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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 27, 1913
Frequency: daily (except monday)
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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 )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1913.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 1, no. 269 (Dec. 20, 1913).
General Note: J.F. Schumann, editor.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 4 (Feb. 14, 1913).
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Source Institution: University of Central Florida: Florida Digital Newspaper Library
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Related Items: South Florida sentinel
Succeeded by: Morning sentinel

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DEAD WHO FOUGHTIIFOB ,HOUSE BEFORE_THE CLOSE RULERS TELL ALL OF GREATEST POETS UNVEIL- THAT DEMAND SOLONS THE SECOND TIME
CALIFORNIA
' SOUTHERN :S 4TE OF NEXT WEEK. HIS PEOPLE. ED-IMPRESSIVE SCENE ENACTNO" FOR THE PRIVILEGE OF
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As the number of ofjGmfederate. Special to tae $Scitind. gpwkJ to Tic ScntfauL Augusta, Ga., April 26.-In memory I Special to the SentinelWashington OF USING THE BALLOT.

:erans':has:decretaed/ Memos al day Washington, D. C., April 26.-The Vienna, April 26.Germany has decided o f the South's four greatest poets,,I D. C. Washington, April 26v Suffragettes
,
April 26.
Ambassador
r has .gained a deeper..meaning: The richer a person grows the less he pays to stand by Austria if her presence Father Ryan, Ryder Randall, Paul. Chinda has informed- the. for the second time in a week again '

taps that are sounded, .:the prayers in relation to his property or incomeis there demands it, for antumnous Hamilton Hayne and Sydney Lanier,I United States through the State Department stormed the capital to argue why wo--

k ,that are said are for'a' great number especially shown under the present Albania, according to a report current Mrs. ':Eo W. Cole, of Nashville, Tenn., today that the i men should have the ballot and be ad-

of 'thOJe-'who supported'.the Confederacy tax 'system of personal property. here tonight This was learned fol formerly Miss Anna Russell, of; government would not recede Japanese mitten to suffrage on the same plane "

; and the day, as a day of memory which practically escapes taxation I, loWing'a conference between the Emperor -' Augusta has erected in the city of. whit from its demand that the Cal one as men, through the adoption, of a ,

and reverence, either for. .local or state purpose.These and the Foreign Minister andthe her birth, in honor of her father, the. ifornia Legislature enact alien constitutional amendment
I no
Although the outward show may. statements were made todayin' Minister at late lion. Chief those
j was Schroenbrun this Henry F. Russell, first land law, which'would be directed among present to plead
x :loo greater; celebration on Saturday .1 { the House by Representative Hull, evening. It'was announced that Austria I Demcoratic'mayor of Augusta after at the Japanese exclusively for universal suffrage was Mrs. An-

was 'characterized by 'a" deeper: of Tennessee, who is defending the will wait until Monday for the the civil war, a handsome monumentwhich The Japanese Ambassador people.in na Howard Shaw, president of the r

ti .feeling and a finer sentiment than any i income-tax which carried in the Un powers to take some decisive action I. will be unveiled here next Mon delivered the Mikado'e person National American Woman Suffrage r

past. obierYagse., j derwood tariff and estimated"a d regarding the evacuation of Septa I day. Hon. John Bassett messageto Association.' She was ably seconded Y

Under :'the ,auspices 'of ,the Annie .:] to' the .government of $70,000,000 a Montenegro.. I I. Master Whiteford R..Cole, a grandson Secretary of State. A Moore wireless, Acting by Miss Helen Varrick Boswell, president

: Coleman Chapter: of: the' Daughters rear,iD revenue. Should the Powers delay further j of the donor, will unveil the tablet was immediately flashed to President message of the '''Woman's National Republican

of the Confederacy, the ,ADdrew.'Carneg e is singled out asa on agreeing the united while Association
: upon' plan ,of. ; Chancellor J. H. Kirkland, Wilson, who is ; Mrs. Harvey W.
Memorial Day .was"o Southem.: shining example of those who :escape action, Austria will proceed eithe,of Yanderbilt, University, acting for Sylph for a three-day'a away rest on the Wiley, wife of the former pure food

S:day afternoon by.a service,in the.Opera :. taxation.' He holds four .hundred alone or from an alliance withItaly) Mrs Cole, will present the shaft to Similar telegrams were forwardedto advocate; Mrs. William Kent, wife of _

Howe at'three.o'eloek; after which. .million dollars of United,States or Germany or both to "vindicate her|Augusta and the South. Secretary Bryan the a representative from California, and Y
on train which
'quantities ,of flowers'were taken to Steel corporation securitiesomd{ winreeentlr' political and military prestige." I While Mrs. Cole was a resident of was carrying him' into California several others: Two Senators, Shaf- t

.thes cemetery! for ,the ;decorations of I II he paid the State taxes 'on Instead of- Scutari 'Montenegro ,;.Augusta the four poets, who were peace messenger of the administration. as froth of Colorado, and Brady, of Ida1'

I .,the graves of veterans :who'have" gone, $?.\A00 personal tax. might be given financial compensation I Tam personal 'friends of hers, frequently Profound is maintained ho, and the wives of two members .

to" their,final,retting)>ace. ,The 'New York City authorities increased i- and territorial recompense, includingnot gathered at her home. It has as to the contents secrecy' of these d of the Upper House of Congress, were

,
L The progrem'was, opened' :<;with 'a this assessment recently to only the.District of Novipazar but 'been*her wish for years to erect a and details of the conference messages before also ready to1 advance arguments for '_
'.: prayer by Rev. Boyd, thia'being fol- $10,0 00,000. The Republican Ipe *and the "cause." The
party perhaps Jakova, east of memorial those noted bards, whosenames Counsellor Moore and Viscount women were Mrs.
: i lowed by."NeI'Ir'Jy God ;to Thee" wedded to class legislation Scutari Chinda. Robert LaFollette
accordingto and in the villayet of Kossovo. are synonyms with' sweetness "The entire and Mrs. Sutherland r
:, matter is still* in
'song by the ait'east.. : Representative' Hull manufacturers of Utah.
1 j I wherever verse is read. The unveiling -. suspense," is the only Representative Bryan,
Captain/M. Rotinson.then' !gave ,,.has'..been' been in tariff partnership If Montenegro cannot be persuaded, of the monument will be the realization . sellor Moore could be.comment induced Coun of Washington ,State, was also among;

;;an oat Iiae' of.;;the formation' of Camp with, the government and waxed the opinion, prevails herethat collect-1 of her, fondest dream. make. to the leaders.

54, of the Confederate Veterans, fat For more than half century ive armed European intervention is. Mrs. Cole is one of the South'smoat The visit of the Japanese Ambassador Mrs. LaFollette argued woman was a..

speaking lovingly of! ,the comrades there. has been a constant struggle by inevitable: i j :prominent women. She and her to the State Department as vital .in tariff legislation as men
'
wM'brie.ppiNed'lab. the' gnat beyond. : |the wealthy to shift; the burden of < .It aly and Aastria-Hnngary being late jmsband' CoL E. W. Cole founded one of interest in the developments was and declared that every important
in
In 8yytiaslk,1891'tbiabrgaaL' : camp taxation the"shoulders and 'backs directly interested in the future of the, Tennessee Industrial School, a the'controversl, the merits of which i piece of, legislation before Congress

;J"i ...was.. . 'wMra membership ofthirtytwo .(the weaker, ,'poorer;and less influential1 Albania' communications between school,which educates boys and girls are now being widely discussed the. in the last twenty-five years had af

.. loco:i.Of"H1 er, eightare \ citizens.t Rome and Vienna are-being most actively on self-supporting and useful lines. members of Congress. by fected, women equally.

; alive today.The roll was.increas General'' -- debates- . on the tariff bill exchanged. Austria-Hungary: is She Is also founder of the famous Recognized "If the tariff in any way affects the
t 'ed:to MM hndnd and eight members will dose Monday and..Underwoodand Cole i lectures experts on International price for
ex- determined to act alone if she is not now in vogue at VenderbiltfUniversity Law we pay what we eat and
: .that the contention
"4 -itn-. iII t"; of 'whom ;are 'c dead pecti'to".,put. ?!the'-'biU'U_ ,,, io, I h the backed by the other powers. Therefore Nashville,and was instrumental Japan under say the of wear; if the trusts have anything to

} eleven. have,'leftrtte 'State; twenty- House before'the dose of the week, Italy ,is trying to convince Montenegro .. last year in bringing about I being discriminatedagainst treaty agreement in do with tie high .cost of living, women '
}' eight naBW;teH:recorded 'BOW ,in I Seventeen democrats who of the the '" by the should understand "
were opposed necessity of complying, {organization of the Southern. So-. California people, is without about it, said
found
<. tide local q 1 8. :Mr.Robiasons to:the bill and have refused 'to with the decision Mrs. LaFollette. "If the
.. { i !of the conference of siolpfioal. Congress. This last neaed tion. It is claimed .that if prices of the -

,t -AftilaMUIlI,. |,'\'V tsW... ..ifIt JiAsMAris%]*.JIMl4Ai'. .wausi :be;',bpund;by;the deiiaocraytic cause to European. Ambassadors...... ., in'London.. . J j orgatauwa as originated mainly discrimination: exists it is 04.the'a any actual great staples like beef,'sugar, oil, cot y
'w' ,
t ". ,
heMin the iwW-Crlaado -- -- -r St I part
eitr its > l
forgot support haven't been "time terfc
.woolensjire.
i :,given ,ag"aad"nproving a cial'and of Japan agaWthe.United tate ; ,fixed 1,1".monop1y, '
besrstiiii ti.- a L
half"U Leader,Underwood says toT make. '- .reasons . WILL SELECT POSTMASTERS b N'1! as well sty economical conditions: Senator Elihu,Root, whose disinterested if the tariti'affects the cost of the

J t- :;aid, in .dedag, -e tpiiSei for their, protests. MERIT. 1 I in this section i -C of'the country., i opinions children's food and clothes, the only
-we.feqpt,' not so 'much the men of Broussard of Louisiana __ are widely accepted as radical -
; : who is opepoeing Opposite the.old St. John's Methodist sound, holds that,the way to right the wrong Is
"- 66, as the spirit of those days, then it because of the schedule t treaty between! through national legislation."
sugar Washington, April 26.-If anythingwas church in Augusta, where Mrs.Cole's .i this country and does '
4 ,we. are:recreant oflwhet,we Deed, failed to the Japan, not give I Women
get support needed do the
: requested to'prove the father was buying.
progressiveness once a steward in Ninetyper
I Japan rights
t A chorus of:Airteen girls.. ateactively -' in. his speech. Other' protestantshave 'of the Wilson administration, it I a setting of stately elms, the monument . lands for any agricultural purchase or hold::1. cent of those who believed thatequal

: dresiedwbte, ; ., 'bearing fared no better with the majority was the recent order of Postmaster will stand. ': analyzed the pUlp ses.' He I suffrage would bring about any
tatn mm .;added' Bweh to the air leader. proposed land law in
>
: General Burleson respecting car di, Four granite columns which rise. California is a question only'of immediate radical issue in the suffrage ,
'and sang:very:sweetly two melodies dates to be postmasters. from a tall,base, supporting a roof of i which property I and declared that the real issue
in
loved of old; !!-Maryland, Ky Maryland ': SUIT AGAINST. LABOR IMPORT The no way represents aninfrinpment. in the
order
insists I granite suffrage
that hereafter carry out a pretty design,I struggle was
and "Teatiiiloa ERS.
/ the Old
Grounds.". ; Camp n'who aspire to be postmasters in and give to the Btaant sacred ap i ipearanee. whether in the interest of the home

small towns must be prepared to giveall I Inside the upright columnsa I and of society, which she maintained '

