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 18, 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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South Florida sentinel
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Direct Service, Postal Telegraph until 2 a. m. PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING EXCEPT MONDAY. Orlando-Progressive Center of the State.









,Tallahassee, Fla., April 17.Amongthe Special to the SentineLWashington I Washington, April 17.-Willis L At a regular meeting of the City ',' ... I Palatka, April 16.-The Grand
last bills offered at this session April 17.-Free, already -I Moore, chief of the weather bureau, concluded -
: poor men had to weir, was urged dent Wilson's hands to become effect-i ing of previous regular and special !! Pius was much improved, little hopeis the final business being the
House Bill No. 264.-To amend section vigorously today in the Democratic ive July 31, was summarily removed I meetings read. I entertained at the Vatican for his election ,of officers for the ensuing
2119 of the general statutes of caucus by Representative Bathrick, from office yesterday, charged with It was manifest'' upon the readingof ultimate recovery. term, as follows:
the state of Florida, relative to pro of Ohio. The Underwood bill carriesa "serious irregularities." I the minutes of the special meetingby Cardinal Merry Del Val is reportedto Grand master, J. W. Blanding, of
eurement of order of sale of person duty of thirty-five per cent ad va This announcement was made at the the remarks made that they were have said today that should the Gainesville.
al suit lorem on such clothing. The caucus White House while conference confronted with record they would Pontiff survive his present illness,
property pending ; Judiciary a was a Deputy grand master, M. M. Little,
A. voted 99 to 68 not to change the committee -'IIn progress between Secretary Houston 1 like to get away from. ,However, the there is small hope that he will have I of Ocala.

Committee on governor's message I bill and President Wilson. routine business was proceeded with. sufficient strength to again assume Grand warden W. U. Lathrop, of
and administrative reports, House; In 'defending the committee bill Prof. Moore declared today that Sidewalks were ordered on North active work of the papacy. Bradentown.
Bill No. 255.-To amend section 3549 and its duties on cheaper grades of I secret charges had been preferred of the general statutes of the state clothes made of shoddy material, it I I'against him and that they had been 1 likewise on both sides of the street Vatican follows: Gainesville.
of Florida, relative to drunkennessand was held by the committee members secretly investigated. He had not 1 leading to the cemetery in the region:I I "His Holiness passed a calm day Grand treasurer, W. A. Holshouser,
the punishment thereof; Temper that the laws prohibiting sweat shops been shown a copy of these charges, and the employment of women and said had not been stretch of ; Improvement in bronchial trouble con-
given unoccupied territory.
ance. she ; an oppor-i Grand representative, C. D. Rine-
Griffin House Bill No. 256.-To restore children in crowded quarters had ef tunity to investigate them himself C. W. Thompson was elected Electrical :' tinues. The Pope slept several hours I Ii hart, of Jacksonville.
Alfred Land Land feet labor costs and made it nec and given 'and and Measures In- during the day." I t
Henry an desaary was no opportunity to Weights i ;! The appointave officers are as fol-
George Whitfield! ,the rights to hold for higher duty thanit cross-examine the witnesses who tes-i spector. lows:
citizenship; Judiciary A.' would otherwise be necessary. tified against him. No opportunityhad Mr.. Holland, one of the most faith ''sumed in trying to find out where i Grand marshal, Charles Frederich-
Andrews House Bill No. 257.- The fight for free, ready-made clothing been given him to defend him- ful and hard working members of the 1 they were at and when the vote was! sen of Pensacola.
Granting a pension to Mrs. S. J. Kel- was made by the anti-free raw self, he declared."I board, made reports on drainage and finally taken, Messrs. Gwynne, Hol i Grand conductor, 0. T. Edwards, of
ley; Pensions. wool men, who were defeated. They have been treated like a prisoner drainage wells and recommendationsas land and Smith voted for the resolu Jacksonville. '
Prevatt House Bill No. 258.-To establish claimed that with free raw wool,' exiled to Siberia," said the former to drainage in the southwest part tion and Sims, Walker and Seegar Grand chaplain, J. H. Shirah of
and define the boundaries of and the removal of the duty on ready weather chief. of the city, also on Lake Eola and the voted against it. Tampa.
the municipality or town of Green made clothing, it would be possiblefor From time to time charges against matter was referred to the City At Then another attempt was madeto Grand Guardian, F. F. Hoffman, of
Cove Springs, Fla., and to prevent wool men to get a better mar Moore's conduct in his office havej torney for examination into the legal get up a resolution which would Key West.
discrimination in the use, sale or disposal ket for their output and the poor man been made to congress, but nothingever status of these localities as to being let the opposition out from under the Grand Herald, Thomas W. Mills,
of public utilities of said town; would be able to get better ready- came of them. public or private property. shadow of the cross of approval and of Palatka.
City and Town organizations.Langford made clothing It developed after the White House Proposition of Aubrey Smith to have Engineer Ramsey was called into Lakeland, Miami and Tallahassee
House Bill ',No., 259. To In this'increased demand for good conference that President Wilson had city furnish tile to drain his land was service ,and after several effort I were aspirants for the honor of entertaining -
cure all informalities in the execution wool, wool growers might be able to referred the charges against Mooreto rejected as city and county had con frankly told them they had better the grand lodge next year
of deeds and :other instruments CoDr'e'ing sell' their wool at renumerative prices. the department of justice, where tributed to the sinking of the drain give it up as a bad job and the mat and Lakeland won out.
\ real property or any 'interest When the, attempt* failed to putreadymade they are under investigation and also age well now in use on Mr. Smith's ter was dropped at that The session here was one of the
therein made I prior"to the first day clothing on the ,free list, had suspended Charles T. Burns, an premises with the agreement that The contest was good natured and most harmonious and enjoyable
of April A. D., 1913; Judiciary A. several l' graduated duty amendmentswere other employe of the weather bureau. the sty drain those streets into i it spirited by turns. the history of the order in this state
McHugh House Bill No. 260. To offered. Running as low as fif It was stated that Mr. Smith says he In a nut shell, the entire Council and all members of the grand 'lodge
authorize the resignation of executors teen per cent Alf these failed, however SENTENCED FOR LIFE. never: signed any agreement. If that Monday night were opposed to that speak in glowing terms of the hospitality
administrators, guardians and Underwood taking |charge off be true, it is of little moment as a particular charter and as ,the citizens of the Palatka brethren arid .
trustees under wills and to prescribethe the fight and insisting that if the Special to the Sentinel. verbal agreement would be binding; had a perfect right to be. But as the citizens generally. *
conditions of such resignations! ; ,changes were made in a schedule' the Boston, Mass., April 17.-James the juty and county, paid their porYunTand Councilmen, they had no right to put I ,
Judiciary A.McHugh whole schedule 'would be' withdrawn' Brandon 'Jennings; known 'as' "Kid there must have been tom *their T>ersonal preferences against AUTO AND STREET CAR'COLLIDE
House Bui No. 261.-Relating and a new one prepared as each item Carter," in pugilist circles was today consideration for public funds put the preference of the voters at a
to the incorporation or corporations was built- up on every other, article. given a life sentence in the state ting down that well and undoubtedly fair election no matter how small the Special to the Sentinel
for profit,,and to repeal sections : prison for the killing of William H. was as stated by Mr. Walker and majority. And here is where they I Los Angeles, Cal, April 17.-Mr.
2640 and 2649, and to amend I FORMER ORLANDOITES HERE. McPherson, last New Year's day. Be Mr. Smith. made their fatal error. and Mrs. Beard, of Galion, Ohio and
sections 2650 and 2652, t>f the general I fore sentence was passed the fighter The real show of the evening was1 1 Several members of the Council I J. M. Cain, realty dealer of Santa
statutes of the state of Florida, relating Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Grant arrived electrified a throng in court by con when the Council tried to get out were a trifle too active in their oppo i Anna, were almost instantly killed ,
to such incorporations; Cor in Orlando last night from Jacksonville fessing to other murders. He namedone from under their action of Monday sition. When Representative Robinson when the Newport Beach electric
porations. having made the trip by auto. in particular, that of his formersweetheart night A reading of the ordinance wrote to William Smith as Chair train ran into their automobile ata
McHugh House Bill No. 262.-To They were accompanied by Mr. Wm. Mildred Donovan, with a shows clearly that the Council had man of the Council, for information n crossing near Santa Anna late this
be entitled an act to authorize dis Morris, who will be pleasantly remembered characteristic smile, and related ina no Power at the Monday night meet I Ias to that particular charter, he was I afternoon. Both machines were a
counts and penalties in the payment I by many as formerly man boasting manner, how he committedthe ing to do anything but canvas the asking Mr. Smith for particular facts : shapeless mass of wreckage and r rs
of state and county taxes; Finance ager, of the San Juan Hotel murder. His story was one of the vote and certify the result They had i He did not ask any information a I II {I dragged the bodies of the unfortu-
taxation. I I I The party traveled a new routecoming strangest and most dramatic ever told absolutely no power to call another to Orlando, nor did he ask for the I nate occupants some two hundred
McHugh House Bill No. 263.-To by way of Green Cove Springsand in a Massachusetts court room. election at that meeting. The mayor advice of the Reporter-Star whoseeditor feet
be titled an act to empower public j'.1 Palatka. x They ,found this highway recognizing this fact, and the further opposed the measure, as that
school authorities the several counties to be in fairly good shape. DELAYED IN OCEAN FLIGHT. fact that the tax payers of Orlando '' paper had fully stated its positionon PERMANENT PROTECTION.
to borrow money for certain purposes : Mr. and Mrs* Grant have many see no reason or sense in calling the subject the day before the election "
and to secure same by mort-I I friends in Orlando who will be pleased Las Palmas, Canary Islands, April another election, refused to sign t and still the charter was adopted.The Special to the Sentinel- .*
gape; Education. ; to know that they will not return 1 17.Joseph Brucker, formerly of Milwaukee ,a proclamation calling another elec- man who undertakes to furnish Washington, D. c., April 17.=Senator
Strom House Bit No. 264.-To pro; until the middle of next week. Theyare failed 'to start, as scheduled, tion. Mr. Holland offered a resolution S. A. Robinson information 'concerning Sherman, of Illinois, today introduced
tact rural telephone lines in this state; I stopping at the San 'Juan. today on his proposed trans-Atlantic: stating, in substance, that whereas Orlando, has some task before a resolution to appropriate ;
Railroads and telegraphs. flight to the West Indies in the diri gi- the mayor had refused to call another him, for if any man has close, tab $5,000,000 to be used in the construction .
Tomlin House Bill No. 265.-To incorporate INSURANCE AGAINST SUFFRA- ble balloon Suchard II. Just as all 1 election, be it, on Orlando from its earliest historyto of permanent levees to protect ;
mutual fire insurance com GETTES. preparations had been completed for Resolved: That the proposed charter this present hour, that man is S. A. Cairo, Illinois district. Cairo has authority -
panics or asodations and designingthe the flight, at daybreak this morning, be certified to and forwarded to Robinson and Mr. Smith, in fairnessto : to levy taxes for levee con
liability of the policy holder; In London, April 17.--So great has 1 the gas escaped in some manner Mr. S. A. Robinson at Tallahassee. all the people he represents, shouldas struction and has raised in this way '
surance. been the damage done to property through the chief valve, and the envelope Brush Walker enquired if he wished Chairman of the people's Coun- about $600,000.
Turnbull House Bill No. 266.-Toad during the past month that it has 1 suddenly became deflated. Urgent to rescind the action of Monday cil{ have furnished the informai -
the Florida division of Confed-, been necessary to create a new form 1 telegrams were sent to Germany night and Mr. Holland evaded a i lion asked about the charter and STILL IN DEADLOCK
ante veterans in erecting in this of Insurance "Damage by suffragettes for a further supply of gas answer and Mr. Walker and Mr. there he should have rested. bluered h -
state a monument or' memorial in ," is, the latest form of- loss officially Engineer Kruper, who had been! Sims both pressed for an answer a I has been said about holding back the rherl.l IA tl* SrnelnelWashington
honor of the women of the Southern recognized by one of the blj{g engaged to navigate, the dirigible, at i Chairman Smith, who seemed the city budget because the Council D. C., April 17-Th
Confederacy, In memory of their heroism -': insurance! companies which has I Included the last moment made some demur most interested man, took up the thought the city finances might op second ballot',In the D. A. R. vote for
devotion and self sacrifice during ' this In the list of accidentsfor about undertaking the hazardous voyage cudgel against rescinding the action crate ai a scare crow to prospectivei Presldent-general resulted to no'miss
( the civil war, 186M865, and male, which it guarantees indemnity. and the promoters of the flight; of Monday night, saying that he was buyers and consequently, it was tlon tonight Mrs. John Miller Hor-
ing an appropriation therefor. Read, Many of the merchants and men in took out $50,000 insurance In hisas be- opposed to that charter and that t decided not to publish It until May, to, of Buffalo, N. Y., polled 542 votes,
first time and placed on calendar of other lines of business, as well the people were opposed to !It and he and yet, the vital facts are published Mrs. William Cummin, of New York
bills on second reading without,point owners of private residences are taking half.Brucker expressed extreme anno y- wanted to pet with the people. Mr. in this open letter addressed to Mr: City, 574 and hire Charles Bryan of
to committee. advantage of the new insurance ance over the accident., A large crowd| Sims retorted "That's exactly what t S. A. Robinson. These facts weret Tennessee, 42. Five hundred and
Henry House Bill No. 267.-To establish clause which had waited for hours, hopingto j you are trying to do now and don't t furnished by somebody contrary to and eighty-four votes are needed to
the municipality of St. James see the departure of the airship, know how to do it" I'the instructions of the Council as elect. Balloting will begin again to
City, Fla., to authorize its issuance WOMEN CAPTURED IN RAID. manifested some disgust at the postponement ' It was evidenced that both Mr. shown by the records. t morrow.
of bonds; to provide for and to organize of the voyage Walker and Sims saw the unpleasant t Mr. James did not write that open
a commission form of government Kansas City, April 17.-Fifty-four predicament of the men who had I letter except on the suggestion of I The Elks are holding their Stat
; to fix its territorial limits and women were crested last night when BASEBALL RESULTS IN THE BIG I rushed into hasty action Monday somebody nor did he take those figures Convention in Tallahassee this week
to prescribe Its jurisdiction and powers eight "cabaret" restaurants, chop LEAGUES night and were enjoying the position i without the advice of somebody.I and many prominent men from all
; Town organization. suey parlors and cafes were raided. I to the discomforture of the other The purpose of this article is not to sections are present. *
Hendry House Bill No. 268.-Declaring Patrolmen walked from table to ta Special to The sentinel : members. criticize Mr. James, but the man who -
it unlawful for the of ble instructing the women in the National. After considerable dawned
owner placeto sparing, it has trespassed upon the rights of mittee had hoped that the Council
the having the care, custo enter the patrol that stoodat Boston 2 New York the "reactionaries" that
or person wagons ; 3. upon they the Council who ever he may be. would, upon sober reflection, see the
dy or control of any domestic animalor the curbs. The men were not a r- Pittsburg, 3; Cincinnati, 2. :were in a hole and, after several attempts There is too much of this inner chamber error they had dropped into and
animals on the island of La Costain rested.I St. Louis, 1; Chicago, 7. and failures at drawing a business going on by smoebody : would correct the conditions at their
1 Lee county, Fla., to allow or per I At police headquarters, the women American. resolution that would enable them and the people want to know who. : meeting of last night and thus send
... mit any of such animals to *un at were booked and held until the raids Detroit, 4; St Louis, 3. '.to send the charter to the Capital I It was apparent Wednesday nightI j|the charter through the regular
large on' said island on or after the were stopped because lack of space Chicago, 2; Cleveland, 1. I without their approval, Dick Holland, that somebody had furnished the R channels..
first day of January, A. D., 1914, providing in the "hold over." They were classified Philadelphia, 6; Boston, 5. in his good natured way, admitted I porter-Star incorrect information or*;j Knowing these facts and believing
a way of collection of any as sightseers and as frequenters. Sally. [that the purport of his resolution i '. that guessing was going on, wen that the Council would, at its meet-
damage or damages caused by such. The former were released vnfh Jacksonville, 6; Savannah, 3. I i was to rescind the action of Monday that paper published that the charterhad ,ing last night, do the right thing, the
animal or animals running at large, a reprimand. The latter were held Charleston, 5; Albany, 4.' night and Mr. Gwynne, laughingly, been forwarded to Tallahassee. Sentinel refrained from saying anything -
and providing a lien on such animalor under bonds for trial A number of Columbus, 4; Macon 1,. I said he was ready to vote for the The committee had simply stood. on that subject yesterday morn-
animals and a ,way of enforcingthe the women arrested were young girls. resolution and that he favored commission upon their rights'and demanded that ing. But it is due the people of Of-
same, and providing a punish "These places must'atop catering i The Shrlnera' Association of St government, but was opposedto the certificate be issued and this was I lando that they have the facts slid
mat for any person or persons violating to young girls," Chief of Police Griffin ;;Petersburg, formed in February, 1913, this particular charter. In fact done late in the day by the City the Sentinel will give these though
this act; Live stock. said. (is planning to erect a club house in this was the statement of Mr. Smith Clerk and somebody took it for it may offend our best friends. The
the Sunshine City for the next sea- and Mr. Seegar also, who had voted granted that the charter would be newspaper is for all the people, and
Money to loan on improved proparty Latest music 15 cents Curtis &t son. This organization hasnearlythree against this charter. sent to Mr. Robinson. must present all the facts regardless
i Y. WAY-tf O'Neal, next Postoffice. thousand members. A trifle over one four was con-> The Sentinel knew that the com- of where it may hitr :

