The daily sentinel
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Title: The daily sentinel
Uniform Title: Daily sentinel (Orlando, Fla.)
Alternate Title: Daily South Florida sentinel
Physical Description: 1 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: Josiah Ferris
Place of Publication: Orlando Fla
Creation Date: April 26, 1913
Frequency: daily (except monday)
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando
Coordinates: 28.533611 x -81.375833 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1913.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 1, no. 269 (Dec. 20, 1913).
General Note: J.F. Schumann, editor.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 4 (Feb. 14, 1913).
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Source Institution: University of Central Florida: Florida Digital Newspaper Library
Holding Location: University of Central Florida: Florida Digital Newspaper Library
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Related Items: South Florida sentinel
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Tallahassee, April .-The Jacksonville Jacksonville, April 25.-"To the unknown -' Special to the SentilllLWashington Special to the Sentinel AT ELEVENTH HOUR. BY WATERS. i

charter bill was introducedby dead," may be the line on the D. C., April 25.-Perry Atlanta, Ga., April 25Mrs. Callie pecial to the SeDdneLPhiladelphia Special to the Sentinel

.Speaker Farris. tombstone which shall mark the last Belmont is being urged by New York Scott Applebaum was found not guiltyon bomb Pa., April 25.-A powerful Remy, La., April 25.-The Missis-

To' be more exact the charter bills resting place of the man found dead' democrats as candidate for Governor the charge of slaying her husband composed of two pounds of ippi main levee at this place, forfy-

were introduced, for there are three this morning in, the bandstand of General of Phillipines. Mr. Belmontdesires by the> jury in the criminal divisionof high battery explosives of steel and studded with a three miles north of New Orleans,

separate bills referring to the administration Springfield Park. The carbolic acid' the appointment to and the Superior Court here at 5:03 jacketed 38-cahbre was still standing the heavy strain ifthe

of affairs in the city of Jack route was chosen by the deceased. Before i through public 'sentiment. His an- o'clock, this afternoon. The jury deliberated cartridges beribboned, all hidden,in a hand pained t- flood waters this this morning alter -

son II1e. taking the fatal dose he made an; ester, Admiral Perry, opened Japanto thirty-three minutes. Mrs. fuse had been candy box to which along a desperate all night in which awe

The first bill provides for the election attempt to destroy: all means of idea.i the. civilized world.. Mrs. Belmont, Applebaum fainted as she crossed the discovered attached. It was thousand laborers worked for the
of nine members of the Board tification-probably to save"a proudfamily who"was Mrs. W. K. Vanderbilt, wants> court room to thank the jury for the a minutes before i it greater part of the time in a driving .
due to
was in
of Bond Trustees large on the third name. The leaves from his 1 Mr. Belmont sent to Paris as ambas verdict, but revived shortly and left explode the Burd building rain storm.
in June for the enactment of I sador. Representative at the corner of Ninth and Chestnut The situation this morning was stifii
Tuesday ; small note book, were carefully torn Francis Burton the court room with her atorneys ;
the initiative and for Harrison of New streets, late this afternoon.The considered critical. Warnings were
ordinances by out ,and .destroyed York, is back smiling.
the of ordinances adapted b The Ing Belmont and has bomb had been placed on the telephoned early last night to all the
approval y body wu found on the floor of arranged for a The verdict was not unexpected under 1
the council refereadum. conference with window sill near the desk of RobertL. towns and villages in the threatened
by the band stand by a negro workmen President Wilson and l the evidence.IMILLIONAIRE J
The second bill relates to the pow this morning at about 6 o'clock. The will urge that Belmont be seht to I Coates, manager of the L. P. White territory advising the people to pre

en, duties, jurisdiction of officers and I police department was notified and the Phillipine postHAMMOND BORDEN SEEKS Watch Case Company, on the second pare for a hasty departure and shortly

boards and provides for the electionof Conant's ambulance was sent for ,the I MISSING DAUGHTER.. floor of the building. The box had been after midnight, when it appeared:thai
This bill the concealed beneath other packages and the fight to hold the levee would:.ban
same. enlarges powers body. The body is now being held at GIVEN VERDICT. i -
as Coates reached for one of these,, to be abandoned horsemen ueressMiL
of the of the ,
government city the Undertaking establishment for New York, April. 25.-The. New
with provision that the of Ten thousand dollars was attracted by the odor of burnIng out to warn the people to flee.
a three four
passage or days in an effort to learn damages walthe York police department officially today
the act will not deprive the Council : verdict of the Loking beneath the desk, Nearly a thousand men were'working
City the man's identity before intermentis jury in the case of began a systematic search for he ;
under existing state legislation, of made. Hammond vs. Consolidated Grocery Romano Borden, the 17.yearolddaughter saw the sizzling strings which lee on the new levee this morning'&ni '

the power to abolish or create any office The deceased appears to be of German Company al., handed in this morning of Gail Borden, the millionaire to Officials the bomb.of the He stamped out the fire at 8 o'clock', several hundred mon

by ordinance, approved by a vote decent He wu about five feet, at 9:30 o'clock. milk dealer. watch case companyand were brought in on a special tralo.
of the electors. Attorneys for the defense detectives are mystified as to how Another hundred arrived on,the United
ten inches tall and weighed about Immedl.ately Mr. Borden himself asked the policeto the
The third bill repeals the present: 190 or 200 pounds. His complexionwas gave notice of motion for a new take up the case. Various but vague bomb. was placed in the privateoffice. States steamer Gen. John Newton,

law affecting the government of the II light with blue eyes, hair light, trial, which motion) will be heard after are the clues to the young woman''a; No employees had been discharged which arrived from New Orleans will .

city, u approved on Jane 6th, 1911.Tbesd slightly streaked with gray. He was I Judge call returns from the circuit, whereabouts. Reported yesterday to threatened recently and all and there is no strike a barge load of steel sheet piling, >>. 'r
three bills hare the endorse- i holding court in Miami and appear perfectly pile driver and other equipment
evidently about forty-five years of Key West have returned to the,New Jersey sanitarium satisfied.
ment .of all three members of the gaga I t He was smooth shaven. It appears which will be in about two weeks.The where she disappeared Wednesday .'