;Dr. John. W., Stag made a splendid Tampa, April 26.;Taking of evidence their time to the work. The department I block of granite bearing on its four THE WALTON HOME SOLD it was.

t ad.eas ,and after the singing of was begun here"t daYbeforeUDited will no longer sides an inscription Miss Helen Varrick Boswell
to
; permit its each of the argued
;1 Mr. and
"America, proaouaeed ,the benedic States Mrs. Arthur T. Walton
\ .Commissioner .Stephen employees to regard the postmaster'soffice poets with a quotation from their that a Federal law would be the
tion..i . Rogers in the cased' the government as a side issue for some other own writings. have sold their home at the corner: quickest fond surest way to procure
t against the Dwight of Jackson and West streets and will
Manufacturing business.' Many: prominent will. attend the equal suffrage.

x BALL > Company, which operates. .several Since the people. contribute the dedicatory services. 'The cost of the leave Walton Wednesday Ohio, where Mr. t

large cotton mills, in Alabama.. money: to pay the:salary, the people memorial Is :five thousand ;dollars.I bank. has 'accepted a position in PREJUDICE, A BAR TO JUSTICE.
:A-Sre. Oeoee.On A. Pachynakis i Greek is a
a ;; alleged have the right to expect that the
the'.home grounds at poplin, to have been employed by this, postmaster ? Mr. Walton has been the bookkeeper -
concern himself is ,HOLD'UP We
earning it, insteadof APPOINTMENTS. are proud. know that the
1S ,Saturday .afternoon, ''the local team to import Greek laborers, in dud- letting his subordinate in the State Bank, which position islature Leg
_
do all thework now in session at Tallahassee
"'walloped the Ocoee Pouoderites in a ing women and children he has resigned to accept a position f
to come to there will be need for fewersubordinates Washington is composed of who
April 26.In men have such
.Jast: gauge by s score of &.to & this country ands work in cotton mills keeping in his home'state.
: ',The feature;of,the game was mthe, in eopetiton'with{ American labor and;: thus a great economy with their announced policy of opposition Both Mr. and Mrs., Walton have regard for women that they refused
will be I
to
: effected. to answer the wail of those
1 last inning; the Apopka. boys>> made af ers. Peter Per inis testified:that he appointments believed to have made many-iriendadpring their stay who desired -

:jrand rally, putting in four'runs, thus and twelve others, 'were 'induced to BASEBALL been for political reasons;''Republican in Orlando 'who will regret to see to vote and hold office and carry
RESULTS IN} THE Senators have so far held : guns and act as jurymen and arrest
: forty of them leave.
j winning the am a come to this .country by misrepresentaioB.of up But there is always a
BIG LEAGUES. drunks and
( President Wilson's nominations for of those hang negroes and perform
ns
who
': IThe attendance to this game was labor agents acting,for the prospect leave Orlando all
other
small things that
?.-the largest on'record for this postoffices. In many cases where returning. are obnoxious
: sport.Dewberry manufacturing company; .* Special to the Sentind. the to the delicate and refined
Republicans have held feelings 'of
Wfl-
+ a
BM 1ee for Ocoee:. and National. up.

r j ;: 'for, Apopka:. Marshall, Gflba MRS. WHITE GOES NORTH Brooklyn, 5; New York, 3.Boston son nomination former President Taft PAYS FORMER ORLANDOITE women.The above is taken
from
attempted to fill the offices the Kis-
but
McClure Ulrick was HIGH COMPLIMENT.
,L J. ; ,- 4 .
S.Bellweld I ; Philadelphia, 10. unable to overcome Democratic simmee Valey Gazette and shows how
: ; .Mrs. Annie'White ..who Rttaburg,2 oppo -
e spendwinters her ; Chicago, 7. willinglysome
sition. men become slaves
,.:_ vs.; JK. uora. in the .attractive home' of I St. Louis, '6; Cincinnati, 5. >? The: Spring: Term of Volusia County political fashion. to
We admire
the
l pluck of the Democratic Circuit Court adjourned last
fiatorday afternoon proved, a wary CoL T. J. Watkins, "Dixie" Lucerne 'Ameriean. I Saturday
n Newspapers

|v"lively. place.for' :the little' village, of Circle, will. leave 'tomorrow.for j New York, 5; Boston, 8.: hi,gets orange less,than grower who says' that and the GrandrJury in their Presentment of cheap that politicians are the may mouthpieces

:, tfttfemd in ,the way of the baseball Atlanta,where she will spend several Chicago, 1; St. Louis, 0. we rise to remark he'now,does But pays the officers the following the. splendid womanhood of malign this-
the
: sped, at which :time the teamthe days:and 'Will visit other points in ...Philadelphia{ '3; Washington, 2. needs that Florida' compliment: land, but this wfll not settle
: ,Dora suffered Georgia, before going to visit her Detro&Cleveland, rain. : .. grower every, cent'that hmargin e- can "We wish to thank,the, ce his any quart -
:;hands of the I get, for his fruit, and the is honor, James W. Perkins, for his tion.The
spirited boys>> !son in Washington; D. C, where She unfailing fate
ZellwoodI : small between profit. and. to .:'-Eau of the professional politician I"
courtesy
the
I t'the,Iopsided, score I 10 w ill spend the summer. Mrs. White's TWO CHURCHES 1NITE. Gallic Record. during session, is doomed, and
and woman has had
..':TM : ae. resulted in. some- I host of friends.In this city claim her our efficient State atto rney, Hon' much to do,with
stimulating the bet
;fig 1 real. ball.playing and as a' resident of,'Orlando,.and indeed St. Fla. orable John C. Jones, for his able assistance ter ideas that
Petersburg, ,April>> 26.-The POPE, FULLY ,.RECOVERED.Special during prevail'among men.
: tam M White our, investigations in
.' "altiDr' bring rs. has become so identified two' Cliriatian'chnrche's :of thus Those treacherous
J " "' dry; rascals.who .
this his last by use
IW \ with the term of court 'iD ,this
;
J i t.::'.:::.J: ':),. ." .". Church-that workings'it is likely'that of"society she feels and, been'united after a split of several years, have to'the.Sentinel.'RoretAprtl'26.Dr.. county, and wish for him. every success to of money the and every foul means known
once more. The terms of political underworld
\ Falconia; the in his future get into
ftESKNT and
at career
much assure
WILSON'SN WIT as home '
...; ')1. here as, any place agreement were decided on after several Pope's physician, announced tonight him,that the,best wishes of the the. Senate and House of Representa
on earth Her friends will look. for- negotiations,'the two having that people tives, are wise '
pastors -. the Pope is fully recovered, and of this county.will follow him at all enough: to see that -
-The present of, Coles Univerefty ward to her return. / been classmates their methods
at
:, college, and that.he is, 'showing steady improvement times. are doomed when women '
| ;', .N.'Y., Princeton Univer- -f starting the union plan when they re The Bronchial ,affliction ",which get into politics and it is net

:*;and re>reaacked:;; "I.think that:the CALIFORNIA= THE Hewed their friendship .here.. One,othe'chur'ebes f' has proved the greatest source of s strange at all that these squint-eyed

';'president! : a raiversity.like ;Princeton 7'1N will:be',used,for a places ger,during'the Pope's recent'ilin din'S YE3 traitors to humanity array themslevos

.:: -sheaM hew+ :an easy time. It,ism Mr.. A. J. Adams, of California; is worship, and the other building Will said to hake been greatly reduced and against any measure that has for its F

,':]. jpdet. 'that>e ;could_elumber_. and in the.city for a feW/-dall, the guest be -removed :to make way, for.a new.i with the..continuance' of wanB.. weatter Mr. Rex Daniels, proprietor'AiaidePrcesng"ub of the object clean government.

"''ileep, 'here:alwaya.*' of Kr: W. L'DoUve./; lJ f church,.'to:be'one of the. handsomest 1. it ii believed that the Pope:wfll entirely boBBess :: has moved: his It is time to turn the light OIL II| '
.
\) T to the room at 21 East Pine .
Mr.
which Woalww Wilson, then the ; a: resident, of Orlando in St' Petersburg recover ,from this., 'trouble:

.:;jmsis-iutef. PriBceton,,replied,; 5"He for'about eigktjears and,bul t n', a ________ B _. ..1Speckl street, where he wfll-continue' { the bus NOTICE r 1 e:

\; keepeth Iaraelihiill neither at'a _- the beautiful hom,* now. 'owned by '''WEATHER REPORT. j revival mesa. Mr. ,Darnels has,: :Y7the honest 1'k',
irsilsep C Judge, Chene AAs .services.at! Bap work.built'up:a 'large trade in both ,
knowing i that Columbia = A
) Florida regular
: 'I Fair Sunday and Monday. tist,church meeting of the Municipal }
every night thisdaedS week'con cleaning and and
''' ' i'. _., might be expected ,Mr. _tailoring his eusto- League of
Adams
''. 'I J,'. aai ; ,: by.. EdwrdP. Pti fad him Orlando will be held at tie
"c ;
tt.l 1 ; -- ".:."'...ti.tt" retains ia.old love for the City,Beatiful Mr.'A;.B. Johnson and wife of Winter of'BWPtoo,.Ind., 'Ererybody:i iaviied.,, at the new',place of tomorrow tasi&ees.morning Civic ,League Eooas Monday nl tat7cfi0An

lIM. ". his never. .and is.pUjfcsed,to note..the.WOBderful i Boae,_are spending : ; ', : : interwfejg
. Sunday with. meeting is
C- $ It. r- _- .-. ... .. _- -
fatiba & / .
,.,;tIae'UaIW '" progrew 'that has been made frlada'in:' Orlando. : -J "J Jo . . looked
: : ' ,-7 feg his akeeace : '" Kaaeas Qty :""tton wfl:affealto Way;demand!, for: eeataDd, for.W. S.
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"Not';to Den. Who y_Know ,Citrus .
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In.lUt 1, wwk'a "Florida Grower" : that we have formed a'partnership under titer Suits
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William. Chate Temple 'offered his'I I above firm name; for I general 1: ; ;:
r Groveyfeat86OpD Gil dad : I. .' .<: r ,
.,., "AIabIIM" Estate for t60G80.00. I :' :, t
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;Mr.;Tease's .adve tiaement ittledtatt'tlw : .
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..Iftlbeen Minuted weUwota;-|100r; I I tmninmn aad are oefitrally-located in a ground floor*office at No. A : ..
..oq,tad. AtfAkbtm a"had:cost :
More 'than.;liSfJWOM;, He,give; M : 17 8. Ocaage'Avenue_ ,,(formerly occupied.by Hamilton'& Dunn :;

the reason1 between:these figure* and ,MUlinery), where we will be pleated to meet all'our old frieodaj-j ARE'MOWING A BEAUTIFUL ASSORTMENT OF {
those a t which he i?willing to sell,the :
' jajj g.redeetion fn.dtras fruit tariff : .and. to.make- -new'ones., t _. =; ELKS ANDSATINS'ALL COLORS, DRESS GOODS
x ,.aftdrconveyed the impre on to the : ffl ,ALL'.m.. }''U.-r1PATTIINS. FOR OLD AND_
public that he-.-sacrificing theselPPeties I Our list of,city and acreage. property is surpassed by. none, YOUNG. WHITE CANVAS- "-SHOES. THE DISPLAY'h

it',about :one-third theirBelieving : CONTAINS ACCURATE-ILLUSTRATIONS OF THE
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ftUut. .SEASONS";BEST AND LATEST CREATIONS, 'AND t'
reeeited/ and that'the prieei at the quoted values by rep-Mr.I;I :Lord, .&;Bradshaw ;B WORTHY THE'ATTENTION' .OF IVHIY"ORLANDO I

