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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 17, 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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PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING EXCEPT MONDAY. Orlando-Progressive Center of the
Direct Service, Postal Telegraph until a. m. State



VOLUME ONE ORLANDO, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, APRIL 17TH, 1913.. NUMBER 57.




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3PBOAL JOINT COMMITTEE TO tJEORGIA CHATTANOOGA WASTED CHILDREN AMONG PATIENTS A LONG CONSIDERATION AND GENERAL BURLED I THE AMENDMENT TO INCREASE

.CONSIDER ALL BILLS PRO. SECTION SUFFERS LOSS OF COME FIRST-FRIED- TINKERING WITH MEASUREIN !I 1 SON ANNOUNCES THAT THE I THE DUTY ON HOOSIER' COTTON
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TIDING FOR tEDISTRICT- IWHT: "BY FROSTS ANDWET MANN RECEIVED BY PRESIDENT j HOUSE WILL HOLDIT : CHARGES MADE MUST GOODS WAS ALSO

ING TEE :STATE. WEATHER. WILSON. UNTIL JUNE. BE PROVED. i DEFEATED.

'Tallahassee! April 16.::'The senate Chattanooga Tenn., April 16.-The Washington, April 16.Twelve suf- Washington, April 16.-Slow prog- Washington, April 16.-Postmaster I Special to the .Sentinel

after the preliminary opening proceedings peach crop in the Chattanooga dis- ferers from tuberculosis were treatedat ress in consideration of the new tariff General Burleson announced yester-i Washington, April 16.-The Dem-

this morning got right down trict is -damaged to the extent of a clinic at the George Washington bill by the Democratic House caucus day that it was the administration's ocartic caucus today voted free wools.

to the introduction: of new bills with more :han I 600000. This was the University Hospital Tuesday by Dr. has upset the early prediction of ad policy to continue all Republican post. :This places the tariff bill dictated by

'very little delay, >he calendar of other statement given out today by C. A. F. Friedmann. More than a hundred ministration leaders that the bill masters now in office to the end of Wilson and Bryan out of danger of

measures ahead of this order of Lyerjy,
:business containing as it did nothing .at Lyerly, Ga., who is probably the treatment. The selections were made May 1.After. sustained against their efficiency. The,Democrat. '

of importance. :Even in the matter 'best posted man on peach growingin from the most aggravated cases. Dr. a week of deliberation the policy applies to all classes of post I Accepting gracefully his defeat by

.of new bills the.senate seemed to haveno the north Georgia and Tennessee Friedmann left the choice of patients caucus is less than halfway throughthe masters. his old tariff enemy, Bryan who con-

: desire to 'be precipitate, only Gi triet. entirely in the hands of Dr.' W. C. important measure with severalof I I "My department will be run on tended for years for free wool, Un

twenty-two being introduced. Among He said that in his opinion the frostand I Borden, Dean of the Medical School, the important schedules yet to be business lines and not by politics I derwood organized the fight againstthe

them were: wet weather had caused the crop : and to such other physicians as had disposed of. Slid Mr. Burleson, in explaining the I, duty on wool and won, 190 to 42.

Igou Senate Bill No. 95.-To abolish to be damaged more than it has been I brought patients to the hospital. The income tax i sure to revuireconsiderable new policy. Two years ago Underwood was for

the present municipal governmentof for many years. The late frosts ."Little children," said Dr. Fried tome in discussion as o' He declared that there might be duty on wool as a revenue proposition.

the town of Eustis, Lake county,' which followed a warm spell are to moan, "would be taken first, prefer members desire to have, it thoroughly some removals, but he believed that He then carried the House with

Fla., and to organize a town government blame for the heavy loss that has ably those who had the disease in explained. Representative Hull, of the majority of the postmasters were him against Bryan who urged his

for the same and to'provide teen sustained by the growers in congenital form, as he regarded these Tennessee, author of the income tax efficient and would not be disturbed. followers to vote for free wool meansa

its jurisdiction and powers; to erect this section.. I the most difficult of cases, and the section, will have charge of it in the "There will have to be specific loss of about $18,000,000 a year

the same into an independent road In the Fort Valley section, in North!results shown could not be mistaken. caucus. It probably will not be reached -. charges of inefficiency, however," he in revenue.

district of Lake county. Read the 'Georgia, there has been a heavy loss.I The clinic was attended by Secretary before the last of the week. added, "before any one will be re- Representatives from the wool

first time by 5ts title and by unanimous One of the growers in that section I of State Bryan, the Germati'AmI Today the caucus resumed consideration = o moved." growing states waged a desperate

consent was placed on special said yesterday that he thought approximately bassador, the Swiss Minister, the of the agricultural schedule,,, Mr. Burleson said the decision had : fight for more than three hours to

t-Y calendar of bills on second reading. 70 to 75 per cent of th ej I Surgeon-General .of' the Army and wheat first t being taken up. Northwestern , been reached after a conference with I day duty on fifteen per cent ad va-

Roddenbery Senate Bill No. 96.- crop was destroyed. The apple crop Navy, District Commissioner. Rudolph representatives opposed the! President Wilson, who favors the i lorem substituted for free wool. This

Providing for attorney's fees in certain in this section and throughout Tennessee Senators Hughes of New Jersey and free listing of flour, declaring it inconsistent , merit system. advalorem duty was in the Under-

actions''in this state in law and has been unharmed by the Lea of Tennessee and more than a with a proposed duty oi: At present a plan is being workedlOut I I wood bill before Wilson and Bryan

equity: Judiciary A. frosts, and a record year is expected. hundred members of the medical fraternity 10 cents a bushel on wheat. Citrus i to secure sufficient efficiency, under i took a hand in, fashioning tariff legis-

Adkins Senate Bill No. 97.-Fixing| of Washington. Neither Dr. fruits also were the target- for op. the civil service. fourtWInaa ne*_ilation. The Democrats opposed to
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the penalty for writing or composing THE POPE'S CONDITION. Rupert Blue, Surgeon-General of the position as well as the free listing of masters having been placed under-j! free wool contended that the duty

and sending or procuring the sending Public Health and Marine Hospital, potatoes. that jurisdiction on an executive or- represented a careful and mature

of letters or inscribed communications Speeul to the Sentinel nor any vof his assistants was present When deliberation was resumed today der by Mr. Taft. consideration of the Ways and Means

threatening to kill or do bodily Rome April 16.-Following the usual many members predicted that The policy that Republican senators i Committee. .

harm; Judiciary A. examination of the Pope by MarI A NEW DEAN FOR ST. the caucus would not be through the will adopt toward President The amendment for duty on wool 3;

Igou Senate Bill No. 98. To 'fix chiafava and Amid early this evening I CATHEDRAL. LUKES: bill until the middle of next week.In Wilson's appointments to office will offered by Martin Dies, of Texas, '

the salaries of the administration- the following bulletin was issued I i that case its consideration in the be suggested by a committee of five, and Ashbrook, of Ohio, led the fightof

ficers of the state and to male 'disposition at 7 o'clock. "His Holiness has 1 I i The Cathedral- house cannot begin until late in the selected by the Republicans at a party the anti-free wool men. The ;

of all fees and peruishes of passed tranguil day, which was:the Orlando members Chapter, of which week and the prospect is that it wouldbe conference today and submitted to amendments to increase the duty on

these officers; Appropriations.. feverless. Temperature this evening:i Massey are Hon.AJ!L C. nearer June 1 than May 1 before the full Republican membership. Hoosier cotton shirts, collars and
I '( Judge Warlow, Mr. Ha- bill
is 99 degrees Fahrenheit Bronchial the is ready for the senate.
Watson Senate Bill No. D9. Demands were made cuffs also defeated.
-To by some Republicans
:den, Mr. Geo. McCulloch, Mr. W. A. "I|
amend Section 3551, of the 'General and Catarrhal affection remains in Dade and that they delay confirmation ;
the same condition as this morning. : Mr. F. Williams, hav ex MILLIONAIRE ONCE POOR TELLS ,
of the'
Statutes of the State of Florida relative Wilson
appointments
tended \ as -
While this bulletin set for a,, mo- a call to Rev. Edgar Ajtoher- BOYS HOW TO SUCCEED. the ,.. GOOD LUCK STONES. = '
Democrats
,, to furnishing liquor ,oadle, /ptother t, .. fought the Taft *i
wentriimoii ; i ii |rod, of .Green Con Springs, Fta to apjpointments . .
ii which have been current I I.
articlesTmaking such iirU
act e-l last
J.t session of
1
I i take congress -]
q} t violation dip*law prohibiting the during the afternoon that the St Luke's temporary charge as Dean of Fort Lauderdale, April 16.-W. S. but the meeting adopted John Rowland's advice is to always

selling flPlPor without a license; pontiff is in' a critical condition an dI: Cathedral.} ._ Witham, the-Atlanta millionaire whorose general plan of action no pick up a five spot. Coming from
This today.
has
temperance t' suffered a severe rise in temperature I I been accepted by Rev. Mr. from poverty to affluence, addressed I his home to the store yesterday after

Watson Senate Bill No. 100"Requiring about 3 o'clockt the fact that bronchial :Sherrod, who will arrive in Orlando a large audience at the Dade FLORIDA POSTMASTERS. dinner he met two vagrant dice

that the court in 'the trial symtoms which invaded his left on Saturday and take next Sund'ay'd s Theatre on the Sunday school ques in the street, five spots on each bold a
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of murder shall lung causing much inflamation an services at the Cathedral. tion. Mr. Witham, who remembersthe ly grinning at him. John: being of {-
instruct 'Washington
cases the Mr. Sherrod has I ,. April 16.-The presi-
jury as to effect upon the sentence congestion, not yet yielded to.the.. been warmly re- struggles of his youthful days, dent's plum tree shook only moderate tender heart, stooped and picked
treatment is much alarm. 1 commended by Bishop Weed'and.. others is them and warmed them in hii
in conviction of murder in the first giving very much interested in the boys ly for Floridians today three up
who know only
degree; judiciary A. It was learned that the Pope suf t him, and we are, surethat and demonstrates his interest more postoffice nominations bosom. They proved not load dice
he as follows be-
fered from and his family will find a but charmed and reward for
several paryoxysms of substantially than the mere giving were a
Watson
Senate Bill No. 101.-To warm welcome ing sent to the senate: Elmer J. Rous
amend Section 3549, of the General'coughing during the day and one wasso ;from his in Orlando not onlyi of advice: He is an ardent Sunday: at Fernandina, Arthur B. Brown at kindness, for within thirty minutes '
protracted that it was feared that new parishioners, but from school worker and his address con Mr. Rowland went to the post office
Statutes of the State of Florida Fort Pierce
relative i I and Charles E. Keller at '
I (our townspeople in general. and pulled out a letter that enclosed
the Pontiff would suffocate.It tained many comprehensive reasonswhy
to drunkenness Hastings. All
and.the of
punish I these
He will were
ment thereof is believed on all sides that the J return to Green CoveSprings the old as well as the young peo- I recommended a check for $5 from a man whom
; Temperance. death will early next week to arrange! should I by Representative Clark.CLARK'S he had long since given as hope-
Watson Senate Bill No. 102-Au-I Pope's occur during one. fcple identify themselves with :, up
and of these fits of coughing, which i is for moving his family here.. the Sabbath school. I less. The same night he got anoth-
thorizing requiring libraries for HARD
.. .. FIGHT.
the public schools; ,Education.I brought about by his attempt to rid AS& a lecturer L. OUT. WTY'witnara is asj 1 i _____ i her letter enclosing a V for an old

