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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 22, 1913
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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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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VOLUME,ONE ORLANDO, FLORIDA, TUESDAY APRIL 22ND 1913. \ NUMBER 61.




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AMERICAN TROOPS PREPARED WILL BEGIN HIS TREATMENTS IN ?HE HOUSE MONDAY AS IN SHAPING StATE LAWS-HER DYNAMITE BOMB THROWN AT"POCASSET" ABLE TO LEAVE HIS BED AND

FOR BATTLE WITH FOLLOW- AT ONCE-NEW YORK HOUSE AMENDED BY THE DEMOCRATIC INFLUENCE FELT IN FLOR- ,HOME EARLY RECEIVE REPORTS FROM

ERS OF AMIL DENY, THE LIKELY TO HANDLE HIS CAUCUS, NO MA- IDA LEGISLATURECHILDLABOR TODAY BY POLITICAL SECRETARY OF STATE

OBSTREPEROUS FILIPINO J Jf41a1 / TUBERCULOSIS CURE. TERIAL CHANGES MADE ; REFORMS, ETC ENEMIES. I DESPITE PROTESTS.

, to the Sentinel New York, April .-Dr. F. F. Washington, D. C.,'April 21.-Rep- Tallahassee., April 19. The New York, April 21.-A bomb l Special to the Sentinel

Manilla, April 21.-Advices received Friedmann returned to the city last resentative Underwood, of the Ways women of Florida are in earnest in throwing which nearly wrecked the Rome, April 21.The Pope was

here today state that the fourth night and went to the Hotel Ansonia. and Means Committee today introduced their efforts to bring about reforms fourstory brownstone building of the allowed to leave bed this afternoonfor

,attempt of Brigadier-General John He said his visit to Providence had in the, House the Democratic in Florida and the men who pigeonhole Pocasset Club, a Tammany organization half an hour, which he spent on .

Pershing to hold a conference with' been gratifying in every way and tariff bill as amended by the Demo- their petitions in toto will find early today charged by the police a sofa. During the morning he requested

MuD, the obstreperous Sultan of J 0- that he is now ready to- resume work cratic caucus. He has called the Re- themselves politically pigeon-holed in against unknown political enemies his correspondence to be readto

Amil fears if ie gets here where he dropped a fortnight publican members of the committeeto the future.
Io, has failed. of Nicholas J. Hayes, for twenty I him and despite protests, he insisted .
,into Pershing's clutches, he will be ago. Dr. Sturm, who returned with sit tomorrow with the Democratic The women are not,playing politicsas years the Tammany leader of the on outlining answers to manyof

hanged. him, explained the scheme that has members for consideration of, and to I are' many of the representatives.They twenty-eighth, assembly district Mr. his letters. After this morning's

General Pershing, wh has been in been thought out for treating cases vote on the bill. He hopes to bring I are working in the interests'.of Hayes, a former sheriff, is presidentof visits, which lasted three quarters of

Seamboang awaiting reports from in the future. the bill up in the House of Wednesday i humanity. Note the following from the Pocasset Club, which is locat- an hour, Drs. Marchiafava and Amid

the envoys he sent to Amil, is dis- He said'that in negotiations witha and to reach an agreement with I the House Journal: ed on One Hundred and Sixteenth decided to discontinue issuing bulletins -

gusted and it is said is now eager commercial company Dr. Friedmannwill I the Republican leaders for its imme- One of the largest lists of signa- street in the heart of "Little Italy"of but again explained to their

for a fight with the troublesome Mo- not give a company unlimited Ii diate consideration and debate. tures ever presented in the Legisla- the upper East Side. ( patient the necessity of obeying im-

ros. control of sales, but will stipulatethat The most changes in the bill made I ture .was the memorial submitted The bomb, heavily charged wit} plicitly their orders.

He is in frequent communication the company may sell only to during the caucus consisted of the I to the House today by the legisla- dynamite and tightly wound with

to the he physicians who hold Friedmann certificates verbiage and did not affect materially
with Washington as course tive"committee of the Womans' Club wire, was thrown into a basementhall

is to pursue. Friends of Sultan Amil saying that they are qualified the general character of, or the of Jacksonville, which asks for the where it exploded with such PROTEST AGAINST SUPERIN

Deny_ say he has demanded the dismissal to administer the treatment. Haying duties by the bill as prepared by the enactment of the following needed force that every window in that end TENDENT. t

of the interpreters and avow had one lesson from Dr. Fried- Democratic members of the commit- legislation. some adjoining buildings, were broken -

his friendship for America. Troops mann and expecting to complete a tee.Mr. 1st,. Amend the present Juvenile part of one floor turn up and the Pittsburg, Pa., April 21.-Hundreds

V,: have' been prepared fer battle for a course under him, Dr. Sturm said he Underwood presented a lengthy Court law, and ,make it' operative. plaster of 'all four ceilings of the of children marched out of school in

week and are overwrought by the 1 supposed ,he would have a certificate report from the Democrats explaining Providing and fixing salaries of pro- club house shaken down. various districts in the city this afternoon j

inaction of the situation. *. I I for New York, entitling him to proceed .in detail the features of the bill. bation officers. Providing detention The only persons in the place at the and paraded through' the

with old cases and to take up Comparisons made with all the pro houses 'in cities where such courtsare time were four men playing cards streets in protest against the 'return

FLORIDA VEGETABLES AT NEW new ones, after Dr. JPriadmann goes visions of the Payne-Aldrich tariff to be established. and a steward, none of whom were to.office of Superintendent S. L. f

YORK. away. The plan is to instruct physicians law. 2mL Make a sufficient appropriation injured. The thickly settled neighborhood Heeter, who was acquitted last week

here and elsewhere how to apply : to establish at the State Reformatory however, was, roused almostto of charges brought'against him by
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the treatment, MARRIAGES IN "HIGH LIFE." School at Marianna Ethel Fisher, a nurse in his home.
New York, April 18.-Trading in I a a state of panic. The perpetratorof
Dr. Friedmann will try to get into modern industrial and manual train-, the outrage escaped without leav- Upon his acquittal, charges were ,
generously
better Florida this vegetables week A wasp large j percentage communication with the Government Fredericksburg, Va., April 21. ing institution. ing any clue behind. made that he is guilty of misconductwith

this morning. He hopes Sinclair of Bussum Sri To two other girls. These have
of all surgeons Upton Holland, create a State Board of
of the general commencing offerings to have first to have them meet him in Mount author of "The Jungle," claimed MissMa1'1 Charities, similar to the State Boardof HOUSE SERVANTS IN ST. PE- not made been acted'upon. Those op. _,:
vegetables are *
an However Sinai Hospital to. examine the cases Craig, of Kimbrough, daughter Control for schools. TERSBURG FORM A UNION. posed to Heeter say that tonight'tstrike
dried
'old and -
appearance. treated there one month ago and to t of Judge and Mrs. A. McG. Kim 4th. To restrict and regulate child of pupils will spread like wildfire .
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whenever
anything
the trade
actice for it give second injections to patients brough, of Greenwood, Miss., as his labor and create the Office of Commissioner St. Petersburg, April 21.-Negro tomorrow and continue until it t
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showed
good w.
Receipts up of tomatoes. were quite ready for them. The process will be I bride here this evening. The ceremony of Labor. house servants of St Petersburg have is necessary to close the schools. The

slow. being performed at the homeof I (a) Prohibit boys under ten, situation is the most acute one Pitts-
light, but they are showing'fair qual- I years formed ,a "union, with a blacklistand '
Mrs. John Thurman who is relative 1 and girls under sixteen to sell burg has ever had in its turbulent
ity and condition and meeting a a -i newspapers all the frills. Two of, the alleged
of the and school history of recent years. Tonight 3
strong demand. Fancies from $2.50 ,ANOTHER LEVEE BREAKS. contracting parties. i magazines. pickets were presented in the Mayor's s
The bride is descendant of Governor (b) Prohibit children under twelve noisy crowds made another
a
Court and this
brought the "union"Wthe
to $3, choice from_ JUS to $2.50., A, -.. .
in front of
< demonstration
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Lai : a attention *public.Itis v
best sound New Orleans 21. The *
_ few of the ,pacbed,, ripe April 'ind- several arrests were made.
and, a cousin of Senator John (c) Prohibit working of children
180s,bringing almost as much as the levee four miles from Mayorville, Sharp stated that persuasion and threatsare

best fancies, 216s $L50 to 'L 75. Miss., went out at two o'clock this Williams, of Mississippi under fourteen in industrial estab- used to keep servants out of cer- f

Cucumbers instead of improving afternoon and a great wall of wateris She was accompanied here by her lishments. tain homes. The negro women ac- NOMINATIONS CONFIRMED 5

as the season advances are, if any pouring over Issaaquena county, aunt, Mrs. W. S. Green, of Califor- (d) Prohibit employment' children cused of being pickets were arrestedat

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thing, in worse condition. They are Sharkley and Sunflower counties: will nia.Mr. ( under fourteen years in any occupation the instance of a well known local Washington, 0. C., April 21.-The ".

generally poor, waterspotted and diseased be inundated and probably a large and Mrs. Sinclair departed for during school hours. woman, who claimed that the women Senate late today confirmed the nom.

in many cases. Receipts were area of Washington county. This New York, where they will spend (e) Fix the age of night messenger had run off three of her ser inations of Walter Hines Page, Am.

some time before going to Hollandto service at eighteen years.f vants and had tried to bassador to Great Brittain John R.
light and this, fact alone held pricesup section is rich in truck farming lands.It persuade the ;

as there isa good demand for is estimated that the loss as re- reside. ( ) Fix the age of employmentin cook to leave, but failing in this had Osborne, of Wyoming and Dudley t

good cucumbers, Fancies sold for sult of the break will exceed over bar rooms and saloons at twenty resorted to threats. The mayor notified Field, of Malone, New York, as assistant

from $3 to $3.50 a basket, choice $1.50to half a million dollars.NEWSPAPER SEND AN ULTIMATUM. one years. the "union" that 'it must go secretaries' state.
$2M (g) A nine-hour day for boys up out of business and that interferencewith r

