The daily sentinel

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The daily sentinel
Uniform Title:
Daily sentinel (Orlando, Fla.)
Alternate Title:
Daily South Florida sentinel
Place of Publication:
Orlando Fla
Josiah Ferris
Creation Date:
April 6, 1913
Daily (except Monday)
normalized irregular
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Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
newspaper ( marcgt )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
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United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando
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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, Washington, April 5-Tht ". Dayton, Ohio, April 5,-Ten more time since the Ohio river started to fpwkl t to th. IllbnWilehingion TO REJOICE Sofia ;
. inohtt of water in the Miami river rive two wtiki ago a decided rects* Bulgaria, April 5,-Tht Balkan
; Iteration !li fating a serious problem April 6.-Prtllldtnt
Sveral days ago the Sentinel said allies today submitted
\ following the protiete of thi JapanH will give Dayton another flood, owingto lion WU ,vl.lble today. The guagt Wilton and the Louisiana( senators to Ite
a bank was likely to become powers their formal reply to the '
tin toa-hour downpour, which did stood well below the 54.7 mark, which art dead-locked suggested
10'QIIIIt propottd tonight on
sugar the purchaser of the bond iiiut basis tor
not end until! ont o'clock this morning had been passed early last night tariff. The negotiations witfc
, alien land, law, California, U hardly President won't yield !in for sewer This is Turkey. The reply '
purposes now a be
purports to
The tall here believed to have at
I diiguiMd today at the white! how together with doling sewer intakes was his demand that there bt immediate consummated fact acceptance of the mediation s
flooding many streets in the been caused b ya break in the levee at frM .Iuiar or that the con&tions >
and tat department Congressman existing duty
; For week but the
a past negotiations have acceptance is subject
I ; city last night Point Pleasant, Mo., although that be cut to r
'Raktr, who. it. strongly in favor of one cent per pound and removed been on, and Friday the were to. reirvations which
papers practically
could not be verified. repudiated
tht legislation, conferred with th e Wattr in Monument avenue, Third, Rite automatically in three years signed up, whereby the People's Nat the peace terms.

'president this morning in the discussion east and west of the business sections at Memphis. The Louisiana senators have been ional Bank became the of Th propositions of the

of the propoied. ItgiiUUonand parts of Main street, Wipe Memphis, Tenn., April 6.-Rumors unable to get from their constituents the purchaser powers were:
UOOOO 1. The
$ bond issue and frontier of
thereby shal
to the effect that
. probable tfeet! ; in the event the avenue and other thoroughfares, stood the levees at Point permission to accept a compromise I
the sewer trustees to ahead start at Enos and end at ;
' California, legislator earritt out 1 iti upwards of one foot deep. Much apprehension .I I Pleasant, Miss., gave way last night, proposition which is ,submitted by with the go territories of Media. JUE
sewer project so importantto west this line shall'
' felt in Riverdale be flooding the St. Francis basin, were Preident "
, extermination to proceed regardless I and they won't consider the city welfare. to the allied states with the
cause of the wuhed conditions of the denied this morning by the United t1C'eption
wiihti of Japan I any ultimatum of
.ef ,,the opposition
;. I un By this purchase the People's National of Albania, the delimination of
Laitr in the day the entire Cal levees and guardsmen kept a constant States engineer's offices here. It was.tate4 til they are released from home.
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has taken which shall
an advanced step i in be fixed by the ,
that officials powers
vigil. Adjutant General Wood I were in common This
oallod Secretary should
ifornia delegation on dead-lock, it continue, banking business that makes it 2. The question of the
I one Aegean Islands
: Bryan to pretest the California directed that especial attention be ication with Point Pleasant, after will force the consideration of tariff of the foremost shall
banking institutionsin settled the
paid to patrolling the levees. [midnight, and that the levees were schedule by powers.
view of tht situation., They contend by schedule instead of one
the state. There are no securitiesin 3. Turkey shall abandon all claims
ed tat Japan had no Jut ground for The same conditions prevailed i in bill The sugar bill schedule will the world more substantial than to Crete.

:complaint and to point oat that the Edgemont, because of the deep gash Forty-two feet and tour-tenth s have to come in one bill. municipal and bonds 4. The
in the levee the were registered on the Mississippiriver i county and the powers cannot favorably es"a
United Statet hart alient from ownership cut near Washing The wool schedule must be
separated bank that ties to these show tertain the demand for
of land in its territories and that ton street bridge. Telephone reports a gauge here at 7 o'clock today, from the other scehdule because for 5. As
is-\ ; .neither mining or homestead, can be from Piqua, Bellefontaine, Troy another d a rise of one and five-tenths feet i in wool men turn to sugar men to rather than speculative safe investmentsand investments hostilities soon as these shall bases are accepted

i' to acquired In any ttatt from the United places north indicated that there the past twenty-four hours.A prevent both sugar and wool goingon the cease.
stamps institution sound Cettinje, Montenegro
as April 6Tbae
hu been incessant rains. brick protecting wall used as a the
Statet Gorenmtnt onlets favor of free list bill. In hope thatsome
and blockade of the
policy sound in flnancY Montenegrin
;. claimant U dtiitn. Daytonians are uneasy because levee along Bayou Grayoso, gaveway seaposl
,the .a agreement can be reached b By, this action the in Antivari
People's l
was definitely begun t.
The delegation ,informed Mr. Bryan Forecaster Henry R. ,Alps declares early today, flooding a small 1 the president and the Louisiana senators show their I day.
recurrence flood residence section in the northern ability to engineer large I Eight foreign warships representing ,
that of the is
that CtUteak it a unit in favor a pos per on the sugar schedule, Under financial the
transactions and this is European forme
of the legialation> and the ,ibl.. tion of the city. wood is holding the tariff bill powers
propoatd tonight
of the essential needs of Florida i in a semicircular bar before the hw-
Same hat to be met looser or later.IIVJI' and won't send it to the public! her period of great development bore

The other side of the transaction The fleet is composed of three Austrian
w OF BOOZE. QUALITIES The caucus call of the house democrats that the has two Italian
April l II. city sold her bonds at one British, one
... Cairo, 111., .-Cairo apparently being held back subject to
'r par to a home institution which has German and one French warship
....... to UN 'tailMLWlshlta Many of_ the women of note, men won the fight with the Ohioriver possible tariff agreement enabled the city to move forward 1 in

Kan., April 5. The Arkanau and"women' of,, fine qualities and richendowments flood Great banks of sandbags wood does want the present under-I'I this much needed Improvement. I

i ; the time i itt built above the levees still holding in SOLONS ARRIVE FOR EXTRA
: river it .hari&g of come to Orlando annually are caucus to complete the t The bond trustees for some

: lift today Hundreds 1 of gallons of ,for'.wlnter season, and the back the river. The, guage tonight fears are that if one item as important i had not been able to get satisfactory reason SESSION. !' "

\ whiskty, nearly two hundred OMH regular population look forward with stood well below the 54.7 mark, as sugar is unsettled, the entire bids and the officials of the bank -

'' of beer and' many barn, of wl ne pltatumbjt ,anticipation to the return I the highest point reached. bill will have to be thrown out and knowing the value of the , Washington, April 5.-Members a '

? were poured t afternoon.. of these migratory friends. Tonight thousands of men behindthe the fight opened, results of which offered to the Congress returned to Washington ,te-
Four troek, leads of liquor were Among those who have been coming I sand bulwarks on constant guard.I' can't be estimated. people of Orlando will rescue not,securities.. day in large numbers for the opei-

'. dumped into it by .the cHjr oftciali for a longtime, and who have endeartOOr"'people -I The fact' that the river is not rising The Ways and Means Committee:''in showing their appreciation of this ing of the special\ session of the new "

i4 ")ror''''''lit i''''*'ilitt''hiriayar "JWmfelf : : and U attributed to the breaking .the adjourned meet Monday after prompt and wise actIon'' the' .Congress on Monday noon.

election.' ;.They:', with a hei' winter guests. alike, is Senator f Ddnk Water levee two days ago and ing to accet any agreement vot'l of the bank. on part: Republican members of the Houte

to leave "dean.tat Button who the flood on large St Francis basin be of Representatives had been advise
Y determination_ } a, J. E. owns an attractivehome might brought about by the president The city council has r
for their; svettetori* on Lucerne Circle. '!'on the west side of the Mississippi. transaction approached the to reach the city early to participate

STILL SCRAPPING IN MEXICO.Merlco The big hearted, whole hearted ''The question of sanitation is now from every angle with in a party caucus tonight, at whirl

: City, April 5,-Reports of' gentleman I who comes to us each worrying the officials. INTERESTING GUESTS caution and deliberation, having a desire it was expected Representative Mana ,;
to the
*. an open outbreak betwen President autumn from Rutland, Vermont is no. Soldiers and citizens are cleaning!I I and when guard it, became people's interests, of Illinois, would again be named for

Huerta.and Felix Dias will materialist small contributor to the pleasures of\up the rubbish. ,The city is without j I I Two of Orlando's interesting necessary to party leader in the House.
guests employ a firm of New York
within the.neat twenty-four,hours, O '}ando winter life. 'With rod and drinking water and the possibility of j I''at this time are Messrs. C. P.. and J. to bond attorneys Activity at both the House and Seat- '
I I the and
r have been circulated.about'the capitol reel, the Senator 'is an adebt, as his typhoid is great among the negroes, N. Loomis, who have been pass upon validity ate ends of the Capitol centers. now
stopping! regularity of the bond the
i during the cia y No confirmation many friends can testify who have who are 'drinking river water without for several weeks at the Summerlin.I(I council wired the well known issue, law about the preparation for tariff revision

of this can be obtained and the I enjoyed his bountiful hospitality. .He. boiling it. Word came from work.
gentlemen come from one I i firm of Dillon
present relations between, th.e two is a fisher who makes rich catches Sawneetown today that supplies are of the Thompson &: Clay for Senator John W. Kern, Democratic

:factions, appear .to ,be"' tri adlf.. Owing and a sportsman who bags the game badly needed th re. Connecticut suburban where towns they have of Hartford been in, fee information and when as the to the amount of the leader of the Senate, will call tile

to'.the belief in ,certain quarters and he is. always'liberal with his Several) cases of typhoid fever ain re the mercantile answer came, back Democrats in caucus early next week
business together $100 in the sale fails for
; that some dementtralion of _animosity friends. He is also a social factor reported ,there. since 1856. Irregularity to consider proposed changes in the
"- They still retain their interest and $200 in of the issue
'betoreen'thelesaierr''is to The levee case rules to more thoroughly distribute
happen the community nti'spreads good at Mounds is still hold
in that
business but
are the
being approved, council felt
soon, .a considerable \number of for cheer wherever he goes. To shake ing. An expedition sent to the Kentucky shoulders i relieved legislation.The
I younger bear the active and the deal then dosed
1.tip.. "residents, - in..the'_ capitol... -'< . moved, his hand is'to warm your heart Long side this afternoon to take responsibilities, while they are I with.the bank. was date of the Democratic Housa

to other parts.of the -republic. Some live Senator B Xton. supplies and drinking water to several taking life at slower at'their caucus to pass upon the details .t
a pace The bank to sell to citizens
.even started for the: United States families marooned there.. advanced yurs. agrees the tariti'revision bill had not beta
They are active of Orlando
; any'amount of the bonds
Not even.the moat optimistic'view It was deneid today that Point determined upon early today.
keen men"and
OTHER CITIES AFTER IMPROVEMENTS are not slow to detect that_ may 'be applied for within the
\ taken tonight, indicates' the slightest Pleasant levee had broken. Wateris the General legislative subjects thai "-y
advantages Florida and
especially next thirty days, at and this
progress made towards the pacification near the top of the levee, but of Orlando par; may come before the special session
which.they find mostto
is certainly fair
r' of the republic during the past I there is _no immediate .dAnger. Much their are being held back by party leaden
It has been that it liking after traveling there
suggested wouldbe over are a number of people lookingfor
:, week. The situation in the ,north driftwood is passing the Ohio river considerable two houses 'and by Presides
very desirable, to have the incoming portions of the state. safe investments who will take ad
is as grave, if not more'so, than ever here making it precarious to, operate Wilson in the hope that no other subjects -
session of the Wednesday they'expect sister
Legislature amend a vantage of this offer. will draw
and several "powerful rebel leaders boats. attention from tariff
; the charter of the city of Lakeland Mrs. Theadore Case, wife of a promi Of course after that date the bankis revision during the y
i :remain uneaptured. early days of tt
so that the people could issue bonds nent attorney of Hartford, and together under no obligations to let the session.
Mexico. City; April ,b.Sultepec'sejectric A LONG AUTO TRIP.
for ,municipal purposes to whatever I they ,will spend another weekor bonds go at par. The bonds are worth Hundreds of minor
} light and power company'splant appointment
extent might be desired. There is a two in Orlando. more than and will inside of
: .. near ,Tolneo, state' of :Mexico, Mrs. H. L. Beeman, and son, Edwin, par a expected to reach the Senate on Monday
limiting clause in the charter at pres- year sell for considerably more and
when that
:was attacked early tonight by a number who have been spending several days body convenes.
ent providing that bonds be issued fair minded will
may every man hope to
; 1 '.of men under the leadership ofthe at St. Augustine and Jacksonville, OBITUARY. President Wilson has announced
to the extent of only $250,000. It see the bank handle this bond issueat
r ,rebel,general, De La 0. A hurry returned to this city last night only a few recess appointments