Temple the properties would be a bar- : -r1r luN. CALL' nf AND ACQUAINT YOURSELF

,fain,..reganflew\the.,propeed,tarif.wvision : 17 S. MAKE AYE WIANW, Fli WITH TBI REASONABLE IU10r OUR GARMENTS
group of persons, promi- : lllillllllMllllllllllllllllllllllilllllllllllllllllLIGHT AND,THE PRICES-.
aently connected with ;the business
mod"dtroa,,interests of.South!,Florida, 1.
jtadertook .the,t formation of a oorpkration ,
to buy and.'operate Mr.,Tern- ;
pie's groves THE "Kanner's New York

The Committee of the subscribersto '
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< the proposed corporation visited : '
PATH TO PROSPERITY
Winter_Park,and after e careful invest.fgation -
f reported: 'The property may : "
"Store
J "le,-,and unqestionably is, an ,ideal Bargain
,winter,home, where a man of.wealth :Merchants who use Electric Signs never lose

.amy spend, his..I.I'PIUl'f. q die- their i way-by choosing the wrong road to suc .
fates, but as an,investment for the ,U You Weald be Posted be a, Dafly Visitor to tkk StoreShaaaftanrt ,
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his cess. You simply cannot'ail to attract new .: \
' t aan' who must,make living cut .
,.f,,orange'growing! it :is'not..ttract- customers if'.you,use an,Electric Sign. It acts -
,.m in the :least" like'an irresistible magnet, 'drawing all the te - _ ..::
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The report if submitted as opinion fiHIIIIilillttn
sly been trade within its reach: That .is the reason ": '
,having requested, partiestiairing "
+.to purchase..the.P periJ.t .to they command the attention of buyers
favestigate,.it, in'answer to the:pobJWied I 'I L [ n tOO1etnst :

1 adrertiaement .of Mr.,Temple.A ., For ,Every Store Owner : J.'B.lllcKAy.'I I ,

CONTRACTOR AND SH.eAISDELL P. LIIIM
warehouse 200:feet long'and 60 .
No.matter how small. his business the Electrie BUILWBL
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feet wide : constructed ,"OPt11 ieii'Al WIIk.
:fD the,Atiaatic Coast Line.righUf-; :Sign is' the cheapest; and mosteffective t PrIeM Tint Are ut r
,Walker street for the:Irasiaess i 01AM
way near advertising.Phone iI jli .
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: ;of. the'E.. 0.,Fainter ,Fertilizer : J 'WtrirGitraiftMlHllillllllHlllliMilill ..
for'our ,call and sub
.. Sign Designer to
(Company,-wWeh concern is soon expected :
; ':'to ertaWiih?::a)bract 'iI,.:'this j I mit a sketch. '; ....

:_ ". :4t1.,.Another Marge warehouse :will !I No Trouble to \NoExpense.to:You \* i,s iaiIsIsi tefete &*** phi aid k.pre-.
,eon' be',bait American AgrieaJteal Chemical Company : 1AMiILAJO wHi"U the stedt ad j iMlnMiete"lit: kt '''r
-' ;mother. large, corporation which, I I .cued tile prleerlgH. lieeic.tiq_.re muI.sur,:"J
wig ltd eyes on the many, 'advantages, I ,ELIJAH ,HANDIIIMIMIIIMIHIIIIIIIi; .
moll. "Dr.I.IdIIt eeerllHw .ltiel .
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tocbe'gaIaed'by locating a depot .inV I FMrel DInder 'r ,. ..
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: .' L\L.WPatee; :, ::' ... >.- 7:30. P: m.. ."
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::, .,"Christian-the Mora"H.R. O'Neal f SRut,, MONAS, UNDEIWlAl. fb" PRICK. t
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,"' ::' Srrie .still a. mand 7:30"p.- m. i .. FOTBOCSIHOLD 'GOODS AND ,SCHOOL ., "'-# IN LARGE QUANTITIES -:' :;
wattk League' ;,6:30 p.;m. H.. A. i-]forn%'Sennon"How to Fi&Life" '81J 'L1I& i -' fE .
: rn.t' DeilViT. !
;: P'iI. Evening Sermon The Value of ,
if leered.Concert,,7:80 p.:a.. Sal? 't

>, "fJ; Organ'Prelade,'"Bridal..Sonr".C, 'j Junior, Endeavor Y ,at 3 p, m., Miss r McCULLO HJSDEPARTMENT F orida Metal Go. :

,t. '. K:t- Mobte, Briggu; SuptSeaior : ., : :
.;' 2. .Hymn'and.PrayerIf -t' Endeavor:6:30:p. m., I [
._:, .Cbona,,"The.Iara'i.Myt, -, ,, .Priyef,Meetag Wednesday at 7:30 I STORe : McNEH-DAVIS BUILDINGTHeBestistheGheapest '

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,' Male Quartette, MBo ck'of'Ages"": Visitors and strangers eorolallytinaU Phooe.41.

!' ;.....: ... Yit d1o, .services.? Special"muric.Setifree. OPPOSITE. POST OFFICE: 1 'rr .''t l'.J"'a'i't. .,. ..,..,_." ... '. .
'f .0;I.". ,Chorus, "Saiicr; 'When Night.L .' .t . . . - .
olPob the Sky,"'SWIey. ;. G: CALL and BE CONVINCED: .
'.' :&, Solo,."Like As ..Hurt;D<- ,ChrkUdelBUan I T Ef ,
&,; iheth", 'Miw' Lillian Kabr''LMi l 'D. Memorial services 10:30 a. m. .5
"LOWEST 4WAYS'My
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7.. Offering,"Song Witheet Words'? 'Lecture 7:30: p. nt, Subject "What.
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a \:8. Hymn.. ;.. Chrutadelphian Hall, Davis & Me- \
_:-j,. Duet,"."Twilight" Nevin, Miss' Nei11.Bloek. Welcome; to .all SO GET THE BEST OF I l
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AMERICAN COMMISSION OF AGRICULTURAL : 'Paints 'and ,
I Wall:
1" 11:' Hymn. COOPERATION.New : Paper ,
11Or, :Postlude*Doa...NobeswMeiari Cost Mark Is

;'- York, April .-The members 1 THE 1912 WALL PAPER IN SAMPLES

I* of the American Commision on Agri- 1 IS GRAND AND I WILL BE PLEASED
ST. LUKFS.CATHEDRAL"Fifth .
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cultural Co-operation, who sails for '
I ,1;.e Europe.tomorrow on;the Sazonia. ,,to ; "Black Nigger12415678,19O! ),SHOW :THEM., ALLYOU: HAVE'TOIX '

; SMdayiiafter.BafW.i, make an' exhaustive i study of Euroi .). ,IS TO TELEPHONE AND I WILL e
.Early Cetentioa/;06.Sonday peak eridit ,'w "e.;givena d luier'at ; BRING THE SAMPLE TO YOUR HOME ,
:" "School, 9:30.: the Hotel McAlpin tonight, by E. N. i r .
:Morning Prayer, 10:80.Celebration Bretung.f Yesterday :President Wilson M : ;
of Holy.Onions and I I bid the members bon voyage at GEO.'A. BARKERReduced PHONE 268

NA1on,1L, r the White House and:',the Secretary r' ..r !
1 Evensong, 3. of Agriculture accompanied the partyto If you' want anything in.the Gents' .
.The new Dean, R Edgar: A Sher. New York for the dinner. Walter -- .

: ', H...,,Page. ,;'the. ',appointee- to' the..'- post ; :* 'Fuffiishingiine now is the ac.eepted -. =
of Ambassador of the Court of St5 ; ,
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James and his son, who ,
Trine ; ;
Prices all' ; {
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win accompany"the commission on its ,
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r jill preach: both ntenmvg aadeveD-:; ; \' ')I

jag TUc i U{. beiiui8I.otr. t ,,&UCWOfA..,L- L of.the' commission" ,whichwOl lheL t RQBERTSONBelere : -; L .PATTERN. HAW

oi'recivsl.asts: I\frp.l-$ f;b$/u ler jthe;direction| of. the .
The : .i li Oeii4 in'MM 4.es..11 Southern Commerdal Congress, of Ii : 'n .,
.peelaUl.i. the ..... of ill Ghee which Senator Duncan U. Fletcher, is !I i: '

:ol, ., presideatand} &,Clarenee J. Owens, '
,!.M a ,t1 !*,wiq b1 .p.. managing.director, includes a threemonth' i HANDBAGS' AND NECWEAR; U C
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'_Mocaing scarce at11o'deek. Hangary,"Austria, G rmanYi'Den.- mv, &J to let.. send you the :
t: Swday .sdwri.at -,9:80iOtto.Lbk. '; : ( -; Sweden,, HolanaV l Belgium, Weekly tetiiel It'wffl keep you FETNK, H YBJtVMawif ;

(4 j riattIW.\" n France, England>> ,and. .Ireland., thorn posted on the happenings : adwer 'of+ArtJietalStoa f
*'B. Y..P.WU,M6; : 04. '>, in this section fell It &e office and ,-FaBcy Ceboos'aidOreuneaUl I1SSES,1WflLTON'"DUNN'' r

t I'f a c. -:. ..nItI' .. :at. .'f'.'1..:...,':., ?FOR 'RENT. Two"furnished: rooms lotus show you a' copy. It only .:' WerkLivingston !
for light housekeeping,'$8 per mo. costs a dollar a year.
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courteous appreciative service.. All of these you will find here, and it 'is.


this fact that is responsible for the wonderfully business which


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'. .'. .. : l ternooiTat Memorial service : \;': # ::: i : : : .
.j ; ..was.' amaetert ;: : y; ;. :
c x '.:> ; ; $refo; .. 'It' was a eempeadium : i" ,
of Ideas the ,
,..,.. exemplifying. highest -

', : banished'type-'of geographical civilization.lines That and address looked When You Choosea"Gift'of.Jewelry""

into the hearts of 'mem and saw the : ,
: ; hopes and anticipations 'ofa: better '
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civilization and"a more correct nationality -
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which is -now dawning: .

: We:submit herewith parts of. that "
: excellent and timely address: '
if : "It was Jan. 21st, 1861 that Stephen
? -, R. Mallory said in the Senate of the
r, 'M United States: 'Florida came into the THEN YOU MAKE A LASTING GIFT THAT MUST

TkF, ;. Union fifteen years ago upon equality BEAR EVERY TEST OF TIME AND JUDGMENT AND

is ie with the original States and their TASTE. WHEN YOU SELECT FROM THE STOCK OF
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:t?; rights in the Confederacy are equally
EVANS YOU ARE SECURE. FOR HERE
A EVERY PIECE
t her rights. From the Union' ,
gov-
EVEN THE MEREST TRIFLE-IS CHOSEN BY '
the EX.
erned by Constitution as our.fath- >
ers made it, there 'breathes not'a se- PERTS WHOSE KNOWLEDGE AND TASTE HAVE WON
1' cessionist upon her soil; but a sense RECOGNITION.
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i1< of injustice, equality and insecurity THE BEAUTY, THE STYLE, THE WORKMANSHIP
'' produced by the causes to which I ,
ARE ALWAS THE BEST.
have adverted, is brought home to the
r. : J. reason and patrionism of her people; EVANS FAIR AND 'MODERATE PRICES ARE AS FAMOUS -
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'J and to secure and maintain these AS EVANS' BEAUTIFUL AND EXCLUSIVE DESIGNS .,
rights which the constitution
no '
COMPARISON OF VALUES INVITED
"1i longer accords them, they have placed ... ', .,'
': the State of Florida out of the Confederacy ' :'
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.i'E pose of the men of the South, who

;.' moulded opinion that, finally led to
action, resulting in the greatest war of
-c.i; all time.

