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 20, 1913
Daily (except Monday)
normalized irregular
Physical Description:
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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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V4 TaHihuiN, :ii,., .April l&-The :..... 'to'.tb. ......4.. Special to- the srndnd.Wuhington I 1
-,,'......'Jill AI.! ire' marled [yer_ : April 19.-The Papal phyakkni April 19.-The House twelve million dollars is the figure New York, April 19.-The official April 19.-The postponement
I the
...,. .hf/tie IMP vohae of bus- annoMMd, .that. no bulletin Democratic tariff caucus was plunged -;|compiled .in trustworthy circles ofiBeJfium's copy of- the will of J. Pierpont Mor- by California Legislature
the alien bills
: t of, land until next
,laud.." .It hedUd-Jhe. '! ,Journal teE,! .concerning Pep 'a health ,woulti be into acrimonious. debate today,' loss in the first six days gan was given out today. The wills week had the effect of

,vtw.; .,wil. W, N kflge;as',an ordinary 'eat Mt, tMTijl ., ,unless 'nnforteenjeowplieaUeai over the:proposition to allow five per dot. the strike'for equal political rights I ,to be offered for probate Monday. the tension here slightly relieving
although every
IlL-- ','' :GIM.; *4 ,a. relapse sets a In. cent reduction, in tariff duties on imports 1 t I which has been joined by about 400tOGO ,- The extent of the fortune cannot now moment when the bills

YMes cur' exchange
IiiMI .IMoeirsed. tM tears.. days which. Ii considered most en- ships. The provision remained in the of the entire country. the members of the family until af of up
:AAIM:.How. Jill. : No,. 24ThL ; courtgiif.I . bill by a vote of 129 to 58. I of this loss of $2,000,000 ter its appraisal, which is under messages Washington and

...... .. ... 9110 .ol:.tfceW ..... I ,Another:: favorable 'omen :wu the The/Ways, and Means Committee I a'day',falls,' according" the Social- and has been completed. ..Conserva way Sacramento where and influential other points officials In California

: .......' 'JtoideV. rtktiTO ,tSwmsit : pee* depart. t .Irom'tht Vatican of ,Anna decided this concession to .Ame Tina 1 i le t trade union leaders, upon the employers tive estimates place the total valueof who be able to reside
its'(rf ask of MMHH! Carte, in IPtye'i'' rietor; who'hai reMaiatd I I may exert some
shop-owners was an inducement for and supporters of the existing the estate at one hundred million.The
-w1t, ,. Jury JL atewet eonataMly at'hli'lied-I them to build for the legislation
ships foreign: system The ,organizers of the son and ,namesake of th
prMrMe .... Dill: No. ,996-Pro.. lide',darteg .the reeeat. rekpee."It .1 trade and that it would serve u an strike affirm that the men by exer- world's great financier, is the chief President Wilson
:1r....:+. aeliWni"ol order for k iaW that the preeewe of thii the and SecretaryBryan s
: inducement. for upbuilding of the;[i eking self-denial, can hold out u beneficiary, receiving the bulk of Mor make no secret of the fact that
t.tar aak+ +'.f aspjf itoous;;viaooe or> ..naltk liter ileac rreqeired u she WM the American merchant marine. !long as the capitalists are wilUnf to gan's fortune, including the
great though they are precluded from ,0f6.
i.. q sjy ee..'or dtetrkt. ofWAOrOifl onlyoHMttbi' Pope would obey. Re This advantage to American shipt[endure their deprivation of dividends artist collections, the contents of the
daily interfering in the "of
"tShi .rtrls ffil JII rWI IM 4AM trebly. 'neeatod even .the direct ad-' Increased i progress
owners is by the discriminative !for a political reason only. wine cellar, the Adirondack
,'d .ek tifMsrs. if prehiltledbY:kw; view of hit phyridaw.unofiekl .. duty of ten per cent in addition (1 I All appearances go to show that the yacht Corsair and other: camp, legislation in California, they are privately '
personal addressing themselves to individuals
'...: froiislhkf" nenahiso for:TlolaMsfe Dengt itotoi that "
report tithe
J regular tariff's assessed the strike will continue for a con- property not otherwise disposed to
amelioration of tat
+ ManiMn T esnperaaes. B iliaeale moeh Improved over spinet goods ,brought Into thin eeua- aldorable the detormina- of after
period as -* certain specific .
positions features
of the land
: RMtre ..Mt.,'1i1 =TO rag hit tieshWtiont yeetordNT btt,'!ifU .ul I !in vesHls.FoUowlag ,| pending bills offensive
try foreign '1|Oleo of the men ii met by the equally which are made for the widow the
alhtls. ibi rpl0_. w uMt sill.. Wed by ooughkf spells whiehffMeMyeihMfft tide fight on preferabletreatttoat Arm!rejection of any idea of oesapromioi and a few others Morgan left.three P But to Japanese consideration government
taking the
*.. fco,...'" inertia. eft>fewwm hia. Physicians are 'of American owned ships, by. Premier Charles do Drogue million to each daughter and
'+r1kps tl for Ielallw Ihay raw striving to 0...... hii perilft- consideration ono probability that In its final form the
,. tht the of the bill progfee* (villo and the other cabinet ministers hundred thousand a and
... t .. .t.."."'.... eftt weal..rt which prevento the Pope led year res* I legislation may not apply to other
.. : MMotfely tad I its final reading* The prtlhler declarer: that ho did not Idence: In town and to hliwifo. alien '
Japanese and Chinese !
r 'Me.f :...fII,11 -'- IMB Itftlaf'' hii arll. the
Mej nM or Mere* II and
OfliB i. ? approvaler caucus cams early. qffol his rnlgnatlon King Albert The residuary estate absolute
; 1I..... 1 '.' .i, J.' (:et iMll4 .hit haad. In tin iveftlftf. I i i on Thursday, ai reported, nor will ho I ly to his ion, J. Pierpont Morgan* administration( officials hero art giving
some thought to the but
...,....... .... .. II..IH means
i ,The bill gM to the Lianas for gin content to submit of
....e. tlheteleot' I....., A- \'AUMCIINO or' LIMB 'tit! dUiBiiiii Mxt 1 Wtdnwday i'of the country the demand of the free meeting protest by .the JapaneMgovernment .
i against
_ p Iewe tyl11I !1 A'UI'I.T I At the morning session of the corn* ||for oqual luffr.,.. BACK FROM TALLAMA8SK& proposed Itl.1.laUon
I, tho that
on ground ,4t.4a; ,la
i./....11-, ..
j : ,- ifti+toe It was deelded to take rye and, The printers of the capital struck ,-
...., I"' '; I t'i ; '...w to .. '1 MIIiL t I!fkwhfa4 tram the. dutoMi list Md1 I,'it midnight, but ai the newspapers The cltlionl who have bean at Tillahanoo violation of treaty obligation
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profoH to lad
11.11: 'N 'I1.tHen ; ;Aiftl 1 1"-AtttWffTOW.WI I alt them" thi fret Hit
Clyde put .on The com].wern praotloally ready for publiea* for tho put week, returned considerable '
: m.t.rlallpo whloh te
...'.' ........ 1x11,-.iI InrliiIN' I MW. ;ifHHn .OttMfMf ..., eJuuipd to IMMM tu fN. tlon at that lour, all appeared thismorenpt home last nlfht Under the rirularntlei bare defense : < "
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..M181'eltrdt'eilriv A4itta.vltrfb ;.
;: IMflWR V ,with lib to exempt from tax Incomti of Even the men employed of the HOUM '

.' i. "" 'Iii,.. lMiat' Ihsaiier, Ml rg,......RIeL |hj will be OM of the. auitMl! savinfi. J bank. I I.on Ut. 'Iocllllt: organ, Lo Pouplo, L.vf .'now J___ .in me L ma,we,nothing. r''of_ county moro can division non-obicrvinci o f the treaty of 1910.

1. .+rd : l ,ar.'' "'I the JMffett llne! tla' thci triM-Atlan-+ I The. ,oajiou voted d Own the .retoluItofl .,F walked out, but enough will be permitted until Friday; when tho bill LOOKING "

... ,... ..... ,,'''' .fall.. tie" ;ierree.. ie e.medatiiif 3,700 pl'- ofered by Bfoumpd, of LouliUna -, to stay to print a.ihett. eon* will corns up in Its refskr orders OfoourM FOR, LOIT BROTHEL ;
'tll. :tl_:_ -Tt: nI. t.... ;wHh i:theatre h ar''board andoowptny I. abfefttiaf{ of'pet ; -
ltin. .f4; I: Bfoferofttkl: duty | tainlAf *iko news, Bored of thsereninga there ii inch a thing ai pity.ingathe Jacksonville
u.trttil Fish April 18. ...
e with .I < -
reptrf in
Y twwrty ;HM.II.... Cuban, pafefi will 00IIt'out' today rule and 'the".
.. .I r'' .,/:.... .....{...... 'I : M le.aiidesdtermThs'ehtlm. , *, : *, W: saeekl;order,..and, ash ,Saitad. .b.l't.1'and tlw'myitwjrof living that there ii tho a hidden tragedf

Ih4eat/tarot'' tart, w/lil '+rilrwrstwt J' 't+thied the Cuban min. also oxtondod .tM...* kited bsihsn '1wIt'th oWppeirai

.MM :.) pilorle! ;driialloratterripbi ) ':ae firm 1 Wnd. hit fv"r been .....,t4d. 'liter this arranfe; on in Bn tIt and: here :there ii a by the brooohoi, molt anything Iepieletore, of their towWrltarrt: Coy Yen. ..

....IktMM....... : tM.,itwMsn 'The'Aqultsns out the Cvnwd Line ment, -would have to be readjusted marked increaw:in the total of men bo expected 'may Derveen'of Grand Rapids, Mich., arrived

| ........1(rim.; .a!. $10,000,600 to construct, 'not to to meet the duties. on sugar as pro- who have joined the movement hero this morning to investi

taint '" ,..i it, rat'...1Itift fiat ,the coit of her luxurious mtn-I posed in. the new bill.CHILDREN From the provinces come reports LAST OF GRACE TRIPLETS gate. Edward Van Perveen, 'their .
14'sltira 'f... ) "' .n.i. ment. of firm intention to succeed 'on the brother worked in Orlando'this winter .

r .1-f ;. In the matter of ,speed the Aq.I i-. DROWN. and with another man came hers
of the of Greenwich
part men. Reports minor Conn.,f
', .HWM, WU 801' toprovi4 ,define tan, ]Is up to the minute in everyrespect .- incidents of violence have been received death here of Mrs.* Hope April Trower 19,-AUcorn The and invested $5,000 in .land'in South .
::"" ',M. aM She will have, an,, average Jacksonville. Van Derveen then left
) Paris, April 19. The six ;
-year-old but.II a rule all is' pacific. last of the triplets born in
'1 t".t; (ol..arpeirlian! ...... speed of twenty-three knota, making son and four-year-old daughter ofIsadore land eighty Eng for Grand Rapids to secure '$3,000, to

... $14 ..eell"- Of. .-... somewhat, faster than the ill-feted Duncan, the French dancer, Faith, Hope years.and ago, and named pay upon the property, and his f ttner -

\ "wlai. with tfcem J'tad toUw ,preasati Tittak. was drowned today when 'an automo6hle PRES. LYNCH DEMANDS ORDER Charity, is announced 'went to Minnesota to get 'the

.loll ....tNo 'Jp: .State,. of Igor. :In. ,order ,to launch the Aqaitana, which they were riding, suddenly fifty-two Charity lived to be only same amount Van Derveen left hk
it'is I New York 19.-President years old. Faith died at the home with the ,
ICorperatierr. ,necessary to\remove millions of plunged the April $3,000 in his shoes on
over bridge into of
r rN How bill>> 3W ,to wwai an cubic yards of material from the the Seine river within of I Lynch, determined to have strict or- age seventy-four. April 2. His brothers have traced
sight the The three
'. ,eM.!.... .'..A a....'.to' piworite the rarer. The .rudder f the big vessel Chateau, De Bean. The dancer's der on the playing fields of the National Sussex were born in Herefield, him as* far as Chicago since thsfc

.... 1M cofidltJofii ttfon- ;wfciek. for- weight seventy. tone ,and' is. (made of home governess, who accompanied League, today meted out, punishment Faitii and county, England, in 1832. time, and have heard nothing from

di''' carpOrstions .for p NIt '.ay solid' east, steel, built in three secBAflfflALL the children was ,,also drowned. The to offending players..,Second Hope' became Charity never married, :but him since..e .1'or. : M.iiir*, told',or ..... chauffeur was thrown clear of the baseman Doyle, of Ne w York, wu Allcorn in the. bride of Charles. f ,, '
' 1852
of property In, this stsde. I. t river: when the car'cruh a through: set down for three. days for .kicking and their two ,children and came to with America him SPLENDID LOT FOR NEW EMMANUEL
OqeratI.IL in the game with Boston yesterday BAPTIST CHURCH.
IN THE WOL1AGUHB. the bridge railing and escaped without :and, settled in
';;; Itorie,House .bill 369 ,relating to I I serious Injury I while Heine Pietz, of St. Louis, was I children where five .
.1 ii--..* ';1..1..JI.jiteniiy'g fret fined $50 and suspended three day more were born to them.D. The Emmanuel Baptist church has

