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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 10, 1913
Frequency: daily (except monday)
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando
Coordinates: 28.533611 x -81.375833 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1913.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 1, no. 269 (Dec. 20, 1913).
General Note: J.F. Schumann, editor.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 4 (Feb. 14, 1913).
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Direct Service, Postal Telegraph until 2 a. m. PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING EXCEPT MONDAY. Orlando-Progressive Center of the tab.


VOLUME ONE ORLANDO, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, APRIL 10TH, 1913. NUMBER.

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ANOTHER LEVEE SECOND SESSION STIlL DISCUSSING I!ORLANDO LADltS BLOW UP BANK OLD MAN KILLEQANDIUQEBURNE

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TURBULENT WATERS ON THEIR SENATOR BRYAN ADDRESSES THE DEMOCRATIC REVISION MANY IMPORTANT MATTERS ROBBERS SURROUND SUI IER. j: JOSEPH WREAD, OF NICHOLS,

WAY TO THE GULF STILL SENATE AND HOUSE ON PRO- MAY BE ACCEPTED AND NO TRANSACTED AT THE EQUAL VILLE, BLAST SAFE, FIRE ON FLA, MEETS DEATH AT THE

DEALING DEATH ANDDESTRUCl10N. POSED REFORMS IN THE ATTEMPT BE MADE TO SUFFRAGE LEAGUE MEETING POSSE, CUT TELEPHONE HANDS OF BURGLARS WHO

STATE PRIMARY LAW. SEGREGATE SCHEDULES THURSDAY. WIRES-SECURE $4,000. STOLE HIS SAVINGS.!.

Special to the Sentinel Tallahassee, April .The second Special, to the SentinelWashington The regular monthly meeting of Rome, Ga., April 9.-Auto bandits Lakeland, April 9 (SpecialL-Sup-)

Memphis, Tenn., April 9.The St. day's session of the Florida Legislature April 9.-The Democratic the Equal Suffrage League took place early this morning. dynamited the I I posedly the. work of robbers, thf{ horns
Francis levee at Wilson, Ark., broke got under way shortly after ten I tariff revision may be accepted yesterday morning in Unity Chapel, vault of the Bank of Commerce at 1 of Joseph L Wread, an aged recluse,
late this afternoon a mile below town. o'clock this morning, both houses in the House by a single bill and there and ,was marked by enthusiasm and Summerville, Chattooga county, and living at Nichols, a small town*, eight
Late tonight the town was almost ,meeting at that hour. be no attempt made to segregate van earnest interest on the part of thosein while loaded down with loot, wageda miles south of here, was last"night
inundated, besides the country for The Tallahassee Woman's Club presented ous schedules. This was the an- attendance. desperate pistol battle with awak- burglarized, the old man murdered:
several miles back of the city was large bouquets of flowers to nouncement made tonight by major- Owing to the absence of both Mrs. ened citizens, who rushed into the and then. the house. was burned, after
flooded to a depth, of several feet. the President of the Senate and ity leader Underwood after the Democratic J Patterson and Mrs. Thayer, Mrs. public square. The thieves made a securing an old- box containing $1700in
Soon after the break, a creviceof Speaker of the House, and left on caucus adjourned. Under-1 Mahlon Gore, second vice-president, successful get away in the 'touring cash which the hermit had hoarded
one hundred and fifty feet was the desk of each Senator and Repre- wood stated that he had the situation I called the meeting to order. After car which they had concealed in the j

was formed, which is reported to be sentative bunches of roses. well in hand and the caucus the' roll call and reading of the minutes woods, near the town after shooting up.The charred body of the old hermit

widening tonight. The committee on rules of the would put its official stamp on\'the by the secretary, Mrs. Beardall, down two men. They secured more was found in the ashes Of the
As far as known, no lives were lost House recommended that all meet- plan at a later session. Mrs. Gore requested Reverend Mary than three thousand dollars in cash, house today by friends. t
when the break occurred. All inhab- ings of the different committees be The Democrats predicted that the Safford to take the chair. together with valuable negotiable securities Wread, who had long lived lone,
itants had been warned that the break! open to those interested in the legis- caucus sessions would continue all I Miss Safford explained that the and $1,000 worth of stamps had a fear of banks, and sav, d up
was inevitable and had prepared to lation that is before' them, and thechairman through the week. They based their' Executive Committee did its work independently kept in the vault by Postmaster Neal. his meager earnings in an olc box.
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desert their homes. will be instructed to make estimations on the fruitless six-hour* and was not required to Deafening explosions shortly be- The thieves, learning .of the n' ney,
Railroad traffic to the west is com- announcements before the adjourn- debate held this afternoon on the t;make a report except at the annual fore one o'clock brought citizens to said to total $1,700, evidently entered

pletely cut off tonight The )Rock ment as to when the committee will chemical schedule, one of the least i meeting. However, that the members the scene. First to arrive were the house about two o'clock j 1 this

Island officials had hoped to keep meet. important in the Underwood bill.I might know of what was being accomplished Deputy Sheriff William Alexanderand morning and killed the old man,'Afterwards
their main line open, but today's Present prospects indicate that this This schedule, it is said, would betaken she requested Mrs. Vic- Steve Garrett, who opened fire firing the house to hide their
break at Wilson, will allow the waterto will be the busiest session ever held up when the caucus convened ,tor Starbuck, chairman of the Ex- upon the robbers as they appeared crime.
back inland and put their tracks by Florida's lawmakers. Many im- at 2:30 p. m. tomorrow. ecutive Committee, to give an outline from the wrecked bank building.A ,
under several feet of water. One portant questions will be submitted, The House was not in session today,!I of the business already trans pitched battle followed in which AN ADMIRING VISITOR
l train arrived during the day and the most important of which will include its members having decided yester-''acted. Mrs. Starbuck reported that Alexander Garrett was shot twice, ,

two departed. The Cotton Belt and the abolishment of the convict day to allot twenty-four hours ,tc( Mrs. T. P.. Warlow and Miss Emma but both will recover. Everyone of Mr. J. W. Brodway, of Sumhier-

Iron Mountain roads annulled all lease system, new primary law as caucusing and again resume regular Hainer had been appointed to.the' the town's eighteen hundred people ton, South Carolina, is in the : city

trains early in the day. drafted by U. S. Senator Bryan, reg- session tomorrow. Legislative Committee and mentionedthe surged around the wrecked buildingand visiting our genial express afcent*.
The flood situation in this city has I ulation of the insurance companies, The Progressives took advantageof importance of interesting the made arrangements for a hurried Mr. Paul Arrington. way
become serious. North Memphis resembles initiative, referendum and- recallamendment the respite and convened ,their representatives now in session at II. pursuit, while the bandits were is a very pleasant gentlemen' the
an ocean. In some places to the constitution, Jack- legislative committee on house cau-I I Tallahassee in the cause. making haste to get away over rough possessor of a goodly supply of'this
u far as the naked eye can see nothing sonville charter bill, direct by the cus and discussed forthcoming legis-I A discussion followed as to the roads. world's goods, and we are sure a man
,but water and house tops are the people, and many other questions lation. It was practically decided'I most effective means of doing this, Bloodhounds acre secured and the of rare good judgement, for, after
visible. In South Memphis blocksare affecting the interest of the ,during the conference to center at- and a move was carried that the Ex- trail was followed as far as Gore, looking over many places in Floridahe
completely submerged. people in general. tention on a few of the many re- ecutife Committee be given the power a small town eight miles directly concludes that Orlando is the
Every steamboat arriving brings In response to ,the joint invitationof forms advocated by the Progressive to send a delegate to Tallahasseeto west of Summerville. Here the trace cap sheaf, and he is so in love with
scores of refugees from lowlands. the Senate and House of Repre- party. Among these will be the establishment see that the proposed bill be was lost and the men may have gone the place that if some one of our
Refugees camps, established by the sentatives, Hon. N. P. Bryan, junior of an industrial committee brougth to the attention of the north to Chattanooga, or south to real estate agents do not succeed ia

city, has over one thousand at camp Senator, 'from :Florida,. in the Senateof to regulate corporations in In- : House. It was decided to affiliate Rome. Dogs from Floyd county's selling him a city home and an ,orange
now with many more to come. the United States, addressed the ter-state commerce and the resolu-I:with the ,Florida Equal Franchise convict camps have been sent to as- grove, we will be disappointed.
members of the two bodies in the tion to provide for equal suffrage.In League, of Jacksonville, if possible. sist and hundreds of men are engaged We need such men as Mr.. Brodway. -
RIOTING IN BROOKLYN. hall ofthe House last night, at 8 the Democratis caucus the chiefJwne I j. _Mrs. Helen Wright offered a contribution in the search over the north .
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.. o'clock. His b "the new of contention In today's discussion .of two dollars to aid in hills, but' with small chance ';..
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primary bfllwrnch'he brought to Tallahassee was the chemical schedule duty the 'expenses 'of a delegate to of success. LUCERNE THEATER
SpeeUl to the_ tJteL. .. MADE TO
Buffalo, N. I.,. April 9.-Several to be introduced. 'on vanilla beans. The Underwood::j Tallahassee, and Mrs. Mahlon Gore SMILEMr.
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persons were seriously stabbed or The Senator spoke at considerable II bill transferred these from the free wished to give twenty-five dollars HAS FAITH IN ORLANDO. -