'.i} I cannot give the exact figures, but T.I1.vanstheJeweler

:? there were only a few thousand people
E in the South, who owned slaves, '
lot as compared with the millions who .
to did not own them. At the tribunalof OPPOSITE POST OFFICE '

:; i history, slavery will play an insignificant EXPERT REPAIRING AND ENGRAVING.

part in the explanation of the ..
IfI causes leading to.the. Civil War in
ti' the United States. :

"For the, guidance of the younger : .
people of this section, it may not be I

cc i out of place tabluate, the status of I
b I conditions in Florida. ,

"In 1860, of the 78,000 whites in

: Florida, about 25,000, (men, women SILK

.. and children,) constituted the slaveholding 1.TOOKINGS.1
s: class namely, families whose
'an members actually owned one or more
negroes. The census denominated

1,175 whites in Florida, "planters.
.: 't There were then within the State 1,123

.s .farms of 100 acres or more and 1,157 For Day '
slave-holders who owned fifteen or
.3r I
more slaveS These figures suggesta
x: certain correlation of farms, slave and Rll1fi1rwnrkP
:, ; : holders and "planters." Two hundred '

and fifty of the slave-holders owned
; :\ fifty or more slaves and 288 farms or"plantations" EveningWear

4, consisted of 500 or more

acres.. ,>,
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tom-1' "Forty-seven planters owned from .
} 100 to,300 slaves'and'77 "plantations"included

1,000 acres in extent 3,995
slave-holders, of a total of. 6,152,
? i owned less than fifteen negroes, each. '
This shows slavery: to be insignificant, I ; ; >-
particularly, when there were less I
Our Personal Guarantee .
.f than 4,000,000 slaves in the United
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:! "To come to the grievous factors in Accompanies Every Pair _, ': e

I the situation: President Buchanan in

his message of December 3rd, I860,
: said: 'A sense of. security no ,longer
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1 place to apprehensions ,of sevoile. in- .
: surrection. Many matron throughout .
At I the South retires at night in .
x :' : , dread of what may befall herself and
B EXCLUSIVE
p her children before the morning. MILLINERY PARLORS
Should this apprehension of domestic

f danger ,,whether ,real or imaginary
extend and intensify itself 'until.it E Second FloorState

shall pervade the masses of the Southern -
:
: people then, disunion will be. in.
i evitablk Self preservation is the

first law of nature and has been im-

1 planted in the heart, of man,'by his that advocates it It is a gross with peteions and evidence from all county seats were denied. Why was

Creator for the wisest puporses,and wrong to the States that make pro parts of the county, showing that "the Orange county divided?
"ff*' no political union, however fraught test against. At the same time it people" of the county did not want'division Because of political treachery of

: with blessings and benefits in all other is equally a wrong for the governmentto and were unqualifiedly opposedto the worst kind., Until Florida politics ,
'- ,16 respects can long continue, if.the presume that the Union implies the it He presented the case so clearly is purged of a lot of desreputable,

t. necessary consequence be to render holding of such power, or the possession before the committee that they politicians, there is but little hope
: the homes and foe-sides of nearly 1ialf of such rights as that, so to were soon convinced and telegraphic for honest people.,

the parties to it habitually and hopelessly speak, the personality' and the' I individuality reports received in our city yesterday

insecure.' of the humblest State in the stated that the committee would report FIGHT FOR IMPROVEMENTS

"We, the scions, of the Soldiers of Union, may be overridden by the government the bill unfavorably to, the Leg -

{ the Southern Confederacy ask the islature. The vote being seven against During the past winter the Sentinel-
t people of this union to consider the i the division of DeSoto county and one has been
}f: : fighting lone handed for bet-
: acts in all the Southern States, during favoring it; one did not vote through
t, Subscribe for the Sentinel ter conditions in and around our railroad .
Reconstruction and then tell whaled
us being absent or for some other cause. stations. But when the citfcouncil
-. i to the Civil War.
Strong delegations representingboth
appointed a plumbing inspector
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"I am now up to what I wish to DeSOTO COUNTY NOT DIVIDEDThe sides of this question have, been I he -
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gotbusy and soon found
; It of DeSoto have conditions
discuss, viz: Our National Forma- people county Tallahassee. for several days pressing i bad at both
depots had.
{ tion beginning in 1821 and now 'on its been on tip toes for the past several their claims, but we have very been pointed' out the as
by Sentinel and
in anticipation of the outcome in
gravest stadia differentiating between days strong assurance that the division Inspector 0. A. McIntosh has
insistedon
the States' government and the I the Florida Legislature of the DeSoto bills will be defeated easily in the conditions
7, :, national government : County division bill, proposed. by Senator " Legislature. being corrected and has
that ,the'same
promise
wfll
be done.
{ A Concise Statement of Fact Cooper: in the Senate.
1 The House committee on county organization Now the Sentinel insists 'that the
c" "Certain it is that it has taken this Senator Cooper last week ..introduced ,
4 I i after his bin creating Trabue county held up their hearing untO depot building ,of the A. C L. R. B.
: country fifty years even having I
the bill creating Broward should hove
county was some changes made before
\t had the great war to understand that from the southern portion of DeSoto,
presented to the House when they another winter. The general
,\'i of this nation can not be made after the with Punta Gorda as the county teat.
,
took up the matter and passed on both wating room is too small by a half
referred ,
f e and the was promptly
same
,intention of its founders, who, through
i. : division propositions yesterday six months in the year, and the location .
of i
senate committee
the
:, ) oppression, by governments, were do.termined to on county or -
morning. of the
:" ,_.f' i to form government that ganization. He secured a favorable .f Express office, with its
Just when these bills will be immense amount of trifle is
: could not destroy individual liberty report and had the bill passed throughthe reported a con.
A-.V
back to the House stant menace ,to life.and limb.
; a and bulwark itself in monarchial senate without, 'oppoaiti we are not able The
:w ; : rights while claiming to be a republic through courtesy to.'the.. gentlemanfrom to learn, but beyond question they. Express office should be built on the,
-,'t I' DeSoto. will 'be defeated and DeSoto ountJ.will' lOuth.end of the building and the
unless, States rights were guar- ,
: ; be remain intact-the greatest and present office should be converted. intoa
the
.;, ry ; anteed. And they hit upon precisely This,was procedure;,expected by -
,. : this, idea of imbedding sovereign I!the tnti-dmsloniflts and ,on protestwas grandest county of South Florida' -:: ., waiting' room. .
r t... ) by rights in the Union of all the States, made to itt ,passage 'in this DeSoto County News' This would, relieve the congested
;:' : -]I,so' that this Union could never' rise branch of the Legislature.The The above shows. what a: dirty deal condition of the .general room and'
.. 'f-. above the rights of a single State. real fight opposing division op. Orange county t'at the'hands of a men 'would. bane. a,;- place to saoke
"it;>; : "This is the,Union, and in my judgment ened when.the biD.... referred to the lot of :jascrajpeloas T politicians oho without 'blowing;;aide- all, ova, the

;: ,, there is no 'State that has now,, House 'vtten'.to.the' 'committee of swapped away the, rights of, the pea ladles.
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R.Y COLI Now, just a word about taller t
SHIRTS
NEW r
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Oar customers say that we and we guarantee you a fit, or

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

the very niftiest patterns and first misfit suit to see yet. Wt t}

color for our shirt department know how to take your measure \.

and the English-American people ;
We want to show how well ;
you
know how to make the a

MEN: FOR WOMEN: FOR CHILDREN we live up to our reputation.Here Clothes. t

r are both soft and laundered Every piece of goods shown ia Jour
WERE CINDERELLA A REAL PERSON SHE WOULD .
t Coat Shirts with plain and line is guaranteed to be'al k .
z BUY _HER SHOES AND HOSE FROM US; THEY HAVE
wool and they beauties.
are
i pirated bosoms. Some with ,
r THE STYLE AND MAKE THE FOOT LOOK TRIM. WiRB-
French caffs-some with attached Look them over, even if yot ;f;1

SHE ECONOMICAL, SHE WOULD BUY OUR SHOES AND don't buy. We win be glad it
soft collars-all representingthe
HOSE; THEY WEAR A LONG TIME, AND, QUALITY show them to you. These suits
I 15- most artistic color effectsin .
lower in than most of
are price
CONSIDERED, OUR PRICES ARE LOWER. WHEN YOU
solid and fancy patterns. Materials the "hand me 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
ands Solsette.I . they wear twice as long. Examine *
JUST ONCE; YOU WILL ALWAYS COME TO US AFTER I them. ;

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Henry Brumbade and wife who have EMMANUEL,BAPTIST CHURCH. BUILDS HOMES FOR ORLANDO- NOTICE 1 The Bradford County High School cF
k purchased 'real 'estate in this .
.. county
WAIl ITES commencement exercises are now in
THETUNEB have gone to their home in northern Preaching by the pastor, Rev. Pres- --, Public AuctionMonday progress' at Starke. The commencement -
TAI I .
ORLANDO, FLA.J. .' Michigan for the summer. ton Boyd, at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. I Mr. J. P. Manning, one of NewJersey's April 28th, at 9 a. m. sermon takes place tomorrow

,Subject'Of morning sermon will be:t I citizens who Of the Entire Stock of the Orlando and on Monday night the final exer-
Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Robinson accompanied "Restfullness." several y1iO' Sheet Works Cor. Main andE. cises with ?
fell in love with Orlando and Metal' of the awarding of certificates ;
by Mr. and Hrs Howard Babcock Sunday,school at 9:45 a. m. her Pine Street. and diplomas will occur. Dr. A. A.

