The daily sentinel
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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 23, 1913
Frequency: daily (except monday)
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando
Coordinates: 28.533611 x -81.375833 ( Place of Publication )
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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Source Institution: University of Central Florida: Florida Digital Newspaper Library
Holding Location: University of Central Florida: Florida Digital Newspaper Library
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002075051
oclc - 34297092
notis - AKR3406
lccn - sn 96027192
System ID: UF00087112:00124
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Related Items: South Florida sentinel
Succeeded by: Morning sentinel

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Lakeland, April 21-The uaosual Tallahassee, April 22.-Both housesof New Yorb, April 22.-Dr. Fried- Special to the Sentin.LWashington Special to the Sentinel Special to the Sentinel

spectacle of a woman with blood the legislature began their sessions -(rich Franz Friedmann made a direct I I D. C., April 22.-In Cettinje, April 22 ((5:40 p. m.).- New York, April 22.-The attitude

streaming: down her face, seeking first at 10 o'clock this morning getting -.,personal statement last night to The preparation for the coming struggleswith The Montenegrin forces opened ,a of California is perfectly just and in

aid to the wounded, caused unusual down again to the routine broken:[World as to his tuberculosis patients I the Underwood tariff bill, the desperate attack upon Scutari today, accordance with restrictive land legislation

excitement on Mala street this morning up by the week-end vacation and yes-:I at Bellevue and their condition. II III I Senate committee on finance met today according to dispatches received here which has long been operat

The woman's name is said to be terday afternoon's opening. I I "I went to Bellevue today," he said, 'and decided to expedite the passage this evening. The dispatches state ive in Japan, declared Captain Uyeno,

Mrs. Sidney Fudge, though. is said Immediately after the opening of !"to observe the condition of the patients of that measure by eliminating that the Turks were driven back attache of the Japanese embassy at
she has been passing as "Mrs. Dutton" the senate yesterday at 4 o'clock i who have been under treat- I
a public hearings, on sugar, wool and from the out posts with a heavy loss, London, upon his arrival here today.
while living !we. The injury was communication was read from the i ment with my serum. I questionedthem citrus fruits. that the fall of Scutari is eminent. After making this remarkable

caused by a blow from .her alleged governor, inviting the members of the I and then turned to Dr. Stim- I The senators from Louisiana, Ohio, The Montenegrins reported also suffered statement in reference to the agita-

husband the man it is,stated the has legislature and all others to attend I I son, the United States Government Colorado and the Pacific coast will be heavy loss of men. The fight tion over the proposed exclusion of

bees living with for .some time, issow the reception at the mansion on expert, and to Dr. Erdwurm, and I allowed to air their views on the bill ing continued desperate all the after aliens from holding property in California .

in jail Thursday' evening, to be given I asked them if admitted that the
by!I I they however, and plenty of excitement is noon and it is believed that the at Captain Uyeno said, "For-

The story foes that all parties re- Governor and Mrs. TrammelL symptoms as shown in my patientsto ,promised t# their antagonism to the tacking forces are making an at eigners are restricted in holding landin
aide in Orlando; that the woman left Senator Wall introduced resolution date in accord with
a were my prom
i measure. to
I tempt capture the town under the Japan, and it is but fair that California
bar home with Dutton some time ago, providing that there should be ises when I began the treatment, and 1 Preceding the finance committee declaration of the king Nicholas that should enact such legislation

briaging one child with ,her and'leav no smoking in the senate chamberfor in accord with the statements in my I meeting, the Republican members of he would not return alive to his cap- to offset this."

fag two other children behind. They thirty minutes prior to the tour professional paper prepared by me I the Senate met in caucus and decided itol before he had captured the city. Captain Uyeno is now on his way
cave to Lakeland .two,or three weeks set for the assembling. The reselu-1 I when I was in Berlin. to postpone opposition to nominations
I home, going by way of San Francis
.ago, and have been living in.. small tion provoked some laughter and a lot I I "Dr. Stimson and Dr. Erdwurm sent down by President Wilson with

house near blew York avenue and of opposition, but the senator 'contended I said yes, that the progress of the I the exception if the appointment of TWO MEN AND A BOY KILLED. co. ,
LIme .tNet. that it was beneath the had turned out exactly according be of -
digni patients William J. Harris to Director
I I I I ,Special to the Sentinel CONGRESS.
The husband hearing the pair was ty of the senate to meet with the to my promises at the outset the Census. *

in Lakeland, came -here.Saturday and fumes of cigar smoke in the ball and I i i and their condition is now just as 11 Bristol, Tenn., April 22.-While at r

lad been on the lookout for them up ladies present. The resolution was described it would be." i PANAMA CANAL TO OPEN IN tempting to rescue a 15-year old boy Washington, B. C., April 22.-Representative -

to this morning, when he spotted them tabled by a vote of 14 to CAn Dr. Friedmann refused to make any JANUARY.Special from the quarry of the Mathieson Al introduced Gallagher, of Illinois, today

going into a grocery near-the Cowdery organized effort is going to be comment on the reported attitude of kali works near Saltville, Virginia, a resolution in the

building. approached them, and made to amend the uniform text book I'some I of the Bellevue doctors toward to the SentinelWashington 'late this afternoon, William Shepherd House calling upon the Attorney General

the woman, it is said playfully chucked law passed at the last session that*I his treatment. 'I 1 D. C., April 22.-CoL and John Lyle, employes of the to investigate what the con

hra under the.chin. They went out the adoptions wil be by the sub-com-I|I "I came to America to treat, not I George W. Goethals, the engineer in i Alkali works were instantly killed, gressmen and terms "the most audacious
autocratic trust in the world
of the store to the sidewalk, and aftera mission entirely and the main com- to criticise," he said. I charge of the Panama Canal work,I'' together with the boy they were endeavoring American and National Leagues of,

few 'words had passed,:the husband mission be. eliminated from the selec- "The progress of the patients," he has designated January 1, 1914., the to save. "
base ball
professional dubs.
track the .woman a heavy blow in tions. continued, "is not a matter of nour- day upon which the canal will be opened The rocks began falling and the
The real
of the
- cause investigation
the face. BhI 'WI8 ,taken-to the Lake As the law is the commission proper ishment, but of serum. My hospitalI to navigation. ,Dispatches to this boy was injured. The two men hurried
is Cobb who to the
belongs Detroit
Pharmacy and her wound attended.'I is composed of the Governor another I patients in Berlin, no matter what effect was received by Secretary of to his assistance but a huge

The nan tel and I has -not' been seen administrative officers in the! their previous condition of nourish- War Garrison this afternoon. stone fell on them and they were all i Club, refused to sign this year,
unless he was paid fifteen thousand
since. Stab House.. The sub-commission is i I ment had been, showed the same Secretary Garrison further announced dollars for his services. The dub

Prior :to tfke incident Fudge had composed of educators, school teach'. progress. under the treatment as is that he had decided to award
has refused his offer and, although
been in consultation with the officers, ers, selected from different sectionsof t I shown by the better-nourished patients -f Captain Amundsen, Anti-Arctic explorer CLEANUP WEEK, CLEAN-UP other clubs would like to have Cobb,,

and on ibis information Dutton was the State. The sub- nimissio I I here in New York." and his ship, Pram, the honor SPIRIT EVERYWHERE.
Detroit refuses to release him, believing
arrested, and is now in jail pending meets ,and makes recommendations III j caking' the first passage from the .- that he will eventually sign

his ramlruILtiial.' The! woman'bas.. for adoptions to.the.main eecaaiitfion,I! BOARD,.OF- .TRADE Atlantic to ,the_ ,Pacific._via. the new .,Chicago,>April2L Todayr declared at their terms or play with no other

t cast yet been arrested--chiefly because but no commission.at present has the I water way.SEMINOLE. official "clean-up week" by .Mayor team.
at present there is no suitable place final say as to the selections. The Orlando Board of Trade met in! Carter Harrison, saw all of Chicago .,j

a which confine her. The Florida Educational Association regular session Monday night. The i ii I COUNTY BILL PASSES industriously engaged in scraping off i .
Fudge declared that he only wanted is behind the movement'to i CONVENTION OF FEDERATION
change i president and vice-president being ab-i the clinging soot and brushing upi

his cad and had no desire to have the law, the idea being to take the I sent, on motion Mr. J. C. Patterson,I Special to the SentinelTallahassee ' the pernicious microbe. In an official OF WOMEN'S CLUBS.

the woman return to him. matter out of politics as much as pos occupied thef chair. No reports from I I Fla., April 22, (11 p. statement Mayor Harrison named the -

The abode' undoubtedly refers to sible. The appointment of the earn:'standing committees. Several communications I m.)-A vote in \the House of Representatives week at the request of the Woman's Washington, April 21.-The work,

the Sydney Fudge who with his wife mission will rest with the State Boardof were read and filed, one :I tonight creating Seminole Civic Club, and other organizations of play and all other activities of woman's

were engaged. in running a boarding Education, or the State Superin, from theVolusia County Commissioners county passed the House by a vote of I women. The fire, police and health clubs of the United States will
house in Winter Pack but winter. tendent if the,law is the be discussed by the five hundred women -
changed, as calling attention to the bad condition fifty-nine for the measure and five departments of the city cooperatedwith
G. H. Dutton is the man who rent- is. who contribute the Midbiennial
purpose of the Orlando-Volusia road on I I against. the women's organizations, the
ed the betel in Council of the General Federation of
this city, owned by The legislative committee of the! the Orange county side and request Municipal Art League and the Chicago
John Grover, and ran it for several educational association is (I Women Clubs when that body opens
composedof II
ing that the attention of the Orange I MEMORIAL DAY PROGRAM. of Commerce to
months then departed, like the small:: Dr. J. L Kelley, superintendento ;I County Commissioners be called to I bring the plan into effect. its session at the New National Mu

