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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 19, 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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THE PEOPLE'S PAPER. -___

ftiftd> Service, Postal Telegraph until 2 a. m. PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING EXCEPT MONDAY.
'p y' Orlando-Progressive Center of the State.


VOLUME ONE ORLANDO, FLORIDA, SATURDAY, APRIL 19TH, 1913.
NUMBER 59.


1 1 1 I l f e e t t l l l e l l l 1, JfRlfDMAN

RfPORUOClASU BANK PRESIDENT 1 1e POPE mm i F TOMARKET ;

THE MAJORITY OF THE PEOPLE OF ORANGE COUNTY *

mm[[ AlLIES SLAPPED SIMS FAILING IN THEIR PRAYER BEFORE THE COM fROM ILLNESS

I: MTTTEE ON COUNTY DIVISION MAKE APPEAL CURE

a TO THE LAWMAKERS FOR i
I -
DESPATCH TELLS OF BATTLE THE REPRESENTATIVE CHARGED * FREE GOVER fENT. ALTHOUGH \
AT
I $ THE POINT OF MEN WHO SEEK TO '
COMMERCIALIZE
.
!

BETWEEN BULGARIANS AND | BRIGGS WITH SELLING
\\ DEATH SUNDAY NIGHT, HIS
1' SERVIANS IN WHICH LAT. I GOVERNMENT PROPERTY $ Tallahassee, 'Fla., April 18, 1913. # SERUM HOLD CON-
HOLINESS
: Daily Sentinel Orlando Fla. 1 IS LIKELY TO FERENCE AND I
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TER WAS DEFEATED. AT EXORBITANT PRICES I t' SUMMON
At a committee meeting this afternoon a favorable report 0'I' RECOVER. THE DISCOVERER.
Special to the Sentinel 'Special to the Sentinel.Washington I it I t :
for the creation of Seminole made. *I 'dll' I" I rr+inrLRome
county was unanimously
; Nral 'It The
Vienna April 18.-The dissatisf_ -I, D. C., April 18.-1'I' April 18. Srntlntl \
This means a bitter fight on the floor of the House and those I -Pope Pius has New j
York
tion with the allotment of the terri- April 18.-Plans
Charles C. Glover to commercialize
president of the made a remarkable
and
rally is
having the integrity of all Orange at heart must at reported -
torial spoils of war with Turkey re- Riggs National Bank, which is affiliated I county : to be steadily improving to- the tuberculosis culture ,of'1;
once get
busy. S. Y. WAY
,
,
suited in clash between J Dr. Friederich Franz
an open Bulauta with the Standard Oil group of o night.. While this news cheered Romeit Friedmann were ;

tad Servians, iceerding to the baitporU nks, met Representative T. W.Sima I. The above r has not tended to restore the con- the subject of a conference yesterday
telegram received at the office of The
was .Sen-
j in
this
reaching here today. of Tennessee today h the pub tinel last night. We are sometimes surprised at the i j ftdence of the Vatican as to the ultii1 city, with a result that a telegram J
One dispatch tells of battle I shape was sent last night to
a belie park here and slapped him in the legislation mate recovery of the Pontiff. Dr. :
proposed by committees takes but ,in this
in.
tWeeD the Bulgarians Friedmann urging him' to :
Human-
near drop his
face for disparaging remarks made Cardinal
,1 Merry Del Val issued the
stance, we are frank to say that there was no surprise in this I L '
over, in which the Utter was de I 1'Jon the floor of the House bulletin work in Providence and come her l 1
action, It was a good deal like an old.darkey, whose master following tonight: "His't I f
Seated I I
with loss of today.
'
killed
a eighty I' 4
Simi will
Representative the
bring I Holiness has
had sent him spent a tranquil day and |
some in a gourd with the |
sugar understanding
and wounded. I I I His presence I is wanted for the
matter to the attention of
Speaker has done well. His
that the temperature I.I f ii
sugar was to be gotten out without breaking the 1 1
A Salonika & Itch double of
report that i Clark and the Houie. 97.3. Bronchial purpose closing negotla-
1 affection has been j
gourd Some aske the old 1
the Bulgarians had been ordered to one negro if he was sure lions( for marketing the "cure" and
Glover be lent to for
jail 'materially
may contempt ameliorated a
and
march against Monutir, while the I of the House in assaulting ore 1 'the, Yas sugar Marse was in the gourd. He replied, "Name er Gawd, *y' oral condition much improved.hi"! gen- to set himself right with the Govern- J
Lake seed
it put in but de hole small
so
Servian are concentrating three divisions of it! member for words ipoken cyarn ment surgeons sent her to study the J
on the
de During day the Pope took
git out 'lows some
sugar en now to bus' de goad. *
at Yelos against the j jt treatment and who feel offended
Bulgarians the floor during a session of Congreii -I chicken broth over
,
light and
'I The gourd is busted, but the fight for right and principle a small piece his in to
course going Providence
Mr Sims late this afternoon to-
has just begun. This has felt all along that the of dry tout. Physicians ..tilt'con.*
paper ,
,
in the Democratic majority (earn fees without notice of them. lie "
appeared caucus eider the
of the members the i Pope to be in a precarious
MV1DEND8 MAX BE TAXABLE, which U considering the tariff! legii-: in Tallahassee composing Legislature, now sitting condition. will be advised to try to make amendsby
are men of high character and are in correspondence t
to
lotion He carried no marks of the It ii that offering perform the tasks set 1
I with reported out should bronchial
Special to the SmtintLWashington : encounter. I" the new political spirit that is now controlling i by these surgeons without further
i American public life and that they will put right and the symptoms abate, still further .
J). C, April 18.-1 j!: Representative Sims is a member:1' good interruption.
or entirely disappear fresh
of the complications
I' people above any political combines and to t -
man
Blocking the tareattned move of lift of the District of Columbia commit-1 I -man of cardiac Yesterday's progress was said last
(I trades, made in the interest of individuals or uraemic nature
or single
infuranc4 companies to attack the com night to have been
texmstituUonality e. Last January and February, i in I feared so satisfactory ,
munities are owing to greatly weakened -
the
interest
as agaisnt of the whole t
people and all
>> -of the Income tax that probably within forty-eight hours
speeches made in the House, he char
'
g the condition of the Holy Father.
DM Ways ant Means Committee I communities involved. We do not see how, in the face details will be .
to 'ed ready to
publish
Glover, who is a large real estate : of the facts the The present rally which the Pone concerning 1
day revised its bill by writing intoItI with sold Legislature can pass such a measure, as the. the new enterprise. The
owner, having to
property tiff has made is not true indications
proposed division of
Orange when t
provisions .affecting insurance the at exhorbitant I t 1 county, the best and most proposition is to capitalize the enterprise i
government
prices of his
remaining strength for he
interested citizens of that county tell the t {
aompaniti now carried in the corpo- :; through the exercise of undue influ representatives of for enough money to place
*
has been fortified
the State that constantly with ijections n- i
with the
of 4
nfckm law. This exception possibly two small
law baa stood, the enee. a labratory in every State for the s
beats and the town of Sanford the citizens 4 of camphor oil and numerous
tilt of the topreae court and under of every beat in manufacture and distribution o( the
the new provisions of the bill, incomes (ORLANDO* MEETS- -WATERLOO.- ** the territory, proposed for the new county, pray the Legislature drugs to keep up his strength. culture. This method was approved1', t

dividends to protect them by killing this bill. t
paid on insurance policies at the conference yesterday as meet..
will be taxable by the income tax The High School base ball It is not only Democratic, but it is a cardinal principle of PUBLICITY A GREAT CARD ing effectually the restrictions of the, t

law. With .this change made by the'again met their Waterloo in Winter V, American free government, that the will, of the people, in Interstate Commerce law, for no attempt .,
No
institutions in Orlando have
attracted
committee, the income tax provison of Park yesterday afternoon. The 0. majority, making their prayer to their lawmakers, should will be made to supply the culture , ;i
w much attention and favorable
so
tariff bill -will be approved by the H. S. boyi played better ball than the give people pause should to those be assembled heard and in heeded.matters of legislation and ** comment as the banks of the,- in any State from outside its, :'

Democratic .caveat their rivals own boundaries. Every labratory will
but their pitching staff
There city, and these are the most libtralusera
are many things leading to the *
Late this afternoon the caucus wai very deficient Mayer was in the up adopting of the be conducted as a proprietary medl- ,
went into the consideration of the 'I box for Orlando, and the Winter Parboys favorable report of the committee to which this bill was ink of printers ink of any iiutitu-' cine concern under State, rather than }
trusted, that are mighty ugly. It is unusual tions in the city, and are supervised'by
.administrative feature* of the tariff added an thing, for National regulation. tlil'
>> several cent to their i
per *
instance, .for.a State Senator to sendroad the keenest and most catefusiness +*' ? _
;
D1htb
j
L It la predicted, i i I1|batting double cast'to.a'county,
Two
average. piaand y' b 'men of the ,, . [
,
by telegram his t' 'community/
'eaucas consideration of the bill purpose to vote for a bin, as yet, not even in- I ' '
wIts ere pulled off the local AN
by ORLANDO
final approval by Democrats will Chamberlain boys, troduced into the lower house. Such action does not set well 'make a study of financial affair, and ADMIRER:: 1

com ,tomorrow. and Way, and Mayer! on men who are in earnest for honest, clean, government. In t deal with all business propositions 1 ,t i
and Chamberlain being the stars. the words Ion basis. Mr. William Reeser who visited Or. i-
of an old North Carolinian "Fur enough is fur'en'ough. ( a systematic .;
The next game will be with Plant ,
." If there was anything like The Orlando Bank and Trust Company lando during the month of February
an even divide this (-
PRETTY DANCING PARTY AT ;City. We wish the boys every 'au:- on i Writes his friend Hon. Jos.
question in Orange county the ] believe that the who h, L Guern-
case, would be different but man ..
THE
ROSALIND. |cOne but advise hard ,
some practice for the larger part, by far, of the proposed territory of the 'a subject in which the public are intensely Jsey I; a letter so laudatory of Orlando, .}
In the week to if '
come, they have any new to be 1 1fc'i that any resident has a right to feel {
county, taken by political interested that it is
trickery and the citizens proper .
of the
most,thoroughly delightful hope of gaining a victory this .. flattered.
i' of this territory to be collared and forced in against their A 'to flood it with light.
dances of the season was given at eon The score was lost in the rush i will Mr. Reesser school
and interest j was a mate and
[ is, in our judgement without Unlike any other business jnstitu- '
precedent.
the Rosalind last evening and the attractive and at present writing due
to
no close friend of Mr.
Now is the Guernsey in dayi
time for all Orange county to arouse. We bed tion a bank is not its own master.1The
club rooms were thronged its whereabouts has been discovered .
with guests, who greeted the (: lieve, if the members on the floor of the House at Tallahassee public is ,so vitally interested in gone by. During his visit here the
were by -- -
understand the ins the soundness of banks genial manner in which Mr. Guernsey
and outs of this matter and that the laws I
officers of the are
organization, Mrs. J. MARTIN IS SAFE. :
I made to feel< l, as we know the citizens'of the county feel of the land supervise their management entertained him, combined with the
M. Thayer, Mrs. R. Newell ,
and Miss Mary Kilmer.George London, April 18. Joseph Ms r-:!" that this bill will be met with that purpose, and only right For this reason the bank that, genial climate and beautiful city engendered -!