Practically all the beans coming Antivari, Montenegro, April 21.- to sixteen and girls up to eighteen; servants would not be tolerated. I'
"BURNED OUT. GIVES UP THE STAGE.
I to this market are spotted, hard and An ultimatum was sent to Montenegro no night work for either boys or '\i

of a generally old appearance. Offerings today by the commander of the girls underthese,: ages. PRESIDENTIAL APPOINTMENTS. a
Lynchburg, Va., April 21.-The New York, April .-Isadora Duncan
The list contained the names of
only and ,the international fleet blockading the
were moderate
Lynchburg News, building, home of the dancer, grief-stricken over
five hundred of the
Sales coast The ultimatum declares that over prominent Washington, April 21.-President
good.
trading pretty were ,
the News, and also the Lynchburg the death of her two children and
made from $1.50 to $3 a basket unless Montenegro immediately with- women in the State, and was made a Wilson today sent these nominationsto
Advance, was destroyed by fire of their nurse, who were drowned Saturday
The demand was good for peppers draws her troops from Scutari, the part of the House Journal, and will, the Senate.
unknown with when the automobile in which
origin today a loss of
and some of the peppers are showingup fleet will land troops at Antivari, Dul- no doubt have great effect in secur- Governor of Alaska, J. E. A. Strongof
$80,000 and insurance of $70,000. An I the they were riding plunged into the g
of the
ing support members of
indeed cigno and San Giovanni di Medua. Juneau.
very good being verylarge adjoining building was dameded $40- Seine ,at Paris, is said in cable ad.
both Houses to the needs of this legia-
and sound, while others are An officer was landed at Cattaro and Surveyor General of Alaska, Chas.
000, with insurance of $30,000. The vices today to have definitely an-
lation.
wasty. However, the general ruq conveyed the ultimatum to Cettinje.CHARGES E. Davidson, of Alaska; auditor for
two newspapers are owned and pub- nounced her decision to retire from
showing good and selling the War Department, J. L. Baity, of
are up very
lished by Representative Carter Glass the stage and devote the rest of
from $3 to $3.50 a large crate and FILED AGAINST BEA- ANOTHER SON OF HAM MUR- Missouri.
ranking member of the House currency her life to the care of the poor and
in a few cases up to $4. I VER. DERED.
committee. sick as a hospital nurse. It is said
METHODIST ORPHANAGE FUND
that as soon as she has recovered P

FLORIDA ATTRACTS MILLION. Washington, April 19.-Charges That human life is held in too low from the shock she will leave for the
BASEBALL RESULTS IN THE have been filed with the post office The local church at its morning
AIRES. field of military in the
esteem by colored operations
many men,
was
BIG LEAGUES
the Florida services took collectionin
department, through del- Sunday up a
April 19.-One million dollars will again demonstrated in another mur- Balkans and join the Bulgarians' r
egation in Congress against C. S. the Sunday School and Church i
be expended in the building of JamesDeering's der in the vicinity of Spring Lake Red Cross.
8peeiaI to HM SentiML
Beaver, chief clerk of the Railway service for the benefit of theEnter 4
palace in Miami, accordingto National. some time Saturday evening or Sun-
> Mail Service at Jacksonville, charg prise Orphanage, amounting to more
estimates furnished by architectswho Brooklyn 1 ; 2. day THE BLESSINGS OF MUSIC
; Philadelphia ing him with favoritism, accepting mOl11 ng. than $100.This .
have just completed the drawingof Boston, 3; New York, 4. The body of a colored man by the -
is record breaker
from clerks by of
presents and other alleged -! a way
tentative plans for the mansion. Cincinnati, 6; Chicago, 7. name of Fred Kelley was found Sunday A good music house is a positive
offences against the civil ser collections and shows the earnestnessof
These plans have not os yet been ap- St Louis, 5; Pittsburg, '& vice. I afternoon by a boy, whose home this congregation in caring for the blessing to any community. Especially -

"", proved by Mr. Deering, though the American. I was near the scene of the mur, so in Orlando, where there are
of the state. Notwithstanding
.J. C. Grosser,of Jacksonville, makes orphans
general idea was furnished by themillionaire Cleveland 8 St Louis 3. many music lovers, and where thereare
;
,
the in
heavy
the
allegations. He formerly ,was a der.It present expense con-
and it is expected that hewdl Chicago, 2; Detroit, 3. \ mail clerk running out of Jackson. is said that Kelley had startedto nection with the new church, every no public band concerts or orchestra .

approve of them next week. All New York 4 walk to Ocala and was waylaidand rehersals. g
; Washington, 4. ville and is now in the news business benevolent branch of the church workis
changes, will be made at murdered. Three have The Drennen-Latner music parlors
'" necessary Philadelphia, 6. Boston, 4. there. negroes kept up, and advanced over former
once, and construction work on the South Atlantic League. been arrested suspected of the crime, have become a favorite resort to
Such a church is a rich bless
I In his letter Grosser declares, that years.
J palace will begin by the first of next Jacksonville, 2; Macon, 1. and some very damaging evidence is ing to community. I music lovers who frequent the place
Beaver has covered the offencesof any !
July. The building of the mansion is Savannah, 7; Charleston, 2. up in the posession of the officers I and the mort timid may be seen standing
certain clerks under him and
persecuted i before the door almost
such a mammoth undertaking that Columbus 8 against these daily
negroesThe
Albany 7.
; ; GOVERNOR WILL PUT AN END
.. .. '._.. others who ..were not in his facts I I drinking in the sweet refrains that
many months will be required to com- > t so far as can be ascertained I'h.. TO STRIKEr

plete it, and it will not be a rush job MEN OF FINANCE MEET. favor. are that the crime grew-out of i come floating out through the open
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by any means. II I jealousies and strife so common to I door.
Charleston W. Va. 21.-
I GOVERNOR MANN OPERATEDON. April
There is nothing that lifts one'sspirits
The mansion will cover a ground The State Bankers Association the colored people.
: When the striking miners of the Cab- II
space of 250x150 feet, and will be meets in Jacksonville this week and i The negroes arrested are Turner in Creek & Coal Creek Districts of and contributes so much to

three stories high. Reinforced conJ Mr. Waters Howe, cashier of the, Andrews, Alonzo Davis and Alex the Kanawha coal fields assemble the happiness of the home as good _
Richmond, Va., April 21.Governor music, and this is true also of the
crete'will be used in its construction
Orlando State Bank, will be in at-, William Hodges Mann underwentan Rouss. here tomorrow to discuss the plan
b the entire structure to be stuccoed attendance. Mr. Howe will have the, The_ fact that the lives of both public that always bends to give ear
by which Gov. Hatfield hopes to restore -
operation for appendicitis at:the sould.
: to the music that cheers the
white with red tile roof. whites and blacks
distinction of a being the cashier ofa are constantly in
the will relate
Memorial Hospital today. Owing to peace Governor
Florida has everything to attract bank with a million dollar deposit, the executive's splendid physical con- jeopardy by these vicious characters, just what he knows of how the strike Such conduct a music is house as these the gentlemen -,

people, but good roads and if we can of which there are less than a dozenin dition the I places a serious proposition before has been conducted by both sides. an asset to' com- "
expect a
surgeons speedy munity and contributes to the enjoyment
just get away from the politicians the state. the white people who have the welfare Operating companies apparently

and land-grabbers for a few years, The State bank, perhaps, is as recovery. I of, both whites and blacks to believe the men will return to work of many people.

we will have good ,roads. well known as any bank in the state work out. The better. 1as. of colored this week. The mellowing influence of music is
Mr. J. C.
into the
Lady dropped
without its effect the
not
of Florida and has a in financial people deplore this conduct and will upon conduct
standing Sentinel office late last night and requested It is estimated that of the fivethousand 1to'
who
of
The shipping season in the, potato circles that Orlando may well that the Sentinel be sent to assist the officers in apprehendingguilty miners, :who were in. the its tender men unconsciously and yield
pleading rough
belt in St Johns county is now well feel proud, of. men.
district when inaugurated
the strike
under him at Biglersville, Pa., as he ,was was thoughts are often polished and bitter
and will continue for
way an- leaving-for that point and wished to a year ago, not more than reflections have been sweetened in to
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other month at least It is estimatedthat One of the fine homes to be
many be WEATHER REPORT.FlorioWGenerafly five hundred remain.
kept in touch with the k
about happenings I 4' noble,action by the silvery appeals,of ,
one-quarter has
of the constructed in St Petersburg
duringthe
crop
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in '
Orange county during his absence.1 1Subeen"be music. '
,- ,now been shipped. Prices are said to summer will be a $5,000 stone 1I I ,,.fair Toetday' ,Fine Stationery by, the quire orlpound.Curtte a
:holding. :op w, house for N.. ; '?" ,
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and .- : O'Neil.t ,
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Taft, April 21Mrs. Frank Martin
t OHAS. LORD ' J.IN. BRAD6HAW
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and daughter, Miss Vivian, and'uncle
E. B. Vaughn, left Monday for:their Magnificent of
summer home in Michigan. They. will :Lord & Bradshaw Showing .

'return in the fall :
Mr: Bythrow left Monday for the Wcjvish taJbnoaace to our triends,:andratbe publicfgenerally,

4: North in the to spend fall the summer, returning that we have formed) partnership' under the' New Spring: Suits" .

,Jr Simms was a Kissimmee business abovejfirm name, foija general
.caller.'Monday. : .
Rev. W. E.Murphy went to Lakeland Real Estate Insurance "
and
Monday to hold a revival meeting I Dresses
s. ; business and are centrally located in a ground floor office at No. .. .
Miss Ola Murphy is visiting friendsin .
West Apopka this week. Ii,8. Orange Avenue, (formely| cupied by Hamilton & Dunn :
,.
Misses Frances Dennis and Mabel i .D
Millinery), where we willlbejpleased to meet all our old friends : WE ARE SHOWING A BEAUTIFUL ASSORTMENT
OF
'Hill drove to Formosa Monday, to sees : I .
jhe 1 j tter's mother- ,who is at the sani- and to makenew: ones. : .. SILKS AND SATINS, ALL COLORS, DRESS GOODS .
tarium there. : IN ALL, THE ::LATEST PATTERNS FOR OLD AND \.
Mr. and Mrs.'W. G. Sphaler and aCe Our list of city and acreage property is surpassed by none, YOUNG. WHITE CANVAS SHOES. THE DISPLAY :
.H. Hartley drove to Tampa in the for-
mer's auto Sunday, returning tues- and we have80me exceptional taigaics COMEAND SEX Us CONTAINS ACCURATE ILLUSTRATIONS OF THE
day. SEASONS BEST AND LATEST CREATIONS, AND
Mrs: A. L. Wright was an Orlando Lord Bradshaw ,;; IS WORTHY'THE ATTENTION EVERY ORLANDO

shopper. Wednesday. '.?I; WOMAN. CALL IN AND ACQUAINT YOURSELF -
A. C. Ellison was in Orlando on 17 S. MANGE AYE. 9RIANW, FLL WITH THE HIGH CHARACTER OF OUR GARMENTS
business Monday. MMIilllilliiiHIilHIIiillllMlliiillilliliMiLIGHT AND THE REASONABLE PRICES.Kanner's .
Many'fishing parties are going out '
to the creeks from' here every day. ,
.
The fishing is fine and large strings I"
,'are brought in by all I
A birthday dinner was given at the : THE 1 New York
home of J. Collins Monday; in honor,of : .
his seventieth birthday anniversary. : I
Those who partook of the good things I PATH TO PROSPERITYMerchants
to eat were J.Collins,Mrs. Ara Payne :
4 Mr. and Mrs. Newman and children, : Bargain Store
,:)lr. and 'Mrs Worley, Mrs.._ M. F. : who use Electric Signs never lose
Moore and Mrs. Martin, Mr. and Mrs. *
their by choosing the road to sue- k .
way wrong
y A. L Wright and J. H. Estes. After
If You Would be Posted be Daily Visitor to this StoreShtBiibarfer
dinner a social time was had and all ; CE'.ss.You simply cannot fail to attract new IF . :.
departed wishing Mr. Collins many ; customers if you use an Electric Sign It acts ---
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more happy birthdays. like irresistible all the
an magnet drawing for
bicycle and
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The Jacksonville Times-Union says: : trade within its reach: That is the reason nHrIa .

