The daily sentinel
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Title: The daily sentinel
Uniform Title: Daily sentinel (Orlando, Fla.)
Alternate Title: Daily South Florida sentinel
Physical Description: 1 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: Josiah Ferris
Place of Publication: Orlando Fla
Creation Date: April 9, 1913
Frequency: daily (except monday)
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando
Coordinates: 28.533611 x -81.375833 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1913.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 1, no. 269 (Dec. 20, 1913).
General Note: J.F. Schumann, editor.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 4 (Feb. 14, 1913).
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Source Institution: University of Central Florida: Florida Digital Newspaper Library
Holding Location: University of Central Florida: Florida Digital Newspaper Library
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002075051
oclc - 34297092
notis - AKR3406
lccn - sn 96027192
System ID: UF00087112:00112
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Related Items: South Florida sentinel
Succeeded by: Morning sentinel

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Tallahassee, Fla., April 8 (Special).-TJie message which # LOSES IN TAMPA {

,- was,submitted to the Legislature upon its convening today '

by Hon. Park Trammell, Governor of the State, contained # -
many interesting and important recommendations, some of REPRESENTATIVES DECIDE IT IN THE ELECTION

THE OPENING OF PRETTY EDIFICE AT AN EARLY A law requiring that interest should be paid to the coun # CRETS TO HOSTILE THE BALLOTS

NEW DEPOT. ., DATE. i ties upon deposits of county funds. WERE AGAINST CHANGEIN

i The reduction of the legal rate on interest from 10 to 8 PRESS. MUNICIPAL GOVERNMENT.
i Yesterday was Founders' Day at The Methodist people of the local
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cent. by contract and .
per fixing legal rate at 6 cent.
per .
Winter Park, and the day was celebrated organization especially, and Methodists
A law providing a fund to guarantee deposits hi banks. D. C., April 8.-In a
as only Winter Park can cele throughout the state will rejoice Special to The Sentinel
A constitutional amendment abolishing the office of bitterly fought three-hour caucus of
brate.It that church edifice of Orlando Tampa, Fla.
the new county treasurer. Democrats of the House this after- April ,8.A fair
double header, as it was is an assured fact. vote was polled today and
was a great interest -
The repeal of the law giving State lands to railroads. noon, Representative Oscar Under
also made the day of the formal The growth of the congregationhas was manifested.
A Tampa proper
in the wood
change convict lease system. demonstrated by a vote of 167
opening of the new depot made it neccessary to have a favored Commission Govern
The ratification to 84
of the constitutional amendment that any attempt by Mr. Wilson -
'The 'program was from 3:00 to larger building, and as.a consequence C pro ment and the advocates of the measure
viding for the direct election of United States Senators. to dictate policies to the House
6:00 m., and a large crowd assembled this house of in which went to Ybor with
p. prayer manya A law City a safe I
making ladies eligible for sub-school district trus would not be tolerated. The questionat
, to participate in an .interesting hungry soul has fed upon the breadof + tees. issue is whether the Democraticcaucus majority, but the three wards there,
program.Dr. life for more than a quarter ofa A law polling nearly a full vote, as againsta
providing for sale of State school-lands install. iC should be thrown open to'the
C. E. Coffin, mayor of the century, will be removed and a new C ments. public with Representative Under fifty per cent, vote in other wards,
Park of the and the and modern structure at a cost of defeated the
spoke present State aid to stamp out pests which become a public wood and many prominent democrats proposition by 257
future of the_ city. $40,000 will take its place. ace. men-* in opposing RepresentativeCralin majority.The _

Dr. W. F. Blackman,, president of The present structure was built in Provision for of outcome was not unexpected _
the eradication of the cow tick. Virginia; Henry, of Texas
Rollins College and Hon. W. R. 1885, and remodeled in 1904. A other in view of the fact that the organ.
strong anti-trust law. ; and prominent Wilson men
O'Neal of Orlando were the principalspeakers The first Methodist Church building An ization against Ihe measure was
employers' liability act more equitable to supporting the plan. Many bitter
of the day and by the man of Orlando occupied the space employees. made strong and the foreigners almost to
Strengthening and making more effective the child labor speeches were but after Mr.
ner of their speech, covered them. just, south of the present church law. Underwood took the floor and madea a man were against it

selves with glory. building, and was sold to H. H. Dick- i Tate friends of good government 4
Authority for cities and towns to acquire wharves and personal plea against "wide open
official of the Atlantic CoastLine who had the removed to naturally feel
An son, same docks. caucus," the tide quickly turned disappointed, but the
railroad made a stort addressin the of. Boone' and Jackson i result is generally the
corner accepted by
Authority to cities and towns to change their char- against the Wilson men and they
which he stated that Winter Park streets, which is now known as the ters. own were beaten. people as the voice of the majorityand

now has the finest depot between Magnolia hotel This building was be Representatives Sherly and Fitzgerald they bow to the inevitable.EX.CONGRESSMAN : .

Richmond and Tampa. gun in latter part of 1880, and . t
coinS upheld the Underwood vote.
The .Colleg Glee club and the: pleted in 1881. Mr. C. A. Boone, Sherley contended that it was impolitic AND PARD
Seminole orchestra contributed their I I one of the foremost and active work. to bare the democratic caucus TO GO TO JAIL.

full share of the success an4 enjoy ers in the building of that church, secrets to the hostile -

ment of the occasion, and at the close which was among the first, if not the WILL MEATS( BE i ORANG ICROP press. The caucus, he Republican contended, i Harry' M. Coudre and H. B. Gardner

of the regular program, a basket Picnic first independent church erected in was private conference and the rules Get Four and a Half Years Each '

rounded .out an afternoon's celebration Orlando. in Pen Besides Heavy Fines.
already for all
of that. beautiful little city, The first church was a Union ON H LIST[ "TOR NEXT SEASON necessary. Another speaker charged St Louis, Mo., April 8.-Former '

founded on the banks of the Triune Church which stood just back of what that the open caucus proposed wasa Congressman Harry M. Coudre and

lakes in 1883. is now the Tremont. hotel This building scheme on the part of Harry B. Gardner were sentenced to

The residents of Winter Park come was used for a church and school friends to let the public know Wilson'i who i imprisonment for four and a half
from all parts of the United States building and Mr. Boone taught school POINTTO TIMER DROPS SOME were dissatisfied with the tariff bill. years to the Federal penitentiary add

and are among the I best people in in that building in 1872. That firsts THE HIGH COST OF LIV- TIMELY HINTS TO ORANGE The vote was on motion to table and were fined in the court.:

the land, who journey annually structure was: 'a one story building ING BEING' REDUCED BY GROWERS RELATIVE resulted, 167 in favor and 84 against The sentence imposed was the maximum

this Edenic cloister land! with gothic roof so, steep,-that it almost CHEAPER MEATS. TO NEXT YEAR'S with the result that the change was allowed under the law, which

>4lookfjlikt :a steeple.The Special to the SentinelWashington CROP. made in caucus rules. permits a penalty of eighteen months' a
lot for the Church which is the D. 8. On and five hundred
PRESlDEN'rSIlESSAGE Ct, April Orlando Another caucus,will be held _tomor a dollar fine to be
site selected Mr. behalf of Texas cattle men Fla., April 8, 1913. imposed which
I present was by Repre Editor Sentinel row, presumably to consider the tariff on the men were con-
Washington, April 8.-In one of the Boone and J. J. Davis, and was selected sentative Sheppard, of Texas, toddywent : bill. victed.
I noticed in-I
shortest presidential? messages ever because it,was a.high> knoll which to. the White House 'and presented a great deal of i The two men were convicted of using

read before the United States'Senate' they thought: a sightly place for a a protest ,against putting ter.t1"e article from Mr. W. A; the mails to defraud in the pro: i

and House of, Representatives, President I church. The ,plat was known as meats on the free list Personally, Dade, also your article concerningthe MASTER MASONS, PRESENTED motion of what was known as the ?

Woodrow, Wilson today called !Reed's Original Plat The fact that he was for free meats, but he presented conditions of fruit in Col. wat.1 JEWELS "twin insurance companies," the Con
the surroundings of the site a petition of cattle kins' grove near Winter :Park I: tinental
upon the National legislators to makegood are now men lorI Life Insurance Company, :
the promises of the Democraticparty II perfectly level shows how well the (the information of the PresidentMr. your paper of April! 8th. 1 I An Enjoyable Evening at Local and the International Fire Assurance

and devote the extraordinarysession city fathers .have labored to bring Sheppard told the president that There is one thing I wish to call I Lodge. J Company. .

of Congress, called yesterdayto streets and lots to a grade by fillingin the cattle men in his state were the orange growers attention to. Our Last night at the local lodge of the Before Judge Dyer passed sentence -

the revision of.the tariff. and cutting down. Just west of greatly alarmed over the prospects crop next season bids fair to be.anywhere I Order of Free and Accepted Masons, he heard arguments on a motion L

President Wilson's message was the church a fill of four feet of very low prices for American cat from eight to nine million boxes presented their past masters with for the convicted men. He over-

only about 1,200 words, in length, and made to make the lots desirable asresidence a tie, if meats were brought in free I of oranges; there are very few Valencia the regulation jewels. ruled the motion and fixed the appeal

urged the national lawmakers to lotMr. they, claim the beef trust, which owns Lutes left in California on ac Mr. Charles P. Dow, officiating, presented | bonds at $10,000 each, an increase
C. A. BooneV father almost of the count of the freeze, and early fruit the following past masters of
"abolish everything that bears eventhe was refrigerating steamships I $4,000 each over the trial bonds.
semblance of privilege or of any I North Carolinian of the old Colonial between the United State and Ar next season is going to be high. It with the jewel which marks their distinction An appeal will be taken and if

kind of artificial advantage." stock and was an ardent Methodist gentine as well as big packing establishments is a Well known fact that our fruitis in the lodge: J. M. Cheney, bail is found the men will be given ?

