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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 11, 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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; VOLUKONI ORLANDO, FLORIDA, FRIDAtf, APRIL 11TH, 1913. NUMBER 62.

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'foR PROPOSED, LEGISLATION SERIOUSLY RETARDING .- ERAL WEAK SPOTS ARE PASSAGE SOMETIMES NEW YORK SATURDAY VERY BAD-CLEVELAND-

BACKED :BY ORS TRAFFIC. REPORTED.Special NEXT WEEK. AFTERNOON
CHICAGO GAME WAS .
G 1azATlON8. 8pedaI to tat Seatind. to the Sentinel Special to the Seottaa.Washington Special to the Sentinel

t(i 'Tallahassee, April 10.-Real :work Omaha,, Nebt April 10.-One of i Memphis, Tenn., April, 10.!-A : D. C., April 10.-So New York, N. Y., April 10.-The to the POSTPONED.Special Sentinel .

will begin in both houses of the State the heaviest snow storms ever knownin. i slight rise today occurred in the confident is Majority Leader Under steamship France bearing the bodyof New -

,LegUktare today, according to the .the West hu been raging for eput' I flood districts in the northern part wood of the House Ways and Means the late J. Pierpont Morgan was York, April -Under adverse -

predictions of both Senators and Representatives thirty-sue ,hours and tonight, of the city. This was due to breaks''I Committee that the Wilson-Under reported by wireless today to be about weather conditions and with -A

'. made, as they,assembled: are from six to twenve inches of wet made last night in several places in i wood tariff bill will pass the ,house four hundred and fifty' miles east of corresponding the effect on the attend
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once, playing
.for the third day 'of the. session.' I I snow on the ground, which is seriously the' levees. Arkansas residents are that*he sent a majority report of, the Sandy Hook at early seven and is, American and National seasons of the

Many ,bills will .be cast' into the. interfering with the, railroad now preparing to clean up the flooded I committee to the printer today. The due at her pier Saturday afternoon. opened today. Leagues R

hopper during the day. traffic at aU points area as soon as the flood subsides. report includes the bill as drafted by Soon after the arrival of the e The nation's Chief
Executive
; The snow is melting rapidly and Situation tonight along levees in Arkansas )Mr. Underwood with the Wood-
Both House and Senate began to ,president's France as is possible,. the body of Wilson
row honored the pastime a
river and creek in the Missiuri -
day's session at 10 o'clock. every and Mississippi still reman consent Mr. Morgan will be borne to the
is brim full The Missouri by his presence It the game at the
On account of. the feeble condition valley running serious. I The report won't be ,submitted,of. Morgan library in east Thirtys'street. National
here rose over two feet last No further break had occurred to 1 ficially until week from next Mon Capitol
of Senator John C. UEngle, he has !t I a and will remain there until .
Only one of. the American
been permitted to have a secretary night v a late hour tonight, although several day, until the proceeding Saturdaycaucus the funeral services at St. George League game : 5 '
was postponed, Chicago vi
: lit with him during the' fUI ODS., He I weak spots are expected hourly to i!'[ which was held yesterday will church on Monday. There Will be Cleveland, but the National
ft. :.:has secured the services of Mr. S. LITTLE- CHANCE LEFT TO CAP give way. !Debate the bill behind closed doors. no lying in state and only the immediate Leaguewas

f Trantham, of', Tallahassee a younggentleaan TUBE ROBBERS. I Scores of refugees were brought I!I All opponents of the bill as it now family will be permitted to grounds really necessitated only half opened the as wet

:' '". ''who, is taking: a great intereat -- ,Into the city from Arkansas and be-ji[stands will be given an opportunityto view the body. of two postponement ,
contests
Special to the Scot..._ cared for the talk. Pittsburg at v ,
ing at refuge
r. in the)large ,amount of questions camp.
.that will 'receive the consideration Rome, Ga., April 10.-Posses "are 1 The water covered area in Arkansesi I The; earthenware and metals ached THE STORY OF JOAN OF ARC. Cincinnati and St. Louis at Chicago

of the genial doctor. The experiences still trailing the robbers who dyne and being cared for at the refuge ules were discussed today, but Mr -
't mited the Bank of Commerce at Sum II ,The water covered Underwood easily quelched all objections National League.
<,. gained in his present position camp. area on Gaul's beautiful cantata
; to be given At Philadelphia-Brooklyn
with in 11
mervflle and escaped $3,000 ;
will; be of treat assistance to. Arkansas extends over five hundred ,to the' bill as drawn. by the Mendelssohn Club this .
evening Philadelphia, 3.
:'" Mr. Trantha"aboeld he ever be:honored cash and $800 in 'stamps. I thousand acres.BUFFALO'S i! While no ,official, action was takenin has for its theme the At New
thrillingand York-Boston 8 New
had ,
Pursuers thought they scar ;
y the voters of Leon county to the House, the caucus on dividing
by ,
cued I inspiring story of the "Maid of York, 0.Pittsburg.
I the thieves and confidently
; represent them in the 'Senate. the bill was practically settled by Un- "
STREET CAR STRIKE Orleans, and in addition to 'the historical
Pa.
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this I. April 10.-The
expected at daybreak ,
game
capture i derwood and other leaders that the _
The legislative board of the Broth ,
4. facts, is entwined with a pretty between Cincinnati and
but found that the Pittsburg
morning,
quarrye1udtdthem
bill will
;,,.zerhood of :Locomotive. Engineers, in Ayccfel. to the gtrfrvti be passed as a whole with legend of the love of a peasantfor was postponed on account of rain.
>iwBpo ed of, Mewrs.,S., M...Campbell, had the night The Buffalo, N. y, April 10.-Thestrike -separate bills for sugar and wool Joan.
chase is_ being kept up in a half- ', situation in this xThe Finance Committee St Louis, Mo., April 10,-Weather
4 f| Jacksonville; chairman; W.. F, city is fns through The Cantata with chorus conditions
opens a the
8fceil y of' Sa&fori, "eretary; S. C.Honaldflon hearted manner fa the"rocky country :reaching a most critical stage. Ne- whom the tariff bill must pass before of youths and maidens prevented game yes

Peaaaeola, and H.. N above Trion, but, the, chance of cap :..gotiations between the international it can reach the Senate m t'this Joan of Arc, who are, companionsof holding a Louis terday between- Chicago and St

: Webb,. of ,New. 'Smyrna, arriver in tore seems to be lessening. >Railway; Company and the strikingemployees afternoon and decided to hold nofurther May Festival Joan comes, but hear :American League. vr

Tallahassee aid;fa the passage of H """ I[1 1ANOTHER t< were blocked today when hearings ,on the tariff bills. ing the call to serve her At
country, refuses Boston-Philadelphia .
:FINE HOME COMPLETED 1 the principals failed to reach The committee took 10; Boa.
aeveraschedules.
legislation affecting the interests of 'I an ; up' ;) even the pleading of her lover, ton, 9. .

t ,the, engineers.. Representatives, of :\' i agreement on terms under which the Philip, to remain and join ''in the I At Washington-New York,
men could return to work and the'strike 1;
the Brotherhood of Railway Train } tR- merriment, Joan, clad in armor, and New York; 1, .
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1 Ben'are" also expected be-on;hand.. .Mr.' James/ll Giles, who has had]'i I leaders say the fight will be THE POPE'S CONDITION followed by ,* few faithful friends At St Louis--Detroit 1; St Louis 3-
'ia,work forthe paesigd of a full crew, many good houses built'in OrlandodUring' j kept up. and the ever' constant*'Phflipjs Journey At Cleveland-rNo '

: 'bill,,fa'which'"they wfll f have "presentSeaator the"past' three/yeara, is :j stJ 11 A sympathetic strike on the part Special to the Sentinel to Orleans, and is victorious;ov er : :wet grounds.. game. with Chicago

: el', '! apletinsplendid, : ,modern residence of every union man in Buffalo is considered ', Rome, April 10.-The Pope .showetimued.improvementr..during the English and Burgundian forces.Other .
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a .. H."L-McCw ytht. wa1..i 6n.eas Jacksoi..street thastwi ll''\ probable, ,if nbt,faevitable.! the I! victories follow the hour ,. 1\
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Bent editor' of, ,the Gainesville Daily I be one, of, the best in that portionof I I This :would mean that a complete, last twelve hours and his conditiontonight 1 I reversal arrives. At Compiegne; the LETTER FROM"'BUCKEYE

,San is. one,; of, the busiest, members Of, i the city.. j tieup of'practically all business lines is said to 'be much betterthan I French are compelled to retreat FRIENDS =

the' Senate, While he never comes' Mr. ,Giles is. one of the progress 1 of the city.President. at any time since Monday, according Joan is captured by the Takento i .:!-
i to/the7cpital'; !& n'1rith'- measure five;citizens of Orlando'who has Seen Maldrum of the Chamber to information 'in official bulletins enemy.
Rouen she is Wilmington Ohio
tried, condemned, April, 7.-Fifty-
: *,:la soon .gets,,familiar .with all very successful' in handling bi gin I of Commerce tonight called on issued from the Vatican for and lead to the stake for execution.The five:miles north-east from Cincinnati

the :,proposed legislation. and' his inAtteace grade real, estate His specialty is j the officials of the company to make' state chancery and diplomatic corps. youths and maidens We left beautiful
} echoing your city Wednesday
Ii often sought by those who building good homes which, attract :some decided effort to end ,strike At ten o'clock the Pontiffs .tem
the
I I j song of May, are rebuked by the at 10 a. m., March 26th, for our
have pet means to present northern people of means who want! which has already cost the businessmen perature is reported as beinglni ety.1 1 I
home in
villagers and Philip, who tells them Ohio. We had been apprised
Many needed improvements havebeen & bring their families to''the cibeautiful ty 1 1200000. ,nine and he was able to take'
I some the' sad of of a flood
sequel ere started
history that we north
but
and, enjoy: the real good 1 i Mr and Mrs. J. Paige Laughlin of .after.1 I has
made, around the ,capitols since nourishment during the late passed into ,fame.SANFORD oh, what a bifference between
s :the last session. The'new buildingfor .things of,life.. Leesburg, Virginia, will arrive earl Y'noon and evening. what it our
\ guess was and the .
: realization.I
the 'use of'the. ,Supreme Court, Mr. Joseph Rider is the contractoron 1 next, week to visit their parents, Mr.: Dr. Andrea Amici declared today do not have language to
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x'aad' the Raflroad Commission.wfll be this ,job i and has done good seri: i and Mrs. James Laughlin, Jr., at.that he hoped by' next week Pope PAPER FACTORY. you the calamity that has convey befallen to

