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 13, 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
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Resource Identifier: aleph - 002075051
oclc - 34297092
notis - AKR3406
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System ID: UF00087112:00116
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Related Items: South Florida sentinel
Succeeded by: Morning sentinel

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Iose lal to Tit isselaiLWuhington drat victory for reform in City Tallahassee, Fla., April 12.-Qult BpMial (to lk. Iffltliul. t
!(I Washington, April 12.|-The ChN Mexico City, April 12.-The falloej
April 12.-President government in Orlando was scored i I la I number of Senators and Representatives Rome, April 12.-Pope Pius, who nese declaration of independence, of the Washington ..

Wilson won his fight for ultimate free in yesterday's election. The rl.ulI I,I have gone home to spend was thought to be improving rapid' which took the form of an address cord recognition to government the Huerta te &a.

raw sugar in the democratic caucus was a surprise to many as it was 'Sunday. 1 ly, had a serious relapse. The change to the world, was cabled here from ministration created

today by a four to one vote. TheLcmisiani generally talked on the streets that I Headed by F. P. Forster, as com i for the worse was noted in His Holiness' Peking today and after being read the Mhlcan grave anxiety In
I I'I capital, a condition wfaldi
men were routed in their i I the measure would be defeated but mender' in chief, and Thos. K. Bated, I condition just after noon to in the cabinet meeting today noticeable ,
was was
during the
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effort to secure protection for sugar. the friends of the measure went has secretary general, what li known I' even tit
Interest quietly about their business and let ids' the "standing army of Sanford," flclal I I'li organ$ of the Vatican, announced nclali declared that (It reflected the ties.

The bill will be sent with a twenty the knockers have a clear field and' making a hard fight for the dl. < in a special edition that the ,Pope influence of the young Chinese mem Under

five per cent reduction on the present the result was that those favoring i'I)vision I of productive Orange county, was suffering from bronchitis He bIn who have been educated in American Ington'i coolness some circumstances would Wait
not hive taw
duties with" free sugar at \the won by eight votes. The' entire vote I the county teat of which Is Orlando, i i'eltlieni also has high fever, his rising tern colleges. The president and his so serious, but with the lmpovrUWlstate .

tnd of thru years blnrlGI. of which 1SS were in favor of which oppose the move ;perature first calling attention to the cabinet praised It enthusiastically and of the national

Underwood led the fight against and 130 agalnsti Thus it will be I mont The new county, if establish i change in his condition formal recognition of the republic by mon knowledge the distant treasury cost
Brcuward to save the president's 11 seen that the vote was very light ed, will bear the historic name of Until noon today the Pope "lfIVOtvory the United States awaits only the the United States according to tte .
compromise plan and the vote was> I Then was a feeling of indifference. "Semlnole," symptom of convalescence of actual organisation of the constituentassembly views! of 'well'lnformed observers

decisive The facts are that a mass meeting had Before going to the fray each morn the attack of the last few dogs which which will moot again tomorrow sumed almost the HH

Broussard presented as his origin been called and I committee appointedwith ing, the oft\COrl'\ and "high privates"of so alarmed the Catholic world. in Peking national proportions f.

al proposition a reduction in the tariff instructions gather data and the crusaders gather Inspiration At OilO o'clock this evening, (he The text of the address follows i assumed menace.and in Popularity it wtet

I on row sugar, but always eliminated draw a charter. The committee,I'and strength from devouring liberal Pope's temperature was 103. Short "On this eighth day of the fourth :'I flees it was, not high denied government that !&" ;

the three year term under which obedient to instructions, wont about;I I II I quantities of the far famed Sanford ly after midnight it was announced month In the second year of the republic I tie friendly nod from, Uncle one Saw

sugar was ''acSllltW fret This was the work and spent much time l lI In/celery and listening to serial ad His Holiness had fallen Into a doze of China, the date fixed for the'' should have rendered
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President Wilson's compromise to I gathering data and then drew a : dresses, on the "goldenness of the Constant coughing had weakened him first, opening of our permanent na I. country's financiers who

meet sugar planters of Louisiana.Representative I charter and another mass meet ,I future," by Bob Holley editor of the and respiration was difficult tional assembly, the members of the. to borrow 100,000,000 pesos are($50,00 try t-: .

Hardwick of Geor twice-a-week Sanford Herald. .
called and citizens
ing was urged to senate and the house of represents 000))
ail, chairman of the investigationon be present At that ,meeting the proposed The battle forces at present consist ATLANTA GUESTS. tives, having met in these halls to Even the armed enemies simple of the <

sugar tnuti led.the fight for immediate charter was submitted section of the following prominent people celebrate the event, now make this I concede that President government r

free raw sugar. He was defeated I Iby section and with a few amendments : Chairman, F, P, Forrester; secretary Mr, B. T. Lipscomb, of Atlanta, declaration of their sentiments: Huerta will determhaft

158 to 62 'was adopted. Thos. I{. Bates; Robert J. Hoi- Georgia, and Mr., D. .A. Robertson "The will of heaven is manifested policy in restoring pursue order a but Ian

Fifty-one democratic members Many friends of commission gov- ley, W. H. Garner, W. J. Hill, Charles> of the same city, are in Orlandoguest. through the will of the people. That closest personal friends admit, his

met today on call of Aspbrook, of eminent were disappointed because Hand, T. E. Wilson, W. R. Healey, at the San Juan. Both are the hundreds of millions of the people is going to be difficult job
increasingly >
.j Ohio, on free wool to which they were the initiative and referendum were lof Longwood; H. McLawlin, GeorgePJH. gentlemen of splendid appearance and possess the authority of the state i is unless some means can be found -for

opposed. They sought to effect a not in the charter and opposed it fo j Fernald and wife, W. W. J. Thig- dignified bearing, impressing one withthe not proclaimed now for the first time. replenishing the national funds. k

combination ,with sugar men in opposition that reason. ,, pen, Joe Cameron, Frank L. Wood- fact that they are real business The monarchy, so long corrupt provedunworthy month after Huerta was made

to the removal'of all dutieson On the other hand, a great any'I ruff, L. P. McCullen, W. H. Shelby, men. of the grave responsibilities there not president

wool and sugar.. who were indifferent I to the subject ,'A. T. Rosseter, H. C. Dubose, D. L Mr.: Lipscomb stated that he had entrusted to it by the will of on hand to was the enough money"'

The resolution, was passed at the 1 felt that the committee had done as Thrasher, H. E. Tolary and wife, B. been in Orlando nineteen years agoand the people, but with the introduc- government pay for expenses but short

meeting proposed by Lobeck, of I I instructed, their work had been accepted F. Whitner, A. P. Connally, E. E. that he was amazed to see what'wo.nderful tion of popular government, the rep period. He and his any counsellors a

Nebraska,'that they not be found by Brady, J. T McLain, E. A. Douglas i, the cot-
at a mass meeting and it was progress city hase resentatives of the people must share tinued making their P

democratic caucus and would Join I unfair to' now put the stamp of disapproval f lG. F. Smith and wife. Unless ,th made. Both gentlemen are loud in the likes and dislikes of the people. on the assumption that plans the, however, #

with all opponents of the Underwoodbill on their work and, to insinuate Legislators vote "right" the army f; their'praise of our pretty little city. They are to give expression to the"desires necessary would be forthcoming money. "
bill in opposing free auPr. Will-well, the army will. The forces B
I that the proposed charter was and voice the will of the people.i due time from some source or other '

-,;_ ,.. ;t'tt' 1]the pleasure of a cliquyand, thu'caused from..the.9tlan .seftioq .are..s also,-jn i.; --vAN'OPPORTUNITY. they, hold"the .reins, in hBlf"o the:{But it has not yet ppeared.and .peo,.

DRAINAGE CONGRESS CLOSE).' a number to vote to ex- creasing; and Tallahassee's police nation to govern with severity or pIe are now asking whence it caw

honorate the committee whom they partment, consisting of two mild- Franklin L Lane, secretary of the leniency, with parsimony or extravagance be expected.
Sptekl to the Sentinel .1 believed bad acted honestly and from mannered Blue coats, may be forced become the
{ interior, is looking for a man who ; they pivot upon. There is of course no denying tlv
St Louis, Mo., April-The Nation to call for reinforcements before the
unselfish motives.Now
combines a truism'with business capacity which the prosperity of the state is I fact that the withholding of American
al Drainage Congress, which dosed "battle of oranges" is ended. Fearful
if the friends of commission the
honesty with executive ability made to turn. For success or i recognition makes it more dX .

its third annual session here today government will Just get together, a prospect, ain't it. and who will accept a place at failure, safety or danger; adversityor I ficult for Mexico to borrow. Loaf ,i
adopted resolutions calling for the .charter can be worked out and put Representative Spencer, of Marion, good fortune. Theirs is the merit
I $5,000 a year, the tenure of which I bankers do not hesitate to decla*
addition of post of Secretary Public I into force that will satisfy all who will in a few days introduce a bill the blame.
may extend over a period of 10 years. or that'if the United States persists fe
Works to the president's cabinet I favor honest to prohibit lobbying in Tallahassee.It i
government The place is that of Indian commissioner turning her back Mexico
on money
Former Governor Francis, of Missouri ! This is but a preliminary. is not a resolution, but a State
step; a OUR BANKS '
I loaned to the Huerta government
today received a telegram from. charter no doubt will 'be drawn and law. It will prohibit lobbyists ap
The secretay truly that it is would be risk not lightly to be
says a at-
Secretary Tumulty thepresident's the floor of the House
containing submitted to the ,legialature.The : pearing on or pleasure o
more of an than It is the Sentinel sumed and that the
a job; an a as possible overthrow -
position on the matter. Senate or operating in Tallahassee.Mr .
thing we are all interested I in opportunity for the right kind of a It ought to be to every fair minded ; of Huerta would leave tin
Delegations will be from the it is
picked Spencer says water-tight
is charter
and if the
a good
Executive spiritof man to win fame and honor and to doa man to note the success and pros holders of the new bonds in an embarrassing
Committee Congress and measure and will absolutely atop lob-
fairness and candor
prevails, the noble ,work. "I think I'do under- of banks for after all 1
not erity our predicament
will wait upon the president in the I result will be satisfactory. The 'lying at the''' capital if the Legislature f
,committee estimate ,
future. difficulties of such al they; are the institutions that give 1t
near will it
''It is also planned 'to ask Senator 'terested, like in the the welfare rest of of us,Orlando.are in. When the pass preliminary reform bill task" says the secretary, "but it is solidity and character to the business THIRD NATIONAL DRAINAGE