;:s'Doll, for troops has just been received is thought this amount will'not be They left Jacksonville at 8:20 yes. James W. Dallas was born in Tuscarawas a profit, for they certainly have it was understood that scores of revenue

; :at the national, palace and'orders sufficient to provide improvements the terday morning and were in Orlando county, Ohio,.October 31st, performed good service to Orlando, appointments had been determined .
rapid growth' of the city will inevi 1839. Was a resident of that and if they are met by encouragement and would be
's hate been issued for a detachment last night at seven o'clock and this county upon sent to the
; tably call for within the next few I from the home citizens in this
until 1882. He married Miss Catherine Senate early in the week.
/ :to leave immediately:for the scene to, in the face, of the fact that just \
and the amount of bonded indebtedness transaction.. will, the for I-
years '

'' Croghans, to which was born open way
t of trouble, The, Sultepec''plant is on the other side of'the ferry in Vo- ;,
tr should be left to the pudg-- eight children five of'which with handling other large transactions in
:owned ,
entirely by Americans. lusia county, their car got stuck in A BEAUTIFUL CHEROKEE '
ment of the people of the community his wife,. have 'preceded him to the which this city and county are vitally HOMI.
:the mud,- hub deep where about
j' It is presumed the amendment would interested. -
AN, OLD .FRIEND IN THE CITY. i:hour was consumed in getting out great beyond.In
readily go through if the council requested That the public realize the One of the
#which was accomplished by the aide younger days, he joined the may many attractive homes
it Lakeland News. Methodist church and was a memberof brain and:business and financial ability of Orlando, is that,owned by Mr. sal
Me&efee mule and
Mr. R. N. who long ago, of a team although Mrs.
that church for that is back of the bank that Mrs. S. P. Carpenter, lake
'was' one of the business men' who Beeman had made this one' hundred a number of.years. put on Chero
r.' FLORIDA SOIL ALRIGHT. In 1882, he moved to Akron, Ohio, through this largest single financial kee. Their yard is a thing of beauty
.. pioneered Orlando and who has and sixty-eight-mile trip by auto,
To'see two horse showed where he lived up to three yean ago, transaction by home capital in the with its many varieties of roses ant,
.J many friends and admirers in this wagons roiling .1 she no signs of fatigue and
when he came to Florida to. history of the county we append. a posies, palms and caladiums, 1'e1'Dl'and
f city,.spent, several days with friends in town yesterday loaded to the brim I l talked of the trip as a pleasant one spend
the rest of his in the list of the officers:, vines, all systematically
days land
with cabbage of arrange
here, but it now on his way to: his wagons piled highWith. notwithstanding the experience at "

home, city, Baltimore, where he .has crates of ,beans, for shipmentnorth the ,ferry. Mrs. Beeman gets a great Sunshine, but alas! there was very H. Overstreet, President and well kept.

:targe business_ interests 'and is .huckster wagons loaded untilthey deal of pleasure out of an auto and little sunshine,,for him, for he was S. Y. Way, Vice-President! Their beautiful home set in ',Oe"

among the business hustlers of the complained of their burden of Edwin is an expert in operating, so in poor health' the most of the time C. E. Johnson,' Vice-President midst of a large plat ,of ground k

toBe.' beets, cucumber, plant andall until death, finally took him from Chas. P. Dow, Cashier.. the midst,of these pleasing.surrouneVings
,Metropolis of the P There-ar egg peas that;.they are enabled to get the most
the this world of sorrow ,on April 4th E. G. Hauselt, Asst. Cashier. presents a very pretty ture. '
many man in Orlando who from baa good thugs a garden can produce out of an auto trip..! ,

i ,iatt"'considerations u'well' as'' socialenvironments ; bag upon bag j of new Irish potatoes 1913, aged seventy-three 'Tears,' five Directors-J. C. 'Patterson, Chairman But that which attracts most are

at,all times,pleasantlyentertain bushels of dig yellow sweet Every time we get to thinking in months and. four days. ; M. 0. ,Overstreet, S. y' 'Way, the,friends within. No kindlier pee- .

'a high regard for Mr. Menrfee potatoes, summer squash, and toms our',optimistic. way that this time 'C. E, Johnson,' B., Drew,. J. .T.. Hcndricks ple ever.lived than Mr. and Mrs Carpenter .. -

fv ,'and 'it;is the sincere .J rope; of all toes galore would convince,.even the we're going to write something really ,NOTICE ; L H. Gedge. "' and,.the welcome, banner ever

.. .that "when Mr. :Mentfet gets readyto mort.rkeptic'that,there is some virtue worth while, our attention it Averted We ,wish: ,'to: extend ,our heartfelt floats swings to the breeze and the 'gait'

7 ..retire' from ,tht 'activities of of in Florida sofl. J by the neighbor's cat mourning forher gratitude ',to 'friends .in .Orlando, for r 'It is now explained why'the Mexicans they who wide to'raIl, and' many ate .

1 *Kfe that he wiQ tome to'.Orlando.and kittens, and they are not-Cokm- tJae.kJadaess and:;sympathy extended keep: on .fighting each' ,other_ charming stroll' through' tifc '*

ft ."take:his ease .1IMDI..frieHL.. The_ The devil, seldom lingers long but Journal us k.the! 'hours of ow.peat beieeve-_ when tbeyjotgfct to' peace.;Every and 'woman place where a .tinHy. at* "

*X**,I;.Satebel".will be reid.pyMr: ;: ,Meatfeethis aroBfid a woman who 'goes to church meat,
f _summer.ttrifce. on Sunday. :intlast; year's hat merely lDnaa_,'. :Real ;Estate,: Lasrr aad tfce offer:'of,liter, wko'assisted SHM ieliew.appropriates it for,deefekg a..kindly natare b beautifrinr# ,atfMr. \ :;

for the, sake.'of worshiping.Philadelphia poirMlr,. Cart ir A.0'Ideal, Mat feet 1Ii.1JIu.ial' "loved .. r
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we.W. ; )disappearance. ;hos- r. and Jir '
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'' t. KWGiBBfflVBS WITH WILSON So many;people :were left destituie 'TO NKWMS1VHBNG8 OUT . -
It''is.indicative..of the tarly..".. .dump- by i the floods ia.Indiana: and so !<} .
leD of the progressive party- u a much provision was' destroyed that i In Cow Boy and Indian Suits. Boys
eparate political.organization that so the mayor of Indianapolis baa ordered Bathing Soils, one and Two Piece Magnificent
;.i ;few of the Senators and Representa- ,eight car loads of potatoes shipped Suits. Bathing Shirts and Trunks 25;} Showing of
,fcvea'in Congress:are willing to'step to that city for distribution 35 and 50c the rat
I teitar oat of.theold partiesandally among ,the. flood stricken,districts., J.,"ANNO_ ,
'Aemselveg with;the new organization. 6t The Boys' Clothier
tf the dozen or more "insurgents" orrogressiTea" New Spring Suits
: ..t' in the Senate, only I
flapp. of [Minnesota, Poimlexter of
Washington.and possibly Bristow of .. 1
lansas;are regarded as out-and-out : and Dresses .
lowers of..Colonel Roosevelt'alead. O ORLANDO[ HIND L UUNDRY
: QtIa1 p., La Follette Wisconsin and
vVorks of California are generally be
Keyed to be supporters of President
;'Wflra's administration, ,and 'the 11 East Pine Street WE ARE SHOWING A BEAUTIFUL ASSORTMENT OF

khers still .classif themselves. as SILKS.AND SATINS, ALL COLORS, DRESS GOODS

'. irond Much to the exist same in the division House.has The been call Prices ReasoDhIe' an Wort u&doteedFamily YOUNG. WHITE, CANVAS SHOES. THE DISPLAY .
l for a Progressive caucus, with the ACCURATE ILLUSTRATIONS OF ,THE
.Object of making' the, militant. Mur-: Personal SEASONS BEST AND LATEST CREATIONS, AND
Washing a Specialty.
a t".i1ek of Kansas the floor leader of a IS WORTHY THE ATTENTION OF EVERY ORLANDO
't.cparate: group has been,met ,with agjrotest Supervision of all\ Work. WOMAN. CALL IN AND ACQUAINT YOURSELF
from such influential members I .
%California* Lenroot of Wisconsin, a Eaylarlan .
Seutenant of Senator La Toilette, and
Anderson of Minnesota, who defeated
James, A. Tawneyfor the ,nomination Phone 195 "
two years ago. They 'declare that it New
,a.,the duty of real progressives tort York
..appon,I the Wilson .administration GIVE US A TRIAL !
41 md intimate,that it is petty politics
fe. try to keep up a separate organi- :
,ation in the House for third party Bargain Store .
.advantage. ,
It is, becoming more and.more evi4uit MMMiiMtttiiiiiiiimmimiiiMMimiiiMiiMCHAS.

that,the Progressive party was LORD J. N. BEAD8HAW If You Would be Posted be Daily Visitor to this Store
Armed partly as a protect against t __
'' !aft, but chiefly for the worship of : ___
Colonel Roosevelt, and that with Taft Lord Bradshaw
ant of politics,'it win have only such Ten per mi off on all linen and 11111111111111111"11" '" i.I' 111.111111111111111111 t
k' vitality as the continued efforts of the We wish to announce to our friends, and the public generally, Lace at Hamilton Dunn's.J. .
; colonel can give it. If Wilson succeeds 1913. l EodelsMOTOCYCLES
that we have formed a partnership under the
i dividing the Progressives and at.itching *
), many of them to the Deraocttcy above firm name, for a general

:5 it,will c be'for some soul-, B. McKAY,
aearching analysis of Republican poliafes Real Estate andlnsuranc'ebusin CONTRACTOR AND
r; by the present .leaders of that BUILDER.
,: party, and are centrally located in a ground floor office at No. Superintend All Work.
Prices That Are an
SEWS. .FROM4ALL 'PARTS OFFLORIDA. 17 8. Orange Avenue, (formerly occupied by Hamilton & Dunn IndoceneBt.

