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 24, 1913
Daily (except Monday)
normalized irregular
Physical Description:
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Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
newspaper ( marcgt )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando
28.533611 x -81.375833 ( Place of Publication )


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

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Mr. W. M. Brittain who left about a' New York, April 23.-The ownersof SnecU to the SentinelWashington Special to the Sentinel I I THIS MORNING
The Sentinel has at times' been Special to the Sentinel.Pittsburg
month ago for Belgium, in company I: the Titanic cannot limit their lia- D. C., April 23.-A so- New York( .April 23.-Mrs. Ruth counted against the Exchange be-
with S. M. wen, of Chicago, returned bility for damages due to the wreck cial trust was formed today by the ladies Maloney, who is known as "Baby cause it failed to subscribe to all that Pa., April 23.-Five miners
home yesterday, accompanied by his I under the American statute the pro- of the cabinet and Mrs. Marshall, Ruth," because of her wonderful com- the officials advocated.The are dead and ninety-six others are
wife who has been sojourning for a I tection of which they have sought in wife of the vice-president, by whicha plexion, and who has been mentioned Sentinel has believedin believed to be trapped in the Cincin
month at Thomasville, Ga. I the United States District Court joint reception will be held every frequently in connection with the dis- the Exchange arid saw in it help nati mine, of the Pittsburg Coal Company *

As was stated at the time of Mr. This decision, of vital importanceto Wednesday, instead of individual receptions appearance of J. W. Martin, of' Tennessee for the grower. But this belief did at Courtney, when a violent explosion -
Brittain's departure for a trip across claimants against the Oceanic which hither-to prevailed. the millionaire, arrived from of gas occurred today.
not blind us to the mistakes of officials Brown
the seas, his mission involved one of Steam Navigation Company, Ltd., The innovation was given its first London on the North German Lloyd who at times assistant superintendent of
we thought carried the mine
the largest real estate transactions in (White Star Line), was rendered yes- trial today when Mrs. Marshall and liner Kaiser Wilhelm II. war into lands where !I said tonight that 179 miners
the history of Florida, and it is a terday by Judge Holt in a long opin- the cabinet women received in the "Baby Ruth" is thirty-two years of would have served a better peace were under the ground when the explosion -
pleasure for the Sentinel now to stateto ion, in which many of the authorities gold room of the Shoreham Hotel. age and has a dark complexion very The Sentinel has always purpose.advocated occurred. Of these seventy-
its readers that what was then a!I are reviewed. : Washington society expressed itself much: like that of a Spaniard. Al- that old fashioned democratic doc-. eight either reached the surface or

hope, is now a realization, and fifty [ The decision means that the owners delighted with the change. The reception though a second cabin passenger, she trine that too much power must not been have been rescued, five bodies having
four thousand two hundred and fifty::of the wrecked steamship cannot lim- was thronged.Mrs. wore small fortune in jewelry and brought out.
be given into one man's hands "lest
From the
acres of Orange county land is transferred -i I'I jit t their liability to the sum of $97,772,. Marshall stood at the head was very stylishly dressed. ,Her hats he become drunken with his power" of the reports made by the members
to a Belgium syndicate. I I which Special Commissioner R. W.Goodrich .: of the line and then Mrs. William Jennings were the latest from Paris, but she rescue party, the miners
The history of the transaction is some time ago found to be. Bryan and other women in the seemed to value a small Fox terrier and go wrong. were not killed by the explosion, but
u follows: I the value of the passenger money,I order of seniority in the cabinet their more highly than jewels and gowns. This paper shall not attempt to ad- suffocated by gas or damp air which

Early in the winter, Mr. John D.:I prepaid 'freight and lifeboat salvage,' husbands occupy. At ,the pier to meet her was a dis- just the disputes of General Manager. filled the workings immediately after
Perrine, who is a winter resident of I the items ot which the American stat Plans are on foot to further simplify tinguished looking white man about Temple and Sales Manager Burton. the explosion.
has interests here,I.I the social rules of the official world There is no charge against Mr. Late this evening a member of one
Orlando and many ute, if it had been applicable, would!I fifty years of age and in his company
and his Chicago partner, Mr. SidneyM. II I I have restricted the liability. : by having Senators receptions and "Baby Ruth" left for her. home in Temple that he profited by his con- of the rescue parties reported that
Wen interested some representatives I The White Star Line, according to I II members receptions once weekly and lower Jersey City. She denied all nection with the Exchange, but that i he had heard rappings on the air
of a Belgium syndicate in Florida I a statement issued yesterday afternoon i thus do away with many individual knowledge of the hiding place of Mr. he abused his power. While the i pipes and he felt sure a considerable
lands for colonization purposes][ by its. attorneys, Burlingham,! affairs. Martin." In fact, she said through her charge against Burton is that using I II number of imprisoned miners were
and as the deal was a very extensive ,I Montgomery & Beecher, will appeal I companion that she had never heardof I the information that came to him as still alive.
one, requiring a very large tract of the case, and, if necessary, take it to! BRYAN GOES TO CALIFORNIA the Tennessee man until his dis- sales manager, he misled growers and I
land in practically one body, Mr. Per- I the Supreme Court of the United I I appearance was reported in the lon- i speculated on his own private account WEATHER REPORT.
I Whether or not this is true florida-Fair Thursday
riDe came to Florida and employed States. Special to the SentinelWashington don newspapers. except
the real estate firm of Brittain AWay I D. C., April .-Secretary "Mrs. Maloney had nothing to do the Sentinel does. not: undertake to showers in north west portion; Friday -
in this work of W. J. will leave say. But here again comes true ; fair in peninsular; showers and
to assist him so CHILD IDENTIFIED. of State Bryan, with Mr. Martin,' 'said her companion."She .
much importance and requiring bothskill I this city tomorrow for Sacramento, does not know him'and neither another of our preachings, namely cooler in north. ..i

and tact Columbus Miss., April 22.-The I Cal., where he will address the legis- has she seen him and she -is also surprised lhat the notion that high priced men,
Mr. Perrine and his partner have ,' identification today of Robert Dunbar, 'lature before final action is taken by that her name has been men- men of wide experience.called experts were subjected to petty annoyance
been working on the proposition for a the 4-year-old child, who was kid-II California concerning the Japanese tioned in connection with the ease. are the only men qualified to and puerile charges of offences. In

year and when the foreign syndicate:: napped at Opelousas, La., eight!I anti-alien land laws. This action is It was reported that central office head public affairs is a mis- addition to warfare on persons ,not
sent their representative here three: months ago, was followed by a demon I I taken late,tonight af teh the reply was men from this city met the steamer taken idea. Experience shows connected with the Exchange and the '
in making an ex- received from Governor Johnson and that more often such notions removal campaign, his management is
weeks were spent stration in which hundreds of persons and questioned Mrs. Maloney, but af-
amination of the land, which in fact participated late this evening. Thirty I I the administration leaders in reply to ter she had declared herself to be the put into-practice leads to scandal. the office was dictatorial, domineer

is a whole, is one of the best bodiesof crowded automobiles formed a parade I I the message of President Wilson sent wife of another American citizen, Im- Ther are a hundred men In the Ex- ing and unsatisfactory: so a commR-

land in the,state, and this repre- through the,.streets, and "when Sheriff:I.earlier in the day asking if his per .migration. ''nsp permitted her to change that could manage the sales tee was finally appointed to investi-
entative, who .was* a man of unusual Day, who found the-child, stood up inl sonal representative cowl not address land and she was not'hindered.'from jtjsttas efficiently as .Mr.. Burton and gate the situation. At the meeting
ability and cleverness, was not slow an automobile with little 'Robbie in them before they took final action. leaving the pier.WELCOME. surely as honestly. For, every. man previous to the last the Committee
in seeing its value and reported favor-1:I I his arms and declared he "did not I I will recognize the danger of public brought in a report which was unani-
Mr. Perrine and Mr.'I I service men having private specula- mously adopted by the Board and
able. Thereupon, want any reward and would not take IRISH HISTORIC PAGEANT. i' TO ORLANDO ,
Brittain accompanied him fl Washing'I it," his voice was drowned by the I Mr. F. N. Boardman, who is always tions in matters 'where their official :,from which the following are extracts:
ton and presented the matter to the 'I I cheers from the crowded street. He! Special to the Sentinel I:on the lookout for something good, information can be made use of. "Your committee recommends that

state department and the Belgian Consul had only "done his duty," he said. I II New York,April 23.-Martin Sher- has been fortunate enough to secure Undoubtedly the Exchange will con- common business prudence requiresthat
for approval. ,I I I iden, the famous athlete, took a lead-'I the services of Mr. H. N. James, for tinue its work and move ahead on there should be a thorough ex-
Here, in the state department was AWARDED BIG DAMAGE. ing part in the Irish Historic Pageant merly with the firm of ,Robert Simpson -, conservative lines doing a good work pert auditing of our affairs, methods
encountered an obstacle which though:I I presented by five hundred people at I and Co., of Montreal, Canada, but for the growers. For after all it is and accounts. The results of such an
only technical delayed the matter and Special to the Sentinel. i iI the Sixty-ninth Regiment Armory I I who was compelled to come to Florida that large army of men who grow the examination may be of the utmost im-
Messrs. Perrine and Brittain came I I New York, April .23.-Miss Mabel! here tonight. Sheridan played a part, on account of health to take,the fruit that are to be looked after, and portance in determining just what
home and awaited the slow grind of I I, Near, the young millinery designer I particularly well filled to him, that of'I place of Mr. Partridge, who leaves the Exchange can be and is of great should be done in .reorganizing this

the department machinery, which after -;|was today. awarded a verdict of an athlete of ancient' Ireland. j I for the north in a short time for the help to them. office" I
a time, cleared the decks for ac-i I$30,000 damages against the Inter-' The participants. nl the pageant':summer. for the benefit of our readers we "Your committee further recommends

tion and Mr. Weil and Mr. Brittain I borough Rapid Transit Company by. were largely recruited from the ranks Mr. James is a man of experiencein reproduce from the Tampa Tribune that the adoption of this report -
made the trip across the sea in orderto the supreme court jury .for injuries of the Irish American Athletic Leaguethe the dry goods line, and has the paragraphs that will show the statusof shall be notice to each employeeand
be on the ground and satisfy the received in the sub-way accident, No- Sixty-ninth Regiment and the knack of pleeasing everybody with affairs. head of department that the com-
syndicate on every detail of the transaction .vember 9. The verdict is the largest various Gaelic societies, who appearedin whom he meets. Mr. Boardman is The Tribune says: monest kind of honesty and the ded-
and the result was the dosing awarded against a public service corporation the native costumes of the period fortunate in securing his services. The following statement was fur- sive intention of this Board requiresthat
of this deal by which title deeds pass in this state in several years. represented, from the second to the]I I nished the Tribune for publication bya from now on, each and every one
at this time for 54,250 acres of Orange sixth century. MRS. COPLEY THAW-GEOFFREY committee of the Board of Directorsof so employed shall devote his time and
4 county soil and possess the land and improve it. WHITNEY WEDDING. the Florida Citrus Exchange, stat- energy to the discharge of the duties
The People's National was desig-.{I These people who come are skilled THE POPE CONVALESCENT. Special to The SentinelCumberland ing it to be an expression from the for which he or she is employed; that
nated as the financial agent and this j farmers and will handle the soil in- .Special to tit* Sentinel. Island, Ga., April 23.- said Board: all stirfe, discord and friction shall
means a great thing for our local in- telligently.Big. Rome, April 23.-That the Pope has Alice Cornelia Thaw, formerly Coun- General Manager Temple of the cease, and that any one in the employof
stitution. Hit For Local Men. entered a period of convalescence is tess of Karmouth, who since her divorce Florida Citrus Exchange has never the Florida Citrus Exchange who
What This Means To Orange County.'I Mr. Perrine, who has his family the management made tonight by from the Earl of Yarmouth has seemed quite happy unless in the finds that he cannot do this, will save
By this transaction, this immense I here and resides at 309 North Orange Observatore Romano, Vatican organ.It been knows as Mrs. Copley Thaw, midst of a fight with someone or this board a very unpleasant duty by
tract of land will be cut up into ten avenue, has handled this deal with adds there is further improvementin was married here today to Geoffrey something. He first wages a war on voluntarily resigning.
twenty and forty acre tracts and a such modesty that but few people general of the condition of His Whitney, of Boston. The ceremony independent shippers, then it was the Temple wrote the New York Fruit-