Fletcher, of Florida, the Governor Let us get together and stay'together brought down by Senator Nathan P. with no feeling of egotism or excess landing of a community.The CONGRESS
of confidence that I say I wish I could Sentinel has published the Y
Major of Missouri and other official for the Greater ,Orlando. Bryan, comes up before the Legislature -
afford to devote 10 of statements showing the of the
representative' of states vitally involved The ,contest wai good natured and l several amendments will be 1 years my own growth St Louis, April 12-A bill for pra
j life exclusively to the persuit of such Orlando banks, and that growth I is
by floods drainage and reclamation is past, let us forget it now and get proposed and some warm contests 1 sentation to Congress designed to prevent -
In opportunity that. It less than
is marvelous
as a task nothing for a
problems. to act with the delegation. busy. will follow. One member will propone where possible, loss of life ufl
worthy of any man's loftiest ambitions. little city like Orlando, and proves 1
an amendment providing for ." property in floods such as caused m
two facts. First thrlf-
conclusively ,
the nomination in primaries of a much destruction in Ohio
SENT TO THE SENATE postmasters and Indiana,
And such it really I.. It is not altogether ty and prosperous community, and
and other Federal officeholders
was drafted at the third National
OUR PUBLIC SCHOOLS a pleasant labor, however. It secondly and perhaps most important, '
BpicUl to tile bestlusi.Washington in thins State. Representa- Drainage Congress which met tetra
- is not alone the interesting work of good .business and
The public schools are now on the April 12,-Among the tine Floyd, of Franklin, is expected into management, an today. The drafting of this bill wet
looking the, Indian's education, integrity that appeals to the world
last lap of the school Give th nominations sent to the Senate today to support this amendment in view virtually a commission given the organization
year. development and ordinary wellfare. as safe and sane men to manage our
children by President Wilson were: of his stand taken on the same mat by President Wilson.
help and the
encourage In many respects that would be finances.
teachers. To be United States judge for th the extra session last year. The Congress, which is to last far
No institution in the
city ideal
task. But is
eAnother represents a contin The Orlando Bank 'and Trust Co.
is doing more for the Southern District of Florida, ,d amendment ,to be proposed three days, was welcomed to-day to k
people battle
young uous with a great army of looters have a statement in this issue that
M. Call. b>y Representative William Mapoles, the Mayor 'and others, after whicam
than the schools
public and the patient who would rob' the Indian of every shows the good management that has
To be third assistant secretary of of Walton, will provide that one of message from President Wilson wan
and painstaking superintendent,, thing he has. This fact, associated brought that institution to a point
state, Dudley Field Malone of New the; United States Senators from this read. Other speakers were Govern
and teachers are entitled to the sup with other features of a dissagreeable where it is one of the great banks of
York. State shall always be nominated from Major, John H. Nolen, Executive Coia-
port of the parents during these try nature,render the work both difficult Florida. Read the statement
To be counsellor I of the Suwanee and other the mitteeman from '
for west
the State De Missouri, and Dave _
ing days that shall bring the year to and unpleasant It requires an. extraordinary
close. partment, John Bassett Moore of New I from east of the river. R. Francis, President of the National
k a man and the salary he will POLICE OVERPOWERED BY 1110 .
,During the hot days of spring it.i is York. Representative MacWilliams has a receive is not enough to commensurate Drainage Congress.
; to be collector of joint resolution to introduce providing those
customs for the Among scheduled to address
sometimes hard to keep young mindson I with the qualifications that are Rochelle, Ga., April 12.-Chief of
district of Beaufort S. C. FranklinI for a constitutional amendmentexempting the Congress
during its here
stay are
books and here is where parents ;required to fill the office satisfactor- Police Collins and a posse of county
P. Colcock. all owners of homes in1 Mrs. Emmons, Crocker, of Fitchburg
can give help. ily. deputies were overpowered'by'
this State from taxation. In other I a Mass., Chairman of the Conservation
In Florida, Dean Spencer will try masked mob early today, three negroes -
6.BOUQUETS NATIONAL LEAGUE RESULTS. words, if a man owns his own home Committee of the General Federate
AND 'BRICKBATS. his hand on the Indian, and if he can arrested being taken from themand
and lives in it, .he pays no taxes, but* of Women's Clubs, who will speak _
not succeed, is not possible for any severely flogged. The blacks
Special to the the burden of taxation in this State "Drainage Flood
A prominent Orlando citizen, not Seiffnel. Protection and tks
to succeed; he is a man of indefa- were told to leave the country:
given to extravagant statements, Cincinnati, April 12.-Pittsburg, 9; will fall upon the man more able to and Home," and Senator Francis C. New-
tigueable Leon Melvin
energy ac- 17-year-old son of
said that he could hardly take time Cincinnati, 2. pay it-the renter and the land speculator lands, of 'Nevada.Evening .
with the situation.
.quainted J. C. Melvin
a planter
to Chicago, April 12.-St Louis, 5 he argues.
pull his trousers on in the morning ; i The Florida Indian is particularly foully murdered Sunday wjll be "Gover
in his Chicago, dBrooklyn The bill providing for the creationof evening. nor's '
anxiety to get hold of the at which Governsr
a proposition because he has Since the murder, feeling' in the
Morning Sentinel and read it April 12.-The gam the territory of West Florida, h voluntarily isolated himself in the has'run Major will preside and addresses wM '
community high. Three
Now thai sounds better to us than with Philadelphia was called off o n include thirteen counties west of t prominent : be made by Governors O'Neal of Ala
of Florida and has 'shwa.the
swamps .s farmers of the community, W.
the account of rain. Suwanee River, the same to be admitted barns Blease
report that comes to us from certain '!repelled overtures of the of South Carolina sad
A. Coleman Jim
govern Coleman and W. H.
Boston, April 12.-No today later to the Union by Congress ' Chief
L citizens who are temporarily so: game ; Executives of other States.
.ment in endeavor to him.
every help Stevens, are in jail charged with the .
with New York will be introduced in
Journing at Tallahassee, and who on account of weather a few|I
have cheated
Speculators and mal crime.
threaten conditions. days. It is not yet decided who shall Negroes on the plantationsof
to strip every garment on [treated him until but the missionaries these RESUMES "*
none men have stirred trouble BUSINESS.
their measley bodies and downon AMERICAN LEAGUE RESULTS. propose the measure, but in all probability up
swoop of the Episcopal church and have
armed themselves againstthe -
the it will be a South Florida
Sentinel office and flay every who have been kind to him has his whites. Cairo 111.
The three
whipped April business
negroes -
,mm, in the office At Boston-Philadelphia, 5; Boston representative. The matter will probably
Let 'em contracted 4. be submitted to the people, but confidence. were of this number. Today houses opened at noon today ail

with Jack Johnson come; we to have do fightingand At Cleveland-Chicago 13;> Cleveland one ,of the Volusia members, it is! Dean Spencer will go to the Everglades news reaches this place that the Cairo began to take on normal appearance

we want him smashed our 8. said, flavors ,the Legislature acting early next month and beginthe blacks will attempt to rescue the again. Cairo should be entirely
anyway. work he has mapped out for helping Colemans and Stevens out of
At Washington game with without a .reference to the voters of from jail danger by -the midfe

WEATHER, REPORT.FloridaGenerally New York, rain: the entire State. Representative Tom- the Seminoles. Sheriff Gibbs has summoned a large of the week. ftr"_ "
It: will be, bard season for Mr. of
: fair .Sunday1'' At St Louis-DetroH-St Louii, lin, of, Hfllsborough, is of the opinion a posse deputies to bis assistance to :1)

and Monday. \ : redo theft the bill would pass the'House.Pfttreaitt Spencer in those mosquito fags ated handle the situation. ( F. N. Boardman,'wit/if J 'always' '

swamps,this summer and every loyal the job, has some specE J'fMracthc {

I heart will go with him in.. sympath y; May. Fashion. Books Curtis. & bargains to offer '
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.Political. and Social Science.filed : T Bjedshaw > !
.: 'discover any single cause ford the I I ''4 .
high cost of living. Generally s kr4 -t I :We wish to announce to'oar frieiids,, and the public generally, :

. fog, prices are likely to be upheld or : (that we have formed a partnership under: the : jeW Suits
. go higher; but why this ahould be w : Spring
labove firmjname, for a general :
presents a problem so deep,intricate, : .,
14 ai'pretest so confused that where I '

' experts confess their inability.to'see : Real' Estate and insurance. .... ., : :
r) )( DressesWE
ti daylight, it would' be nonsensical to : I *
grow Dogmatic. It is 'not anyone I burinew.and.are,centrally in,a ground floor,office at No. i
tiling but With that. :
things we
& kafe'here:to'deal many:And breaking'into : 17 8. Change Avenue, (formerly occupied,by Hamilton & Dunn .

ttMl TProbJeui, isPKke i opening a i fe. : t Millinery, wherewe will be pleased to meet:alf our old friends
. Each Numerator counts'in the combif&n I / WE ARE SHOWING A BEAUTIFUL ASSORTMENT OF
;'bet nobody'has''yet given the : lid.to make newjones.OurflUt SILKS AND SATINS, ALL, COLORS, DRESS, GOODS
l %*e Ming ui'to get'at the diffi- : I IN, ALL THE LATEST PATTONS./FOR, OLD, AND
of and property is :
city acreage: surpassed by none,
tally and solve it or know exactly : YOUNG. WHITE CANVAS SHOES. THE DISPLAY

jrhat to expect.Jfl : and we, have some.exceptional, t aigaii i f COMEAND SER Us, I CONTAINS ACCURATE ILLUSTRATIONS OF THESSASQNS
big crowd of factors
a unnecessary :
ti are- at,work., Lack of transportation BEST', jDf] 4TE TEATION3; AND :
'facilities; cumbrous market : Lord. . &|Bradshaw l IWDRTBY'T ATTBNTIO N.'OF; EVERY ORLANDO
Mfefc pikJk'aad;:private waste of t WOMAN. CALL Df Mf: ACQUAINT YOURSELF
' : 17 S. eiAIWE:' AYE. tea Hi :
food-stuffs increase of populationwith ,
; of market dislocation :, "..__ -t.;, :._ _ _ ;;;__ "" _.._.._ __ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ ..'r. j WITH THE HIGH OUR GARMENTS
:shortage supplies ... ';' ....... -.- -.-- - --- - -- -: ..._- ... .-_ ,.. !' AND THE REASONABLE,,PRICES.Bargain. .
as ,between supply 'and demand -
-a glut to-day and scarcity,to-i! :
morrow growing cities and dwindling '. '
farms, and; inability of the farmer.to I: '/ ',' ;-." '.. .. .- . ,' .", ,_. 2 :

to.keep he peace fed-all with these_the by human turn come multitude into :: ; LIGHT THE a, ]Kanner: 's New York '

the reckoning and are denounced as :
1, tf,i,evil omen. 1 ; PATH TO PROSPERITY
t Quite true. Yet the best of remedies, ;
sometimesfail. Were all these disabilities Store '
removed forthwith and the , Merchants,who! use Electric Signs never lose

nad completely cleared" "from profacer : ., their way by choosing the wrong road to SUQtess. .......
f to consumer, we might find ; .1. If,You,Would be Posted be a Daily Visitor to this Store :
!; the "high cost of living" a problem I You simply cannot fail to attract new .' )

1 still bothering us. An uninvited guest customers if you use an Electric Sign. It acts ; j
this ugly giant sits today at the council .
like irresistible all t the
an drawing
We thus forced '
D of nations. are Shannibarrer's for bicycle and .
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=r back upon the thought that the 'in..1; trade within its reach: That is the reason undriea. .I
creased cost is in large,measure command the attention of
they buyers. 1913 lv: odols
result of our changed habits and conditions I .. ;
; -a tax incident to and inseparable 1 .
from the conveniences and luxuries .For Every Store Owner J. R'McKAY, i :
that altogether and as a people CONTRACTOR AND ,
?; have carried us a long way from the No matter how small his, business, the Electric 'btJuJ)1I..ncnai ;. a ( I!,
-% simple life. It is not' an agreeable :-.. i lIi'W ork.Priors' .
is the and
Sign cheapest most effective
conclusion, but we ,must look facts in That Are ai'
L the face. Society divides the extra advertising.Phone . ...K Jle t. c'
: tost, and civilization exacts its toll. for our Sign Designer to call and sub AD Work'(GaaraHteed. ,' :
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Old Jonah was a modest chap I
As ever went to sailin'; No Trouble to Us.--No Expense to You. MOTOCYCLESFour
: He never gave a picture: talk ,
/ On "How I went a-whalin'!" Four H. P. Models $200.00:
.. Seven H. P. Models, $250.00 .
h 't When that great flood o'ertook him, ''n U W T[ & U T [ ELIJAH. HAND .
Old Noah was no bore. Fmeral Director o. R. H1 :n
Be didn't say that he had seen aadBmbalmer

Worse floods than that before. COOK WITH GAS' Hand Block,:Pine St. Phww 55Jlillllllllliiillllllll ORLANDO, FLA. Agent*for Oraige Cmty'i ; ,;

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s is done away with. ;1F i 4E
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p# The.first session of the Sixty-Third by 'ConneCticut, the Thirty- lew ITS A:FAIR PROPOSITION
Congress got under way pro n t1y. sixth State, making three-fourths of
at noon April 7th, in the special sesAon ,
all the States, of the amendment authorizing .
: called by the President The the direct election of Senators TO ASSUME THAT YOU ARE" '
Bouse was called to order, and Champ 'by the people, nothing remainsto
[Park, re-elected Speaker, receiving 'Us ,; ; ,
205 votes, while Representative Mann,
by the Secretary of State as .
Republican, received 111,'Victor, Progressive Eighteenth Amendment to,,the Constitution MONAS, UNDERWEAR. HEADQUARTERSFOR '
18. Speaker Clark's son, .of the United States. ,
Bennet Clark, has been appointedparliamentarian Senator Bristol;Wants decisions of SUPPLIES.McCULLOCH'S. .. 1 1a f 1 1IdW t
to assist his father the 'Supreme Court revised by the; r Electrical Wiring and Motor Work
The President announced that he people, and for this purpose, he has!
Would:: read his message., and resolutions reintroduced his amendment, author- : L E1ICIWCAL. COMPANYARCADE
were passed for; a joint ses- izing Congress 'when the:court ''d& ,
.aion, not however UQtfl ,Senators ,dares: a law 'to,be un-constitutional, e :BUILDING ;:
1/odge and Williams had indulged in. to,,let\the -people vote whether they DEPARTMENT STOREOPPOSITE I CHURCH ST. t
.criticism of the innovation. 'B utr nn- want,the decision of"the court or the 4
Wilson!daunted personally by the criticisB read his, President'message' act Innumerable of Congress.requests'to stand have as the coiae'toCorigsessmea law. POST OFFICE!: ; I , PHONE ,
from, the speaker's rostrum apply -remedies, ,calling, to vote for protectionon tALL CONVINCED : .. ..
Upon Congress to' articles produced by industries in and BE - -
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though to cure their districts, to'which many replies '__ ,/ I
evils. have'been sent the industries'of this "LOWEST PRICES ALWAYS"- 101
.The revival of this old custom of strong enough to do'business The&stis
country are . the Cheapest
Washington and Adams created a \ .h :
; profitably without the aid from I i
great sensation. The ,usual "reading"of the government . : .
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a President's message i'a most 'B the.recent holding! of 'the.Suprem SO GET THE BEST OFPaints 'j
perfunctory and uninteresting per- Court, corporations which have ;F_t ; : II!i , (
:formance. As printed copies of the leased their properties and only receive '
;message have,been furnished to Sen- the rentals, are not "doing bus- My Cost Mark l'sBlack I and, Wall Paper:
ators and Representatives, they pay iness" within the meaning of the: .
,little or no attention to its reading law, and are not subject to the .. i
by the cTeifk. 'TKeTeceptwn'of'Wflson's I ? THE1912; WALL PAPER IN SAMPLES

message was different His law.This means that about a million Nigger IS GRAND, AND, I WILL BE PLEASED 4 .
f presence gave dignity 6 and importanceto .. dollars already collected must be re- TO SHOW THEM. ALL YOU 'HAVE TO ,
<=' the'occasion" .. ;.*nj'the i mesJa a.a s tund'd. DO IS TO TELEPHONE AND I WILL ; s