.' Millinery), where we will be pleased to meet all our:old friends All Work Guaranteed..
The present building season prom-
: lea to' be the best Tarpon Springs and to make new ones.
Sas witnessed, for'.some years. i !
Our list of city and acreage property is surpassed by none, I MilillliilMMMillillllELIJAH
i FOOT H. P. Models $200.00
The corner stone of'the new Ca"ifes -.! and we have some exceptional bargains COME AND SEE Us .! HAND Seven H. P. Models $250.00
block in Satasota was laid and i
;( **. dedicated 'by a gathering of repre- Ftaeral Director
Lord ,& Bradshaw : :: :
ntative,citizens a few days ago. i and Embalmer O.e.ailpertORLANDO

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, 3 IMS been':that' of, the fathers ,and PAT NT' tI OUR i-I overheard a,prominent hardware

c/ wfc n:4itt: _the. :last, to I.-'.... .1I.'hmfcy.-chw that WI the nfc I I dealer ritUen Bay this of Orlando morning to could a prominent have

. 'natiM.that I.J .own.lessen$ &ife atawd. will. apply to. tile Governor. of tile I let Crefli IT'SAFAIR '
> .:. ,MM: M.a IlMlaBy- V im Ti BBi k -M. err *M* ..A. I i bought la fat $2.69.aDd. |5.00 but PROPOSITION
&., eaanot be made useful. for their. own tMBth day of April.A. D. 1911. for Letters I did not :
' Patent taeorporatiBi THE PWCK SLKC- I NEW At the time he referred to I soldfor
1dre I
TRIC CO, under tile following proposed chat an Orlando man several hundred
ter. tile orlfteal of which fc now on ik in I TO ASSUME THAT yo'll'ARE
; And to ;those who examine ,conditions tile oOe-of the Secretary of State of the : ke Creu. acres of land ,in Orange county. for
superficially it seems a great ,aaid State of Florida. t|LOO per acre, the same land ia now M
( Witness our names this 14th day of March. : i t sold in 10 and twenty acre tracts for ;
the human
: curse :A. a 1013. I
1'. M. BARKER, IS l 930.00 per acre, and is cheap at this
lift ,the most important I ,
speech, F. H. wILLIAMS I I price.
'gift beatowed upon man next to his EARL V. MATER' I fee Cream I That were the Orlando people buy- BEST. WE ARE SPECIALISTS IN :
JESSE HOOK. I ling at that time! Gold stock
power of,thought, should be worthless E. S. PIEBCE.. I mining t -
1 l If had bought land could
in;,the warning of children against Attorney for Incorporaton., -- MADE gore your profit You knew some : Electrical Wireing and Motor Work : ,
the mistakes of their fathers and ARTICLE OF INCORPORATION .OF THE Mime ago your profit on the mining ,

.mothers.. We, the PIERCE undersigned ELECTRIC.ineorporaton$O. herebyasawtate ke Cream '.stock, without having to figure"'on it. NEWELL
ovrsehwr together for the purpose ; If you have not yet bought some ELECTRICAL COMPANYARCADE
Through the ages-for thousandsyears I of forming a eorporatioe>> for profit under the FROM 'I Orlando or Orange. county property,
of and thousands of centuries-: lam do of adopt the.,State the following of Florida. : and to thatend there is still opportunities for large BUILDING

each human being has been compelledto PROPOSED CHARTERThe ke CreamREAL ,profits, and I can show )01L s
L I[ I can sell you something that will CHURCH ST. N
go through the whole gamut of name of the Corporation shall he THE make you money but your gold mining
its mistakes PIERCE ELECTRIC CO.. and Ita principal PHONE 280
life, disappointments place of bin tnes than be ORLANDO. FLOR- stock will not buy it.
from childhood into old age. Each IDA; but the company may'establvh branch r r[ Call. and see me.
torn for tile.CODduct or the extentkm of ttaasiness .i CARL JANSEN
made the mistakes of fee Cream
at such other points in the State at Office over Dickson & Ives, Orange
.his period, and those older than himself ,its. **Director. .aay determine.IL { Avenue Orlando Fla.I .
,. with their warning' words. and The geed Bator of the bo roes shall be CREAM I The banks and the business men of
transact: and carry on a General' Orlando know if do not ask .
pointing have not availed to me, you ,
: fingers Business consisting of all branches of ele- lee CreamBEST (
single,error. trical contracting:, and dealing either by them.imillHIMMMMMilMI
( stop one
wholeule or retail in electrical materialsand TheBestistheCheapestSO 4
,Many a man has exclaimed againstthe supplies, and inch other lines of mer-
ehandise u the directors may from time to
injustice and the folly in divine time deem advisable with powers Incident
thereto as provided by the Statutes of the Ice CreamYOU GET THE
,government that make it possible for State. of BEST OF
'the to profit by the experiencesof t .
young The amount of the Capital Stock of the

--.the.-- old..-- Corporation,'to be shall divided be Fir Oat Thousand Fifty (M IS.000.00)) shares THE!:! ONE CIGAR THAT Paints and Wall Paper :
off .
But the laws that regulate the lives the par vein* of Hundred 0100.00] ke CreamEVER :
this planet:-:and that Dollars each, Foes fifths of the said capital *, .
of little men on be payable in at a jnst

regulate thought and life in the v at sluatlootto a meeting be called And for by that the board purpose directors and one; EVERYBODY LIKES THE 1912 WALL PAPER IN SAMPLESIS
planets and sun billions of miles fourth payable in lawful money of the United "
men's States at the call of. the Board of Directors.IV.
take little heed omp1aintL -
away .
The term for which the corporation b to
exist shall be perpetualV.. TASTED DO IS TO TELEPHONE AND 'I WILL

The officers "'whom the business of the fee CreamAT HAWLEY'SSTRAIGHTS BRING THE SAMPLE TO YOUR.HO'ME..
Every human being must learn corporation is to be condnted shall be a Fraildint -
Vie President, Secretary Treasurer and
the whole lesson of life for himself. a Board of Four Directors. The offices of .
childbefore it'is born Secretary If It shall b* deemed,advisable by .
Every goesthrough the board of directors may be held by the \ GEO. A., BARKER PHONE 268
'of animal development urn person The number of the directors .
all the;;stages b* chanted from to time by by-
frS v. the single cell all lain, but at no time shall the number bpi less } lane lJ DCo. 'Get the best cigar at five

the way up 'to 'the',fully develops than}The three officer or shall more b than* chosen five.annually by the .,cents the next time you __ . . _ __h. _
human being. And science can read stockholders at their annual meeting to beheld want to smoke-judge for
on the first Tuesday after the first Monday -
in the various stages of the unborn of May of each and every year. Until the 'yourself.
election to be held on the first Tuesday after Quick Delivery
child all the physical evolution o:f the first Monday of May A, D.' 1111. P. M. I .,
animal life'on this planet shall Barker be shall VkfPmfirat be president L and; Earl F. H.V.Williams Mayer. Watkins 'suuataePhone LATEST m 11 I SPRING G MILLINERY

And the body through physical shall b* Secretary and Treasurer. : and F. M ,
u goes Barker Ear V. Mayer F.'.H.',Williams an. \ 2 Made in Orlando and sold t
evolution before birth, so the Jess Hook shall be the VL Board of Directors. .. 'by 'all dealers. i

brain goes through mental evolution .The highest amount of liability to whit _..., . .
after 'birtn.* the corporation can at any time subject ft. -- 0
self shall be Hv ,Thousand $5.000.00) Dol.Tbe -I
The child, from its first. day until_ Ian. vn,, II I I COUNTY OF ORANGE IIMIIIIIIIIIMIIIMIIIU Laces Embroideriesand. !
BE IT REMEMBERED that on the 14th diof ,
its last;; follows the line, of mentadevelopment'on name and residences of the subscribers' March A. D. 191S before me the subscriber f
to the capital stock. and the number of shares personally appeared F. M. Barker ---
this planet The fret of the said capital stock subscribed by tack F. H. Williams Earl V. Mayer. Jew Hook Dress ,:
motion. thatappeared'in i the lowest ait u follows* and E. S. Pierce who I am satisfied are the And it is a good thing for the human Materials :
Residence No. of Shares .
individuals described a and who executed the
animal was' fear. And that is;:the rlCbr.: Orlando, Florida Ten (10) sham foregoing proposed charter and acknowledged, race that it is so.
first emotion that appears In'the r.t B.'WSilims."Orlando'Fit.' ten (10) sham severally that they executed tile same u incorporators For the fact that we refuse to be _
Earl V. Mayer, Orlando Fit; tea (10) sham for the uses and purposes there -
child. Jess Hook Orlando, Fhv, ten (10) shares in expensed. taught by 'experience ,is responsiblefor
E. 8. Pierce Gainesville. Fla. One (1) stare WITNESS my hand and official seal at Orlando
The second emotion that appears in IN WITNESS WHEREOF we have here in the County and State aforesaid oa the glorious fact that we refuseto HISSES HAMILTON & DUNN .
the lowest animal is anger. And unto March set A.our D.buds lilt and mil this 14th day of I the day and year last .above H. YOWELL.written.H. believe that anything is impossible.

the second .emotion in the F. M. BARKER. (Seal) Notary Public, my commission Failure to listen to the
that is teachings of
F. H. WILLIAMS. (Seal) .
I pins Jan 8th. 1111.Notarial
child. JBB8E EARL V.HOOK MATER ((Seal Seal)) I I ( lullAdvertise wisdom is confined to the teachings,. Ageits for Barclay Corsets : E

And so it goes' Each must run the E. 8. PIERCE. (Seal) and experiences that have gone be

gamut and learn everything anew., STATE OF FLORIDA ss. t in the Sentinel fore.


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r-" The all-important question of Furniture. You'll readily admit that you fare

looking for a full dollar's worth for every dollar you spend, then come

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Reason Why Most

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b' People buy at Kincaid & Snow-
Is what we all want for our
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deal No in Stock more I Home l Furnishings
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Our trust ii popular; it belong to the people ; it has never been attacked by the man with the

muck nkc The word trust has several! meanings, The one we refer to means confidence, faith and reliance

Without this trust modern business could not be conducted, Our trust is yours for the asking,

Now is, the time to ask for it, Your credit is good This big building is packed with Fumiture:

stoves of every description, ,

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4- Sentinel is fr, the people- ; .
MOUBN6 AND Something of a stir has' been'treated .'
r M aU the people, and whatever influence the .
recently; by su i utterances . . .
. b ,Intered at tin port aria at Orlando .the paper may have, will, be on'the of Dr. Patten, professor of'po" ',: i. "" i,.' "
bride 'u second Clare .Mail Matter.SUWCKPTION side of the people. litical economy in. the UniversiiYof :' .... .."

i The upbuilding of the city and the the .
RATES Pennsylvania, on subject olw ge-
!advancement of her every interests When You Choose
saving by working girls. Be says, if '
i TEE DAILY' SENTINEL our aim..Clean his words have been truly reported, .

tI&e year ...........!!........15.00ftx business,, dean politics and that young people ought to live be- .
Months .....i..r 1.60 dean morals is what shall advocate -
wee their if
yond means, necessary, in
free Months ................. L25By and we shall condemn evil order to dress well, and that thegirl a Gift of Jewelry

;and evil doers without discrimination. who keeps a stylish .
MVB carrier la Orlando. cots per up appearance ,
to nth,:Dafly tad Sunday. We are for a greater. and better Or- will in the end be of more help to her
lando. Here is a rich opportunity
parents than the one who shab-
Tb* Orlando Momfa Sentinel en to tend
4 a aak in Orlando at Carte 4 OTfeTi Book for a grand city surrounded by a by clothes in order to hand her wages
Sfcre. rich country and the people, should over to the family. For an attrac- THEN YOU MAKE A LASTING GIFT THAT MUST I

W.' wfll appreciate prompt complaint If unite in building a city good in all tively dressed girl is advanced more BEAR EVERY TEST OF TIME AND JUDGMENT AND

:c S4M Attftry h not properly made fcy oar carriers.AdentWni its apartments and in all its appoint- quickly to higher positions, while the TASTE. WHEN YOU SELECT FROM THE STOCK OF

raid wflLbe' fnrnkhed on apjicatlon. ments.. Are you going. to join the shabby girl, who is ashamed of her EVANS YOU ARE SECURE. FOR HERE EVERY PIECE,

_. Sentinel and the good people of Orlando clothes, will be left behind. A well EVEN THE MEREST TRIFLE-IS CHOSEN .
i' THE WBKLYftr SENTINEL in this work?
planned life, according to Dr. Patten, '
?ear. by mail port*** paid ........Leo We have no object in view except should be divided into four periods: WHOSE KNOWLEDGE AND TASTE RAVE WON.
.Mires THE HhTUf&l, Oritnda Iteida.QOet .
making life easier and happier for "The average man should spend RECOGNITION. ..
: 107 Omit Street Aradi BaOAas N
.PlMmeU the good people who stay ,here the more money than he earns until he THE BEAUTY, THE STYLE, THE WORKMANSHIP,

<< year around and more inviting tq| is thirty years of age. From thirty ARE ALWAS THE BEST.

