The daily sentinel

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The daily sentinel
Uniform Title:
Daily sentinel (Orlando, Fla.)
Alternate Title:
Daily South Florida sentinel
Place of Publication:
Orlando Fla
Josiah Ferris
Creation Date:
April 15, 1913
Daily (except Monday)
normalized irregular
Physical Description:
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Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
newspaper ( marcgt )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando
28.533611 x -81.375833 ( Place of Publication )


Dates or Sequential Designation:
Began in 1913.
Dates or Sequential Designation:
-v. 1, no. 269 (Dec. 20, 1913).
General Note:
J.F. Schumann, editor.
General Note:
Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 4 (Feb. 14, 1913).

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Tallahassee, April 13.-Following Special to to Sentinel", New York, April 14.-Funeral services Brussels, April 14.-The vast political to the Sentinel Special to the Sentinel
are titles of some of the more Important I Washington, April 14.-Efforts over the body of J. Pierpont strike, planned by the Belgium Rome, April 14.-Day after day Memphis, Tenn., April 14.-Reports -
of the 117 measures introduced i were made in the democratic caucus :Morgan: were held at 10 o'clock this Socialist trade trade unions, began rising and falling of the temperature from the lower Mississippiriver

in the House the first day that body I I today to put live stock sheep on the morning in St. George's Protestant today. The first workmen to take some 'of the changes being quite tonight show the flood situa-
settled down to business: I'I free list, met with decisive defeat. Episcopal church, where he had wor- part in the movement were the night rapid, Pope Pius is reported as rest tion to be very serious in some places.

House Bill No. Providing conditions -! Free cattle amendment went under shiped for half a century. Afterwards shifts of the mines and mills throughout ing comfortably at 9 o'clock tonight; At Rosedals, Miss., a break in the

upon which fire insurance companies -!I first roll call, 122 to 78. No roll call a special train conveyed the the country. They left the vari- although at that hour, his temper- levee is feared south of that place

shall transact business in this I asked on the sheep amendment funeral party to Hartford, Conn., for ous plants in charge of a few care- ature was slightly below normal. which will inundate Rosedale and the

state, and providing for the regula-' The Underwood bill carries a dutyof final services at the Morgan mauso- takers, tolled off by the Socialist I: Coming as did day after day temperatures surrounding country should the break
tion and control or rates of premiumson ten per cent ad valorem on cattle leum in Cedar Hill Cemetery. leaders, to keep the property from I I the official bulletin issued occur.
fire insurance and to prevent discrimination -i and sheep. The duty carried in Blanketed by a covering of 5,000 deteriorating.At I I at 8:30 tonight, stated that the Pon Chicot and Desha counties in Arkansas

therein and to create afire bill to prevent free introduction of red roses, Mr. Morgan's favorite flower least 250,000 men laid down',I tiff's fever had left him and his temperature are partially inundated to

insurance rating board, and to cattle and sheep from Mexico, Can- the coffin was removed from the their tools during the morning. I was 98, was received with night. Several towns in eastern Ar-

provide penalties for violation of this ada competiti9n with American pro- Morgan library, where the body had There were numerous exceptionsto i considerable apprehension and Mar kansas are under several feet of wa-
act Insurance. ducts. lain in state since Friday night, short- the general walkout in many dis chia Fava prepared to spend the entire ter. Meningitis has developed at

House Bill No. providing for the Although temporary indispositionheld ly before 10 o'clock, for the church.A tricts. I night with His Holiness. marked tree. Fully ten thousand
creation of Seminole county in the Mr. Underwood at home, all as- vested choir of 250 singers preceded The strike is' complete in such Guards about the sick chamberwere persons are in immediate need of relief -
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state of Florida, and for the I saults on the bill were checked and the funeral party into St. places as the mining districts, but further increased and two extra west of Memphis, in Arkansas, "

sation and government thereof.orram-I no alteration was made in agricultural George's Behind the choir came it scarcly is discernable in some lo-i beds were set up adjoining the cham according to the latest reports re

ty organization.House schedule, which was under con the clergy: then the pallbearers, the calities.In j ber for night watchers. It has been ceived here today.
Bill No. Governing the sideration. coffin and the family. Brussels itself, the strike must; expected by the Pope's householdthat I The government is preparing to
speed of any automobile, motor car, Hundreds of amendments were Fifteen hundred persons, one of the be looked for in order to be found. '' were the physicians successful relieve the suffering of that section

motorcycle pr other modes of submitted, most of them seeking a most notable gatherings New York Practically one.fourth of the work. i I! in fighting pneumonia, the departure ,by distributing rations. a
ance using country roads of any convey1 coun- ,j place: on the free list of the various has seen for many years were crowd men engaged in the suburban factor-: {I of fever arising from this cause would Reports received here from the

ty in this State or any beach along articles for food. All amendmentswere ed into the church.: Admission was lea did not report for work today. The (I leave the patient in an extremely north, show the conditions greatly
the Atlantic ocean or gulf of Mex- voted down. by card only. So great had been the Socialist committee: here estimatedat weak and depressed condition.: This improved.
ico. Miscellaneous lerfa1atlon.I i I Louisiana men lost in effort to increase demand for tickets that many hun 11 o'clock that 20,000 men had has proven true and owing to theI

House Bill No. it-Requiring county the proposed tax of one cent dreds could not be accommodated.Not struck in the capital. I I I Pontiff's extreme I ae, there is no IN CAIRO ty(
commissioner of etch! and every a pound on rice. half of the congregation at St. Reports from the provinces tell of disguising the fact that much anx* -

county, state of florid to plant shade I President Wilson came out todayin George's! with whom Mr. Morgan had complete! or nearly complete! stop-1 iety l is pervading the Vatican over Cairo, 111, April U.-The flood alto
tree! eaeh yea aUttg eounly road open defense of the Underwood worshiped, obtained admission page of work at Liege, Chatlefoi, the outcome! of tonight nation here continues to improve See

for etch county Committee on agti* bill, as it now stands At a confer The servile were! conducted by Mons, La LouvieN, Ahd similar cities. I I ; ml railroads have! resumed traftV
culture. once with the newspaper win, he said flay ttr. Karl HeiUnd, rector of St. At Motu t there! are 40,000 strikers Itual"itt t', KllKN ILL and are en full schedule.A .

House Bill No, 19-Td preseribe I''he I did net believe builnesi deprei) fleoftfeV Right Rev William Law* and at LaLeuviere, 24,000, most of uteambuat loaded with clothing'

the method of capital) punishment in lion would follow the passage of the rente, bishop of the dieeee ef Doan them belonging to the metal, ear 'I Richmond\ VAl, April I4=lt war I and pf6YI lon will leave in the morn

Florida Judiciary B bill, ton, Hight Rev. Chauneey\ D Drew riage building and tobacco tradei I announced today that Robert 6 Og I ing for the Ohio adn Wafcaph river

AfdiUHouH Bill Nei6=Te make titer, bishop of the dieeese of Con At the great seaport of Antwerp, den, prudent\ of the conference of pointi +
it a capital) effenie to burfiarUe or ANOTHER HILLIVILLB TRAGEDY nectieut, and Right Rev David II the strike did not appear until late !I education in the South, would not be "_ l 9-

steal) frmt'i building thai ii l Off= ea Greer, bishop of the diocese of New in the day, and then only affecteda able to attend the seiileni here this 11RAI'I FRUIT IN NBW YORK

pied at light I The Grand Jury of Carrot) county, York. These were the clergymen part of the dock laborers week, being detained at his home In -

Farris lout Bill No 90.-l'rovlds Virginia, indicted twenty>one mews chosen by Mr. Morgan in hiM writing I New York by illnejg Walter I II! New York, April 14-The Florida
tog for the laying out and eiteblish berg. of the, "Holy R911 fI" religious jnitructions, made some time before., l1MPRNMION I COMPLETE. Page, recently named by President grapefruit market is i steady with an
,, Mont of Mate roads, providing for the I I fleet for conspiracy of taming the his death, \ r I Wilson as ambassador t to the Court I active demand for good heavy smooth

", creation and appointment of a board death of Pavid King, a farmer, be .. --- Charleroi, Belgium, April l4,=*The of 8t, James! will preside |In Mr OJ'd@n'M email sized fruit, 54>, 64i and >Ml

of itate road wmroiimtonerp, provid* I MUM he objected to hip wife attend* REMAINS LAID TO REST, I suspension of the work at the coalmines absence.WOULD having the preference, pest sales

Ing for the employment of a, lUte ins their meetings '' lot this district was complete are at $3 to $3.50 with a new fancy
highway eommUtoae? and aspen In retaliation they offered public Sp.rl"t (n the fentinel, this morning Sufficient men remain CHANGE THE BANKING fringing $3.75 to U2H, Large

Indent of state highways, providing prayers on_ several occasion (or .hisremoval New York April U-The remains ed at their posts to keep the machinery I. LAWS, coarse light weight and generally unattractive
for the laying out construction and '" ." On one occasion, when of J, Pierpont Morgan were laid to in good order and the pumps I' I I fruit is selling at $1,75 to

jnaintainance of, state highways and King entered one of their meetings rest in Cedar Hill cemetery near working.The San Francisco April .-As a result 'I f2.50, Receipts are liberal. About-

authorising the issuance for the construction and forced his wife to accompany him Hartford, Conn., his place of birth, metal workers of the vicinity of the Federal grand jury's investigation 7,500 boxes of Porto Rico rgapefruitwere
and taprmMe of str home it is alleged that Rev Mr. Frazier this afternoon following a simple have only partially quit employment,' of the Francisco stock offered this week and the mar,

highways and providing for a fund : who was conducting the service funeral ceremony in St. George's but it is understood tomorrow the re brokerage business, which has brought ket was easier. Fruit was generally '

to pay the expenses of carrying out informed King that he would be Episcopal church: in this city. At noona mainder of the men in this trade will about the indictment of three prom-I wasty. Fancy brought $3 to $4.25,

the provisions of this act, roads and "done_ away with" if he persisted in special: train of seven cars bearingthe lay down their tools. inent brokers, United States District I. choice $2.25 to $3.25 and ordinary
highways. preventing his wife from attendingthe body and members of the family Attorney John L. McNab, will recom- $1.50 to $2.25. Receipts of off sizes.