This revision, said the President, II.class leader. When this first Metho. in the latter country, earlier than that from Jamaica, T. P._ Warlow, W. R. O'Neal, S. Y. their liberty pending the hearing.

was necessary to meet the promisesof dist church in Orlando was completedthe will bring in tremendous quantitiesof Porto Rico, Cuba, or wu siana. Are Way, A. W. Bumby, R. S. Cohoon

the party and the altered conditions congregation felt the need of a Argentine meats and Americancattle we going to let our competitors come and Carl Jansen. THE MENDELSSOHN CLUB.
in and get the advantage of the Mr. Dow, in presenting the jewels
of economic life which the bell and not being financially able to men will suffer in consequence.President early -

country had witnessed during the past buy one, Mr. C. A. Boone, who was ,Wilson told Mr. Shep market simply'becanse' we have a so- gave expression to words that carried The Mendelssohn, Club is an aggregation
generation.The then in the hardware business where pard the fears of the cattlemen were called law that we can not ship any with them the soul of the man and of Orlando's best musicians.

President made it plainly evident Jos. L Guernsey's large business now not well founded as the matter had fruit, before November 5th, unlessit showed that to him, Free Masonrywas 'Not only best musicians, but beat

that, he wished to have the tarif is, came to the relief of the church by been thoroughly investigated by the shows seven per cent sugar to one more than an empty ceremon y people and when they announce an

revised before the legislators took up presenting' the much coveted bell, in i Ways and Means Committee. What per cent acid? Any intelligent man The recipients responded in appropriate entertainment it can be depended

of the other forms advocated his devout father. The in ever the outcome, said meats must who grows 'fruit absolutely knows! words in which it was made upon as high class in every respect
any byacription there is no fruit in this State which plain that the teachings of 'this .
the Democratic party. He will be found on that bell go on the free list He saidalso and elevating in its influences. Such
will stand this early test with the great order, with these, men were not
homever, that the reform of banking today; so that the worshipers in this that it will mean more competitionin an organization is a positive good in ,
and currency laws might be taken up house of God can with no great'stretch bringing meats into this country exception of Sweet Sevilles, Navels, idle dreams. a community and worthy of the united

at the special session, were the tam of imagination, each Sunday and operate it Ho lower prices paid and Satsumas, and this fruit 'is considered After this part of the ceremony and unstinted support by the people.

successfully and speedily disposed of. morning and each Wednesday evening by the people.CALIFORNIA. the poorest fruit we have on degree was conferred on a candidateby It is such organizations that give ,

hear the voice of a pious man account of. it being an insipid sweet the past masters. us loftier ideas and nobler impulses
*' calling them to the For years California has got big i At the close of the regular lodge it dignifies life ;
CHURCHES COMBINE. come mercy LAND BILL IS AS- by the music of the
TQ prices for her Valencia work, refreshments were served,
Lutes whichas
seat, and as these old buildings, made SAILED. masters and lifts the heavier burn -
a rule will ,analyze about five anda closing with a smoker and an informal dens
hallowed by the sacrifices of our by the softening influence of mu
New York, April 8.Nego'tiationsfor half per cent to about social time. It was one o
sugar one
fathers from sacred to secularservice I sic.
pass April Recognition of the
the merger of two of the most three those occasions filled with
and acid i profound
quarters'per ,cent and
Baptist churches in New it is becoming that the youngand Chinese republic by the United Statesand 'lessons When you are invited to an enjer-
prominent and
it is pleasant experiences
certainly not fair that shouldbe so
York-the Fifth Avenue and the Cal. I rising generation not only preserve the progress of the bill pendingin characteristic of that has tainment by the Mendelssohn Club, it
the good of the sacredinstitution hampered by our so called law. masonry, is like
name the California legislature to an invitation to a feast
churches been
Baptist -- I earned for this fraternal order the
vary want to the
,concluded according to announcement : i but that they help buildfor Japanese from owning property say only person who mankind. in the most refined home. You art
I future generations and ,thereby has ever been injured by shipping I commendatign. filled with the best
today.. The Fifth Avenue church, in that State are absorbing topicsin things of life.
immature fruit is the who
glorify their own names. the man ships Friday night of this '
known as "the John D. Japanese republic press. week the Club
popularly Rockefeller" church, probably will The Church and the school are the The former matter is receiving t it. There .is no dealer in the Statewho FISHING PARTY. will render that classic cantata, Joe

two most important institutions of more prominent discussion, for treason fie can ever say the green fruit ---:-' I of Arc, at the Lucerne theatre and
and to the
sell its property move
community and afford glut is as bad'as the holiday glut This morning with the risingon of those who do
in West any no man can f that it is generally believed not attend will be tba
Calvary church Fifty-sev to be stingy with them. 1 that Japan will join Great Britain i Now early fruit will find its way the sun there was great activity in losers.PLEASES'.

enth ,street, and the two congregations It was not until Monday night that and the continental powers in declining . the markets from the points I have certain quarters among the diciples
probably will go under the mentioned above and if the of Isaac Walton who had 'determined
church. Dr. the Church fully decided to go ahead to recognize the new republic until growerscan THE PRESIDENT :
name of the Calvary with the work immediately, but now a stable government is afford to remain quiet and let to raid the fish ponds of South '
proven and
will be ministerto .
Cornelius Woelfkin it is their purpose to let the contract J capacity is shown to govern. In some these people have the cream of the Orange; by the latest methods of extinction : Special to the SentinelWashington
the combined congregations.ONE I
within the next thirty days and to of the papers it is pointed out that market, I certainly can myself, but and distinction. D. C., April 8.-Wfl-

have the church completed by early failure. to recognize the republic indicates it is matter. we all should think The plans for this raid on the finny son made the following statement
KILLED AND ONE HURT. aboutI tribes were so secretly laid that this afternoon
winter. a lack of desire to assist when told of action Of
The present Church will be offered China. am writing this article as a grower but few learned. the exact sphere of Connecticut>> : I

San Diego, CaL. April 8. -LieutRex for sale and moved off.of. the present and I am very much against shipping activities. "I'm sincerely glad that the emend- '

Chandler, of the aviation corps site. During the interval, the services UNITED STATES SENATORS green sour fruit, but when wehave The Captains, Colonels and Major ment has been ratified so promptly

of the United States Army, was killed will be held in the Grand Opera DIRECT VOTE. BY fruit which seventy-five percent Generals, who led thef march are: and a actor mao long fought for, at

today and LieutLouis H. Brereton House owned by Col T. J. WatkinL'The Hartford Comt of our people in this State will H. L Beeman, J. M. ,Cheney, Sylvian last accomplished."

was seriously'injured when their'droplane hy ladies of the Church are raising House this,afternoon>> April 8.-Thq) eat and relish, the same conditions McElroy, Seth Woodruff, S. Y. Senator Borah, who introduced the

dropped into the bay here an organ fund and the new providing for the direct passed election the bill. will exist in other States, and if they Way and Ralph Yearby, with a large resolution ,by which the aaendmfct 5 F
today. church will be supplied with a f 12- United States want the fruit and,will pay for it,.I company of privates. was submitted to the states, said
The men lost ontrol of the mark a 000 organ. vote. By by an overwhelming claim It becomes our duty to let All the 'necessary equipment for "It will do away with deadlocks ad "

Chandler was caught .in the The equipment will be' modern in action today in ratifying Connecticut the federal them have it, for they are not going' camp life including anecdotes for remove corrupting influence 'ttat

when it struck the wiser- and was every respect and the seating capacity constitutional amendment to eat any sour, immature fruit snake bites and prescriptions for scandals in the legislatures and wfD
.downed. hundred required Yours very truly, I fish ,stories were carried in' the has
:1 win -twelve The building three fourths of states have declared commissary done so much to destroy the confidence

I will be an ornament and a blessing in'favor of election of senators by S. J. SUGH it ,CO. wagon. of the people .in their legistlature.

{.That 26, cent pound stationary is a to the community.and staid have-- direct state of people and it win now When they return we will talk ." .