shot during the street car riot here length, reviewing the defects of the list and dutyable at fifty cents per toward the same purpose. Both gifts J. B. Magruder, who has the
today and ,tonight. Rioting became primary law and explainingthe 'were accepted with hearty thanks.
present pound. ,I spirit of
Mr. F. W. ,McAuley, who has done I improvement in his systLra
so general that Governor Sulzer has intricacies of the proposed new Vanilla beans used in manufacturing -, Reports were made by the Treasurer -' to a commendable
,so much in the building of Greater degree is having
been asked to call out the entire vanilla extracts, a necessity in and the committee on stationary} the Lucerne
law.Besides Orlando, has just purchased the beautiful -! Theater touched by
thousand the members of the household according to those and Mrs. Mablon up
national guard, comprising one general every Gore was requested I the artistic
brush
lot, owned by Mr. J. Schnarr, on of Fred Preston,
men to order. assembly there was a large num who duty. to write to Representative Robinson
preserve : oppose Mr.
the corner: of South Lake and Anderson Magruder is always doing something
Officials of the International Rail- ber of spectators'present to hear the An amendment putting beans back I Ion in regard to the time which the bill to
streets. He also'bought two lots improve Orlando, and a
way Company admitted tonight that Senator and he was given close at- the free list was still pending;prould likely be presented, dozen
in the Pepper addition on South Lake more men to develop the Ma-
the conditions were worSe than at any tention through his lengthy talk. The when the caucus adjourned.. I Mrs. Earle, the,house guest of Mrs.F. gruder
will
street. We do not know what he spirit, make the greater
time since the car men struck four speech is said by a great many to A. Curtis, gave a short, but very Orlando
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1 is going to do but it is safe to'pre- a certainty.The
days ago. All service has been aban- have created a favorable impression.The WORD FROM ONE OF BERGEN'S entertaining talk at the close of the next six
dict that when he returns next fall, months should worka
doned since six o'clock and not a car rules'of the session of 1911 FLORIDA COLONY. II meeting, emphasizing most clearly
great transformation
several houses will be placed upon in the appearance
has moved in the city tonight. were adopted for the guidance of the that "No lasting success comes from of Orlando from
I these valuable properties.We the amountof
present session until such time as Word has been received from anything which Is not above board." improvements
are pleased to have in our now under consideration
FLAGLER'S CONDITION. the rules committee can do its work ,Joseph Thompson, former street su-I .
midst a man that has such faith in
and make a report. The committee perintendent of Hackensack, that he greaterand
I BEAUTIFUL BUNGALOWSA the future of the city and hope that Let us get together for a_
Special to the sentinel. appointed by Speaker Farris is composed is enjoying life at Orlando, Florida.Mr. better Orlando.
he live for and con-
West Palm' Beach, Fla., April 9. i of Representatives Lamb, of Thompson writes: "I -am havinga builder of known reputationfrom may many years ",
tinue on in the good work of build-
It is reported that Henry M. Flag- Suwanee, Mac Williams, of St. Johns, fine time here;'It is nice and warm Salem Massachusetts, remarked ing Orlando into a large metropolitan FRIENDS RETURN TO CITY
ler, head of f the Florida' East Coast Knowles, of Monroe, Bussey, of Palm and 90 in the shade; sit under orange to the editor yesterday that Or- city.SHORT -

Railway and Standard Oil Magnate, Beach, and Adkins, of Alachuat. trees to keep cool and eat the fruit. [lando had more new and modern bun Mr. and Mrs. Hamilton Johnson and

is growing weaker hourly at his res- Additional House appointments are Mr. Thompson further writes that galows ,than any city of its size that two daughters Misses Cary and Elizabeth .
idence here. Executives of Flagler's as follows: with Mrs. Thompson, they are stop- he had visited in three .years. IN HIS ACCOUNTS, NEWS ; arrived last evening from their
enterprises are with the financier'to Doorkeeper-R. J. Davis, of DeSoto ping in H. D. King's new house at There are many attractive bunga- MAN LEAVES FOR FLORIDA. home in Jackson Mississippi, and are

day. Physicians attending' Flaglersay county. Orlando. On the reverse side of Mr. lows in the city and one of the latest visiting in the home of Mr. Johnson'l
he rested easily today, however, Chaplain-Rev. H. S. Haward, of Thompson's post card is a scene in to attract attention is just' completed -: Harry Pierce, of Union street; mother, Mrs. W. G. Johnson of this
and 'did not seem to think there was .Apalachicola, Franklin county. a grapefruit orchard in I on North Magnolia avenue Hackensack, disappeared. from his

any cause for immediate alarm. Janitor-Eugene Hawkins, who is I Bergen News, N. J. F10rida.-1 above the Wyoming hotel. It is a home yesterday, leaving a wife and city.Mr.. Johnson was born and raised ia
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------ now rated as among the veterans and two children, one about two monthsold.
noticeable fact that the city is speard- this city and has many friends who
TRUE FRIENDS TO ORLANDO, GO hails from any county where he hap- AUTO GUESTS IN CITYE. I ing out in all directions rapidly and According to a statement made It will be glad to greet him.
NORTH. pens to be when the session meets. the best homes partake of the sub- by his wife, Pierce left no word as He is'a successful and competentcivil
He is now making Leon Springs. J. Streuber hands us a map of urban character. to why he went or where he intended and mechanical engineer, and

Cot S. H. Alleman, wife and son, Pages-Morgan Richards, of DuI I and Mr Hansen Robinson, of Detroit, to go, but it was learned that while here will endeavor to get next
Horace, left last night for their homein vall county; Williamson Allen, of :Michigan, were in the city yesterday MUSIC LOVERS. a hint had been dropped that he was 1 to the sewer job.

Philadelphia. Orlando has a great I Leon Paul Stokeley, of Lake; How- :guests at the San Juan. going to Florida. After Pierce's disappearance Mr. Johnson is an Orlando boy, and

many winter guests of whom the ard L Leslie, of Madison. Mr.Hanson is Southern field agentof You will not forget the Mendel- William Fink, for whomhe all things being equal, we are always
citizens have grown fond, but none the Studebaker car, manufacturedin ssohn Club Cantata tomorrow nightat worked, said that he was shortin j for Orlando boys.
have endeared themselves to' the peo- RUNAWAY HORSE SERIOUSLY ; Detroit which is one of the best the Lucerne Theatre. Here is an his accounts, but was not preparedto I ..(

ple of this city more than Col. Alle INJURES DRIVER.Jos. and most popular of moderate pricedcars opportunity to hear the best voicesin say in what amount. Several MOSQUITO INLET W
man and ("family. They are peopleof on the market. the city in a classic rendition ata months ago Mr. Fink in the presenceof -

real worth. Though they affiliate Williams, a farmer living five The San Juan Garage are local price so nominal that it seems likea Chief Dunn, adjusted an alleged Mr. Charles T. Clarke, of New
In the highest altitudes of social life' miles east of Winter Park, while agents for this car. benefit production. Show your ap- shortage, upon the promise of Pierce Smyrna I was in the city yesterday

and Mr. Alleman, is a factor in the driving home from town yesterdayin preciation of good music and worthy to square the amount.-Bergen News, ;collecting data for the information of

world's great business transactions, ,a one-horse wagon, met with a MAP MAKINGMr. organizations by attending. N. J. our congressmen in connection with
yet they are so sociable and congenialthat painful accident by the horse taking the proposed dredging of Mosquito
the most humble is at ease in fright and running, away, throwingMr. E. J. Stober, hands us a map of I SHOWING THEIR RESPECT.New EQUAL SUFFRAGE LEAGUE Inlet.
their presence. Williams out, breaking his leg the State of Ohio that has many com- The Sentinel is unable to say anything

Their friends in Orlando are many and his collar bone and otherwise mendable features. It shows the state York, April 9.-Virginia gov- The Orlando Equal Suffrage League" as to the merits of this pro- s
and real. These friends look for- injuring him, and, while his condition by counties, size of counties, princi- I ernbrs of the stock exchange at their is now duly organized. The object posal, but is inclined to the belief
ward with anticipation to their re- is serious, it is believed that he pal streams and all railroads, popu- regular meeting this afternoon voted as announced by their constitutionis that the benefits from that work

turn. will recover.A lation of cities and towns and distances not to open the exchange on Monday to work for the advancement of the would greatly exceed the cost.

between cities and towns. until noon out of respect for J. Pier. industrial, legal and educational Florida streams generally need
ORLANDO BANKS PERMANENT NAME. The map is made by H. T. Carey of pont Morgan, whose funeral takes rights of women; to study civics; and dredging and straightening and these

Erie, Pa., who contemplates invading! place that morning. to secure equal suffrage by appropriate great waterways are the salvation of
The Sentinel invites attention to the At a business meeting of the Immanuel Florida in map making, and undoubtedly state and national legislation. the country in affording relief against
condition of the banks of Orlando. U Baptists, held last eveningit would find this a rich field. for POPE PIUS NOT SO WELL. exorbitant freight rates charged by

any city in the whole country can was decided to take the Greek such a map. WEATHER REPORT. railroads, which has retarded the development -
show better bank statements, the word, "Emanuel" for a permanentname. Special to the Sentinel of the state very materi
t ame has not come to our notice. The church will be known PHILLIPS WON. Rome, Thursday, April 10, 2 a. m. Special to Tbt Sentinel ally. It is quite probable that Mosquito -
Orlando banks are on bed rock and hereafter as the Emanuel Baptist' -The Pope has been very restlessfor Florida-Fair Thursday except rain Inlet should have attention.
have the confidence of the people. church of Orlando. Services will be Brooklyn, N. Y., April 9.-Brook- the past few hours and his tem- in north-west portion. Friday local !. o

held morning- and evening on Sun- lyn nothing; Philadelphia, one. Only perature has risen 3.58 degrees. rains; cooler in north-west. Insurance, Real estate, Loans .
That 25 cent pound stationary,is a days in the Tea and Rest room on game played today in the National Rentals, Curtis & O'Neal, next Posh
bargain. Curtis 4 per Orange avenue north., t League. Srfaerfbt for Tit State Subscribe to the Sentinel office.I .
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That the Everglades wiloecupy_ f
,a.:large portion of the attention of
the state legislature which meets Lord & Bradshaw I Magnificent Showing of

:, .next week in Tallahassee, is becoming i .' ,3
more and more evident as;,time We wish to announce to our friends, and the public generally, .
L passes, comments the Miami. Herald., that have formed
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a partnership under the ..
;s' proposal has been made looking ,New .Spring Suits
above 6rm for ,
toward empowering the legislature to :name, a general "f ;
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: raise, by bonding,the sum of five mil
lions ,of dollars with which to com Real Estate and Insurance '

plete'.the'dra nage. The bonds are to and Dresses

: be paid, under this proposition. by a" business and are centrally located in a ground floor office at No. ; ,. '. .c.
-faded tax on ,each acre of Ever- a .. ."f \
tax J7 8. Orange Avenue, (formerly occupied by Hamilton & Dunn c'
jflades; land. This : as .now contemplated -.; '
will tax the lands lying Millinery), where we will be pleased to meet all our'old friends i "';
f aearest the canals higher than the WE ARE SHOWING A BEAUTIFUL .
and to make ones. ASSORTMENT .
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a lesser, sum according to the GOODS
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b distance from:;the canals and the cost I. Oiujlist. of city and acreage property is surpassed by none, IN ALL :THE LATEST. PATTERNS FOR OLD AND
to'the land owner to connect with'1 t YOUNG. 'WHITE' CANVAS SHOES. THE
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exceptional 3ijuu I COMEAND SEB Us
CONTAINS '
ACCURATE ILLUSTRATIONS OF, THE
With, this agitation will also go,I Lord & Bradshaw ,SEASONS BEST :AND LATEST CREATIONS AND ,
itris thought, Aimovement.to compel IS WORTHY THE ATTENTION EVERY
...thorough investigation the whole [ ORLANDO
,method of handling the drainage 17 S. ORANGE',AVL OKIANM, FLA.illllllllllllMIIMMIMIIIIIMIIIIiillllllllilll. W MAN. *'CALL ,IN AND ACQUAINT YOURSELF