;tle -.vtl of the' Steto tf 'Florid.Oofjften { 1PIe ttiiNational. MRS. SMITH HOSTESS.The for using abusive language duringthe A. R. ENDORSES secured the beautiful lot, just east
Wii JJ. -' contest with Chicago. ARMY CAN. of the Court House for their new

House bill 8tt, fee the paw 'Boston, 2New; York, 7.;.First game. members of the Saturday Second baseman Sweeney: of Boston TEEN. church and the work will be pushld

._._anti preservatien jrobin and 'BostOn, 8; New York, 10, second Auction Bridge Club has been, suspended three days as fast as possible to get their church
were prettilyentertained '
FMng ,a penalty ,for, any. :.Iolailsa fame.Brooklyn. yesterday afternoon at for trouble on the playing>> field.whilePitcher Congress Washington, April 19.-D. A. R. building under way.
.iMeeof. Game., 0; Philadelphk, i.St the home of Mrs. C. W. Smith on : Purdue, of the same dub, was J adjourned today, This church has only been organized
, \Cbfton. .and.MeB8Ilr Howe hU38I! 'Louis, 1; Chicago, 6. Church 'street fined $10 for discoloring the ball. passed a resolution endorsing ,the official about two months, and already

.te prtfide. ,'f or,;the- formation and die- Tittsburg, 6; Cincinnati, 5. There were four tables of players, which report asks for of general the Leonard Wood they are in good working' order Their ,

.....irt of a publi'school teachers American.; of which eight were invited guests, CIVIC LEAGUE NOTES. restoration of the Sunday school opens at 9:45 and

prsieleiind ,retirement fund. EdaCWpkm New York, 0; ,Washington, 3.Oerolt4 Mesdames W. P. 'Watson, Charles army resolution canteen. They also passed a preaching service at 11 o'clock.

.... , st. Louli,.0.Cyeago endorsing. the Sunday opening At present they their
1 ? Grahnis.Nye, Lee Miller, .L H. Lawrence The ladies of ,the Civic League are of. Mount Vernon are holding
.' I and McHugh House bill 39$ 2; Cleveland, ,9., J. N. McElroy, Charles Campbell not letting the warm weather deter wasstrenuously services in the Tea and Rest room

/.eiaOrietse. ...... county commktioners, teJtty :Philadelphia, 7; Boston, 5.. and W. M. Davis. them from their efforts to Mrs Amos opposed G. in an 'address, .by opposite the ,San Juan Hotel, but they
Draper of
ajpadal., tax for'publieit South, AUUUe.Clnrleston to the work of Washing will soon have a church building 61
) purpaler. At three of the tables, Auction was I carry on, the League. ton who said '
';Finance and ,Taxation ( .6'; Albany, 1., played, Miss Hudson ,making the The members of the.W. 18 and Congress should not their own. Such,'rapid progress, rows

._' Ciiptee And McHugh :HooaebilT SaraBaah, 4; Jacksonville>> ,',1.. highest' score'while at'the Jive Hundred Means- Committee, 'with. .}IrL Seth the go on American record officially as breaking that they, .have the determination to

..t.i.6erWng than 'anEl: wJ.1i 1 con7ColumWe; ; 2.NOId table, Mrs.' W. M. 'Smith 'was Woodruff as*chairmanare getting' Sunday.. ? be in a :position to .carry. the gospelto

Itvy. ., a speetsl .tax for publicity-pure the most "successful ready for, a bid Rummage Sale next WINTER, GUESTS their fellow men and women, .and
:Fisaaee. and"Taxation.To .. MOTOR BOATS Mrs. Smith served a daidty supper Friday and Saturday at the Siemens Mr. T. H. as their name "Emmanuel" meaning
"; li8 louse bill ,311, relating to .ems of salad, gelatine, chocolate and 'cake. building. on West Church street Th who have. been Thompson and family, "God is With Us," indicates, we trust d

prusjary elections, and tc'limit: ;iegue .Compta >comes to this office by building will. be open on Wednesday lando for enjoying life in Or they will be the means of doing great

.- ;=eons! a ;and restrice' campaign se HTfI1 a ita.of \Lucerne; Cird e l I ,DOCTORS/TO ,MEET and some one X71 be thereto receive for." their several home months in leave Tuesday , good, in this community

..,other expenditure require 'eer-- that' motor boats at 'night dis- all 'contributions of clothing, 'household have Pennsylvania.They : 'heir: pastor, Rev. Preston Boyd

"tiIa'dies_of.certain oficerv boards, t orb -ilwnbers. .,The.owners of More than 150, physisians.. are expected utensils or anything that can ben friends attracted while to themselves comes to them very highly recom

seemrsitsr; in' connection' with 'both'. ,basE*/m;among the best; to be the."guests of Miami i o i sold. Everyone is asked to contribute. roll many,.be glad to know in that the city, have who m nd d/and every member is enthusiastic -

iiidregoiatiiai and control,.of .and considerate'men in.Orlando they*, e over him and the' prospectsofthe
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,May 14, 15 and 16 ,when the state! purchased 'a home .
: pretty
i(1'PI1DI.AL' -5;'" _ and .it iI'taJy necessary .to'call ..theirattenfon :medical association will hold its annual 'i EDITOR NELSON NOT GUILTY., Main street and that it is.on their intention church. -t..
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,OF MR. WATERMAN.Mr. to this and mufflers:will goon sessions, and preparations
N to return fall
.' NeiW Waterman died, at theSaitariusa tf Uieir.engines"'as', they have. no being made ,to. give the visitors a I! Jefferson CitJ-Mo, April 19.;William ) will go to them weekly The to keep Sentinel 'METROPOLITAN GRAND OPERA..

Friday ,night at I die&, fcr distort any bod'. :Thesetasfi |feast of.wit and wisdom in theway of R. Nelson editor and owner of them advised on the :af in of Or '-.

.. -: :- ..are'a coarse: of great__pleasure a program; 'arid also physical pleasures ' 'the .Kansas City Star, WM :foundguilty n(>t lando., The Grand Opera Atlanta.. opens

'! weiwe AOlK Ui iBBiMi FvHHiJlon-1 r II by\proper. raaSwg: will not, be -in :the forma' of,I dinners, receptions of:,malice, in MBJ_pabUcatwa/pf tomorrow evening with "Manon ifeacant -

etfea;phlo(to' OrkatVs about ,a, year. !If _t I and automobile rides, which .it articles for which he' was: adjadjedguilty.of TWO GARLANDS.Mr. .. ," and during the ...week seven.
.. tcrenjoy:.Fkriek{ 'life with i wMiter. is believed will''surpass those ever before -I : contempt .of.court a Tsen- openl be nag by' artists *f '

,.H,: 'was 'ia. p..or:: ,heelihUM. OLGAST KNOCKED OUT. ',attempted at .a
*i1 :beei'ani honaincd it', I '--- :I :It' is only..aftermuch .persuasion By Circuit,Judge' JosepX :Gatfeie, sale .for two splendid Oakland ;cars will, 'enjoy this wonderful treat, "

,..,_ihealth 'doriag bu eotirj,eterii !,. i ,Frandseo, Cat, April 19.W .- that the state association: agreedto The :.article itself wpJatibtts. dly. to Mr. Ben Bexten.. One 'aixcylinderear among them Mrs J..M, Thaf, Mn.

.... -, '.>. ,Murphy; WM. .fiveei,the :deei ' Miami, and,the county society true.and. "unless. ....,the.oeurt's. opia and the:other',:a. .four, cylinder.Mr. J. T., Fuller, Mrs T. P. Waiiew,. Mrs.. ;

.,_.'II ,... ., ... ra taw sI ,Jover,: WolgMt :at ;the.end: of "'now. ,. states that, it his 'deterBuned -' ion'th article, ii .tu: But n fie'fawns with the'beet W. ,L Palmer' Mr;: Hekted ate.

...',. tl"R. ,. Tfc. trace t,-mead .b*$' ... afOL to make the :doctors so welcome ous,"., :the pet. sh aW ,bedray ,'di .- make ..of :cars;;aid{, the ,Oakland. appealed daughter, Mies ::MiH;. IHN\ '
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i Mi. > J -.1; '!R 4" _l. w. } : Tfce'flght wee even.for sevyo ,that they r will' wish' to., tome cL, l'd" to;hiffl:. aa oee:.ol tAe ;reliable Walter brennen and Merit;::I'WEATHI

.. "i':. 1! Ne tIi. 1I1', at "'rowd. ,. when :Wolgast', began here ,every 1 e r.-Miairl Metropolis. 'These !, diDp.'reer_"tO tM servke cars.' Mr., MagraeW .is:.lose

wtilea,thtia'aftsIa-,"Dr;"IIw'I';;; se." : ,WJi'" + D" 51 he.'goegm ,.seunded' M/aeeeri; '":by.,its, to'bu ad"op a market for.the Oakkfld l "'K eIT., "

.'' ,-. Ie'-'j' .I v.::l kl. ",..: W'wU,_ ,ill_, : '1.tsat.ausk;, 'y: II. IL. c.tIt' in the; case! .,' Charlee.' C: when'tht-- ,car.. beeemeekeoii lithe, .Florida -Fair Suday .aad Mon '
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the.eaaali.from Winter Park '. .hAve formed> parteeifhip, under. the' 'ew'Spring Suits
iBd Lake*'.Oswola,:Virginia aDd Mi- abovefirn Dime,.for a general '
..tell..,,:have kept tMJiU''aad....hare. :r .. -01 \'
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> tripfwpBvlaie to lake, through ,:,
+"aad kretoeatrally floor '
tbeir.OYtrs> Intend office at,t,
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a ": ? a& % i.-r- +rN 17 8.Osage Avenueferm rly occupied by Hamilton & Dunn':4Y :!
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r Jew, beei 1OId,the. .. .'winter l!mke!.new.ouee! r SILKS ATO:SATINS, ALL.(JOLOftS,\DtigS .GOODS

t.{ a'ape that I iiTj .. ? Df; ALL *ttTJLlAWT,. iPABlW: IWrpW+.'AND
S : tifUL_! :,will be Oar lift of city and aere property is surpatsed,by awe, g YOUNG.-- I"WHITE I CANVAS' .SHOiS. .t
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added, this summer,. to add.Jester to Y
r .fee 'beautiful". ,"estates "Maitland ,is and,.we,have so me exceptional taigaict; Coffin SKI Us CONTAINS ACCURATE- ILLUSTRATIONS OF THE
T A!i\the';fait_ meeting of. the;,town : ,Lord & .Bradshaw17S.IJUKCAVL IS WeRTHYTHB ATTENTION OF.EVERY ORLANDO
the elected .... ,
eoancU, newly '. mayor and"I "'! ",.y 10-- WOMAN. CALL- IN,' AND ACQUAINT YOU19aF
bardof ,1der B n, were duly sworn : : WITIi '
fit to fem taer'ebohtry Viand town : ,AND HE .
'fr the" eeming'yesrIt 'withinuch *IIMIIIIIIIIIIIIIIiilllllHIIMMiiMMIIIIHMIIlaQHTTHE. '
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regret' we 'parted : .. .
fbim mayor; 'Kr.-S.: B., Hal, but
't the .'demands1 of :his( 'busirresa and
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+ beautiful grove, and home'could not lanner's
= 1 New
f be''de iea.! -His zeal 1 i the 'towns : YorkEargain

'good, his 'energy and untiring:devo- I IJ .
?r: piton to his Pu.Iie.dutiei"nu;Tong PATH TO' PROSPERITYMerchants ,' "\ '
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make. his term'of oftce rememberei
'The 'Ma&Uand4lnn; reports, -a. ful Store
'house throughout the Winter Tr.
who use Electric Signs never lose
_r ''Stewart and his charming,wife,make
'the Inn more"'popular'''as each ;winter their way by choosing the wrong'road to suc-
: : If You Wouhl be Posted be a Dally Visitor to this Store
folia by, cessYou simply cannot fail to attract new. ,. 3
Our-winter residents are beginning .
customers if use anE1ectric.Sign.; :: It acts
you I
I th itj flight for: home;,and soon they .
'rtiiet :of 'summer',days. will be ',with like an irresistible magnet, drawing all the I & ._ Q. i' tot bieyclet. and r;,,O',' :; '
liii Shill I Sil .
r 'us* Once again; nwch. to the joy'of"many ; 'trade within; its reach: That is the reason ..... HiimiiiiiiiiiimmiMSwcessorto I ItI4
of M,'who'in this neck of the I
woods, with our lakes, miles of mammoth they command the:attention, of buyers. i' . r
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..shade 'trees, sueimer' breezes, I 'H.RAISDELL Optometrist
b 'think there is no place. winter ,or !: For Every Store Owner J.'I. 1leU1'

