorney Genera sports, had reduced sluggishness in resting at the bottom of the sea rep' DAY AND NIGHT CLASSESExperienced
the classroom, and increased the
West on the wet and dry situation of Two thousand four hundred formers resent a valuation of $250,000,000. \
school spirit and raised the: ideal of
a new county. He has modified if not went to school on their farms Ing 1 i I honor. Moscow cotton merchants are planning -I Teachers in Charge. Diplomas
i wised that opinbn, and not an attorney North Dakota during 1912. The pu-I to spend immense sums on the ;
Granted and Positions Secured for Gradu-
of repute in the state would pils ranged in age from ten-year-old! raising of cotton in central Asia. I
today claim that a new county envies boys to grayheaded men. They stud-' Barrow's Worcester (England) Jour- The new sentaor of Kansas, WilliamH. ates.
bate the world dry under the Florida ied scientific agriculture under the direction nal, which says it is the oldest news- Thompson, is a resident of Garden I Patronize Home Institutions.For .
itatue. of a faculty o ftheirty farmer paper in the country, is now publish- City, a lawyer raised on a farm. 1
,0 experts. Fifty thousand dollars was ing extracts from its issues two hun- Half a century of use as 'railroad J
\\i dred years ago. The journal's originis :ties has been obtained in Australia
A morning ride through the beau- spent by the North Dakota Better
stated to date back'to ; Prices and Terms call on or address:
1690. Its from wood of the "stringy bark" tree,
tiful shaded streets of Orlando,, Farming, Association during the last
." breathing the pure fresh air, laden i year in an effort to give the farmers files, which' begin early in the eighteenth a species of eucalyptus. :
with the sweet perfume of the orange -i of that state practical lessons in scientific century, are not complete. 0 I

blossoms, watching the early farming. LOST. rl n B Busilless ll
j; naneuvers of the frisky squirrels as Most of the "American" sewing ma- Diamond-shaped fraternity pin [
f they leap from ground to tree, and An exposition for business equip- chines sold in Germany are made in black background with a white scroll.1 .
from branch to branch, and hearing ment and advertising will be held in European factories under well known in centre bearing Greek letters, TURD FLOOR PHONE 597
t from many sources, the ever tuneful the Festhalle in FrankfortontheMain American trademarks.We Kappa Epsilon. Qwner's name and
Clocking bird, bring a feeling of satis- from April 10 to April 20, 1913. class of '10 on back. Please return HAND BUILDING ORLANDO FLA.
faction to the human soul that can do all lands ,of job printing. to Sentinel office and receive suitable I ,

; 20 where .else be found. I Patronize Sentinel advertizers. Try us on your next job. If reward. .-3-St}t
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well as having the most perfect
Dresses, and they are dandies. ,f
shadings of any line on the mar
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ket. We have not had a single

SEEING WILL BE BELIEVING WHEN YOU COME TO misfit this year, and if you will Percales, and the price is $1.00

d: \( US-BELIEVING THAT OUR STORE IS THE PLACE TO give us your order for your and $1.25. No more, no less.
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spring or summer suit, we will Just take a look, You can buy
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guarantee that it will fit, or you the cloth and make them
yourself
1L\ A GOODS. BUYING AND USING WILL BE KNOWING THAT
don't have to take it Seeing is
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believing, come in and look over

fir WE SELL HIGH QUALITY OF MERCHANDISE AND the samples, it won't cost you
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bid a temporary adieu to Orlando land, attended the pretty home talent

and departed for their Iowa home. production of Tuesday night as the
THE TUNER guests of Mrs. W. Palmer.. ;,
TWO MORE DAYS OF
ORLANDO FLA. Among our Glens Falls friends,,
J who have followed the flight of the I Mr. and Mrs. Henry P. Burgwin, of

birds northward is Mr. George M. Pittsburg, Pa., who have spent some
Mead. weeks at the Summerlin, left on the
Mr. Dell Robinson of Detroit, is in
1:38'train today for Summerville, S.
the city on,business. Mr.. 0. C. Nickerson took the home- C., where they will stay for a while YoweffsTSA

*, ward route yesterday and hopes to,before going home,
Mr. John Kunkle left yesterday for
land in Winthrop, Massachusetts,
his home in New Jersey.
Friday. I: Mrs. J. N. Bradshaw left yesterday
I for a visit to her former home, St.
Mr. C. P. of
Whipple Binghampton
Mrs. E. E. Cobee and daughters,I I Augustine, where she will remain for
N. Y., left Olando last night for .
his home. Miss Elizabeth and Dorothy, left for I I the Ponce de Leon celebration. Later, ,
their home in Brattlesboro, Vermont she will visit her sister in Camden,
last night. I I North Carolina.
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Luther and BIG !
daughter have gone to their home at
Elgin, HLMr Mr. James Benson, of Manchester, Mrs. H. F. Crawford, of Toronto,
New Hampshire, who has been in Orlando Canada, left last evening for San-

for several ,weeks, left yester-I i I ford, to take the river trip to Jacksonville -
George Carey of Ganesport, N.
day for his home city. I I on her homeward trip. This
Y., took his departure last night from .
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Orlando. Mr.' and Mrs. Gordon D. Wright I I was so delighted that she will become '

Mr. Edgar Schuman, of Baltimore, and Miss Augusta, motored over to I I,'I one of our regular winter visitors This has been one of the most success-

Is in the city and is stopping at the I Tampa yesterday on 'a combined hereafter. _
San Juan. -pleasure. and business trip."FiFi" .. ,I : ful sales in the history of the store and
was a success financially, "Memories Of By-Gone Days" prom- ,

u4well.at otherwise,..and.the.ladies.., 'ises to be a delightful entertainment : to
Kill Mary Daniels toot'th t'JIOrth make it more attractive we have
train of the Rosalind Club are delightedover and the young ladies from the Glee :
bound yesterday for her home in '
clearing almost two hundred dollars. 'I Club and other departments of the .
Cynthiana,Ky. I added to this sale lot ofLadies'
.. Cathedral School are much interested ; one
I in the pleasant task of making costumes :
Phone 514 for your Gasoline and
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Garrison and for the event, which will take :
oiL Prompt delivery tfMr. I '
daughter, who have been enjoyin place in Cluett Hall on Saturdayevening. I I White Shirt Waists '
Orlando for several months '
society I ;
J. M. Smith has folded his tent ,
left for their Philadelphia home yes-! -
and departed for his home in Fayetteville >
N. aMr. terday. I Today begins the bazaar of the : '
i Catholic church. The place is the old I Skirts and Linen Suits

James E. Hart, a New York Mr. and Mrs. A. Cary and Mrs. Hyer building on the corner of Or- :
Louise Cary and Miss May Divine ange and Central avenues. Many use- :
business
man, is stopping in the city .
were among the delegation that left ful and ornamental articles will be '
for a few days.
Orlando yesterday morning. TheCary's on sale there. :
have real estate interests in I At HALF PRICE
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:Mr. F. L Geddis, a business man
Orlando.N. Hon. E. W. Moore and wife, of Ben- :
and his wife from Toledo, Ohio, are
ton Harbor, Mich., left last eveningfor I
Orlando
, looking over. T. Bryan' Florida's Junior Unit- Sanford, after'spending a few :