} completed early :fa .the seaner,. the vice. .' j at their beautiful home in ZellwoocL Pius X would be convalescent south-western Ohio. We
.capitol' building has received a pew I They will also visit Mr. and Mrs.1 An entirely contrary opinion, however Mr. Geo. D. Bishop, representative four hours late.came,to Cincinnati -
Could
coat of paint,:aiid the lawn serroB&dk'iaf -,SPECIAL PRIZE GIVEN BY THE! James Laughlin Third, at Virginia is expressed by some of those of the Crown Columbia Paper Cox ,- get into the Union and not
Depot had
,
: the capitol .ha* .been replanted, SOUTHERN FERTILIZER i Heights. I immediately surrounding the ,Pope, payn, which is about to open a factory to stay in Cincinnati two days we and '

h...dte.;ttany' other,; improvements, COMPANY. who depict the situation as gra ve. and distributing house at Sanford nights ere they were' able to rue
.whkh 'to, complete the attractive."MM They assert that ; was in Orlando yesterday. Mr. A
go THE HIGH COST OF SHOOTING. I an examinationmade train over the B. & 0. R. R. :
'of, the "aarroandfagt.The Alfred H. Link, .contestant in the' .- by a specialist showed the presence Bishop says their plant will be ready Only two roads in Cincinnati that -J
.Sheriffs Association has, five 'Corn Club of of from for operation' by the first of June.
Boys' Orange county, SptcUl, to the Sentinel ten to twelve degrees were not put out of working order
i' dHfereat hffit coming before the Leg. had the good ,fortune bf receiving a i Newport, April 10,--Four hundred ,of albumen. The business of this company is ((1. & N. and Queen & Crescent),

',)stns They want the body to pass ton of: Corn Special Fertilizer f thousand dollars' worth of torpedoes,! The' sisters and niece of the Pope to print wrapping paper, paper bags Very beautiful weather_ hen*

'f (Uw'making: it legal for sheriffs to the Southern Fertilizer Company rofor the first to be made by the Navy Department remained with him this >morning for and newspaper print principally and, Thirty-two degrees this 6 a. and ( .

\, hire county detectives; they want per. winning special. prize that was : were discharged in New three hourLREDUCING incidentally, orange and tomato wrap. forty degrees. So m.do )
see not
you we
missionto hire jailers at a maximum given to the boy raising the greatest'' port Harbor yesterday u a prelim-j pers. The paper will come to the Sanford have to use a fan like perhaps 0) ,
you
,wage of two dollars per day; they sk amount of corn,on one acre and using )inary test of the Government-built THE COST OF LIVING plant in the original rolls and are doing in Orlando. Everything
that and be will be cut there and worked l into
jurors bailiffs allowed the company's fertilizer. I product I up looks very fine here though.

'to get a little bettor food.,, The present Young Link states that the fertil- There were seventy-five torpedoesin John Rowland has decided that all the various products they propose to planted for spring yet, but if Nothing it keeps

statute only provides one dollar tsar has proven very successful to the lot, of the Whitehead type, this noire about the high cost of 1 liv.1(I manufacture. The factory and printing n warm next week will see "garden

'per'day for this matter and very few him and that he highly recommendsit I'' each costing 533333. ing mutt stop; and adopting the language establishment will be located In" very rapidly.Oh It

:,hotels will accept hoarders at that to anybody growing 'corn. I They were built here at the Govern of ,tariff reducers he decided to the brick building formerly occupied) it we only had your ell matt

.... The'sheriffs want to take jurors So can the Sentinel, for the pro.i !I ment factory where, according to naval make a horozontal cut I by Chaie & Company for a packing) then this part of America would bf \,

'aad bailiffs to places 'where the prietor has tried it to his own sat'1$. : oAcen, the sort of manufactures Not only cheese and plug tobacco ,house. The establishment will have a very heaven. We are not prepared

aM art of a higher order, request faction and knows what "Made in : less than,the price heretofore paidto will be cut, but prices will be cut: It three power presses and all the equip to say what time we will return fe 0 -
'la that the State be Orlando" foreign makers. thatmeat of a modem .plant :
Comptroller means "
U a downward cut so radical your town but not before November
empowered to past the bills after t The ,tests were made from a tube the most confirmed free trader will approve Bishop is a gentleman of pleai next

'wards;. provided that the Circuit REPORT FROM FORT WAYNE, on the Government wharf The range it John has 'decided that, that !rag appearance and has the bearingof Wishing you abundant success, I F\

Court Judge,approvu the voucher INDIANA was 400 yards, toward the south end: full dinner pail campaign by a apolitical a good business man. We wish'am, Yours respectfully, n,
the '
_The association is against the sheriff of the harbor. new enterprise success and con.gratulate .
t | party a few yean ago wai a HENRY HILDEBRANT.P. .
salary bill and will do all they Reports come.from Mr. and Mrs. E. I I hoax and left the boys ,floundering in in Sanford upon its good for S.-If we had your climate and ''
tune
can to pre'HIta passage.E. C. Green, who have been spending the ICEBERGS'AGAIN' A PERIL. ].'the sand, so he is going to make. them getting this establishment could raise oranges and' grape fruit

L. Smith; of Voluila; A. B. Gibe winter,at the New Lucerne, and whose I : happy by making not only' the full I then our land up here would be worth {}

son, of Franklin; T. a Smyth, of home is fa Fort Wayne, Indiana, in I Special to the Sentfod. I(dinner pail possible, but will make MEETING OF THE U. D. C. i$10,000'an acre. It seems as though

Lake; W. M. ,Dowling, of Dual; P that part, ,of the city that was flooded, New York, N., Y, April 10.-Ice- such a cut in prices that, the "Ulti The'Annie Coleman,Chapter of the no part of Americans all the good
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G. Ramsey, of Alachea, and' J. A. that their fine new $1200 grand piano bergs are again adrift in the North mate*'Consumer'' can 'fill. up the cup-, Daughters of the Confederacy heldan points.

Kirkwood, bf Orange," loge been appointed stood in water to the key board and Atlantic, near the spot where nearly Aboard, find provide against the, rainy interesting session at the homeof :

i' to assist CoL F. T., Myersin hand painted china floated like wall 1,600 ,persons lost their lives when' day=the day of slack wort/and long ,Mrs.,Abernethy on Lake Eola yesterday STETSON SINGER FOR MENDELSSOHN

getting the sheriffs1 ,bill before the! street securities. Furniture looked the Titanic crashed into one last t,Paces I afternoon. The gathering wu CANTATA.TONIGHT. -

k" coauafttees for consideration.The : like drift wood, and, nicely: frescoed ,year. i* Every thing is being offered at bar. marked by an unusually large attendance The Mendelssohn 'Club has bee
the ,revision of, walls were.like the walls of .The Red Star steamer Kroonland,' ,,and a number
interest felt fa I fire cis gain counter: prices>> : and those.encumbered of important very fortunate in ,securing an, exceptionally .
the priaary laws of,the State is manifested : terns. Their friends will regret to which arrived yesterday from Ant with the'idea,of.speculation subjects were, discussed. I fine tenor soloist for tonight

,by a resolution introduced, at I hear.of their bad fortune., werp, reported'she had received'wire-!''go andbuy goods.at these cut prices i Arrangements for a program :for I. 'Mr. Herbert Seagroatt, of 'Deil - ,

the 'vrey first session of the House less information that the Russia had ant) .sell:them back, to John bye_. and I II Memorial, Day; April, 26, were made Land, who sings first, tenor with tbt '

by>> .epresentative ,Tomlin, of .Hills-I LUNCHEON AT THE TEA ROOM. sighted ice ,last week in latitude 41.16;I.bye speculation: prices.Zn . and' a vote taken'for delegates to il Stetson Glee Club. Mr. Seagroatt '.; .
'boroIeh longitude 50.14. The revenue ,cutter1Senecca be, sent, to the, State :Convention
county.NOTKB all events at '
:: ; go' around to the I just happens'to be in the city baring
Mra.W., .C. McLean was hastens for left this. port last .week, to I Cfeirch .Street.. Store .and.'t you. Live Oak, next month. As a result motored doWn with Mr. Edwin Bee- :

.,D A.- ,B. APRIL 10, W1S., a dainty luncheon yesterday noon at patrol the.' Grand Banks and, warn'.share of. the bargains whfle} .-they last of, this election, the alternates wfll II man and. has kindly.!' consented td
the.Tea Room her ships of the proximity of ice floes. be:YTSAbernetiiy,
-- guests being Mrs. ; Miss-Agnes Person sing two solos tonight at the conceit
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Tb .regI. r; .moftthly/ .meeting of Temple Mrs: Ferris,Mrs. Lawton and '"' -. o'clock. ',Tuesday, mrnning Miss Mary' Howard, and, Miss I This will be a treat :well worth hew

.the Dt. .. 1 (;af tM African Eefohflhsjd Mrs.; Grannis.' / . WEATHK REPORT. : the homes were'lighted I by'.a, large Mary:Bohmsen; thedelegites at large" ing. .