Watson Senate Bill No. 103.-To himself of congestion of throat and MAY ADOPT WEYLER'S METHODS much a success as at financiering.!I Washington, April 16.-Congressman !debt and now John is going about

exempt'all farms and grove products lung. He possesses a fund of anecdotes that Frank Clark made !II looking for six spots, as he says hi
extended
an
from aU forms of license tax; Fnance Everything in the power of the Mexico City, April 16.-In order never fails to interest his hearers,i'I argument in the Democratic : has several six dollar bills due him.

and taxation. physicians is being done to prolongthe to restore order in the state of Morelos and those who were fortunate enough today to increase the caucus i John says this is the truth and

Watson Senate Bill No. 104. To life of the Pope. This coupled General Robles, it is said, will to hear him Sunday carried away I I apples in barrels or packages duty on pine-from! he can tell it to you without., smil

' provide for the visitation and inspection :i with his natural robust constitution, probably adopt thjs same methods memories that will appeal to them the present rate in the Underwood ing.I .
of but which has been vitally sapped used by General Weyler in Cuba during -'through life.-Metropolis. bill )l I ,
Ry state institutions and the y I about one-fifth of a cent a pound'!
during the present illness and atten'dant the Spanish rule and concentrate !I I
state drainage operation by legislative ''to one-half cent. Although he made *I I ORLANDO A SUBURB OF GAINESVILLE -
, relapses, renders the physicians all the inhabitants of the state in ST. PETERSBURG VOTES FOR
committees prior to the regular ;I a persistent effort to get the increase I|
sessions of the unable to determine with any degreeof :large towns, killing,all men who are COMMISSION he
legislature; canals adn i was not successful. 'II
accuracy when the end may be ex i found outside of these lines after a I II I
drainage. I I "Where ignorance is bliss) tis folly
,I date.General Overwhelmingly for a Business Reign
Stringer Senate Bill No. 105. To I PREPARES FOR FLIGHT. ; to be wise" was touched up in a mas-
pected.b Robles tried this last -Only Difference is on Mode of :
:authorize the working of persons convicted I year terl ymamer last Sunday by Dr. J.
ut Government-Bond
President Madera stopped it. The Issue
in any municipality in the Las Palmas, Canary Islands W. Siagg.
;1 Held April :
is Up
j I government preparing advance .
state of Florida the an 16.-The dirigible We have found
upon publie roads o baloon Suchard II : arolher place for
d the I I Yesterday afternoon at the Presbyterian -! column of eight thousand men to St. Petersburg, April 15.-By a big
in the
is
'which |
county said munici- ready for the voyage across the application of this rule. Slime
march northward majority the citizens of St.
into Petersburg
Manse, Rev. Dr. Jno. W. Sonora in
friity is situated; Judiciary A. Stagg an Atlantic, which Joseph Bruecber, formerly weeks ago, a fe low landed in Orlando

officiating, Dr. Bertrand D. Wienenga attempt to crush the rebellion there. today declared in favor of governmentby
Stringer Joint Resolution No. 106., -. three commissioners and adopted of Milwaukee, purposes to and entertained. ,he hh? )hope: of a
and Miss Dora L
-Proposing an amendment to section Segar were i,. make as soon as the weather is faor-, few citizens by a proposed shoe fac-
united in the charter which is now pending before
6 of chapter 9 of the marriage.The MACK TO KEEP TEN PITCHERS. able for the start. Provisions area 1'tory

b. tion of the State of Florida Constitu-I I groom is popular young pro- the legislature. The vote was i water sufficient to last '25 days have "The American Shoe Maker," a
221 for the three commissioners planI
to finance and taxation; Roads_ and fessional man of Orlando, having Boston, April 16.-Connie Mack, been taken on board. Broeker is con-' trade,journal, published] Massachu-
I to 82 for the five commissioners and
i made this his
home
city for the last
Highways. I manager of the Philadelphia Athlet I' vinced he will make Barbadoes or seets, on March 8, published the following
Donegan Senate Bill No. l08.-To 1 two years. The bride is a most attractive ics, announced today that he would city manager plan. !Trinidad before April 28. :

amend section 2684, of the General I I young woman and will be keep ten pitchers throughout the Only fifty-six votes were cast - --- "Orlando, Fla.-Plans are under
I against the charter to 284 for the
'; Statutes of the State of Florida, 'relating welcomed to the society of Orlando. season. He said his twirling recruitslooked I'charter. COMING TO ORLANDO. way for the formation of a stock
The Sentinel wishes well for t The vote was light and few
to the so good to him that he : to
providing flat cars withsuitable could company manufactrue shoes at Orlando

appliances for hauling lumber I i I young life people in .making theirjourneyin not make up his mind which to cu twill i i negroes be passed cast their by ballots.the legislature The bill I The First Baptist church of, this which is a suburb of Gainesville

etc, Railroads and Telegraph together.BASEBALL adrift. Mack's pitching roster is th I city, who have for several months Florida ,
: shortly it is believed and election ,
I an
I ';
Donegan Senate Bill No. 109.-Tol largest in the big leagues. been without Now this shows the
I !then will be called to choose three : a pastor, will hold a ignorance that
I
amend section 2866, to the Grand l RESULTS IN THE BIG I ', commmissioners. series of meetings with Rev. EdwardT. : prevails in many northern sections' ,

Statutes of the State of Florida !, LEAGUES. INFORMAL BRIDGE Poulson in where the idea
charge
relating . Bids were- opened today at Clcarj and it is likely) yet prevails that Flor
I j :
to a penalty for not providing | Mrs. Gaston Edwards prettily entertained water by the county commissioners for that a call will be extended to Mr. 'ida is one hugh swamp with now and

appliances on cars for hauling lumber i 4 Special to The Sentinel.National. I at her home last evening j the $370,000 of good roads bonds but Poulson. Rev. Poulson comes from then a high spot where the government

etc., Railroads and Telegraph. ,, I with three tables of Auction, in honori the bands not sold committee Bluffton, Indiana and is a man of land office/ or state capital is
I Wells Cincinnati, 5St; Louis, 0. i of Mrs. Case, of Hartford were a located.
1
Senate Bill No. 110.-To fix Conn., theI great strength of character an ,able
the salaries + New York-Brooklyn, rain. i guests being Mr. and Mrs. Gedge Mr.=| being appointed to investigate was preacher and Now if
of the administrative officers rain. I' i bids. Salson and Son of Chicago, a popular pastor with these people were up to
of the state and to make disposition Philadelphia-Boston, land Mrs. C. B. Robinson, Miss Plaisted his people. date they would know that Orlando
I American. I the highest bidder, off ereing par and
of all fees and perquisitesof 'I and Mr. Stewart. i He, no doubt, will prove a goodman is a suburb of Sanford.
I Cleveland, 2 Detroit, 1. :a premium of $55 on the whole issue.
these ; Mr. W. N. Van Brunt .
officers; Appropriations.Stokes spent yesterday I for the local congregation. If the publisher of that journal of
Senate Bill No. 111-To St. Louis, 2; Chicago, 3.WashingtonPhiladelphia. I in Tampa, returning on the local l the bean eating city will come to Orlando
A REPUBLICAN APPOINTED.
regulate the holding of primary elections groundswet last evening. I. Washington, April 16 --Samuel 'I ROSALIND RECEPTION TODAY., we will show him such a pretty
for the nomination of candidatesfor < I ___ and' busy suburb that they will wantto
Houston of Denver former i
Boston-New York, rain. WEATHER Thompson, -
city office in the city of Pen- I REPORT. Republican attorney general of: A musical program is to be given claim it as a suburb to Boston.
saeola. Under suspension of rules Florida and .Georgia Fair Thursday at the Rosalind
Club this
afternoon
Colorado, has been selected for
assistant I n,
hID was advanced to second and third Alligator Bags, low prices. Curtis and Friday; 'not much change in
at the conclusion 3
Poato&e.J temperature. attorney general of the United of which the guests It is said that less than half the
A O'Neal next
and
reading, ordered ,
ctft&ed to tHome. J States, before the Court of Claims.i wfl indulge in informal bridge. farmers of the country follow scientific -

He was one of the President's itt instructions. The bumper crop !
I Money to late M improved prop Inspect Shannibarger's big stock of duets at Princeton and a member of.I Alligator Bags, low prices. Curtis/ for 1812 would have swamped them if
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.;. Dr. W. B. Funk, publishing agent Magnificent of
tor the U.B.church and at the headff Lord & &adshawr Showing

'L the Dayton publishing house, Jf....i ;.>.' ._ W -. :
I asked by the Press representatives of We wish to announce to our friends, and the public generally,
the conditions that existed in Dayton New
% u a result of the flood. He related that( we have formeda partnership under the Spring Suits.:

Ar several incidents to show that the 1 above firm name, for a general r
flood conditions were fully as extraordinary "
; aq ,.were, pictured by thedtfly Real Estate and t Insurance and 3\ -
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.1 Dresses'i
t& :
;all 'doctor said that the'loss
business andjare centrally located in a ground floor office at No. ,
o{t life would probobly not A overreach
400:jpepple,;but there were,many sad 17 8. Orange Avenue, (formerly occupied by Hamilton & Dunn
incidents connected with the disaster.
T i TgU! B. publishing ,house was Millinery)?(where we willjbejpleased to meet all our old friends WE ARE SHOWING A BEAUTIFUL ASSORTMENT OF -;
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flooded.and put out; of business,tem aodjto>> make new ones. SILKS AND SATINS ALL COLORS, DRESS' GOODS
5 porarily, and it will take some days i. III'' ALL THE LATEST'PA'1'I'IRNS FOR OLD AND

before it can be back to running order Our list of city and acreageProperty is surpassed by none, YOUNG. WHITE CANVAS SHOES. THE DISPLAY
aRiP.h :propertyJosjj,to the pujlisMpg ; CONTAINS ACCURATE
house, reach,.J12 ,0P.q.90 and we have some exceptional, ai gait t; COXBAND SES tie' 'I ILLUSTRATIONS OF THE
Thousands) of,dollars worth of books, / ., SEASONS BESTG'AND. ,.. ...,LATEST.. . .. .'CREATIONS;. AND'IS "
stationery; paper, etc.,, were taken out Lord & Bradshaw ,WORTHY TUB,ATTENTION OF J EVERY ORLANDO'WOMAN .t, ,
of the building,'water'soaked and rendered CALL IN ,AND :1 worthless, and dumped in heapsto 17 S. eiAME AVE.. 9ILANI9, FLLMMIIIIillllllltHHIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIilllMIIM . WITS,THE.HIGHCHARACTRR 2' OUR GARMENT SAND \
be carted away;and burned. ; 'f, r', '. : __ J. _p '. 9rif THE REASONABLE PRICESKaaner's -
: The funny incident.thaLDr. .
related was where,the l pastor,.of the .,
u .
.r First U. B;church Dayton" given '
the horse laugh.. During the flood
horses and animals floated .about the I; LIGHT THE ; New York
&' itreeta like people! and wherever they \
eould seek splice.of safety..they did "
to. The rear,door .of.the church became PATH TO PROSPERITYMerchants
s unfastened and washed, open, ;
and a horse swimming down the street Bargain Store ':
h found its way tothe: door. Entering who, use Electric Signs never lose
the door the,horse, walked up to the
'i their the road
way by choosing wrong to suc
pulpit, and climbing up on the pulpit I If You Would be Posted be a Daily Visitor to this Store
r the horse found a place of safety cess. You simply cannot, fail to attract newt w .. ...
from the water's tide. Three, days customers if you use an Electric Sign. It acts .T,
after, when the flood began to subside '
like ah irresistible drawing all the
the pastor of the church thought,he magnet ShaudbarceVf for bicycle and 1111111111111111111111'1111'11" ",'" .-I'i. 11'1 1'111...
r would enter the church and ascertain trade within its reach: That is the reason undrtot; I