..scheme in the past It .is, the purpose ;,PITH'THE HIGH CHARACTER OUR GARMENTS 1,

a of. ,some of ,the legislators to AND THE REASONABLE. PRICEs. ','
go-to. the bottom of,.the :whole matter '
and report their findings to the w iirtriMM_eciMMKM ,
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people.It will be necessary for the,peoplepf | LIGHT THE

.the state to pass upon the ques-* Kanner's New York

\tion of bond ng. Under our present PATH TO PROSPERITY I
constitution, the legislature, has n o ,
power, to ,issue bonds except for the
,purpose.of raising funds to repel invasion .
e or, to subdue .an epidemic of, Merchants who use Electric Signs never lose : Bargain Store

h' disease. their way by choosing the wrong road to suc-
3 In(voting on, an ,amendment tolend
the credit"of the state for the cess. You simply cannot fail to attract new U. You! _Would':be Posted be Daily Visitor to this Store

.purpose of completing the drainage customers if you use an Electric Sign. It acts v :.. __

# of,the Everglades, the people will, in like an irresistible magnet drawing all the
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all probability, want to know how .
their.money has been.frittered away trade within its reach: That is the reason Ten per oeM off on all linen and ,IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII.III'IIIII I'IIIIII t ll.i

command the attention of Lace at Hamilton Dunn's. '
donations and how much .advantage they buyers.
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has been given the land com- Models i iMOTOCYCLES

:- ,panics,that ,have, in one way or an For Every Store Owner
other, obtained possession of more
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:than three-fourths of the land deeded
to-the state for.school purposes. No matter how small his business, the Electric AND
BUILDER.
They certainly will have to be satisfied Sign is the cheapest and most effective
,Superintend AH Work.
.on'these ,mooted points befor
< advertising. Priced That Are an
will ;
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Tampa Tribune. Phone for our Sign Designer to call and submit .AD'rWom" Inducement Guaranteed

a sketch.

A western social leader claims that No Trouble to Us--No Expense to You. 1
corsets will reform fallen women. S :

While if the ''truth were known it c ill; I.11111 11111 11111 11111' Four H. P. Models $200.00
could be found that they reform'allwho i :

wear them.- I ORNDO WATER[ & LIGHT COd a i 1 1i i ; ELIJAH Funeral Director HAND Q. R.Seven H. P.Models, $250.00

Mr. Moore resigned and ..then we ,and Embalmeri : Eilpert:
had the tornado and the floods. i Block, Pine St Phone S5 :
COOK WITH
GAS'O ORLANDO, FLA. Agent for
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ONE MAN RECLAIMS A COUNTRY The experience Of Denmark comes 1 1j j .
I to.the United.States both as a warnIngLannd. Sf

Dcaatrk.ha.made a national hero .as a message,f hope_ The ;
of dipt. Enrico Mylius Dalgas, the f Danish heath of forty years.ago is a NewIN IT'SAF
man!'who saved and remade the country suggestion of the desolation that will Everything PROPOSITION
,by watering the desert and by result in the United States if the ;
planting the marshes and moors with reckless waste of our national resources TO ASSUME
trees How it was done, Mr. Henry continues in the future as it THAT YOU ARE ;

God4ard Leach has told in McClure's has in the past. Although our gov- IN LACES, EMBROIDERIES, SHIRTS KI- APPRECIATIVE OF THE '
VERY
Magazine.In ernment is undertaking vast projectsin : .
'the disastrous war of 1864, Prus- the West: the idea of conservation UNDERWEAR. HEADQUARTERS .
ala wrested from Denmark much valuable has not as yet taken firm hold of the FOR: HOUSEHOLD- GOODS AND SCHOOL; BEST. WE ARE SPECIALISTS IN |

territory. The soldiers of Jut- conscience of private interests and. the SuppLIES.McCULLOCH'S. a
land;) trudging over the black and bar- individual citizen. Electrical Wireing and Motor Work \

ren heath, home to their untilled .
farms, encountered a thickset figurein SPRING IN THE NORTH NEWELL ELECTRICAL COMPANY
riding-boots that stalked across I ..
the moors, with a spade over his ARCADE BUILDING J
A friend from the north hands us ,
shoulder. On nearer approach, i it the following: DEPARTMENT STOREOPPOSITE CHURCH ST.
proved to be young Captain Dalgas of ..
The First Fly:-Why, there's a fly! PHONE 280
the engineers, already a veteran of
two seems kind,o' good doesn't it, to hear POST OFFICE
war
.! him buzzing around contentedly in
When his late comrades in arms had
returned his greeting with the discouraged that sunny window? It means that CALL and BE CONVINCED"LOW i
spring has come. You are glad to
complaint, "It is a bad, bad
see him, just as welcome the
you
day' for Denmark!" Captain Dalgas > EST PRICES ALWAYS"My
and bluebirds. But wait
replied, "It is. But what has been crocuses a The Best
minute. Where did that fly come is the Cheapest
lost:without can be won within! and
from? Not up from Florida with 1s
he planted earnestly toward the deso-
s
(Gentle Sister South Wind as did Rob- 4
late heath that stretched to the horizon SO GET THE BEST OF t
in Redbreast and Winsome Bluebird.No III i
as unbroken as a desert. "In tr
he hatched out of a muck heap, r
your time and in mine," he said, "we
can turn that waste into forest and and he came right' into the house Cost Mark Paints and Wall Paper :
without wiping his feet And his wife ,1 Is
farms, and win back more than we :
ever lost to the Prussians" will go back to the muck heap to lay s
more eggs, and by the time the hot THE 1912 WALL PAPER IN SAMPLES
The enthusiastic dream of the young ,
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days come the two will have some i IS GRAND AND I WILL BE
engineer has been made to come true. Black PLEASED
millions of descendants. And all of Nigger!
Failing to get government aid, he i TO SHOW THEM. ALL YOU HAVE TO
them will come into the house with-
formed the Danish Heath Society; he DO IS TO TELEPHONE AND I WILL '
out wiping their feet, and they will .
water from distant rivers, ;
pumped BRING THE SAMPLE
TO
leave filth and disease in 1234567890 YOUR HOME. ?
germs your
and let it run.over the heath; he introduced ,. r
food. Spoils the romance, doesnt it? :f'to!'""">-
fertilizers, burned off the ,, .,, .. '
'The is him!
fly your enemy. Slay } ;tl: '
heather
farmers
to
persuaded convert I GEO. A. BARKER 4 )
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the heath into plowland and pas- I 268
turage, planted timberproducingtrees PINE CASTLE NOTES If you want anything In the Gents' i

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country addressing massmeetingsand I Pine Castle, April 8th.-Mrs. Chas. Furnishing Line, now is the accepted I -
schools. At last the government Livengood and Mr. and Mrs. Wm. i

lent its aid. Livengood are away on an auto tripto Time I IM STYLES I IN S SPRING )
MILUNERY
The result' of the work of Captain -th East Coast.
Dalgas is that a new Denmark greets Mrs. I. M. Aten is at home after a
the traveler to-day. These forty visit with relatives.Mr. .
H1CLR.L A K ROBERTSON I T
years have' doubled and trippled the Ansel Sightler of Swausea, S.
wealth of the. Danish nation. Railroads !C., is visiting her sister Mrs. E. LSphaJer. I Laces
and highways are cutting the I Embroideriesand l
heath; new buildings and towns are Miss Bertha: _Sullivan was at home! LkI 'JI
rising everywhere. Treeplantinggives from Orlando over Sunday. Dress
Materials s
work for the destitute;'the moor]11 The Baptist Ladies'Aid Society will l
is peopled by families; the valuationof I give an oyster supper and ice cream Asken to explain the meaning of "Has Agnes achieved popularity in !
certain townships has r sen one'social Saturday evening April 12th,i vis-a-vis, a boy at Elm House School, her suburban home?" f
thousand'and five hundred per cent''at the home of Mr. and Mrs. E. D.i I Surrey, wrote: "Yes; she keeps her doors wide
And it is not the reclaimed land only''Perkins. There will also be given a.i "Vis-a-vis means the stuff that open and her mouth tight shut" HISSES HAULM & DUNN !,
that has been improved,by the plant-':programme of vocal, instrumental and come out of a,champaigne bottel before Life.
ing of forests, for the woods have literary numbers. Proceeds are for: the champagne itself."-London 1
softened the climate and increased the'the building fund of the First Baptist Mail. J When a woman makes a hairpin Agents for Barclay Corsets
fertility of the whole peninsula of .Church of Pine Castle. All are in- answer as a buttonhook she goes to
Jutland. 'vited. I Advertise in.the Sentinel extremes.-Philadelphia Record.

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are looking for a full dollar's worth for every dollar you spend, then come

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every dollar they spend, they r.r carry

in Stock more Home Furnishings
are given a square deal 1 No .
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false reckless advertising
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:mu rake. The. word trust'has several ,meanings. The one we refer to means confidence, faith and re- 'afiance. j

Without this trust; modern business could not be conducted Our trust is yours for the asking. ,'j

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j 9 The Daily LARGE TRUST PROSECUTIONSThe I "


South Florida Sentinel
It is a Supreme Court having settled
''' MORNING AND WEEKLY that the State constitutionality of the Sherman .

which to Law, would it not be well .:, \
Enured at. the put office at Orlando : .
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,! Tktrida u Second Clau Mail Matter contract for o submit all questions in dispute to ";' > ",'.; : "

and eighty-five instead of having the gov- ;..
which is now commence suit against "each
RATES The State will the hundreds of trusts now doing When You Choose. .

in the country. The method '; .
One year ....................15.00 in drainage .
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rhile. This by the Government >
;- Six Months ................... 2U5O only "
1907 the tends to the disturbance of business
Three Months ................. 1.25 since ; .
acre for more general destruction of the materi a Gift of Jewelry

Bj newt carrier in Orlando (0 cento permonth. the drainage affairs of the country. The general
Daily and Sunday. Dade, DeSoto, principles have been settled by the

i The Orlando Mominc Sentinel can be found Palm Beach highest court in the land, and must
'' .a aalc in Orlando at Grits A O'Neal' Book These taxes be very thoroughly understood by all
'' Store. What is THEN YOU MAKE A LASTING GIFT THAT; MUST
ly and with good !lawyers. the need of
We will appreciate prompt complaint if there is no going over the same ground in each BEAR EVERY TEST OF TIME ,AND JUDGMENT AND

delivery Is not properly made by our carrier they will not suit brought, when the principles have TASTE. WHEN YOU SELECT FROM THE STOCK OF

Adevrtbing rate will be furnbbed on ap been settled previously? The
drainage only EVANS YOU ARE SECURE. FOR HERE EVERY PIECE,
pl catkn. that inevitable being to upset the business of
; EVEN THE MEREST
TRIFLE-IS CHOSEN BY EXPERTS .
THE WEEKLY SENTINEL bound to come corporation assailed to its great
?; for year, by mail postage paid ........ILOOAJdren detriment and to WHOSE KNOWLEDGE AND TASTE HAVE WON
which came no advantage to any
d THE SENTINEL. Orlando Florida.Office .
107 Court Street. Arcade Building such a gigantic one.The % RECOGNITION.