( at the. .hornet,, ..The center flowers were white.roses ...... A tsrrifc rartfaf;'Meter be g Mn. >,A... G..Branham and Miss .
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o JIJII, ;Ii\W.. '. CHreh St., and the table was,covered with a stem; 'Florida-Loeal raiss..J'rWaJ.orFri.: pta&":.tfe- meteor, ., :v' fJrI.:.*mh. "HathwtW. Maggie It is said that never in the'history
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on Sirdar at three p.'aAU tabs cloth of blue and .white; which day"nifhi. Sale y'.isle fa, north; The,..e4w,:trawW fro iae1dbe s r of Miami have bofldfag circles bees
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ti;-In recognition---I,of his'"Able,aad efdent" Lord''& ,adshaw :Magnificent Showing of

a administration of the ofiee of .
i Collector for the Port of New York, We wish.to annoance. to our triqoda, and the public generally, j .
A' 'jrominent business men, througboa! thai we have formed .,' '
a,partnership under the
New
r fee city,have banded together spy Spring Suits
Aeir respects to William Xoeb, Jr., labove firmname, for a general t .-
inner secretary to 'exPresident
loosevelt'at a banquet in his honor Real Estate and Insurance
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,at the Wdldorl-Astoria tonight and Dresses
L' In the list of those'who'have -ae- 'bwtaeaa and'are centrally located ia ground floor office at No.;
,::esptid invitation .the dinner appears
'fie.of,the most,illustrious names in' 1?8. Orange Avenue, (formerly occupied by Hamilton & Dunn .

fte world of finance. In part they Millinery), where we will be pleased to meet all ourjold friends .
ve as follows: ,' WE All SHOWING A BEAUTIFUL ASSORTMENT OF
i Andrew Carnegie; Robert Grier and to'make new.onel. SILKS AND SATINS, ALL COLORS, DRESS'GOODS
,$$6oke, President,of the Fifth.Avenue ,
Association; ; Elbert H.Gary,chairman Our.list of city and acreage property is surpassed by none, IN ALL THE LATEST PATTERNS FOR OLD AND '
.f'the board of directors of the Unit- YOUNG. WHITE CANVAS SHOES. THE DISPLAY
and we have some exceptional brgair i, COMBINE SEX Us '
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id l States Steel Corporation; Seth 'CONTAINS ACCURATE ILLUSTRATIONS OF THE
,: low,former Mayor of New York, and Lord & Bradshaw SEASONS BEST AND LATEST CREATIONS, AND
-lodman Wanamaker, a member ofae WORTHY THE ATTENTION OF EVERY ORLANDO
Philadelphia and New York de.partment .
store firm.. 17 ,S. HAKE AYE etLANW, FLIT. WOMAN CALL IN AND ACQUAINT YOURSELF
sx Mr Loeb retires from the collector- m tllimiMIMimmMIIIIMMmmmiMHIMMIILIGHT WITH THE HIGH CHARACTER OUR GARMENTS.
AND THE -
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Guggenheim interests And here -
'a another instance of public servants
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f less so well that when they step out : : to York
*rf office they step into fat jobs with&e I PATH TO PROSPERITYMerchants
corporations they have served :
chile in office.. :
The ,Guggenheims have figured in I StoreIf
.: "very rlscally transaction in sixteengears i who use Electric Signs never lose Bargain

of any. .magl tude. their way by choosing the wrong road to suc-
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'4 i FLORIDA : customers if you use'an. Electric Sign It acts .

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,iff built by the city of St Petersferg J. B. McKAY,
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tion. No matter how small his business, the Elec .* CONTRACTOR BUILDIR.AND

tric Sign is the cheapest and most effective /luew.. AI Werk.
. Work 'on' the improvements being advertising. Prices That Are u
fade on Forsyth street in Jacksonville fodaeMMBk
continued all day and all,night Phone for our Sign Designer to call and submit An Work Gaaraiteed.MHIitMIIIMIIIIIIIM. ,

Sunday without pause. a sketch.

No Trouble to Us-No Expense to You. MOTOCYCLES;:
< The total shipment of Irish pots .
.ifces from Hastings Saturday night *
Four H. P. Models $200.00
to- the,day amounted to twenty-nine:
Seven H. P. Models, 250.00
.qar loads,' the heaviest movement! Pfl ELIJAH HAND
'3 tfcoa far ,this Mason. ORLANDO WATER[ & LIGHT
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derived by each parcel of land from I 4IT'SAF
".Special. Road'and'Brid_ 18.Di trict No. the,proposed drain or canal.And_ j NffWiIN I
il tax'on the cattle of Joe Cameron Whereas, It appears from said report -rEvtii1ni A
.for.the'year 1912,' was ordered toe that each parcel of land will be: AIR PROPOSITION !
returned to him. equally, benefitted by said darin orj .,.
R Report of the sapertinUndent. of canal, and that each acre in said;
roads and bridges received and read. Drainage District should be assessedin TO ASSUME THAT YOU ARE
:Upon motion the recommendations the aura of |8.90. for the; construction -;: LACES, EMBROIDERIES 1 \
SHUTS
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therein were approved, and the super. of said drains and..keeping APPRECIATIVE OF THE VERY J
MONAS, UNDERWEAR.. r
intendent instructed to carry them into same in repair.from'year:to year.rNow HEADQUARTERSFOR .' i
effect therefore the' Clerk o!, the .HOUSEHOLD GOODS AND SCHOOL. BEST. WE ARE SPECIALISTS IN 1 j .i
Upon motion Commissioner Wood- Board of county commissioners is SUPPLIES.McCULLOCHS'. J.
'ruff was authorized to, have the ap hereby instructed to at once give Electrical Wireing and Motor I!
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proach to the Monroe Ferry put- in notice by publishing a newspaper Work
proper condition for tr veL published in Orange' county, Florida, NEWELL
'Upon motion Commissioner! Dillard for not less than two weeks prior to, ELECTRICAL COMPANY
'vas: authorised to have the abut- the meeting of the County Commissioners '
,meats of the two bridges between on the sixth day of May, A. DEPARTMENT STORE ARCADE BUILDING.' f
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Winter Garden and Oakland put in D. 1913, that the Board. of County I I CHURCH ST. . i
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with brick. Commissioners will on the sixth day I I! OPPOSITE POST OFFICE PHONE 280
Upon motion the opening of the of May, A. "D. 1913, the same being t
road from Chnluota to Geneva referred the, next regular meeting of said S
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to Commissioner Brown and Superintendent Board, hear complaints from the owner CALL and BE CONVINCED -=
Chapman to obtain bids or agent of any real estate againstthe I .
for same, and for the building of the assessment so made against said I "LOWEST .. :;\, -

bridge.The following report of the Black real Adopted estate.April, 8, 1913.' PIUCESALWAYS"I The Best is the Cheapest !

,Hammock Drainage District was presented Frank L Woodruff, Chmn.
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The undersigned persons being the Bid of Collins &; McKenzie for workin :.. BEST OF ,
'committee heretofore appointed by Black Hammock Drainage District !
a the County OentbaioR in and for declined., Paints and Wall
My Cost Mark Is : PaperTHE ;
the County of"Orange and State of The reports of the following county .
Florida,in the case of die Black Ham officers were reeeiftd",'lead and filed: i
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,mock Drainage District respectfullyreports Treasurer to county and to State; 1912 WALL PAPER IN SAMPLES ':
; unto the County Commissioners Sheriff to state and to county; PayRoll Black IS GRAND AND I WILL BE PLEASEDTO
that the 1 Mid'Co H ssioners have stale witnesses; Clerk dim.. Nigger I
SHOW THEM. ALL t
YOU
viewed all the lufc'lo be benefl ted Court; County Home; County Phy HAVE TO
by the proposed drains in the Black sician; Licenses; Polls collected; : DO IS TO TELEPHONE AND I WILL
Hammock Drainage District, and 'Supt Roads and Bridges;, Pay ,Roll 1234567890 BRING THE SAMPLE TO YOUR HOME.
have assessed each parcel of land according road camp; Certificates of Banks and
proportion as each shall'be Auditor's statement.
benefitted both those lands lying im Bills were audited and warrants GEO. A. BARKER PHONE 268
mediately along such ditch, drain or ordered drawn. If you want'anything. in the Gents' ,
canal, and those adjacent Tent, fran < -

'the eXpenses,that may be incurred .The twenty-sixth annual meeting of Furnishing Line, now is the ac : tic
thelJaHminon'bf said '
in drains
the Florida State Horticultural Society ,
and keeping same in repair from year will.be'held at DeLand, cepted Time
; to year and''they,do respectfully reniag Tuesday April '20, and lasting begin LATEST m i I S SPRiNG G MILLINERY f f
That
,port untoparr&nomble.: body: tJu'Ough.the seek There, is a movement
each parcel of land 'will be equally j on, foot_ in DeLand to windup- .
benefitted by said 'drains and that I with an, excursion to Panama, stopping H1 \[\im L ROBERTSO..NY [
each and every, acre'of land in 'said at'Coloa, Panama, Kingston and I .
,Drainage District shall 'be, assessedin {Havana. The steamer to leave Key Laces .Embroideriesand
the sum ef eight ($8.00)) dollars to West,the 3rd',of May, which will ju ::1 ,
cover the costs Dress I
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W. H.BEASLEY. work of constructing the new i
W.1L BROWNING, j Work has keen started on the hand- The. The annual meeting of the Old Set- . .
1 j some new club building in Tampa for hotel in Lakeland is progressing tlers' Association was held at the -L
B.F.'WHEELER,
the Asturiano Club Delegation, which rapidly and it will not be many Aquatic Club house in DeLand a few

Thereupon .'the following- Commissioners.order. was i i when 1 .completed, will be one of the months before the structure is com had afternoons. been ago. A big picnic dinner t II SHILTON &; DuNN
finest and scat complete club housesin prepared. by a number of "
passed' : i iu j I that city. pleted. The entire building is to be ladies and a general good time was'I '
Where, the committee appointed i of reinforced concrete with pressed enjoyed. lor I'
by the'board of County"Commissioners -j l .. \ Arts Barclay Corsets
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brick
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are in Tallahassee for the purpose of probably be, the ne=t ,on the listV ,. -. ', .
;k liP ,Entered at the pat ,offlce,.at Orlando, gating for county division. modern achievements. :Professor '\ ' : ; "
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Orlando' has no large delegationthere Yanui, o(.Rome,- has telephoned fpm "

lATMsTHI but,the.few. men who are ,there, that capital to Tripoli, and recently When :5:5:
are honest earnest'' men who will across the Mediterranean, a distance, You Choose "
DAILY -aNTTNIL present the facts to the, members of of seven hundred miles. "
the year ..i,....... ......".". .OOIIx the legislators.and Put: it up to that Whatever.renders-the' wireless. telephone ,

Months .................,. 2X0 body to give the citizens of old Orange possible,. whether it arises

Three Month ................. L25 a square' deal. *. from the old discovery that an' electric a ,Gift'QfJewelry

J;.' ew emitter fa OrUwfc. M ante per The men who are at the state capi- current can penetrate the earth
.u., D fly and Sunday.nt tal from Orange county striving to and sea, or by some new device improving

Oriaado Honlnc Sentinel eaa to food reserve" the integrity of the county on the aerial current in use, .
x .ttk in Orlando'at Cvrito A OTtaTa BookStore and protect the rights of the great such an exploit unfolds a vision of
majority against the injustice at- the .vastest possibilities for the not THEN YOU MAKE A LASTING GIFT THAT MUST

We wffl appreciate prompt complaint if tempted by Sanford, and the brewery far distant future. Perhaps too free- .' BEAR EVERY TEST OF TIME AND JUDGMENT AND

dtfrcry> not properly. side by oar carrier interests, are men whose word will ly we fall to prophesying when :we TASTE. WHEN 'rou.SELECT' FROM THE STOCK OF .

