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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 12, 1913
Frequency: daily (except monday)
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando
Coordinates: 28.533611 x -81.375833 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1913.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 1, no. 269 (Dec. 20, 1913).
General Note: J.F. Schumann, editor.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 4 (Feb. 14, 1913).
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Direct Service, Postal Telegraph until 2 a. m. PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING EXCEPT MONDAY. ; Orlando Progressive Center of the State.


VOLUME ONE ORLANDO, FLORIDA, SATURDAY, APRIL 12TH, 1913. t' .'-j NUMBER 53.
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A LARGE NUMBER OF BILLS TO INDICATES HIS SYMPATHIES BY CREST OF THE FOOD DUE McADOO TO CLEAN OUT THE HIS JURISDICTION TO BE' EXTENDED UNDOUBTEDLY
ONE OF THE
BE PRESENTED FOR CONSIDERATION A TELEGRAM THERE'S A TO REACH OMAHA ONMON- CUSTOMS AND INTERNAL SO AS TO INCLUDE A
: BEST
ATTRACTIONS EVER
i BY FLORI NIGGER IN THE WOOD DAY-TRAFFIC IMPEDEDBY REVENUE SERVICE, IT FOUR COUNTIES IN ',
GIVEN BY MOVIES WILL
DA'S LAWMAKERS.There PILE. II HEAVY SNOW. IS ANNOUNCED. FLORIDA.
BE SEEN AT LUCERNE
is none who doubts now the The Sentinel last night received, Special to the Sentinel Washington, April 10.-Senator
assertion made before the session unsolicited the following telegram I Memphis, Tenn., April 11.-With Nat P. Bryan arrived this morningand Tallahassee, April 11.-Judge Geo. This evening at the Lucerne theater
opened that it would be the busiest from Senator Donegan: the river rapidly falling, the flood at once conveyed to Secretary Couper Gibbs today was appointed will be an event in moving pictures

ever held in Florida. Tallahassee, Fla., April 11, 1913. situation south of this city is greatly of the Treasury McAdoo a copy of judge of the Circuit Court for the that movies.marks a new era with local'

Senator Johnson, of Suwanee, has South Florida Sentinel, Orlando, Fla., improved tonight. the joint resolution of the Flor- Fourth Judicial Circuit of Florida, by
Inaugurated the fight for reapportionment I have this afternoon notified both The situation south of here continues ida State Legislature asking the Governor Trammell, to succeed Judge The Inauguration of President Wil
of the congressional districts Orlando and Sanford delegations that critical at several points. At dismissal of Joe Lee, the negro internal Rhydon M. Call, who recently re- son is so real that those of us who

by introducing a bill which provide if Orange County Division Bill passes Beulah, Miss., one thousand men are revenue collector at 'Jackson signed to accept the appointment of had neither the time or money to go

*' for the making of the Fourth the House, I will support it in thee working to prevent a break in the ville. The secretary received the pa- President Wilson as "judge of the to the real inauguration, can for ten

district from twelve counties of th I Senate. levee north of that place. The em- pers, but did not indicate his inten- United States Supreme Court for the cents: have a comfortable seat and witness -

Second district, represented by Frank I ARTHUR E. JONEGAN. I bankment is caving rapidly and the tions. Southern District. of .Florida. His that great spectacle which is so

Clark as follows: This can mean but one thing; i break is expected hourly. This is the first fight to be made name will go to the Senate for confirmation realistic as to be a most clever and

Dade, Palm Beach, St. Lucie, Os- namely, that Senator Donegan favors I The situation around Helene i is II by Southern senators and congressmen this afternoon. It is ru- acceptable substitute for the inauguration -
its self.Beginning .
ceola, Brevard, Orange, Volusia, Putnam county division. If the divisionists grave; the water from the breaks to rid the South of the negro mored here that P. L. Gaskins, of
St Johns, Clay, Duval, Nas are experiencing trouble in lining up further north are running into the 1 I office holders and their white adher J Jacksonville, who was recently en- with the view of the procession -

aau. men for trie measure, this announce Mississippi at the mouth of Francis ents. The next step will be to attempt dorsed by the lawyers of the Fourth as it comes down Pennsylvania
i avenue, the mounted escort
Under the terms of the Johnson bill ment will be a great argument in the river. to transfer to the Northern Judicial Circuit as successor to Judge preceding
other districts would be composed as hands of the steering committee; for. South of Helene, gangs are at workto States the white Republican officeholders Call, may be appointed to succeed the; carriage drawn by four splendid

'follow: if Sanford lobyists can point to the strengthen the weak places. ,Fifteen in the railway mail service Judge Gibbs. Other rumors here, horses, bearing the presidential party
First Munroe, Lee, DeSoto, Man fact that the Senator for Orange' hundred refugees are quarteredat who are persona non grata to the however, indicate that Bayard B. on the way to the White House; Mr.

atee, Polk, Hillsboro, Pasco, Herat county is ready to vote for the measures the refugee camp, in this city. Overthree white clerks and employees who have Shields, of the same city, or some Taft to sitting the to the right and Mr. Wilson
left then follows the
,do, Citrus, Sumpter, Lake. This takes in the Senate and one represen hundred who arrived early today been compelled by them to work under other attorney may be chosen. ; foot-
men and body guards the marine
Marion, Levy, Taylor and Lafayette tative of Orange county for the mess- came from the country adjacentto negro boss clerks. ;
band
from Sparkman. ure, it makesa pretty strong case, Wilson, Ark., where the bad breakoccurred The Southerners are determined t< THE POWERS ARE DIVIDED UP military band, national escort

Second-Baker, Hamilton, Cehn- and looks very much like Sanford Wednesday night force ',this issue holding that if tine oe bands, company after company of

bia, Suwanee, Bradford,. Alachua, Marion knew what they were 'talking about The Missouri at this point negro'clerks are to be placed in th AWARDING and military cadets.and marine men, cavelry men

Levy, Lafayette, Taylor, Madison when they said "the thing was fixed." three feet last night making the raise charge of cars, it should be in the and the The marching is so real
Jefferson. This takes the East And if this proves to be the case, six feet with forty-eight hours. The ,North, preferably in Massachusett graceful movements of the
Coast counties from Clark ad leavesthe it may be taken. as Senator Donegan'sannouncement The crest won't reach ,Omaha un- and other New England States. London, April 11.-Bulgaria is magnificent horese impresses one
field to L'Engle, resident of Jack that he will not be a .til Monday. The lowlands in both I The internal revenue as well as the making formal claims to the possession with the grandeur of the occasion.At .
sonville. candidate to siccd himself for,I i Omaha and China and Council Bluffsare postoffiee and customs service may be of Saloniki, now occupied by the Inaugural stand the seating; -

Third-Leon, Gadsden; Waknlia, under such circumstances. he could covered. The railroad is pouring completely reorganized by Secretary the Greek troops, according to an of the guests, the appearance of the

liberty, Franklin,, Calhoun, Jackson, not get votes enough" out' of Orange I water down the Missouri and cities McAdoo.. Many internal collectors Exchange Telegraph Company's dis Supreme Court Judges in their robes,
Holmes, Washington, Walton, Santa"Rosa county to carry him across Boggy,along the lower stretches may look have resigned and others are asking patch from Belgrade, Servia. The and the bringing in of the inaugural
Escambia The third would Creek. for very high water. ,when their successors will be appoint dispatch adds that Bulgaria is taking Bible presents an impressive picture.

:lose Jefferson and Madison, these going The Sentinel sincerely hopes thatit ed. The reorganization is likely to military measures to support her The President, arises, takes the oath
: to the Second. I will have to revise this survey of BUSINESS HOUSES TO RE-OPEN ,begin as soon as Col. W. H. Osborn claims, while Greece is concentratingher of office, kisses the Bible and delivers

Senator Himes, of Tampa, favors the situation but Senator Donegan's .of Greensboro, N. C., becomes commissioner army along the railway leadingto throw his address thir hats; the crowds cheer and
in the
air.
the submission of the reappointment telegram has the marks of a political Special to the Sentinel of internal revenue. Saloniki.
Cairo, Ill., April .-After being Vienna, April 11.-The com Mr. Bryan, Vice-President Marshall
powers
who
question to a joint committee and sharp shooter, is endeavoring to I Secretary McAdoo is studying custom
such a course probably will be taken. placate, criticism in advance. It will closed twelve days and all! the business : conditions at various ports with posing the triple alliance-Germany,, Oscar Underwood and other national