boy with his rent behind "The f Alachua H. S. Hall seum here tonight. The session con-
woman county
; super it. The secretary called attention I The committee from the Daughters A vigorous preliminary campaignhas
in question," :it is said, passedas I intendent of Dade W. J. Sears tinues tomorrow.
; superintendent -
to the order of the executive committee of the Confederacy in charge of the been in progress for several
Dutton's wife. I The meeting is the first the Federation
of Osceola G. W. Ted
that the funds of the board arrangements for the celebration of weeks. Clergymen were asked to
It is said that Fudge in Orlando der of ever has held in Washington and
was, superintendent Madison and
be deposited in one bank instead of I Memorial Day, April twenty-sixth, "clean-up week" the subject of
Monday night and left here for J. }:. Diamond, of Santa Ross.A is attracted to this city by reasoned
banks be their and
the three and that the rotat have almost completed their plans and sermons, many of them did.
the north. It is evident that Dutton number of other bills the increased activity of clubwomenhere
wepe recom
ed in order, the People's National beside music the interesting program The newspapers aided the campaign.
and Mrs. Fudge candidates for mended the association during the last Beginning
are by and some being the firstApplications I'Will include an address by Dr. John year.
state service and no doubt deserve it. members of the committee will re only two days after the adjournmentof
for membership were W. Stagg. The exercises will take THE POPE CONTINUES TO IMPROVE
the Daughters of the American
main in Tallahassee the
during use received from F. N. Boardman, Nat place in the opera house at three .
> ciation. R. S. Hall Revolution Congress, which for the
Berman, W. T. Sims and Turners o'clock and it is requested that all who -
arrive, and remained several past week has brought the interest
WOMEN. day Evans, and passed to executive com are able, will bring floral ,contribu ,Special to the Sentinel
He was here to see the compulsory of the club women all over the nation
education bill favorably reported to mittee. tions. Rome, April 22.The Pope's improvement to a focus on the city, the Federation
Washington 21.-Vice-Presi-
Mr. O'Neal moved that the secretary continued today despite the
dent Thomas R. Marshall, addressedthe the House; Dr. Kelley came next and hopes to achieve large results
learn cost of halftone plates of CLARK ROBERTSON AND THE fact that he awoke this morning very
,lid-biennial council of the Gen- i will be here several days, and in turn
i map. Adopted. Mr. O'Neal was asked FLOWERSMr. much depressed and restless.He .
the others will be hand to CONVENTION NATIONAL SOCIETY
eral Federation of Women's Clubs on assist
to visit the next session of the refused solid food, so liquid diet
when it opened its cession here tonight with the suggestions. Among the DAUGHTERS OF WAR
city council and request the loan of Clark Rebortson, the flower was resumed.
Mrs. William E. Andrews measure in which the committee i is
city map for reproduction. artist of Orlando, yesterday added to At noon His Holiness, was much Special to the SentinelWilmington
president of the District of Columbia interested is one allowing graduatesof
Secretary called attention to $100 better and insisted
the beauty of the People's National on getting up. Dr
Bel., April 22.The
State colleges and others submitting
branch of
the organization deliveredthe
appropriated by city council for booklets Bank a large and most attractive bo- Amid found him sitting at his window National Society, Daughters of the
to State inspection to be
speech of welcome to the delegates granted
remaining unpaid. Mr. Dickson of choice dahlias, of the cactus facing the square. The doctor gently
who license to teach without quet War of 1812, opened counsel, corresponding
from undergoing
came every sectionof agreed to ask the council for it. show and decoration varieties. but firmly ordered the Pontiff to re-
to executive committee
the Mrs. special examination, and anotherto I an ,
country. Percy V.' Penny- A general discussion on good roads, When it comes to producing posiesMr. turn to his bed and the order was spent most of today in session. Tomorrow
allow the large counties assistant
of Texas an
of the
packer president Federation
of brick of manufac- :
cost possibility Robertson is it. He is a lover of obeyed. however, business meeting
responded to the address 'superintendent.
turing brick, block roads etc., en- if Clark's will
flowers, and modesty will be held which are liable to last
welcome. Mrs. Woodrow Wilson and
sued, and board adjourned. pardon us we will add by way of pa- GOING NORTH FRIDA for several days.
Mrs. Thomas R. Marshall were present - -
renthasis that this love is always an :This evening a reception will beheld

BIG LEAGUES MOVIES FOR THE CHILDREN.The evidence of refinement and tenderness.TO Among those sailing for New York at the hotel to which all patriotic
The real work of the Council will Special to The SeatiML
be begun, tomorrow, when day sessions National. i ----.;. i Friday in the party organized by orders of the State are invited. 6a
1 committee for the Junior Civ DESTROY WEEVIL. Clarence P. Smith are: Mr. and Mrs.J. Wednesday evening there will be a
will commence Enterprisestobe New York, 2; Philadelphia, 2. ((13 I
undertaken by the Federation for innings), darkness. ic League will give a moving picture I J. Kimball, .Mr. and'Mrs.. Edson I banquet at which Governor Charles

will be show for the young people at the Lu- Washington, April 22.-Parasites Smith, Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Thompson i R. Miller, of Delaware and Mrs. Miller
the next two years discussedand Boston, 3; Brooklyn, 8.
cerne Theatre Friday afternoon at which will destroy the weevil that Mr. and Mrs. Spink, Mrs. Pease, will be present Others who will be
arranged. In the afternoon avisit Cincinnati, 5; Chicago, 8. .
3 o'clock. on the alfafa in the West Mrs. Jaycoxe Mr. and Mrs. i
tAn preys crops Vine present as guests are Mayor
will be paid to the White House St. Louis, 0; Pittsburg, 1.
where Mrs. Wilson will receive the American. unusually attractive programhas have been discovered in Italy by W. Harding and Mr. and Mrs. ClarenceP. W. Howell, of Wilmington and

been arranged and will be of interest R. Thompson, representative of the Smith. Others who have previously Mrs. Howell; Thomas F. Bayard, Josiah -
Council. Later a reception will be Philadelphia, 7; New York, 4.
to the children from the ages I r United States Bureau of Entomologyin left will join at Tallahassee. Marvin and Mrs. George C. Hall,
tendered the visitors by the Washington Washington, 3; Boston, 8.
of six to eighteen. Come and be our that country. He has just notified State Regent of the D. A. R. Mrs
Chamber of Commerce. On the Cleveland, 2; St Louis, 4. '
guests and let us ,give you a good Br. L 0. Howard, chief of the AGROUND IN RIVER. William Gerry Slade of New York,
following day visits will be paid to Chicago, 3; Detroit, 2. I I I
Mount Vernon, General Washington'shome South Atlantic. time and plan for many good timesin bureau, that a..sJpment"of these para- is the national president of the soda

the future. sites are on their way from Europe. Hamburg, April 22.-The new Ham- ty. .
Lee'shome. Jacksonville 8
and Arlington, General ; Macon, 5. !
Vienna, April 22.-Some sixteen burg-American Line steamship Imperator -
Charleston, 8; Savannah, 3-
Columbus, 6 Albany 2. thousand Turkish soldiers with whomare AGREE TO END FIGHTING. 900 feet long, ran agroundin READY TO COMPROMISE. '
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David Pasha and all his generalsand the Elbe this morning. She was Brussels, Belgium, April 22.-Pre-

WEATHER REPORT. many refugees from the fortress Constantinople, Turkey, April 22.- proceeding from the Vulcan shipbuilding >>- mier Charles de Broquevflle announced
Florida-Fair Wednesday. Thurs A Dutchman with a wooden leg of Janina have arrived at Piers. The Greeks and the Servians % :
on today yards for the lower Elbe to this afternoon in the Chamber oi
day fair except showers in north-west came to this country to marry a girl the coast,of the Adriatic Sea. concluded an agreement with Turkey make ready for her official trips, Deputies that the government had accepted s

portion. who sent him a photograph of Maxine The fugitives are said to bo in a similar to that made, between Bulgaria when she grounded off Altona. Under with an unimportant amendment

I Elliott as her own. Incidentally, pitiable state. The troops and the terms of favorable f
are mostly Turkey by conditions it is hoped she the resolution introduced by F.

Besides the silkworm there are he! proved the truth of the saying ill and suffering from starvation. Theyare which hostilities are to be; suspendedfor can be floated tonight Masson, the liberal leader, providing

two hundred other silk producing Inj j that one of a certain type of individ- completely demoralized. ten days for:a"compromise in the political

sack I ala is born every minute. The man who succeeds must be strike that has prevailed in Belgiumfor

- T Fine Stationery by the quire A.fool and hit rich wife of of that
or are soon 'composed equal parts backbone about, a week. This means
Subscribe for the Subscribe for till tafeal Curtis"4-O'Neal, -
SCentineL pound. parted. 'I''and cheek. the strike wfll end at once.

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To the Sentinel: I, see by the pa- I .
1era that Mr. O'Neal has offered a lot CHAS.%LORD [
south of the Elk's Club room(for a

L ky IIn In ground.? Is this the lot the';m11le8 Lord* & $**$>' Magnificent Showing ofSJumiibneri

If it is I submit that it ought n tIe' ,
Wejwiah to announce to our ,:
used for that purpose as there are
L- any other places in the city more thatjwejhave formed) New Spring Suits

ratable for children to play than,inits abovejfirm. name,1f'orJ|
_ Another consideration should.be the ...
Estate 'and '
tomb\brutes that,now enjoy that lot : .and Dresses :
w much. If we can furnish children I .
!.play ground without deprmngdumb : ,business and are centrallyjocatedjin a "

# animals of r a play 'ground why not : If 8.Orange Avenue, (formerly ; '-
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2' MRS. EBEN HUNT. .Millinery),where we willjbejpleased: WE ARE SHOWING A BEAUTIFUL ASSORTMENT .