The tin of Memphis, missing since April purpose in legislation, of ascertaining'' what is the wish of conducts a careful and prosperousbuaineaa I) such a love in Mr. Reeser' i
dancing began at nine o'clock "
3, is safe and well, according to the the majority of the citizens of Orange county and finds that their figures make breast for the City Beautiful that It. '\
cintinued until I partic-
and late
Hart a hour, Miss American detective who has been at I ularly what is to the interest of those citizens living in the interesting reading to all classes omen f looked like he might easily be persuaded .. j

most Margaret competent having as floor proved and herself music work on the case for the past week. #> boundaries of the proposed new county, who pray the legislature For the poor man, the laborer to become a full fledged Or-

The detective says he has received to defeat the measure. and even the wash woman to a large landoite. But his large business Interests :

manager. Information from his New York office We believe in his home city of Louisville, :
A we can lay aside all prejudice towards in- o degree are affected by the bank con-
dainty supper was served by which satisfied him dividual any Ky., makes it next to impossible for
that
on point or combine of individuals or community and ditions of a community.

|*'-Mrs.apbell Edward and Miss Hauslet Hudson, Mrs.while Charles He will not say where Martin is, but that we make our protest for the sake of free government say f Mr. George E. Nolan, for the benefit him to cut loose entirely. But the
the
"much declares that the mining man is not and righteous government. It has been argued that if cer- i of his patrons and for the information hope may be reasonably! indulged that
patronized table A
of Miss punch was incfearge in London, and adds: "My information 'lain interested parties can carry the measure to successful s of all the world submits frequent Mr. Reesser will become a winter resident -
Mary Robinson and
compels me to withdraw tromthe issue that the threat of statements of Orlando. Such an arrange
Willie' Person. certain political death has no ter. t of the condition of the Orlando
case, which is no longer a mystery. rors for them, for this one move will put them in position Bank and Trust Company and ment would please those who became

Martin is not in any physical 1 never to ask or to aspire for place in political life again It in this morning's issue will be found acquainted with that gentleman while

DOES IT PAY TO ADVERTISE danger." may be so. If it is so, let the Legislature look hard at this bill. 1 a statement that will be gratifyingto here last winter and would especially

Let the great citizenry of Orange County take the time to every true friend of Orlando and please his old time friend, Mr. Guernsey

John Rowland Says No, and Her C's BASEBALL RESULTS IN THE BIG throw the light on the bill, and the motives of those who Orlando Institutions who is going to take a slower

the How of It LEAGUES. are its sponsors. --- pace in business activities, and take '

Several days the Sentinel We know if the time to enjoy his friends.
ago division
of
I .. ...... Orange County was left to a CADILLAC SELLS FIRST CAR IN
been ,
*
of the magic dice which had .1.1 to TV 5"- vote of the citizens of the County it would be overwhelmingly DAYTON AFTER FLOOD

found by Mr. Rowland and how after National defeated. Our Representative in the Lower House knows it ICE GOES UP IN NEW YORK. t

the finding of those dice Brooklyn O.; Philadelphia, 1, Our Senator
delinquent knows it. Having failed in .
our appeal to our One of the first, if not the first
debtors began to respond. Boston, 4; New York, 13. own, we turn to the Representatives and Senators of the' commercial transaction and in New York, April 18.-Large coo

Well, some miscreant who knew Pittsburg, 5; Cincinnati, $-dark other counties of the State. event the first sale of, motor any sumers of ice are receiving notice

well that every business man hat lev ness. Hon, Samuel A, Robinson knows Orange County an well concluded in Dayton Ohio a after car the, that artificial, as well n natural let, '

aral thousand dollars of stale accounts 8t Louie, 81 1 Chicago, 2, M any man in It, Knows the struggles, and tradition and .waters! of the recent, flood, had .aube wlll be advanced to $8 i ton oa
I I
that be entertains forlorn hopes of American hopes of the people tat May 1,
the
House of Representative hear aided was the lilt of a' Cadillac
and that If ionic secret agency worki New York 61| Washington, 7, him .1 I!' 11.11h McCord by A month ago ice Wit idling it
the local
dealer.
,
for the collection of those there will| Detroit, 2)) 8t Louis, 8. 1 1.1 $3.50 a ton So far ai natural let
;
The
full money till In a number of 'Chicago, Oj; Cleveland, 4. 1 1 1 I I l i +1I l l i l l l l l l.."| merged for car had been hours entirely sub li concerned! the advance In prior
thirty Aside
business houses in Orlando Philadelphia., 61; Boston 8. --- -- .- from li explained by scarcity of the supply,
Acting on that belief and result of Jacksonville, 4; Savannah, 3. --sgr&sET-: -- - ---- i 1 11 deposit of mud it was found to be but no explanation !Is made In tit*

those dice nw-ipoti, this evll Albany, 4; Charleston, 0. SOME HOG FLORIDA ELKS ELECT OFFICERS amlnatlon!none the worse for its bath An ex notice of advance In the artificial

dUpoie person presumed that Mr. Macon, ft; Columbia, 4, FOR YEAR. showed that owing to theI product
accurate fit of the
, piston and
Rowland. - '" - Mr Milton Dovel the I ITalUhiis I piston
money bag would bt crowded man who
and consequently proceeded to The Uf County Telephone Com keeps the Parlor Meat Market tup e, April 18-FlorIdi j, |rings its, not a drop of water had work KIND WORDS FROM FRIENDS.

smash In the back door a few night plan has several gang of men at piled with fresh meat, brought in I Elk Allocation officer elected Weft; I I'd way Into the cylinder, --.-
This
ap and went In and performed the work on the installation of a cable dressed hog yesterday afternoon, big 6, A. Muller, of Miami, president; J.1,i Auto &car Is sold' by the Orlando Milford, N. Y, April 10, 1918; '
,
rtnt act of the tragedy of robbery, system which will cover the entire enough to be a fitting model of the H Trump, of Qulncey, first vlcc-pr a. !I Supply Mr. Ferris,

'FC, But little booty was secured for city This will do away with the hun : Standard Oil Trust, ident; H, M Hunt, of Key West, .. adv. Dear Sir Please find enclosed on?

.John is too sharp to be caught that dredi of overhead wires In the city,! When Mr Dovel went into the yardto treasurer; I* A. Spencer, of Orlando dollar ($1,00)) to renew the Sentinel

way, A cyclone couldn't break in in tact all open telephone wire and I shoot him the hog started at him chaplain; H. F. Leeks, of Sanford l' Mr. J. A. Castlen tells u, that we from April 22, 1913 to same date,.

DOW the way the doors are barred. establish in the place of the present and one shot staggered him but not sergeant-at-arms, and an executive sent him and his party Miss Sadie 1914.

one-wlre system a two wire metallic enough but that the hog struck him committee composed of G A. Muller, Quigly and Miss Henrietta Marbtl 1, We enjoy reading your paper M

-Mrs. system throughout, doing away with with its nose with such force as to H. L Bethel, K. I. McKay, A. M. Taylor home too soon as they do not go until much and find we must have it We,

Wen C. Gray and sister, Miss all party lines and giving to every nearly knock him down, and left the H. M. Hunt, W. L. Bates, C. M.j next Tuesday. We are glad to make I feel pleased to read of the continued

Emma Gray, left yesterday noon for subscriber a 'private wire, in short, DOM print firmly stamped on Mr I Broadwater. the correction for we are glad to have prosperity of your- beautiful city
DtLand, where will be the
Mr. and they put a one hundred per cent better ser Doval's trousers to remind him of real I Before adjournment here the Flax these people linger with us as long I which we dearly love

ol lira. Paxton for severaldays. vice. The work will be prosecuted fighting blood. ida Elks Association selected Miami as possible. I RetpectraHf,

as rapidly u posible during the rammer It took five shots to ground this ai the place for the next State.con. MRS. E E. KINNE.

and, it is hoped, ,completed _before huge ,beast. The bog dressed (with vention. Mr. Edgar Thompson, who has i

Mrs. J. C. Ptttmon returned last fill-Fort Myers Pres*. all entrals removed) 438 pounds. spent several months past in the tel WEATHE RREPORT.r

rresing from a mettb+ stay In New This egraphic work in Tampa, is vlait-
if
a porker that will Latest .
grease music 15 cent*. Curtis A
i York City, J .WANTED ing his parents,' )fro and Mrs. James Florida '
-Clean rags 'at thii oAecv&Nfcr the skillet O'Neal, next Posto&e.r -Generally fair Saturday
, Thompson, of ,east South ,street. and Sunday. ,
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4 CHAS LORD J. K. BRADBHAW ,1
Specification for armortd MTOknM -
| of the latest type have been Magnificent Showing of
a farced from the War Department, Lord & Bradshaw
fridencing the importance or. aerial .
M craft in the armament of nation U We wish to announce to our friends, tnd the public generally, .
edso aborting where the emphaiii ;dill ;'(that we have formed) partnership'under the' New % Spring Suits
l; shortly be placed for purposes rrof -
.tional defense. Foremost to 'diiever abovelfirm'Damet, for a general
the flying-machine, Americans
iare been slow to utilize its military Real Estate and Insurance : and Dresses '
4 exits,the United States standing ,
toteentb In,jank,amongst natipni business andjarejoeatrally,located'io |ground floor office at No. .
-
-
- -
a this score, Now this demand for
the best type of armored aerial ernis- 1? 8. Orange Avenue, (formerly occupied by Hamilton & Dunn .

'ds' ....brings. the steeI.plated.Anierican Millinery), where we willlbe;pleased.to meet all our old friends WE AU SHOWING A BEAUTIFUL ASSORTMENT OF
; Dreadnought" to the forefront of
actual devices sought by modern pea andjto make new ones. SILKS AND SATINS, ALL COLORS, DRESS GOODS
x pled contending for supremacy undersinew IN, ALL THE LATEST PATTERNS FOR OLD AND
; : conditions of navigation Our list of city and acreage property is surpassed. by none. YOUNG.. WHITE CANVAS SHOES. THE DISPLAY .

trough space; and we have some exceptional t aiga in; COMEIND SEX Us CONTAINS ACCURATE ILLUSTRATIONS OF THE
*3ast now naval equipment looms ?*-. SEASONS$ BEST AND LATEST CREATIONS, AND
? large in legislative assemblies; but Lord & Bradshaw IS WORTHY THE ATTENTION OF EVERY ORLANDO
r ifc time is approaching when mastery ,,,
eT the air will assume an 'I importance 1 WOMAN;: CALL 1N"l\ND ACQUAINT' YOURSELF
7 j anal to command(of the sea.' The intensity 17 S. MANGE AVE. 'ORLANDO, FLLfMIIIIIIMIIilllllllMMMIMMMIHMMIIIIMIII WITH THE HIGH CHARACTER OUR GARMENTS
of ithis3 problem is'made:clear AND THE. REASONABLE PRICES. iKainer's
_ ky the rivet alit.,of England ands ..- vi.. : 'r' <;) T. A 'I., IT :'. >
Germany. I

jngland ,fears a "disabling blow"i II yi .
ti: Germany has plans for the ezpendi- '
tqire(.p ..twentyTfive! ,, millions,.to,build j jtjfigthing : [ .Z4GUTTHEPATH. to York
i ,Both 1e.\ahead ,of.'anything :
England has; got or islikely,j soon.jtolave. f,: TO PROSPERITY i '
r, With at least fifteen such war : :
vessels at her disposal"'and.ready'forlight t r'' ** . . Store ""

the, .aeronautic I supremacy of Bargain .
Germany's fleet seems assured. .The ; Merchants who use Electric Signs never lose r.