The good roads: enthusiasts held b e' noticed .that, IKr: Donegan is.the houses and saloons will be,permitted I the evident. purpose pursuing his Austria-Hungary and Italy-advocate figures are as easily recognized at
> '' all opetr4otiiorrW.T1tr4ood ,.. according ,to. the Neuc. .Freie i if they were actually seated on
l meeting in the Kail of the House d.ominatfng" factor on' the Senate to; l e 1ftt imnodnced "pOlicV 'of'Injectingnew a' platform
I situation is much better today and Presse, that Saloniki should be givento across the room from your viewpoint .
Representatives last night at which Committee, on county division matters blood" into the service or displacing
several speeches were made and listened -I I the residents of Cairo leeI'that the I officials not in accord with Bulgaria as compensation for the

to by most. of the members of It is an unusual proceeding for a danger over. Democratic principles. I cession of Silistria and a strip of Bulgarian 1- The procession leaving the inaugural -
Every effort throughout the flood territory Roumania. site is in the same order as incoming
the legislature u well as a large Senator to wire his views to the news : .
( section is now being directed toward Russia and France the but in the presidential
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number of interested e otsiders. papers of his county, on a measure STREET CAR STRIKE SETTLED on other car-
Speaker Farris, of Duval county, not yet out of the committee room. I avoiding any epidemic disease following hind, are of tin opinion that GreeceIshould riage Mr. Wilson is seated on the

presided at the meeting and will introduce Put ,two and two together and thee the disappearance of the water. Special to the Sentinel- I j have Saloniki while England I right and Mr. Taft to the left. The

the bills approved by th result is four. Orange county expects I All drinking water 'supply will be Buffalo, N. Y., April 11.-The| to favor the view of the triple crowds along the way cheering and
Florida State Good Roads Associa a square deal from their Senator and i thoroughly purified and lime will be street car strike is over. Tomorrowa alliance. waving hats, punctuates the picture

woe be unto him who betrays the confidence freely used wherever the over flow majority of the two thousand conductors It was announced a few days age with accuracy.
tion.The bills were introduced and discussed ,of the people. The days of i has occurred. motormen, linemen and trackmen that Greece had transferred a division It is one of the most instructive and

by J. M. Bam, H. B. Philips, political shopping are no more. who have been on a strike since of her army from the province of entertaining pictures that ever came<<
F. 0. Miller, J. W. White, Fred Smithand i CONDITION OF THE POPE. early last Sunday morning, will 'report Epirus to Saloniki. to Orlando. In addition to this, is

A. B. Dunning. ANTICIPATING ANOTHER FIGHT for duty. The decision was that great picture of Irish setting,
Several important bills have been Special to the Sentinel reached this afternoon after an all THE EMMANUEL BAPTISTS ARE "The Wives of Jamestown," showing:

introduced in the Senate. Special to The Sentinel Rome, April 11.-The Pope showsimprovement day session between Mayor Fuhrmanand HAPPY. I 1 political and social conditions 'in old
The list includes tonight over his condition Ireland four hundred years ago, and
: Mexico City, April 11.-It was representatives of the Traction
Senate, Bill by Zim-Providing for learned here tonight that Gertrudis ; of yesterday, but still is far from Company and strikers. About two weeks ago the Emmanuel Colonial days in America, and the

the establishment, bureau of labor Sancez, rebel leader, is in complete being convalescent. According to re The' company finally agreed to Baptists extended a call to Rev I sending of Irish girls to America to
statistics and for the appointment of possession of nine large towns and ports from the Vatican, the Cardiac I I recognize the union and meet with Preston Boyd, of Live Oak, Fla., to be sold as wives to the men of the
a commissioner;' committee on organized controls a large section of the state conditions is said to remain in a severe the committee of men in a few daysto become their pastor. Last evening! Colonies. There are many beautiful
labor. of Guerra. He is reported to be con- form and the attending physicians settle the schedule and working they received a telegram from him I views of woodland and streams in
Senate Bill by Stokes-To fix the inueing his campaign of forcing believe the weakness of his heart conditions. stating he accepted the call and.I. these reels. For this great and

maximum charge of persons, firms loans from merchants and forcing with consequent depression will con would conduct the services on Sun: wonderful entertainment. Mr. Ma-
and corporations engaged! in the telegraph Haicendies to supply him with source tinue for some time Observatore REBECCA LODGE grader holds to the old price of ten
business' in this state and to and supplies. Romano, official.organ of the Vatican II day.The members are pleased with the I cents down stairs and five cents for

provide a penalty for violation; committee Carranza forces are concentrating reported in this evenings issue that The Rebecca Lodge of this city the rapid progress they have, for th the entire gallery. He believes that
,
his holiness had been able to I by making these
on railroads and telegraph. at Monclavo in state of Cohuila anda get up better.half of the subordinate lodge, have only been organized two month. modest prices more
Senate Bill by Stokes-To for a brief period during the day. people will see these pictures of
declare and have
big fight is anticipated there when had some extra degree work on hand: a good membership a nd'
illegal provisions in contracts This was contradicted by later re their great value and as he has large seating
well
fixing federals under General Aubert arrive Thursday night and woman like, invited meetings are attended.
the of time ports, which said the Pope was able capacity and can give these
period in which suits maybe late this week.ELKS' the men to participate in the Their new pastor is a young man shows
instituted which shall be less than to sit up in bed while a maan was real The and comes to them highly recd he feels it his duty to place it withnd
said in his bed chamber. enjoyment. degree was conferred in the reach of .
the time fixed for the statute of mended talented all.CHICKEN
CONVENTION NEXT WEEK on two candidates and after as a preacher a ,
limitations of this state; committee I I a splendid Christian man.
i some informal social talks the lodge
on judiciary (B). Tallahassee, April .-Next 'Tuesday URGED TO MODIFY FREE SUGAR closed and refreshments were servedThose THIEVES. 1
Senate Bill by McClellan-For the at 10:30 a. m., the Florida Stand PLANS. I I present report an enjoyabletime. ENDORSES ROAD. -
creation of the county of Bay a Elks' Convention will meet in Tal Washington, April 11.-President 1 Sneak thieves Thursday night made

for the organization government lahassee. The following is part of Wilson was urged today to agree on: The subordinate lodge, the Camp The public road that is being agitated ;- a raid on the chicken coop of Dr.
thereof; committee on county organixation. the for the session modification in the tariff schedule on from Anderson in
program : i and the Rebecca degree lodge have is Brevard county to Orange the southeast part of
Tuesday, 10:30 a. m.-Address of sugar to make it discretionary with taken a great many new membersthis county beginning at Mims and: the city and carried away forty
Senate Bill by Davis-to amend welcome, D. M. Lowry, mayor; response the executive at the end of three I past winter and the lodges are in running to Six Mile Branch; thencethrough chickens.
the general statutes of the state rel l H. L. Bethel I Volusia The
years.Former splendid condition. county to the Sl same night a large number
ative'to the powers and duties of and Tuesday night-Reception to delegates Governor Alva Adams of Johns river and on to Orlando. At were stolen from a Mr. Christiansen

proceedure before referees; committee and visiting Elks. Colorado told the President that while BAD WEATHER MARS GAMES the meeting of Brevard County Commissioners in the same neighborhood.
on judiciary (B). the industry in his State could standa
Both
Wednesday morning-Election of at Titusville this week it these families will feel the
Senate Bill by Davis-To amend officers and the transaction of reduction to one cent a pound as resolved loss
other Special to the Sentinel was that the Board unanimously very maturely; especially the An.
the general statutes of the state relative business. now provided in the tariff bill, the New York, April 1L-A1 of the endorse the road and bridgeover !; dersons, who are people of modest
to the disposition of personalproperty Wednesday afternoonAutomobileride knowledge that sugar would be free games scheduled for today in the National the St. Johns river at the crossing circumstances and depended largely
under a lien; committee on about the city and surrounding at the end of three years woul havea League were postponed on account of the Orlando and Indian River. on their flock of chickens for fam
judiciary (B). country. depressing effect upon business during of rain. highway and that Messrs. L It. Paxton fly support

Senate Bill by Davis. To amend Wednesday night-Smoker. that period. American League J. & Kyzer and C. E. Simmons It will be well for neighbors and

the general statutes of the state relative 1 Thursday night-Elks' ball Robert Ewing Democrat: national At St. Lous{ -Detrot{ 6; St Louis{ be appointed as viewers of the Board officers to keep an eye windward for
to the duties of tax collector* The local Elks not commltteeman from Louisiana, discussed I I and
are sparing time,, I. report upon the same at next these thieves and It possible- send
and trustees of county bonds with trouble to make this the question with the President ( .
or expense convention At Cleveland-Chicago, 1; Cleveland meeting-TItugville Advocate them to the road gong for a few
rtftrence to money collected for pay* one of the biggest successes and took the same petition as 3. months. .

ing interest or for linking fund; comitt. m* of any ever held. The local lodge is former Governor Adams He went Philadelphia game with Boston, PROPOSES TARIFF BUREAU,
.. on finance and taxation. going to unusual expense (In arnng away with the Impression that the postponed on account of rain. NO SESSION TODAY.