Mrs. Kate Clinton and Ella Mast ed States Senator, was in Orlando a days with Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Gore, : See Display on Second Floor.
short time last evening hobnobbingwith 409 Anderson street. They will take :
left Orlando yesterday for their homein
political friends for a short time the river trip to Jacksonville and will I
West
Parkersburg, Virginia
and then proceeded to Kissimmee. visit St. Augustine before returning : IIIIIIMtlllHMItlllllllilillllHIMIillMlill IIIMMMMIMItttllHtltf .

to their home.A :
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Smith, of De- Michigan
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Barton, of
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Land, were in Orlando last night and I
will remain a few days. Palmyra, N. Y., believing that the number of the ladies of the I tome and choice and last
-- ground hog had turned the winter Catholic church spent yesterday af- : early get your size. They wont long

over to the people of the Empire ternoon and evening at the old Hyer :
Mr. J. L. of Orlando'swinter
,
Ferguson one State, started there last night. ,building, with the result that this : .
guests, left for his home in .
MMHiMIIMMIIIIIIilHIMIMIIMtltlliltMHMtHIIIIMitttlt
morning the large room presents the '
Parkersburg, West Virginia '
yester- Bishop Wm. Crane Gray arrivedin appearance of a fairy bower, and the
day.
the city last evening on the eight pretty booths contain many useful '
o'clock train from the south, and left aticles to be sold'at'their Fair today.
)fr. and Mrs. G. W. Rines, of Apop- at midnight for Jacksonville. The \ The White Store
Big
ka, were Orlando on business yes- Bishop is to spend Sunday at City. Mr. J. A. Stevens, of Jacksonville,
terday and made the Sentinel a pleas Point as the guest of Reverend W. H. grove expert of the E. 0. Painter

ant call Cresson. I Ii |Fertilizer Company is in the city and

in company with their salesman, Mr.
Shanibarter'i for bicycles and i Inspect Shanibarger's big stock of E. M. Gross, of this city will motor

Sundries 'tfLHIIIIMItlttHMIIIIIIHIIIHHIIiMMMHIMMIIII!!bicycle tires. if over to Leesburg, where they will
,
*inspect several groves that are in need of Fort .S
Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Green,
$
I of .
I specialatteD Wayne,Indiana,who have been spend
ing the winter at the New Lucerne, '
; Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Daniels have are in receipt of information that "

HNEATTANSHIRTS returned to their home in Cynthiana, makes them very uneasy about their

Ky., after spending the winter in our northern home, and as railroad com- Everything New

city. They purchased'a lot on Gore panies refuse to sell tickets to Cincinnati '
avenue and built winter residence. and can not promise to deliver -

They were enthusiastic over Orlando passengers beyond the Ohio river
and have gone back to their Kentucky they can do nothing but remain here
home 'to use their influence to locate until such time as the railroads re- IN LACES, EMBROIDERIES, SHIRTS, El-
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some of their friends here. port it safe to travel Mr.,and Mrs. MONAS, UNDERWEAR. HEADQUARTERSFOR
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Are recognized as .the BEST, thereforewe I I Green own a beautiful home in Lake HOUSEHOLD GOODS AND SCHOOL

carry them. Our last shipment consistsof ,Good hotels advertise a city perhaps side, a beautiful residential districtof SUPPLIES.McCULLOCH'S.
the very latest patterns and designs in as favorably as any institution of the the city, and in the home is much

extra LONG and SHORT sleeve lengths.We city, and the Sentinel delights in valuable furniture and tapestry, anda

are ready for your inspection. hearing Orlando hotels well spoken,of new grand piano. Reports come
Yesterday, several ladies who were from Fort Wayne that that portion
leaving for their homes remarked that i of the city was flooded so that pianos
: many things had contributed to the and furniture floated around in the
.H SCHUGGS & DICKSON :, enjoyment of their stay in Orlando, houses. Naturally Mr. and Mrs.; DEPARTMENT STOREa

but that the kindly hospitality of the< Green feel a good deal of nervousness I
: Windermere hotel had been most and are anxious to get home and will ; OPPOSITE POST OFFICE

: gratifying. endeavor to start tomorrow. We are
THE MEN'S OUTFITTERS
',i:I -. sorry to have their visit to Orlando CALL and BE CONVINCED
Agents Dunlap Hats ,t Wanted-Spare books, magazines, shortened and marred in,this way. ,
: etc. Shannioargerfe Free Reading
THE HOME OF HART, SCHAFFNER &: MARX ,I Room and Library. 4-3 d3t-w "LOWEST PRICES ALWAYS"
CLOTHINGiMHIIIIMMIIIIIHMt Inspect.ShlHibarrer'l.h1r stock of
1. -
Money to loan, on improved prop Bicycle! *.

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TWO SCENES 1 ,that:an,excuse had..been,siTeD her' ,tc Business) Boosters received after(classified 10 o'clock advertisements :I
: communicate with'him atan hour whet
midnight, will be ran in the "Too Late Ito
LIVES few were ,about and possibly ,to ban Classify column. :

IN TWO an interview' with him,unnoticed. Boosters of five lines, or less-ap
:At midnight she brought the water 30 words
proximately --one time, 25
herself. Only one nurse.was on duty cents; three times 50 cents; one'week

'and shev sat at a far end of the rooD (six daily and one weekly editions) Buioi Users

;', .,Bj .MARGARET BARB0lae''biight half asleep.. Unobserved, the wife $LOO; one month, $3.00. 110,000 ;


,frosty- 'morning an elder :knelt, and to give their her lips husband met. a,cup of water For Rent-Six room house $10.00

month also famished
per rooms
road "You will be discovered surely, she
gentleman living.on a country'
cheap. 209 West Pine. ::
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Whispered. "Indeed yon have been I
was taking the air walking about his
suspected already. One of the nbu' II Every One BUICK BOOSTER
place. It was not 'spacious, and the a
FOR SALE Small
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seedling
asked me .if you! were not a Mohammedan orange
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Douse WU not .palatial: They meads Indicated , saying: that she has seen I trees .in any quantity at five cents
alb' moderate ,
owner of you at your devotions in a' mosque. 1 I each. .G.. T., HULL,

v but,there, was something about the told her that I would look into the matter Pine Castle road ,
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premises that denoted be wu refined '-'i
at once. You must leave here at<
FOR SALE-Good Horse, Carriageand
of wheels the
There was a whirring op any cost""Not
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Harness. For work on driving -
road and an automobile appeared. Beside if my escape shall compromise Aoply to Wm. Halloway, Win-
the chauffeur there was only one "
you. ter Park, Fla. ,12t
person aboard, a middle aged lady "I have thought of a plan. As soon
.
well wrapped in fur robes. The ve as it is day begin to groan as if ID BUY a lot in ThorntonPark, a nice DODBUICK"24' ,