.Drstcounty delegation, and compose I I from his hands that he had been verdjct, which was a sealed one, afternoon, it now appears that GRAFTING COP Krotz Springs Levee Breaks
the tfcird draft .'after'a.further doing manual labor recently, but at was opened and read upon conveningof the statement of her return was one GETS HIS DUES. Melville, La, April 25.-The main '

,. OO Ii tatloD' of Seaaier L'Engle'and 'the time of his death, his hands we court, the jury 'having> been out of expediency on the part of the sanitarium Special to the Sentinel- line of the Atchafalaya River east

.Bepreseafrtfrte :Ferris 'and 'Acosta,j|rather soft and tanned. reon the case since 10:26 yesterday authorities, and it is understood New York, April 25.-A sentence of bank levee just north of the Frisct
railroad bridge broke
aeti, afternoon. His clothes were of good quality and morning.The that,,neither Mr. Borden nor the from one to six years in Sing Sing this morning

.;. ,fee,l*:. mental anguish"' bill is still I dark brown ,in color. He wore a softbrown basis for the motion for new family physician, nor Mr. Borden'slawyers prison for extortion was imposed on shortly after midnight This crevasse
?':' r,"men..--i'f". UMII' in the Senate. -I ;>> number 'seven felt hat which trial is not made public. -i have the slightest idea where Policeman Thomas F, Robinson, by will Iberville flood parts of Pointe Coupee and

The arguments were conducted bad been purchase of Meyer, the Hatter This ends the third trial of this she is. Supreme Court Judge Seabury. Robinson parishes and put out of commission -
'la* yesterday and H is likely that of Mobile, Alabama. He also wore famous case. The first trial te l. A girl answering in many ways the is number two on the list of River two railroads with Mississjp- '

f\ ,dT>>eeeW.'tiii':muchlyof a N o. :16ft collar and shirt, both of in a heavy damage verdict for the description of Miss Borden, sailec policemen caught in Whitman's grafnet pi connections.

._ ., measure, will be finally'dispoeedof. which bore the laundry( marks MA. H! plaintiff, the second gave, the"plaii1-i 1 from" New York yesterday on the liner He is alleged to have been bar The towns of Latannia, Bowie, It:
vonia, Lottie and
Fordoche '
+ '< H," and "J.trt "" His gold cuff buttons tiffnominal sum for' mages a Gaci{ tU.., Todear ;up thisclue 'a fieiary-to 130,000' 'ha8h.fund'!-raised probably '
Yborne will be'inundated
/ The committee on constitu bore the initials "A. H. Has did this third trial seems to have taken wireless mesage has mn" gnt to the by the system.jJASEBALL but the damag'VIII

',tional amendments wit have a;public his ,tie pin. In a .small note book a middle, ground view of the damage captain of the vessel, not be heavy in the stretch South of

hearing on the subject of woman suffrage found in the pocket of his coat there sustained.It the places as the territory is composed

on, the,floor of the ,Home tonight is understood RESULTS IN THE largely of swamp lands.

was a railway ticket on the Alabama that the greater COAL MINE YIELDS ITS DEAD. BIG, LEAGUES.
at 8 ,o'clock, and a number of & Vicksburg Railway. It read Jack part of the deliberation of the jury ,

interesting.speeches in favor of equal son to Vicksburg and was on the question of what .. MISSISSIPPI RIVER TOWNS STILL
bore date of November sum Pittsburg, Pa., April 25.-Rescue Special to the Sentinel ....... .... '
will bo heard. should IN
citizenship J 19,1912.FLETCHER . be fixed.SOUTHERN parties working in the Cincinnati I National. -"- DANGER: ,

,Among,,the prominent Flordia women -)I mine of the -
Pittsburg New York
I Company, 0; Philadelphia, 0, (11 in- '
expected to appear are Mrs. Florence wANTS where Special to the Sentinel v w
LILUARD TO I SOCIAL WORKERS an explosion occurred Wednesday Wings, darkness.)
Cooley and :Miss Frances Ander- BE PUBLIC PRINTER. MET TODAY. afternoon, this morning brought Pittsburg, 6; Chicago, 3. Washington, April 25.-A statement ;, r
jon, of Jacksonville, while Miss Jeanette thirty-three additional issued by United States Weather Bureau '.
bodies Boston
to the 1; Brooklyn, 7.
Rankin, of Washington, who has I I Washington, D. C., April 25.-Sen- Atlanta, Ga., April 25.-To study mouth of the slope. St. Louis-Cincinnati, rain. late tonight says the condition jj

been sent, to Tallahassee from, the stun Duncan U. Fletcher, chairman othe f, and improve social, civil and economic I These were placed on a special train American. along the Mississippi river forty miler

'national head-quarters, of the EqualFranchise < Congressional joint committee on conditions in the South is the object and taken to Monongohela City, where, Philadelphia, 4; New York, 0. below New Orleans is very serious

League will also speak. printing, took the matter up with thPresident e: of the Second Southern Sociological like the eighteen recovered yesterday, Washington, 5; Boston, 4. The old levee on the left bank of the |
river '
The meeting is expected, to be ,one while the President 'was in' Congress, which met here today. This they were prepared for burial Detroit,. 0; Cleveland,' 3. has begun to give away and the

'of the most interesting of the legislative his room at the Capitol yesterday, and congress is composed of six departments Ten additional names were addedto Chicago-St Louis, rain. river fa rapidly rising. A 22 foot flood!

session. urged the President to appoint N. J.: : public health, courts and prisns the missing during the night South Atlantic. stage at New Orleans is predicted_ 7

than The House now has ,before it more jflliard, of Pensacola, Fla., to be, child welfare, organized charities, The loss of life is placed by persons Charleston, 3; Macon, 1. May Natchez tenth with 54.5 foot stage *t

four hundred and fifty bills, and Public Printer. negro problems, the church and social j at the mine at one hundred and Savannah, 5; Albany, 4. Miss.