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many people
American sugar consumer are paying Magnificent of
a tariff tax of practically 80 per ;Lord & Bradshaw
tint of the in-bond value of all the

k agar imported In 1908 the United We wish to announce to our friends, and the public generally,
States consumed 3,185,789 tons of su- New
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Sugar is as much a necessity .as abovejfirm, name, for a general ..
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importer of a French automobile is ,
fit on a 35 per cent better:basis for 17 8. Orange Avenue, (formerly occupied by Hamilton & Dunn

5 bringing over his car to the United Millinery), where we willbejpleased| to meet all our old friends r WE ARE SHOWING A BEAUTIFUL ASSORTMENT OF J ,
tltates, than the workingman for purchasing -
: the imported sugar he stirs in andjto make new ones. SILKS AND SATINS, ALL COLORS, DRESS GOODS
Ms morning cup of coffee. If the duty IN ALL THE LATEST PATTERNS FOR OLD AND '
were removed, granulated sugar could Our list of city and acreageproperty is surpassed by none, I. YOUNG. WHITE CANVAS SHOES. THE DISPLAY
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would mean ,a saving ?f more thanl12,000OQO

The nativ?ayear.,:sugar industry, of all : -,-' w iiAN. CALL 'i.IN .,Ap ACQUAINT YOURSELF
ethers, is perhaps the one which as- : 17 S. GRANGE AWL ORLANDO,_ FLA.HiniiiiitMimimMmiMiMiiMiiiimiiMiii. WITH THE HIGH CHARACTER'OF OUR GARMENTS
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'')Cise. It'is one of our "infant industies. -,'
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4 ifties for cruelty to children! Meantime -' : 1:
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arses that they lift their hands in : You simply cannot fail to '.attract new If YOU Would be Posted be a Daily'Visitor to this StoreShsuibarger's
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ten cents for lights and eight For Every Store OwnerNo J. B. MeKAY' I ,
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Three things are of extreme importance -
The National Health Department JUST RECEIVEDA
in the fight with typhoid to pre
has sent out circulars urging Everything
newspapers vent the spread of the infection. First,
to advocate personal and civic
all drinking water and milk shouldbe
cleanliness, in order that disease, and
boiled and all food cooked. Secondly ,
especially typhoid fever be
may great,care should,be exercised to
avoided during the months I
when the disease is summer more prevalentand keep the hands and finger nails thor IN LACES, EMBROIDERIES, SHIRTS, II SPECIAL PRICESIN ,
oughly clean, and last but not least,
the fly every where present I MONAS, UNDERWEAR.
swat the flylWORDS ,;
In keeping with this request we FOR HOUSEHOLD ,GOODS AND LARGE QUANTITIES
have asked Dr. Miles Robinson for a I I SUPPLIES.McCULLOCffS. ;
few suggestions, which we herewith I I AND THE SCHOOLS. .
submit: I -
A Word About Typhoid A novel question which lately has Co. '
Florida Metal
The greatest medical authority in. been under consideration of the critics :
America says: "The'presence of typhoid in New York, is whether the
fever is everywhere an index schools should teach hard words. In I McNEIL-DAVIS BUILDING
to the sanitary intelligence of'a com view' of, the fact 'that the ordinary DEPARTMENT Phone 41.
munity." He means the greater the person in writing or speaking uses
number of eases the lower is the com only about 2,000 words, it is urged OPPOSITE POST.OFFICE, i c
ttunity intelligence on ,the subject that it,is a foolish waste of time to
One of the greatest difficulties we teach 15,000 words or more. :
have in controlling the spread of tYphoid There is more than one side how
is the obscurity' of, its early: ever, to this matter. The English
symptoms. A patient may be fairly tongue, founded on the ancient Saxon "LOWEST PRICES ALWAYS The Best is the CheapestSO
and enriched by the French and German .
well along in a mild attack, (which is I
just as dangerous for the communityas ,.not to mention. Latin and Greek
and'the I ancient Gaelic has GET THE BEST OF
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a severe one) industriously spread a larger .. .
ing the infection as he goes, before and richer vocabulary than any other Railroad'J.r ..) pc. _