bide had reached a point perhaps a '''great pain and keep it up until I ar- suburb in east part of the city. Carl
hundred yards from the place descrIbed Jensen.
. .". pear. I shall then,41rect'you! removal
when there' was an explosion like to a'place where you will not disturl
FOR SALE-40 of fine land in
a pistol shot The auto swerved and acres
your fellow prisoners. Once'there, we
la'doin lO'went over Volusia County near station and
may carry out my intentions as to yourgape. fine lake; $500. Terms. J. B. McKay,
chauffeur unhurt. Not so
The was :
tity.
::. the The gentleman who saw
lady.
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Without .waiting for a reply she bur
the caiastrophe went to ber assistance ..
FOR RENT-Three-uew"houses \
ried leaving her husband fearful .
away
She was ,lying with closed eyes, but would five, rooms and bath. C. A. Hovey. .
of the consequences that accrue -
she soon opened them and looked at 3-28-tf "
to her in case she were caught assisting ,
the.man. bending.over her.
,"Tell the.,'madam,":',he said, "how in the escape of a renegade For Sale-I comer lot, six room } There is a certain prestige that owning your own '

l d1 .Burt you are that I may decide -Mohammedan., house, $1,850.00, if taken before April "" ." 4 .-

waat,to GO." car-rying: '209 West'Pine. motor car gives you in your community. .
'
E ""1 don't know,'" she'said in a"faint out so plan as ( *;;:.

voice, tout I doqbt if injuries are had given him;.and with the first sign :
my -
FOR SALE 5% acres with five-room There is a certain satisfaction in knowing you
serious.1: of dawn-he-began a groaning.so lout ,. .
house on railroad only few hundred ...
The chauffeur joined them and the 'that" the nurse in charge reported the feet from stopping place. Plenty of own acar, th8"t"Ul'take, you-anywhere'and'bring
two carried the lady to the house. fact that it was having a bad effect on shade and small shrubbery. Ten to ..

P z Two young ladles the daughters of the other patients. Zalde at once ordered twelve bearing orange trees, pears .' you back. It is this quality of dependability which

: tie host, took her in charge while the him taken to a room by himself : and other small fruits. Good hunt-

gentleman telephoned for a..surgeon. and remained to look after his necessities ing and fishing, and especially suitedto .. has,,pat 110,000 Bricks on'the road,*and it is this :
those who to Florida for the
come :
When the medical man arrived he pro- after those who had removed him -
winter and like the life with .
had left and told him the balance of country of which has
sconced the lady unhurt, with the exception same quality dependability made ',
access to town. J. P. Perkins,
of a sprained ankle which her plan for him.. It was that he easy .'
; Orlando, Fla. General.Delivery. : of those Buick
one 110,000 Buick
every users
prevented her walking. He/said:,:she Should put on her clothes and since a

might' be driven to her home at anytime. :Turkish ladies do not expose the face OAK HILL is the tifu18Ub-divis- booster.

Left alone( wit)). her host, the .there- would belittle difficulty hid: .ion to the Northeast of the city andI ., H

lady Bald: ; 'walking out, past the guards without still;have some choice lots there. .

*..rrh1l1a singular meeting' Mr.Can befog'detected. .1 Carl-Jensen.. (, : The .Buick overhead valve motor has more power <

bbg"fib "And your eiclatmethe ''husband"HQw :
The gentleman started "We.have. : will you protect yourself: against FOR,'SALE-One second hand one- ..:' per cubic inch r'piston displacement than'any
.
Cadallac ,
., cylinder five-passenger r
,
.
met beforer he asked terrible
the fate that will to
come '
you car at a bargain: F. E. Haywood, : ,-" other type of motor ever built It costs '
"Yea. You were once well known to when it is discovered that you are Church Street Restaurant 28-3t i us more .

me. But that was twenty years ago.aid . here and I have walked out in you t "
: ' my age la Just doable-what it was clothes! Though your father commands WANTED-Old Mirriors resilvered, to make it bat costs you less to run it -

then tit is.:not remarkable that you he will not be able to save you mating them as good as new New :
made to order the latest improved : Ould#not recognize me.Butyou -, from the fury of your people. ones by I ,

"Tbere 1I'a_hive reason recognized for that""Wlll me." "I have a chance" of deceiving them;I proof backing. French put process on them.and damp Send II : ROADSTERS AND TOURING CARS, $950 TO $1650, F. O. B. t"

you have none. postal name and address to H. A.Royston .
t itrTTeC I ORLANDO. Catalogue on Request.
give
you At.that. moment there came the Distant and I will call and take your '

but not directly., I will tell I. boom of a gun. It was followed, order. Mar22-lm : TIC ..1.I L , , -'tv d' n;. 1 i. ..
you a little story The scene is the by another and another till the whole ,
veranda of, a house on an eminence became like low To Rent-at- 808 West street, ten '
,muttering.thunder.
overlooking! river. "The season is "The allies are pressing forward"exclaimed -, rooms more or leu. Hot, and ,cold : 1

;, : ..spring. The hour was that when the Andrews.. "Quite likely before, water, electric lights. Large garden : '
twilight fades Into night, ,A new moon have Cook Automobile Co.
long eyrw1U. driven their enemy of; fruit B. W. HOWARD
-: is standing over the western horizon.s from this'position."

;Two young persons'were sitting on "In that case," was the reply, "there FOR. SALE-New seven-roon house,

the Terajfda, "a man and a woman. .,will be great confusion among us, and I with 'all modern improvements. Orlando Florida
4 The maVtook'her hand'in oqe'of his; it will not be so difficult to carry out 3000. Will take automobile part ,

I the other he stole around her waist. my plan." pay. Address Owner, care Sentinel i '

1 lovt jon/'be,: said''&net'l,wiab you During 'the morning the booming j ." -, !. ,.; .
WANTED.
to be'my wife.' The words were simple IntMiMIIg141d
but more winning from their sim grew more distinct and added volley! City lots, in exchange for Upright
of musketry
at' last turned the whole
plicity. It wu the happiest momentof into piano. Used less than 'two months.6t .
one incessant roar. Zaide was oc
her life. copied moment in Lock Box 144, Orlando. Two Poor Ones. ***xxvw
every providing foi
"But not relishing being won too easily the wounded During one of Edwin Forrest's en,
that
she askedfor;time, promising an brought In and were could constantly not steal being a'1'i For Exchange or Sale gagements In Boston a poor artist called LIGHT THE

,answer'iltbb(a few days. He assented 'For acreage or other property in several times to see the great actorat
) moment to visit her husband.
Then
but reluctantly. When a few daysbad .Orange or Lake Counties for :four the old Winthrop House. Each
came an order to abandon the hospital'I:dwellings in Pittsburgh, Pa. Houses
PATH TO PROSPERITYMerchants
.e passed she looked for him to come while the thunder of war without turn- binging good rent All modern build- time he brought a picture which he
to her for her answer.. He did notcome. had painted. He finally left it with a
ed comparative order into panic. ings. Can be handled separate if de-
A month passed and she received What became of the prisoners,excepting sired. .0I note stating that he was in needy cir-