the condition of things,"whereupon he they command the attention of buyers. 1913 Models
was,confronted with;the horse,jn,his I' ... .
pulpit,and,facing him as though her : ,
was the audience. After removing For Every Store Owrier .1. &'KClAY, .
I the horse the animal was fed and he l : CONTRACTOR AND
., survived. No matter how small his business, the .Electric SC1LDf
., im>mi All Work.
Sign is the cheapest and most effective '
.There was food.for thought in this Prices That Are aa
observation made by our Washington . advertising.. ASIM COi t.,
correspondent.his.letter on the Phone for our Sign Designer to call and sub Guaranteed.HMIMIIIMIIIIIMIIIII.
tariff:. "The main purpose of all the
sketch
mit a .
schemes that have been proposed is I
not ho\V/1i eto.raise; but how much I i iNo Trouble to Us...No Expense to You. .MOTOCYCtES
tospend There has been no serious '
suggestion:that the revenues shall be! cI ,FouiH. P. Models $200.00Seven
t H. P. Models, $250.00

reduced, the,by most cutting hopeless the fact expenses.1Tlis.is :in.our".!il. u W T[ & lI T CO. ELIJAH HAND : "CT-

political life today. It is spend, spend, Funeral Director O. R. .CX.1ipeit'oRraxno
spend! Economy is. effete and retrenchment aHdEmbftlmer

is obsolete. I COOK a WITH GAS ; Hill .Kock, HM SL Plies 85Illllllllllllilllllilllll FLA. Agent for Orufe -tyIMIIIIIIMIIHIIMIHtlllllllltiilllilMMH

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We are still moving along the.road '
One very significent and convincing of progress in our little corner of Everything New IT'S FAIR PROPOSITION
proof that the pared post is netting :
the woods, new buildings are goingup r :
a public need is made in the statements -
fruit and vegteables looking fine,
of the companies sub-
express the birds are singing sweetly and } ,TO ASSUME THAT YOU ARE
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Commission. These were part of the
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final argument against tike redaction sleep over the muchly discussed ques IN, LACES, EMBROIDERIES, SHIRTS, KI- !. APPRECIATIVE OF THE VERY
tion of county division as there are MONAS, UNDERWEAR. HEADQUARTERS I
of rates proposed by'the com-
express
mission, the companies arguing that I I only ,a few office seekers among us. FOR HOUSEHOLD GOODS ",AND SCHOOL t BEST. WE. ARE SPECIALISTS IN
"' overheard
By theway; we young I
they have suffered a loss of about 25 I I ; SUPPLIES.McCULLOCH'S.
man remark,the other.day that a gentleman -
per cent in the small package business ; Electrical Wireing and Motor Work
not a thousand miles away, )
H due to the operation of the parcel II
was thinking of running for superin-
post. This is about six per cent of tendent of "Public Destruction." If ; NEWELL ELECTRICAL COMPANY

the gross revenues of the companies.The ''I I
the i county is divided,/well,move:. )! '
representative the ;Adams, I Our' meeting dosed,last., I ARCADE BUILDING
protracted
American, United States, 'Southern 1 : I
DEPARTMENT
Wednesday evening after three weeks STORE : CHURCH ST.
'I' and Wells-Fargo argued that the pro-;
continuance. The services were;conducted
posed reduction wodd mean;'tb:those I PHONE 280
throughout by the pastor, Rev. OPPOSITE POST OFFICE
companies a reduction of! $26,000,000
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A. L. Hope and his sermons were'
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year. powerful and, far reaching. As: the i
'I matter is its indication that the
par- CALL and BE CONVINCED"LOWEST .
outgrowth of his earnest convictions .
eel post supplies a need for efficient \ -
that ,people should "Seek first, the
and cheap tran ortatioii' of ,small I
Kingdom of God and His righteousness PRICES ALWAYS"
packages. The problem now is to en- II is the Cheapest
," he throws all of.his power-into, I! 1: eJ\est
large its usefulness still further.
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earnest, .manner, with clean, sl r.i '_" \.M.
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language and that, he has made II. I: '
mistake in thus choosing his ; Pains and Wall Paper
We cannot understand why it is proposed .. .
is evidenced by'many who nave I
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to ;fix* minimum wage of $8 listened to his earnest stirring 'appeal .i ..

for women,'While nothing is done for.. *,:and..are led, to..give up.lives THE 1912 WALL PAPER IN SAMPLES ,

men. of indifference and sin for lives of IS GRAND AND I WILL BE PLEASED
If real relief is to be provided from .
Christian usefulness. In our hum- Black TO'SHOW THEM. ALL YOU HAVE TO
tome hidden source; if$8 is to protect Nigger .
womoi frog shame $8 should be pro- ble opinion,.it.was the.most.satisfac-' DO IS TO"TELEPHONE. AND I WILL :
tory revival it has been.;our pleasure'MlattencL '
vidtd.to aaablgthe man at,work to ; .BRING ,THE ,SAMPLE TO, YOUR HOME.
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greatly revived and eighteen
is the best way to reach new GEO. A. BARKER PHONE 268
members were I added to the roll. 3f
1 the women who most need relief . ..
Mrs. M. R. Johnson - --
left ;Tuesday
u the women at home, working in the If
morning for her ,home'in Alabama you want anything in the ,Gents' ., --
kitchen and at the washtub; the silent
'City, where she to remain '
expects
women'oppressed poverty and the most of thit rnmmfr ,; Furnidhing Line now is the ac- ":,
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; Mrs.' Beggs, of Titusville, is visit- I LATEST S STVLESi1P1NGMiLLINERYC C [R
the true women'who have so to dividet'Rlaves Time
t&.t1ll wdtJl1 t't1 not1t place.DI.herJ4m.Pattiflh- - .'- __ U.of-n .this. .cepted; (f

lug Ulwe'$8 for each inmate. .
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how'that the average-:farm 1abOrert. : : i L' I I . : Laces, ,Embroideries
working tweivey and fourteen hour;.;

,earnlesi than the miniium-we prt-. Oscar Hand f. I ;
and Dress MaterialsUSSESSAMnHffl
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thops.of Chicago. I & Son : '\"
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if they were relieved more would marry 1 mer, don't fail to let us send you,the d." ..*

and keep their girls at 5oeser. FULL LINE OF .COM. Weekly i Sentinel: It will keep you ;:; FRANK HYBRS! : &- DUNN:;

Louisville Post "" 1 thoroughly ported on the happeningsin :!' Manufacturer of Art IdaI i
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During a thunder and lightening j let us show you ,a, copy. It only I 14; ; Ornamental Work 'iLlvingeton Agents for:Barclay Corsets

1' atom 'which took place at Milton I a costs a dollar a year. I ! Railroad ,,.
$1' COME IN ANB'SEE us j : .and "
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b$_ MORNING AND WEEKLY manner, gets off a strange conglomeration Department of Agriculture contains .

...---- -- ---- so badly mixed that we can some interesting sugar figures. Last .
Entered at the poet office at Orlando Louisiana got 333,000 tons of sugar
year
only conclude that the brewery, corn-
I'>>rid a. Second Class Mail tatter.i. ".
juice and Sanford celery compound, from 296,000 acres'of cane a &

., SUBSCRIPTION RATES t mixed too freely in his bread basket little over a ton to the acre. From When You Choosea >.
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and affected his noodle. Listen to 117,000 acres of cane Hawaii got 574- : .
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his woe: ,
i; One year .....................$5.00 "The Orlando Sentinel is the same the acre. ,:' t

i Six Months .... .. ...... .. .... 2X0 paper that threatened Senator N. P. This Hawaiian sugar is produced of J : '

;t Three Months ................. 1.25 Bryan with the vote of 4,000 Republicans almost exclusively by Asiatic Labor. Gift ewelryt "
in the next election because he
inhabitatnts the Islands
4 Of the male of
By newt carrier ii Orlando SO anti per would not 'endorse a Republican for
- tenth. Daily and Sunday. the office of Federal Judge, and the above 21 years of.age Chinees "
Sentinel is backed by the Orlando and Japanese form more than 75 percent
The Orlando Moraine Sentinel can be found Board of Trade the same body that while the Census of 1910 shows
i' In MLC in Orlando at CuriU A O'Neal' BookStore endorsed J..M. Cheney for Judge, the THEN YOU MAKE A LASTING GIFT THAT MUST
candidate who was backed by the Republicans that out of a little less than 46,000 BEAR EVERY TEST OF TIME AND JUDGMENT AND

complaint if'' headed by the negro, Joe .agricultural laborers over 44,000 are
We will appreciate prompt I
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ie'ivtry is not properly made by our carriers.Adevrtuing Lee of Jacksonville." ; Chinese and Japanese. The industrial TASTE. WHEN THE STOCK OF

--- rates will be furnished on ap- Now ,every man who has read the i system is baronial, the sugar being EVANS YOU ARE SECURE. FOR HERE EVERY PIECE,

; Sentinel knows that Holly having. I EVEN THE MEREST TRIFLE IS .
,1kltcn.! produced mostly on great plantations, CHOSEN BY EXPERTS
THE WEEKLY SENTINEL one of those periodical midnight horrors each employing two or three thousand WHOSE KNOWLEDGE AND TASTE HAVE WON

'E T or year, by mail pottage paid .1.00 again. The Sentinel never hands. If the object of the Tariff ,, RECOGNITION.
Addreu THE SENTINEL Orlando Florida. backed any Federal Judge and if the were to protect labor in the continental j

;K O Ire 107 Court Street. Arcade Bufldlnf Sentinel ever got any backing from United States from pauper competition THE BEAUTY, THE STYLE, THE WORKMANSHIP,
Phone 24 the Board of Trade, the Lord pity
, ; the duty on sugar apparently ARE ALWAS THE BEST. .
- those who are without backing. should be about 300 cent
L F. Editor. per EVANS' FAIR AND MODERATE PRICES ARE
J. SCHUMANN, As to the Sentinel having writtenN. AS FAMOUS -
Of course, there is no duty on Hawaiian
! JOSIAH FERRIS ,Proprietor. P. Bryan a letter on the subject sugar, for the Islands are under AS EVANS' BEAUTIFUL AND EXCLUSIVE DESIGNS

n APRIL 17TH 1913. mentioned by Holly, any man who our flag; and here we see' again "0' COMPARISON OF, VALUES INVITED.T.I1.vans.the .
THURSDAY will write Mr. Bryan, will find that that marvelous perfection of the protectionist

the Sanford monkey is attempting 1 to which the
system, by products
the Georgia
It has partly,happened to
) make another hoop pole jump and, of foreign cheap labor are carefully

peach crop. as usual, makes laughing stock of excluded from American soil,

o himself. This political nimble Jack though the cheap labor itself enters:
Talking about one's troubles never can not find a letter of any kind that in hordes.It .

mitigates them.A will give even the semblance of truthto costs much less to produce cane

t o his statement in Hawaii than in Louisiana,
hint to real estate investors: sugar JewelerOPPOSITE
But here we apologize to our readers and less in Cuba than in Hawaii. If