"When the National Association of command the attention of .
Commission Mercahnts moves on ( they buyers.For DR. l. MS [ll Qptomets1
I INo
Jacksonville for the next annual convention -
y the movement will take place ; Every Store Owner J. McKAY, s ,
by means of numerous special trains. ( CONTRACTOR AND Successor to Dr. 0. The roll call of delegates will go far matter how small his business, the Electric GUILDER.Mmrnntend -
up into the hundreds, it is thought. In j AH Work.
a letter to President J. Nooney of the Sign is the cheapest and most effective. Prices That Are aaAH .


Jacksonville branch of the organiz- advertising. I 1M....!. .

ation, W. S. Gavan, chairman of the Phone for our Sign Designer to call and sub Work ,Gianateed. .,
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committee,to name the.place for the
next meeting, stated that one special ( mit a sketch.
train will be made up in Washington No Trouble to Us--No Expense to You. I Has totalled an up to date grtadiag plot aid la prepared
and another in Cincinnati. These to duplicate any lens WHILE YOU WAIT.
trains .and a number of others will : I_.MiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiimELIJAH ,. '.AI., with aH the stock and instnawftU fce has secured
: .deliver the delegates and visitors I- the prescription books dating back several yean, aid

here conventions for its.of being the. one year.of" the biggest ; n W T[ & U l CO. Fneral Director HAND will Ill any of IHIIMIIMMMIIIIIHIIIMMMIIIMIIISentinel Dr. Liklns prescription wittat delay.

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mines, can find It-a 1912 WALL PAPER IN SAMPLES
knowledge rather IS GRAND AND I WILL BE PLEASEDTO
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installation. .which thoroughly posted on the happenings I Manufacturer of Artiidal
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n. .DeIb' ACTIVITY AMONG FARMERS USELESS EXPENDITURE OF

South 'Florida Sentinel 1 MONEY
$ ,A'drive through the country shows r
MORNING AND WILY greater activity among farmers than There are entirely too many pleasure -
any former year. excursions made ,
c. Intend at the post oflVe at Orlando, by Congressmen .
r Florida u Stcond dan MaQ Matter.8UB8CBIPTION The.crops are well advanced and'the and friends of Congressmen at ., .
acreage large. Especially is this true public expense. : '

lAm I of the corn crop. Many farmers are Every pretext is used for the erf- 'When ;

;1 THE DAILY SENTINEL learning the lesson of economy in ation of an excuse of these junkets. You Choosea
farming by producing their own feed. The ,.
One year .. ... ...... ...... ....$b.00 burning desire for light on
As the law
tightens on cattle and various leads
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hogs running at large, farmers seethe well oiled resolution 1
Months .. .. ... ......... L25By through whereby '
necessity of producing forage a committee is appointed to investigate Gift of i r j.
flaw carrier la Orlando, 10 entt per crops of various kinds which are so and report and it is marveloushow Jewelry ,_
ooth.. Daily and Sunday. successfully grown and as a copse liberal these Congressmen and a .
The Orlando Homing Sentinel can U fondM quence a better type of stock is shown. junketing parties are with themselves. .
salt In Orlando at Curta OTtaft Book The scrawny long horned, raw boned Even their wines and cigars are paid :-.,.
1,' Store. range cow is giving place to the for out of the fund set aside for the ' THEN YOU MAKE A LASTING GIFT THAT MUST .
: We will. appreciate prompt complaint if smooth, sleek milch cow. "investigating party." BEAR EVERY TEST OF TIME AND JUDGMENT
t delivery fa not properly! made by oar carrier The razor back is rapidly disappearing Trip after' trip has been made t TASTE. WHEN YOU SELECT FROM THE ANDo
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Aderrtiiinf ratei wfll be fnnkhed and real swine STOCK OF
on apUcation. are taking the the Philippines, to Panama, to the EVANS YOU ARE SECURE.
FOR HERE
EVERY
place. Hawaiian Islands, and European countries PIECE,
THE WEEKLY SENTINEL: Florida farming begins to take on for investigation ,and if any EVEN THE MEREST TRIFLE-IS CHOSEN BY EXPERTS -
;,t .for year, by mail, pottag paid ........ILOO the dignity of farming and gives benefit has eyer come to the public WHOSE KNOWLEDGE AND 'TASTE HAVE WON
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promise of rapid advancement that great mass of. human RECOGNITION. '
? Office 107 Court Street, Arcade Building beings .
Phone Ik The man who intelligently buys, called the public have been too obtuse THE BEAUTY THE STYLE
and cultivates Florida soil is the THE WORKMANSHIP
coming to recognize it. If our Congressmen ,
3. F. SCHUMANN, Editor. I man of'the state, both in richness and Senators will just advocate .' ARE ALWAS THE BEST.

JOSIAH.. FERRIS Proprietor 'and usefulnesfAny and push measures of known valueto : EVANS FAIR AND MODERATE PRICES ARE AS FA. '; x
laws that will help develop the our farmers, our laboring class our \. MOUS AS EVANS' BEAUTIFUL AND EXCLUSIVE
A' TUESDAY, APRIL, 22ND, 1913. agricultural lands of Florida for act manufacturers and our shippers and J. DESIGNS
, ual farming, and in the interest of ocean travelers they can perform a COMPARISON OF VALUES INVITED. '

Come to Orlando.o. farmers, instead of speculators shouldbe splendid service tot the public without -

passed. exposing themselves to the
There's no fun in a cat that isn't dangers of an ocean trip to gather
fed.. MULTIPLYING HIS KIND data which will enable them to per
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It isn't so much the dimple as i it Governor of III, believes in There is too much of this tommyrot -
is who carries it multiplying his own stock. He is the thrown out to the people as a
o father of thirteen children, nine of blind to these pleasure' seekers at T. U. Evans the Jeweler

Early peaches are beginning to whom are still living. The oldest son public expense. ,
show their colors. a law graduate has entered.into his The Sentinel does not want to be
4' o father's law office in Chicago and will 1 parsimonious but it is opposed to
! You can't see and freckles on the .conduct the practice. }i this nonsense at the expense of Jones_ OPPOSITE POST OFFICE ..
_T girl you really love. Every member of the family is industrious all the time. EXPERT REPAIRING AND ENGRAVING.
4 o and takes some part in the .

The devil is quite prone to wearatent household work. COTTON IN FLORIDA
leather shoes. Mrs. Dunne belongs to just one club -
o the Home Club, and when she addresses Department of Commerce, Bureau
Watermelons,will be on the marketwithin that club, there is sure to be a I of the Census, E. Dana Durand, Director
I : the next two'weeks.. large and attentive audience, for they Washington, April 22, 1913.
Y recognize in her the voice of experi Total number of
o bales of cotton
-jvememoer'. mat.. the greatest man ence, rather, than the parrot of household ginned, counting round bales as half
jn the world is always dead. magazines. She has a cook 'who bales and excluding linters, for the SILK @)

o has been with her for nineteen years, crops of 1910 to 1912, inclusive.' 1TOCKN&S1
A "crick" in the neck should never and her daughters learn domestic County 1912 1911 1910
seriously affect one's memory. science in the home kitchen from the The State . .. 58,761 94,471 67,172

o mother and the experienced cook. Alachua .. .. . 5,203 9,839 7,027 .
The mistake some wives make is Gov.' Dunne makes companions ofhis Baker . .. .. . 471 1,162 1,075
j that they think they're not loved. boys and they get their ideas of Brandford .. . 1,899 4,855 3,251
;i o '. life and a knowledge of themselves Columbia . .. 1,633 3,192 2,577 For Day
The best hospital in the world getsto from the father, rather than men of Escambia .. .. 1,182 1,917 L574

be tiresome along at the last end. depraved[ habits. Gadsden . . . 1,040 2,984 1,358 ',
o The Dunne's are society people, but Hamilton . .. . 2,524 4,196 3,515 and CaliUxm[
Farmers are very well pleased not snobs. Their home is'' a favorite Holmes .. ... . 3,151 4,188 2,047 .
with the quality and yield of new po with home loving folks. Jackson .. .. . 16,233 21>385 15,522
r tatoes. Jefferson .. .. . 3,571 6,615 4,540 EveningWear Silk Hosicrvv
--0- THE COZY CORNER Lafayette . .. 604 1,045 814
1 .Although Mrs. Pankhurst refusesto Leon . .. ..H. 4,019 6,267 5,516 "
+ eat, she willingly drinks. We have While our Yankee cousins are away Madison . ... . 5,28711,021 7,858 .
seen folks like that up north in the land of golden grains.and. Santa Rosa .. .'. 3,037 4,054 2,741 '
-----0 ..big red apples, it is becoming that Suwannee ..... 4,396 5,678 3,976 -ii .9' '
J Mexico will ,recognize the Chinese we get together as neighbors{ and get: Taylor .. .. . 231 363 .':323 "
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republic. Even old acquaintances find better acquainted, and enjoy .each Walton .. ... 1,727 2,834 1,797 ,
r it difficult recognize Mexico.. other more. Washington :. 1,579 1,545 967 I" I .
__ 0 t_ Let us get together occasionally and All other :. .. . 974 1,331 694 ,'. ''Our
Personal
Vassar college has barred the peek have a heart to heart talk. Let us Cotton is destined' to become a Guarantee '