Senate Bill by Cooptr-ProvldlD' tog for the pleasure of their visitors President was still carefully tonal I. New York-Wtshington game not Washington, April 11-A tariff statlical Washington, April l1.-Ntlthtr
for the sting that feature of the bill.
creation of Trabue county played on account of weather cot d1. bureau of five men to aid the the Senate nor the House was In Mt>
and for the organization and government WEATHER REPORT. Senator Thomas, of the finance lions, Ways and Means' Committee it pro lion today The Senate will reconvene
committee discussed
thereof; committee on county the tariff briefly posed In a bill prepared by Representative tomorrow and the house on
with the President
organization, Florida-Fair In northwest portland on A woman's idea of heaven I is a Peters Monday,

local rains in peninsular Saturday place where every day is a bargain
Let us write your Insurance on Sunday probably fair Saturday Evening Post Curtis In the
; day Armory last night the Has Sometimes
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A O'Neal bricks
that new building Curtis A O'Neal next post office Beens"
defeated the "Would
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ladison, and Charles Francis, by Lintolri WE ARE SHOWING A BEAUTIFUL ASSORTMENT OF
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Senate Committed in Which Orange A large acreage of velvet beans has

.Finance County and People Taxation Are-Interested Senators W. been planted this-year. Everything New ITS FAIR PROPOSITION;

F. Hines, 11th District, chairman; D. The watermellen crop this season .
A. Finlayson, 22nd District; C. E. Davis promises to be a very large one. TO ASSUME THAT YOU ARE :
10th District; F. M. Hudson, 13th .
District; J. E. Calkins, 16th District The mail carrier system of Palatka IN LACES, EMBROIDERIES, SHIRTS, KI- APPRECIATIVE OF THE VERY '
Constitutional AmendmentsSenators is to be enlarged and improved.The MONAS, UNDERWEAR. HEADQUARTERSFOR
Y. L. Watson, 6th District chairman *
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HOUSEHOLD GOODS AND SCHOOL BEST. WE ARE SPECIALISTS IN
; J. B. Johnson, 17th District; W. hotels of St. Augustine. aregradually i *
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M.Igou, 23rd District; A. E. Donegan, closing for the season. SUPPLIES.McCULLOCH'S. 't
19th District; D. A. Finlayson, 22d _Electrical Wireing and Motor Work
District. A movement is on foot in Jacksonville '

Banking-Senators John C. L'Engle, to erect a new armory for the NEWELL ELECTRICAL COMPANY .
18th District, chairman;,J. B. Conrda, national guard.At .
28th District; A. E. Donegan, 19th, ARCADE BUILDING ;
District; J. N. Wilson, 4th. District;. the recent city election ,held inS DEPARTMENT STOREOPPOSITE CHURCH ST. \
John P. Wall, 26th District. : Augustine, A. W. Corbett was t
PHONE 280
County Organization Senators elected mayor. POST OFFICE 1
Max M. Brown, 29th District; chair -
man; F. M. Cooper, 27th District; A. Farmers in Quincey are busy set- '
E. Donegan, 19th District; A. J. Me- ting tobacco. The Quincey Times says CALL and BE CONVINCED

Clellan, 25th District; W. H. H. Mc- everything points to a fine, large crop .
Leod, 30th District.MunicipalitiesSenators. this season. "LOWEST PRICES ALWAYS"
F. P. Cone .
TheBestistheCheapestSO t
14th District, chairman; E. L. Carney,
By a vote of 1,528 to 1,250 the'peopie .
20th District; A. S. Wells, 8th'District of Tampa rejected the commission --; "..
John C. L'Engle,18th District J. B. .I GET THE BEST OF. 'i
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Johnson 17th District government pre- LP I=-c. ,;;.:'- __.' &. .
pared by the Commission Government *..' :

League of that city. Paints and Wall Paper
Cost i
LOVE CAN SURVIVE My Mark Is ,
The Labor Temple Association in
A woman in Brooklyn is asking a Miami will at an early date begin THE 1912 WALL PAPER IN SAMPLES ; I

divorce and alimony from her us- the erection of a large and handsome Black IS GRAND AND I WILL BE PLEASED E t

band, a prosperous physician. She building for its own purposes in that Niger TO SHOW THEM. ALL YOU HAVE TO 4
says she married him when she wasa city. The temple will be erected of ,
DO IS TO TELEPHONE AND I WILL i
factory, girl and he a clerk with a reinforced concrete and will be three_ I
Email salary' Prosperity killed his stories high. 1234567890 BRING THE SAMPLE TO YOUR HOME.

love for'her, she dec areL .
It is one of countless cases. Povertyis '
stock of "
Inspect Shannibarger'B big
There is GEO. A. BARKER PHONE 268
also said to kill love. a tint.
famous adage to the effect that love Bicycle If you want anything in the Gents' 1a
flies out of the window when poverty I j,
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comes in at the door. I NOTICE Furnishing Line; now is the accepted -:
Neither. poverty nor prosperity kills la Circuit Cart 7th JidicUl Circuit Orange
love. It can, survive either; it can I Herbert Cotnty W. FUrida.Shorrock.VB. I
TimeWork
grow stronger when the access. of A. Viola Shorrock. Divorce LATEST STYLES I IN SPRING MILLINERY' .
riches or the i pinch of want. To A..Viola Sherrock: .
It is selfishness. that love cannot. It. Shorrock appears, herein from the duly.affidavit filed that of he HerbertW. b the '
survive, and the man or woman who complainant in the foregoing cause, that.the N. CLACK ROBERTSONS[
I respondent A. Viola Shorrock fa a nonresident
neglects and forsakes, with the ad- of the State, of Florida, residingas I
affiant believes,somewhere in the state
vent of either riches, is I Laces
povel'o/ or. of Massachusetts but ,that her exact residence Embroideriesand
one whose "love" was. only selfloveall and post office address are to affiant .
I unknown: that she is over the age of twentyone ... .
the time. years and that there is no person with- ., -
in the State of Florida, known to affiant, the I Dress Materials fi
I service of a subpoena upon whom would bind
It probably is just as well that a said respondentVon are therefore ordered to appear to this of extending the trolley line I coming of the Methodists will certainly l .
man's facilities for kicking himselfare bill on Monday the 2nd day of June, A. D. I be
Electric a wonderfull thing for the
of the St. Johns Company sum- r
1918 the same being a rule day of this court!!
hopelessly'inadequate.The It. is further ordered that this notice be Anastasia Island ,from South', mer colonists. I
published for eight consecutive weeks in the!ion I i
r South Florida Sentinel a newspaper pub i I Beach to the site of the Methodist!. MISSES HILTON & BUM
phraesology is being contin- ,lished in Orlando Florida. B.
: George Cortelyou has been elected
Witness B. M. Robinson Clerk of the Circuit ;,assembly, is progressing splendidly -!
ually enriched by synonyms for I Court and the seal thereof. this the llth and it is likely that. in.,a very short I a director of the National Bond i
"bonehead." But the supply of day of April. A. D. 1911B.. M. ROBINSON I I time cars will be running over it on & Mortgage Insurance Company. Agents for Barclay Corsets

"boneheads"' continues to be largelyin I By M. A. HOWARD D.Clerk.C. r h du1e. This will make a big changein I II .- .
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excess of the language required to STARBUCK A STARBUCK. affairs for St. Augustine and the Subscribe for the Sentinel. I
Solicitors for Complainants.
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'The all-important: question of Furniture. You'll readily admit that you


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false no reckless advertising -
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muck, rake. The: Word trust has several meanings. The one. we refer to means confidence, faith andre;

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

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Daily TODAY IS VOTERS DAY FLORIDA FRUITS IN FOREIGN

'i South Florida Sentinel Today the voters-of Orlando will by MARKETS-
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' MORNING AND WIlILY their ballot express their approval or Baltimore, Md., April 3, 1913.
disapproval of the proposed new Editor Orlando Sentinel:
Eattrtd at the poet offlct It Orlando charter for the city. American consuls in European citIes
; Florid u Second Out MaO Matter. }
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The Sentinel does not assume to are waking up to the importance J'' "
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. 8UB8CUPTION RATH I advise the voter, or dictate to him I Florida fruits, and are beginning to
what he should do in this matter. The I urge shipments of such fruits to those When You Choose" ,
F THE DAILY SENTINEL voters of this city are of more than cities, in order to increase our foreign -
p t c One year ........... ..........$5.00 average intelligence and think for I trade and meet a growing de
Six Months to....to to to ....... 2.50 mand. .
themselves and no doubt have their It is slowly but surely dawn- '
Three Months It to.......to .... 1-25 Gift of '
y minds made up in this matter. ing on the world that there are no a Jewelry
The Sentinel took in the and
l' 87 MWI carrier IB Orlando M cute Oaf no part oranges grapefruit quite as good
f _11th, Dour and Sunday.Tb drat mass meeting beyond giving publicity aft those grown in Florida, and that
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f Orlando Morelnf Sratlnd can bt loud to the facts as they actually reputation must be.spread and main
M oak IB Orlando at Curlti 4 OWttTi Book transpired, and editorially said thatit tained.
Eton favored commission government if Consul-General Diederich at Antwerp THEN YOU MAKE A LASTING GIFT THAT MUST

W wlIL appnelate prompt complaint ifMircrr It was shown to be applicable and ad Belgium, has just reported that BEAR EVERY TEST OF TIME AND JUDGMENT AND
tx it not properly made by our carriers.Aderrtblni antageous to as small cities as Orlando grape-fruit is known to but few in TASTE. WHEN YOU SELECT FROM THE STOCK OF

rates will bt furabhed OB ap> and that changing the funda- that country, and he suggests that EVANS YOU ARE SECURE. FOR HERE EVERY PIECE,
tlicatlon. mental principles of a city govern- "with the co-operation of an active
EVEN THE MEREST TRIFLE-IS CHOSEN BY EX-,
I THE WEEKLY SENTINEL ment was of enough importance that agent a good business might be built
Tor year, by mail postage paid ........11.00 the people could afford to approachthe up in this Florida specialty." He PERTS WHOSE KNOWLEDGE AND TASTE HAVE WON
Addrev THE SENTINEL Orlando Florida.
subject with caution and deliber sends a list of leading Antwerp fruit RECOGNITION.THE .
4 Office 107 Court Street Arcade Building
Phone 24J. ation; and this paper has consistently dealers, which may be had from the BEAUTY, THE STYLE, THE WORKMANSHIP,
adhered to that position and that is Bureau of Foreign and Domestic Commerce ARE ALWAS THE BEST.EVANS' .
1'v. F. SCHUMANN, Editor. our position today.Commission Department of Commerce, .'
y. JOSIAH FERRIS Proprietor. government is growingin Washington, D. C. FAIR AND MODERATE PRICES ARE AS FA-
popularity and is becoming the established -! Florida growers or dealers who MOUS AS EVANS' BEAUTIFUL AND EXCLUSIVE DESIGNS .1