Undon Journals admit ,that England ; their way by choosing the wrong road to success. i
g o la.,rew years will, find .herself as,: '. You simply cannot fail to 'attract new If You Would be Posted be a Daily Visitor this Store :
Y' hopelessly inferior, Germany in the ; .
-
u' ear', as Siam .is,inferior ,to Britain on : customers if you use an Electric Sign It acts ,

Ifesea.... ,. 1 1 like an irresistible magnet, drawing all thetrade' | I, Rh--n..rrer' for r -- -
Altogether this ,awekening. natJoni -[ bicycles and :IIIIHIIIIHIIIIttlltlilllMHIIIIMIHIMIilltl. . .. _
within i its reach: That is the reason sundries .t. '
..to the nuwonted tasks this "ft11 I 1 '
.,*. invention presents is very sigtfic&nt ; they command the.attention of buy rs.: '
as showing the closer contact R l. M Jllf Oploffleirist.t
t4 nations.in.their traffic and interests q For Store Owner s
whether the outcome, be a firmer Every j J. RMcKAY;
: .1 CONTRAGTOR'AND Successor to Dr. 0. P. Liktas .
"c eernity or a state of mutual rivalry
"preparation equal to,any emerg"The 1 ,No matter how small. his busiqess: the 'Electric ;: ..."hH1ftUn4JIfWerk.. .tiiJ1LDEI. .1
..t,,, 1 Sign is the cheapest and most effective
5 r Prices That Are
j aiAD
:.1 ,
0+ ." J.
advertising .1M.eat.: .
board of education of Passaic, Phone for our Sign Designer to call and sub' 'WerkkGaaraateed. .
,
Hew Jersey, deciding that there has M : q
ken too much contrast In the appear- "I mit a sketch. ., . ti '-. \
lICe present between costly and inex- : No'Trouble'to; Us...No Expense to You. : Has installed an up to date grinding plait and is pre ;
jsnsive gowns worn at the high-school > ; pared to duplicate any lens WHILE YOU WAIT. .
ti WBffifncements:there; has prohibited! .fHIIIIIIIIIMIIIIIillltELIJAH '' 'l l '' '
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the carrying bouquets on such ocSMions -i, cored the prescription books dating1 back riereral years; aid 1 I
and.has offered prizes of ten I I: HAND win Many of Dr. Liklas'prescriptions:wKhott" defay.Skntincl LLr
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perhaps the most important point of great body of investors has been dis-i New JUST RECEIVED .
all posing of bonds bearing, low rate of; Everything . .
i"I think the kind of campaign which interest and reinvesting in 'securities: ..
I have briefly sketched is of infinitely I|[which will afford at least a return of I I I A CAR LOAD OF LIME
greater value in attacking the fly five per cent and possibly more. Asa I .
r problem than any number of fly-kill- .consequence,of ,this shifting of investments ! IN LACES, EMBROIDERIES, SHOOS, K!.
they may be carrienotoashrdluupup ,the old, wellseasonedbonds SPECIAL PRICESIN '
lag competions, however zealously which formerly were in great! MONAS, UNDERWEAR. HEADQUARTERSFOR
they mabe carried out It is.unfortu demand, have declined in market HOUSEHOLD GOODS AND ,SCHOOL LARGE QUANTITIES
Mate, in my opinion, that the words value., To such-a point has this demand 'I SUPPLIES.McCULLOCH'S. ,Prompt Delivery. .
'Swat the Fly' and 'fFly, Cwattingf I I on the part of capital'gone'that I I :
have come to be regarded'u our,object municipalities and greatt.corporations
and the means to an end we have desiring. to borrow .funds have been I I Florida Metal Co.
& view. The killing of flies >as aBeans compelled to name higher rates in the i ,
of' ridding the, community of sew.bonds, as issued than had prevailed .
this disgusting nuisance and potentialdisease 'for many.years.The 1 i DEPARTMENT STOREOPPOSITE I McNEIL-DAVIS BUILDING,
carrier wiuld be.as effective ,'great ,Chicago, Milwaukee &I i Phone 41.
K..Mrs. Partington's celebrated attempt St. Paul Railroad, which at one time i POST OFFICE 1I I i' k
*to sweep back the sea with her broom. was able to borrow money at 3%. percent i
"We should lay all:strees possible had later to raise the rate to .
on the necessity of treating, either byremoval per cent upon the same class of bond 411,I CALL and BE CONVINCED"LOWEST ) I .
or protection, the places andnow that.it has borrowed theirty! .I
where the flies originate and become i illions.,01.dollars. it has, still. .further i PRICES ALWAYS
infected. Next in order of importancewe advanced the rate to' 4% per cent'I I : TheBestistheCheapestSO ;
should aim for the protection andscreening upon a\bond which regarded: by.investment i t .
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adoption of all necessary precautionsof security. Hoping to avoid the: ,, . ., . . \ -.. GET THE BEST" OF,. : ... ..
a similar nature, whereby the risk day of higher rates for permanent or! I:II '
of infection by flies is obviated. long-term loans .the. large .corpo.ra.j :1 Paints andJWall Paper .
tions first resorted to the issue of secured .
My Cost EMark Is j . ..
A BACKWARD STEP short-term notes, which generally I
: bore five,per'C cent This simply I ? THE.1912 \WALL:PAPER IN SAMPLES I
'"1 1, t,1 .+ t whetted the, appetite of, institutions IS GRAND AND I WILL BE PLEASED .
The Phila ddpbi Presshtllat has al- I and individual ,, securities r
,inyestors'for J )
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irays$ bre Uied'Uie high tariff atmosphere affording'a high yield. 'Now the Nigger TO THEM. YOU HAVE TO
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and reflected protected interests time is at hand when new securities DO WILL
ideas begins to see the handwrite they, must bear a 'rate ''which1 is attractive l I BRING THE SAMPLE TO YOUR HOME.,
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view" of the' situation and says' : i conforms to his new ideas 'as to in I ,' ( I) :.' . , '. .,,,,. .' .II : 1\. ,
.' "There is in progress a readjustment i come. GEO., A. BARKER t PHONE, 268. !.:

of security values which affordsan r .Apparently only ,one thing will] : '. .. ... -: .t
interesting-snbject'for'students'of !change this condition. A depression s If you want anything in the Gents' I , ...-. .,,._', 'I
.economics:' i Back of the changes in, business..of),long,, duration,would
that hare'goinfoh"f r'a few years drive down the 4 .
prices of commodities Fiiijiishing Line is- the
II the. necessity of people who are.de-. I now accepted
make thrade dull and so lessen the demand .1i .,
pendent upoiTan income from invest i.i for funds that a surfeit of'capital ..1 Time Reduced Prices on all
Bients. A few years ago a:man who 1 ,would result'and in the effort to .
had investments.,valued as $$100,000;
[keep employed the low-priced I Ii
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obtained a yield of,$4000 Per:annum, i bonds would again .come into demand.i
per interest cent being His paid income'at)he thus rate derived of four 1! 1 I i N1 I CLARE L ROBERTSON[ O OI PATTERN HATS

placed hIm'b' .comfortable circum. The man who once trusted, barters I Ii .. .
stance :i away the sacred rights of the people,I i , ,

'year But by gradually year he.was discovered. unable .to purchase that-I:I{'among never ean'again his fellows assume that he once the place held. nw :' -.. ,, '... _< ."., v.. H HINOBAGS AND n CKWAR[ [ IT mUSSES ;

as,many of the necessaries and Before you go north for the sum-
comforts of life with his four thousand | A Chicago court bailiff has a scheme mer, don't fail to let,us send you theWe"ek1 I "'' , JJ
dollars u,he had been accustomed '''to attire himself in,a bright green Sentinel ,It will keep you I I ''FR'A'NK. ,. HYB.RS_ .
to enjoying. I uniform, figuring that the advertisement thoroughly posted on the happeningsin ': i Manufacturer of Artildal
Prket'of food, of raiment of labor: ;of. the victim's delinquency obtained this section. Call at the office and ! ,Stone, Fancy ,Columns and : : lAKLTd & DUNN
having increased the investor realized by ,the public: spectacle of the let us show 'you 'a copy. It only Ornamental Work '
that he must either practice great' bai if's.squatting on the doorstep willeneourage costs a dollar a year. I'! .'t,
eeoaesay' and self-denial in order to prompt payment Or a hurry !ff'Livingston.r '"-- I': r. .and' oj !m Railroad f::MA"eR 5 .. '. .""' ., '

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'Directors of'.the Fair :Associationmet
;; MORNING AND WKEILT Advertising publicity is what a at the San Juan,and transacted
newspaper has to sell It is as much business connected with the past and
Entered at the pat office. at Orlando a commodity marked with a price as the future of the,Fair.
Florida at Second Clue Man Matter. -'.', . .
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r. the wares in dry goods stores. Yet Those present were H. H. Dickson, ..; '
SUBSCRIPTION RATES : thousands of citizens who would not W. R. O'Neal, David Lockhart, G. C. '
'- think of asking a merchant to give Keller] M. O. Overstreet and JamesL. When You Choose

THE. DAILY SENTINEL them as much as a necktie have no I ] .. Giles, of Orlando, and Geo. H. Fer-
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One year .. ; . $5.00 compunction in asking that an adver-i nald, of ,Sanford. "L I
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Six Months .. .. . tisement be them W. :
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given by a newspa secretary of the Association -
Three Months ..... ............ 1.25 The does. Gift of J
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per. thought even enter presented the financial report a
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-By news carrier !. Orlando CO cents per their heads that every inch ofl; in detail and explained fully'the
1 month. Daily and Sunday. pace[ so given, in addition to proved workings of each' department, the advantages ,
ing them the most valuable kind of and I
The Orlando Moraine Sentinel can bt found disadvantages of each ;.
' .a tak in Orlando at CuriU ft O'Neal'i Book service, actually costs the newspaper and its bearing with reference to them i '
Store. in editorial labor, in composition, whole. The report is as follows: : THEN YOU MAKE A LASTING GIFT THAT MUST

i We will appreciate prompt complaint if metal, in ink, in stereotypingin printing The property consists of 38.41 acres BEAR EVERY TEST OF TIME AND JUDGMENT AND .
; Delivery l II not properly made by our carrien.Adevrtuing etc., a very defiinite sum of mon- of land near the center of the city, TASTE. WHEN YOU SELECT FROM THE STOCK OF

rata will be furnished on a o- ey.The completely fenced and improved.. EVANS YOU ARE SECURE. FOR HERE EVERY PIECE
h lkaton.: Free Press, like every other There has been constructed: .
EVEN THE MEREST TRIFLE-IS CHOSEN
,THE WEEKLY SENTINEL Milwaukee paper, is liberal in giving 1 Large exhibit building BY EXPERTS .
For year by mail pottage paid ........$1.00Address of its space to further the cause of 1 Machinery hall WHOSE KNOWLEDGE AND TASTE HAVE WON
' THE SENTINEL, Orlando Florida. philanthropic, public and other institutions 1 Building for negro exhibits. RECOGNITION.THE .
Office 107 Court Street Arcade Building
t Phone 24 enterprises and causeswhere 1 Rest building BEAUTY, THE STYLE, THE WORKMANSHIP
.r the object is noncommercialand 1 Grand stand ,
I ARE ALWAS THE BEST.
J. F. SCHUMANN, Editor. conducive to public welfare. 1 Barn
M JOSIAH FERRIS Proprietor In return it expects only apprecia- 1 Stand, cattle sheds and horse barn EVANS' FAIR AND MODERATE PRICES ARE AS FAMOUS .
tion-appreciation of the fact that 1 Stand poultry shed. AS EVANS' BEAUTIFUL AND EXCLUSIVE DESIGNS-

: SATURDAY, APRIL 19TH, 1913. the press is giving its most costly 1 Stand, stock sheds, all of which 4 COMPARISON OF VALUES INVITED.
commodity, a service so valuable that are in good condition.
How annoying it ii when the mercury the beneficiaries could not afford' to Since last audit we make the following .
practices the sale. on the ther buy it and without which their Institution statement: ITo

: mometerl enterprise or cause could not balace .. ... ... . .. ...$ 475.33
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, o exist, a service which is always madeat I Received all sources ...i 23,973.99
Japan's new minister of finance I ii a sacrifice to the news columns and .