.Aderrtbinc rate ado .. funiitod on ap- not be doubted by any man who mark how many half scared whispers EVANS YOU]: ARE,SECURE. FOR HERE EVERY PIECE .
;DeatJoa. knows them. I I have been brought boldly into triumph EVEN ,
THE MEREST TRIFLE-IS
CHOSEN _
THE WHKLY SENTINEL When G. J. Strozier speaks the lawmakers ; but it is pretty safe guess BY EX. .''
'Tor Jeer. kj mO, pertafe paid" ........$LMAlina will give attention. When that' in the not remote future men PERTS WHOSE KNOWLEDGE AND TASTE HAVE WON .

'I'Dmm.. Orlaafc Florida. Bob Hyer makes ah assertion, no man will be talking by wireless from London RECOGNITION.
OAee 107 Coot Stro t. Arcade BaD IDI .
PtoM i4 will dispute the truthfulness of the to Paris, and it may be across the THE BEAUTY, THE STYLE, THE WORKMANSHIP
statement, for Mr. Hyer is not given Atlantic from New York to Liverpool ARE ALWAS THE BEST. ,
t F. SCHUMANN, Editor. .to many words, but he takes the Inventions of this kind follow the
JOSIAH FERRIS Proprietor.FRIDAY short cut to truth, and no man can rule that the first step is the hardest. EVANS' FAIR AND MODERATE PRICES ARE AS .FAMOUS .

a budge him from that. Even the They multiply in ease according' to AS EVANS' BEAUTIFUL AND EXCLUSIVE DESIGNS. .

APRIL 11TH, 1913. hard faced Forrest Lake will not dare the ratio of their progress. The first .' , ? COMPARISON ,OF VALUES INYITED.S '
meet' Bob flyer and contrary his railroad; engine made four miles per t .
statement of facts. hour. The first telephone*was 'a few :. . .
Some men think the majesty of the
CoL.J. .N. Bradshaw with. an arm yards of stout thread. The first wire ,, ,
: law is to be, assassinated with freedoom. \
/ full 'of,affidavits made by men of undaunted less sparked across a mere tunnel .of ,\ .
0 integrity ,will show the pre- the sea. The initial experiments with
election statements made by Forrest the wireless telephone give substantial
Lord Strathcona has given $5,000
Lake, and .these will photograph Mr.Lakt' grounds for believing that its
to the fond for the relief of the flood
sufferers. as a man who is unworthy of future history will favorably compare

0 belief, unworthy of trust and, confidence with the known progress made in T.U.vansthe Jeweler

and unfit to affiliate with a other departments of scientific research -
Idleness is the devil's work shop
representative body of Florida citi .
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and busy bodies are the promoters oftell

on. earth. zens.Mr. OPPOSITE POST OFFICE
0 j J. H. Lee,. than whom no mans i CLEAN UP
better advised in the affairs Orange
EXPERT REPAIRING AND ENGRAVING.
f Porfirio Diaz announces that he
will'not return to Mexico.: He cant county, and'who has weathered Many of us seem to think we have
the storms of .a half century of 'Orange too but
altogether holidays,
many
run as well as he could in his younger
days.,' county history, and who has that is a matter of opinion. In a great
0 helped bring the county out of the measure the holidays are given over

4 There is talk of making Wash dark'and gloomy days following the to rest and play. What's the matter

'., ingtoft a dry town. ,The hint 1. in- civil war, ,and again after the destructive with having a real working holidayall
S freeze, into the bright'' sunlight through' the state to be devotedto
tended, of course,. for the present
jgb-hunters: of. prosperity and assisted in cleaning up. It is now about time SILK STOCKINGS
o :i bringing the county to a point whereit for it and if such a movement could
is out of debt and has better than
Imagine the shrieks merriment be made general it would result in a

S' that would go up from the English $50,000 in the treasury. He has wealth,of good for all
k nffragists if their husbands went'on labored past the three score and ten Nature has done wonders for Orlando I

1 .V: hunger strike. mile stone' to leave this splendid now it only lacks for man to
heritage, to coming generations.M. make the most of it Everyone actu-
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0. Overstreet, who 'has sacrificed ally believes in clean streets, clean
Still, there are a good many eitisens -
,who don't care a whoop about more time and more money for front yards, clean back yards, and For Day

the money trust so long as theirredit' the good'of ,Orange county than all spick and span appearance through.out. .

Y :.at the .grocery store remains the ,Sanford agitators combined will Many people have pride enoughin
; tom, present statistics that' will be borne their surroundings to voluntarilydo and

t -0 out by the records. this very thing. But most of us

There are some advantages in .misfortune Hon A. B. Newton, of Winter Garden -! need a little incentive to start going.

usually. An Iowa man ,ties a man: of wide experience, will' Now just suppose that one day in EveningWear

to deti-mnte,wif handi.aiid.he here. present.data that will cause Mr.Lake_ the year was laid aside for a general 1 . . "
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ia prevents her"from talking back cleaning up \ r ug1 out' the state incl

at ;:hi!D. ". What will the' gentlemen, of the that every single individual did some- i
legislature to these gentlemen, in What transformation -----
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both combatants were "pink- the face of these facts?. What will be there would be. Just. think of
the proclamation published to the the thousands of beautiful and dean
: ed" in.a Parisian duel the other day,
it seemed as if somebody must have world by the law makers of Floridaas play grounds that would be created.It .
to its attitude on such ,,a presentation [ is worth it
grossly violated the etiquette of the
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k game.. of facts, as against the' 'Our Personal Guarantee..

o statements of a man who out of the OUR STATE REPRESENTATIVEThe .
words of his own mouth condemns
Fashion having decreed that skirts himself and proves himself a traitor i ito Accompanies Every Pair'Marion' e
notes
state capital news men
are to be made than '
i narrower ever,
the people who trusted him; as
A. Robinson student.So
this thousands of tion Mr. S. as a
season, women will I
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against statements of carpetbaggers he is. He is a man of sterling
lave to take '
: exercises
reducing before -
who do not pay taxes enough who will be the
they can to be qualities true rep-
hope stylish.
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2 to the salary of
pay a common con- resentativeof.Orange county. What- B. Ives
stable one month; as against a half of to
ever good,comes Orange countyout
It is laid that, an ingenious Yankee
dozen real estate speculators whose of this general assembly will be
'flu invented' a slot machine for startin holdings have been hard hit by the due to Mr. Robinson's efforts.
5 S an auto that beats an electric of railroad
workings
a as
company; elected
Mr. Lake, although, to rep-
starter all hollow. You simply put against a few disgruntled politicianswho
resent the county has turned the EXCLUSIVE MILLINERY i
PARLORS
a niekle in the slot and your engine
feel that they have not had their Benedict Arnold and will misrepresentthe .
r hums., share from the public crib; as against county.

o the brewers who will go to any limit Forrest Lake will be the most discredited Second Floor S

The Unted States,Court has upheld to drag their cursed booze back into man in the state. The man .. .
the decision' of the Florida'State.Com* rritory where an honest, sober and who deliberately'betrays the cause of ,

nerce Commission, against the. Sean industrious people have voted it out? his people or who leaves his word in

board -Air Line,:and now tit it up to Gentlemen of the legislature, you the lurch for any purpose will nit

Hd corporation to obey the law'01 I who are free from prejudice and long command the respect of the peo
,Florid jut M individuals art expect*I untrammelled ,by political trade junk; plea A PERSONAL PRESIDENT

.d to do. yon who love home, who love honesty .a.. r
f I and sobriety; you who ar in favor of Woodrow Wilson gave a nw mean-
NOT YEARS BUT WEEKS
In the election of Hon Ion Farris to preserving the character of our young Injf to the Pmldint'i Message by SERVED ,FREE

Fs the ipeakerthip of-the how the peoft mm uniulllid; you who are an in Explaining the high price of meats, appearing, person and talking face .

,. )* seared a victory. So far, on ill (important favor of teaching men the desirability a representative of the packing In. to face with the men with whom he
., measures Mr. Farris has of an unimpeachable reputation expects to work for the commonweal Maxwell
tereeti says it it wholly due to the House
lilffBfd himself with the men who for truth; you who are in favor of decreasing supply of live stock, and of the people

tad for the right of the peopl. u making the legislative halls of this'I' that "it will take six or seven years Hii Introductory word are worth

A Main** corporate power, and political splendid state of Florida something to build up the cattli-ralilng business pondering and w* give thorn ,htr*.

,' Iseea rule, more than a chinese novelty I HOp, to a point where a material reduction with! Blend

D "whire all manner of turning and of prices will be possible," "I im very glad,indeed to have this .
twisting ii done to order" to the the two howw
Thi most you opportunity) address
: persistent law broken Once ,In working order, It should
id boldnt Mhtmtri in this wid. old men of counsel; to you the young not take the new Congress more than directly and to verify for myself the THE WORLD'S BEST COFFEE

wifM, an the bowers and the boon men of war, an honeet citizenship six or liven weeks to enact a new impression that the President of the
*Hftri, their smooth tongued appeal' for a square deal not only tariff under which meets from Argen United States, ii I person, not i mere -AT-
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for Orange county but for the whole of the hailIng
Ktk dr4 iyt l. department government,
< pw Afifrd, rep tins and Australia could be enteredat
njMtativ of loo morals state of Florida, for what you do in Congress from some isolated !I..
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pro. free of monopoly 'tax
our port
this matter determine your, attitude land of sending m... The Pure Food Stor
asters of crime an on the job at the alien If "the cattle-raising business" jealous power, .
in all matters where then questions not speaking naturally and
slate otfHal lag**,
declines in the Sacs of such prim as
........ ar* involved, and the "eye* of the with nil own voice; that h* ii a busman
-- now exist, how is it to be revived in,
world are upon you. being trying to, co-operate with
E Seereiary W J Bryan will be in ten times six ? i
or seven years '"""""':I
Do your duty, quit ye like men, and other human being in a common ..- PROPER VENTILATION..
voted to ddrtu the Florida legis The annual meeting of the Grand
you will have done your state a service vic. After this pleaaant xprince,
I litre* in Joint session on ,the Lodge ,of, the Odd Fellows of
qu.- that will merit the unstinted Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Owen, of I shall feel quite normal in all our Flor
ties of Initiative,' referendum and re praise of an honest citizenship Omaha, Nembraska, who have been dealing with one another." "The right way to ventilate a roomis ida will be held in Palatka next week
Mil; alto on the question of guar spending the winter in St. Petesburg, to raise the lower sash a foot or and a large number of ,Odd Fellow

teed bank deposits. The spirit of FARMERS'PSALM OF LIFE are now making their first visit to more and place a board in the open. from, various part of the State are
reform has firm hold in Florida Mr. J. L Thornton, of Pitttbnrg, expected. Palatka
a and Orlando and are singing the praise of ing"to keep out the air. Then lower will make the
the staid old politician can not stem The Western farmers who are the City Beautiful. .It Is a safe wager IX who ha been in, the, city for the top sash'a few Inches The air visitors welcome and, it is understood

the tide. gathered in Chicago to devise, plans that they will fasten onto a hunk of several months handling the Thorn; will enter between the top of the bottom that tome vary pleasant social func
for relief against the over reaching Orlando real estate before/leaving. ton Park addition to the city, I* preparing sub and the bottom of the top tions ban been prepared by the local