'.what itQugnt'fq| 'of: the oe''season.anj impressiveinauguration .... ...t i ...... .t. 3'4567890 BRING THE SAMPLE TO YOUR HOllE.'t
The President has' taken .such an A'BEAUTIFUL j r
active part in the new tariff bill in
conjunction with Chairman Uaier- A correspondent describes William '. Jj
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vwood, it has come to be called, the Jennings Bryan's winter "home Heir If you want anything in the Gents' .
:Wilson-Underwood bill. By it, duties Miami as follows:
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will be slashed upon necessaries I. Imagine if you can the crest..of.atweniyfoot Furnishing Line now is the accepted "'>or r '< "
1JfT "'rit Jrs, c oW g7atri 1,I cliff which is'iiie I only .

and practically everything-that enters eminence of the'kind'for many niilesaloTgVfar'ilung'sKb : Time I'I'H
_Into.the ablisb ent'hnd 'mainteh- rl 'SuchVcrest LATEST! STYLES IN SPRING C 'MILLINERY[
ance of the average home /bebg is the'site f'the winter, home:,of the 1 (X.
placed,on';the free list or materially .secretary (;.state. The:sq ;line is :
'reduced- in 'duties. There w f., a! about 'four rods from thee cliff and H ct RK Rn81RTsnII aLaces
loss of about',580,000OOQ'in revenue along i this line substantial seawall ,
ito, the'government.! To make up this is being built Bets en:the waif and Embroideries
deficiency,' the, bill"rovides for an the cliff will 'be planted scrubs 'and l -- < -J- : r-rand
,income tote ptor cent on annual i flowers that grow nowhere else with II c' ..
.earnings,,ex &ing. ($4,000, called "a 1[such: luxuriance and in such beautyas Dress Materials t
normal tax." 'In additjon, on incomes in Florida. On'the tract in which! The estate will be called "Villa I
'from''. O,000'up"a"'surtax") ,of from the :residence is being 'built there i residence,which will be a otate1yon.- Serena." 1
of/Spanish archect--
'one to three per cent is levied. 'grows a*great variety of'su'' -tropical :story< structure"if reinforced concrete. The ,1. ... > ,
In'sdtioa to his iactMUes in pro- verdure,,varying the stately ure, built
; : {front entrance will be from the ocean "The play is also characteristicallyScotch TOES HILTON & mm I{
President Wilson
|pos d legislation, ;; "gumbo-limbo" trees,with trunks that '
'; -- himself in favor of the. side and will lead into an apartmentthat in this respect,"said the critic t
has expressed look as"tb:01:1gh'ey had been varnishJed -
: will be sixiy'feeYlong and twen in referring to_' ..of the
;q.1I IM ill one season's .
and t
open eaucuf to the delicate 'and beautiful wi s- for Corsets '
At each corner of'attractions. "It the ." Agents Barclay
"advocate it. on every occasion.. By I teria. ty-four' !. gets money I,
; the building will'be a tower that,will I
throwing caucuses,, ope 'nto lie the, opportunitt for secret bicter4. -I.find a more'delightful,setting for the: contain a room'n feet square.I, Adrertto in the Sentinel I I
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muck rake., The word trust has :several meanings. The one we refer to means confidence, faith andrer

I ?liance. Without this trust modern business could not ,be;conducts. Our trust _is. yours ,for the asking. .i

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South evidently
A man who had an axe to T

k MOiNDfG AND WIlILy' grind asked why the Sentinel does not When a young evangelist ,
publish the proceedings of the police across the Judean hills preaching repentance 1 .
h Entered at the port os c. at Orlando '"
court and drawing large crowds
V; Borida u Seeoad dan Ian Matter.SUWOOPTION -
To which we reply,'that it is not our day after day, he came across another

RATES I desire to contribute to the misfortunes preacher of wonderful personalityand

of any man.- We feel sorry for power. After watching him a When You Choosea

4 THE DAILY' SENTINEL the poor fellow who is the victim of few days he: saw that he ,was a superior -
toe year ......................$5.00 and If
a depraved appetite, we are sorry man sent from God to proclaim
'P. to Months ................... 2.60 for the'man who on the impulse of the Gospel of Salvation. When this

c 2hree Months................ 125 the moment loses,his temper and en- was understood the prophet of the Gift of Jewelry .

By newt earrkr in Orlando, M .cento per gages in a scrap greatly to his discredit wilderness said.of him: "He must increase j

_11th. Daily and Soadaj.At and discomfort. but I must decrease. Although ,

Orlando Honing Sentinel can to food Parading the weakness and faultsof he had attracted thousands of :' '..,
uk. In Orlando. Cnrita A OTtaft Book men do no good. When a man violates plain, common people and they had '.
aDre.We. the law he should be punishedand 'followed him he exercised self-abne GIFT THAT MUST

will appreciate prompt complaint ifAlirery the punishment should be suitedto gation and yielded the first place to BEAR EVERY TEST OF TIME AND JUDGMENT AND.
' fa not properly made by oar carriers. the offense, and there it should his superior. That was a sublime con. TASTE. WHEN YOU SELECT FROM' THE STOCK OF

'r Adevrtitinc rates wfll te fnrnhted on- ape end.The ception of duty. When one rises to EVANS YOU ARE SECURE. FOR HERE EVERY PIECE,

' jflcatlon. object of the law is to reform that exalted plane he stands on high EVEN THE MEREST TRIFLE-IS CHOSEN BY EXPERTS .
, THE WEEKLY N1'INEL men, and it does not help any man to ground. It is the most difficult' thing
90 year, ky mall po.... paid ........$LNBh advertise that he has trespassed on for a young man just in the beginning J WHOSE KNOWLEDGE AND TASTE HAVE WON

THE SENTINEL. Orlando Florida the laws of the land and put himselfin of his life work to stand aside and RECOGNITION.THE .
.Ace fez, Gout Street, Arcade Bonding
't r- J4L.F. the list of criminals. give place to one of his own age, or BEAUTY, THE STYLE, THE WORKMANSHIP, .

Mayor Reynolds, has shown good even younger, because of superior ARE ALWAS THE BEST.
: SCHUMANN, < Editor. judgment in quietly dealing with offenders ability.It : '
t JOSIAH FERRIS Proprietor. who have come before him, is the case in the family circle. '- EVANS' FAIR AND MODERATE PRICES ARE AS FA- ';

y4 punishing them as he saw they shouldbe The father when in the prime of mature MOUS AS EVANS' BEAUTIFUL AND EXCLUSIVE DESIGNS .

SUNDAY, APRIL, 13TH, 1913. without the blare of trumpets.to manhood does not always gracefully COMPARISON OF VALUES INVITED.T.H.Evansthe '
i throw a police court record yield to his son's knowledge of

r; The helping hand is seldom empty.No around any man or boy is not helpful business affairs. Sometimes the P

o to him, and the man who can mother looks upon a wise daughteras

No man' is born as free and equal handle the police court propositionwith a sort of rival who would supplanther.

z as a hired girL firmness and yet withoutvaunt- That is not always the case, .
o ing the attendant stigma in the face but sometimes it js.

s if We are not making a good use of the unfortunate is the right mann The same thing may be seen in

frD of .what we have, we have too much. the right place. 'professional life. The 'old teacher, a

0 An encouraging word, and a helping little too dry to absorb anything new, JewelerOPPOSITE

k'?' When a young widow gets on a hand, has helped many a man resents the coming of a young man ,

;F Sachelor's trail, it's only a matter of from becoming a confirmed criminal. finely equipped for work, with a quick

toe.--' receptive mind and progressive in POST OFFICE
' : o APRAISEMENT FOR TAXES I thought and work.It .

t Tutkey having had her dance makes is reported that, in some cities EXPERT REPAIRING AND ENGRAVING.

ID -awful fact over having to pay That rule which permits speculators the medical brethren look with envy

tftei fiddler and railroad companies to hpld on a newcomer, especially a young

o large tracts of land comparativelyfree man of fine traning and marked ability .

Late Bud and his wife have quit from taxation, because of a nom i as one not to be tolerated. They

ard1n' and will furnish their own lush appraisement, while the man of 'cannot feel that he is greater than

' .JI'U"'". small means and Industrious habits they are and that he must increase

o who buys a mull tract of land and while they decrease.

'would spoil nine people out oi f Improves it, thereby increasing the It is most difficult for the old officeholder SILK STOCKINGS

sew to let them have their way for' value of the land held for specula to give way to younger and

a month. live purposes, is taxed to the limiton better prepared men. Ten years i in

o a higher appraisement, is wrong office makes one feel that the office

The man who is too poor to take In principle. Every acre of land in belongs to him and that there is none

4 newspaper invariably hat one or Florida held by speculators should be greater and wiser and better qualified

' too dogs. assessed at its actual value and- the for work than he is. That failure on

}; -o property of every corporation shouldbe the part of weak or old men to recognize -

a' A baby's first tooth doesnt attractuuch assessed at its real value and then merit in younger ones causes bitterness For Day

attention unless it is also the there would be burdens on none, and and sorrow. It requires a

first baby. Florida, city, county and state securities patriot and philosopher to give way to
would rise in value others fully for and
o m- by leaps qualified the work t
s When saloonkeepers begin to tall and bounds. they are weakly attenmpting to do.

temperance, there is generally someAing There are" thousands of acres of There are many,old ministers of the .
brewing. land in Florida that are paying practically Gospel who do not gracefully yield to EveningWear
o no tax. The appraisement of younger men. They manifest ,thejr

Orange county growers and farmers railroad trackage, railroad rolling disappointment in various Ways.: In

lave been under the smile of god< stock, Pullman car compaines, Express studying the divine precepts ''they .

s. fortune this year. companies, Telephone and Telegraph have never learned that some must increase -

o companies, are treated as a while other decrease.