Baron Koroklyo Takahcashi, a very at an actual expense.It Total .. ... . .. ... .24449.87
i appropriate, name Indeed. expects recognition of the fact Payments .. . . .. .. . .$22,965.55
S ----o- that; while halls, theatres and other T.H.vansthe Jeweler

It has been at least a year since public places, bill posters and all the. Balance . .. . . ..$1,483,82
the government has advertised for other services enlisted in the cauie For the operating expenses of the

an xylomotist Still no response.I demand compensation with but few I Fair 1918, I submit receipts. : OPPOSITE .
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0 exceptions, it ii the newspaper that Season tickets .. . . ... .,$ 2,655,00 OFFICE
move that we just forget it all, gives its wane free for the take of General admission .. .... . 8,401,50 EXPERT REPAIRING AND ENGRAVING.
and get together In an Orlando lovefeast. the public good. Space sold . . .. . . .. .. 884,00 .
., Do I have a second to the motion Yet in the vast majority of use Carnival shows .. .. . .. 1,172,15
? this generous service ii blissfully taken > Grand Stand . .. . . .. 960,55 I

-o-- for granted and the paper1 liberality Parking space . ... . . .. 170.50 :
Many of us have had the crown of abused. That which it purely Miscelleanous . ..", .... 302.00 I
thorns pressed to our brow, but our a favor it accepted ai a matter of
fingers have never touched the cross course, and what should be requests Total receipts II. "$ 9,045.70
of gold. are couched ai demands. Payments, help, etc., . .. .. 1,270,70
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o When the courtesy has been performed Fair Premiums . . .... .. 1,008.05 SWIIIGS @)
It is not lawful to beat an umpire in there ii rarely appreciation, General expenses .. ..... .. 4,108,44Premiums
Illinois, but baseball fans 'will Ii" and more often dissatisfaction-gen*! etc. ... .. ... ... 2,658.51
this no thought onto the occasion erally silence.
arises. The result in many other cities has Balance . ... ... ... .$ 9,045.7''
o been that a price has been put upon .The above balance shows the actual
Over 1173,000,000 worth of propertychanged every kind of publicity, no matte operating expenses of the Fair and
hands in Chicago last year, what its object-even upon the churchnotice. does not include labor which was in For Day

not counting the cash gathered on the In those cities we warrant curred in preparation. '
highways such favors as the press bestows are The foregoing figures are as made
D properly valued.-Milwaukee Free up by Auditor and are herewith sub and

:In the name of humanity, why riot Press. mitted.
4 tart a society to provide early wormsand W. R. O'NEALSecretary.

hot water bottles for the preseason A CROP THAT PAYS EveningWear
robins\ It will be seen from this report that
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If a.woman could have her real wish few small farmers in the South, time a cash balance of $1483.82 and .
she would desire nothing more than to a little more alert than their neighbors there are some small accounts due
visit the 27,000 department stores' in are finding a live opportunityin the association yet.
the United States. the commercialization of a crop This is a splendid showing and reflects -
o product that has long been a general great credit to the managers.
r We have a suspicion that many of staple aritcle of home use. This long- It was decided to hold the: Fair

ihe loudest advocates of the back to neglected proudct, which in some next year during the week beginning; Our Personal Guarantee .: .
the soil movement have never the m- hands and in certain.localities is tak February 17. On motion it was decided < .
selves been there.-Standard Press. ing on the diginty of a very profitablecash to give free space to all machinery -
Accompanies :Every PairMarion .J:
o crop, is cane syrup. hall to all manufacturers
;Some men are constantly under One of the pioneers in this commercialization Orange county for exhibition of Orange .
A such a copious shower of blessingsthat of cane syrup is G. W. county manufactured products.
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they carry an umbrella to ward Stortef, who runs a general store in Also decided to make the poultry
it off, while others soak to the core. Florida and does farming on the side. show open to the world to competefor B. I
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But for aU that, no pampered aristocrat most profitable crop that he can produce to have a great exhibit in this department l

of an effete monarchy has anything and that hundreds of small next year.
on the American ball player in farmers in these localities of the It was also decided on recommendation -
tts spring training. South, where the soil is adapted to of Supt Allen to rent out the I EXCLUSIVE MILLINERY PARLORS
o cane culture, can make it one of the grounds for,pasture for the summer
-n Orlando's city fathers take a queer best paying crops from their lands."I Pres. H. H. Dickson said that he ,
-view-that because the commission have raised sugar cane and madeit was raising a colt to exhibit next Second Floor
charter received only two majority, it into syrup for years," declared Mr. year and would be glad to rent the |
ought not to be adopted.-Tampa Storter/ "and it is the best crop I cangrow. pasture for the mare and colt The
Tribune .6 My average production is five horse premium list is to be revised
o hundred gallons of pure syrup from an by Geo. C. Keller so as to widen
Orlando is not in need of men of acre of cane, but in certain seasons the field of exhibition horses STATE NEWS.

'the sky rocket sort who fife to the t have been able to take eight hun Superintendent Allen reported that Inverness now has a moving picture .
'' grand stand and dance fa a circle dred gallons from an acre. And this Buffalo Bill's shows had tied horses show and everybody is happy.
y But Orlando ii sorely in need of men result has t been> had without the use I and other stock to palms and trees

who will bury selfish motive for public of a pound of fertiliser and without and had killed many of them. BOCA Grande -now has over one mill COMPLETESTOCK

good. cultivation, after the first yean of He was Instructed to get others of cement sidewalks and will have k .
< - -o planting. and plant in place of these destroyed.Mr. .
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two miles in a short while OF
The minister of education of War "Ont planting has generally served Allen, who Ii an expert with

!= itmbtifg inveighs<< against till thin,. for ten or twelve yean, and eer! shrubs and trees, has a I large numberof Mans hive been-prepared for the
lag of spelling of German names in lain of my planting produced hand eucallptui trees which he will construction of I large number of
: American schools, but then tot edutor comely without renewal for a itlll plant on tho grounds\ I handsome residences in Tampa
I hat never been inside I Yankee longer period Here we never start togrind The grounds will be kept up and Spring
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toning institution In his life up cane before the first of beautiful in many ways this '@l on. A remarkable instance of the ft h.rmln'l _
k o January This means it has a etanee Mans are under advisement for en< luck occurred in t. Peters
A prominent business man paid tot to reach complete maturity. In los Urging the ladies rest room and ad burg i few days ago when C E An Styles
calitlei where the frost ii earlier the dint to the fonvonl@nctl.
; g Sentinel repreienUtlvo thus morn drewif of New Bethel l, Pa,, landed,
{ lag that tho shifting attitude of some trap must be eut when it Ii only about The outlook for next year I it very ft fine mackerel And big I klngftsh on
people reminded him of the definition 75 per rent mature) but In Milieu flattering and the eflletri are already, his hook ii the same tlmi
an honest politician In Kansas who where the earlier rutting compel a arranging to make the Fair next year

Was defined as being a man who would 25 per rent sacrifice there it still more excellent than the PAt Largo I.| making preparation to FASHIONABLE
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Stay bought, a decidedly entertain the diitrie convention of
_.- profitable crop. My net profits. vary SENATOR> A, & PONEGAN the Kni tits of PrIMes which will I III AIDIICOIlING

A movement is to be started to from season to season, Generally j I --- meet there on the 25th of this month,
.r make the war on flies worldwide Up they are somewhere between $150 and I The editor of the Sentinel never I II A big picnic and public speaking ii
$200 per acre. By net profit I mean having had the pleasure of. meeting .
to date the files have very much the scheduled, ai one of the social t..
what is left after deducting all, labor State Senator A E. Donegan, baa I'
better of the exterminating crusade tares of the convention.
the and manufacturing cost'is about seven heard so much of him that he natur :; Straw
9 'movement
evidently needs
cents a gallon. Into this is figured all felt curious to know 'more about
more concentration than 8 it laid to have
expansion I Tuesday, April ,
the of of the gentleman, and has made some .
expense cutting, hauling to
t ;Just as this stage. been a red letter day with the students *
the mill, of grinding, of boiling and investigation and gathered facts that I!I
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France Is all excited over a device I of production runs close to seventeen Just now suffice it to say that he is Women at TallahatMe. It was ,Rr
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just invented which makes the cap Chairman of the Committe }
cents a gallon, and I have never received on public
aixing of an aeroplane practically that Institution and was ao
lands and
less than forty-five cents at drainage. .
,possible. We would like to see it in wholesale. Sometimes the price, has fully executed in every IUceel.-1

-; operation-from the ground. been very much better than that. Money to loan on improved prop. that it was unanimously
z: continue the plan u an annual event I
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The National Geographical Society I the merits, of pure cane syrup, and I ___ Brown & Lartigue
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W P. Mitchell and wife, who have HIS MOTHER IS HIS BABY. ORLANDO FRIENDS IN THE OHIO Relief trains from all parts of the THE WEIGHT OF YEARS.
been enjoying Orlando so greatly for FLOOD. country have been coming in and,,. -
the past six months return to their She is my 'mother, said the young Columbus, Ohio, April 14,1913.Mr. one 'of the relief stations here was MMy dear doctor," said Pope Pius
THE ORLANDO.FLA.TUNER home in Maine today. j I man, but I call., her my baby. She and Mrs. W. A. Slauter, Orlando recently destroyed by fire'at a dam- to Prof. Marchiafava, his physician, :
is 80 years old. Old people are Fla., age of about fifty thousand dollars.I on Sunday last, "one thing your
Miss Emily McCormick left Orlando I very like babies, and we ought to Dear Friends: We intended to drop saw in the papers and letters cleverness cannot possibly remove is
yesterday and after a few stops,glove, them, for such is the kingdomof you a card, but as a card will not hold ,which we received while in Orlando my 78 years." The pontiff referredto
David Speer of Geneva, III guest I twill leave the state for the long heaven. all I know, I will write a small let how the flood was, but I had no idea a factor in illness which, though \
in this city today I journey to Long Beach, California I I have an idea life evens up things. ter.We I that it was as bad as it is. There not usually overlooked by the doctors, 1
I When I was young and helpless she arrived in Columbus Friday I are all kinds of dead animals, as is prone too often to be forgotten by