Some.men at th* 'state capital are commission merchant, are preparedto to go north in a few days sash, while the bad air will escape committee for the occasion Palat-

,already grooming Senator Drane for make the psalm of life read this Mr. Phillip Jerome, who has spent for the summer. Thornton Park is through the opening at the top." ka merchants and other will prob-
'Governor of Florida. The coming suburb and will attract ably decorate their places
Sentinel Dr.
way: the winter. in Cuba has been travel-II says Witherspoon.' of buiineas
'opine that Mr. Drane hu his eye on Lives of farmers all remind us ing leisurely.northward through,Floiida home builders. "Sleep outdoors if you possibly can.,. and will show the 'colors ot the order -

the national, law making body. It i IsSi Honest toil don't stand'a chance; ;summing up the situation. Mr. Not only do you sleep better in the ,in banners ,and bunting.-Tmles

Si? .a forgoae conclusion however, that,thee And departing leave, behind us, Jerome thinks that political and social Mrs. Anne Johnston, ia leading in open air;but you lose all trace of that Union.

:next governor of Florida will,be se- Bigger patches, on our pants. conditions in Florida more than a movement to purchase the cottageat listless feeling on arising. Take long,

Je&d because .of his' hard headed offset climatic conditions in Cuba for Fordham, N. Y., where'.Edgar Allen deep, breaths and. increasing, your Other folk forget a mama

buees.qaMt'a+ fl Subscribe for: the Sentinel citrus fruit Poe: lived for,five yean. long capacity. kt. bIs"rife DtVtr past,does delinquenclelf ,


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Just now he have a splendid

line of New Spring Fabrics, in

iP.IEoaTdNIi all the latest shading, and of j \ ,

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p' know the prices are right ,

Come in and we them. money can buy, and we can give
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WHY DOES ONE ARTIST PAINT A MORE BEAUTI - . .
I yy FUL PORTRAIT THAN ANOTHER BECAUSE HE shoe. Let us show you Our

m KNOWS HOW TO "CATCH" THE ONE WHO POSES IN MEN'S SHIRTSWe prices are as low as is possible

THE MOST ATTRACTIVE ATTITUDE WHY DOES ONE also have a nice line of"ECLIPSE" on'the present high leather mar-
STORE CHOOSE BETTER DRESS GOODS THAN ,
0e I0 Shirts for, summer. '
o ANOTHER ? BECAUSE THE BUYERS IN THAT STORE ket.

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

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

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

i 1 ADD ANYTHING TO A .LEGITIMATE' PROFIT, AS WE well. To look at them is to buy

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spending a few days in Orlando and -
WADI will leave in a few days for his home. The recent ruling of the interstate .
THE TUNER commerce commission in the matterof
ORLANDO' FLA. W.. W. Carl and family are in the the transportation of baggage is k

city for a 'few days taking In the 'not likely to cause the ordinary traveler
sights before leaving for their'home : much trouble. Traveling sales

in New mpshire. I men, who carry large quantities of
,Mr. and Mrs.: Smith, of, Washington
sample trunks, or trunks of abnormal
.D.' C. start homeward today.,
,- },' J. B. Forrest and wife of Freeport; I dimensions, probably will be most Yowelfst
HI f who have been spending the winter I affected.
Mrs. C. Gibbons of Tampa, is the
'house..gueet of Mrs.' Bruton Beach-=' at St. ,Petersburg spending a I The ruling.,was made after an extended
"am. few days in Orlando. hearing, in which both the iaa>a
--=-- .rairoad companies and the opposing
,' .- Henry.Hines of West Virginia, has interests were heard. A large,number r eg
E. X. Miles, of New Orleans, was
been speding few weeks in Orlando .of the railroads had agreed upon.a
In the city .on real estate
4business., yesterday I and incidentally purctase4'a lot on I regulation, which they sought to put \ P
I which to build a winter home. in force July 1, last, imposing an additional \
-' charge for baggage, any
.r Mrs; Maude Boone Rogers re-
JIAS
P. W. Long of Lima Ohio, has purchased dimensions of which exceeds forty-
fron month's visit'to New
toned a .
I a small.tract 'o(land, and will five Inches. The charge for each additional , .I a.
York .. -
City. bring ,I his family here next' fall and inch was to have been equal ,

A. Bed"W;-'has''been a win- become... . ';a ,Florida... cracker. I!to the baggage.charge for No ten piece' ,pounds of baggage of excess , '. .: ..: : .. '.. ., t

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: ttr gwt in :Orfado,',lest 'for hishone II 1' : ..
Mr,,. and Mrs. J. B. Jjangworthy, the greatest dimension of which exceeded ,
Maesaehwtts .. '
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j inches would' have .
after',spending several weeks pleasurably -j i ,seventy # .'i' > "
I in Orlando, left for their homein been accepted under this regulation. r .
x Tfcoau 'J Johnson and wife and -
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northern Alabama last night commission in response to many ,
on.o t> .lr homeward .
tafhttn, way. J. .
I petitioners, ,suspended these regulations ,
Ka&su off In'Orlando
to stopped
'. Mr.'Jamei C. Snyder, .,Litchfleld, until April 29, 1913.
yettwday.rMr... "i ,\Lr ...... ,-:: ahi thsi.jitf..... .... ,<*Tht commission holds. that' the rail .Watch this Space ,for YowelTs' -Specials
a.:,few days looking Orange county roads are entitled to some relief, but
.: B. & Astibua, of Qonsalls. over t'and'thenjvrfll.proceed,southward. it does not accept their tariff and regulation ,. Tomorrow
TOM,Jtft yesterday for his home f I I in toto. Briefly it has laid

:after t plsesairt;May in this city of Mr.; ; K. Walsh and wife of Grand I down the following rules for the guid- . \

.:L mral weeks, Rapids, Michigan, came to Orlando sums of the railroads; I. ., : .,

from Tampa yesterday, and will remain "First-That carriers may reason i
Mr \sad Mrs George Cady who until tomorrow and then go ably provide for an extra charge for

bate been viator visitors in Orlando, north. the transportation of pieces of personal ,. .

left for their home in Beaten Harbor, or sample baggage, excepting \ .. ... ,.I
-S Tonight ,at the Lucerne the Mendelssohn .' whips in cases, having dimension or . .. -( ': .
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-t Club will cheer you up by dimensions exceeding forty-five inches } .
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Mr. Lester. H..' Aokerma'' has con. taking your mind off the rough old such charges per inch in excess of '
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ehded,his vtetaf,vacation in Orlando business world for a time. Go and see forty-five inches not to exceed the ,
,"and left 'yesterday for his home in bow the,tonic'of music will lift your charge for five pounds of excess'bag .. r 1

'..,....,sack. N. J.. spirits. gage. I l' .
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Mr. J. E McGwgory of Providence A party of four men.in large touring cases' ..
in flexible .
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baggage whips '
B. I. to interested visitor to Or. ,
an ear, reached this city from Mid. "
laado, :and take, the title deeds Tennsseee 'and will not exceeding ninety inches in lengthnor ; : .
may dle yesterday ':
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the East Coast It is a tour of in .
"Third -That carriers may reasonably
'. Mrs. Earle, who has been the house spection. I- provide that a piece of baggage
of Mrs. F. A. Curtis at "Bide- Inches in ,
exceeding seventy-two any
(weo" forte past two weeks,leaves Mr. Augustus.Nathan, one of the dimension ,will not be accepted for
today 'for her home in Indiana. New Jersey citizens who makes chug '*

moneey out of Orlando real estate, "Fourth-That upon notice of not The Big White Store

The members of the Twentieth Century has purchased four lots on,east Central ..'. less than one year carriers may pro.
are.ply for Avenue. The sale was madethrough
Club t picnic vide that trunks or other rigid con
j next Wednesday the spot .selected, the Orlando realty company., tainers with more than two bulging

being the Magrader grove on.Spring --- sides, or with two bulging sides that .
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'Lake, The little Favorite Theater, is .as I are'not opposite to each other, will

progressive as the most progressive,, not be accepted for checking as bag. NEW GOODS ARRIVING DAILY

lira",E. W. Giles of Orlando, on and is making his room more attractive gage.
her way to visit friend, in Gainesville by" adding two exhaust fanswbich ,,, "Fifth That carriers' definition ofm
stopped.In the, city,a:few hours make such a breeze that it I sample baggage should permit including .

today.to make a call on Mrs. ,R. C. not neccessary to request the ladie I therein salesmen's catalogues. niimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimmm
MaesMerr-ocsaa Star to remove, their millinery.HiiiiiiiiMimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiliiiiiiiiiiii. I "Sixth- That where the charges for
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.1 and dimensionsdo -
excess weight excess
a If' not exceed ,the minimum.charge, 6000 WORK MDUS Mlllllllllllllll imiimiiiiiiiiiiiiii
the single minimum charge shall ap-
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Mendelssohn Club Choral
I These rulings will be effective after
For Sale
April 29 and the roads are ordered to'abstain by

.t I t for two years thereafter from uP&UmGm .BBBi

. . . publishing or enforcing any regula- H. G. Harper .
4 kf: tions not consistent herewith..