,a letter from' him from 'a 'distant Address F. JOSEPH RAEHN, cumstances. Forrest read the note
Andrews forms who Electric
no part of this I use Signs never lose
city, telling her that he had suddenlybeen story, but in the midst of the turmoil I lmo.17-17 Orlando, Fla. and took' the wrapping from the pic

called away; that a new field had Zaide hurried into her husband's ture. It proved to be a painting of their way by choosing the wrong road to suc-
roomwlth"a FOR SALE-Furniture of five-room
pened'to'h1m. but that It,would be a himself as Spartacus. Forrest gazed '
while nurse's apparel-there were no, house. New' and up-to-date. I upon it a moment and then ejaculatedto cess. You simply cannot fail to attract new
song before he could
expect
: any uniforms-with spots 'of blood on it. Reasonable. 560 Summerlin St, between -
lfe&tl.snccest Had ,she loved him She had removed it from, Its,.wearer; Anderson and Palmer. 1-3-3t the clerk:, "Give him $10. If he is ; customers 11 you use an Electric Sign. It acts
as poor as his.picture be must be on
deeply she would not have asked for
: who had been killed
by a bursting like irresistible all the
time. This was probably fortunate shell. Giving it to her husband he Lost-Between Orlando and Alta I the point of starvation. an magnet, drawing [

: since he could not be near her. a long put it on, and the two,sallied,forth. monte, a lady's grey rain coat Re- -- trade within its reach: That is the reason
The Two
ti while' turn to Sentinel l-4t Garricks.
married must and pass he before would they could stand be to The Turkish line in front was_break George Garrlck. brother of the cele, they command the attention of buyers.
only I
;
ing before the impetuous charge of the LOST-Sunday afternoon between brated David, was the tatter's most devoted '
her of being settled for life. If
way allies and panic stricken men were Winter Park and Orlando, one top slave and laborious pack horse

she agreed with him.in this an answer running past while random shots were cover .for automobile., Finder please On coming behind the scene he usually For Every Store Owner
to the.question he had asked was not
:z whistling by Andrews and his wife. return to Arcade and receive reward *
Inquired. "Has David wanted ? It
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necessary. If that answer was to have He 4.13t
begged Zalde to make toward the -
been 'Yes' and she preferred to stand .. being asked once bow Georgecame to No matter how small his business the' Electric
r' enemy's lines, but she refused."Go die so soon after the demise qf his famous ,
by It 1 the; might write him, and heY ,"'she said "to your people. You FOR RENT-Furnished house on'lake brother "David is the and effective4
would' 'his' good a wag replied. Sign cheapest :most
do best to make his are saved, and Twill not.be suspected Eola, by the month or year., Apply wanted him. """"
Offer 315 E. Robinson, avenue. 3-31-2t
; ; of having aided you. I must stand by ---_ advertising.
."This chilled her first and only love .
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my father and my faith else I can no LOST-Sunday afternoon between Phone for !
Diplomatic."Am
call and submit
She wrote him,that doubtless he was our Sign Designer to ;: -
-' longer live in the home of my ances I Winter Park and Orlando, one top 1 all the world to you. ,Jack
right about the matter, and since his for automobile. Finder a sketch.
v' tors. cover please dear she cooed.
View was hers she considered his offer
to Arcads and receive reward.
annulled." They were standing, loath to let go return "You are certainly a fair portion of No Trouble to Us---No Expense to You. ,

each other's hands Andrews pulling LOST-Sunday afternoon between It," he told her and so made the classy
The lady had reached this point ...
which was'the end of her story, when one way, Zalde the other, when she Winter Park and Orlando, one top double play of pleasing her and keeping -
was struck by a spent ball and stun cover for automobile. Finder please to the 'exact truth.-Boston Transcript -
one of the ladles in the house
young ned falling into her husband's arms. return to Arcade and receive reward.

1 brought. < She would a dainty have luncheon lingered on, but a salTer her- a He,cry thinking of anguish that she laid was her dead on with the I: Lost-Near the Country Club yesterday Resigned. l W T[ & U T t CO. '

father told her that the stranger was ground. She had scarcely recovered Persian silk scarf. Finder "Mrs. Dibble wears, a resigned look."
V Dot equal to seeing more than one please return to this office. 4.12t
"Yes. After she married Dibble shi
consciousness when with a shout a
{ 'person at a time.. The girl withdrewTberine'spoke. regiment of -Servians came, bounding I I FOR RENT-A new eight room house realized that nothing worse could ever, ; COOK WITH GAS

past them and they were inclosed with with all modern conveniences. Applyto happen to b.Birmingham AgeHnrADVERTISE _
y "There Is a period in a man's life .....
in the allied lines. I Chauncey Holt, 601 Magnolia street. "M &#tHXWW&XXHHH)
between, say eighteen and twenty-five Apr. 2-1 wRTANTED
when what he la to be is forming. lie The transposition from being under
.
is clay ready to thrust into the fur the cross instead'of the crescent put an :-A business partner in a - "W. ,

Dace. This person*fOu speak of was I entirely new phase In the situation for manufacturing business with well Mi

; then in;that condition. He was at an this loving couple.' Both,were safe for :stablished trade. Need more capital IF YOU .i.1i.I"1;,

important Point' of,rhls utehen'; the the present and should Zaide returnto ind will take partner or will make a Want a Cook 1
:
&. I two elements; cautionKand daring. .are .. tier own people there was'no'reasonit favored 000 tock) capital company Plant with up,$15,000,to date to and$20-in Want a Partner i Model
that her having ; Grocery
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suppose! a
: struggling for the mastery In his excellent condition. Address Manufacturer Wi t'a Situation '

: case caution prevailed. And yet for a /fenegade to the cause of Islam wouldbe in care of Sentinel., tf 'Want a Servant Girl '
1' time the chances between the two were known. She very soon recovered M 4
; equal. from the blow she had received and WANTED-Clean rags at this office. Want to Sell a Piano ..Ia"

"This person who at a critical 'moment asked to be permitted to*return to her Want to Sell a Carriage 18 West Church Street