Buy Orlando property now. for taking any serious notice of the Tariffs true function is to fostor

o Holly. every possible industry at home by
When a small man happens to get
equalizing the difference in cost of POST OFFICE
into a large position you can always
THE CONVENIENCE OF THE ORLANDO production at home and abroad we
hear him rattle.
STORE ought to grow our own tea in hothouses EXPERT REPAIRING AND ENGRAVING.
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under a thousand cent
There is a fortune awaiting the per
Have ever thought what kind .
you duty.WHAT
man who invents a device to keep I
of a place Orlando would be to live in, .
rain out of a baseball lot. i io
if! there were no local stores? OF THE MORROW, WATCHMAN -
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z George Maynar a Worcester (Mass) I Yet some-not many; just "some"of ?
people persist in the policy of
printer, eighty-four years of age, can our I'
read twenty-four languages.Is buying in other cities, or by mail order. In this day and age of the world, ,'

o If they want a yeast cake or t a when the practice seems to be, everyman SILK STOCKINGS

Gov. Sulzer safeguarding the spool of thread they buy it at home, for himself and the devil take

traveling public or the labor union sometimes even demanding delivery.But I the hindermost, it behooves every
if they have a party dress or a !
vote?-Wall Street Journal. citizen of Orlando to do something
,y. 0 drawing-room suit to buy, somethingin purely unselfish if Orlando is kept inthe

Another, strenuous week of legislative which there is some margin of; procession. This is no pipe "

activity! What a tremendous profit, the order goes away. dream. Let any thoughtful man travel _

farce this 'legislative. game is any Isn't it a mighty convenient thingto a day's journey in any direction]
: Utica Observer. e have the home stores so that when from this city and see how towns that For Day
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o you want the yeast cake or spool of were basking lazily in the sunshine

at A want advertisement is usuallythe ; thread, or a. thousand other things, three years ago are now out stripping and llffiLiwui[

missing link between you and you can get them quick? us in the race. ,

the thing you seek. Try one .in the If the policy of buying awayfrom Natural advantages at Orlando hashad '

Sentinel Read by everyoneThe home should ever become general, the tendancy of making. our citizens EveningWear
o many lines of goods now kept here self satisfied.

who inhaled would not be kept The public would I No location in the state offers asfine
young man gas : r
x. suffer a distinct inconvenience, andthe advantages to home builders as
his
of daily
because he was deprived ; \
.' rations of cigarettes should have been first ones to kick would be those Orlando and this is no pipe dream.

warned 0'- the danger of hitting the who now,buy away from home. That we need a get together spirit,
On the contrary, if everyone bought and do something is no pipe dream.It .

pipe. o everything possible at home, many is high time that every man arouse

1 T Bids were to have been received lines of goods could be improved, and from the lethergy he has fallen intoand '. .
work but the new ones added, thus making it possible get enthusiastic and do something "
yesterday on the sewer ,i- ,
council had to postone action for to trade with the least expenditure Do some theing even if it isnt Our Personal Guarantee

;i several weeks as the specifications. of time and to the best advant- so smart *., ',

are'not yet ready. age. Help the Civic league in their efforts Accompanies Every Pair

o for a public building Help theboys

} THOUGHTS FOR DISCOURAGEDCOUNCILMEN in an effort to organize and support -
Nothing has been heard from GenCastero .
a band. Help build up and beautify
for some time. There is al.ways a park. Help do anything thatwill .
the possibility that the next item 1 --- Marion B. Ives
Think of
benefit some body. somebody
and collect
fines
of news concerning him yill be that "Would Christ assess
yourself and will findreal
except you
of thepeace
lie has returned to Venezuela.A fees, were He the justice
in Oak Park in my place?" enjoyment
0 Neil Orlando is calling for unselfish men.Sober .
This question is asked by Henry
60-ton bowlder is being moved minded men. Men who do not
" from its primeval resting place on the recently chosen justice of peace inOak do foolish things. These men are ofgreat EXCLUSIVE MILLINERY PARLORS
Park, L. I., in a letter to Mayor
Fay estate, near the Lynn-Salem line, importance to the future of Orlando -
which made public.
Gaynor, was
Massachusetts, to a point on Salem salary Let us all lay aside our petty
Mr. Neil said his office pays no -
E Common, where it will serve as a; but the law authorizes him to collect notions and get together for really Second Floor

pedestal of the Roger Conant statue fees. The system of fines forminor noble objects and each work where wecan
which is being erected in that city. do most good.NATIONAL J
offenses, Mr. Neil said, increases -
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Some papers call Bryan a Warwick law and is wrong in practice and in bad FLY CAMPAIGNThe

and others call him a Brutus, but os :in principle. "Being a firm believerin A silver potato ring was among the II

long as they keep him in the limelight,, the teachings of Christ, I desire to fly is recognized as a menace to gifts at the recent wedding of the

so to speak, it does not greatly matter 'administer the office as He would administer good, health, and war is being made daughter of John Redmond, the Irish
to the Sage of Lincoln what they do land. leader an ex COMPLETE
it, he asserted. against that pest all over the parliamentary says
call him.-Rochester Post Express. Mayor Gaynor replied to Mr. Neil National head of the boy scouts has change. The potato ring, it is said, { STOCK

a today. He said Justice Neil was elected taken the matter in hand and a northern was commonly used on,the Irish din-

1 There. are many beautiful trees under an oath to abide by the law journal speaks of, the campaignas ,ner table in the eighteenth century OF

- bordering lake Lucerne, beneath and must do so even though he con: follows: as support for the big wooden bowl

whose friendly branches are comfortable sidered the law wrong. His remedy "War on the house fly is to be one which held the piece de resistance of

seats. The editor in his home was to have the legislature change the of the things undertaken by the Boy the family dinner-the potatoes. In

,{ ward plod every night about eleven law, "If Christ accepted the office," Scouts in the coming summer. Under well-to-do families the ring was of

;, o'clock passes those seats. But then Mayor Gaynor's letter continued, "He the direction of James E. West, chief silver, and was passed on as an heir Spring
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the trees tell no tales, neither will would also accept the law as it is and scout executive, a plan has been loom.A .

we. not take the law into His own hands} He worked out for co-operation of the o

i. -o- would not assume to do,as He liked. organization with state or city boardsof I simple, although effective way, Styles

The British Admirality announce .He would administer the law as He health and other bodies that maybe ,of "breaking in" shoes is that employed

that it has been decided to discontinue found it Indeed, that is the way He interested in suppressing the ob i in the United States army.

the use of the terms "armored acted when He was on earth. He noxious and disease-breading insects. says Popular Mechanics. After the

cruiser," "protected cruiser, second abided by the law. He constantly The scouts will be encouraged to kill shoes have been fitted to their feet FASHIONABLE

class," protected cruiser, third class,'' quoted the law. When he did not like flies and to try to have breeding the soldiers stand in water up to the

"u armored cruiser," and "scout," the law He advocated a change to places, such as stables and garbage shoe tops until the leather is thor- AIDIICOIIING

' In future cruisers will be officially divided -; something better. He attended the!i.. cans, kept clean. Each city or, town (oughly soaked. Then the soldiers are ;

into three classes, namely, "bat synagogue and taught the law there is to be divided into districts each put on a march, and this "hike" is

: tle cruisers," "cruisers" and "light It was the abuse and misuse of ,the of which will be looked after by a I kept up until the shoes are thoroughly -

., cruisers." law which he denounced. division of the scouts. This is a highly dried on the feet Forever after-

r o laudable programme and it should ward the shoes are perfectly comort-

Only a few years ago the yield of PUBLIC CONSCIENCEThat result not only in keeping down the able, for they conform in shape to Straw

American oyster beds was more than number of flies but in spreading I every"littl epeculiarity of the wearer's

s sufficient to meet the home demand,, knowledge of the danger of allowing feet.
man, or body of men, who doa
even at low prices, says the Dundee them: to thrive. a Hats
there is
thing simply because _
wrong _
Adevrtiser. Then oven two thousand One of the most perfect shadows .A.Q
them
public statute to prevent _
barrels of American oysters were sold no and A building being erected in Kissimmee I cast be any mountain is that made by
1 doing it are unsafe men as a
weekly in the London market alone. for by the Methodists of that city is the peak of Teneriffe, says the Indianapolis
merited
rule meet a punishment
EZ Not more than one hundred barrels a the barf going on at a most rapid rate and it Star. At times the shadows
at
the sentence a man gets ,
week are sold there now. The loss far will be but a few months until that I so distinct it is cast out across the
of trade is not altogether due to the ) public opinion is usually more rebuke denomination can hold services in one sea, and often eclipses a number of
reaching and a more stinging
growing scarcity of American export than that pronounced from the bench. of the finest edifices in the State. adjoining islands. Sunset is the most Brown & Lartigue

= oysters, but to the success that is following perfect shadow, and there are times
When a man offends the public conscience
the work of oyster conservation when the shado wof the mountain
is there is no escape from punishment To see the folly of holding a grudge
the British Isles. England is than fifty miles in
in peak more .
I and but little hope for observe how little they care against '
parts of the con- length.
supplying many
now
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yLLY HOSIERY are very fine. Others think so

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best line of Hosiery that money selling. andThree colors, Black,

I.IOSE I can buy, and our customers are them White Ask to sea

a unit in declaring that they
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Well, Yes We
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We have just received a nice line of Shoes for Men, Women proud of this, and try a little line you ever saw and thaprice
and Children and feel that we can give you some extra is only $1.00 and $1.25.
values in the Shoe Line, if you will only makeyourwantsknown harder this season than usual We
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I We carry the famous "SOROSIS" line of shoes for Women, to make the line the VERY them in Ginghams,

4 as well as the "QUEEN QUALITY" line, and in the Mens BEST. We have all colors in Linens, Percales, and novelty

+ goods, we have a line of shoes that are made specially to order If' goods and in all the best shades.
I for us, and we KNOW they are right, and we stand back of both Silk and L' or

every pair we sell of them. If they do not give perfectly satiswomen, and we also carry a nice Since these. goods came in, our

a factory wear, we will make them good to you. No exceptions! line of Lisle customers have been buying
'r' on this line of "BOARDMAN" shoes, and there are no strings Hose with very fine from
4 tied to the guarantee, you don't have to send them back to the ribs, for Girls two to five of them as they;

makers, and prepay the express charges. Just simply bring We also have are such extra values that they
o them to us, and we will satisfy you. a "special" inLadies can not resist the temptation to
o lose, at 35c or three
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Reverend Alfred A. Rickert spent Dr. W. H. Merriman left last nigh PLAY BALL. NEWS I 1 -
WADE terday !in Maitland with friends. for his home in Poland, N. Y. FROM ALL PARTS OF The Live Ook Canning Company

League Fins Line FLORIDA. I 1 expects to begin operation about
THE TUNER Up Initial Game Arcadia's theater May
new is
Reverend L. A. Spencer is expected Marion, the little son of Mr. and On Today ing( fast near ;,1. Aman with four years' explrenca
ORLANDO. FLA. home today from Tallahassee, Mrs. J. M. Freeman, is out again This afternoon, at Jacksonville will completion. i I' wil be at the head of the factory and

where he has spent several days on after a severe illnes. witness the opening of baseball Plans from fifteen to twenty girls will be
badness game ,for the seventh big apartment { employed.
of this year's series Jackson-
house for Miami i
were completed
Mr. H. J. Nyiwongar, of North Mr. Bert Hill, who has been in Orlando villa hat a strong bunch of players a few days I _
Madison, Ohio, ii looking *Orlando Mrs. W. S. Branch, and daughter, for the past five months, leftlast I sacral of whom have places in the ago Moving pictures of the late Ponce

0Ytr. I Roberta, who have been visiting in night for Wills, Maine. I champion column and will put up a The only schedules-! i jde Leon celebration will soon be
that .
Jacksonville, for the past week returned stiff everybody shown all over the country. Two reels
game.
Mr J. E. DeBill, I business mm I to their home in this city yesterday Mr. Harry A. Piper has brought I Following ii the correct batting are favors playing are those the baseball teams of these pictures were shown at the