'.bargain. Curtis ft OWeaL ?* the unstinted, cooperation of.aH' .. become a part of the constitution.' Subeerfte to the SentbeL, I 1 with each one .separately, add the k.-
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'assembled Florida scions into the I: Seven H. P. Models, $250.00
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r' ,OF/ CITRUS,GROW-- It if,hoped,.too, t>iaf-Jackionv: Je'i '.I nil tiVh;; MI,if 11 -.mm. rDID YOU :lUtf'I
BODY TO:QUIT AT,ANNUAL -, city' workers 'will by means of this I J I overheard a prominent hardware
I MEETING.Tampa self-supporting method of protection OURfce I dealer say this morning to a prominent
citizen of Orlando, I coda have
1 against disease, death and dependency I I bought land at |&50 and $5.00 but IPS A FAIR
of old age, establish a precedentthat Cream. did,not do itAf PROPOSITIONE
April &Manager W., '' C. .will prove'so practical and beneficial the time he referred to I sold
Temple, of the Florida Citrus Exchange NEW for an Orlando man several:hundred
both citizens and city workers TO ASSUME
says he is serving his last acres of land in Orange county for YOU ARE
that other Florida municipalities Ice CreamIS |1.00 per acre, the same,land is now
year as manager of that body. will follow this same'modern, pro- old in'10 and twenty acre tracts for APPRECIATIVE OF 1
Mr. Temple will resign at the annual -I I THE VERY
gressive and economical policy. $30.00per acre, and is cheap at this
of the Florida Citrus .
meeting ___ price.What
were the Orlando people buying BEST. WE ARE SPECIALISTS IN .
held in this
,Exchange to be city on '
ke at that time! Gold' stock.
April 18th. 1f
you bought could I
Mr. Temple wanted to.resign last SAGE. I"G MADE I r.figure your' profit land sometime I Electrical Wireing and Motor Work I
year, but was urged to head the or- ago your profit on the mining
Washington, D. C., April 7.-President I stock, without having to figure on it
gainzation for another twelve months. Wilson's determination to read Ice Cream II If you have not yet bought some I NEWELL ELECTRICAL COMPANYARCADE
This has been the most
prosperous Orlando or Orange county property,1 1I
his own message to Congress tomor- there is still for :I
year of the exchange's existence. Not FROM opportunities large BUILDING
has displaced the tar I and I '
row profits can yoalean
out indebtedness
only ha it wiped a standing -
iff and the income tax as subjectsof ke CreamREAL I'I. sell you something, that will CHURCH ST.
the : .
but completes yeanwith interest No Pres- make you money but your gold min-
a good balance in the bank. chief popular I ing stock will not buy it., PHONE 280
ident since John Adams has availed I Call and
see me.
Manager Temple said: "I hate to I
himself of the right. Congress was 1 CARL JANSEN,
in the face of a fight,with the
quit '
ke Cream Office over Dickson & Ives,
amazed when it heard of the Pres : Orange'
tariff cut With California report Avenue, Orlando, Fla.
of the old line
ing:50,000 carloads of fruit next year ident's plan. Some '. CREAM The banks and the business men of
and with the biggest crop in the history leaders refused to believe it until Orlando. know me, if,you. do not, askthem.
of the State confronting Florida Secretary Tumulty personally confirmed : ke CreamBEST
the The Best
conditions look none the best for news.Arrangements .... . is the CheapestSO F
for the extraordinary _
1914. However, my friends know thatI
event got under way today. It I ,
have been contemplating this move was planned that the President first / ke CreamYOU 4 I GET THE BEST OF
.for, a long time'and they know the 1
should go to his room on the senate I 1
personal reasons that actuate me. side of the capitol and later go to : ONE CIGAR, THAT : Paints and Wall Paper r
the hall of the house of representatives Cream
ke '
HOW JACKSONVILLE'S PROPOSED where both branches of Congress ,


AND TAX-PAYERS Tallahassee True Democrat ke Cream IS GRAND AND I WILL BE PLEASED
has recently installed a typesetting TO
Jacksonville, Fla., April 8.-Both machine. TASTED I I DO IS TO TELEPHONE AND I WILL

the 1 city employees and taxpayers of ke CreamAT STRAIGHTS I BRING THE ,SAMPLE TO YOUR HOME k
Jacksonville are working hard in the The next annual State encampment I .
interests of the proposed pension fund of the ,G. A. R's. will be held in St I I, jGEO.
bill to be introduced in the Legislature Cloud. A. BARKER PHONE 26S .
which, by means of two and onehalf Get
the best
cigar at five
per cent of the salary of each The foundation of the new $20,000 !f elane rn Co. cents, the next time you .
city worker receiving $40 a monthor -- ..
Methodist church in Kissimmee has : want to smoke-judge for '-- .
'more, will pro'vide"indemnity insurance been completed and work on the yourself.
protection for those dependent walls began last week. ,
Quick Delivery

pay..upon in old them age.and a pension of half The bank of Wauchula has had 'I Watkins. Building :4 I L LATEST STYLES III I S SPRING MILLINERY[ 1! s t

While this is the first Florida city electric lights put along the awning Made in Orlando and sold
to inaugurate this modern policy, in over the sidewalk, one every five feet Phone 2 : by all dealers. I I'i i

other progressive municipalities where On account of the,length of the building 4IMMMIMIIMIMIIIIIIIThe \
similar laws have been enacted, the I
which covers an entire business :.
results, have proved. tremendously block, the line resembles a white 1111II111111I111111111111I. Laces, Embroideries i
beneficial to both taxpayers and city way. Wauchula Note in the Tampa delegates who are to represent .
employees. By raising the personnel Tribune. the Jacksonville association in
of each city department and I the National Biennial Convention of A young white boy about ten yearsof and Dress Materials \

greatly increasing the efficiency, afar Before you go north for,the summer the Young Women's Christian Association age named Sweback was run over !
more economic administration :of i ,' don't,fail to let us send you the at Richmond will leave this by an automobile, driven by a negro Y
city affairs has been the Inevitableresult 1 Weekly Sentinel. It, will keep you I afternoon. The convention will openon chauffeur, in Jacksonville Saturday .

More than this., cities havebeen 'I! thoroughly posted, on the happeningsin Wednesday afternoon in S t. afternoon, the limb being broken in IQSSES BULOT 1
able to, retain the services of' this section... Call at the office and I'Paul's church. The association i in three places. It is stated by those & DUBS : ;
their best workers and recognized let: us show you a copy. It only Richmond is the first Southern asso.eiation who saw the accident that the automobile ,
experts who formerly were temptedand costs a dollar a, year. to entertain the national con driver was not to blame.' Agents for Barclay Corsets E
secured by big corporations and vention. A splendid program has -
business houses. I been arranged.
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all-important question of Furniture. You'll; readily admit that

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

to us, we will see that you get it. ,


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:People buy at Kincaid! & Snow- .

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dollar's wo rth'f merchandise for : Aq' money .,

every dollar they spend, they r x Y You get one here. We carry

i are given a square. deal 1 No L, in Stock more Home Furnishings

false- promises, no reckless advertising than any other- two furniture

houses in the city
no high prices. .
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Our trust is popular; it belongs to the people ; it has never been attacked by the man with the ,

muck rake. The word trust has ,several meanings. The one we refer to'means confidence faith and

liance.: Without this trust modern business could not be conducted. Our trust is yours for, the re

Now IS the time to ask for it. | Your credit IS. good. This big building IS packed with. Furniture asking#'d.

stoves of every description '


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South Florida Sentinel
Included in the annals of the American Board of trade .met in secretary'srooms
HOIKING AND WBBLY Academy of Political . ,
and Social Monday night. After the minutes

Science, which were made public was were disposed of the proposed .. ',. '... .- -
Entered at the pod office at Orlando, \ ., '. .
florida u Second CU. 1UU lUtter.SUBSCUPTION an earnest plea for the abolition of new road from ,Titosville was discus 't>- ... J
the convict labor system; substituting sed in great length. Mr. Woodruff -..' !-t; .,
RATES a system of prison production for called attention to the impassible condition "

THE DAILY-SENTINEL Governmental consumption only; and I of Volusia county roads and When You Choose .J
the application of the .
One year .....................$5.00 prisoners' earn- suggested some action along that line.
Six MonthsTbree ................... 2WSO ng to the support of their dependant Mr. Giles asked for the reading of .

Months .................. L25By families. County Surveyor Fries' report on
This new penology was originally the proposed- ,new road. The charted a Gift of Jewelry
Deft carrier in Orlando 60 cents pezontb advanced by an arganization devoto man_ read the same. ,
Dally and Sanday.TlM the study of prison conditions, and I The Secretary was asked to read
r ; Orlando Morning Sentinel can bt foundS was later adopted as a plank in one the action the board had taken on I
Ilk in Orlando at CurtU ft OTfeaTi Book of the great political parties. Its the matter. The committee reported .
tore.W espousal by the American Academyf many answers coming in from queries I I THEN YOU MAKE A LASTING GIFT THAT MUST

.. will appreciate prompt complaint if Political and Social Science placeit about the road. Most of them favor BEAR EVERY TEST OF TIME AND JUDGMENT
x fclhrery fc not properly made by oar carrier' AND
before the delegates to the con able. Those from Sanford were all I' TASTE. WHEN YOU SELECT FROM THE
Aderrtkini rate wall_ be fornbbed on apy&ation. vention of that body in PhiladelphiaApril favorable, except that of the .Mayor I EVANS YOU ARE SECURE. FOR STOCK OF
4-6 as one of the vital subjectswhich and Mr. Miller. ] EVERY PIECE,
THE WEEKLY SENTINEL was to be discussed during thacademy's e Mr. Cheney advised postponementof EVEN THE MEREST TRIFLE-IS CHOSEN BY EXPERTS -
: Vor year by man, portage paid ........ILOOAJdrew WHOSE KNOWLEDGE
THE SENTINEL. Orlando Florida investigation of the high- action of the committee appointedto AND TASTE HAVE WON

Nee 107 Court Street. Arcade Bonding .cos f-living. wait upon the county board until RECOGNITION. ;
Phone 24 The Academy's advocacy of these the conditions for road building were THE BEAUTY
new rules of prison regulation is further better. THE WORKMANSHIP, _'
J; F. SCHUMANN, Editor. ; set forth as follows: Mr. Giles moved postponement, ARE ALWAS THE BEST.. ;

4 JOSIAH FERRIS Proprietor. "One of the most objectionable which was adopted. EVANS' FAIR AND MODERATE PRICES ARE AS FA- _

points of our present prison systems Mr. Woodruff suggested the matterof MOUS AS EVANS' BEAUTIFUL AND EXCLUSIVE .
} WEDNESDAY, APRIL 9TH, 1913. the pardoning power. The general the Brevard county road be kept .. DESIGNS /
argument is that a Governor has too alive by asking the county commis COMPARISON OF VALUES INVITED. : :\

Statistics show that one-fourth the many imoprtant matters as the executive sioners to secure data. on the cost of
population of the United States a of the state to enable him to, do same. Adopted.
: catholcs.f' refull! justice to the petitions for par Mr. Berman stated that in view of
o dons and comutation of sentences. the $15,000 spent on the Volusia

' s Most people sympathize with the Fundamentally the matter is muchmore county road $8,000 of which was paid

. r ruder dog except in the case of the serious than .the incursion upon by Orange county and the fact that
baseball umpire. the Governor's time. The sense of! the road was now impassible that the
o justice of any community is very keenand board wire the commissioners of Vo- T.I1.vansthe Jeweler

When it takes a man a very longtime not by any means always in pro lusia county of the condition and ask
to write a letter it may be because portion to ,the facts. Particularly them to put the road in condition,
he is a simplified speller. sensitive are the people, to the apparent as per agreement when the road was ''' r'''.: '
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.:, o abuse of the pardoning power.j built Adopted. : : OPPOSITE POST OFFICE