a a-boo waist, but perhaps the .barredpeekaboo get together in a cozy corner and plan staple crop in Florida and .its development >
wasit will not be so worse. for the greater Orlando. will be watched with interest Accompanies Every Pair .t' .
1i o What's the use of fussing and f urn-
Our idea of a modern David and nig.about things that cannot be hel P-:
the Philistines is little Montenegro en. There are so many things to be Bermont, the new settlement twenty -
biddng all' the European pOwers go 'enjoyed in Orlando and so many useful miles east of this place, has bright Marion: B.
x hung, things to be done, that none of us prospects for the future. Wih a citizenship Ives

o ought to waste any time in summing composed chiefly of people .
j People will believe that a trip up the failures of the past or recounting from. the North and Middle West, its

across the,Atlantic in a dirigible bal the shortcomings of our neigh. an enterprising community that is '
: loon is possible when. it has been ac bors. No fun in that alive to every movement that meansturning EXCLUSIVE
eomplished. We will get genuine pleasure and their attention to the cultnre MILLINERY PARLORSI

t o benefit from a get together spirit, if of sisal hemp, and to give concertattention .
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Francis M. Jones, of Chuckery, N. we will follow this up with a get busy I to this prospective industry
Y., sold a cow and a bull to a Liver pint, '. I and to the culture of fruits, etc., an Second_ Floor
N pool firm for $16,OOO. Wonder if Jones While our friends are vacating lei I organization has been perfected, I
paid the freight us just get together and have a good I which will be known as the BerinontI
o time all by our selves, and at the I Horticultural Society. It was brought

+ Some people seem to hug the wild same time set the machinery in motion i into existence at a meeting last Saturday -
delusion that putting sugar on the that will evolve the greater Or when the following were elect In all probability the city of West LUCERNE THEATRE TODAY. FOR SALE-Pair heavy mules-
free list would mean free sugar for lando. 'I ed as officers: D P. Webster,president Tampa, for about fifteen years a sepa sound, thoroughly reliable. Finest
rate will within the Three reel gray team in Orange
the consumer. ; H. D. Blazier, secretary; B. municipality, next program. Wnte G. county'J550.
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+.$ o CHINESE LAW REVOLUTIONIZESDRESS. Brodenson, treasurer.-Punta *Gorda sixty days become a part of the city "Sisters All," Vita graph-a social Florida.owner, 4.22 3t

The legislature has been in session Note in Jacksonville Metropolis.. of Tampa. West Tampa owns her own problem solved. Comedy drama. -
now two weeks. It is certainly high water plant and has more paved "The Misunderstanding of Mr. Hub- FOR SALE-Lake front; lot covered
' time for them to begin delivering The style of clothing worn for centuries AT THE FAVORITE TODAY. streets than any city her size in by," Essanay screamingly funny with large Orange trees. Good location -
the Her is about comedy with Mr. size 66 2-3 feet front 200
goods. by men and women in Chinahas ----- country. ; population Augustus Carney, feet deep-$900. Cash
' '0 been changed, by the authorityof "The Indian, Ishmael," 101 Bison- 12,000 and this, added to Tampa "The Gibraldar of Fun." with a guarantee of your or money terms

We never realized what a dear, the new republic. Women will western drama. proper, will bring the actual population "A Husband Won by Election," Se- back if you are disappointed. at
of the big city to about 55,000 lig-a story of the end of one year. Carl Dann
, gentle, soul the great Carrie Nation have to abandon their trousers for "Animated Weekly Current News, corrupt politics and Real Estate Co.
the occidental skirt and their "Black Eclair drama. or 60,000. love. 4-22 3t
was until the Pankhurst contingent of men, Sheep, -
England loomed up on the horizon. comfortable loose clothes for the business Three fine reels. Open 2 to 5 and A picture program you cannot miss. FOR SALE-Household and kitchen
---o .- and conventional evening clothe 7 to 10 p. m. Five cents to all Articles of incorporation of the'Po- Matinee 3:30 to 5 p. m. Five centsto furniture, cheap. Must be sold by
Our northern friends are greatly of the European. The derby and silk tato Land Company of Florida were everyone. the 25th' Norris Cottage, High
surprised :to find that Florida is not hat are required for the men. Theyare For' the first -time in its history, filed on record in Jacksonville Wednesday Night 7:15 to 10. Balcony five land Wyoming avenue Hotel, one block from the
troubled with potato bugs which are allowed high calfskin and low four officials of the New York, New the'company being capitalized cents; lower floor! ten cents. 4.221t
a terrible pest in all northern tan shoes. (Besides shoes, only three Haven &: Hartford railroad find them I'
The
sec at $300,000. headquarters of the Subscribe for the Sentinel
tfons. articles of dress selves indicted and trial
are prescribed for placed on
: company will be in Jacksonville. The
o women. One, a loose-fitting garment for manslaughter in the state of Con- business of the new concern is engaging Paul A. Horn
on the lines of the kimona is for necticutt This of the
out
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will be ,well for tax payers of grows in the acquirement of land and IIMMMMHitllliMtH
house wear, and a conventional plaited wreck of the Boston and New York ,I
Florida j
to .
keep a close eye upon the I I the development thereof, the cultivation mUCTB ad .muEl
legislation that will be offered for shirt waist for other occasionsThe Express, which occurred at Westport, and working of lands for agricultural
drainage of low people of China copied our constitution October 3, last. Once previously REPAIRING A SPECIALTY.
lands. ,Don't be purposes, the construction of Autos For Rent at
i caught napping. for their republic; they are the officials of the road had somewhat railways on lands owned and to also
now adopting our dress as their similar experience in the state P. O. Box 624 Orlando, FIa:
f o engage in the establishment of town- Any Hour
modeL-Exchange. of New York, but the case was
There is not any excuse that can bethat sites.
dropped. It will be interesting to
offered for failure to pass a law DAME RUMOR. note what the upshot of the affairis they will be worth a good ourS Sevei PasseBger
will enable the
to
people get good in the state of Connecticut What is considered the most costly Petersburg Note in TimesUnion..'
roads under a state system. This is Rumor has the peach crop of dog home in Florida is now being'built -- STEVENS BURYEAIMe
a public demand.A .
Georgia ruined just as. rumor has The first parliament of the Chinese by Dr. George 0. Baumgras at his Palatka will boast of a handsomenew
o often had the orange crop in FlorIda Republic is now in session. It has a home on Ninteh street, south for his i high school building before the to. a GeM Car.
Yonkers hotel manager has been: ruined. number of matters of the greatest importance fine Airdale terrier at a cost of $500 next fall term of school The structure

c summoned, into court on the charge Dame rumor is very unreliable and to decide and the course it It will be furnished with everything will 'be modern in every respect, Cyst Rates .la Town
of assaulting a couple in a dispute as has ruined many good things in this follows will largely determine the I known to add to the convenience and adequate not only to present day requirements
to the correct time to stop 'turkey; world. view of the rest of the 'world as to comfort of the dog, from whom the but to the demands that
trotting. In some parts of the country Let us wait for facts always and the probable success of China's gov doctor is expecting a litter of finepuppies will come with the succeeding years. 'Phone 34HIHIIIIIHMMItlitlll
the sentiment seems to be that the we will live longer and happier. ernmental experiment shortly. The mother herselfis ,
1 correct tme to stop turkey trotting is a very valuable dog and as she and Mosey to IBM M Improved prop
before it begins. WANTED-dean rags at this office Subscribe for the Sentinel .f ia htep.up's father have long pedigrees, erty. S.- .,WAY rtf
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have the knack of picking out no pay. In fact we have the

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and the English-American peapie
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MEN: FOR WOMEN: FOR CHILDREN we live up to our reputation.Here Clothes.

are both soft and laundered Every piece of goods shown la
I WERE A REAL
CINDERELLA PERSON SHE WOULD
,41W7 .Coat Shirts with plain and our line is guaranteed to be an
z BUY HER SHOES AND HOSE FROM US; THEY HAVE
pleated bosoms. Some with wool, and they are beauties.

L THE STYLE, AND MAKE THE FOOT LOOK TRIM. WERE French cuffs-some with attached Look them over,' even if yon

SHE ECONOMICAL, SHE WOULD BUY OUR SHOES AND don't buy. We will be glad to t
soft collars-all representingthe
HOSE; THEY WEAR A LONG TIME, AND, QUALITY show them to you. These suit i

CONSIDERED, OUR PRICES ARE LOWER. WHEN YOU most artistic color effectsin are lower in price than most of
solid and fancy patterns. Materials the "hand m down" ready made
BUY SHOES AND HOSE, YOU MUST FIRST PUT FAITHIN .
of fine' Percales, Madras suits you get in other stores, and
THE STORE YOU BUY FROM. BUY THEM FROM US
and Soisette. they wear twice as long. Examine
JUST ONCE; YOU WILL ALWAYS COME TO US AFTER them.