Y Phone 24 having a expense is enormous, both to THE BEAUTY, THE STYLE, THE WORKMANSHIP
whose standing the Government and the corporations. \
ARE ALWAS THE BEST.
j; F. SCHUMANN, Editor. reputable and Would it not be better to have each
JOSIAH FERRIS Proprietor. The mistakes side appoint three or five competent EVANS' FAIR AND MODERATE PRICES ARE AS FAMOUS -

are now lawyers who could meet without any AS EVANS' BEAUTIFUL AND EXCLUSIVE DESIGNS

a THURSDAY, APRIL 10TH, 1913. irretrievable. formality and go over the charter of COMPARISON OF VALUES INVITED.
the corporation and eliminate all

, An ounce of prevention is worth a INITATION features that were contrary to the .

pound of cure. Keep this in mind and change the charter to agree

and clean up. A telegram the decisions of the Supreme

o No fight in Court.

-, It was not to be expected that Mex- will be more Of course it would be necessary for
i ico could half for and against the side to meet the other in a spirit
stay even quiet :
a whole month. ative and concession, and not quibble over T. I1 Evans the
t o Florida, for points of law. If this course JewelerOPPOSITE

t Forty-six new banks were organized in all sections ; adopted a hundred cases could ,

in Florida last year and this is a for some time, in the course of settlement at the

F6i pretty good evidence of prosPerity. by some others time, and the business of the POT OFFICE

o Owing to the established on a substantial .

If you want to know whether or of the present basis and relieved from the uncertainty EXPERT REPAIRING AND ENGRAVING.
is believed that that has been hovering over it
is
not a man prospering, ascertain
since the first suit ...... -.... .....
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4" if he talks up his city. If he does, order of things was com :::J. -- --

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NEW FIELD FOR WOMEN.Dr. .
ville will lead
More people await with anxiety the -

action of the state legislature on the< ative,
j' good roads measure than any other floor of the Russell H. Conwell strongly

measure before that body. gressive will favors a new field of endeavor for SILK TOCKINGS

o in the senate. which, for want of a better $ &

The Tallahassee newspaper correspondents -: proposition will classification, might be called the Art
of He
believes that
Companionship.
refer to Forrest Lake as the ed out,
this can be pursued to advantage in
great pedestrian. Well, he generally is taken.
q* walks in a circle if he walks like he Speaker care-taking duties that are, already

talks. i rifle for the performed by the professional nurse. ..
Ft' 0- In other words A pleasing personality, _therefore, is

In, between the ?.>,vi and the rehabilitation to settle their the first requisite of this proposednew For Day

of the ball park and KM- tion, and not profession and after that the .

fie,pennant dream ,one might put in the legislature. 'aspirant would need to have a ser-

a few odd momenta to good purpose people of any :viceable knowledge of people, of and
books and to understand how to impart
in
in thinking: about politic they want
o said Mr. sass."l to her patients the pleasures
t conversation... Given all of these EveningWear
Be sure you are right and then go lawyer or. "
. the Companion-Nurse should
ahead is a'good motto to be put in at Tallahassee things,
be in demand.
certainly Indeed Dr.
practice by our law makers. Goingoff will of the
Conwell states that
half cocked is dangerous to all sert one or steamship man-
and conductors of
agers Europeantours
parties concerned.The send to
o Fights will have expressed a desire to have i

man who gets ahead in the I changes in the competent graduates of this character -. :-
recommended to them. The
world, is usually the man who just Jacksonville only
difficulty, it seems to us, will be to
: saws wood, and doesn't bother hiss various
supply the demand for agreeable women ;
head about politics or his neighbors [- Our Personal Guarantee
' business. STATE of this kind. They would seem
to be so superlatively attractive thatthe
j' -m- Pair
eligible males to whom theywould Accompanies Every
The man who sits down and just That the
minister with their soothing
waits for things to turn up, most the alert for
attentions as readers, storytellersand
his toes before fecting the
generally tarns
up
fellow tourists would want to
; thing of is made to is evident
importance
any .make wives of them before they had Marion B. Ives
happen by him. o ers Gus interested Miller, of gone very far ,in their profession.,


Business is strong, safe and steady. pensation of COMMISSION GOVERNMENT .

The floods could not halt it., The Governor ,
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death of the world's financier the
greatest -
A few weeks ago mention was madein EXCLUSIVE MILLINERY
hibiting PARLORS
did not disturb it. A new tariffis
into the Engineering News that the,city
not going to stop it. So the men quors dry '
of Sumter, S. C., was advertising fora
ly passed
who keep going will get the profits.
committee for chief administration officer, to, be Second Floor
o
this is c known as the city manager. It is .
i The secretary of the Kansas state The favorable interesting to note that the city commissioners -

board of health says age is no detriment Of Congress received no less than 145

to Kansas eggs. He won't find> applications for the position the
tinctly shown ... appicants -
to many people disagreeing with him second time hailing from- alt pam of- I
WHAT THE INCOME TAX DOES
7 if he will just keep the eggs in the country. The man selected was a .

s Kansas. veto.The ; young civil engineer, who was not a -

{ --C B W BMW strong in both resident of Sumter. Under existing tariff laws a cer- SERVED FREE

Starting a balky horse and a stub- lature, and it ; His duties are to propose and sub- tain amount of duty is collected upon

born auto work on exactly the same soon : mit an annual budget; to keep the all imported goods. No one attemptsto

principle, and every passer by will fight in commissioners advised as to the city's deny that this duty is ultimatelypaid

offer advice that is sure to do no with the last financial condition and needs; to 'see by the consumer. Under the pro- Maxwell House

good, or furnish a solution'to thet that the laws and ordinances are en- posed Democratic tariff measures to

trouble.So forced; to attend all meetings of the be enacted at the coming session of ,

x o commission ,at which his presence is congress the total amount of duties

So many Sanford people have migrated Never in required; to recommend for adoption collected by the government will be BlendTHE

to Tallahasse that a car load has it been such measures as he may deem necessary much less than formerly. In order

{ of their jaundiced celery and lim- honestly or expedient; to appoint all that there may be no deficit in the '

burger cabbage had to be shipped up ricultural land : officers and employees in the classified ..government funds an income tax law WORLD'S BEST COFFEE
for these muckraker citizens to family. The service of the municipality, sub- I will be passed to offset the tariff de I .

browse upon. known as the ject to the law and civil service act;'I crease. -AT-
A law to propose and sumbit reports to the To be exact, the present Payne bill
grants
; I commission, and to perform such produces $303,000,000 annually. An \
It is said that every time the gavel qualified to The Pure Food Store
other duties as may be required.The estimate of the probable revenue from
claim after
Mi Forrest Lake
jumps, thinking
the Underwood bill is not yet avail-
lie has been hit. On such occasions the cultivation ,
able. But the income tax is to be,I
land the town of Manatee has ordered
7 Bob Holly walks over and pours a ,i used to supply the difference. Treasury .
f' little lubricator in his ear and the of the land a house to house canvas by the City
experts are now making a scientific WHEN IN DOUBT READ THE find this the most beautiful
hon. forrest subsides into the dark after untl Marshal to see that places are cleaned city to
estimate of the revenue that will SENTINEL live in that God has
placed at the
Talley again. that he shall up as they should be for the sum-
in under the Underwood bill in
upon the mer season. He will first inspect come disposal of n.ALLEGED.
o months in every provision store, hotel and, restaurant order to establish the difference to be Things Worth Thinking About
If the state wide movement for month's A good idea.o supplied by the income tax. Think well of your neighbor._ In HUMOR

good roads brings forth fruit, the increased sections And just to the extent of that dif- so far as possible be at peace with allmen.
number of automobiles that will "the people" be benefited.
;, ference
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before looking
Wipe glasses
of the interior KEEP OX RIGHT SIDE, STATESMEN your
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will come into the state will furnish under the act Under the existing laws the poor man at the faults of therI Wife-I don't think your new suitis

a license fund that will pay the interest known as the who buys sugar, coffee, clothes and I Deal frankly and honestly with all fast colored; I'm afraid it will fade
on the bonds. all the necessary articles of life paysa dreadfully in the sun.
requirements That man who goes on record
o ular against good roads, against abolishing big percentage of their cost towardsthe men.Believe that all men are your Husband-H'm, perhaps I'd bettergo
support of the government Under out more at night, then.
t The present state legislature is the convict lease system, against;I friends and that all men would ratherbe -FUeg-
made up of young men full of the John paying interest on county funds, the new arrangement those who honest than otherwise. Think ende Blaetter.
have incomes amounting to five thousand I
twice before and bear ---- I
progressive spirit necessary in Flori- vania against repealing the railroad land speaking once,
da, and these young men together acre farm law, against the eligibility of ladiesto or more annually,-the people in mind that a soft answer turneth He-I know I am not two faced.

..q with the several experienced statesmen bring his act on school board and state aid who can afford of It-will pay the expenditures away ,wrath. She-Why?

on the job ought to do the state engage .in to stamp out pests, is taking the much governmentA satisfactory method! Do.all these things in the spirit of He-Because if I were I'd be using

J t, pine good.. other garden short ,cut to innocuous dessuitude. more .. kindness and toleration and you will the other one.-Cornell Widow.

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SUMMER DRESS FABRICSJust

now he have a splendid

line of'New Spring Fabrics, in x

LjtFtJ1iJORI tfPWNGWHY all the latest shadings, and of ,

the nice cool kinds, to make SHOESWe

dresses and waists, and we
have the best shoes
that
N : know the prices are right. .