number of houses built by the syndicate i I knew of the transaction and his connection Holiness.It took place at the home of ,Mr. and commission men, next he stirred up man, April 18, as follows:
who will send a number of families with it though he and his is stated, unofficially however, Mrs. George Lauder Carnegie. Mr. the growers and farmers with his immature lam quitting because it is crook .
oer at once to dear the land and I partner have worked on the proposi- that the Pope is extremely weak today Carnegie is a nephew of Andrew Car- fruit war, and lately he de- ed." William Chase Temple has thus

fence it, and then these farms will tion a full year and spent much good although he sat up for several negie, and his wife is a sister to Mrs. dared hostilities, the, Democratic expressed in a sentence his reason for
be peopled by thrifty dutch settlers. I.grey matter on it. hours and chatted for a long time with ,Thaw. Mr. Whitney is a banker and party in Congress. His threatening refusing to again' accept the office of
Belgium is a densely populated Both Mr. Perrine and his partnerare his relatives. I|broker of Boston and belongs to one creed against Florida Congressmenand manager of the Florida Citrus Ex
*, country and the people are great skillful real estate men and reliable Measures to prevent news from the I of the old Masachusetts families. Senators was like most of his change. Mr. Temple's criticism refersto
workers and savers and none but first dealers, and in associating with sick room reaching the public are still other militatnt onslaughts-without! the alleged conduct of Sales Man-

class people will be sent over. The himself in the work, the local firm of very strictly enforced. Every door YACHTING SCOUTS RETURN.Mr. the knowledge or the approval of the ager Burton, accused of speculatingin
syndicate have unlimited capital and Brittain & Way, he was assured of and passage leading to the Pope's Board of Directors, and they deter fruit on his own account and plugging
H. L Beeman and Mr. James
will put the land in condition for sev- good judgement and safe counselors in apartment is guarded by trusted men. Laughlin, third, returned from 'their mined to call a halt in his manage- his own stuff while working ona
\ eral thousand settlers who will come this important transaction. ment of affairs. and conduct their generous salary as general sales
yachting trip Tuesday night and
y them, and will engage in general farmas i I The deal is one of such magnitude BASEBALL RESULTS IN THE a splendid trip. They made report business along less aggressive and of- manager for the Exchange. Evidencein

fast as homes are in readiness for I i that it will take the people of Or- BIG LEAGUES'Sperial visit .to the Ancient City of St. Augustine a- fensive lines. Some time along in the I Temple's possession, it is alleged,
w.ork. lando several weeks to realize the full Sent thence down to Jacksonville midst of the busiest shipping season goes to show that Burton, on the heels
I ,
The country from which these pea import of it, and when they do they to the National. from there,through the canal to Daytona when every energy should have been of official bulletins to the growers sent
ble hale, is of the low marshy sort will want to grasp the hand of Mr. t where directed to the marketing of the crop, out by him advising them not to sell
they enjoyed few
York ,
New 3 Philadelphia, 1. a
so that they will be prepared for hand- Perrine and tell him that they appreciate Boston, 2; Brooklyn; 7. I and then returned to Orlando by au he conceived a scheme for removingthe I their fruit but to hold it for this or
ling Florida soilGeneral what he has done for Orange offices'and general business of the that price, had purchased fruit from
.Cincinnati, 5 Chicago, 5 (Calledto
Location of Land. county and for Orlando in particular.Mr. catch train. ; ; I to.Both gentlemen speak enthusiastic Exchange to Orlando, near, and in association growers at a good deal
The tract purchased lies east of Or- Perrine and his splendid familyare I of the which, he has large holdings of real less and had used his factors in the
St. Louis, 3; Pittsburg, 1. ally trip.
lando, much of it within three miles likely to become permanent resi- American. estate. To accomplish this end he, various markets to do their best for
,t of the city limits and none of it more dents of the city, which certainly will I without the knowledge of the Boardof him, as the cars were his personal
0 New 4-
Philadelphia, ; York STILL THEY GO NORTHWARD
than twelve miles. be welcome news to all Orlando peo- Directors, sent the Assistant Gen- property. Other evidence, it Is alleged -
Orlando will be their base of sup- ple. 1 Washington, 6; Boston, 0. : Mr W. D. Gleason, who has been a eral Manager, Mr. Jones up to Or- indicates that Sales Manager
plies and the distributing point for And to Messrs. Brittain &; Way I Cleveland, 6; St. Louis, 2. I i resident in Orlando for,several years lando to work up a plan to accomplishthis Burton had switched members' cars

this great army of farmers and our we hand our silk hat and gold headed Chicago, South 2; Detroit Atlantic., L i and as a carpenter has contributedmany purpose. A lot was secured, to auction markets, substituting his

people little realize what this means cane, and as the editor of this paperis .I Charleston : strokes to the upbuilding of the plans for a building were prepared by own cars when he saw a chance to
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to this city. dutch as home made, sauer kraut, ; "City ,Beautiful, will leave the first an architect, money pledged to secure make good profit thereby. It would
The syndicates representative came he will naturally be expected to ex- Macon Columbus, .11;4 Jacksonville LIt 3. :of the week for his old home in the removal, and finally a delegationfrom appear, according to the allegationsmade
back to this country with Mr. Wen tend the right hand of fellowship to ; Albany i Greenville, Mick, where he will spend Orlando came to Tampa to push that Burton bought many, if
and Mr. Brittain and is now in Chicago our dutch friends who cast their lot I the summer, but will return to Or- the matter to a finality. In additionto not all, of his cars through one F. N.
and will, in a few weeks reach with us. isn't our own bad luck that discourages ,lando in the falL taking Mr. Jones from the regular Hicks, of Tampa, whose record in the
Orlando, and set the machinery in mo In the result of this splendid accomplishment us .so much as the good luck I The Sentinel will go to him once a work for which he had been employedby business is said to be.of an extremely
tion for the converting this great every citizen of Orange of others. week to tell him of the happenings of the Board, Temple endeavored to dubious character. The whole matter

.tract of land into farms and during county has a share and has reason to Station- old .Orlando and we shall expect to enlist other officers and employees in was brought up at a meeting of the
the year many families will arrive reJolee. I Fine by the quire or i see the genial face of Mr. Gleason the removal scheme, and those who Exchange directors ,held here Wed

,pound.. Curtis & O'Neal. early in the aH j I failed to fall in line with this project nesday. ,tj" .,,


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:Taft, Fla., Aprafl 23Dr. White CHAS.SLORD [1J,IN.:BRADSHAW
,! aade a business trip to Orlando last

4 Saturday.'W. L Phillips left Sunday for.'Mid-* ,Lord. & Bradshaw Magnificent Showing i. of

deport, Ohio, where he was tailed on ". V -
Wejwish to announce to oar Meads,Jandjthe, publicgenerally,
account of the serious illness of his
itaghter.Ed. |thatwehave formed)partnership under the'- New Spring Suits

Ed. Spahler and Harry Moore mot. 1 abovefirm name,',for lgeneral _
.ved to Apopka Sunday. They 'were -
,1> .guests of Miss'Ethel Hickson. John Hill, and, Chas. Tharp were ; nd Dresses f r
H iciness visitors in Orlando Tuesday. "
t Mr. W.. D. Gleason, of Orlando, vis business and are centrally; ocatedjin a ground floor:Oflice at No. \ .1

led friends in Taft last"'Frid ).; 17 8. Orange Avenue?:( merlYJoooup1ed1bY Hamilton & Dunn "
"Alden Sphaler and Hollis Sphaler : : ,
.ve attending business college in Or.kda Millinery), where we willjbejpleased; to meet all ourjoldjfrienda ,WE ARE SHOWING- 'A BEAUTIFUL- ASSORTMENT- ",
? and to makenewones.| ;SILKS AND SATINS, ALL COLORS, DRESS (GOODS ..
i ,A. Wright and wife were guests
Mrs._ B. E. Miller in Or-
ks c indo Tuesday night. Our list of city and acreage propertyis: surpassed by none, YOUNG: WHITE. CANVAS SHOES. THE DISPLAY

Hal Estes, traveling salesman 'for and we havesome erceptionalJLatgaitt; COMEIKD SEX Us CONTAINS ACCURATE .ILLUSTRATIONS; OF .THE
Southern Drug Co.,::made a busi- SEASONS BEST ,AND LATEST CREATIONS, AND
rss, Taft Monday. Lord & IS
Bradshawf OF ORLANDO
.Mrs. Ann E. Martin, Mrs. Mary F.I '
: son were
it Orlando Wednesday. .1? S..ORANGE AVE. 8IUDe,1fU.], WITH THE! mGR CHANCIER OF OUR GARMENTS .'
x+ J.:F. Schumann, of Orlando was a JIIIIIIIIIIIMIililllllillillMMIIIillillllllllil AND THE REASONABLE PRICES. *
ro ,rainess;visitor in Orlando Tuesday. f(,
John Harriman 'from Sand Lake
,visited hit uncle R. K. Harriman, last : ouoogoouuQooooooooUgegoo.
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'Mrs. Geo.'Dennison of Orlando,'was :I LIGHT THE Kalliler'sf
'*guest of Mrs. Mary Moon Tuesday. 1 1I I ;
-Mrs. John Hill, who has been ill I
; Ar some time in the hospital at For. ,
'Asa came home last Sunday much I
'b roved. ; Bargain Store
Mrs. Ara Payne has been sufferig who use Electric Signs never lose !
s with an attack of tonsolitis.i i their the road
way by choosing wrong to suc .
=Chas. Hartley and W. G. Shahler I If You Would be Posted be a Daily Visitor to'this Store .
}' vide a business trip to Orlando Tues- I cess. You simply cannot fail to attract new

f :tar. customers if'you use an Electric Sign. It acts
'C. A. Tomkins has improved his I -==
f like an irresistible magnet,. drawing all the Staudbaner'i for bicycles and
fuse on Third street by adding a ver- ,
: mda. trade within its reach: That is the reason I undrfca !w 1 I linn