'We,'presniethelot:, .referred. ,to is : anTto make)1ew.ones. SILKS AND;SATINS, ALL COLORS, DRBSS .GOODS
t''that 'belongs, \to the United ,I : IN ALL THI 't'
Government and is the lot yon : Our list of city and l "
lave in mind.;;.Editor. acreage YOUNG. WHITE CANVAS SHOES. THE DISPLAY
Step by step, the scientists have : Lord & WORTHY'lBI1A'I'IINTION' 'OF.EVERY'ORLANDO
yams to'recognize that there is an eli: WOMAN. CALL IN AND)ACQUAINT YOURSELF :
went in the 'individual which I I 17 S. MANGE AVL WITH THE HIGH CHARACTER OF OUR GARMENTS
B distinct and apart from every function I AND THE REASONABLE
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of life. Dr. Carrel, of the .- ..- .
French 'Academy of Medicine, has : ..
'monatrated in recent experiments I
that, save' consciousness*, every func " ,' GAS'L '
Rr .''Ifct tf'the body may be kept up by LIGHT Kanner's New York
idetiflc 'means.t In other words, :
1 ,*ere can be life without that unde- I ...
inable thing which is the man him- PATH TO -J
'2lf. Recently remarkable experiment
was successfully attempted in Bargain Store
r2 %feicb-for the sake of a son who Merchants who use Electric .
_1, Tould in two.hours attain his majori
their the
'1 and inherit estate-the life way by choosing r
( a great a If You
Would be Posted
be a Daily Visitor to this Store
; rf-an aged nobleman was artificially cess. You simply cannot fail
maintained for 120 minutes, after allale if
customers you use an
functions had apparently ceased
'' 'The object was attained, the law was like an irresistible magnet, for bicycles andundrtoi. HllillliMiMlllimMIMMIMIMHIIIIIIIimHIM*
; .tisfied; but the man himself,though trade within its reach: .

k' fegally during alive the, was entire without interval.consciousness While they command the attention 6 DR1 l. [

_ fte mechanism of life had been kept ; s RIMSDELL; OptoeIiis1
i I] automatic action, the spirit had For Every CONTRACTORYANDBUILDER.
.a gone beyond the reach of human refill SoecesBor to Dr. 0. P. UkkaHM

-c No matter how small his .
nrintea* AM Work.
tric is the and
I AGRICULTURAL SCHOOL. Sign cheapest Prices That Are aiAD
Long Island, says Professor F. W. advertising. ....
looper, has about the same"area and Phone for our Sign'Designer Work Guanukteed..
jopulation Holland. The produce
I mit a sketch.
liken out of the soil of Holland is
.enty- ne times that which is taken No Trouble,to Us-No E : Mailed an up to date grinding plat aid.te prepared
'torn the soil of Long Island. To to duplicate my leas WHILE YOU WAIT.
snnedy;this inequality, a great state t ...iIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIInELIJAH Along with aU the stock and iastnoMits he hM?M-
1 agricultural school, says Professor HAND cored the prescriptta books dating:back several yean, aid
.,looper, is to be'started on Long Is- WAT[ & 1 ,wffllBaiyof Dr.LOdas presoiptioas without dIIa).
thouland ,
'Jand: It will accommodate one Eater tlllllMIIMIMMMIIIMHMIMIMIIIMMttlMtlttttiSentinel_. _
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students,and it is hoped that .
'wising'of fresh vegetables near New : COOK WITH RaM Hock, PIM 8L ..... 85liMMHMIIIIIIIIilMII
''fork City will receive a great impetijs II I, want ads bring quick results.

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ROLLINS COLLEGE with a new'vlewpoint of the tion. I .
On Friday evening Miss Dorothy
On Wednesday evening Miss Edith Daniel'gave a song recital in the auditorium JUST RECEIVEDACARLOADOFLIME
Grace 7 Boone of Orlando, one of the assisted by W. Clay Inman, Everything flew
Seniors in the School of Expression, the well-known baritone soloist of the
give her graduation recital in Lyman Glee Club. The exceptional voices and ;
Gymnasium to a large audience for artistic ability of these two young I j
the time of The singers, combined with their personal}
.simply with populartiy among their fellow teachers SPECIAL PRICES
.. decorated green boughs, .
and students, rendered the event
and the whole program was charaeter- and the FOR HOUSEHOLD GOODS AND SCHOOL IN LARGE QUANTITIES .
feed of more than usual interest '
by a corresponding quiet and artistic ri
atmosphere. Miss Boone's auditorium'was well filled with an appreciative -J SUPPLIES.McCULLOCH'S. I Prompt Delivery. i! : ;
work was a revelation to those who audience. The programwas .)4 .
had not already heard samples of it, 'well selected and admirably ren- .
and was exceedingly.creditable, alike dered, despite the fact that owing to .. Florida Metal Co.
to*her natural ability'and to the'skil-: colds neither of the artists was in best I.
fill ' voice Both .were:recalled:again and
and training of Miss
Mary Deaderick, the head of;the Department 'again, and beautiful tributes of flowers DEPARTMENT STORE MCNEIL-DAVIS BUILDING .
were presented them by ,their I
The final number was 6p r Phone 41. .
haps the best, being, the dramaticscene many friends. The the difficult accompani task of OPPOSITE POST OFFICE I II
adequately playing
form F. Marion Crawford's
nbVel the: menu devolved upon Mrs. E. S. Palmer I I
"The Palace of King However

., although Miss Boone undoubt who discharged it, as always, to CALL and BE CONVINCED"LOWEST i
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perfection.The: I
edly excels in dramatic:readings, her :, ,
work in the first two' numbers of her following was the'program: PRICES
program also 0, Slep, Why Dost Thou Leave ile ALWAYS"I i TheBestistheCheapest I II
'Miss Boone were extremely assisted' good.' (Seattle) .... .. ...... ...Hndel I
was by Prof.. ........... J ,
:School Caro? Mio Ben Giordani I :=:
HI director of the 1t I T'
S. Pope of ,Ehland ................von Fielitz :.. . SO GET THE BEST OF fI
Music who in excellent --- -
and sang voice Stilles Lied ..........KinderatinmmenFranenwoerth : ..,,,1 I c' !! t I II
with his usual abundance of artistic ...........Mondnacht .1 Paints and Wall :
feeling. Mrs. Berkeley Blackman Paper ]
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Rosensweige ... Wandertraume .
accompanied Prof. Pope at the Heimliche Cruesse .......Anathema My Cost Mark Is i
with and effect, adding :
piano no small sympathy amount to the success of- ,.Am Strands....................Erg bung THE 1912 WALL PAPER IN SAMPLES '.
If I But Knew .....Wilson G. Smith
the musical number&The IS GRAND AND I WILL BE PLEASEDTO
Thou'rt Like Unto a Lovely Rose....
following was the program rendered I i ...............Wilson G. Smith Black Nigger SHOW $ ALL YOU HAVE TO j

Laughing: Chorus .........Anon I Erl-King. .....,..__.,.......Schubert i DO IS TO TELEPHONE AND I WILL r

The Thrace, .............TennysonTtfe Mr. Inman BRING THE SAMPLE TO YOUR HOME. '
Daffodils .........Wordsworth The Danza ..............Chadwick 1834567890 ,JfrPHONE
One Morning Oh, So Eearly .Ingelow r .f
Mary .................::..RichardsonMr. Out in Chicago the men have'takes GEO. A. BARKER ..n-. 268
Pope to carrying handbags. In'New Hamp- : t
Story,'"The Princess shire they continue to carry sand If you want anything in the Gents' I . . ." uI
................PorquoiSherwood hag I -- -- ---r-----T-r
:M ther'o"Mine ...............Tours t Furnishing Line, now is the accepted I .
Mr. PopeA Subscribe for the Sentinel :
Story-of Old Madrid ...Crrif rd Time I i Reduced Prices on all \ '.
On Thursday evening the Rev. TL
A. Atkinson D., of Chicago, secretary GOlD WORK MULES '
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for special service and work of .. .... s
the United Congregational States delivered, Churches azr intensely
inleresting>talk 1 to the students and I

towns Atkinson's people long in.and the,auditorium.intimate connection Dr.I H. G. Harper _._ - ". u
*wHh the forces and.problems;of HNDBGS A A AND n NECKWEAR 'mST \ !
north for the
Before summer -
labor in'the country rendered him especially Hoffky St. Phone 534 you go. '
fitted to speak with* $ city d at fail to let us.send you the ,FRANK '' : I
Weekly'Sentinel It'will keep HTERSManufacturer i
on his subject, which was "The you
Church and the Labor Problem." His and thoroughly posted on the happeningsin ef Artildal ;
Hauling of all kinds, plow
presentation of the case brought.vivid this section. Call at the office and Stone, Fancy, Cohans and MISSES: : HAHLTOI & DUNN f :
ly to the minds of his hearers conditions ing carefilly looked after. let us show you a copy. It only OrnameBtal Work'
f which' they had but vaguely costs a dollar a year.. Livingston and Railroad i,(!
understood before, and all left the I I- . t
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Oscar W. Underwood and American QUER. ..
f South Florida Sentinel tariff will be in history forever. This ,

MOBNING AND W1KLT J paper believes that Woodrow Wilson Mr. W. C. Temple is a business man .

P will go into ,history as the greatest i of great ability: and a man of many )> '
., Entered at the post office tt Orlando '.
but admirable traits. But
American President, his glory his frenzied at-
)florid u Second dan MaQ, Matter. ,' , "-,, ,..'.
will in no wise affect the splendor of tacks upon the tariff reformers dem- -

SUBSCRIPTION RATES : the clean, fearless, earnest, sincere, onstrates how easy it is for even good
man whose name heads the tariff}] men-strong men to lose their heads. When You Choose

a THE DAILY SENTINEL legislation for the year 1913. It is The last sally savors so much of the .::

One year .. ........ ..........$5.00 and ever will be, "The Underwood bluff, that no man will treat it seriously

'# Six Months ................... 2.60 Tariff Bill" and is looked,upon as beneaththe '

s Three Months ................. 1.25 The bill is drawn in righteousnessafter dignity of a man, of Mr. Temple's a Gift of Jewelry' "

the rightness of the man who calibre.
By MWI carrier im Orlando 60 cento per
aonth..,Daily and Sunday. drew it. The bill is drafted without His offering of his grove property

The Orkado Moraint Sentinel eaa ke fend favor, after the manner of the man, I at one half its value reminds one of:

08 oak In Orlando at Corits A O'Neal' Book discriminates in nothing for pop- the old darkey preacher who prayed e
ttort. ularity. The bill panders not to rich long and loud and invariably closed GIFT THAT MUST '

,; We will, appreciate prompt complaint if men, nor ,to corporations, nor to pred- by saying, "0, Lord, you knows I BEAR EVERY TEST OF TIME AND JUDGMENT AND .