he or his friends arrive at the conclusion language in the world. Of tke many __ _ __ _.. Paints and Wall
: that he is really sick. Most hundred thousands of words in the Paper
commonly his discomfort is attributed -. dictionary the greater part have val My Cost Mark Is i -

to "a little malaria"or"a bad cold" ve. THE 1912 WALL PAPER IN SAMPLES :
or some common'ailment A" day or One may get along with 3,000 :
words or even 2,000 or less, but
more are iost feeling "bum" then he any \
takes a dose of,quinine or salts or vocabulary no larger than this would Black Ni TO SHOW'THEM. ALL YOU HAVE' TO
some patent medicine; warranted to consist of the mere- I skeleton of our DO IS 'TO TELEPHONE AND I WILL

cure that:tired feeling, assure him. mother tongue;' and it means Intel. BRING THE SAMPLE TO YOUR HOME. i
self it is, not(:worth;:,while to consalt lectuaT" poverty- and- the- inability'- : to 1234567890 iJ
a physician, he will be better in I intelligently read or enjoy the masterpieces J
the morning, and another day or two of literature. A proper aim GEO. A. BARKER PHONE 268
are lost of schooling is not merely to givea
When at last, he has taken to his meager working, vocabulary, but '
If want anything in the G - _. ...--
' bed because he did not feel like getting -i one large enough to enable the pupilon you -
up,the doctor has been called and graduation from the grades, wherein
the..cas.pronounced 'airell'advaneed'' fact ,the larger number stop;to Furnishing Line,. now i is. the accepted
attack of typhoid fever, two or three read books. of many sorts without' recourse : Time nil m i I S SPRING G MILLINERY[R
other peopla'.probifeijr his associates; to the dictionary for a defina-i
begin to take notice and a second and tion. Our language indeed is full of'
third case'are recognized. This is the words? but they are needed words
history::of many a typhoid< 'epidemic which enrich alike the speech and HI CLkRL L R [ RTI
which would never ''have occurred'if the;mind. Laces, Embroideries
the sick'man had known enough about There are many suggestions abroad .'
the early'sysmptoms 'of the' diseaseto regardingreforms; in.'the schools and I I
:have suspected its presence. some of them are good. But one iii a_, and Dress Materials
The following are the characteristic which in its working out would inevitably ]

symptoms in the earliest. stages.Headache impoverish the intellect and Before you go north for the sum
backache, chilliness narrow the limits of verbal expression -
< nosebleed
send the
fail to let
don't us you '
is not one of them. mer FRANK : i
dog-tiredness, sleep troubled bystrange Weekly Sentinel It I will keep you BSSffilAIILTW & DUNN
dreams, loss of appetite, thoroughly posted on the happeningsin Manufacturer of -- . ,
coated tongue, bad breath. Sucfc a Whatever some congressmen and this section. Call at the office and .: Stone Fancy I II :
group of symptoms or'.a majority ofthem \(Senators may think of the decision of let us show you a copy. It only ..1 Ornamental 1 Agents for Barclay Corsets
should "
suggest prompt'eon.President Wilson tQ take an active costs a dollar a year. ,: and '
sultation with the medical man.'They 1|part in national legislation, the public L 1,

may oot be r preliminaries. of :a Jong 1 I thinks it is a pretty good plan. Subscribe for the I Sentinel. -

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South Florida Sentinel Why We Should Have a Change of
MORNING AND WEEKLY The question of commission government City Government,From the Present '
for cities was again placed before Antiquated Form to,the
Entered at the poet office at, Orlando .
the voters of Hudson County, N. Modern Commission -
Florida at Second Clue MaO Mvtter. t 1/
J., for adoption or rejection in a spec- Government 0"
SUBSCRIPTION RATES : ial election Tuesday. First-Because it is progressive. When :
Among the cities voting on the and we are progressive people, and You Choose
THE DAILY SENTINELs measure are Jersey City, Hoboken, because it is in Orlando we live. '
One year .....................$5.00 Bayonne and Union HilL Jersey City Second-Because under the
Six Months ................... 2.1)0 proposed ,
has there
a population 267,000, new plan will be responsiblemen
Three Months ................. 1.25 adopts commission government, it to administer the government to a Gift of Jewelry '

s ; new carrier !. Orlando, SO cent per will be the largest city in the Eastto the advantage of all alike without :
: month Daily and Sundara try the experiment so ardently ad favoriteism to a few.

a; The Orlando Moraine Sentinel can be found vocated by Woodrow Wilson when he ,Because, with paid commissioners, .
.; as ulc in Orlando at Coriti 4 Neal't Book was Governor of New Jersey. with each commissioner with his departments -
Store. All these cities have already voted to look after, and givinghis THEN YOU MAKE A LASTING GIFT THAT MUST

We will appreciate prompt complaint if negatively on this issue once before. entire time to look after it, he will BEAR EVERY TEST OF TIME AND JUDGMENT AND
r., Wivcrj! Is not properly made by our carriers I Conditions today, however, were heldto do so with results. TASTE. WHEN YOU SELECT FROM THE STOCK OF
; Admtuing rate will be fornbhed on a o- : be more favorable toward the Because, under commission form, ... EVANS YOU ARE SECURE. FOR HERE EVERY PIECE
i ,:lca119.:1. adoption of the measure than when business methods can be introduced, ,
THE WEEKLY SENTINEL local elections were held two years books kept better, deficits wiped out, BY EXPERTS .
!tr year by mall postage paid ........1.00 floating debts paid off, bonds retired, WHOSE KNOWLEDGE AND TASTE HAVE WON
I S dreu THE SENTINEL Orlando Florida ago.The Commission plan has already long standing nuisances abated, lawsenforced RECOGNITION.
Offlrt 107 Court street Areade Building
} Phone U been adopted in Trenton, Passaic* Atlantic streets kept clean, sanitary THE BEAUTY, THE STYLE, THE WORKMANSHIP
.a City, Long Branch, Nutley, methods improved, public works mor ARE ALWAS THE BEST. ,
' J.. F. SCHUMANN, Editor. Ridgewood, Ocean City and RidgefieldPark properly attended to, economies enforced
JOSIAH FERRIS Proprietor. N. J. or taxes reduced, all of which EVANS' FAIR AND MODERATE PRICES ARE AS FAMOUS .
tY In the Walsh act, under which the will revive ,a public spirit and im AS EVANS' BEAUTIFUL AND EXCLUSIVE DESIGNS

FRIDAY, APRIL 18TH, 1913. I election was held the Des Moines and provement in business, and cause more COMPARISON OF VALUES INVITED.
II I II I the Galveston plans of commission people to settle among us, the resultof
At this time of the year every base government are combined. It is provided civic improvements.
ball team is a pennant winner. that, if adopted, the primariesfor Because we have a growing townand
the nomination of commissionersshall that the .
-air present system of government "
In Mongolia, women smoke and ride beheld o n the fourth Tuesday is a handicap to us, because
astride, but leave the husband's trouser foUoing such adoption. Any voter the council is required t o meet only
pockets unmolesteddk filing a petition bearing signatures of twice each month for a few hours and
; 0-- twentyfive citizens may become a work out matters that require days
: T. U. Evans
r Good printing is a business necessity candidate for commissionership. to work out in many instances, and the JewelerOPPOSITE
; you can get it at the Sentinel The provisions of the state law are that there is no individual responsi ,
office. Let us have your next orde very stringent and far reaching and bility. That the present councilmen
Phone 24."Barriers. the adoption of that form of government have business of their own which require '
o by these cities by more or less I all their time except at night,
Burned Away" should be large majorities shows that the spirit that natural time when they are tired EXPERT REPAIRING AND ENGRAVING. .
the motto of every citizen of Orlando of reform is of first importance. out and in poorest condition to look
rs and get together for good should be after most important matters, for
the rallying cry. SALARY NO RECOMMENDATION. which they get a puny salary of forty
o eight dollars a year.
Many baseball players would seCure A most fallacious notion creepy s We cannot get under the present
prettier photographs if the into the minds of most men, that he any thing other than a half handed
would lay aside their quids. while look who works for the public must re administration of affairs, and one
ing into the camera. ceive greater pay for his services than should be thoroughly satisfied with SILK STOCKINGS
os he would require for the same ser what we have under the present circumstances
China wants a good-sized air fleetwith vice in private business. The reverse but there is no sane rea,
French officers.. The new republic of the rule should be true, and son why the circumstances should continue
;: is strictly up to date with all the is with the minority of men. the same.
x modern improvements. Some men place a regard on public Lets every voter get out and pull
o trust and confidence that lifts these for commission government Let's
London, always noted for curiosities out of commercialism. make the government grow along
has a tramp who inflates his Many of the great colleges; manyof with the growth of the city, and thecity For Day
throat just like the mumps and spends the great charitable institutionsthat grow bigger and better becauseof
k glorious times in the infirmaries. call trustees from the best and bigger and better government
o busiest men in the land, get them Think of it, voters, the need of bet and
Now that it is established that the free of charge, and the service required ter streets, more side walks, better
I American eagle is a hen, some of oui; is such as to require considerable drainage, better business.administration P
obstreperous neighbors to the south time and careful attention. of business affairs. The need of EveningWear
will begin to complain of being hen .As. a rule the men who cry,loudest men to give their entire time to this
4 peeked. about low salaries not getting good important business. Men that will i
o men, are those who are standing see that the street department is
A demonstrating car in Philadelphiacost ready to rush after the office, salary, properly attended to, that there will
S its owners over $13,000 in accident or no salary. I not be idling and loafing on tlie part
damages. After a demonstrationlike Not often have patriots found fault !of the laborers such as has been oftenin ,
Y that its value seems to be problematical with sal ries. History does not re the past. Men that will see to it
cord many great deeds performed that the sanitary department has facilities
f -0- because of the large salaries paid. for getting rid of garbage and Our Personal Guarantee
''c Some Americans are eccentric The greatest service that has ever other matter that breeds disease, and:
l.4 i.i enough to refuse to pay money at a I been rendered this or any other i that the inspection of private premises
box office for the sake of seeing an country has been by men who placed is often done and to the enforcement Accompanies Every Pair
actor who has been divorced ever so duty and honor above salary. of sanitary laws, for the protection
many times. The man who attaches too much of public health.
3 o importance to salary will bear watch- We cannot expect to ever have improvement
The announcement that Mexico refuses ing, no matter what the figure of on the present system Marion B. Ives
: to recognize the republic of .that salary is. since there has been no improvementin
t'. China because "conditions there are The good and capable men are not our system since the beginning of \
, too unsettled" is certain to add to confined to the office seekers or the the town. Why stick to the, old plan
'" the gayety of nations.To office holders, or to the rich or the where men have to be persuaded tore
o prominent! run for office, and after they a EXCLUSIVE MILLINERY
keep from snoring t specialist Men of good judgement, of integrity elected then every body kick because PARLORS
declares the beat method is to keep and ability are very often foundin nothing is done.
1 one's mouth dosed. Incidentally, the humble places in life. The commission form in every city Second
same method will keep one from where tried has continued and thereare Floor
many other afflictions. I THE CITY BUDGET hundreds of cities now operating