;t 1 F. SCHUMANN, Editor. those who come to us for a season. until he is forty,he should be able to
JOSIAH FERRIS Proprietor. : Next fall the Sentinel will be one of pay it back. After forty years and EVANS' FAIR AND MODERATE PRICES ARE AS FAMOUS .

the best equipped newspaper officesin up until he is sixty he ought to be AS EVANS' BEAUTIFUL AND EXCLUSIVE DESIGNS

= ; SUNDAY APRIL 6TH, 1913. Florida and will be in a positionto I able to lay by enough to keep him ;: COMPARISON OF YALUESINVITED.T.I1.Evans .

give the people even a better paper after he has reached the three-score .

FS .Several gas tanks will, ship fromfenford than we are now doing. mark. He ought to stop then, and ,,,
. the Sentinel in the onward
today for Tallahassee. t every well-regulated life should last .
;.' 0 march and let us make the City until at least eighty, and he can
t So.JDI.Df gas and light plants have Beautiful the greatest in the State. in idleness from what he saved after

; ; ken submerged by the recent floods he reached the age of forty."

r .' ftat we may. expect watered stocks. THAT PROPOSED NEW CITRUS .This is a startling view, to people

g+ o LAW who have been taught from childhood the

It is said that the Sanford county that as soon as one begins to earn, JewelerOPPOSITE

z division campaign has assumed the Laws touching' the marketing of one 'should begin to save. Common ,
citrus fruits .cannot be scanned too
arm of 'a two ,handled jug. sense at once rejects a part of it
o losely. The citrus fruit of Floridais If we could be certain of living until POST OFFICE

'Electricians are busily engaged in of so much value to the state that I I eighty, .or even sixty or forty yearsof

.4 ; Batting fans in the assembly rooms men who have exes to grind must note age, the scheme would be ideal. EXPERT REPAIRING AND ENGRAVING.

*the'State Capital to:counteract,the > allowed to,tamper with them.A Unfortunately we are quite as liableto

:A elects, of the imported hot air. law permitting one section of fall ill or die in our early years, ,.
s=t o the state to'market ahead of another and then the prospect of what we are --

: Next Monday for the first time would be most mischeivous in jts effects going to earn at forty years of age': .

.1 since Cleveland's day there will begin and work harm to a majorityof will not be very useful to us. Many I

aeration the lawmaking machinery the orange growers of the entire people, if they waited until after I

tf. the government in full control of state. One general law covering the thirty years of age to help their par- I

fte Democratic party. subject will do the business. That one ents, would have no parents to help; !
o county has fruit that matures aheadof so that very few working girls can SILK TOCKINGS
the fruit of another county is non-
If you haven't anything else to do, conscientiously live without sharing
.l 4 jw: might sit adown"and figure out sense. If the fruit meets the test as their earnings, in some degree, and

( that use you 'would make J jof the to ripeness otherwise that is the saving at least a small part of them.

,4c Morgan millions-proVided. you had end of it whether it comes from Dade Actual conditions have to be faced,

'aVem. county or Yolusia. regardless of theory. 1

o I The law proposed by Judge Worleyis
a most dangerous proposition and For 'Dayand
Several score of men are having THOUGHTS FOR YOUNG MEN.
receive serious consideration k,
Heir trousers pressed and their long- ought not
IIi1ecl coat: dusted preparatory to in the legislature. i -

Z; tLelr.departure for the state capital, o Old age says to youth, "Such and 1i1fiIittiiii!
TRUE ENJOYMENT such a thing cannot be done; do not
vbere will
they ten the law makers
try it." And youth says, "You could 3 '
by it should be done.
? ------.A.. "" What constitutes recreation dependsof not do it safely but perhaprf trio.1" EveningWear

course, on the point Of.view of the Youth suffers, but knowledge is in-
Ohio women desire permission to creased and the of 'is in-
one who is recreated. This anecdote power man
JSfulate the wearing apparel of the
shows what one small citizen thought creased. ___
=j tiito representative: who takes ex- enjoyable: One of the best things that Napoleon ______
ar, fp'tfon to women's styles. If their
Ahoy in a certain state school for said was said after he had crossed
c fiches are granted, they will prob- the winter.He .
l'; dependant children wrote his father: \p!
ably have him shroud.
wear a
"Dear Papa-We children are having was praised as a great genius,
t -a---' a good time'here now. Mr. Sager but truly replied: "To cross the Alps
r ,Because the great rush of work Winter is th esafesl
broke his leg and can't work. We was ;
2 ft his department, the Supervising'Architect went on a picnic and it rained and time, for in winter the snows do"'nol Our Personal Guarantee

of.the Treasury Department we all got wet. Many children here move. I deserve no credit at all' excepting -

-: '!; IM. announced.>that he will not bet are sick with mumps. Mr. Higgins for refusing to believe those Accompanies Every Pair
rte a le to draw'plana for the new Post. fell' off the wagon and broke his rib, who said it was impossible."
aaEce building authorized for Sanford in warfare refused to
but he can work a little. The man Napoleon .
,f t Wore. 1916. that is digging the deep well'whipped take as his guide the, experience oi .

'r, 1 us boys with a buggy whip because older people. And, therefore, he became

,[. .. Rumor. has it that Forrest Lake will we threw sand in his machine and Napoleon, the greatest .of all Marion B. Ives

. r. live a seat in the darkest corner of made black and blue marks on us. his class. "*

: \ Ae. state capital and that a colored Ernest cut his finger badly. We sure And the men that built the ships of

) Hd will fan him when he is referred are all very happy." iron refused to believe the older men
.'*' to' in the county division question who laughed at them and told them

'wham it is under discussion. OUR SENATOR UNPLEDGED. that ships could only be made of wood. EXCLUSIVE MILLINERY PARLORS
: o And so we have iron ships.
The Senator A. E. Donegan has said And Edison refused to believe the ;4
moving picture companies, ac-
erding'to one authority, engages good bye, temporarily to his large experienced men' who told him that Second Floor]! '

sore capital today than Standard Oil private interests and goes today to you could not possibly send more than .

and United States Steel combined. Wet Tallahassee, where he will serve the one message at the same time on one

*>>> not know whether this is true, but people of Orange and ,Osceola counties single telegraph wire. And so we

'.r si any rate the capital involved makes faithfully and impartially. The have the benefit of Edison's work.
.; In .impressively' large total. ;vote of the majority of the people of And the first men that put their LUCERNE THEATER MONDAY SPRING IN THE CITY I

o Orange county made Mr. Donegan faith-all young men-in steam refused THREE REELS I

t : senator, and he will be averse to doing to believe the wise ancients who SPECIAL FEATURE PROGRAM In oldtime spring the birds a-wing
Every village, town and city out
, Y lide'of the Sanford district is protest- that which the majority do not said that such things were impossible. Made quite a nice display, Oscar Hand

lag against county division. Will our want done. He has made no pledgeon So we have the locomotive instead tithe "The Weapon" ..........Vitagraph But biplanes now, so men avow,

z kw makers allow Sanford and their the county division, and the Sen- stage coach. A modern drama,. featuringMr. Scare all the' birds away. &Son

tinel is constrained to believe that Maurice Costello
vet friends dictate to them 8Meeu to E. Hand
tat which contrary to the wishes he never will vote for the bill know- THE HOVEYS LEAVE FOR NORTHMr. "Look Not Upon The Wine" BiographA In oldtime spring birds used to sing;
he does that the of But now we miss their tones.
rf the people? ing as majority comedy I FULL LINE OF COMPLETE .
the people are against it. "The Message of the.Plains ..Kalem No birds appear; we only hear
o and Mrs. C. A. Hovey will leave HOUSE FURNISHINGS
A beautiful Lenten portrayalof The neighbors' graphophones.
for their home in Glens .
;c So many men in parts of Orange tomorrow I
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Il enty as so exercised over the lines Falls, N. Y. ,
I- The Sentinel invites attention to the MOST WONDERFUL PROGRAM FAVORITE MONDAY THREE 'I
4 rf the proposed new county that they Mr. Hovey is a large property own- COME IN AND SEE US
advertisements in this issue The WHICH MUST BE SEEN TO EN- CRACKERJACK REELS
lie forgetting to plant their gardens, er here and has some of the most .
f people who"'advertise the who JOY.
are men
f .d when one man was twitted about valuable in the city. He has been a
= t' have something worth your consider Special Matinee, 3:30 to 5 p. m. The Angel>of Studio ........Victor
It he retorted that if,the county was great contributer to the material
ation. "No man lighteth a candle and Admission 5 cents to Everyone.Christadelphian A strong drama
- Prided, the, biggest trop Barney growth o( Orlando, and ha a host of:
straight way puts it under a bushel"It Making Uncle Jealous ......Eclair
mold have to harvest would be the friends in the city.
is human nature, if you have a Memorial Service 10:30 a. m. Lecture Comedy Drama L T. Mustard
ftp of delinquent sales.The His latest effort was the buildingof
good thing to tell about it. It is an that 7:30 p m. .v Subject, "What The Girl From the Country.....Imp ,
0 a number of neat bungalows,
YL, indisputable fact that the men who Christadelphians Believe and Why Comedy Drama
one or two men who, after the best advertisers have the best meet a popular demand. 10
are i They Believe It. Open 2 to 5 and 6:45 to p. m.
pending the ,winter in Florida ,and things to offer. Pick up the news- Davis & McNeil Block. A cordial ,EXTRA-Coming next week. Mil I' TIE CIII8P811SI.I .
fen went home and wrote newspaper paper and learn the names ofthe men ,The man or men in tiys year of welcome to alL, ler Bros "101" Ranch pictures in five

articles condemning the state as con who are making Orlando a business 1913, who succeed in getting some reel We have booked this feature
fuming nothing but climate and sand city. measure through the State legislaturethat take I Manicure Pedicure. Shampoo,
city, a shopping for two days., The pictures us
: .aught to, see the .car loads of veget- will insure to the State good DR. CUTHBERTSON: SENT TO Face and Scalp Massage
all ,over the great :ranch, showing
shies that to the flood sufierers roads will find smooth political DAYTON.Dr. .
are going THE WILL OF THE WORITY.Will ,' a cowboy life. You can't afford to
: of the north, from Florida and the members of the legislatureof road to higher honors.o miss it. Watch these columns.

6: they would be moved to shame. Florida ,be willing to advertise to o Cuthbertson, of the U. S. Parlor over Dickson & lyes store

o there is this ,to be said for Navy, who sent the Christmas holidays -
the world that in this state the will GRAND THEATRE."The comer Orange and Central
Some persons who ought to feel of the majority counts for nothing? John Pjerpont Morgan: ',,That, whereas with.his.parents at their,pretty /: ,

'r r Bore interested' in the matter, think _No one will dispute the fact that if. most of. 'the other fam6us financiers home on South street, has many 1 > "-Pathe drama. I Avenues.
Eacae, --
f fee, little fly should not be held up the matter of county division was,: of this country"made a large friends in the city who are interest Edisoncemedy.
"A to Unde--Sam, -
to so much,public ridicule. Well, the left to a vote of the people of Orange share of their money by Wrecking ed In the news that he has been ordered I Utter. .
c; Ohi .. Here he'will It often: happens that. those who
fcntinel of their of to Dayton, --
$ will keep after the little fly county not twenty per cent would properties as part' plan "
: i" ..JBtJl those/responsible for the breed- vote for' 'it be the law of Florida operation, he made practically,all,'of unite. nis' skill with,tJt&t-of the akffl \"The:\ Wrong _Bottle,. Biograh- win not listen;when advised to dress

,ig, places in'the heart of the city, that a vast majority of a countyCan his by building up.. Many a :shareholder :- of otherghyaceaN: ;whoa.btttfeg: h. with care in .cold weather get to the

k t 'lee that_they:are:abated and if they ask'and receive division with'no whose property .wa' on "the with tfce fetrfd eo&feiiwtt* .. place later,on"wiere,they,cannot hear

.. .iw?'not. soon. ,abaied we1. get per. better: excuse than, Sanford '.has to ruin.may,tfeaek haa,'for.saving aftG: Wag:... ; lf'w;WrerMi .- :I iap:"T. ;in ,Aliga sr'B+..,,,'eartH. -by ream p*.deafness from expo-

,'!;r, .4"J.; .. ')' oJ' offer,,..God pity Florida.: : .it: .._ r'R r- taV':MiILr. .,_." di 'crMeal\. .. .... Peet'. ofliee:" 4 J tf I I I'sere. ;
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money can buy, and we can give ;
Come in and see them.