Come in and see them. money can buy, and we can give ;

0 DOES ONE ARTIST PAINT A MORE BEAUTI- you fit and comfort in the same

o FUL PORTRAIT THAN ANOTHER ? BECAUSE HE shoe. Let us show you. Our '

KNOWS HOW TO "CATCH" THE ONE WHO POSES IN MEN'S SHIRTSWe
prices low
are as is
as possible ;
THE MOST ATTRACTIVE
ATTITUDE.
WHY DOES ONE
1 o STORE CHOOSE BETTER DRESS GOODS THAN also have a nice line of on the.present high leather mar.

o ANOTHER ? BECAUSE THE BUYERS IN THAT STORE "ECLIPSE" Shirts for summer. ket. ; ,

a KNOW HOW TO SELECT BETTER GOODS. OUR PRICES, The men that have worn them,

QUALITY CONSIDERED, ARE LOWER BECAUSE WE don't need to be told that they

DO THE VOLUME BUSINESS AND DO NOT HAVE TO are fitters, and that they wear

a ADD ANYTHING TO A LEGITIMATE PROFIT, AS WE well. To look at them is to buy
SELL FOR CASH, AND DON'T LOSE ANYTHING BY BAD them.
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,tk I Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Parkhurst are Mr. T. B. O'Brien, of Chicago, tnillllllMIHHH
WADE among the new comers to Orlando, with his familyin a large touringcar
and will make their home in the city.
THE TUNER stopped in the cityover nigh t
ORLANDO.FLA.Mr. on their way north.
Hon. E. James, one of the interest- -
ing and substantial winter residentsof Mr. Leslie Baker started homeward
Winter Park was in Orlando yes- yesterday and hopes to returr
J. Horrin has returned to his : terday. to Orlando next fall. His northerr
home in Rolling Fork, Miss. home is Greenwich, N. Y. Yowell'sHUD
I Attorney LeRoy B. Giles, went to:? rt

Mr. and Mrs. JamesShaw left for DeLand yesterdaywhere' he will attend I Mr, Louis Huffman leaves today
their Jacksonville home yesterday.Mr. I Court to legal business in the Circuit: for his home in Mattisbury, N. Y. ,
I I' The Sentinel will keep him wise a9: -
Lester E. Baker left yesterdayfor t to Orlando doings during his absenci .
him home in Greenwich, N. Y. I Cot D. A. Barnett of Louisville,'from the city.
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Kentucky, on his way homeward .
Mr. W. H. Ebering, of Mobile, Ala., from southern points stopped off in'' -
who has been in the city for a few Orlando yesterday. 1 Mr. D. W. Clark, manager of the
days returned home yesterday.Mr. 1 American Realty Co., of Apopka, and C.LEAN SALE'
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P. E. Whitehead'of Elgin, Ill.; is in i i Editor T. M. Byars of the same city,
A. H. Walden a New York the city and having bought a lot will I were in Orlando yesterday busi-
business man, is in the city and is arrange to build a house and will[ ness. They report business as thriving .1 ,
stopping at the San Juan. bring his family here next fall. in their community and farmers
I busy putting in crops.
Mr. and Mrs. George La Bar, who i Mr. William L. Hopper, who has _
have been stopping on Livingston been sojourning in the city for some i Mr. and Mrs. P. A. Boockney OFEmbroidered _
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avenue, have gone to their home in months, left yesterdayfor his home! Riverside, Cal., were in the city yesjterday -
Emporia Pa. in Marmaduke, Arkansas. for a few hours. They are

.touring the state looking for a loca-
Mr. J, C,Nichols has,left for his Mr.;and Mrs... ThomasMorrawjuid I tniece as it is their intention leavings
home in Cairo, Mich., after having Miss Carrie Wheeler, who have s California, owing to the fact that the Mountings
spent an enjoyable vacation in Or been stopping with Miss Mattie McKee freeze has practically put them outm of
lando. left yesterday their home business.
St Paul, after a delightful stay in,

Mrs. Nellie Brown, who has been the city of several months.Mr. i. The Maxwell House blend coffee at With
sojourning ,in this city for several the Pure Food store is attracting a Bandings to Match.
weeks, left for her home in Phila A.. H. Holt, after spending crowd and the coffee is so good that
delphia last night. several days in Orlando, started i if some would just furnish the doughnuts a.
northward yesterdayand will make' we would endeavor to take In
our Swiss .
Mr. Lorin Hoffman was several stops in the State before dailyd nners over there. The coffee Marquisette and Voils all go ,
for
leaving
among good. has the real flavor and makes
a
those who left Orlando for the north
tiful clear regardless of cost
last night Albany, N. Y., being his The following Philadelphia parties i,:'I beverage.___ as we absolutely

destination.Mr who have been Orlando guests, have:(I The ladies 07 the Immanuel B not
departed for their home city: Mrs.. 1 tist church will give a reception ap.twill carry over any of the above
.and Mrs. E. B. Orcutt, who Anna 'Cassady, Mrs. Martha A. Elliot I the home of Mrs. Cook, on Orange
have lived several yean in Florida, Phillip' Bundy and Kate Bond y.I'avenue and Washington street, Thursday goods. .
left yesterday for Texas and Oklahoma
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points, from whence they came. The regular meeting of the Annie i will be served and a free will- . .'. - . .. 4. .'.
Coleman Chapter of the U. D. C. will Mr. R. G. Bramlege and J. A. be at the residence of Mrs. B. G J. cordially invited.
I Black bade adieu to Orlando friends Abernethy Eola Circle at 3:30*I .

yesterday and departed for their old this afternoon. Mrs. 0. P. Lfldns, Mr. J. E. Goodrich a prominentreal ; 1IIIIIIIIIIIIIIfllllllllllllllllilltlllttllillllllllllllil 111111I11III11I
Kentucky home. Recording Secretary.
estate man from Peora, 111., and
r Mr. W. H. Stroud and wife
B. of Peru,
Mr. and Mrs. Mathew Henderson!' G. Holworthy son, of Augusta Indiana, came to Orlando from Tampa -
who have been guests at Duke Hall, Georgia, are looking over citrus by auto last night and will spend
fruit lands with a view to becoming The
took their White
departure yesterday for Florida horticulturists. the night in the cityand will go to Big Store
their home in Columbus, Ohio. They Jacksonville this morning, from
__ have a trade on for lands in the west
part of the county. whence theywill go home.
Mr. Gilbert D. Leach, Mr. Hewitt iI! .
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Hill and son, all of Tampa, arrives Tomorrow night at the Lucerne I I Mr. and Mrs.: Frank T. Harrington -
in the city by auto last night and I who r
have been
Theater, the Mendelssohn Club will pleasant win te
after dining at..the San Joan, proceeded present that instructive Cantata, residents of Orlando, leave for their NEW GOODS [ARRIVING DAILY
on their journey to Eustis. Joan of Arc. By attending you will home in Glens Falls, N. Y., today. -
please yourself, please the club, and Their friends in this city will be gladto \ -
Good morning, have you had you do the musical organization of Orlando know that it is their purpose to
cup of Maxwell House Blend? I a good service. return next fall. The Sentinel willbe
I a weekly visitor to their northern
= I home. .

LMIIIIIMMIMMMMIMMIiMMiiMMMMIItttllllttFOR GOOD WORK MULES

Quite a jovial party of tourists was
in Orlando for a short stay yesterday Mendelssohn Club Choral
morning enroute to Tampa, from For Sale by
which place they will take a boat to
'Galveston, Texas. They had madean APPEARING IN -- --cE2 J .

auto trip from Youngstown. Ohio, H. G. HarperSouth
in a Cadillac finding the roads as a '

. .. : COOL COMFORT I party whole were in pretty Mrs. good Martha shape.Scoville In and the Hnghy St. Phone 534 Joan |of Ark Cantata i

I Messrs. Cecil and Bertel Evans. They .
White Serge, Palm Beach and i join the rest of their party at Tampa = .. ASSISTED BY -....j
Mohair Suits. Swell line of and proceed on their tour of the Hauling of all kinds, and plow MRS.. A. R. HAILE MISS IRENE !MURRY ,

Flannel Trousers South. ing carefully looked after. %-f. MR. CESTIA LAWTON

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SCRUGGS & DICKSON I "Jack Johnson," the faithful watchdog and chorus of forty voices c

The Men's Outfitters at J. B. Magruder's livery stable GIVE US A TRIAL DIRECTION OF PROF. H. I
STANLEY
on Court street, was run POPE
nor tI But SckafMr a.4 liars OotldiffHli
over: and killed byan auto- -
mobile in front of the
Sentinel office -
,. '.. Manatee has organized a stock LUCERNE THEATER APRIL
'" last
\;'-- night The machine was running 11TH
company capitalized at $50,000 for .
some. Jack was a great favorite ""I FRIDAY NIGHT
the purpose of manufacturing crates. ietl; ...
and every one connected with this office 8:30 O'Clock

especially the night force, will Prices 50 and 75 Cents Seat Sale Thug at
Estes'Sentinel
miss him.Maxwell. LOST-Diamond horseshoe pin. Find I
.' .' r > er please return to San Juan Hotel ,
'>r., *'f. and claim reward. 9-4t IIIIIIIIMIMIIIIHMMIIMIIIIIIiHi
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' i.",. House Blend, the world' -
'.. best coffee served free t }
day
every a
FOB RENT Furnished, cottage ads
my want bring quick results.
The Pure Food Store. on Lucerne Circle. Jas. A. Knox.