o That much talked of "City Budget" under that plan, and satisfactorily,
u Every time the unloaded pistol trag- which has been held up and held backin too. And reports from many show --
edy is repeated we are convinced its self will be a disappointment; wonderful advancement in all lines.Let's .
+, afresh that the fool killer needs an not that it shows the city in debt, go ahead instead of backward FOLKS
L able bodied assistant or at least a for every body expected that, but be as we are now doing in governmental
caddy to carry hit tools cause it will generalize figures. affairs. Let's make the change and -
o The detail back of it all, where the In doing so make provision to meet In writing to the Tampa Tribune COMPLETE
;II Two Los Angeles chauffeurs stole money was expended on streets and the work of each year, and not have from Tallahasse relative to the state STOCK
thirty-one automobiles within seven at whose order and the character of to borrow money to run things and convention of Elki which met in that
months. It is sad to contemplate just the work and all the facts that will pay interest, and raise taxes next city this week, appeared the follow. SOP
what would happen if they were turn. enable the tax payers to judge for year to meet dif efts of this year. Ing
4 ed loose in an auto plant. themselves whether or not the moneys Let's change the plan, its progressive I "Dean Spencer, of Orlando li written .
''f o have been wisely expended is what the and democratic We cannot do I ai chaplain of the Association and
A Chicago Judge holds that a wife people look for. Ouinloni may differon worse and hardly at poor. ; he it; he presided over St. Luke's Cathedral Springy -
Mould not Ilk for money,but that the chit subject, and some people belleve Vote for charter for commission I In Orlando and was it when It
husband should hand It over without h that the tax payer has a right to government. comes to being a popular minister
being ariced Usually It li the hus- all the facts and that feeling li growing E. II. W. The Dean Is now Commissioner of Indian Styles iFASHIONABLE
land who does the asking 10 of late that a committee of affairs In", the state, having received
LUCERNE THEATRE the appointment a short time
r -o citizens may ask to check up bills and
: Joe Lea Is retting a lot of free the work that hal been done for then ago from Governor Trammell The
ftdvertiiing to say the least and It i Is bills in order to ascertain for them Three Reels Chaplain is one of the most InterestIng .
very probable that if less fun wainade selves whether the money has "been A rip roaring comedy program delegates on the ground and Is
about the matter, Joe would get wisely expended." "His Honor, the Mayor," Vita. being felicitated constantly on his

his walking papers No harm will be done in getting accounts graph-a delightful comedy, presentIng entertaing and diverting style. Senator tI AND
i o open to the sun light while at i it Mr. John Bunny dealing with the I,I Fletcher bad a high regard for
Being a grand opera song bird at woman suffragettes. I the Dean's ability and used his influence COMING

$2,600 a night is one thing; being i in Plans and specifications "Over the Phone," Pathe-a novel with Governor Trammell to
the grand opera chorus at $2.50 i ic is drafted for the have been comedy. have the sky pilot appointed to his
something else. For all singers life crete block edifice building for the of Methodist a con "A Delivery Package," Biograph- present position as being in control of Straw
is not one grand, sweet song. church at Largo. Work cracker-jack meritorious comedy. Indian affairs and particularly the
will be
----0- ed on the foundation at start If you have the blues and are looking -I welfare of the Seminoles. Billy Bow-
once and the
A suitor for a sure cure, then don't miss legs is recognized as it when it comes
seeking to
impress a girl trustees hope to have it ready for
by."boldness," lost her when he the dedication services the first Sunday this program of pictures. One hour I to being chief and naturally Commissioner Hats
{ of fun_ and amusement. Pctures that Spencer will have to confer with
claimed to a train robber. He in October. The
have building will have no equal and positively have the said Billy and it can be antici-
might experimented progressively be a modern structure in
every particular never before been shown in Orlando. pated that the curved pedal extremity
beginning with petty larceny. and will cost about $10,000.
o Special matinee at 3:30 to 5 p. m. gentleman will find a most agree-
Night 7:15 to 10. .able companion in the Dean."
U the city budget shows Orlando's: The state legislature handed the
ic afford a new charter because of the women of the state a lemon, when Balcony five cents; lower floor, ten
extra amount that will be required the committee refused to report the cents."Lucerne China now has a full fledged agricultural j Brown & Lartigue
the home
of the "Flick-
for salaries, surely is not consistentto franchise bill to the floor of the erless Pictures." department where chop suey
.point out the low salaries as an House. They did not permit the ingredients are given official atten-
objection to the bilL.; I 'gettes to reach first base. tion. '
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,THE NEW SHIRTS Now,.just a word about tailor

: The Eclipse" made suits. We have the Eng

Our customers say that we lish-American Tailoring line,

and we guarantee you a fit, or
have the knack of
picking out
no pay. In fact we have the

I the very niftiest patterns and first misfit suit to see yet. We

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

We want to show you how well l and the English-American pea

MEN: FOR WOMEN: FOR CHILDREN we live up to our reputation. ple know how to make the

1 WERE CINDERELLA A REAL PERSON SHE WOULD Here are both soft and laundered Every piece of goods shown in

's 'i1 BUY HER SHOES AND HOSE FROM US; THEY HAVE Coat Shirts with plain and our line is guaranteed to be all

.... THE STYLE, AND MAKE THE FOOT LOOK TRIM. WERE pleated bosoms. Some with wool, and they are beauties.

SHE ECONOMICAL, SHE WOULD BUY OUR SHOES AND French cuffs-some with attached Look them over, even if you

soft coHars all don't buy. We will be
glad to
HOSE representingthe
most artistic them to you. These suits
color effectsin
WHEN YOU are lower in price than most of

J BUY SHOES AND HOSE, YOU MUST FIRST PUT FAITHIN solid and fancy patterns. Materials the "hand me down" ready made

THE STORE YOU BUY FROM. BUY THEM FROM US I I of fine Percales, Madras suits you get in other stores, and
JUST ONCE; YOU WILL ALWAYS COME TO US AFTER and Soisette. they wear twice as long. Ex



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!))' Don't Place Forgetthe f. N.x AR MAN, l 106 L Ave .

blind man has been convicted in
Pennsylvania of running a "blind FERTILIZERS I I eO iWA
WADE tiger." J -- RUSSIA.. The kgislatures of several statesare
THE TUNER The following members of the local passing laws I tI -
ORLANDO.FLA.Xr. lodge of Odd Fellows returned yesterday Washington regulating the use Mrs.. Huxtible- purchased the
April 16.-Charles B.. of fertilizers
P. J. Tomlinson on
of Little Rock, Ark.| morning from Palataka where vegetables known as the Race place for her
Crane, in all liklihood, wil be named intended to be i son
is in Orlando. He he is tired of eaten raw, and pro who is
says had a.Professor
they been in attendance at the ambassador to Russia. in a northern col.
growing cotton and corn in Arkansas I hibiting entirely the use of certain : lege. He
meeting of the Grand Lodge. J. E. Plans have just become knownwhich I fertilisers in expects to come south with
Judson P. Esmay has returned and Florida.wants to try orange culture i in Arnold, J. T. Dale, M. F. Zeller, P. wit have Curtis Guild remainon I I in growing fresh soil intended to. be used t his family in the fall and remain for

to his home in Chicago. B. Wicoff, E. S. Keyes, Frank Eaton, duty as ambassador to St. Peters government vegetables.The health the winter and will put his place in

Charles Phillips, Geo. Barker, Frank burg until Mr. Crane can arrange his says: department order. This is a very desirable location -
Mill Mary Randolph has left Sunay Mr. Thomas 0. Watson of Johns Helm and Charley Carter. They re- business affairs in I( with quite a number of buddedi
I town, Pa., is in the 1 I this country. However "The great menace to health in the
Florida city and has trees and adjoins
for her home at Linden, pur port a splendid session, and speak especially Mr. Guild has also asked for practice of I the Huxtible home.
chased a small tract of land a using night soil as a
Jt. J. on which gar 1 Mrs. Reynolds who
highly of the Rebaccah degree leave of I I has been
abscence which he den spend
said fertilizer
to build home is has been
a to
which recognized
he will bring ing the winter
work done with Mrs.
by the ladies of the Fuller
: imperative and this (I will
somewhat in
deranges only
P. J. Whale, of California, ii looking his family next fall. (I degree Lodge Number 26 of Jackson his plans. offensive years. That it ii a very I|,II leave for her home in Washington,
public nuisance
Florida over with a view to locating. -:- ville. generally D. C., on Monday next. She is
Mr. L. C. Scheffnecker of, I I I Secretary of State Bryan believes, makes it an old offender. It is, however greatly