ita calendar is fifty-nine pages thick. Senator Fletcher said after he had service. Ninety-six of the" greatest fifteen/, Jacksonville, 10; Columbus, 7. M %+

.. ,- Speaker Farris announced from the seen the President that he thought. thinkers and workers for social and As the force from the Bureau oi J DOUBLE SUICIDE. J

chair that the committee on railroads that a Southern man should be givethe civic betterment in this country are Mines penetrated further into the ASK FEDERAL AID TO FIND Special to The Sentinel
ind Tragic Ending Of the
nscheduled Lives
telegraphs wpuld consider his bill Of Twe
position.A to the
appear during the five workings during night, they were -

''enlarging the powers of he A man from the .South said the general sessions of the congress or atone able to ascertain the extent of thdamage. e Chicago, III, April 25.-Dr. W. A.' Young Lovers.
commission t8
Antwerp April 25.-An
at 8 o'clock'Tuesday old
even Senator has not held the of the five year-
position for three-hour sessions of Winters of Newcas /
ing in the hall I d., planned to man and his sweetheart .
of 19-year-old
the House of Rep young -
a hundred yei rs.n the six conferences. These are ape Whole' entries were choked with appeal to appeal toTederal authori-
tentative climbed in
to the
arm dock
ialists, men1 and women of light andlearning fallen rock, the declining system was ties to join the search for his 9yearild
Representative W. A. MacWflliams tower of Notre Dame Cathedral hem
SENATOR FLETCHER TOASTMASTEB national leaders of command completely out of commission and
daughter Katherine
who has beenmissjng
constitutional amendment today and, after a farewell embrace
resolution, AT BANQUET. ng ability, who are prepared to talk havoc was apparent in every part oi f since March 20. She is be- F
which provides that all homes actually I leaped from the balcony and a moment '
illuminatingly upon the topic assigned the workings. ed to have been
occupied by owners shall be relieved Special to Tht tatiML them. The bodies recovered were fount! kidnapped later the two bodies struck at the feet '
from taxation I New York r. Winters thinks the girl may have of a, passerby. A number of '
promises to April 25.-An elaborate It persons
: a part of the program to buried under fallen roofs, and the been brought from Indiana
bring on one of the most interesting ,banquet will be tendered the mem hold a to Chica witnessed the tragic dual suicide a
mass meeting in every South opinion was expressed by some of the go.
I contests of the session, although it has berg of the American Commission who ern college, university and city on men that all bodies that will be re- and several women fainted as the t-

been adversely reported upon. 'will study agricultural co-operatio ns afternoon I I Covered will I bodies fell through the air
Sunday April 27 (at the later be found under ST. AUGUSTINE TRADE BODY
Mr. MacWflliams and others are and rural credit systems in Europe, same hour of the great Atlanta mass masses of rock.Preparation GANIZED. BE Nearly every bone in the bodies ci

making'. a hard fight'for the adoptionof tonight at Hotel Astor. The list of meeting), to consider questions of social for the care of widows the boy and girl were fractured epos

the resolution and hope that it will speakers includes: Secretary of StateW. welfare. During that time it is and orphans of the mine victims are St Augustine, April 25.-At. a most the impact with the pavement After

'be submitted to the people. They ask J. Bryan, Secretary of the Treasury expected that on that afternoon alonemore under way, and for the present they enthusiastic meeting of the businessand an investigation, the police declare
hta voters throughout the State write William G. McAdoo professional men of St. Augustineleld that the young lovers had planned a
Secretary of people will be simultaneously assembled I- are being cared for by agents of the
their Senators and Representatives I in Agriculture David Houston, Secretary in the South for the coal company. last evening steps were taken to suicide pact when their parents tried z

favor of the measure' which put the of Commerce William .C. ,Redfield social questions than ever ,before studyof 'reorganize. the St. Augustine Board of to break. up the love affair.
burden of reaf estate taxation the Walter H. Trade on a much broader and more
on Page, Ambassador to England met for the purpose'at one time in POST MASTER GENERAL ORDERS
speculator, and not upon the home and Colonel Roosevelt. the history of the world. TRANSFER OF SAVINGS extensive scope. MAIL CLERK KILLED IN WRECK. ,

"IwnW. Senator Flecher, of Florida, will. be Leading in this crusade for social SYSTEM. The meeting was called to be held Memphis, Tenn., April 25.-As a result -

Representatives Clopton and M a toastmaster. health and righteousness in the board of trade rooms at 8 of a head-on collission betweea

;Hugh, of Escambia and Fenn and Bryant directly in the "council and participating of Washington the, April 24.-An order o'clock ,and at that hour the large assembly passenger trains Nos. 104 and 101*
transferring postal
of Santa Rosa introduced the WEATHER savings system room was well filled,
REPORT. fully north and south bound the
I war, at Atlanta, are Governor on Louift-
Hooper which since its creation has beena
State-wide fish and law Florida -: eighty prominent men of the being
game whichis Fair Saturday except of Tennessee, Governor Brown of separate bureau under the direction city ville & Nashville Railroad near Carbondale .
practically the same as that now in showers in northwest portion. Sunday I present Tenn. ,
Georgia, Governor Mann of Virginia, of the post master general, to the bureau early today, one ma
force in The meeting
Alabama, and which is ex fair. and Governor O'Neal of Alabama. of the third assistant was presided over by( was killed and several others aerioua-
peeted to pass both branches with.little Chancellor Kirkland postmaster President Meserve of the board of ly injured. A number of
Vanderbflt general effective May 1, was issued trade who passenger
opposition. ton A. Blitch providing for the closing University, President Mitchell of the by Postmaster General Burleson to briefly outlined the objectof were severely shaken up. !-