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us Our

.- KNOWS HOW TO "CATCH" THE ONE WHO POSES IN MEN'S SHIRTS prices ,are as low as is possibleon

('c' THE MOST ATTRACTIVE ATTITUDE. WHY DOES ONE We also have a nice line of"ECLIPSE" the present high leather mar-

The men that have worn them,
don't need to be told that theyare a

DO THE VOLUME OF BUSINESS AND DO NOT HAVE TO fitters, and that they wear
ADD ANYTHING TO A LEGITIMATE PROFIT, AS WE well. To look at them is to buy


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I n w F, N, OAPMAN D 106 S. Orange 9ve, Orlando \t tY '

Mr. Francis E. Gregory, of Wash- Mr. and Mrs. A. P. Smith, of MMIIMIIIIIIIIIIItlMtlMMMMMtMMilllUMItMHIIIHII 1E'

ington, D. C., left for his home in Wheeling, West Virginia, are spend- j

WADB the Capitol City yesterday.Mr. ing ,a few days in the city.
F ORLANDO. FLA. and Mrs. Thomas Wheelis St Cloud gets the next State encampment :

started northward yesterday for their of the Grand army of the .

f home in Pandach, Ky, and they go Republic. :

H. C. Rinaldi, of Tampa, Is in the with no little apprehension of conditions I .I

city today Tinting re1atiTe&j in -this. ,floded..-.-r, *district, "'.' t, Martin Greenwood of Maryland, .. Yowell's
r1rY. I|has purchased a small tract of land .

Mr. and Mrs. 'Joseph Elldngton Mr. and Mrs. Gerret P. Judd,,,: west of the sty and is preparing to

left yesterday for their home at Nay among the highly respected winter I j[i establish a chicken farm.

Ion, Fa. residents of Orlando and who own a.I
beautiful home on Lucerne Circle, left J;! Mrs. Charles Lartigue and niece,

FN.. C. Zimmerman left for his home for their home in Germantown, Fa., Miss Ruble Neal Thompson left yesterday -

in Allerton, Fa,' last night yesterday. ..j(I for Seabreeze on the East
Coast, where they will sojourn a week
Martin Van Dozen, who has been,
Mr. E. R. Andedson of Union
Indiana, started :for' his home yes sojourning in the city for a few:i: Attend church somewhere today. CLEANSWEEPSALE I
weeks, departed for his home in
terday. It will do you good. It will lift the Y
Maine yesterday, but not until he had burdens of the week. You will be
purchased a\lot Boni:/?which he will'I better qualified for the duties and
Miss, Engeaa Risk returned to her fal I' responsibilities p4
build ,house next
home in Randolph, New York, yes a j of tomrrow. Try it ..-

terday.y J. ,;. Finegan} of' Cedar Rapids,!)I Sunday Chicken dinner at the Arcade OFErnbroidered _
I Iowa, 'purchased a suburban lot, ,in
Mr._ T. J. :Grace was, among! those I Orlando and arranged for a house to'I II 'I thirty-five.cents. It .
who took their departure' for the ; t. -
Jut be.oompletedby October 1,' when he)|t Mr. D. A. Gleason ,attended the j
north I
.. (
dtyrandthen -Grafid
l' > )!ot. .tH army encampment at St Petersburg -

,Mr. Harry, N..Higgina hid:goodbye, started. northward, --...' F'yesterday. "J':!I returning yesterday and Mountings j -
to:;Orlando'friends yesterday.aI1d'departed I I'i praises the treatment accorded them
Mosey to. loam on improved pro -
l the
I by people of St Petersburg.
for Us New Jrsey home;
erty.. S.Y, WAY. -tf j I
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Among- the tourists leaving for the I Mr. D. C. Stewart, of Hanibal, a?
Mrs. R. A. Child ,one of Orlando's Mo., is in the city for few
north last nliht, wu Charles L. Al- a days With Bandings to Match.In
winter residents, will return home in will go from here to Fort Myers .
bertman, of Warerly, N. Y. I
Laugham, Pa., tomorrow. The Sentinel e.
where he has interests. which he may
will ,go to) her address each(disose of that he locate in
Miss Anna A.,Cook,who has been may -
week,to keep her in.touch with city r t i
county. Swiss
lathe city for some'weeks, returned Marquisette and Voils all
affairs until .her return next fall. go
yesterday for her home in Southern I

Pines,.N. aMiss Mr. N. H. Fogg---, ,of Altamonte who Mr.had and left Mrs.St Lambright Petersburg, of about Illinois a, regardless of cost, as we absolutely
Springs was ,in Orlando yesterdayand week
ago intending to go home, are
Louise Harlow; who has been
reports that the winter residents the of Florida, until the will not of the
way floods
sojourning f in. Orlando for a short carry over any above
will nearly all be in another
time, left last' night\ for her homein gone ,,(0f the north: subside and will spend
week. He says that a number of'a few days in Orlando. -
Richmond, Virginia. northern people have bought lots, and L t -_ goods. ,

will have homes built in time forth M. V. Hauselman ,
and his fIIII 4S
Mr. C. 0. Linn, who has been a family
resident of Orlando for the,ast two ir return next fall traveling by 'auto from the South-

yean, win lean Monday to visit his .ern part of the State to their home
i Mrs. Captain R. M. Clark, who,I
U.old: home in ,Salina, Kansas. ''with. :'in Pennsylvania, stopped, in Orlando
a her husband, have been winter for dinner yesterday and did not hesitate IIIIIII.'IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII1I111111111111
guests of the Wyoming, left yester- II 11111111
to praise the
John Rowland. is now in the rush of: surounding coun-
day for her home in Vineyard Haven try without stint
Church street and is handling out the
Conn. The Captain's host of friendsin
I groceries :right and left Get in the
Orlando are going to keep him Sunday Chicken dinner at the Arcade
at Rowland's.
push here' a while yet thirty-five cents. It .
TheBig White Store

Mrs Ceo. B., Green, one of Orlando's Mr. and Mrs. John A. Evitts, who Shanibarger'a for bicycles and :
popular winter visitors, 'left have been spending the winter in the Sundries. tf

last'night for her home in Altman, N. city, start for their, home in Mesich,
T.. Mrs. Green has been coming here Mick
tomorrow. They will comeback The board of county commissioners
for a number of years 'and her re- ,to Orlando next winter again, and public instruction will hold
turn in the faQ la always' looked forward and during their absence the Sen- ..
their ,regular meeting at the courthouse i NEW GOODS! ARRIVING DAILY
to with a great deal of pleasureby tinel will keep them advisd as to the in this city next week. The ;
her friends.hspect I
many movements in Orlando.
1 :.. county commissioners will meet on
Monday and the board of public in
Skaaaftarfer's big stock of Inspect Shanibarger'a big stock of struction on Tuesday. Remember the
Bicycle Una bicycle Urj -. U dates if you have business with either


Mr. and Mrs. E. Tetrick, Mr. Con-

way and.Mr. John Lowe, all of West .
.i .r ( : Virginia, together with Mr. T. J.
For Sale by Hew
Minor of Ft Meade, spent a day and Everything
night with Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Minor .

this week. This briliant party of H. G. a.x
old men, represent an almost extinct Harper

.' class-the old, type of Southern I }
FOR COOL COMFORT chivalry, loyalty and courage-wity! SoethHogay St. Pfcme 534 IN LACES, EMBROIDERIES, SHIRTS, H-

..they ever return again T-DeSoto MONAS, UNDERWEAR. HEADQUARTERS ,

White Serge, Palm Beach and County News. w FOR HOUSEHOLD GOODS AND SCHOOL

Mohair. Suits. Swell line of Hauling of an, kinds, and plowing SUPPLIES. jfMcCULLOCH'S y.
'." Flannel Trousers [ '. TAINS ,GIRLS: : : carefully- looked after. E
Mrs. Mathew Smith,' that, large- sa.s

\ ", The Mea's OutfittersE ,', : hearted lady:of;Oakland/who is'coa-_ GIVE. -If" ::US' A TRIAL, : .

_,' *l Hut, Stfefatf Ml liars Cktkbf tribeting so moth to the pleasure;ofTarieas ,-- '. DEPARTMENT STORE
parts of Oraage coarty, gave .
: : a party yesterday aftefa da ia sortedwith'.lefreahBests'aad" a-most' .

:;' ;or of her" young; ,dates, ltrs eajeyaMe' = tuae lC reported.' : OPPOSITE POST OFFICE
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.... VfeUrJ peaide',:wao''will, be :rfhtfcfif: ; ikeof
"'" '. ' ;" ',. >> .: ': /: .tJ '\ ' ? .. tte, $I aw wvtag... aa" LOW EST:PRICES ALWAYS" S

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< v-:*tr f'- ; 'BMIMM Boottat(daifod adrertiaeae&tt
Experieace.warns invain., He who ,,. ) :received after 10 o'clock.
K. hassafered talks uselessly of his own mMaiftt,will be ran in the "Too. Late
., TnirtSeT aad>regrets.' Each,, mind PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH, to Cuaiify column.. ', # .a _
' 'Boostersr; of five.line*, or lest approximately e
comet into the world a blank page, 80 words-one) tiat96
and upon each ,the world's' lessons Rev.,Dr Jno. W. Stagg, pastor. cents; three times 60 cents; one week t
,'Bust be,written, by personal, experience. Sunday_school at 9:45 a. m., W. R. ,. (six daily and one weekly editions) 1tOOO Bnick Users
$LOO one month, $3.00.
.O'Neal, Supt;:_ ;I ; It ; ;
and 7:30 It
Services at 11 a. m. p. m.
:No new mind believes the past And "The 'For Rest-Six room .howe f 10.00 ::
although we may snot' know why, it Morning sermon, Sacrament"Evening per ae&tb, also furnished 'room -

i is unquestionably best for the race sermon, "Present DalE cheap. 309 Weft Pint:

tat it' should be' so. and Government By Contained One BUICK 1
Motive." FOR SALE-Good Bo ree, Carriageand a ,
at 3 Harness. For work driv- x jT
learn Junior Endeavor p. m. on
Human by
beings never ex-
,Prayer meeting Wednesday at 70 ing. Wm. Halloway,. Winter
perience., Park, I'lL 12t
. ,They never even learn that they p. m.
, cannot learn 'by experience A cordial invitation to all ser- BUY a lot in Thornton Park, a nice .
ti suburb in east part of the city. Carl '
could talk when vices.
Before. men they Jensen. .
had learned to give warnings by .
y signs and grunts-you may be sure IMMANUEL BAPTISTS. FOR RENT-Three new houses with
# five and bath. C. A. ,
rooms Hovey
their little -'
r that the cave men warned DDD
4 boys against a certain path 'Rev.;W,W. ,Pngsley, a noted evan 3-28-tf '

H through which the mammoth travel gelist from Canada, will conduct the For Salt-I corner lot, six room

led. And yon may be sure that as services both morning and, evening, house, fl,360.00, if_taken before April

soon as the cave man, was gone the 11 a,.1Do, and 7:30 p..HL, in the Rest 309 West Pine. BUICK"P4' i '
little boys hurried down to the path and Tea room Orange avenue op-

:.t to find out for themselves whether posite the San Juan Hotel FOR SALE-6% acres with/9ve-room
Sunday school at the same placeat Muse on railroad only,few hundred
and to the mammoth
St true
was see -
feet from stopping place. Plenty of -,
;. if possible.And 9:45. shade and small shrubbery. Ten to
s the cave ,woman warned her Prayer meeting on Wednesday twelve bearing orange trees, pears

t Uttle girls against snakes in. certain evening 7:30 ,will,also be held in and' other small fruits.jQ hunting There is a certain prestige that owning your own _
and and
t hereafter.Music fishing, especially'suitedto
the Rest and Tea room .
holes in the roc&s. .And, when her
those who come,to Florida for the :
motor in
, back fuss turned the little' girls hurried by the orchestra. winter and like the country life witheasy car gives yon your community.

e' oier,''with. a stick, and poked in ,Every member of the ,church is access to town. J. P. Perkins, .