' delivery U not properly made by oar earrien. atory wealth, because the man who done be sincere. If I don't be sin- TASTE. WHEN YOU SELECT FROM THE STOCK OF :

Adentbinf rate will be fnrabhed on application. drew the bill fears only God, and cere, I pray dat you pull dis house EVANS YOU ARE SECURE. FOR HERE ,EVERY PIECE, j :

knows neither friend or foe, when down on me." One night some mis- EVEN THE MEREST TRIFLE-IS CHOSEN BY EXPERTS
4 THE WEEKLY SENTINEL right and truth are ,concerned. chievous boys climbed on to the roof -

For year,* by mail, pottage paid ........ILOOAettreM The Underwood Tariff Bill will pass and when the old man reached this WHOSE KNOWLEDGE AND TASTE HAVE WON .

THE SENTINEL, Orlando Florida.OOee both the house and the in his RECOGNITION.
senate, and the closing petition prayer, the,boys :
107 Court Street Arcade Bending
: Pbone 24 unborn will reverently call the name began toppling bricks from the chimney THE BEAUTY, THE STYLE, THE WORKMANSHIP,

of the Congressman from Alabama. down onto the roof. Immediately ARE ALWAS THE BEST.EVANS1 .

J. F. SCHUMANN, Editor. Until the War of 1812 the main pur- there came from within a cry, "0,

JOSIAH FERRIS Proprietor. pose of our tariff policy was revenue.In dear Lord, don't you know when FAIR AND MODERATE PRICES ARE ,AS FAMOUS .

1816 manufacturing had developeduntil I'se jes' jokin'Mr.. Temple's AS EVANS BEAUTIFUL AND EXCLUSIVE DESIGNS <

WEDNESDAY, APRIL 23RD, 1913. it compared with agricultureand grove offer will be treated as a joke. COMPARISON OF VALUES INVITED.
commerce. So that in 1816 the There is no cause for alarm over the

) The poor, man has one advantage. New Englander got his work started proposed tariff reduction on oranges.

; The automobile agent is never after and reversed the relation and made The truth is that Florida has no competition -

him. protection the main aim and revenue in..the production. ,of oranges
o the incident. *-* wnen quality is taken into consIdera-

{ Some of these worldly roysterers Here we have an explanation of a tion; and this is an age of quality. If

thing that the American people have Florida growers will just give atten-
believe that God
firmly sleeps at
night. tried hard to understand. Why New tion to packing and preparing the
T. U. the
o England, without any farming lands, fruit for market, and if Mr. Templeand JewelerOPPOSITE

with natural contribute all other will
,4 A lot of petty tyrants we have no resources to shippers get back ,
Known have long since been dead and to the national wealth, should be of the railroad commission and stay

buried. the richest and most arrogant peopleon back of them until transportation com- POST OFFICE

7 o the American soil, and that explanation -, panies are made to maintain a fair .

No, Richard, the average breakfast is that the American people rate instead of one that there is noth- EXPERT REPAIRING AND ENGRAVING.

food doesn't induce these Gray have suffered themselves, under an ing short of robbery, there will be no

Matters! iniquitous tariff, to deprive thousandsof need to worry about'the tariff. It is

o every comfort in order that a few ;a fact that beyond cavil that the rail-

It is fine to be able settle ,down a New Englanders might live in luxury road companies are the source of citrus ,..

k eouple of days and just do absolutely and meddle with every thing on '. growers troubles, and we may as
nothing.The earth that doesn't concern them, particularly well get after the source of our trou-
the "nigger. 'bles.

dealer always 0 finds a good Mr. Webster argued against the SILK STOCKINGS

3 reason to raise the price of ice or tariff, appealing to the curse of com- WIRELESS STATION IN OR-

the price of coal. mercial restriction and of government LANDO

s'{ 'o interference with trade, and to -

There the low character of manufacturing Thai as bright and industrious boys
are some hens, you know,
populations.When live in Orlando as place in the
in any
.: right the human family, that you
can't keep on the nest the Whigs became the high world has been often demonstrated.

o tariff party, the Democrats opposedthe Particular attention is again directed -

Some people Just get their living policy in favor of 'a tariff for to this fact by the labors and suc- For Day

on squeezing other people' who have revenue only. What may be, styledthe cess of Carl Dougherty,' a lad of

already been squeezed.It Whig land policy sprung from the about fifteen years, who for the past
o Whig sentiment for large customs year and a half has been working and and

I duties. Cheap public lands, offering experimenting on wireless telegraphyand
is the easiest thing in the world
each poor man a home for the taking, now has a sending and receiving
to find fault with a man's morals,
constantly tended to neutralize the station completed at his home '.on EveningWear
if you happen to have it in for him.
effect of duties, but by raising wagesin West Church street, and has installed

o the manufacturing sections,. the instruments that will send message -
One of our exchanges 'says that a aJ
bribe became so strong that it turned fifteen miles and receive from a radiusof
:former Mexican official died a natural;
the tide of immigration from the five hundred miles.
death. Wonder who shot him. I
West, and so the American tariff, dic- Another station is being completedat

tated by New England, now has her Drennen's station four miles away
Not all hard labor is done in sweat
chickens coming home to roost New and Carl has an ingenius young
Q shops. The men of leisure in search J ,
of recreation work hardest England is the richest part of the friend who is working with him ,and

o United States. By God's law and within two weeks the, boys will be Our Personal Guarantee .

man's law it should be the poorest sending and receiving messages. This
Have ever noticed that they
- you part of this country.If means that in the heart of Orlando
sweetest girl in Orlando is the girly Accompanies Every Pair
the Underwood tariff bill becomes messages can be caught from all over
who is kind to her mother and helps
effective we shall be probably free the State of Florida and from off the
out In the household duties? I
rx from New England dictation, a thing .
o the nation has needed for more than sea.Certainly Orlando has reason to be .
Has it ever occurred to that
tome men are very much like you cheap ninety years. proud: of these boys. Most great inventions Marion B. Ives

restaurants? The best things are put And now for a thing so devoutlyto and perfection of great in-
be wished, is it not strange that ventions are worked out in this way.
in.the show window, while the rest is
North Carolina, with her little cotton It will not be strange if the persistance -
ri very disappointing.
mills, and Alabama, with her iron in- and ingenuity of these boys shall

o dustries, and Florida, with her few add much to the efficiency of the wire- EXCLUSIVE
a Florida U rapidly becoming theY MILLINERY PARLORSSecond
oranges and grapefruit and louis- less service, for what they are doingis
play ground of the world. Nature has
iana, with her great sugar industry, not making toys, but making actual
3'' been kind to the state and if man will
and the great West, with its wool pro- telegraph stations.
do his part, the state will soon reach Floor
f ducing properties, should rise up and The Sentinel looks for a brilliant
co-extensive with
fame that will be
a say nay to the best and most righteous future for Carl Daugherty and his .
: the world.
Te bill ever introduced in the'Con- friend. The hope of the business and
x o
gress ,of the United States. Who is political world is wrapped up in that
It is reported that a Sanford man
going to abuse Frank Clark for speak- bundle of nerves, which we label the
wants to get a divorce from his wife, people and his successor will. The STATE NEWS. inventor of the Oldsmobile. Mr. Olds
ing in favor of a few oranges in American boy and in those unexplored -
' because she removed her store teeth professional politician who dependson he has tried
says winters
: Florida and then saying he was regions of brain cells, lie possibilities numerous
R and put them in the breakfast errant his dollars pulling him throughwill abroad, in Italy, South America and
s ashamed he spoke? heretofore undreamed of. Four packing houses wil be oper- ,
preher before retiring and forgot it not be in the race. This reform Africa and has
decided that
We love the boy, and take off our ated in Plant City during the vege-
Beit morning. hat to him.Here's will be taken up in the cities also. table season. vicinity has the world beaten fora
OAKLAND.Oakland .
0 Old faces so familiar around the pub- winter resort.
2 Mr. J. A. Tu- our hand, my brave and industrious --
r: Any one who will spend,two weeks April lic crib will disappear, and a new set -
driving over orange county studyingcrop ment, who has been quite ill for the boy, and my pledge to help of men take charge. On Thursday and Friday of the Subscribe for the Sentinel

conditions, soil conditions and past two weeks, is some better and it I you in every noble aspiration. The Every where in Florida the spiritof week the Florida State Bankers' Association

w climate conditions, will be readily convinced is hoped he will ,be his usual self I :world lies before you, go forth and reform prevails and a new orderof wil hold its annual convene

of the wonderful possibilities soon, conquer. affairs may be expected, and it will tion in Jacksonville.Secretary .

that are wrapped up within her borders i J. 0. Brock is also much improvedand be a blessing to humanity. Paul A. HornCOMUCTORudBUILBEt
will be and at business POLITICAL HOUSE CLEANING
out soon. Florida's future depends upon her of the Navy Josephus
o The work in the park is a great from the politicians
getting away Daniels will be the guest of Pensa-
The coming wife is not the young improvement and will add much to New Jersey has been one of the who have abused their privileges. cola on May 14th, paying an official
the it is to be madea worst governed states in the Union.
appearance, as *
lady who by the time she has washed visit to the Pensacola navy yard. REPAIRING A SPECIALTY.
tropical garden of palms and all Graft was rampant in every depart-
her hair and manicured her nails, and THEATRE TODAY.
ferns and flowers of this section. The ment' from city hall to state house. LUCERNE
P. 0. Box 624
.powdered her face is so fatigued that The 120,000 city hall which is being Orlando Fla.
concrete posts are beautiful and make Corrupt men and corporations had .
t her mother has to stop ironing to rut erected in Lakeland is up to the sec-
such control of the Three reels.A .
a splendid appearing fence. The gotten complete political
her to keep her from having a nervous -! ond story and shows already that it
enclosed space is 85 by 300 feet machinery and were using it to most excellent program.
Ircak dJwn.lri. wQ be avery fine structure.
o There has been some very important their own purpose and the people's "The Spanish Parrot Girl," Selig- HtlllllillHIMIIHItllAutos

real estate deals the It had handed modern romance.
past few harm. gone on high ;a
Fire of an unknown origin destroyed
Among the wise sayings of Sydney days. Senator C. B. Buxton, of Chicago for so long that people had dispairedof "The Portrait," Edison-a young the
resturant and another buildingin
5 Smith are the following: "A clever has bought the F. H. Williams ever getting away from, it. artist wins honor and wealth by a For Rent at
Dania Saturday morning entail-
Ban maketh his talks far more delightful residence also the J. C. Michael lakeshore Finally there came an honest leaderin portrait of himself, but the girls he
I ing an approximate loss of $2,000.
interspersing occasional
:ri by property, and will in the future the person of Woodrow Wilson who loves will not marry him because of Hour
"Thin before This is the third fire Dania has had in Any H
flashes of silence build a magnificent residence. He is lead honest people out of the wilder- his dissipations. As he sleeps before
eight days.
you speak instead of afterward."ihe now building a boathouse that will ness, and sent a number of rascals to the portrait, he sees the face change.As .

man who prayed, '0, God be mercifulto cost a thousand dollars when com- the states prison, and today New the face changes, showing in Seven Passeiger

rue a fool/ prayed deeper than he pleted.Mr. Jersey is enjoying clean government gruesome succession the marks of his The Dade County Medical Association -

thought" J. C. Dickerson is the proud Wilson had the strongly intrenched excesses, he learns his leson A very has made arrangements for en | STEVENS BUYEA

o owner of a new, up-to-date auto. political machine to combat, but he beautiful and intereting story. Doe tertaining the State Medical Associa-

r There is complaint that some leg- Willis &; Conley are now in the new fought and won, and today is the leader in which must be seen to ,enjoy. tion in Miami on the 14th of May, Rile IB a Gee Care .