SATURDAY, APRIL 12TH, ,1913. rule of many cities. Recog wish to introduce grapefruit into COMPARISON OF VALUES INVITED.T.H.Evansthe :..4
nizing these facts, the state legislature Belgium should at once get busy and
Whoever selected the diamond as will pass a permissive statuteso address inquiries to the said Bureau,
"; the stone for April mast have been that cities and towns may make and they will be furnished with the

.- an ardent "fan". their charters without first going to names and city addresses of the lead-
o the legislature, so that it is more than ing fruit dealers in Belgium's great

The stock market bears say that likely that Orlando will in the near: commercial center, Antwerp, one of
even the sun and moon are too high future adopt commission form, if it the wealthiest cities of Europe. Thereis
and must come down. does not today. no doubt that the Florida grape-
'o !! The committee in charge of the fruit, which is referred to by Cousul- JewelerOPPOSITE
Pretty slow times down in Honduras work suited their action to present General Diedrich as "a Florida spec
when the president of the republic has laws, and acted deliberately, getting ialty" will be popular all over Europe

1: to die ignominiously in his own bed. information from every possible ,when it is known. The people there POST OFFICE
o source, and then sorted out what they like something with a bitter twang tot
It is much easier to holler down to thought best suited to the needs of as witness the immense and in- EXPERT REPAIRING AND ENGRAVING.

your wife to come up and find your Orlando under present conditions, and creasing use of bitter beers, liquors,
spring clothes than to go through the submitted their report to the citizensat absinthe, etc. In grapefruit they
closet yourself. a mass meeting, and here ended would have apleasant, tonic bitter
o their responsibility.At that would help and not hurt them
With banks carrying over two million both mass meetings the Citizenswere like so many of the drinks used there.
dollars of deposits and bumper urged to be present. At these As a matter of fact, grapefruit at
crops maturing, Orlando presents a old fashioned town meetings public breakfast is said to be the usual
;t, promising prospect questions are discussed and a better bracer for swell society people of
SILK
STOCKINGS
4a o understanding is obtained. The committee Washington and elsewhere when they

The Pennsylvania, railroad offers a in charge were among Or- wish to remove "that dark brown
z; ferry boat for sale. This would be lando's best business men and heavytax taste the next morning" after some ,
i much safer than a canoe for a fellowto payers and naturally had the best big blowout
lily
take his best girl out in. interests of the community in view The committee on expositions in
o and worked to that end. Congress has approved the project of

The back-to-the-land movement is Both the editor and the proprietor a Permanent Exposition at Washington .
all right, but to make it really popular of the Sentinel are liberal taxpayers in which all the States shall be For Day
tiled bathrooms are needed for In the city of Orlando, and werewil invited to erect, on government property :
; the crossroads farmhouse. ling to rest their case with the committee in that city, buildings of their
t o and are now willing to leave .own, in which will be displayed and
Fifty dollars is the value placed it to the good judgment of the voter. samples of the fruits and other resources -

upon the loss of an eye by a memberof I We have faith in our fellow men and I I of the United States. This
5 the aldermanic board of Yonkers. believe in their honest intentions.The exposition to be free, although the EveningWear
P He must have t real good one left committee had no personal inter. state will doubtless have the right to
e o estinthematterand although they ad. sell space in the exhibition buildings.
The budget system will never be ed on the instruction and at the solicitation It[ would be of immense value to Florida
popular in this country unless it of those responsible for the firstmass to have such a building at Washington -

hastens the day when every little meeting, yet they will be satis where great multitudes of visitors -
village gets its marble post office. fied with the verdict of the people at are always coming and going.
1 o the polls, regardless of what that Orange county must necessarily havea
Not much excitement over the dies verdict is. They were simply servants room in that building, and in that

a tion of President Poincare but the of the masses and did their dutyas event, her splendid grapefrupit, or- Our Personal Guarantee
French President is an ornamental i they saw It. anges and other products will be placed
s, funtionary, though Premier being the Not in many months has there been before representatives of all na-
real head of the state. such an effort to bring about a get tions. Accompanies Every Pair
o together spirit, and get busy spirit LINDSAY S. PERKINS.
In Orlando as today, andevel1manlsInterested
An Ohio legislator is promoting}
bill neck in doing that which will 1 THE MASS MEETING
morality by a putting high
dresses on the women. While he I is prove of greatest value to the greatest Marion B. Ives
number of .
people.At
r about it he should get out another The mass meeting is the people's
R the close of this election there
b, putting blinders on, the men. forum. The mass meeting is an
will be no sore spots nor pangs of dim '
o American institution. The idea
}: was
appointment, all will smile right
,
fr A newspaper is considered a splendid go born in the breast of a liberty loving
ahead working to evolve forth
index to whether a town is live greater and better Orlando.plans people who had been denied the privilege EXCLUSIVE MILLINERY PARLORS
; or not. Read the Sentinel from beginning of free speech That idea came
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to end and judge for yourself across the waters and was planted at
whether Orlando is asleep or not OPENING OF BASEBALL SEASON Plymouth Rock and at Jamestown. Second FloorIs
t ----0 That Idea brought the early people

4r They lay the fourth class postman This week marked the opening of together within the stockades when it
t ten sro burning midnight oil getting the baseball season In the National l was necessary to take action against
ready for those civil service ixsmlnitions and American leaguer Sixteen roam the warfarlng Indian. That Idea
1' Moro likely It is burned whilethey will struggle until early in October wrought the people together in mass not the grand stand that is keep.
write long letters to their eonfrtssmin for the two championships, and thon meetings In villages and towns when ing the icon card that shall be en
will come the world's series Indic self respect and self preservation diced on the pages of history; It is
o Ions in both leagues point, to dos nude !it ncccuary to throw off the the rank and file, that groat body of SERVED FREE

A Now York Court a reitiu and exciting ricoi In tho American n yoke of the mother country Thee commoner who never think of what
rant proprietor Is responsible mays for league the Philadelphia Athletics anA voice of the people in the msss meetIng will bOlt call forth applause from tho

ti overcoats hung up In the room expected to give the Boston Rod Sox in old Concord Church was heard grind stand, but what will bring most
man should certainly hive something ho present world's champions, a I around the world. The msss meetings good to tho mami Maxwell House

left after tipping the waiter,-tan. tussle for first honors, although mom -or si they were then called Tho masses in Orlando iro in no t,
aster Morning News, critics. also believe that Washington the town meetings of early New mood for foolishness Tho people
o will be in the running. In the England days changed the map of the who are investing their money in the
National league it looks as though it world and enlarged human rights as building of a city which promises tot BlendTHE
The Florida press has not yet waked would be a race between the New nothing ever before or since has done. one of the greatest in Florida, will
vp to the importance of this action York Giants, last year's pennant winners It was not the man who sulked, in tolerate no nonsense and will not long
fa congress looking to the establish. and Pittsburg The teams have his tent or balked in the path give ear to pipe dreams. The substan- WORLD'S BEST COFFEEAT
Bent of
permanent state exposition returned to their respective cities of duty who wrote American tial, trustworthy and reliable citizens
buildings at Washington city better fro mtheir winter quarters and managers history. The names of the vascilat- have in mind the idea of getting together -
adapted to that purpose than even club owners and players figure ing and halting are not preserved in I in honest sober judgment,

t New York. that the coming season will be one oi the records of time. with one common purpose-that pur The Pure Food Storeting
o the most successful in the history of The same kind charity that consigned pose for the betterment of the city,
Grapefruit is known to few in Belgium America's national game from a playing their bodies to the dust, hid and the enlargement of the people's
z and Consul General Diederichauggesta and financial standpoint away their weakness and failures., rights and comforts. Scare cards
that with the cooperation of: History ever repeats its self. To-1 1 I and "keep out" notices will be con- "

an active agent a good business mightbe According to a statement made day, as then, the people rule and their signed to the rubbish pile. up tents, feeding of the people NOTICE D. A. R, APRIL 10, 1913-
built up in this Florida specialty the secretary of the federal treasurer by voice will be heard. Today, as then, the show as given in ring, the most -
He sends a list of leading Antwerpfruit the weakling, the back slider and the wonderful picture ever put before the The
Austrian will regular monthly
have meeting
soon nickel CIRCUS COMING of
dealers which be had from
may man of two opinions is without standing public
the
t pennies and halfpence. A communication Daughters of the American Revo-
Y the Bureau of Foreign and DomesticCommerce. has been sent to the imperial; in his community, and eventually The entire length of this film is overa lution will be held at they home of
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is a man without a At the Favorite Monday and TuesdayThe mile.
country. Today
Miss
Slcmons
mint authorities asking them to submit 115 West Church St.
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I -0 as then it is the man who, with firmness Favorite will on Monday and and this theater has been to a big ,
designs for the new coins. It on Saturday, April 12th, at three .
American rag time music for the it explained that the penny piece i Is and determination goes ahead Tuesday, April 14th and 15th, two expense in getting this great play visiting Daughters cordially p. mAll
;F royal procession at the opening of to be about the size of a shilling and and doesthings without reference to days only, have the most wonderful and as we still hold the title of a 5 vited to literary hours at four o'clock.-
k parliament has called forth a number the hall' personal ambition or selfish motives feature ever shown in Orlando. cent play house it will be necessaryfor
penny about the size of a
a of protests in the English press. Now six that writes his name indellibly on the Miller Brothers 101 Ranch and cir us to charge 5 and 10 cents for .
this circumstance can be made the pence. pages of history and ingratiates himself cus combined in five reels, showing these two nights only. Thereafterthe Elmer K. Bolton, of Philadelphia,
basis for closer relations, rather than o into the affections of the people,I the I home life on the big ranch, rid- price will be a nickel. has been awarded a traveling fellow
a menace of star, by diplomatic assurances When a woman goes into a cigar and the whispers of the evil thinker, ing of bucking bronchos, leaping froma ship by Harvard for research in chemistry
from our state departmenthat store with a man she feels much as nor the cries of the vain egotist can running horse to the back of a wild Revenge generally proves a boomerang at Berlin.
1 many of our best citizens have he does when he has to take lunch! change his views, or cause him to de steer, girls riding buffalo and steers, I --
1 been protesting against ragtime for with her in a department store restaurant viate from duty. the rounding up of ten thousand cat-. I Money to loan on Improved
number of I Orlando is writing tIe ,the circus in full unloading,'put.e : prop.
a years. history now. It Subscribe for the Sentinel ntr. S. Y. WAY.tfThe