1. If you are jealous of the other i elWs joke by financiers who know how such

>> success the chances are you are appraisementa are made in other CUBAN MAYOR ASSASSINATED

t little man in comparison. states. -

0- These matters have been managedby Havana, April 12.-Ceferino A Our Personal guarantees

D A skinny girl is always weighing politicians for so many years that Mendez,tbe newly-elected conserve

f lertelf"and hoping, but you cant get the present generation is groaning .i tive mayor of the city of 1 -

t fat girl near a pair of scales.r under the burden. I in the province of Santa Clara, was Accompanies Every Pair

: o These appraisementa rightly adjusted assassinated,last night A group of

/.single man has to roam' around< will bring improvements ,.and men waylaid him in the street while

when he wants ,to find trouble, but increase. values more rapidly andmore he was on his way home, and riddlhim

..m*rried man can always go h me.o safely than any other method with bullets. Marion B. Ives
. j and beside will be just and fair to all The motive of the assassination i

men. known to have been political Bendez
No man .can live outside the law a ,
Sod, for he carries it within himself."He having incurred the bitter enmity oi t

that sinneth against Me wrong- .Some men place the same estimate the defeated Liberals. at the time oi f

t- rth his own lOul." upon the home that the pig places the election. EXCLUSIVE MILLINERY

i e o 1 upon the stye. It. is a place to eat Six suspected men have been arrested PARLORS

- Farmers will let enough tomatoes and grant in connection with the crime. ,

and cabbage go to waste in Florida o Fears are entertained that the mar

Airing the next two months, to pay It is said that certain man in Orlando der will be the beginning of a bloody Second Floor .
who is inclined feud between the Conservatives and ,
a'special road tax for five years.A musically and
o whose wife is rather loquacious, is Liberals.

more often heard "I love
singing, you
headline : "Wife sold for
says Still" than any other composition. But how will Forrest Lake square
.7,000" There is many ,a woman LUCERNE THEATRE MONDAY.
- -- . himself even though the Harney Moth
'- fttt has sold herself for much Ie sa"n -
It is a safe guess that Senator Don- does lay the egg?
..r, that when she became a wife Three Reels. .
egan will not enjoy his strawberriesand ? o
o : "The Lost Deed" Edison-a
y cream, and Sanford dope mixture. Its beginning to look as if the time very COMPUTE
Harold: You want to know what has nearly arrived for interesting drama.
will wish
Donegan he had played a President
> wear to the theater? Wlt1 utknowing "Pharo's Godchild Vita grapha STOCK
different! card. The one he had up his Huerta to take the high dive. It ,
moral lesson. Comedydrama."The .
anything about the state of
sleeve got him into trouble. o OP
jour wardrobe, 'we woud suggest a I o We search in vain the dispatchesto One Good Turn,"Vita grapha. -
eat and a pelt of pants, at least the old story goes, One good turn
Westward Ho! is no longer the learn of the fate of that splendid<
deserves another moth.
portraying a
o watchword. It is Southward go. Mexican patriot, General De la 0. ;
who sacrifices her life for that
i Gardeners and farmers have mat Farmers of the middle west and lumbermen o
k, _IOn to be thankful for the propit of the great northwest are A woman out in Michigan Insists of a princess, ending with a very Spring
beautiful climax her child
tot season that has yielded them a flocking to the South. The great on making all of the arrangements rewiring _
the just reward. This film brings
h: krge winter crop and, promises a southland is about to come into its for her own obsequies. Well, Upwa
summer Florence Tuner, the popularstar Styles
lountiful spring and crop. own. her funeral.
actress to the front
kj. o o o Remember the matinee at 3:30 to
Tlorida needs a law dealing with the One of the greatest needs of FlorIda Common "round oranges" are now
5 m. Five and ten cents.
r >,oxious weeds that grow along the is the development and improve- averaging $1,000 per car, and the I
f Ughways. Property owners should ment of'her navagable streams. No late varieties which are just begin. .
Schumann of Waterloo
JohnJ. formerly
le compelled to cut such before they state in the Union has so many nava ning to go to market are bringingas FASHIONABLE
," now editor of The South
.fo .to seed, and failing in this, the gable streams and these should be put high as $1,800 per car.
Florida Sentinel, published at Orlando ANDPICOMING
c county should"do it and assess i it in condition for navagation by larger o
Fla. The established in
i i i paper
i against the'land a*taxes. boats. Those who think the are
oranges 1885, and has the appearance of beinga
o o all out of the country will be'surprised live wire. It speaks "right out in
There area unmber of road bills The politicians of Florida have frit- to learn that the Citrus1 I Exchange meetin" for and
Orlando, one might
Wore the legislature and the great tered away enough of the rich landsof alone has paid out $15,000 conclude that this place was the long
l-i.r danger right'now is that some com I Florida to railroad companies and during the past thirty days to the lost Garden of Eden of the olden time, '
speculators, which if sold at regular of fruit '
iromise bill 'will be passed that will growers Anyway, the editor of The Sentinel
large with but indiffer prices would have built good roads o
sorry expense belongs to that class which do things
tnt results to the roads. A statewide all over the state. Senator Hats
Donegan is very much like and we wish him success.-Waterloo,
road law is needed. o the man who sawed the limb off be- Indo, Press. cLfiBrown
9 o professional politician who tween himself and the trunk of the

t Florida needs a number of colstorage < pours soft words into your ear: writes :tree. But then the peat beds of San- If a man is successful, that gives
fine letters to you and in the '
plants to take care of her gentle ford will be. an easy place for him him license to talk. But it doesn't
spring time sends a package of .
surplus fruits and vegetables during you to light. i i.necessarily endow him with the faculty
garden seeds, is not losing sleep
tie glutted season that they may 0 r of saying anything,, worth while.
for you or yours. Just keep ;
{ the market when most you The &
yt them on agricultural department haying -
r' your eye on him, his words are madeto Lartigue
If desires to talk until he
seeded. Orlando'eoald'do themselves order. recommended guina pigs as a table a man

&& good service and save.the farmers delicacy, we infer they are,going is through without,being interruptedhe -

many dollars by Installing a coldMorage r to do a. little experimenting on must own a minstrel show and
Subscribe,for the SentineL do in the.olio **
plant. the general public. a monologue .



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IffUWUYOUfcWe NOW IN THE MATTER OF pairs for $1.00 that we thinkare

HOSIERYWe very fine. Others think so

have what we consider the too, from the amount we are

best line of Hosiery that moneycan selling. Three colors, Black,

White and Tan. Ask to see
buy, and our customers area
unit in declaring that they

never bought such good hose for-

Well, Yes We have the nicest
price. We are just a little

I \ have just received a nice line of Shoes for,Men, Wo proud of this, and try a little line you ever saw and the

men and Children and feel that we can give you some extra price is only $1.00 and $1.25.

values in the Shoe Line, if you will only makeyourwantsknown harder 'this season than usualto

I We carry the famous "SOROSIS" line_of.shoes for Women, make the line the VERY We have them ,in Ginghams, ;

as well as the "QUEEN QUALITY" line, and in the Mens BEST. We have all Linens, Percales, and novelty

goods, we have a line of shoes that are made specially to order colors, in goods, and in all the best shades.

for us, and we KNOW they are right, and we stand back of both Silk and Lisle, for men or

every pair we sell of them. If they do'not give perfectly satisfactory women, and we also carry a,nice Since these goods came in, our

I. wear, we will make them good to you. No exceptions customers have been buying
on this line of "BOARDMAN" shoes, and there are no strings of Lisle Hose with very fine from
to five of
tied to the guarantee, you don't have to send them back to the ribs, for Girls. them as theyare

v'' makers and the such extra values that '
prepay express charges. Just. simply bring We also have they
a "special" in
0 them to us, and we will satisfy you. can not resist the temptation to

0 Ladies Silk Hose, at 35c or threea
buy, just look for yourself.


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Miss Fannie B. Cox has returned to Mr. and Mrs. Robert T. Leer have SUNDAY MUSINGS

her home in. returned to their home at Eastport, millionares dub and you have the Scutari having been captured, every

'WADE t Atlanta..r Conn. the political situation in America. Montenegrin grips. Say it fast.

THE TUNER I his There is no human estate or con- When men' learn that real enjoyment -
Mr. James ,Nixon has gone to -
ORLANDO. FLA. home in PhiHipsburg, Pa. Mr." and Mrs. D. B. Schroce have dition around which gathers so much is not in public life where his Only a few days more and the Mex
that is fallacious 'in glory and fic name is public property and that the t
lean and
gone to Washington, D. C., for the outfits will get the
tious in value as around that office should seek the
position man rather than hook.
Mr. H. H. Shann, of New. Orleans, summer.' .
several and condition denominated "p b- the man the office, will there come a 4
is in the city for days stay. -.
< Rev. J. W. Murphy of Taft, was in lic life" better condition of affairs in societyand
I f Mr. A. A. Carmack, after spending And now it hands across the west '
To be exalted
Orlando to
Jesterdar.t public office in politics.
1 I John A. Whitner, Jr., of Jacksonville several days in the city, left for ern'sea. Uncle Sam is going to
any capacity, to be observed of a city, ,It is a mistaken notion that pleasure '
is spending Sunday in Orlando. Manatee. recognize the new
,.. Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Smith, of i I county, state or nation, to be sought and greatness lies in public of Chinese republic.

Colorado. Springs are in the city for I and honored by public assemblages, fice. Believe it not. Private life is the
Hon. Joseph J Jones was attending Mr. E, L Riddle, of Savannah, Ian Ne 1NOKcport
a day or two. to be known and.recognized by the real life, the only life. You, who have }
circuit court in DeLand yesterday and over Sunday guest at the'popular ef the Cnfitta ef
Juan. public press this seems to be the happy homes who have served honestly -
Mr. J.train E. Buxton left on the noon i .. chiefest aim of some men's lives, and the public and then retired to pri NATIONAL BANK
at Oriaade
yesterday for St. Paul, Minn., even the great multitude whose for- vate life know that I state a fact. ,
I N. Merrill, is one oft.the Jack I Mr. M.W. Harris, of Montgomery, In the State of Florida. at the dole of bust
to visit his daughter; Mrs. .W ells. tunes are cast in private life, come When a man wants rest and recreation ness' April 4th 1911.
i in
sonville representatives: Sunday was transacting business in
r I Orlando. Orlando yesterday. to look at that as the most desirablethe does he go to the public high Loans and Discounts Jtaeucea...II........$ 129.841U
Mr. and Mrs J. H. Hommendun,: most enviable, thing in all the way where the crowds pass by, and Overdrafts roared and unsecured 22.71 ;
who have spent an enjoyable winter: >M 'fe world, and they stand ever ready to pitch his tent,' or does he seek U.Premiums S. Bonds to secure circulation.. 17,600.00
Tues Miss Clara some on U. S. Bonds ...... S7.59
and has
They 141 Ranch tomorrow Kelley adieuto
in Orlando, have started for their,, exchange positions. quiet retreat, in the woodland echo? Bonds Securities etc ........... .000.99
day at the Favorite will be interesting Orlando friends for the season and Banking house, Furniture and Fix
New Jersey home. If men's bodies were made of glass, Does he buy a privilege to sit by the .tures ................II II.II.. 5.69S.41 ;.
and a house'packer.. |returned to Washington, D. C. and their'hearts Due from National Banks (not reserve "
t were open books that monument at the state ar national agents) II....II.......II so.4os.es
Mr. Reuben 'Helfrich and wife" of we might read the se rets of theirbosoms capitol, where people Due from State and Private Banks
: may gaze, or
I r I
Mr. B. N. Hettredge, of Boston and Bankers Trust Companies .
Allentown, Pay who hay been in i Mr. and Mrs. T. P. Ammerman, we. would find that nine out does he seek the green fields and running and Savings Banks ........II.. 13.04 rt
the for who have. spent the winter in this having spent an enjoyable winter in of every ten men in public life brooks? Does he Due from approved Reserve Agents 27.S4S.7S '
city several months, started < are seek a seat in Checks and other Cash Items ...
Orlando'left 4.02161S.E20.M
I for the north
homeward yesterday. locality left for their home in Connecticut last.nightI disappointed and chagrined with public the dress circle of the great metro- Notes of other National Banb ...

I I I yesterday.. I 1\tJ.. life, and find there a longing for polotan theaters, or does he' retire to Fractional}and Cents Paper.....Currency....... Nickels II.. 1.J26.M
Scott of Houston Texas is
Lawful Bank
Judge James A. Walton 'of Wor- the peace and quietude of private life. the mountain side, where he live Money Reserve in vii:
looking over Orange and is may Specie .............II 15,045.60 .
tester, Mass., returning northward Mr W. D. Forrest, of,Clay Center There is such a f cination about close to nature and natures God? I Legal-tender notes .... 1.98000 7,025(9
:very favorably'impressed with Or Due from U. S. Treasurer .......
.from Tampa, stopped off fit brlandV Kt-"I'Tn' e __-1i" l the game of politics, such an 'alluring In the sober momenta of life, when Expense v...............,II..:.. 1.467.SI In."
: lando. Total ......... ............ s
yesterday to see the city. fully 'investigating ,conditions with pleasure about the public gaze, the body is tired, and the soul is Liabilities> 2S4.107.7S

a view to locating here. Jaekson-Mt.; 'that men who once engage in the weary; in the days of approachingsunset Capital stock paid in ............I 50.000.90
I I W. P. Vernon, Ohio, Surplus fund ...II............It. 10,000.00
Mr. Oscar Thomas'of Wyoming is I game, are like men who sit down to when he finds his feet slipping, National Bank Notes outstanding 16,400.00 -
is stopping a few days in the city, before
in the city, and will complete while The Orlando Business College has taking his departure for the the gaming table-they become helpless the days when the mind is a little Demand Individual certificates deposits subject of deposit to check.... lS4.510.tS 25.00

here the purchase of a tract of land an enrollment 'now of thirty seven n I victims. treacherous, and1 the nerves a little Time certificates of deposit ....... 20.05MI "
; north. Certified checks ................. 711.44
The desire for for ,
near Taft for general farming. students. A good showing for an institution : power, positionand unreliable, who are the companionsthen I Cashiers checks outstanding ..... 2,400,24

.-.,...- only in its first yw. I Mrs. C. E. -Brown after having for applause is born in every sought after? Surely not the State Total of Florida.....:...County.......of....Orange.... 2S4.107.7S ass