C:,, Brinkerhoof,. of' Knoxville; left by automobile yesterday; Prayer service at 7:30, Wednesday ing several genial climate winters, here has,been has becomeso spend J. F. LUTHER, I Murphree, of the University of Florida '

Teaaeseee.is speeding a, few clap'mthetitJ. afternoon for Daytona Beach, where evening. embued with the Orlando building BILLY NOONEY, Receiver.: will deliver the annual address. '
., they will spend today enjoying ocean Services held'in the Rest and Tea Auctioneer. It I
. breezes. Room spirit that he has reported to his I
on Orange avenue.
A I- old carpenter tricks and while he THEATRE'MONDAY. A company with a capitalization of .
')(r. David W. Conrath after.spending The church is considering teh build came to Orlando for his health/Mike LUCERNE I I$25,000 is being formed in Leesburg
Mr. Payson Branch who has been
has ing of an institutional church in Or- I
several creeks in the city returned -
in several I many of the rest of us who come here for the purpose of erecting and equip-
I the city days visiting his lando and,desire to have the
reels.
to Mahaffy, Pa.r expres- Three Special feature pro-
for our health, he improved rapidly ping an up-to-date fruit packing 4
parents, received a telegram yester- sion of.the citizens, whether they are -
calling'him Valdosta GL that he soon had good health; gram. house. The latest machinery is to be
has day to church members or not, on the feasibility "Memories Of His Youth" Lubina
;Miss Marguret Boose, who i -
he plenty'of it, and an appetite for work, installed with sufficient capacity tpack'
where has
been a' winter 'geett in Orlando :has a good position in a musical of the plan. {in fact he could not be content without very beautiful drama, which appealsto I at least four cars a day. The
home Pa. organization. The public welcome to all the ser the hearts of
to her .at McKeesport, everyone.
gone ; he was at work; consequently he house will be built by independent
v : vices. J went: to work at his trade and has "The Stolen Bride," Biographamost ;i growers.
Mrs. Helen Rollins sent several
Mr. W. C. LMrion, who has been Luilt a number of Orlando's neatest!' excellent story. ;
; a goes* at:tin;Wtodemere left yesterday i radishes to this oqce that.belonged to OFF FOR'THE ST. LAWRENMr. ,houses. "The Elder Brother," Edison-two

l' ,for KM'tea* at"Alliance: ,Ohio. i the freak class. They seem to' be I Last spring he went back to New brothers both love the same girl but The shipping of tomatoes has be-
t
;,. ...-' i bundles.of knots .strong together like and Mrs L A. Travers, who enjoy .J(Jersey but only made a start vent the younger and weaker brother, wins gun. There will be several packing

I Mr*:!Qareaee- '.Young 'and .family, i beads, and,undoubtedly! are,'produced one of the finest winter homes in''I returning, here in July, and aln.r>st her affections, but her father, how houses engaged .in.packing tomatoes.The sy
,i by. ,the same cause that produces root Orlando leave tomorrow for( refuses to his be- crop promises to be a large one
who have. spent:the winter in the city '* night immec'ately went to work bciidmg( arouse ever, give consent
have gone to:)heir summer'home at knot ".. their summer home at Fine View, St4 foe Mrs. V. B. Cuapman.. at cause of the dissipation' of the young .and will bring a large sum of money
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Btflview Pa. \ ----- Lawrence, River. I 306 north*Orange avenue, Reich is man. The older brother nobly sacrifices into Plant City. This season will close
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--- It will be :well for people; Interested They ,recently completed a modern recognized as ,one of the beautiful his own life and pleads for the 'about June 5. This .has been a wonderful -
a _in;the.advancement,of the.Christian'religion and wil I of his brother. A season in the Plant City section -
Mr. Anthony and Mrs. JulA en- bungalow come back early homes of Orlando. Next'he remodeled happiness younger

gram who,.have been winter renieetein0rlandft .. in; 'Orlando to' keep. inBHadfo.Jptt'M next fall to occupy it again. hotel Pines, at 103 North Orange very beautiful story which you should. for vegetable shipments. First
r. :fcave' gone to'> thr"liarinv ;wfaalmsetiags oftbmst&ptiat The Sentinel will follow them. aT ,*'*W erbr"Kr. I. J. Horner, see to enjoy came the strawberry, which,held the
.. i :Church. and arrange attention of buyers from December'
: t Pg, ,. j and made this popu'ar winter hotel Matinee 3:30 to.5 p. m. Five centsto
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to attend. \ 1 to March t Then came beans,
Mr. W. E. Johnson, representingthe one of the most attractive and com all. potatoes

; :Mr. Roy
from Elgin ,ffll are \.visiting their Tomorrow night the Orlando Lodge in the city yesterday, transacting i But that which has attracted the cents; lower floor ten cents. vegetables and now the for the.
: : Schnarr of Odd Fellows will celebrate the I business. Mr. W. L spring will be the tomato crop-
Dolive is the
mother, Mrs. :John at 2511 most attention is the bungalow, just
ninety-fourth anniversary of Odd: Plant City Note in Times-Union.
Wert.Church street. local representative. completed for Emma G. Martin, of STATE NEWS
I Fellowship in America. A splendid I
.- "Northern Pines" at 604 Magnolia -
'Mr. John L,Wood, who has beenlinthe t program has been arranged and all Mr. J. G. Kirkland, the courteous'Ave. This is recognized as the most The St Augustine Board of Trade

? city for a few weeks 'has'left for Odd Fellows and Rebekah's are i 1viteeL division Passenger Agent of the A.t beautiful. bungalow in the city, and has been reorganized and is now planning Paul A. Horn

: the'north:and will spend a few days Meeting will be at 8 o'clock. C. L Ry., Co., with headquarters in this is saying much for Orlando, has to do a great work for that

: at Jacksonville. Tampa, was in Orlando in the interests many beautiful bungalows. In aUt town.

\ I I Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Purdy, who own of his company yesterday. his work Mr. Manning has demonstrated (CONTRACT -IIJII.JEI. ,
;
: Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Coe who hive\ : the beautiful home, "Asthabula" at that he is a skilled and pains-,i The cucumber season has opened at REPAIRING ".
A
4 been enjoying Orlando life at.the! Lake View- leave tomorrow night!for The Carl Dan Rearl Eestate Co. taking mechanic. He will go north Williston. At the present the ship SPECIALTY.

.,' popular Windermere .left yesterday their home in Asthabula, Ohiowill. does not know winter is over. They in about a week and will spend most .ments are small, but by the first of P.O. Box 624 .' Orlando, FU.
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: for their home in Philadelphia.John .' Their host of friends in Orlando sold to Mr. C. B. Robinson a nice lot. Qf the summer among home scenes I I II next week, they will be going in large

-. -. be glad to know that;'they 'will- return on Lake Dot, also nice lot in Colonial 1 and old friends, but will return in the I quantities. A

Mueller'and John Kineart, twoptwaineat to Orlando early,next,fall.lrIf.. Park to Mr. J. R. Yearby-Keep thegood fall, ready for the.campaign of house ____ iMlllllllllllliiiMMiAutos x

dttens, of Gotha' were in Purdy will have,a..new stock of fish work up: Don't let the meeting . boiling: Mount Dora is to have a bank in

.Orlando yesterday transacting' business .I ing tackle. drag. A mechanic of his abaility has no 1 the near future. Plans are already

and shaking hands with friends. trouble in getting good contracts and' under way for the building and nearlyall ;
For
Mr. Arthur Butt appeared in the Mr. Geo W Webster and wife who I the Sentinel expects to hear of his of the shares have been sold. Reit at r

Joseph Stutter a hardy dutchman, Sentinel office yesterday afternoon, have been enjoying the winter'in Orlando ! connection with "a number of good -

hat',purchased twenty acres of land holding a mysterious object in his and have :many friends here,' houses within the next year. Hon. A. L Von Kern, one of Aiy IMUTSevei

in,,this county and will. try Florida hand. Upon investigation, this provedto have returned to their home at Cort- Starke's oldest and most influential

farming.'. He comes from Pennsyl be unusually la.rge'egg, which land, N. Y. The Sentinel will go to The canning factory at St.. Cloudis citizens, died Tuesday morning. He Pastier

: vania. weighed three and three-quarter them each week to keep them postedon in operation and all sorts of good was mayor of Starke for several years

,: ounces. This is big enough \for the Orlando afairs and to remind themof things are being canned for future and will be greatly missed in that STEVENS M1IYEA

Remember that the Sentinel ever I I goose eggs the Orlando High School the time to return to the city. consumption. community.The f.

i 'rea f' to' do your job Panting and base ball boys have to put on the score RNe 'II I cssdCar.L
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; _"guarantee perfect satisfaction. i i|board. Subscribe for the Seated. Subscribe for the 8eati el. potato growers'of the Hastings,

section have been slackening their; Cheapest Bales te Tewi 7.
shipments of potatoes to the North I

i era and Western markets during the

,,, - . past few days in the anticipation of arise 'Phone ,34UNDEIRWEAR

. I _in the market which is expected I

"'<'.. --.THE. : : in the near future. Some of the farmers -
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I Grand Theatre ,Program For 'Monday





;- -. "A WARTIME SIREN," (Drama) ,____-:__________Kate* llIfl DlI, IN YIUR ::SIZE, AT rMJI PRICE

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PICTURES A Thrilling Story of 'War-Times
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a Fharw'drawn''them to theme ,FLORIDA.r,: Orlando.* Address M: P.'WOLLAM, : Mon4y.: ' W411. Positivelyb4iA

fr %'Bew dances; waa.r inevitable; Orlando;Fla/ 4-26 3t

GNiaaIfttbaitpOpdalJ{ 'clooataretsad '" preparations: ?wilftbe .made,-at FOR HIRE-Nice seven passenger

_1 unmereuu ,LynnfH¥for.a.great.celebration touring car; Large'' i o _

tb y.lpnictitioners.are, 'there on'theFo rth of. July. 4-20 t* J. B.MAqRUDER. 'Last Day of the
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remain a'saving intelligence and morality BUY a.lot,in ThorntonPark,, a,nice
.f in:.community which{recog- Three carloads of tomatoes were suburb b east part of the'city. Car .

. ," nice their significance and loathe theirs shipped' from Plant City last week. Jensen. --. .
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About 150 crates of early corn were ,
indecency.... OAK.HILL it the beautiful aul.divis.ioh
"Let the*.seemingly"Incredible pro-- also shipped. to'the-Northeast'ofthe-titriild
tstations that:'.innocence and virtuemay f I .stflkfaave 'some choice lots there.

condition of M. Flagler Caii. Jensen.. . t
indulge; these .ex !without. The Henry :
realization:of.their origin andmean- is said 'to be considerably |improye4 WANTED-Aon 'as manager,
ing beaccepted.! There
those.possessing knowledge:and;:conScience dreds'all over;the.state.. property owners.. By man of ..
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who it dose
experience :can give: attention. -
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the inescapable ..duty 'of pro- Address. Collector, Sentinel ya L, F
te &iuI.the.Jngno f and the. weak The report comes from Fellsmere 4-
trom-the that the building activity continues \. .
as much from their foDy as .. _
FOR New
SALE home
- seven-roon
'f. ,' The' indication that it will be ; <*
with >
task is
' design's of the viei us. every with an 'modern Improvements. :AT
Serf every_influence to prevent the maintained and increased during the $',000. Wffl take automobile in part

lore of,such/ground as has been gain- summer and fall. pay. Address Owner, care Sentinel

', edby>> ; socie,'in its history-long:! r WANTED=:A business' partner:in a Q'
ftruggie.fbr' moral/progress, a loss The 'Thalian Club, composed of a manufacturing business I with well a E.LESHER'Si

that U' inevitable 'if';.such, dances:; 'as number' the boys and girls in Ocala established trade *:Need,more capital : u..
> and will.takepartner or will make a ,
Freshman
aNt under consideration are toler- presented The 'a'college .
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now .
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stock $15,000 to $20eot'u I ,
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Leesburg,1 few '
n in sights
aft4. ., play, a ago 000 f to'(kte and in I _
Tar from being'new,' these dances for the'benefit of the Leesb rg', Wo-J excellent condition. ,Address',Manufacturer : ,.. ,

z. are a'reversion.to:the grossest prac- mans Club." in care of Sentinel tf : .

ticW of savage man. 'They.are based !FOR' RENT Furnished my cottage. I I II D'-1L' 'O : N f .' T.M = I S : Sri LT: .
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J.VanVleck call ? ;
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onithe primitive motive of the orgies Mrs; lovingly I .on; Lucerne' Circle.* JasV A. Knox.P'OERENTNew'M I :. i. .
enioyed by.the aboriginal.inhabitants ed "Mother VanVleck" by hosts ofoldtime''friends I ; ,.s . ;
,- died in ,Plant :City ; room cottage : ;, "
of.tery uncivilized land.Their move- furnished for 'the summer'on"the .. . . .. :t -Of ,.. _,.
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She loved and ; ; ;
:. Beets- and step*-have been described a few days,ago.' was north'bank #6f Lafce 'Concord.' Good&etadueof --
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; with exactitude by,explorers and mis esteemed. J by: all '"Mother 'V an- .. .bott .No .children I

siofianes.to-those peoples we.are accuateaiadtOregaidas Vleek" was' in her eightieth'year. eall at Seated pftes. 1-10I : ':; ;C' ?. < :. .t:;" '