-T ;'Mayor Bristol is erecting a nice eot1 1 they command the attention of! buyers.
t Ige on his lot on the corner of Third .1 i n L MS [ll OptometristSuccessor
meet and Fifth avenue. s a
: i I For Every Store Owner'No J. E McKAY, ,

matter how small his business, the Electric .. nUlLDER. .
.b nntend All Work.
Are you interested in a gymnasium Sign,is the cheapest and most effective ,
Prices That Are
ling established in Orlando? If your EDAH .
we, you should attend the meeting advertising.Phone lacIucelleDt. .
ailed by the ladies of the Emmanuel .' for our Sign Designer to call and sub Work Guaranteed H
liptist church to be held Thursday mit a sketch. *"
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lea and Rest Room for this purpose. No Trouble! to Us...No Expenseto You. 'Hae iwtaDed an up to date grinding:pteBt and Is prepared '
You .are specially invited to be to duplicate any lens WHILE YOU WAIT.
I MIMIIIIIIMMIIIIIilllELIJAH Atetg with aD'the stock and instmmeits he has
Resent at this meeting and talk over secured '
:I advisability\ of this most excel.W I ' HAND the prescription books dating back seyeral'years, and

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April Several farmers in and about Taft I -
0. Butts, who spent the winter at E. : JUST RECEIVED
eyperimented on strawberry culture Everything ta
L Sphaler's home hu returned to
this season'and the result was very -
his own home at Macon, Ga.
satisfactory. The yield was all that :
Mr. and Mrs. Holmer Sheldon LOADJOF
,could be desired and the quality was A CAR LIMESPECIAL
few days recently with their friend ,
equal to the, best. I
Mrs. Hodge, of Orlando. I, It has been'thoroughly demonstrat IN LACES, EMBROIDERIES, SHIRTS, K!.
Miss Bertha Sullivan of Orlandowas PRICESIN I
ed that strawberries can be grown MONAS, UNDERWEAR. HEADQUARTERSFOR
at home over Sunday with her .
mother, Mrs. Edna Sullivan. to as good advantage here as any HOUSEHOLD GOODS AND SCHOOL: LARGE QUANTITIES j :
place in the state and 'arrangements
The Christian Workers gave an. ice are being made to plant a' large SUPPLIES.McCULLOCH'S. } Prompt Delivery.Florida l -
cream social Saturday evening.The 4 .
Baptist Ladies Aid Society will acreage
There are several hundred acres :
give a Box Supper and Ice Cream Social !
of strawberry land in this vicinityas MetalMcNEIIrDAVIS Co.
Saturday evening, April 26th, at good as can be found in the state t
Winer's store. I and within a few years will be a r rI
'Mr.and Mrs.E. L Sphaler and Mrs.: DEPARTMENT I BUILDING
great strawberry center. STOREOPPOSITE
N. auto
T. Hnsel went by to Sanford
When it is remembere that the Phone 41.
Monday.Mr. south peninsula of Florida is the only POST OFFICEs I ., .
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Jack Keen, of Kissimmee, was
east of the Mississippi where
the guest Sunday of his daughter- .
iif-law, Mrs. Addie Keene. winter berries can be grown with the I ,
York and New England '
whole of New
'Mrs Manella Johns is slowly recovering country to be supplied as well as the I 1-.. \' ..., f .- - .. i
from her recent illness.
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try, it is plain that there is a great I TheBestistheCheapestSO i.
WINTER HOME winter' 1 .
market for Florida grown .
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One of the busiest places in Orange Taft country is destined itfL S i
county just now is Winter Home, and known as the land of the big red II'! .M.4!I i
Paints and Wall !
the country surrounding Big Sand strawberry.The Paper
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lake. A new store is now in opera- My Cost Mark Is "''" t .
tion and a Post office installed, anda Pennsylvania railroad has 1 :
number of homes"being builtThis adopted a new method of determining
is one of the best orange sections whether its employes are abstemious I IS GRAND AND I WILL BE PLEASEDTO 1
in the state, and some of the in the use of liquor. Inspectors, Black Niger :' SHOW THEM. ALL YOU HAVE TO

oldest and J best:groves in the country with a highly developed sense of smell : j DO IS' TO TELEPHONE AND l 'WILL .

are f' will act as "human:testing machines"and i BRING THE SAMPLE TO YOUR HOME. .
Many DeW, groves' are being plant will ,seek the boozer by' gettingto 1334567890If
ed and many fide little farms are his leeward and making him :, r

being developed.Sand breathe hard. Hereafter, engineerswill GEO. A. BARKER PHONE.268 i
lake is a magnificent body of probably not dare to go to:work jl
water six miles long with clean boldshores until they have had a perfumed bath. I
bordered by stately pines and you want anything in the Gents' -

spreading oaks with now and then a
beautiful grange, grove. Inspect fitenibarrer'i big stock of Furnishing Line, now is the accepted

Mr_D, B,,Sphaler, who is promot- bicycle tire*_ tf ,
ingWinterHomehu a big force of 3 Time Reduced, Prices on all
men 'at work cleaning streets, and

grading and 'otherwise owns practically beautifyingthe all GAQO.. WORK t .- MUUS t f CLABK L ROBERTSON[ T t PATTERN BAttS' .

the land'around the,lake and is spar i '0 For Saie by"H. ; .. I
ing no means that will-contribute-to Y

power winter the desirability boat home on place.the of lake the He and place has already a as nice a G. Harper i Before you go north for the summer - i H HANDBAGS 8 AND tKWUR[ A1 t COST

most delightful times are had by South Bothy st. Phoae .534 (
don't fail U let ui send you the :.
those wfco,,have taken up -their residence PRANK:: HYERS' t'I
Weekly Sentinel It will keep yea I
there. Sveral new..houses, will!. t. ,
be:.built during the summer ready forth Hauling.of all kinds, and plowing thoroughly posted on the happeningsin Manufacturer.f'ArtllcIa i
Call at the office and Stone,
this section. I Fancy Columns and MISSES HilILTON & DUMMIIIMHIII
winter guestss.Mossq I I II I l carefully looked after. let us show you 'a copy.' It only '. OraaBeatal Work ,

I costs a dollar a year. :: .
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loan '
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ing to visit a store which has Honest and Progressive Methods as a founda-

tion, backed by the combination of Elegant Goods, Honest Values and

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

this fact that is responsible for the wonderfully increasing business. which

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South Florida Sentinel TARIFF :i
ti MORNING AND WBELT It is Seminole County-though the '

.bill has yet to pass the Senate before Editor Sentinel: The orange grow- .
Entered at the poet office at Orlando "finis" is written upon its face. ers'of the United States are contend.
Florida u Second dan Mail Matter.
The Sentinel has nothing to retractor ing on the one hand that a rate of ., 1-'

SUBSCRIPTION RATES I apologize for while the fight was eighty cents a box isf necessary for When You Choose .i;
; on. This paper still holds that Repre- the preservation or protection of the

THE DAILY SENTINEL sentative Lake and Senator Donegan industry, and the Ways and Means

One year .$b.00 could have played the game cleaner. Committee, on the other hand, for the
Six Months 2.60 This paper believes that both these reduction of the rate to thirty-five
a Three Months 125WI a Gift of
gentlemen have a considerable job cents a boLA Jewelry _

BJ ... carrier Im Orlando. 10 cents per on their hands in explaining matters,! majority of the committee is
-oDtb.. Daily and Santo. particularly, to the inhabitants of pledged to a revenue rate which con-

I-*. The Orkndo Manias Sentinel--can be toad what will be known as Orange County.. templates the importations of foreign

M talc in Orlando at Curite A OTieal'i Book This paper is run, and will be run, oranges, for, in no other way, can THEN YOU MAKE A LASTING GIFT THAT MUST
a Store. on the principle of cleanness. It con- revenue be raised on oranges than bya
'x We will appreciate prompt complaint U fesses that it does not like the meth- tax on orange importations.If .
1 delirenr 18 not properly made by oar carrier ods of Representative Lake and Senator the Democrats in Congress are TASTE. WHEN YOU SELECT FROM THE STOCK OF

Admtiibg rate wfll be torched oa apHeatkm. Donegan. It much prefers a senator true to their platform and pledges it EVANS YOU ARE SECURE. FOR HERE EVERY PIECE, j

who says, "After due consideration, I is inevitable that a rate will be established EVEN THE MEREST TRIFLE-IS CHOSEN BY EXPERTS
THE WEEKLY SENTINEL vote on the forming of Seminole Coun- < inviting importations of for- WHOSE KNOWLEDGE AND TASTE HAVE WON
Tor year, by mall postage paid ........ILOOUttm ty" other than one who telegraphsthe eign oranges, even though there may RECOGNITION.THE .
: Orlando Florida
newspapers of the county that he be none, just as there will be rates on
Office 107 Coot Street. Arcade Building
Phone 24 favors county division, before the bill other articles of foreign productionnow BEAUTY, THE STYLE, THE WORKMANSHIP

+r has been introduced in the House, barred by the Republican protective ARE ALWAS THE,BEST. '

J. F. SCHUMANN, Editor. This savors of a deal and this paper tariff wall If the Democrats are EVANS' FAIR AND MODERATE PRICES ARE AS FAMOUS -
JOSIAH FERRIS Proprietor. believes, a deal was made, and that not true to their pledges and platformthe AS EVANS BEAUTIFUL AND EXCLUSIVE
I the parties who made the deal were protective wall would,be maintained DESIGNS

THURSDAY, APRIL 24TH, 1913. Representative Lake and. Senator the people will be unrelieved of the COMPARISON OF VALUES INVITED

Donegan. burdens under which they have labor-

j; A miser is known by the money hex Now that the deal has been pulledoff ed, and the party will be judged unworthy -
keeps. the Sentinel wishes to join in of trust and its destiny deter-

o felicitating the new county on its mined.

1 A fool and his rich wife are soon prospects of life. Located next the St. Oranges are a luxury and properlycome

parted. Johns, the Spouse ought to be prolific under a higher. rate than ne
R o and there should gee a kind of rivalry cessities. I shall support a luxury

fr A whale's skin is in some places two between Orlando and Sanford that rate but not one that is protective. I T. I1. [vans the JewelerOPPOSITE
'ffct thick. should be wholesome. Both counties could not do more without feeling

o will enrich by the division. This is that I had deserted my party, and thisI ,

While you count the thorns, the destined to be a great country and know the Florida orange growers
f rose is withering.Neer no tricks of the legislature can thwart; would not have me do. POST OFFICE
o it. Seminole and Orange will be, as:I Will the orange industry be injuredby
run yourself down. That's they are by nature, the pet countiesof a lower rate? This can be deter- EXPERT REPAIRING AND ENGRAVING.,

,1 your friend's job. Florida. There is not going to be. mined, not upon an argument basedon ,
o any quarrel between them. It is a: apprehension and fear, but by the ........

r The fellow who blows his own horn reversal of the saying "United we! facts alone.