: Upon the petition of about one bun of motion picture shows and other University of South Carolina, Professor day. In the future the system will the meeting and the aims to be at Percy J. Taylor, mail clerk of'Bowling f
dyed tained. He then
citizens of the two counties, the places of amusement on Sun &,y Ellis of the University of Texas, be known as the division of postal introduced Secretary Green, Ky., killed; Engineer ;1
Boyster the
representatives had expected to fight has naturally rest with a storm of opposition E. Stagg Whitin of Columbia University savings. Palatka Zoard of Hockersmith, and Fireman ',Miller

for the passage of a local fish bill, b rat from, those who conduct the New York; Dr. Parmalee, University "Under the new managements Trade. train No. 104; ,and Engineer Black- try Y
the State-wide bill meets the needs of shows and Mr. Royster, who is one of the foremost well train '
citizens who favor their of Missouri; President Kilving said Mr. Burleson in a statement tonight No. 101, all seriously haft #,
State-wide commercial
bill meets the needs to 1 1'a operation on Sunday, while others ton Tennessee Industrial School "the operation of the secretaries in the Misreading orders is said to have

greater extent Furthermore, the) ,commend it Senator Blitch, who is Professor Potts, University of T ; in conjunction with the other system finan cotmtry:;cited the wonderful work that been the cause of the'acddent
; -
received has been
petitions from two thouaancitfcens I chairman of the temperance committee Professor Brough, University exaAr cia divisions of the department will accomplished in Palatka Both locomotives were demolished ,

some of whom had requested to which the bill was referred, has kansas; Professor Hunley, Universityof : not only,avoid the duplication off aim since the board of trade there was and the baggage cars badly damage
the passage of the local bill and Introduced organized and placed in charge
,announced that a public hearing on: Texas; Dr. DeLoach, University flar work and make possible rabstantialeconomics of a f
but will well
instead.fight for' the State-wid the bill will be given Monday morning Georgia. ; in administration, but paid commercial aecreary and he There is, an old and, rather hemelf

measure i at 8:30 o'clock. All parties interestedare will the for predicted that even greater results saying to the effect that so far u happiness
open, important improvementa
,Tile bill introduced way can be obtained
by Senator, New : requested to,appear at that tim, Subscribe for'the fTinMiii and extensions. under similar conditions :is concerned it is better to bt <'
: ,;" Augustine.J a hale ,beggar-'than' a sick king., .

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?sited. Debate in Senate Absorbs_ 4 -

f r .\1 t\:' Attention Day-U1"thief.Bert...'*Fart Topic Sdnge of EMil;r,':.;' Lord' ** &11" Br TWe a lia'; ,: M njfi.ceIJ.t Sbowipg of

wish to annoonce tooar fri ids, and.the public generally,
Tallahassee, April 25.--: tte *km .rthat '"* -X- ivr'L .?
r jay was centered upon the Senate, we have formed a partnership under the T'New Spring 4 Suits
ifere arguments* begun :::yesrdy above firm name, for a general; : .
,,upon the mental anguish bill
fi' .ire'to be reSumed: Althorigh"this l
ID:went through the House with'lit _Real Estate,.and ,Insurance '
and Dresses- :
I oppositionjttie; ght in the Senate i'I I'
)fe| proven;to be the first real battle, business and are centrally located in a ground. floor:oft oo at No. '

djheseion.Tie Ho&Thad. 47 Orange Avenue, ,(formerly occupied by Hamilton,& Dunn ..
held the attentionofpital .
visitors) and lobbyist! S ,until, Millinery. ), where we will. be pleased' to meet all our old friends wi AKE SHOWING BEAUTIFUL ASSORTMENT OF ,,'
afternoon, when the
: '1 h5e'presjerday of the ptorical, fight attracted and, to'make new ones., .,,' SILKS, AND SATINS, ALL COLORS, DRESS GOODS
.f, j.9edyjBtrgam of carious.ones to the ; :IN ALL THE LATBST PATTERNS FOR OLD' AND
.Senate chamber. : Our list of city and acreage property is surpassed by none, 'YOUNG. -WHITE:CANVAS SHOES. THE DISPLAY .

The arguments wfll. be completed and we bavesome exceptional (, COMKIND SEE Us CONTAINS ACCURATE ILLUSTRATIONS OF THE .
z .tIdayand thebill: will likely ,to.a
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ntf late in the session. I
'Wom aA'e Suf r'.le...Girosj Lord 'Bradshaw+\ IS WORTHY;THE ATTENTION-- OF EVERY ORLANDO
The'House committee i 'on ;constituAnal WOMAN. CALL IN /D ACQUAINT YOURSELFEarner's
'amendments Ia, to" which{the won 17 S. NAME AVL WUANW, FLL WITB THE mOB CHARACTEROF: OUR GARMENTS
suffrage resolution'has'been reca&nitted HHIHIIIMMIHIiillilllllMHIIIMMiiillllilliilLKfHT q AND.TBI" REASONABLE, PRICES I
fi a 'probably ,will;give'a pub- .
R 'irihearhig;on that world .absorbing
: Abject' in the House',this afternoon,
.'pd'a number wfll'present their:pleas I "
; 4r equal franchise.Mien : THE New York
''Jeanette'Rankinn of 'Washingsa I .
the advance guard of the' votes i I
} ::*r women army,'hu during a two .
.iys' canvass, won many senator] Store
dvrepresentatives over to her cause, I Bargain
?. 'vtd converts are being made daily : who use Electric Signs never Jose
'liss Rankin has the. decided advant-I their'way by choosing the wrong road to ,sue. ,
f flIP of not"being a suffragist of'the I I cess You simply cannot fail to attract new If You Would be,Posted,be a Daily.Visitor. to this.StoreShanibarter's
iflitant variety,but she brushes aside ""r J
1 IIf- Ons iousneas and, womenly re- customers if you use an Electric Sign. I acts . -.NRtiry.----
J.mtve when arguing for the cause that .likean i irresistible. magnet, drawing: i all I the -
for 'hlqdea
.3r nearest her heart and'many haveIam .. and IIII IIIIIIII llllllltllllllllllllHMIIIIIIIIItfSBCCMBorto
trade within its reach That is the
; d,her pleu'iio' be irresistible.that : : reason sundrki.
will. happen when reinforcements ,they command the attention of buyers.
. : arrive? i I 1: MSIJll[ n Oplomel st
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fmy The of only submission thing that of the stands constitu-in the : For Every Store OwnerNo J. B.'IIcKAYCONTRACTOR i ,