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; : inferior;\ The i FOR .SALE- Overstreet Turpentine : I ;: .
The! section"of country eight miles
culminating extravagances are inden- 1 : Company's Stock. Inquire at'theSentinel : ..
tical with the needs ought by'the be south of Wellborn wu1viaited b1 a -Om e. 26-6t': 1I .... -:
t nighted.heathen, save oalyrthM' the severe: thunder and 'hail, storm Sunday I .: ,..
f afternoon- considerable--*damage FOR SALE-At half price, for cash. : ,
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heathen is redeeaied. ya.; franknew '
., Ne\t'upright piano; cost $400: Com I ,
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of terplogyand conduct that. has,.being: done'to tbe"young crops and puting" .scales, cost,485.: Platform ', t'I ; :t ; ;; "
r = not.yet 3beearfMtilued f ':b#, the bams"and: dwellings of'':W.. M. scales, cost $15. also four show cases, m t'If {,

, ahrpngl} the.agesby; Evors were struck by ligl1tning. .-and eight fine Duroek and Berkshire.threemonths' ,

s the habile* ,ofyjgsreeortabyarumpeta4dtheir -.. om letely.destroyed. old mule pigs colt- 'Address Thst'class'tWO'year Bargains,this .'t .
: ; ,'danceshave.neverrlost.their -, ,
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;-patfon ,:these Office: 25-7t o

onginal reason At Sarasota Monday afternoon. 2'earold no: ., .
FOR 'RENT=Flat'.of five rooms on .. ,
for jexistence'bf' been:d j)1;, d of heir ) ; R AbBott "Birmingham i Main street'near Lake Lucerne with 1. iftOkILD

appeal, to'then;profligate r .-and, the d -.,Abu qualified for a Carnegie heroD all modern conveniences. First '. # .! :. "- '. -. .-:.... , .;'

basd.f't Todaytrhether practise:, in'' eda1, when he swam out 'into' the floor reasonable' -,'rent. Apply. Sen. .! .f .. ". .. '.. :It' !.::;. .; , :. .
the lowest,brotheLor.!surroundings Gulf::of. Mexico and rescued R., W. tinel,office. 4-26 3t I IlillllliHIiiHt

morelexpenaive.. ,they :retai'.without. Grinton, a real estate dealer. ,Mr. !ESTRAY:=I have taken 'up as 'an
change.theit', meaning*' and" ,are,:.un- Urinton. 'who :could not. swim,, had estray one Dunn Cow with few ; : For the' Ladies of Orlando
white ,C and under .
modified,in. ,their effect That for. a donned a life preserver and was pad- spots. p"upper'
bit in one'ear. ; crop bolt in the other ,
about in shallow water. Caughtin DEMONSTRATION
moment ,of : dling ,
respectablsante.
A persons'' ear. Brand single 0" J.. G. Lee;
:: cedents have' injudiciously endured; an undertow, he was swept.out into Pine Castle; Fla. tf If'you have, any combings don't throw them away j

theirintroduction in places,where decorum -<, ,the Gulf. He/called for help. Young FOR SALE-20 choice.Rhode Island T E.TBATEDaYlOOY CAR Yoa have bf'OQr'dt,, L Gold,',a manufacturer of hair goods*,
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F guards-chastity has not changed -:Abbott :alone of those on shore 'at.Dade 'm :
hens with 'rooster. Also 40 young .City, pot recently from Chkago, where you
r their.Jr' ;natujre''' or obscured. their i ; could swim, and he sruck out bravely chickens and good cow. Also. a can bring'yoar combings'and have a switch braid,:transformation '
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menace. ,reached 'him. The lad managed to nearly''' new wagon. "or$and'piece'of! hair work you" wotid like .to have

"Official :intervention-; the .blow society bring, him. to 'shore.. Those',who-..witnessed Wm. L CORYELL, ISTAI10N&: made. from
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4-20 tf
/ the deed have already taken 201. Concord avenue, WestFOR. ..
'instinctively ,strikes for selfpreeeryationcan $1.60 te t1II
{ ;;'do, no more than steps to secure a Carnegiemedal; for RENT-Three fine rooms for ABOUTASK I I i '
Alw carry large line of finest
I't : a quality Frenchcut; hair,
circumscribe the:'field of Sordid ezplo the'boy.-Note, in Jacksonville Me light house-keeping on Second floor
with"bath and toilet,' City"water which we make to.order to match. We demonstrate the work
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)ttlLoinldnd'a'basest, .. f'. - passtone : tropolis.- ,. with.veranda.' Also'after June'1st FIR) INSTIATW4 ;;every afternoon from 2 to 5. Also carry a large'line of sani-
weaknesses:, Yet,restricted lower floor consisting of six rooms.
Italy hair goods.
Switches 1
4 oz., 50c14 oz., 10 and 20
Furnished both well
though'field. rof its usefulness'ls, Subscribe for the Sentinel and city water SEE 'jnslong.f:: 1 2 24 ins. 1.502
,t,;t.t.n1-101i: ; :+'. ",**' :t' *!* in house: Wm.L., CORYELL ; r' . I 4-20 tf 201 Concord 'avenue West. WI MATCH ALL SHADES. 'Silk; hair Beta 86 !..
$ '< MAGRUDERWELCOME long 5G Deaf'fafl to call thi '
FOR RENT='Four.room: cottage furnished daring week for ow. low
: ,; Concord: Park, one block price Goods on display ;
from Orange Ave. $10.00 per month.
Inquire Wm. Coryell, Concord Ave. m. 1ST. JBQAEDMAN
Apr.27. May -l1
t ,DRY GOODS. AND NOTIONS ORLANDO, FLORIDA
: Patronize Sentinel advertisers. ..,.. ';4.' . \. '
i .TO ). lllimilMIMIIMtlilMIIMHIIttHHtlHIIIItMORLANDO
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Everything: new,' individual?, BUSINESS COLLEGE: .

South Hoghy St.. Pfaoae 534 'electric attachments 'at"every
chair. No stone has,been'1Stunturned I.I I.
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'to ,;mate thin shop I,

Y :Your. ,athlete, deffiaacU fre splay boot for the Hauling of all kinds, and plowing meet th erequireoenta. of ,the
beees/aM BHacle' of his feet-The Gotham is' cost parti Ular.. Plenty of MODERN COURSES IN
sa'ic'lest: carefully .looked ,after.GIVE room. Courteoua-atteMantL '
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; Single and Double:Entry Bookkeeping. Corporation -
Are yon one of these men who have a pretty definite -1w ELIJAH WHTTEHEADr

idea ofwhat they.want in shoe?. Hang the styles? US A ,TRIAL Proprietor.' I ._Bookkeeping;. Banking, Shorthand,

.x say you.. -'"Give, me '.a good. Mtnraltshape'with: '1' .. Oraaxe' Art, - Orlando, 'Fla.- -; I Typewriting,-Penmanship, Commercial Law,
plenty Lof.toe;,room and a sensibly'rouflded toe.U: .... >... !> .... Jot s. t,'It; Jf J; ...
yon say that to a salesman; you ire pretty'sure to get .,.., i ..er ial'Aritltaetic,. Spelling and all

one of thereat shoes,in;:the Regal line- the M'This t Branches of Civil Service.
Gotbeahs;i shape, "'and' I want of die Jr .. It ,I .
was good ten years .ago 'hen.you! : any tlfP. .. ;>1 ; I \
will be popular .ten years.hence. It comes ,as near EMER 1
being:ri,ht as any shoe that was ever'built .' r CY&JPUES"tI Ur DAY AND NIGHT, CLASSES
i 1- J2p mentioned in 'I _
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t Gotham Blade Kiaf Cab -I JOHNSON &JOHNSON'SHandbook'.'- Experienced Teachers in Charge DIPIOaaSGraved
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a.--5-.. nchtr'Rosa Oxford = m< ...: ': I and Positions Secured for Gradu.
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r __ ty"fer. Jteta" ', Orlando . .
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N ..The,*peftk r'_declared 'J'

.'. t, 1I. "f !"'-.tilt. Bible tMt_:%"ij wide. jr .............. ,.,.. ;, Let Us Repute Your
'iii, [t the i IpMK ef a '. .,
,tone* death,'yet Chrletiaaa triayaee*. EVEtmiNC fillAIANTEEBMllllllllllllHj;

:tide. .'per,1e,>piti'puaa.the r.. eel;::1." ..... J .Ayrl 4, ms.tM1ui 'I
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4aia that!aekher: "JIft. .. .
Mia war different fiwfeet ef ether ,.; . Deteeto Aarfl.M, 1 1HJ... :.I .llirilO' I, ,
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,-t eL .Otben 'ciabu that'Jews came IliUII l fi--l:; iI' II II .. "i" rn.If X-I, _, ......$.Txm .

lalo"the world to show merged. how to I L: .
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life'and die for a"food caoee. OthajatieaeiDp'BeiW'NB --. .

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they bare been taught la the pea tllllMllllillllllllllllllllMIIIIMlHllllllllllllllHIMntliHI lilllMllil
for sin;-m, eternal. term Bt. I s Model
'' 1 Jfliweral.": aaid the Ptator:.there'totasiaatoa Grocery
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'. upon the,eabJecVtnd only Y0U WANT THE LATEST! .

Ifeaae who,. get the propw.tocTia.on:the ,
w ejajMtiuu of. why Cbriat ( Ii4'canb b! I' --.. .. 8'.W t Church Street
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'(tfhe Pouter protested atalaet the too 1AT8;AND SHOES, ASM LADIIH READY'TO WEAR FRESH
teauBOB pnetiee of accepting! a portion .
'ef-tbe HMe and r eetfaf the ,...m- DRE98ES W ALL DESCRDPTIONS. COM'TOISALO.: We'Gie'Ow Pentavd ei to.Ow,Cvl Mn u* l' :

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etateaeet of tIIe'DlfIDe. Plan. BeDeMeref r
; that the Holy.. Scriptures,' u St. ;,Subtler_ Bros. Proprietors ;' .
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Pill declares, :were written aforetime
If holy IBID for tbe admonition of the Salomon. Orlando
Ctarcb,'because God wishes Hit peopleiokinderetandHkamnfementi. 1llllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll. iilllllllllii.1

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'- held,,fast"Sieiedtb. osco diIv. IIIIIIIIIHM IIIMIIIIIIIIiMlllllllllliillil. ..' '. .. ".. r i THE_ 'H. H. P., STRAIGHT

.,red rlsie.i to the aatat*.:a ao| BAt altoir tte: ... .. ... .,' .' .....-_ ., .. .,. -....... -', ,_-- ...... ..... .. .
. od vteei 1e $e.eed ot i : ',p.j.r # +!+tl. adM.u 4+ v6 Jkarfi' i :s' ,
> ',Qed:of rise effect, .He'reminded .tie HAZING,IN THE NAVY . {Per Sale at 'ity Claw ..
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t kearen. tact Jewe reproved the Pbarileea Secretary Joaephns Daniels seems lsadVs' ewwt-: Cigar' Made IBHITUM ':Oralida
i> UNDERTAKER ARMSTRONG J , ,
Awttie'WohEntjGadend i to have taken.dwrfe,of the navy de "

pefieriog tilt trdItI I i'oti la.., "-t'"tI; !a defermination to correct 111 '. .. aad Florida Wnppm....

fOor,Bactttb, Bible eald be,'doll not any abuses he J.1I7.'diacoTel'! regardless The ARTISTIC PICTURE FRAMER of,Orlando Try 'OM awl 'Be''c.YIa teii
profeei ,to be'the Word of God, but of what ,the' practice of his :
+ erely'a traaelation ofIt. If tbere- PINe 8TRJCeT. _.
fore'we lad aytraaetattoM. wbkb.... predecessors may,have;been. He has .' "HERMAN H. FINDER MTjfr :
pepreresttbeadgs(8atptuns.--we; put his foot. down ,on hazing. at the

"tboold correct.:tbeee,: and'admit tbattbe ... Annapolis academy,.for. one_thing,.expressing .. i m 8HtIa.OnIie -

p 'tranflatioBf arf we InputJeeve *.-, : himselfvery vigorously} on MimiiiiiiiMiiiiiiiiiiiiinimiiiiiiiiiiiiniiOrlando , . .
ti r ;:' 'D"J". : $a*-,.., the>bjec "in sustaining 'verdict' ;, \ I. '.. ,. >;,'W ;.. - .. '- '
? Orthodox'"erleofdoWdtoplle; that of I the courtttartitl which''dismissed ; MBTWTICT?