Farris House Bill No. 21.ProvidIng -, revival. and close friends, departed for MRS. HAYGOOD DEAD. mend to the Washington authoritiesthe brought $1.25 to $1.50.
for the registration equipment I' Shortly after this was found Hartford, where practically all business !- amending of the United States Receipts of Florida oranges were

and licensing of all motor driven vehicles dead'and the mysterious circumstances suspended for three hours to banking laws. a little heavier. The market eased
using the public roads and highways surrounding his djaih were never honor Hartford's most distinguished Decatur, Ga., April 14.-Mrs. Mary up earlier in the week at the close

of the state of Florida, prohibiting -:(I unravelled.The son. Yarborough Haygood, aged 74, widowof ILL FROM WORK. and indications are for an active
the requirement of any additional leaders of the lUy Rollers Services at the grave were in a the late Bishop Atticus G. Hay market on all desirable fruit from
license by counties and municipal deny that they had anything to do .large tent pitched near the Morgan good, of the Methodist Episcopal Washington, April 14.-Chairman now on. Some fancy Valencias brought
ities for such vehicles when used for with ,King's death. They admit they monument and over the grave. The church, died at'the home of her daughter Underwood, of the Ways and MeansCommittee $5 to $6.05 with the general run of
> the establishments of a state highway -, prayed for his "removal" but that whole 'ceremony at"the grave took Mrs. L H. Watts, here. She had I was ordered to' bed today good fruit $4 to $4.75 and common
A fund from such licenses and fines they besought. God to take him in thd only six minutes. Casket was low- been ill for several months. Funeral by his physician, who declared he hada large size, mostly coarse, $2.25 to
imposed under this act and repealing i,I natural way, because he was preventing ered in brick grave and large slab services will be held at Oxford, slight fever, and was in danger ofa $3.75. Strictly fancy large sizes are

chapter 6212 of the laws of Florida his wife from securing salvation. slate cemented over it at the conclusion Go., today.ATTEMPT. breakdown from hard work on the in demand and are obtaining top ,
entitled an act to license automobiles '1 I Threeats of running the Holly Rol- of the ceremony. tariff bill. He may be confined for quotations.

and other motor driven vehicles usingthe ler out of the county are made. ; ON LIFE OF SPAIN'S several days. His illness did not

public roads or highways in the I I 1 1i STOPS HIS' MONEY.t t KING. I. interfere with the House caucus to- MR. ROBERTSON AS A FLORISTMr.
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wise, approved.June 5, 1911, and sections :-i i I Chicago, April 14.4-It became Madrid, April 14,King Alfonso I I Clark Robertson appeared in {
1234 and 5 took a ride in the park this morning' the Sentinel office this bear-
of chapter 6437 of ; morning,
I When there is only a fighting: known here today that Frutos Plaza, j TO PROTECT QUAILAtlanta
the laws of Florida entitled an act,,i old and was warmly saluted by crowds ing a huge vase containing dozens of
chance: for justice and right to pre years a nephew :of Leonidas
the 126 who noisily expressed their joy that! dahlias. Pale white '
regulating running of automo- exquisite yellow,
vail in.a legislature, that legislatureis president of Ecuador, had married Ga., April 14. In outlin
biles or motor vehicles on the public ; the King had escaped the bullets fired; and all shades from the brightest
a disgrace to the state. an American girl, several days ing a new plan to protect quail in
roads in the state of I II by the anarchist, Rafael Allegro, yes- crimson to the deepest
or maroon were
i When there is only a fighting; ago, in Chicago, and that as a result, Georgia, State Game Warden Jesse
Florida, approved May 11,1905. Roads: chance of inducing a senator or representative -:I the young man's remittance: had been terday. Mercer sets forth the interesting blended in this handsome bouquetMr.
and highways. 1 1 to do his duty by his I; cut off, and he was threatened with Allegro was still in a merry mood theory that dogs, hunting alone, kill Robertson grew these at his home
i- House Bill No. 22.-Requiring county today. During his examination he near Lake Lucerne, and a glance at
disinheritance his rel quail than the human hunters.He .
,I constituents, there is little hope of a by wealthy I more
commissioners to give bond. Judiclary atives. forced the guards surrounding him, there these perfect specimens quickly dis-
I State rising to any great importance says are 500,000 dogs in
...A.McHugh. ( and the interrogating magistrates to places the theory that dahlias cannot
!among the sister states. I -- I Georgia, and that not over one third
House No. 3.t.-To laugh at his witty comments. be successfully in Florida.
proride When there is only a fighting LUMBER MEN APPEAL si of them are given in for taxation.
for the semi-monthly payment I I I i Inquiries made by the police in
chance of holding a senator, or representative -
of all employees of railroad companies Barcelona show that Allegro was recently PLUMS OF THE WAR DEPARTMENT .
I to his solemn pledges I II I Washington, April 14.4The Eastern -' CONVICTS FEASTED.
operating railroads as common I and to the performance of his duty I States Retail Lumber Dealers' rejected as a candidate for the ,
carrier railroads in the state of Flor ,' I Spanish military service, owing to I
there is but little hope held out to 1 Association, a section of the so-called Jefferson, Ind., April 14.:-One thou
ida. Organized labor. I his suffering from, nervous attacks.He : Under the there
honest humanity. "lumber trust," today appealed to the sand convicts in the State Reforma- war department
Tomlin House Bill No. 27.-To had been frequently without employment
prescribe to be filled and
| When an honest majority has to Supreme Court which held its members i is'a tory here were feasted yesterday by are seventy-one places
His wife of
the of officers woman
compensation county there have been less than thous- s
for recognition against the Sherman law.' i citizens one
fight as a I were violating the of Jeffersonville, in appreciation -
the manner in which they shall I dishonest minority, the case is hope i Lumber dealers throughout the New noble birth.BUXTON I of the services rendered and applications received by Secretary -
be paid, to require them to file state- Garrison. The six members of
less. : and Middle Atlantic States
t by the prisoners during the flood,
ments of receipts and disbursements BUYS ORANGE PROP- i I the Panama Canal commission, who
involved in the suit
I are when they worked night and day on
of funds, and to provide for the dis-Ii f BASEBALL RESULTS IN THE BIG (i I ERTY. the penitentiary embankment, which receive $14,000 a year each, are the
position to be made of fees collectedby 'LEAGUES. most lucrative positions under the
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CUSTOMS OFFICER ARRESTED.! protects this city from the Ohio river
such officers in excess of their i Then there the
i department. are
Mr. Ben Buxton, one of Orlando's and prevented its breaking.The war
compensation and to fix penalties for Special to The Sentinel most popular winter residents, has members of the National Park corn
Havana, April 14-Five customs I grey-garbed men, in turn,
the violation of certain provisions of National employees have been ordered under [purchased a fine grove property at showed their appreciation at the close passion and the governors of. the ,
this act. County officials. Chicago, 5 Pittsburg 8. : soldier's homes who receive salaries.
; IOakland of Mr. F. H. Williams and
arrest on the charge of collusion with of the banquet by handing Superin-
Tomlin House Bill No. .-Providing Boston-Philadelphia, wet grounds. i Mr. J. C. MichaelWe of from $3,600 to $3,800 a year each-
various forms of Spanish importers I tendent D. C. Peyton a resolution, x
for the establishment of abu- St. Louis-Cincinnati wet
I for undervaluation of goods, princi-j congratulate our neighbor ,at signed by nine hundred and ninetysix ,
tau of labor statistics and the American. ''
pally silks and buttons, whereby the 1 I Oakland upon its good fortuneIin inmates, thanking him .for the WEATHER REPORT.
>> of commissioner. 'Orpntzed Boston 2 New York 1.
a ,
I ; Cuban government has been defrauded -. capturing Mr. Buxton, who win provea courtesy extended them, and declaring , -
labor. Cleveland, 4; Detroit, 5. valuable man to. the community Florida-Generally fair :Tuesdayand
; of unwards of $100,000 in duties. each .of them will do, his best to
St Louis, 2; Chicago, 1.WashingtonPhiladelphia. I Orange county property is Wednesday. 1
An investigation is being conducted.It grove maintain discipline in the ranks.
Ground is being cleared in Fells- grounds I is believed that the frauds will proving very popular with investors. Chicken, cakes, baked by the housewives -

mere for the erection of a Union wet. reach at least $500,000. of Jeffenonvflle, fruits, Ice f{ If ,a man does half: the things Ui t
church and the work of building,will May. Fashion. Books,. Curtis. A:1 cream and candy were the main items wife tells him to do, that constitute

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if you have made another smile

M, You've Upon only for his chased weary a little'way another while today_ 'gloom Lord & fifadshawWe Magnificent Showing of

away; wish to announce to our friends, and the public general,
If, you,have met upon the road
, A'brother limping and distressed (Ithat we have formed a partnership under, the I New Spring Suits

And helped himWith: his,heavy load, above firm name, for a general
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If have.smoothed anoth.e '1 brqw, : i -
you business and are centrally located in a ground floor office at No. ; .. ,
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.Have cheered,a toiler who was sad, .
k .t Tonight, if just because of yon, Millinery), where we will be pleased to meet all our old friends I WE ARE SHOWING A BEAUTIFUL ASSORTMENT OF

tRoPe lives within a brother's breast make new ones. j SILKS AND SATINS, ALL COLORS, DRESS, GOODS
't Think not of what you've failed to do, I IN ALL THE LATEST ,PATTERNS FOR OLD AND
' You still! have earned your time of Our list of city and acreageproperty is surpassed by none
S rest-Detroit Free ,Press. <- ", CAkVAS,SHOES, DISPLAY
I t i J.I L l . and we havesome exceptional laigaits, COMEAND SEB Us CONTAINS ACCURATE, ,ILLUSTRATIONS ,OF THE
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acres in Tennessee New Hampshire,; North CaroHna'and :17 ,S. ORANGE AVL OEUBilO, FUL : WITH( THE HIGH,CHARACTER OF OUR GARMENTS
,were approved forpurehise AND
at a meeting of the National ;
Forest Reservation Commission. '
;This makes a total of 500,000 acres ;
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forest land approved or already ok
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Weeks bill several years ago, providing PATH TO PROSPERITYMerchants j .
x for the protection of Eastern ,
watersheds. Bargain Stor&
a In Tennessee the tract comprises :
63,500, acres, situated on watersheads who use Electric Signs never lose .
tributary to the Tennessee River, and their way by choosing the road to suc- -,.. ; :1'1 J .
wrong _: If You Would be Posted be a Daily Visitor to this StoreShanniUrjer'i f
in a locality.where some years ago the You fail ....,
cess. simply cannot to attract new i r:1:: !".
forest was considerably injured by .
times from copper-smelting plants. customers if' you use an Electric,Sign. It acts .

I like an irresistible magnet, drawing all the I for bicycles and_
I "' FAIR VIEW trade within its reach: That is the reason 'lundrieL ,I

E: 'One of the suburbs bidding for they command the attention of buyers. i t I I 1913MOTOCYCLES 1vo1s

jpblic favor is Fair View to the north .
- wes of the city. It is a ulace beau I For Every Store Owner 'J.EMcKAY' .

tiful for situation. One of the most CONTRACTOR AND41LDEL I Iy
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portions city
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bordering two lakes makes an ideallocation. tric Sign is the. cheapest and most effective Prices.That Are aa
1 advertising. Inducement
.number of beautiful homes have All, Work, Guaranteed.MIIIIIIIMIMHIIMIti.
Phone for to call and submit .
7 ken built nd'are well kept The our Sign Designer
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ever there; among those most.promi No Trouble to Us--No Expense to You.
Went are Mr. Frank Purdy and Mr.
Edward Lautenschlager, who have Four H. P. Models $20000Seven ;
beautiful homes and take great en- H. P. Models, $250.00

i onths.joyment in Concord They here lake lay during and claim then,to the I some.every winter fish I"tORNDO W TR[ & lI T CO.i \ ELIJAH Ftmeral Embalmer- Directorand .-HAND,. : : O. 3R IKiipert:

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The first street paved with Portland ',The importance keeping premises
.cement concrete for the city of Davenport' clean and attractive, and especially Hew IPS A FAIR PROPOSITIONTO
was completed in the fall of 1909 where provisions are made and kept Everything
( and comprised about 3,000 sq. yds. In for sale, can not be over estimated. ,
'1910, about 16,00 sq. yd... were laid, Big business institutions have joinedin ASSUME THAT YOU ARE 3
This was widely distributed, consist- the sanitation movement. A num-