Joshua Whitman, of Louisville, Ky., Mr. L T. Jackson, C. W. Thompson -(took care of me; now I take care of night, all safe and sound, but I tell I I horses cows, dogs, cats, and even laymen. Unless it be in one's own ;
li in the city for a few days Jr., 0. Masher, Jr. P. T. Omison, her. I am paying my debt you it looked pretty shaky in some I!,chickens, which add to unsanitary I case the weight of years does not ::
A. F.. Broth and C. Harbaugh, of She never left me alone when I places. We got along alright up to,I I conditions of the place. There is always receive the .consideration to '
Min Minnie Fogg left yesterday Tanlan, Iowa, are guests at the San was an infant. Now I do not leave Cincinnati, but from there on, we quite a lot of sickness here now andI which it is entitled. We are accustomed -
for her home in Goshen, Indiana. 1 I Juan. and are Florida prospectors.Rev. her alone. had a time. We were nineteen hours,I( am afraid it will get worse. A few to saying a woman is as old
I I She was patione with me then; nowI on the way and ought to have madeit cases of smallpox are reported too.I as she looks and a man as old as he :
Mrs. .H. M. Plaisted, of Atlanta, and Mrs. J. H. Waddell came am patient with her. in five. The tracks had been wash |I I could write a letter as lond as a feels, but that is not quite accurate. :
Ca. left for that city yesterday up from Lakeland yesterday and are I She sacrificed her young life to ed away and they had laid temporary telephone pole if I wanted to tell one' Years inevitably carry positive effects,
at the .Church & Home Hospital me; I am glad of every chance I haveto tracks and in one place the tracks half-yes one tenth of the flood news. even if they,do approach by imperceptible
Jamea Wallace of Niagara Falls, where Mrs. Waddell will be operated sacrifice for her. slid away, just behind a passenger There was a family in the flood steps. "Time like an ever- .'.
N. Y., is an interested guest in the.I upon. Mr. Waddell remains overI She loved me when I was ignorant, train. Our train, was lying on a I who, when their house began to float, rolling stream bears all its sons
dty. I today. awkward, needing constant care, and side track waiting to pass over the got on the roof and as they floated away." Not merely that, which is
I -i1 -- all because I was hers, born of her same track, but was flagged, thus I,against a tree, the father climbed Time's ultimate conquest, but surely
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.Edward D. Gates, whose home is in 1 Mr. M. A. Oliff, who has spent the body and part of her soul. Now every saving u from running into it. 'into it and helped the others. One 'and relentlessly it lays its burdens .'
Cincinnati, Ohio, left for his home past. season at the Lake View, leaves feebleness and trait of childishnessin We stayed at this poin Maysville, of the little girls, after clinging to upon every human being; and so,
city last night tonight '.on the Seaboard for .Washington her endears me to her, for no rea Kentucky, for the remainder of the the tree until almost frozen turned 1(when the prime has been passed,
son, except that she is my mother. day before we' could catch another loose and splashed in the waters. The there is a weakening of the vital forces
D. C., where he wilt visit I t
Mr. and Mrs. Leo Rehbinder, of for several weeks before continueing By so much as she is a tax on my train out, then we had to walk a other died of exposure in the tree'I and a lessening* of the power of
G Geneva 'were among Orlando visitors -i to his home in < time, attention and money, I love her. good distance and, after boardingthe before the rescuers pine, despite all resistance until the recuperative facul
night I' Canada I She shall not triumph over me in train at Huntington, we found efforts of her parents by wrapping ties are visibly reduced.
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-t' the Orlando winter guests I I Willie ''Graves,. of Orlando, is in derness shall equal hers. She watched -,.we had ridden over. you, who have taken their departure, itMr. I the..city on a several days' business with me until I grew up; I shall The tracks for miles were washed people going down the stream crying I but there is that lacking in a man
visit While here he is the of
J. A. Rogers, of Fairfield, ffl. I guest watch with her until she steps into away, as were almost all the bridgesand and praying for help and nobody could of 78 years which neither science nor
his aunt Mrs. W. A. Mickler her
at heaven. temporary tracks were laid all get to them. 0, I could tell and show'skill can replace. The cumulative effects
A limited quantity of Norfolk oysters I'home on Spanish street-St Au- Frank Crane. along until weather conditions madeit you so much, more than I can writeif I of a long life cannot be removed
at the Parlor Market today. This gustine Record. .r, porible for the main lines to be you were only here. It would make|permanently\ else medicine or surgery '
will be he last for the season. j I I COUNTY DIVISION.The repaired.It a wooden man cry to be present at might defy death and the great-
_____ I I Mr. and Mrs. E. G. Duckworth, is an awful sad thing and hun- such a flood :est of all mysteries would be solved.
P. D. Jones, of New Mexico is in i|prominent residents of Orlando, arrived :- outlook for preserving Orange dreds and hundreds of people are en- They tell me that men, who had The mistake many men and women
the city and is a prospective land l in St. Petersburg this morning county in her entirety and integrity tirely homeless.. Residences for sever- never thought of crying or praying make is commonly the error of youth,
buyer. I I to spend the week on a pleasure trip. is anything but encouraging.This al continuous squares are completely before, just broke down at the spec- though on occasion it is persisted in
They will be at Pass-a-Grille for the legislature is committed to division destroyed and washed away. tacle before them, seeing innocent far beyond that period when hard
Mrs. W. P. Gray and Miss Emma 1 I greater part of the time. -St Peters- and it will require an Herculean Ninety bodies have been found to children and women on housetops be- sense supposed to have supplantedthe
Gray, went to DeLand yesterday to!I burg Independent effort, to overcome the ,pre-dis- date and almost every day, even yet ing dashed down stream helpless and I follies of unwisdom. But they -'
visit a few days ,with their friend, :;;; position of many of the representatives -j I I brings accounts of others being found. no way.to get help to them. !I who' thus proceed invariably answer
Mrs. Pazton. 1 Jack Smith, the well known and senators. But the loyal !I Railroad and street cars, bridges 1 The largest oaks were uprooted and for their indifference to the gift of
1 young men of Orlando, arrived in St. citizens of old Orange are sticking to and even brick: houses have givenI washed away easily. I healthy and life by losing both prema-
Among those who took their departure Petersburg. on the Pokanoket from it with bull dog tenacity and the Sanford -:I,way to the mad rush of the waters Some of our folks at Huntingtonwere turely, or by dragging along their
from the enty yesterday was Tampa this'morning in company witha lobby is having to fight for every,and V cars have been found two miles in the flood, but it did not I length of days in physical distress and
Miss M. K. Dorenns, of Mont ClaIr, party of friends who are here for thing they are getting. The House ,away, from where they were at the amount to anything by the side of mental depression Such has been the
N. J.Mr.. j a couple of days' pleasure trip.-St may pass the bill and when the true time the flood started. Paved streets this. They had a chance to get out. history of the world. The exceptions ;
f Petersburg Independent inwardness of Senator Donegan and have the appearance of river beds, The water was three feet and two prove the rule, and happily these are
.. L Edgar Ltadsey, of Evans- his moving motives are made clear, and holes thirty to forty feet deep inches deep in my brother's house.It ..numerous. He is fortunate, indeed,
vile, Ini, who has spent several Mr. Eugene Brewer, and his son, his prestige in this senate will be have been washed out as much as did a great I,deal of damage, but:who has been foresighted enough so
months in the dty, left for his home ,Frank, who own a nice little poultry broken. a square in length. Heavy iron bridges no lives were lost I can't keep from ,to order his ways that when he passes
yesterday. j farm near Drennen Station, leave today The Senator stands on- slippery '''are wrecked and lie in a twisted crying when I think of the many peo- his three score and ten it is his years
for their old home in Mathews, grounds.A tangled mass. ple, especially women and children i only and not some malady which he is y yI
Mr.*and Mrs. J. J. Thornton, who,Virginia, where they will spend the i No papers or letters can describethe who were dashed to pieces in the terrific .fJ I called upon to resist Pittsburg
have spent a pleasant winter in Or- summer. What will happen to the Milwaukeean has failed at four real conditions here; it takes an force of the raging waters. Gazette.
Judo, left for their home in the :fish and clams while our friends are in attempts at suicide. .He may be en eye and then the spectacle seems almost With best wishes for your future I
Keystone State yesterday. that locality is a plenty. dowed with as many lives as a cat. beyond comprehension.ToDay's success, I remain a ever, The old adage All things come to
( Your friend, I him who waits," has been changed to
J. W. MOTLER, "All things come to him who hustles."
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MillllllltlllllHlttHlllillllMIMHIIIIIIIIMM Mr. Motler 1s a subscriber to the
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Woood the midnight, will be run in 1he "Too A L I -
t ;iras the,boQ't.of the,Caputets; to Classify",column.
Women 'Who Could. PUU'an, Oar from whom descended Juliet' for Boosters of five lines, or lessproximately ::I
whom so-many' kind hearts have wept 80 woMt-ont
' ,With the .Best- of Men. and of,whom the poets have sung. cents; three times 50 cents; one I I
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5 the 'side 'of a' tall and slender; gray $1.00; one month, f3.00. I CIDItliCRun
WON FAME':ALL OVER EUROPE. house, in a qufetstreet of Verona. A LOST-A
black suit coat
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'''farther the busy life'of
few
steps on mgl.trjmmed with silk br id.
the.old' ].city is centered in the marketplace city on road to
. Ann Qfanvillt and Htr'Champions'NotOnly and in the one ,or two streets Finder return to this office and
; But'Thtir .Own'.Countryman, that lead'from It 'Too'stand In"front reward.

'., but ,W.nt.to Ham and ,Outrow tf:the lightly' built, dwelling and youtook .

Half a.Dozen. Crack_Fr.nchCrews.) 'at the slim balcony l of wood from GOOD barpin in real estate. T
which bent forward the ,form of the location' different parts of r 6 Y
In, the boat race*. ,,that bare, from. Address Mrs. E. W. Bullock
radiant whose
girl undying love
story
time immemorial ,been rowed on .for bU/'echoed down the ages. It,is atiautumn Shelby streetROOMSjFor" I : f

) Hamoaze.. 'the estuary of' the Jamar -day 4 and:.within the rail of.the 'light Ji u :a SL-

) afar the Tavy that forms part of the narrow framework some,one has placed sonable for the summer. '

a'. =fcarbor :of ''Plymouth ''the women of 'red'flOWers'in'tall :green pots.A' North ,Orange avenue.. ... '- -
;8altash have-often. distinguished them curtain at the, little;window mores,, In t ; : A
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x ,selves. In "Around and About SalUsb" the breeze and yon expect_ at.any moment BUY a, lot in Thornton Park,: j
to see the dainty form of Juliet suburb in east part of the city. .
Pi: E. B. Porter writes .of. .Ann G1 n' Jensen.: .
appear and to bear a rippling laugh fall
vole wbosetmaxonlan feats of'oarsnanship -
made her famous all over Eu from her lips. I OAK HILL is the beautifulsub:
A woman steps from the room beyond
ion the
rope: to Northeast of the
through the_ windoand,I .
open _
M, "Some sixty or seventy years ago the Lstill. have some choice Iota "" '
stands to, listen. She has a child in I Carl Jensen.WANTEDA.. : ,
of Saltash was often seen ,
crew women
her arms and I he_ claps his bands i fi'! : J : 'r n , '
the Hamoaze, but wherever '
not only on :
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held. It was not laughing and crowing, no doubt just as i position as ;." : J.
aquatic sports were
the beloved Veronese'did centuries caretaker, and collector for "
t often that Ann and the that she ago I
crew ,
The mother hushes him for she is.intently resident property owners. By f\
stroked were beaten in a match-never I experience who can give it :
listening to the market cries.
by other women. In' the midst of that everyday Hfe tention. Address. Collector, '.\,... ..... ,'" .' "" -'
4 They 'competed for prizes at Hull.if neL' :
walks the Immortal Juliet-London

v Liverpool and It must Portsmouth not be supposed and Dartmouth.that 'a Telegraph. _ _ WAN TED Old Minion 6,000 miles perfect condition

crew,of men ever: yielded,the,palm out .JD Idnr them u good as new. n; 'J f :. i ... ,, . .'
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'pOWER' Of TIE :SUN.If oriea'maoe to order by thi-l te
'I of masculine courtesy, for as .a matter ; .
proved French process and
.... of fact the men did not at all relish I Car complete not
iin proof I ,backing put: on them. : a defect.
Man Could Only Ut It In Per
king beaten by a par l of females. postal, name and address ,to ,
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t "In'some of these contests Mrs..Bar. 'foct Heat Eogin. Royiton, and I will call and take I I A .? > :
det-Screech a daughter'of-Ann Glan' The heat of the 'sun' that would be order.' I Am
Orlando.
leiaving
Must
c ..11r..who had'tonrteen children- row' received on one .square acre, of the I ell.
[tedjirttb, her,/ mother; As ahe'.was the earth's ,surface at fight angles to.!therays FOR .SALE-New seven-loon :
f| yowfestj _member, 'of the, crew ,she -pf the, sun. If the, sky ;!was clear 'with an modern, m' f r :
polled bow oar. the least; ,arduous .post and all other ,conditions .favorable. $3,000. Will tab.11Itolllo n. in I
lathe. : boat: > would, if'man could'utilize all'in a per. pay. Address Owner, care I II I