,tbere 'to"a
made sires that Adam, fatter "Your baser is
essentially a bully
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.rli o Wtktiac Satiriay
.. aW bk. Miker: b'his"nature alrbrealc of the dome tai May .2,3 G .......ef ,I....,

:)er ( $: nte"croelty poasewed by who . &Sonflaeeeaeen f.It :."- .
8 itL D_ '., bratejs II aetieitttet ; '..1..
taberitod !Ute from.btia. shirt hteVidcunition torture dumb'animals. for the pleasureof ; GfMj" ,be relemd I I:
l; ,Mr. Frank J. Powers and his' to & laad.. *
to;..0..' God having wathcug their suffering.. The own i .a*,I1 QMBelft aeiRr; ,

s .woteoced man ,to .,death, cannot conJjfteatly naval academy c intended to teach DJ.w., .. .
'deal with the ....... Hence jaen what:> required,ol of S FULL LINE OF, COW' .iAt:: .
tbat Jem should young ID.J JtPNOT1C CGIEDY[ PL1TE HCUS1 FOR- .. .... .. N ...
$e arranged recoverdaps
", { i lying1 leer and'andtorturkg av gentleman have-lessons no 'room in bulr'in .. ; !CfljPN1: NBH1W8COUK ': Mil'nr acre,..a*.k.eaeaa::n (MiiaSSL
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not CHANGEOF: PROGRAM NIGHTLY : IN AND' SEE US 1adthithMA '
s:. 'U > .-that itNihall*exist ;as' an', optional. _UsII.... .. am at Vatt T =. elB s

7' > Thto. raid'the Paetor. to clearly set course .of study." .One Hilarious Laugh; from:Start. ,,to Finish ....... '.n .,_ ***** JW JNIL..J.: ar.iBS '
: girth la both Old and New,TeatameatsIf Secretary Daniels makes, it,:clear v n4 ,. 'f. ago.|
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If could forget oar creeda and the
jtatoe theories :which they. tecateate.tbeee that he does not consider dismissal : Prices 2M5e. QiMt cap .ie. ': : i aM
fri the academy, adequate tpwiish- IB. taw awe li CMUC. 8m tfc Jmtdil Omit, =
: Scriptures would faide aa with- ? r II .. tPuetf.'ltedb.-BCR for g
. In.the future I Onap then m Mill Opertunities 11::
hitting.
leat:diateulty Cartoteadoai to haadf- mentor K, : & /x ***young* Jr. I. II.IIIII IIIIIIIIIIIIII'J 11111111111 1""NEW !.el ''JIJI, ,t!' II ?utldU-d.LiL, JIItI, ... Lasiethatr ..t '.-t
aaaed ereede of the ,Dark Ages, men who. I wfll .
: by ;V"-: Jim for Par.T :11' ,..uJWLoA tM\ .
!;. jwakh eeaf nee aa. Instance, these be tieteEbilltOtheio1 mn ,ofthe Annie. L.. Wood: 'thlon of Land ; ,- .... .... ....
)54 -:ereede, .teach.that Qoda:cane afeJaetjMaklad law,,even to the extent of imposition Clara U.Wlffini et ah.Ta ' bit).... ". .., 'Jf 1."itaD .
"1 to eternal .'...., 'Georiia B. Ring, BoiaUi.;DuBcM, John aadNe ... s'tCARIj ,
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\\f- Iteet ... & 17.the Bible.dc.re.xsL he has taken. 'His example may be ,ANB ALLx in tb .Aim entitled cue, that A. P. Odlin Avetsae, OeierdiMi.
;. .....th-aat'ter. theheads M the MHdter for Annie L. Atwood tkt com- The bnnb ausd. ..
M followed by: : ;either .insti Amended Bill, that the tw'3rieers aiea"
\ : -iT."s pkinant* tin aid<
: 7JII8t. Lest HI.said think bat only tationsand. result in stamping out a .Nertfceri,. .'r'I_ FiitetiUts. ,_ lefeodante of'the) said amended Wfl UI"aJladfrMridenta rIIIIIo .... ass. teg! do lit, ant
IT *r vjf* &{ of the 8Ute!4-Ftorid, caehof '
I r a body dies, bat ,that the soul con ;
practice which is brutal and demoral RaiM .. HeeJtAFi1 aMV. Utan of and that there
that age
f ,. ow
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motes to liver the Scrfptarea I 1 ,. *f/l It Tiopown .kirk tbe: State of'r Iteida.
'i"Wol that ans. 'shall die.", "God ie abletb izing. *!* e X?ao .rOll' /cdlje l ....,OB .....would 'bled, any of ,said . .

'- h r destroy. .both,root and body, la'GeDeath. . .. .f 4- stetl,ljAips 1J Fiat that lefenduto the moeetire hared in"'plmwe laid amended 4.
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.1 __ TIle pea e e e FARESrfBeif > I't the temal,laid defendaato are aa folJoft.tewft ,
.!aIttIt J :,.1titi:" thou than .:THE IMP6BTANCK.OF:KE8P-** '.4 t: I..,! f'J$ '111.= TcnnetMe.-BoiaUe:-"Georgia 8.-\>[DaBcM Iu'aides. .at at Monanton.:Sowaaee
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fi .Idto..", adalfles the death of'hb eool4 S ING POSTED . .: North Carolina: John"A. MeBae.. 'VftrtfanerMeBae y
NdleMrrNNewY. ..
JACISINVIUE Dovgiai MeBae and John X lie.
hto entire belBf.'.Under fat V teaceMsa S -r ',. 86 Jamie, afl mide at Waahinfton, a ,a TIlE ONE_ IllAI. ,
z 'and bill race aaleaa reiseae& 'Too thenfera ordered to to thk
TO are appear
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l' ;triald M' DO rte. C *'" FntUMi bkaMMi # ._ IIOHDAY"TBI !ND, DAY op'mn, UU, .
:C" '. to do,bon nboyr.Maned : ;
i : Bat God, 'tre =;;wry big ""IMd ,''. .Hc' mol:SUN r tfct. woe. befit a'rok day of the Conk: '; mm .
.a ,4uepceed:'to. ... ,. " = ip rji. tat fevraeeearivt weeta.' ia the
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JII .a1St.ta.ewAeatanitlitlweaBMaaetr" S gfotk Xlocite 8etiML a irk poUiaked
deatbHto.8oto pajIfeAeoptire '>oan'adse if f(:"do j\\ set fit' ia Otaae* Cooatr, norida.WltMM.BrlL .
ow'
.fi \ .a' |'i1' C iBhjliUfam....... fcfatih iJHill.ill. .Kokteeoo.; Clerk e* .mid
;';' .J'" price. te'" *.; :..;iN lety thmhta and JACKSOfOlLLE. OFFKi V M.AN r.-RMee M 5* Court and the trI thereof tkh the 24ta day
:: ,wrt ,mat'. e practice!'proceed upon*the right : ,j.t.cAMPMlvT.p.A,' M.aBflfaafMi tHi of. AprIl A: DJTltBT"' -- '"" 1
l : B. M. BOBJN ON. Clerk;
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; .fatal from the PoWefef.u.e'te.b by a 'e. Br M. A. .Howard D. C;.'J F'it..
.J I, >;$m :t..1..1.8t AlingMslraM Yon have often, made op your cSPRkYING ,i.\* 4aTcfjr .Aitiw F.' chain,- ,:-'' ;] 'i14ieI'
Solicitor,tae .Coeapkiaant.
.s..: 1thI.asf.. : .&tI., .JI.ltY..W4IIIt- -' *mind .to: ,'. -..*Aemething'for"the'a :.. -- -, ... $ .. ,, -- .. .,;
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claw death [net ; .
;: ,aaytef.As. ana > A country boy waa sitting on the
the home but have pot .
., :- caa* atoo person,or "
eternal torment], by
; !', .1CJl. .'?'W''.tW. eiAl Y *.of ,9 t.* ; VfW" *wm* %,e i. "'. abefl" 'a8 laKJChitot *" wek- aad, said:, Bob, ,yoir: corn took Get.tJae bent diva irerhaaohe..Judge
:: Jai to idam die erea.to_ ....... Then one day you pick, up a l'" aft
,._WJtit.e '" s. ....; T lldhlf. pretty yellow" "Yoe," ; tcthboy: .f._ 'f1
+ be aD dtaUft., ..rt_ivory,ala *old paper and:discover some;es-:* .... : l"
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w: |B bto own order. pedafly 'Whn. ffer'of the *. .. \ JIyam
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atoei getaare tMn'1Ia1f -
-- ,Tbe hiors''wMeh. 6ed baa n - .wont a crop'wdlpat4Nid'theboyfrod
; :very:thiag f yB .M4ed. e -%" dean Miztaier.r .Fa .' r" n .
{r 1 .,.+t maif"through :Cattot";:wlM ce"e hi' *;ptThlf" erapKaeitei. the 'e.2 aD eating niMeUiWwith8ch-- -* iAreeMte
ri .M' ;sNaon"L.eIm. Bate,eartb.aPanitoe > C:.tt!'jwea: t :. '/when. %and .* For afi.tariring inaeeta aath aa Feflpaka iNfi Ajaaia eu walar awliviiM -' "No, the..-landlord gets, the. other
>- ;; ::agate,, %Mhiag"tehfrt er " .aeated '!on'H. ,, ,oar ......t.eI .'aiMlH eaiMayfpfaywfeSca arr'aMaI.leee .:j' half." ;'By'tta tiafi{tf.t;.dty'ciip '
,_.;i''. fcetfey/JAH maAed.; wffl, ,thea'..be f ,howt9bayRto, adrantage.\ Gra.pf* NWe'eie:;-"iIIek$ ddt fee Mrl '... ir.e;,-.t '" ,. .. .'OiWi' and weld.
pileSejed''lOv'itf"III'te"' *;year- 'oaaeNaaMMa. ''' -.. oy.wasfflg:HBO,-' sea and BejaaatItepaaadKaaaaaek8aray;.....f';'dge t firthe EwYrwer ., was: a. trifc_angry;,sad jaJd: MYoa \<., ,;il J_ ." "
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T {;, 'ff ,ill's 6nYir t L A '1-Qrlht' made up :of what.'we hope for tomor : money would
: row. The present; .tolerated because
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: of. the,delightful prospect of;.the'fu,

THE tore. The peak'of. ou'"ambition. : . is like to for
always, .beyond. t you spend

; I We lie all. of our. lives, by the side, .
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of our .Bethesada,,. watchingvthe 'uneasy

quick sand, upon its bottom, in
Y :wS ATEBAN.K its silvery eruptions. aid listeningto "
,the 1g'ofthe'r tf .streamlet -
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yet waiting evermore for the
quickening angel to come .and stir 111,22 I22.H(

of Orlando the waters that we may be blest ;
The.angel comes and'stirs the waters Class
Class
but not ,for us; ,and, though No. 2
Nos 2and
others may grasp the blessing whichwe '

Y usr IAIfiWCITY do not,. we look for the angel still, .. 2A
and in the sweet looking fall happily 1

f -AND- ., *. asleep, and waken possibly, in the : r
,1' a I angel's am s. : .