: islative employee are getting six dollars brick store and are getting a fine in American politics. "Belinda Spoils a Romanse," Vi- lasting three days. A program will be

' a day for doing nothing, which stock of goods beautifully' displayed.Mr. Florida is in need of a: political i tagraph comedy sensation or a arranged which will include some Ckaeslilies IB Town

{ is bad, but not much worse than the W. T. Connell is opening up a cleaning and will get it. It is due in Plot and a Counterplot. This is the pleasant social features.

case of some for doing many things large stock of groceries in the store two years. The next governor of first of the "Belinda Series," don't

the people would rather not have vacated by Willis &; Conley.Mr. Florida will not be selected from the miss it. Jacob Espadahl of Daytona has 'Phone 34Illllllllllllilli

done. U those legislators, could be G. Hammond is doing the cler- old guard politicians, nor will the A picture program worth seeing. been awarded the contract for buIlding -

{ persuaded to do nothing they might ical work for the South Apopka Sup- minor officers. Matinee 3:30 to 5 p. m. a handsome winter home at Sea

be more entitled to the pay they get ply Company now. Trammell came from the common Night 7:15 to 10. breeze for R. E. Olds, the millionaire



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RY OUR.FOR THE NEW SHIRTS Now, just a word about tailor

"The made suits. We have the Eng
03'Y Eclipse"Our lish-Amerlcan Tailoring line,

customers say that we and we guarantee you a fit, or

have the knack of picking out no pay. In fact we have the

the very niftiest patterns and first misfit suit to see yet. We

color for our shirt department.We know how to take your measure
and the English-American
want to show you how well peapie
know how to make the
MEN: FOR WOMEN: FOR CHILDREN we live up to our reputation.Here Clothes.

are both soft and laun Every piece of goods shown in
dered Coat Shirts with plain and our line is guaranteed to be aD
pleated bosoms. Some with wool, and they are beauties.
ira&LNllLdLTHE French cuffs-some with attached Look them over, even if yen

1_ SHE ECONOMICAL, SHE WOULD BUY OUR SHOES AND soft collars all representingthe don't buy. We will be glad to

HOSE; THEY WEAR A LONG TIME, AND, QUALITY show them to you. These suite
artistic color effectsin
most are lower in price than most of
solid and fancy patterns. Ma- the "hand me down" ready made
terials of fine Percales, Madras suits you get in other stores, ant
and Solsette. they wear twice as long. Examine


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I Mrs. George .Denison, of Concord Mr. and Mrs. Andy Smith, who have| Mrs LeRoy Giles of Orlando, who The people of Sand lake over at I OVIEDO OCCURRENCES.Oviedo .
Park, spent yesterday with friendsin been spending the winter in the city,.'has been here for some time on a visitto Winter Home can boast the first ripe I
THE TUNER Taft. are off for the north, Chicago being Mrs. Chas. D. Dennis and Miss water melon of this season which was Fla., April 22, 1913.-Re-

ORLANDO. FLA. their destination.Mrs. I Catherine Hampton, left Sunday for plucked last Saturday and was grown cently Mr. Swope, of Witchita, Kan-
J. J. Winfred and family who have Fort ,George, where she will be a by Mr. Theadore Stiers, a former res- sas, decided to cast his lot with us
wintered in Orlando left yesterdayfor G. S. Bishop ,and daughter,I: guest of relatives before going to her ident of Philadelphia.Mrs. and on the strength of this decision,
their home in Connecticut Miss Jennie, left for Detroit yester I I home. Mr. Giles, who joined her here brought his family over from Sanford -

Mrs. J. E. Hines has left Orlando I day. Mrs. Bishop has been ill for t*for the week-end, returned to Or- W. P. Watson leaves this morn where they had wintered, and
for Lebanon, Tenn. I Mr. and Mrs. A. L Wright, of Taft several days and under the doctor's lando; Sunday evening.-Gainesville ing via S. A. L. for Jacksonville, where settled them in the block south of the
I I came up last night to enjoy Orlando care,.consequently trained nurse, Miss I'' Sun. she will be joined by Mr. Watson and bank, then opened a real estate office

Mrs. Emma Easton Has returned to theatres and remained over night with Allen, accompanied her on,the trip. I I then to Miami, Key West and Havana next door to the postoffice.
riends. mana--J..8.
Chattanooga, Tenn. I II I Hustling Magruderhas Cuba. She expects to be away about Mr. John McKenzie with Mrs. Mci -
Mr. E. S. Pierce, one of Orlando's just closed a contract with the two weeks. i Kenzie and their children, after living
,E. 0. Wiseman of Buffalo, New former business men, who has :!American Talking Picture Company,
Peter Boceum of Pennsylvania, has many I in Sanford for a year and moving
I York, is in the city for a few days,' friends in the has
city, been here for for real talking pictures. These talking -
purchased a farm and will become a.. Mr. William Westcolt, who formerly from there to South Carolina, came
IHe I ,has been at Tampa for several several days closing old matters. will be at the Lu-
pictures seen
Florida Trucker. !. up I lived in Orlando and is well known to the conclusion that Oviedo was the
months. He reports his family in good health cerne theatre at an early date. Man- healthiest pleasantest knewof
here as a railroad man, was marriedin spot they
Mrs. Annie Mitchell who has been and very well pleased with Gaines'alter Magruder says that money is no Jacksonville Monday night to Miss for a home, so they have come backto
Mr. A. 0. Lear, of Riverside Cal. I that'
ville. and he is going toI
time in Orlando has consequence
spending some Mary Moore, of Fulton, Mo., Their us. ,
gone back to Lebanon, Tenn. was in Orlando, over night. He is I give the people of Orlando the best home will be in Jacksonville. Friday afternoon, April 18th, the
studying citrus fruit conditions in Reverend Lucien A. Spencer left t show money can produce. Oviedo Magazine Club was entertained -

Mr. Geo. R. Slight left for Southern,Florida. yesterdy for West Palm Beach, where I in the Parsonage by Mrs. Hope
Pines, N. C., ,Monday where he will after a brief stay, he will secure a I! Mr. E. J. Cox, one of Gabriella's Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Shopper, of I and her two daughters, Misses Maggie .
spend the summer. Mr..0.,H. Wisner of Bangor, Maine guide and make a journey of exploration I foremost citizens was in Orlando Jacksonville, are in the city spending and Jennie. The program consisted -
has purchased lot in Orlando their honey moon at the San
'- a on into the Everglades for the pur- yesterday and had many interesting of a reading on "The Prevention of
Mrs H. A.,Scott, was among those which lie will have a house.built for pose of securing data for the Government I{I things to say of his recent and first Juan. Mr. Shopper is treating his Malaria," and a poem, "The Mosquito.
a winter ,home. bride by taking her to the best hotelin
who left Orlando yesterday for the trip to the state capital His ideas ."
summer, going,to Membane, N. C. I of political promises have been Florida to spend the preface to I Mrs. Will Hand, of Sanford, was the t
Mr. Clyde R. Miller, of Jacksonville E. M. Strong one of the successful slightly changed by that visit and he married life. j guest of Mrs Marshall last Wednes-

Mrs. L P,:Shroeder who_ has been ; a former newspaper man of,Or. :farmers and fruit growers of Plym- takes' the, very philosophical view, I. day night
K winter guest in Orlando has gone I lando, was in,the city last night shak outh I was in Orlando yesterday. Mr. 'that tht"politician is about"the same Two arrests were made lastnightby Monday afternoon the young ladies
1 Mo her home in Smith's Grove, Ey. ]Lug hands with friends Strong is one of the men who has everywhere, and that nice words and Officer Broom, one a colored man of Oviedo met at the public school
done his full share to develop Orange smiles count for but little. Mr. Cox for stealing oranges and the other building with Mrs. McCall, Miss Dixn .