Turkey has accepted the terms of The board of pardons should be deliberative -| President stated he would appointhis EXPERT REPAIRING AND ENGRAVING.
peace proposed by the powers, buthe t and not hasty in its action committees at .neXt meeting. .
diners are not satisfied with thDili e It would be subject to criticism and ..' -
scrutiny of the people of the state
of fare.Prospective.
t i o' from the standpoint only of this as -

from the in its sole foundation Such a pardoning
revenue is estimated that Get-rich-quick
come tax is to be used to pull frewool e board should be non-political,'and schemes, have cost the over credo- '
over the eyes of the tariff revi composed of men of high integrityand bus public $120,000,000 in this

k sionists. sound judgment country,'and as a,rule,the burden falls
"Then comes the question as to how SILK TOCHRGS!
o where people are least able to bear it"
Mr. W..C. Temple is preparing for best to employ convict the convictsUn and as a consequence many cases of
doubtedly the contract laborsystem
acold storage plant at Winter Park insanity and suicide are reported as
Cold is much needed enterprise should be abolished and the
storage a the direct fruits of the labors of
prisoners should be set to work to
in Florida. '
these sharks and it is amazing to
r, produce articles solely for
o learn the names of prominent menwho
; ;; There are a great many complaints! consumption. 'Farming and I furnish the brains and backingfor
because the pure food law has not outdoor life wherever possible are of these projects.The For Day

teen enforced and it is likely that the course advisable throughout the state of Kansas passed a "blue '

legislature will order an investigation.Pure country. sky law" that drove them from that
I 0 "Prisoners should receive a reasonable state entirely. and ( .
amount for their work and should .
; milk regulations of various Banking associations and well disposed I. .
: cities ,are to be brought before the meet their maintenance cost out of people are now workingtors.a
4 United States court-a sort their labor. Over and above their '' EveningWear
supreme national law to curb this evil
maintenance cost, (maintenance including
If habeas bacteria,' as it were. Some men of speculative propensities -
o all expenses attendant upon argue that the Kansas law is too
Aviation has enough victims of i its running an institution or convict drastic in its effects. But honest men
twn without being charged with the farm, such as salaries, wages, food, agree that no law can deal too severely
death of a Russian officer who com- clothing, lodging, but not large improvements with these high handed brigands,,
'- Butted suicide by shutting off his such as additional buildings
) and it is more than likely a national
etc.) the surplus should be used
notor in midair.
law will be passed that will drive this
.r for the prisoner or for, his dependant
line of speculation into the borders of ,
The secretary of the treasury hasdecided relatives. Mexico, where any kind of schemeis Our Personal Guarantee
-1 "At present when, a man has served
( not to reduce the size of silver legitimate and the long gun settle:
his term in prison he is simply turned
certificates. But the old onwon't es all differences.A .
extend any farther for,, .allthat. out 'into the world, with his pri Accompanies Every Pair
record barring him from honest employment
: 0. and often times forcinghim A PUBLIC AUDITORIUM

- Parcel post came along just at the again into crime in order that hethat .
z live. It is highly desirable Why would it not be a nice idea
light time to give the express com- may Marion
panics. an excuse for resisting the some plan for properly handling the for the civic organizations ,of the cityto B. Ives
seduction in rates proposed by the discharged convict situation should'adopted. be unite in raising a fund and buy .
. the Methodist Church and move it on
faterstate commerce commission. '
to some lot centrally located for a
COMING TO THE FAVORITE. public auditorium for band concerts,,
With Florida Valencia oranges rehersals by musical organizationsand EXCLUSIVE MILLINERY PARLORS
bringing $6.40 per box in New York,
Miller Bros. "101" Ranch picturesin a free reading room during our
is did the car shipped by Mr. B.
five reels. Two days only. Monday winter season.
future Beecham for, the Florida.orange grower sees a and Tuesday, April 14th and 15th. It is manifest that Orlando must Second FloorHYHRYfHllG

.{ Hundreds of scenes with a thrill to make better provision for entertaining ,
o every foot. Don't forget the date. The her winter guests, and here is one
A companion piece to the charge price of admission to this will be five opportunity. This could be put in
.f the six hundred, is the charge of cents to children and ten cents to the center of a large lot, and the
.4 ,the two hundred Montenegrin bombfcrowers grownups. Come early to avoid the grounds could be beautified and provided .
who lost their lives in clearleg rush. with seats. The room could MMa MM .
i way for the attack on Scutari. retain its present seating. The Sunday -

.-. Mr. S. R. Clark of Nashville, Tennessee school room would make a nice My Cost Mark Is.
: Former Senator Beveridge is quoted who has been in Taft for reading room and ,many articles of -IN-
as saying that he ,will be 'campaigning the past year, returned to his home historic interest would find their way
t for the Presidency three :yesterday. there for the benefit of the public. FEEDFOR Black
years from now. Quite so, but won't Newspapers_ and current literature Nigger
. T. R. have something to say aboutIbat People would undoubtedly be gladto could be obtained to supply the read ,
? Some time ago the Colonel pre- carry their own packages home ing room without the outlay of actual -
tapted the job of being the leader and save the expense of delivery dollars. Orlando needs something 18345,67890
aid candidate of the Progressive teams were it not that someone might of this kind and now is the time to

f party. think they were trying to reduce the look after it. LIVE STOCK

0 cost of living.A \
' The appointment of John H. Pat- o i VICTORY. FOR RAILROADCOI- If you want anything in the Gents'
;- tenon, the Cash Register man, of lady from Ft. Wayne, Ind., be- MISSION LAUBACH
Dayton, as a colonel in the National fore ,starting home last week purchased Furnishing Line
now is the
Guard of that State, for heroic a fine diamond ring from T. Members of the Railroad Commis- The Grain Man. accepted .
ti vice during the floods, proves that I H. Evans, the jeweler. She said she sion and Hon. Fred M. Hudson, at Time
Governor Cox has'the courage to follow could buy pewelry cheaper of Mr. torney for the commission, are re- ted Sired, Prey .IS
the dictates of his heart. The Evans than in her home city. This is joiced over the important victory just I
fact that Mr. Patterson has been quite a compliment as Ft. Wayne,is a won before Federal Judges' Shepard,
under a legal cloud in no way detracts city of 80,000 population. I Pardee and Shelby at New Orleans.i i [ L LARK ROBERTSON[

x from the value of the service Several months ago the commission I
; that he voluntarily rendered to hunanity. NEWS FROM ALL PARTS OF! issued three important orders, one of i

' FLORIDA. which made a reduction of 25 per cent Oscar Hand I._
o on fertilizer materials shipped to the ..

a'W.. C. TEMPLE RETIRES. Tampa is soon to have two new fire State by joint roads, another decided ---
stations. reductions on all commodities shippedby &Son

According to the Tampa Tribune,, two or more roads and the third SncttMors to EL Hind L ? Mustard III
4 W. C. Temple has announced his in From April 5 to April 12 will be demanding a through rate on shipments FRANK BYE R SI
tention of retiring from the activemanagement "clean-up week" in Fort Myers. over the Seeaboard and Tampa FULL
LINE OF COMPLETE Manufacturer of
I Artificial
Northern roads TIE C1ll8P ls1.
of the Citrus Exchange. the latter having recently
The Tribune prints in detail what Mr Tallahassee has a very live and enthusiastic been purchased by the latter, Ornamental Work and

Temple has to say on the subject His Boy Scout organization. Manicure Pedicure, Shampoo

reasons being purely personal. Money to loan on improved proarty. 1-i I COME IN AND SEE ,US Face and Scalp Massage. Livingston and RailroadSkanfcaner

., Mr.. Temple has, been an ardent Mirrors are always casting reflections 8.Y WAY<-tf Parlofjover Dickson & lyes store
worker in the cause of the Exchange on a man's best friend. /
'corner Orange and Central
lid whatever of success it has achiev Shannibarger's for bicycles and.. _
': '.d,if;doe largely- to his_efOrta.e Patronize Sentinel advertisers Sundries tf Subscribe for the SeotlosLjjtjj..jjjjjj Avenues. SuclrlThe -. far bicycles and


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now he have a splendidline F

of New Spring Fabrics, in

FOfc tfPMNG .all the latest shadings, and of 3

the nice cool kinds, to make SHOESWe

dresses and waists, and we
have the best shoes
rM know the prices are right.

Come in and see them. money can buy, and we can give

;" )A WHY DOES ONE ARTIST PAINT A MORE BEAUTIFUL ------- you fit and comfort in the same

PORTRAIT THAN ANOTHER ? BECAUSE HE shoe. Let us show you. Our

KNOWS HOW TO "CATCH" THE ONE WHO POSES IN MEN'S SHIRTS ,prices are as low as is possible .
We also have
a nice line of"ECLIPSE" on the present high leather

& KNOW HOW TO The men that have worn them,

'Q QUALITY CONSIDERED,. ARE LOWER BECAUSE WE don't need to be 'told that they o : \; "'_ ' '"'

DO THE VOLUME OF BUSINESS AND DO NOT HAVE TO are fitters, and that they wear :,

1W7 ADD ANYTHING TO A LEGITIMATE PROFIT, AS, WE well. To look at them is to buy
I1/l/ DEBTS.
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I .. r. H. BI&RMAN& D l 106 S. Orange I &&uo. Orlando D !:

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The ladies of the Sorosis Club heldan COMMON SENSE METHODS.The .
interesting session yesterday afternoon immiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii
THE TUNER debating on the advisabilityof arbitration proceeding in the
ORLANDOFLA.P. adopting'a new constitution. .dispute between the Brotherhood of
Locomotive Firemen and fifty-four
Mr. H. L Hyer embarked for Tallahassee Eastern railroads, over the firemen's p!'
yesterday where-he will take demands 1
for increased pay, are com-
D, Homaday, of South Bend,' the'degree work in the legislature and ing to a close. The evidence is nearly i
Indiana, is looking Orlando over. come home wearing the title "Hon. all in and the arbitrators are ex- Yowell'sICLEAS
Bob. pected to make their decision at an I
early date. It is to be hoped that
W; C. Temple passed through Orlando
Unity Circle meets with Mrs. Gore this controversy will be settled on the
on his way from Tampa to Winter
211, Lucerne Circle
Wednesday April lines of common sense and justice and
Park.- 9th, at 330. Paper by Mrs. Howeson that the decision, whatever it maybe .