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:i ClOrAND'JJVr'STOCK'- J BU'SIN'EB -I.o-o'S T BaS"CLASSmBD ,Wanted-The" ,public, to know. that :
SCHOOL FOR CORN CLUB BOYS ,the Keystone Hotel under the' new H
I Business Boosters (classified adver-I management will be, kept open all .
Y 10 o'clock summers and reduced : .?. '
1 tl.--1It.t)1reeeivedafter : : 'rates; will be !
F midnight, wfll be run in the"Too Late :made during the,somser .....)' I :
Beginning December 15th, 1913 and :to Classify" column., .4-8 3t :Ethel.McMakin.,
Ending December 20, 1913. ]1 Boosters'of ive'bnes;'or'less-tp _,= .J
The College of Agriculture of the :roms; 80 words:=one J "
I cents three times 50 cents one week C .1 to.OOOBnick Users
University of Florida will offer a (six dairy and;one :weekly editions) ;
'special course in Field Crops and Live ,$1.00; one month, ,$3.00. MRITHIIG I ;
Stock of one week:for the Corn Club ,
BUT.a lot in Thornton Park, nice
in the a
4 who win Scholarships -IN-
Boys suburb in east part of the .city. Carl I

County The assembly Contests.'room, class, rooms, Jensen. 1 i Every One a BUICK BOOSTER
FEEDFOR ;
and laboratories of Agricultural: ,Hall OAK HILL is the beautiful.su1Hiivis- !I
: ion to the Nertheast of the city and I .
will be thrown open and the facilities I[ still 'nave some choice lots there. t
of. the College of Agriculture.will be Carl Jensen. -
available for the Special School The I
instruction will be especially suited to Wanted-Spare .books,- magazines, '!

these,boys., etc.Room and Shanibarger's Library. Free 4-3 Reading d3t-wlt LIVE( STOCK !r
Arkansas and Oklahoma have held
I
WANTED '
: position as 'manager,
several Schools for Corn Club boys 'I
caretaker and collector for non-
i ODD
;$ and all have been highly commended. resident property owners. By man of LAUBACH I II
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Expending money for training boysin experience who can give it close at-
Ja better farming seems most wise tention. Address. Collector, Sentinel -
I and every county will want to devote 4- I The Grain Man.
.
,. t part of their prize money for Scholar- WANTED-Old Minion resilvered, kink Street 'fie BUICK"24Then
ships in this Special School for Corn making them as good. new.- New 18 .
Club Boys:;, It is expected-that from ones made to order by the latest improved .
French process and damp
three to five (or more) Scholarshipswill '"
i proof backing put on them. Send J
: be offered by each county. Thecomingtogether postal, name and address to H. A.
of-boys,from many BoTston, and I Will call and take your,:i
counties of the state will be of im- order. Mar224mFOR .' is a certain prestige that owning your own \, .

mense'benefit of itself. Visiting the SALE-New seven-roon house,,1I I Oscar Hand \ motor car gives you in your community.
College of .Agriculture, and the Experiment ",with all .I modern I ,improvements.
Station'alone will be worth I $3,000Wfll take automobile in part &Son i
Address Owner, Sentinel There is a certain satisfaction
: pay care knowing you
the with \
the,trip and coming.touch L
.
many1.different ihtsructon,' including WANTED.' SoeeeMon to E Hand : own a car that will take you anywhere and bring .. ;
men from the United States Department City lots in'exchange for Upright I i
:of Agriculture, will add still p1 no. Used lest than two months.l FULL LINE ,OF ,COM- i you back. It is this quality of dependability which

',._ further- to the benefits and pleasuresto I. .6t Lock Box 144, Orlando. I PLETE NISHINGS HOUSE FUR.- --- I has put 110,000 Bulcks on the road, and it is this i
be derived.
i 'Arrangements have been made, For Exchange or Sale II I same quality of dependability: which has made
For or other property in
ministers of Gainesvillefor acreage COME IN AND SEE US
the
through Orange or Lake Counties for four every one of those 110,000 Buick users a Buick .
these boys to be cared for during dwellings in Pittsburgh, Pa. "Houses l _
the week of the school in',the homes;: hinging good rent. All modern booster.
,, of the members oi!.the.various church- ars. can 3'Mdrees be handled separate""' build-\\
tIiecL f; "-
ei The necessary expense for each F. JOSEPH/RAEHN, I The Buick overhead'valve motor has more power '
boy after arrivingtat' Gainesville will 1m .17.17 Orlando, Fit. LI ,
be $4.00 for the Week. Mustard, I per cubic inch of piston displacement than any \.
FOR.SALE-Furniture of five-room. ",1
Florida farm boys have never had housed New and up-to-date. TIE: CIIROPOBISI I other type of motor ever buflt It costs us more
such a splendid opportunity offered Reasonable. 560 Summerlin St., between 3 ," .
them before and we predict that our Anderson and Palmer. 4-3-3t f- to make it but eosts you less to run It.
Manicure Pedicure. Shampoq
boys will work all the harder to win .
these scholarships to be offered in FOR RENT-A new eight room house Face and Scalp Massage.

the. County Contests.Ther with Chauncey all modern Holt,conveniences.601 Magnolia street.Applyto Parlor over Dickson & Ives ston 1 ROADSTERS AND TOURING CARS, $950 TO $1650, F. 0. B.
$ are also three .state prizesof I Apr. 2-1 w ORLANDO.
corner Orange and Central Catalogue on Request.
> $50.00, $30.00 and $20.00 in cash,
offered;by H. G. Hastings and Com WANTED business business partner with, in well amanufacturing' Avenues. .r "t

Seedsmen, Atlanta, Georgia.
pany, established trade. Need more capital .
: : The State Champion Boy also will and will take partner or will make a J. ,
receive a free trip to Washington, D. stock company with $15,000 to $20- Cook '
.> C., 000 excellent capital condition.Plant up Address to date and Manu-in : FRANK HYERS Automobile Co.

facturer, in care of Sentinel tf Manufacturer of Artificial

"Fine night," said Smithers, glanc-' For Sale-New modern residence, Stone Ornamental. Fancy Columns Work'and Orlando, FIr1daa
ing at the heavens. six rooms and bath on Summerlin :
, . ., ,
,
Will sacrifice for sale.
avenue. quick h -'" "
"No, replied the Boston girl, "you Livingston and Railroad
Apply 306 North Orange' avenue.
Bazar.
mean inftnite.-Harper's 4-6 6t
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$40, $35 and $25 LACES $1.i5 values' at . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. . .\. 75c

COAT SUITS at 25 and 30 cent Vals at . . . . .10 and 15 cents per yard. .90- values at . . .. . . . . . . . . . . . . .> SOc

AllOver Laces, $1.25, $1.50, $3.00 and $4.00 values at 95c, .60 Bandings at . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 25c

::, ': : :$10.00 each $1.00; $2.00 and $3.00LINEN .35 Bandings .. . . . . . . .. .. .. ..... . .. 15c


40c Flaxons at . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 25c

cy : LACES 40c Linens at .. .. .. ... . . . ... . . . .. . .... 25c
$5O0ad60O

j YO';' 60c Linens at . . . . . . . . ... . .'. 45c
[ 25, 30 and 40 cent Laces at 10, 15 and 25 cents per yard. .
LINGERIE WAISTS, 50 and 35c Voiles at . . . . . . . . .-'. . . . .. . 25c

.. 35c Etamine at . . . . . . . . . . :. . . . .... 25c
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$2 .'5'0 Embroidery Dress Patterns at Cost 25c Momette at. . .. .. ,.. .. .. .. '.. ... .. .... . .. 20c

'_ , 30c Novelty crepe at . .. . . . . . . . . . . . .. 25c
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Taft Fla., April 9th.Mr. and Mrs. 1 PUBLIC AU0HOU gWHjENf 'YOiO} BUY ,
,
J. E. Tracey and daughter Clara, werevititora 1t i '

in Kissimmee last Saturday.I. . :it t, .

H. Page and daughter Edna, who -ATLfslier's -,, JEWELRYMacy
have been spending several weeks in

Taft left Monday for their home near : .. ..to.I .
Binghamton, N Y. They', made a JS. JE. Jewelry Store
host of friends while here and will

,be greatly missed.Mr. .. Invested :With .Us Is
and Mrs. Eugene White were In order to quit business will. offer my entire stock at Auction. : ';J Profitably Spent. Give Us the
"business visitors in Orlando"Tuesday. Opportunity o!Being the Source
William Riley, who has been ill for Sale Opens Saturday, April 5th ,at ZeSt and 7;30p.m.Daily 'i Of Your Supply. --- '

some time is slowly improving.S. ".,.'' Ton Cannot Judge Ue Unless
N. Clark left Tuesday for Jamestown f Until all goods are sold. E ,Yoe'See :What We Have, and

Tenn., where he wjll spend the .We ,ale, Always\,Glad To Show
.summer.J. { You.
BILLY NOON"EY Auctioneermuni
A. Hubbard from Scottsville, .
Mich., and Geo. -Ferry from Three '1 Too. Cannot Judge Us Unless,

' Rivers,'Mich., both G. A. R., veterans,, I' : .. .. Hake, or Need Anything In Our,!
1I'
left for their homes Tuesday. Mr.; .. / Line, We Are Sure We Can
-. .. .. . . . . _". .-. t . . .
Ferry is in a very bad physical con ,..- . ,.."....- .- .- -- -- .; .;.; .-. . ... . .'. . .-..-..- .- .- .- .- .- .- .- .- ..- .- ...- .- -. -. -. -. .- .- .- ... ."" ...;- Please Toe If Ton Don't Need
dition and will be cared for by Mr. Anything We Are Just As Glad

Hubbard until he reaches his desti : Y ., :",To.,Have" You Come>> Into. Our
nation. : liFY'OU y WANT THE LATEST! 1- Store. -S

Mrs. Elizabeth, Thomas was a visitor ,. OUR REPAIR WORK IS
f ."
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in Orlando last Wednesday. I 'PROMPT-AND-ACCUR.
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ATE
EVERYTHING
Mrs. Kate Newman :who has been II \.u. 1 IS

spending the winter with ,her song j II II : GUARANTEED.A11enCo..... .
THE LINE OF UP TO DATE DRY GOODS, CLOTHING, ; f ..
Winnifred Newman, left last Friday -
for Birmingham,; Ala. r* I .HATS AND SHOES. ALSO LADIES READY ,TO. ,WEAR tl

Ed Collins left last Friday for \ ...D'QF. ALL DESCRIPTIONS COME TO R _SALO '.. J:
will be
Gasper, Ala., where he engaged : : I
in the carpenter business. ,MON. SATISFACTION GUARANTEED OR MONEY :
C. A. Tompkins wife;. and grandson ,I '. .
I. H. Paige;:and daughter, spent ;REFUNDED.' ,*. "* ;i.141"u.J; .
last Friday at Formosa, the guestsof . ? JEWELERS

R.old K.friends.Harriman. transacted business ) B. Salomon Orlando Orlando Florida

in Orlando last Saturday. ( ; : ,
Miss Francis ,Dennis was shoppingin .
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Kissimmee last Friday. f"_ _". ..!?... .. . . . . . . . . . ... ..... "nnfV .- .-. .- .- .. .- "..'!- -. -. -. .- .. .. .. .. ".! .. ..-.. .- - -. '
Cramer Van Duzor;was a business l.-. IIMinillMIIIIIIIIIIIIHM

visitor in Taft last Friday. " .I:" ;....e. . _....... _. .
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Mrs. Elizabeth Warner was shopping "# a Mo. .