Jacksonville, was la the city yes his pleasant vacation to a close and order ai it will appear this after I Jefferson theater in St. Augustine
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Urdty I returned to hit home in Brooklyn, I noon, and it really ii enough to cause A last night
S-; new pier is to be constructed in i
Mr. Isaac
and of Y N'I I
;family wild
I fluctuations of the heart of most Peniacola which will be twelve hundred
Martin 0 SangsUr of Montgomery i Danville, 111., who have spent the any young twirler; feet in length. I Building operations are said to be
winter in Tampa, are enjoying real 1 Mrs, C. M. Turner has I more active In West Palm
ii in the city for a few days featureMaking. gone to her Hoffman, rightfleld; Cueto, third I Beach at
I Florida life in Orlando before startIng home in New York, but has her plans i base; Carroll, center field; Cruise, left It is when an-American this time than ever before. Three

r northward. made to return to Orlando in the I field; Melchoir, first base; Kiump, from abroad that he knows'it returns i It not(besides new churches are to be erected there-
Among the out of town guests fall. i I short stop; Maurer, second base; his duty to his I a number of. .business house
yesterday was Mr. C. S. Redd of Co- Thomas Luke, of Reading Pa., is( Smith, catcher; Horton, pitcher. pay respects |and residences
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luabus, Ga. looking Orange county over with theobject Mrs. M. T Hawkins, who hat been The Sentinel's sympathies are materially U there is I -
r t :' in view of establishing a dairy I i|spending the winter in Orlando, returned with the Jacksonville nine, the cup, as there as much is to"come Sir Thtraas bark"to i I In the church conferences this

Mr Edward 0. Marshall one of the farm for butter purposes If he 'findsconditions I to her home in Glascow, Mo., and here's hoping for you boys. Lipton, as they say in England it will! spring there !is general dismay over
favorable. yesterday. failure of young men to devote .
men who enjoys lift at Altamonte I i I come back. I themI
Springs was in Orlando yesterday. Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Swasey, and selves to the ministry., In spite of industrious -

1 I. Joshua Ebholtzer, a hardy German Mr. W. H. Sanborn, of Boston, mother, Mrs. 'Getchell, who are winter Since the second defeat of campaigning for candidate
Mr. J. L Sulton and Mr. F. a Cal-o has purchased a farm in Orange county M ass., after a pleasant stay of several residents of this city and large i suffrage the equal I by the committees and theological

Tin of Atlanta, Georgia, were in Orlando and will return to Pennsylvaniaand months in Orlando, has return property owners, left Wednesday, doubt that the suffragettes Michiganders have no I'schools the supply !ii small. The main
looking after business yester- arrange to move his family to ed to his home. over the Seaboard for their home i in I lot of geese. are a explanation is the pay and coat of liv

day. : . -<< ., !Wells, Maine. The Sentinel will be ing. In many of the conferences the
r Among those of our winter guestswho 'week11'YlI "'in their home preachers have reported that they}
Within
George Somers of, :Utah, is in Orlando : Mr. E. W. Ware, who is one of Or- have lately departed for the( the past seven months the I were unable to collect all their salaries
and will spend several weeks lando's,reliable plasterers, and who 1 i!,north, was Mr. Charles J. Searcy, of j Mr. A. P. Butman, one of Orlan-, deposits of the national ,banks in I last year because the people
Tampa have
looking over Orange county fruit!;owns a good place south of this city, Poland, N. Y. |do's winter guests who is pleasantly] and half increased over a million I could not spare the money. In the

land deft last night for his old home in I located in Concord Park, will leave a dollars. ... .'same conferences the young men were
i t Buckhanan West Virginia 'where he Mr. George E. Peterson for warned not to
who has his home in Lawrence, Mass., to- get married. The young
Mr. James Crane; of Nashville,I will spend the summer. been sojourning for a time in Or'morrow and the Sentinel will follow There are so many serums being men of the present day do not seek

Tennessee Is looking over Orangeeounty lando, has returned to his home in him to keep him posted on Orlando -, discovered these days that scarcely that kind of martyrdom. t
and expects to make several I Mr. B. Beecham, one of the largest Merrimac, New Hampshire. I happenings. Mr. Batman promisesto anybody can hope, to have enoughdiseases Y

purchases. orange growers in this county, is I i come back next winter. to try them all. Work was started last week on the

I spending much of his time at Apopka Mr. and Mrs. J. Moody and daughter -i I rebuilding and improvement of the
Mr. H. C. Slaughter of Chicago,*is"where he is having forty acres of new Miss Flarence. after a pleasant II I HAMMOND CASE CONTINUES. Between keeping the hacpinjrom: electric light and ice plant in Fort
spending several days in the city: grove planted. When such men as stay in Orlando, returned toi'theirhome being too long and the bathing suits Myers. The old building will be torn
h hiding for business and is stopping I Mr. Beecham invests heavily in groves in Detroit,Michigan ,today. In the case of John T. Hammondvs from being too short, it will be a busy down and new and strictly modern
at the San Juan. .it is a pretty safe pointer for otherinvestors. the Consolidated Grocery Company summer for New Jersey. buildings of brick will be erected. The
the second day of the trial -
PICNIC AT FORT CHRISTMAS. m'I present capacity of the plant will be
this
Mr. B. K. Wallace of case was consumed yesterday doubled.
Indinan, who The First State Bank of New and modern ice and
There will be a big picnic and barbecue the of Zephyr-
reading depositions of J. A.
recently purchased a lot in Orlandoii Mrs. Plaisted and hills is making plans to build electric machinery will be installed '
t. daughter, Miss at the same old grounds at Van Hoose, former president of the a fine ,
planning to build a home beforehe Gertrude, who, for several years have Fort Christmas on May the first. Southern Wholesale Grocers' Association new home. The building will be a and a 1,000 ton storage house erected.
leaves for the north.
been winter large two-story brick -
residents of Orlando, Pavillion and horse structure.
racing will be the and minutes of various conventions
leave on the noon train for Arlan tn.. sports. held that r Information was received in Jacksonville

' Mr. J. B. Taylor, of Houston, Texas After attending the Grand Opera they Every body is cordially invited to a stubborn by fight body between, there the beingalso attorneys There is another advantage. In ad I Saturday morning that the
la spending a few days in the city. He will make short visits in dressing the passenger and freight launch
I Tryon, N. C., come. It Is requested that baskets as to the introduction of House, the President not Mary C.
certain
la looking for a home in Florida, and Washington, Philadelphia and only breaks was burned to the water's edge at
New contain no meat as this will be documents and of what is knownas a long precedent, but
speaks well of Orlando.J. I York before returning to their home furnished by the committee. the "green book." he breaks the precedent of len ,.twill h. Mayport Friday night The origin of '
in Maine. Both the fire is unknown. The boat
have
made many Committee, It is that the r was
expected
I case tied
B. Filley, of Mt. Clemmons, Mich( j' warm friends in the city who feel deep B. F. GORE, not consume the length of time required Even if they had furnished a menu up at the Gavigan dock at May-
igan has purchased an eighty acre I;regret that the Plaisteds cannot return W N. SAVAGE, at the other trials, Jones ft card when the President of France port and the fire' also destroyed the
tract of land west of the city and next I i inthe, fall. \ J. R. PARKER Jones, of Orlando are representing dined at the American Embassy what had pier and a quantity of lumber which
fall will han the whole set to citrus he previously been unloaded there. ,
the plaintiff in addition to fishes A was eating would have been plain The
Mary had
grove. I I Subscribe for the Sentinel i Subscribe for tin) tattntl Bedell, of this city.-Times-Union, 16. to him. ly between C Jacksonville been plying and Mayport regular -

. . for the last year, carrying United
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income tax and direct eleciluu at the Hive
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,Good Thlsfriisife QuestlenfWiththerent mlo |tt.willtt run in the "Too..lAte _. ,
[ ;ili< weeks ia 'arrears to CUttify column "
I Scribbler nt trembling lest the laad. Boefttri of sire lino' or leea-ap*
lady should heir" the beiitlng of bin Mtaftttlr. 80 wortk-o*'.to*. ft
i formWell and. call for cents! } three UaM ,(0 CM week 'v
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heart a feckoatoi. re weekly
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eotl; there .reached We ears the sound ";Lodi; one month, ".00. *
Y of eerie words, an of two striving etagetter I ((1U1111FOE,i
in deadly argtttuent (kribblerberatne L03T-A black suit coat, satin lln ) I
aware that Ur and Mrs Ins trimmed with illk braid. Near
r.* Trslnid lervints.if fflutnpklttf' wire UK>tfed In UMUIllI}ig city Limits on road to Altamonte.
,' it be your fortune to biN .ftltllt" ont of thtir domtstic tsovlei Finder return to this office and receive

t" would be well to remember tbA'i you At length there tame i light tip :on nward 15..j

"' Iri'ecteriaj Isle I builneiii contrun, the dour

; NCI ildi of which: should be ob w?
the. litter, ,Tbt,MnlDt problem\ as a possible iVeaue of escape. How Address Mri E. W Bullock, 11 it
sot only. a result ,of Industrial, condltioni ayer before tw could mote up.hia mead Shelby attest 14-3t,, ::
'to try the riiQipout 'route the door
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, but ot,Oa. home conditions., andy SALE
opened cautiously' ,;and Grit Blnnpklni'bald ROOMS-For light houl. realonabii .
W a mistress itmenberi thlt'l serve bead appeared and then the rest for the luramer. Apply 308 .

,lot Us humiD being,,and trMU the of him crept slowly in North Orange avenue 4.15 fit

worker cooilderiUIji, perbap the mil ,In.i ,hispar, b'ldlQCrtbbler Dot

' ef the mill with its regular boars, will to pay Mrs Blumpkins, Insomuch so BUY suburb a lot in In tilt Thornton part of the Park city, a, Carl nice ,- -- -- -

Bot.be to alluring, she was not the bead of itbe house Jenicn. '.

|1& .frfqoiDtl f,Us to a oman'. lot J Bcjribbler ecquiwod and Blompiinsdisappeared. .
OAK HILL ii the beautiful iub .
dlvis.
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willing .
: to train a servant Into the \
way _;A little later' another rap on the door ion to the Northeast the city and "
ef, her..born* iDd'IOmtttmn Into the this time more Insistent caused Scribbler I still have some choice lots there. I
;' ways of serving. The Important thing to look up. It was Mrs. Blumpkins Carl Jensen.WANTED '

....JtORsl! | pt1tojnnch1.,t.ease, ..:67,_doa't ge'.1D1.91) .JJ1IIlaD1.mon. ; =A .
Take one setting of the table and the ey. Mr. Scribbler,pe won't do nothing 6iitlon"al'ttafaaget;
serving, and by repetition and frequent: but dank It up.;; This morning bad to resident,caretaker and owners collector for mm>

.)essou have the maid master this. IPprws.on let him know;,wbd runs this bouse. We' property who can rive it By close man at ofexperience . ,' :.' ... 'tL" <: ...' .