'"Onice1 this'crew, rowbif match'at feet heat' engine.'--exert the power of., FOR :aces : : .. :".: .*.'f !
_ ; SALE-About. four .. .' .. ,;" < ,o< !;:: ; :" J_ '. '
12.000 ho But this dgur&m of
rVfeetiood
In' the presence'of .Queen e8. not ti-ees '
old lake
"' Victoria' mathematical accuracy to:,the seven years, on ; ,'. ', ,; . . > ,. ,
gave the men sotottnd a beat owing ten minutes walk from Orange : \ "'l"f: .i /o-4J-.t-. i >i '. :,'.
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,4 lag .that h majesty asked to. have discrepancy of.results, among different I on Apopka road See owner on -. "

Lan pfeseted'to her, researchers in many, parts, of ,the ises. SainMvCooley.. . l :
"However., the ,most famous event world, on plains at:sea level,, higher. I - .
t of Ann's life, took,,place.In, 1850. ,when and oa tops of..the highest mountains I .Forxchange' or Sale :
Capta'l'RU------'of fl. M. 8.Brunswick to which scientific instruments could For acreage or other'
twisted Whir that Ihi, and her crew be carried. Orange''or'like Counties for i' d 'J:71: : ,.iS,! r \li.? t1 f .L: ;;err,, ,1' .1. ,' _t ';.'1.p ,') '.-:,.:r-q .',i
should go to*Barre to'lhie regatta there' And> 'this great force has been at wOrt dwellings;in Pittaburgh,, Pa.. : ....! e, ...-.-.. '. ',, ..___.___ ...... .:..A.I ,

and :ichallenge the; Frenchmen, a proposal during millions of years In forming the hinging, good rent. All modern .
to which she readily assented. world for: the abode of coming man, ings.sired Can be handled se r- te. ,: f' : ':':" "J"":'?T'off: ', '

t"Wbentbe tFrenchmen..heard of' ,tbe Winds,. tides, rains, chemlcaV activity. Address F. JOSEPH : :
challenge. ; fry tlles1 1 AoglaUes! de Saltt coal, wood* oil-these.and more" are alt. lmo.17.17 Orlando : SEE
asbe they shrugged n their.' shoulder due to.this,vast power of the sun. . ' ,. n! .
tot they'scarcely-regarded,)''to as serious ' A:, '"horsepower"; how much longer 'WANTED-A business -'" )
lend Women' partner : ,1,: : ,- t,5r -. .I _.
when'
the appeared will 'this word be used when kilowatt manufacturing business with : < .
':In their' whlt 'frilled caps prinked is'so.'much'better?) is a'force'that CaD 'established trade.' Need more' Cook AutO
mobile'
out. with bloe'ribbous, In'!their'short lift a weight of 33,000 pound through andwill; take partner!orwill : Co.
'' petticoats:and-white dresses'with blue a, height of, one foot in,one minute i ny! with. .$15,000 to
' neckerchiefs tied, over the ;shoulders Thus the solar power reaching ;the 11 000 capita, Plant, up. to date I

,, and aped_behind the.back,_they looked deck of ,a 'slow going steamer, if all excellent condition. Address Florida
In Sentinel Orlando
:facturer,1 care of
puzzled. made available by the genius. man]I p' US'J" "1 I .
"The challenge> -of'the Englishwomen could .run the' engines at :a1 reasonable 1 ,i
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'; created' a stir'not only In Haore. but and comparatively safe rate.-Edgar FOR; RENT-Furnished, .my .. "1 ... .".....i.- ..,... '. .a- ;" 'f 1'_ '' I' .
)( on Lucerne Circle Jas. A.
tit miles 'along the French coast' and Lucien Larkin in New York American
for h." ... ".... f f.t...., ....... rO.:... i. ,:::1..1::: '. .,/io'" ("e:" .. , _
''aany leagues'inland too. And In
Fox"RENT Furnished:8 ite of ,
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England greatest interest was Satellites of.8atu 0. airy roOms for light hou ; oJ n ri J MIIMIMMMIIiiMMIItllMrMMtlllllllllMMMFOR
,aroused. tt Photometric studies of six ,oft the Close in cheap rent 312 North I ... I
: ,""When :the day'of the regatta ,came principal satellites of Saturn,' made by I '' .f 'THE LADIES OF ORLANDODEIVIONS"
there was a vast concourse of people Quthnlck of the royal ':observatory; ;
to,witness, the, contest Every quay, Berlin. indicate confirmation of the FOR SALE-A fine Jersey cow. OAKlAND

hilltop and'housetop from which a view previous conclusions of other observ-l- t ten,days old, a good family RATIONIf.
ottbe'roune'could.be. bad was'crowd. era that 8eferal and perhaps all. of a reasonable price. P. 0. Box
' ed.9'' Every one was:'otf' tipfofl:ot ex* these satellites. behave' like our own !;Orlando. JI "! '1 ( 'have any combings" .don't throw .them away.

i; peetatiotf., 'Before."the' start1 the :Salt moon In' keeping always the same side'' THE CAR 'Yon'have in your city, I. Gold, a manufacturer,of hair,goods,

r.; itab: crew bad a pull round to show toward the planet. around which, they. [attractively FURNISHED furnished, ROOMS-Three rooms , ;.,. at 'Dade' City, Fla., but recently from Chicago, where you

4 'tb mIelYe ."' Their steady stroke, the revolve. In, regard to, ,the .satellite floor, suitable for light EVERYBODY I scan bring your'iombinp and have a switch braid, transfor-
J7jn! bl Icb,they,bent their,backs,.toHbeir'wofk named- -Tethrs. an, Interesting b1POthelis Modern conveniences. mation or 'any piece of hair work you would like to have
.. and the perfect ease. .and Is ;offered to account, for/its very ,West Central Avenue ISrrAIA1N" made from

t June frttt wiafMhey pulled made marked changea"9fJ luminosity. The !I I -- - .. t $1.50 to $2.50
,
4Aa French open their e1eL': theory b that Tethys possesses tile SIX Splendid unfurnished
3 / "Ana 'uefher'rew bad not the best form of 'a'long ellipsoid: the two pi iiI' modern conveniences, Just' ABOUT I :Also carry,a large'line of finest quality French cut hair, '

.'atari 'possible) ,- nor at first 1 did they ('Ip.IIle8 of which are to one anotherin thing for light house keeping. st which we'make to order to match. We demonstrate. Also

i have'the advantage.' Five minutes after -, the ratio of five to two. A 703)West Central Avenue,, F6R BEMmSTRATlON carry a large line of sanitary hair goods. Switches, 1 4 oz.,
,
,.the start six boats 'were ahead of -suggestion has been.made 8lmna"'l I i FOR RENT New 'five room 50c; 1/ oz., 18 and 20"ins longl; 2'oz., 24 ins. long $150;

|| them. But.they, soonttested their opponents' the shape,of. the asteroid. .Eros, whichlikewise I I I furnished for the' summer SEE .2% z.26 ins.'long, 225.
exhibits variations of .
who had the great
p ryinn. north bank of Lake Concord. r
stroke owl, he light, ,according; to its position In its WE MATCH ALL SHADES. Silk hair nets 36 ins.
gave (: :.word: :. I I fishing and use of.boat No '
"'Bend your, backs ,to: it maidens. orbit around the sun.-Harper'a.: can at Sentinel office 1'GRUDER long 5c Dont' fail to call during this week for our low

I and'hurrah for old*Ei'glandr! \ I prices. Goods on display at
holes Down
"One''by'one. with s\'cheer from old Keep the A I .
Ann they' 'passed. 'the''six, boats.j"At It is strange that DOt -One person in j GOOD, WORK( : F. N. BOABDMAN 'd

t last'they"drove their;boat with the a thousand knows bow 'to help a ..manon t. :, .Ji I ,
British,color flying.P1111l! the ,fore with his coat or, a lady with, her I :DRY'GOODS AND NOTIONS; ORLANDO. One week Only

Into thelead., ,It, was a long course jacket 'They all make the.mistake of i I .-
and a bard pull but they soundly ,bolding the garment too,high,especially I For Sale by I' WELCOME TO MIIIIIIIMMMIIIMMtlMIMIillllllilllliillillllliORLANDO_

thrashed the Frenchmen. Ann and'her the last sleeve: They lift It so,thata .
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'maidens' beat them by 100 yards.: The: man nearly dislocates. his arm reach H.: G. a ROYAL PALl.I I
members' of this famous 'crew were ing for it. The,more futilely he grabs J'S
Ann Glanrllle. Harriet boating Jane 'and claws and lurches for it the higher j

House and Amelia, Lee. A man actedas they hold it until the wretched victim South Hughy St. SHOP;
coxswain would have to get on a,pair of stilts to I
j "Mrs. House was so elated at the find the armhole. The proper: way? I
Modern and Complete.
victory that on reaching the committee Why. hold the coat .BO. that the armholes Hauling of all kinds, and
: boat she plunged into the water are as low down ,as the:man's, new, individual BUSINESS COLLEGE
dived ,under the vessel and came up waist taking care :to keep the skirt of I ing carefully looked attachments at every

with a dripping and drooping rap on the garment off the floor, of course. If ir: No stone has been left
1 the opposite side. there is any struggle to find the last to make this shop ;
t "Ann Glanville died in 1880, at tin armhole. drop it still lower. Never M
US A i
GIVE th; erequirements of the N
age of eighty-five, dignified, vigorous raise it Drop it until his band slips of MODERN COURSES IN
Plenty !
and handsome to the last Her character into naturally. particular.
was summed up by a neighbor Courteous attendants. I
;t In these words: Emily Bronte. ELIJAH WHITEHEAD, Single and Double Entry Bookkeeping. Cor-
i "'Her was honest to a farthing cleanas G. K..Chesterton has added his meedof Banking Shorthand
Bookkeeping ,
L Proprietor.: I poration ,
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a smelt and kind hearted as a praise to Emily Bronte the woman .
L ; qaeea.'" writer who, of all others has perhapswon AveOrlando: Fla. I Typewriting, Penmanship, Commercial Law,
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I' -' most unstinted praise from men.A ... .
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111Manicure IIIFFF1'1'l Commercial Arithmetic, Spelling and all
.t I
ROM to the Occasion. splendid creature Chesterton calls II
"Do you know. Miss Doofles." asks the author of "Wuthering Heights" I Branches of Civil Service. '

the earnest young man. "that if one and the book itself he. finds likewise Pedicure, . .j C
were oo Blrius the orbit of the earth splendid "But there is nothing human Face and Scalp Massage. .jI

would look Just about the size of a about it It might hare been writtenby Parlor Dickson & Ires J .\ DAY AND NIGHT CLASSES
.r over
lager ring an eagle.

"I beg your pardon. Harold" she r corner Orange and HYHRYfHll I I Experienced'Teachers in Charge. Diplomas
flutters. "1 was musing for the moment A Perfect Defense.
; Avenues.Oscar 4
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and did not catch everything you "Sam dear..asked_ Mrs. Prouty who IN2 I Granted and Positions Secured for Gradu
said but 1 beard you say something bad been away from home the greater
about serions' and a riD,.--chIcqo part of July and August' "what is the i ates.