.,i is always a soloist. stand; divided we fall." The slogan!. From the statistical departments I
o of the future is, "Divided, we become have gathered some facts which I

.r Charity begins at home, even when the greatest Counties in Florida. Or- ubmit The world's production of
the home doesn't need ito ange and Seminole Counties, here oranges in 1912 is estimated as follows -
4 after will have the cleanest politicsand : SILK STOCKINGS

A good reputation is as hard to the most injuenee in our State Boxes.

gain as it's easy to lose. Legislature.Let United States . .. .. .20,000,000

o Orlando and Sanford shake Spain .. ... .. ... . 10,121,563
Besieds the silkworm there are 200 hands and let the two counties set Italy II. .. II...II II. 3,536,823

other silk-producing insects. the example to the State for development Palestine .. n. . ... 736,127

o Porto Rico . . .II .. 313,461
Many a man's awakening is due to We understand that Sanford busteda Japan II" 176,732 For
' this wife's dream of a bonnet. cannon in celebrating the birth of Cuba . .. .. .. .. . .. 45,123 .
o the new county. Let her bust herselfin ,

Ants' eggs, sperad like caviars on helping! Orange make, Florida: the 34,929,829Of and ; ,
r bread, are a Siamese delicacy. I most attractive and progressive Statein this total of practically 35,000-
o the Union. 000 boxes, the United States produces

E Betting is a fool's argument, but we o 58> per cent, and the remainder of EveningWear
doa't realize it until we lose. THE PASSING OF THE OLD TYPE the world 42 per cent. ,
o OF PUBLIC MENIt In 1908 we exported 654,000.and in
Many a woman regards a husband 1912, '1,2000,00 boxes of' oranges." Of

I simply as a necessary audience. i is but yesterday since Woodrow this quantity, Canada took 1,150,000

o Wilson was inaugurated President of boxes.In .
Even the continual changing of these United States. When the clock 1912 Canada imported of oranges i.

one's mind is apt to wear it out. struck the hour of the ending of the and grapefruit 3,218,000 boxes, of \ .
o ceremonials of this most,t impressiveact which the United States supplied 2- j \

t; Any man will get along pretty well the new President reached for the 950,287 boxes or al but 267,743 boxes.If iJ .
if he keeps his heart warm and his hands of the clock and turned them Canada, which admits citrus, fruit J Our Personal Guarantee

bead cool forward one hundred years. His utterance free, imports so insignificant a quantity -

J o in his inaugural address, not from countries other than the Accompanies Every Pair

The man who succeeds must be alone make an American clasic, but United States, how can it be fairly

composed of equal parts of backbone it also gives the American people a contended that the United States,
v .. and cheek. clear knowledge of the manner of man with a tariff of thirty-five cents a box, .
o they are to reckon with in their president would be deluged with foreign oranges

"I never say a perfectly beautiful and the industry destroyed? Marion B. Ives

F, woman," says Picabia, the painter. The President talks of a new dawn, If the United States and Canada,
"Who has by which he means that certain men, with a combined population of a hundred .

;rx t"o like certain insects, must hide from millions, consume 20,000,000 boxes .

The people who are quick to take the light of the sun or else die in the is it not fair to suppose that the

.j offense{ have- no difficulty in finding light three hundred millions of Europe EXCLUSIVE MILLINERY PARLORS
plentiful supply. We recall one "rubber-shod" sena- would supply a demand sufficient to .
o tor, now in the Senate of the United consume the total foreign productionof

We can get used to anything. The States, not from Florida, who will die fifteen million boxes? The per capita Second Floor

i longer a man is married the less he in the next election held in his state. consumption of the United State' I.
e seems to mind it. His manner of canvass in the last and Canada is thirty oranges, that or: : .

a h o election when Mr. Wilson was before Europe seven and one-half, and is it

If your salary is more than $3,999 the people was: "I am for Harmon.We not but fair to assume that the Europeans -

a year the, income tax will soon be don't want a theorist, nor a pro- have as keen as appetite fora I wish to suggest also that the I produce deaf mute offspring, and with Sentinel results that he had to
knocking at your door. fessor. We must have those who fine fruit as the people of the United greatest initial development of the such marriages are fewer than form- tell the representative about it And

x o know the ropes." States tFrom orange industry was between 1875 and erly. More scientific treatment of I that is not all either, he made other
Some men are more sensitive to the It is all right to be for Senator what source do the growersof 1893, up to which time the tariff on produce deaf mute offspring, and such large sales through the ad and traced
touch than others, as many a chronic Harmon, provided one is for him for the United States fear competition oranges was twenty-six cents a box. scarlet fever and other diseases that them right totheSentineL
borrower has discovered.A prinicples' sake and not for party's ? Not Spain, nor Italy, nor Palestine Very respectfully, !lead to deafness in infants is another
o spoils. We have nothing against Gov. I nor Japan for they are too remote N. P. BRYAN.A cause. And the teaching of deaf -

woman's husband doesn't so Harmon, but we have a mighty heap II to compete. Possibly Porto Rico mutes to talk is undoubtedly another. Subscribe for the Sentinel

often come up to her ideal as her against this type of a Senator. He Cuba and Mexico-producing all told TARIFF BILL FOR THE PEOPLE

ideal comes down to him. belongs to the dead past This less than 400,000 boxes. Appendicitis and pneumonia seem

o country is progressing and the new The groves of Spain, especiallythose To frame a tariff bill that wouldbe to be vieing with each other to see Paul
dawn is here. The men of the day of Valencia and other southern A. Horn
Tell that distance lends which
a woman equally acceptable' to all men and can get the most victims in
enchantment to the view and she will are the men who want to enrich provinces from which the greatest all interests would be as impossiblea York this winter, it would appear. At
at become distant American life by making the govern- supply is drawn, have been infected this CONTRACTOR and
once task as to pattern a shoe that wouldfit writing the latter is somewhat BUILDER
ment the servant of the people. U for several years, past with the red
0 foot. Every such measure ahead. The former was the cause
there is truth in re-incarnation scale, which is regarded as a most every REPAIRING A
:Men with wooden legs are relived inevitably brings a protest from of three operations in a week's time
serious of the citrus I .
Thomas Jefferson is re-incarnated in enemy
r from jury duty in Pittsburgh. Usually scores and hundreds of people; and at the local hospital. Appendicitis ap-
shall the importation of oranges P. o. Box 624 Orlando Fla.
President Wilson, and the oppose ,
brains is a sufficient excuse. opennessand this is true not of the tariff alone but pears quite early in life with some
simplicity of democracy is restored from any country where'ther I
o of all legislation, from the simplesttown .persons.;; The first patient was a
in one that this paper believesis is citrus infection and to that end '
The Wilson pie counter is not a ordinance to the most farreaching young lad under twelve years of age,
greater than the great Jefferson. have introduced in the Senate an '
national statute. Whether the and the second was a young lady in MIMIMMMMMIIIIMIilAutos
lunch establishment at rate.Don't
quick any Mr. Wilson's advent marks the passing amendment to exclude such oranges I I
is to elect United her early teens. The third victim of
to swat the
forget fly.o
machine in both Import I in favor of
of the polotician ora oar am
i! States senators directly by the people the malady was born before the disease -
state and national life. Let the leg- I from our imports. I yam in favor of I -
off the street, thereis became known to any extent and
to keep cows
Any woman thinks she can reforma islature of Florida heed. that sort of protection to the industry or For Rent at
bound to be a clash of opinion. In he managed to escape it for forty
man, but when it comes to reformIng I but not one through tariff legislation.
I there could be no government or years.-Old York TranscriptWhen
herself she employs a dressmaker FARMERS BAR CLERGYMEN. Frankly, I am of the opinion that deed, Any Hour
progress, if in the making and bet-
o the Florida orange needs no protection -
Patrick Cudahy blames the killing I Religion, prohibition and politics and I doubt if the bill, at thirty- tering of laws we tarried, until all a person reads an advertise-
men were of one, mind; wherefore the ment in the Sentinel, cuts' it out and Seven Passenger
of veal for the high price of beef. have'been barred by the Scott County five cents, will raise any but an insignificant I I
only just or practical course in this, takes it to the store of the advertiserand
North American Farmers' Institute of Davenport, revenue. The Florida or-
The Philadelphia in other instance, is to enacta bill of goods it STEVENS DURYEA
buys a big
as every proves
obesrves that this cannot be appliedto Iowa.. That no man of the cloth, advocate ange stands in a class by itself. It!
bill that wfll be fair and bene-
tariff to the merchant that advertising pays.
sells in Canada for than it sells
all spring of prohibition or candidate for more
mutton as are ficial to the greatest number of the That's exactly what a prominent Or- Ride in a Good Car. .
in the United States. The
; lambs until they are seven years old. political office shall be allowed to ap-. orange I
American people. lando lady did few days and
attribute this to combina- a ago
on in the future was growers a
o pear programs- _' I the Sentinel has the merchant's word Cheapest Rates in Town
decided on at the Farmers' Institutemeeting. tion of buyers. Nevertheless, the buy-
Massachusetts has a law providing from institutions for it. As a rule no matter how big
be have not the to force the Official reports ,
''i All the farmers want to ers power
that all hatpins which protrude dan- the number of deaf mutesin returns a merchant gets from adver-
for Florida show that '
told about how to raise more corn and public to pay more a or-
gerously must be muzzled. As no fatter. ange than the Florida orange is worth, this country is constantly decreasing tising, he is slow to admit it to the 'Phone 34IIIIMIIIIMmillHMH

Massachussets woman has as yet If the buyers get what it is worth, This is due to more than one publisher or his representative, but

been haled to court for violation of to loan on improved prop- why not the producer? Do they If cause. It is a well established fact there are exceptions, and the merchantin
the law, it is to be presumed that it. all I erty.Money S. Y. WAY-tf they do not, whose fault is it? that marriages of cousins tends to this instance was so well pleased
t Bay state women are obeying

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"The Eclipse"Our made suits. We have the --Eng

lish-American Tailoring line,
customers say that we and
we guarantee you a fit, or
M have the knack of picking out no pay. In fact we have the

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

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

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

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

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

1 BUY HER' SHOES AND HOSE FROM US; THEY HAVE dered Coat Shirts with plain and our line is guaranteed to be aH

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

SHE ECONOMICAL French cuffs-some with attached Look them over, even if 101don't
buy. We will be glad to
soft collars all
HOSE 'THEY representingthe
QUALITY show them to you. These suitt
I most artistic
CONSIDERED, OUR PRICES ARE LOWER. WHEN YOU color effects are lower in price than most of

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

and Soisette. they wear twice as long. Examine
's them.