Baltimore interested
I The local members were disappointed a successor will be found in W. C. T. U. work and
immediately. only the
who frequently comes to Or that Mr. J. T. Dale was not elect Mr. Crane himself germ theory of especially in the children's depart.
at the disease has
was White become
Mrs. Geo. Gitchell one of our win- lando to interview plumbers in refer ed Grand Secretary but are proud of House today in a demonstrated ment She has traveled extensively
conference with the fact that the '
ter residents, baa gone to her home at: ence to their supplies, is in the city the fact that he was a close competitor President but declined capacity of vegetables to'and is very enthusiastic in the ante
today a guest of the San Juan. to discuss his I absorb and convey the germs of din I
Wclli Station, Maine I II in the race.INSPECTED. visit.* White House officials! !I Rev. Murphy held services In the
to human
I I are l. . beings has been estab-! Baptist Church +
- on and in
I equally reticent. It
believed 1
was also
Mrs Walter S. Heiier left yesterday Mrs. R. R. Reynolds is in Iowa, LAST NIGHT. that there lyished by painful experience and the afternoon Mr. Levan Goss was
was a conference
for the north, where the will where she will spend the summer whether Mr. to see proved by abundant evidence. Cook.i baptized in Lake Landon.Mr. .
Crane I
could not ing will
adjust destroy the
spend the rammer. I season with friends. Mr. Reynoldswill Company C., Florida National his business affairs to abroad vegetables germs in I and Mrs. Keene have moved
go earlier as boiling
join her ,here some time during Guard, Orlando's newly organized than he destroys them from Pine Castle to their home on
expected.Mr. in water but
W. Starbird, and wife of Apopka, I the summer for a short vacation. military company, was inspected last Crane celery, lettuce, radishes East Lake Conway
I, \.I was appointed .minister and other vegetables eaten uncooked II i
were in Orlando yesterday shopping night in the armory by Captain Frederick to China by President Taft shortly after may at any time become the I

and calling on friends. Mr. I,. ,L Payne and ,A. L Beck, Goedecke, of the Seventeenth the begining of his administration. deadly disease where the conveyorof use of GOODBYE AND WELL DONE!

two of Orlando's progressive business United States Infantry, stationed at When he reached the Pacific coast en this form of fertilization is -
'' Mr. Oscar Johnson was among)I men are just completing two new Fort McPherson, Atlanta, Ga., and route to the Orient he was recalled permitted. We congratulate the Philadelphia

those who left for the north )'literIday. houses on Kuhl avenue and.bave an- Major H. M. Snow, Jr., of St Au because of his alleged statements on THE PACKERMrs. Public Ledger on the courage and

He goes to Huntington, Pa I other fine one under contemplation.Mrs. gustine of the Quartermaster's Corpsof foreign policy Jean Richards, representing public spirit it has shown in discon

I the National Guard of Florida. the New York Packer is in the I I tinuing the publication of a comic

Mrs. John H. Rolfe left yesterday,. Chase, who has been the at- As was to I be expected, the inspection FIRE DESTROYS HOTEL. for at least a months stay and city I supplement os part of its issue on
for her home in Middleton, Ohio. of may I I
Thayer during the past six weeks, was a most satisfactory ,' possibly make Orlando comic supplements that have been a
tractive house guest of Mrs. J. M. leaves today for her home in Omaha. nature and Captain Moore and the officers Syracuse, N Y., April 17.-A dispatch :I headquarters. The Packer is permanent distinct-1 i feature of most of the Sunday issues

She will be accompanied to Atlanta were highly complimented upon from Malone,. N. Y., says: ively a produce periodical and is for of the big dailies, and of some that
T. J. Norman, of Worcester, Mass.I!by Mrs. Thayer, who will the general status of their command. I I I are not so for
attend the information big, the last
Seven for
persons were burned to the producer and the twenty
who has spent the winter in Tampa,J Grand ___________ 'I
is spending a few days io, Orlando.Y .I Opera. death and others seriously injured J{'buyer. Consequently Mrs. Richards I years or so, have been a powerful
I: FRIENDS RETURN. when fire destroyed the De Wilson :will endeavor to get in touch with I' agent in vitiating taste in art and ia.

Messrs J. W.-and Warren Graves,I Mr. Stephen Lockwood, one of Orlando's i *"""""" Hotel here this morning. crop conditions in Orange county for corrupting popular appreciation oft

prominent business men and packers popular winter residents, has Mr. and Mrs. James Gibson, whomwe Caught in their beds, thirty or the benefit of the buyer, and those a I wit and humor.
now claim as Orlando people, although shut off from the other end of the The Public Ledger has taken
of Ocoee were in Orlando yesterday I gone to his home in Pennsylvania for more guests were escape line will keep tab this
on business. r the summer season. The Sentinel they claim to be tourists,I II :i as the flames shot up the stair on market conditions for the benefit. step it says in full realization of the

(will be his bureau of information dur- have been away for several weeks I:way. Several women jumped from of the producer. foct that these supplements are supposed
t'tug his absence. Mr. Lockwood I attending the Grand Army Encamp the third floor. I to have a lam circulation
W. F. Myers and wife of si Louis / will --- --------
Mo., who have spent the Winter in!A return early next fall ment at St. Petersburg and Tampa, The fire started with an explosion, Mr. Payson Branch returned home value. It has made its departure oa

this county have returned 'to their, have returned to Orlando and beforeour the cause of which is unknown. It yesterday after an absence of several I the principle that it is "the provinceof

home city. : Among the popular genial friend realized what he consumed the old three-story wooden weeks. Payson has a host of friends a newspaper to undertake to in'culcate -
guests I
at the San Juan last evening roves saying, was telling how glad building almost as if it were paper. in Orlando who are always glad to. in its readers, appreciation of
he was to get back home. We said him. what is elevating and
Some of the see artistic"
Mr. and Mrs. Jas. D. Biggs, of was Mr. H. J, Wise, of Atlanta, Ga., guests were'overcome I ; not
same to you, Mr. Gbson.o in hall merely to seek popularity,
and in by
some their i means
'Several ways roomsFiremen -
Rierton, Ky., and who have spent years ago Mr. Wise made I I
the winter pleasantly at Duke Hall, periodical pilgrimages to Orlando i o managed to save a few by The Sentinel acknowledges, with I that have no intrinsic merit.
have returned to the old Kentucky the interests of his house, but this The contract has been let for the getting them out of the windows, but thanks, an invitation to be present'at 'i We have no doubt that in the long

home. is'his first visit in some time and his |erection of a thirty-five room hotel there was little time for rescue the recital to be held this evening run the Public Ledger will profit by
very much gratified at the in Daytona. The time stipulated for work. I at the Convent Hall of St Joseph's this new departure. At any rate, It
substantial the completion of the building is the Academy at 8 o'clock. w t promote its own self-respect and
Mr. J. T. Haskell, who has been growth of the City Beautiful. I I
15th of next October, so that it will Money to loan on improved prop- i and win the approval of most intel
the !
a guest n city for several weeks,
departed for his home in Wellington 1 Money to loan *** be ready for occupancy by November erty. S. Y. WAY-tf Mr. John B. Coarsey, the clever and:ligent patrons The Patriot.
on improved
ProP-I i 1. The hotel is to be modern popular representative of the
Ohio last night Leroy
erty. S. Y. WAY- ,and moderate in price. Subscribe for the Sentinel II I Myers Company, Savannah, manuI Money to loan on improved prop-

I facturers of the famous Herman Cortez .rty&: Y. WAY-tf
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A Chicago woman was arrested the CLASSIFIED _

other day charged with praying too Basinets Boottew, (ekssiied advertisement -;:-, ; ,.L"., .. .. I ,
t" loud. She.'prayed often'and! vociferously *) received after 10'o'dock, 4
poi-nte if the protesting neighbors can midnight, wfll be ran in'the "Too Late

be believed, and;finally.-became disturbing to Classify'' column.
a -
Boosters 'of five lines less
s for' element or -ap
y proximately 80 words ont time, 26 1
Of course nobody contends that this cents; three times 50 cents; one week ,
Mothers] enthusiastic devotee was heard because (six daily and one weekly editions) 1 1
of her loud praying. The still small $1.00; one month, $3.00.
voice would have carried the petition GIDItliCRun
.rk well. But'to arrest a person LOST-A black suit coat, satin Dining -

for praying seems an anomaly.It trimmed with silk braid. Near
Problems For Parintt to Decide. ;recalls'the story of the verger in city limits on road to Altamonte.

Few question;'perplex' the conscieutloui Westminster abbey who had a foreigner reward.Finder return to this office and receive 15-

parent more than the one' i pre- arrested for kneeling and praying in .

eatedyWbea_a BOO or daughter readies the main aisle of the;.building; GOOD bargain in real estate. Fine --

the marriageable age. In soiite instances 'Buf.said the Judge, -"why do you location in different parts of city.

of co'one, there is no room for object to the man's devotional actr Address ,Mrs. EW..; Bollock, 11 t
perplexity because The-,verger.was amazed Shelby street1 14-3t '
the choice suits all
but in: the -W-wby. your honor." he, stuttered, : Fai 7f
v parties majority'of cases If d-didn't make an example'this ROOMS-For light housekeepingrea- SAl.y !
the parents bare much'to thlnk'about.Probably .
: man people would be praying all over sonable for the; summer.: Apply 308 .
the mother is more perturbedthan the placer-Cleveland! ) Plain Dealer. North Orange avenue. 4-15 6t .- -
the father, but all parents who -
: have< 1M''welfare of their children at BUY a lot, in Thornton Park,. a nice
heart moat ,fee some _anxiety, when! Th. Plumber.I suburb in east part of the city. Carl
telephoned the plumber, Jensen.
; they arrive at a marriageable age.
And right on time h* came.'
1 The first 'anxious feenng!arise over He truly was a hummer OAK HILL is the beautiful raMMsion ,a
tht,choice f which;the son or daughtermay And should be known to fame. to Northeast of the city and- Y

make. Then comes the selection ,He But spent found no time In gazing, I still.have some choice lots'there.' .

4 and the parents wonder whether the And, what la out most what amazing was wrong; Carl Jensen. -, .