\ing of small jobs, and was still con- ber of manufacturing institutions IN LACES EMBROIDERIES, SHIRTS, KI- APPRECIATIVE OF THE VERY
sidered less dubious maintain manicure departments for
a more or experiment -
By the spring of 1911, the the benefit of the employes who are: BEST. WE ARE SPECIALISTS IN
,earliest paving had withstood two engaged in packing food products.. HOUSEHOLD GOODS AND SCHOOL t i
winters and two seasons of traffic, and A mercantinel establishment in Philadelphia SUPPLIES.McCULLQCffS. i
its condition seemed to warrant the has offered a premium of 15 Electrical Wireing and Motor Work 3
continued use of concrete. During cents to each employe every time that 11'
the season of 1911, over 18,000 sq. the employe takes a bath, with the ; NEWELL. ELECTRICAL COMPANY
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yds. of concrete paving, were laid in number\ limited to seven each week. "rr"'. '" .'. '''
the city of Davenport, and the ad- The company furnishes bathrooms, ARCADE BUILDING'
Joining town of Bettendorf' with. 'a nickel-plated equipment ,and ,all the : DEPARTMENT STOREOPPOSITE J t ; CHURCH ST.
population of about.900, laid. in the appliances which..are needed to keep 1 l PHONE 280I
summer of 1911 a little over a mile the army workers dean.
of concrete paving in'its
including nearly 29,000 square yards. ium bath system is expected to taxthe
,The city of Davenport:has either con- company's purse to the extent of CALL and BE CONVINCED -
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tracted advertised for bids for near $33,000 in twelve months. But it is " Jo e
'. ly 40,000 square yards of concrete considered by the business 'establish- "LOWEST PRICES ALWAYS"
street pavement to be'constructed in ment that health is just a little more The Best. is the Cheapest
the season of 1912. important than money making, and ,I' .-
With tone exception all the concrete should take,precedence over financial
paving laid in the city has been'on matters. u' ,
residence streets where there 'is no 'Sanitation is .merely cheap insurance I. ,
continuous heavy traffic, and has stood 'against sickness. It is,gratify- .1 .. . Paints, and Wall PaperTHE
up under both weather and traffic ing to note that the movement is .
Cost Mark Is
conditions in a satisfactory manner. sweeping the nation and is conserving My i
The city, a number of years ago, pav- human life. 1912 WALL PAPER. IN SAMPLES \
ed several rather steep hills with bev- IS GRAND AND l WILL BE PLEASED .
eled vitrified brier'with"a ''Telford 'Because Priesident Wilson is look- ;
macadam strip ten feet wide in the 7
ing for brains: instead of dollars in
center. These macadam strips washed making appointments of foreign ministers ; I, DO IS,. TO' TELEPHONE-< ;-- ." AND.. 'I WILL., .
badly andawer in\an, impassible .J BRING THE SAMPLE TO. YOUR'H01lE., .
he is'having*some ,trouble; in
condition within]a few;years: .. 'We' securing available, men,for the diplomatic 1 r' 1234567890If r !
have recently replaced! these center' earpa.I I Wouldn't it be refreshing : "! 1
strips with a one-course concrete' however, to have in our dip- .' GEO. A. BARKER .. PHONE' 268 ;SI
pavement from four to six inches' 'h.
lomats men of ability who would rep-
thick and corrugated with a "hit or resent this nation from the stand- you want. anything in the Gents' -- -- --
miss' tamper. The grade of these point of the people rather than to be '. \ I ,(, .. .. -. .
hills varies from 9% to 12 cent,i Furnishing Line the '
per toadies to ,the rich and aristocratic? now is ace -
and in one instance the paving receives 4 STILES
very heavy traffic. It has been'. The more money you have the V*more y' , 'cepted TimeCLRKROBERTSON : IM. I I S I G MILLI {
noticed that teamstersgenerally I !
fun,.will cost
yur you.
-_to-drive:on.the;:concrete center I I ,
trip rather than on the brick sides.' r

The only :signs of failure so far < } N H [ T Laces Embroideries
have developed at the transverse ex- I _I ; t ,
pansion joints which were left unprotected bsc Hand t

save' for a sand filler. In 'ft : and Dress Materials
fact none of'our concrete pavements' &Soif .
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to far has shown any failure ulidermJlic 4
save at the expansion joints j Sttcenon to E. Hand Before you go north for the sum
don't fail to let ' .
mer, ]
From a collapsed warehouse in FULL LINE OF COMPLETE Weekly Sentinel. It A.'N. K HYERS-: USSESHMLTOMDUM

Louisville, Ky., 5,000 barrels of perfectly HOUSE FUR thoroughly posted on of Artildal .
good' whiskey went, floating .NISHINGSCOME in this section. Call Fancy Columns and .
away down the river. Ifs dry terri i let us show you a Sentinel.'F'R Ornamental Work Agents for Barclay Corsets
tory down along the 'Mississippi, and, IN AND SEE US costs a dollar a 'and Railroad -
isn't there a law against takiug'liguor I

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ing \'isit.a. store which has Honest and Progressive Methods as a foundation
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backed by the combination of Elegant Goods, Honest Values and r

courteous; and appreciative service. All of these you will find here, and it isthis

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'South Florida Sentinel GETHER' .
The, Law ,department of) the Stateof
. MORNING"AND WBKLT Come, brethren,' let us waste no I Missouri ousted the Standard Oil
time on what is past The present Company from the State. It won
Entered at the post office at Orlando demands our attention. No time to notable victories in State and Federal I ,
Second Clad MaO Matter.
Florida u C
hair. Let for courts. It .. .... '
pull us pull together was unsparing of time, .< :
, SUBSCRIPTION RATES s the good of Orlando. This city has a labor and money. It was inspired by ,
4 great future; it is going some right the idea that in banishing a great of- When You Choose j ,
THE DAILY SENTINEL now, and if you simply hang on to fender from the State in obedience ,
One year ...... ....... ......$5.00 the tail board_ of the band wagon you to the law was performing a public ( ,
Six Months ................... 150 liable hurt when the service. ; :
Three Months ................. 1.25 are -get- wagon. -. . - Gift of ., :
goes round the bend. Just jump rightin Yet, when judgment had been pas- a Jewelry .
and join the crowd-as happy a sed and it was represented that the .
By newt carrier la Orlando. 50 caw per
wmth Daily and Sunday. crowd as ever piled into a wagon monopoly's discomfieture would inflict -

t 'The Orlando Morning Sentinel can be found since the days of Uncle Josh and his a hardship upon a few of its em-
a talc in Orlando at Curita A-OTfoft Book load of pumpkins. ployees, the Legislature was persuaded -
' !\ore. Don't be afraid that any body will to pass a law nullifying the action GIFT THAT MUST
We will appreciate prompt complaint if pick your pockets. Orlando citizensare of the courts and extending to BEAR EVERY TEST OF TIME AND JUDGMENT AND ,-
delivery is not properly made by our earrien.Adevrtiking neither pick pockets or sand bag- the oil company once more the free- TASTE. WHEN YOU SELECT FROM THE STOCK OF

; .- rats will be fun ahecl on apMc gers. So get right in and make your dom of the State. By Gov. Major's EVANS YOU ARE SECURE. FOR HERE EVERY PIECE
i tJon. self at home. most righteous veto the enactment has EVEN THE MEREST TRIFLE-IS CHOSEN BY EX-,
; THE WEEKLY SENTINEL Don't wag your head now, of course been defeated.
for year by pottage fLOO some of us have made mistakes and In the annals of the recall of ju- 1
Address THE SENTINEL Orlando Florida. paid ten cents a pound for peaunts dicial decress this performance should RECOGNITION. ;
Office 107 Court Street. Arcade Banding
PboM Z4 when they might have been boughtat have a conspicuous place. If the peo- THE BEAUTY, THE STYLE, THE WORKMANSHIP,
seven and a half. May be we have ple or their representatives are so ARE ALWAS THE BEST.
J. F. SCHUMANN, Editor. put sand where clay ought have been, anxious to upset the courts that they
JOSIAH FERRIS Proprietor. or clay where brick ought have been, will array themselves o.n the side of EVANS' FAIR AND MODERATE PRICES ARE AS FAMOUS .
and so on and so forth. Let us just Standard Oil r what may be looked for AS EVANS' BEAUTIFUL AND EXCLUSIVE DESIGNS

: .TUESDAY, APRIL 15TH, 1913. admit that lots of mistakes have'been next? COMPARISON OF VALUES INVITED. -
made; but they are made and no use

Queen Mary's hobby, it is said, .is crying over spilt milk. Just forget WHAT TO DO WITH THE CITY
. saving silver. What_ is Queen Mary's it all, in a hundred years you won't COUNCIL"An
Trobby's hobby? know it any way. In the language of
o the colored parson, just keep on a interested" person who signs
ry And the time of year has again smilin', keep a workin' and de sun will himself "Tax-payer"
i to take his life in his hands and mornin'. Just take dat chip off your what we are going to do with our T.U.Evansthe
step out upon the diamond.o shoulder, before somebody walk over city council when we get commission ; Jeweler
and knock your block off. Just get government Why, keep on cussing
4 There are indication that some busy throwin' dirt-not at yer neigh- them, of course. That is what theyare
congressmen take the very narrow bor, but out dat channel, dat will ok, for. It is your religious duty to OPPOSITE POST OFFICE
:I View, that qualification is no qualification better than the Panama Canal Throw I cuss them, even after they are out of
t for appointment to office. bricks, not at your brother's head, office. Cuss every theing. That's the EXPERT REPAIRING AND ENGRAVING.
0 but de nigger in de streets for he is way to build up a city. Find fault
5 Those who have gathered around going to pave dem till dey look like with every 'thing and every body, or
the political festal board in Washington the streets of gol'. Don't scol' 'bout you have failed in a sacred duty.

find to their sorrow, that pie dat new charter, dat done made now, Score every thing that has not the
unlike glory, can not be stretched to an you'll be claimen dat you's de- 'rig- stamp of your making. Pronounce
any great length. 'nal in a year from now. So jes' get everything unclean that does not show
o busy, cleanin' up your own yard and your finger marks. Speak evil of

Hobble skirts were worn by the may be dat your neighbor will take your neighbors, and thereby fulfill.the SILK
Romans, according to a Uuniversity de hint, and go do like wise, and dis commandment, "love thy neighbor as! STOCKINGS
of Chicago professor. And you can will be de cleanes', nices' town dis as thy self." Wink and give a know-
tee them in the museums now on the I side ob beaben. So you keep whist- ing nod when reference is made to
Egyptian mummies. lin' and a smilin' and you'll be so hap- your successful competitor, this will
o py dat folks won't know wedder you command respect for you. Always
A law is asked for'requiring shoes be goin' fishin or wedder you be gain' parade the faults of others and the .
not made wholly of leather to be to heaben." importance of your self and ,the
stamped, but isn't there danger that oCOMPULSORY world will rise up, and sit down on For Day

they might split if the wearer should EDUCATION you.
j'' stamp them very hard? o
o Florida needs a truant law, and OHIO STATE LOAN and
needs it enforced. The education that
Stones are found in Nevada which,
when placed apart, begin to travel boys get on the,streets is not to their The Ohio State Legislature is
toward a common centre. The presence advantage and does not,improve their making an appropriation of $3,000 EveningWear

of lodestone or magnetic ,iron morals. 000 from the state funds which will ,
ore is the explanation of the phenomenon. There are a lot of small boys loiter: be loaned to Building and Doan Associations !
;. ing around on the streets smoking of the flood districts to aid yOur
o cigarettes every day who ought to be in building up the devastated partsof
in school These become the men who the state, by long term loans. The
The man at the machine made a
loiter around on the streets, and who loan associations will take mortgage
copse of figures in Sunday morning's
fill the alms houses. securities and deposit these with the .
X, The I
paper. amount paid out by the
Better spend money for schools than state treasurer as security for the
Exchange during the past
for jails and alms houses. state funds.
thirty days was $151,000 instead of Personal Guarantee
Compulsory education is recognizednow There is not a country in the world :
by practically every state in the where men guided by a spirit of
o Union as the proper method of deal- brotherly love get together and labor Accompanies Every Pair
Have you ever' noticed that when with truant children and recreant
ing for mutual good as in America Thisis
s "yaller" but and barks ata
a cur runs
parents. why they rise from any calamity.
really big dog, the old fellow moves The school is the 'best investmentthat

right along without ever turning his the tax payer makes and but few THE NEW CHARTER '. Marion
B. Ives
w head. Should a really big man do less men contribute to the school fundgrudgingly.
than a really big dog?
Many people enquire what next in
0 It is our duty to take care of our' regard to the new city charter?
'With several hundred new housesto boys and girls and we can do themno The situation now is this:

'L build this summer, a modern sewer greater service than give them an The Charter has been approved by EXCLUSIVE MILLINERY
system to install and fifteen miles of education. the people and the result of the elec- PARLORS
paving to do no one has time to stand o tion will be certified to the legislaturefor .

around and grumble. The grumblers COUNTY DIVISION their approval, and if it is approved -
will be in the way. by that body it becomes a part of Second FloorGRAND

-- If the Florida legislature is made up the Charter or, the Charter of Or-
;<' Here's the California legislature of statesmen who regard themselvesas lando. ,

1: ,expending grey matter, and time the representatives of the people, The whole matters is up to the
gravely debating the proper size of rather than politicians who recognizeno state law makers now.
canary bird cages. These great mod- obligations to others than their o THEATRE.
em problems do severely tax the masters, and fellow trappers, there CIVIC LEAGUE MEETING. "Juggling With Fate"Selig-
minds of men, now don't tjhey? will not be many counties divided at Municipal League met in regular ma. A very interesting offering.
"The Open Switch," Kalem dra- COMPLETE
F. o this session. There is. absolutely no session last night in the Civic Tea
The steps of the Los Angeles street call for any time to be wasted in heap- Room and made reports and discussed ma. A sensational railroad drama. p1 STOCKOF

: ,cars are to be lowered for the comfort ing a useless expense on ,Florida tax, many matters of importance. These "The Deputy's Sweetheart"Seligdrama.

of passengers wearing hobble payers. young men are live wires and have
skirts. Apparently the Los Angeles I, The Florida politician can no longer under advisement several measuresof A big special feature for Wednes-
street car managers don't believe that throw sand in the eyes of the voter. importance to the city. They will day. "The Millionaire Cowboy," the
the hoopskirt is coming in again right The man who goes to the legislatureand let no opportunity pass to improve biggest comedy that ever came to
r; away. fails to give his people a square conditions in Orlando and will devote Orlando. Comedies are usually small
affairs, but the back grounds of this Spring
i o deal, is a pitiable mortal. their energies to civic conditions
"Can the Chicago Automobile Club's o during the summer.A picture are the great Wild West, Lake _
run with such a destination as Bostonin RAIN DAMAGE IN FLORIDA. resolution was passed indorsing Michigan and the City of Chieago."Pathe's .
I Weekly. will also be shown. Styles
,view be rightly described as a "joy House Bill of the state legislature,
ride'?" asks the Chicago Record- Miles of Crops South of Miami Are calling for an investigation of freight The temperature in Orlando last .
rt Herald. Well, of ,course, the automo- Under Water. rates in Florida and especially pro; night was sixty-seven degrees. In
; bilists, after seeing how delightful New York, April 14.-Robert T. testing against the discrimination on Atlanta, Ga., at the same hour, it

in Boston is, will naturally feel sad on Cochran &: Co., received advices from long and short haul rates. A copy of was forty-eight Birmingham, Ala., FASHIONABLEAND
their way back to Chicago. the Oakland and Winter Garden sections the resolutions will be sent to representative showed a temperature of fifty-one. I

o of Florida this week, that the I S. A. Robinson and to the )
For the benefit of our street commissioners cucumber crop was an absolute fail- author of the bill. The Orlando Equal Suffrages
who are interested in the ure on account of rust caused by the It was the sense of the meeting I League is now duly organized. The JICOMING
subject of street paving we call their heavy and continuous rains. that the league accept the result of II object as .announ ed by their consit-
attention to "The Concerte High- One of the firm's representatives the recent election on City Charter,1 tution is to work for the advance-
: ways." It is a magazine publishedby traveled from Miami as far south asDetroit I I as the voice of the people and that ment of the industrial, legal and educational Straw
the Association of American ce- and reported that almost everything the league bend its energies in help- rights of women; to study
ment workers and is full of useful from Larkin, a small ship- ing secure good men for the new of- civics; and to secure equal suffrageby r
information relative to cement road i ping point, to Detroit is under water fices under the new charter. I appropriate state and national
building. and the crops are entirely ruined Resolution was passed thanking all,legislation. We prophecy that Flor- Hats
o Conditions south of Miami are very the people who had contributed to ida will be the first of the Southern tI Ja
There promises to be a'general exodus bad and this is one of the heaviest to the stores sent the flood sufferers states (unless it be Tennessee) to i
of lazy husbands from the tomato shipping sections on the east- and letters of acknowledgement'from give the rights of citizenship to her I
state of Washington anon, for the ern coast Above Miami up to Boyn- the mayor of Cincinnati were read. women. Tennessee, however, ranks 1
legislature out that way has concocted ton, a great deal of damage' has been high in educational advancement-:I
x; a law that is sure to prove most done by the heavy rains. In spots The Turks accept the terms of Miami Metropolis. f

obnoxious to the pater families who however, conditions are fairly good peace proposed by the powers. The ---- I! Brown & Lartigue
prefers to sit on the mossy bank of but on account of the rains of the only fly in the ointment is that the Al- And then the popular election of I ,.
some convenient stream communingwith past few weeks, the losses will, run lies don't and they insist they are senators will probably bring about the il i
nature, while his wife takes in I into thousands of dollars-New York going to have something to say about the election of popular senators, which! .. .
washing to support the family. Packer. it ,* we hold, would be some change. I II

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1 iiffIflLJ Y NOW IN THE MATTER OF ,pairs for $1.00 that we thinkare

HOSIERYWe very fine. Others think so

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

|, best line of Hosiery that money selling. Three colors, Black,
HOSE White and Tan. Ask to see
can buy, and our customers area
1MS them.
unit in declaring that they
never bought such good hose for
Well, Yes We have the nic
price. We are just a little t

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

men and Children and feel that we can give you some extra harder price is only $1.00 and 125.

values in the Shoe Line, if you will only makeyourwantsknown this season than usualto We have them in

I I We carry the famous "SOROSIS" line of shoes for Women, make the line the VERY Ginghams,

as well as the. "QUEEN QUALITY" line, and in the Mens BEST. We have all colors Linens, Percales, and novelty
goods, we have a line of shoes that are made specially to order goods, and in all the best shades.
for 'us, and we KNOW they are right, and we stand back of i both Silk and Lisle, for men or

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

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

makers, and prepay the express charges. Just simply bring I We also have are such extra values that they
"special" in
o them to us, and we will satisfy you.Among can not resist the temptation to
Ladies Silk Hose, at 35c or three
buy, just look for yourself.


I RT /: ., ,..'. "- ._\ ..... Don't the Place Forget r. N. BO&RM&& D &N106 l S.. Orang e Ave.k .

San Juan from Baltimore was H. W. N. P. Yowell, who studies boys I -
WADE : McClure.Mr. like the new wife studies the cookbook I Perhaps nothing in the realms of JANUARY FOOL-The good-in- -

THE TUNER is always planning somethingto motion pictures has created more enthusiasm tentioned gink who gets on the Wa- Former Citizen of Orange County

ORLANDO FLA. I: W. A. Kerr, arrived in Orlando please the ,boys-something that in Orlando amusement ter Wagon on the first of the month, Writes of the Things We Hare

: last night from St Petersburg. Hem will appeal to their young manhoodto houses than the series. of pictures and gets off at the first brewery. Which He Misses Greatly

stopping at the San Juan. swell with pride and make their now being shown at the Favorite FEBRUARY FOOL-The Ground There

!! lives responsive to the beautiful and theater. These life pictures, taken on Hog who flatters himself that he Taft, Kern Co., Cal., April 8, 1913.

Mr. Walter C. Tyndall has left Or1ando' -i!I I Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Tompkins and good. With this aim in view and the greatest ranch in the world, comprising knows more about the weather than If the Sentinel did net catch up withme

for his home in Birmingham,!i|rJ. P. Mitchell and daughter, of Peeks- knowing so,well the route to a boy's one hundred thousand acres, the Weather Clerk-both of 'em together away out on the confines of the

Ala. vine, N. Y., are in Orlando guestsof heart, he planned a very nice social devoted to ranching are splendid know less than the hole in I Pacific coast I would be without local
I I the San Juan. gathering for his Boy Presbyterslast productions. In these picturesof aI news in Orange county. In many

Mrs. M. B. Tuscan, who has been:i I Saturday night in their Sunday ranch life, with all the fasci- zero.MARCH FOOL-The wise I I ways the paper gives much news that

guest at the Summerlin, left yes I Mr. Thomas King, whose home is school social room, and each boy nating interest of life on the western ; who kids himself that summer gazabo has a letter seldom contains.

terday I for Ashville, N. C. in Elmira, N. Y., and who has spent with a sweet girl friend, was on deck plains is portrayed so vividly that i come, takes off his "heavies," is suddenly -I,I After reading Joe Rice's letter ina

the winter in this city county, left and a most enjoyable social eveningwas you can hardly realize that you are taken off himself,leaving a wife i I Sentinel received yesterday I wrote
Mrs. Helen C. Blood, one of our for his home last night / I spent Refreshments were serv- not in reality sitting out in the midstof and seven children, but no life insur-'|him a few rambling thoughts of the
winter guests has gone to her home ed and in his part of the program, the Oklahoma prairie watching the II ance. old days in Orlando and Orange

in St. Louis. i the boys, including Mr. Yowell, showed cowboy performances, which includes I[I county..
| Mr. J. H. Lee and Dr. C. C. Thayer, I APRIL FOOL-The wise gazabo]I, .
two of the substantial and honored themselves adepts. every department of ranching' who kids himself that summer has When we landed in Orlando, Oct.
Mr. and Mrs. Dermott, and Mrs. I Thus Mr. Yowell has extended Miller Bros. (10, 1881, on two streaks of
of the
another rust
: citizens of Oviedo, were in the city I i I owners ranch come, takes off his "heavies," is suddenly (
Thomas Fisher left Orlando' yesterday I yesterday and were callers at the i, aid to the boy who is yet upon!' own at this ranch the finest and most taken off himself, leaving ai I I i I twenty-two miles in length there was

jor Cynthia, Ky. Sentinel 1 i the first lap oi life and it is a safe elaborate country home in the world, wife and seven children, but no life!i I only one plank sidewalk in town in

prophecy that in after years, these : and conduct a modern farm and insurance. front i of James DeLaney's store, with

Mr. and Mrs. Selegin, who have I Miss Grace Boone, who graduates'I young men will point to the helps extended ranch. MAY FOOL-The suburbanite who I I I|I two other general merchandise stores,

spent the winter in Orlando, left for from the Rollins School of Expression' to them by Mr. Yowell I Every manner of fowl known to expends $85.35 for ,garden seeds and Shep Shine & Company's and Bill

their Illinois home Sunday.Mr. I' in May, will give her senior recital helped them get a manly grip on the poultry yard, all manner of domestic tools, to say nothing of the expenditure I'Patrick's with Power's ventilated

Wednesday evening at 8:15 inLyman life's great problems. animals, and the methods of of much and perspiration meat market comprised the entire
Perry Taylor, one of Geneva' I of class handling them here shown. business of Orlando at that time.
Gymnasium, Winter Park. Membership : are when he all
I. can buy the vegetables -I I
rprising citizens, spent Mondayin I, Robert Lewter, DeLaney Way, Herding and shearing sheep, round- he can raise in the market for Macey was mending and making

Orlando on business. , .,.'I t: MR G._Patterson: sad tea,-Horace Richard Yowell, Kirby Douglas, Willis i jing ,up, cattle, and breaking bucking $8.14. wagons in connection with a. needed