-t they holesYto' see if the snakes were urged:to be present and help in dedicating Orlando, Fla. General Delivery There is a certain satisfaction in knowing you

really. there. this 'new place of worship.The OAK HILL is the beautiful subdivision
i So''.it;:has"'been from the days ofF public invited to all the 'ser to the Northeast of the city andI own a car that will take yon anywhere and bring

the cave men to the days of men that I. vices., Carl still Jensen.have some choice lots there. you back. It is this quality of dependability which '

b live niiky-scrsping buildings:that

talk across copper wires one thousand Metho&tJ. Wanted-Spare books, magazines, has put 110,000 Bnicks on the road and it Is t sIDle ,

d. miles long, and talk across the ocean E. Wray, Pastor. etc. Shanibarger's Free Reading
quality of dependability which has
Room and Library. 4.3 d3t-wlt made
without wires, and travel underground Sunday school, 9:45. C.E. Howard,
'" and fly through the air. Superintendent Wanted-To trade Rambler touring : every one of those 110,000 Buick users a Buick I
Preaching by Rev. Jt,Bt Culpepper, car for land in good location. I
,} "I Each of us at-birth is atwhite. page the noted evangelist, 11:00 a. m. < Trade 59," care Sentinel. 4.3 2t : booster.

of mental writfnQr paper, and :upon Music, "God of Our Father' WANTED A position as manager, :
that page the experience of the individual I EpworthLeague,*6:30, H.: A. HoffneriU caretaker-and collector for nonresident .. The Brick overhead valve motor has more power
property,owners. By man of .,
President ;
must do thewriting, ; : experience who,i can give it close at per cubic tech, of piton dtapbceaent ,than(any:!
Nobody else'can, 'mite upon ,l] for I preaching! Rev. J. B/Culpepper' ; tention. Address. Collector, Sentinel. .
.. 4- i; other type of motor belt It coats .
QS Nobody can convince us that we 7s80. ; ,ever us more '

ihould be guided"bywhat has:hap 'Music, Solo by Miss Kaies, "Fear FOR RENT=Seven room house, 602 to make it bat costs you less to ran it. ,
pened to others. Not Ye, 0 IsraerBuck.Male W. Central avenue. Enquire of

, You may tell a child a thousand Quartette, "The Day of Rest" Mrs. S. A. Mann. 4-3-3t

times that fire will burn. But it will Nevin. W NT'E-D-0 ion withered, '
not keep away from the fire until A cordial invitatian extended to all making them u good as new. New ROADSTERS AND TOURING CARS, $950 TO $1650, F. 0. E, ,
ma3e to order,by the latest improved '
visitors and ORLANDO. Catalogue
it bas actually been burned. strangers.St. French process and damp on Request.Cook :

Youj may warn r umen' that proof backing put on them. Sends
whiskey will destroy them,yet, ninety .'Luke's Cathedral ,name and address to H. A. ,
., .
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after'Eitter. : and I will call and take --
.;-, nine times ant ofl.a hundred, if temp Second Sunday D, Mar22-lm your i

Ution and opportunlty! .arethere, ,-the Sunday School, 9:80'a. m.
' young man( mast find out at least Morning Prayer and Sermon, 10:30 To Reat-at 806 West street, ten Automobile Go.

I once for himself that what his father a. m. rooms more or ... Hot and cold 1 '

told him about whiskey is true. Evening Prayer, 5 p. m. water, electric lights Large garden

,, Yon may'warn little. boys,as much Rev. R. P. Cobb will officiate in the of fruit '. E W. HOWARD. ,! Orlando Florida
, as you, choose against cigarettesyon morning. The' attention of the congregation -- ,

may describe vividly with you is called to the change of FOR SALE-New aeven-roon house,
with all modern improvements.
:' hand on the pit of your stomach how hour for Evening Prayer, which 3000. Will take automobile in part I '" .f

' dreadfully, sick, tobacco- will make through ,the ,Summer, wiU.J be at_ fiveo'clock pay. Address Owner, care SentinelWANTED. I ...r'o'.......... ... ,t,,< .\' ,; _.. ,....... '. "- '" . '., "- ..
P them. instead of 7:30.. I .
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,t' But?:: sooner' or later,. you will' find City lots in exchange- for Upright -

,that little boy with his hand the FIRST BAPTIST ,CHURCH.
piano. Used less than two months. LIGHT THE
;pit of his stomach, bitterly regrett 6t Lock Box 144, Orlando. 1YEROTIC l [ J. ,
'' Dr. H. P. Fitch will preach both
ing too late, that he would not be

lieve what his father told him look morning ,and evening. For Exchange or Sale -IN- PATH TO PROSPERITY
"Justification .by For or other property in
1"r ing up with his little blue face and Morning subject, acreage 1 !.
Counties for four
or Late
, his tearful to that he won't Faith.
eyes say dwellings in Pittsburgh, Pa Houses
'do it again. Sunday school at 930. Otto Link, binging good rent All modern build. FEEDFOR Merchants who use ,Electric Signs never lose
Supt ings. Can be handled separate if de-

_ Mothers :warn ,their daughters Evangelistic meetings at 3 p. m. sired. their way by choosing the wrong road to suc
against ,hasty marriage .and against I Subject, "How May I Show I Am lmo.17-17 Orlando, Fla. tees You's'imply cannot fail to attract new

other-mistakes and ,dangers-but the ,Saved?" .1'", ;I
customers if! Electric It
.; .daughters- have to find out for them B.YtP.U.at6:30.: FOR SALE-Furniture of five-room m STOc.K i iLAUBACH :, you use an Sign acts

:}4.s selves. Evening service at 7:30. Subject, New 560 Summerlin and np-to I like an irresistible ,magnetdrawing all! the

r And'so it goes throughout all life. "Reserection and the Judgement" tween Anderson and Palmer. 4-3-3t trade within its reach: That is the reason

The young statesman learns only UNITARIAN. Lost-Between Orlando and Alta they command the attention of! buyers.
through humiliation and' failure. I
monte, a lady's grey rain coat Return -
The soldier learns through danger to Sentinel l-4t i
RENT A eight house
FOR new room
Cal., minister of the Congregationalist -
The experience of others cannot
with all modern conveniences. Applyto :Onrdi' Street Phote 18FRANK :
r teach us. And, as the old Greek philosophers ' church, will preach in Unity Chauncey Holt,601 Magnolia street matter how small his business, the Elec
Chapel Sunday April 6th at 11 a. m. 2-1 wWANTEDA ,
of doubt said, "We ,assert I tric
is the and effective
Sign cheapest most
Subject How One May Live to
,nothing, not eventhat, we assent nothing I business in a
' the ,wise of be Old." : advertising.
so man to-day manufacturing business with well _
; realizes that experience cannot even Sunday School at 10 a. m. established trade Need more capital Phone for our Sign Designer to call and sub.
teach us that experience does not Unity ,Circle will meet with Mrs. and will take partner or will make a HYERS
teach. Gore, Wednesday April 9th, at 3:30. stock company with $15,000 to'$20- mit a sketch. ,
000 capital. Plant to date and in Manufacturer of Artificial
t. For, with all the ages of experiencethat excellent condition. Address Manufacturer Stone, Fancy Columns and No Trouble to Us..-No Expense to You.

have passed, the old men still Catholic Church in care of Sentinel. tf Ornamental Work

talk to the young and think that they Sunday School at 9 a, m.
will be warned by the older man's Mass and Sermon 10 a. m. LOST. I Livingston, and RailroadADVERTISE
Roowny, instruction and Benediction Diamond-shaped fraternity pin, I
knowledge.And black background with a white scroll W T[ & lI T
fathers and mothers still scold 7:30 p. m.
in centre bearing Greek letters, Delta IL
and cruelly punish their children because
those children have simply refused On April 17, the Florida Railroad Kappa Epsilon Owner's nmt and . .
class of 10 on back Please return
r ai the fathers and mothers Commissioners will hold a conferenceIn '

:, had refused before them, to be jruld- this city with 'the public service to Sentinel office and receive suitable 4.8 8t IF YOU neeeeee eeeee

' ed by experience. committee of the city ,council. The reward. Want Cook .
-- subject to be discuned will be the Want t Partner "
union At this time the needy PARTIES having on their premises a '
a You no In this picture an old man young bulldog of tan color and Want a Situation
of a now station or at least a remodeled him! to Girl
. pointing out to a young boy the i black fan will plus return Waat a Semnt
station will' b, dlicuiied Several receive reward. '
the undersigned! and WatttoStUtPia&oWant
shoed You
dangers yourself
per' weeks ago the council committee John Murphy, Schenley Plato, Pine .11- Ctrrbfi ee
hays, will take this picturt and point cattle Road 4-4-3t to Grocery |
invited Railroad Commliilon- e
tho NaatloSellTownPreptrMj
to the scenes of fooliih, evil livingto ,
which the old man points and ors to tho city for tho, conference For Salt-New modern residence, Want to Sell Your Qroeeriet '

warn some boy. This meeting was to have been hold ilx! rooms and bath on Summerlin Butt to' 8tH'Your Rardwtn .' ,
... . .,-- last month, but It was postponed avenue. Will sacrifice for quick sale.Apply . 1\/ .I
You will say to him, perhaps, "My 306 North Orange avenue. Want cwftMMri for AnythtafAfortM 18 West Church Street
boy, look at this old man and this owing to a pressure of business with ,4.S 6t Dtfly la TUi Paper

boy The old man is telling. the boy the I commission at the capital city ee FANCY AND STAPLE G OC RIES. NEW AND
4/ The Atlantic Coast Line railroad the COTTAGE FOR RENT- Farnlahed nnf Bffafi CutoMnAdrtttbfag '
the truth If the. boy/.would believe 1
him-if he'had intelligence eaough'tO Florida Eut,Coast Railway, the Seaboard or not Mrs. T A. Yancey., 710 Division .u..nt.bletfl Clltl1l1R e FRESH

trust the old man-he could keep out i. Air Line Railway, ,the Georgia street 4.6 3t. Insurte SieemAftmteteff We Give Our Personal Attention to Ow Cwtoaera aid
Southern and Florida Railway, South. s
of danger, away from disappointmentand It is the desire of the management Energy Satisfaction and '
z em Railway and the JacksonvilleTerminal Gwrantee Pre>ept Delivery
failure; and, he could be useful, that all readers of the Sentinel shall AdmtMaffShmFb
} Company officials have been If "BWAdrertke Give Us Trial
, successful, good man'at the beginning be served with their paper promptly AJmtbbf a
: notified of the conference and invited '
4 of his 'career. But this little ,boy and regularly and we will consider i t' of But
will scarcely listen 'to the' old man. to be present The commissioners a favor to have, reported to us any, a 'I-. | Bros. Proprietors'IIPIIIINCI'
of the Subtler
have been informed present '
R Take warning by him, and be guidedby inattention on the part of the carriers -
conditions at the station and have .
what I tell you. in the delivery of your papers.
been asked to order some changes AtOaeeIN '
Please call Phone 24.'
either by the building of a new stationor TIB SENTINEL '

,y=: The German, government levies a the remodeling of the old one. & .
:. war tax and the estate of Krupp, the More passengers are I handled at the Unless a man masters his business

gun maker will have'to pay $1,000- depot' in Jacksonville than 'in any his buiness,will master him.