? future partner is or will prove suitable He had his tools along. .. .' . ,
; : '
In the best sense of the word. W ANTED-A position as .
manager, .
'Suppose.that the child be a'daughterThe Be did not con the matter' caretaker and collector for non ., "'':-' --.-.", ..",''''' "!;\L ,....;, ... :', -', __ .
For half an hour or more resident .
future husband Is subjected to the No solder did he spatter property owners. By man of .
l mental process often called ..takln g Upon the kitchen floor, experience who can give it dose at-
With seal still undiminished tention. Address. Collector, Senti
v stock of him" and certain questions neL-
He worked war for us 4-
arise. And whea the Job wu finished
The:parents, not blinded by love as He cleared up all the mUll! WANTED-Old Mirriors resflvered, 6,000 miles
they are inclined to think their daughter making them u good aa new. New condition -
is, are not altogether satisfied. His beating memo of heart expense I waited ones made to order by the latest improved

'> Loving their daughter, they set up Until.he lightly stated French process and damp .
ldeale,'and this young'man is not quite His bill was fifty cents! proof backing put on them: Send .. Car complete not a defect.
what they expected,' they:are not able My face grew pale'and haggard postal,',name and address to H. A.: .- .. ,,
I gave a muffled scream,. Royston, and I wiIl1caII.snd take your
to explain exactly why but somehow
be falls short His income is smaller Into:And a woke-lt chair, staggered was a dream order. Mar22-lm Am leaving Orlando. Must 6 ell.

than they :think. it should be, or be, is _-Pittsburgh._ Dispatch. FOR SALE-New seven-roon house, I
Terjv fond of sport, and they, fear he with all modern improvements,

p win'neglect ''h1I 'Wite In favor of athletic What It Meant 3000. Will take automobile in part: . ; .
'pastimea1 hr II,' perhaps, cleverhot The man gave' the' girl a betrothal i pax. Address Owner, care Sentinel, -ij."ir.r': ; "" f > "

r (like so many clever persons) rather ring and she shrieked'with delight '| (

erratic, and .that 'means' comln? : "What is thisword: ,you have' had FOR, SALE -About four acres- 96 .
home to dinner at any time and mak engraved on the inside of itf' she trees seven years old, on lake Adairten ,

lug his, wife unhappy by a ,constantseries i asked when her first rapture bad sub minutes walk from Orange avenue ;'
on'Apopkaroad.- See'owner
c of little vexations. They mayobject aided ises. SamM. Cooley on 10-lwfc prem ,
to avocation, and they may 'The word Is Mtzpab. All engagement : "

also'fancy: that he'li'hot really in love, rings have that word engravedon
For Exchange or Sale
i'lth'the girl or that she herself is aim them nowadays.' It's. quite the For acreage or other property in

lily' infatuated and will[ regret Uquickly. fashion.11 Orange or Lake Counties for fourin
; "I've"seen it before. But what doesIt dwellings Pittsburgh} Pa. Houses
; So endeavor their meanT bringing'' rent All modern bittdings.
they to exercise r ... .. .
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right as they, say; The girl disputes "It's from Shakespeare I believe. It .' Can be handled separate if de- .

their right, saying that the best means. 'When Shall We Three Meet I Iired. .

fude;,they cannot know as much.about Again "-New York,Globe. j jWhn. I.J Address' F. JOSEPH RAEHN, '
lmo.17-17 Orlando FU. .
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J1er'sentiments' aI'she does It,is she y.,.... .04"I' '..:a- I : a $r! ,
who has to take the consequences, hVANTED-A'1- ,
business partner in a
i". ,iood or bad?she believes that she tUbe ,They. sing of "when this" and they ting manufacturing business with well
hippy with1 61m'{ and' that 'ehe' has I of "when that I established trade. Need-
In rustic or,urban refrain. more capital Cook Automobile
the right to dedde:' "When frost hits'the pumpkin," familiar and will take' partner, or will .make. a Co.
Who shall' cldeJ Can the parents and'pat, .t i I with $15,000 to $20JOOO ,- ; : ,
x 'do more than endeavor to reason calm" We hear It again and again. I I capita< Plant up to 'date and in J

; ly with her, or have they any right tu "When father ,comes home"" and "When !,excellent condition.' Address Manufacturer
mother makes plea,
exert their Influence or their autocratic in care,of Sentinel tfI Orlando FloridaMlllllillllllH
"When;we Jive wide awake, "When w' j i ,
power, if they possess any, to prevent dream!" ;_
:'the marriage? It we'examine similar But we'll bear the moat welcome of all [FOR RENT Furnished, my cottage .. .
i' by and by on Lucerne Circle;' 'Jas.: A. Knox. llllllllltllll"I' J'IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII'111111111111111111111111..IAaA. ,.

instances have we been shall right find at times that and the that parents When ,the Janitor turns oa the steam. I I I . ;; -..-... -"...... I'. ...,-.. I 1"IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII, ..,.. .,"_ "__ .. _IIIIIIIIIIIIIII"'ffJr, Jr ,

they: have ,spoiled the girl's life at ,The sun as It shine on the fat distant hill t,FOR RENT-Furnished suite of large .. .., -. -
others. Is scarcely the friend that we knew, 1 I airy rooms for light'housekeeping.Close .
And you feel a pervading, insidious chill
cheap rent 312 North Main. -
Surely the situation is disturbing As at evening he drifts from your view "
enough to' make both sides ponder t However your fancy Inclines you to rim'That 1 I I 166t.FOR I ... 10 NEW YORK BOSTONAND
gravely. '"The'trouble' Is that;the girl 1 tells of the wood's golden gleam, JUf'OAKLANU
; You long for the plain solid bliss of the SALE-A fine Jersey'cow.- Calf ALL
> Is old be
not or experienced enough to
time ten days old, a good family cow ata 1
= able 'to reflect properly.' the parents When the janitor turns on the steam.Washington reasonable price. P. 0. Box 626, Norlhera aid Eastern Points
.... ,
would retort. Star. ,
Orlando. 17-StI ,.. ..r.
What is to be done? The best suggestion THE CAR t ,- Restful and Healthful'Sea Voyage

that can be made is that the Waiting. I J I You should think not only of what .-.. .. O'162OO, -Ton ,M.dern Steel.
n young people should be 'uked'to wait Here is one to which the legal fra I, can be'saved as between different
Steamships 400
awhile before thinking of marriage or ternlty ought not to take exception; I;: articles and their uses, but as between FARES
seven of a fixed engagement if that can as a lawyer is authority for the incident \j I Lo,.,.
different stores and buying seasons FROM Stopovral
>, be managed. and then let the guise e i iI TALKING Sarao.aJaCYSONVILLE
more of other men. If it is mere .infatuation : Two pickpockets bad been following I I: as well. Read the adyertisments inline : Itdcilrci

it will'wear off. I II''gentleman who seemed a likely j I Sentinel closely and constantly ABOUT .

abject :when suddenly he'turned into ; 'very day: and they will help you tASK TO '

v The School Headache a 1a W'yerotlke.. .i keep your cost': of living down to a FOR DEMONSTRATION New York $24.90 Friar $19.00 I Infcnne&te -
"What shall we do now? asked one I -'-
The brain is such a delicate organ, so minimum. They will direct you to -
of the I Bo ,Jon 28,10 23.00Incldins.lfcalsend5totsroomAccommodatiees.eSraaaw:
"dips. -
easily hampered in development, that the right store at the right time. l
when headache, which is, 'in a' sense Walt for the lawyer, promptly replied SEE: '
pain in the'brain; is complained of it the other.-Xewark Morning Star. Money to loan on improved prop- I Csrrawfusb b* uJtkrMfk'tick*ha ilFWfcpbiJACKSONVILLE ,
should receive,immediate attention. OFFICE.: 17 HOGAN ST.-ftoae ttt
The Adjuncts ertJ. S.T. W Y.-tr MAGRUDERWELCOME I ,J.L_CAAIIACI,T.P. _. w. L KOOKM. TIH....
It may result from defective sight. Necessary \
n It may be' adenoids. In such a case A sentimental saying running thus has I L
gained much credence: I
the growths in the, nose and throat pre- "The hand that rocks the cradle is the' GOOD WORK MULES -
vent the child from breathing In a sufficient hand that rules the world." |
quantity of oxygen and the At seaside towns In summer one like this J
:1' brain is should take precedence: i
irritated by the defective quality
_ "The'hand that holds the check book Is
f :of the'blood. The adenoids shouldbe the hand that keeps us girled." For Sale by TO ORLANDO
treated or removed. Overstrain or
F; brain fag can be counteracted by regu-> Deferred will be the buoyant hopes mam- e

lating lessons! and providing. more rest Within mas their have kept hearts secreted and unfulfilled the 1 1. G. Harper ROYAL PALM I
and sleep. I plans that they'F'have planned'Till '
Headache due to digestive disordersor daddy' handsome bank account has ;
anaemia is treated by careful diet. been by,checks depletedAnd South Hughy St. Phone 534 BARBER SHOP
all the big resort hotels have been
exercise and plenty of fresh air, completely manned. '
Iff Sweets, rich dishes fatty greasy foods -San Francisco_Chronicle. I Modern and Complete. .

tea and coffee should be given up. at -. -- Hauling of all kinds and plowing Everything new, individual MODERN COURSES IN
least till the child's health equilibrium Musical Comedy
Is re-established. Meals should be light No musical comedy can be a success I carefully looked after.I ,electric attachments at every
chair. No stone has been left Single and Double Entry Bookkeeping. Corporation
without title. We have the
L and easily digested. it may be necessary a ;girl
a to put the child on, a milk diet fora "Girl and the Governor" the "Girl and I unturned to make this shop" : Bookkeeping, Banking, Shorthand,
time in which case a tumblerful of the Judge. and so on. The supply of (GIVE USA TRIAL meet th erequirements of the i
t milt should be given at each meal girl titles is nearly exhausted, but I most particular. Plenty of I Typewriting, Penmanship, Commercial Law,

with such a simple dish as custard, soft there are a few left. We offer these I room. Courteous attendants.. j Commercial Arithmetic, Spelling and all
boiled eggs a little fish with thin bread I freely:
and butter, until the digestive, systemIs The "Girl and the Grindstone." ELIJAH WHITEHEAD, Branches of Civil Service.

restored to its normal working: tone. The "G irl and the Chocolate Fudge." L I. Mustard I Proprietor. I

The teeth should not be overlooked in The "Girl and the Tomato Catsup.- Orlando Fla.
Orange Ave. - :
investigating the cause of ill health in Louisville Courier-Journal. I DAY AND NIGHT CLASSES
the school child. Not only should they IIIIlEfI'1{ t '"

be carefully examined and attended to Imagination as an Asset Experienced Teachers in Charge. Diplomas
v, but care should be taken that the child One great advantage has the man of mind Manicure Pedicure, Shampoo I
'a thoroughly chews every bite of food. imaginativeAnd Face and Scalp Massage. -- Ij Granted and Positions Secured for Gradu
( by these odds the owner cannot
but be benefited) iKYERYTIIIIII' ates.
,;, Exercise For Children. O'er fellow men who are possessed of fancy Parlor over Dickson Sc Ires store ', .