Julia Ward Howe. ,All are cordially will be accepted in the right spirit -
Mr. R. A. Patten traveling freight invited.S. by all those who are concerned
agent of the New Central Railroad, The settlement of the controversy
is in Orlando today.' H. Auspaugh, of Iowa, is spend- without resort to strikes or lock-
ing a few days in the city and will &WEEP
outs will not only be a good thingin SALE !
)fro J. E. Stephens, of New York, spend'some time looking over Orange itself, but may pave the way for
is in Orlando today, a guest of the county farm lands.Miss .the peaceful and sensible adjustment
San Juan of future
many differences of opinion.
---fIt ..... Catherine Hampton, of Gaines-
ville, who has been {
does not cost much to live in an attractive THE BOSTON LYRICS COMING. '
house guest of Mrs. LeRoy Giles for : -
Europe, as almost everyone is a OFEmbroidered
soldier with the past week, left yesterday for her .r -H
board the
paid by home.J. The last entertainment of the St. ,
government;: Cecelia's Guild course wil Ibe given
-. \ at,the Orlando Opera House Thursday
Mr. H.- Pinney, who has spent the
L. A. Dwelts of Jacksonville, evening April 10th by the Boston -
winter in the city, returns to his home
traveling freight agent of the L & in Philadelphia tonight He Lyrics, who will present a de Flouncings
N. Railway Company, was in the city. Florida climate has done much for says his lightfully varied program, and are
yesterday looking after business. health. very highly recommended. Prices
thirty-five and fifty cents. '.
Mines Emily and Margaret MeComtek Reserved seats on sale at Butts'"DENTIST" 4 -
J. B. Hayman, from the Alberta,
who have been the charming With Bandings to Match.
is in
country, Orange county ,
how guesU of'Mn.,., J., M. Thayer GETS DECISION.
looking over farm lands. He will
for amral months, left yttterday for I -
also look over several other counties
California.. New York, April 8.-Leach Cross,
-, i who He represents have been about studying twenty Florida families literature the East Side dentist, was given the In Swiss Marquisette and Voils all
I got
Mrs. Mattlt B. Davit left last night newspaper decision over Joe Rivers
with a view to locating i in
tot a six week's visit to her daughter, the State. in Los Angeles, tonight. Fight wen regardless of cost
MiH Gayle, who ii attending the the limit.. we absolutelywill
National Park Seminary of Washing
to. Mr. D. B. Sphaltr and ton, Alden WEATHER REPORT. not carry over any of the above
of Taft were in the city jristerday .

Dr. John A Salter, who has been Mr. Sphaler spends much of his time Florida-Generally fair Wtdnes goods.
one of the popular prttoriptloniits at Winter Home on Sand lake, on.of day and Thursday. _

in Dr.: N. J, Merck's drag: store for the prettiest places in Florida. The +,'.. or.... '; .. .. .. r _
ion tint, left last night for New place ii being cleaned up and btautl* A large number of prominent cit I
Orleans, where hi will rtildi led, and several homes are being tint and business mm of the, city
built. The post office ii now established -
and a store Ii in operation and art combining business with plcnun ..... ... ... . ..... .
J. M. Dickinson will return to Or. in a lilt to Tallahassee this week In IIIIII.II_ _II..I..I
Itndo tomorrow after a visit of several It begins to take on village lift which the interests of Sanford an at

days with hit mother, Mrs W. stake, Ire not by any moans forgotten
D. Dickinson, and other relative Speaking of Southern hospitality! especially the vital question of county
hire, Hi holds a splendid posltio A G A. R man, a resident of this division.-Sanford Con to Tribune

In the Orange county capital city, spent Sunday recently inj:I 1! The Big White Store i
Gainesville Sun. Charleston, and attended ont of the Maxwell' house Blend, the world .':
When best coffee served
pretentious churches. passing free every" day It
Mr. and Mrs R M. Bond, of Dt- out after the service he was met by'I The Pure Food Stow tt

Land and Mr and Mrs. A. H. In- an attendant who said, "I see by the r
bosh, of Daytona, motored to Or- button you wear that you were in the Mr. H. C, Hammond, of Taft, w i sIn -I
f ando yesterday and are spending today Union army; I was on the other side, Orlando yesterday. '
in Oli.ndo.Th.., art reglsteat red shake hands; Let's go have a drink." NEW GOODS 'ARRIVING DAILYtlilliilllHtliMMMMtMMtlMMIIIIIIIMIHMIIIIIIIIIMff '
the San Juan. This is pretty good for Sunday in a Secretary of the Treasury McAdoo,
dry town. I it is announced, has started in on an
Good morning, have you had your, I I era of the strictest economy. The

cup of Maxwell House Blend? i The Sentinel office it open all night Democratic_ _party__having_u decided to +* **
cut down the trip will now engagein
the pleasant past time of tryingto

iiSIsiiIIIuiIsiiiIISIHuIIIIIIIIsI. HIIIslItl make both ends o meet. GOOD WOW MULES

The total value of the gems im-

ported into New York during the For Sale by Everything New a
V month of March amounted to over
I four million dollars. Now'let some

one come forward and give this as H. G. Harper
the cause for the high cost of live

In attempting to arrive at a solu-
White Serge, Palm Beach and tion of the high cost of'living, every FOR HOUSEHOLD GOODS AND SCHOOL

Mohair Suits. Swell line of speaker thu far, at the session of the Hauling of an kinds, and plowing SUPPLIES.
Political and Social Science Academy .
Flannel Trousers carefully looked after.
seems to have assigned a different J
SCRUGGS &: DICKSON cause for o it. McCULLOCH'S

The Mert Outfitters GIVE US A TRIAL
Before you go north for ,the summer
.... .! But, Isle.ssr a4 Mm CktMi* don't fail to let us send you the DEPARTMENT STOREOPPOSITE

Weekly Sentinel It will keep you
An echo of the Ohio
flood is the
thoroughly posted on the happeningsin
slushing over of those engaged in an POST OFFICE
this section. Call at the office and
effort to get a pardon for, PresidentPatterson I
let show
us you a copy. It only
'0"-; of the National .
Cash RegIster and
I costs a dollar -a year. Company. CALL BE, CONVINCED"LOW

Inspect Shanlbarger'a big steak o r I EST PRICES ALWAYS"
bicycle Urea.AdrtrtiM. II Sometimes the best way to get the
measure of a lad of even 60 Inches

*+*** in the StttfftfL is with a yardstick. 1
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manufacturing business with weD
Business Boosters (dattiifed advertisements established trade. Need more capital
Jamaica yearly exports about 3,000, ) received after 10 o'clock and will take partner or will make a
-.* 000,000 bananas. midnight will be run in the "Too Late stock company,with $15,000 to $20-I .
to Claseifjl colwnn.Un': - _, I OQQ.capital date and Jn
-Boosters- es, or lessaprosimately excellent nupAo 'Manu" r
The world consumes one million 80 words-one time, 25 facturer,. in care of Sentinel tf.
gallons. of kerosene. oil daily cents; three times ,50 cents; one week! T i1ftO,1)) Bnick /
.w.A -- (six daily?land one weekly'editions)1 ,LOST. ; U.sers.

_1! sued Boston for school principal is being $LOO; one: month, 300., Diamond-shaped -fraternity pin, .
slapping a boy pupils ear.
BUY a lot in Thornton Park, a nice black background with awhile! scroll '
suburb in east part of the city. Carl in centre bearing Greek letters,'Delta
{ In 1912 the States of Jensen.
kerosene oil was United, 220,000,000 output gallons. Kappa EpaD n., Owner's name and I ? Every One BUTOK / il iliiiiliiliiimtt
I For Sale I comer lot, six room class of 10 on back. Please,,return'to ; a BOOSTER .
house, $IM60JX, if taken before April Sentinel office and receive suitable .
Britain in 1912 received $14,000,000in I
880 West Pine. reward. 43,3t
money orders' from the United

States. OAK HILL is the beautiful subdivision PARTIES having on their premises a It
to the Nertheast the city andI young bulldog of tan color and
Maurice Brown, well known actor, still have some choice, lots there. black face will please return him to t ,
says plays of. today are not ,true to Carl Jensen. the undersigned and receive reward.
,0 John Murphy Schenley .Place, Pine-
life! Wanted-Spare,, books, magazines, castle Road. 443tFor "
etc. Shanib g fs Free Reading DOD
: Buffalo plans the erection of statues Room and Library. 4-3 d3t-wlt Sale-New modern residence, ,
'to Grover Cleveland and Millard six rooms' 'and bath 'on' Summerlin 1
w Fillmore. WANTED-A, position as manager, avenue. Will sacrifice for.quick'sale.
caretaker ana collector for non Apply 306 North Orange
rf ,- resident property owners. By man of > avenue.4-6 6t BUICK"24'
Jeremiah Bancroft, 88, of Douglas,I experience who can give' it close 'at

., Mass., is the last chief of the vanishIng tention.' Address. Collector, ., Sentinel 4- ' COTTAGE FOR, RENTFurnishedor
h Ponkopoag Indians. not. Mrs.' T. A. Yancey, 710 Division