Judge J. M. Cheney is off to Jacksonvflle Mr. and Mrs. Thomas B. Seegar, county, and today is numbered among is ,a successful fruit grower and busi a white man, wanted in Georgia for and Mrs. Marshall.. The purposeof
and Birmingham on a busi ,who have, been enjoying Florida cli- the substantial men of the county. mess man and_ does not allow the_lit- some offense. this meeting has not been made .
mate in Orlando, left yesterday for tie disappointments of life to affect public and it would that dire
trip, and will be a week. seem
ness gone
"their home in Washington, C. Mrs. E. A. Edwards, mother of our his usefulness 'or happiness. We are I . . . . . and dreadful things will fall upon the :

Mr. Benjamin i'ibn: who has been' townsman, Dr. Edwards, will leave t glad to meet men who take such a S one who "tells." .
in Orlando for some time has re Mr. and Mrs John DeTuppo and today for her home in Hartford, Conn.I cheerful view of life. I THE IMPORTANCE OF KEEPING Mrs. Joe Lawton, with her infant ;
turned to Ballston Station. ,N. Y. Mrs Helen Chappaqua, who have been She has spent the winter very pleasantly -( POSTED son,,has returned from Orlando where !
winter residents started yesterday on in the city and her many friends' Mr. S., T. Clauson, who spends his S I she has been in the sanitarium for "
Mrs Geo. E. Bungy and daughterleft the homeward journey. Their desti will hope to have her return next fall. winters in Florida and during the : "How many things we have some time.
yesterday for their home In Rich nation being Platt City, N. Y. The Sentinel will be a weekly visitor shipping season makes his headquar1- proposed to do,how many planned Mr. Hope is now conducting a series 3

mond, Va. They will return to Orlando to her home. I I ters at, Orlando while packing his oranges yet how we loiter in our noblest of meetings at the Methodist :
next winter. The Sentinel is pleased to note the and grapefruit from his McDonald -I I purposes! You may be always I church. '

success of Mr. J. B. Magruder with Mr. J. E. Rose, of Lockhart was in groves. That being nearly at successful if you do but set out The new road between Sanford and i
Mr. Harry Avery, who has been in the famous Oakland car. He has just Orlando yesterday transacting business an end is about to leave for his White well and let your thoughts and Oviedo is of paramount interest since i iit
Orlando for several months returned closed another sale. This time to Mr. in connection with his official' Mountain summer' hotel which he practices proceed, upon the right is being worked so near us. Our '
to his home in Middletown Springs M. F. Smith ,of Oakland. duties, and was a pleasant caller at opens July first for the resort season. method." need- of this road has been great and
Vermont, yesterday. -, the Sentinel office. Mr. Rose is one Hillsdale Inn, his mountain house is I You have often made up your It is good to see it materializing.
Mr. Guy S. Davis, the popular rep. of the men who knows how to make situates Bethlemem N. H., in the %mind to buy something for the County Division? Let us forget it! 5
Mr. W. G. Sphaler, one of Taft's :resentative' of the Miler-Jackson Florida soil bud and produce like heart of the White Mountain region.Mr. person or the home, but have put "\
leading merchants and C. .H. Hartly, Grain Company, of Tampa, is in Orlando Aaron's rod. Clauson offers most desirable attractions off doing so from time to time. WILL TRY TO BUILD GYMNASIUM 1,,
railroad agent at Taft, were in Orlando today in the interest of his and would be.pleased to furnish Then one day you pick up a week- -
business yesterday. information concerning it Send old paper and discover some especially *
on company. From the number of enquiries that AM you interested in a gymnasium
worthwhile offer of the
his illustrated booklet addressing
come to this office from various partsof for being established in Orlando? If you
:Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Inglebright, Hillsdale Inn, Bethlehem, N. H. very thing you needed.
Miss Maude Patch who has been the north many people are con are, you should attend the meeting
who have been spending the winter in teaching school at Coleman this state, sidering Florida as a place for a win 0. This emphasizes the Importance and called by the ladies of the Emmanuel
Orlando, have returned to their home and Miss Pearl, who has been-teaching ter home, and some for a year round Measy to bat M IstprtrW pftf-, of keeping posted on when Baptist church to be held Thursday
in Martia's Ferry, Ohio. at Webster, are in Orlando and home. And it Is more than likely that arty & Y. WAY.-tf '. how to buy to advantage. Grasp the evening at 7 o'clock In the Ladles
by reading
will spend the summer with their! many new families will be in Orlando ,- . your opportunities in THE SENTINEL Tea and Rest Room for this purpose.
WANTED-Clean rags at this user brother. by another year Subscribe for the Sentinel_ advertisements day You are specially invited to be
carefully every IS present at this meeting and talk over
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Refreshments will be served and a
H : Shsnnibsrier's for bicycles s4, pleasant evening is in store for all

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To-Day's Program -t

Broncho Billy and the* Squatter's Daughter, ....Drama... Eesanay i; i l
; G( ran 1'Iietre t A Youthful Knlfht ......,... ...COmed'.Drama..EcIIJoD ;

The Sands of Time .................Drama.. ........... ..Selig .I,


THE GUIDING LIGHT..........:..Drama;..............Lubin '!

MOTION PICTURES Peter Fife, keeper of the light at Casco Bay, lives alone with his NAINSOOK FOR LONG, .1 1) 1

17-year-old daughter, born blind. B. V. D. andPETER SHORT, Eljrr j

Pidares 01_ Daily' Harry, the girl's lover, saves all of his scant salary and givesit ; HILL SLIM andSTOUT 'J

to Fife for an operation to restore Marie's sight Dick Drayton GAUZE MEN -1

is caught in the act of stealing the money and soundly thrashed.I BALBRIGGAN i
FIRST SHOW, / 7tl5P.M I aid Y
: I Bent on revenge, he extinguishes the light Marie, through her quick LISLE THREAD At OUC If .
SECOND SHOW, 8d5 P.M I wit and fortitude, restores the light, thereby saving Harry and his POROSKNIT Per IUllelt 4

I _darkness.companions, who are in danger of being dashed on the rocks. in the ,

PRICES ALWAYS 5c. and lOc. I I :The brave girl's reward comes in the form of a successful operation -
and her engagement to Harry.

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t, : If you' have_ any combings don't throw them away.
THE CAR;, 1 You have in your city, L Gold, a manufacturer hair'goods,
: ; A \ at Dade City, Fla., but recently from Chicago, where you
: l THAT EVERYBODYIS 'Caii bring your combings and have a'switch braid transformation
I the ,, or any piece'of hair work you would like to have
TAW made.from
$1.50 to |150
? ABOUTASK Also carry a large line of finest quality French cut hair,
4 the whichwe make to order to match. We demonstrate the work
: FOR BEIWNSTIATIONMAGRUDER every'afternoon from 2 to 5. Also carry a large line of sanitary -
hair goods. Switches, 114 oz., 51k11; oz., 10 and 20
SEE ins. long, $1; 2 pz., 24 ins. long 1.50; 2/ oz., 26 ins.. long 2.25
WE HATCH ALL SHADES. Silk hair nets 86 ins
k long Be Donf faD to call during this week for our low
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for Everything new, individual BUSINESS COLLEGE
: electric attachments at every
chair. No atone has been left I,
1st. unturned to make this shop I
meet th erequirementa of the II I
: most particular Plenty off MODERN COURSES IN
: room. Courteous attendant !
Single and Double Entry Bookkeeping. Corporation
Proprietor., I Bookkeeping, Banking, Shorthand,
= 1 Orange Ave, Orlando, Fla. 1 Typewriting, Penmanship, Commercial Law,
=' I I Commercial'Arltl metie, Spelling and all

I; - \ Branches of Civil Service.

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; : -(NI 1 I Granted and Positions Secured for Gradu
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} Patronize Home Institutions.
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t I ;: LIVE STOCKLAUBACH -Urlmi Bugegs, College!

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.Trod Mud Houats, the Roofs. e* I :

Which Art Garbage Dump. PUBLICAUCflO.NAT .

glpU&D Tillage Ufe Is quaint and ID- ,
tee.Ung, sajs the Wide World Map Y
". The QOUMB are erode one stoned -- ore ou x
fractures of sun baked mud with pos
ttblj! a couple of tiny square boles cut

.Each home consists of single room.Asbtotelj Buy 2t
devoid of furniture one or

two woe drinking usually Jan the and-obi,cooking.Jt t.*.utensils-tori lw : In order. to quit business I 'will 'offer my entire stcfck':at Auction .

aita. The roofs of these hotels I -
thatched with cornstalks and for some arc Safe Opeis Satnrlay, April I 5th at 23 ami. 7.11 P.BL; Daily | ] a 'I.

accountable reason all the hou- Consider Quality Style }
held rubbish is dumped on ''the 'roof: Until aH goods are sold. i;
For this purpose a ladder"'may: frejaently -
< be seen rectolnjc Iftfa 'f be
idle of the house From a' distance a I: BILLY N' 4O NEY, Auctioneer Price, and then choose :
:ttlaje is apt to look like an tmmeuuftbblah

heap. Tbaw.DrlmitlTe em I '
Hens are inhabited solely by.the fella- .' I .

ala, u some Egyptian of the peasants Arab Tillages are 'ailed.In the.arrangements I - - .:: - - - - - - - - - - - - - -.-. '- - - -' '- ':- ': ..-'........- - _ ;.., .. . :
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for are even'more &
uftconrentlonaL Hue cuplike atm f
tares made of mud are built out in the i' j
even. away from the' houses, and into
these the babies are 'frequently DI'red41artn '
the day ''and often the entire I '' JEWELERS' .

family sleep in them it night The Idea I ,
hrto the numerous snakes and
; escape
scorpions which tbojmd during thegreat I: THE LINE OF UP TO DATE DRY 'GOODS, CLOTHING, : Orlando x Florida
heat of the summer.
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II : SATBFACTiON .-:; . :
Java' Valley of D ath, Whirr U*> I: ,""." I

Cannot fexist REFUNDED.. 1I III : Let Us Regulate t Your Watch
S The Vallej of Death la on the IslandS I: I
Jara. It to the 'most remarkable
natural example ot'an atmosphere': : EVEmilNG GUARANTEED

loaded with carbonic acid gas in existence.
B. Salomon Orlando '
It has never; been fully explored
because of the danger of re- .
Mining more than a few moments
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,Approached through}an opening between : MTrTT"TTTTTTTtt1lllllttntlllninjtJu
the hills it is seen to' be an oral .
shaped valley about half a mile acrosx 1

It about la hard thirty-five and sandy fetfdeep without: Tfe vegetation 'bottom : G i Model Grocery !i

and strewn with large stones. The rORLANIOTB &TRUSTCOMPANP.

aoiface is covered with the bones of' .
animals, birds and human belnp. .- --- - -- --. .
Explorers seldom venture beyond the : 18 West Church Street :
boaters though the deadly air does not I I .
latoediately affect human beings. Tub CaaalaH Svpte.. Ui4IvWd .Pros SI2.,....... ,'II '

is because the carbonic add gas, being : FANCY AND STAPLE GROCERIES. NEW AND :
heavier than the atmosphere settles to Total Resources over Tkree-fiarkrs eta Mliioe.SUtement .