'.r "Dimmer; as .Mrs. U: s., Grant used' . .- -. .< <* CONTRACTOR. AND.. Dr. '0. P. LItiM
'to. say; "As Beautiful itIaDd.' I I..; No matter how small his business, the Elec-; . uOlLDSR. \ -
'. The'' Grand :Jury of Polk returned : tric Sign is the cheapest. ... and. most 1 'effectiveadvertising. .. S' prki. nnien That AIWlrk.:Art sl, .
:: 'an indictment against R. Davis and I I . ; liH l l at." \ '

{,his''son,for' the murdered\ Tom. Law: :: '-Phone for our Sign Designer to call and sub Ai-- Work.v;," : G... ...... ,.... ,. ,;", .
( aged negro, of Bartow, 'who 'had .
.,,, ''been=iii'Ae ;employ of 'the ,Senior I I mit. a sketch.. ... *' .

iI Yi :for several. 'years.J ., : No Trouble to Us-No ;Expense to YOU. Has IwtaM aa up to date griitiif pita art ,to pre"
'-- I I I pared to ftpleate any lew WHILE YOU WAIT.
},t IfthefaetsartMpsblufiedinFdk. I ttlMIIIIHIIIIIHIIiill'ELIJAH- . . ,Ak f with afl tbe stock aid fatftnaiiiti ke fen as
?. county: 'pe>pen, the citi eas' of that. : cared t e preemption beelu date,Wk re. cal:yearn- aid., ,
: ottntj;will do. themselres':credit and 11 HAND wig M of Dr. Lfldaa'preeerlptie ,_' .
1 'tlo bamemty jwtice by seeing these l J oRthQ ATER( < I LIGHT Fwwnl... DirectorIMIIIIIMMMHIIMMII. : illlllliMillMIMIIIMMilllMIIIIIHMtllMMiMtlSentinel' U1 t. Mr. '

\ ; acn puns ed aft murderers' "eventhciughi'tiiey I, ..... ._ alwr' ".
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For ;absolute safety and. satisfaction. see us' before selling,:or buying a or

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You to,be ineeI. some of our : bargains, in : ,
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Real Mortgages ,and other. investments .{which are too numerous, to
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',- ......." SeMel' I-a''a: :.,:. ., ,C.'IMisr E. ,Mass-r'an3. Sermonfl0..,a,--mlrRosary : . : C.i LOAD-OF LIME
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-I Pkrpoat:Morgan .Hart..Ceaa1886 I SPECIAL PRICES
if, ::Boaw 1918." .:'i Presbyteiiin, ., ... Qjorch. VRaster. : MONAS, UNDERWEAR., =HEADQUAims'FOR ' .
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:W" v Sunday'School at 9:45 a. m. W. R.O'Neal t SUPPLIES. t ' Prompt Delivery.Florida .
Creaton.Utfpe .
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,, Boffner,.Prudent Service at 11 a..m1.and 7:30 p. m. 1 '
a f l eking bJ the' Pester: ,-7:30-p..m. Morning Sermon "Endurance !f 'McCULLOCII'S' ;: Metal tItc Co.
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!Feltz BD0BB'f Qy .. story, 'ffloatrat$rn''" ,.th "eot : 'Eve1 ing,Sermon* "Wh' -_'at iV Keeps-\ f Men** i' ,.
,len of the lIeN ara, brothers" in'the'Race'of' LiferJuniorEndeavor STORE l i MCNEIL-DAYIS BUILDING,

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:i' .)(aIe Quartette, "New. to Tl ee.'l ." Senior, Endeavor" ,at ,6:30 p. m: OPPOSITE l' OFFICE I I L.... r ,. r .... . . ....._
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> 1:80 p. m. ' ./* -t ,,4.A cordial. invitation to;visitors. and 1 I. :. I
: A confed iflTiUtion la ctead d 4alLVi strangers'to worship with" us. 1 "LOWEST.PRICES ALWAYS : I tRe8esfiStheCheapest0I
ton sad Btraagera 'will PCeeit -
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: Service 10:30"a.:m ;".1 ".1 I
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Hall, Davis A MeNefll ands
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Sunday morning; win be The Paper
See et of>'Saceeerfd Ctatk* He Block I My Cost Matt' Is 1 -- -"
A cordial welcome to alL
;trill preedi at both teniees. Thane _
wffljbe 3 Murphy and Mr. Hoary Symwffl Unitarian ; J GRAND'AND .I. WILL BE PLEASED
; ringdoeta-_ the_ _morning s,Dr. J. C. Howell will conduct services Black NIgger! TO'SHbW?THEM. A fyou'I: A VE'To
%>t J'A* ilfr ? C.A *If*' at Unity Ch PettSunday'Aprit'1O..R I 1 1I '
l1LiI'a welcome ,.
; ,Suiiday\oSeti} -at ib IL:in. I I BRING, THE SAMPLE TO YOUR HOME.

no_fcrm'of awe thftt appeals to all Unity Circle meets at the home of I \ 34587890tf1 ,
ta tM like the stately hyroa of the Mrs.' McNeill.317 Robinson 'Ave.,on f: .. : -- I"1 H.i-1' : .FW ,
GEO. A. BARKER 266.r
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you Want anything" in-the,Gents' . . .. .. . ,.,. ,.,... I'"
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,:7 It"hB r Jtl. 10:10.$: hasty pudding, indigestaUe' :and 1m- FunihuLine; now is.''the'ac-' -'f \ rReduced

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,.morn-it, : : i( ;I*'""** ..:x',..G..-. Harper .'Before.. you gounorth for,the summer . '_ 'o ..'--- .,. ._; .. .... .HI ''ts AID" lt{ Wnw'n A C COST. ; .

Joy On tfcejt. *.# KlMMfal jPiion.-WWWf" a "ii' atJ;**.Xl.Dffig .ZubJeet: y -' Weekly So\ eT It wilf keep you FRANK: : 'HYE'jS:. I
+ MJillii. i'=DrtySroday sds thoroughly posted on the..happeningsin Manufadnrer tf::Artifetal.
"ieel t J...:9:84jtOtto-Link: tHa'uliriiofall' ;; I ,jug. :ear taD), looked. after. let us show you a copy. It only : Onu eBtal, Week
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,ti : I<,c'ourie us antiJ appreciative 1 servicef Lr All of these you will find here, and it is

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$ Sanford does not need to sing a song .-

'MOUONG :AW.'ms.LY., of I county division.' Other sections At the meeting Of ,tI1e Citrus Exchange -

know, about our fight against oppres- at :Tampa week became, e .
EatmiVat' tht 'port .Ae* ,it $Orlando, sion. The following from the Jacksonville evident ,that.the, green!if ruit,law was tWhen. : .. ,' '
ftorifc ,u 80coa4 ,sate ,
Floridian .is an example: not working to ',the 'entire satislac: I
. several :division tion of the 'butfln t.
EAT -lTH1 T There1 are county growers as much
: bills"'nOw before the legislature. Seminole as this law has been passed upon by You Choose '.

DAILY ONTINIL county will be the hardest fought the courts it was, not thought best ,
'he'year ...!.......;......... 6.OO measure. This is a. division of Orange to disturb it '
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ttx Months . with Sanford and Orlando lock It was found that the acid test '

'y Three Months- .....!........i.. L25 ing horns. Sanford is to be the county varied with different' localities and was, : a Gift of Jewelry

site of Seminole, the forty-ninth as follows:
B; .... carrier \f Ortafe M Matt par .
:oath* Drib ud Sunday.Tbt star in the galaxy of Florida's sister- Locality Sugar Acid. ,

OrUnfc Moraine tatfaul .. to flmdok hood of counties. Among other mem- Alva ... ........... ..8.08 t03.
- r In Orlando at Carte. A OTfaft Book bers, there seems a concensus of poin- Lake Weir ,(Parson f
: Hon.Wt. ion that this division will ultimately ,Browns_ ) ... ........ 8.01 .'12 THEN YOU MAKE A LASTING GIFT THAT MUST
will appndatt prompt eoMpbfat Nit redound to the interests of both of Lake Helen .........Of 7.87 1.25 BEAR EVERY TEST OF TIME ,AND JUDGMENT AND

eri,fa not properly malt br oar carrier these sections, and Sanford already Wauchula ............. 7.66 1.25 TASTE. WHEN YOU SELECT .FROM; THE STOCK OF

=i Admtfctac.ntM will be tunkkad on ap has.the best of the argument Onlya Tavares .......... .... 7.60 1.52 EVANS YOU ARE SECURE. FOR HERE EVERY
: plication.. few short months ago, the laweyrs i Winter Haven .Of-...... 7.17 1.30 PIECE,
MC, THE WEEKLY HMTINBL I of Orlando, headed by Colonel Lincoln Clearwater .I I.... ..... 7.08 L13 CHOSEN BY EX
Ito mr. by aril pottaw paid .........ILtoUirm I Grant Starbuck sent Senator Bryan a Punta Gorda ........Of 7.02 LOS I PERTS WHOSE KNOWLEDGE AND TASTE HAVE WON

) THE SWTDim, Oriufe riarldt threatening letter to the effect that Tildenville Of..Of.. ..Of 6.92 1.90 RECOGNITION.THE ,
k Uto 101. Coot few., Arcade Bdldiaf '
boat Z4 unless United States Judge Cheney The date at which fruit from the BEAUTY, THE STYLE, THE WORKMANSHIP
r. was confirmed, Five Thousand Repub- different sections reduced to the 1:25: ARE ALWAS THE BEST. ,
J. F. SCHUMANN,. ., Editor. licans in and around Orlando' would per cent of acid content was' Parson .

' JOSIAH FERRIS Proprietor. know the reason why. Senator Bryan Brown oranges, October 1, at Manatee EVANS' FAIR AND MODERATE PRICES ARE AS FAMOUS -
told of this threat in his speech last October 18, Punta Gorda October 24. AS EVANS' BEAUTIFUL AND EXCLUSIVE DESIGNS
{ 1 SUNDAY, APRIL 20TH, 1913. Tuesday night, and it is safe to say Buckingham, Lee county, October 25: COMPARISON OF VALUES INVITED.
- that such an attempt at bulldozinghad Alva, Lee county, October 26, Wau- ..
Politics ,'make strange bed fellows. its effect upon a Democratic legis- chula' October 20, ClearwaterNovem'

o lature." her 1, Lake Helen, November 19, Winter . ,.....
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f Have you noticed that the Golden Last Tuesday,the Herald editor Haven, November 26, ,Lakeland, \. '.. , '
lule has never,been improved'upon? charged this letter,up,to the Sentinel November 28, Orange Lake, December

,o Now'he has switched to,the. lawyers. Si' St Petersburg, December 17, I

.v A three foot:mull. ,stalk ought:to But then the Herald editor has been Tampa, December 21, Tavarese, January -
to s<. good stylish millinery trimming known to switch in less time than 17, and when the experiments
Ibis year. that stopped January 31, Tildenville oranges T.H.Evans the JewelerOPPOSITE

a had not reached .the proper ,
r A want advertisement will be of no UNUSUAL POLITICSSo amount

mae to you, unless you ue it Try one From discussion on the part of; POST "
j frtfca SatiaalIf long as the Florida legislature I growers present, it appeared that OFFICE ,

dY o continues to be a political jobbing some were desirous of attempting to EXPERT REPAIRING AND ENGRAVING.
'you have had'remarkably good house and office seekers exchange, Just have the legislature chop into the

kek, remember; the,1&w'of compen so long will the state be, without present green fruit law but Mr.Tern.

satkm and be eautlou.o standing in national politics. I pie of the Citrus Exchange made a .
0--- It is a disgrace to the state, that: forcible talk in its behalf, stating that =
Nothing pacifies the martial IpIritIQIIM men should see nothing higher in the any changes in it would certainly -

fee .' it the bottom of ,the state legislature than a place .to bar- make it inoperative, that the supreme

east-Wash.... Posh ter and. traffic in politics; a place court had pronounced it constitutionaland

where designing politicians may go that it was perfect! A vote was SILK
.t A new county,HIt has at least one to exploit and launch a political aspiration taken to leave the law as it now !
r' virtue it will help fill up some of the for an office two years ahead. stands, resulted in but half dozen

4 empty! buildings in Sanford.o Yet this has been the practice in "noes. .

o Florida, and is the practice today. Mnay were in favor of having the
Seeie are very like calves. The habit has grown upon men and new "standard" law to be passed
tot' give than plenty" of rope and the fashion has so fastened upon men changed in order that fruit may be

,will hang than selves. who have fattened from the public considered ripe with no higher acid '
o crib that it has become nauseating.But content than '1.25 and wanted the For Day _

= Tallahasse boarding houses are a better day is dawning. The grapefruit acid content raised to 2.00 __
t reaping a rich harvest .out of the di.ilsdon -i young men of the state see that if Discussion on this lasted nearly an __
matter to say the least.It Florida is to progress, power must hour and a compromise was finally and ___

f o be wrested from these men who have effected by placing the figures at 1.30 __
is the duty of citizens to study gotten possession of much of the for oranges and 1.75 for grapefruit __ I
; the bills, that come ,before the House natural wealth of the state without It will be observed that many EveningWear uiI ___

tnd protest. against wicked meuureL giving a fair compensation for it, and wanted,a higher standard of acid test _

3.. 0 b who seek to hold control of/state: politics than the present.IaWl directs and1 :
,The Sanford .Herald, is booming in furtherance of their great compromise was finally effected at
d Senator Donegan for Governor. schemes. 1.30 and 1.75.