I Joan of Arc Cantata

;:, ,,FOR COOL COMFORT II I. Any'liquor cure' is good, providingthe South 811111 St PheM 534

man who takes it will afterward --. *

White ,Serge Paira Beach and refrain from drinking.I ASSISTED BY ,

JI MIr Suite .Swell liae of MHHMHMMI Hading of all kinds, and plow- MRS A. IL HAILS BOSS IRENE'MURlY. : .r.
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,. FUaael L TroversSCRUGGS I I' You can tell pretty well the sort ing carefully looked after. MR. CESTIA LAWTON Said '

1o1'a man,he is'-by noting the things
."ft DICKSON that inspire his laughter. chores of forty voices ,

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I 1rf. IYY1ar a1 Iaet cw.:1 : ...' I 1 The, work around a house is pretty -

;, evenly divided.. The me. .let the

::< ")iS ). 1.J: t flies in and the women drive them FOR ,SALE-About four acres, 96 LUCERNE THEATER APRIL 11TH
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FRIDAY NIGHT
ten minutes walk from Orange avenueon *.'r'..---.

N .. ._. ,. : : ," ,. ,',".d I ,The .fact"that tie Japanese do not Apopka road. See,owner on,premise 8:300. >Cteek .
"r. o(: .rfi: 7 '1i7i.U'.< "
: UM,their women' Hi another 'exeap&eaftkm !s _LCooIJy. 10-lwk. Prices 50 aid 75 feats Seat Sale Than, at fetes

f/ (r;:: / t; i I ''of.'.*e"feet. ', UenhLan-: .: I "l

be.. 'carried teo':fat:; WANTED ;Tosfig lady to .act as 1
J' )' L: , book ,keeper and,saleslady. Refereafefeejiked. :
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want bring .quick results
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ETery"paekiDg house .. ; : tr .-. I
number, of cull oranges : received after: W 'o' ; : :
fruit to dispose of which wfll be ran in the"Too J:

:, role task,,over although sizes these, and culls, .,"of"=eohunn.80 five" ronb lines-,one or lew time-,&'
test fruit. .. I times 50 eents one
_' _. Robert;The'Citrus Duncan Exchange, .a. scientist has' ; I# 'month and'one, $100.weekly editions i ;

ability making experiments in Thornton:Park, a

!, :fproductiIn can, found his .experiments that he could. D east is the,part beautiful of the city.-

orange sugar from which' Northeast the city !
of orange juice.could be some choice lots II

;:; the merely sugar adding: has pure a_ great water. :Spare' books, 'ma .

t t it water could and'not takes be kept it up in so Library.'' Free 4-3: [ Ii H

b This trouble has been -A position as m n
is believed, by stopping and collector for
short of the granular form who rt1 can owners.give it By close man' I!
ing a product that is viscid Address. Collector, S
flow slightly. So far this 4-
well and is believed that it
I t the, In problem.connection with this ttoo orddergby Mirrion the as new.runve latest I I:

product oil, derived has from been. 'the evolved peel. and put process on them.and I
address to H.
be used for extracts 'or d I will call. 'and take
'orange oil is'of'value.: It el.'i .. fit'p.
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There is'not'to exceed two modern 2 pmement
... it in a box of oranges. take automobile. in
The"way 'make the a Owner, tare I :
ing been;evolved,.it is now .WANTED, ;
exchange to see if they' can :' exchange for I' I :
;.r ,at a profit. In one of two of less than two
est plant of the will exchange be put in packing this i I' Lock Box 144, Orlando. I 'I
After a year's test the; t I Eichanfe or Sale I I
_' lopes to know what can I ,. or other property
7 along this line aid in the Lake Coss'igr fo I
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.If a market other' 'than ,I :. halsdled agate K;: !i
culls can be 'Revised, .the i '
i hopes that the if mil'will I F. JOSEPH Orlando RAEHN, ,
_ ; Home. _This by grading up : : !
al fruit; will add to the horseshoe pin. I
r hate receives,and it is e return to San Juan I
home profit at least on reward. 9-4t i I
: ':.there will be a general -A new eight room II I

At a meeting of the modern Holt,conveniences.601 Magnolia
i>:* of sonville Control Saturday which was held Apr.2-1 |I,
dent Albert E Walker, of -A business partner in
School for the Deaf and business with

'position Augustine. ,The was St,reelected: trade.partner with Need$15,000 or more will to make$ I
says:' "Under Mr. W Plant up to date and : :
,s vanced deny the and school now ranks has as- condition.care'of Sentinel Address :

ft leading South.\ "institutions* of the rand-New bath'modern.on' i::
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EMBROIDERY FLOUNCINGS.
/ $40, $35 and $25 $1.75 values at. "' "' ' 'o' '' ,';. .. ;. ..... 75c

COAT SUITS at : 25 and :30 cent Vals at .. .. . . .10 and 15 cents per yard.. .90 values at. . .... .. .. . .".. ... .:.-?: ... ... ,80c
AD Over Laces,''$1.25, 1.50 $3.00 and $4.00 values at 95c, .60 Bandings at . 25c

; ,& 4 S S . $ j 0.00each $1.00, $2.00 and"$3.00LINEN. :35 Bandings . .. .. .,.. . ... .. .. .. ... .. .. .. 15c

40c Flaxons at . . .. !.. .. . . .. . . .. ..... .. 25c
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LACES 40c Linens at .. . . .. .. . . .. . . .. .. ...... 25c
X5.00end6,00. . 60c-Linens at . . . .. .. .. .. ... .,......:. .. .. ... 45e
- 25, 30 and 40 cent Laces at 10,15 and 25 cents A .
LINGERIE WAISTSat per .1a.50 and 35c Voiles at .. . . .;' ... .-. .}..Pt..:.: '. .'. .. .... 25c

1 35e Etamine at . ..'. ; .. ...... '\ 25c
: $2.50 Embroidery Dress Patterns, at Cost 25c Momette at . . . .. . . ...... .:.. .:. .. ... .. . 20c

", :.',. .. : 30c.Novelty crepe at ., .. . . .. ... .... .. ... !. . ... 25c
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,: April, ,.8th.' 'Present' Comnieioaers : : IN _
': Woodruff; Diliard, Brown ". -. : '
ala Eldredge. In the absence of -At- I :
Q&iraan Overstreet Commissioner
JEWELRYJEWELRY
Woodruff. was made Chairman pro S. E.
Lesher's
. .ten.A 0 committteerepresenting' the Orla - Jewelry Store: ,

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ado Board of Trade came before theBoard In order to quit business I will offer entire stock
in reference to the road via my at Auction.

Heifer Chnluota Mound.to the Upon St.Johns motion Rfveiat it"was : 'Site-IpeK Satirfcy, April 5th at Ut Mi' 1M PA| ,Dafly l lUntil'all .

ordered that the county surveyor android S

superintendent i ascertain the cost goods are sold. \ Is.one of the necessities of life.
-'of I establishing said road from the

I- river across the prarie to the: point BILLY '-NOONEY, Auctioneer Satisfactory Jewelry must
connecting with the public road from
Chuluota. to Christmas. have style, design and quality i rand

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Petition of G. W. Smith,J. c.Stew. 1 v don't forget that the price r

aH et at, for a road from the,corner
of:Highland avenue, Plymouth, due MMIIIIMIIIMIilllllHIMHIIIMMillllllMl IMIIiilillHlllli has something to do with it too

, east 800 feet more or less, to connect We have them all
'with Central avenue, was'received IIF
I %laid p over under the rules.r' I I I YOU WANT THE LATESTTHE Everything, Guaranteed.: .

, Upon motion it was ordered that
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i our satisfactory repairide.
[ 'the,road leading from the clay road '
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to'the road to Merrimac,,via J. C., -H partment.Alien.

Stewart's residence, be grubbed 40; THE LINE. OF UP TO DATE. DRY GOODS, CLOTHING, '.
,feet. wide. Cost not to exceed $20. l'
Messrs. Starbird, Withering-ton' &I H HATS AND SHOES, ALSO'LADIES READY'TO WEARDRESSES "

Davis appeared before the board in OF ALL COME
.DESCRIPTIONS TO R,SALOMON. -
within 60 dayson account of,excess- ..
& Co.
iy&:tax. ,, .' SATISFACTION. GUARANTEED OR MONEY
I Applications for pensions by ;'Mrs.
I Annie Stanner and Mrs. Vina OgTesI REFUNDED .
I "were presented and approved and i I' JEWELERS' .,

I forwarded to the comptroller.,
I A number of bonds to bear firearms B. Salomon Orlando

I. were approved! Orlando, ..Florida
I Bond of A. E. Sjoblom as justice .

I 'of.,(the peace, with J. G. Martin andJ 1'h'. " . .
:F. Sundell as sureties was approved "
Petition of'John T lirie, 0. J.Been HMilllllHIilllllMMIMHtlMMMMiilMllMMMModel
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et aL, asking that L. Pike be appoint I i _ __ -.t_ -

ed.J l cattle inspector and! inspector of '
: narks and brands for precelnct 11 TRUST'MPANr, Grocery

),lag 12 and suitable'13 was bond.granted upon' Pike -giv.1 I ORLANDO BANK i

4The: petition of W. P. Miller, E. H.
J et al. heretofore laid 18 Wttt Church Street
nee, over,
was. taken up. Upon motion. no acton CItIIII Ml Svftas. Md UiilvMed PnflbTitel Silt,....1/.