IB.I who have been spending the past J Jr Rogers' Orlie Lobean, Edward P. .ponies to the saddle are shown in western JUNE FOOL-The man who marries blacksmith shop. ;
Messrs. Daniel Hart and Billie I[five months in Orlando, will leave :Hyer, Bert Walker, Justin Schuman, manner. The famous long horn the girl because it is June, instead .)I| Col E. A. Richards furnished ;
Jacobs, of Chuluota, were among the 'Geo. Dolive Chas Evans Texas steers and buffalo and ready-made houses for
I I tomorrow for their home in South Chesley many of wedding her on her birthday 1 I on application
visitors to Orlando, Monday. Merrimac, N. H., They are greatly ]Magruder, Carlton Page, Peyton other animals peculiar to that countryare thus being able to buy, in after people to live in after they are.deadlFor
I I :]Musselwhite. shown. a long time previous, however
pleased with Orlando and will return years, both a birthday present and ,
Mr. Chas. T. Embry, of Tampa, will ; early in the fall Officers: The closing real of the Wild West an anniversary present for the priceof Orange county was so healthy it
arrive in the city today on a short I Robert Lewter, V-Pres. Kirby Do- Show carries the mind back .to the either. finally became necessary to kill a man

visit to his sister, Mrs. DeVanlt I I T. P. O'Brien of Green Springs, live, Sec.; Richard Yowell, Treas. circus in town days so effectively that,I JULY FOOL-The same fat man to start a cemetery.
one is inclined to look for the i It still maintains the most of the
Ohio, came into Orlando from the peanut who, in December, drank gin fizzes
Mr. George H. Hord, has sold his 1 1 and lemonade stands.It healthy reputation.
North Sunday afternoon and is spend- LUCERNE THEATRE.Mr. 'to keep him warm, and now drinks
property at Oakland and will return I:ting a week in the city before going( J. B. Magruder, true to his is entertainment overflowingwith them to keep him cool i Not long afterwards the real spiritof
io Indianapolis from whence he came.i
:further south. Mr. O'Brien is a' promise, is giving the people great genuine amusement and chuck AUGUST FOOL-The same fat' progress leavened the entire area

j teacher and wants to retire, to the picture shows and the great crowd full of instruction. man who, in December, drank gin'of southland, including Orlando and
Mrs. M. E. Limerick will leave this
*farm and is looking over this state that greets each night's show ,indi- The house was packed for three fizzes to keep him warm and now I Orange county, which according to
week to visit her son, Mr. Will Limerick full shows last night This afternoon the truth-telling Sentinel has not
: with view in. end., eates how well Mr. Magruder has drinks them to keep him cool
who is now a resident of Brooksvflle. -t gauged the theatre pulse of Orlando there will be a matinee al 2 o'clock SEPTEMBER FOOL-The householder ceased since clayed streets and roads

and tonight shows from 7 to 10:30. were made a of the
part general improvement
Mr. C. M. Starner and wife, of who does not order his win
f Ohio left for Last night, he two regular ter coal for dollar plan. '
Frazenburg, yesterday gave a a, ton less than
those who have tarried in,i PRESBYTERIAN REPORT i Not a day has since
passed left
their northern home. Mr. Starner shows at the price of one. To give he will have to pay next month. I we
Orlando beyond their stay was Mrs.; Orlando, Dec. 12, 1900 for California
said if business matters had not six reels of high grade pictures at 1 I OCTOBER FOOL-The husband I ,
Jane Ralston, who ,left yesterday fort|
called him'aWl1, that Orlando wouldbe one entertainment is certainly out of The Presbyterian congregation was who saves 75 cents by not startingthe ;metaphorically burning the bridges

Pittsburg. his home, but when he returns in, the ordinary, yet, this is what is being pleased Sunday morning to find the furnace fire, and so contracts i behind us, that I have not yearnedto

I the fall he intends to stay. The Sentinel -,, done at the Lucenre. following statement on the program, pneumonia. return long enough, at least, to

Mr. John T. Dale, Mrs. J. E. Arnold I will keep them posted on the 1 1 i! The entire balcony of four hun- which indicated a good and prosperous -!,I NOVEMBER FOOL-The grafter: .go down on the Ekoulokhatchie, with
Mr. H. Wood and Mr. P. B. Wieoff' I 1 I Chuluota neighbors for the
happenings in Orange county. ,dred ,comfortable seats ,at five centsto year: who ought to be in jail, wet who, on uniquefish
are in Palatka attending the Grand i is That the Church and congregationmay fry. Oh, those luscious mullet
all, day and evening, proving a Thanksgiving insists that he has
Lodge of Odd Fellows. t There is a w--: in Pennsylvaniawith ]I I I popular hit. The down stairs of over keep in touch with the financial nothing to be thankful for. Another dainty dish I miss is the

towel one hundred and four six hundred seats for these double side of our work the,following state DECEMBER FOOL-He who buys cabbage palmetto, cooked with a

Mrs. J. 0. Neill, Mr. and Mn.Frank I a of They don't last that shows are five cents in afternoonsand ment taken from the reports to Pres- expensive Christmas presents which liberal hunk of white bacon. Yum,
years age. And while
I the
is submitted. Contributionshave yam subject is
E. Hathaway, and mother, Mr*, Ben long down here where they are used ten cents at night bytery the recipients do not need or want, up-
nett leave today for Cedar Keyi,, right often. I This will be his rule all summer and been as follows: while many a poor kid goes hungry 1 permost don't fail to "pass" the Cuba

where they will spend a week. is a nice idea for our home people Foreign Missions ..... ....$ 861.00 I(for the lack of the price of a sand yams!
I i who remain here all summer, and who Assembly Home Missions .. 294.00 wich. t, The dinner would not be complete
Mr. Henry W.: Johnson, of Tampa, enjoy good clean amusement, full of Presbyterian Home Missions 484.00 without a big dish of grits and homemade -'
,Mrs. J. D. Redeker left yesterdayfor representing the Foster Brothers I instruction well Education and Ministerial I' | bacon gravy, with corn pone to

Louisville, Ky., where she was I' Manufacturing Company of Utica,I as Relief .. .. ... ........ ... 428.00S. Four laborers were killed in Pensa-|match. Yes, thank you, add the cup
called by the serious illness of her!I N. Y., is in Orlando today interviewing I S. Extension and Pub- cola on Wednesday when the ammonia of coffee with milk and long .sweetJening. .

daughter, Mrs. Laura Rusken Magill.e. ., dealers. ,ORANGE MARKET ADVANCING. cation ...... ....'... . .. 74.00 boiler at the Moore ice works ex-, .

Supplies Light at Chicago and Demand Bible Cause .. ... .... .. .. 77.00 ploded. The engine room was de- Give all the old friends, men, women

I Active. Thornwell Orphanage .... 270.00 I molished and much of the machineryof and children, a hearty shake of the ,
LMIMillliiliiiiliiiiMiiiitiiiiHiiiiiiiiilililMiiUNDERWEAR Chicago, April 12.There wasi the plant wrecyed. The ;
Congregational Expenses 5,665.00 explosionis hand for me and say we are planningfor
more activity in the orange market Miscellaneous ... .... ...... 197.00In said to have been teriffic and for a Florida visit and fish fry in
this week and desirable fruit met consideration of our icreased con- fumes were spread over the wholecity 1915 by automobile.

with a satisfactory demand at steady tributions to the cause of foreign missions I and many persons were greatlyalarmed. Sincerely yours, .
In fact, dealers were inclinedto .
prices.' and to stimulate to even better ,ROBERT A. MILLS.
look for further advances before

YOUR RIND, IN YOUR SIZE, AT YOUR PRICE t 1 very long on account of the.fac 'tha tundertake work the the Session entire support has decided of a ford to-I .

supplies are now pretty limited an
eign missionary for the coming year.
good fruit is becoming more scarce.
This will mean the payment of one i
Good California Navels cost $4 perbox
thousand dollars into the funds of
NAINSOOK FOR LONG, in car lots this week, and extra
the foreign board. : SERVED FREE
B. V. D. and SHORT fancy were quoted at $4.25.
) It will be good news to all Presby
Florida were scarce, and .
PETER HILL SLIM andSTOUT oranges terians to know that the entire obligations R
the market held well in spite of'the
'" up of the foreign board have been
1 -
fact that the quality in many Maxwell
paid and the work starts out on the House
BALBRIGGAN was not extra good. A con
$ ) and new fiscal without debt
LISLE THREAD AI 50c. op siderable part of the Florida oranges year any I !

per gar et offered are now deficient in juice,
POROSKNIT Mr. and Mrs. A. N. Foss, of South
having been left on the trees too i BlendTHE
Lake, Wis., were among Orlando's
and this
long before being picked,
out-of-town visitors yesterday.
stock sells slowly. Florida Val en-

SCRUGGS & DICKSONTHE i per cias box were in quoted a car lot at way.$4.25 to $4.75 Mr. Hal Estes, of Jacksonville, popular WORLD'S BEST COFFEEAT *,

The market on grapefruit was also traveling salesman, is in Or-
MEN'S OUTFITTERSHome healthy. Small size fruit from 54s'lands a guest of the San Juan. He i'J

up, sold in carlots at $2.75 to $3.25. it registered from Jacksonville.Let .

of Hart, Schaffner and Marx GothingHIIIMIMMMIMMMMilMMMMMIIMIHIICIIMIH I The larger fruit had to be ,discount The Pure Food Store_ t .
t ed; 36s were salable at $2.25_and 46s us write your Insurance on :j

,I at$150. that new building. Curtis & O'Neal. .
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$1.00; one month$1.00, *

; Oaring the first and second decadesof '-My daughter" said Judge Leadbet LOST-A black suit coat, satin lin
ing, trimmed with silk braid. Near
the twentieth century the women ter to Mr Ralph Fanning, "since sendIng'lou city limits' on road to Altamonte.
to me to ask for ber hand has
.f England and'America determined to Finder return to this office and receive
changed her mind Not'alt to her feelings
wrest the'vot, for themselves from self reward. 15-
toward you, but she has decided!
: teh man. The principal argument used
to the profession she has beet LOCAL "
pursue AGENTS Wanted
to handle
, -If citizens
rt against them;was: IOU are .
1. In one respect you most be citizen in studying under my tutelage. We area money making proposition, refer-
: ' voters race of lawyers and my daughter inherits ences must be given. Eureka Chemi-
Pecta. If you.
re are you
the family inclination.. After cal Co., Parrish,,Fla. 14-it
nnttlM soldiers.
' giving an affirmative answer to your '
The women triumphed But their GOOD : SALE
suit'she fell considering that marriage bargain real estate. Pine
securing the, rote brought about that would necessarily prevent her location in different parts of city.
which in the beginning they had notIntended. Address Mrs. E. W Bullock, 11
following a legal career, Shelby street Q '
their ,
Raving' proved .courage U-3l,
" "it seems to me, judge that this is a U -v j t., '
.and[endurance, they were'torcedto
do military,service. Tbe,more delicate case of breach,of.promise. I, too, hate ROOMS-For light housekeeping rea- :
inherited legal Instincts from a long sonable for the
Women summer. Apply 308
not induced
_4 could be to goth
line of J r1atl.; My 'great'grandfather North Orange, avenue. 4-15_ 6t
to, .polls.;'This gave thp men a majority -
was an associate United States Justice. .
- and an act'was passed by congress -
my grandfather was an eminent criminal BUY a lot in Thornton Park, a nice
requiring military service from lawyer""Enough. suburb in east part of the city. Carl ,' "
women as well as men. Jensen.
: > ,1 You enter a charge against "
To the 'surprise of'every one, they < '<; '''< :> ci; '' : ',
; ; .
my; daughter of breach of promise. OAK HILL is the beautiful / ; : ?
sprang forward withaIic Ity. That rob-dms- : J'o, :: ; .
aggressive spirit which had led many You shall have an opportunity to substantiate ion to the Northeast of the city and :,

of them to smash windows led them totenlist'and It and she to plead." I still' have some- choice-- lots. ..there.. .. \ ", :, ,:- //'
The judge called a maid and told her Carl Jensen.. .
., ,
;; the woman's .brigade of the
,to ask Miss Margaret to step into his
United States army was organized and it1 d1. The lady came, in,' somewhat Wanted-Spare books, magazines,
placed under'the command of women etc.
Shanibarger's Free I
surprised to see Mr.Fanning there and Reading
officers 'The corps'' bad hardly been ; Room and Library 4-3 d3t-wlt : Run
completed when the anarchic conditionof curious to know why :'she had been 6,000 miles, perfect conk

summoned. WANTED .position as
of Mexico rendered intervention; necessary manager,
.i "My dear," said her father "Mr. caretaker and ,collector for.non1.
War of
and the Mexican : 1846
.' woman's'brigade Fanning charges you with breach of resident property owners. By man ofexperience dition. Car complete not
was rePeated. The defect.
I promise. I do not understand that It who can give it dose_'at a
sent with other by sea to .. .
was troops -
zed Is for 'the 'purpose of :1a1 nlDgdam, tention. Address. Collector,- Sentinel : :; '- < : "
Yen'CrnIInd began I'rapid march
ages, but:I cannot allow you'to'treat 4- .
: Am
toward:the capital leaving Orlando.; Must
any one unfairly,. What have you tory WANTED-Old ell
Almost on tbe exact ground on which .Mirriorg reaflYered,
to the charge him andthen ,
was fought.a century before, tbe battle making them as good as new. New ) I
of Buena Vista another fight occurred throwing m'OTerJ", ones made to order by the latest im- :: ,i ,':..11. '; ,.