= looked behind him' never again work. ,Andrews made a confidant of NOTICE FOR PUBLICATIONISOLATEDTRACT. S WsntbsefTownProperty '
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4. came to e .point where he could confidently his commander and asked him to delay SERIAL NO. M7IZ.P Want to Sell Your Groceries .
STAPLE
FANCY AND GROCERIES. NEW AND
permiSsion. Mie Land Sale. Department tie Uterfer.
fearlessly look before him. S Want to Sell Your Hardware '
.
.U. S. Land Office at Gatorrffle. Florida.
Be has lived a negative life. He has While waiting the husband made a Marca 27. 1911 Want eoitomen for Anythtag FRESH
been a failure." strong effort to persuade his wife to Notke fa hereby given that as directed by
e
There was a deep sadness his last adopt the Christian injunction to leave the under Commissioner provision of of Act the of General Congras Land.O14ee approved, S Advertise Dally in This Paper We Give Our 'Personal Attention' to Our Customers andGaaraatee ;

words. The lady took his hand in hers her people and cleave unto her hus- June 27. 1906 (U Stats. (17). pursuant to Advertising the Way toSaeeessAdvertising Satisfaction and
band. He offered to withdraw from the application of Homer A. Nicholson Serial S Brings Customers Prompt Delivery
and pressed it sympathetically.
No. 09782. we will offer at public sale to
The carriage that was ordered has the cause of the allies if she would do the highest bidder but at not less than $3.75 Adverting Keeps Customers Give Us a TrialSightler

arrived" said one of the young girls the same with that of the Turks. They of per May.acre 1913 at 10 at'thfa o'clock office a. the following the 19th tract Advertising Insures Success .-__ wrIe >

door. would go to his own home .America, of land I
K throwing open the : Advertising Shows Energy
-The injured woman was helped to the where Zalde would become one of his Tail NW Her.Any% of, SEX, Sec. 34<<, T. 20 S. R. 32 E. S Advertising Shows Pluck ' .Bros., Proprietors

carriage and when seated thanked own people. After all, the part of a persons claiming adversely the above- Advertising Is "Bit e ;... ,;; w" ... .ar ilt _
she left for their kindness then wife, common In most countries, to deseribed land are advised to file their claims -
those -
: enter her husband's condition or objections on or before the time designate Advertise of Butt HMIIMIMMiill --
upon II
the was.driven. away. for .
"1 wonder" said one of the sisters prevailed and Zaide finally agreed to sale.BENRY S. CHUBB. Register. Advertise Loaf

that evening "what is the 'matter with his terms. The allies were besieging SHIELDS WARREN, Receiver. Advertise WeDADVDTISE' I

papa: Ever since that automobile acct Constantinople, and there was little of Because may not legally -
women
,dent be has looked so sad. Islam ,In, Europe left to detain her. work more than eight hours daily S At'0. ,e .BEAD) THE ;ma I If

""Has her said the other. "1 haven'tnoticed Together the two set sail for the land I Denver stores will hereafter open 3t S IN TIE SENTINEL I e TBE.mS
of all religions.
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An, interesting and profitable* convention YOU WANT ip LATEST WHEN t O')!>J'.r.rt' YOU. ; Iii BUY:rr

'was held at the Seventh-day :
Adventist, church near the Florida
Sanitarium. Different phases of the IN ... ... .. .' JEWELRYMoney
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pork relative to these two departments THE LINE OF ,UP TO DATE DRY GOODS, CLOTHING, #
.. as outlined in'a good program '
was carefully considered.By HATS AND ,SHOES, ALSO LADIES READY.' .. TO WEAR" .
'
invitation the,.Orlando Sabbath-
'school joined the Sanitarium 'Church 'DKBSUB.-.-. OF',- ALL' J-' DESCRIPTIONS' COME' TO B. SAtO- Invested With Us Is '

Sabbath-school in .a union meeting. MON.; SATISFACTION GUARANTEED OR MONEY Profitably Spent. Give. Us the f
,Hisses Florrie Allen and Sarah Opportunity of Being the Source .
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Of .Yo :
Knight Tampa, Mrs. G. I. Butler! REFUNDED r Supply.

Bowling Green and, Mrs. Alice Peters, ,. Yon Cannot Judge Ue Unless
of Bartow represented other schools You See What We Have, and
In the Conference The conventionwas B. Salomon Orlando We are Always Glad To- Show.
also favored with the presenceof You.

Miss McElroy, a national secretaryof :' You Cannot Judge Us Unless 1
the Y. W. C. A. A number'of the I" 111111111111111111' .' '. " " ., ', " ." ., ,.., ..r/, Make, or Need Anything In Our

youth of the Sanitarium family rep- Line, We Are Sure We Can
resent different states in the Union. Please"You If YOuDon't Need

This made it possible for a variety of Anything, We Are Just As Glad
,experiences to be:related as.the various I To, Have You, Come Into Our


Florida Elder,subjects Penn.to W.take,H.who were. Heckman the has discussed.presidency:recently, of Philadelphia come of;,the to- RLAo' 8 BANK a TRUST COMPANCa z, Store.OUR PROMPT' ;REPAIR. AND WORK ACCURATE IS .

EVERYTHING IS
Florida Conference of S., D. A., gave
an able address on Sabbath-school and Hal art j Serins* & "and Uriivttd Profits SIZt,....W. GUARANTEED.Allen .

Young People's Work, being a Total Resources ever Tk. -..arkn of aMiMioi.
strength to the Conference. In part 'JReport

he said: "Show ,me a large church of the
Condition
of Orlando
with a large Sabbath-school and & Co. .1
Young People's Societ7jhat'church t } ,, Bank. and Trust Co* Condensed

a is a live, church; but! show. me one f From Report to Comptroller
without these departments, and you I -' Feb. 4,1913RESOURCES JEWELERS 1

will find a dead church, growing,weak, : -
i 1
er as time passes." f \. Loans and Discounts$39s,161.05: Orlando .1':
;
.
and Treasurer Florida
The of the
Secretary Overdarfts .............. 19&53 ,
Conference, Mrs. R. G. ,'
Stringer presented f Stocks and Bonds ....... 26,01&33
in her "Duties of Sab- '"
paper on : it,; Real Estate, Furniture and ,
"
bath-school Young People's Officers, ,Fixtures ... .......... 25,853.44
not only the many duties that rest
1
Cash on hand and in Banks 215,08183 I
upon each officer and"the' golden op i
portunities afforded each for mission !

, ary work, but also spoke of the great .$660,311.18LIABILITIES TIIH
; NnW
$ CASH.
sytem of organization by which the 4 STORE
world is not encircled in the work Capital Stock ........;..$100,000.00 1
of the denomination in heralding a Surplus and Undivided
Gospel Message to all the world. F Profits ...,;...... 22;, 3133
The head of ,the work representedby Deposits ... ............ 537,4185 Cor. South and Hughey Sts. .
..
the General Conference is locatedat .
Washington. The General Conference $660, lL18W' WE BUY FOR CASH AND SELL FOR CASH. WE
I KEEP OUR EXPENSES DOWN AND CONSEQUENTLY '.
is divided and subdivided into e invite the attention of our customers -
Union 'Conferences*' ; Conferences, "and and friends to our statement CAN KEEP OUR PRICES DOWN' I
churches, The Sabbaji-school and above and wish to assure them that
Young People's Missionary Volunteers Our Prone No. is
we appreciate their patronage and
Departments of the divisions of the
ask for a continuance of .
organization. The Sabbath-school department ,. forget that same.Don't And an Order will Have Prompt Attention, and will be
our deposits
alone has a membership of "'ri insured.A are Delivered to Any Part of the City.D. .