Mr. Joseph Guernsey is advertis -, I! breast and demonstrates a universalappetite. wily politician with whom he has I.| J, Chas. P. Dow Cashier of the abovenJbed -
the winter
in this
spent pleasantly
ing a great reduction sale preparatoryto Mr. 0,. W. Connor, of Tangerine,!i city, returned to her home in Johns- And, this condition of affairs traded and trafficed for low, so many,statement bank is true do solemnly to the best swear of that my knowledge the above

vacating the building which is to i' is not confined,,to men alone. years. He seeks the sweet inspiring and belief
made a visit to the city Friday, taking town, Pa., yesterday. CHAS. P. DOW 9
give. place to the new structure. his daughter Miss Lillian, who is''I Women are quite as proae to it amen s hand of the ,children, flesh of his flesh Cu ier.
but ,are a little more orderly! and -Attest:
bone of his bone to lead him
a student of the, Cathederal School,I Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Alcorn and I S. Y. WAY

All.members of the Methodist Ba- home for the week end. I daughter, Miss Arlone, who have about, their methods., i I along the paths that have grown uncertain J.BENJ.C. PATTERSON.DREW, Directors.
In this ambition for public service, to him. He reaches for the Subscribed and '
raca Class are especially urged to be been 'guests in the city for several sworn to before me this llth
if one be guided by the noble day of April, 1915.
impulse r
hand of her whom he has
present this morning as a im have returned to their homein neglectedin MARY J. SMITH
very Prof. L E. Garrett,'manager of,the weeks, '
of serving instead of self
,his ambition for public and Notary Public.
matter is to be discuaaed. gaze
Business has New York.
College, moved .
priando .! there is evidence of real greatnessworthy I I he cries out for the help and comfort

his family from Atlanta, Ga., to Or -- ,of recognition. If, however, of Him alone who NOTICE
Mr. P. W. the hustling :I I'I'Mra.. Lydia Clark be the cham- i i can guide him ---
Shanibarger, lando, and they are residing at Mr. may the moving motive is self gratification :through the dark and uncertain valley : Of Applkstio far Tax Deed Under Seetfea '
'proprietor of Bears Head bananaand' Hovey's home on West St. pion woodchopper of the region about and self S ef Chapter 4MB Laws ef FUrle
glorification which !
( he is entering. Notice is
I I hereby given that Wiley C. Coker
t' Hanover but what ,
plant farm at Pine Castle was in Mass we would
too often is the purchaser of Tax Certificate No. ,
sadly case ) the world To the busy man, to the 1049 dated i
Orlando yesterday transacting bualDell. :[like to know whether her husband I politician,I' the 4th day of Nov. A. D. 1895, has filed sail
J. G. Comstock'of St. Paul, Minn.,' is made to suffer by the endulgence of I.to the men of selfish purpose I appeal Certificate in my office and has made application
the for few He !still has to saw wood. for Tax Deed to issue in accordance
is in city a days. i those ambitions and aims in life. .for a few moments of sober with law Said Certificate embraces the following -

has been at St. Petersburg during the I I r It is a fact too sadly true that the thought for your own good. described property situated in Orange

Hon. Bob Hyer came home from winter. This is his first visit to Orlando . The Inauguration at .the Lucerne lowest morals prevail: in public life.This County. Florida to-wit:
W14 of NE", of SW 4, Sec. Z%. Tp. 21, R.
Tallahassee last evening. He did arid he is agreeably surprised :[last night drew a large house and condition- of, affairs, is due directly s.nE. S

not like the complexion of things up to find so much and such a substantial everybody who attended were greatly to the fact that every office Mr. Joseph H. Jones returned a of The the said issuance land being of such assessed certificate at the in date the

there and consequently turned his city here. pleased with the pictures. Mr.' Ma- from the lowest to the highest,. are few days ago from an extended tripto name Unless of! First said Nat.Certificate Bank Orlando.shall be redeemed ;

free homeward. gruder is giving splendid entertain- filled by men who were direct seekers Washington D. C. according to law Tax Deed will issue thereonon
the 14th day of JIa,. A. D. 1911 "
r Mrs. John Dozier will return homey ments. after the office, and who gave up The White House bird says that Witness! my official signature! and seal this
William ter in bet-I' there was politics mixed with Mr.i the 12th day of April. A. D. 1918.
Bradley and James Conell tomorrow: from Orlando accompanied paying positions private B. >L ROBINSON,
two of North Dakota's progressive by her daughter, Mrs. Sylvan Mc- Miss Ethel Overstreet, of Eustis, order to take public office-and in thrace e Jones visit to the CapitolMr. Clerk Circuit Court Orange County Fla.
and Miss Helen Canning, of- Kissim- By M. A. HOWARD. D. C.
farmers have purchased land in Orange Elroy and young son. It' will, be for the office methods ,are employed (SEAL)

county on which to plant orange Master McElroy's first visit to his mee, are spending today in their home that are nothing short of George Colton after spending

groves. These men will grow wheatin mother's former home and he will town, but expect to return tomorrowto criminal, and to take away political a pleasant winter in Orlando, leaves NOTICE TO CREDITORS

the and resume their studies at the Cathe- would land the in the la Crart ef the Cranty Judge, State ef Flub
summer oranges in winter.A find a most cordial welcome awaiting deral School protection men today for Medina, N. Y. Mr. Han I idat

very good arrangement him.-Ooala Banner. t penitentiary. Many men' ,in high Witney with him These In re Estate of George W. Wright
I goes men To all Creditors, Legatees, Distributees and
maintain code of morals
places a as have the all Persons
winter in Claims
enjoyed Orlandoand having or Demand
The Inn at Winter Park closes tomorrow
i low and as vicious'as, the ChineseBoxer. against said Estate:
iJIIMIIIIIMMIilllimillitlllilllliiillMlilillllFOR and Mr. Foley, the owner of have made many friends who willbe You. and each of you are hereby notified
glad to know that they will and required to present any claim and demands
this and the New Seminole, leavesin The ambition for office for private :, which you or either of yon may have
with the birds next fall The against the estate of Geo. W. Wright, deceased
few for his
a days Michigan is and late of ,
purposes, a mean contemptable County Florida, to
.) Thus Winter Park will be .left with- and who indulgesit Weekly Sentinel will carry the Orlando the undersigned Administrator of said estate c
i one no man within one year from the date hereof.
to them
budget the
out a hotel for several months.W. long will command respect from sum Dated April 19 A. D. 191$. (
his fellows. 4-12-8 Adminktrator.

D. Simons of Toledo, Ohio, who The cowardice and selfishness of 4a

has purchased a 40-acre tract of land politicians are wihout a paralell in

COOL COMFORT west of the city is prpoposing to establish any other walk in life-the shameful ,
: :.. C ,
a poultry farm. He to ..
- seems devotion to private' interests of men
be an expert in the business and no found
who have their into legis-
White Serge, Palm Beach and doubt will make success., lative bodies is a fair demonstrationof SERVED FREE

]Mohair Suits. Swell line
this fact Why does a man who is

,it Flannel TrousersSCRUGGS There are still a number of winter i president of banks, manager of mills 3

guests in the city who will remain I I
and plantations the of
> Maxwell
:- &: DICKSON -House
until the close of school Orlando'ssplendid more wealth than he knows what to I

The Mart. Outfitters schools are the means of do with, and obtained by methods that k

keeping many good people here dur the public well question, leave! t -
Heas. if Hart Irtaftir ** Man CUtthg I
ing,the school year. his large private interests for a term ; Blend

.. ...,. t of days to go to the' state or national
> ,, ... : number of
.. . \ From the swaggering legislature?

advertisements of booze during the Does any man believe that it is due

.. . ..F- past few days it is fair to presumethat to a burning desire to serve his people THE' WORLD'S BEST COFFEEAT
l I somebody is violating' the law,. ? 'A careful analysis of his every

::: : :, : and should be'presented with a.striped -I move will show: that selfishness and -
'.' ?F'r \ ; suit and a ninety day job on 'the selfish 'interests is what promotedhim

> road. to seek this office'of small salary The Pure Food Store '

Follow ,this rule through theUnited

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Miami THE PUCES ,Of'wORSIIIr .. i.h ;' HtMllintlMMIMfMIH
( Metropolis e) .

In 'ejery"'church in' Miami tomorrow =t.. < e*

i ",TOOY lte .... -
: there will .be men whose hearts b11'bnt !- '+ > : 4 ,
will !: stirred; FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH. to Cuamy column.BooslSH i..: -
be to consciousness of
r 7.v jof fire: JineSp:or *-ap-
unperformed duties, ,wasted -energies Griffin : pnuMMy >0',woMi--oaet, s. & Y ,
'Rev. Dr. of Gainesville Fla.:
:and disobedience. the'laws:of God: ojflts; thee t BeI,60t1: ; oas week
in church in Miami tomorrow will preach both morning and evening ([six WJ'and tone weekly editions)'
sermons fLOO; one month, fS...
there will be men, who endorse every

',A" f good' thought, expressed by the Morning service 'at 11. BUY t lot,in Thornton fafc, a nice

earnest speakers in .the pulpits: and Sunday 'school at 9:30, Otto Link, suburb in east part of the city: Carl .

who will find themselves, forming, resolutions Superintendent Jensen.
x .
B. Y. P. U. at 6:30.. Young people ,
lake hand in making Miami .
to a OAK HILL is the beautiful subdivision

'r' '/a :cleaner: city. But ibis ,happens are especially urged to be present at to the Northeast of the city and .

Sunday Monday brings the young people's meeting. I[ still.,have some.'choice lots there.
every ,
/ Evening .service, at 7:30. Everybody ,Carl Jensen ,
the everyday suit of .clothes his

"otherhat"- and under 'that hat are .wel oni 'Strangers especially. Wanted I books me '

.vastly.. different; thoughts: 'from those etc. Shan ger'Fie' ., Reads g FOB SALE
Church Room' and
Presbyterian Library.. 4-3 'd3t-wlt :
J that,.accompanied. the Sabbath bene- . . :
Bev. Dr. Jno. W. Stagg, pastor.Sanday'Schooltat'9:45 'e' .
elit'tion. WANn;ppoaltlon; as, manager, .
a, m, W. B, caretaker .and collector :for, non ,
'Monday, finds him "too easy" to :
: ,
. . . .
resident of ,1. ; f Ir
O'Neal, superintendentServices property owners. .BY'DaJ1 :
with vice crusade "too busy" !
bother a ; -
: experience who can Vive it'close at
at 11 and 7:30 m. 1
a. m. p.
to l lend, a little aid in the furtherance tention. Address. Collector, Sentinel

of a campaign' for 'rWorm: Morning Sermon "Men vs. Sheep. I I 4-, : ,
Sermon "Laughter inI the .
and..Monday evening finds him:tn the Evening \ ,
Face the He rt." WANTED-Old Minion resflrered I
Sackcloth on ,
need of the same sort of recreationthat
Junior Endeavor,at 3:00 m. mating them u good u new. New : .
has marked his Monday nightsfor p. -.
one made to order by the latest Improved I

ever so long. Senior Endeavor at 6:30 p. m. French process and damn I r ,

meeting, Wednesday at 7:30 proof r batJdnr-pnt' then.BOiUl noSebil1 .
Prayer on '
x Tuesday morning, Sunday ideals : .
and address to H. A.Jtotton .
p. m. name .1 ,.
are u far away as if he had never "Seats free. Special'music. A cordial and I will call and Uk your I 'J - -."...- ". -, ---' -. .-- ''- :..

known them.; This day, he can ever j jf to'visitors' strangers order, K Mar22-lm I .
invitation and
joke'.atittle: bit with "the fellow w'hoI J
to worship with us. foR 'SALE-New eVen- +oon';house, ,
account' .
BeN 'reasoA'for north"in iri
: with jffl modern improvements.
$ 'debauchery or who Di v '. Wfll Uk automoSDt '' Run miles
r \iyely ST. LUKE'S 'CATHEDRAL. $3,000. Sent 6,000; perfect con
eC description of a "boozy" 'girl- pat; care ,

his Monday hat is even cocked a''
t Third Sunday after Easter. FOR SALE-About: 'four' acres, *96'

triftY 'sh5w his festive 'interest In Sunday school,9:3 91 a. m. trees seven years old; on lake Adair dition. Car complete not a defect.