tinial amendment, 'to:vote of the peoj j ': ANDciUILDER. Dr. 0. P. Late
..jfe is the fact that the women of,Florife : matter how,small .his business, the Elec- .
4 < have, .not risen. in their might.and i it iweel tric Sign is the cheapest and most 'effective ',-ntelld AM Wilt.PiWlftatAnu' ..
for the privilege of equal fran- : 4
: .advertising.Phone IMie Jl eBtAM
Siise.vHowever, they r are awaken- ; .
r. ig: rapidly :and will assuredly have ; for our Sign Designer. to call and sub. Work Guruteed.
..fright-of voting within a very few (( ,im't.a. .sketch. _. ' ... ,

r jearsl,"lut as soon,as the women wish (! No Trouble to Us..-No,Expe eto :You. .HM MaBed an op to date griBdbf plot aid.\. pn- .
:*'vote,.and sty so 'in nnmistakable i pared toj*.leate.uy.Ietrte WHILE YOU WATT.
t.., hill be glad'to.vote:fa their : I MMIIIIIUIMIMtMMMELIJAH :Ale* with aI fee stock aid ,iBotrnmte ke IM te.wi .
4 'Lvor," expresses the sentiment of HAND cored tile preser,LLbook.. dating back evenlIIIIMHIttMIIIIMMIHtiMIIMiMHIIililllUM JIUI, sad '
'..tenths. 'of.the members' of both lMW ATER[ & |LIGHT|| ID : : M' U1 ef' Jl'llClitUeM wItIaeIt._.'

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JriIof- progress, in advanced ideas Philaddphia, April 26.-One of the NewiN JUST RECEIVEDACARLOADOFLIME
is farming. The boys of the country greatest aggregations of athletes ever Everything
cruder the stimulus of:the corn clubsace gathered together, compete in, the .
accomplishing much toward better several events of the nineteenth annual
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methods of farming.The Relay Carnival to beheld by *
Industrial Index which, keeps the 'University of Pennsylvania, on LACES EMBROIDERIES ., Y. y
,close tab on affairs in the South says: Franklin Field .this afternoon. 'Besides UNDERWEAR. HEADQUARTERS .. SPECIAL PRICES J
Last year the boy's corn club members i the relay teams from the lead \ .
in the Southeast grew more corn ing-colleges and preparatory, schools FOR HOUSEHOLD GOODS AND SCHOOL IN LARGE QUANTITIES II t

than, ever before and this year itii throughout the country there are I SUPPLIES.McCULLOCH'S. I Prompt Delivery. f
very likely that an even greater many colleges and preparatory schools .
amount will be produced. throughout the country there are "
These heavy yields under contest many' men entered in the special : Florida Metal Co.
conditions mark a new era in fanning events. 'One' of the star attractions .
I* the Southeast The movement has it.Bartlett, of Brown, who shows brilliantly lrMcNEIL
been gathering force for two or three ,in the shot-put and other special DEPARTMENT STORE -DAYLS' BUILDING t
jkrs. Agricultural colleges,state and i events. Bartlett is considered the II Phone 41.TheBestistheCheapest. i!
county governments;' railroads,' far- best'all round college>> athlete in the OPPOSITE POST OFFICE
seeing business interests' and, other 'country since Jim Thorpe lost that \

powers boys especially produce title because of professionalism.The .
more and more corn per,acre. Year Olympic athletes will also be CALL and BE CONVINCED ;I.
after year the record has been rais on view. Meredith runs in the Pennsylvania .
ed. Boys, who will be the farmers of freshman one mile relay "LOWEST PRICES ALWAYS

tomorrow, have been interested and. team r Ldppincott, also of Pennsylvania . ,
instructed as never before. ,'shows up in the 100 yard dash, -

This means that the production of while 'Nicholson, .of Missouir, rep- .- Jq 1 h. iETTHEBEST OF1 '..

corn in the Southeast: is to be increased resents the western college in the ,v _.. ; L- '_. -
very materially, and money will hurdles. Lii .' ----.---- '
Be keqt in this section that has been For the past several years the an- :_ \I ?a.iJJ.ts.and
ping elsewhere to ?107 for core Igt& J pual relay carnival at Pennsylvania' ff I : Vj'allPaper ,

aggregate this has*been a iargi has 'been '!lEd upon as one' of the MYCOStMarkIs' Ii - "
amount and the keeping of this money grime! events in college athletics and f THE 1912 WALL PAPER IN SAMPLES '
in; the Southeast will be important the winners of the events here are IS GRAND AND I WILL BE PLEASEDTO w
to all business. interests, ; considered the intercollegiate cham- Black
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advisability l of entering into manufacturing I school relay and special events GEO. A. BARKER PHONE'268wT .
instead of selling all her i will also be very interesting, Mer- -. 4 M
raw mate ial8' to the northern factory cersburg,,Hill, Exeter and.Lawrence-: If you want anything in the Gents'Furnishing
<.nl tben baying back
,To this end water powers are are the representatives from the Line, now is the accepted :
I icing carefully sought; out wept