FOR RENT-Seven, room house, 502 street. 4-6 3t : .
Falls/operated W. Central avenue. Enquire of I t .
Niagara a municipal
,asphalt, repair plant :in 1912 and Mrs. S. A. Mann. 433t._ i the Wanted-The Keystone Hotel public under to know the that new There.is a certain prestige that owning your own

made repairs at 77 cents a square WANTED-Old Mirriors resflvered, management will be kept open all motor ,
in ,,
car gives _
summer and reduced rates will be you your community. '
making them New
yard as good as new.
ones made to order by the latest improved made during the summer season.
# 3t Mrs. Ethel :, .
McMakin.I '
i Dr. Redman, of Toulouse, has discovered proof backing French process put on them.and damp'Send I4.8 I I There is a certain satisfaction in knowing yon '
a method of injecting castor ;name and address to aRoyston 'A.I I I Lost-Pair of nose glasses; somewhere -: \ : own a car that will take anywhere and
and I will call and take 'on North Orange avenue. Re- you bring
oil witbs!>> ,hypodermic syringe into your I
the;;systems of parents 'unWilling to o 'Mar2ilm. turn to this'office for reward. 4-8 4t you back. It is this quality of dependability which

swallow. the oil' To 'Refit 866 West street Jen I., . . . .0 1 .
.t. u* '. tar looai, aroseor: leu*. Bit and cold has'put 110,000 Bricks on the road, and it is this ,

Vancouver, B. C., is to have a fif water, electric lights. Large garden;;S. .' ADVERTISE I same quality of dependability which has made
1 teen-story office building, to cost of st, E'W.HOWARD. I' Want a Cook [ '- every one of those, 110,000 Buick users a Buick
f' $700,000. The permit for this edifice I
FOR SALE-New house, Want a Partner
was taken out before the buildinglirnlt with all modern seven-roon improvements.I I' Want a Situation booster.

was put at ten stories. $3,000. Will take automobile in part Want a Servant Girl '

_ t pay. Address Owner, care Sentinel"' Want to Sell a PianoWant The Buick overhead valve motor has more power

per cubic inch of; piston ,displacement than
.r- any
City lots in exchange for Upright WeattoSellTowuPropertyWsat "
$ Dorris was radient over a recent piano. Used,less than 'two month!iL to Sell Yon!roeenei I other type of motor ever built. It costs us more
addition to the family: and rushed 6tT Lock Box 144, Orlando! WanTto. Sell\Your'Hardware t
out,of the house.,.to .tell 'the news. to ,. Want customers for Anything to make it but costs yon less to run It.

a passing neighbor" says the ,Bristol, .' Foracreage For Exchange'or other"property or Sale, in ,Advertise DaDyLID This Paper't

Times and Mirror Orange1 or:Lake Counties for four Advertising la the Way to Success
"Oh, you don't know what we've dwellings in Pittsburgh Pa. Houses Advertising Brings Customer ROADSTERS AND TOURING CARS. ,. $950 TO $1650, F. O. B.

x got up-stairs!" she cried. hinging good rent. All modern bufld- Advertising Keeps Customers ORLANDO. Catalogue on Request. '
be handled separate if de-
"What is it?" 11LCan Advertising Insures Success
:: "It's a new baby brother!" And Address F. JOSEPH RAEHN. Advertising Shows Energy !
expectantly she' tched'the effect of !mo.-. 17 Orlando, Fla; AdvertidngShowzPlnck '

her: announcement, Advertising Is "Bis"- eC .
"You don't say so! Is he going. to FOR SALE-Furniture of five-room Advertise of,Bast Cook Automobile Co.
} < house. New and up-to-date. .
stay? Reasonable. 560 Summerlin St., between Advertise Long
fi "I think so" very thoughtfully' Anderson: and Palmer. 4-3-3t Advertise,WellADVERTISE .
"He's got his things off." I Orlando, Florida
FOR RENT-A new eight room house At Once eS
} Have subscribed for the Daily with all modern conveniences. Applyto IN THE SENTINEL I
you Chauncey Holt,601 Magnolia street. . . . . . .
t; Morning Sentinel If not, why. not? Apr.,2-1 w I mmmtwm -

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t:. $40, $35 and $25 LACES $1.75 values at . . . . . . . . .p. . . . . . . . 75c

.90 values at . . .. . . .. . .. . . " 80c
COAT SUITS at 25 and 30 cent Pals at .. . . . .10 and 15 cents per yard. / : :

at Sac .60 Bandings at . . . . '. ... .... . .\ ,\ . . . 25c
All Over: Laces, 1.25 $1.50, $3.00 and $4.00 values : : .

.35 Bandings . .. . ... . . . . . .. ,. .. . . . . 15c ;
; $10.00 .each $1.00, $2.00 and $3.00 .

40c F1axons at . . . . . . .. . . . . . .. . . . 25c
40c Linens at . .. .. . . .. . . .. ..; .. .. . . .. . 25c
$ 60c Linens at . . . .. . . . . .. .. ., . .'. .'. . . . 45c
25 30 and 40 cent Laces at l0' 15 and 25 cents per yard. "
WAISTS: - 50 and 35c Voiles at . . . .; ... . .,. . . . . .. . 25c

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35c Etamine at . . . .. . . . . . . . . . . .. .. 25c

at $2 5 0 Embroidery" Dress Patterns at Cost 25cMomette at . . .. . . ; . . . ,. .. . ... ... . 20c

f > 30c Novelty crepe at . . . . . . . . . . .. . . .. 25climihlMMIIIIMMIIIIimiMIMHIIIMMMIMMII

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If it is true, and it seems to, be, :
that a concrete road, guaranteed for PUBLIC AUCTIONAT ; r WHEN YOU BUYJEWELRY

a period of years can be laid in Flor-
ida for much less than a brick road,
then our county commissioners should -AT-

not; spend the county's money for
more brick roads. At best,'brick on E. ,Leshef
sand is only a makeshift, a'road that Jewelry Store 1; ,_ 'i _
needs repairs almost as soon as fin- "
ished. Witness the Orange Park road In order business Mosey Invested With Us Is
to quit I will offer entire stock .
laid last summer. 'This road is'' already my at Auction. Profitably Spent. Give Us the .
uneven, and in need of repair.It Opportunity of Being the Source
Sale Opens) Saturday April 5th at Uland 7.30.
is impossible to lay brick on sand p.m. Daily Of Your Supply.

and'have it remain in place. Until all Yon Cannot Judge Ue Unless
The vibration caused by a brick goods are sold. : : Ton See What We Have, and .
road'is extremely injurious to a driver I We '
are Always Glad To Show'
of an automobile, and the damage to BILLY NOON EY', AuctioneerMHMMimMlimilMMillllllMHMIIMM .
'a car can hardly :'be estimated, the You.You
vibration in steel, which is dangerous.A Cannot Judge Us Unless t
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Make, or Need
- -
concrete road properly laid -I Anything Our

should last for a hundred years, and ; Line, We Are 'Sure We Can
- - - - --;- Please
- ; YOB.
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Don't Need
need no repairs during time. - - - - HIIIIIIIIMfiIF .
Florida is fortunate in having a Anything, We Are Just As Glad
splendid concrete matreial available, To ,Have You Come Into Our
In the oyster shell,'using either dead ,
or alive. There is :no better material, ,. OUR REPAIR,WORE IS '
- ---
and when mixed with sufficient very IN PROMPT AND ACCtJR..
coarse sand to fill the voids, using t: ATE, EVERYTHING'IS

one'part of cement to seven parts of THE LINE OF UP TO DATE DRY GOODS, CLOTHING, ,t: GUARANTEED.Allen .
the shell,and sand,.you have a mixture .
when laid three inches thick, HATS. AND SHOES, ALSO LADIES READY TO WEAR .:

with one-inch top finish troweled on DRESSES OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS COME TO B. SALO :.:
of one part of cement to two parts '. & CO.
of sand, that will always last, ,and MON. 'SATISFACTION GUARANTEED OR MONEY

cost much less than brick, and give -, ,.. .
f \ '
. _
.. .
I .
a smooth road that is a delight to : : c
drive over. .
In laying such a road it is neces-
sary to provide for.expansion.;: cracks Salomon! Orlando Orlando FloridaliMIMHIIIIIMIIIMIIMi

to take care of the expansion and con- ,
traction caused by heat and cold.
dice exists Florida concrete ; .
in against - --. -. .
- - - -- MHIitfflHModel
roads because of the two or three .
....... .
specimens that have been improperly '
laid. No one is to blame for this except I
the authorities who let the Grocery
approved the specifications and BANK' TRUST :

(failed to supervise. True concrete '...
material not used, sand and
insufficient was 'amount"of only.' .;- :. : # -- ... 18 West Church Street .::
ian cement. art Senfos aid Uliiiliei Profits .
examination of the Ortega cement ' Capital $120W.W. .. 4

(not"eonerete) road'shows: Tetal Resources ever Three-Barters of a 1111I. FANCY AND STAPLE GROCERIES. NEW AND .