the bottom of the valley. Dogs awl .. FRESH
fowls thrown into it fall senseless. in- of the Orlando Beat aadSi . We Give Our Personal Attention to Our Customers aeilGuarantee
Mt qtly.aa&.die:in=a.few. mlaetw. No -
ai r -li TnIt"Ce., at Clogs of BostacaiApril Satisfaction 4
utuis or asmns"at*1sfbW ot4 the and Prompt Delivery
floor of this valley, and It is -thougbttbtt'tm'o'ate'nkiftDe tl.. 16th' i, .191 : ,... S T. Give Us a Trial
baie'of :
tataflIs.--Erchauge. ; jf sub Anniversary ofiti

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To ChOIr HI.... i :
The wife of his bosom was going to t $ .' 6
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Tonkins wan trying his very best to 1q51 RESOURCES
took sad.My .
dear." be said choking back'aehuckle ... } Loam and Discounts.....tII8U7a THE H. H. P. STRAIGHTx
with his handkerchief and wiping t'pw4'T'SJM'ni''Ar I Onrdrafta ........ tILII

t his :e.0'1"6ir.ut1iHtto1thfDt- -I ;Reap KstatiFttratton For Sale at aH }
apr StoresOrlando's ,
bow 1 shall miss you. The evenings aDd PJxtBree .." '

will be so long and lonely without you.I : Stocks and Bonds MftMtt Newest Cigar Made la Orlando, .
shall have no one to talk to.- ,
"George said Mrs. Fits surveying I Iof Cash on hand and in Banks .....1 i Havana and Florida Wrappers -

Mm with a marble eye 1 have provided ,
I Try One and Be Convinced
for your comfort in this u in Total ..,.............$7N,26M6 I I .
every other way. When you return
home you will find dear mother there. IJABIUTIESI : HERMAN FINDER' M'f'gY. {

She will remain till 1 come back andkeep
yon company in the evenings. Capital Stock ...........$100,00000, I 212 South Orange

George" rAnd Surplus and Undivided I .
u the train slowly'glided out. of ; Profits ................ 24444JSDeport . I -- F

the station the.jraaMJ wondered why. ...............66U1&U DID YOU BUTT '
FJta-Tomkins nearly bit him when be -

swlaoated! a UP.-lA>DcloD Telegraph. Total ..II............$78111 .. I. -
Oscar Hand overheard prominent,hardwaro
", anl .:tait C lfi.. L1 deiIItr J "$. ****** to a.... 1 j

The finest Cliff scenery in the United ., ,_ 'neat--"eJtIIen OrlanI could law'tt
( -'''' : &Son Aso aDd N.OO
Depodta April 4,1913.WtS7W6 I'I'I fiat tai
Binges ldbd CW msrof, ,!bI-conntyof .

Donegal at the northwest of Ire- Deposits April 11, 191=... 66M1UIIncrease mj Saccesssrs to at Hand At the time he referred to I aoli
J nct. facing the Atlantic where the va United States GorerasMat State and ; for,aa Odaado man'anen111r1.
cliffs 1 Countj Depository in 12 days ......$. aai of
risky and grandeur of the are : land.IiOrgp -'- 1It
Sit thrilling and impresslTe. Slleve 1LL LINE.L OF COMPLETE ..1.00.v l d k nmNe,00

League,south of Glen Colurobtille'is a ..-_.. oiiii.0 _I ._-:_. ---I-i ,; HOUSE ,FURNISHINGS oW a ad t1rta ..s tne&I hS
introduction Donegal's, coast - per aot, and U el'ap at tfefctUMlJmte .

fiend I.'ir'iD 'ies.j thaii hallU 'mile, ,- -... '.; J- .......__ ...._ . . .,.
t What t Oiiudo but
from the sea the mountain rears its 'AfCOME' IN AND SEE US a that tense? psop -

kilght trae.i1j)Z,00l1 feeC IB? the ; ,.....,.. ., It.,..", bogIat lad. "r. .
Wand of Achill off the west coast of - InriJOIr '
: :Yoa e.t.._
Ireland, the cliffs of Crof ban, at :: W. M. SLEMONS 'au.it the ......
Achill Bead. rise sheer from the wa- -It jetto: boat'. ii:'
tort edge to the dissy height of a.uooLoudon lOG Bart not' '.s eele'Oraads t
_- Standard. AdrntiM to the Stntiad.NOTICB or pang:oonty profI f;t
there Is,sill op es Afor.u. .. .
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the Walter. rI'u : '
Defrauding -1: Or APPLICATION POJ TAX lID you aOastag that Rill S
IB a Parisian cafe an American offered DEED UNDO SBCTION I OP CHAP.TER 1Mb' hat
a. bora d'oeuvre sole, quean Our New Spring Stock is Coming In Ire, LAWS OP ,FLORIDA. Iu,stodt Isousy Rill .DOt; buy your it, gob: Ida

p.s sale, artichoke salad peche Melba taU, and st. mt.a .- ,
ad so on and when the walter ABel we will erer.to PI as Cheies lIld1ea If High Clue Geode Brim Notice of Is Apopki.hereby given Florida that pnrchater J.' Fnnklb,of 0. CARL JANSEN
brought him a bill of 80 francs be paid . .IN DRY GOODS ALL'THE'STAPLE AM USEFUL Tax CerUfleatct named below hu lieu said mr k ono I 0:..;,.
; certificate in I mj office and baa nude applieatloa > &' .
ft Hie,a mass After his change r was GOODS well FANCY sn4 FINE DRESS GOODS for tax deeds to ferae in accordance The banks 1
as aa SILKS, aadtllllltf the ....... aea "
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lIrouIt'eou jlt U41 p0ebetl with law Said eertifleatci;embrace the M-
franc toward thi/'waltH for t Up. But HOSIERY SILK'LMJt t AND COTTON, the Many Accesmrles lowing,, ,deaeribed' property, situated' in Oran ,- tbatRdo bow me. It Soy do DOt,. uk '
Coratr Florida town
la* man pushing back the franc said that Womi U",. Cert No.i 1ST dated ,July I, 1897 1 Lob
hi gentle reproach: t 4. I, I, Block A. ApopU weed in the

-Pardon monsieur but that Is thee Bargains Six Days in Every WeekWe name Cert of No.M..>25 G.$,WadiwcrtlL dated Jolt t, lS97t: Lot [
M&terfdt f raac." 10, 11, and II' Block A. Apopka, u tu din
thenaa e of M. G. WadiwortL .
I Cert No. Ut. dated July 6, 1897. Loti 11.
Cemfertlna.Old carry aH'tht time t bq a Meets, SHOES of the beet I 17. and 11. Bieek A. "Apopka. .......s in

S Croakybo-I think we'd better mattes aid ..WIIt.'III. KING QUALITY MEN'S,SHOES. I I the Cert sane have the passage and staircase,repa- i CRADDOCK TERRVg-WOMsirg SHOES AND 'CHILD' I -Apopka.' aueeied, in 'the name of THE d&JIGAR THATEYfRYBODY

pared while I'm laid op MrfUfHaotjaVMrs. j REN'S SHOES. NONE BETTO ARE SOLD IN THIS Unknown."Cert 'No. .$0, ,dated Jab I,. 1897t: Lob j
G. (his bo eeper-IAt/: lit, 2S tnd.24. Block A,' Apopka. waved in q
adnt yet better witfand sec ,'ew ytpss ,1 MARKET \ VSCttOSS the name M. a' Wadiworth.
aiakoaich a : 1BR i. FINE SUITS FOR MEN at $15.00. $20. Cert No. 241, dated July ft, 1897: Lot LIKES
OB fust Them,wfflns rid I 28, .tl. '0. Block A. Apopka sassed in
work wltb.iifll!>e.ae wall papers.Londoi 1 $..0O afld. $ G.8If.are uatmiauucJ: : for STYLE FIT ANT the name of M. 0. Wadiworth.
i i J CaR N. utr dated July i, 1897: Lots
Telegraph. QUALITY. 84. ,85. ... Block AApopka,- soused bathe ,
lit.Hlrd LORD BALTIMORE B(Ww SUITS WILL BE SURE TO Mate I of.It 0. Wadnrortk
Cert dated Nor.,4. fee. SW
Please. ; '' : S ,1895!
to I PLEASE,YOU. cor. NOlIOT. B, Apo ta;: ran E 100 BAWLlY'S
NWhy did she divorce her first bus I feet, N. M,'... Wet 100 feet 8 M feet,
: ...r. I weed in the name of 0. F. Harriaon. STRAIGHTS't'
Cert No.. '264- dated''' July f 1897: :Lot
"Ha.couldn't.keep,his._money." I S If, Block B Apopka (len 100 feet B and
y .
"And why Is attaining her present W fcrW feet N Ad 8 in SW cor) 'aneMed,
In the name of Smith A Frasier.
basband for divorce Cert No. 98, dated July ft, 1908: Lot 84,
"Hfi;;neb'i a .tf twa4. Hoaston W. M. SLEMONS : Block B Apopka .aaaeoed in the name of Get the best
Nat H. H.WltfcertotoB.- cfrar at five
J No. dated July ft 1897 Lots cents
t = Cert TH. : the next
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Two Good Ideas. '-, '- '. -. !' - .. .. ,- .... , ..,. .... "'" I Apopkt'atMiaedin the...name of M. G. Wads ,want to smoke-jade tor

8cott-It' a good idea w:>n angry to ...... 1Mir..'* ,,,,,...... ,, ..' -. .I ,wortli Cert z No. '271- dated July 1. 1897: Lots yollr'ed '-
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event ten before yon speak. Mott- A number of leading citizens of S( I --.i -"; 4.'*V', Btt. Apopka, ancaaed in the
eve: also -whentouched" to coat a Petersburg are agitating the"'question -- I name of M. Q. Wadiworth.Unkea
I> said certificatea ahaQ be redeemed
Ifcouwnd before, you; .lendBostonTranscript establishing, a-ionion depot in,that ;: NOE.'tmB. AIMSTRONG : aeeormnt to law; tax deeds will! lame thereon u
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: .the Seth day of My,,,A, D., 1918. .
city for the joint.nteoi_the,A. C. L, .1,5$5J5 7 Lr+t> 'Jsi.11t .it ,. < Theo my efldal aifnatnre and seal this I ,lid a m Orlando lid a sold