I P the Don't Place Forget F 1 OARDNlBN l06 S. Oran ge Au1

I ]Mr. W. A. Levis, of Taft, was transacting Tonight at the Rest and Tea Room i l PLAY BALL.
business in Orlando THE NEW GRAND. I If prophesies of
WADE yesterday. the Emmanuel Baptists will discuss : 'calamity howlers
plans for the future of the I prove correct ,this nation will be a
THE TUNER Mrs W. E. Shine left yesterday fora Be church i The Orlando High School boys will Col. T. J. Watkins has a force of thing of shreds and patches

ORLANDO FLA. visit with friends in Stuart and and present hear the and plans.have a cup of coffee'I'i play the Plant City boys tomorrow men at work remodeling the New hence if the tariff schedule a passes year

Miami., afternoon at the ball park at 3:30. Grand which was damaged by fire last in its present form. But well beta

Mr. and Mr.r-c.: I I Plant City is said to have a teamof winter ,and, when completed, will be hat the "Movies" will still be on
Mr. Freeman Phillips and Wallace Brannon, of hard knockers and our boys are a one pf the best arranged and best the job and
Mr. J. poor men will not be
C. Oviedo
Crummey left for Jessup,I I were, in Orlando sopoor
Georgia last night Thompson motored to Tampa yester and with them) the yesterday I husky lot and have just played enough equipped hotels in South Florida. that their wives cannot go to a
I day. were pretty twin games this spring to give them Hardwood floors laid
a are being and picture show, and keep an extra dog
daughters who
of their likeness good workout, and the chances expert painters and decorators
are a are at I or two in the back yard.
Mr. Samuel Taylor left and beauty, attract much
for iU home in Maine. yesterday Dr. J. E. Wray and Prof. J. S. Simmons tion. atten five spot against a nine that our boys work on the interior putting on the -

are away attending Methodist will put up a stiff fight and an interesting polish that gives a mirror effect tothe I Cities and towns have got the
conference at Umatilla. game will be the result wood work.A "clean up" fever. All
Miss Mary Smith was operated Jesse 0. Stenman, of New York of which
onj I' The boys deserve a good crowd and I new addition has been built onto would be if towns
for unnecessary
appendicitis at the McEwan hos- was in Orlando yesterday and leaves
Mr. D. B. plenty of rooters. the rear which gives the hotel four cities
pital yesterday. i Sphaller and H. C. Hammond his; morning for points south. Mr. were kept clean all of the time.
of Taft, were in Orlando yesterday new rooms, thus making twentyfiven It recalls the story of the Waybacker,
I{I looking after business matters. is looking for a suitable CONTRIBUTED all and all outside rooms, and all who, upon being shown a bath room I
tract of
Elizabeth land
Durt for
of small
Orange a
City, is in' the city a guest of Mrs d'I _____ New York people who are colony going to of I In all the range of thought, however connected with baths, there being fifteen at a friend's home in the city, regret-
Mary Guernsey. P. J. Langworthy, of Denver, Colorado try Florida farming. I far or near, or high or yet how baths in the house. The ventilation ted that he wasn't going to be there
i(|, is spending a few days in the low, there is one who still is near. of these are of the latest ap Saturday night But soap and water
Mr. and Mrs. John Hollopeter have i i!city, ,on his homeward journey I In darkness as in the light, waking or proved models. and a good cleaning up never did
closed I Mr. F. B. Mackey, wife and daughter -- I in sleep. The large lobby and hall throughthe harm, so let the good work go on.
have started their winter for Ohio.home here and|:;: Jacob G. Jones of' Ohio, who has Alice, who ire winter residentsof i The soothing breeze seems to whisper center makes it one of the best -

.i j jMr. been I spending the winter in ,various \ Bradentown, are on their way to fan the brow in sweet com ventilated rooms in the city. Every News comes from Key West that
'j parts of northward and stepped off Tuesday detail of the house shows the careful the
J. C. Beardaall, has been'I Orange county has left for panionship. The moonlight steals British steamer Lugano, which
: lihis'I i home. with the family of Philip Schwartz onWest within the window silently guilding thought of the master mind back of went ashore on Ajax reef last month
a guest in the city, has returned to
his home in New York State. !I;I Church street. Mr. Mackey and i every object, dispelling the night it and reflects great credit to the is now conisdered a complete loss

: Mr. Frederick Rand and daughter, family are very' favorably impressed i The stars, like diamonds deck the owner and builder. Before the high winds which have

Mr. and, Mrs. II Miss May, motored to the city yetter- with Orlando. sky harmoniously moving in silenmelody'of The furnishings will be rich and I prevailed for the past two weeks 1
.spending the winter Henry here have; after ',day fterDea .. .,. -. .. heaven's choir. A Thought elaborate.The there was a possibility of saving the

to their home in Lansing,, Mich.gone I I i Mrs. Mary F. Moon of Taft, and Grand will be the house of comfort i hull, but after the wind increased

The new pastor of the First Baptis Mrs Anne E. Martin, her mother, I think too many people believe in to those who live at'hotels, and and the hull began to pond'on the reef

Mr. and Mrs.U White, after a I church will begin a series of revival I were in Orlando yesterday making tit-for-tat They like to retaliate in the citizens of Orlando will be justly the chances were lost.
i meetings next arrangements to leave for the Northnext proud of this splendid hostelry.
Sunday to which
pleasant winter in Orlando, have returned -i the I kind-they do not see that comingto -
public have a most cordial Monday. They will to Win The Grand will be completed in
to their home in St Louis. l invitation. go I the level of a blackguard or a A congressman from Kentucky is
chester Indiana }about sixty days and furnished
I I where they 'winspend slanderer is self-injary. They think elaborately credited with the brilliant observation -
Mrs. Mary A. and Victoria Schmidt !I I City Engineer Ramsey is receiving the summer. The Sentinelwill they are hurt when some one when the Sentinel will gives a that ,if, free trade in hooks and

who have been winter guests have left'ya:: number of inquiries concerning the be a weekly visitor to their home I them ill-begotten and misfitting detailed description it eyes will put them out of businesshe

for their home in Springfield, Mas s.t I I j sewer proposal, a contract for the con- names, when the one injured_ is the!( is with the measure heartily. He
struction of which will be let May Mr. Thomas Migrant and family, of utterer of false and senseless epi-l PARTY LEFT FOR THE NORTH believes the pesky parasites are the
Mrs. J. F. Couper, who has been II first Cleveland, Ohio, who have been spending thets. Such people never sit down LAST NIGHT bane of every married man's life and

spending the, winter in Orlando, has I the winter at St Petersburg, and contemplate how mean it is to should be damned and doomed. Can ;

gone to her home in Morristown, N.I I Mrs. V. N. Turtle, who has been made their first visit to Orlando call another names. I cannot make A party of Orlando, Concord Park anyone wonder that a man with such

Y. I conducting a novelty and fancy goods yesterday and were so well pleased it any more respectable than residents left last night for New York scintillating intellect and forethought

i I store in Orlando during the winter, that they, declare their intention of bing a henroost Then, to roto points where they will spend the sum for the welfare of his afflicted fellowmen

Mr. T. J. Wasson and family, who! has returned to her northern home spending next winter in this city, in kind, is to be no better. It is tea I mer. The following were in the should become a congressman?

are among our regular winter residents !;I in Petoskey, Mich. where they may have the advantageof profitless occupation for all con party: .

left yesterday for their home:.I our schools. cerned. What is false should not Mr. and Mrs. Scott, Homestead, Mr[ Country postmasters, and those in
in Illinois J. D. Deliver, of Spokane, Washing disturb us, but that which is true, Wm. Jameson, Miss Sarah Cooper,I the city for that matter, who have
ton, who has been spending some time Mr. and which it better for if it Mr. and Mrs. Eilas Dunn Mr. and I
I Mrs. S. V. Straley and two were us were sought for and held the office as a
}Ir. and Mrs. James Gibson, who in of this cbunjty has purchased a tract attractive children, who have spent false, is'something which should Mrs. H. T.. Nye and daughter, M rs. side line to other business, cannot ,

have been guests at the Lake View'I land which he will convert into the recent months at their beautiful agitatge our souls. Tit-for-tat must Smith, Miss Jesse Cooper, Mrs: help but be disturbed over the latest

Hotel, left yesterday for their homein an orange grove and home.: home on north Orange avenue, left' have been born in the dark age I- Dodge and Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Sim announcement of the new postmas-

Madison, Wis. yesterday for Princeton, West Virginia there is no place for it in this age ons. They go from here to Jacksonville ter-general who declares that they
Mr. Leroy Thompson and wife who ,. but expect to return early in of enlightenment-Man Who Talksin where they take boat for New will be held strictly accountable for

own a pretty bungalow in ConcordI > the fall They go part of the way in Norwich Bulletin. York. the time and personal attention they
Mr. and Mrs. J. N. Loomis and
I where they spend their winter their auto, via DeLand and Daytona, We opine that Mr. and Mrs. Simon give to their official duties. Theingt
daughter, Estella, who have been have
stopping I returned to their home in Glens: expecting to visit other points also No man can hope to acquire popularity will chaperone the party and that are indeed getting to a pretty pass
at the Summerlin have
returned. Falls, where they will spend the au mon their way. unless he is willing to be bored they will have a good time. when a public office-holder will not
to thier home in Granby, Conn. mer.
I I once In a while. They are a crowd of splendid people] be allowed to view his position as a

Mosey to lou and Orlando is proud to number them perquisite! And under a Democratic -
WANTED .Aeon rags at this oIIcI.l|I I Subscribe for the 09 istprovci property. their
8. Y. WAY, -tf Read the Sentinel ads for profitfllMMIIMIIMMItillMlliiiillililiiltt among regular winter guests. administration, too.-Deep River
Mr. and Mrs. Simons are so pleasantly New Era. .
.'.....'... situated in their Concordhome
r'" 1"1"1'4"11'11'11,4.,1141,111'1'.III . ._..... lllllllllllilllillililllllMIIIIIIIM.IMA* . that we imagine and hope that Inspect Shannibarger1 big stock of
they will return early in the fall. Bicycle tlreLSubaeribe

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THE POWER OF THE INVISIBLE It certainly would enrich life, and BUSINESS BOOSTERSBn ::

develop culture, but the blind man CLA8HIUD *"' 1HINIfii
Paragraphs taken from discoursed .eei Bmtnrliti' 1 adwtiicm t .
a says, what is the use of life if one .toreito'alter. \ ,
M o'dock
:from the Presbyterian pulpit can't make money' out of itlnow. It mlddgtirffl t* run; it,'*e SloeTuSto :
last'Sunday by I Dr. Stag- is too cheap to, risk tomorrow on. ClsNly'belumn.. / < I '
J .. Thja get subject 'illustrated Some men can see a city of fifty Bootes,of. ,fire. :lines, or less iepproxkMWf -

,in I many" ... ways. .It.goes .without '"- thousand people where Orlando now cents; three times 30 words 50 tents-one; one time week, 25 ,

.. saying that the man who' is I stands. ,and the only ,materials, out of (six daily,-and"one ,weekly editions)
satisfied. with what he attains,. is a I which such_ a city. is to be builded are $1.00; one month, $3.00. v
{ small man, no matter what may be in and"'-: around Orlando now, if is the C1DILL1CFOE
the*task he has in'hand. If I in business heavy mules-
climate, the semi-tropic growth, and sound, thoroughly reliable. Finest
x the street where,he gets his its water ways. gray team in Orange county. $550. a ,
4 gains is.his horizon;, certain professions : The machine has been built, and is ,Wnte'owner, G. M. Hord. Oakland,

fro quackery, that brings quick now in operation, that if put in the Florida. ,4-22.3t.

returns,' stifles the ambitions, if;jn falls, between, lake Sue, and Virginia FOR SALE-Lake front; lot covered
1 political life, the greece that'oils the would, from the.current of the water with large Orange trees. :Good lo-
machinery), that grinds :out gain today alone, light every town in this section cation, size 66 2-3 feet front 209
?:is j all he .works',,for. ,Out of it and, turn every wheel, that ,is run,by feet: :deep -$900.i Cash', or terms
all comes the,confident charlatan who power, What is ,the, trouble? Blindness with back a if guarantee you are disappointed of your money at SALE

fattens' on.1 your,, life's blood and. thenlaughs to the invisible. It is an awful the .end:of, one ,year.. ,Carl Dann
in your: face', at your i impoverished : thing to see a generation of men Real Estate, 'Co.: 4-22 3t -
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blood. lr.t"-1 J"
shoved aside to make for other -
',-- ; way FOR HIRE:-Nice seven
:No lawyer' nor statesman, nor workers., It, has happened in history .. touring car.; Large and roomy. ., .. .- . '.. ,.
r; preacher, nor' doctor, nor citizen, has however, and it is not :imporbablethat. 4.20 t{ ., J. B..MAGRUDER.. . .;f nv. ...'.(' ',J i., . i 0:>..
.been builded.out; of such ,stuff, -
even: it
: happen
may BUY a lot ,in Thornton Park,,a nice . .. .' \
They, who,.live by. such: methods, shall The man who lives by, the gains suburb in east part of,the city-Carl '"; r1 4. ,4 '..