: Nothing like an early payment of The yong manhood of the state is That the market should be protected -
F debts. organizing and old political machines against green fruit all agree. But I .
,0 will be consinged to.the junk pile. the test is the rock on which growers ''

.;,, 'Hera la something that you Barer Men who reach public office over split ,
atoed. Nfea out of tan bachelors in streets paved with gold are destinedto 1 The Sentinel has talked with a number Our Personal Guarantee

i fear community ,never ,learned toWaItI.N. travel a rocky road in future efforts of growers both from the exchange .
ads Peed The of and'the independents and by ,\
young men today see something ,
o higher arid nobler in public of- far the greater .number expressed Accompanies Every Pair

Wow if Mr. Carnegie ever ice than publie plunder, and these are themselves in favor of a 1.60 stand-

tefegfct.of rewarding the city editor I they who will lead the people out of ard for oranges and L75 for grapefruit
'who wouldn't let him be a reortertNew the wilderness. than those who favor a lower.

Af York Ameriean. Public lands and public resources There seems to be a pretty well Marion B. Ives
o _', of every kind have been frittered crystalized opinion that Novemberfirst
.. The Sanford Herald devotes so away to individuals and corporations would be about the proper date .

i .ueh space ,to .the. Orlando paper in a manner that ought to put a highwayman for the open. season.
'-<, that, were it any other paper, Orlando to shame. 01'course there are many who argue .

Ijoblishers would ,feel flattered. And now it is up to the people to that after all it is a matter of in- EXCLUSIVE MILLINERY
5 5r o build the highways and make improvements dividual taste as to what constitutes PARLORS

The Sanford Herald pays'the Sentinel by digging down into their own green fruit
the very great compliment of pockets. These young men who are But the great majoirty'of those interviewed

being'.the first. newspaper to. take. up looking after a new order of things, thought that in ordinary Second Floor]
'Y the.fight against county .division. will ask some questions, and dig into seasons the bulk of the early varietieswere
D records and it is possible that the ready for the early market by .
Up to April first the Citrus Ex- public job that some men will get will November first and that if that date

' ahange of this state has shipped not be of the kind they are looking for. was made the open season growers .
' 1,342,979 boxes of.,orsngee,, and theaverage This is a great state and, in the would get the advantage of the on the ill-fated Titanic that struck an I II

price was $1.67 per box., hands of honest men, will in the next Thanksgiving market, which is usually iceberg just one year ago Tuesdayand
k. foundered at sea.
4 o four years show a greater develop- good.
4' It looks very much like the legislature ment than she has for sixteen years. Last year the weather remainedwarm COMPLETE
Y is going to administer Judge The hour has arrived for honest so late in the winter that or- An election for a bond issue of S. STOCKOF
$50,000 for the building and :?r
'Parkhill and his constitutional Convention men to stand together to redeem anges were naturally slow in sweet- operation -
of a municipal ice plant and the
bill a dose.of knockout pills. Florida, from the professional politician ning up. _
purchase of a portion ,of the waterfront
o and the political free-booters. It is to be hoped that whatever
to be used for dock
Tampa is planning to hold a poultry changes or additions are made to the a public
apposition next December. Mr. J. H. HERALD IS UNRELIABLE law this year will be such as will and receration pier is causing consid-

3 Wendler who is in eharge of the work afford protection against immature! erable discussion in Fernandina and

ik: promises at least 5,000 exhibition ,The Sentinel does not believe that fruit without unnecessarily tieing up much interest is being manifested in Spring

: link Senator Bryan ever made the statement the crop at a time when markets aregood. the proposition. The next meeting _
of the city council will call the election
o to any man or set of men that .
and date therefor. Styles
appoint a
After being ned for libel, Mayor the proprietor of this paper ever

iaynor of New York may,have a little wrote him a letter threatening that NEWS OF FLORIDA ,
WANTED-To borrow $1500 on good
latter understanding of the difficulties this county would give a republican city property for three, years, on 1
._ : af.the newspaper business he so frecondemns. majority of four thousand if Judge The hemp growing industry which straight interest-bearing loan. Ad-

h' .... Cheney's appointment was not con was started at Cutler many years ago 22-2L dress "Borrower. ," care- Sentinel FASHIONABLE

.o firmed. is to be revived.
Now while .,the'Sanford, delegation The Sentinel challenges the Herald, ; ADIICOIIING
are.floundering about for a name for or any other man to produce any such : uIIIHIIi-IIIIIIIII.tti
Seaboard Air Line Railroad!
that portion' they propose to cut off letter.. Now, Holly produce the letter is
I Company going to erect additional
from Orange,why not settle down on or stand convicted, as a liar. i
' ' the'name Lemon They are certainty i iI I and phosphate Fernandina.elevators at both Tampa Autos For Reit at

c .handing the tax payers a lemon. SANFORD HOT AIR AGAIN I Straw

i o Aiy lnrSeraPMMiier
In a special election held in St. Pe-
The Gainesville Sun makes the undeniable Forrest Lake smarting under the
tersburg ,Tuesday voters overwhelm-
1 statement that "men have Jut rebuke that has been administered f y
ingly decided to accept the commis- ,
suffered more from the things theythought him Hats
by the people who elected sion form of government Under the ,
were going to: happen than him to'office, evidently has started the plan accepted the commissioners will STEVENS HJIYEA "
g they have suffered from the things lolly-Bates hot air pumps at work be paid $2,200 per annum.
that realy did occur." again in his defects.Hie \
I I" -. life iiafeti C$!.
; 0f best man on the face of the Impressive memorial services characterized -

.r:: It has become fashionable to send. earth could not explain the conductof the first anniversary of the : Cheapest late isrfwwi
;' statesman oz: two every year to the Forrest Lake to the satisfaction of sad death of Dr. R. J. Bateman,

?} penitentiary and there, is;'every rea- honest' people; and I if good' men cannot founder,of .the Central City' Mission, Brown .&. Lartigue
.;'" :'sin to believe .that Florida will not do it, how'on earth can such men in Jacksonville, in the chapel of that Phone, 34 .

. ',1 :bag be behind the times in this as Holly and Bates hope to do)it institution Tuesday night As everyone r ; .

":" 1r. wepect\ I The .day of retribution isl remembers Dr. Bateman ; f .... _
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Our customers that lish-American Tailoring line,. I 4;
say we
and we guarantee you a fit, or
have the knack of picking out no pay. In fact we have the

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

: color for our shirt department I know how to take your measure

y We want to show you how well and the English-American people

r.. FOR MEN: FOR WOMEN: FOR CHILDREN we live up to our reputation. know how to make the
WERE CINDERELLA A REAL Here are both soft and laun- :
PERSON SHE WOULD Every piece of goods shown in

s BUY HER SHOES AND HOSE FROM US; THEY HATE dered 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 beautl &

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

HOSE THEY WEAR soft collars-all don't buy. We will be glad to 1
; A LONG TIME representing
AND, QUALITY show them to
,I you. These suite
CONSIDERED the most artistic color effects
WHEN are lower in
4. YOU price than most of
t : BUY SHOES; AND HOSE, YOU MUST FIRST PUT FAITH i in solid and,fancy patterns. Materials ,the "hand me down" ready made

IN THE STORE YOU BUY FROM. BUY THEM FROM US I of fine Percales, Madras suits you get in other stores, and.

i. I, JUST ONCE; YOU WILL ALWAYS COME TO US AFTER k and Soisette. they wear twice as long. Examine .




; > the Don't Place Forget 1,1 BOAflEMANU106 A l S. Orange IYL. ::1

... dls Negro Minstrels, Mrs. Dr. .,
Marshall, of Oviedo :
WADB If-) .... Tuesday evening in the city shopping was C. Kennedy and wife of Ken- WHY BUY DIRTADMONITIONSOF 'make the moat of them."
IdI, Ape tucky, who, have been city guests for WISE
TO> TUNES 3t. --- several months returned MEN I A Chicago woman says: "1 thoroughly
home last
ORLANDO, FLA. -r-s: --- Mrs. Mary Nettles, who has been night. ,. believe that one cannot save

his home phen Lockwood has gone to spending the winter at 503 West An exchange which has gathered successfully unless by putting by, a < ?

in Pennsylvania after spending Central avenue, has gone to her home Mr. and Mrs. N. M. data in regards to savings and investments certain sum regularly.; Some days ago

.', : several weeks pleasantly in Or in Vermont, for the summer. Clarcona were the Cogswell, of gives the following report: I had a biB to meet that I paid for
lando. among out-of-town
Rev- J. W. Bell has left- for his' j I the installment
"Octave plan. It at
Girard the
of Ware was
t I l I guests in Orlando yesterday shopping Mass., who
'me la Stonewall Oklahoma. Mr. and Mrs. G. J. Migael, of Cuba, and all friends. retired, well off, at the age of seventy-, suggestion of my creditor that I followed
Mr. J. ng qn
G. Smith, of Richmond, is are in the city and wi locate on apiece I two years, after working at manual I I this plan of payment, and it not
r..,H. A. Schroeder and wife have in the city looking' over dairy .interests of land labor I
where they will grow Mrs. J. R. Tatum and a lifetime and never receiving(r only kelped me to pay the debt easily; v

gone to their home in Pittsburgh, Pa.lira. the city.and. may' conclude to locate in oranges and pineapples. Mr.,Migael' Tatum, are visiting Mrs. A.children J.Mos-of more than,one dollar a day in wages,II'I but it taught me that I could do without .
:-- knows how to do it. teller, At her home 411 Wflet.. (...'"./.>...nti. >*.l said: "The secret of saving money is a great many things that I might
Frederick ---
LymanT. .a.
of Sorale han bought had T the
steadfastness of lunds alnn. .
and .
:avenue and will purpose
,- N. J., has gone to her home Mr. James Gordon of Portland, Mr, ,and Mrs. Henry Wises who'' leave tonight fo:r work. Liquor has steady sr k." -- a
.V-,W-- ** Maine, has bought a lot in the city have.been Miami, Fla., where they will resid, caused more poverty Ibr.
spending the winter in St in the future. than any other cause. I have i
Dr. W S. King and wife left and will have a home built during I seen
Petersburg and
are in Orlando and so many a man stand up at a bar and Captain Mrs. Horace Davis,
. ir home in AshtabuU, Ohio' the summer. well J I'who have .
yesMr. pleased were they with the city Mrs. J. M. Jacksoh and sons from spend in a minute or two all the' been pleasant winter guests 5
y. that they have purchased a home. Apopka, where they have money he could have earned in two or in the city, have started on the home.
beauit- I
Mr. Walter a
,Drennen Orlando'spiano 'I
!feel winter three days." Mr. Girard ward trip to' Portland, Maine.
home attributed
:, man, who has been in.. were in Orlando yes-
W. Bi Dale, who has, been Tampa Mr. and Mrs. E. Ashley Smith, much of his success in ,
Aping at the' Tremont, has for several days is igain'at'his. placeof Miss Jessie terday. They will leave Orange, saving to the Mr. H. L.
gone business.r; .' Shuler, Mrs. J. Carl county in-a few days in their touring co-operation of his wife. Police Sergeant -| Beeman and James

Gainesville:: " .:. or Jackson, left Orlando yesterday fo r'car'' for their Virginia home, Jane! John C. Woodlock of St Louis, .Laughlin 3rd, are 'out on another ;'
-- Washington, D. C., for a few days1efore I:'I Lew.' during thirty-five years on the police/scouting trip in Mr. Laughlin's yacht
u'''. College Negro Minstrels, Mr.' Wflford JlcBride, who has > going to their home in Lock I I force, with salary never more than from Sanford to Daytona via Jack.

n Gymnasium,.Tuesday evening been enjoying the beauties ,of Orlando port, N. Y. I I II '1115 a month, saved $20,000 which I sonville.
:16.. April.22. 8t., has returned to his home in I .Dr..W.. A. Holshouser, at one time! Invested in improved real r- ;

: I Grove ,CityPa.PeterSwaner,4. Mrs.,Alice Peters has returned from I a resident_ of Orlando, but now an I ing more than $150 a His yield rules I Mr. Waters Howe, the efficient fa

J.,B. Brown, of.Congress,. Arizona, : Orlando where she was called on ac-I active business man of St. Petersburg for getting rich honestly..are. these cashier of the Orlando State bank,
the city for+a-few days and wifl. : ?'off Utifia,. NeV cou&Tof the illness of her{daughter' ,J I was:ii|Orlando yesterday visiting "First, marry right A. ; is''visiting friends 'in 'the old Ken- =
tomorrow, for the West.T. 1 I'York isIl, ,land prospector'in'Orange Miss tella. Her many friends w'lli s his mother, Mrs. J. H. Mooney spend all the woman can lucky home. He attended the State
and'will I and sister, Mrs. C. E. Wade. money any man can
I county : spend several weeks be Bankers' Association
glad to know that she is rapidly earn, if she wants to. in Jacksonvillelast
"+ ., P. Wynol and'J family,'of Buffa- looking around.,\ .-Polk County Record "Watch the nickles, and week.