First, Sand only, was used, no ,FRESH c
coarse aggregates, with such.material Report of the Condition of Orlando .
We Give Our Personal
Attention to Our
a one-cement to 'three sand mixture ,
xi Bank and Trust Co, Condensed .
would not be as strong as a one part I Guarantee Satisfaction and Prompt 'Delivery t-
of cement to seven parts of shell and .From Report to Comptroller :
Give Us 'a' Trial
sand. (You can see that this is so, Feb. 4, 1111 .:,
because large piece of shell is
a by *
itself equal in strength to the hardest 4 t"T Loam and Discount ...:.P9 ,18L06 Subtler Bros., ProprietorsHiiimttt' : jr j

stone; how many grains of sand l Fdl e Overdarfts ............... 198.3 .,
would have to together, each Stovc.ks - - -- - - - - - .... .
you put nd_ Bonds ....... 26,018.33 -- -- --- -- - - -
-- - - - - - - - - - - - --- - -- .
thoroughly coated with cement to be Real Estate, Furniture and .

equivalent in size to an oyster shell?) Fixtures ... .......... 25,853.44'
Second., Expansion cracks were put - - -- - - - - - - - -
.J' Cash on hand and in Banks 215,08183 .. '- - - - -
- - - - - - - - - - -
in about,seven or eight feet, but the - -
road is about fifteen feet wide and' :11
no :

expansion crack was provided within 1 LIABILITIES 1660,31118 REAL ESTATE A fOR
the width of the road. Of SAlt
course na- Capital Stock ...........100000.00 ,
ture promptly put the cracks in that Surplus and Undivided
should have been) upt in by the con- .
e Profits ... ........... 22; &83
tractor, and specified by the board, I Deposits ... ............ &537.41&85 .I F
the broken.result'ls the panels of the road are P .. The trend of Orlando's Growth is I

Third. 'No cement should be used I $660,31118 Northeast. Lewter's Addition and ,

in public work that is not tested bya I a We invite .the.attention of our cus Sunshine Park are there. Near by
competent chemist, Every fifth tomers and friends to our statement, :
barrel of a carload of cement' is always above and wish to assure them that is Paradise Hill. Let me show you :

tested before used in any important { Ill we appreciate their patronage and ..

building, the expense is a ask for a continuance of same. .
mere trifle, and insures good cement 1 Don't forget that oar deposits are
without which good concrete is im .d insured. i
F. A. LewtertllHIIIIIIMM
possible. A cordial invitation is extended to I :

Fourth. Moisture is required to visitors in' our, city to call and open a
cause crystalization for the Oaftei Stales GevennKat, and DeposItory. account with . t
proper_ State County an us. ,
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> ... - - . - .. ... . - - - - .- -. .- -. .- .
setting or curing of cement The Or- L .I
tega road shows that much of the concrete wr 0 11r 0 t
was allowed. dry out before _. __... u - -
curing, and*the result, of course, is UNDERTAKER ARMSTRONGThe
dismtegratiqh.. This is wholly unnec-

,essary. After the top dressing or ARTISTIC PICTURE- FRAMER- of Orlando t
wearing surface of one inch is in placeit
will set sufficiently in about twohours W. M. SLEMONS PING BTRf T ,
to bear the weight of a thin l' t

.coating of sand; which should be applied .
and sprinkled with water. In THE H. H. P.
four or five hours more sand shouldbe STRAIGHTFor

put on, and sprinkled... The sand
Our New Spring Stock is Coming In .
should then be allowed to dry out for Sale at all Cigar Stores

ten days and should be left on for 1 tans Newest cigar Made Orlando.
And will offer,to Choice SefcctU el Blah Class Goods in .
at least two weeks. A ,road, so laic we you a
should'' last f r'all time, need, nofuture ...IN.DRY GOODS,. ALLOTS STAPLE AND USEFUL Havana and Florida Wrappers .
'repairs, and instead of costing < GOODS as weD as FANCY.SILKS,SM fUll DRESS.GOODS, : Try One and Be Convinced
.. . ., : .
from $14,000 to $16,000 per mile, HOSIERY SILK LISLE AND COTTON, and the Many Accessories ; v "

should be laid for $7,000 or $8,000per that Women Use. HERMAN H. FINDER MTgV
mile. Jacksonville Metropolis.

? SCOTCH- DIVISIONAt Bargains Six Days in Every WeekWe 212 South Drug ,

carry all the time a large stock'of SHOES of the,best I I - t

a school north of the Tweed the makeS and newest styles..'. KING QUALITY HEN'S SHOES. I I
teacher was instructing his class in I CRADDOCK TERRY'S _WOMEN'S SHOES AND CHILD-
the rudiments of simple division."If . REN'S SHOES. NONE BETTER ARE SOLD IN THIS THE OAKLANDI!
,",he said,to one of the boys, "I *> MARKET ,
had twenty marbels and I wanted to SCHLOSS BOOS. FINE SUITS; FOR MEN at $15.00, $20. RIYAL PAlM e

divide them, Willy, between you and $25.00 and $30.00 are unsurpassed for STYLE FIT AND
Macgergor, how many would you .: QUALITY. THE GAR BARBER SHOP
maybe," said the boy. PLEASE YOU. THAT EVERYBODYISTAIIING Modern and Complete.
"Why, 'maybe'?," asked the master.MBeeause" .' .
Everything new, individual
sir, Macgregor
gie unless were standing electric attachments at every;
me ten
you +
ABOUT chair. No stone has been left r

by. W. M. SLEMONSPalatka unturned, make thia shop'
meet th'erequirements of the
The contract for the construction ASK FOB IEltNS ATI8N'MAGRUDER
of the new building to be erected in most particular. Plenty of, '
r om. Courteous attendants.
St. Petersburg by the Woman's Town
Improvement Association has been -- ELIJAH WHTTEHEAD,
aWf'ded. The building ii to be a including the Hastings sec- At a recent meeting of the Elks' will also be sent by this lodge. Proprietor.

handsome one and it is expected that tion, Friday. It is expected that the I Lodge in: Petersburg, it was votedto Orange Ave* - Orlando, Fla
send $100 to the Elks' Lodge at Last week twenty-one ladiesmet.
H will be completed in 'several market will greatly improve very
months. Dayton to be used in caring for in Arcadia and organized a Civic 7
soon as the potatoes will be riper members of. the lodge and others League. :Their object will be to Improve .

Y Twenty-five car-loads of potatoes and transportation to the Middle and there who Test, heavily as a result the city upon every line that Money to loin on improved prop

were shipped from Hastings.and East .Extreme West will be better. of ,the,flood, A.,box of clothing lies within their power.: ert,. 8. Y. WAY. -tf WANTED-Cleln'rags at .this.olee, "

4 'j-N.b .....wtl'r_.c J s ;" .:3."J'-;":':""" ......".:;;f" ,;, y ...t! ;:.i y.e:;\: .. : !:-: \-:1.: "."' .;::-'.::;._ '.;::.....'. ::,_:-. .:_ .,":' r ".. .,: t _.._J': ."r". !, '

,-"," '......::: .'<, ,.,.:'....,-','f"i-,', ".:_.. .."....,.-''.:.:'-_'. ..' -t'...... ""' ;..'-" :?.,. .v'J.=..,f "?;r- {;" :"" '1 ' ;,.... :;:::;, -',

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', Louie C. Mawey, President.
The Mowing letter was received .'
in ..., ... .
s by the league acknowledgement oftheir < '-'
Iie. dslis< .
I ,..... Widow, flbe.Tra t j ,
HMH C. Meock. ,A1 Orthf ,SimMl A.MmD AMt OMkhr ,.. first shipment They sent an- .
o ;her shipment a few days ago.
-' f City of Cincinnati, April 6, 1913.

THESTATE Mr. W. H. Palmer,
I Secy Municipal League of Orlando. .
Orlando, Fla. ,
Dear Sir:

BANK I wish to acknowledge receipt of
16 barrels and 1 box of vegetablesfor INTBBESTINSTEAD AD

the benefit of the flood sufferers, S'Q ,
which arrived in good condition and OFIf

have been distributed in the Miami

L "of Orlando Valley. you have a savings account which
; We are greatly touched by the
: : I earns only four per cent either call,
d prompt response to our appeal telephone, or write, and we will glad
Cincinnati proper has not suffered ly explain how the same money can .
THE OUffiST BANK IN THE OHf as much as the other districts, and earn five per cent and probably more.

-AND- most given merchants of to the our surrounding contributions are able communities.Our to have do business been-. THE[ PEOPLES[ NATIONAL l BANK

but it was quite a draft on their .
The Bank which transacts more business than resources to comply with the many During April we offer City of Orlando

:, any Bank between Jacksonville and Tampa requests from outside points. Five Per Cent Sewerage Bonds at par,
for cash or on easy payments.
Very truly yours,

- The large patronage of this Bank has been bunt up Mayor. CONDENSED STATEMENT AS RENDERED TO UNITED

: during twenty years by conducting its business.on sound STATES COMPTROLLER APRIL 4TH, 1913
banking principles with careful attention to the legitimate RESOURCES LIABILITIES

of the Robert T. Lees and who Loans and Discount ......W9.84S.58 Capital..................$ 50,000.00
wants of customers., The confidence publicis family Bonds .4................... 22,637.50 Surplus ................... 10,000.00
have a cozy winter home at 101 Lake Furniture and Fixtures .... 5,69141 Circulation............... 17,500.00
reuected in the large amount of deposits. Cash and in Banks ........ 75,640.13Expense Deposits ... ........... 157684.98
street will start for their home in .p.
.................. 1,469.80 ,
Average deposits First Quarter of 1913, $900,000. Westport, Connecticut, next Sunday. -
(235,184.36 1235,184.36
These good people have been coming
: to Orlando for five years and have Deposits November 26, 1912 .............$ 79,849.92 .

FOUR PER CENT PAID ON SAVINGS ACCOUNTSOur : drawn around them a large circle Deposits February 4, 1913... .......*... 128,884.60

: of friends. Mr. Lees is president Deposits April 4, 1913 ... .. ........... 157,684.98You

of a manufacturing company which; are invited to open your account with the only bank in Or-
: has a very interesting history. lando which is under' the supervision of the Comptroller of
correspondent banks are located in every part of> : The business was established in the. Currency of the United States of America \

Banks in the : 1814 by his grandfather, who was an
the world and include some of the largest
Englishman and the business has

United States. been in the family ever,since. Mr. R.