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I I, Mrs. Jennie Stronberg and Mary A splendid quality of new cucum- |I Mr. R. S. Davies, our genial friend MRS. CORNELIA J. MILLER DEAD I' NEWS FROM ALL PARTS OP '.
kWADER I James, who have spent the winterin bers are now coming to market, and and merchant from Leesburg, was in FLORIDA. ;,
the city have gone' to their Ver- cabbage in such quantities that all the city yesterday circulating among Mrs. Cornelia J. Miller, a highly
THE TUNER
mont home. ; Deutchland smiles. i his many frienda. respected old lady and one of Qr- With one hundred and sixty orange
ORLANDO. FLA. 1
lando's early residents, died at her and truckmen as membersthe Florida .,
Mr. and Mrs. 0. W. Conner and Mrs. H. W. Greetham has received I i, Mrs. C. B. Davids and son, Hugh, home Sunday night The funeral Growers' and Shippers League ;

daughter, Miss Lillian of Tangerine, tidings of the arrival of a new namesake -I visited Mrs. Davids' brother, Mr- C. held at tile home of her daughter in was formed in Tampa Thursday. :

Mr. C. H. Tilden; of Oakland, was !t are spending a few days in the city and grand-daughter in Miami,'!I'I E. Bonfield, in Tampa Sunday. They the Willola, at 11:30 yesterday, Dr.
in the city yesterday. j with friends. nee Virginia Elizabeth"Shine, daugh'I.'I. also took in Pass-a-Gnlle. J. E. Wray, her pastor officiating. At the meeting of the Jacksonville
Mr. and Mrs. C. 0. Codrington" of I ter of Mr. and Mrs. Alex She was a devout Christian ladyof I District Conference of the Methodist
DeLand, are guests In the city. Mr. and Mrs. J. 0. Farney, who I II I I Mr. E. S. Pierce came down from kindly intentions and long ha$ Episcopal Church, South, which' has
I have been spending the winter in the Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Pingrie of Kan- Gainesville yesterday and spent the been identified with every good workof I just closed in South Jacksonville, it

There is said to be a big crop of j I country left for their home in Wisconsin sas City, Mo., were in the city over,,'day on business. He will return to- the community.She was decided to hold,the meeting next

wild blackberries now ripening. 1 yesterday. \ Sunday and went from here to points,, day. was born in Orangeburg, S. year in Palatka.According .
.. \ south. They may return and buy a I C; in 1835 and came to Florida in
Mr. W. A. Whitcomb, of BloomIngton Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Jones of winter. home in Orlando. I. The ladies of the Emmanuel Baptist 1873, and has continued to reside in to the Metropolis one

III, is in the city on bus- i Nashville, Tenn., who have been ,- I church will hold a business meet- the state since then. million dollars will be expended in
lneSs. spending some time in the city have Leon S...Larrabee's "Cadillac" .car I I ing this afternoon, at 3 o'clock at the She is survived by four children, the building of Mr. James Deering's
returned home. was burned up four miles this side of home of Mrs. F. N. Boardman. who live in Florida.* place in Miami. Work will begin on '

Mr. Harry F. Phipps, of Jacksonville Orange City, Sunday afternoon, caus-1i 1--- The ,body was sent to Columbus, the mansion about July 1st It will t
is in the city looking after bus i: Mrs. H. E. Mintz and Miss T.O.How ed by carburator ,overflowing and i ,Mr. H. Ladd, of the ,General Electrical Georgia for burial. take months to build it. }
iness. f 'I I:ard, who, have been winter guests in backfiring. None of the party were' Company, Schenectady, N. Y., The community will miss the good- -
m I I;Orlando left for their# home. in Vermont burned or injured.Mr. and'Mr. A. Worthington? of the Flor- ly influence of this lady, but the. More than 150 physicians are ex

J. E. Stambaugh and family left I yesterday. ida Electric Company, Jacksonville, memory of her will live. pected to attend the State Medical
'the city last night for their homein i.I 0. J. Dueringer, of Roberts, III, were in Orlando yesterday on busi- The family will have the kindly Association which.meets in Miami on
Detroit i Mr. Benjamin Holland and wife, is in the city visiting his brother, Mr. ness. sympathy of their neighbors and May 14, 15 and 16. Plans are being
II!who have spent several months''' in D. A. Cooper, of the firm of 'Chad- friends. made to give them a royal welcome
Mr. William Douglas of Charles :the city, left for their home in Connecticut wick & Cooper. The Sentinel hopes Miss Mattie Young the popular; and a pleasant time while in the Magic -

ton, South Carolina, is transacting last night that Mr. Dueringer will embibe so and efficient stenographer the of- FRIENDS STILL,GOING NORTH city. p
business in ,the city. --- freely of Florida climate that like" fice of Lord & Bradshaw, spent Sunday
x I!? .Mrs.. S..}c.Scott*and_.gram! Jcugh- many others..hewillchave to have a I with her parents at;,Plant City. Miss Dorothy Chalfant leaves today The annual meeting the county
Mr. Peter B. Winebolt, of Franklin,1 I!ter, Ruby 'Pickett, who'has been visiting piece of Florida dirt. The young lady is back at her desk for her old home in Brownville, Pa., agents in the canning clubs in his
Pa., is in the city,and will spend several Mrs. W. B.. Lynch left yesterday again and is the same Miss Young.Mr. where she will spend the'summer with State wil be held in Tallahassee April
.days in Orange,county. I for their home, Mcbean, N. C. The new Dean of St. Luke's Cathe- --- relatives and friends. 2224. The meeting will be primarilyone

dral, Rev. Edgar Allen Sherrod, left T. P. Pitkins, of Nebraska, has 'Miss Dorothy will be missed byher of instruction in the better methods
1 I Mrs. S. A. White and son William, yesterday for Green I friends in Orlando but in agriculture, canning and
Leland Stanley and family, of Elgin I afternoon Cove purchased quite a tract of land in many girl as pres-
III, are in the city for a, few I who have been visiting Mrs. D. C. Springs. He seems pleased with Or- this county and will prepare it for'gen'eral it has.been.a long.time. since she visited ering.
days- They are homeward bound. 'I I Thompson on Lucerne" Circle, left lando, and will be welcomed with Mrs. farming. Mr. ,Pitkins has a I the old familiar scenes, her -
1' yesterday their home in Virginia. Sherrod and their four small children family of boys and thinks they will friends will join in wishing her a hap- The latest convention which is be. }

Mr. James Barr and family have -' when they return together the latter make good cracker farmers. py summer and hope for her returnin ing planned to take place in Jacksonville ..i
started on' their journey- northward Mr. and Mrs. Jesse 0. Trowbridgefrom part of this week to their new home I the fall She will be in company .is that of the Florida Master

.. after spending the winter in this Lexington. Ky.; are in the city here. j i Mrs. Jos. Robbins who has been 'with the family of Mr. and Mrs. T. Plumbers' Association, which will '
vicinity. and will have a cottage built on their ,- spending the winter in Orlando, left H. Thompson, whose home is in the convene on the thirtieth of this month. f;.
recently purchased lot, to which they ,Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Kimball leave Sunday evening for her home at Rob- same city, and we will look forward Between fifty and sixty delegates will
J. S. Bieze and family, who have return each winter.T. Thursday for their home in Glens bins' Station, Pennsylvania. Like all with anticipation to the return of the be in attendance at this meeting. ,

been spending the'winter lathe city, Falls, N. Y., and like all Glens Falls who want to keep posted on the do- party: 0-
have left for their home in Galesburg P. Bryan and A. B. Spencer of people have real estate interests here, ings of Orange county she orderedthe A plan is foot in Orlando to :
Ill. Toledo, Ohio, are in the city, for a and are regular winter residents.The Sentinel sent to her address.Mr. MOVIES FOR THE CHILDREN., make of the old Methodist church in 4
-' few days stay. They will visit many Weekly Sentinel will go to themto that city a town hall, a meeting place t
points in the state investigating the The committee for the Junior Civ for all the public organizations. It ;
T. B. Mayer, S. P. Ingram and T. keep them informed of doings in Geo. E. Bates, proprietor of the
citrus fruit industry with view to ic League will is also suggested that a tea room be
0. Bailey;of-Missouri are in the city a Orlando. big hotel at Altamonte Springs was in give a moving picture
and will spend sometime, looking over becoming investors. co Orlando yesterday. Mr. Bates has show for the young people at the Lucerne added, and that the building be movedon 1

Orange county real estate. Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Carmack, left I closed his house for the season and Theatre Friday afternoon at a lot near the school building, t
t Mr. and Mrs. John Lydell and Mr. 3 o'clock. where the children could be served
yesterday for their home in the old will leave about May first for the
Mr. D. C. Pendergrast who bought and Mrs. Chas. Rose who have been Keystone state, after spending amonth north where he operates a summer An unusually attractive programhas with a nice lunch at a nominal price.A 1
land near Orlando,has let a contractto spending the winter in this city and pleasantly in Orlando. They hotel in the White Mountains. Mr. been arranged and will be of interest f

have the same cleared and placed who own good property here left yes- expect to return to Orlando this fall Bates is a very sucessful hotel man, to the children from the ages new thirty-five thousand dollar, t
in order for planting a grove upon terday for their home at Schuyler and will make this their home. Or- and has made Altamonte Springs famous of six to eighteen. Come and be our three-story brick building is to be
his return next winter.Skaudbarfer Lake, N. Y., where they will spend lando will be glad to welcome these by'the splendid manner in whichhe guests and let us give you a good erected on the southeast corner of f
the summer. good people. has conducted the hotel. time and plan for many good timesin Adams and Cedar streets in Jackson- c|
the future. vile. The ground floor will be devoted 'f
for bicycle ui -
Sundries tt WANTED dean at tab ofic I to stores while the two top floors t
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EMAUNEL BAPTIST CHURCH ,IS- 8 .BOOSTERS- - -'- ON' ;. ., ./- .. .. .,

to CI J ,
B.......(*Mfed adverreeeived -
reverend' Preston 'Boyd the Pastor, after M o'clock,
PreacMdPr etieal .be ran in the "Too Late
Seraou Morning ;;
eohB&n.
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and'Eveting, to 11 Goodcoaareaior of five lines or lese-t.p- .
t 80 worfc-oae: time, K
,yesterday morning, Rev.. Mr. Boyd times 50 cent; one week
of and one.weekly editions)
preached a_ vigorous discourse upon month, $ .OO. .
s
they secret of a, successful ,church, CIDIlUt
to
which he showed resolved itself into STRAYED-From my
the one word "prayer"His one bay mare, neck,
with rosin. Finder
: glowing words inspired' the to or notify George:
members. to be active. and about their : Slavia and receive reward.
Father's' business' of -saving souls for s,_Oviedo, Fla. 21-d-w-lw

the kingdom: An Institutional Church '! -To borrow $1500 on good .
of large'aims will be'the result of"Mr.Boyd's" for three years, 'on
ministry. On Thursday even .intereaH>earing lean.':Ad. '
"
care Sentinel
; ing;ie,invites'all: the young people of OEBALE
1.
the city and/all the older people who .
k are interested, to. come to the Rest Model .T Ford tour-
and' Tea Room; at 7:30'p.. to fur- ti in thorough repair. .
; m. R. L.BUNCH. "i. \ .. '" .
: ther his 'plans by their suggestions
c ., . .
.
fend co-operation. Coffee and sandwiches -Nice seven'passenler at u'.r. r; :\ ' -:

will; be! served ;:free., gi car. Large f and roomy..
fi' J. B. MAGRUDER. .
He intends to carry on in the, new ,'
church, though in a separate build- light housekeeping rea \tr: :)P . '
ing, a regular propaganda for winding the avenue.summer. Apply 4-15t:308 :; Y'c: : '
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! the, young, people. He believes .: ;J1 }
t Tn rescuing from the clutches of Satan in Thornton Park, a nice : : .

east part of the city. Carl ,., . ., .
every good thing and to throw around ; ""''':. -' " \ ' 't. : '" ". 'f ' ,
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innocent games and sports the sanctity .
: of the churche's influence and ; is the beautiful sub-divis
of
protection. There will be in connec- Northeast the city and \

tion,with the new movement a sort of' ''some choice Iota .there.. Run 6,000 miles perfect con

Y. M. C.AandY.W.C.A.where ,

games, bowling alleys,etc., will be run If A, position, as manager, / tt
for the pleasure of those who love' to and collector for' non- dition. Car complete not defect.
have a good time in recreation. rtr owners. By man of a
who: can give it close at. -
Following are extracts from his Address. Collector, Senti-
sermon: it 4- Am leaving Orlando Must Sell.