': ., 000.. But it can. ..well afford'to give up. city south of Washington and yet the ,_ they When manage some to people stave know it,off their by aKiDgad doty: I\D\ THE SB FIJR THE lEiS.

station here is one of the poorest in Thirst and pretty teeth are responsible
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t.1 CMMJIIistir's.Jaw j r Mettyi? Invested With Us Is

'., In,order to quit"business I will offer my entire stock at Auction. "ProItaWrSpeat. 'Give Us the
.- s i Opportunity of Being the SourceOf
'** FoottUp Follower Wounded' Jn' siitiriay 5th 2.31 and 1M Your Sly s
the House of Their F ri.nd.-rh. Phi;a Sale Ofeis April p.1I. ,Duly '
: losophy of'the Mttfei-How to R,- < Too Caaaot Judge Ue Unless
eeive Such Exptrtonct*-Why, They Until all goods! are sold. Ton See What We Have, and
Are Permitted Th. ftoulta !hay We are Always Glad To Show

a Serve: -SpoeUI Pulls Today. BILLY N 00 NEY, Auctioneer Too.
OttawsOnt!.. Ton Cannot Judge Us Unless
t March 30.PaatorRostell Hake, or Need Anything In Our

; who since .. Line, We Are Sure We Can
;hIa last visit has Please Y OIL If You Don't Need
:many friends,here, lltllllllllllllllillilllilllllllllllllllililllillllllllllM ilMIIIMIIIIIIIIIF Anything, We Are Just As GladToHayeYou :
:arrived again. this. : V
Come Into Our
':;'jal momln&AI the largest'aso aqidltorlum --. I: YOU WANT THE LATEST: Store. V '

j was engaged I OUR REPAIR WORK IS E
:;1 for him.. :We : PROMPT AND ACCURATE .

report,(( one..tromStPaul's of nteaddresses. .. ,, , IN Y , EVERYTHING' GUARANTEED.IS

1iis : -Perils among
fad !Ifalse eT brethren., ,2 HATS:AND SHOES, ALSO LADIES READY TO WEAR
[Corinthians lld&?1 He said: } 1

'Master] 8t Paul and wan His folly sane.SHte'faitbfui.devoted" to the' .JJRESSES OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS COMB TO B. SALO- Allen & Co.

sea brought mangy'.trying experiences. MON. SATISFACTION GUARANTEED OR MONEY "
life served Christ,:to such an extent
many countedjhlm! a fool J,Thow REFUpED.
rwbo opposed his teachings often rajsett :
tumult and blamed him for It. in or

:.del to bring him Into>> disrepute. Orlando Florida
Salomon Orlando
Nevertheless, be,{rejoiced In all such B. : ,
(...experiences.-- None of these things I '
moved him from faithfulness,,toWs I
Master, whose servants-be had'persecuted i ..HtlllllllilllHMIHIMMIIIinitMltHIIMIMMIIIttttllllMMMtilllHt,tt r _n_' q
before his eyes were opened. He
..1,recounts various perils from robbers. I 1
%from Jews from heathen in the city.
;:,to the wilderness,on the sea. Be winds
PJop;: the list with the words of our text. '
,"perils among,false brethren."' 'ithDO BANK TRUSTCOMPiNPaR4S THE NECASH: STORE

tarings The question deserted arises." Surely"Were these not! ant 8t i : ,

Paul was a noble character and bore
the of God's in Christ
Message grace
tt -Tben comes the question. "If his ant ,,UriivMei Profils SIU,,".". Cor. South and Hughey Sts.
oJ were'they K;-We''replf that.'like tb? Total Resources ever Tkree..iarters of a ii iiee. WE BUY FOR CASH AND SELL FOR CASH. WE

Master's: they were evidences ot toy-: KEEP OUR EXPENSES DOWN AND CONSEQUENTLY 3
nh.tot3od and .t the darkness of,the, Report of the Condition of Orlando CAN KEEP OUR PRICES DOWN
world which led men to persecute him -
Darkness Hats the Light. V IL 1 Bank and Trust Ox, Condensed

The-imtar. declared that He stood.for From Report to Comptroller , Our Prone No. is
'''prlDdpl ,
the of light righteous- Feb.
,&esa,>,froth; while Satan stands ,for F 4,1913RESOURCES ,And an Order will Have Prompt Attention, and will beDelivered
darkness, blindness superstition. At. a to, Any Part of the City.
children of the light must be uncompromising Loans and Discounts .....$39346t06

ID' attitude toward wrong Orerdarfts .............. 198. 3 D. B. RAYBON, Proprietor ORLANDO, FLA.
Therefore the world hates them andGaya Stocks and Bonds ....... 26.Q1&88 4
all manner of evil against them "
a } Real Estate Furniture andFixtures
falsely. Tea, men will.feel .that they ---- -
serve Godwhen, ;; 'they slay. the righteous I II "... .......... 26,865.44Cash .
,whether! "literally, u with Jesus. on hand and in Banks.215,06188
and 8t: ?aol;or,by t1Dioat: arrows V r HlilliiHIIttHMMItllMltttlMtlfHIIIIIilMlliH'The .

,., itven liner. ,words," the' ,more $66O, lL18

popular Bat'some pme&t-day wilt say method.-Times hare 1 LIABILITIES [ f"ts irUfOR"'S' lf:

,chanced! Today our ministers are rev Capital Stock ...........100000.00 : REAL F :
tnBee No one thinks of persecuting ? Surplus and Undivided
them. AD men speak well of them. Profits ... ........... 2Z,832.88
Those! not sQoten well of today must I .V Deposits ... ............ 6S7,418J5
te Tome wsy be unworthy. _I ..
trend of Orlando's
Howl strange that we should forget: Growth is :
1660 11.18
In Jesus''day did any traduce the chief! Northeast Lewter's Addition and :
.priest .and r Pharisees Were they,notspoken We invite the attention,of our customers ,
of highly and reverenced But 1 Sunshine Park there. Near
and friends to our statement are by :
the Master and His dUclples were not his
popular. _According .to,"their,own record .above and wish to assure ,them that Paradise Hill. Let me show you
they,were styled,-the filth'and off- V je we appreciate their patronage and
scouring of the, earth." 'The Master ask for a continuance of wne.1f I
said*.ttat whoever persecuted them Don't forget that our deposits,are
M woaM tool that be did God service AJesus'told insured.

.' some'in His day "Ye'gar- A cordial,Invitation is extended to I U I F. A. Lewter :
raise the sepulchres of those whom your
visitors in our city to .call and,open :
fatherl.alew,, yet ye do their worts"So
today many extol the Lord and the Caftrf SIlks Gtvenaest,Sate and tHat Dep dtory. an,,account with vs. /
Apostles and ,denounce their persecutors L J I MliiMltllllllMtMMIIIHMIIIIIHMMiiHIIHMIUNDERTAKER

while similarly they.persecute.The IlllE'O 0 ;J
Mister was a Jew. The Jews
were His' brethren according to the J! "
Seen let they bated Him without a ARMSTRONG
cause, persecuted Him end finally cradfled -
.\.Hlnx Bat St.Paol 'lived after The ARTISTIC PICTURE FRAMER of Orlando
Pentecost and had Christian brethren. SLEMONS -
W. M. .
begotten of the Holy Spirit fellow- s PINe STREeT
members of the Body of Christ. Jesus
!wha4.nose such' Of the people there
were none wltb'Him
8t anew bitterness of pereecatlon ,
the .r.
'from false .brethren-toe climax ,' THE H. H., P. STRAIGHTFor

: of all his Per L' ;We'maybesure, Our-New Spring Stock is Coming In
i that sack:experiences,were-most filth Sale at aH Cigar Stores
cult to bear.for thoy,came from,brethren
of the closest'.possible relationship And we will offer to yon a Choice Selection of High Class Goods Orlando's Newest Ciga r Made in Orlando. I -

_, fasow-aembera ot the body of Christ . .IN DRY GOODS, ALL .THE STAPLE AND USEFUL Havana and Florida Wrappers J
w ;The4fiodly!Suffer p.W ecuti. GOODS as weB as FANCY SILKS, and FINE DRESS GOODS, .
All:faithful,follow of Jesus,.have ,HOSIERY IN SILK LISLE AND,COTTON, and the Many Accessories Try One and Be Co&Tineed
pet cutionL' :Tbest.come iron'everyquarter that Women Use.
IU'; ; bet none are'more' cruel than :'HERMAN H. FINDER M'Pg'rns
those from: Chrlotian: brethren. Diaipfea -, ,'
ibetweea;Christians! ban been Bargains, ,Six ,Days :in:Every Week Soath o..nTllEOALAND

very bitter. ,History demoaBtrateo this t "
"fact Heretic' became tin,moet;obDol. ,> We carry all the time a large stock of SHOES of the best f
ions word in the dictionary.. Nothing .
heretic. makes and newest styte. QUALITY I -
wu too bad to do against a .
Thank God for" the advancement WELCOME
made in Christian sympathy No longer .SHOES. '
can civilized people take pleasure in MARKETSCHLOSS 'PACK'BARIER
tortures burnings, etc. The genera BROS. FINE SUITS FOR MEN at$16.00, $20. RIVAL
,sentiment-no" DcVapprectatei or,tol, ,$25.00 and $30OO'are il swpafleed for 'STYLE FIT AND
orates'ph1s1 artoftuie.' ,But who can ,QUALITY. V THE CAR SHOP

:dispute.that mental torture are is more equallysevere LORD ,BALTIMORE ''BOY? SUITS WILL BE SURE, TO f.
? tot day there ref > ;
fined ways of persecuting: torturing PLEASE,YOU. TRAT'EmYBODYIS'TAIDG Modem and Complete.

ete. open to.false brethren. Everything new, individual
:Evil-speaking ,evtl+urmWng.; slanders V V I electric, attachments at every
suggestions,eton. c.'IUb
; chair. No atone has been left
applied to the followers ABOUT :'
,All who,take such a cow are W. M. 'SLEMOWSVV V unturned to make this shop
sharer with malefactors, even'though ,ASK m ,KMWSTIATWN meet th erequireaeata of the
,they do'not Indulge to physical torture.What most particular. Plenty of
shall ire say of the'false brethren room. Courteous atttadants..
who do such.things?, ,Undoubtedly!
4 the.Master with 8t John's_ ' ELIJAH WHTTEHEAD,
: agrees Both Arcadia and Ft Many a man manages to sidestep HAGitIDlRI
sclaratton.' -Whosoever bateth' bill _Isaac Davidson of, Monroe, Michigan Myers are arranging I Proprietor
'brother is a murderer and'ye know that ,'is,in Orlando and wilt,buy a farm to pave long stretches of a lot of trouble by,traveling accord... Orange Ave . Orlando Fla
ing to his wife's intuition.A .
Joan what he main streets. !
no murderer oath et rnalltre. (1 near the cityVU he can. find
$:1&) Surely*,000*'with jVmurdertrea < >
condition of beart could be suitable for wants. male never realises how insignificant
IoIot-belnhlp. > who" ..,'our' Lori .to His Inspect Shannibaifer's big stock of he is until he attends a suf Money to 'lea* on, Improved property. .

Kingdom!' < WANTED-dean rags at this ofice. Bicycle tires fragette meeting. .- S.YWAY WANTED, -Clsaa- -- rags at'
t t

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..JIuIeJ.. +'eeideet.a <"Ii1 to be the architect of his own fortune

., I.. $ CWIII starts with abase'line 'as an achieving -
Thln wirlny Viii.?: ! '

i. ..... c..Ieleodc;. s't r.w.r .siamil L NISUM't CrM- point This is the first important \ '', '
consideration. Next, he works out' the r : ; : ; '

substructure, and upon these two "
THE : foundation principles and ideas ,de- .\.' ;...' .' .

., pend the value of all the rest of the -.

structure.. The beauty and the sympathy :

, of the life construed depends r..' ':
a upon the working out of, these first
: L two considerations..

The man who undertakes the life "

plan without God for the base line .
i# and the Christian religion for the sub- "lr I l Y T [ M

of Orlando structure, will find himself buildingon

shifting sand. .
All the great and successful men of How many times you have heard and

the world have recognized this fact
,. OLDEST IANK'iN, THE onHMIiHilllMllimillllllllllilllllllllMIIIHIil. and have made their drawings accord possibly made that exclamation! and ,;

': -AND- William E. Gladstone was a shin- "IT IS NOT WHAT YOU EARN BUT WHAT YOU ,

ing example of the embodiment of .
:T in life SAVE THAT COUNTS '-
these principles a structure.Abraham
The Baak which transacts more business than '
r Lincoln's greatness builded

any Bade between Jacksonville and Tampa.. upon these principles. Robert E. Ten cents saved each day for ten years win "" .

i Lee stood upon this great ground .
work. Woodrow Wilson and ThomasR. give you a bank account of nearly half a .,

:T The large patronage of this Bank has ,been built up Marshall, standing before Sunday thousand dollars if
your savings are deposited
. ; during,twenty years by conducting its business on sound school classes this morning will teach ,
these principles to mankind. Let no each month with
banking .principles with careful attention to the legitimate man question the wisdom of this

wants of customers. The confidence of the publicis policy.

reflected in the large amount of deposits. Charles Lamb$5 once* said to Cole- I[ PEOPLES[ NATIONAL l lII BANK

:Average deposits First Quarter of 1913, $900,000. ridge, "Didi you ever hear me .

preach?" To which Coleridge replied"I

never heard you do any thing else.1 II Four per cent interest compounded quar

':FOUR PER CENT PAID ON SAVINGS ACCOUNTS Catch the point, young man? Do terry open Savings Accounts. $1 opens an

so well that which you undertake to account Open yours with us today!
do that you will always be on the job.
S. .