161,600. Although this work hadvery a I w ', U 1Q t.'m,:.sl-p cordial invitation if extended to I
.
B. RAYBON
small beginning and has had buta visitors in,our dty to call and open Proprietor ORLANDO, FLA.

short duration yet the Sabbath States foremen,State tad Centy''''. an account with us.
school offerings to missions for th L
: .J
last twenty-five years amount
148400000. Indeed the work is s L ---4 0. 'c..... "t.:. '.I ," - __ < IIMIHIIIMimillll IIIIIIIIIIMMIIIIIIIUM
!rapidly growing that an aim' is 1
-

to work years-1,000,000'for be placed to'raise for during this department missions.the next.. of Conpunitively four the /I REAL( (ESTATE I A ( fOR SAIL( t


few pennies,now,find their W. M. SLEMONSOur
way inV the'Sabbath-school Offerings i .
of the denomination. Their place is''
The trend of Orlando's
Growth ,
being supplied with the nickles, dimes is

and quarters. Yes and the dollars,too Northeast. Lewter's Addition and
All of the, read were food i
fort thought Especially papers the paper by New Spring Stock is Coming In Sunshine Park are there. Near by

Miss:Theodora Stearns on "Benefits to is Paradise Hill. Let me show you i

be Derive Jrom the Reading Courses And we will offer to you a Choice Selection of High Class Goods if

mien Are Arranged for the Youth of ;. .IN DRY .GOODS, ALL THE STAPLE AND USEFUL i -
the Denomination." She plainly GOODS'as well as FANCY SILKS,'and FINE DRESS GOODS,

showed,the effect of pernicious literature HOSIERY IN SILK LISLE AND COTTON. and. the Many ACttispries -
and .the necessity of filling its F. A.
Lewter ,
place with good reading. "It is what that,Women/Use. ,: ,

a',person reads that makes him what ,tR ,
he is. 'Bad books make bad.men; good Bargains Six Days in Every Week mn i t t
'
books make.good, men. No books at
all prevent the growth of man's mental : We carry an the time a large stock of SHOES of the best .1

>-.. powers. Many an evil book has makes and newest styles. KINGQUALITY: MEN'S,SHOES. 'BRIGHAM&HHUILL
sent a boy to the"bad." Many a good CRADDOCK :TERRY'S WOMEN'S SHOES AND 'CHILD.

book has sent a missionary across the REN'S SHOES. NONE BETTER ,;ARE SOLD IN ,THIS
seas." MARKET " 1

The Y. P. M. V. Reading courses SCHLOSS BROS. FINE SUITS FOR MEN at f 15.00Z0. NEWSAGENTS ,

[wear*; formed- to :counteract, the evils 25.00 and $30.00 are unsurpassed for STYLE FIT AND

of "pernicious literature by offeringsomething'better. QUALITY. Orlando. Stationery, Souvenir and Curio Store''

LORD BALTIMORE BOYS' SUITS WILL.BE.. SURE. TO -
Sunday night a temperance rally PLEASE YOU., ' tt WIST CHCBCB STIEJIT&
was given by the Young,People's So-
'ciety. The building' was filled wiattentive th ,
listeners.. *The 4 children' .J UNDERTAKER

h contributed. to the .pro pam. ARMSTRONGThe I
1 e.drill,and songs, showed Orlando
deal of'practice" and painstaking.:.The. 't. ILl

habits yhicn,lead' ;:'to -intemperance, .,i PINe 8TREerr
itaAcause s and effects' were sPokenf "

I ink y convincing i manner by Dr. - - -- - f -- -

3. E. CaldwelL In the, same manner I ITUf "
I THE H. H.
P.
Elder Heckman spoke of its effects on WELCOME TO mRIDB"IN STRAIGHTFor
<<
spiritual gcoWth.'The"convention i
and rally each was OAKlAND RIVAL PALM! Sale at all Cigar.Stem
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conducive to an inspiration for greater _ H . .. .. iF, Orlando's Newest Ciga r ''Made in Orfa. ada
zeal to be put forth in the :work, .
and:all went home carrying with them CAR BARBER ,SHOP, FEED Havana and Florida, Wrappers

good resolutions which when brought : .Try ,One and Be Coat ced
late execution can not help being an ,Modern and Complete. 1
TBATEV.YN.
uplift to these worihy enterprises..- : Everything new, individualelectric I -FOR- HERMAN H. FINDER M'ftfr

Mrs: R. G. STRINGER attachments at every .c-, .. .
Drawer 28, Orlando; Fla.DEDUJCTJON '" chair. No stone his been left 212 South Orange J
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UYf STOtK
'
ABOUT unturned'. to .make .this. shop, .
meet th ereojdrements the
BY FIGURESWhile I COMMERCIAL PRINTING j
ASK F9I .moat particular. .Plenty, ofroom.
MEHWISTIATNN
.. Courteous attendants. LAUBACHThe We have .the best equipped print- L I. Mustard
isn't much in the' for ,
there leakingthrough ing plant city, doing Commercial .
the censor's,filteration plant SEE ELIJAH WHITEHEAD.,. : Work. Your order, large or
concerning, the Tnr kish-Balkan war Proprietor. 'Grain Man. small, is'handled here by trained experts z
1' re'i t enough to)indicate:that. therein MAGRUDER Orange Art, .:Orlando, Fla. dwell .Sfreel Pie 18 whose knowledge' of the' print liE:CIIIIPIIISI.Manicure. .
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enough Turks, 'left1 to permit .4 .1.-' I er's art is unquestioned. Accurate,
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themselves to be captured. I' \" (oCr .Of"t' IJ '" "'" e" u_ ',;. "v '-H reliable service, prompt and courteous -

> . .' .. ;. ,. ... '. .. ., "treatment to,all, that's, why this Pedicure Shampoo,
The "school republic" or "school .'A'list. .,of accredited. high schools of:I tended. ,that'the. "Southern. " List". shall 'The traffic on the 'Rhine between establishment has -grown by leaps and \ Face and Scalp. Manage
city" has" been introduced into' theAUskari the South is to'be made out by the Association be an honor list'of_ schools for, the entire Strasburg and the Holland frostier bounds.. 'vtt __
and,, Secondary section. .. amounts to the We want your Printing.
native, schools .by order of of Colleges enormous total of
the Southern States in : million THE SENTINEL 'Parlor over Dickaon & Irea store
the United States Commissioner ofEducation Schools of order forty tons'annually.

for &e purpose of prepar. to 'stimulate''the high 'schools to Money to loan. 'em. htptma property - .. Phone 24. Court Street ? corner Orange and Central ,

,ine'the.l native i o dtizenship..'" maintain high standards. It is in- :. &:Y.WAy..ui, Patronke 8eadirel-'r .amrtIIen.u Arcade Building :A YeJIUet.c1 .