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the nice cool kinds, to make

; .4o dresses and waists, and we SHOES

know the prices are right. We have the best shoes that

Come in and see them.MEN'S money can buy, and we can give

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

\\4Jo FUL PORTRAIT THAN ANOTHER ? BECAUSE HE shoe. Let us show you. Our

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KNOWS HOW TO "CATCH" THE ONE WHO POSES IN SHIRTS
' prices are as low as is possible
THE MOST ATTRACTIVE ATTITUDE.
WHY DOES ONE
We also have
STORE CHOOSE BETTER DRESS GOODS THAN a nice line of"ECLIPSE" on the present high leather mare

o o ANOTHER ? BECAUSE THE BUYERS IN THAT STORE Shirts for summer. k e t.

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
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SELL FOR CASH, AND DON'T LOSE ANYTHING BY BAD them.

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A. H. Henry, of Buffalo, N. Y., is Mr. Lewis A. Brimmer left for his till 11111 11111 11111 alii 11111 11111
WADE in Orlando looking over the city andhas home in Chicago yesterday.Mr. 11111 11111 11111 limiMIIIMIIilllllMliilit .

some idea of starting a steam
THE TUNER
ORLANDO FLA. bakery. D. S. Docker left the city yesterday -
for his home in Pine Bush,

Miss Roselle Cooley arrived in the N. Y.Mr..

city yesterday afternoon from Jacksonville
Mr. John Hamilton, of Fostoria, and is the house guest of Frank C. Ralle, of Georgetown, Yowell'sSPECIALS
Ohio, is in the city, for a few days on Miss Sara Slemons. S. C., departed for his home last Si
business. "night

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Mrs. Mary Moon and son, Harryof Mr. J. Hancstein, one of OrlandQ'swinter
in the city for a few days. Mr. Saulsis
Taft in the guests, started yesterday for
were city yesterday
real
estate of
a man that thriving I
transacting business. his home in Beford, Indiana.
J little new town. FOR

MBP. Mr. Joseph Irish of DesMoines, la.,
Bishop Gray, after spending two 0. Johnson, wife and daughters, is prospecting for farm lands in Orange -
days with his family, leaves the city of Pittsburg, who have been at points
county and is well pleased
this morning for mission pointa. South of here, are in the city for a with the outlook. very

few days stay. MONDAY TUESDAY EDNESP1Y

Among those who bade good bye Mrs. U. P. Huxford and daughter,
J. 0. Fentworth came from I ,
up who have ,
to Orlando friends yesterday was been in the city for a number
Mrs. E. W. Miller Tampa last night and will spend a: of weeks left
of Wilmington, b I I last night for their
few days in Orlando before returning
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home in Ashville
N. C.
to his home in Cleveland, Ohio MIHMMMMMMIM
H. B. Smith, of,Lansing, Michigan, ---- I
came to Orlando yesterday and will Mr. L G. Starbuck is in Tallahassee to Jesse G. Jones, of Joplin, Mo., came 500 yards Pure Linen, Plain and Russian Weave, Ratina in Black,
spend several weeks in Orange cos n- on legal business and will' also I j I I Orlando last night for a brief stay Crash Light Blue and Pink with Pin
and will weaves Natural color
look ,
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over farm lands in Or- .
ty. spend some time in the legislative Stripe, the latest showing for
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halls in helpingto.preaerPe the hon- ange and Osceola counties. only. 36-inch., 50c value, for one piece and Norfolk suits, 35

Henry W. Webber, of Oberlin, 0., or::and.iategrityuof-old. Mrs. N. J. Burt- 'this Sale, per yar d'; and 40c quality, for this sale,
who baa been spending a few days in r Orange'l, and Mrs. Emma per.yardPoplins . . . . . . . . .

last the city night, returned to his home city E 0. Eberly and wife, who have i I several, who months have, been have in gone the to city their for: _________

been on the east coast several months, home in Belleview, Ky.
are in Orlando for a few days andsay 400 yards 36-inch Natural
Mr. Horace Allison, of Michigan, that the mosquitoes were so bad Mr. G. E. Piques and
is in Orlando Saunders packed his The kind for Corduroys
and will spend several long coats,
on the east coast that it is a reliefto trunk and started for his home COlor.l 18
Orange weeks in county.looking over the timber of get to Orlando. New York yesterday after a pleasant in and suits, regular 30 C in Lavender, Pink, Blue and 9

winter in Orlando. White. Extra values
value, for this sale, per for 40c. .
A masterpiece of motion
:Mr. T. P. Robinson reurned his will be seen at the Lucerne photography Mrs. R. D. Mulholland- of Clear- This Sale, per yardHIIIIHilMMMIMMMMIIilllillMIIMiltttt. . . . .
from
morning Jacksonville, where he
Theater this afternoon and tonight, mont, was in the city yesterday. Mrs.
spent yesterday on business I
ed with his photographic connect-I it 154 the inauguration of President :Mulholland at one time conducted a '
Woodrow Wilson. It is the most realistic ladies furnishing: store in this city.
I
ever and will be exhibited today -
W. G. Moore, of Vermont, is in Orlando for the first time in Orlando. Mrs. Henry Frost and daughter, If you happen to be one of those ladies who for some reasonor
and will, after a few days stay,I of Chicago who
have been enjoying
go to points further south, returning Mrs. W. S. Richardson, who for( I!;.'Orlando climate for several months other.have never been able to find in ready-to-wear suits and

to Orlando in about two weeks. many years has been a winter returned'day. to the Windy City pastebeen _- one-piece dress goods just exactly what you desire, we want you to
visitor to Orlando, and who has i'
Mrs. Mary W. Calvert, who has stopping at the Child's House ,havej I I step in this live store and see our display on SECOND FLOOR. _
been spending the winter in Orlando returned to their home in Greenville, Mr. George Cooper, of Cooperville,
is enjoying a short visit in Tampa before Ohio. Like all the rest of our winter N. Y., on his way homeward from
returning to her home in Louisville residents Mrs. Richardson ordered the St Petersburg, stopped off at Orlandoand '_ '
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der that she may keep in touch the sights.
Mr. G. H. Miller, who has been a Orlando doings. -
guest in the city for several weeks I Dr. W.'S. Burkhart, owner of an

started northward last night and will Miss Elizabeth Branham is spending extensive proprietary medicine' establishment The Big White .StoreS
make several stops in the State before the week in Washington, D. C.I in Cincinnati, Ohio, is in the
his final departure. city visiting his sisters, Mrs. Allen
The Sullins Conservatory, of Bristol
Cohoon and Mrs. Kirk Gordon.
Va., is giving their students a;
Mrs. R. E. Daughtry and little son, trip to the Capitol City, which is notonly -
Edwin, of Orlando, are visiting R. 0 a pleasant recreation for them,I Reverend and Mrs. Lucien A. Sp enLeads in
cer have returned from a two Style Quality and Price
Meek and family this week. Mr. but is educational also,I as it gives ,
visit to the National
Daughtry is expected tonight He is them .a chance to study the mannerin Capitol, where
Mr. Meets cousin.-Fort Mr. Spencer was called on mattersregarding
Mead which the different branches of the
his work among the Seminoles.
Leader. -
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HHMIIIIItttHMMMIIIIIIIIIiHtHllilHHMM1 I Mr. R. M. Wigton-and wife, who GOOD. WORK MULES naasaam
left for their home in Detroit yes- I

:terday. Mr. Wigton has been conducting WELCOME TO
THE
OAKlAND
t I the Arcade Pressing Club in .
-< < 'connection with Mr. Rex Daniels of For Sale by ROYAL PALM'BARBER
this city.
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.... I I H. G. HarperSouth THE CAR SHOP
I Dr. Truman Green, a former popular
.
FOR COOL COMFORT : young man of this city, but Hughy St. Phone 534 THAT EVERYBODY Modern
,who is now with H. B. Hardinbury and Complete.
& Company, of New York TALKING Everything
White was in new, individual
Serge Palm Beach and
f Orlando yesterday of all kinds and electric
shaking hands Hauling plowing attachments at every
Mohair Suits. Swell line oft with friends. He will be rememberedby ABOUTASK chair. No stone has been left

Flannel Trousers I many as a kind hearted, whole carefully looked after. unturned to make this shop

SCRUGGS & DICKSON scaled good fellow. FOR DEMONSTRATIONSEE meet th erequirements of the

thikoi GIVE US A TRIAL most particular. Plenty of
The Men's Outfitters I You should only of what room. Courteous attendants.
". can be saved as between I
; HM *f But Sdufcur ui Muz CbtUafHMIHIttl different ELIJAH WHITEHEAD
: articles and their uses, but as between Bishop Rhinelander preached at I MAGRUDERI ,
Proprietor.
,:: : I different stores and buying seasonsas Harvard on Sunday last, and will conduct .
( well Read the advertisments in morning prayers during the cur I Orange Ave, Orlando, FIs.

y1... The Sentinel closely and constantly rent week.