I worldly,things.Wednesday ten minutes walk from Orange avenueon ,
Morning prayer 10:30Celebration ,.. Apopka road. 'See
he is still "busy"-on >> owner on prem r

of Holy Communion ises. ,Sam M..Cooley: 10lwk'For' Am Orlando. Must E ells
this day he can even be a bit bruspue andsermon 1. leaving

with the individual who timorously '; .
For Exchange (
Evening 5 tr ale
:k ,trying: to recall I the aima'of Sunday. prayer' p. ueroage or oWler'prorn/1. 't.::

He "feels decidedly sure" that he is I .,There.,will; be no early .service. Oranw or Lake.Counties, for 'four
.,toot the one to interfere! with the Bev. Albert Cary-Elves will official dwellings,.in,RtUburth,.Pa. Houses ., w.. "t.. .. ... - r :.
|jn the morning."P'f *.,, Hnglng goodbe rent All modern btu '1',:'
business ..if he
We: interest. What ,mgi handled.separate. if.. de- ,.
,evidence *" ** v I '
aired. ,
fcasvtu means of (securing .if

concerning law violations, why,should EMMANUEL BAPTIST CHURCH. Address F.JOSEPH RAEHN, I .
lmo.17-17 Orlando.Fla.LOSTDiamondhorsishoe ..
Ae.jnix-.np in-it-Or. sometimes,-the i .
,Rev Preston Boyd,has accepted the .
.A Wednesday talk;is simply a whining call" ; as pastor and will conduct, the pin. Finder ": ... : "-- r,. no. r. '.. r 0 :"1 .. .; .. .' > .' "j,'.
confession!of :inefficiency and "tied ) ease return"to San Juan Hotel .
services, in ,the Tea and Rest room .. .
bande".that.keep him from meddlingwith and claim reward. 9-4t : .
: .r ': .
on Orange, avenue. .. I -
r Tr 41 4 Wi i1Wai.i. .
institutions.and law violations uhMA : p. !

;; and sometimes, hit is ,no, worse than Sunday school at 9:45., ,WANTED' =:Young 'lady 'to act as . .
Prayer service Wednesday even book) keeper and saleslady.'Reter-
that he can to, prayer meeting t '
s go
r ing at 7:30.. enee'requirieJ. Apply Singer, Sewing I .
Wednesday',night and,show the ,en Machine Co. .
Every member of the church should .., h.. t .
tire world that I his noughts are fixed SEE
and 'the : : .
on:-"higher things. be present Sunday give new business partner in 'a ,
pastor ,a.glad welcome. manufacturing business with"wellestablished i

: Thursday," Friday, SaturdAythencomes The public invited to all the ser- trade., :Need more/capitaland.

another Sabbath ,day;, 'dean .'will take partner. or,wfll:make a

clothes, wife;Jn, a .new, hat,: children vices.. stock ..company" with $15,000' toy$20,- took Automobile Co..j'
o to date and in
ocapitaLPlant'up .
in' and frocks Sunday .
spick- -span a good '
Methodist excellent condition. Address Manufacturer

dinner waiting., And. then, .even in care of Sentinel tf -.
J,.E. Wray Pastoiv .. .
the Sunday dinner; will, be forgotten OrIadOfl'orida
: -' '
Sunday School, :9:45 a. m., C. E. : '
under the eloquent pleas of the 'men Howard tenden .:For, Sale-Nev modern. residence: ,

on the church rostrums who are'say 'lUperi six, rooms and bath .on Summerlin Z1Saj1aiLL 10 Jj (:. .i) .to a
"The Wreck of the'Tita ie, April 14 avenue: Will sacrifice for quick sale.
the that true
ing things are saying
1912; Ocean's.Greatest Tragedy," the Apply 806 ,North Orange avenue.' >0'"'' '.. .
the things that every man knowrf
subject of pastor's sermon at 11 a. m. 4et .7n 6:o .,._ I It'..' .J a.. ..'-_;..w.YdsOscar i
must! figure in the final ,count when .
r Music,. "How Firm .a Foundation" FOR BENT-Furnished, my cottage NOTICI or INTENTION TO APPLY"ro1
the bookkeeper up yonder makes up' Brackett on Lucerne Circle. Jas. A. Khox. UTTEEBglTtn' rATf NT'Nobs ...

His ,balance,sheetM0nceaweek Epworth' League, 6:30, H. A. Hof- -, ,: I
", reformers" we, have FOR BENT-Three,'suits_ of rooms, II 1aa ". 'that'wt the,underluted Hand&Son OAKLAND'TEAT
President. 'of the THE
man, .,will apply to the Governor I .. ,
f.. styled them, and, we affirm that Miami . Socialism and the Golden Rule" the one furnished, two unfurnished. State of Florid at Tallahaiatt'OB:tht Ntee- '
has enough of them to make this Rent from April to October, or,by the teenth day of April A. D. IWf for Letters
Pastor's subject at night. year. Inquire, 105 E. Pine St. 1 -3t Patent Incorporating THE PIERCE ELECTRIC ,
k the cleanest and most creditable city CO. under the following proposed char
Music "Still ,With Thee" Nevin. of.whjeh b,BOW on Alt in '
ter.the original
in. the, land, if, every day could be Male with obligatto by .Wanted-The public to know that the offlct tht'Secretary of State of.the Successors to EL Hand THE: 'CAR
Sunday for a month or so. If'nln the Keystone, Hotel under the new uid,State of Florida ,
Mr. Waldron "Rock of Ages" Lang- WitncM our nsmee'tbb' 14th day .of March; .
management will be kept all :
and women here could be attracted open A. D. 1811. .i : FULL LINE OF COMPLETE EVERYBODY
summer and reduced rates Will be
,;.: F. M. BARKER '
from their both the HOUSE FURNISHINGS *
own concerns don.Prayer '
Meeting Wednesday, 7:30. made during the summer season. F. H. WILLIAMS
petty concerns and those on which I 4-8 3t, Mrs, Ethel. McMakin. EARL.Y-MAYER ISTALPJG
A cordial invitatiov to everybody. ,.JESSEHOOK..
they are at present staking, their E. S. PIERCE. I

;A ,;souls-and this for,an.unbroken per. Visitors warm'welcome.and strangers. will receive a LOST-or misplaced, a Single Entry WILBUR. Attorney L.for TILDEN Incorporates., COMB IN AND SEE US: ABOUT

.ion of a ,month or_ six weeks, Miami ledger. Return to Bock's Bakery and ARTICLES INCORPORATION OF THE
receive reward. It PIERCE ELECTRIC CO.: .
would, come' out of the experience a .We, the'udenigned 'bcorporaton,"'hereby I ASK FOR DEMONSTRATION

renovated town, harboring even few Memorial Christadelphian Service 10:30 a. m. WANTED-Position. chaffeur. Can anociate of! forming onntlT a corporation together for for profit the under purpose the .

-of the germs of vice and certainly do repairing, sober and ,reliable. Or lam of the State of.Florida, and to that SEE
Lecture 7:30 m., Subject, "The i the following:
of their incubators and brood- p. will accept position at any kind of end do adopt :
none . Bible.Versus a Supernatural, Immortal honorable''work. Address P. 0. Box PROPOSED.1 CHARTER, L I. Mustard

4 en. Devil" 281. City. 4-13-2t The name of the Corporation) haD he. THE; , MAGRUDERWELCOME
'Not but what the Metropolis feels'I P ELECTRIC CO.' and U* principal .
Christadelphian Hall, Davis &,Me- 'The Sot..., haD be'ORLANDO, FLORIDA -
that forceful delivered baseball rules see into be fairly ClUtettBlST
n sure "every; sermon r but the company may ertabtoh branch
Neill Block.
"' in Miami makes lasting im satisfactory in other respects, but for I item for the conduct or the extention of iU .
all. w& other points in the State u
A cordial welcome to business at
3 ,pression for good, but 'it is so noticeable the benefit of :those' who seek to in- its Director my determine. Manicure, Pedicure, Shampoo
that words alone or Sunday ,Catholic Services, terpret them they should be 'translated "gtntnl eaten n.Tht of..the, .alas. ball be Face and Scalp Massage. I f

's reflections alons do nothing toward I into English. to transact and carry on a General'Electrical -
Sunday School, at 9:10 a. m. Buslneu consisting of all branches of era Parlor over Dlckson & 'Ires store TO
,correcting, existant evils. If tomor- Mass'10:00 a. m.Benediction i trlcal -contracting and dealing lither by

:: .row a dozen men in each church and Rosary 7:30 p. m Inspect.Shannibarger big stock of wholtule and supplies or", and retell such In other electrical lines materials of merehandist corner Orange and Central ROYAL PALM

should linger after the sermon and Bicycle,t1rtLGOOD' u the'directors may from that to Avenues.FRANK .
time deem adtfasble, with powers incident
.even ,forgetful'ot the'waiting Sunday UNITARIAN.Mrs. thereto u provided by the Statutes of the, ': ; _- r rI' -

dinner should spend an hour'or so --- State of Florida. .BARBER SHOP

discussing reform work and should Gabel Stanley of Santa Anna WORK MUUS Tht amount shall of be the rift Capital Thousand'' gtotk.of(14,000,00)the) ,, .

;, pledge their support and their labor California, will conduct the ser Corporation Dolan be divided into JUt, '(IO lbanI :: KYER8Manufsetttrsr Modern and Complete.

especially their labor-to movements vices at Unity Chapel this morningat , ot Dollars tit paf seed time Four of*fifth oat of HoW the tail 1100.00 capit' ) of ,Artlfldtl Everything new, Individual

their pastor would lead. 'If 11 o'clock. For Sale, by stock valuation'tall to bt bi ptya used>U'b|ta the property board of at directors a jest StOUt, Fine; Columw and ilsetrie attachments at tytry

these pledges M made were considered Sunday school, at 10 o'clock. M a tilted! for thai wrpjsfc ul one Oraimtfttsl Work ehilfi No stone bi Icon lift

by each of these men more bindIng All are welcome.. H. G. HarperSouth fourth state tt payable tht alt In of Uwful 1V' Beard moo**of of Directors United,. I:I Livingston and Railroad I' unturned to make this shop ,

than any Individual duty or private the
. meet th ircQulrcmcnti ,
The tern for ,wbUh the lorponUon to to I I' .
(Interest, then Miami would sec WREATHED IN ROSES. ukt shell be perpeteY.TM most parU lar. Plenty of
Hughy St Phone aS4 .
,an unconquerable phalanx for A vice offkwi br wbom' the bw MM of the room. Courteous itUndanti ,

crouds. Every buslnen. In the city Now )York April 12.-Almost buried wrpmttoii ii to bo wndaUd shall bo I PmdoDt \ I
Vice Pmldtet, suntan., were I NnwLIIr.aJ ,
; .violating one Iota of the laws for ita in.rosei and twining ivy, tho triple :Hauling of all kinds and plow a Board o< Fear Dtrteteft. The o Ues .1 r u. Williams, IiIra "Mayer, Jesse Hook Proprirtor.Orinfi .
ft by I sat t1td aw ,HiIndlrWaata I
control would be put out of bunlneii. Mrtury If shall W deemed *WfWttbo and E I Piers who am
coffin that,contains, the body of J. P. board of directors, may be held by the, dtxriUd U sad who nmtei the ,
Every blind tiger and disreputable Morgan lies today in the west wing ing carefully looked after. IUM beagedfrfree of tho the by' foregoing proposed iharttr and Mknowltdftd in, I Aye. Orlando, FlaKVRYTllIXfl
may time to timo by Hftnllf, ihaithiy' txicvMtho MOM u *
,retort would be closed All of this of the marble library which holds his I Jews tat at M time. lUll the umber be'low oorponton for the w" and purposes (hirfB I

.would come to, pass, if we had. a = I than throe or mort thee flvo. ( txpersstd.WITNBSS.
books and many of his irt treaturei. The officers shell be chosen annually by tile lit, hand and official! seal it Of
stronl.compan here of all-tho-week There it WiU."rePOIO. until UQQ' of GIVE US A TRIAL I stocknolden' at their annual wetting to btM4 ta tilt County and State ifomaid wNotorinl
MOB the wrtttft. I:
reformers M tilt Ant-Tufsdfy sAn the ant day 114 ,., ahoYt
his friends gather to pay final tributeto day of May, of oath and nay ,taf. 'Vata Ute H.Nat YOWILL. .. . . .I. "
NOTICE U tkm to" ..,bold o. the tm Tuesday after Notary MI" III ..._to. ..
his memory at the funeral services the first Monday of May A D i lt, F. M. pines JSL Ilk.