;her mind ,the importance of ain't speaking to each other now," ; tendon. Address.' Collector, Sentinel l .
x ..ihe mechanicst of '! "Iq. The most Again Scribblw JequIe eecJ. 4-,? t,

n ,v>leeltpedenced: will :soon acquire effl That" 'was six months gaga .They,
4 .. eiency' to placing.the, silver: glasses hatent-ipoken to.each, other yet and WANTED-01d :Mirriors .feathered, Run 6,000 miles perfect con-
etc. correctly. ( Scribbler goes on his way rejoicing. mating them as good as new. New ,
,Generally speaking, the knives ands : ,Pule.quwtion: What will be, the wed to order bythe latest im-

.apoona. are placed st the, right of tbe, ftrst qpestion thej ask when they start proof backing French put procear"on them.and damp Seed dition. Car "complete not a defect.
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plate, the forks (the left""That: on speaking agalol'-Satire. postal, name and address to H. Al .
the' right which is 'to be used'flrstflocb %' Royston, and I will call and take your t, .,

as the oyster fork, should be the. I 'TINY'ELECTRIC IONS. onto. ''Mar2Mm Am ;leaving Orlando.; Must Sell.' '
v. enter one,:the next would be the txrailov -
)eclipoonvnd' $o'T>n.. The .dessert ftoitnc Says Are the Smallest FOR ,SALE- New, .A ven:rpon;'house
They
with all
rmodern jinproyeinents.
and the coffee spoons are last ,.Foraare Uniti In WWorld.' '?

easily disposed of for the salad .We used-to'tblntfthaf'about- the $3,000.: Address Wmtskeautaole'partpay' Owner/care1; Sentinel ,.

.**.fork, the,.smaller one.. Is' last to be used smallest thing In ,the world was an , r, -

: aced therefore .nareat__the,plfte. They atom of hydrogen. In fact it was FOR ,SALE-AZ1out foss acres, p6 .; '. dI
'iiethod is to wort from the outside in'toward treesseven yesJs'bld/onlaie ,1' 'I r '" ,"
whicb'tbe Adair
; .taken as,tne.uiDlit by ,atomic sir.
the center ten minutes walk front'Orange'avenue "
of all'petals
weight was .expressed.
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Butter'plates are placed at the left For'inatarice, the' smallest possible division on Apopka road. See owner'oti'premises. :: stl-

i ,ta;tent of the plate: glasses for water of the metal leaH was-found' to SamM., .Cooley.10.1wk f .

at the right w be 206 times that of hydrogen gold ., '; *' .* ' *JIT. nl. ._.
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nge or ale "' >"-. wfyVK. .
A good servant keeps glasses always 196 times etc. I Forge "' y .. -:
..,,i. .Jled.andplaces fresbTbotter' ,00 the .Hand In; band. however with' the 'oria.kd\ or Counties other'"i: .>"forH-four roperty' 'uOrange I I '. '
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x ,c pistes. Serving' should be done from modern conception. .,.of, the, nature of dwellings in Pittsburgh, Fit .Houses : : . 'T
4 ;'t'left except.coffeVwhich* should bt the electric current has come a, new' binginff good rent All modern build I
'placed'at'the right of the diner. conceptiogof Infinitude. In small things, ings. Can be.handled 'separate', if de- I IIIied.
The proper form ,addressing aTM No,,: they say. the smallest thing In :.1): I
r L.W Bistres 18. :Yea.:\.madam.1or.: the' world"'dMsatie by. the'hand' of :Address 'F. JOSEPH BAEHN;:t. :

r; lifts Brown" If there.are any, oubts mania' the electric'i '''too. Thla' i is the lmo.17-17 .Orlando; ;;Fla : SEEAutomobile ::

about a mUtress' Inclination to sec individual unit of electricity, the movIng I
??, fnertsfa,polite -l wlll' U the card'oj callers- should begiven. ,through a. wire. ..11\; Is.IODaJI that it "..business'with' well : d :
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A polite quiet demeanor'ts'a'. run established trade.! Need'more'capital. I *
s"copper bar Co."l
through, at a
can "- :
will take' make
and will
partner'or a
Neat'nes :
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requisite1 of s; gbod aerfant speed of 186 AA1U miles"second without stock with
Js another factor.' Dd lit were .well toY "Electric" 'Iona company $15,000 to $20-
turning corners. 000 capital, Plantup to date and in
Suggest that these two factors are deji trickle through copper wire In much excellent condition.wAddres9''Manu- ((1:

: ,.oded. l s; ;ML: tAs the same 'way 'u'rritu' of sand facturer;in care of SentineL 1 tf Orlando' Florida ":rCf.
.. the jel$1oz between themwtress ..' ,
tC .. I< through a. sieve. .
"' and the'servants are Business relattoni -, ,ScleutiatL armed witn instruments L1 I f1 i /r, ii'ti .vrL-a I'' }
'* 'undue fa FORTRENTFurnished 'cottageon -
there'should'not be considerably finer than grocery store my :
lrf+ niartty)' between" them. ',t' often scales, have Isolated and measured Lucerne' Circle:' .Jas."A.:"'Knox. *t : .. I ., .': :.WUWUUWWrt..:...:J 21"I.' .

?. breeds construed contempt however This, to mean must not that bo a that them ligbtest'of and found airgases'hydrogen.that their' ,jelatbn to Isas FOR SALE-One' 'touring car, only ',.'1) ..q.. ."1' ....0 1n "f'oif T>T'i..1:'

.,, .mistress should' forget her politeness one1 1 to the seventeenth{power often been run 3500 milesguaranteedin ." ::1,1 _ y ,.L.. "r "
wteni iddreaelnc aercihti., or ,In :otber words 'the fraction perfect condition., Has all modem 9n6 I NEW
;' ; 450.00 'will ; YORK BOSTON
'vfoen'ssking one to paj a dish."etc:: eq. ipments' buy '.r .
*< 'tutttwoid'"pleue"i need' hot be representing their..relationto_an atom it. No better. bargain offered. 'TurOAKtANDJi : .
of hydrogen Is expressed by a million 4-14 2t. DO LIVE'S GARAGE. AND" 'ALL
diapensed'wlth7and: an amiable -thank.yon" ,
h million-millionth. Chicago Record . : 9 Nerlken aid Eastern Fonts
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4; should be given; Herald. FOR, SALE-Or will exchange for .
Women .servant ,an" >. addressed by diamond One four:-h. p., single .nitteAR.I -.r e.. Retttal and Healthful Sea Voyage
their first names Men servants anraallyaddressedby > ,Generous Soul. 'Cylinder motor cycle in'good condition. .
their surnames.A "Now. Jim." said the old lady to her Apply;to 109 Ernestine St., or phone '01: 6200-Ton M.dern' SteelSteamthipi
considerate 'mtorew, never, .reprtmaods son who was about to leave the countryside 27, 3 rings. It. TaYbODY- I l ?F '400 Feet
: FARES
,_ her e'rvanto before strangers to try his luck In London,
ind should ask that any\ questions in there's plenty of .money in that bij'? FOR RENT-Furnished suite of large TALKING: !I FROM Long. Stoporrraillslcilrci
,, the mind of' tfa e'servant'be,solved br- -airy'roomsforlight': housekeeping.Close $avaaaa >
city for the streets are said to be even / I I J
'pl'H' DtlDg,t bem to her. ,1V, rquipolse! paved with.gold." ,in ,cheap rent. 312 North Main. ABOUT I JACKSONVILLETO. .

a of a mistress Is reflected .in.the man Jim "had his doots." but. these wen 166t.You' .
c Mr of, her. \.'nnt., and fairness l in quickly removed for'he bad barely got; F.taa tr ,rk
r 'treatment is usually frectpcocated: A out of Custou-station when to his surprise should think not only of what ASK FORDEMONSTRATIONA; ) New York $24.90 ,19.00 ..., /
clear of the duties be saved as, between different 4
'understanding to ; he'espied slyly reposing on the can Boston 28.10 23.00
1 performed.. 'regular 'remon ratloo'aDd kerb a bright glittering sovereign Ea articles and their uses, but as between -
x a kind business relationship t will gerly be picked it walked little ;. different stores and buying seasons ,SEEMAGRUDER Including' MeateaniStat.roomAccansoi.dwaiSto.nai "
up.and a
I Gnei/iib...6r ..;.tltk1/ta fn:II hti Naar ;
til, make the household wheels go smoothly :farther when be well. Read the, advertisments in '
on. came across a as" -jAcksoNviui: omcE,'27 BOCAN STj-'rhoste na
', on thetr.wtyDon't overwork, blind man who was begging. The Sentinel, closely and constantly .... t.oaattrACR..T.r.lt.. ... . .W:LlIOUU.t1IW a
If she
your servant At once bis sympathetic heart went
\ be quick'. good :worker the time very day' and they will help you
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;> : out to the unfortunate man and as he . ,
of down to ---- - .
saved her. In this keep your cost living a
belongs to way you put the sovereign into his band be said:1 -- -
will get thebestlserilceind'the' most "Take this my friend. I can see 'em. minimum. They' will direct you to - .. - -, -. -- -
willing attitude toward you and your tha' can't-! London Globe. the right store at the right,time.

borne. .z'i' -, .-}.. .
Scared Both o f Them. Money to, loan on improved prop- WELCOME TO 'ORLANDOBUSINESS

Postcard Invitations. When Justice- "Mae te 'was on thu erty. S.Y. WAY.-tf
Although; 'it Is,"ot the best taste .In bench, '
a bullying counsel was one day ROYAL PALM
the world to picture. for !
use, postals .
browbeating an'elderl, female witness
Invitations, they may piss between Ins case before him. Having badgered GOOD WORK MULES I .. CO'LLEGEMODERN
friends at the time of some Impromptu : BARBER II
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otter
z social happening or other, the sender her into a state of speechlessness, .. - SIIOPI
the lawyer appealed to the Judge to I
y of the Invite apologizing, however for
make her answer his questions. "Whydo
and
Modern Complete,
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her of Thus she would write
use one. For Sale by
you not answer, madam? asked the _
t In this case; "Excuse postal but we Judge. "Because. my' lord he scares Everything new, individual COURSES IN

are getting up a dance and ions for me so." replied the trembling woman. electric attachments at every

you Tomorrow"night Write you, wit: "So does be me ma'am said the Judge H. G. HarperSouth chair. No atone has been left Single and Double Entry Bookkeeping. Cor-
make na happy by coming
"Indeed, yes." with her signature below -Law Notes. unturned to make this shop poration Bookkeeping, Banking, Shorthand,
would be quite enough for the Hughy St. Phone 534 I meet th erequirements of the

pressed for time but it would be pretty In the Malay archipelago Is a reptile I room. Courteous attendants. I Commercial Arithmetic, Spelling and all
much like tbemrthIcal It has '' '
c to add a word more-"Bow good of dragon. Hauling 6f all kinds, and 'plow-
; you to remember me!" false ribs that' extend the loose ,skin ELIJAH WHTTEHEAD, Branches of Civil Service.
A verbal response to invitations d"torm its wings! There: Is also a ing carefully looked after. Proprietor.
frog with spreading feet that makes
requires as ,1 have said some 1 good a Orange Are, - Orlando, Fla.
parachute which enables it to flit from i DAY AND NIGHT CLASSES
feeling behind it. and If It comes fromquite '
an old lady or gentleman here .is tree to tree, and a flying lemur that can. GIVE US A TRIAL
spread out its whole like
truly the time' for a gush of enthUst body an umbrella Experienced Teachers in Charge. Diplomas
and leap and fly a hundred feet
jtlc pleasure Old people lor to feel
r that they are still of importance a* i at a time from the top of one tree to Granted and Positions Secured' for Gradu
4 another.
indeed they are wbeu tbey are interested '
r ates.
In the welfare of young folks LI'Mustard
Pr..thing and Practice. '
'
and they can never b too tenderly Patronize Home Institutions.
; treated "(sn't it horrid" remarked Mill
RI4FEED
Swyftly to her friend-lsn't it horrid 111 \ LiAGEU1SL I