."" 4 j every day and they will help you
keep your cost of living down to a Madame Labori, wife of the fam ! HYBR! Mrs. Elvira Beals, a Socialist; has
minimum. They will direct you to ous French lawyer, has written an > Manufacturer of Artificial been elected to the school board in
the right store at the right time. opera, just performed at Monte Car \ Stone, Fancy Columns and Berkeley, CaL '
t lo. | Ornamental Work -

t I Have you subscribed for the Daily i Livingston and Railroad Franklin Matthews, of New York,
*** Morning Sentinel If not, why not? I II I Subscribe for the Sentinel has been nominated for an alumni
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Many persons regard booingcough :Bubett Boosted (clittifted advertisements '' w
as tedious and annoying, but \ ) received after 10 o'clock; a good quick ,:
quite without serious importance. 'j midnt,:will be run,in the"Too Arcade Restaurant. ,I''I'tl
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to Clasclfy"column..
Unfortunately that mistake often I Boosters of five lines; or less- 4.12 tf II II
leads to the neglect of the disease it-']proximately 80 words-one time, '
self and the failure to isolate then (six,daily and one weekly editions two unfurnished.
patient properly. Recent statistics <$1.00(one month, $3.00. to October, or.by the
show that of the children under one E. Pine St. ll-3t C1DI1L1CFOR
year of age who have whooping- BUY a lot in Thornton Park, a
( suburb in east of the to know that
part city
cough, one in four dies. The mortality Jensen. 'under the new
decreases rapidly with advanc- be kept open all
ing age,and at five years of age, only OAK HILL is the beautiful subdivision rates will be I
to the Northeast of the summer season.,
one patient in fifty dies. Ten thous- city .
I still have some choice lots there.Carl Ethel McMakin.
and children die of this disease every Jensen.

yeaer in United. States.
Even when whooping-cough does Wanted-Spare books, ma ..
not'reSult fatally, it is still to be etc. I Sham arger's Free I' SALE:
Room and Library. 4-3 -
dreader, for it may be followed by .
consumption, since the patient'spowers 'WANTED position as ,
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of resistance often caretaker and collector for
are greatly
resident property owners. By man
weakened by the violent and exhausting experience'who can give it dose at i '
cough. tention. ,Address. Collector; Sentinel 1 ,
The disease is bigly contagious 4-
though the offending germ 'has not
WANTED-Old Minion rea '
t yet ,been discovered. Consequently, making them as good as new. -
the mother or the nurse of a child ones made to order by the latest improved
with whooping-cough ought never to French process and ..
take .it. tnto pubJc.conveyances, or proof .backing Dame and put address on them.to H. STOCK ... .or -"- '" - f..- '"
'to entertainments, or send it to schoolor :n, and I will call and take y : . ;. ?, < .
to church anywhere, in short, : M ,
where it will expOse other children to I
FOR SALE-New
seven-roon
; the infection. with aU I modern hripr.ov 6t'I
F The 'disease begins like a simple 13,000. Will take'automobile In : Mari. Run 6,000 miles
f cold in' the head that rpaidly goes to I pay. Address Owner, care I II I,I I perfect con-
the chest. The cough is at first short Thus IS
FOR SALE-About four
acres, I
r and sharp, but gradually increases in trees seven years old, on lake Ad ;1 1 1 dition. Car complete not a defect.
severity and occurs in paroxysms.At ten minutes walk from Orange ,
the end of one of these attacks on Apopka road. See owner on tI 1
the air is pumped completely out of I ises. Sam M. Cooley Am leaving Orlando. Must S ell.

the I
lungs and the child feels that he For Exchange or Sale -
must take a deep breath at once. But For acreage or other property Hand
now a spasm of the,larynx occur and Orange or Lake Counties for., I
only a small opening ii left for the air dw.Wngd fa Plttsbur ",'Pa.
,b geed rent Afl modern taltbo Son
to enter. Through this opening the = Own. handled separate if
child draws hit'.breath, and thus y LAddratt to E. Hand
makes the peculiar noise or "w'oop"that I F. JOSEPH BAEHN'
JnAW-17" !
Orlando I
gives the disease its name. I OF COM.

s. Often vomiting follows a severe attack LOST-Diamond horseshoe pin. i FUR. I .. '. '- . . .r .
4; of coughing, and sometimes there I. er please return to San Juan :
is nosebleed or hemorhage from the I"and claim reward. 94t.
i throat or into the eyes. AND SEE US t
Never neglect the treatment of WANTED-Young lady to act
whooping-cough. At present, we book keeper and saleslady. '\ ,' .
ence required. Apply Singer
know oj no cure for the disease, but Machine.Co.. , / .
the child should always be under the :
care of a physician, who can do muchto WANTED business partner In' SEEGook
business : 1 .
manufacturing with
mitigate the
severity of the cough, established trade. Need more ,
Q. and to prevent serious complications. and will take partner or will make
stock company with $15,000 to $20000 : : Automobile Co.
capital. Plant up to date and i I ,
Before you go north for the sum- '. .
k excellent condition. Address
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mer, don't fail to let as send you the facturer, In care of Sentinel I Shampoo; '
Weekly Sentinel It will ,keep you Scalp Massage. . '
thoroughly posted on the happeningsin For Sale-New modern & 'Ires store I Orlando, Florida
this section.. Call at the omCe and six rooms' and bath on .
avenue. Will sacrifice for quick and Central l '
p let costs us aY:;show dollar you' a year.a copy. It''only Apply ',306 North Orange avenue.4-6 yenues. (_ 'utsissssi: =. ::::::: :...J : :: ::: : :::::::: :::::::::::,,:,::,: :


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ny $40, $35 and $25 LACES $1.75 values at . . . . . . . . .. . . . . . . . 75c

1'1'I I COAT SUITS at' 25 and 30 cent Yals at . . .. . .10 and 15 cents per yard. .90 values.at ... . ... . . . . . . . . . . . .. 80c

All Over Laces, $1.25, $1.50, $3.00 and $4.00 values at 95c, .60 Bandings at . .. ... . .. .. . . . . .. .. . . 25c
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$5.00 and 6.00LINGERIE

rs 60c Linens at . . . . . . . . ... . . .. . .. ... 45c '
25, 30 and 40 cent Laces at 10,15 and 25 cents per yard. ,
WAISTS 50 and, 35c Voiles at . . . .... . . .. .... .. .. ... 25c

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35c Etamine at . . .. .. i . . .. . . .. . .... 25c

at $2. 5 0 Embroidery Dress Patterns at Cost 25c Momette at . .. .. . .. .,.. .. .. .. ... .... .. 20c

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PUBLIC AUCTIONAT
Tenn., April 11.-
Amid the great activity of preparation .
for the Confederate Reunion in
this} ; city, May 27-29, inclusive, of -
come the greatest task is establish.I
merit.. of Camp Stewart, named for I r S. E. Lesher's Jew lry
the famous Confederate general,
welch is to be the home of the vet.I
erans while here. Located in one of In order. to quit business I will offer my entire stock at
the city's largest parks and .on i Und

next to it, the amp, f9r which 1,400 Sale Opeis Saturday, April 5th at 2,3 ml ?,3 1 p.mJ i! ,
large tents-each with room for,eightor
cots-and 12,000 cots ,have .
more : Until all goods are sold.
been obtained, will be quite a town- initielf. I .
Arrangements for the veterans
stay are being put on'the basis :. BILLY NOONEY, I
of,: comfort, pleasure, I and health in I 1 ,
every possible way. The camp is lo. -
coed on land which has belonged to -
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the government for many years and 44: ...........;........ .. .:" .6..1... . -...: . . . . . . . . . . ... .-. ... . . .: ,
right next to the beautiful National ;
.cemetery with its rolling lawns, beau
x 'tlful t, trees and fine monuments. A IF YOU WANT THE
large part of the tract to be occupiedby
the! camp Is also well wooded and de
will be cool. IN "T-
With two or three committees of
experienced, energetic>citizens work. THE LINE OF UP TO DAT1\DRY GOODS_ CLOTHING,

ing out various details, the intention IUD. AND SHOES,' ALSO LADIES READY TO. WEAR
and effort is to make Camp Stewart : . -
the1 belt camp ever furnished by any D,..'OFALLDKCRIPTIONSCOMETORSALO.HON. :' .
for the Confederate rioa.! .1- -
city re CO.
SATISFACTION GUARANTEED OR MONEY
The tents will be along regularlylaid < :
out streets, which will have REFUNDED. I
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names on guide posts and each tent \ :
will :be numbered, so as to be easily ; !
found. Every veteran will be furnished .
a badge showing, besides his B. Salomon Florida
name and regiment, the camp street ,

and street number where he should . . . . . . . ..... . . . . . . . . . . . .
; ; - - - ..
'be. . . . .. . . . .... . . . . . . . .... . . . . . IlllilllCapital . .
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The mess tent will be 160x120 feet
in size, the largest the committee -
could, possibly secure, although 'they !
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would The have kitchen liked and a larger pantry one.building, iiLMDo( o81 K li
o a
about' 20x100 feet in size, will adjoin 1 OMP A .., .
the meas tent. This will include a cold : "J.Y.L- -. --. -
storage plant and steam heating :

plant, as the larger items of cook.ing' art Surplus and Undivided Profits $120W1W.Total .
will be done in water heated by
live steam. Resources over Tbree-jiarters of a NEW AND

the mess tent will accommodate
about: 2,200 people at one time, having Report. of, the Condition Customers and
over",2,000'lineal, \ feet, ( tables., 1Throughout Bank t and Trust Co,
the.park will be about Delivery
From
f4 Report to
eighteen public comfort stations and ;
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ten wash''houses. there' is much j er Feb 4,1913RESOURCES :aa'Ti-
underground work necessary in prep ", ;
aration for proper sanitation and car. L._ ji Loans.and Discounts .... I !
lying of water; About'two, miles of I -l Overdarfts. ............. .
water pipesseventyfive must be laid. Some Stocks .and Bondi ......
water barrels will be r Real Estate, Furniture
scattered through the camp and iced fixtures ... .........
frequently.To Cash on hand and in t
illustrate how much help will 1&7" .
necessary during the reunion, each <
comfort. station must have an attend- 1i LIABILITIES Orlando. .