N. Y..! are .in the' city; and will I'I: _. Mr. and Mrs. B. C. Buxton have ueyre..1L. not, wasted.. The .see that -

f 'e, their home in this city. Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Minturn, who Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Rowland, Miss closed their winter residence in this take care of themselves. Dont dollars smoke will Mr. Joseph Wiley and family who Ij

,, I have been winter residents. in the Nahm and Mr. Wilbur Mahoney are city and returned to their home in at all, and, above all, don't drink. have been spending the winter at St 4
:r. Mrs B. Beacham and ,daughter, city, have gone to their home in to take the delightful a ito trip from Vermont. 'Mr. Buxton has invested "Don't go into debt for householdor Petersburg, are in'the city over Sun. \

s Norma, are off to Atlanta, and Grand Rapids, Mich. DeLind to Kissimmee on Sunday, in considerable Orange county prop. personal, expenses-you will have day. They are wonderfully pleated t
spend the week at Grand Opei ra. I dining erty. The 'Sentinel will keep him with Orlando.
: ir. Orlando and having: tea mKissimmee to pay more for what They will start tomorrow -
you get. Pay;
-' I Mr. Andrew Knight, whose home returning by mocc.lty.tDstand .- posted on Orange county affairs. cash. But going into debt for their home in Massachu
Dr. P. Phillips and, wife leave to. is in Indianapolis, and who has been Record. r on an investment I setts. '
I is a good thing. It mates >
for Atlanta where they wdnext 1 spending considerable time in Orlando
I Two very popular young people left yea save.
I week enjoying grand open : has..gone to his home. Our esteemed Mr. and Mrs. J. E. '
friend, Senator J. E. this afternoon on the 3:20outh "Don't squander money on theaters. Nicholson, of
'; --- Buzton has bade adieu to his host I bound train amid many congratulations "Have warm clothes and Orlando, were Daytona visitors Tues-
I$ M. T. has Mr. P. G. Thompson and wife oi plenty to
rs Lyman returned to ,
of Orlando day and
friends Wednesday. Mrs.
and gone to sum from,their friends at the depot eat That saves doctor's bills:" Nicholson '.
home in Somerset, N. J., afteding r New York City are in the city! for a mer quarters at St Paul, Mina His Dame rumor runs high and the whole An Atlanta; Ga., man says: "I get is a daughter of Geo. Wray 'and I
a pleasant winter in Orlan- few days before taking their final departure Qrlando friends will look I in :was here to look after business
forward to affair is colored by; the fact that the ,the habit of forcing myself to yielda some r
for the north.
his return next winter. The Sentinel.. .-- young man's mother proceeded them surplus every month. When I have matters for her father, who is now

will go to'him weekly.Mr. I by one train. husbanded a few hundred dollars in at Orlando. Mr. Wray is still very -
J. E. Finklepaugh and ;family: are Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Myers of the the bank I look for some real estate weak, she says, but is somewhat im \

ng those who' left for the north Keystone, left last night for Tampa, H. C. Nye, wife and daughter jn the best place I can select for the proved in general healtL Daytoaft
rday. They 'will return in Oct.Mr where they go for a visit to their Miss Teresa, leave this week for If any body has an umbrella that price. Then I Gazette News.
does not belong to him or her ,please borrowing
daughter, Mrs. George WygantMr. Keene, a fine summer resort in the money for the purpose if .
take it around to the Tremont Hotel necessary. '
Adirondacks. They have a nice homein As quickly as possible I rent the Money to loam on improved propertT. -
where the
.,Tom Shores and wife. of Tens and Mrs. J. D. Beavans and' Concord Park and their many owner may be found ajliberal and look for a purchaser at S.T WAY.-tf
a profit
in, the city and have purchased ain Mrs. Mary Shrimpton, who have been friends will look forward to the time gratitude of a I am always ready for the
J the city and land nearby. It spending the winter in Orlando, re- of their return next fall kind hearted lady will be bestowed I because I have first-class rainy day You should think not only of what 1;
on the finder. On the inside of the investments Via
their II different
intention of leaving the Lon turned to their home in Kalamazoo, upon which I have Hifficnltv. ,
umbrella on a niece of silk sewed nn In articles
---- and their
state and Florida on -- uses, but as between
becoming Michigan yesterday. "
ShaBaibargert for raising
I : bicycle MM the is the word money.
cover "Messaline. I 4 j different stores and buying seasons
Sundries. if Oxydized handle. Lady thinks she A Charleston, S. C., man says: "I as well. Read the advertisments In
Money to loan on" improved prop left it at the post office or Blue drug buy real estate in such a way that I The Sentinel closely. and
rata M tfck ...1 erty. 8. :Y. ,WAY-tf Subscribe for the Sentinel store. I have a regular obligation to meet i I very day tad they will constantly help you
This I
do the
on theory that
I keep your cost of living down to a r
C; - gle harder in life for the we.strug.j I minimum.
iimiimimmimimjimm They will direct you to
comes through stress and .
the right store at the '
right time. .
it is ,
obtained it is the more appreciated. ...

Then I keep my; eyes on opportunities ,I FOR HIRE-Nice seven passenger -
THE endeavor to seize them and I i touring car. Large and roomy.
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, safety of his employees. It,is wrong .1.... .. -j.',
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...... turJ tine:operators; ,,mill that .ride oa>the trains and as {six daarafid}one week?:edftJons) R 4.. 'A } 4 r
ind all' other employers compared to the'people- -ii la1Iy'with tl:-AA;;:ODe .month, ttlfM. ? ,
4 i_ of iwmatwever kind 1adA chic- whtIQ E these, trains areliable to,come "
aeter in this State knowJbat there in contact is infintesimaL Only thou- ROOMS-For light housekeeping reasonable
R sz r P7' i l-._thereemplotVliability '1& Idf.':ot' e&ployeesr'operate :.traim 'for;.the sweat?.;; :Apply 366
<'L.I. JE 0 whereas, millions and millions ofpeople' "orth.0rangeaveaae.; : 4-15',6t i iI
'enacted;into law, will makealFwtieeaployerg'of traveL'The passengers:-can I s

"labor1 in'this only be protected when,the employees BUY'a lot Thornton. ParL.a'niee )' r .t : r
State absolute insurers for the,safety' operating the trains exercise the highest oburb in east part of thetityl Carl .'
of their employees-this is no matter ,degree of care,and it bright and Jensen.
hoW i&eM 6U& wiplojreesi'-afcr-be! proper for.the'protection of the public r lJ ...."J. .,..
The\ ,thou lrt ;;origjnatedj;:with ,l opserelfiu that the .law.;should;be so; ttheymuit' ; OAK fflLL:is'the beautiful subdivision : ""'" -
his forcing the enactmentofthsaieirord beheld to a strict aecountabilitWeo t0tkl *rtHiif "'''iitit >snd r \

employerYiad: enij1oyeesliabilityilI far same is. concerned t,Let Irstfll ,,t oux.lota !
,.u4 the theory:b;as to employees know that they can recover Carl a"secome 4 ? / r t
,. ,.-.= .......'I pund'in'principle!'aa front the employer;"whether they are BALEL
'::11 tIIIIt.'e, referendum'and :r*. negligent or.not,and you..wiIL see 'the .WANTED'position 'manager, ,
-II't 'Tf ,' c effect that this'will: operation earetaJr<< '-U..AP T) tfor'.F_ ; .' , .Ii..
+ lct_glad if you;would print of .+-tns and;thlibndlina; ,of resident'property' owners. ''B y man' of .
th :Irtler fall well"M' one' appended' other'dangerous"instrumentalities i ; experience!)wh ,pl eit.eloeest '.. ,. . ._1- -J 1JI - -
hereto1 Which is copptof a letUr;thatirtitten'to The:twostreet; raUtWaJ1s1Jteni.(of tention. 'Address. CoUector. Senti- '. '
LN1ib' the'Honl 'C&&ii this city, of net ' '>r,*n - ;r>*)iU'\ 4 >' : .

.r Ds F :chBrmto of thi Ja matte.. B of tftSssiSB-- through the streets where there i., a WANTBD-Old} 'Minion\ :retflvfred: + ,
niY multitude of pedestrians,'people) in '\J

ri ,P. 0. JOOGHT, automobiles and in vehicles. These oese f. by ;..' ' r '' ... ... -".
April 14th' 1913. motormen should know that if they proved Freach process and /'tIii i !
Hon.. Chas. E. Davis, suffer any injury they cannot recover proof backing pet on the& sea.JA.JL..A. ,
Chairman, Committee Judiciary B, from their employer unless they ex- h .. ,
Fterida-StetrSenate. -- erds "all'!ue'"cir TermifthenTtdknow w eall and take -

Tallahassee, Fla.' that they can recover from their ;; ct e F ..J. '_ '
My Dear .Sir.44 There has been introduced employer; for injuries received no mat :' I , _'.'

the'legislature' : number ter how careless or negligent they may FOR? SALE-New. seven-roon:howe, ,f ,
f :of bOls'aHeeting the relations:of;employer be; and you may be. sure they will not with all :modem "roveaeits.

and,employee, commonly known exercise that'high degree of, care in 18,00(1.( ,Will &ake,.aito. bfle .im part fe Run 6,000 miles pjsrfect; con
as ."and 'employee liability the operation of those cars as.they do payAadi8f: Ovcer/voare, SenttoeL j ,
bills. 'of them direeted"agimst noW'!:
the employers as a whole some of The employer can only operate carsthrough FOR SALE-About four acres, 9G ..
them only Against a certain class, and employees,. and he"can0only trees seven years.old,'on'laks Msften diti b 0 a ;: tlf'defEf t;
,somrofthem like Senate 3111 No:51, I protect'pasengers and the publicthroughithese minutes walk from Orange avenue ... _,
'3 amend.,Section'.1M of I .:employeeRi Thepas >n Apopka road.' See owner. on premises .: "
undeiato directed'aeainst sage,therefore, of t these proposed bills Sam M. Cooley' ,KMwk leavin&arilhm Must
Ne:57/l' lohe.i'Sen' : as applied to the' street railway sys- : ,ell
ate 9i8s 59' re'peh* 'tems of this city, would be the enactment '"c
ine committee of law for the benefit For Exchaaf* *r Sale ...
)R. a of.aboutninety"'mbtormeh
For other in
otb l'J lo1ir .the.;same a which J and 't&'the detripient acreage or property. .
Lake Counties
hav1 of' '. f..aDa'seJatotl1lJ *possibly sixty thousand'peo angi or
rite piths dvd&gi' in Pittsburgh Pa. H
"fame1 lineHIwn'referred ple. And this .is about:the. same;ratio AlTmodwn webtagiM
'wldqldl ides ttn&iA 01.benefit and detriment good rroU bvUdaga. .
JW' as applied tp
this R0an be ] handled ,separate if de- .
thet' .JMor-, : .all employers employees (qf eked. ,
The billi all based .< ,
are upon a wrong .
: theorr andthanee'bf'tbeyn'shou1d+be .j It js' true that Congress in 1908, Fk ,
lmo,17-17 Orlando o
IJUleLrr.JBut'if any'oTtheae": bJUS. ire passedan Employer and;Employees i ; .

to berya all employers alike,.should be passed.becaw i S; but I 'eannot' neeive that WANTED A business paltrier- in a :
,>hilf itJs true '.th tthe billaffecfitig the members of' Congress' sS d 'it I';' manufacturing business ,with well

-a, the;rektion of employBfind upon.its merits. Lean only,think thai established trade. Need ,

,, .eaployee as applicable to railroad they did. so.because they, were;afraidof and win take partner'or will make"a 'r"4. .... I ... 'I E 7 .. ,.
alone can constitutionally be passed. the',Mabor unions-'of'.;this'country, stock company; with) $15,000 to $20,* t
it is class-legislation ef the rankest and did 'not' have the nerve" to vote DOG capital Plant up to date and in .,- --..,. '- . "
kind.*If the blurs good,one for employees according- their honest convictions, excellent condition. Address Manu- .