After spending some months. most in St. George's church, Mon In Circuit curb TthTtdkkl Omit OrangeCeuatr. Barker, shall Vtoo-lWdoati be *,sad'l IW F. ,B.vrMaytr,WWU ,iihan ( Stal)
shun bf.
pleasantly and profitably at Eau Gal. dry Herbert W.. Fronds Shorroek bo Secretary and Trtasurtrj and f. Ml

lie, the faculty and students of the I Only members of the family and a A. Viola'"Shorroek. Divorce. Jesse Barker.Hook Earl shall V. bt Mayer the Board F. H.ot WOliams Directors.and NOTICE.U 111"1 -IN-

Kentucky Military academy left their few intimate friends will be admitted To A. .Viola BberrocktIt lV1.Tbe. .
amount of Uahflitr to which Cbtutt but Tab Jadsdal Omit.
Florida. quarters ,on "Friday and have. to the...1iblJ'fpte police today W. Shortock appears, herein from the duly affidavit filed, that of he, Herbert is the the corporation highest can at any time subject it* Cushy, .,..... ,

returned to Lyndon, Ky.'where. studies -I turned away the curious who,braved complainant in the foregoing cause, that the self shell' bt Five Thousand S,000.00) DoWm John W. CuiMriugi D1vone FEEDFOR r

t will be at once resumed and con the rain and until the body's removal resident respondent'of A.the Viola State of Shorrock Florida it, residing a noa. Ian.. r ,.Carrie SL B. .Oondaga. albs iCarrieB. Parton.T 4
> of the suhseribe alias keno B. Pay 4
and rtsideneea Canto B. Oosming*
tinued until the summer holidays. strict guard will be maintained. Ofthe u of affiant Massachusetts believes, but somewhere'that her in exact the state resl to'.The the uames capital stock and the number of shares ton ". i .
sworn abort
t ,This institution, realizing,the importance many floral tributes, only those dence and 'post office,address art'to affiant of the said capital stock subscribed by''each _It tItW appears she from that the the defadtntTt burin the preMBt -

and benefits, of outdoor; work, given by the family win be taken to unknown one years;'that and she that hover there is the no age person of twenty-within art u foDoWl Rmidsce'sNsmt No. of Share place: of address it unknown to complainant, t
of t ntyna
the :
ahererF. she is abort an
J'IorWa Tea (1t) that
a; each year for, many years past, has Hartford for the committal the State of Florida known to silent the M.-Rsrker.. Wmiams rIaDdo, Orlando Fla. ten (10) ierss)41n1 years and that there it BO panics to the
service of subpoena whom would bind: H_ .. I
a upon
.m* --*- VI A ,II..HI -* State of Florida till .. poeDa LIVE
.,... tea ddoendsatToe STOCK
,picked up and_come South in the early. said respondent.You are T Oriasdo.vnaJUIII.-1'1aot Fla. ) shares upon who w...W bind the I
therefore ordered to to this Jess*
appear One therefore ordered to appear to
J'' winter and remained until 'spring. Before you go north for the summer bill on Monday the 2nd day of June, A. D. K.'I. Pierce Gatoesuffle., Fla.'... bye(1) than.... this Bin art M MM***, the Ith day .f May

The academy has splendid buildings don't fail to let us send you the HIS It b the further same being ordered a rule that day this of firis notice court be into Df lit'WJTlfB, 0G1' herb WJIJ5DOr.sad-Malt,., this '11th day.- of this A. D.Court.im. the apse bias .a Bate DaY :f j i

-r. and grounds just across the river Weekly SentineL. It will keep yon published for eight Muee. the weeks in the Mircb A. D..ells.F YBAR1B. (Sal- It h ftrther ordered Oat tWI nods be LAUBACH
Sooth Florida Sentinel a published weeks b die :
', from the pretty little Florida city of thoroughly posted, on the happeningsin in Orlando, Florida. newspaper P. E. WILLIAMS '(Sail pvblkhed Booth Florida fee tight tatfeel.toMteotfo& newtpaper pub.Ikhti .
is'no Witness, B. M. Robinson Clerk of the Circuit EARL V. JlAYD.I I(lei) J'III'I&I' .
; Eau Gallie'and there interruption this.lecii on. Call at the office and in Orange oont
Stall The
JET HOOK. ( February Grain Man.
Court and the seal thereof,,this. .the. 11th TAtne Ry band and ebb ;
1 .in the work and the boys can let as show You a copy. It only day of A P ril. A. D. Kit E. a'p1>IEc6, (Seal)I 1th. 1111.. (
4; play baseball and .swim.. .and enjoy coats a dollar, ,a year, Clerk. .. (Seal) Otrk Cbtsdt Court Stet Pbm lgr
-= and sport durine : By M. A. HOWARD D. C. or ORANGE BylL XHOWAIA D. C.
their outdoor exercise
I STARBUCK ft STARBUCK. BE rr REED tW tile 14th dir, Starbuek SUrwati; Meton fir Cosv
::r'" the entire,'.season.-Times-Union. ,Subscribe for 'the Sentinel. Solicitors Jtt Complaiaanta. of March A. D. 1I1V Won all the tub. ....... ,


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.. tflatter !In ordfer_ : tyfauft: business1 will offer my entire st d
Russell Says Turning From the

*U 6reeda; .Reasoning-A to the Bible Refusal;Meant ef a Hu Return an I; Sale' O eis" Saturday t fg| 5th at 2.31 ail 7JI ". ; )! w k

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ifto Dixlta-G..ter,atd LMMIJ Sfna.l !
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ProportionateTheliMhlch goods are |.
iniahments : of life.,
/ God Styles Swriet,llen OAan -

Cenaldtr Merely White. LlwThMH .. BILLY N XNEY, J1. must, Sf"; k
% t Sins ThMlefljf Condemns Of-1! : : and quality,
'Ian UM Important Vfrth GodRichmond.- I ..
_1 If !9' that the price
Va.. T rt ,- rt
Apfll aBlblescents I d do with it:too
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of all denominations It 4.

deeply la'' Pastor interested were Buscell's -; :IF YOU WANT TH:|! '. ,.

tilt today . ,
repair de-
faeries of specialBible
IN n. i- ,
lectures has -- ..
been in
'for some progress months; THE' LINE OP.UP TO DATE DIY GOOD/ CLOTHING, _

and,. Pastor been Russell ATS AND SHOES, ALSO I LADIES u.qr ,W ,
brought: w r.* 1 ljl1"
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We report -hl.1. AI, m '"' .. I I mm' GUARANTEED & Co.
ftt text "Come DO",'let us reason toffmer.aalththe J1I0lil
Lord;though your sins REFUNDED. ',. "....,' .__ ,
Jtfu scarlet, they ship be u white a.lIaiab .
w"- 1:18.
i. though thoroughly loyal! and tiff
referential, the Paitor his e rldentlyijpt B..Salo.o Florida
loon from the creeds. Ha admit ,
tf4 that all coalaln kernels'of Truth, t
but declined' that theft art buried In a t
t.a* of chal-b14dej; in Ood-diabon- ,

oliN theologira to unreasonable that, .. ..
I .
'the beat friends prefer.- ..aver to think-. _ __i- .
ec. ':'The'Uatm.Pastor, claimed that the repul- '

eh ass of the creeds hinder people 1ORLANDO K
-.fro looking for the truth which they BAN & TRUST
attain. This la well, be aald. Why ,.._, >. .... E
awpld we search for Truth in rartousxreeds ::.':r.tj ..
when we bare the Bible Heqrisd Street.
Christians to abandon the creeds Capital.. art Serptas art UitivMd( Profits $120m.M.
tad, unite as Bible students intent'on. '
the testimony of God'Word JeU Reswces ever Threef.larten 0!a NEW AND
iwtDc obtaining the guidance,of the .
in the understanding of !it.
Report of the
J held up to acorn the.IDeoDl1st.S. ; - to Our .Customers aad

.tt".l:.. .\ J'ir( __J.v t w: 14, Bank...-..., and,: Trust. Prompt Delivery
Inconsistencies .
From.Report to {
in oltf eitfmation oTsG and rijeteoae .. TrIal
'riev the.Pastor- beUeVed.-"Our brd et Feb. 4,' _.
w 'l, :: : r7'1. .." -
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declared that while the religious leaden -, \j 1 :
of His time were carefilt$.tithe, : Proprietors
I_ jt Loans and Discounts
all their increase they ODtNIe4; >the .
very spirit of Goc\.A 1ew of: i1gt: Mous-<( Overdarfta '...;. ,. -
Beta; that in mea ..wa;,. they too ,the i : Stocks and Bonds, ..
bread from the poor ad to diVe attt&tton -? t' Real Estate, $ii
from thjBjE Q&rse theyfhjpo\ h Fixtowa .*..: ..... STRAIGHT
critically lengthflU they,prayera to T:5: Cub on hand aad in
,, ,
It was not thjf prayflp: was wrongs 1" "
or lha't"titklng waa 6re Honablc britZrecognition -:: '7" 11 Cigar Stores .4 l
: :
of these showed them r ; : '
in :
i t.'f' Oriaado.. "} +
all the more responsible In recreatingwidows' '
houses," and other sharp prac: II Capital Stock ..'.:... Wrappers, S .
Uses whereby they took advantage of '
ii Surplus and '
still LtL- Be Convinced r
the This principle ' Profits ... .;....
operates said Pastor Russell.Today. .
as in our Master's time: there 1 Deposits: ..i ........ MTg'r '
la a tray of keeping within the'law .. .
and out'of:the penitentiary, while a| Orange '
the same time:the spirit of the law Is ,
outragedand trampled in the dust of: ;' We invite the "

aTaricious money-getting! Now, as tomers and.ftiends- DID YOU, BUY !
then. money-IOTers pose aa philanthropists. -- .J above and wish to :
and, bold. honorable, places in ire appreciate their -
churchianity. The 'Pastor spared not ask for a I overheard a prominent hardware
this class. He declared that religious r say this morning to a promi
hypocrites are. the'wont of sinners in I J Don't forget that citizen of Orlando, I coulahtvt, -i t
God's sight Theirs :were''the mOst --.l.* > land at $2.50- and $5.06'but
scarlet.sine: he bellbte& jI A cordial invitation If IfDI1I1'ed. not dot*. .
4'.l visitors in At the time he referred to I sold t
our city
Greater and 91ns. t an Orlando man several hundred ;
Wealth? cyVeri a v.., multitude I ;0f alna; : Buis.- ,' tereneatsttle. ud ceatf DepesNeryy. account with va. ;of land in Orange county for, i
To be''financially; unsuoewful la a. LIUtdud J LOO per acre,:the lams land la now :
'crime on account of which many-consider -- wr. 0..0 ...o In 10 and twenty acre tracts for 1

a wife Jjostifled In seeking a dl- _.... '.'- . per acre, and- U cheap- .at tUa, s
tone,-and'some cE icE es"Ju tifled in i-,
I >What were the Orlando people boy
dropping the culprit from their memo : .. =at t. Gold mining atoek.U :
bershlp llsC What mattera it that : ht land, you cecM ,
"Jesus comforted the 'weary', heavy' you profit:. 'Ton.:knew1 awsi J
'laden and'nrurac, essfqll, ,W t mav: W. M.' ,' ago' your profit on the mining
tens it tltat tne riptnrea declare that : without having to figure on it. _i
4 ,, If ,have not yet, bought
not many Vch,II.wise irtft tor learned yon some
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haa God'called,to tbe Heavenly Inheritance .1 lO or Orange etutty, property, f
but 'chiefly the poor of thisworld i
and I can show .
y ou.' : i:
rich in faith
can sell yon something that wffl i
What matters it that a very rich. man : ab J u'monq. but your gold min f
has tWo'tolicabID"IIIwa. lwife i Our New Spring Stock is, Coll -Stock will'not buyftCall :;
What mattera It that his religious in- and see me. t.
lCnICtmnoW.otrt efacU, ,Be ia a I CARL JANSEN, '
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'..ppoH r 'of 'their )church! 'Were' 'he' And we wffl offer to you a Cheke Sdectiei of High OMB .. over Dickaoa-ft Ivea, ,Orange. t;

cis,scrimei against/human: and. ..IN DRY GOODS, ALL THE STAPLE AND : Avenue, Orlando, Pla. tI
i the taw Would'bet unfo glvabl! *. GOODS as{well'as FANCY:SILKS,'aad FLtfi DRESS,GOO> I The banks and the'boaineM men of ;
I aspired. that be would HOSIERY:I SILK LISLE AND COTTON, and the Many. : ; I know me, if you:do not,. uk. .
uteri thrragnont eternity.!! '' cissories that Wo'll en.UseJ: .-,
\ s- f a.
<1 tins Searlei and Crimson.,' J

Our text discriminates betweea\acar. BiEtrgains Six Days in Every IIIIIIIIIMMIiiillMI. 1
let and crimson u indicating,,abadeaof : i
guilt in the aame kind ft tin; For $ %' .
ti, Instance murder would be a scarlet sin r.m, aH; time a large of SHOES el tile .