in Orlando last Thursday.Ed '
Sphaler made a trip to Palatka Mod.elGrQcery

last Winter.Sunday.A. L.Garden Wright. to do left some Monday surveying.for 'iRi11NOO O BANK a TRUST 1 cOMPAflCapital


Mr. Kerr transacted business in Orlando 18 West Church Street

Tuesday.Mr. ail Sirptas and Undivided Profits $"ZO.("' ."). Y-

Duncan is here from Macon, ,FANCY AND STAPLE GROCERIES. NEW AND
Ga., to act as,superintendent,for thiTTracy Total Resources over Three iarters of a Milta.. FRESH
''N velt }WorkS. *
Mr. and'Mrs. Pearl and the Misses" Report of the Condition of Orlando We Give Our Personal Attention to Our Customers and

* Pansy and Meda ,Ahik, from Winter .. _., Bank and Trust Co, Condensed Guarantee Satisfaction and Prompt. Delivery
Park were guests of Mrs. J. N. Ahikand From Report to Comptroll
Lesley last Sunday. Give Us a Trial
son 'er Feb 4; 1913 .
Lyman! 'Bowman marketed some

,fine potatoes in Orlando Wednesday. ,RESOURCESLoans Sightler Bros.
; Proprietors
Carl Sphaler, B. F. Bryan, W. G. 'r and Discounts .....$393,181.05Overdarfts ,

Sphaler, Mr. Duncan, Mr. Murphy, .............. 195153
Ed. Sphaler and D. B. Sphaler were -, Stocks and Bonds ....... 26Q1&33
Y Real Estate, Furniture and
visitors in Orlando Tuesday night.
Mrs. John Bill who has been seriously 'Fixtures ... .......... 25,853.44Cash ,

,ill for several days was takento on hand and in Banks 215,08183 TrUE .H. ,H. P., STRAIGHT

the 1 hospital,. in Orlando, Tuesday .
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$660,311.18I For: Sale at all Cigar Stores

CONWAY A' Capital Stock LIABILITIES..........100000.00 Orlando's Newest Ciga r Made in Orlando. I
#
; I1 Surplus and Undivided Havana and Florida'Wrappers \

"For now we see through a glass e Profit ... ........... 22,83133Deposits I Try One.an"d Be Convinced
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darkly; but then face to face. r 1 ... .. ..... ...... 537,4185
Mrs. Ellen M. Hill (nee Palmer) I ..
:died,at,the family residence in Con- I .$660,311.18 ,HERMAN ,H. FINDER .MTg'r
way April 2nd, 1913. She was born
South
March' 10th, 1835 in Bridestowe, I We invite the attention of our customers 212 OrangeMMMttmtttttMMMM

county oft Devon, England, and move< and friends to our statement _.h ___________
with her parents to Toronto,.Canada:. ? above and wish, to assure'them that I I DID YOU BUT ?
Later she was united in marriage to "' we appreciate, their patronage and f ; i / -

Cornelius A.,Hill who,was engaged in -Il, ask for r a continuance of same. I i OUR I I overheard a prominent hardware
large and extensive mining busIness Don't forget'that our deposits are dealer say this morning to a prom!..
in,Dayton, Nevada, where they -=-ipi+ 1 .. Insured ske CreamNEW : nent citizen of Orlando, I could have
"' -r--- bought land at I$2.60 and $5.00 but
presided.until, .-his.sad- ,and. tragic death.11ter A cordial invitation is extended to I did not do it
\... a few.years she came with- her visitors in our dty to call and open At the time he referred to I sold
two sons- to' Florida- and entered upon ,i Valid Stales GeveneMat.Slate and County.......,. an account with us. I for an Orlando man several hundred
9 acres of land in Orange for
county
ke Cream'I
the task of home trailing; so it was L
fLOO per acre, the same land is now
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appropriate that she should be laid to -_ 0.. ".,." - 0, ..., .'- ........ .. .. ..... JJIIW. ,IS 1 sold in 10 and twenty: acre tracts for
rest in the peaceful, quiet of this little I $30.00 per ,acre, .and is cheap, at this
cemetery,wHere'loving hands can tend : ------ pricej. ,
ke Cream What were the Orlando people tray-
her grave. in*at that time Gold mining stock.
Dr. Rickert of..>Orlando- ,. conducted. MADE 1 I- .If you had bought.land,'you could
,the funeral service and ,sorrowing SLEMbN.ST 1 figure, your profit" You knew sometime
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( 'M. ago your profit on.\the kining
friends.covered the mound with beautiful ke Cream ,:1 .stock without having to'figure on it.
.
floral offerings.In 'I:" 1 If you ;:have: not yet bough Mine
the closing days of her life she FROM : i Orlando 'or Orange county property,

exhibited the same high courage.that ... .. :{ ': profits there .is,' and still, opportunities for' large
marked her eventful life. She wu ke ,.Cream 'I'can\an leansomething that will

most devoted to her family and Our .New Spring .Stock, is ,Coming In ,. REAL make you money but your gold' mining .
friends, -so it was consoling that her stock will not' buy. It.

'last days' were attended by the mOlt And we will ou a Choice Saleetlea of RIP CIuI Goo lee. Cream I Call and see me.CARL JANSEN,
and affection. She
love
devoted wu
GOOD Office over Dickson" A Ins, Orange
:. .IN DRY ALL'THI8TAPL1 AND UMDFULGOODS'as
a remarkable woman of fine characterand CREAM Avenue, Orlando, Fla.
will but with a lively sense well aa FANCY SILKS wd;FINK DRESS GOODS, ? The banks and the business men of
'of humor strong which ,made her, see the f1' HOSIERY IN SILK'LISLE,AND COTTON, and the Many Ac- ,1 ke Cream ,tnem.Orlando know me,-'if you do not, ask

bright side. Her death was beautiful ,ctSHoriei that WHIR Uv ;1 '


In'.."And' Christian now abldeth resignation.'faith, hope, charity I : BargainS Six Days; in Every Week :;; Ice ,BEST Cream: ffMllllllllillltilMMIJIE a

but the greatest of these is char

These'virtues were exemplified We carry all the time a Um itott of SHOES of the beat 'YOU'I
in her life and.death. makes and newest style.. 'KING'QUALITY 1IIN'8..8BOIS. I o E cIGaR thAT
Mrs..Hill had one brother in MexIco CRADDOCK'TERRY'S ''WOMEN: SHOES., AND..CHILD. ()r t ke CreamEVER : ,
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one sister who was present during ",REN'S:SHOES. ,NONE .,BETTER ARE. .SOLD, ,IN, THIS II '', ". ." I **fatfmt
t her last illness, two MDI.,Walte MARKET "I : 1I IVERYBflDfLlliES

J land George with their wives and :SCHLOSS BROS..FINE. SUITS FOR MEN at $15.00: $20. '' J ke. ', Cream : ,
r seven, grandchildren and other cherished 25.00 ,and 30.00 are tBSurpaned' STYLE.. FIT AND "! -
relatives. QUALITY. TASTED

LORD BALTIMORE BOYS'' SUITS WILL..BE.SURE TO HAWLEY'S
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Mrs. Louise P. Heaven started .on PLEASE YOU. ke Cream STRAIGHTS 3
1,her :journey ,home on Saturday-
a
will spend a short time with relatives AT -.1
in North Carolina. -

Mr. Saunders held services at thM. : Get the best cigar at five .
Co.
E. Church on Sunday. He is very -M. SLEMONS ; elane rue cents, the next time you

popular with his congregation.- . He want to smoke-judge for ,

resides. in Apopka. . yourself. {
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played"the the i -- Quick DeliveryWalking
Mrs. flyer organ at --- -. .. .
service and the singing was:lexceflen: 1 : r
listen
to half the
"John, you never ,Building -
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Mr. McDougal will
prejfch one Sun things I say to you," she complained.
day of each month at the Baptist "Well, dear," he replied, "i have UNDERTAKER. ARMSTRONGThe Phone 2 : Made in Orlando and sold A
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church.Mr. all
.I by dealers.
work'pa t of the time.w--Chicago
and.Mrs. Zapp of Apopka, and to Record-Herald. ARTISTIC PICTURE FRAMER of Orlando MMtlltllMMIIIMIMMISubscribe I II
Mr. and Mrs. Slaughter of Orlandowere 'I
PINE STREET .l
callers at the home of Mr. and J. 1 iMMIIHIHIIIIIIMilMiiI
Mrs. L. Garrett Advertise in the Sentinel for the Sentinel



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IDTERMINATJNG
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u Lour C. Mauey, President -
In the closing hours of the New Jersey
T. PMM Widow, Y1It.rnI. I Wife In. OvUv Legislature a resolution was explained ,
Ji ImN 0. BtWotk, All 1 Onfckr aarul A.ItwtI!.All"$Cunbh6 as serving notice on the lobbyists I ..
who hang around the StateHouse ,
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that their r ,...
''t. ways must be Im- 7 ,
{ THESTATE proved next winter or a law forbidding
them to come within "shotgun"diltance
of the State Senate wouldbe ,
passed. Just now the Governor of
I IB
f BANK New York is trying to keep out of the

State Capitol a political leader who () I N fJ' ERE S T
enjoys national notoriety in the man- 40
ipulation of legislation and politics.In ( ) INSTEAD OF
I
most of the 40 Legislatures in session -
l of Orlando this year the lobbyists have
; either been denounced on the flooror If you have a savings' account which
have been forbidden earns only four per cent either call,
.t. to make their telephone, or write, and we will glad-
appearance in the legislative halls. ly how the
explain same money can
r THE OLDEST BANK IN THE CITY They are usually a lot of cheap hire earn five per cent and probably more.

lings of corrupt interests who
are
AND- there for no purpose except to cor-
THE[ PEOPLES.[ NATIONAL
rupt the action of the representativesof l BANL
the The
people. lobbyist has
no
The Bank which transacts more business than
more standing than the jury briber. During April we offer City of Orlando
i any Bank between Jacksonville and Tampa Five Per Cent Sewerage Bonds at par,
for cash or on easy payments
MERIT WELL DESERVED.