Post matter with the garden?" 2 FEEDFOR Patronize Home Institutions.For .
-- "I don't know. answered Sam hum I

The Storing Committee.s bly. "1 haven't done anything to It.- '

, + Registry Clerk-It is necessary forM Youth's Companion. -
to ask the mother of the bride if : I Prices and Terms call .on or address:'- ....

she has nothing to say before I proceed Spunky Retort & Sons.ceen
i with the ceremony. Voice of Mrs: Peck-Henry 'why did you
Mother (to background-All hereto feign sleep last night when I was talkIng to & Hand ( STOCK '
say to 'that if I hadn't bad a good deal to you? Henry-My dear. I did tu i Or1do Busess College 11 1
to say already 1 never would have not feign sleep though 1 fain would LINE OF e

JiDd 4 here. have sleptJudge.In PLETE HOUSE FURNISHINGS LAUBACH

c Train PltNE' S7
If ft'we possible to heal sorrow by the true life of the individual each

wse stag fsJd were. .lees prised thanBftef.8epliala day Is the beginning of tbt MW fear.- COME IN AND SEE The Grain Man. BAND BIJDDING ORLANDO, FLA.

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Gordon The feUowJ&f'leMerfrom Hewitt'Dominion'"Entomolofti ; C.: rBU51 "AUGlU.n"/N J\'fI TlfNj' ;

; of Ottawa, Canada; containsmiejii IN
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valuable information and many '
-AT-
practical suggestions Dr.
Hewitt is
a lifh authority on the hose-fly, hav S.E. JEWELRTJEWELRY
ing made a special study of Hi habits Lesher's Jewelry Stor
M! ear. His recent Book, "House-
Floss and How They Carry Disease ?,. ,ij
sal :be recommended to all who are" In order to quit business I will offer my entire stock at .A ctio.*
and ing a serious effort to abolish the

flyf;nuisance. Dr. Hewitt says: Sale Opens*" SatIruy.AprII 5th at 2.30 art .7.311'.m. ,Duly .
The methods of dealing with the '
nuisance have consisted in either > Until all! goods are sold.' J .
abWkhing the breeding!places of the Is ORe of the necessities of life
ny and the prevention of its breeding,
felling the flies themselves. I haveenleavored BILLY N OO:NEY. Auctioneer Satisfactory Jewelry must

to point out on ''all!foc- 4 A have ,style, design *
and
raisons that the former of these t. . quality,

methods, namely, the:prevention of and d thf breeding of the flyby the abolitioii
\ Or proper protection of its usual- I IIMIMMMMMMMIMI" ,j I. ... ., . 'eeisl. has something to do with it too,

breeding places, is the only method We have them alL.
which will have any appreciable effect IF YOU WANT THE LATEST-; : I
in Deducing the numbers of the pest I I . Everything Guaranteed.

themselves Nevertheless, the killing of the flies I ==_='"' '=================== INTHE' 'u ", <# I Try our satisfactory repair department
has been regarded by some .
asfof considerable value. I : :: _
am
very
dubious about this, and,the result of LINE OF UP TO, DATE DRY GOODS,. CLOTHING, I I ,

campaigns of this nature confirms my HATS AND SHOES, ALSO LADIES READY TO WEAR '
., .
dob b. The only time'vhen the kill- r. -
ini;of the flies themselves can be of DRESSES OP ALL DESCRIPTIONS COME TO R SALQMON. .

and value is in the spring when the . S 'JSF ACTIOli,, GUARANTEED OR r i
MONEY Allen&Co.
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first flies, the progenitors of that suinmer I
millions, are coming out of iber- REFUNDED.'i' ..- .
nation. In certain Canadian cities flykilMng )

campaigns were conducted, in JEWELERS
some' cases by local committees, in I B. Salomon .
Orlando
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others by newspapers;; he Montreal H, Orlando -
Daily. Star, for example, awarded a . Florida
suds of $350 in prizes for the t4 -
number> of flies killed. :In no greatest case did = . .. ... .. .. -: '!.. . .. .. ....'. ... .., I ,

thej total number of flies killed in the =. "IIiSIISIHSSHIUIICIIIIIISSIICCII1CiSOCUOOII
"Dhi
whole of a campaign(; exceed the II

quantity which could easily be reared ; I ., . I:: '
i .4er natural conditions from an AAuiu Ii. Model '
average sized pile of stable refuse:in / Grocery,

the edi&ational> une ot value a few of wHO.such While fly-killing the I OM A.NJt.

18 West
Church
campaigns cannot be overestimated, Street I
it would seem to me that greater results CipHal aH Sirptas. aid UtfvMet PnfHs ilE0, 1N. .. : a

campaign would against be obtained dirty by stable conducting yards Total Resources over Ttoe-furfen of a Milk*. FANCY AND STAPLE GROCERIES. NEW AND : :

and; back yards, garbage heaps and II FRESH : .
duty, insanitary privies and all suc Statement of the OrUndo :Beak and I We Give Oar .I..
Personal
Attention
h's.
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to Oar Coftooen..
plain -
which produce the flies Trust Co ;
sn at Close of .....
supply them with infection s+ I' J' Gamut, Satisfaction I and Prompt Delivery I
April 16th', ; 1
11i1a-Toe Sets .
"aria oryeuow feter,acnnot be t ;I ,GiveUfiTrUl
stamped out by'kttlinmoaqulto k "" enth Anniversary of "- t tI'
but by-draining r G, ; i
I
abolishing their protecting breeding places otherwite ; .. its I.ExistenceRESOURCES'. I. , Subtler Bros., Proprietors : I

and the fly problem is entirely, analogous itz. i. :

to that of the raoiquito. v. v.i J.. .. a ...tll"a. ,.......................,......: ............. t. J 1
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MA campaign for .the abolition ) -- - - - - -- - - - - -- - --- - ...... ".
of 1! ,.,. It1
the .r."I '
possible
breedireplaces of the fly i Loans and Dlsconnb868,199t88; ;
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was started.In the city.ofUttawa,' ,''and I Overdrafti ..."......" 922J8' THE H. H.. P., STRAIGHTFor (
the assistance of' what could be made 1 j Real EslataFurniture
#f
one of the most powerful fly-fighting 4 and Fixtures .,.. ..... '25,853144 Sale at aD Cigar, _. l'

_organizations' namely;thdBoy Scouts; w E Stocks and Bonds .,.,.,., 26,01&83 Orkuukfr Newest Cigar Made in; Orludo.Havaia 1
l/Jwas enlisted. Tee most important Cash on fcanTiai t in Banks 'a8,2 1.81': r ., A !
2 ,
time for conducting such a campaign 'w' ' L. and Florida Wrappers, : f J

is In the month of May. I am speak Total .,....,........,.'789,260.08'I Try One and Be Convinced'::1 ; ; i
I .
ing 1
more"particularly
In' regard to .
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northern cities and towns where there LIABILITIES HERMAN H. PIND M'f'g'r

is some snowfall during the winter. Capital Stock .... .. .
.i. '100,000.00 V. ,
During the winter months organic I Surplus and Undivided 212 South ,ChangeHiiiiiiiMtimiiimiM 'I \ J j
refuse and stable refuse accumulate :ewe.
Profits ""."."..II,. 24,14155 [
to an unusual extent, and unless a Deposits ....."..,....... 665.11b.b3 I-- --
thorough cleaning up takes place R DID YOU BUTT 1

early in_May: sue hrefuse':'serves as .I" Total ""..."......$789.280.08De I OUR 1
an excellent medium for,the
breedingof I overheard
a prominent hardware
the first flies ;
of'the season. Such dealer say this morning to a prominent
ke CreamNEW
a cleaning up is of enormous benefit + P citizen of Orlando, I could bars
in a fly campaign, as its neglect ta April 4,1913.$592,875.65Deposits I I I bought,,land at ffcfiO and 15.00 but )
: did not do it .
means that the :"over-wintering flies I April 18, 1918... 665UU3 J
At'tluf
United II. time he
States referred
Government State and to I lOW
gtt.a: start < I I.: County Depository Increase in 12 days ......$./!, 39.86 I Ice Cream for an Orlando man several .kesdrei .
"The cleaning up or 'spring clean I I. acres of land in Orange county for

'ing*;,of refuse, etc., ii, of course, the .. -- -. -,lilia0.. . : :0 ,_. IS I f old LOO in per 10 acre and,twenty the same acre land tracts DOW for :

duty of-the*scavenging authority of ......... , I ..00 per aen&Dd,1I+ : cheap at tats ;.
the*town or city;, it usually comes J i ;: tee Cream price. "
under the city,engineer's branch, What were the Orlando people 1Ju.
K oc- .5. ;MADE I fu at that time Gold mg ....
casionally' under the 'medical4 }
officer
\ I If jw had bought land,.yea eeali r
.. of thealth. It is obvious, therefore, , W. M. SLEMONS ... you profit You knew seas
that the greatest advantage would begained Ice CreamI J. ago your profit on the'mlainf
without
b/ hating to figure on It.
co-operative effort with the '
If' have
FROM you not yet bought
local authorities, and this is ; setae z
actually Orlando or Orange etur.ty
: property, .
what wu.deeted ,In-the dtjr.of..Ot.wa. .- ke CreamREAL then is ttfll opportunities far. Urge,
;
.;: The Mayor, who,la enlightened profits, and I can show yea. '
Our New I 'can sell you '10........ that wffl
on the ''
subject 10t:
fl danger, called Spring Stock is
? Coming In tnske rod> mosey,but, v..14....
torether.theltOut;; masters and patrol! tot iteck will not buy it .
.leaders 4 'them of the Boy Saute,,'tl iddresea, i' bd we wlil' Ier ytti iClteli. lleliiiOer. of IIItk Cwt Clee.. eke.CreaM : Call and. .lei .CAIL-IANSIN..i i
,
on the subjeet of thv fly ? .INDRYGOODALLTMSTAPtl 1 AND U8KKDL CREAM 01.. ''mt:
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danger, the breeding habits of the fly lOOm u wtD M FANCY 1n.a.'IM HNU DMBW ooo $ "
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and how to H"-
fight it HotUIIY,1H = }
RILK LuLl face
The ANDcImON, *Ad.tu Mtay Aes lee Cream rUiado '
following I wet
plan was then out fttwl l thlt. W.. U.., UMH.MltHIIMMMiMMIMM. ,
1 !d and adopt i The city WH. di- i *'* & j *i&' lliir.
\ fWd Into ,KtI0fti, and hi dlffwinlwaiteri :r. ; +. '
scout with ';thtl, scouts made Bargains. Six.Days in Every Week I Ice < Fair(