die without honor. This .is 1 wjiat ,the ,from the street, shall in his death be Jensen.-,- 't . r-, -- Yt : :
occulist calls myopia, and the psychologist -despised by those who live on the .
OAK HILL is the beautifulsub-divia- .
calls it atropyh and the plain streets, and shall be without mention ion to the Northeast of the city and "'./ ;',. :;, :',/- :, .. ,

man calls'- it meanness.' All of. which< of those wljo J bjiilded J the present out I still have .some........ choice ,Iota.... there. ' ....;. ,
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means that the only way to live 'b'' of the material of the future CarTJerisenT .. ';" :
'' to see so far ahead of what you are,

p what ,your times desire that life PLANT INDUSTRYA WANTED-A,caretaker and position collector as for manager: nonresident ,

shall, be 'exhausted in trying to gets -I propertLoners. :By man ofexperienee
people in sight of what you see.' The visit to Pine Castle, the seat ofperhaps who can: give it close- at- Run 6,000 miles perfect con

invisible is the only, real_ visible." ( _the. largest. t industryin tention.::' "* Address..v- Collector.' SentineL 1 4WANTEp .. ... .
Things seen were made out of things Florida, shows that both grOwerand ,

that, do, not appear. Art is art because II shipper are doing a thrifty,busi -Old Mirriors resOvered,I dition. Car complete not a defect.
. of the dream of the artist. mating them u good u new. New ,
ones made to order &he
by improved .
Greece holds sway in this realm be-! ness.Mr.. P. W. Shannibarger, proprietorof French and damp
cause Greeks gave themselves to art the famous Bear's Head farm, proof backing put on them. Send Am leaving Orlando.. Must S 'ell.

r and not to making. pictures or to cutting Fred M. Preston and J. A. Wilkes,all postal, name and address to H. A.Royston '1',: : '. ; f ,'.'-> ,
figures out of ,marble. have packing houses in each of which order. and I will call and Mar22-lm take your \

The whole fabric of American government several million plants will be, packedfor .
and< the entire ,making'of shipment'to various points. in the FOR SALE-New seven-roon house, ,,'- .
American institutions was. only in north and west. with all. modern improvements.:
$3,000. Will take,automobile in
outline in the minds of the fathers of Sweet potato draws are the princi- -Address Owner part
<, : ,pap care: ,Sentinel .
this' country. They endured as .seeing pal plants. being handled now and

the splendors that are ours. This go to the Carolinas, Georgia, Tennessee WANTED business, partner in :a

u: makes. the motive-power of the world Alabama', Virginia, Oklahomaand established manufacturing trade.,business Need more with capital well :. :- .,:" .. ,. -'-, .
seen.,.and unseen.. Mose? endured the Texas. and will take partner 'or: will make a t ... .. :
Hardships of life seeing an invisible These men are building up a wonderful stock company 'with $15,000 to $20- -
.civilization for his people. God endures industry and Pine Castle is get- 000 capital Plant up to date and in : .
excellent condition. Address Manufacturer
the splitting horrors of sin, seeing ting a wide reputation by reason of in care of Sentinel tf- t: ,
;; :the kingdom and city"whose builder the plants that go. out annually from "' .",
'and.' maker, is God. this station. FOR RENT..;.Furnished, my cottageon .
Lucerne Circle., Jas. A. Knox. : J
Let the illustration descend. The
Growers And'it a very remunera- SEE L
man in our community who sees no
tive business.
FOR:RENT Furnished suite of large :
more than he can get off of the street. Eerlier in the season,tomato, celery i airy rooms for light housekeeping. '
c, where he transacts his business is noT cabbage and egg plants and, many Close in cheap rent. 312 North Main.
T friend of a community of city. His thousand onion sets are sent out from 166t. I I 0kiitmuohile. Co.

trouble is near-sightedness and he this ,station.. FOR RENT-New five room cottage ( :!: .::, ,: ': .. rl !!" ,01. .) .
is constantly' running against ,everything Bear's. Head bananas are also a famished for the summer on the (
that means.the moral.and intellectual , favorite_ on the market, and theseproduct north bank ,of Lake Concord. Good : .
uplift the people and,smashing ed with the, choice fishing and us*'of boat' No children Orlando. Florida,
c' it. The 'man,you the pen- citrus fruits and the splendid qualityof Sentinel office., 18-10t .

itentiary is not, near so harmful 'as guavas unite to make Pine Castle ROLLINS COLLEGE Negro Minstrels IMMMitl -

this man. famous, and the citizens" thrifty.I I Lyman Gymnasium, Tuesday. evening ' ... ... ...... ...:.. ..... ,.... "'\\0" ,"f ; '-, '
We are living in a section of the Some. of the earliest melons that 8:15, April 22.; _3t;

country,' where it may be said that, will, come inty the market will come FOR RENT-Home of six to seven I miiMMMMttimiti liillillMMIMiMMMMIII
God has been prodigal with,his, gifts: from Pine Castle.NOTICE rooms,.'partly furnished. 403 Lake
But we are living also in a community street South. I I For the Ladies of Orlando 1
t' where men only see how to get the 4.20 3t, A. M. COLLIE. OAKlAND

dollars that this generation can give FOR PUBLICATION ESTRAY have taken up as an DEMONSTRATIONIf
up even if the next generation suffers Department of the Interior U. S. Land estray one Dunn Cow with few have
Honda April 19. 1913 you any combings don't throw them
Office at Gainesville
white away.
ti, because. of our greed. Vision Notice is hereby given that Mathias L. Ivey bit 'spots. Crop upper and under THE CAR Yon have in your city, L Gold, a manufacturer of hair
would tie all the lakes in this section of Maitland Florida who on' April 17. 1911 one ear; crop bolt in the otherear. goods,
made Homestead Entry. Serial No. 08410. for Brand single "0" J. G. Lee, at Dade City, Fla., but' recently from Chicago, where you
together and wise men. would EV4 of. SE%, Section 8, Township 22 South, Pine Castle, Fla. tf THAT EVERYBODY can bring your combings and have
build these and invite theY Range SI East, Tallahassee Meridian has filed a switch braid, transfor;
waterways notice of intention to make Commutation mation or any piece of hair work
above FOR SALE-20 choice Rhode Island you would like to have
world to enjoy what God has made. Proof to establish claim to the land
described, before the Clerk of the Circuit hens with rooster. Also 40 young TAIlING made from
There could be a water-way from hereto Court,at Orlando, Florida on the 29th day chickens and Also
cow. a $1.50 to $2.50
of May 1913.Claimant
Maitland which
boats ,
c on naptha
nearly new ABOUTASK
1; could glide and the way could be Rouse of Maitland names as Florida witnesses; Solomon: Daniel E.Mathera wagon.Wm. L CORYELL, I Also carry a large line of finest quality French cut hair,
of Maitland. Florida; ,Luckras M. 4-20 tf 20} Concord avenue, West. X which we make to order to match. We demonstrate the work
made the turn of
; ,as easily as your Rouse, of Maitland. Florida; James P. Strick FOR DEMONSTRATION
a hand.. It would make money, but the land, of Mailland Florida. FOR RENT-Three T 1 every afternoon from 2 to 5. Also carry a large line of sanitary -
HENRY S. CHUBB fine rooms for
r difficulty is to get a'blind man to see. Register. light house-keeping on Second floor hair goods. Switches, 114 oz., 50c; 1 oz., 10 and 20 '

__ ,_ ,____ ,.,_'___ _h_ .__ __ .- ,_ __ __ ._ with bath and toilet. City water SEE ins. long, $1; 2 oz., 24 ins. long 1.50; 2y2 oz., 26 ins. long.2.25
.y with veranda. Also.after June 1st WE MATCH ALL SHADES. Silk hair nets 36 ins.

lower Furnished floor both consisting well and of city six rooms.water MAGRUDERWELCOME I :. long 5c. Dont' faD to call during this week for our low'prices.

in,house. Wm. L CORYELL,. Goods on display at
4-20 tf 201 Concord avenue West. /

: Money to loan on improved prop I| DRY GOODS AND NOTIONS ORLANDO, FLORIDA

erty. S. Y.,WAY-tf ,,-v"' t ...1\ \.
TO IMItMtttlMlltimiiM IIHttillllMIIMMMIIt
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1 Some chauffeurs divide the public 1I 1-, -
into the quick and the dead. R.OYAL.PALM I

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The motto of some makes of tires BARBERSHOP

might be "A sho'rt life and a merryone. .. -""" .* *ZZZ.Modem ORLANDO
." and Co> iplete. 4 I I

Everything new, individual BUSINESS COLLEGE
In speaking of frictionless bear- electric attachments at every

ings, truth is.sometimes_ stranger. than chair. No.stone has been left I

Your athlete demands free-play boot for the friction. unturned to make this shop :
meet th erequirements of the ;
bones and muscles of his feet The Gotham is
quoting prices of motor cars, most particular. Plenty ; IN
an athletic.JuL, \ some salesmen seem to think that room. Courteous attendants. I

Are you one of these men who have a pretty definite their customers carry shock-absorb- ELIJAH WHITEHEAD., Single and Double Entry Bookkeeping. Corporation -

idea of what they want in a shoe ? "Hang the styles," ers.-Life. y Proprietor. \ Bookkeeping, Banking, Shorthand/

t say you. "Give\ ,me a good I natural shape, with Orange Are. Orlando, Fla.KVRKIIIIR . \ \
plenty of, toe room and a sensibly,rounded toe" If Penmanship, Commercial Law,

you say a salesman,'you.are.pretty sure to get I 1I 1 Commercial Arithmetic, Spelling and all
one of the handsomest shoes in the Regal line- the i I I Branches
of Civil
ft s Gotham., This shape was good ten years ago and I ;When you want any of the :. .__ I Service.
will be popular ten. years hence. It comes as near I :

i: being_right as any shoe that was ever built.Gotham ._ EMERGENCY. mentioned, SUPPUES in DAY AND NIGHT CLASSES

Black King Call JOHNSON &JOHNSON'SHandbook Ii I / Experienced Teachers in Charge. DiploijlasGranted
: and Tan Russia Calf I
Brogue Blucatr\Oxford i. -IN- ii I and Positions Secured for Gradu .*

x ; ates. : .
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fe* 1 tarr *, *.' ; FEEDFOR, ., Patronize Home Institutions. ' -

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j hY ,J.y. Aidhere I I, For Prices and Terms call on ,or address:

f i.. REGALSBi'own&Lartigue the Call place or " get LIVE( STOCKLAUBACH OrdoBusea&! & Collg! i.