':of railroad'companies- 'isgoodlor.the but voted, purely,.and: ;:entirely as amatter'Jof8PpOsed facturer- __,,'in care L of Sentinel.,. tf ,
employees of all compan- political.eipedieq- '
lee and persons. If it;is applied cy. Arid this legislation has proven a .FOR RENT Furnished, my cottageon I.. SEE. .'.
to employers generally, it is bad mistake becaise';for more than'ayear Lucerne..: Circle. Jas. ;A.-'Knox.t .' .t. I.. ,

x-- as applied to. railroad companies. now anoint .committee.of railroad employers a >* '. .,
r alone; : and employees, are undertakring FOR ; suite of; :
RENTpFornished large
n. employer in, phosphate 'mines to'6ave"parse through"Congress : airy rooms for light housekeeping: : e Oo k:. and in: other this situaton
saw pulls and businesses a general'law'affecting : .
( }Ioia in cheap rent 312 North'Main. .. ,
', .. .JC.J" -- - -
I subjected,to the.same,rules but along;entirely :ciifferen lines: f : 4: "
as :are'applicable' to rairod'compn '"Wrppg;as_,the i proposed:legislation 166tSALE ...., .
: let as .employers. The purpose and i8,- however, if, 'an (.Of7the] proposedbills
practical effect of the proposed bills is are"to; 'be' enacted into.Jaw,, the POI A.fine Jersey cow.' Calf Orlando Florida
to _abolish,the doctrines.. ..assumed bill 'affecting 'all. employers_ ,'alike > tea'days old a good. family' cow r at ' ,
risk and of contributory,negligence, to should, be passed; ,because UI'is 'only a:nuoDabl.priCe- : P. 0.: Box 626, ( .
permit employees to recover from their when abill, .affects all'alikeit is. only Orlando, 17-St

employers when they have received in"i1ri. drastic and /'dis Strous effects .of itcanbe'ascertained FURNISHED ..ROOMS.tftrt _._ __.. .... .-........). _' : :........-.. .- !..... ..,.' .."...,,.,... 'P'.:: .." )/1.1- \ 1w \.. ," _'"_ ,. ' -- .....
a nopuititez how careless and known; the _. _
; or neg- ;by; .
ligent they may be, or, whether they people,andTi wheni it"is found to'be attractively"furnished/rooms, .secondloor i vras.. p.i L" -\J,, ." !!;jl'H' 'Ci 'l>:;.ix,_ oN. : ;
exercise due care or not. It'is' proposed wrong, it can then be.repealed. Bills, suitable for light housekeeping .. ... 01...... .. ..- . -., '- ,- '.... .. .. -Illlllllllllll --
' in one breath to wipe out all directed against, a certain class,: es Modern conveniences. Apply 703
4 relations of employer..:rind employeethat pecially a class of 'suppoSed wealth, West.- _. Central. Avenue. 18-4t For .the Ladies of Orlando-
have been established. by the.,wisdom ivelyl attract'the attention' of the TUfJOAKtAND : -
., of.ages: *. publift.generally,: because "people 'are SIR Splendid unfurnished rooms. ,
It has always been'the law; and the inclined to let the other:fellow hoe his modern conveniences, 'Just the '.,. .. ., ,, ., . DEMONSTRATION
.reasons;>for it have been time and own row and carry his own burden; thing for light house keeping. ,Apply I If ,have:8DJ' ,combings don't, throw them
time again'fully ,stated by',the"decis but when, the 'same bill' is passed as '03 West Central Avenue.: 18-41., you away, '
ions of,an.the courts of the United applicable to everybody; then the TllEcA'R ,' You have in your city, L Gold, a manufacturer of hair,goods,'

; States?'as well as other''countries, andy people.::can see the .full significanceand fOR RENT-New five room cottage 1 zit j..H. ob-t.i.TEAT :stet ,Bade City, F1aM but recently from Chicago, where you,
profound tinkers in the legislative wrong that the law does and .the furnished':for the, summer on the EYFIYYBBDYISTAIING ;,caa' r.our.: combings'and have a switch braid,-transfor-
bodies of the world, that it is the common, sober sense,of the'people will l
duty north bank of Lake .Concord. Good : J (mata 'or" -pfee;of hair work would like to have
.of any employee entering upon his'servicetoascertain assert itself and repeal it, after they fishing and use of boat No children < any you '
: :what he is ex* .have Hen the practical effects ox it' call at Sentinel office.' 18-10t IABOUT I made from .'
petted to'do'and'the'daogers'connectd Senate'Bill N .': r7I itttfcduced by i. I I "$UOto$150 k
therewith 'It is his duty to exereui Senator Stoku?; t only propose''lta '.' '
: abolish .ofcontributory' ROLLINS COLLEGE Negro Minstrels I Abo carry a large line of finest quality French cut hair,
eakeltd: avoid injuries to himself: "eatabUsheddoetrines ,
He is under aa great obligttiea to provide negilgence ;arid assumed 'Lyman Gymnasium; Tuesday eve- I. which we make to order to match. We demonstrate the work

for, ,.m's own safety from such risk, but also'overturns all legal;precedent ning 8:15, April,22. 3t- sASK FOR ',KINNSTMTMN, every afternoon from 2 to 5. Also carry a large line of sani- '

' 'dangers'as 'are .known'to him or, are ,by undertaking' to place. the WANTED-To sell or rent Seven- tary hair goods. Switches, \V oz., 50c; 1J4 oz., 10 and 20
: ,
pan discernable attthe toaployer by'ordinary;is provide care on forMat his and burde': further.;of proof. provides upon, ,the in'. Section defendant:f.f, room house, furnished. Enquire at SEE; ins. long, $1 ; 2 oz.', 24 ins. long 1.50; 2i/2 oz., 26 ins. long 2.25

,He'must,take ordinary "that the grit garnishment,execution 214 ,East Church St., City. 19-3t WE MATCH ALL, SHADES. Silk hair nets 86 ins.
learn the .dangers.which.are likely;; to or:other::processes shall''not issueout MAGRUDERRIVAL long Be. Dont' faD ,to ,can during this week for our low'I
111in RENT Home of six to seven '
,, beset in'thcf'service; He must of any. court to reach any'money FOR ,
not, go, blindly to his work. Where due or likely, to become due,as dimiyei .rooms, partly; furnished. 403 'Lake prices.6 Goods on,display at ,
there_is danger: He must inform him- vrder'the provosiohi th',8: 'act." street South. I
self. When he, is 'a learner and en- In' other.words, it is'proposed'to'per' 4.20 3t A.. M. COLLIE. F. N BOARDMANDRY
guee"te work "in' a,hazardous branchof mit a, dishonest employed' to. recover
theservice he must improve',every damages !rom. his employer for >r> FOR SALE-20 choice Rhode Island GOODS AND NOTIONS ORLANDO, FLORIDA
opportunity furnished by the employer fcries'received through his own care- hens with rooster.. Also 40 young \
to learn.f hk duties and their'aceom Iessn'.s?f, uri,l negligence, and C the'-I tc.permt chickens and good cow. Also a WELCOME, TO iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiMiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiORLANDO
pftnyinft dangers. If/;he fails, he is him, .\hen he rccoVctl iuch '8 t'' nearly new wa n.Wm. ,', -
guilty: negligence, He must use ludgmtpt to, cefeat,an ,wi:: :roar L CORYELL, 1_111. -- -- -
a reasonable'rare in examining his'curs i or but". "t t.ll, by pre I:ntJ") ;the .election 4.20 tf 201 Concord' avenue ,West. PALM "
round; ,.r to observe and ,take such i uf III honest debt thfou'ifli) such FOR RENT-Three fine rooms for
knowledntof the'dangers as can be juc1gn.:nt 'au rreeGivlThis" light housekeeping on Second floor I..
obUlnedby,observation.-! perform I. certainly i splendid exam with bath and toilet City water BARBER SlOP
big the duties of his'place bound pie of modern, so-called progressive with veranda. Also after June 1st ,
*, to take 'notice of, the ordinary operation Ie elation.* If more of the same kind lower floor consisting of six rooms. '
of to govern.hlmelf'! ', accordingly, If he the salutary effect of 'dissipating 'and houie Wm L. CORYELL, 'Indlrldualeleetrla' BUSINESS COLLEGEMODERN
fallsso; the risk U his ,own. He eradicating'the present hysteria; thatsFnie 4.20 tf 201 Concord avenue Wt t. ,Everything DtW, 'every .
ii bound to use to we that to be in the air. ftHMtaMU at -fl' '
which ii open and apparent to any M) life for more than a quarter of chair. No ttone baa been left
Kron wing his eyes; and, if the de a century In this' state eV.dtnui that ., unturned to make this atop I .. -
ii obvious and suggestive of I iii>ve'always moved ahng conitrm* !g,1 of the '
danger, knowledge on his part will be five and progreiiive lines but if to bea When of the meet th erequirementi I, COURSES IN
you want, any ) of
presumsdss'well ai when the dan present-city progressive means referendum ..most particular, Plenty
gars are the subject of common knowledge initiative woman nulfrBtfe. EMERGENCY SUMP E3 ,.. ..m. Gou .nttdants41 I
And the employer has the right prohibition, a denial of the doctrine of mentioned If I lUjArwin'swiiD Single and Double Entry Bookkeeping Corporation
to rest upon the probability that any equal rights to All and over-turn* in ,
body would know whst all Bookkeeping Banking, Shorthand,
was generally Ing of constitutional principle and Proprietor. I .
to be seen by,hi* own'obierf atlon* <: doctrine at construed by Taney and JOHNSON & JOHNSON'SHandbook 1" typewriting o. *
EmployersCM only conduct their Marshall, then I am anything bat &anwAveOrianefe, FU. I l lt Penmanship, Cowaerckl Law

operations through ,employ g. Dan. whir now people are termed to rail a I I II Commercial Arithmetic, Speffing and all
gerout implements and machinery are progieiaive. I
placed in the hand of employee, and I sincerely trust that you gentleman I ;Ii 1 1 Branches of Civil Service.',
It is only by holding the employees to will not pass the bills, and i would be I
a strict degree of accountability and glad if you would read this communi* ,..... __
care that l injury to others can be pros cttion, to your committee.: This state ofFirst .k I ai DAY AND 'NIGHT CLASSES
vented by e of these dangerous is now more ' n'it'h'vel
instrumentalities. been, but if some yf, the. bills .
I, Under the law, as It now is, an em along so-called progressive lines now Aidhere EYER1THIIGFOR I I r 'Experienced Teachers in' Charge. 'Diplomas
ployer must furnish his employee with :pending in the legislature I
safe and suitable tools, and a safe :it will receive a severe.and paralyzing ; Granted and PosItioes f SKwed ;for Grade-_
place to work and if the employee is I check. Yours very.truly_ l I
injured through the negligence of his P. 0. KNIGHT.Improvements U the place to get ates. .
: employer, he is now entitled 'to* recover i iJc .
them. ICalPos .'pose:: \ r q 'r HosaeJ nstitntiene.
damages for such injury. will be started soon FEED : Patroflizt. a ,. y ;
The proposed bills;; however, 'pro; .
pose, nevertheless: these 'establiahecdoctorines ,on the 'square frpnt of !station '. ',. ',

.common sense, based and upon justice every, that reason they: of and the stores. J. C. Michael offered Delaney Drug Co. -FOR- For Prices'oof and' Terms" cal OB or.address:

} shall be abrogated and eliminated and to put some splendid drinking water ,.Avenue I
Orange :
(that the employee can be ever so careless , ,
over which will, be ah attractive
square .
and ever so negligent, and yet he llVFI STOCK
can recover'[lama from his employer parLA !'sarutry drinking OflaBrUJIcM

.a : the jury to be. apportion fountain and white concrete benches ,Rapid strides are being made toward .. ' .
.either ol the:des and final damages, wl 'be'erected, ,and with trees andsibs the completion of a powerful. pumping LAUBACHTke .
.::-And 7 i plant at the Royal Palm, Hotel FUSS: .5l7yJ1LUG
: ? .
planted will make most atvtractive
,_:",7""""ons oflour'. Supreme. a : since the hotel dosed for the. winter
r T Gant; all'qwrtioflj of fact+are sabto -: spot when finished and .will, season, and the work will soon be Cralfl' ,Man
.. .
f .- ..dfcVjttry.. .. and.- tM I.. add, greatly' r to the town.-.Winter finished If'the present ,ratevof/pro' s !. yri ........Y":"t. '', ':. "?t.f" "-jO"" 4,'",f...' _'. .#.1:""r"<-. ,,...-" ,<." .. fIt ":_1011 S.IT&"%8 .
'<.- _'...rJlJ. I4 .I 6eiea :.z: < fYTiases. ' kept'up.-Mismt HeraM.,, '_ ..":....," ,1; r-', ---t.v W ;oi"
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(,: ,1" .",.'"", 'I- .. I Jewelry: rj 4 Ew

r ; '_ ,., ::1n or. rto'qVit ''ei.I.Wi11qofer'my eriir, Auction.ah .- ; l 'I . .

iiHieereeM ay. laiiiple.! 0 V ; {

w ssses'"'!f 'iwfi..M'K' An'c '.. n i8i at. 7at : .'.IJWELKI' 4 .
;t JaAMVaae1* v an irlai >The treat t \ ,. .
: '''i ** *
...f ; t. jr11 \In. oods sold. ,
'* WOv ...H4Hlie' feI4 g are iIs OM of,tbe,RtMaoiUee of We.SatWactery .

fjia"UA Vf fw"An*w WhIt oed', the .i..... : \\f SILLY Nb6EY, Aricti ne i"I I : 'Jewelry mi .