Our correspondent banks are located in every part of 'In the recognition of the principles

c laid down is the of all
above secret
the world and include some of the largest Banks in the :,
personal power. And all do have personal -

United States., : power, either for good or' ill

: Life in the activities, relations, public .
.- ', ,
fMlllllllllllllllilllMilMillllllMIIMIIIIIIIIIi speech, private conversation in ... .

every department of art and literature -

r MEMORIES ,OF LONG AGO. I SUNSET STORIES -all these are but the expressionor

outcome of personal power.

Enjoyable. Concert At the Cathedral r Years ago, where there were onlj r We walk into the garden this morn-

School I i wooden sidewalks in the city of Winnipeg ing, and find a dozen different vane-

One of the most delightful enter- Canada holes were bored in th< ties of plants coming forth from the

" +_ tainments of the season was held last planks to let the water run through same earth, with roots seeking nutriment L

evening in Cluett Hall, most of the In[ the morning twilight a policemaJfound ; from the same showers, and fan- I ..

articipants belonging to the Cathedral a man with the tip of his wooden ned by the same breezes; yet, as each

1 School leg in one of-these holes and hur plant rises to importance it expressesits THE DEATH OF SENATOR STINE-

The auditorium was well filled with riedly walking around it. life and purpose different from MAN.

.a closely interested and appreciative "What are ye doing here?" asked that of its neighbor. One, is a rose,

audience, each of the well rendered ,.the policeman. another a pansy; one is a pea, another Every one who knew him will hear COMPLETE

sections being enthusiastically ap- "GVay, officer," said the man: "Gotto a potato; one is beautiful to the eye, with sincere sorrow of the death of,

Plauded.The get home before ol' lady wakes up." the other fragrant to the smell, while Senator Jacob C. Stinemai\ which) STOCKOF

opening march, a medley of -Everybody's Magazine.Two another is agreeable to the palate. occurred this morning'at his home,in

old time airs, was played as a trio Yet, all express the life that is in South Fork from an attack of ery-

by Mrs. Cobb and.Miss Edith Robinson them according to the law of their sipelas that developed while attend-
men sat on a pier fishing. One
at the piano and Mrs. Albert! I. nature, and are obedient to that law; ing to his duties at Harrisburg, Tues-
had a bite and in the excitement he
Cary Elwea on the violin; each be- all are builded upon the .same baseline : day of last week. 'For :Mr.. Stinemanwas
fell into the water.. The other man
ing becomingly dressed in, colonial and upon the same substance, according a kindly soul who sought to bas 'Spring
watched him struggle, but did noth
.1- style,- with powdered hair. Soon,, ing to aid him. to the plan of God. Can man far as possible the friend of all and
from the west door of Cluett Hall do less? the enemy of no man, and in this
"I can't swim! shouted the man in
the members of the Glee Club entered One is in the world to beautify, an- succeeded to an unusual' degree. Al- Styles
the water. He went under, and when
marching in pairs up the aide aisle other to be useful. One man is bril- ways genial, always unruffled, always
he came he shouted again: "I can'tswim
and _on the stage, where, under the !" up liant and moves the world to admir- interested in the welfare of all of :

bright lights and with a quaint and ation. One man is strong ,and full those whom he met, his personal
'"" The man on the 'pier watched him
dainty ,old time costumes, with the or energy; he feeds the world. An- friends were legion and included hundreds
with interest The in
;T bright ',faces of the, girls formed a other man is religious, another has a who differed with him on political 'FASIDONABLEjNJ
the water sank again. When he came
most picturesque and attractive soul filled with music or poetry, all or other grounds.Mr. '
he gasped: "I can't swim!
.- up perform a useful purpose if the base Stinemam one of the typeof )
"Well friend commented the
'' Each number on the carefully arranged my line and substructure have been laid self-made men in whom Cambria COMING
the pier "this is time
man on a
program was given in a de- queer to the recognized rules of God. A county, his birthplace and his lifetime .
to be boasting of it-Saturday! Even-
lightful manner and was thoroughly well directed life is as truly a pieceof home, may well take a pardonable

enjoyed; the "old time" airs being ing Post art as the Sistine Madonna. It is pride. As farm boy and school teacher -

'always' favorites. the result of a vital plan divinely' as a soldier fighting for the pres- Straw

One ,of the special "hits" of the "The late Bradley Martin," said a worked out ervation of the Union, as driver

evening was' the duet, "Dost Thou New York clubman, "had a very pol- If a man or woman be not a masterof boy in the mines, as a pick miner,

Love Me, Sister Ruth?" by little ished and cynical wit" some expression of the God plan and step by step upward to one of Hats

James and Virginia Crawford, who "Bradley Martin, apropos of an and is not responsive to some need the leading coal owners and operators -

s made a most engaging pair of Qua- aged millionaire's marriage to a de- in life, he or she must be counted a not only of the county, but of

kers.The butante, once recounted to me a con- negative quantity, not to be consid- the state, his career has been an

Virginia Reel, danced by ten versation between two girls. ered in the completed structure. Thisis honor; to himself and a credit to his

of the girls to."old time" tunes played "The first girl, lunching at Sher a truth of enormous significanceand community. His example was one

by Mrs. Cary-Elwes and Misses Beers ry's with afriend, said: the man or woman who tries to which the youth of the present day

\ and Robinson made a particularly 'I konw he's rich, but isn't he too ignore it, will find themselves gradu- may well emulate.It .
Brown &
pretty scene-as also was the trio old to be considered eligible?" ally, but surely slipping"away from is a matter of regret that Mr. Lartigue

when, supposedly by fire light, Mrs. 'My dear,' answered the other the world of men and women who are Stineman could not have lived to

h Cobb and Misses Armstrong and Rob- girl, 'he is too eligible to be considered working to a well ordered plan. serve out in full the term in the

inson sang their lullaby to guitar accompaniment old.' "Buffalo Enquirer. Earnestness and enthusiasm are two senate to which he was elected last

: ,\ M principles that must be kept in viewas fall But to those who knew him in-
___ _ .
The other two by Misses Johnson, the elements of success in the timately it was not entirely a mat ---- --u -- -- -
The following story is told of a
Isaacson and McChesney proved par ventriloquest, now famous, but at the building of the life structure if you ter of surprise that illness should ANOTHER CAUSE this surplus in cans or jars near the

ticularly unique and amusing, for, time of this incident he was so poor would have it beautiful .and complete overtake him. Some such outcome points of shipment, a considerable
after singing first as three dainty : Do ye then today; for tomorrow had been feared. His age and the economic gain would follow, u re-
that he used to walk between the places The causes of the high cost of liv-
maids of, old, ,they suddenly turned is notFLOOD condition of his health had made it frigeration would have a tendency to
where he. was to appear. On one ing are not few. Some are indefinite,
round, false faces on the backs of seem.advisable that he should remainin decrease loss. In such an event he
of these tours he picked up a miser- hard to reason out, difficult to prove. ,
their heads and white transforming milder climate 'during the colder the
aprons a says, establishment of
able little dog because it looked so SUFFERER'S FUND Others are luminously clear, and some can
them in a ludicrous way part of recent years, and he had spent tral board of control that could
much like he felt The story will ex- among them is the terrible waste of regu-
The, medley at the close, seemed several winters in Florida. The ap- food late the quantities of material to be
that allowed
of products
plain what became the dog. are to
t' the crowning touch of the whole even- Sanford sent check for several hun- parent necessities of some of his shipped to cities at time
any one
l The first house he came to was an spoil.
ing and was beautifully sung. This dred dollars to Ohio flood. sufferers. friends in a political way were urged would perhaps be an aid.
= inn and of he wanted drink. Health Commissioner Lederle of
course, a
included "America" the audience all Kissimmee sent a car load of cabbage.The upon him, however, and, as always, Whatever the remedy to be
He had no money, but he went in anyhow New York says that in 1912 in his applied,
#: standing when this began and applauding Mayor of Orlando made a call ready to accommodate and slow to city alone food condemnedand we ought to be beyond such economic
to see what he could do. inspectors
Y: the "Star Spangled Banner I upon the citizens but out side of the refuse a favor, in their behalf he sins by this time. They are neither
I The proprietor said: "Well, what destroyed 23,950,321 pounds or
F ," this being sung amid the waving good work done by the young men made the effort which has cost his civilized nor sensible.
I will you have?," He said, 111 take a 11,975 tons of foodstuffs, a supply sufficient -
the effort
of flags by all upon the stage. of the Municipal Leeague :
little And then to have maintained good
whiskey. turning to life.To
of this feeble. Orlando did not of Senator
The entire success entertainment was very the ,bereaved family LETTER
the dog, he asked: "What will sized community.Dr. FROM DAYTON, 0.
was largely due to the untiring you rise to the situation. What Orlando Stineman, The Leader offers its sin-
have?" The answer came 'promptly Lederle points out that if the
labors of Mrs. Cobb, whose needs it a get together spirit and the condolence. The greatest heritagehe
; cere
"Ill take a ham sandwich." The problem could be solved as to how Mr. and Mrs. Hamilton, who spend
pttieace and ability in planning; ar- city would prosper as never before. has left to them is that of the ex-
publican was so surprised he almost this great loss could be avoided the the winter in Orlando, and who had
ranging and drilling for this affair ample of a useful, Christian life, in
fainted. He looked at the dog a mo cost of living, now so great, shouldbe returned to their home in Dayton, 0.,
I deserve the commendation warmly which all of who have
ment and then asked: ply.ell just want him for a little happily, appreciably reduced, as the extentof just "before the flood write their

given her by those present "What did you say?" The dog replied while, So I can show him to some people been his neighbors, 'are permitted to New York's losses is "but an indexof friend, J. B. Finley as follows:
"I' said I'd take a ham sand- I know around here." So .everything Share.-Johnston, Pa., the total losses from ,these causes Dayton, 0., Apr. 2
AUCTION BRIDGE. wich." Mine host thought it won- was settled, the money paid, Mr. Stineman owned" a pretty home throughout the eo1Ul ." i Dear Friends:-We are all saved,

yesterday for, two tables of Bridge, derful that a dog ,should be able to I the dog left with the proprietor, and here, the "Ripples, and many friends Such ,waste of material that was although we were in the flood district
-; little affair being given for the who the went he. will regret to hear of his death. to with is little Furniture and
the talk, and asked had trained him,I as ventriloquist out turn I good begin short of contents of '

.y Misses McCormick, the house guests and how long is had taken, and wound I ed and waved his hand to the dog and criminal Nobody gains anythingby Fred's shop all ,gone, but we are

?' of Mrs. ,Mallory, who leave Orlando up with "How much will you take I said: "Well, goodbye Jack. Ill come WEATHER.REPORT. it in the end, and the public loses. thankful: to have our lives.

Tuesday for their home in the West for him?" "Oh," replied Mr. Ventriloquist back soon." The dog' looked at 'him --- What can be done ,to prevent this ,AD'.store* wrecked. Are' being fed

.'The' players Misses McCormickand "I' wouldn't sell him at any and said: "You mean, despicable man I !Florida Fair Sunday and Monday. loss? Dr. Lederle suggests that were by the relief. Town under martial

Mesdames Mallory, Thayer, Ed- price; but I am a,little hard,up and to sell me for ,ten pounds after all it possible to estimate the amount of !,law. Thieves being shot by soldiers.

ward*,-Chase,- Howell and Gedge.WANTEDOew if you'll, lend me ien pounds I will Fve done for you! So help me Moses,, Isnt it queer how long some people certain fruits and vegetables that Burning. furniture. -to keep warm

leave him with you until I bring back I'll never speak'another word as. :long can talk\without .saying. anything flood the markets at times,resulting I Sincerely,
r.*. at tkk. oflee. the money", "All right" was the re= as I live." And he didn't r, .. . + . v in a lack 'of' demand, and preserve Mr. and'>''rs. Hamilton.

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