between'"the Mexicans and,' "I pleanotjullty;" proved French process and 'damp J ,.
"Very well Xow"Fanning proof 'Neking'pu them.
you may on, Send
which the women took I'conaplcupart. -
proceed to state-your case." postal, name and"address to E A. 'J ,
ous But, unfortunately for Gen- _'.. , .' :" ...
"M; attentions1 I to Miss' Margaret I I Beyston, and I will call'and take Y t "

; oral Pollywottle,, the American ,eonmender.1tO order., ; I Mar&lm . . . .. .
hare noticeable
.been and noticed by "
Us first fight such \ .' ', ', ,
; with .: ., ,: : .
mutual friends for e
months She
i he 'J :
an auxiliary'and. Wu,utterly Ignorant'W'certain FOR 'SALE-New seven-won house, i
accepted various, trifles from me, '
provisions he sbooW *8J all modern improvements. -
;; have made-to guard'agalnsTcontlngen. espeeLsily'gifta! ..of. flowers, ,Indicatingthat $ ,OOO. Will,take automobile a \,

des tot which they were'liable.Io my attentions were agreeable to pay. I Address Owner, care Sent

this .respectthe' Mexican com her. Last evening I called, upon her. "' ; nn
mander. Antonio. Rodriguez Busta ,We were'sitting In a cozy room In this FOB SALE-About four acres, 96
,house before afire of trees seven old lake Adair
blazing togs. An years on
m0nto, proved-greatly: the &inerican'ssuperior. of the last of ten minutes walk from Orange avenueon .. .
aroma lot cut flowers 1 -- '
'''' '
.. The,Mexicans, were drawn Apopka road. 'See owner on .' ': ;, : :: / >, ,,' : 'rl.t -
arranged prem t ,
; 1
sent her ,In Dresden : '' ; : ; '-
a vase :
( : ;
HP In line, of ;battle to, resist the :ad ises., Sam M.Cooley. 10-lwk. :. ::1't :
liulledthemeelT" by her own shapely hands pervadedthe . .,.;, ., ,:: ., : : /\ "
n nce'\of the gmencinee! ; who

;, against-'their "enemy ,with apartment The cheery firelight] For'Exchange. or Sale SEE

'i8at The woman's brigade,'be ,contrasted delightfully, :with the wintergloom" For other
Tgor. I acreage or property in
ing's parr of,:the r SffVe, *wod"underarms I without! Wf sat,side Oran or:Lake Counties for four e'c" .
waiting to lb&,,k4award. off a large"'j : I gs-in i Kttsburgh,,Pa. Houses
impatiently' 'jbjectr cried"the lady. I binging good rent. All modern build- Cook
Amanda* ; Co.
Colonel Patterson i Automobile_
nYoD>$!on ta not sustained," ruled 'k !fowled separate if. > :
of the First regiment eat her bone superbly. irk J- _
., In uniform cut the judge. .1 I. .
resplendent a :
; ; "
and decorated,Jn-a,fashion that excited prefer to respect thdefendant1
j Imo.l717
the,admiration and envy of the',whole ? wishes," said tbe plaintiff. I WlIlt.j I: Orlando Florida
Fortescue "I, will omit tbe rest of what happened ,
:Mfldred rode
4, j2TJ x Major LOST Diamond horseshoe Finder
ftcept So far It to the law
!Jw Patterson to :ask.,ber as pertains
to Colonel : please,return to San Juan Hotel
eM who was her t (Uor. Colonel:Patterson ot ,contracts.: I then and ,there asked and claim reward. 9-4t .!(s1jtIttIittltttunH:1HhItitiii1tI1Iit1I11IIIiIIIII,1:1tHhI:, $ : II:111rTHEOAKLAND.

Information, 'this I your 'daughter to be my wife. Her -, '' -... "' .-.-..,. "
:r refused to give the ..
+ ,
bead "
sank""I .
:, led to hot; words between the two, in WANTED-Young lady to act as '.. .; t' .' -
object agalnf cried the lady. .
which many of their subordinates join- tbat'I book keeper and saleslady. Refer- .. ;
ed, and before long their shrill word "The plaintiff states in one breath ence,required.. Apply Singer Sewing ,
,' could be'heard,above the singing,but be will omit what happened'except 'as Machine Co. 113t. TO NEW YORK BOSTON "
lets and shrieking shells. to a contract he claims to have been ,

-For 'heaven's take," ,roared the made and in the next breaks his promise WANTED business partner in a AND" ALL

American 1an4 r to an aid "sent ." manufacturing business with well
I I Norlkeri aid Eastern Points
} J trade.
established Need
Our "I beg the defendant's pardon. con. more capital "
those women Into the fight! menan't '
hear the orders'for the din they tinned Mr. Fanning. "What occurredwu'the'delight'of and will take partner with or will make a THE CAR RestFul and Healthful( Sea' Voyage
$15,000 to $20-
my life. I was in a '
make., and there'll be a panic. Order 000 capita Plant up to date and in 01 6200-Ton M .dern Steel
their general to lead them against the whirl of joy""Yes -
excellent condition. Address Manufacturer -
T enemy's:left: flank ,and turn, it If possible yes" interrupted tbe judge. , in care of Sentinel tf THAT EVERYBODY ;FARES. Steamships 400 Feet
Should they succeed,the battle "The:court understands ail that He ,Lolli.
{ u has been there himself, though many IS 'TALKINGAUT I FROM Slopoyr.tI
.is won. For Sale-New modern .residence, I -,, SavanaakIf
General Angelina De' Lancy, a young rears ago. Please confine yourself to six rooms and bath on Summerlin JACKSONVILLE desired

Rtcommander of whom much was expected the contract""Your'daughter avenue. Will sacrifice for quick sale. I

,'as 'soon v as she received tbe or her beautiful face Apply 306 North Orange avenue. ,

,; der, drawing her sword swung it over burled against my breast whisperedYes' 4-6 6t ASK FOR BEMONSTRATION Fda.. InlenMtSftli 'v' ::
I her, head Unfortunately she severed [ New York 24.90 $19.00 '-._ \ ,

I two,ostrich feathers worth a hundred There'were a few moments of silence. FOR RENT-Furnished, my cottageon Bo ''on 28.10 23.00 3i
Lucerne Circle. Jas. A. KnoLFOR
dollars each, and so unnerved was she when the judge, announced to his SEE j Including. Hea/,uJ SIal. mAecomm Jmtto.t..St.mmn

a that :valuable rime was lost. When daughter that he was ready to hear ,c..mpeel.t,In"'"aI tnns tides fns ii pul .. -
she recovered from the loss of her her defense. RENT-Three suits of rooms, ,JACKSONVILLE OFFICE.: HOGAN ST.-riMtt 2M
furnished two unfurnishedRent MAGRUDERWELCOME i
one ;
a treasures she directed her bugler'' to "Your honor," she began-"I mean from April to October, or by the .d.,a. CA"MACK,T,r.A. W.L aoota'TIN ANitI

sound the advance.' papa-I base my defense upon that law year. Inquire, 105 E. Pine St ll-3t I. :

Now General Bustamento.'as 1 have .which has protected many minor in '. -- -- -' :-
sc said, :bad great experience with women an Inheritance, the law against exert- Wanted-The public to know that I ,4.I -

having been_ married seven,times ing undue Influence upon a testator: the ,Keystone Hotel under the new

which is once more than King Henry Mr.,,Fanning sought to deprive the noble management will be kept open all ..., II -
VIIL. and had, prepared an expedientfor profession of'the'law of my life summer' and reduced rates will be TOTiOYAL I

;them which on seeing their, line services. He took advantage of, our 'made during the summer season. _.e, I ORLANDOBUSINESS
4-8 3t Mrs. Ethel
..E: move forward, he put into operation. pleasant surroundings the cheerful '!

5, "What is that 'the enemy are firing firelight the aroma,of flowers the luxurious PALM COLLEGE

from those mortars asked the Amen sofa" WANTED-Position as chaffeur. Can 'I

can commander, raising his glass. "Chair?" Interrupted'the plaintiff. repairing, sober and reliable. Or ,

": They look like paper shells," re "Will you protect me?" cried the girl. will accept position, at any kind of BARBER SHOP
work. Address
P. 0. Box
r marked his chief of staff appealing to her father. 381. City 413.2t I, .
F_ treat wads of paper rose In the air "Another such interruption,*' said the Modern and Complete. I

scattered judge sternly to Fanning, "and 1 will I MODERN COURSES IN
a and breaking apart were on
fine Inspect er's biff stock of Everything new, individual
= the ground over which the woman' you totrontempt.
& brigade was passing Her and there "I claim," the defendant proceeded, Bicycle tires.Money electric attachment it. every
chair, No stone baa been left Single and Double Entry Bookkeeping Corporation
t i soldier In the ranks picked up one "that Mr. '.nnlnl'took advantage of 1

and became absorbed in reading iome> them surroundings to unduly Influenceme to loan on Improved prop unturned to make this shop i Bookkeeping, Banking, Shorthand,

thing printed and looking at pictures to bequoath myself to him insteadof ertf, 8.Y. WAY-tf meet th erequlrementa of the I

on Itr. my natural' Mr, the law." moat particular. Plenty of Typewriting, Penmanship, Commercial Law,

y> "Great heavens!' cried aner0! \' "And I claim," urged the plaintiff., room. Courteous .t nta.ELUA'U I Commercial Arithmetic, Spelling and all
t \jljwottte, ..tbtIN stopping to pick up "Hint m living herself to the law the GOOD WORK MULESFor r

;; *, The advance li delayed. defendant" dhlnherlti her natural heirs WIIITEHEAD, t Branches of Civil Service.

Precious time la being lost" a husband and children, besides wreck Proprietor, I

Presently' an officer\( from the wo: lug the life of myself the plaintiff in .
Are Orlando Fla.
Sale by Orange DAY AND
r' Ban's brigade was seen riding full sal" this c....