,. ':':fteturee Whet.'the'Frtvitton W "AH..Th. _._ _ _. .--- ..... .... J' ", I have style, .... aid quality, '
indly Urea "iItaslretsel
,J, .VMW .. . J I.dea iet rbhat'tlie
I l '. .HIe....- OiMIIIMIII JI 1 4 "e.LN..4f :J' ,a tj
f.....It&f the Other b wv .
*,;(Hwtretea Aid'end; aleesine. llllllllllllllllllIf KM BOMtbiif oO. to. do with it too, t-!

)reward)AH VIM i&II We tf Jesv, We have then all.Everythl.g '

''I..... ttril.ULPaeter'.t"'Toledo Ohio 1u! : : WANT :THE_ LATEST :.. 'Goaraateed.44. :; ,

ifcaaell. U .her today oJ I .,- .. Try oar satisfactory repair'department

,. addreeataf I .
8)b Ie atodefita.we .

I tie.. addresses report OM of, THE LINE OF UP TO'D Alt DRY GOOD tt.J,CLOTHING .. .. .. .. ., --" ." . ,. '

from the text: //LADIES REA&T ,.,om;: :

l s yalr .. [ -i i: .

'OTI i u.1t re i R.IIIOII,1AYO i -I'1U.NSCOMETOB.8A' .. .._._ J ,
4er.tWlaiI t10.
,bradof: t .. ; ,,
;He may wit you REFUNDED. . i; .
bIiMJ 'te' doe 'time.16A.

,," -- Peter t ,." . JEWELERS 4
'!he Putor dedtreal.tbat fee BIble :

:i'i'Twbert bolt orjfjtbe Lord Jesus Salomon OrlandoLANBANKIRUT .
Catlet u toe ilortooa pattern of what Orlando Florida
.. ,
tt'boet pleaatof to .tbe: .'ID1JI'I- ,
:.t%. to be copied by. ill deairlnc Ood'a i '
t* Be reminded$e bearers tbat tlHIIIIIIIIIIIIIItlMnililllllMllff / tllMHIMIIIIMIIIIIilllMIMfMIMtiCaplU
\ceaUln steps are,necaaaarj before any .11'11111'111'111111'1 I1I1I11 i II i. llliMMIMMIgiliiff'
....... .
e4l come into that fam and properly i. O - I

b;ttfcalled Qod'a tbll@!!.! ftMhiejrld .',
and His Aportiea made tbia point
r't "fW J B dear, pTy1sN Model GroceryI.

..,i |!w> few nave (JodI, favor at the
: laOod'a ( I.- ,

,:: 44,time bowerer.. all shall be broofbtte 18 Wilt Church Street
/ I.
I knowledfe of Ueaaiah, and prlrlthrooffb
lid Bin to enjoy ererlatt $1N//1./1. t '
M4 UiivMei Pnito
tlM4ut. But what. to coaiaf and wbat Svpk.1 AND
tt'here are' two different thlDfa, Noole'baa Todd EtsHims over Tlvee HlenMilWM. AND
aetaertty to ache the NlrrowI FRESH
Broad Way. or to aay that \
will seas It wren t" flat. i... of the Orla4o. ,Beet." .>lad. Wt Uft4w.Firieul. AttntiM to Oar Caetea m aid '

Treat Co, a| I Oeee,< w GMruUo Satiifictioi ui Pnnft DoMrory
wiel'cltlrt, that bk t.
tnt. reialeieilylotleooiiifliiitfew Ar1111N1,' t1Tier Gin Ui a TrIal
i. I wisedtwIithls. .Age,.beard 'and I ,
*tkAa$, etx ..
,!7 j
MMfrted tbe loTlttUoo to become foot-
dip follow of J.... Tbeee hater 1&; '' !IdRE80UROE8 wei Subtler Bros., Proprietors V
tbeir aloe fomren u a remit of faith ,

io tbe precious blood of Christ, and of 91; _.: : ;:.:. _.'-' -'-'- ._. _. ;.j'J, ;t. . _';:.. ;. : .... < . .: _'_ r
cewecratieo to do God'a will. Tbeee -- .- - - - -"' '''''' .. MIMililllTHE -.. ......

t bate the Redeemer.aa their Adrocate & -

.. To Theee Our Tilt Aif liee* ,'IMU ail DtNOanta.'.... IIIlI1.NYe' . t H. H. P. STRAIGHT

Tbeee tit eilwrted, to eeeje. beldlyta eb 4 Ir-. f O ',s.' ........... ......
Tarwe.of.MIj d4 f" Eeal ForniteetM .
; jeWe For Sale at ifl StomWuoVi ,'V
tak mvK sal to Dad to Inffny
? arace help tiiIi. ..
rJ .....v*t98tookaaa4Beftda ...1." I. r \\t'.1.
?tine of need. Tbeee' IDI1,DoW I 4 ; .. S6.01MI' ( Newoti Cigar Hate ta: Orhade;
alt .
tbeir .prayers'"ire always beard. ..
\ The eibortatieM. of tilt Ape tIe 1 CIlIa on.Jud In BWi M$1..1 Havana. aad Florida Wraira. '

to thus ale-sotto the world Try OM Mi Be Coayiiooi .
In ov conieit! the Apoatle boMa op Total ................1789,260,* .
the Lord Jesus u tbe great pattern ; .
of humility. Bt Paul tells oa tbat oar LIABILITIES HERMAN B.PIN iElfM"f 'ry ,

Lord was,rich yet in obedience to theFather'i'wfl'He Capital 'Stock .......,...'lO ,O O.OO 212 South Onuafo '
Wd aMdefiI*.
'; I
Snrplflii and Undhided
and became poor -cUfiit14 ..r, '. ,
: eetf of His apiitt eaMeiai" iid'tooa4 Profit ............:... SUUK x
... 1 I"
: tutead human Ogd ees... .r _VV I Deposits: ................ 666.UU8. . c .. ___ c "II I DIB YOU BUT?
From above Be will
heist anfeta.

ugly took a nature and place "a little L LVA Total ..................,.... ,1'1.. I I -
lower than anfeta Be.. "...blow Oscar'Hand- I overheard a:pro IMMV-hardwao'
'rod tb. h"wie
1D4'that otbera) n of W1tfr 1tIf.A.II"; al tsa.yatg A ..., Deyeettt April 4,1118 & SonSscerurr'te :.".. .at N tuG lid .... W. ,

bad aimed and bad inrolred a race Ink Hi April 16, i11;....66fa & Hun At. . tires> referred. to.I eoisl,
death sentence Only an nncon'* for an OrUWo lass'aeranl tmiUof .:
;, UiHot Slaw Goners* State and aeb Deeeeitery U (kya . .
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damned .IBID could redeem him. It Oranffe e aaif far \
FULL LINE OF COMPLETE ILee.psr acre, the aa. tad to
,waa f or.thia porpoae that Jesus left : e user
His fiery and waa trend In faysr' O yO !l :HOUSE FUR sold in 10'tad tweetpaeretrseta.let
+ 1 ?-' .i.. .. .. ? I NISfflNGS.COME. .OMO per, .are, and ia atieap,tt toll ;
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b.-'e PI r{ ".. .. 8 IN, AND SEE US at tist..t Geld ==
At thirty yWrtS l ''&r.'Ltir'winl :' .. "
forth declarfef the Ueaeaie which ; ; --co" 4w $it I"[. yow Mu1t You loenr sea K,
Hetknew: would be mJeatderetood-tbe' W; M. S'L. MNs: : t10 ... .. I ago''y.g pint.on the >aij '

Meaeaie that He waa tilt flto-Of erin*. : withit.haTiRgto 0paa 662 A ..
ud tbat aa tbe refit,of His aacriflce.the 'SestfaaL' cJr'ft.
Adrertiee the ,"
alUlennkl, Kintdoa would .. .... ., c-'
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WM'woaJd bleat all the fajtfflea eftbe ""1 .
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earth. The Jews were not read? y NOTICE OP APPLICATION FOR TAX ZPtW,..Yt4U
tbat .. tbe DUD UNDER SECTION OP cHAP ....
far II. Aa Bcrlptwea Our New Stock is Coming InAidwewietirteyssaCheriie' .
., foretold, they cradned'Hlm-lfnorant Spring TEE ..... LAWS Of FLORIDA. inf'Meek wffllet' tR,
= and Nit ..;
1 Corinthians&
A.11. : Notice fa hereby (fan that J. Franklin ..
tA.cAIL. J
,', 'The Kewarde ef Humility and..LeraJt1.f ...tIta.....,0.Coeds Brim of Apopka Florida purchaser of Mkt- ,
AccerdiBc to 8L Paul'the I'ItIMr. ..IN DRY .GOODS. ALL THE STAPLE AND :USEFUL certifteate Tax-Certificate in my named office below.and hat hu made filed appli.Mid .. A-. Orkaeje| ;, J1. '. ..I
? .were/ij rd aai'ctewart: l&rWt G.ace wot if rtNCS MSbm FINE DRE9S.GOODS, eaten for tax deedi to fane in accordance Tejba. .. tke beefaMea aea' ef !
etcrlfice ',TW,detafla of that Joywmay HOSIERY IN SILK imfe AND COTTON Mtbe Icy AcBargains with law.dcMribed Said certiftcataembrace property,situated the in following Or. Orkafe know ae, if JIll de set, aek

: infer to be: ai The Joy of tbeVaiher'a ctseerI th$ W .UN. ,1; ..tCounty.Florida; towns* heal
r,_ : I em. No. 257. dated.July 1, 1897 Lota
t: talle of appmaL 'CIa The Joy 4. 6, i, Block A,Apopkv' assessed b the ..
:ef fbrlnftof aaay sato, defy (I) name of II G. Wadiworth __ _ _. _...
: ;_ Joy of reatorinc maatod to their Six Days in Eve-Week t.H.and Cert ;;No.: 258 12 Block dated: A July-Apopka 6, 1897, waved: Lob . .;. ": . .- ::1'4:
......... (4).1.t ) aaWp i in thenam e of"-I(..G, Wadiworth- ,
< .. -.t: a sit ii Ol8 tM feet ..
w. sorry aR tile fire huge et 17, and ,18 Block:A?Apopka;, MM d fathe'name
former.. See Hebrews 12M
of')0. &: Wadiworth.Cot. :
'r tece Hb tiaJtatloa, ,o rawato rates #id lelleed KINALITY MEN'SOES No. 271. dated Aug.,I. 1890 Lot Z2.BJock M1
,the'fiortoaa time al 1 CUDDOCI TIDY'S AND:JCBJL1):" V UabowL"-,A, Apopka assessed in the name.of' THE ONE:'(MMEYEIYWBY$ : :

.rlgbteooeaeaa abate biae4 7 JNEi: ARE SOLD ft TKS V Cert .No.,.260.<.dated,July .t, 1897 Lot B,
mM. "! 2S and 24,' Block A Apopka, wised in ..T.
rifbteooaaeaa Bet\ .if 10. ;' the name M. G.;.Wacllwo L '
: -: ,come the codon. ott.tIat MEN at ilIA'$* Y .... I Cert. .No ZC1. dated July i. 1897: Lob LIKES : ; ;bL
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.' ': feUoftaeaMJet V, eroa: ' -: td. 2!. '10.' Block A. Apopka, Awed in
. OiHcbofCbrietMeaainjrofatl $ ;t1. -, M STYLE FIT ANT the name of H. C. Wadiworth.' '. .
t! Cert ,No. m. dated July I, 1897: Log a.aAs .
QU ... .K at Btek,'A..ApopbUI8ItCI in .
......'.' CeYri1 l+t ath, itA. sum' JOIiIUlT8 WILL II SURE TO the name of M. .a Wadiworth.Cert . '
: Notice'the contraat between,Satin'seasne 'No '807. dated Not'41890'Beg. SW .
r' PLEASE YOU. eon Lot it Btt. B. Apopka I'IID..K 100

:,- slid our1.. Lofd'a.ift iMtead 4 i otfce . ;< ..-..... ....... ...... _,;.?..-t. 7 Tr :, aliened feet. N. in CO the Wed of lot G. f feet Harrfaon/S M feet STRAKJITS
.. Cert No. 264 dated July 6, 1897: Lot
: AWMtv Uee: avoLoppoeit'mane. -- V U.BJoek r B, Apopka.'" has 100 feet E 'and
:. Be waa proud. W by M feet N and 3 fa SW cor) assessed