:=:: :tIJuL: U FMNE '597 I

DeLaney Drug Co The Grain Man. _

IOrange[ Avenue, .Chut* Street, FkMe, 1 ,

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bat whose wit still .
prime ready
!feakes her a welcome guest berne ;
fke foes tells the_following story
YO: ut tt encounter wfth what. she .
.4erme a "aortoeni Icebergf She wttt = < i g TV : Before Yau :
a Bosical entertainment at a prtMite i t
aooM-ln New York, and at the
glad; ,tiTa.IODgwbkh; : bad be .,deiightfully -. ;LINE OF UP TO DATE DRY GOOD$, CLOTHING,
r defied.she xmned with an,exiclamatian ".
; of pleasure to a lady who AND. SHOES, ALSO LADIES READY. TO WEAR Buy

.*tt near tad whom ihe..knew byftfht OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS COME'TO B. SALO '
but bad never, met. The worn :
'*cIA addressed looked at her In surprise SATISFACTION GUARANTEED OR MONEY .
for a moment and tlieJfuk "eold1J. : r- .

"Hare I the pleasure of knowingFoor Consider
Quality Style
tI :
I '+ N ,"-waa the answer, -but I.felt at -
*ttberty'to speak to you on account of : C

Vv being, :UDder me." such very. great.. ohIltatlonsto ', : f r n Orlando : Price, and: then choose:

3TWm,you have thin goodness to"ei'plain' .': I I
wfiat mean?' said the New : -
IIIIIM . , .
York woman haughtily

f,:"Merely that I refused your 'bus- = = r. f_ \ ." .
nand twenty-fire yean ago" replied : -LOlf Allen & Co.
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the little lOutbel'Der'.u she moved -
*tway to seek a more congenial atmosphere. J

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''The Vegitarian Oyster. JEWELERS

':Oysters are most exemplary, lathe. .
bitter of 'diet. The oyster to well "

.W;h a vegetarian, UTtna'almost." exJemsively Swplis aid Uaawaded Profits SI2',,".... Orlando ,Florida
on seaweed including the c ,
'minute pine pollen 'of '.the water. Telal Resoutes ever Tkreeiai1ers of a Mimeo.8btea3rat .
'Smaller animals form only 5 per cent
*f his food; He Is a methodical feed: -
of the Orlando Bank and .
*r. always dining between,'the hours i51 N r
(of' 12 and 2 in the afternoon. When r Trot Co, at Close ,of Patticai f
:'he wants his meals he simply opens : Let Us Regulate Your Watch ;
April:Iflth,.IHJ-Tne 8er.emth .
;'Ids shell and lets the water:flow'In j 1.
;through assort:of gill, which retains, AanlTertary
the food allowing the water' to;'run EVElY flING GUARANTEED

out again. It'is only to/frosty weathtr' : its Existence .
; that the oyster row-off. his" feed.In .
. order to protect himself'as much -
'.a[ possible from the cold he lies with RESOURCES i
'the bulging shell uppermost In this

:position he cannot open his shell and -4 4 Loana and Discounts......tatt, fttt r 11"IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII"'III'IIIIII"

11 'lust'perforce goo abort:of. food.' But Overdrafts .............. 9&M r I
;'he would sooner" starve 'than let the ,
Real Estate Furniture I
cold water in to chill his delicate desk ,
'' Its him-London Chronicle. -i and Fixtures .......... r!,8M.44 I Model Grocery

t StocB aDd Bonds ........ '118,018.11 :

In Mourning For Tigers. Cash on hand and in Banks 84M7.61 : .
'The Mosa-Aroi, otherwise GOwn in
18 West Church Street
Darnfhg u Bagb-1-aroi, the tiger folk i_ f Total ................1780,29048
fa subtrlbe or sept of-the Bart race
.till regtrd,lt/ar the'correct(thing togo LIABILITIES
Into moarnlflg *tor twenty-four GROCERIES. NEW AND

;hour or so whenever tiger dies near Capital Stock ...........$100,000.00Sorphu FRESHWe
their Tillage. Solid food is tabooed- I I -I and Undivided ,

.10 slight privation to the Kacharl, Frotti ................ '2UUK : Give Our Personal Attention to Our Customers and

'vttout: fellows and, In fact. the names! Deposits ................ '665.115.5S Guarantee Satisfaction and
at the Prompt Delivery
'or,Assam par excellence. Then 1 -
end be a,gen- Give Us .
oral-cleanup* the floors'and walls be- i Total .................t788.... a Trial
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lag smeared with a mud clothes and ,
brazen utensils being thoroughly Sightler Bros. ProprietorsTHE

cleansed in running water and earthenware Deposits April:4, UII....t I-: ,
Teasels that hare been used .
:at all being actually broken and thrown Deposit* AptH 16,1918... .71486J :II.jlllllllllllllllll.IIIIIIIIIIII IIIIIIIIIIIIIIII"

,away. Lastly, santi-Jal, "the water of State and CauI7 Depositary Increase in 12 days ......$. !
peace" is drunk and the flesh of a I
:sacrificed lows or pig eaten by all,the -0 ,0 H. H. P. STRAIGHTFor

clansmen in common.-London Athe _. '.. _.J. ..
Mesa Sale at aO Cigar'Stores, .
Iii Hearted Goldsmith. Orlando's Newest Cigar Made ,18 Orlando.

Hills a fellow collegian of Goldisnlth's o't ..
: Havana and Florida
; called one morning to offer Wrappers h

OUTer a breakfast, when he waa ad- M. SLEMONS Try ,One and Be Convinced, "'
:feted In answer to his knock and in a .
mothered voice to force open the door HERMAN H.PINfi
'and enter. When Mills and other M'f'g'ri
.bad at last forced the bolted
:.they found Goldsmith so entangled in ,212 South Oraafe'

"the not extricate ticking of himself his bed without that help.he could He Spring Stock is Coming In

/txplalned that aI'tbe night before bi4etD DID YOU BUT?

) piercing cold be bad given a we Sri offer to you a Choice Sdeetfot High due Goods -

periling woman with fire ch DRY GOODS, ALL THE STAPLE :AND ,.USEFUL nd'i ,'I mrIseard'adeller'
.all hJ4 bedclothes. What,could he doHe Oscar ,prominent hardware+
siad nothing'else 'not a i penny/t as as stay this scorning to,sMnt'dhen'of _.....
; IN SILK LISLE AND COTTON, and the Many Ac- Orlando, I eo have
: cold night too,1
her. "It
jive was
booghtknd at I '
$150 and .
thatWoaen Va & Son
:tddedOfor I wraldnfat'nfst eleoltfi ad not do tt .
'I thought of ripping open the ma Hand At the time lie referred to I. self
to lie In the ticttDI-"--OUTer Goldsmith. Six Days in Every: Week SoccesMrs to & .! for,an.' Orlando man towers. ... *
> ," by R. Ash King. erea+ ol land In' Orange.. cora f to
:FULL LINE "OF' COM : .PM per acre, tbs Mass land is BOW
A Surprise Per Swagger.Tea .. carry an,tlte'tine a large stock of SHOES of the-beet ; PLETE HOUSE FURNISHINGS :.w In 10 and twenty acre traeti far
", per acre, and la dseap at tab'What
laid Swagger "thllia a to aadaeweet style KING:QUALITY HEN'S SHOES.
>keen riot.*' ; TERRY'S WOMEN'S SHOES AND CHILD ; iron the Orlando '.r IIu.
r "Excuse me" said Bangs; "the US' IDT at that time
'gect4 pronunciation of that word ' - -" ': ,. l.JLm bad ... .... JOi::esua4l
'turkwolse'" yoto. prolt. You
knew isms
time '
"No; turkeze. excuse me. -. I ago yoor profit on the
"I say turkwoise." and $30.00 an VMUpassed for STYLE FIT ANT stock, without having to tg* =
"Wen lefa go to the jeweler ,If:j?*';bate. DOt yet bought-jsase

aakhim." LORD.BALTIMORE BOYS' SUITS WILL BE SURE TO Advertise ia too Sentinel. then Orlando ila or itflJ ortunitla fore

"Bight" YOU. '
profits, and lean
I "In order to settle a wager," '., .. NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOB TAX I can ton you 10. that will
Iwtgger to the jeweler "would DEED UNDER I OF CHAPTER I make yon money. bt your gold min
wind tailing me If the correct prononof IMS.. LAWS OF FLORIDA.Notice ing stock wffl not boy ft
_on the stone in this ring to tvor Call and see,me.
Ilse turkwolser fa berety given 'that J. Franklin CARL' JANSEN,
M. SLEMONS Briggs of Apopkm, Florida?, pwehttjr of Office Didcson ,
over A Ires
f The jeweler took the ring and x Tax Certificate named below baa filed laid\ Orange
Blued it carefully rrne correct protodation certificate ia my office and bar made application ATenueOrltndoFla,
be for tax deeds to issue in accordance 'The bsnksd the Imaineai'men erf
add "Is"glue.Lon.,40s
with law. Said certificates embrace the following know if
me, do
not ask
ado you ,
Tlt-Blta. - --- described property, litoated in. Orange -
County, Florida towit:
1 1 1 1 U fat -No. 257. dated JulY'- 6. 1197! Lot I
Douglas Jerrold In Soh oL U-. 4, &; <. Block A, Apopka, aiMwed in thename

l= -.. Jerrold wrote "Black _. UNDERTAKER ARMSTRONGThe Cert of No.M' !G.58,KTadcworth.dated July 6, 18J7: Lot' i IIIISIIIIIII1MiiiiiTiE
when he was twenty an KEEP. 10,, 11. and 12 .Block A, Apopka aueued'
in thenam e of M. G. Wadtworth.
es thsted to Punch the ."-' ARTISTIC PICTURE FRAMER of Orlando Cert. No. 2(9, dated July 6, 1897 Lot 16,
teprtar "Caudle Lectures"" not I 17, and 18,' Block A,"Apopka cawed in!,

'afterward But at nine years of I we have PINe STRKGT the Cert name No.of 271.M.dated G. Wadiworth.Anj. 6. 1890: Lot !2. ONElCIGAR
........ THAT
roung Jerrold had been scarcely planned Block A. Apopka, assessed in the name of
read and it was not until ti Unknown.
noblest Cert No. 260. dated July 1, 1897: Lot
apprenticed to t printer, after ie 23 and 24, Block A. Apopka, assessed in
lor some time as a mHahipman,at always the name 1L G. Wadiworth. EVERYBODY LIKES
set out Cert. No. 261, dated July 6, 1897: Lot .
that be showed either'desire or r 28,, 29 SO, Block ,A, Apopka. assessed in
sty for intellectual Improvement ; ts and TO NEW YORK BOSTON the name of M. G. Wadsworth.
the Cert No. 262. dated July 6, 1897: Lot e
right "
". $4, SS, J6, Block A. Apopka, assessed in
Self D;..rption. AND ALL the name of M. G. Wadiworth.Cert .
807 dated Nor. 4. 1895: Beg. SW HAWLEY'SSTRAIGHTS .
Of til solitaire games the toon up your !!- Norton ail Hasten FftlitsRettful cor. NOt I, Blk. B, Apopka. ran E 100
darned Is self deception The ,: for the feet N. SO feet. West 100 feet. S 60 feet
'mdcan1iasp It "The" wisest have put -j "as and Healthful Sea Voyage assessed Cert. the 264 name, dated of G.July F. 6 Harrison.. 1897: Lot
vreTenJojed It We all find solace on 6200-Ton Modern Steal 16, Block B. Apopka. (leu 100 feet E and
No sweeter to time. W hy 50 feet Nand S in SW cor) assessed
tta blandishments in the of Smith A Fraxier.
week- Steamships 400 Feet
tate for courage' conscience and up a FARES .i. , Cert No. 98. dated July 6, 1908: Lot S4 Get the best
sewed in the name of cigar at five
yet .- some es- Long., Block B Apopka
dial Is .. t.,.
y cents
H. the
FROM H. Wttherinston. next
; time
'IIOL of the ..y..nas Cert. No. %72. dated July 6, 1897: Lot you
JACKSONVILLE 1 band 21 (less SEA' Lot 16) Block D, want to smoke judge for
Apopka,' assessed in the name,of M. G. Wad yourself.
The Limit importance ., + worth. ' so egotistical TONew w Cert No. 271. dated July 6, 1897: Lot
"bis wife. NotUtJeaWof when and _F'..a.. I--.s... 4. 6, (, Blk.. D, Apopka. assessed, in the
'*eU Nloua of Grasp' York $24.90 '$19." name of M. G. Wadsworth.
his wife! Eaton-lea Unless said certificate shall be redeemed