b Children should be encouraged to less creative- corner Orange and Central I j II Patronize Home Institutions.For .
He and
sees sidesteps errors while as I
play, games that exercise every mus yet they're not committed.
cle. They should have Jumping ropes -Chicago Tribune. Avenues.Oscar I

seesaws, swings battledore and shuttlecock I
j tennis and basketball Par. Relieving the Famine.A Prices and Terms call on or address:

; eats and nurses sbfcld play with missionary stationed 'in a land I--- FEED
: them. Fathers who form ball teams where the natives were cannibals

or football elevens among the boy wrote for assistance as follows: .- ,- -- .
of the neighborhood will have healthier "Our small force of brethren seemsto Hand Orlanifo Busess Co11ee!

t children and will feel better them- be unable to cope with the distress -FOR-

t sires.F which prevails in this dark and benighted & Son

Amateur track meets under the parental land. Many of the natives are TIIIB FLOOR FIONE 597
eye even in a back yard areS starving for food. Please send a few Successors to E Hand LIVE STOCKTAUBACH ,

good ways of helping) children to exer more missionaries."Sunday Magazine HAND Bull ORLANDO FLA.l
else. There can be Jumping contests 111V .
and and
a weight lifting trapeze swings
u punching bag.Children Fact. HOUSE FURNISHINGS .

can be formed into walking One half of the world does not know how .

dubs and even small boys and girls But The this other is nothing half may strange fare I yow tie The Grain Man.Ctadi .

may be encouraged to do a certain It doesn't even care. IN AND SEE US I

t amount of daily sprinting. -CtoclnnaU Eaquirtr. '_, FktsK 18.. : l IS Uf8 DB your JOO, Prin1

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"WIU Bold Revival Semen in the First '

Baptist Church, Beginning Sunday .
April 27tlw-In all Probability -
Will Be Called to

,at Rev.present Poulson Pastorate located is a of in Virginian Church Bluffton, but, Ind.-is S. E. Lesher's Jewelry 'Store .; JEWELRYk .

He is one of the strongest preachersIn

Indiana, and has accomplishedgreat In order to quit-business I will offer my entire :stock at Auction.
things in his present charge.

has In a added little over over 300 three I members years time to his he Sale Open. Saturday' :April 5th at 2.30 ana, '7.30: p.m.. Daily JEWELRY _

church, 250 of whom'were'candidates Until all sold.
for baptism. Orlando will ,be. fortunate : goods are ; Is one of the necessities of life.

indeed to secure this man as :
one of her.pastors. ,He is a man who BILLY N'OONTBY, Auctioneer Satisfactory Jewelry must

will co-operate with:the other pastors have style, design and quality,

of.the city, and his influence for goodfrill .
and don't forget that the price i-
be felt throughout the state as == 0-

well as this community. MMIIIHMII IttlHIIIitMMIMIMMIIIIHMHIIIIillllllliHllitIF has something to do with it too,
Following is a sermon preached by
We have them all
.J1t!v. Pulson last Sunday to a large !

fare.Bluffton." audience on "Child's Wel- YOU WANT'THE LATESTIN Everything Guaranteed.Try .

"A large audience was presentat our satisfactory repair de.

,the First Baptist, church Sunday partment.Allen.
morning to hear Rev. Mr. Poison's
address on the 'The ;Problem of the THE LINE OF UP TO DATE DRY GOODS, CLOTHING, ;

Home.!'< In part he said' : 'God never HATS AND SHOES, ALSO LADIES READY TO WEAR
paid to any man a greater',complimentthan
"Ifcnow him, and he will command his I & Co.
household after h m.' That showed
the confidence God had. in him. He REFUNDED.
as,much as said: If Abraham will _
make his household las and' JEWELERS
; good upright
as he is, that's all I can ask'I
'What a compliment!,, And,yet, ought I B. Salomon OrlandoIMMMHIIIHIIMtHIIMMiMIIIIIIIIIMIIIIMMIIMMiiimimiMMMm Orlando, Florida
not every parent endeavor so to conduct : ,
himself that he, might win the I
same commendation from the Almighty -
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L I I want you this morning' to go with o [ ---
r me for little visit to the most sacred
and blessed spot in all this world, a 1 Grocery
U place that has more sweet associations ORLANDO TMPiY7
[ and pleasant associations and O BANK a TRUST 1
memories than any other place in this 18 West Church Street
I World-the home. The more I travelironnd

I this world, the more I see and Capital art Surplus and Undivided Profits $120,000.00. '\
I come in contact with people, the more FANCY AND STAPLE GROCERIES. NEW AND
I I',see of their wrecks and successes, Total Resources over Three-quarters of a MilioB. FRESHWe

I the. more I see of drunkenness and
I Christian sobriety, the more I see of Report of the Condition of Orlando Give Our Personal Attention'to Our 'Customers and '

I vice and crime,:the'more I:see of sorrow Bank and Trust Co, Condensed Guarantee Satisfaction and Prompt Delivery
I and happiness, the more I am
I From Report to Comptroller Give Us a Trial
convinced that the greatest of all
I problems which we have to deal withy Feb. 4,1915RESOURCLS '

today is that of the home.; ,You may Subtler Bros. Proprietors
I build your fine palaces and''fix'them I Loans and Discounts .....$393: LOi ,
I up with every beautiful thing the t ,. Overdarfts .............. 193X3 '
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I mind can wish or call for; you 'may;,: '?l. Stocks and Bonds ....... 26,01843 IlililltlllllllllllftliiilltllllllllllHIOIIIIillilTHE
I give in that home."such social ;funcI -' Real Estate, Furniture and -

tions that will .;mike the 7 outsiders. I r'I Fixtures ... .......... 25,853.44 H. H. P. STRAIGHTFor
I wonder and admire,.-but\if there'is a Cash on hand and in Banks 215,08188
I wayward son coming in at all hoursejbf ,
Sale at all Cigar Stores
< the night, or a daughter that has _,sILlS
I-a question mark after here character, I J LIABILITIES Orlando's Newest Cigar Made in Orlando.

I there is no joy or abiding happiness !' r Capital Stock ...........100000.00 Havana and Florida WrappersTry
I there for mother and father-it takes Surplus and Undivided

I more than these things. to make the < ,: r Profits ... ........... 22, 3183 One and Be Convinced

I home." Deposits ... ............ 537,4185
I Continuing, Mr. Poulson said: "If I .. HERMAN H. PINDER MTg'r
I should select a dozen men and ask $660,31118
I them to give me their meaning of 212 South Orange
I home, perhaps every one would give a I We invite the attention of our customers .
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and friends to statement
I different answer. To one man it our
above and wish to assure them that ilMIIIIIIHIMIIIMIIMIt DID YOU BUY ?
means a place where he is to have a
plenty of good things to eat, with another we appreciate their patronage and OUR 1
I it means a place where he. can f d ask for a continuance of same. I I overheard a prominent hardware
Don't forget that dealer say this morning to 'a prominent
our deposits
eat and sleep, with another a pleas- are
insured. lee CreamNEW citizen of Orlando, I could bYe
I ant greeting when he leaves and ,a I bought land at '2.50 and $5.00 but
kiss and smile when he returns to A cordial invitation is extended to did not do it .
I spend his entire ,evening with a devoted visitors in our city to call and open I At the time he referred to I sold
wife and affectionate children. Unlieo;'.,ct lernmen.State sad County Depository. an account with us. 1 Ice CreamIS I for an Orlando man several hundred
'acres of land in Orange county for
I Men, parents, children, what does L J i,|1.00 per acre, the same land ii now
: -
I home mean to you?" etc. _.._r.-,0 :::: 0 :ii sold in 10 and twenty acre tracts for
Ht. declared that the i 30.00 per,acre, and is cheap at this
speaker par-
I ents should be the master and guidBng H {tee Cream 1 price.What wen the Orlando people buy.
hand in the home; that when their ,fair at that timed Gold mining stock.
I children out at night they should MADE If land, you ,
are your profit.g sow
figure You knew -
H know where they are and with whom W. M. SLEMONSOur Ice Cream time ago your profit on the mining
H they are keeping company .The idea itock, without hiving to figure on it
H of a parent allowing the fit teen-ycars- FROM I If you have not yet bought some
H old daughter to be out at night and Orlando or Orange Ctur.t, property,
ii still
I opportunities for large
H yet not know just where she I ia or Ice Cream profit, and I can chow you
whose company the ii in I ii something I I can nil you something that will

to make a thoughtful person ihudder New Spring Stock is Coming InAnd REAL I make* itock you money will not, but buy your It. gold tnlnIn -
Parents, for the future welfare of Cream I Call and IN n'..
or girl, and for the Rood of Ice CARL JANSBN:
boy your we will 'ou ft Cholet Selection of High Claw Good ,
own soul, know where they are and GOOD Offlei over Dlckion A Ivu, Orange
what they are ""lCltlCrlln Jien they ( ns well ni FANCY SILKS, ind NINE DRESS iOOIS, ATht banks and the tnjilneii men of
go out from your pretence I It them HOSIERY IN SILK LISLE! AND l COTTON and the Many Ac Ice Cream Orlando know me, If you do not, nk
understand thAt they art>> to obey\> you ci'tHorlt that Women UM thorn,
became know tho whys and DEBT ,I .
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wherefore do. Rule) them so much in A better loving than, tender they, Bargains Six Days in ;very WeekWe Ice CreamYOU I I miMIMIMMMMM

gentle way if you can, but do it, do it I
even if It has to call forth. the hick. carry nil the time a large stock of SHOES of the'best I '
ory lometlmei makes and newest styles KING QUALITY MEN'S SHOES. Ice CreamEVER
not want and expect to find some oth REN'S SHOES NONE BETTER ARE SOLD IN THIS
and association that will be MARKET
er place
more attractive for them. SCHLOSS BROS. FINE SUITS FOR MEN at $15.00. $20. Ice Cream EVERYBODY LIKES .
Ai U the home, so will the city or $25.00 and $30,00 are unsurpassed for STYLE FIT ANY I
nation be. Water does not rise above I QUALITY. TASTED

its source, neither can a community or LORD BALTIMORE BOYS' SUITS WILL BE SURE TO Ice Cream :\
nation rise above its homes, for the PLEASE YOU. rIAWLEY'SSTRAIGHTS
home is the nation's great fountainhead

: ," etc. .
In closing Mr. Poulson spoke of the!
'home in a three-fold .relation: The! oeLairugQuick Co1 O

relation of the patent to the child and W. M. SLEMONS Get the best cigar at five

the child to the parent, and the com- cents, the next time you
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munity or city's relation or obligationto Delivery want to smoke judge for
the home Ire declared that one yourself.
of the greatest opportunities and responsibilities I and nobler service toy'our youth and t Iii Watkins Building

that ian today come to a!homes than is he, if he only will appreciate -! Phone 2
layman is that in his own ty, for his opportunity u-t IIIIII C U 0 e 0 e 0 II 0 lOt I Made in Orlando and sold
for weal or oe is almost unlimited ARTISTIC PICTURE FRAMER of Orlando by all dealers.