Rri'y ...,. aDd --a.t ...beibetxlse I IIe1t.' in Cert the name No. 08 of. .dated Smith. July A Fmitr... 1908:, Lot 14, .' ,- '
war rkdtore 8at W S' DM'aN': S'.1u. Block\B,' Apopka aneMed'b the name VV of 1 Get thus" bed: ciar
.. at Ave
H. H. Withermiton.
t 'the Adrcmrj.; ' was Mt eo IV ,f Cert. No. 272. dated Jabl .'Lotaivtand.ll cents
.. .. : : ,' the BUt two
atM "" ., . : yoi
II the Loses, throb whom EH'file : (le8E%V Lot 15) Block D. ,
.- : energy operated tile creatieiLr .. ,-:- "j- ... -.. -. ,..- it Asopka.'atBcued'in the name:of 1L G.Wad want to fflwke-jndfe for

r 'well the coene-of pride which .. ,worth.k- Cert No.vt71.- : : dated,,'July 6,' 1897: Lob yourself.byalderiow..

t''to. ln,'and',will'oWaaiHy,:.teed to .Plans, ,lave.beencompletldifarthe. I a name 4, 5.'efJL'G.I, Btt. D,Wadiworth.Apopb,-aasared,. in, the cUnlen 1r
tai'seph0 :''of.the Brotbeeih00dfront said eertiflcate than be V redeemed
':' +iof, Jt iI:i aIek, ledtjl'hredaq .. ., ,.._).dayi,,'... : ;;:" t..l. ,. .- ( '> ,UNDERTAMI*.ARMSTRONG according to law tax, deeds will line thereon .
"'. ... ED. allorerathe the 20ft of .-A.- ,
ohJMo. on day '' D/1911.
; to tbf tlerl, ;W_ ., ' W1 .. Made its Orlsaio sad.w'
. :\-'J'>'f. c. t..t. :'1 < -- r Witausa'jny-ofldal itgnature and.seal. this ?
.... aballwe. follow? Whet May tt .. ..United States.. which"'- .:willtake' Thei,. : TISrICPRAIER of o r I5I4O. 19tfr.. -day'rf'April'A.'t), 1918.' ". .
wield be to..JrN;M,iaaa'a,. .; ';; pkdetn:Jaenille'' ', Apri' $I.; I2f != . ; '"-.... ;, iV. :- V - rQerkk' Circuit ROBINSON..Court,
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., '>rwrd. & IsMsdr. ; .'1.Irliti. ._. .i"I.;Li't... QrWt. as a .rule acts natural There it a ,
+ .':>.:" t :,' .-:"'-, s.. 9NH distinct difference betWeea politeness .:"f ..::"" : '. ". ;;! ,: ". i. '' .
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puppyism, however.' Some "
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r THESTATE their children very '. .'"
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a 4f much like they. train .their puppies : :' ': ' :. ; ..:,.'
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ness of habits and, complacency of

ti BANK spirit. Puppyism' is.,the artificial .
training intended to
attract attention, r
by having child do unnatural things.
The genuine article is as essentialto o INTEREST
success, and particular to an en 5 APfR

of Orlando, joyable success, as integrity, 'or in '
O Instead CENT
: dustry, or any other of the essential ,. of ,

FK virtues. .I
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All, machinery ruins itself by friction .
a f,t 1IoIJTIANKiII1EcITY: without the presence lubricat-

ing oil .
xt1j( '-AND- Politeness, or civility, or urbanity,
or whatever we may choose to call it, If you hive savings account which
is the oil which makes the machineryof i earns only four per cent either call,
The Bank which tn..cts..e bwtass than society and business telephone, or write, and we will gladly -
run smoothly. . explain how the
say Beak between JackseaviBe and Tampa Without which there is a corroding earn five per cent and same probably money more.can
friction, and a constant jarring. :
P r
We are obliged to bend to one an .I
The large patronage,of this Bank has been built up other, to step aside for another oc

during twenty.yean by conducting its business on sound casionally, to overlook personal weak- '
ness in others now and then and es
banking principles with careful attention to the legitimate !- pecially to speak civilly many times
- k wants of customers. The confidence of the public when others irritate us. This is true NATIONAL 'NK
politeness. Bowing and
is resected in the large amount of
and using adjectives with the free- ,'
}" < ,Average deposits ,First Quarter of 1913, 900000. dom and vulgar solicitude of a street : .f

soap merchant is vulgarity, pot po
.. liteness.

FOUR rill CENT. PAID ON SAVINGS ACCOUNTS Politeness is the morning gown, '
: During April we offer City of Orlando
when are sweetest and .
Per Cent
rive Sewerage Bonds
T '_ _ at par,
iable, after a refreshing sleep when for cash or oa easy payments.WANTED.
your mind rests from the dross, of
; Our correspofitet'banks.are located in every part of the' world and social shoddy fabrics.!

the world and include:some of the largest Banks in the Politeness, as understood and prac
ticed by many is a mask of one's real
L United'States. self, and is most transient.

-, There is also marked distinction be- ..
F : tween civility and servility. MAnymen ,. .'> '. ,,

7 and women seek to be popular by
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CATHOLIC :RECITAL j recommended that parents, 'teachersand I over doing politeness to such a -
,+r children co-operate in the school I degree that they become servile. Thisis
5 / .The recital given by the pupils of work. :* vulgar and pitiable. r'I
St Joseph's in die Convent Hall last Many people can be polite to one of tJ
evening was considered by all present MOONLIGHT PICNICA I high estate or a nabob, and be posi- .

..if t al peat seecess.. 1 tively rude,with people of higher character -
;The :program was faultlessly rendered jolly party gathered under the but lower estate. }f
,before. : a\ most appreciativeMdjenee beautiful trees in'the rear of the The boy or girl who. can be kind to .. --- .

Mta Agnes Hamper '4* home of Mr. and Mrs. 0. S. Robinson; ]helpless old people. has learned the .11.--------------- . .
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livtrwJ the opening. address and her an Gore avenue on Friday evening I first lessons of politeness.
Y :word of nIt IM.were re-echoed by for a picnic supper, " The man or woman who can pay as j ,
her'sebool mata'in .th._ vocal chorus A tamp fire was built, not for light :much deference to character, when
r J s ',wjn<*,MowedV: for the mgon shone brightly, but over I done up in cheap linens as he can the .
}. MMtf*'Aaron Kanner distinguish- which to boll the coffee, without ,same element of human life when tied .
a ..' 1 W telf J y ,the manner' i in which which no outdoor meal .II'eompi t.. with silks is the true exponent of po ; ;',, ',"', '
,he .**N hit'YLliflpiece, ,also in After all the "goodies" had vanished 'liteness. \

/ .t voctl, solo""When Papa calls, 'Get the party lingered to .tell ,stories Politeness costs nothing' and brings 500 small feet to be fitted with small shoes '
up,'" being accompanied on the'piano !and. the' evening was most merrily big.returns. . . at the J
t..k by JM lister,.Miss,Rose Kanner. : w To be gentle under all circumstances '1,. '. tp ?

In the'1 song. .. 'and march,. "Well. I ,affair was.given for Kn. How ,is not easy, but if this virtue is4 adhered '
Stand_By .the, 'Flag F," the boys did][land, who has been the guest of Mrs to our vexations in life Win'b : SHOE DEPARTMENT ; .. .

1 stand by the flag nobly; though Mas-j i jj.i C. Howell for the winter, and is greatly reduced. . .... .
y (; ter Roger !Mason appeared without 1]leaving(I Tuesday for the north I The rugged old path of life.will be . ." :

the.'.Nation's- :'Emblem, hi was later: I Those attending! were,Mr. and Mrs. relieved of many of its horrors if true ; n:.of..the

'applied'with ;it,and conducted himself 0. S. .Robinson, .Mrs. Howland, Dr.!I politeness will be exercised at such ."' .- ..
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F 'admirably .throughout the rest 1 and Mrs. Howell,'Mr. and Mrs Victor!times as it costs less to be polite than ". " ,
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x ,of :The 'girls were no less]I Starbuck, Mrs. Stanley and .Misses'!to be rude. :

patriotic in.their,. part' of the march I Hainer, Branham anp! Robinson. I If the rule of our life was to speakto BIG WHITE STORE
A number of the "Merry Little .the other fellow as we love to be '

'Lads and Lassies," were missing on LUCERNE, TllATIE'MONDAY.' spoken to, be considerate of 'others
.a accoont of sickness, but the few who Three Reels. wishes as .we love to be considered, .

iirtre 't?Sit'* .?Trittt4 themselves "'A. picture, program worth seeing. and to help others as we love to be These shoes are of the best makes of the best firms but were
"The House Builders what different life ,
with credit I Dog Vita helped, a aspect

- t 'The large: girls won applause by 1 I I graph-a laugh producer. will take on. bought too small for rapid moving, 'so we must sacrifice themto

.their' lily. 'drill and.march, which was I "Mr. Jinks Buys a Dress," Lubina -I --- '
bery beautiful and we must, congratulate wmedy scream, that all RUMMAGE SALE. make .room* I '
y them for the manner n which I "The Fugitive," Selig ft picture
fay spoke'. in the"Literary Coronal" I story adapted from Tom Ribertsonand I I The ladies of the,Ways and Means They are truly neat Shoes for neat feet
Worthy of. .special mention, ,were a great London comedy success. Committee, of the Civie League 'announce -
: the : Don't miss this excellent If anything under 31-2 D or 'larger sizesin
Violin pieces, "Angel's Dream, picture a teoamage Sale to take you wear any
.' played by Master Edwin McDowell worth going miles to see. place;'in the Slemons Building Weft
::11 and "Simple Aven," by Miss Agnestamper. Matinee 3:30 to 5 p. m. Five centsanywhere Church street on Friday and Saturday A or B widths, you should become interested right now and
in the house. I of next week. It is requestedthat
\The piano solos played by Misses Night 7:15 to 10. Balcony, five contributions of, clothing, kor drop around to be fitted 'for only

,._ a Bertha Dawson, Ernestine. Pratt and cents; lower floor, ten cents. Get the "odds and ends" of any reacription
f' Ed a ,Beck'.were truly enjoyed by habit, follow the crowds. be brought to the Slemons buildingon .
t all' lovers of music. Wednesday. : ;
The piano: trio played by Misses NOTICE $2.25 "

i t Mabel Lundgren, Mary and Willie AT-THE FAVORITE MONDAY .. '" oS . .. '
..x' Kanner, was well rendered as also Sorosis public libaray. From May f .
a the twelve hand pieces by Misses first to November first will be
Big feature, King Baggot in the lasts'as stock lasts.
Rosebud Kanner, ,Lillian Dann, Antoinette only Wednesday afternoons three to I magnificent two reel dramatic featureas Sale, long as .
Mayer, Willie Beck, Henri six and Saturdays ten to twelve, and I .
John Sterling Alderman, (Imps.)
: etta and Frances Rock; Misses Va three to six. Remember it costs nothing to rtri:, See our :big north
,The Ninth Commandment ( you < ,
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leria Nedley Rosebud Kartner, ,',
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featuring Glen White and Sadie Wes -'" '7 1i','>-'''',' : '. ; ,.
or Thompson, Emma Elean-I BOB MAGRUDER AND THE 'and c
for sizes styles.
window "
by cile Davenport, Minnie Venters. WHITES ton.We several of these ,,
are giving you
The quartette played by Misses .. ,,
t . .
big class pictures every week. Price ; f, *? :
d Mabel Lundgreen, Frances Terry Isabel .. When BoB Magroder brought a carload SctoalL .. ; .x4UiiiinilllllllmnnmmtmtltTTT '; --. .
t' Rooney and Marie Barksdale of White Sewing Machines to 'T'TTtTTTTflftim. .
Open 2 to 5 and 7 to 10 p. m. ; .
Tb showed considerable musical abilIty; Orlando a few weeks ago, some said i t
c1 on the part of these young ladies. he was crazy; others said he was a
Misses Mabel Lundgreen and .Isabel'Rooney i plunger. But Bob went to work with A largely attended and enthusiastic.
k at separate pianos, played I j the energy of a rat in a meal chest meeting of the Elks was held in Pa
the "Missel from Trovatore, in aLt I and has put White sewing machinesinto latka a few nights ago when officers Yowell'sliiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimmiiiniif
installed for the ensuing yearAn .
very brilliant manner. so many homes that,he is being .
followed the:,installation -
As a fitting climax, a vocal chorus, dubbed "Bob White." elaborate banquet .

"The New. Hail Columbia," was sung Bob is a hustler all right, and if he ceremonies.
+ by the pupils .after which Reverend starts out to do a thing he puts up a ",
Father Fox addressed them in a few gamy fight until: success has got'to FOR SALE-My Model'T Ford tour fi
a well chosen words of praise ,and be his. F ing 2t car in thorough R. wpair.U20 L. BUNCH.. '

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