"The text is found in Galatians
Old Mirriors resflvered, .
6-2, which reads as follows: "Bearye
them
u good as new. New 1. .
one another's burdens and so fulfill to order, by, the latest im ,. .
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the law of Christ." There is an process and damp .
old adage! in the world, which. says, I put on them Send ,
on ''and address to H. A. ,
EVery.; man for himself." Selfishnessseems I will call a .
to be the characteristic of the i ands your

age in which we live. If there be w '

a burden to be, lifted, you 'do the to -modern New seven-roon improvements.house, <' ..;. 'f ".... 1. ,' .' .;. .1' # .". ', .' . . ', ,_: :." >
superintending, while the other man take automobile. in part .
does the actual lifting. If there be Owner, care Sentinel J
it, ; .
Iut.room enough in the life boat for . ..
:-A business partner in a
lone passenger, step ,in yourself and business with, well
let the helpless mother, and her child trade. Need more capital.
perish with the sinking ehip. In,op- partner or will make a
with $15,000 to $20-
position to that theory of selfishness, Plant up to date and in : SEE
: Paul comes to us with his earnest exhortation condition. ,Address Manu # .'
"Bear ye one another's ,care of Sentinel. tf .
burdens and so fulfill the' law of
:
-Furnished, my cottage
Christ Everybody has burdens to Circle Jas., A. Knox. : Cook Automobile Co.

bear They' sometimes come downs, I ;' .- .. !
upon the head and upon the shoulders -Furnished suite of large .. .
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:
' : and(upon the heart.. And it' seems J JM for light housekeeping. ,
: if we can bear no' more burdens,I II rent, 312 North Main.16.6t.. ; ; Orlando, FloridaiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiMiMMMiiiiiMiiiimmmB

yet we are called upon by this ,great I" Lartigue'i. ' .

t burdens.religious teacher to bear'each other's -old A, a fine good Jersey family,cow cow, Calf at "'.'.f .. .. __ ; "_:_ :-.. :- :: ::: ,,:,,:,::,

price. P. '0. Box,J9f, _
.Mrs. Appleton, the 'daughter of !7-3t < .
I Daniel Webster,'Iay*dying. She sent : 1
for:her father, who came to the bedside l ROOMS-Three very

H of his dying" daughter and as :I d furnished for light rooms housekeeping., second THE OAKlANDTHE For the Ladies of Orlando

he' entered the room, she turned her conveniences. Apply 703
pale face towards him and said, "Oh,I i Avenue. 18-4t DEMONSTRATION

Father, how dare you, come out this If have
unfurnished you any combings don't throw them away.
rooms.
" cold day without an overcoat? Dying conveniences, Just the CAR . You have in your city,j. Gold, a manufacturer of hair goods, .
herself, but thinking of the physical light house.keeping. Apply at Dade City,.,Fla., but recently from Chicago, where you
comfort off another. Beloved., how Central Avenue. 18-4t THAT'ERYBODY' ,can luring your combings and have a switch braid, transformation

long would it be before the world New five room cottage or any piece of hair work, you would like to have
for Christ if would I[ '
would.be won we for the summer on the TAIlING made from
Y
concern ourselves more in ,the welfare -! of Lake Concord. Good $1.50 to $2.50
and comfort of our fellow men? 'I use of boat. No children A80m'ASK
office 18-10t Also carry a large line of finest quality French cut hair,
'\e important lesson for us, as ; which we make to order to match. We demonstrate the work I

Christians, to learn is the lesson of t, COLLEGE Negro Minstrels FOR DEMONSTRATION : every afternoon from 2 to 5. Also carry a large line of, sani-,

'. practical, helpfulness. We need a Gymnasium, Tuesday eve- I tary hair 'goods. Switches, 114 oz., 50c11/2 oz., 10 and 20
Christianity thai will enable us to a April 22. 3t. SEE ins. long, $1; 2'oz., 24 ins. long 1.50; 2/ oz., 26 ins. long-2.25

.. .- ---- r -To sell or,-rent Seven- WE MATCH ALL SHADES. Silk ,hair, nets 86 'ins,
.. furnished. Enquire at I MAGRUDER' I long 6c.. Don fail to call during this week for our low
Church St., City. 19-?t prices. Goods on display at _

-Home of six to seven
partly furnished. 493.Lake F. N. BOARDMAN
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A. M. COLLIE. II I DRY GOODS AND NOTIONS ORLANDO, FLORIDA
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-20 choice Rhode Island : WELCOME TO ) iiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiMiiiiMiiMitifiiiiiiiORLANDO
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rooster. Also 40 young _'IfII"'ifW! 1P1111-. _
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and ,good cow. Also a I'I
new wagon. ROYAL PALM I I
Wm. L CORYELL, ,
201 Concord avenue West.
BARBER [SHOP ..
-Three fine rooms' for
Second.floor P.t3TM
on
Modern and Complete.
and toilet. City water
Also after June 1st Everything new, individual BUSINESS COLLEGE"MODERN
consisting of six rooms.,
electric attachments at
every
both well and city water '

Wm. L CORYELL, chair. No stone.has been, left _HM_ _______________ __ -_
201 Concord avenue West. unturned to make this shop I .
: Your athlete demands meet th erequirements of the i

bone and muscles of throughout Dade county most particular. Plenty of I COURSES IN

: an athletic last organized under the Southern room. Courteous attendants. \!
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"" Company to estab- : Single and Double Entry Bookkeeping. Cor
ELIJAH WHTTEHEAD,
Are you one of these men houses for the sale of
Proprietor. poration Bookkeeping, Banking, Shorthand,
idea of,what they want in a
say 'you. ."Give me a .' Orange, A,eo, Orlando, Fin.RYRRfMII I ,Typewriting, Penmanship, Commercial Law,
,. plenty of toe room and a all
II j Commercial Arithmetic, Spelling and
_ you say that to a salesman,
';.4 one of the handsomest Branches of Civil Service.

Gotham. This shape was I 'you want any 'of the .

f will be popular ten years SUPPLIES DAY AND NIGHT CLASSES
being right as any shoe I mentioned in .

&JOHNSON'S Experienced Teachers in Charge. Diplomas

-IN- Granted and Positions Secured for Gradu-

) : ates.

FEEDFOR Patronize Home Institutions.For

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'; For His Drifting Bah PUBLICAUCTIONAT )I
dmoag the perilous adventures of
Nansen arctic expedltipo was t1M' BefereYou

errcape ,of.Nansen-and Jona'n '. i ij
i.; on.their return trip to the Vra mJatter .

;:Pete, their After unsuccessful many months dam of hardship for tbr S. E. Lesher's Jewelry .Store i

i&l narrow channel opened In the Ice.ad Buy i

they' launched the two light kalak ..
:Cttat they had carried on.their,sledge* In order to quit business I will offer entire stock at Auction.
'tor more thins. .. 4'few'diyi'aft my .

't\stward expedition.'disaster The,nearly incident put an Is relate end tu Site Opens Satarfcy, .April: I Sib at 2.31 and '7.31 p.&;! DailyUntil t i F

:Ii-'"!'be Siege and Conquest, of, tn- '/o. ..' Consider Quality Style
'North' Pole." by Mr..GeorgeBryce. all goods are sold. ,
t In the evening their legs .felt stiO
'with sitting in the kits all day, grad Price .1
;they landed on the edge of the Ice so ,BILLY NOOJSTEY Auctioneer and_ then choose

tkat, they might stretch them a. little .. ,
After the kalaks. which were lashed i.

'together. had been .moored by means

"j.of one of the braces,they ascended a . .. . .
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:hummock close by and had been stand IMIMMI -
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,bg? there only a moment when Johan Allen & Co. I
.J leD raised the cry that the blab were "

'adrift YOU WANT THE \ .
jThey, ran to the edge of the Ice but LATEST '

1 the boats were already a little way off
rand were drifting C 1CkJl. The post IN JEWELERS. t

'tion was a terrible, /one. for all they .
possessed was on board. Nansen at .
.once threw off some' of his clothing THE LINE OF UP TO DATE. DRY GOODS, ,.CLOTHING, Orlando Florida j
handed his watch to Johansen and 1 se .
HATS AND SHOES ALSO LADIES READY TO WEAR
*sprang Into the.Icy, ;inter. He knew . t .
*,put if the boats lost It.meant ,
were '
'DRS9SES.OF
ALL R
.. .. DESCRIPTIONS COME TO SALOM9N. 1
death to him and his wmpaitoju At'grit .
: It seemed more thaajp0oj f ;j' ( : SATOFAcflON GUARANTEED .OR MONEY t {;

whether be could !manage to regain -> -* i : Let Us Your
them. When be got tired tie turned REFUNDED. Regulate Watch
.
Ver and swam on hk back. At length i i .
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he gained a,little ;and redoubled his I i
exertions. EVEIYI11NG GUARANTEEDtHIMIMIMIIHIIIIIIIilMMI :.

*By this time Nansen felt his limbs Salomon Orlando )

stiffening and losing an, feeling. His 't
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.tat the distance from the kalaks became -
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shorter, aDd at last he was able ; '- a.... _. ,_.. :
to grasp a snowshoe that lay across IlIl - _t - .. -.. ... x
the sterns. He now;tried to pull himself -
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up, but his body..was so stiff.with '
cold that he could not do so. "Afte1ilittle ,::

be managed to swing one leg up Ai& COMPANPpllal Model Grocery i !