;The city Augusta, Ga.t'is to have Altogether* over '50 colleges and Time Reduced Prices on all r
11,000 .additional horsepower of energy more than 100 preparatory schools e
when. the development now in pro. arl represented by their crack athe-
tress near that city by the Georgia- letes. I Il 1
Carolina Power 'Co",' is completed. \. H.. CLAflK ROBERTSON PATTERN HATS
About 15,000 'horsepower will be a' I
Every once in while some one
available by July,'1911-
intimates that we ought to 'rip some -

con- one and'up they"the back.don't' see Say why they we deserveit don't l H HNDBkGS N 8 AND N NECEAR[ AT

north of Augusta will be 2,700 feet do it Friends, we ale not in the north for the ram .-, -,- - - COaflH:
long and 25 feet high. The dam is Befwryou go
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the roasting business. Apply to a cream- don't'fil to let us send the i
Cyclopean, concrete, work! and mer, you FRANK ,
atory. If you have it in for someone --" HYEBSHannfactirer .
Sentinel It will keep
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power house, which, will..be .locatedon )
to him and fight it'out like'
go the happenings of Artildal k
the river, will be 586x60 feet thoroughly ported on : ,
August now has 15.DO of horsepower a man. Dont! ;try to mix the printerup in this section. CaB at the office and Stone, Fancy Column and (MISSES SILT & DID
and the additional 'develop in your grievances. He has some let us show yon a copy. It only OnasMBtal Week

ment ,of 'so much- power undoubtedly troubles of his own. I I costs a dollar.Snbeerfor' -.a 'j ar.I ''Livingston and, \Railroad+ :_ ,
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The Daughters of the Confederacywill ing' a thorough study of the road L .
today decorate the graves of both building proposition, with t view to : \
, the Confederate and Federal soldier getting-materials that have lasting .
dead. qualities. Clay is practically :elimi-
t In this:there is shown a beautiful nated from consideratio by all god When You Choose
spirit. The great strife is ended and authorities on the subject asunder .
noble sons have gone to rest, and it the heavy automobile traffic tofwhicii
matters not the color of the coat they all roads are now subjected clay has

h wore, brave hearts that once throbbed no staying qualities.In a Gift of Jewelry
within, have been stilled by a mightier dry weather in works, into hole
power than human war. and ruts and the suction from passing .
What we may say or do will move automobiles soon cadres! large 1r .
the marble slab above their bodies,, areas of these clay roads into the air
quite as much as they and our tears and out over homes and gardens and THEN YOU MAKE A LASTING GIFT THAT MUST
and sighs will be unheeded by them. groves to the detriment of all. Am BEAR EVERY TEST OF TIME AND JUDGMENT AND

s But in the performance of this ceremony in wet weather most any kind of a TASTE. WHEN YOU SELECT FROM THE STOCK OF
: we show forth our reverence for heavy vehicle will cut a clay streetto t
y men who will lay down their lives for pieces. EVERY PIECE,
p. what they believe to-be rightIn Modern road building must meet EVEN THE MEREST TRIFLE-IS CHOSEN BY EXPERTS -
' perpetuating their memory, we modern conditions, and this mean WHOSE KNOWLEDGE AND TASTE HAVE WON ;-
stimulate high and noble impulses in that economy demands lasting ma- RECOGNITION.THE .
the hearts of the young. Any cus- terials laid in the most skillful man- '.
tom that appeals to the best senti- BEAUTY, THE STYLE, THE WORKMANSHIP,

y !, ments that are in man and keeps pure ner.In Florida the proposition is rathera ARE ALWAS THE BEST.

_ } J. love alive, is worth' perpetuating while complex one. For conditions are EVANS' FAIR AND MODERATE PRICES ARE AS FAMOUS -
lives. such here that materials that prove AS EVANS' BEAUTIFUL AND EXCLUSIVE DESIGNS -
The floral offerings that shall be satisfactory in other states do nol ; '
laid on the graves of our soldier dead always prove so here. :.:. COMPARISON OF VALUES INVITED.T.H.Evans ., i'

today have a deeper significancethan Our deep sand for a sub grade and ..- .- ,. . .' .
many of us are able to see. These bed ,does not in itself hold paving or
w silent messages of love will direct the piking in place for any satisfactory
mind of many a youth along proper length of time, and this condition
paths and many a noble resolution will makes wood paving blocks of doubt-
lq be registered today because of this ful value unless concrete foot-;
beautiful custom. So it. is becomingthat ing was first made for the !
we pause long enough in the busy paving blocks and this would I the JewelerOPPOSITE

'y a falls of life to give attention to mean large expense. It is doubtlesstrue ,
the bugle call from across the past that creosoted blocks would
$ pay a just tribute to noble and make the most, satisfactory paving
-; unselfish deeds that still live thoughthe if they could be made to stand up in POST OFFICE

body has ,perished. I our sandy road beds.It .
looks very much like brick or .
J tn. SPEEDY SPEAKERS cement are the only wearing ma- .
terials for main thoroughfares in
Whether it is due to the speed Florida.
of the age or something else, Shell and marl are very satisfactory -
according to the dean of the reportor- on streets where. the traffic is
k corps of the national house of rep- not too heavy but these materialsare
'. members of the lower getting scarce and expensive.Our I I
of congress have increased the Street Commissioners are now ILK TOCKNGS.I! S
Y k speed at which they talk approximately -: considering a proposition of shell- :
25 per cent. This does ing the street to the cemetery and

: not mean that the maximum speed mixing. with the shell a compositionof
has been increased, but fully Salvay Granulated Chloride, which
:' fifty men in the house now talk at ahigh gives a body to the road and possess-
rate of speed when one reached ing cementing qualities, gives a
the maximum a few years ago. _Four smooth and hardened surface to the For Day
five years ago there were only two road.
other members who talked fo rapidly The manufacturers make good
7 that the stenographers had to utilizetheir claims for this material and if as they and

best efforts to keep up with say, it will give enough body to the
them, says Harper's Weekly. Former other materials to keep the road bed
} Congressman Charles Littlefield of from raveling it will be a great help EveningWear
seases.'I Maine, had the reputation of being to a shell road.
,, the fastest and steadiest talker in the The City Council amKCity Engineer ..-
house four years ago. His averagefor are using every endeavor to get hold -
four hours on one occasion was of materials that will give Orlando .
f 196 words a minute, a rate that would better streets and the citizens will
& make even some of the professional stand back of them on any: propositionthat
reporters scatter ink for yards around t will give us better and more.permanent J
Unitl Mr. Littlefield entered congressthe streets. This will. be economy
record was held by Henry U. I in the end.IMPORTANCE.
Our Personal Guarantee
of Indiana. This man talked
fast that it was necessary to use OF AGRICULTUREi
double check for accuracy-that is, Accompanies Every Pair
stenographers taking him at the Senator Gore Speaks at Dinner to
time. It is said that there was American Agricultural Com-

rejoicing among the t stenog- mission.
raphers when Mr. Johnson failed ofreelection. Senator Gore said in part:
Marion B. Ives
But in the present eon- "It is the duty of the government to
; there are several men.who talk advance the prosperity alike of agriculture -
as fast as did Mr. Johnson manufacturing and com-
._ f Indiana. Notable among them are merce. Neither should be promotedby