"'Hlv1! ".p nllblo' for that dll--
tfili t On'cerUlfl1' dates,' wnveniff Wi arty all tin'iim e Um Mea tf IMOli if tin but _,_
to the wmrtP ," the' @elonl wen ((9 be stakes 04 MUM Mylea KINO QUALITY MINI SMOP tee Cream '
.ut.d fa breeding places ef the fly, CRADDOCK TlI.". WONINl IHOM AND CHILI THE
seen ii table refuse, heaps or gars Digl\.; ..KQNI, 1 limiA :;IOLD IN THIS EVER: ONE CIGAR THAT
bs j In yards, ,to, The Houtl midi : t

take on Dribbling pdn provided b y fCHLM HR01IIN11UITR FOX MIN at IIS.W, 120. ke Crew, : (EVERYBODV[ (LIKES(
M city, of addrfiiies where garbage. 125,00 aid $30,00' art wmrni for STY1J FIT AN? ; t
rubbish, refute, etc, liable to bro< QUALITY TADkeCreaM
Ala, occurred, Those addresses were LORD BALTIMORK SOYS' SUITS WILL BR lUll TO ,
aaaded to the patrol I leaders, who r PLEASE YOU. :
handed them. to the scoutmasters, by I I sIAWLErS8TRAIGHT1
:
whom they were handed to the Mayor, AT .
me Mayor then handed over the lie t
I to the city engineer for the immedi j jI
W.
elanij yDg.
M.
'ate action of the scavaneinz depart SLEMONSeyed
sent : Get the best cigar at five
In this way the scavanging department cents, the next time you .
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had a sanitary survey madeof ::: Quick Delivery want to smoke-judge for
a far more thorough character swift-footed scouts. In addition } Watkins Building yourself. *
than would have been possible without to making this special survey, II
the appointment of a large number the' scouts were impressed with the (UNDERTAKER ARMSTRONG Phone 2 I Ii
.of necessity of personal II
sanitary inspectors at great ex';' responsibility .MtlllllllMMIMMIIIMHoney Made in
pense. Nor could one enlist thesistaneee as-j J, in abolishing the fly and ,the need,of The ARTISTIC PICTURE FRAMER of Orlando by all dealers.Orlando and sold
.of a more reliable and thorough -:,continuing their efforts in regard to i
band of inspectors: that the keen !I (Continued on Third Page.) PINe STRKGT to loan on Improved prop
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nC iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiini THE PLACES OF. WORSHIP

Louis a Massey, Resident -
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: T. Flctoa t Wutow. YIeLPr& i. Wrtm In* tl sire; 1 Method .
....... Co Bveoek.Aa"Or1Nr .. s..orl A.Newell,AII .Ilt : J. E. Wray, Pastor. .

Sunday School 9:45 a. m., C. ,E. ,. .. " ,
Howard, Superintendent. '. '
: !
THESTATE Preaching by the Pastor, 1LOO a. m.1' "
: {, Subject, "J Pierpont Morgan, Hart
ford Conn, 1836: Rome 1913."
Music: "Give, Thanks Unto the' .
BANK Lord">> Greeson. .
Epworth League, 6:30 p. m., H.
A. Hoffner, President

Preaching by the Pastor, 7:30'p.. m. o INTEREST
Subject, "Felix Trembeled," a con- 5 PER
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of Orlando science story, illustrated, by the con' S ''CENT.
y fession of the McNamara brothers,! 0 Instead of .
t
dynamiters.
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Music, Anthem by the choir. -
t THE OLDEST BANK IN THE CITYAND : Male Quartette' "Nearer to Thee."!
Word. I
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Mid-week Prayer Meeting, Wed-'
r nesday 7:30 p. m. If you have a savings account which i
r A cordial invitation' is extended to earns only four per cent either call,
The Bank which transacts more business than all. Visitors telephone, or write, and we will gladly j
and strangers will receive how the
explain same money can
any Bank between Jacksonville and Tampa a warm welcome. earn five per cent and probably more. I
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.Yx t
Emanuel Baptist
The large patronage of this Bank has been built up The topic for Rev. Mr. Boyd's ser: 1

,h during twenty years by conducting- business on sound mon Sunday morning will be "The
7' Secret of a Successful Church." He
'banking principles with careful attention to the legiti- will preach at both services. There
TIE f PEOPLES NATIONAL
mate wants of customers. The confidence of the publicis will be special music. Mrs. J. Robinson BANK A .

reuected in the large: amount of deposits. Murphy ,and Mr; Henry Sym-
onds will sing duets. In the morning
Average deposits First Quarter of 1913, $900,000. they will give "Jesus, Lover of My
I Soul" and in the evening the beautiful

"Lead Kindly Light" ,There is
FOUR PER CENT PAID ON SAVINGS ACCOUNTS no form of music that appeals to all
During April we offer City of Orlando
.... tastes like the stately hymns of the Five Per Cent Sewerage Bonds at par,
., ..' Church. for cash or on easy payments.

Our correspondent banks,are,located in every part of 1 St. Luke's Cathedral.

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the world and include some of the largest Banks in the
Sunday school, 9:0. ,
United! States, : Morning Prayer, 10:30. .

Tvening Prayer, 5.

s iMiillilllllli MUM Reverend Edgar A. Sherrod, the I ;:: : _' ''; :z '.- ," 1, ;.II_ ,C..',:-" ',_,,,'z. : ,' '- .:. ...;; .t ,;; ,',: :',
. ------ -- --- new Dean, who takes temporary .
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OTIC LEAGUE PROSPECTS. MRS GEO. R McCULLOCH EN- charge, will officiate. : i:
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TERTAINS.

)Ir. C. P. Dow, cashier and acting RUMMAGE .
for and in behalf of the People's National Mrs. George E McCulloch, with i -----.
t Bank, has been cooperatingwith whom entertaining friends is an art, I The ladies of the Ways and Means
the ladies of the Civic League gave her friends a most delightful Committee, of the Civic League an- .
in their efforts to secure a public afternoon yesterday at home by way'nounces I'I a Rummage Sale to take I
assembly hall, has extended very sub- of a sewing and guessing party. I i place in the Slemons Building West
e substantial offers to that body lately The wisest lady was Mrs W. E. Church street on Friday and Satur-:=
in.a financial way and addressed the Martin, so conceded by reasonof I l'day of next week. It is requestedthat 11111111111111111.11111111111,1111,111111-,1, " t' H
following letter to Mrs. J. T. Fuller, her' abilityas a guesser,'' contributions of clothing, or
President of the association. i to whom first prize was awarded,:I j"odds and ends" of any rescription
Orlando, Ha.,, April J8, 1918. I Mrs. Sidney Jves, Jr., in needle craft,1'I be brought to the Slemons buildingon
Mrs. John T. Fuller, President, 'Orlando excelled and won first honors in this Wednesday. ,. ;, YoweffsillMMMMMIilllMIIMIMIMMIIIIIMMillMI
Civic League, Orlando, FUu, contest Misses Elizabeth McCullochand !
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Dear Mrs. Fuller-: Permit me to Mary Ives served the ices and FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH.Rev. . i
congratulate your League upon your dainties that gave them first place in
most creditable ambition to supply this most difficult part of any pro Dn W., C. Golden, of, Nashville i
this city with an Auditorium.I gram.. Tenn., will ,preach both ) '
hare delayed taking the matter It was one of those pleasant afternoons 'ing and evening. ,
up with you owing to my absence that creates pleasant memories I Morning service at 11. Subject:1 AND SA TURD!Y
from the city, but now wish ,to add and'timulates the social side Joy in the Path of the Just i ,
to your commendation our hearty eo-|lof life, that makes us all akin. i Evening service at 730. Subject: ,
ep.rio8 with you in this laudable Diligence in Christian Duty. I 'illMMMMMIilllMIIMIMIMMIIIIIMMillMI- .
enterprise and insure yon we will LUCERNE THEATRE TODAY. 1 Sunday school at 9:30, Otto Link : Htllllli I

'deem it a pleuure if we can be of, i I Superintendent. .

fir any service in assisting you to, finance Three Reels. *-,' J j B. Y. P. U. at 6:30. I II
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4 or otherwise promote the same.t Special feature program. Ladies Missionary Society will hold Values ID
Very truly yours t I This picture program is a big surprise j their meeting at the church on Mon, Extraordinary I
ISTF ; t CHAS. P, DOW, i' for you-don't miss It Motion day at 3 o'clock. All members are .
4 1.J"* Cashier I pictures, just the kind you like to urged to be present I
Mrs. 'fuller will bring the matter: see and enjoy. '
a before the League. Matinee 3:30 to 6 p. m. I AT THE FAVORITE TODAY.A .
r 'I Iii Five cents to everyone. I I Afternoon, Dinner and Street

A ItkY GATHERING, AT MRS. Night 7:15 to 10. big western program
A. BROWN'S. Balcony five cents; lower floor, ten "Trapper Bill, King of Stouts," Bison
T.
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-----. .cents. 'I i 101in two parts ===== DRESSESof =====

Quite a large number of Mrs. ] : TJlackfoot's Conspiracy,* Bison 101
TO MUSIC LOVERS 1 We goig to give the best
Brown's friends met by invitation at are you
her pleasant, home on Magnolia ave-j i we can in the line of pictures this Charmeuse Messaline Chiffon Etc.
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nue yesterday afternoon for a "Thim- Conceit of American composer I program is one not to be missed by ,
He-bee," all having a most delightful I, next Tuesday. any. Open from 2 to 5 and 6:45 to, in the 'Latest Shades and most becoming
;4 social chat while busy with dainty I i The concert at North Highlands, 10 p. m.Admission. _
fancy work. ::next Tuesday will consist of music: five cents to all. models.
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i Later the needles were laid aside by American composers, including
v; and delicious cake of many kinds 1: a talk upon the life and work of thelate It t Subscribe for the Sentinel. tillllMMIiMIMMIMMMMMMMMMMIMMMIMMMMMM MMMMMMM

with ice cream and candy added to Edward Macpowell.; This will to 16 Afternoon and Street Dresses in Charmeuse and Messaline:
the last chance this which thEI
season
the enjoyment of the occasion. i I trimmed in bandings and laces Original prices ranging
Just before the guests dispersed many friends and admirers of Mr elegantly

they were surprised to find this event Henry S. Symonds will have of hearing When you want any qf thee from $15.00 to $40.00, while they last HALF PRICEIn
bad marked Mrs. Brown's birthday, him sing, as he sails for his ok SUPPLIES
.c and all united in showing heartiest home at Elmira, New York, on th EMERGENCY order to close out our entire line of Wool Dresses, only a few
wishes for the future their 27th. to be gone for several months. mentioned in
best upon
left will cut to HALF PRICE
popular hostess. I JOHNSON &JOHNSON'SHandbook : ,

Three steamships left Pensacola I I II I and Robes for Evening and Dinner Wear in beautiful
t Chief William D. Vinzant, for thir- Saturday morning with a combined I Dresses
! ty-two years a member of Jackson shipment of nearly four million feet I Spangled and Beaded designs. The very latest. For this sale
ville's police system and for fifteen of pitch pine lumber of sawn
years its chief, will leave today for for Lisbon, London, Liverpool and HALF PRICE
Hot Springs, Ark. He has been Rosaria. One 'of the steamers car- 01First
granted a leave of absence owing to ried a large quantity of tar the 100 Ladies' Embroidered and Lace Trimmed' Shirt Waits, regular

ill health. The chief has asked for total amount being nearly one thous- Aid 1.25 to 2.25 values, 98c.
retirement and the board has granted and barrels. I| ,

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The Buffalo nickle is calculated to here is the place to get
Our idea of nothing to worry about make the purchaser feel that perhapshe
is the advance of $5 a foot in the price is getting the worth of his coin them. Call or 'phone. I The White Store
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,y of show.snakes.-Galveston News. even when prices are raised.

DeLaney Drug Co.I
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IN ORDER TO GET READY FOR THE ERECTION OF MY NEW BUILDING, MUST CLOSE OUT MY ENTIRE STOCK OF FURNITURE, AND OFFER AT' A

f SACRIFICE-DRESSERS, WASHSTANDS, SIDE BOARDS, ROCKERS, IRON BEDS, SPRINGS, MATTRESSES, RUGS, CARPETS AND MATrINGS-NOTBING RESERVED.
I HAVE ABOUT FIFTY ROLLS OF MATTING REMNANTS WHICH WILL BE SOLD AT FIFTEEN CENTS LONG AS THEY LAST.

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