:to lashed the to edge the deck of the and sledge then raised that was the K TRUST j ..

rest of Us body. They were Bared! 18 West Church Street ; l
with some difficulty be paddled the i
:kalaks back to Johansen who admitted ,
,
Uriivifei Profits
that Ca9iR'LANbo art Sirptas" $120OM.t. ,
these were the worst moments he
had ever lived through. Johansen now Told Reseuxes ever Three-fBarters of a Miltei. FANCY AND STAPLE, GROCERIES. NEW AND : :

1;pulled off Nansen's'Vet clothes, put on FRESH .... :-;-
l!the few dry ones they had In reserve.
*'spread the Bleeping bag upon. 'the Ice Statement of the Orlando,Bade .and I We Give Om_Personal Attention to Our CiBtonen aid :

'aid,rave+ed'.i laeuir'.. topsail:and tf ,Trust Co, at dote of ,Brskleest Guarantee Satisfaction and Prompt I :
: DeliveryGive
eiery' ba coald 1i o"t teeptioiittbe& t I ..
: .tb.e..D t..Ul..Nansen..WU ' April Itth, 191,-Tlie Ben I Us, a Trial (

ill right:;again ,and. In, the ,evening i estli Amdrenarj of
they pressed forward once more on the

march the arctic.: that finally brought.them out'of 4 : ita Existence Subtler Bros., Proprietors {'


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The earth Is growing In bulk on ac- t RESOURCES 9

count of the meteoric dust that falls on 4 ;fi: 4 IAau and,DUcounti.' ,197"
It It has recently been estimated that THE H. H. P. STRAIGHTFor
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100 tons fall,daily.over the surface of, e 111111 aa I
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the globe,'and that millions:of years Roil Eattta, Furoilun Sate at aD Cigar Stores .

hence, this will hare increased the g and Fixtures .. 25,853.44 .
thickness of the earth'coDSlderably. i ',i c Stocks and Bondi '16,01UI Orlando's Newest Cigar Made in Orlando

This would have a tendency:to bring 4 -T: Cash on hand and in Banks :86,287.61 I Havana and Florida Wrappers .: '
in closer to the sun. But centrifugal :
force Is augmented at the same time In Try One and Bey Coivfaed .
i Total ...............,f789,26 greater proportion and counteracts this
tendency;consequently the earth would
LIABILITIESCapital HERMAN H. FINDER
be swept away from the sun with the I M'f'g'rI

remit that Its distance from that body Stock ..,.......,100000.00 South
would be considerably augmented.This I. Surplus and Undrrided I Orange
is of 'hiving 1
spoken possibly Profits ... .. .... .. ..... 24444J6
happened to.,some tthe larger outer
planets, notablyJupiter,1 In the teeotepast.Harper' Deposits 666.11U8 DID TOU BUT

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Total .$78 J66.eO Oscar Hand I orerheard t prominent hardware
lIiI and Ministers.Milk dealer say Ws morning to;a.pnaU.ntat .
''became very* Important rt -. dtfsen of Orlando, I e uJa'''"

of elI1Iof the,- 'to'food,. to of r.I.r..apauaw families.:In<...Cen.the r colonial.y[ 'I 0 t Deposits.April d191L.$69SIU6 I ;&. Son bcjgkt."Iud g at tuG sad tuG bit

1728 a discussion took place" In the Deposits April.16, 1918... 6lbVU&68 J Successors to & HandFULL At' tie time ,he refemd,to I laid

Boston newspapers as. to the expense UidaiV State GmruMst, State" Cushy Depssitsry Increase In 12 days .1.11..7t286 for neat IB"of Orlando Iud In man several' hsadred. =
lOrtngo osutj fir
of keeping a family of "middling fig I
1.
LINE OF COM $M per acre the name land is now
urn" These all named ,
writers
only, .. 0 0 PLETE HOUSE FURNISHINGS esld in.10 ud twenty. m.fc M
bread and milk and
for breakfast sop ,
..... -.1' tI9OO per acre,.and ,is okoap at,this
per. '.&As;:wwa,tncreased,.ln number,. T- : . . . r' .' . r '
milk/ot course,became more'freqaeotly Whit worotho Orlando peoPle ..,
nsei. Rer,,Mr.,Hlgglnson I 1630 ,COME IN AND SEE US ...at attimor, Gold .....
WlOtt'that'iank:cost1(n1 Salem but a .. It !. W bought Iud. JOi ..
penny a, quart while another minis tyre. jour profit. You: knew, :'
.ter. John Gotten, said that milk and W.M..SLEMQNS time toek ago' your profit on the .....
without hiring :
Sgors'ou It
ministers were the only things cheap ,If you have DOt Jet, bought some
I to New England-American Cultivator.. Advertiso fa the SotiaaL Orlando or Orange eeunty property,

rs then ,II aWl opportunities': or. IartI. n
.Knew tIM Symptoms J !Ita, aDd I'CIA aow you.
NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX I can oaa.you
"Doctor my husband is toeing hisailn& seaettiof that.wffl
I fear. Our'N Stock is In DEED UNDER SECTION I OF-CHAPTER ....
He continually mumbles w Spring Coming 4IM. .LAWS OF FLORIDA. a'w
: and mutters to himself.
taU
and OM me.
Is possibler Notice b hereby fifen that J. FnnUia
"Yes; he mutters to himself, and Art we wffl of er to yon a CWee Scbete. of Hita Chime Goods Briggs. of Apopks Florida purchaser of Offlct 'CAlL JANSEN, r
Tax Certificate named below, baa filed laid over Diekson ft ,has. Oraoiot
when you speak to him he stares at . .IN DRY GOODSALL THE STAPLE AND USEFUL certificate .in my office and baa made applIcation A YeDDA IW...... PI .
." GOODS as wefl as FANCY SILKS, wd FINE,DRESS GOODS, for. tax deeds to issue in accordancewith TIle banks and the business men of
r"Dli
law. Said certificates embrace the following
; know,>what the trouble la," saW HOSIERY'INSILILlSLlANDW'rI'ON, and.the Mafly'Ac. described. ,property situated in Orange 0rIud0 know ao, if yon do not, ask
tie doctor smiling. "He Is memorising modes that Wwrai Use County Florida' towit: tM.
Cert No., %61, dated July 6, lilT: Lot
seine lodge work. I
,
belong to the same 4. 5, 6, Block A. Apopka assessed in the
V JodIe."-Loolntll.> Courier-Journal. name of M. .0. Wadsworth.
Bargains Six Days in' Every WeekWe Cert.. No. 258, dated July 6, 1897: Lots *
10. U, and 12 Block A' Apopka assessed I IIIS/IHhIII(} i
.
UniMeoosary Instructions."Rq in thenam e-of M. 0. Wadsworth. L-
Cert No. 259, dated July 6. 1897. Lots II,
.
.,:. s ay,*said hk.mother, dr.I cany"afl the time t) *. UAe SHOES tf tie test 17.' and 18, Block A, ,Apopka assessed bathe
tag her final Instructions before be left M. 0. .
name of Wadsworth.Cert
lor the If makes aid newest stykfc KING QUALITY MEN'S SHOES. No. n dated Auc. I, 1890: Lot 22,
partJ."remember you'reasked
r to hare something iota'want CRADDOCK TERR1TS WOllIN'S SHOES .AND 'CHILDBEN'S Block Unknown.'A, Apopka assessed. in the name of THE ONE CIGAR THAT

4 you most say Tea thank you,' and SHOES. NONE .OTTER' ARE SOLD IN THIS .Cert, No. 260 dated July 6, 1897: Lots
.
'' 23 and 24, Block A, Apopka. assessed in
if you don't w.It"J S .:MARKET ', f ) the name K. 0. Wadsworth.
Tommy raised hlstiand. 'Tbat'sall; SCHLOJBS BIOS. FINE &JTTS'FOR MEN at 115.00, $20.: Cert No. 241, dated July 6, 1897: Lots EVERYBODY LIKES
29, Block A Apopka assessed in
28. 80.
light ma," he ssM;v-jon neefet both- $25,90 alt $30$ are wwpwfled for STYLE FIT ANT the name of M. G. Wadsworth.
about thatjprVbf.It" '. Cert No. 262, dated July 6, 1897: Lots
QUALITY. m -41' M. 8i. af, Block A. Apopka, assessed in
+ VLORD BALTIMORE 10YS SUITS WILL BE SURE ,TO the name of M.. O._Wadsworth. a
tvolution'of DttMortgage. Cert No 807 dated Nor. 4, 189S: Beg. SW
PLEASE YOU. cor. Lot 16, BIk. B. Apopka. run E 100 RAWLETSSTRAIGHTS
"Farming methods hare changed . . . .. feet N. BO feet West 100 feet S SO feetassessed
.Jsaren.'ttbejr 4 > in the name of G. F. Harrison.
"""Yep" replied Farmer CorntomeL Cert No. 264 dated July 6, 1897: Lot
16, Block B, Apopka (less 100 feet E and
"Now a man thinks he's 1 unlucky'If W by N fed Nand S in SW cor) assessed
has to borrow money on his place. He in the name of Smith Frasier..
--w. Cert No. 98 dated July 6, 1908: Lot 84
jsed.to. lucky if he wan M. SLEMONS
<
: + Block B. Apopka. assessed in the name of
-Waahlxigton Get
able t ." Star. H. H.,,Witheruxgton. the best dgar,at.five is
1 Cert No. 272 dated July 6, 1897: Lots cents, the next time-
1 Oand 21 (less SE% Lot 15) Block D, you
well Schooled. I Apopka assessed in the name of M. G. Wads want to smoke-judge for

Captain -' Supposing lie barracks ..... -- _. 4_ .. ,, worth.Cert .No. 271. dated July 6. 1897 Lois yoonetf.
were to catch Ore, what call would A number of leading citizens of StPetersburg" r 4,:5, 6, Bit D, Apopka. assessed b the

JOG sound Trumpeter. (newly' Joined are;agitating.the question .name Unless of,said 1C. 'G.certificates Wadsworth.shall be redeemed
Cure,.sorr, Fd sound the "cease.Are. establishing union depot in that 'UNDERTAKER'ARMSTROMG I according to'law. tax deeds wiT issue thereon I
-London Punch.. '* of .... on. the 20th day of May.A. D., 1918.
t city for the joint use,of;the A. C. L, r - j : : Witnessmy official signature and seal this Made in OrUado lid sold
rairoad saga f he Tampa &; Gulf Coast The''ARTISTIC.PICTURE FRAMER of Orlando Uta day of April. 'A/D.1918. byafldeakn.I
B..lI.i ROBINSON,
Who rises every ,time.he. falls wtheosetimes
rise to ttey.-Horrit. railroad,.f now' under'process of con PINe. 8TRE6&T 6 Orange Clerk Circuit County, Court Florida, k
struction. By M. A. Howard D. C
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AUTO PARTY TO WEST ORANGEA .

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: Louis C. Massey,.President party of ladies consisting of jtfes- .