'if committed by a worldly person: but sakes and newe* atylefl. KING QUALITY MEN $ ONE
.1 kalretf,would .be crimson':'ain of deeper ;. CRADDOCK-TERRTS WOMENVSfiOES ''AHD''! THE CIGAR THAT

cJ.v -U cberlsbed!;by,: I 'CbriaHan.As RUTS SHOES. NONE BtTTER! All SOLD. IN 1:1: *, > .- iif rft r9.'1J hfPvtH'! '' ;

lois the_fulflUlaf.of flagrant:the-D1rtDeJ'vlo- MARKETJfA. ;.. A. J. .'f I EVERYBODY. LIKES'HAWLEFS {
X.W.40 hatred implies its .
"Mankind 9D- have Inherited sin-tainted $25.00 and .$30.00 are omrpMBed fer STYLE. '--d f-> : ..

blood from Adam $Selfishness! .of,rarytac -- QUALITY. .f
hues stains'every member of the LORD'BALTIMORE. BOYS'. .,- .. SUITS WILL BE SURU. :
% .S '*\ ; }
... Many have not the proper focus PLEASE YOU. If :*

talon the Divine.,Law. Taking the let-. : ..
_(to of that Law, they avoid the cruder .. .. STRAIGHTS'i
forms of"theft.'adulteryrmurder=inak- -- '...- l '.. .. -
ling the lime mistake that Israel made. j

the According'Law, theftilci'to Jesus* taterpretaoof be'committed in W M. t jI ,, cents Get,the,the best next cigar time at five* :.

the bean by coveting by steeling the S .a.; t' ; ; J '" "" I you
.:, I want to
+ smoke-judge for
business or reputation of another. Simfluty -W., .. ..- _._-._ '\.,.... __ ....- .... yourself.
adultery n-izbt: be committed
without.overt act;and hatred is'murder.)r Doc Friedman -may' get a-;' "t t.-4 ; 'I;
Increase of has brought I
increased responsibility knowledge. sat human but'tHen,,.tJ re'. 'lots,:of ,turtles' VD, : --- i
,'the A : Orlando 1
elflshness Van kept pace.' 'The thi Y. Made in and sold
lab spirit abounds. The drill**!.world' -, '''f..a 'h.'''' ca r :'_'" A". by'aD dealers. j

should awaken its conscience to the, They say the spring gowna ', .ARTISTICPJCTURB. FRA.. i
Golden Bute- the Law of: IftaataVa Nape. a' Balkan1 toadC'.:Prewme-tl ; : '_ .:_ : ,.. t:
.coming Knsr! '\m "* ". "*.'"r;, "means"I"" 'wflfcaptnrenaiai; .'-'. : : , SL'RE_ ..... 'Iv T_ I r
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Louis C. Mawey Preeideat 'Washington, April U-Prepara- .

tiona are being made for 1a .hard

T. FM.. Wariow, VIee.Pn& .. w.. Saw Cr1YtF fought battle for the Presidency-Gen- .

HfWi C ....Ar't CteUv Suod A.Hm>L List r. kIsrF era! of the Daughters of the American i ,- ", r'

Revolution, by Mrs."William Cum- - .1" ,' ;.y .. t. ': : ,: .: t- 1 ,

mingstory, of New York and Mrs. .' '

THESTATE John Miller Horton of Buffalo when '4

the annual convention of that organ-

ization opens here Monday. Mrs. .

Story has been here for more than a

3 BANK week in active management of her

campaign.The '
question of woman suffragemay INTEREST
enter largely into the situation. 0 PER .

I Mrs. Story is strongly opposed to introducing 5 4'
: of Orlando CENT.
Hp stffrage Into D. A. R., cir- Instead of ,

cles and will make her fight on that

stand. Recently she made her posi-

BANK IN THE CITY tion upon that subject most clear in .
these words: "There is no place for
4 suffrage in the ranks of the Daugh-

-AND- : ters of the American Revolution.
Any U you have a savings account which
: attempt to make that an issue at the ,earns only four per cent either call, .

? The Bank which transacts more business than I coming election is certain to meet telephone, or write, and we will gladly -
defeat." explain how the same money can
any Bank between Jacksonville and Tampa earn five per cent and probably more.
Opposing factions in the fight for

r the Presidency-General have become

bitter within'the few
most past days
The large patronage of this Bank has been built up 1
and accusations of various kinds havebeen

4 during twenty years by conducting its business on sound freely exchanged. When the .

banking principles with ''careful 'attention to the legitimate actual election of officers takes placeon
Tuseday it is predicted that this THE[ PEOPLES[ NATIQNAL l' BANK

wants of customers. The confidence of the publicis bitterness ,will extend to the floor of

reuected in the large amount of deposits. the Convention.It ,.

A Average deposits First Quarter of 1913, $900,000. I is expected that Mrs. Story's
friends will raise the subject of a

: circular recently issued by seven

: members of the National Board, highin ,
FOUR PER ,CENT PAID ON SAVINGS ACCOUNTS administrative circles, attacking During April>> we offer City of Orlando ,
Five Per Cent Sewerage Bonds at ,
.. : par
'': Mrs. Story, which circular, Mrs. Sto- for cash or on easy payments. I
ry's allies allege was paid for out of
: Our correspondent banks are located in every part of the funds of the organization.In .
this circular it was asserted that .
,a: the world and include some of the largest Banks in the Mrs Story had "spread disension in .

the society and was unfit for office. .
United States.
Following the issuance of this circular i '

I the Manhattan; Chapter of the .i'l.: ." : : : :, .
1+iiMiiiiiiiMiiiiiiiiiiimimnnMiiimiiiMi '. .. ;; : L'L: :. ; : '
D. A. R. held
a meeting at Mrs. Storjrs
: '. .. :;'I: f '; .."" : ..
: rriIf .- 'f : '
home in New York and denounced > : : : :.: i" : ; ,
LET those whose names were attached to :.. .... .
: Let women vote if they desire, it. .' .. '
Mrs. Horton has not been quite so .
a And thus their purity inspire An especially delightful card party
active in her campaign for the officeof
All noble men to do all good took place'yesterday afternoon at the
President-General Mrs. Story,
For lovely, lofty womanhood.. home of Mrs. George McCulloughj as '.
but it is said that she has many of I
.. who entertained twelve friends at'
the society's officers on her side.'Mrs.
Let women vote to help the cause Bridge. '
Story, however, has a strong: follow- .
To purify the nation's laws; Quantities of nasturtiums and
jas- '
I iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiTitnTT' lll
ing her rank and file. "t'niimiiiiiiiiiMiiim
By voting out all greed and wrong amine vines were used in decorating: uuYowell's
For the first time since the society'sexistence :
Crushing the cruel and the strong. the rich color of the flowers contrast'
the convention when it :
ing prettily with a color of blue and
opens Monday will be ,thrown open :
Let women vote to help themselves, white.
to the public Heretofore, members I
ADd join the world that digs and The tally cards represented Dutch ,
only have been admitted. Greetings :
, delves, scenes and pencils were attached by
from President Wilson will start :
For Freedom and the glorious light dainty cords. Mrs. W.,, P. Watson ,
Monday evening's session, I
Thai( ever guides the cause of right. made the highest score, and receiveda ) : .
by the address of Mrs. Matthew T.
quaint picture of a little Dutch
) Scott, President-General. Others are :
Let women vote because their God maiden. A jar of mints, a very pleasing I .
scheduled to address the convention,
Made them all human on this sod; consolation prize, went to Mrs.E. .
viz: Secretary of State William Jen-
And when they act on land and sea W. Lott. s SPECIALS
nings Bryan, Dr. R. H. McKim, Pres- FOR
They vote for love and liberty. Even Mrs. McCullough's delicious ..
ident-General of the Sons of the Rev- .
cream and cakes were touched with _
olution, District'of Columbia and 1
Let women vote, for sure as fate blue and, white, and the guests, who
J. M. Richardson, PresidentGeneralof
Their progress in the home and State 'were partakers of her hospitalitywere I
the Sons of the American Revolu-
I If growing grandly day by day, Mesdames S. E. Ives, Jr., Lee

And soon shall win a golden sway.The Miller, Phil Slemons, W. P. Watson, tion.Much of the convention's ,time will. MONDAY TUESDAY m IIEflNESPAYr

above lines were written by E. W. Lott, L. A. Spencer, E. L. Bliss,
be taken
by social events-
Cot John A. Joyce, the well known Charles Campbell, L G., Starbucks, I up prat- ,
tically all of the evening session
Journalist and poet as he watched the Nathan and Misses Mary and Grace I
being of a social character, with the
,parade March 3rd at Washington.These Holt and Miss Lizzie Dreher. ::1'1111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111 11 1111111111111.
exception of Tuesday night, when the
lines In the face of the fact .

that Cot Joyce Has never been an ad.ypcate "FIVE HUNDRED" PARTY. election will.take place. One eveningwill 500 yards Pure Linen, Plain and Russian Weave, Ratina in Black! ,
be set aside as "Franc-American .
pf woman's suffrage. .-,_ r Light Blue and Pink with Pin
Night, will be the guests of honor.It 'Crash Natural color
..(\, Mrs. Crooks and her daughter Miss weaves, Stripe, the latest showing for 2
is expected that M. Jusserand will
DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN Grace, prettily entertained at their only. 36-inch, 50e value, for one piece and Norfolk suits, 35
t REVOLUTION TO MEET. home on East Amelia Avenue Fri- address the convention. Miss Lida and, 40c quality, for this sale,
on :
,' 1 1R Rose McCabe has been asked this Sale yard . . . . .
to per
day afternoon with progressive Five prepare per yard . . . . . . . . .
t' an address for that night on .
Miss Antionette lemons was hostess : Hundred. The house had been taste- "Madame Lafayette." Other speakers -,
for the fully decorated with roses and the
afternoon -
yesterday regulaf i
during the course of the week will.
.c 'monthly meeting of the localehaptet rooms which held_the card tables were
I be> Gifford Pinchot and Miss Ida Vose I 36-inch Natural Co fl iiThe
of the D; A. H especially attractive Woodbury. 400, yards Poplins, Piques and Corduroys

The business session was called at Of the twenty contestants, Mrs. I kind for long coats, or'l
in Lavender Pink Blue and
three o'clock and this was followedby Palen was the most successful, win- Statement of the and suits, regular. 30 and 2

an interesting ,literary program, ning a handsome souvenir spoon as ORLANDO White. Extra values for 40c.
to which all visiting member of the a prize.,, The consolation prize was BANK AND TRUST co. value, for'this sale, per '

organization were invited. Miss given to Miss Ethel Robertson. at the close of business This Sale, per yard . . . . .
a Slemons gave a report of the State Late in the afternoon the guests April 4, 1913

Convention held in Tampa in February I were served to a delicious three Condensed from 'report to the
r to which she was a delegate. course supper. Comptroller of the. State.

This was followed by a paper on I I ResourcesLoans

;, "Witchcraft," by Mrs. Shuller. After I GRAND THEATRE. I and Discounts .... .$362,011.89 If you happen to be one of those ladies who for some reason
a: pretty poem read by Mrs. S. A. I Overdrafts ... ... .. .. .. 146.83Stocks { or other have never been able to find in ready-to-wear suits andonepiece

i Robinson, Miss Slemons delighted her "The Priest and The Man", Edi and Bonds ........ 26,018.33 .

guests by,reading a paper on "Court- son-drama. Is taken from Gilbert Real Estate, Furniture and dress goods just exactly what you desire, we want you to

ship and Weddings in Colonial Times." Parker's story, 'The Going of the Fixtures .. .. :. ...... . 25,853.44
,The meeting was marked by a Golden Swan.' Cash on hand and due from I step in this live store and see our display on SECOND FLOOR.

+< large attendance and was unusually "The Deceivers Vitagrapheomedy. I Banks "..... .. .. .:.. ... 300,676.54 ,


: "The Hairy Ainus," Pathe-typ- Total .. .... .... ......716030.03
,,' NOTICE. ical The original inhabitants of Ja- Liabilities

pan conquered by the Japaneze. Capital ..... ...... .. :...$100000.00,

A regular meeting of the Municipal, Surplus and Undivided The Big White Store

f League of Orlando will be held at the' OFFER $2,500 REWARD._ Profits .. .. ..... ..... .. 23,154.38

permanent meeting place in the Civic: \Deposits .. ........'..... . 592,875.65 ,
League rooms opposite the San Juan l London, April 12.-Relatives in

Hotel on Monday evening, Apri114th, Memphis, Tenn., of Joseph W. Mar- Total.. ... . .. ......$716,030.03

at 7:30 p.m. tin; who has been lost since April 3,t Deposits Feb. 4 ..........$$537,418 Leads in Style Quality and Pricey

A full attendance. is requested. : today cabled instructions to offer a.. Deposits April 4 .......: 592,875.65 ,

.\ W. H. Palmer, reward of $2,500 for news of his ,Deposits, April 10... .. .. 628,333.65

,;f Secretary. whereabouts. Increase in six,days ._.... 35,458.00


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