,, was taken. lemrces ever....arks tf a Mltei.I H FANCY AND STAPLE GROCERIES. NEW AND
reference to the condition of the road FRESH
'running through Apopka. Subjeetmatties : RePOrt of the CoadiUoa of Orlando
o' referred I to Commissioner Eld- 0 ,. We Gin Ov PIne a1 Attention to Our CIIt...,. udGiaraitee
{ Beak and Tnnt Co, Co .MModFromRtforttoCmptroQ
Satisfaction and Prompt DeMrery =
Check for f 100 received from W. E. x' -
,Squires on account of his Indebtedness : er Feb. 4,1111RKOURCV Give; Us a Trial ,:DMA/

to the county. for the purchtie 1

: riot k Loam and DUcounU .....I3M46L06 Subtler Bros., Proprietors

Communication ,from the Southern OrerdaifU ..........,.,, IHU
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Manufacturing' Company in reference Stocks and Bood ," !". M,01U8 Hi 111111111111
to substituting their, bond for Real Eftett, Furniture and '

their:certified- check of |300 now on Fixtures ... .......... ....." T'IlEIJ.: H. P. STRAIGHTFor
: deposit, received and the"propositionriciiepted' .] Cash on hand and in Banks 816,064,81t .
) the _bead to be for. J5000.. ;
,,JleVwit of Chas. Kai ner to be al- S 1660,81148 Sale at aH Cigar Stores

; rya'!to redeern ttu;asr.tl6a. : '4- -WllLlTlBS- .... OrteBdo's.Newwt Cigar! Made k Oriaade.Hayaaa .: '
lti 12 and subsequent taxes,at lest .
a ,
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Capital Stock ...$loo,oo0.o0. aad Florida. WrappersTry .
amount was granted, and upoainotion;
'' t Surploi and Undivided
< One and Be Cearkeed
it was ordered that the comptrollerbeaegaedted'.teahow
Profits ...
; 22, 8t86Depoaita
: the .redemptU-* e ... ,..,. 687, 1186
'.of.:'the,land described' a valua !'.j : ... HERMAN H. PINDERM'f'g'r' a
>of;4500.00.)
.' :Request of Wm. Martin, agent,.,to : _,11118 212 Sots th Orup :

redeem ,southwest quarter of ,sc:.itb. I.a I We invite the attention of our ...
suet,quarter, section 8, township 20! tomera and fiiendt'to our jtitommit ,
., range 27, at;a. flat sum,.'was not'al above and whh" tp.aiaiirt thief'that tiimiiiiiiMiiiiiiMiiOUR' BO YOU BUTT t

lowed.. we appreciate thepttrooagie. aDd Ia -
Upon motion it was ordered that ask: for a continuance of .... H I overheard a prominent hardware
;the comptroller be repuested to allow : r Dont forget that' oar depoaHa are dealer say this morning to a prominent -
citizen of Orlando, I could hare 4did
the redemption of lots 1 to ,20, . . I inrared.A' : ke Cream bought land at |t60 and ..00 bet
,Hyer ft Shine's. addition to Orlando, - cordial imitation is extended to I net de !k
; at the flat sum'of,|60, not including viiiton In oar city to call and open mJ .H NEW . At the time he referred to I told ,

elerk's' costs,'by'Wm.'Martin, agent; Slates ,'vcrmH,SWe sal test!fcf tory., t an account wtti'n. : ke Cream : for an of Orlando'man's land in Orange'count/several hundredacres li

The petition of the. ,',Overstreet' L.Dbind M .. '1.00 per acre, the same land''is now ,
I ,Crate Coaptny, Peter .Keen, e(aL,. 0 ::ir 0 ireW.M..SLEMONST IS'I sold in 10 and twenty acre tracts'fee
.for the Winter Garden and Kl ijmmee j ; -' . on 1. .It"- '. I $30.00 per acre. and is cheap at this 1
rendheretofore laid over.. under the'tales JA ,.-:.. : _, . J' .. I 4 ke Cream : price.What were the Orlando people beyis -

was granted as prayed. 1 *at that time! Gold mining .....
Z Petition of J.: C. Rich, Bi.L.;. Grier, MADE j a--" -'M bought land, you eetJf
make ...- your profit Ton knew seat
f,aL, to Pine street, extending
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tine ago your profit on. the1'mining
:Cameron avenue on.the.east,\toBeardall ? ke Cream : i rtoek,without haying to figure ofl.H.:
avenue' on the west, in and' If yon have not yet bought some
Mar II Cameron City, a public road,re 'noli Orlando or Orange county property,
there is still for
opportunities lam
eeivedand' j leid.oyerun4er t the rules. S------.. F keCrea- : profits, and I can show you.
Pe'tition of Jack JotoMOnJ E. W.Ghamberlain'et'a . I can Mil you something that will
)., for"abroad cornelencing Our New Stock is Coming In REAL make you money. ; but Jour gold. *+
on the clay road on the quarter Spring hh''stock and)will.ftot.but ftClu
MO me.
section line north of the school lee Cream CAlL JANSEN,
itzw r. U'-.f rrvv- \ } AH wII eterto Ckeiee.Se el.BIlla au.Geei "
we a "
yea
house at Tangerine, running east t& Office over Dicbon, A he, Orange..
.
...IN.DRY GOODS ALL..THE STAPLE AND USEFUL .
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section 10, received and referred to"the. : CREAM Avenue, Orlando, Fk.
of the roads and' I GOODS uweB at FANCY SILKS tai (INE DRESS:GOODS, The buD and the bvteen men of
superintendent OrUado know me, if yon do not,I a k
'bridge* to report at next meeting. HOSIERY SILK LISLE AND COTTON, an* the,luny AccesMddea fce Cream them.liiMiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii.
4 that Wonei Uie.
;Petition of. E. A.. Murray, J. S. BEST
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:O'Beirfy, et, aL, to ,change the countyto y I '
'.J starting from the southwest' Bargains :Six Daysin Every WeekWecarryaUtheUmeakrfeiioektfSfiOESefUeWei : lee Crear :

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'earner of,the northwest quarter, sec-
tIeD 8, range 88 east, and running to .. YOU I I.

Goth* on1 the' half section line, laid S amiss aid.Mwitt ityle* mHO QUALITY MINI 8BM8.CRADDOCK .
.'over under the rules,'and the subject : T1RRV8 WOMEN'S"SHOiS AND ,CHILD. keCrea' TUf ONE CIGAR TIIAT

Miter referred, to Commissioner DillaH 1 REN8' S8M8. NONE ''MTTER, AU SOLD IN' THIS EVER
", arid" superinteadent. of roads and MARKET, I "fVfIYrIfS(
*bridges. to report at the next meeting. 8CHL08S BROS. FINE SUITS I'OIIIIN at .IS..., $. Ice Cream H: .
,Petition 'Walter D. Griffin, H. H. $.... awl $30.00 art *ga..ed for' STYLI FIT ANT
Chamberlain, et sJ, for a road referred QUALITY. TASTED .
to Commissioner Bldredge and LORD BALTIMORE'BOYS1 SUITS WILL BE SURE TO \ '
the the superintendent of: roads and PLEASE YOU., lee Cre UWLlY'IITIAIQI'II
bridges to report at next meeting. 45
Communication from the comptroller AT S

in reference to the four mill Spec -
Roard and ,Bridge, District No. 1
amused against A. C. L R. R. received W.Id. SLEMONS lIe I Co. Get the beat cigar at }flvo! '

Upon motion the Board ac. cents, the next time you
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Wpti the statement of the railroadin I I want to smoke-Judge. ,for '
I Qdek DeHeryWatklM younetf
reference to the matter. "f11
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Communication:troll the Board of,1-Friends of CoBmlnion Government BIIWIq
.County Commluioneri of Duval Tampa hari filed fraud charge -
I liD P.... 2Sobicribt
:\of County in the caw of compensation melted send will, contest returns' In leveral 'UNDERTAKER. oIj ,. ,ARMSTRONG-.. --.. .. .. .. .. - .. .. .. .. ..... . .. t I Made IB Orlando and told
county' commiftloaeri wardf.Mtiey. .-. ..'! '!''!' ........... by all deal n.IlililMMMMIIMMItM.
,and read. No action:told I The ARTISTIC PICTURE FRAMER .Orlao4o -'
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motion amount of the -- 5 H Hi
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Mir, Following the annual meeting of Y 1

...... 'a.ArtCtohhr ..... .. ....., the ,Trustees of Rollms College' on .-
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',.... Co ...... ......i......Ai ,...... YondayYmormingg: April ,7, .fee 'young . "" : ,'"
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,,', r u- : ladies of'the cooking classes' conMet- ,' .
ed with the School, of Domestic .

THESTATE and Industrial Arts, entertained', the ., '', ' ..
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Trustees and several invited guestsat I ; .. ,..
luncheon at the President's House.I j
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This was the eleventh consecutive

BAffiof : year that a- dinner or',luncheon has .

been tendered the guardians of 'the

college by,the students of cooking and -,
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home-making; and many there be B INTERESTINSTEAD. j
: who remember the' event -with great I ( ) OF 40

: .1 t Orlando pleasure; for it is as eagerly looked .
forward to by the "cooks" and "wait-: -- ---,- -- -- .---

Teases," as it is happily anticipatedby
r the officers of,the institution; and "

'IK NKST MNK" It TK OTY an invitation received bra mere outsider ' '4"-. L.. I .;::.:
to "meet the Trustees" is never : If you have a savings account which r.:;;,
: : s ': earns only dour per cent 'either call, } ':. I
declined. Mrs. W. F. Blackman, Mrs. -
-AND- -.,: {telephone, or write, and we will gladly ..,
.
C. H. Morse, Mrs. Ferguson, Dean of :. -1, 'explain how the same money can i:
.4 Women and Dean Enyart were the i ; 't earn five per cent and probably more. " .
The Bilk which trtiaacts mere bvtasB thai : .
invited guests on Monday.The ;{ :..:
ay Beak httwew JaekseayiBe aM'TaII,& long table spread in the large .,

music room of the President's house '
was centered' with a huge ,bowl, of
The large patronage ,of this Bank has been built UP.&rQ' pink and white roses on a mirror and

twenty, by conducting its business, on sound star jasamine with roses trailed over
years .
taking 'principles with careful attention to the" legitimate the dishes white of pink doth, and interspersed white candies.with I[ PES l[ NATIONAL l BANK K

.wants of customers. The confidence. of the public Many of the dishes of the :elaboratemenu
followed the color scheme of .
is reuected in the large amount of 'deposits. .. ,
; the decorations,-and the luncheon has '. ,

.Average. deposits, 'First Quarter of' 1913, 900000.. never been surpassed in quality of ;;:, '
i t : preparation or.in faultless anei'artis- "
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i I tic serving by any previous event :.
: FOUR 'FIR" CENT PAID ON SAVINGS ACCOUNTS : Great credit is due Miss Wilde, the During April we offer City.of Orlando
{ teacher of the domestic arts for the Five Per Cent Sewerage Bonds at par,
: ").d t{ .. I I splendid training she has given the for cash or on easy payments. .

: young women which make them capable . .
Our correspondent banks are located in every part ,of : of preparing, cooking and beautifully -
,, item of the following .
the worW" aftd.iaclude:soine of the largest Banks in the serving every
menu:
R tiaiteiittee. MENU.. Fr. 'r : .. .