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1111111111111111111111.11111.1111111111111111111111 WEDDING CELEBRATION. .
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'e,
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Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Lewis Entertain
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Louis C. Massey, PresidedT. ;
At Their Hospitable Home in

" Pfcton Willow, Y ce.Pr& L.Wn Ho** cwIIr: Altaraonte. ,

Eowud C. Bibcock.AH Cnhter Suml A.N.wtU.last CuMrF Altamonte Springs, April 1.-.The I ., ..'t'>.
last social function engaged at this

pleasant resort was a picnic held on .

: THESTATE the lawn at the residence of Mr.,and .
i Mrs. J. M. Lewis, it being their ,

twenty-fifth wedding anniversary or "
silver wedding.A .

'! BANK large party of their friends and .

neighbors assembled with baskets

overflowing with good things to ap

pease. the appetites of the jolly party. "Ir I lY T [ MONEY"[ '
Mr. and Mrs. Lewis were the recipients .

: Orlando of beautiful presents from

their admiring friends, prominent
i them Silver How;>> many times you have heard and .
among being an elegant
Service and an toindividual present to possibly made that exclamation! and .

[ESTABLISHED! 1893 Mr. Lewis, an elegant leather-covered -

91 Mission rocking chair. The presentation -
: speech was delivered by Mr. "IT IS NOT WHAT YOU EARN BUT WHAT YOU .
.
the oldest Bank in Orlando has had nearly of Scranton after :.01
THIS, Thomas Sprague Pa., SAVE THAT COUNTS. .
which, he conducted Mr. Lewisto '''
this ';
of in
of experience banking
twenty years
and'seated him in the easy chair,

section ol Florida. It. offers its ,services to all wishing which he has so faithfully earned by Ten cents saved each day for ten years will :
his faithful and progressive indus-
.
to transact business with a bank carefully con- tries. The song that was sung at give you a bank account of nearly half a :;

ducted on conservative banking principles. their wedding twenty-five years ago thousand dollars, if your savings are de- A
today, "Blessed Be the Tie That '
Binds," was rendered by the Lyman posited each month with "
kzls' aft ol the word and buy I .
: Vfe

Y and sell domestic, excfouagt. .4 the Miss ner.Lymaa May Other in twine songs a most, together were creditable rendered with man-red-1 by 1 i I[ PEOPLES[ij [ N NATIONAL l 'BANK N 1 -.

:
with others include
Our correspondents, many tations by Mrs. Frank Smith (a ,

: the National Park Bank, New York; First National scratch production), Mrs. Tabraham Four per cent interest compounded quarterly .
and Miss Rossiter and /n original .
k: Bank, Philadelphia; Third National Bank, Atlanta; poem by Mrs. Randall upon Savings Accounts. $1 opens an "

After the beautiful collation had account Open yours with us today! t .
National Bank Baltimore
i Merchants-Mechanics ;
been served and all appetites appeased ,

Continental l & Commercial National Bank, Chicago: in by the young people who ,.
think that no function is complete
\ -
Bank of Commerce St. Louis.
National I without the exhilarating tripping of

: the; light fantastic toe.

We Pay 4 ptr cst Interest OB Savings AccentsMliminMIMHIMHIMIIMHIIIIIIIIIIIIIIMI

R REAL ESTATE TRANFSERS. I {;'

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S -. ;, .'.. ,. . . .- .
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S i Albert Davis to Jeanette Davis. :i.'_ f._ "">>- ; : ',,; : . _. _. 'r .. "
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'r'''' '
v PRETTY DINNER PARTY.Mr. WEDNESDAY CARD CLUB ENTER! R. H. Marks and wife to David
I Thornton.Ida ,
TAINED.Mrs. .
K E. Parramore, Ex., to. HarryF.
and Mrs Reed, Host and
Reed.H. .
W I .
Hostess. E. F. Sperry entertained the H. Witherington and wife to J.

Tuesday evening at the Wyoming Wednesday Card Club yesterday. F. Reed.

hotel, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Reed Three tables of Five Hundred were Munger Land Co., to Jos. W. Lay-
charmingly entertained sixteen of brought into service. n ancher. I

their friends with a seven course dinner Mrs. Ford took first honors by making Amelia Grey, Guardian, to T. W. WIDOW OF SAM JONES STILL .

and afterward to a theatre party the high score.] Besides the club Butner, et al LIVESAll

for "Fi-Fi." members, there were present as guests Aloisius Laigneil and wife to

The table around which the guests Mesdames C. Smith, Ford, Atwood, Treasurer Church of God, in Christ of the dispatches of last weekto COMPLETE-

Were seated was most beautifully Chas. Grannis, W. G. Jonson, E. C. D. B. Sphaler, et al, to C. C. all of the newspapers reported STOCKOF
,decorated in white and pink, bearingas Johnson and 0. S. Robinson. Hayne. Mayor Leas of Dayton, and the widow

its centerpiece a huge duster of Light refreshments of ice cream Jas. D. Beggs treasurer, to C. C. and daughter of the late Sam Jonesas

oleanders and pink and white roses and cake were served at the close Hayne.J. drowned. But the following dis-

Candles set in silver candelabra and of 'the games and a most enjoyable 0. Sherin and wife to R. L patch from Columbus, Ohio, corrects

daintily shaded with,'pink, cast a'soft afternoon was the report of those in Maitbie. those statements, and announces that

glow over the white damask and pink attendance. Clark L. Weilard to Clarence L. the mayor and the women he rescued -
ribbon streamers from the center of i Weilard. are safe. The dispatch reads: Spring

r flowers to the place cards. These MR. BUTT TREATS.Mr. U. S. A. to Samuel Wells.J. "Mayor Leas, who was reported
ribbons were the cause of much spec- H. Vick to Donia Vick. drowned, is alive, but in a serious

ulation until the guests were told to Ned Butt, the "candy man" Florida Land &: Benefit Associationto condition; because of his heroic partin Styles

draw, and to their surprise and ,has always been a most popular friend W. A. Robinson.W. the rescue of the Jones family .

amusement found all day suckers attacked :of the young ladies of the Cathedral A. Robinson and wife to Mary shortly after midnight Monday.The .
to the ribbons of the gentle W. Morris. flood came with so little warn
i School, but since yesterday, they have
{ men, and pink stick candy to those of :become more than ever enthusiastic Frank E. Sherman and wife to J. ing that boats had to be utilized to
rescue families in the lowlands.A FASHIONABLEAND
the ladies. P. Williams.
(if such a thing be possible) over the
4 Another suggestion of April First, II sweets to be had from his shop. James M. Wilcox et al, to Anna L. boat containing Mrs. Samuel
Jones, her daughter Esther, aged 16,
came',with the "Apple" dumplings, All girls, but boarding school girls Speer.
the guests vainly attempting to dispose -I'especially, are alwayseager for some- Sophia D. Clendemin, to F. Daniel.H. and her niece, Hazel Dunlap, aged 21, COMING
hidden in the and Mrs. Smith, was being towed to
C. Dann and
of cotton deftly 'I thing good to eat, and yesterday afternoon wife to Leslie
Phelps. % the bank in the submerged district
pastry. when a large freezer ana
The dinner and theatre party were mysterious parcel were delivered at L. G. Starbuck to D. A. Proctor. when the boat was overturned, and

both delightfully arranged and the the school their curiosity was greatly; W. J.: Thurman to 0. A. Hand, et Mayor Leas was pulled into the swirl- Straw
Mrs ing waters, but was rescued'along
;; guests of Mr. and Reed were: aroused. Upon investigation the al
Mrs. J. M..Thayer, .Mrs. A. L. Mallory I I freezer was found to contain brick S. A. Alberta and wife to C. and with all the occupants of the boat