T. Lees, has a son who is now in'act '
111111111111151111111111111111111151111511151 ive and little
us-ill management_ a eight
a --- -- year old grandson has already spokenfor .. .. . ,. .. ., .
I f."J. ... : '" "" ',- .. .$:' 'tJo<' ?-;' .'\&'_.1hr.--' '<;, ":;:' e.
PRESIDENT OF CIVIC LEAGUE\ GOOD PEOPLE DEPART the grandfather's desk so that ',.. .. -- .
APPOINTS COMMITTEES. the prospects are that this businesswill -
Mr. and Mrs. P. B. Martin leave be continued in the family for
Mrs. John T, Fuller, the newly I for their home in Middleville, N. J., many years to come.
elected president of the Civic League, I today. The business its self is interesting,
; baa completed her list of chairmenof Mr. and Mrs. Martin have been coming the making of all ,manner of cotton

the various committees for .the to Orlando for so many years that twines, cord and thread, in fact one

F coming year. they know its history pretty well. hundred and one different articles.

The appointments are: Mr. Martin has been interested in The company find many of their POPE SUFFERS A RELAPSE.

Pure Food-Mrs. J. M. Thayer. real estate, more or less, for twenty goods in the stores of Orlando.

Tea Room-Mrs. T. P. 'Warlow. years and has gone through the One factory is engaged all the time Rome, April 8.-Pope Pius suffereda

Streets-Mrs. M. B.Davis._ seasons of rise and fall, and rise again in making goods for the export trade.It severe relapse in the course of last COMPLETE

,Parks-Mrs. C. G. Westcott until today he takes great pleasure in is interesting to visit with Mr. night He was very feverish, his

Sanitation Mrs. G. ... Edwards, the new and greater Orlando. His Lees and learn of the manner of operating temperature rising to one hundred STOCK

and Mrs. J. S. McEwan, investments ,during the last ten years I these large factories. degrees. Prof. Ettore Marchiafavawas \ I OF

Ways.and Means-Mrs. Seth Wood. have proven very profitable and he with him for an hour.

raft is abundantly satisfied.Mr. GRAND THEATRE.. After a thorough examination, the
Charities-Mrs. S. E. Ives, Sr. and Mrs. Martin have a host physician insisted that the Pontiff

Junior Branch-Mrs. H. L Bee of friends in this city who will hopeto "The Waws of Destiny,"_will.' be should take complete repose and forbade

man. see them back: next year. shown today- at The Grand.. This him even to receive the usual SDrinStyles!!
Membership-Mrs. B. J. Ford. delightful drama is begun in the daily report on Vatician affairs.

Education-Mrs. L H. Gedge. NEW REAL ESTATE FIRM green fields and leads the spectator Although the Pope's temperaturehad i
Curfew Mrs. R. L. Bunch. through a labyrinth of middle class diminished somewhat during the

Vagrancy-Mrs. L G. Starbuck. Mr. Carl Jensen, who has been one and high class society life, followingthe forenoon, his holiness remained in

Concord Park-Mrs. A.,A. Morey. of the most active real estate men vicissitudes of ,the career of a bed, the doctors in attendance insisting

r$ ' Bird 'Protection-Mrs. A. F. Cur in Orlando for a number of years and beautiful girl reared by a kindhearted that he must not rise today.No <-

tis. has built up a splendid business, and old shepherd, who, at a time when official bulletin has been issued

x f Civic Literature-Miss Maggie above all, a reputation for honesty, she needed him most, was lost to today concerning his condition, buta FASHIONABLE
Hart has'taken a partner,'in the person of her forever; cut off while tending his report is in circulation to the effect
Mr. L C. Watkins, who comes from flocks in the open meadow by the that the relapse he had last night

STATE CAPITAL NOTES Greensboro, N. C. The new firm will most realistic stroke of lightningever was due to an affection of the kid

continue the business, and extend shown, in a motion picture. The neys.
i ',Mr. H. J. Drane, of Lakeland, Senator their line of action to meet the requirements young girl whose life is so beset with
& from Polk county was elected of the greater Orlando. pitfalls for the unwary, finally wins PLEAD THE UNWRITTEN LAW.
of president of the Senate by accla Mr. Jensen has a campaign of both honor and a happy home. The 8pwU to the tatintL Straw

: nation,' his opponents, Hon. A. Z. activities mapped out that will mean pictures of this feature are of the "
Adkins and Hon. Fred M. Hudson much to the upbuilding of Orlando. most beautiful hand-colering. St. Paul, Minn., April 8.-"Not

withdrawing from the race. Success to the new firm. Pathe's Weekly will be shown on guilty," was the verdict of the jury

.Mr. C. A. Johnson, of Live Oak was : Thursday.SIX. in the. case of Oscar M. Olson, pro Hats
Y fessor of the University of Minne-
elected Mr.
president pro tern and AT THE FAVORITE.
I sota, who, on the evening of March
Calkins, of Fern ndina was made 1 1I ACRES OF FERNS.Mr. .
I 5th, shot and killed Clyde Darling,
', chairman of the ,caucus. The minor "The Cowboy Guardians," "101" Bi N. H. Fogg, of Altamontewas
;. appointments are: Chaplain, Rev. J. son-western drama. in ,Orlando yesterday and had laundry wagon driver and admirer of
his wife. Olson pleaded the unwritten -
q D. ,Adcock; pages, Park Glover, "Joe, the Pirate," Impsidesplitting with him Mr. Charles B. Haines, wife
George I Bailey J. I. Culpepper; 'comedy. and daughter, of New York, who are law. Brown &

doorkeeper/1. A. Morgan; Journal "Early in the Morning," Solaxoneof winter residents of Altamonte, where
clerk, D. T. Haddock; assistant, Geo.I those gripping stories that holds they have a beautiful home. An at- Lartiguei

T. Morgan; sergeant-at-arms, George you spell bound, ending with a beautiful tractive feature of their home is a CASTER. t i
;' L Taylor; reading clerk, Nat W. climax. six acre fernery, which presents a
:, z Marion; assistant, Columbus B. Smith Ladies and children cordially invited grand Florida picture and is one, of Last week the Sentinel gave a fore.

bill elerk, Thomas R. Clare; recording to matinee from 2 to 5 p. m. and the spots where visitors love to lin cast of the organization of the State ,

clerk, Mrs. J. E. Young; messenger, at night from 6:45 to 10. Five centsto ger. Altamonte has many rich homes legislature in which it spoke for Her.
Harry McCulley; enrolling clerk, N. bert J. Drane, of Lakeland for president -
all. and attracts good people from al ,
A. Ball; assistant secretary, H. S. McKenzie Mr. Ed Body, who has been visiting parts of the north and east of the Senate and Ion Farris, ;
of Jacksonville, as speaker of the
M ; janitor, Otto R. Kirchof. on the east coast for several House. SERVED FREE

weeks, returned to Orlando yesterday, BASKET BALL The Legislature is now organizedand
SUNDAY EVENING SACRED CON. where he is visiting in the family of
these are the men selected for
3 CERT his uncle, Dr. W. C. Persons. Mr. Body "The Would-Be's" vs. the "Has the positions named above. Maxwell House

reports that a severe wind and hailstorm Beens" are the titles ,of two basket The Sentinel will keep you straight
Cot and Mrs. Norcross entertained visited the east coast last Saturday ball teams that will meet in the arena in politics. I .
h their neighbors in their beautiful and destroyed the crops aroundFt. Friday night

Magnolia avenue home Sunday night, Lauderdale and Delray and other With one team fighting for fame, LUCERNE THEATRE TODAY. BlendTHE
at a sacred graphaphone concert east coast points. and another retrieving its lost prestige -

Mr. Narcross has a splendid graph. there will be lively interest and "A Girl's Strategem," Biograp
ophone, and a supply of the very CONCERT REPEATED AT CATHEDRAL those who enjoy this sport will be
a very 'pathetic story. WORLD'S BEST COFFEEAT
best records and those present speak
; SCHOOL: well entertained and will get ,theirmoney's "The Game Warden," Kalem-
very highly of the music'every number ,
worth in real fun.
of backwoodsman. A
portrayal a -
z' being sacred.
"Memories, By-gone days," the picture story that will interest the
; Light refreshments were served at
the close and the neighborhood friends prettily arranged concert first pre. PARHAM. most fastidious. The Pure Food StoreGovernor
sented in the auditorium of Cluett "The Teacher at Rockville"Lubina
t in their hearts sang, "Blest Be the
Tie." Hall on Saturday night, proved sp Mr. Robert Parham, after a linger- western love story. -
.; delightful that the young ladies were ing illness of several months, died Matinee daily at 3:30 to 5 p. m.
requested to give it a second time.' at his home on West Church street Balcony five-cents. Lower floor .
IL- I iIt BASKET'_BALL This was done last evening, most yesterday afternoon. The funeral Night, three shows, 7 to 10. Foss wants the Massachusetts Property owners along the famous
tt, successfully, and again won much services in
charge of Hammond & ten cents. Fifth
send tariff in
to New
legislature a avenue York
"The Would Be's" vs "The Has from enthusiastic audience. are
praise an Gore, will be: held at the family residence -
; Beens" Friday night at the armoryat at three o'clock message to Congress in order that objecting to so many, parades, which
8:15.25e. due attention may be given to the seriously interfere with their business.
PICNICING AT WEKIWA.Mrs. needs of that particular common Some day somebody may ask
You are requested to assemble at 'wealth. The Governor is evidently the question: "Why so
All members of the Mendelssohn Charles H. Lee is entertain- NOTICE. Castle Hall this afternoon at 2:30 proceeding on the theory that "every! anyhow?" parades

Club are urgently requested to be ing a jolly party of friends today at for the, purpose of attending, in a body's doing it"Sbasssibargees -
at reherasal tonight. Wekiwa, the picnic being given in The Equal Suffrage League will body, the funeral of Brother Robert
EMMA L HAINER, Pres. honor of her attractive: guest, Miss meet at Unity Chapel Wednesday Parham deceased, which will be held o Insurance, Real estate, Loans

Virginia Southgate, of Washington, morning at 10 o'clock. AU membersare in the Baptist church,at 3 p. m. for bicycles and I Rentals, Curtis A O'Neal, next Post-
-, AdvertiM h lie 8lsltlesl. D. C. requested to be present J. W. DOUGLAS, C. C. sassrlss. office. .

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