= I lop toward ,the ,commander in chief. A silence followed thro words, whkh I I

When she came up she salute and'\ were spoken with great depth of feel 1 H. G HarperSouth It I t Experienced Teachers in Charge Diplomas
Hid: Ing. It WAR broken by the judge, who ,
"Gentral' De Nancy directs me to report asked of Fanning: I Granted and Positions Secured for Gradu.

that the enemy ban fired n volleyof "Do you desire to enter any rebuttal Hughy St. Phone 534 I I ates.

fashion plates"with descriptive artCM !- of my daughter's statement ..

among the troops. This has checked "No, your honor. I rest my case, EVERTTHI1GIN I Patronize Home Institutions.

tbe advance and she II uO'be'to which 1 have summed up In my last Hauling of. all kinds, and plowing
words-that if the contract Is brokenit
) Induce them to advance farther They
F lit poring over tbe papers and are will result tn the wrecking of my I carefully: looked after. -. I
I For Prices and Terms call address
r Insensible even to danger. General} life. : on or :

De Uncy respectfully suggests that "I reserve my decision," said the

I send another force to turn tbflfDem1" judge. 'The court will take a recess! ' FEEDFOR
flank. for half an hour, at tbe end of which ,

Words that sounded like a volley time the decision will be handed down. ,. OrlaiMe ll Buess College .t

from a galling gun left the general's He retired from the room, leaving the 17
plaintiff and defendant together. Inexactly
There other to
lips. were no troops '
send in place of the woman's brigade half an hour be returned and T. Mustard I Till) Fb99ft PI9NE

and General Bustamento. seeing his advantage seating himself, appeared to be tram LIVE STOCK

: sounded a general advance Ing what he was about to say when E I IIANJ IORLANDO FLA.
The battle was lost Within ten wine his daughter spoke: ,

ntee the' American army was In full "You needn't trouble yourself, papa
retreat. Tbe Mexicans passed the wo The case has been settled out of court.' Manicure. Pedicure Shampoo: LAUBACH

c man's brigade, still Intent on the fashIon "Indeed!" The'judge looked pleased Face and Scalp Manage. .
them off. "On what terms? ., "
plalOd The Grain Man.tath .
"We're to be married In the spring Parlor over Dlckson &' fret storecorner
The became disorganised,

of the corn soldiers marrying MUIctns..t many. and go.',to Europe on our wedding trip" Orange and Central, ;( Street,; Fhe 18 : If L tm' J myour Job Pnn
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lie city limits of st. Petersburg. are SATISFACTION
to be extended.. PUBLIC AUCTM .
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'There is now a practical certainty
of'a syrup factory being established -ATJesers t. ,, ;,:, 11'- ". ;". . ;

.DeFuniak. Springs. JEWELRY j

J. S. E. Jewelry .StoreIn f

An Epworth League was organizes ... "
... .
"by the young people of the Methodist ,
Wch in Palatka last* Sunday. _order to quit business I will offer my entire stockjit: Auction.. II t f
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{Three bigkingfishhavebeenlandedduripg Sale (biers Satiriay April 5tk at 131 31,31 JEWELRY
the lest few dais in St:Peters i : pm. Daily 5
borg by Mrs.,Frank Tierney of ;Wit- .
chill, N. Y., and she holds tie record -1 Untiitall;goods are sold. Is one of the necessities of life.
of the season for the rod and reel
i _' BILLY N00 NEY, Auctioneer Satisfactory Jewelry must
The Mallory Steamship Line is go bve'
style, design. and quality,
Into build two new ships for the
.'_ and don't forget that the
T Dpa-Key West-Mobile run. It will I Of \ price
be;eome time before the boats will be .i
1. lliia "" "V" I I'F has something to do with it too, .k
. completed but work on them will be
toM ,We have them all .
rushed. I"

.News comes -1 from pit Petersburg YdU WANT THE LATEST Everything Guaranteed. a

-thati Mayor A. C. Pheil's automobile, Try our satisfactory repair de _.
driven by the mayor, and a street car IN,
were in collision a few days ago, and partment.Allen.

this mayor of Sunshine City had anarrow TOT LINE OF UP TO, DATE;DRY GOODS,* CLOTHING, i


TIe: Alumni Association ol ,theStPeterburgh : .. DRfcSSESOF t "
High School held its first : & Co.
meeting last Monday night and elected'officers I MON. SATISFACTION GUARANTEED OR MONEY .
for the coming year. A
bif banquet will be given. by this association REFUNDED.

at an"early date. 1. > Erzr /? 3 JEWELERS ,

Oakland The Vhamber Suwannee-of Commerce county, of held Live a B- Salomon I :f Orlando.iiE : : Orlando, Florida

meeting in Live Oak a few nights ago,

atVhich' time. the semi-annual c reportwas ItlllltiiliiilllllllltMIMItlHIIIMIIMIIItMtHIMMtlillllMMMHI. IilllM -.-. 4
made and showed that some very MMIMIIMMIMIIItllMltmilt.imilMMHIMMModel

effective work had been accomplished f: ..... -- ""
by that body since its organization.

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Wqrk will soon commence in Ocala Grocery

on-the erection of a large two-story O F

.storage warehouse.. The building will ...-'-',- -. .,....if'-. ..., "
be(t of reinforced concrete and brick A.
18 West Church Street
and jill be absolutely fire proof. The :
estimated cost of the building is Capital aid Suptas art UidivMd Profits $120m.M.
20000.4 L Total Resevces over Three-f larters of a Milioi.Report'of .
A .. , . ., .- .'. -- f
Plans andi'peciatatioiia'Tor.the Van "
: '
= the Condition of Orlando Customers
Huss.building, to be.erected in Lake' Give Our Personal Attention to Our and

land, are now in the hands of the con 4 q. $ Bank and Trust Co., Condensed Guarantee Satisfaction and Prompt 'Delivery i R

tractors who are making up their bids From Report to Comptroller Give. Us a Trial, .. , .
will be submitted in, .few ..... ..... -
which' a F b. 4,1911RESOURCES "" -: ,_J.:.t. '(...n ij&'j '"
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days. The building will be four stories a
including the basement, and win be *v,p r Sijjhtler Bros. Proprietorsi'iiiiiiiiiTmmiiiiiiiiiimi
provided with an electric.elevator and w' Loans and Discounts ....$393,161.05Overdarfts ., ,
will when ....!.!!....... 191M ,
all modern conveniences. It a r 3
Stocks and Bonds ....... 26,01823Real tt
finished, be one Tithe, handsomest '
'" 'T" Eatate Furniture and '
brick blocks;in' 'that-. '*city.<3L '.., q V, Fixture ,.rr :;-..;'..... :26, 68.44. THE H. H. P. STRAIGHTFor
Cash on hand and in Banks 215,08488:
The St, Augustine Record says: a Sale at all Cigar""S re8OrIaado'
"Walter Waymon, the negro who confessed "" ..
; $660,31118 !
that he threw the brick which s Newest Cigar Made in Orlando. -
killed R. R. Robinson in Jacksonville, ;1 .J f Capital Stock ...........100000.00 Havana and 'Florida 'Wrappers :.
, was brought to St. Augustine Tuesday '
and lodged in the sSt. Johns i Surplus and Undivided Try One and Be, Convinced ) a
night J = : Profits ... ........... 22,832.U
county jafl. The fact was kept quiet : r Deposits ... .... ........ 537,418 HERMAN H. PINDER MTgV : 1
until yesterday afternoon. The negro ; .. .
was brought to the city by Deputy
s $660,31118 212 South Orange, ,
Sheriff Jim Crawford and Lucius t
Haddock as it was feared that an at- I I- i We invite the attention of our customers .

tempt might be made in Jacksonville and friends to our statement IlilllllllMIIIIIIIMM DID YOU BUY !
toMynchhim. Sheriff Dowling of Du above and wish to assure them that 1
val learned of a .determined plot on we appreciate their patronage and OUR : ,
foot and hurried the negro here to beheld ) ,;-. ask for a continuance of same. dealer'I overheard say this a morning prominent to,hardware a prominent ?p;
for safekeeping'y Sheriff Perry"A.Becond V. j Don't forget that our-deposits are ke CreamNEW citizen of Orlando, could hart
r 4 insured.A bought land at *&50 and $6.00 but
did not do it x
'Miami is,the prediction for cordial invitation is extended to At the time; he referred to I told
the futuWof'Floridiniade'bycitizenswho visitors in our city to call and open for an Orlando man several hundred
are eagerly watching the develoP. Maus ttnuKat Stale sod Centy Depitiery. an account with us. Ice' CreamIS acre'of, land in Orange county for a;

ment of this portion of,'Dade county, 'I L.UIIa .J ... t1.OO.per old in 10 acre and,twenty the aame acre.traeti land if now for

with the completion of the Snake ,= 9---o i ii .. $30.00 per acre, .and U'cheap at this Ls
11" ek canal, the erection of a fine bo- Ice Cream i price;
o' the organization! of a'yacht; developmetthe1beachfor .II .I What were the Orlando people bey. J
ing at that time Gold mining stoek t
bathing J I MADE .. If yet had bought land you could ?
purposes;'Viand other improvements, figure,your profit. You knew ass
they state ,that there seems,,to! be, no W. : ke Cream time ago"your reason why this should not in the end M. SLEMONS \ stock; without hiring to figure on it-
FROM : If,you, have not.yet.t bought tome
prove true. The canal was put across! I "Orlando or Orange county large,
the ;railroad track yesterday, and there ir etfll opportunities for
those who, are. in touch with affairs, ke Cream profits, and I can ahow TOO. 3
Lean that will
sell you something
declare that the water thoroughfVreis REAL make you money.,but your gold min
to be.widened,.a,drawbridge,put,in Our New Spring Stock is Coming In ing' stock will not buy- ,(t..
eventually, :and other facilities provided I Cream Call and see me. ,;
which will make this one of the .. c: ;-. ., ke CARL: JANSEN, J
'Choice Sdecttom of Class Goods Office over, Dickson Ivee, Orange
principal shipping points for the And we wffl offer to you a High CREAM Avenue Orlando Fla. ,
| Everglades. A-dock;for liners is one' ...IN ,DRY GOODS ALL:THE STAPLE, >>.1) USEFUL Toe r banks and, the business, men of 1
.the improvements contemplated, rtOODS'a weD FANCY SILKS,and FINE DRESS GOODS, ke Cream Orlando know me, if you do not, ask .
and the Accessories them. i
fort is believed that, the Water' on HOSIERY IN SILK LISLE AND COTTON, Many "
short distance from that Women Use.Bargains BEST .
the :shore just a !), t. 'f*.
I the\town Is plenty' deep:'enovgn, for .
.them. and with. the deepeniiig and Six Days in Every Week '

dening of the canal,They may coupe .. Sf-'j1! e-t YOUke . :/ ,. . t
[dear up .to, the town.-Fulford Notein 4 We carryall the-time a lane stock of SHOES rf .
Jacksonville Metropolis. Bakes and newtet.styles.. KING,QUALITY MEN'S SHOES. : Cream ONE CIGAR THAT'EVERYBODY 1

Among those who have been sucIceesful REN'S SHOES. NONE BETTER ARE SOLD. ,.IN THIS. i
truck farmers of this vicinity MARKET f'; ''' : Ice CrewTASTED I LIKESSTRAIGHTS -
I is George McCormick, who in addition SCHLOSS BROS. FINE SUFIS FOR MEN at SlSiM.. $20.
I to raising successfully 'many varieties $25.00 and $30.00 are nsBrpassed for STYLE FIT ANT 1 t

| >f vegetables this seasonhas just' QUALITY. II
'"- eel sending*off, his _grapefruit LORD BALTIMORE BOYS' SUITS. WILL BE SURE. TO ke Cream WLlY'S ::1

'dui it_is said,.)will net.him -a nice a -, ,._,PLEASE :YOU __ ,
Twice each week Mrs. McCoo- AT :
r has been going'to Miami with
1 i
her't! gon load of mixed vegetables,' ti :" 44'' -': Co.Qsfck .1 ..