.. : dames, McLean, Ferris, Lawton andjfannis
:! i T. nut* Wukv.&wi vs..rr.. I. .dies !In
a Ctthr made. an excursion into west .
: Cl Btbeodt.At CWIIr'SaIl.....A.Ntwtfl,All;CtoUv I I Orange and Lake County Sunday by
t 5 '
,
: auto and report enjoyable Y''':'. ', *
trip. \.y.
I The first 4 !. :
j... point of interest was Prof -. ,
THESTATE : fchriing's ,Botanical 'garden, near '. .
I r .1
Gotha. Here in the world's greatest' t ,
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t caladium garden are seventeen hundred J
:
r varieties of caladiums, which in . .

MM themselves are worth a trip to see, 1" .
f" although, the ladies were informed by a

Mr. Nehrling that_ they are ,not at
i
their best until July. o INTEREST .

:: of Orlando He has not yet completed the plant 5 -
4PfR
ing of bulbs. These'are planted very
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0'
t much like Irish potatoes t by cuttingout ; Instead of ,

the eyes and planting them.. In .
"
: this; wonderful garden is also founda .

) 1IIULDFTBANKJNTIIECRY large collection. amarylis, sped

t mens from Egypt, France and other .
.i >f'' ::1 -ANn'I foreign lands. Also the largest col

lection of. palms in Florida are If you have a savings account which .

{ The 'Bade which transacts more business than found here. Many varieties be: '. earns only four per cent either call,
,} 'I ing found nowhere else in Florida. I telephone, or,write, and we will glad- .

any Bank between Jacksonville: and Tampa It is no exageration to say that .. ly earn explain five per how cent the and same probably money more.can

.,," this is the wonder garden of the .

'..- . United States, and is receiving atten .
,The large patronage of this Bank has been built upi tion from people from various partsof '

during twenty years by conducting its ,business on sound the world. II

banking principles with careful attention to the legitimate Eden Leaving they this proceeded veritable on to Garden Ocoee,of a I[

wants of customers. The confidence of the public land rich in orange,groves, and great !m lS[ NATIONAL l BANK "

{s is reuected in the large amount of deposits. fields of corn, tomatoes and melons. 1 ,
Melons that will mature in a few "
Average deposits First Quarter of 1913 $900,000. weeks and promise a large crop .

these conditions are true of Oakland '

and a great deal of the intervening

FOUR PER CENT: PAID ON SAVINGS ACCOUNTS country through which they passed .
April
During we offer City of Orlando
Winter' Garden was a surprise to Five Per Cent Sewerage Bonds at par
most of the ladies, and all agreed that for cash or on easy payments.WANTED. '

this locality was rightly named. Perhaps -
1' Our correspondent banks are located in every part of no finer nor more extensive gardens -

; the world and include some of, the largest Banks In the can be found' in the state than

here. The town shows thrift and .
{ United States. -
growth. Many new houses of modern a

and substantial architecture have '. 4 '_ '
{ "
been constructed during the past year : '

and the place is really assuming the ,Tff : :
{y SUNDAY AT ST. LUKE'S CATHEDRAL -' PUBLIC ASSEMBLY HALL MADE proportions of a city. : ; : /1;
.
at POSSIBLE BY PEOPLES Particularly gratifying were the E .
NATIONAL ;: ... :;. _
evidences of prosperity among the

farmers.At .
A large congregation for this sea- Interest in the 0
porposed public
assembly Oakland one of the finest
son gathered in the cathedral on Sun- hall is daily growing and thecivic country residences in the state is!, .

day morning. Archdeacon Rickert league will find it possible to maintained by Mr. C. H. Tilden, the'

was in the chancel, to the joy of all carry out the plans they have had cucumber king and orange grower.His .
present, and as Canon of the Cathe- under advisement for time. I A
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is
new just
now a possibility of farm shows what .skilfull farmingwill .
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Dean, Rev. i Edgar Allen Sherrod., who acquiring a piece of property in a accomplish in Florida. ,
+ arrived the, day previous.
splendid location exactly suited to The new bank building of white
The entire service was earnest and such a building and with
an opportunity brick makes quite an addition to the
impressive, many words of ; .
hearty to acquire the Methodist Church I business houses of the town. 0I
commendation being afterward spokenof building, it looks much ,
very like the I Clearmont, a pretty little villagenested
# the'new Dean, who has from al 1 city of Orlando would soon have this picturesque and
y his flock::a truest welcome. much among hills '
needed
building. When the matter beautiful lakes, clean shores ,andwide t
When acknowledging his formal introduction ; 500 small feet ;,abe .'fitted
began to take form, the most serious spreading shade trees was so to with small shoes at the
S4 to the congregation, Mr
obstacle
with the ladies
seemed that
inviting here the ladies, at the
Sherrod paid a high tribute to Dean to be .
how to get hold of the ready point of a loaded lunch basket compelled .
'
Spencer saying that ,the excellent cash.
the driver 'to halt, and they SHOE DEPARTMENT
condition prevailing in parish matters Mr. C. /
P. Dow
I always alert to the disembarked and partook of substantial ,
showed the careful and efficient I i
management best interests of the
community, codived n- luncHeon with the alacrity o fa: V "
of his predecessor. an idea, and laid that idea of sixteen old .
party girls
year at an of the
Dean will hold 0 >
Spencer always the bare before the Directors of the Peo-
I ice cream fete. The literary part of
deep. esteem and affectionate" regard of Die's National Bank, who acknowledge this consisted in
program exchangingfavorite
his recent parishoners, with theirprayer '
I the logic of Mr. Dow's
argument and and *
I recipes advising ach
for success in' his new and expressed a willingness to assist the other of their husband's weakness for '
difficult field. Through loyalty to himand citizens of Orlando to BIG WHITE STORE
acquire the
t his zealous labors for upbuildingchurch needed pie, corn pone and other danties, that
property by advancing the
necessary :- make good natured husbands of which
I as ,well as through desire to
money in order to 'enable
this
;g1 help the new Dean in this arduousposition : prompt action. quartette is especially blest. .

we believe a true effort willie I In this action the bank has rendered -',i having After exhausted thus regaling their themselves supply of, and ad- These shoes are of the best makes of the best firms but were
z made
amongst the members of the the ,
I people a real service o
that
willbe jectives on the beauty of the
c" parish'thering to Dean co-operate,Sherrod's. earnestly plans in fur and greatly appreciated. 'tHere took their places again scenery inLet the, bought too small for rapid moving, so we must sacrifice them

.'. is
now an
opportunity. ; car and began' the homeward journeywhich make
work. no selfish to room
motives, or
personal r eas-(
was as enjoyable. as the outward
The new Dean preached a forceful, ors enter into to prevent an early '
I ,trip.
t practical' 'sermon' from Exodus 4:2. realization of this 'one of Orlando's The ladies feel that such trips acquaint They are truly neat Shoes for neat feet'
I "And the Lord said unto Moses
,whatis
that in thine hand greatest hopes and needs. one with the richness and If wear anything under 3 J-2 D
t rod." ? And*he 0 said, a grandeur of the county in which they you or any larger sizesin

The Ladies Memorial live and makes them love it the A B widths should
Association: or become
s He spoke of Moses, called from his you interested right now and
in Quincy is preparing a great for; more.
vocation day
humble
' .
as shepherd, bidden
of Jehovah to go on a seemingly the old veterans and their friends this drop around to be fitted for only

.t. hopeless mission, that of bringing his coming memorial day. As the day MAINES-HERBY ... .

long-afflicted, nation out of bondage.Of falls on Saturday and many would be -

God's command that he ,go 'forthwith unadle to attend then, the exercises Sunday afternoon the groom, with

just this simple rod, an instrument will take'place the day previous. Col. his mother and the bride, with her $2.25 :

( of apparently no value for so G. A. Worley of Miami will deliver mother, started for an auto ride. and : ,

weighty a mission,yet htythroughI the .address on this occasion. while felicitating them selves on their :
good fortune to be living in the fine I
"
God's power. '" climate of Florida, with its delights : Sale lasts as !long as stock lasts '
Applying it to ourselves, he said 1 his one talent through not it. .- ,
using of flowers and perennial youth, cupid :
we are apt to think of "
great thingswe We must ask God
would do or be if only we had to help us cultivated got to work and shot the whole party : Remember it costs -
i consecrate to His glory our one to pieces between Sanford and Orlando I you nothing to try See our big'north
wealth or power or high position; but 1 talent, using each
power for Him.f .
with the result that Mr. Maines :
that what God asks of us each as ) : That what all need window for
we individually the sizes and styles.
popular druggist of Sanford and :
Moses of old is that .
we take what we ,i and in parish matters, is I .
have, however seemingly insignificant : in God's unfailing help.greaterfaith Miss Mary L Herby, the willowy:and : .
and do our utmost for Him with that beautiful young girl of nineteen
Evensong 111D1-,1,
held
was at 5 o'clock, back
mers went to their Sanford :
ever relying upon His help., with good-sized 111111111111111111111..1..1..1.1'.11..1.111. .." "
IMMIIMHYowell's
congregation and "
Instead of Mr. and Mrs. Maines, with the good f: "
saying
we cannot do choir, an informal
conference
afterward
:" what would because wishes of all Orlando, and to receive, t
we lacking gifts of
the Dean and t
the
Cathedral
the benedictions of all Sanford. The .
which others,
may have, we, should Chapter closing the former's strenuous
ceremony was performed at the Presbyterian :
each remember that what
seems so first day here.
Manse by'Rev. Dr. Jno W.
little in :
our eyes may through God's
.
blessing become a power for good. Stagg. .

Jc That it is, our part to do our utmostto !. NOTICE_.,_,_ .
bring our own lives and others out I If you go a gunnin,for rascals you :
Owing to the illness of Mrs. Me- need
. of bondage of sin. not leave. velvet carpets behindty :
Neill Unity Circle will meet in Un for these are the roosting rugs of the .
The
man in the parable wasted his t
{ Chapel Wednesday at 3:30 p. m. 2t sons of Belial 1

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: ORDER TO GET READY FOR THE ERECTION OF MY NEW BUILDING, I MUST CLOSE.OUTr MY "ENTIRE STOCK OF ,FURNITURE, AND OFFER AT .A

SACRIFICE-DRESSERS, WASHSTANDS, SIDE BOARDS, ROCKERS, IRON BEDS, SPRINGS, MATTRESSES, 'RUGS, CARPITS.Al.ID. MATTINGS-NOTHING RESERVED.

I HAVE ABOUT FIFTY ROLLS OF MATTING REMNANTS WHICH WILL BE SOLD AT FIFTEEN ,CENTS PER YARD AS LONG AS THEY LAST.


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