Discontent Is the feast of self reHmet. rairoad and the Tampa :&Gulf Coast The ,ARTISTIC PICTURE:FPAM'o#.Orlilalf oPIK@C" , IHh, .;,.o."y of,
UlslnflrmityofjHIL-sHierson. railroad,, now raider process of con- : Oranc Clerk Circuit County Coort Florida
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Louis C. Massey .President : Mr.Carl Dann,who thinks along the
I line of real estate transactions most
1. PktM Wtriow Yi s.Pr.. & ..ra >___ CI IIIIr : of his time, addressed this questionto
Hmri C,a keoek. Art Ctokhr sit A.Nsn4 Ar't CrlkrL Orlando investors:

You who have seen Concord Park I > > ', .'
platted and put on the market, are y -0 .. .'... _
THE.STATE the particular\ persons whom he wishes I 1 -. : j }'.,

N to address, and every body else ml I .
general. I ..,'If
It is a well known fact that when
BANK Mr. Dann and his associates platted
and put on the market 170 lots in
Concord Park many people thought '
h that the lot market would be.glutted ell INTEREST :'
r for several years. At that time val- 5 _.
Orlando .4PER
ues had not climbed to any thing like .
0 Instead .
H present prices and Concord Park was of
looked upon largely as an experiment,
I and lots were put on the market at
THE (HMST BANK IN THE CHY $150. There were a number of home Y

people who were long sighted enoughto

} -AND- see that Orlando was just beginning I

s her campaign of expansion and If yea have a savings recount which '. .
The Bank which transacts more business than these invested in Concord Park. But earns only four per cent either call, h
t telephone write
or and will
we clad-
most of the lots
were to outside
V Bank between Jacksonville and ly explain how the same money can
any Tampa people, some few for speculation, but earn Ave per cent and probably more.
the majority of purchases were for
homes. Concord Park developed
4 The large patronage of this Bank has been built up rapidly along with the city that so in I I

during twenty years by conducting its business on sound two years many of those same lots I

banking wants principles of customers.with careful The confidence attention to of the the publicis legitimate have known Mr.sold Dann to the for insists 1200.people, of and These this rightly are city.facts so, THE[ PEOPLES[ NATIONAL l BANK ;

reuected in the large amount of deposits that history repeats itself. ,
He is now putting Colonial Parkon
Average deposit Quarter of 1918
900000. the market, which all will admit I is

I more desirable location than Con .-
cord Park, and as Concord Park was
FOUR PER CENT PAID ON SAVINGS ACCOUNTS Mr. Dann's maiden effort, he has In ;
. During ri1 we offer City of Orlando .
'the past three years learned much in ( Five Per Cent Sewerage Bends at par,
',-... 'I the school of experience that has en- for cash or on easy payments.
I abled him to make Colonial Park amore
Our correspondent banks located in
every part desirable plat than was his' first

the world and include some of the largest Banks in the effort.
In Colonial Park the streets are
United States
wide and straight Connecting with

corresponding streets in the city, and
will be graded and as the company .

MISS CLAIRE ROBINSON GUEST .HAPPY own their own clay pit all principal ".'. ; :'. > : >.- < ... '. -. ;. '. ., ., '. < '
.i GATHERING AT PRESBYTERIAN streets will be hard
surfaced. All .
LECTURE " . .... : <. ...
houses will be set on a required and
r established line, and no cheap houses
Forty of the members of the La will be permitted in this addition.
; A Gift party in honor of Miss ,
quire Robinson, was given yesterday ,dies Aid Society of the Presbyterian The location being high, commands
church I
met in the lecture room yesterday a beautiful view of the city and
afternoon by Miss Millie Smith and sure -
other girl friends. morning and remained for on I rounding country. ,
. of their all day Sit-Arounds. M ra. I The longest and
straightest street
It was in the nature of a surpriseon
Mill Robinson and tin recognition J'hostesses. B. Magruder and and Mrs Bellows were I of the city will pass through the,!, ttiMMMMIMMMHMIIMftlltMMHWANTED. . ... . .. .
proved themselves most heart of this beautiful '
of her many kindly and unselfish suburban park.
thoughtful in their arrangement of A large number of lots have
deeds toward her associates The af- already
'a delicious dinner, as well as in seeing, been sold and several houses
a fair wore that sweet dignity that is new are
only imparted by the magic tygch of to the comfort and pleasure of their being built and many more will soon .

girlish fingers and brightened fir. pure, guests during the day. follow. A nice suburban store has H .

and beautiful ideas. been established and'it is puting on ,
:In the :center of the table around YOUNG PEOPLE'S GATHERING. the appearance, of a real city sub lb. .

which a large tin punch fair maidens bowl filled. gathered with ,gifts was A social gathering- for fathers, It It is is to a be fact a known residential to all park.our people- e 500' small feet to be fitted with small shoes at the

$-.I fresh cut. flowers mothers, young men and, young ladies l that no part of the city is more desirable )
-The pie cuds were enticingly will be held at the Rest and than this north east section,,,and
V novel, for,they weN the portraits! off I Tea room on Orange avenue, Thursday homes will be built by a' good class SHOE DEPARTMENT
Mitt Robinson b raelf.' evening.' Every young person 1!of people. People who come from the
from the age of 10 to 75 is invitedto north in search of a place for a winter : :
A salad WUrse situ the usual acces'itfrti -I come and greet, the pastor Re r.'homes:': the I '
made the refreshments readily see advantages of : of the .
up >
J restoq Boyd, of "the Emmanuel this part of the city and buy home
which were enjoyed by the girls 1 :
| Baptist church and learn something of I It is Mr. Dann's purpose to put this
_ The music of those yoU voices,! :
his l institutional .
ideas of church
an matter to the Orlando
square up peo
with the fragrance of the! i
fended that he would have built In 'our city.A pie who have a few,hundred dollarsto BIG WHITE STORE
'flowers gave life a sweeter tune to
church with the addition of a Y. M.C. invest. The question ha addresses
those who witnessed as well as those
who participated. A. and a Y. W. C. A. and 20th Cen to you is, do you want to participatein .
:f tury Club features, is badly neededin the that
Miss Smith is to be congratulatedupon profits are more sure, to

the complete success of her effort residents this city want and it.it Come can be out built and if show the come During than the they summer did in Concord season Park when? I These shoes are of the best makes of the best firms, but were

by your presence that you are interested people talk about business being dull '
bought too small for rapid sacrifice them
moving we must
in a church that will supply all here is an opportunity to do business ,

'y' MRS.. DAVIS ENTERTAINS BEAU. your needs; spiritually, physically, where you may reasonably expect rich to make
r .. NOT CLUB. mentally and socially. Come and get returns. Aleardy some of our shrewd
j... --, acquainted Come and exchange ideas. est investors have taken a few lots l They are truly neat Shoes for neat feet
A pretty card party took place yesterday Come and partake of the refresV apiece, and the wisest of them' will

when Mrs W.' M. Davis de ments that will be served free. Come have neat cottages on them ready to If wear anything under 3 1-2 D or larger sizes
+ lightfully entertained the members of and bring your friends with you. sell to our friends who come from any

the Beau-Not Club at her'home on the north In thef, alh Several Orlando! in A or B widths, you should become interested right now and
Slit Church street Those of the regular I A PLEASANT ARRANGEMENT men win "have homes'out there.

pilfers who were unable to attend I Any one who will take the trouble drop around to be fitted for only

{ sent substitutes and a few Mr. Vine Harding, of Macknaw,I to lock Concord Park over will see t
c, 'friend.'of the hostess were interested Michigan, the great summer resort,I value in the proposition. '
onlookers during the progress of the up in the straits where it is always I More substantial oeoole- are etti rag .
."Five Hundred" contest cool and breezy owns a fine home -in interested in Orlando than ever be: $2.25" .
Ai a reward for hu skill during the Concord Park in this city and spendshis fore and the city will show marvelous "
afternoon, Mrs. S. A. Johnson was winters here and thus pursues the development during the next two J'> 00' .f ..
presented with a handsome deck of (deal way of living yean An you in Unit
: playing cards, the consolation, ". There art no more delightful sum Mr. bann invites interested parties Sale lasts as long as stock lasts.
dainty vanity box/' being given to mer retort anywhere than these to take a ride with him through Colonial

Miss Mri.Millers Joseph, of Bumby McCliiniboro and Mm, 111 C. W. northern can no where Michigan be found resorts a, and more there delightful park Remember it costs you nothing to try See our big north I It

Smith assisted MM. Davie in the serve place to spend the winter AT THE FAVORITE TODAY
ing of punch and liter a dellcioui than in Orlando and Mr. larding U window for sizes and styles. ,

xt sated eourae a very fortunate man to be 10 hap the Little Partner minn.Nestor I II
The guest Included Mcfdames Mai i, pity 8itUAt d.I A beautiful western drama, I ':

low Lawton, Temple, OrannU, Kate How Ned Got the raise . . . ...Imp "itllllllllllllllllllMMMMIMIIMIMMIMMMMIMIIIIMIIimilMIIMMI" :
Wright, Gordon Wright, John-cm,1 I I At Kanner'a New York Bargain Comedy

Lawrence, Relehard Chalfont, JesephDumby tore, on Orange avenue, you will The eypsy Flirt .. .. . ... .Cry stalt@fl
Robert Howe, C. W Smith, always find what you want in dry. Comtd-DrAma
;# J. I* Oil', I P. Ci Thompson, Chas, goods ,shoe, and wearing apparel at Open two to five and seven to
Urtigya, E. T Asters, MU tae Mil} lowest price. p. m. Five cents to all (

"I never pay a perfectly beautl* NOTICE
If you want to buy property, sell, ful woman," says Pjeabla, the paint -
rent, or exchange, now is the time to or, "Who hut" Owing to the illness of MM, Mc
ty your want be known throughThe Neill Unity Circle will meet in Unity
Sentinel, Subscribe for the Sentinel. Chapel Wednesday at 3:30: p. m. 2t

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