ant on hand constantly, and several Capital Stock .......... ,:;
men will be required to look out for> Surplus and

the water barrels, in order that there Profits .... ..........
be plenty of cool water at all times.It . Deposits ... ...........
is estmated that seventy-five men .. M'f'g'r
working two weeks can put up the
tents. _
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The camp will be brilliantly lighted I _' i ,- We invite the attention x
with arc lamps in the streets and incandescent tomers and friends to YOU BUY y'
bulbs in the tents. Some : above and wish to,
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three miles of wiring and installationof we appreciate their .
5,000 lamps will'be necessary. : ..j ask for a continuance of I a morning prominent to hardware j"
In addition to the general mess tent Don't forget that our Orlando, I co WromI- 1
there will be two coffee and sandwich insured. : $2.50 and $ :
A cordial invitation is I "
stands, one at the north end of
: he referred to I sold
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visitors in our city to '
Jackson park. the other in Troop B. man several hundred t
park. These will be open day and Inhed des unmet!,State sad Comity Depository. an account with as. in Orange county for >
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night, except during the hours that L the same land is now f
.meals are being served in the mess oi- 0 111 twenty acre tracts for 1
';- ': '- .. and is cheap at tM I
tent; so that veterans can get refreshments s I
i at any time. I Orlando people bar
There will be many comfort stationsin Gold mining stock :
the business district and water bar. You land knew you could some J i
rels'at frequent intervals. Many score W. M. profit on the mining t
benches will be placed along principal I having to figure on it. 1
streets and''reserved by police : not yet bought some i
ceunty property, }
projection, for use of veterans. Ortunitiu for large J
chattanooga physicians and nurses show you.
are most loyal to the veterans and the : something that will
local committee in the matter of give Our New Spring Stock is not; but buy your It gold mice 1
lag their services during the reunion. nil I
While It is.hoped that conditions will And we will offer to you A Chore gttatiai. of Hlth OAIS Gotfc ; CARL 8 JAN8EN im J
be so favorable a* to redtiee Illness .1N DRY GOODS, ALL Till gTATLX AND UHKKUL O Icefjde rIa Orange
atootig the Veterans to the! Minimum, JOODft 08 well AS FANCY HUM, snd UN4J DIES OOODH, tilt bittiflfii men el
'it ii necessary! to make provision far HOSIERY IN SILK LISLE AW COTTON, u* the ManyBargains Acttswrks me, U race la net, ill
fft tff@ft@I@1 ifenee a large wmef > that women UMi
mlttee phyiieian hat worked out
a plan whieh will to fully up to all Six in
needa1 Ab Ufttt@@ft emergency Days Every

station, fitted yp completely ai
temporary hospital of this kind can Wo carry all the bate 111111." of SKOH ol tki Mmakw
be, will be scattered( all l over the pity and MWM( rtylw, XW6 QUALITY MINE SHOES
In4 battlefteldPi\ including\ both railroad )> GRADD0CK TERRY'S WOMEN'S SHOES AND CHILD. R J"
station-, QhitaftHga Park REN'S SHOES NONE BETTER AM SOLD IN THIS I .
liqtout Mountain and veterans MARKET I LIKES
clip, Were will t to doctors and mirs 8CHLOSS BRO, FINE SUIT8 FOR MEN nt IIG.OO. 'ZO,
,i At ,,,?h hospital at all hours, City t li,00ITYahld 30,00 m wwwpjwswl for STYLE m AN s I
Physician Steel 1 Is chairman of the :
committee lances on medical aid and ambu PLEASE LORD YOU BALTIMORE BOYS' SUITS WILL BE SURE TO : : 1


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4 A movement is on foot in Jackson- '
Mile among the Presbyterians thereto .

have the General Assembly of the W. M. '.\ : best cigar at five
Southern Presbyterian Church in the next time you
United States held in that city in smoke-judge for
19 5. The General Assembly meets I I I I :

this May in Atlanta and for the first II form Presbyterian, General ssemI I ; :
time in the history of the churches,'|blies. -
the assemblies of all the Presbyterian' : UNDERTAKER AR I ; :
bodies of the United States will be I i.I Orlando and sold
held at the same time in the I Mrs. Thomas J. Preston (formerly The ARTISTIC PICTURE ; .
I Mrs. Grover Cleveland), has issued
same city. In may, there will.be in Atlanta
the Southern Presbyterian, the 1 a denial of the engagement of her PINe 8TRKGT-
Presbyterian, and the Associate Re-: daughter, Esther.


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C. Massey, President -

FIRST BAPTIST
TL ...... WArIo_ VbcPm. i. WaSamuel... Em CIIIIIIr CHURCH.

Ht*..4 C. Baktoek. AII't Cwhhr A.K wn,Ar't CMU .
Rev. Dr. Griffin of Gainesville Fla., ; - n : "';,-
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:will preach'both morning and evening ; "f It' "

THESTATE sermons., .'
Morning service at 11.

Sunday school at 9:30, Otto Link, .; .
S Superintendent.B

f. : Y. P. U. at 6:30. Young peopleare

BANK especially uVged to be present at .

J the young people's meeting.
Evening service at 7:30. Everybody B() INTEREST o

welcome. Strangers especially.ST. o H" :
INSTEAD 0A .
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of Orlando ..
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Third Sunday after Easter.

H THE WDEST' BANK IN THE CITYAND Sunday school 9:30 a. m.
If .
a, Morning prayer 10:30 you have a savings account which R
r earns only four cent either
call
per ,
Celebration of Holy Communionand
*< telephone, or write, and we will glad-
sermon 11. ly explain how the same money cancan
Evening prayer 5 p. m. five per cent and probably more.
The Bank which transacts more business than .
There will be no early service. '

f any Bank between Jacksonville and Tampa Rev. Albert Cary-Elwes will officiatein ,

the morning.

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The large patronage of this Bank has been built up EMMANUEL BAPTIST CHURCH.

during twenty years'by conducting its business on sound

banking principles with careful attention ,to the legiti call Rev.as Preston pastor Boyd and will has accepted conduct the the I f PEOPLES NATIONAL l BANK

mate wants of customers. The confidence of the publicis services in the Tea and Rest room

reuected in the large amount of deposits. on Orange avenue.
Sunday school at 9:45.
Average deposits First Quarter. of 1913, $900,000. Prayer service Wednesday evening -

at 7:30.Every .

member of the church shouldbe

FOUR PER CENT PAID ON SAYINGS ACCOUNTS present Sunday and give, the new During April we offer City of Orlando e
Five Per Cent Sewerage Bonds at par, .','
. .. glad welcome.
pastor a
'''- : : .. ..... for cash or on easy payments.
I!: :The public invited to all the ser- .
n
rices.
Our correspondent banks are located in every part of

the world and include some of the largest Banks in the Methodist '

J. E. Wray, Pastor. .
; United States. ?>' .- ./, .""':"' ..4J -.tA, # '. Sunday School, 9:45 a. m., C. E.

Howard, superintendent I
iMilllllilll "The Wreck of the Titanic, April 14 T ": .f "j = ; : .; ;
ds ,: : a :. .. :. : .
Greatest the
1912, Ocean's Tragedy,
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AGAIN A BUFFET SUPPER FOR MISS
MENDELSSOHN CLUB
a subject of pastor's sermon at 11 a. m.