The Week End Desk Gas*. that men will put these nasty old pipes -
Dear week end girt don't rely upon Into their mouths "- Manicure. Pedicure, |Shampoo For Prices and Terms call on or address: ,
t
your busy hostess for writing mate "Y ea. said her friend emphatically
fink There may not be even a desk u she stooped and. tenderly kissed the f IF ace and Scalp Massage.

in your bedroom. and some other guest black face of her pet pug-"yes, IndeedIt Parlor over,Dickson & Ives store,

may be writing In the library at the< Is.-Pearson's. corner Orange and Central Or1o -Bnsess Colleaehu
; very moment when you wish to send -FOR- rr' 17
out a note. So be sure to pack Into A'Suggestion. Avenues. \ i
t: your suit cast one of the conveniencesof "John." said ore Slither, -where T fLeeR PIONE t
flexible leather of book shape which! can I get a set of resolution passed by DYE( SIOC'KCAUBA
has several I pages of blotting paper our civic Sorority yesterday en Mrs. Duncan U.' Fletcher wife of 'HAND BUILDING 'ORLANDO
and compartments for stationery u grossed Senator Fletcher, of, Jacksonville!recently I FLA.
well as for a bottle of Ink so ftrmly! "1 really dont know my dear." said made president of the Congressional - y ,-
encased that there Is no danger to the Slithers: -Why doot yon have then Club in Washington, was bos- H'The
wardroke belongings with which It embroideredJudp.
teas a few days ago at one of the
may be packs d. Th eases .come I Il In --=
Accuracy is the twin brother, ftooeity. largest luncheons of the season. The< Grain Mn.Chmh .
} black l or flatored morocco. ; In pigskin
sealitfo. .- >moD& affair was held at the Congressional JobMu..ih
and in
Lei
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3Cary F. and Harry Moon transactedbusiness PUBLICAUCTIQN1tAT .

In Orlando last Friday. IN
B.,$ Vaughn, Mrs. Martin and
dangler Vivian left Monday for their r

homtJiear Augusta, MicL; expecting EWELRYJEWELRY
to return here in the fall Mr. Mar- S. E.. Lesher's : ;
tin will remain here. Jewelry Store: ; r..
Mrs. Evyen White was shopping in l
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Orlando 16.*and Monday.Mn. B. E. Miller- of Or-, ;; r In.order'.to quit business 1 will offer my entire stock.at Auction., c .


lastj&roday.Mrsl,were. here guests of friends !l' ,Sat la Y .A"'Jtfth! :at IN ail. 7.31, M. :Daily' ;; o ns

Mabel Harris was a visitor,in 1 1 *. .. 4-k .: .,
?
Orlaado last Until allgoods are sold. 1 '
Friday. -- I Is one of the necessities of life.
-
I Birdie Prescott, who has been:.running .; ri"
;;a meat market in Winter Park 1 BILLY NO'bNEY. Auctioneer 1 Satisfactory Jewelry most
is here his .
visiting parents.Geo '
have style, design and
Mr. quality,
% Hoffman, Lumpkins and .
R. G, Bryan, of Orlando were visitorsin '! 'I ," \ and. don't forget that the price
Taft last Sunday. . '
Lyman Bowman, Harry Moon, Viv- HlillllMMMillMIMItlMIMHtMIIHiMIMIMUMMMMIIIiilMllllllllillt, has something to do with it too,

.,ian Martin and Francis!Ellison, mo- ; We have them all :
tored:to Orlando Sunday.. 4
*" IF. YOU WANT
B,.F. Bryan left Sunday for Orlando THE LATEST: .. Everything. i Guaranteed.. .
-; (
to be employed its the Laubach i
; Try our satisfactory repair de
feed I
store.Hev IN T
.
; Mr. Murphy left-Monday for ; Ii ::'1 r :: :::: r partment. :

of Lakeland meetings.Mr where. he will:hold a series THE LINE OF UP TO DATE ::PRY- GOODS, \,CLOTHING. ; ,, ,

. Simmons was a business ..vis- HATS AND SHOES,. ALSO LADIES READY TO WEAR .
a f .
.
,.
tor )n Orlando Monday, DR SSKsioF ALL D1SOUPTJONS COME TO & SALO-': "
Several friends and relatives;of.J. ; ; L
0. Collins enjoyed a fine birthday MOWSATISFACTION: GUARANTEED OR MONEY i Aikn&C

dinner given in his honor at his homeon REFUNDED. .

Palm Ave, Monday,noon. Mr.
Collins:: was seventy years old. Those I JEWELERS,
present 1 were, MesdameeAnne: Martin, r

Mary F. Moon, J. N. Anik and Ara B. S.alomonOil'laJ1d.o :
Payne, J. H. Estes and<:Harry Moon.MrstijChas. : Orlando, :Florida

: Hartly and;son Edward,
Mr.Iand Mrs. Chas. Franklin, Mr. and IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII'IIIIIII'II ItlilllllllMIM lllllllf 0-
Mrs:; iA. L Wright, Mr. and Mrs. ***** ,,, ,,HMIItlllMMilllilliiiUModel

Worley and Mr. and Mrs. Winnifred : : ::

Newman and children Ruth:Jind'Isaac.lfe :
Bythrow left Monday for :1:1.r
s- lj Grocery
Savannah, Ga., where he will spend
11 summer. OMPANf'
ORLANDOBANK& TRUS8 .
.rI' :
Mrfand Mrs. W. G. Sphaler and .
18 West Church
Chai.Hartley motored to Plant Cityand ::: Street
tt
Tampa Sunday, returning Tuesday Il Il ,
| Capital art Surplus art'U4ivl4d Profits $ .,....''. It: 'j'. A
FANCY AND STAPLE GROCERIES. NEW AND
RsV, Bell, of Orlando is holding TGIalles .
rees over Harkrs
Tfcrte-f of a Milta. : '
meetings. in the M. E. parsonage'this FRESH

w e4*., L Report of the Condition of Orlando We Give Oar Personal Attention to Our Customers> and
Spahleii-Was visitor in PineCastT .
.
e1 Sunday.' I, L -. Bank.and Trust Cot, Condoned Guarantee Satisfaction': Prompt Delivery IJ

Mr.-and Mrs. A. J. Richardson From Report to Comptroller ; Give Us.'a .Trial J,
were business visitors in Pine Castel ir Feb. 4,1911 T I'.

Monday.J.',N.Ahik of DeLeon Springs spenta 1 k RESOURCISLoana Sightler Bros., Proprietorsiiiiiimiiimiii ;"

few hours in Taft Tuesday nigh, a ; and Discounts .".!'$393,161.5w I

the guest of his wfofand little!'i ion t Overdarfti .............. 198X3 ...-.-........ __ -
Leslie Stocks and Bonds ....... 26,01848 -.- - -..IIMMHIIIiillllMiTHE : r"
*: '
Harry Moon assisting Chas Hartley a Real Estate, Furniture and i '
: " Fixtures .. ..........
with his w<*k at the. A. CL 25,85844 H. H. P. STRAIGHT
r
Cash on hand and in Banks 215,08188'
railway station. t
II- ..,
* A. L Wright transacted business w j :' J For",Sate at ail-Cigar Stores .;
f-in Orlando'last Saturday. .$660,3108 .
'
Orlando's Newest Cigar Made in Orlando.
LIABILITIES
t
PINE CASTLE I Capital Stock ..........:100000.00 Havana 'and Florida Wrappers '
Surplus and Undivided I "
TijO and Be' Convinced
Mrs. Martha Mills is visiting her Profits '... ........... 22,83183
son,' J. B. Mills at Clarcona. ,.;i Deposits .... .. .......... 537,4185 HERMAN H. FINDER M'ffg'r

Mr. and Mrs. Theron Keene, of Orange .. .
Center spent a few days recently u $6eom.18We 212 South OrangeMtMlllimiMIIIIMMMI

.....
with relatives here I -
I invite the attention of our cos. .
Mrs. John Hansel, Mrs. Virgie '
tomers. and friends to our statement I- I
Johns, Miss Ethel Tanner and Miss : s. I DID YOU BUY !
above and wish to assure them that
Nellie Hansel of Kissimmee,were,via '..11 -
we appreciate their patronage and
iting friends here Saturday and Sun- OUR I,
I overheard
ask for a continuance of same.Don't .'' a prominent hardware
t + t j dealer say this morning to a prominent
da7.Jlrs.. Chas. Livengood, and Mr..and r k forget that our'deposits art ke CreamNEW :,: citizen of Orlando, I could have
: insured. bought land at $150 and $&.00 bat
have
Wm. returned
Mrs Livengood .. A cordial I III did not do it
invitation is,extended to, ...
from an auto trip to the East Coast. At the
visitors in our city to call and time he referred to I sold
Mrs. L N;Aten:is at New Smyrnaon open t for an Orlando man several hundred
a visit ; a vtfMtit,State sal Ceiaty DcpstlHry. an account with us. Ice CreamIS: acres of land in Orange county for
L': J f LOO per acre; the same land Is now
Lii. o/-- 1 ii sold in 10 and twenty sere tracts for
It is not peculiar that some people 13040 per acre, and is. cheap at, this
;
;[ave over cubist art.. .Think: of the -- . ke Cream price, '" -
-h J What the Orlando
were people boy
.
umber of men who believe that,there 'I I
at that time Gold ...
: -lug
[*it something good in futurist,political MADE yw had bought land you could
pramIIeL 1m. your:profit,: ;You knew,INN

The shipping season is now in full W. M. SLEMONSOur :. Ice Cream. ,ago without your'having profit'on to figure the mining on it

blast. Thousands ,of crates ,of beans, .. FROM : [ If' yon ,have not yet :bought some
.
cukes and .potatoes are. going forvward I Orlando or, Orange I aunty property,
svery ,day. :And. the prices are ke Cream : there U atm :opportunities 'for' Iarproltl'and

good. It seems ,to be,,the ,good luck - .. I.ea-MIl I-1oU can some that,wffl Ii'
of ,Plat City and her farmers 'that REAL make' but ,
you money your gold min
there is a scarcity of vegatables, at New Spring Stock is Coming In ing stock. will,not buylt. -
all places and Plant City is in the ke Cream CalTand, see me.
CARL JANSEN
swim, ao to speck so,fares demand And we will offer to yon a Choice SeJecttee of High Class Goods Ofiee over Dickson-A Ives,'"Orange,
and prices are concerned. There are .,IN DRY GOODS, ALL THE STAPLE AND' USEFUL CREAM Avenue,, Orlando, Pla. .
hand and they make thing siively.There GOODS as well as FANCY'SILKS,'mi FINE DRESS GOODS, The banks and the business men of

has been,such a,rivalry.amongbuyers HOSIERY IN SILK LISLE AND COTTON, and the- Many Accessories : fce Cream : ; them.Orlando know' me,-j if you ifjT'do not.' ask'
that taro or"three fistcuffs that WOMB Use. BEST ::
bsye been reported; Prices .are good ,.:

and*'. the.buyerilurading"the.streetlooking look favorable- : continue., Youse Bargains Six Days in Every WeekWe : ke Cream ''itillllllillM r. II

for the .farmers. and garden- YOU
'era to came..in with':a load of stuff,, carry all the time a large stock,of SHOES of'the best .
and with check book in hand, he stops makes and newest'styki, KING QUALITY MEN'S SHOES ke Cream I
TESTS'WOMEN'S; SHOES AND CHILD- : THE ONE THAT
CRADDOCK CIGAR
aoad and if jossible makes a deal, I . ,
and pays for the load, directing thatit REN'S SHOES.. NONE- - BETTER ARE SOLD IN THIS, EVER. I
be delivered at the platform MARKET *
express
Plant City is the best.local market SCHLOSS BROS. FINE SUITS FOR MEN at 115.... $20. Ice Crag I \. EVERYBODY, 'r. LIKES.