Misses McCormick, Mrs. Chase, ice cream, molded in the school colors, L. Tyson.S. with the exception of Esther Jones, Hats
:- Mr. and Mrs. Ben Buxton, Miss'Mil I red and white, and in the big bundle a R. Caldwell to J. 0. Miller. who was drowned. Leas will recover.
dred Buckingham, Mr. and Mrs. Al- I cake iced with red. A. T. Walton and wife to Jas. A. He is resting fairly easy today.

gernon Haden, Mr. and Mrs. Charles I The treat so thoughtfully given by Knox.H. All the lowlands are submerged and .

Freeman and Doctor and Mrs. J. N. I Mr. Butt, came as 1 complete and C. Dann and wife to Walter the Olentangy river is still rising.
Hazel Dunlap was also drowned.
i McElroy. most delightful surprise and was Drennen.
t k Jennie H, Fries et to J. Burt John Melchener, his wife and five of
,
cag most heartily enjoyed by both faculty ux.,
PRETTY BRIDGE PARTY. and students. Calder. -' their six children were drowned. Brown & Lartigue

N. A. Wyly to Amelia K. Naylor.A. .
+ K
A. Wyly to Amelia K. LUCERNE THEATER
Mrs. Vivian and Miss Mary Harden MENDELSSOHN CLUB. "Naylor.
were hostesses last evening for a Edward H. Neim and wife to J. 0.
Motion Pictures of Excellence-Three
charming bridge party given in their Miller. :
The first appearance of the Men-.
Reels in Our Program Today
J. 0. Miller to A. H. .
home on Lake Cherokee. Novinger.S.
delssohn Club Choral is scheduled for
......... .
Coward" Kalem
Vases of roses and nasturtiumswere W. Eldredge and wife to Nan- "The Fire
11, when
Friday night, April they

used in decorating, also many of will sing Gaul's beautiful cantata, nie Carrie B. Giles.L B. Cook to S. ,W. El- "In a A Japanese story of the Tea Alabama Garden" Hills...EdisonA '
the fine potted plants which Mrs. Vi- "
"Joan of Arc. The choruses will
{ : dredge.S. delightful comedy SPECIAL( ANNOUNCE(ME(NT
vian has been 'so successful in grow- be interspersed with solos, duets and
ing. trios by well known local talent The W. Eldredge and wife to Nan "When the Desert Western Was drama Kind"A ......
nie B. Giles. thrilling portray-
The guests, Mrs.. Lee Miller, Mrs. Choral is doing splendid work under
W. H. Reams to Cathleen Robin ing many captivating scenes and
C. B. Robinson, Miss Plaisted, Miss ,
the direction of Prof. Pope, of Rollins, I
Hudson, Mrs. Florence Hudson, Mrs. who has State wide son. climaxes.
I
won a reputa-
Thos. H. Helken and wife: to Ar- A program yon cannot afford to John S. Rowlandtakes
Y.. .Albert Cary-Elwes, Miss Cary-Elwes, tion through his work with the various
Mrs. Hauslet and Messrs. Albert and thur Schultz.
miss.Matinee
Walter Cary-Elwes and Edward Haus- glee clubs. Van Aradale Osborne B. Co., to daily 3:30 to 5 p. m. 5 ets this means of announcing to his patrons
t to all. Night three shows, 7 to 10 p. m
let, were served with a most deliciously FAVORITE Sidney M. Swoope. that beginning with
T.HE Entire balcony .5 cents to everyone.Go .
prepared chafing dish supper of Orlando, Florida, Farms Companyto
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creamed shrimp, cheese straws, olives,j J. J. Weaver.G. where crowds go.
A four.reel program. Monday Morning March 31
+ almonds and coffee.ROSALIND I His Own Son (Nestor) Powerful H. Schimpff, et al, to H. Walter ,

ANNOUNCEMENT Western Animated Drama.Weekly (Universal) Fuller.W.. .C. Person, et al, t Nicholas CATHOLIC_BAZAAR. I his place of business will be number

showing all current events. Education Wagoner. Remember the bazzar to be held I

,. An Auction Bridge Party will be al. this week by the ladies of the Catholic 17 Church Streetin

held at the Rosalind Club this afternoon I Watch Your Watch. (Eclair).. A THE NEWEST THINGS OUTIn Church in the old Hyer building corner -

the playing to begin at three- Roaring Comedy.A Cow Boy and Indian Suits. Boys of Orange and Central avenues, the store formerly occupied by J. T. Seegar.
thirty. laugh to every foot Bathing Suits, One and Two Piece Thursday Friday and Saturday, 3rd, -
i '
l- The hospitality committee are, Mrs. Sisters (Victor) Excellent Drama.: Suits. Bathing Shirts and Trunks 25, 4th and 5th of April There will be In addition to the large stock of groceries

4 M. B. Davis, Mrs. Grey Rush, Miss Come out and enjoy an hour of, 35 and 50c the suit for sale an assortment of needlework, which he now has on Pine Street, he has
I.- Ada Bumby and Miss Agnes Person. mirth. Our pictures are absolutely J. C. ANNO, delicious meals for which the ladiesare I
the stock and will
purchased Seegar consolidate
flickerless. 5t The Boys' Clothier noted, ice cream and cake ind

MISS GAINES LECTURES AT THE Ones you will enjoy. prizes. them as above stated in the Church

METHODIST CHURCH. Admission 6c to all. Open 2 to 5 Over 90 per cent of the high schoolsin Come, enjoy yourself, and help a Street room.

and 6:45 to 10 p. m. ,the United States have libraries, ac- good cause.
Miss N. B. Gaines, who, for the cording to figures compiled by E. D. To.his former patrons he wishes to take

past twenty years was a missionary to Money to loan on improved prop. Greenman of the United States Bu- JERSEY MILK COWSI this means of thanking them for,past favors
address rty. S.Y. WAY.-tf reau of Education. have a few nice young fresh
? Japan, gave an interesting and invites old and customers
new to
last evening at the Methodist church, Jersey cows for sale. Can be seen at come

of which a more detailed account will Send your job printing to the Sen, Money to loan on improved property. my house north Magnolia avenue to his new place of business.

ti be given later. w tinel office. All work guaranteed. , L I. W.,. A. Y.FULLER, Orlando. .


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