Martin of South Dakota, and Mr.Murray oppressing or impoverishing theother.
'( 'WO of Massachusetts. There are The benefits 'conferred upon PARLORS
others who exceed Mr. Littlefield's the one should not be attended'.with ,
The relief comes to the report corresponding burdens upon the other.
however in the slow drawl of the Neither should one be treated as an r Second FloorThere

southern representatives, some ofxrhom eldest son, entitled to the whole in- I .
> speak as slowly as eighty words heritance or permitted to enjoy the
minute. monopolized favoriteism of the,par-
= The best stenographer the house ent state. Least of all should the
ever has known was the late foundation be weakened in order to is a large reserve of poten- lichen or so called "moss," which is In this state the material is shippedto
\ Devine. How fast Devine display fretted domes and frescoed tial credit among the farmers of the common along the coast<'as far northas small gins located in various parts

actually write shorthand none ceilings.So country which, has not been made New Jersey, and which it resemblesbut along the Gulf Coast, where it is.further
ever knew. That he could main- far as agriculture is concerned available. The farmers have a right to which it is in no way related. dried, perfectly cleaned by machinery .
*in a speed of 300 words a minute both self-help and state-help have and ought to have the facilities for The common name "moss" is a mis- and baled for the market.
s beyond question, and perhaps he their legitimate spheres. The 'Government utilizing their credit. Existing credit nomer for the plant, because it is nota During the process of cleaning the
I 'the only man ever heard of who has aided in exploring and institutions must be readjustedto moss at all, but belongs to the pine- material is washed in boiling water
could fall behind a speaker a couple oflundred discovering the principles of scien- supply this need or else new institutions apple family of plants (Bromeliaceae) and soap. It is then hung out on
words and then catch up tific agriculture. The benefit of these must be provided to supply While this plant grows upon another, racks to dry and finally dusted in a
without the least difficulty. discoveries should be carried to the these wants. One.or. the other alter- it does so without deriving any nourishment fan-mill. In the operations of ginning *
tf remotest corners and to the humblest native is inevitable. We are sendinga from its host as'does a para- and cleaning it loses about 25
> SEMINOLE COUNTYIt tenants in the land. Agricultural commission to Europe to harvest the site. It is more of the nature of an per cent 'in weight. When the mOS3
if extension should leave no part of. the fruits of their experience. We are as air plant, and hangs in long festoons has passed through these processesa
is the-settled country unconquered.The . willing to import their ideas and institutions from the branches of the trees dark, coarse, tough Iber i? left,
now and
. gos- fertility of the soil is our as their goods, wares and throughout the moist regions of the which resembles horse hair. To impart -
el of the
> great state of Florida, that
? Seminole county be and is created greatest patrimony. The soil should merchandise. We are willing to South. It is generally considered thatit a uniform color ic the articleit
with all that with not be mined but should be maintained borrow light from every lamp, pro- does not interfere with the growthof is sometimes dyed jet black, and
? wet goes includingthe and conserved. Production should viding only that it will illuminateour the trees upon which it grows, except the best qualities can hardly be dis-
The nurse. has be' raised to the maximum of efficiency path and lead us in the right di- in cases where it is very abundant tinguished from horse hair. It is
governor signed the bill
a and the new county will now adjust per man and per acre. rection. We stand upon the step- t used extensively for stuffing\ mattresses -
itself to the Increased production, however, stone of a new era. Farming is a The collection of this plant is a cushions, and the like. It h us-
new and
should not be fined as offenders. Something business. The fanner is a business growing industry in the South, and rally mixed' with bora-hair.,
,i time whether alone it will be for tell better or worse, .''r. more that the law of supply and i I m D. 'His methods must be business constitutes one of the important minor There are no data at hand to show
demand is responsible for the fact methods. Let us ban the new and forest products, which is usually over i r the present annual production and con-
all o that a fifteen million bale crop of speed the old era. looked. It hangs from the brancehsof sumption, but the value, of the prepared
F Those public men and few much cotton brought $730,000,000 in 1911 the trees often within easy reach, vegetable hair in the South .
raking newspapers that are horrified and less than twelve million bales VEGETABLE HAIR INDUSTRY OF and is gathered in the time of the may safely bo estimated at about
because Secretary of State, W. J. brought $820,000,000 in J910., The THE SOU'l1l high floods when the swamps are $600,000.-Scientific American.
Bryan excluded wine from his table want of an organized market, the easily accessible by small boats. The -
when he entertained the -
foreign em- lack of concerted action is responisblefor gathering is done by negroes at intervals Snannibarger'a for
f to bassy, are certainly short on copy. Vegetable hair, or the so called bicycles aa4
the fact that more than three of seven years on the same Sundries
le o million bales of cotton were worth Spanish, long of black moss is an trees. After it is collected it is placedin if
at The Cincinnati Enquirer has just $100,000,000 million dollars less than epiphytic plant growing on a good large piles on the borders of the
discovered that if one hand and Increased must many different kinds of trees in the
arm nothing. production swamp, packed closely, and left to decay -
l long enough to reach to the sun, it: be accompanied with improved mar- : southeastern United States, West for about a month. During this Paul A.
[ and South America. The Horn
Indies largest
would be nearly seven thousand years keting facilities.. time the linear-awl-shaped leaves and
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L' before he would know that he had The farmer has been fettered by II and most tenacious kind grows: 'on the grayish scurfy, cellular tissue sur-
burnt his fingers. This is 'another the want of working capital Soil I the bald cypress in the South Atlantic rounding the firm, hair-like elstic fiber CONTRACTOR and BUILDER
one of the numerous things have increased and Gulf States. It is known botanically -
we improvement, production, I partly rot away. It is then dried
ie been anxious about for a long time. better facilities have all been handi- as Tillandsia usneoides. The thoroughly in the open air when it REPAIRING A SPECIALTY.P. .
We are glad to know the question is capped by, lack of effective credit specific name usneoides means "like 'I loses about 90 per cent of its weight. Box
'h a I I I finally settled., amongst the farmers. R Usnea," a generic name of ,a gray 624 Orlando, Fla.