; and outsidt: th "parents, ,nd one Money to' loan on improved prop I Money to loan on improved prop-
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:; eat flowers formed the beautiful yet :

;' T. flitta. War lev, YMadsa ft Wn Im Orliu I simple decorations for the wed0ligM .
,r I ...... C. kb* Ar'1 WIlt Mrwl At"miL All'CNN : nuIIed Tuesday afternoon at 36'eloGk
: In St. '.ur'. Episcopal church I -T. when Miss Zelda Hutchlni Warflild r - '
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; t THESTATE became tho bride of Mr. Earle Phil.|I

I Ipi, formerly of Fernandina, but now t
t raiding in(Atlanta long before the i ,
F appointed hour, the church wee Ailed
S F BANK with the many friends of the con I I 'I ,
k tracttng parties and while the gueiti ;
wire auembUng Mr. Wilson Baltiell,
of Jacksonville, rendered a beautiful o INTEREST
program, ably accompanied by Mr. F, 5 -- PER 'I

1. : of Orlando ly C. Hillyer several, 'celloist selections.The who. played sweet O Instead of 't''CENT. .

beautiful strains of the chorus _. ..
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';t: THE (WEST BANK IN THE CITY of the wedding party.
First entered the ushers, Mr E.

-AND- Linwood Jeffries, of Jacksonville, and
( Mr. H. A. Powell, of Fernandina, followed If you have a savings account which
by Miss Louisa Horsey, the! .earni only four per cent either call,
The Bank which transacts more business than telephone, or write, and we will glad '
maid of honor, who never looked lovelier -j / ly explain how the same money can
any Bank between Jacksonville and Tampa than on this occasion, her costume earn five per cent and probably
being of white charmeuse and :
wearing with this a white picturehat more.'I
The large patronage of this Bank has been built up trimmed in pink and carrying. a

i its business bouquet of pink bridesmaid roses,
during twenty years by conducting on sound I

c banking principles with careful attention to the legitimate )I showered The bride with entered pink sweet with her peas.father,I I f PEOPLES NATIONAL BANK A

wants of customers. The confidence of the publicis who gave her away in marriage. Thebride's I
costume was a blue traveling
reuected in the large amount of deposits. ,
suit with hat to match.At
Average deposits First Quarter of 1913, $900,000. the chancel steps the bride was
met by the groom and his best man,
i;. Mr. A. Edwin Philips, brother of the .

FOUR PER CENT PAID ON SAVINGS ACCOUNTSOur groom. !> :';: During April we offer City of Orlando
The impressive ceremony was per- Five Per Cent Sewerage Bonds at par,
formed by the rector, Rev. Lionel A. for cash or on easy payments. ,
correspondent banks are located in every part of Immediately after the ceremony Me,
and Mrs. left for New York
the world and include some of the largest Banks in the Philips
and other points of interest North, re-
;'' United States. turning via Atlanta for a visit of .
several days to the groom's parentsand
fj, tIllISSIIIIIIIIII111111I1111111111IIIIIIIIIIIIIift' to attend the Grand Opera. After
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returning wedding H
4 - trip they : : : ;: .
AUCTION BRIDGE FOR MISS PURCHASED A WINTER HOME.In will make their home in Fernandina- ,
COOLEY. Mrs. Philips was born in Orlando I A
r a few days Mr. and Mrs. J. A. and has many friends here who will
Miss Willie and Jean Person were Rogers of Fairfield, III, will start for be interested in the above announce.
hostesses last evening at their hos- their home today after spending the ment. I
pitable home on Main street for a winter2in the state. They first came to
delightful card party given in honorof Lakeland, while there they visited COMMISSION WINS IN JERSEY
of Miss Roselle Cooley. Mulberry Galaway, Bartow, Winter CITY., -
The invitations included twenty of Haven, prospecting for a winter .
the "younger set" and a'more congen home, then went to Kissimmee, staid Jersey Cityz April 17.Jer'sey 111111111111111111.111111111111.11111111111. 11111 11111 11111 11111 11111 1I111 II"
ial crowd could not have been gatherect four weeks, but did not like that place. City yesterday voted to adopt a I
r, togetnern; or the' evening more I It is too fiat but the Lake Tahopeligia commission form of government, faVored -
; pleasantly spent is grand, which any town would be by Woodrow Wilson as govern-1!
Potted plants and vases holdng ex proud of. Next they concluded to go or. Hoboken, Bayonne and Union'
quisite red roses_ were used in decorating to Palatka, but on receiving a special Hill rejected the proposition. Jersey 1
and the score cards wire 'ornamental i invitation from Mr. and Mrs C. H. City is the first large municipality YOwelfsf
with a,.role design. :Keen,who were a second door neigh-1 tin(t the east to adopt this form of government :
| A daintily served salad course ,followed I bor to them at home,to stop off for a
by >an ice, was placed on the i few days and see the best town in the I'I January the proposition was detested -
smal tablet a[ $i conclusion of the state of Florida, they did and when''i' in Jersey City by about 2,000
exciting gamut- of Auction, Misses here five days IM this beautiful little1 I i votes, but yesterday it was carried, by I II THIMSDAY FRIDAY AND SATURDAY A
1 Willie and Jean Person being assisted city so well that they bought B winter 1!I nearly 4,000, the figures being 11,368

by Mrs Person and Miss Agnes i.home at 306 West Church street, and I.,,ayes and 7,455 nays. Scarcely more) ,
; Person. have been here three weeks fixing than half the voters appeared at the '
The pets were Misses Cooley,!and cleaning up their home which they I I|I I polls. (
patsy I"d Sara Siemens, Vida Mil-i have rented for'the summer. They The proposition was defeated by,
r' JIT, Fannie Robinson, Ada Bumby, heartily agree with their friends asj i,I narrow margins in the other cities. 1

Jma DeLaney Rita Lawton, Joseph- to this being the best little city they t i,1: : 1 Values in
toe Keller and Messrs. Merle McElioy have had the pleasure of seeing while REFUSES MORE SERUM. Extraordinary
4 Wilbur Tilden, Tiff Hammond,I in the state. They think that I I!I Washington, April 17.-Dr. Fried-i

Cardenas DeWitt Miller, Louis Dolive,I the people are so nice and rich Friedmann, it developed today
.Cestia .lA tWrjyiU,.Branch, Donald common, make you feel at homeso has refused a request of the Federal
..x 'Cheney and- Jim DeLaney. 1 different to what the people ,of the public health service for more of the
I which he claims ift U ure" Afternoon Dinner and Street
a Miss Cooley was .presented with i other_towns told them of the people serum a I .
for Surgeon General
;l a pretty handkerchief at guest price;; 6f Orlando They expect to return
the ladie' ,.priie, a silver hat pit ; was id the fall to the lando of Flowers andt Blue Is repotted to have asked Dr.i
won by Miss Ahtelnfette Siemens;; a' bget acquainted with more of Or- Friedmann for further samples of his ===== DRESSESof =====

silver ket'cil being awarded I i&ndo'g good people. They take the serum for purposes of analysis. The I
to Mr. T..t drdenas, while the booby Sentinel to keep them posted while amount furnished by the Berlin scien-
tist, according to Surgeon General Messaline Chiffon Etc.
was passed. over to Mr. Donald Che*,:they are gone. Charmeuse ,
t Blue, was a mere drop. ,

hey* SONG RECITAL TONIGHTMiss Money to loan on improved prop- in the Latest Shades and most becom- F
erty. S. Y. W A Y-tf
ALIND. Dorothy Daniel, the popular ing

soprano of Rollins College will give a, Subscribe ;the Sentinel .j 1111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111".1 ,11,1...
Thursday being the regular recep- song recital tonight in Knowles Hall "
tion day of the Rosalind Club, quitea at Winter Park. Miss Daniel will 16 Afternoon and Street Dresses in Charmeuse and Messaline,

large number of ladies gathered sing the famous Eliland Cycle by Von .. elegantly trimmed in bandings and laces. Original prices ranging x
yesterday afternoon for the informal ,
Fielitz and two other of
party which had been announced. j All who have heard Miss groups DaniA songs.sing When you want any of the : from $15.00 to $40.00, while they last HALF PRICEIn

During the early part of the afternoon will be glad of this opportunity of EMERGENCY SUPPLIES :
the guests were pleasantly,hearing her give an evening's pro- mentioned in order to close out our entire line of Wool Dresses, only a few
4 entertained by a musical program,I :
gramme.Mr. PRICE
will cut to HALF
given by Mrs. Albert Cary-Elwes,I' Clay Inman, baritone, will assist JOHNSON & JOHNSON'S :. -
Mrs. Florence Hudson and Mrs. R. Recital begins at" 8:15. Admission and Dinner Wear in beautiful
} P. Cobb. Later tables were formed j i free. Dresses and Robes for Evening
i for bridge. HandbookFirst Ii IiI Spangled and Beaded designs. The very latest. For this sale

Tea, skillfully brewed by Mrs. !
Beardsall, coffee and nut bread sandwiches i MOONLIGHT PARTY. HALF PRICE
were served at five o'clock by I of :

the committee in charge: Miss Marion Miss Anna Estelle Giles, Miss Vir-I 100 Ladies' Embroidered and Lace Trimmed Shirt .Waits, regular

Cary-Elwes, Mrs. John Jones, Miss ginia Badger, Mr. Leon'Fort and Mr. Aidhere : 1.25: to 2.25 values, 98c.4lliililllllllimm"N""T. '
Marcia Johnson and Miss Hattie Hud Hyel made a jolly quartette who
on. : gathered last evening canoeing on I II 111111111'.111
I.the lakes near Winter Park and Mait- I
is the I
place to get
k : them. Gill or 'phone.w .

1 Four big reels, including the Spanish A Tennessee congressman introduced Th Big White Store

3 Bull Fight. seven hundred bills in
one day. DeLaney Drug Co. :
t4x This suggests one reason why legis-
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