I which she has sold to particular cus- SLEMONS nelane rue Get the best cigar at five
temers. Pardue Grove is the name of W. M. cents, the next time you
the :tract of fruit land owned by Mr. want to smoke-judge for
I McCormick. His grapefruit is shipped .I : DeliveryWatkins ; yourself.

w three States, and is considered ;- ... .. .. . !!' '. Building
_-. -........- -. - '5 k'
of high quality. Seventeen arces hood. Mr. McCrimmons. planted t( .' '- -_.-. ,. \ -

[of tomatoes planted on Biscayne ''considerable land in sugar can also f I_ Phone 2 ..
Made in Orlando and sold
prairie land by Mr. McCrimmons UNDERTAKER ARMSTRONGThe '
he is planning to build a fine rock tlllllllllllllllllllllllllMOBe1 all
by dealers.
were picked twice during the regular'
season this year and a third pick road from,thhe main county highwayto ARTISTIC PICTURE: FRAMER of Orlando

_ling;.just marketed brought $900, ac- his farm. Biscayne Note' in Jacksonville to loam on improved prop 1e
ording to reports in the ..neighborZ Metrorlis. PINe STREET arty S.Y.WAT- iii.i-imiHUMMimii y
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IIIMIIillllMIMIIIillMlimillilMllllillllilllll EMMANUEL BAPTIST.Rev.

Louis C. Mawey, President Preston Boyd, of Tennessee,
the newly called pastor of the Em-
T. FktM Wado;. vh..Fra. I. W.*.. __*% teMv I manuel Baptist church, made a fine .' .

Heard C BOcoek.Aa't Cttkkr smut A.Nortll Ant CMUv I[impression by his eloquence and oratory ,. ., "

last. Sunday. He is a man of - .- .. ,0 :, .
," -1 71i; ,
$ I deep spirituality. Good ,congregations .: .4t'.
THESTATE I greeted him and he "
received a '1 -,
fL....; I unanimous call After the trial sermon -
- -; I every one of the charter members ,
| went up individually and told 't1
H BANK I I.him that he was the man of his choice ..,
,I but that he could not speak for the

i I{|others.Any man who bravely accepts!I J 5 o INTEREST PER ..

t ;call to a struggling new church when 4 ;
of OrlandoTHE I O. 'CENT
the can command better places, is a; Instead of

I :|hero. This is what Rev. Mr. Boyd I
has done in coming here. He is the I

man to build up the church in the :; ,
t 4. Hk VHDSTBANkINTIIECITY, face of grave difficulties. The mem-I ,

i hers are working earnestly and sue- 1 .

-AND-; r cess is ahead. 'I If you have a savings account which
t I At the Sunday service, Reverend earns only four per cent either call, .

The Bank which transacts more business than I 1 Mr: Boyd took for his text Hebrews telephone ly explain, or how write the, and same we money will glad-can .' .
122. Among other good things, he
and earn five per cent and probably more.
any Bank between-Jacksonville Tampa said: Dr.:, Campbell Morgan, in speaking -

of life compared it to a school
'W Another eminent religious teacher
:E 1 The large patronage of this Bank has been built up I compared it to a battlefield. We are

during twenty years by conducting its business on sound I in sympathy with hoth authors. Life

?. banking principles with 'Careful attention to the legiti- ;is a school plus a battlefield. It is PEOPLES
here wexare educated and trained that I[ [ NATIONAL BANK A K ;

mate wants of customers: The confidence of the public we might render more efficient service .

, is reuected in the large amount of deposits. to God and man. Christianityis
', life and life is the hope of the If
First Quarter of 1913 ,$900,000.
Average deposits .
. church and the individual We are
:I not to waste our opportunities by :
: idleness or giving ourselves completely t
; FOUR PER CENT PAID ON SAVINGS ACCOUNTS I to resting. On During April we offer City of Orlando i
up my sea voyage
i I Five Per Cent Sewerage Bonds at par, ;
ztl6 I last summer, I noticed on the bow of for cash or on easy payments. '
: the great ship there were two large
:'anchors. They were placed there in
: Our correspondent banks ,are located in every part of '
case a storm should arise. Then the
the world and include some of the largest Banks in the : sailors would cast them into the sea
: and they would bury themselves in
t : United States. : the mud and rock at the bottom of

the sea and so prevent the ship from I ." '" :. -. ,, ; :' <:, : l: < '
;,.. being driven on the rocks. The anchors _

, ,' \ -MRS. REICHARD HOSTESS.-------- -- POPULAR HOTEL CLOSES were necessary, but anchoragewas '. :\1'f'; : ,:" ,: :} :,: :;,\; 'f- : -'-:' .' : '7'2 ::: /.;':" ,. <; ',
not the business of the'ship. Rest- ,
\ .
l:{ -
ing is a good and necessary thing, '
*, The Saturday Auction Bridge Club Had a Most Successful Season-Many
I but it is not the business of a churchor ,
I, was prettily entertained at its last New Homes to Be Built in of Christian men. If we .
;i meeting by Mrs. Reichard, at her Altamonte This Year I plate anything like contem-I
home Lucerne Circle. Altamonte Springs, April 13th.- I
on ,I church, we must lay aside every
:j Many exciting games were played, The season of the tourists and the''weight and the sin that doth so easily I .
1: at the conclusion of which Mrs. migratory citizens, is near its close I t beset us and run with patience the

it.' jReichard, assisted by her daughter, and the famous Hotel closes it doorsto race that is set before us, looking| '11111111111"1.11111111'111"1"11111.111'1111111111111111111 11111111..
Mrs. Chalfont and Miss Mary Bran- the public on the 15th,inst unto Jesus. First, we should look
ham served delicious salad, Its last few weeks have been not- I
( a course. unto Jesus for a personal Saviour;
4 The guests of the Club for the afternoon able by the many enjoyable functions man is a blasted ruin of what hej i

were Miss Romaine Clark indulged in by the happy visitors.i once was. He has been sin-touched,;
I and Mrs.,J. N. McElroy. Several parties who have spent the i consequently he is not spiritual YowelTsSPECIALS !
season here in altamonte's delightful .
I mt'ided. When God created man He
CONCERT TONIGHT AT NORTH climate have an inducement to return mad* him a perfect being. Perfect j!

HIGHLANDS.. again next season because theyhave 1 mentally physically and spiritually: ,!I ,
M invested of their
some capitalin !
+ s spare but the Divine perfection was dethroned .
This evening, the programme will some of the very desirable orangeI I as a result of disobedience. I i

largely be made up,of real Kentucky groves and building lots on finewinter There is in Brazil a plant; it is a I,
t' Mountain songs and folk lore Mrs cottages will be erected ready I poisonous plant, and socalled because{I' FOR
Robinson Murphy' stands without a for occupancy next season.N. it kills everything that it touches./

rival, in the interpretation of these H. Fogg & Co., real estate- Once upon a time a very rich man
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wierd ditties. She will give bit of i agents, have negotiated several sales[ had this beautiful vine transplantedin I
; Mountain folk lore about the hunting I during the season,' and two important his yard. It grew luxuriantly. HeI I

3:, "of the cows, according to the way I sales the past week, one being a noticed, however, that the flowers'and; MONDAY
I forty acre tract with a beautiful lakefront TUESDAY m EDNESDAI
r the Daddy Longlegs directs. 1 i I grass of his yard began to wither,<
Reverend Mr. Boyd will give a 1 I I and one of fourteen acres on and die. Making investigation, he J ,
mountain story of two and Mr. Sy- which is a fine orange grove of over I learned that this beautiful vine was l

monda and Charles Arnold will sing.! 200 bearing orange trees. but a parasite living on the flowers,:. 1111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111 MMIMIMII
Miss Beulah Roney will, as usual, be Mr Edwin Soule of Windsor, Me., grass and trees of his yard. Sin is,: "
at the is touring South Florida with the intention living on the moral and/:
piano. a parasite
1 Russian Weave Ratina in Black
Mr. Norman Ball will be missed by'I of locating and to build a spiritual life of mankind. Now there |: 500 yards Pure Linen, Plain and Light Blue and, Pink with PinStripe ,
I' I
his admirers. home in this delightful climate. He would be for to discourse me
many no use ,' Crash weaves, Natural coloronly. the latest showing for 2 29c
> has been prospecting along the East
you this unpopular theme if there,,
one piece and Norfolk suits 35
t. ORLANDO BASKETS WIN Coast. He is now the guest of Mr. were not a remedy for the dreadful ': 36-inch,' 50c value, for and 40e quality, for this sale, ,
r and Mrs. N. H. Fogg at Oak Knoll disease. There is a remedy it is I this Sale yard . . . . .
I ; | per
I per yard . .,. . . . . . . .
I ,Championship of State Comes to Or. and will probably cast his lot here at found in looking unto Jesus for deliverance :
Oat Altamonte Springs as this location from the of sin. I:
Judo Girls Winning Eight power j _
of Ten Games appeals to him and he says that he r !

; The Orlando Basket ball girls have finds better land and a more delightful -' TODAY. 36-inch Natural :
atmosphere than in any section LUCERNE THEATRE 400 yards Poplins, Piques and Corduroys
for several ,years attracted the attention -I
r of lovers of' this wholesome that he has visited and finds the drink- The kind for long coats, COlor.l 18C
Three Reels. in Lavender Pink Blue and
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game, and it will'not be a stretching ing water equal to the spring water, "Training a Tightwad/'Lubin : and suits, regular 30 -
of the truth to say that their play-II in Maine, which is one of its greatest, I: White. Extra values for 40c.
inducements.If moral teaching. value, for this sale, per .
has excited in certain
& ing where their envy invincible quarters \ he locates here which undoubtedly "Near to Earth"Biograph-a farce This Sale, per yardMMIIIIIIIMilllMIIMMMIiimMIIIMIimMIMIIMIMMMIMMItllMII. . . .. . :
have carried he will, as he finds prices much comedy-'nuf I ,
j disappointment "
'' to competitors and their friends. I more reasonable than in many much "The Flaming Forge, Seligavery
The girls play ball with their heads less desirable locations that he has beautiful story cobbler's a smithy'sdaughter An!
and a son.
R' as well as with their hands, and this visited. Several families in his be of those ladies who for
is the secret of their great success. i neighborhood in Maine have their exceptionally interesting L If you happen to one some reason
i Just the Kind of Pictures
feature of the is stud minds towards homes in sunny Flor- you I find in suits andonepiece
Every game I Matinee 3:30 to 5 p. m. j I or other have never been able to ready-to-wear
& ied and handled with masterful skill ida, and he is prospecting in their I j

t' The girls have long since ceased toM interests as locates for his own family, and Admission-Lower Night 7:15 to 10. floor, 10 cents, ; i| dress goods just exactly what you desire we want you to
where he it will induce several
) amateurs and have earned
the! reputation of playing real basket families to cluster around him. He Balcony, 5 cents. 1 step in this live 'store and see our display on SECOND FLOOR.

fi ball. The Tampa team recognizing is a nephew of oue of Altamonte's t:
t the utter impossibility of breaking in oldest settlers, N. H. Fogg. i t't AUTO PARTY GATE.FOR MISS SOUTH-.,I 111111111111111411111111111111111111111111111111111111.111 111,111111111.

on our girls, declined to meet them in t It
the last game scheduled for these two Seemingly, the more States there; .. "
K teams. are which come into line in favor of A pleasant auto party to Wekiwa i I

Orlando certainly has reason for woman's, the deeper becomes this Springs was gotten up last week in i: 'The Big White StoreLeads

: being proud of the girls who have agitation in behalf of the State fixing honor of Miss Virginia Southgate, of \

managed the game with great creditto the minimum wage for female em- Washington, D. C. The pretty guestof I

themselves, and to the community.Make ployes in factories and stores. I| Mrs. Charles Lee. Bathing, boat-
Up of the Team ing and a delightful supper before re-j'

i Forwards, Bessie Quigg, DosiaMathers With the coming of the auto, the I i I turning rounded out a happy after-' j in Style Quality and Price
"; ; Guards, Anna Mae Mathers,, horse may be losing his grip, but noon. I I ,

f Katherine Padgett; Centers, Elbeth I this spring's output of horse radish I 1--1 aaai
Mulholland, Marian Smith, Capt. still has its bite. till 11111 11111 iiinitinntTTtmttfTT'T


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