I As this angel from the realms of :
The Buk Which tru ads mere badness than : --
the' future holds our happiness and 1 $SI

My Baak tetwew Jaduetwiie ud Tampa : hopes, so.does :)t.also hold our fears : : _! --- $$3300
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R T _, !Thus' it is that we look out through :
The large, patronage, of this.Bank.. has been built, up : all the windows of the soul scanningthe I No. 50 > Class
: future with and then sweet No. 100
now
during twenty yeah by conducting its business on sound '
: realization almost within our'grasp,
basking principles with careful attention to the legitimate I but never quite. t Thus it is that we .

wants of customers. The confidence of the public : are often on the outer wall, ,crying,
i : ."Watchman, what of 'the.'night?"
.is'reuected in the large amount of deposits. ,
Many times the Dove of Hope goes S25.
1' Average'deposits First Quarter of 1913, 900000. out from the soul-the ark of the $ m

body and though it travels along the ClassNo. I
paths of usual flights, it wearily
..R FOUR PER CENT PAID, 'ON SAVINGS ACCOUNTS wings its way back to the open ark 5 L-H 1 Nos.5and
with no olive leaf in its beak as a 5A

I token of emerging hope beyond the

low bending horizon. The great Sun .
Oar correspondent banks are located in every part oft comes and goes in the heavens, yet -

-' i the
; ; '\Uiited""States, : The crescent moon, cleaves her nightly above amnts to
stead '
= 9
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I passage across the upper deep, but ..

tosses overboard no message, displays . 'j' -.
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J no' signals.The : .,1: 'Call and get a Circular or let us explain the plan to :
you.
s UBS.. PAXTON RECEIVED FOR PICNIC AT RUSSEL'S PONIT. Sentinel Stars challenge each .
GUESTS -0 other; as they make their nightly pas-

;=. 'Ou'Tuesday I evening,:''Mrs. D. B. Twenty ;young ,people, chaperonedby sage to the camp beyond.. .The Peoples National Bank :r
.Anton:;received in'honor of Mrs. W. ,Mrs. Will Green and Mrs. Crooks, Some, faint hearted and despairing, ;
C. :Qay and Mitt Emma::'Gray, of spent yesterday at R1188 1's [Point, leap in the dark, and are lost in the
; ,.Orlaaae,,who .are house gae.ti in,they finding great pleasure 'in the many depths below. But the hopeful lingers: :. "Itlaa pfeas&re to serve Y08.1 ."

,... ...... diversions offered by this popular retort and scans the vast expanse until'by ., 4 . .
r f '.He Jspanese decoration,.lanterns, and bye, there is revealed to him "

juil atnaslf, a...& ..lOB ned asC The day 'was ,spent in swimming, the straight and narrow channel,,-

_; ,;..w..ta. med. .:_out. gaits,pleating, dancing and games and a delicious picnic I spanned by the rustic bridge called!I-MiillMimMIHHIiimiMililimillllllMMtmiMH HHIIIIIIlim
y y11lI'1' r 14t7! .',attn e" ;andcharacterMM. -' dinner, spread on tables placed'.faith over, which he may pass into'''
I under the trees, was enjoyed ,at the promised land. 1 '4

G.' .A;, ,Dreka' welcomed ,the noon. It is,this hope, and this faith that]I c' '

greets;.aad ,iatrodWjfeew: ,to the stimulates humanity' to action and; 0' WANTED 'c.
deHffcied. hoetew and honorees, and POWERS, THE'FUN.MAKER- keeps the affairs of this world .moving t. .

''JI I. 8:P. ifcy,'a charming assisting t,_.. ._ COMING. __ ,lr' .,. forward and makes the, life.,beyond ' *'' ? '
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TbeladiNMreceived -*;c f the river that flows hard.by the .. 1'
the
'hosts drawfag* .:mtr;where ,fee'''deewttkmswere in. A, ,apse into-- the Occult, World.. gates of gold, a blessed ,assaraftee. 5OQ, -:$mall- feet to be ,fitted with small.l : shoes. 'at>:'the:

x tat lovely,Japaaeee,cherry Moiftottl We.have,all heard and read of Hypnotists Faith, and hope, the cements \that v, *-,;,
: .aad' RMwr With bamboo{in the yet we cannot appreciate.the keep the connection between today
background. 1liviDg' 'OGm''waa wonderful, faculties possessed by and 'tomorrow, the present and; the "' SHOE I DEPARTMENT '
}: deae in a.color;lebome 'also favored Mortal! Man. future. : '
t' The who lives only for,today, .-- .. i .
by.'oar" arieakl fried* 'leow-wtthbaaiboo ,We speculate, we comment, we man 1 -. :.
:;sprays :-and:chrysanthemums. criticise, we. conclude. It is ,but, hu Mites{ to no purpose, and his living.is : 'of the ,-
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The, diaJg room was.:'a Japanese man 'to do so. ,However, Professor dying. 'T. .. t.. >
bower..with,little kimona ladies flitting Powers allows no latitude to Faith hope and charity are the three s
here and' there the He ecrowning graces of mankind and the
s lerving gueetairitVdelieioaf or sepcnlate. simply compels you "
t t , i punch, tea-anci-wafers,' to wonder. r keys to the house not made,,withhands. I II BIG WHITE STOREThese

'followed by;an' iced .course, all of Eminent physicians even admit his!I to

? wkieh:served ,in Japanese ware. A prowess and power. They are com- .
.> _. ,Jspanese.cud,Rea the suggestive lit* pelled ,to, for the reason that while HE'S SMOKING YET. ..
;. tie soaveair::given to.each guest. Theaaaktantov hypnotism has long been accepted as e--
f '-- of the best makes of the 'best firms but '
shoes
1.I, : were Mrs. Clara Taylor, a science.there are'few who.have at John Martin hails from'Penneylvania, are were
"f '1ii P. pe'Dade'Ealee;' ;Uwrence, tamed it's mastery. Beaver Meadow is the town j r'
/ 'f :pi..e.,; .BiTto* ) ud :Whit omb. Powers is one, of ,the few in ques- He[ smoked 'a,pipe 'till. January,. bought too small for rapid moving, so we must sacrifice themr'

,t ..Oltier7 i.".....-. entertaining wereAfNc ioh. He intensifies and yet he.aimultaneouely Then he laid it down.

: : ,,Iiwae lord" .hies sal; ... entertains. ... May ..... to make room % ." ,

; i aU the'g0eets.idjrrwed 'aaestsi'pcogri 2nd. ,and 3rd. i TrJ. > He thought for good the pipe he'd quit 'nev are truly neat Shoes for ntatfcet' '

t:was..enjoyed. Those See the gleiping Lady, And left it on the shelf;' '

,. were, Hisses Waterman, x But others smoked and he world sit If wear anything under 31-2. D, or any larger sizes ;
t: ......i, .Taylor, Baguley: "dJ''Utt1 e A STUTTERING NIGGER, And wish 'twas he, himself.So you tin

; ]lies ,Paxtonaad 'Mr, 'Wflashurst-- Marshal Smith received'a telegram : A or B.widths: you. should become interested right now and :
DaLandi it was just a few days back
him
look
yesterday asking' to out
;} ; # for a stuttering nigger who was When to the shelf he poked, : drop around'to be fitted for only

-:: 0;' l.lf A SNAKE STORY '" thought to be pir the north boundA. Took down _the old tobacco sack; I .'
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:- .. V C. L .train which passes this station Filled pipe, lit,match and smoked. I

Mr.< ,H. Telvington had a snake at about 9:50,.and who was wanted -, :H '..:.'" ". .
Well! Well! Well! $2.25
I:?"! experience that would make the fainthearted at Plant City for burglary. -

t shiver, at the,thoughts.of it The Marshal was,on the spot when < <
? Friday,, while coming from Mait-, the train arrived and walked into the :;FAVORITE M THEATRE MONDAY. ,I 0 .' .
r'k land.'to Orlando on the Maitland-Or- I coach for colored people where he -
as' stock l lasts
- Undo highway, be .. encountered a'I questioned several men and about the A great feature program." Sale lasts long as ; .
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"In Roman: Garden Powers- :;-.r'j./ : "
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third he the a :
the r
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rattle snake stretched across. road. man put on grill was
''f.t) that looked like a monster. He dim- stuttering 'one., who. like, some poli- drama, featuring Mr." Edwin.August Remember it costs you nothin g: o:tey... ;:'ra: .See. our .big north |:
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r4;r;f _ed"out of his buggy and. cut a small t ticians talked too much and convicted .. "Th .,Mind: Cure, Crystal-a1 rip- .

._ sapling and 'proceeded to' make war!I himself. He was takenoff: thetrain, roaring'comedy: window'f9r: sizes and styles.4tiiiiiiiiniimm.
:01 on. his snakeship, and,-without giving -.likewise his trunk,, which was' check "The Honor of the Firm," Eclaira -

:.:z ,the 1i ').fellow much opportunity]jE ed, to points north, said to be San- screaming funny comedy, featuring '"
i r to coil for battle, he clubbed the'lift j 1fY ford, commonly known as Goldsboro, Miss Pearl White. To see fine: 'pictures .. -
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:: .. out of him... Is by people who are compelled to stopat makes .one feel good-See then )Hllililii > iHiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiMiiiiiiiiii :
"' s The snake.. was six. ,.and one-half. that station. at the Favorite and we will.'feel.. good
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.,(- ,feet long and had thirteen'rattles and Marshal Smith wired the Sheriffof too.. *;
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:,<;. one button. He was large enough,to Hillsboro county who came up on Open 2 to 5 and 7 to 10-Five'cents :

t swallow a half grown. chicken, and u the '1:30 'train and took the'colored to all- I

.:k:J'h.. was,.very fat Mr. Yelvington.con man baCk With,him, and no doubt he a .I Yoa ,
':t dude that he has been feeding well road camp, or turpentine camp will 'The new style- baby .show 'will be I

,:; .' upon. ,that. which happened. to suit have an 'increase of cue soon. more disconcerting than the old. .It : +
.. I I appears that "facial expression : .
.ii- skinned him and i, A telephone. line is being built be- counts ten points;and anybody knows I If : <
: -. ....a--.i.... I face is : . ,
into the city which tweed.St Petersburg and Clearwater. that 'squint on one child's '
'. ,. ",ass the subject'of;>> much:curiosity. (The.poles.are already up.J I f better than a halo on'another's.: A i I III'II 1 1 .llfl l MIIIIIMIIIIIIIIIIIIIIMIIIIHIimiillllllllllMIIIIIM_ , . .

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