;. The large patronage of this Bank has been built upI I
The. young ladies of the Cathedral CONDENSED STATE IENf AS RENDERED TO
UNITED
during twenty years by conducting its business on sound School are rejoicing over the splen- STATES
r COMPTROLLER APRIL 4TH, 1913
banking principles with careful attention to the legitimate did success which met "Memories of
k. By-Gone Days," the delightful concert RESOURCES LIABILITIES
wants of customers. The confidence of the publicis recently given by them under Loans and. Discounts .....U29.848.68 Capita ...................50.000.00
Bonds ..................... 22.637.60 Surplus ................... 10,000.00
reuected in the large amount of deposits. the directorship of Mrs. Cobb. Not Furniture ud Fixtures .... 1.193.41 Circulation............... 17600.00
Cub and fa BaDb ........ 76.UO.ll Deposits ..................
Average deposits First Quarter of 1913, $900,000. only were they requested to repeatit Expense .................. 1,469.56 157,684.98
but a large audience greeted themon -
I both evenings, and the sale of 1135.tlUe 1131.184.1'

tickets brought them fifty dollars Deposits November 26, 1912 .. .. .........$ 79,849.92
u : :
; FOUR PER CENT PAID ON SAVINGS ACCOUNTS towards their much -desired tennis Deposits February 4, 1913. ... .......... 128,884.60

k -*f>. t.. : fy \ court. Deposits April 4, 1913 . .... . . ...... 157,68t98
fc... N
Photographer Robinson took a You are Invited to open your account with the Or-
flash-light of the singers at the close lando which Is under the supervision of the Comptroller of
:; I Our correspondent banks are located in every part of the Currency of the United States of Amerla.
of Tuesday night's performance, and
the world and Include some of the largest Banks in they this group of pretty faces and dainty ... .
costumes made a picture long to be
United States t ."W:? < > 1 ,_
treasured as a memento of the happy -
occasion.
t IliilMlilMIIIIIHIIiilllii IIIIIMIIMIIMAYERMURPHY. .,
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GRETCHEN'S GARDEN DR. GEISEL A STRONG ADVO (
CATE OF "VOTES FOR .

; In the quiet of the early morning, Die swelling buds are turning pink WOMEN." .

a wedding, especially beautiful for Upon the apple tree; -
its simplicity, took place in the Roman The merry little bobolink Mrs. Mahlon Gore, at the meeting
Catholic church yesterday, when Gives her evening concert .free of the Equal Suffrage League yesterday -I
Father Michael Fox, assisted by morning, read extracts from I

_y Father Mavin, S. J., of Tampa, read I The daffodils are in full bloom, a letter received from Mrs. Meddiel ,
the impressive marriage ceremony In the little flower garden, 0. Hamilton, in which the APOPKA.
x for Miss Catherine Murphy and Mr.I I The violets laden with perfume, 1 mentions the helpful work being done \
t Sylvester J. Mayer. Tulips are bringht as "Dolly Var1 1 by Dr. Geisel for the suffrage movement -
r The church had been artistically den." At the recent Chautauquaheld I Apopka, Florida., April 9, 1913.-
decorated with lilies, smilax and in Tallahassee, Dr. Geisel de- The Eldre ge building adjoiningthe -rn COMPLETE
.palms, by the Sisters from St J 0- The buds all promise flowers, livered a strong address, taking as Seaboard' Air Line depot has been STOCKOF
seph's Academy and as it began to Along the garden wall; her subject "Why I Believe in Votes I leased for the offices of the Apopka

fill with the friends of the bridal As soon as the April showers, for Women." Publishing' Company.A .
party, the sweet voice of Miss Irene Help them grow strong and tall. weekly newspaper, will be pub-
Murry was heard in the Ave Maria." SHY ON REGISTRATION lished as soon as the machinery can
it Mendelssohn's wedding march was There is a little human flower, be installed, the name of which is
used and the bride entered with her Working ever among the plants; Complaint comes to this office by still under consideration. Spring
father, Mr. John Murphy, meetingthe The sweetest bud within the bower, several men who are qualified voters The American Realty Companyare
groom at the chancel rail. Their But she looks at me askance. under the laws of Florida and who desire erecting a saw mill on Third
only attendants were Miss Serena to vote at Saturday's election on street between the tracks of the Con- Styles

: Mayer, as maid-of-honor, Mr. JohnJ. And to my pleadings answers, "Nay," the proposed commission charter, thatno sumers' Lumber Company and the
Guinn, who came from New York I only love my flowers yet, I provision has been made for vot- Atlantic Coast Line railroad. They .
City to act as best man, and Messrs. 'Won't you please go away. ers to register and consequently these will operate a wood yard in conJunc-

Earle and Walter Mayer, ushers. Mr. I wish,.,to come, you would forget. men are prevented from casting their tion.The
Lawrence Lawton served at the al- vote on important- measure. American Realty Company are
Her wish I cannot obey, There are many residents who were cutting some new streets extend- FASHIONABLE
;: tar.The ceremony was witnessed by; I love the little darling so- not qualified to register last fall who ing Third, Second and First and ex- ANDMCOM1NG
a number of relatives and friends, I am there again next day, are qualified now. tending the avenues running north,
a' who were taken from the church to Watching her, and her flowers No doubt this was simply an over- Park, Highland, Darby and Railroad
"Shenley Place," the pretty Murphy grow! sight as there certainly is no desire with a view of placing adjoining
f home, about two miles south of the AUGUSTINE C. DAVIS. to disfranchise any body.CEMENT. I I property on sale at an early date.
} city. Here they were seated at a April, 1913. o This community is.hampered'great- Straw
daintily appointed table on ,which PAVING ly by lack of labor. Many improvements -'

quantities of pansies, violets and asparagus MRS. McCULLOCK HOSTESS.A are held up ,for want of men. _
.. > fern had been most effectively The Sentinel has talked with a num- In a match game of base ball be- ,
used and served to delicious. prettily arranged card party ber of men well versed in street improvements tween the High Schools of Apopka Hats

c wedding breakfastThe was given last night by Mrs. GeorgeE. who say that concrete and Winter Garden today, Mallory
bride wore an exquisite wedding McCullock and the invitations for roads are much, cheayer, much' better Welch, one of the Apopka players,
dress of all-over embroidery, it included twenty of her neighbors, and much more durable than brick.A broke his arm. He was taken to
h trimmed with Irish Crochet and her who spent the evening playing "five gentleman from Warsaw, Ind., Christ Sanitarium at Orlando.
t "going away gown" of brown pan- hundred.1 says that they have tried it and it The game was called off. Scoreat
:; ama cloth was 'very becoming. Miss The supper which followed ,the has proven satisfactory. A man.from close was five to nothing in favorof
Mayer was attired in a gown of white games consisted of delicious creamed Illinois, gives the same verdict It Winter Garden. Brown & LartigueGENEVA
lace, touched with pale blue satin;. chicken, nut bread sandwiches, olives will be well for our city council to
Mr. and Mrs. Mayer left on the and coffee. investigate this well.FAVORITE. LUCERNE THEATRE TODAY.
noon train for Palm Beach, and were Mrs. McCullock used roses and nas-I o

k escorted to the depot by a jolly crowd turtiums in decorating and, as always TODAY Three reels of first class pictures.
I of friends, who sent much rice, a* entertained her guests most 3 Reel Program 3 I This is a surprise program for our
well as innumerable goodwishes fly- delightfully. The Skeleton .. ......... .. Powers! patrons. Pictures that positivelyhave JOTTINGS. PattishaU, of this place.
Ing after them. Drama never before been shown in Or- I The stork visited the home of Mr.
Among the guests coming from a ATTENTION LADIES. Animated Weekly .. .. .. ..Universal lando. I and Mrs. Carroll Culpepper on the
distance were the sister of the bride,i EducationalThe Matinee 3:30 to 6 p. m. Rev. Al. Hope is conducting a series evening of March 25th and left to
Miss Mary Murphy, of Pittsburg; I These are the days for you to make Border Parson .. .. . Nestor Night 7 to 10. of protracted meetings at the their care a fine baby girl.
Mr. R. J. Berran, New York City; daily visits to the millinery parlors Drama Entire balcony five cents to all. Methodist Church.Mr. .
)Ir. and Mrs Wm. Murphy, Denver of Misses Hamilton & Dunn, north This fine program should be seen Lower floor ten cents. and Mrs. Marsh and sons, Ar Twenty-five schools at Baltimore
x Colo., and Mn. T. Twomey, of I Orange avenue. Read their adver- : to be appreciated. thur and George, left last Tuesday have been named by the pupils attend
' Tampa. I tisement of bargains in today's Sentinel I Open 2 to 5 and 6:45 to 10 p, m GRAND THEATRE. evening for their northern home in ing thtm. The schools had been
and you will see that it is to Admission 5c to all. Valols, N. Y. nameless, but lists of three names
DANCE AT THE ROSALIND. your interest to call there today. Don't forget the "101" Ranch Mon "Army Target Practice Lubln- Lumber is now on the ground, for were submitted and a voting contest
military. the erection of the Flab
r 1 day and Tuesday. Geneva &
"Will Willie Win Lublncomedy"Jan I held. Nearly every name chosen was
r The ladles of the Rosalind Club The Plaza Hotel at Miami will soon Mercantile Company's new store. euphemistic, evidence, according to
c have arranged an Informal dance to be enlarged by the construction of an 11 I Mr. Geo D. Parker, of Riverside, Vector's Daughter, Edison Mrs Patterson and two daughters, the Baltimore American, that the
take place at the club rooms this addition that will contain one hun ; Col., arrived In Orlando last night comedy-drama Misses Bessie and Irene, who have girls had the franchise when the balloting .
( No. 13 showing
"Pathe's
t evening dred rooms The addition will cost I Ille! is a guest of the San Juan Weekly, burt visiting relatives here, have returned was held. But can the conclusion
of interest from all
latest news partsof to their home at Tunnell
Hill,
about $30,000 and will be three Tories I civilized world. be drawn from this that in
the
A consumer's high It doesn't take much of war to Ga.
produce Congress I a case the ladies were given the vote,
r And that the middle men rob both I come up to old General Sherman's Mrs. Roonee, of Jacksonville, I.I is a Randolph Chesterfield or a Dale
producer and consumer Subscribe for the Sentinel.. I I well-known plans and specifications.I Subscribe for the Sentinel. I I visiting her sister and family, Mrs. Darrington would be president

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SACRIFICE-DRESSERS, WASHSTANDS, SIDE BOARDS, ROCKERS, IRON BEDS, SPRINGS, MATTRESSES, RUGS, CARPETS AND MATTINGS-NOTHING RESERVED.

;j'j'I HAY EABOUT FIFTY ROLLS OF MATTING REMNANTS WHICH 'WILL BE SOLD AT FIFTEEN CENTS PER YARD AS .LONG AS THEY LAST.


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