for everything that the farmer grows $25.00 and, $30.00- are onsmpasBed:'for STYLE FIT, ;AN? TASTEDkeCream II I : 7

that can be found in the State. The QUALITY: I ,
local banks also take an interest in LORD BALTIMORE.. .. BOYS.,.. SUITS- 'WILL, BE SURE- TO .: .
the furtherance of the interest of PLEASE YOU. dAWLEY'SSTRAIGHTS s

buyers and planters and come- .. AT ':
..qaently the banks frequently keep I

open until long after hours for the

purpose of cashing checks that .are SLBMONSMore elane rue Co5 i
W.
drawn in payment to the farmers Get the best cigar at five

when it comes to furnishing something I.I I. cents, the neap time you
to strengthen the inner man. Quick Delivery I want to smoked-judge for

Plant City note in Times-Union. Watkina Building I yourself.
icebergs adrift in the north- II I

_:There are evidently few advocatesof ern Atlantic promise the usual anxieties Phone 2 I -

caucus publicity. of ocean travel But the lessonof UNDERTAKER, ARMSTRONG ..MHIMIIIMIIIIMtttttMMonej. II I Made in Orlando and sold

the Titanic will make for safety.; by all .dealers.iiMiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiii.
The ARTISTIC
The only thing that is known for /PICTURE FRAMER'of Orlando

certain about the death. of Madero, is It will be no more dangerous to take PINe to loan on Improved prop 1
STREeT
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that he died. .\ .,c< than at home.
the trip stay ,erty. s. Y. WAT.-tf ? Ra

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: liiiiiiimiMiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiMMiiiimiiiiieii HE MUNICIPAL 'LEAGUE OF,1 I.

T 7 a ORLANDO

C. Massey, President
April 14, 1913.
0
T. FklM,Wariow.Hraw4 YIet.Pr& t WMiss TnU CIIIIIIr Whereas, A bill has been introduced
C ...... All" CteUv' SUM!A.Nell. Ami CteUv nto the Legislature of the State of 'S.-, ..' .. 1 .;- .
Florida by Hon. John Leonardy, !
mown as House Bill Number 99,
4 THE prohibiting railroad and other trans-
wrtation companies, corporations,
I
!inns and individuals doing interstate
rasiness in the State of Florida as'I!

BANK iommon carriers from charging highr -
;; freight rates for a short haul than
'or' a long haul and providing for
lamages for a violation thereof; and; o INTEREST 11 PER
_,
Whereas, It is well konwn that railroad 5
of OrlandoSTATE transportation companies are: o Instead of CENT.If .
iccustomed to discriminate against I

..- ... nland cities and towns, and in favorf I
> those having water transportation; .
THE OLDEST BANK IN THE CITYAND md "
Whereas, We believe that said Bill,
if enacted into law, will be of great
y r benefit to the state, and particularly you have a savings account which
1 earns only four per cent either call, I
to the City of Orlando and other inland telephone, or write, and we will gladly -
. which transacts business than
The Bank more
cities and towns, therefore be it explain how the same money can
any Bank between Jacksonville and Tampa Resolved. By the Municipal Leaugef I earn five per cent and probably more.
> Orlando, that we heartily endorse
u md approve the aforesaid Bill, and .
The large patronage of this Bank,has been built up recommend its enactment into law,
its business sound md that we earnestly urge our Senator
during twenty years by conducting on

banking principles with careful attention to the legitimate rote and for Representative the enactment to thereof work; and and I[ PEOPLES[ NATIONAL l BANK

wants of customers. The confidence of the public >e it further _
Resolved, That duly authenticatd
a -
: is reuected in the large amount of deposits. copy of these Resolutions be trans-

Average deposits First Quarter of 1913, $900,000. witted to the Hon. John Leonardy,
the author of said Bill, and that other
spies be, in like manner, transmittedto
FOUR, PER CENT PAID ON SAYINGS ACCOUNTS tOur Hon. Arthur E. Donegan, Senator During April we offer City of Orlando
from! this District, and to Hon. S. A. Five Per Cent Sewerage Bonds at par,
for cash or on payments.
easy
Robinson, our Representative in the
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House
correspondent banks are located in every part of I J. C. HOWELL,

the world and include some of the largest Banks in the $ Attest: W. H. Palmer, President. .
Secretary.. .fT
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; United State V. S. STARByCK,
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Chairman of Committee on Legislation > ; 1'
,- I. usIIIIIIIIISIiIiIiiItIHtIISIIIItIISI III.r and Government .
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KTH CENTURY CLUB HOLDS AN !** THE OLD.STYLE OPERAS. A REAL REFORMER.
OUTDOOR MEETING AND ,v'i
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PICNIC SUPPER.A Music is something that comes near Men like, race horses, do their best
to the feelings of nearly all people, and are their best when going at
jolly party, including; sixteenmembers in one form or another. Even per their natural clip. I
of the Twentieth Century! Ions who, from lack of capacity or The minute that. a man strikes a
dub and several guests, journeyed to training, cannot appreciate fine tech .pace not his own, he is out classed I i'
the 'picnic grounds of the Magrofer nical distinctions, enjoy the'best mu and lost in the race. Most'men at :
; grove yesterday and there, under jjthe sic. In its spectacular form of opera, themselves, are honest and prefer tojj j t llllillllllllllMI+MIIIIIMIIIMIIIMIIIIIMIMMIII MHIIMMHYowell's
big old oaks, spent the afternoon in music appeals to immense numbers.It be honest In their dealings. It is only -(i
reading is sometimes called an exotic in when men get away from their
,y The, last act of the "Coriolanus" America, but it may be noticed the I natural selves that they do a dis-'.
wu completed and it was decided native-born like to hear it. I honest thing. i I:
'that the next play to be studied A curious thing about music, and The really great man; the real reformer -'.
Would be "The Mid-summer Night's opera in particular, is the persistency -1 is the man who can reform'I;:
Dream" with which it makes its way himself and when he finds himself :
A delicious picnic supper of baked. against the disapproval of the critics.A .I on the wrong track, puts himself
beans, salads, sandwiches, pies, Jin I critic is necessarily a person who right. Then he is in a position and II: .
cream, cake and coffee concluded tie.. has extracted all the emotion possi-;condition to begin the work of reformation : ,
pleasures of the day ble out of simpler works and takes of his neighbors. :
% The next meeting is to take place, no intellectual pleasure in conven-i The world loves the man who, I' THURSDAY FRIDAY AND SATURDAY A

at the home of Miss Slemons. tions that are no longer the fashion.So .I,when wrong, is willing to put himself .
they scornfully tolerate things right and the most despised man' .
KISSIMMEE ADVERTISING that fill opera houses full of peoplejn I'in all the..... world is the man who. is'I! MHtMIMIIBIIItliMtMHIiMMIIIMIMIIMMilM> Hlllllilliiiin
'l ._ .... I ,, the- rudimentary stage of musical'']never willing acknowledge the error -;
z ( fti4 fclssimmee )loin o! f rate haiarranged 1 education.The 1 of his ways and correct his wrong I Ioom
with Ihe eUcfoic1 l company old anvil choruses and the obsolete I I
denzas.really displease the' The manly man; the man who will Values
for a greal white way, and for a great Extraordinary
electric sign near the railroad station highly educated who forget that they!II deliberately turn around and do the
flashing the words "Prosperous Kiss themselves went through the period! right after he has done the wrong,
aimmee Welcoms You." They have I of liking just such things. Perhaps it l'is the world's greatest reformer and
also had a lot of films made wItch was when they were only twelve years the man of most admirers.

will be sent north to be run in i moving; old, but they surely liked them once, I Afternoon Dinner and Street
picture shows. when they were laying the founda FAVORITE THEATER I ,
Our wide awake neighbor is making tion for their musical education.At .
extensive city improvements and is I least half the people who go to Three crackerjack reels, includinga I ===== DRESSES
t now preparing to make a summer opera are still in the twelve-year-old great feature.
i.. campaign of advertising. They are stage of musical education, and if Uzonna, the Foreign Spy .......Imp! .
proceeding along lines that will bring they stayed away there could be no Drama
Messaline Chiffon Etc.
....... of Charmeuse
substantial results.GRADUATION opera and little opportunity for themto The Widow Coquette Powers ,
acquire the basis for their educa- A screemingly funny comedy
DRESSES. tion. It is fortunate they disregardthe The Rugged Coast .._...._Reliance,i in the Latest Shades and most becom- -
advice of the critics and keep A modern drama
Savannah, Ga., April 16.-There some of the old.works. alive. by their Open two to five and 6:45 to 10 p. m ing models.
) win be no" fine graduating dresses patronage; for- it is certain nothingcan Admission five cents to all. I "IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII'1"11 11111111'81.
Savannah high! survive unless it has at least i ,
of -
i the girls
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r school this summer. The board of some genuine merit-Brooklyn Stan- 16 Afternoon and Street Dresses in Charmeuse and Messaline,

? education last night adopted a resolution dard-Union.: elegantly trimmed in bandings and laces. Original prices ranging

directing the principal of the When you want any of the from $15,00 to $40.00, while they last HALF PRICEIn
high school to fix a price that the LUCERNE THEATRE TODAY.
EMERGENCY SUPPLIES
';' their sweet dresses.girl graduates can pay fort Three Reels. mentioned in order to close out our entire line of Wool Dresses, only a few

Western Program. JOHNSON & JOHNSON'S left, will cut to HALF PRICE
", LUTHER MCCARTHY WON. "Swag of Destiny," Essanay-a
I meritorious drama. Dresses and Robes for Evening and Dinner Wear in beautiful

r' I"'I.I to the Stntlnrl.Philadelphia, Pa.., AprillS.-Luther:tional"Study of Kittens," Pathe-educa- HandbookFirst Spangled and Beaded designs. The very latest. For this sale

McCarty decisively won from Jim educa
"Sea Anemonies, Pathe- HALF PRICE
Flynn in the windup bout of the.I tional. of ,
white hope tournament, staged'by,! "The Bank's Messenger," Selig- t 100 Ladies' Embroidered and Lace Trimmed Shirt Waits, regular
Athletic Association to.
the Olympia : a gripping drama of the far west Aid
night McCarty out classed his opponent .I' Matinee 3:30 to 5 p. m. 1.25 to 2.25 values, 98c.

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of class. He had I
amount
a surprising balcony'' all
Entire five cents to ;
here is the place to get
Flynn whipped from the first exchange
lower floor ten cents.
of punches.It I them. Call or 'phoae.Drug .
I White Store
I The
!\ That Los Angeles municipal news About now your best girl makes her Big
i paper had to suspend. Probably the annual attempt to find out why the DeLaney Co.
pitcher keeps throwing the ball to
J reason is that it didn't tell people
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.at Sacrifice Sale

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I MUST CLOSE OUT MY ENTIRE STOCK OF FURNITURE, AND OFFER AT A t
IN ORDER TO GET READY FOR THE ERECTION OF MY NEW BUILDING,
:,. SACRIFICE-DRESSERS, WASHSTANDS, SIDE BOARDS, ROCKERS, IRON BEDS, SPRINGS, MATTRESSES, RUGS, CARPETS AND MATTINGS-NOTHING RESERVED. |
CENTS PER YARD AS LONG AS THEY LAST.
FIFTEEN
AT
:r I HAVE ABOUT FIFTY ROLLS OF MATTING REMNANTS WHICH WILL BE SOLD

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