Fruit Macedoine ',." \' I: ,, ;: '. .
1'. 1 t L'
Cocktail
Oyster
Brown Bread Sandwiches .

$ HAPPY. TIMES, IN BEAUTIFUL :'EMMANUEL. ..CHURCH .SOCIAL Cream ,of Celery Soup 'Croutons .
,
ALTAMONTE.l Salted Almonds Olives. ,
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--- Last night there was given a very Halibut a la Poulette f .
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s
affair at the Bechamel ..
AUamoBte Springs, April 9.Withthe enjoyable hospitable SauceTomato
closing of tourist,,season,, social home of Mrs. L. W. Cook, on the Jelly I.I "
fuactiofii are of daily occurrence. corner of Orange avenue and Washington Fillet of Beef with Mushrooms .. ',
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Yertenky Mrs. Obed Foss entertained street Potatoes Brabant, .... -
\
at her beautiful home about fifty A pretty program of music was Asparagus in Timbalo Cases. I

,hotel. ',fee... ..ta. and "the.cottagers. being given. hire Robinson Murphy and 1 ,Rollins Kumquat Rosettes STATE NEWS.
present a:chicken pfllau and a picnic Mr. Norman Ball sang 'duets from Grapefruit Sherbet -

,{Baser, was, served. Tables were Mozart. and Mathew; Miss' Roney Sweetbread Salad Cheese Sticks Tamp's white:;;is to be .exten-II
i! lead under the played mostcharmingly' "To Spring"j Strawberry Shortcakes t -
.; .on the velvet lawn ed an COIIPtITI.t
.f shade of.'the'beautiful orange trees by Grieg and Mr. Symonds gave I Cheese Cafe Noir Crackers impro't /

K now 'in "profuse,'bloom which, Sled Mendelssohn's. beautiful Prelude in E 1 Peppermints Grapefruit Straws J. C. ,Condrey, of Leesburg openedthe '. ,:-. ",, STOCI.
the :air with the delicious odor peculiar Minor. Mrs Norman ''Robinson reada The, cooks selected from the classes 1 season with the\first shipment ofcucumbers. OF
to the orange blossom The witty sketch, "The Plumdale Social for this occasion:.were: Misses Clella I :

:weather 'was ideal. and .the happy; ," bringing in local characters. Avery, New Orleans; .KathrynvBon- -

party Was in a, most jubilant. :spirit The audience was so delighted with nell, St. Petersburg; Geraldine Dark, Boat service iron 'Miami. to' Jack .

: ":Many amusing, games were indulged ,the flute solo given by Mr F.. N. I Inverness; Barbara Weston, Brooks- sonville is, to be increased from one '

t .' in,and greatly enjoyed. by all present r,Boardman,. that 'an encore was de ville; Mildred Pearce, Palatka; Helen boat per week to two boats per, week, Spring
,The peanut hunt was very ,amusing I manded. Mr. Boardman was accompanied Drew, Orlando;" Florence Stone, An- begining not later than ,the first,.of
{ sad'the .priie; 'a beautiful. diamond j[ by Miss'Ruth\,Hendricks, nie Stone, Winter Park;. Eleanor I June.
'ring was won by Miss Edna McMi-' who proved herself not only" a good I Norman, Maitland., Styles

4 f :chaeL. 'The flag contest was won by, musician, but one skilled in this; The waitresses were: Misses Lucy Franchise for a new railroad into .._"' .
f Bernard" Ballard .and the,potato race most difficult of arts I Lee Clark, Lookout ,Mountain, Ten- St. Petersburg was granted to the 't'iI

'"' Was. won ,,by .Miss Graham: after At the close,of the evening dainty nessee; Priscilla Major, (Palmetto; promoters of the Tampa and Gulf ,
{ : refreshments were served and the, and Lesley Donaldson, Winter park.
which there'was an amusing auction"
Coast road by the city council of that
sale, conducted with Mr. Thomas entertainment was a success both socially -1 The exquisite,menu and place cards city last week. FASHIONABLEAND
r f Sprague as''a etione r. The bidding and financially. J each containing a different bit of the I

>'. .for'l:mysterious packages was spirit campus in dainty water-color, were I The Seaboard Florida Limited leaving
the\- THE COST OF PEACE contributed,by Miss Brebner, Director
,ed and:after the sale; closed and Jacksonville at 3:45 p. m. Monday COMING
,results, reported ,the peat little sum t of the School of Fine Arts.A t was the.last train of that service

:? of $16r86wM credited .to'the,treasurer" -! In marked contrast to the proposal!i between Jacksonville and New York

_of.,the Altamonte;Chapel:,. 't t.CoL' of the First Lord of the British Ad-t PATHETIC PICTURE.The for this-season The train was crowded -

r, Ceo. H. Forto, retired., and. 'wife mirality, that Great Britain and Ger-t with passengers. Straw
will leave for Washington D. C.,t many shall agree to stop. building, following note from a colored ..
Thursday by easy stages reaching!I battleships,''is the programme formulated t boy who is'a boot black and who wasa Total shipments'fro,mthe Hastings

their_home about the middle of-May. in the Reichstag. This looks to 1 boon companion, to the dog Jack station of Irish potatoes up to Tues
'3 Mr. Frank Smith and wife and Gus the appropriation of some $37,000-,Johnson, which was killed .a few day morning amounted to 23,881 bar- Hats

Graham, also Mrs. Smith's. sister, 000 to be expanded in the building of nights ago, shows that the heart of rels. A car of potatoes was consigned -

Mrs.. Chase and,daughter,''Clara,,wfll aeroplanes and dirigibles for militaryand the boy is ever the same, whether it Tuesday to Seattle and will be re-

leave Sunday:for ,their' New Hamp naval purposes. be wrapped up in a black skin or awhite. shipped. from there to Sitka-, .Alaska.A .
shire home. Perhaps the most interesting pointin And we say God pity the boy ----
this connection is its demonstration who loses a friend, whether jt be a: large crowd witnessed the interesting
of the marvellous advance made ceremonies at Pablo Beach
dumb brute.To .
MISS GALEY ENTERTAINS. human being or a
in the art of aviation within a short the Sentinel: Sunday afternoon when Station I of Brown & LartigueA.

A number of people "were time. It is only 10 years since the I thank you very much for beingso the United'' States volunteer life-sav-
young !Wright brothers made their first I ing was opened. The men who
entertained last kind as to mention the death of corps I
charmingly Miss Charlana at her eveningby homeon I:flight'in a machine heavier than,air, "Jack Johnson". I am the colored.have entered this service receive no
Galey, '
l No prophet have ventured the reward do they receive sal-
'Jackson street. boy that you see out in front"of the nor any
I i prediction that ,their: invention couldso stable petting Jack sometimes. ary. They enter into it through their
I They played games and danced J rapidly gain place in the costliest of service to their fellow
be
i until eleven o'clock when delicious refreshments Jack does not belong' to me, but desire to L. Hearn,' one of the prominent pocket of Driver Eugene H. thomp-
-. of ice 'I 1 I armaments of the world I like him. I am awfully sorry he is men. and shippers of the Redland son's coat and
; consisting cream, l; It has. taken its ,place' as a necessary growers, exploded a cartridge.

cake. and, punch, were served.'Those Misses. Flod-<: abjunct of,war; and as the German dead. Yours, truly, As a result of some one's mistakensense section of the southern part of Dade The accident occurred just after an.

present, were i budget shows, it must be regarded JOE. of humor and what would constitute county. Beginning with September, alarm was sent in. Mr. Thompson
ing McCullough, Knuckle WalkeJRoll \
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Rambo> and 'Messrs. Mussel- I as ,having added greatly. to a real, joke, some April Fool he states, groves have been blooming jumped from his bunk as soon as h"e
the cost of peace. turned loose all the'mules belonging heard the alarm, and reached for
4" .white, Hyer, Walker, Wev and Ferris. INFORMAL DANCE. joker every month this year. He believes
Y 1!! The ladies of the Rosalind Club to the Citizen's Ice & Cold .that the way to make grapefruit what he thought was his blue shirt.
4 .. . AT THE. FAVORITE, TODAY' N 3 were hostesses last evening for an Storage Company the night before, !bloom: just when it is desired to do Instead he caught his coat jn which

REELS informal, but very delightful 'dance. and about half. of the, people of St. so will be determined within a short was ,his revolver. While arrangingthe -
GRAND* THEATRE. Being the second Thursday in the Petersburg had to do without ice on I time. When that is done, South 'Florida harness on the animal, Mr. :,
\, t Silent Jim %. .... .......!.:...Eclair month, many gentlemen were pres- the first day of ApriL St Peters- will ,be placed in a class by it- Thompson stooped to get the cinch
"The Influence. on Broncho Billy," A drama of the wild lonesome Canadian ent, and the pretty affair, arrangedfor burg Note in :Tampa Times. self. Volosda County Record. strap and buckle it when the revolver
Essanay drama; : North West-A wonderful __ fell from the
r. by Mrs. Grey Rush, Mrs., George pocket and the cartridge -
"Bffl's Birthday Present," Selig- : production .in two reels.A .
f' Newell and Misses Person and;Bum- That the day is not far distant The oldest and, at one time, the was exploded, killing the horse.
Travelers .. ..:Champion
comedy Strategy ;
\ West Note in Times-Union.
,.Y by, proved'unusually pleasant The when by proper fertilization and care I best horse in the Key West fire department Key-
"The. Discovery, Essanay-com- Comedy -
-r '* dancers were refreshed with punch, grapefruit will be matured every i died Thursday morning
Usual
5
dy. price cents.
It) ices and sandwiches. Dozens of ex-. month in the year and shipments will! from .a bullet wound received when "X fool and his automobile are soon

a tfe ....... Subscribe for the Sentinel quisite pink roses and greens were i never cease is the firm belief of Mr. a pistol'fell 'to the ground from the i I parted.'
kErt used in decoration.
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-ORDER -TO GET READY FOR THE., ERECTION. OF ,MY NEW BUILDING MUST?CLOSE OUT ,MY'ENTIRE- STOCK.OF' FURNITURE, AND OFFER AT ASACRIFICEDRESSERS

WASHSTANDS, SIDE ,BOARDS, ROCKERS, IRON j1llD8. 'SWINGS, MATTRESSES,,,RUGS,':CARPETS'.AND'MATHNGS-NOIHING RISERV_ ED.
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>I HAVE FIFTY' ROLLS OF MATTING REMNANTS WHICH WILL.
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