,ous'bectn vye; .has neb a reading the ** Bo 'ton 28.10 23.96 on according the 20th to law day of tax Hay deeds, A.will D.issue. 191J.thereon Made in Orlando and sold
for a bnsbaniL-puck. iect.din/A/tab asdStat.reemAeeeesarl* **.*$*.*.* Witness my oflkial signature and teal this t> by, all dealers.ttlMMtttllMMtlHlHII.
day. C"rnps4sab In lmeui Ikrssgl tic bsa..JW 9aksb 19th day of April A. D., 191S.
He who I* Ares and resorato to 1 JACKSONVILLE OFFICE.: JJ BOCAN ST.-:!...... ge B.Clerk 1L Circuit ROBINSON.Court

!aoids, the World tN......It-G/eNs. e.S 1 1 1 J.E.CARMACK.T.F.A. W.B.IMOSM. TIM.Mt BiM.A.County Howard Florida.D. ..

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'" riculture. i tflWfluIIIllIflWflflflfljflflfljflflujflflwflwwflfl. V:V ::::::: I
? Louis C. Massey,.President 371-Clopton and McHugh, Eacam-
bia, as to disposition of garbage.
r, I .... Wariow. VI&Pr& LWitaBbw* Qrllt 372-Clopton and McHugh, Escam- How much
Hiw C. ...t. AM Ctohbr Surad A.NcweU.Ant OMkkr bia, fixing.penalty for conveying liquors | money would
and drugs to prisoners in jails.
: 373-Turnbull, Jefferson, relating
THESTATE to application for permit to sell liquors like to
Ii committee on temperance. you spend
Iii 374-Wilson, Manatee, providingfor
setting aside health day
BANK Incorporating city of :Manatee
by Wilson,,Manatee.
376-Wilson, Manatee, incorporating -

r 377 city-Hatcher of Sarasota., Lake, as to issuance $l1.ll tzutij

t of Orlando marriage licences.378MacWilliams.
St. Johns, relate Class Class
4a ing to banking. No. 2Class .. Nos. 2and2A
380Parker, St. Lucie, as to impounding -
: 381-Fenn, Santa Rosa-Furnish-
I ing penalty for beating way on rail-
H : road train. .
t I 382-Harvill- Taylorprescribing
The Bank which transacts more business than
: penalty for breaking and entering.
any Bank between Jacksonville and Tampa, 383-Terrel, Sumpter, empowering : I r . $ 33
county commissioners to create scholarships I I luu ; :
at normal college. I
r The large patronage of this Bank has been built up 385-Terrel, enabling normal schol- : No. 50 r Class
its business sound ars to teach in State colleges. ; k' t'' L No. 100
during twenty years by conducting on I
386-Tulley, Waukulla, authorizing I
banking principles with careful attention to the legiti- county commissioners to transfer :

mate wants of customers. The confidence of the publicis funds. I .
Mr. MacWilliams, St. Johns made I
reuected in the large amount of deposits. a
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motion that the woman suffrage bill
Average deposits First Quarter of 1913, $900,000. previously reported adversely by the : $ ;1
committee on constitutional amend- : ClassNo.
ments be refered back in order to 5
FOUR PER CENT PAID ON SAVINGS ACCOUNTS give the ladies of the Equal Fran : Nos. 5and
r chise League a chance to be heard. : 5A
The[ motion adopted. : .
Acosta, Duval, prohibiting racing
Our banks located in part of .
correspondent are every automobiles on county roads was

'' the world and include some of the largest Banks in the amended that the provisions of the Join any of our Saving Clubs and yon can have either of the
a act should not only apply to automo-
United States. bile speed contests are held and run above amounts to spend
4 on beaches of the Atlantic and Gulf
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---.---------- House adjourned Tuesday '
-- to at 10 .
Call and get a Circular or let us explain the plan to you
PASSED AND BILLS INTRO- Representatives O'Neal, of Hernando -
A pretty arranged card party was DUCED county, is urging a constitutional The Peoples National Bank"It
given yesterday afternoon at which i amendment in the House which will
Mrs. W. H. Robinson and daughters, i meet the popular clamor for the abolition
Misses.Ethel and Margaret and Mrs. Tallahassee, April 22.-The first I of the office of county treasurer. is a pleasure to serve you."
Kendrick were hostesses. The draw commission form of government bill It read as follows:
ing rooms of their home on Park Lake to pass both houses was Pensacola's I "Be. it resolved. by the legislature
t were tastefully decorated with roses new charter. Following this was the of the State of Florida, that the following -I
and naturtiums and seated here were one giving St. Petersburg the com- amendment of the constitution
four tables of players, Mrs. Lege, Mrs. mission form of government.A of the State of Florida be, and
. Chauncey Holt Mrs. Pliny Norcross, bill creating a Bounty court for the same it hereby agreed to, and
Chas Campbell, W. P. Watson, Will Palm Beach passed the House tonightand i shall be submitted to the electors of
.Green', S. A. Robinson and Misses three bills validating a bond issue :the State at the general election in , WANTED .
Holt, Claire Robinson, Millie Smith, and changing the charter of Plant 1914 for ratification or rejection. 7 : ,--, \" .
Hatabel Hyer, Grace Crooks, Mary City were passed. The night session "Section 6. The legislature shall .
and Grace ,Holt. was a rapid one, only three members provide. for the election by the qualified i-
After many interesting games off falling to vote on all matters comingup electors in each county of the following 500 small 'feet to be fitted with small shoes at the
"Five Hundred," the guests put aside for attention. county officers: A clerk of
their cards and were served to a' delirious Wants Federal Judge Elected.In the circuit court, a sheriff, constables, ,
BIF three course luncheon. the Senate today a resolutionwas a county assessor of taxes, a tax collector SHOE DEPARTMENT'
passed memoralizing the Florida a superintendent of public instruction -
EVENING OF AMERICAN COM delegation in the national congress to and a county surveyor The
POSERS AT NORTH HIGH- support a constitutional amendmentfor I terms of all county officers mentioned ". '
LANDS. direct election of federal judges. in this section shall be four years, of jbe .
An unexpected outbreak came in the I I except that of the county assessor of
On Tuesday at seven-thirty, there House when Harry Floyd introduced taxes and county tax collector, who
was enjoyed to the full, the twenty- a bill appropriating $10,000 with I I shall be elected for two years. Their
1 first concert of the Neighborhood se which to build a monument* to HenryM. powers, duties and compensation shall BIG WHITE STOREThese
ries, which Mrs. Robinson Murphy has Flagler. Members speaking on I I be prescribed by law."
. given this winter to her friends and the motion said that efforts to sum
the winter visitors of our city. There marily dispose of an effort to pay I LUCERNE THEATRE TODAY.
j were tributes paid to the work and tribute to Mr. Flagler while he is at shoes are of the best makes of the best firms, but were
a life of Edward A. MacDowell, George the point of death was an insult to High class program of motion pic
F. Root, Ethelbert Nelvin and Edmund his family. tures. bought too small for rapid moving, so we must sacrifice themto
Stillman Kelley and ,Henry F. Conference between the trustees of I Positively never before sown in the
Gilbert. Mr. Symonds sang Mrs. Mur the Internal Improvement Funds and city. This is a surprise program for make room
phy's song, which she had just written Everglades land holders resulted in you. Remember only hte best and
I especially for New York's great an agreement today to employ a com- finest motion pictures obtainable are They are truly neat Shoes for neat feet
voice teacher, Frederick E. Bristol I mission of the best drainage expertsto shown at the Lucerne, thereby mak-
The little croon at the end of the pass upon the cost of the completed ing every day a feature day. We If you wear anything under 3 1-2 D, or any larger sizesin
* song is rather Norwegian in colour.- I project and to Issue five million lead-others follow.
A B widths should become interested
I or right and
Dekoven's dainty song never sounded dollars in bonds for that pur Matinee 3:30 to 5 p. m. you now
sweeter than it did last night when I pose. This action is expected to stir Night, three shows from 7 to 10. drop around to be fitted for only
4 interpreted by the dainty Claire Rob- up considerable opinion- among legislators .
inson, who sang with girlish unconsciousness many of whom favor the AT THE FAVORITE TODAY. .
and grace. drainage project, but are opposed to A great feature program. .''.'.' '"'"''1, ," .I.
Frank E. Ward received excellent a bond issue until the definite amount "The Siege of Calais in 1347," a : $2.25

treatment at the hands of the tenor, necessary is determined.The great feature in two parts. This is ,.,,,' .., "'', ." ..
Mr. S. His first night session was held at :> ''', :1.
Henry Symonds. songs a great hand-colored picture. The I "' '::'{
.. ,
,.lj.1' .:' off' . 'r
much out of the which local bills were considered. :
are ordinaryand :
very greatest ever seen in Orlando; beautiful '
are general favorites, particularlythe Monday in the House. I scenes and magnificent costumes. : Sale lasts as long as stock lasts. t : : "
very singable "Phillida. "In House called to order 3:30. Speaker "The Ship of Lion's Ambrosio," a :
Loomis" startling duet, one can almost Farris in the chair. sensational feature. The lovers fire I
hear the wierd bag pipes playing. This A communication from President the ship, free the lions and fly to safe- : Remember it costs you nothing to try See our big north
duet has been called for at many of Conradi extending an invitation to the ty while the mutinous crew met a ter. :
the recitals of winter. i I members to a musical concert this rible doom. window for sizes and styles.
'J) Next Tuesday the evening will be eening at the Florida State Collegefor Don't miss this all star program. :
devoted to the most beautiful selections Women was accepted.A Open 2 to 5 and 7 to 10-Five cents j j:
by Scandinavian composers. The motion was made and adoptedthat all. 11
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t and Denmark will be sung in their journ to 10 o'clock tomorrow. sell
t you want to buy property, ,
. respective languages. Acosta, Duval, moved that 18c a
I rent, or exchange, now is the time toIl
The well rendered day be allowed members for
program was and postage ljBt your wants be known through
enthusiastically received.A I which on motion of Floyd, was tabled.I The Sentinel.
Introduction of Bills I Yowell'sHtillMMMIMIillliilMMiililMMMMUMi
miser is known by the money he House Bill No. 368, by Adkins, pro.i Some men are so negative that they
'' keeps. hibiting shipment of liquor in dry(I have no enemies because it's too
temperance. j'much trouble to make any.
} Have you subscribed for the Daily 370-Worley, Dade, defining imma- i!I
f Morning Sentinel? If not, why not? ture citrus fruit and providing for in- Subscribe for the Sentinel '
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