GIVES MUSICAL TREAT. COOLEY. Music, "How Firm a Foundation"

Brackett.
Miss Sara Slemons charmingly
en-
The Beautiful Cantata, "Joan of Arc" Epworth League, 6:30 H. A. Hof-
;
tertained at her home last evening
at the Lucerne Last Evening. man, President"Socialism
The closing concert for the season with a buffet supper; given in honorof and the Golden Rule" the
her attractive guest, Miss Cooley,
was given last evening at the ,Lucerne Pastor's subject at night.
of Jacksonville. Although informal,
Theatre and, like all entertainments Music, "Still With Thee" Nevin.
the affair especially delightful GRAND THEATRE.
of that organization, was a was Male Quartette with obligatto by
and the guests were Misses Josephine ? "Kathleen Mavoumeen," Edison-\
The choral composedof "Rock of
great success. Mr. Waldron, Ages" Lang-
forty, members, has been under Keller, Alma DeLaney, Annie Estelle don. drama. A facinating story of the
Giles, Adlee, Davis, Willie and Jean beautiful Irish girl COMPLETE
the_ skillful directorship of Professor Prayer Meeting Wednesday, 7:30.
Fannie Robinson Vida Mil- "Prisoners of War" Kalemdrama.
Person
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H. Stanley Pope, of Rollins and A cordial invitation to everybody.
his training ler, Eliza Diffendaffer, Glenn Cheney, A glimpse of the days of tur ., STOCKOF
showed results of careful ; Visitors and strangers will receive a

Y, in their splendid work of last Margaret Welbourne and Messrs.I warm welcome. moil. ....-. .
f evening..All of the chorus work was Louis Dolive, Merle McElroy, Dell| "The Ranch Owner's Love-making,"

4 taken from Gaul's "Joan of Arc," Mason, Randolph Robinson, Cestia ; Edison comedy-drama. A pretty
solo Mrs. Haile Lawton, DeWitt Miller Wilbur Til- Christadelphian story that makes fun for every body.
,
also a soprano by
Memorial Service 10:30 a.:
m.
and an especially pleasing trio, sung denn Donald Ives Will Cheney Branch, Farris Leon Keller Fort, Lecture 7:30 p. m., Subject, "The'
Marion
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Smith and .
k= by Misses Gilchrist, Tiff Hammond Edwin Beeman and Bible Versus a Supernatural Immortal Before you go north for the sum-
Van Ness, with a soprano' obligato, Devil." mer, don't fail to let us send you the

,Beautifully rendered by Miss Irene Dr. Harold Beardall.PROMINENT Christadelphian Hall, Davis & Mc- Weekly Sentinel It will keep you Styles
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Murry. Neill Block. thoroughly posted on the happeningsin
divided into two this section. Call at the office
The program was SPHEROID SICK. I A cordial welcome to all. and
parts, and during the intermission let us show you a copy. It only

several solos were given. Mr. Cestia I Special to the Sentinel. WHITE SLAVERS MUST GO TO costs a dollar a year.

Lawton, :whose rich baritone never Cleveland, 0., April 11.-Secretary PEN.
Wm. B. Blackwood, of the Cleveland, FASHIONABLEAND
fails to charm "My Dreams,
sang After a woman has succeeded in
Tosti, and answered to an encore. Baseball Club has small pox and there Ii Jacksonville, Fla., April 11.-Judge making a man feel cheap, she never

I J :Tw9 songs from Ealter were sweetly i is grave fears that the "Naps" may R. M. Call, of the United States Court regards him as a bargain. .

sung by Mrs. A. R. Haile and Mr. have to be vaccinated. Blackwoodcame for the Southern District of Florida, COMING
home from Pensacola, Fla.,
Herbert Seagroatt, of DeLand gave yesterday handed down an order of Subscribe for the SentinelNo.
Lohr's "Rose of My ill and went to his home where the
most beautifully, commitment the case of the United
Heart" and Reede's "Door of'Hope." I t physician who attended { him pronounced i States against Louis Athanshaw' and Straw
i his ailment mild small HOC
R. Davis at the pox
Mrs Joseph was I I Mitchell Sampson, two white men,
work unusually and notified the health authorities Report .i the Condition of
was
piano and her I I I who were convicted in Tampa on
Tomorrow the men will be examined THE PEOPLES NATIONAL BANKat
realize how difficult
fine. Few people I February 2, 1912, on a charge of
is the lot of the accompanist, of how I!I and their will probably be quaran-I whole I violation of the white slave act. Orlando Hats
vaccination and of Florida at the close of business
sale possible In the State -
much skill is required to keep the The commitment ordered issued is April 4th. 1918.

piano in perfect time with the sing- tin -- -"'" - to carry out the sentence the Fed- Loans and Discounts Resources.............S 129,846.68
ing of a large chorus. Mrs. Davis eral Court being sustained by the Overdrafts secured and unsecured 22.71

was not given the score of "Joan of FAVORITE THEATER United States Supreme Court to U.Premiums S. Bonds on to U.secure S. Bonds circulation....... 17,600.00 27.50

Arc" until last Monday and her accompaniments .- which court appeal had been made. Bonds Securities. etc ........... 5,00000
Banking house Furniture and fix-
of last evening were All Western Progarm made. tures ...................,..... 5.69341

wonderfulThe Including a great two-reel feature.A The mandate from the Supreme Due from agents National) ...Banks........(not.....reserve .- 30,405.65 Brown & LartigueFor

following were the members of I Daughter of the Redskins 101 Bi. Court was received here, and Judge I Due and from Bankers State and Trust Private Companies Banks,

the chorus: son. A great Western Military Call made the order. i and Savings Banks ............ 13.00Due

Sopranos: Mesdames W. L Palmer DramaUnited Athanshaw is to serve a term of Checks from and approved other Cash Reserve Items Agents... 21,348.73 4,02651

Albert Cary-Elwes, Algernon Baden We Stand . .. . . .. Nestor two years and six months, here and Notes of other National Banks.. 3,620.00
I Fractional Paper Currency, Nickels
i 'Eldon Gore and Misses Irene i A powerful civil drama. Sampson is to serve one year and and Cents ..................... 1325.64

Murry, Mary Gilchrist, Emma Hainer, i i Our pictures are absolutely flicker- three months in the.Federal prison.At Specie Lawful Money.......Reserve........in.15.04560 Bank via: Burns, Bruises and Sores It isn't always the most attractive
Millie Smith Marion Cary-Elwes, be in town. Legal-tender notes .... 1980.00 7,02560
less. First to seen The quickest and surest cure for
Due from U. S. Treasurer ....... 87500 woman who attracts the most atten
Rachael Harris, Claire Robinson, Open 2 to and 6:45 to 10 p. m. least two sugar mills will be Expense ........................ 1.46736 burns, bruises, boils, sores, inflam-
Alice Allen, Susie Magruder, Edith I Admission 5* cents to all. at once built in Florida. One is to be Total ........Liabilities................ 234,107.73 ation and all skin diseases is Bucklen's ;tion.The
In four it nicest girl knows
Arnica Salve. a
days young man
1 Rambo, Mary Branham, Hannah and Tuesday April 14th Rosa in Washington coun- Capital stock paid in ............f 60000.00
I I Monday at Santa Surplus fund .................... 10,000.00 cured L. H. Haflin, of Irdell, TeLl of is the one he is most afraid of.
Peter, Grace Boone and Eula Smith. and 15th, Miller Bros. 101 Ranch in ty-the other at DeFuniak. large Undivided Profits, less Expensesand a sore on his ankle which pained him
r Altos: Mrs. Van Ness Mrs. L. W., five reels. number of contracts have been closed Taxes paid ............... 1,467.36 so he could hardly walk. Should be i
Notes outstanding 16,400.00Individual
Cook, Misses Lillian Smith, Marion for cane which produces enormous National Bank deposits subject to check 136,610 in every house. Only 25c. Recom- A man is seldom clever enough to
.. mended by The McElroy Pharmacy.
.. 25.00
of deposit
Demand certificates
Groves, Mabelle O'Neal, Alice Whit- The Children's Home Society of crops in those sections-and several Time certificates of deposit 20,05135 realize how unimportant he is.
: man and Zelma Lewter. counties figuring on secur- Certified checks 719.441
other
is much in need of fundsto are .
Florida very Cashier's checks outstanding 2,400.26Total I This is to certify that all druggistsare
z Tenors: Messrs A. P. Curry, W. on'. their good work must ing mills. 234107.73' authorized to refund your money Recommended for a Good Reason

F. Armstrong, Cooper, Wetherill, Mc- cease.carry This is a home for the homeless oAs State L Chas.of Florida P. Dow County, Cashier of Orange of the as above-: .if Foley's Honey and Tar Compound Peoria C. H.Ills.Grant, 230"Backache Waverly and St.,
Cardell Norman Ball and F. A. Cur children a genius a man is the real thing named bank do solemnly swear that the above fails to cure your cough or cold. I , says: con
abandoned and neglected statement is true to the best of my knowledgeand John Bernet, Tell, Wis. states, "I gested kidneys made me suffer intense
-" tis. of Florida. Will not some of if he can buy his wife a $6.98 hat belief CHAS. P. DOW, used Foley's Honey and Tar Compound pains. Was always tried and
Basses: Messrs Cestia Lawton, our readers send a small styn of) and make her forget that it was an I Cashier. for five years, and it always Kidney bothered me. Took
..k Frank Williams, A. Patch, John Bass, Marcus C. electric runabout she wanted. I Correct Attest: gives the best of satisfaction and always Foley Pills and saw big im-
money to Superintendent S. Y. WAY.J. cold." Refuse provement after third day. I kepton
cures a cough or
Berkeley Blackman, Clay Inman, Fagg Children's Home Society of C. PATTERSON. until entirely freed of all trouble
substitutes. Orlando Pharmacy.
Barrs and McCardell I I Florida, of Jacksonville, Fla. and It probably is just as wen that % BENJ. DREW and sworn, Directors.Subscribed to before me this 11th and suffering. That's why I recom
': man's facilities for kicking himselfare day of April. 1913. mend Foley Kidney Pills. They cured
held institution. Every
: this meritorious
MARY J. SMITH Subscribe for the Sentinel me." Orlando Pharmacy.
e Princess Louise, of Schleswig-Hol- little helps. I hopelessly inadequate. Notary Public. .
stein, .is touring the West Indies.
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SACRIFICE-DRESSERS, YARD AS LONG AS THEY LAST.
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