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made suits. We have the Enf- .t
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customers say that we and we guarantee you a fit, or I i

have the knack of picking out no pay. In fact we have the if-

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

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

and the English-American |
want to show you how well peo- .
pie know how to make the
MEN: FOR WOMEN: FOR CHILDREN we live up to our reputation. Clothes.

Here are both soft and laundered Every piece of goods shown la
1 Coat Shirts with plain and our line is guaranteed to be aS
pleated bosoms. Some with wool and they are beauties.
Look them if
French cuffs-some with attached over, even yot
SHE ECONOMICAL, SHE WOULD BUY OUR SHOES AND don't buy. We win be glad to j
soft collars all representing
HOSE; THEY .WEAR A LONG TIME, AND, QUALITY I the most artistic color effects show them to you. These suite .j
CONSIDERED, OUR PRICES ARE LOWER. WHEN YOU are lower in price than most ,of
ii i in solid and fancy patterns Materials the "hand me down" ready made
of,fine Percales, Madras suits you get in other stores, and
and, Solseite. they wear'twice as long. Examine :


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Mr. and Mrs. D. 0. Maynard, who Mrs. Johnson Morton, who has been AT THE BAPTIST PASTORIUM. BASEBALL. j YOUNG MAN IN TROUBLE i:
have been in the''city for several aguest at the Tremont for some t' I! .

THE WADE TUNER weeks, left last night for their homein weeks past, left for her home in; Last night a merry crowd of young The players on the 0. H. S. base ball Marshal Smith, in response to a

ORLANDO FLA. Louisville, Ky. Springfield' Ohio, yesterday. She will j j people assembled at the Baptist pasitorium team are at a loss to know who is the telegram from Paxton, Ga., Thurs- I

go by boat from Sanford. Mrs. Morton -!1 and spent a most enjoyable Jonah on the nine after they have day arrested a young man by the
Mr. J. J.. Kimball, of Glens Fall's, is well pleased. with her stay inii i social evening. The occasion being been defeated for the fourth time out name of Tom Waters, who was charged

who owns a fine property h. Orlando, the city, |{the planning of the Baraca class, who of the last five' games played. with stealing. The young nine |

Mr. Asa Wilson has left for hishnme ,I and spends his winter her,. has, with (entertained the Philatheai at a chicken The High School team of Plant City was only about twenty years ok\\ and

in Norwood, 0.' his ,family font to their northernj Mrs. F. P. Grant and mdther, Mrs. pillau. put it over the boys yesterday after- had been here about % Wt ejfj. .'f"f

V ,_ home for the. TOramw x.- Galley and Mrs. Emma Tippins left ) Mrs. M. 0, Overstreet is teacher of noon to the tune of 15 to 7. Barry, the Marshal Smith fc\J9.d\ ft* young( !

1 YB.. L. Baldwin was in the city yesterday ,\ ,." last night for their home in Charlevi,,,the ypung.ladjes* class and Miss Eu second_baseman, and Jones. first ha'ea njrit on Qw\f$ ivsnue and took him 1

'on business. ,,*' The various church organizationsof Penn., They hope to return to Orlando nice DeLaney tether of the Baracas.. starred for Plant City In batting, into custody until the arrival of the r.I .

Orlando are cordially invited to join next fall The Sentinel will be j] There are about twenty-five mem- while Stet'@ns starred bthind the bat deputy sheriff from Georgia who took i

D. J. Francis, of Kissimmee-V i is registered the Baptist church in their special a weekly visitor to their northern. bers in each class and it was a happy The local boys put up some tpod I him back to Paxton. . ':

at the San Juan. meetings which are for the goad! Of 1 home, during their stay north, I f company of young people. I plays but could do nothing with! !Jh$ _ J
man and the glory of God.. -.T use ariu'lawn balls Thomas them. The P
: were nicely illuminated gave entire -Ii "THE CITY BEAUTIFUL" }
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Mrs. Olive A. Hays is off to New Mr. and Mrs. 9.K..Walling who have and presented .a very pret- I I infield played fine ball, but tHe 'l'l'
'York for' summer. Mrs. R. S. Davies, and Master .- i I iiIIaehed
City the been spending the winter at various, 'ty picture. tB@d'wu} sadly 1l liCtod.! lade This phrase In theinind9

Robert, formerly of this city, but noto points in Orange county left yeStw-I| The young ladies and geriUeffigfl i ef fifid Mu'sselwhite burg1 ril d tel.fit of any people to campaigns6f _:

Mrs. LT. Feinbarg has gone I residents- of Leesburg, are in the city I II day for their home in Connecticut J these two classes, we are certain aft lewufe; ifi spit*? of the good pegging tffltlfltffitolity, In which burdens0me .
AlL for'an extended I for a few day's stay, the guests of 1
Birmingham ;
Mrs. J. N.Jeffers Robinson They are so well pleased that they,thoughtful young people, for they re di Stevens'; Manager Way also mad addition (t8 the tax rate are :
Jisit._ on avenue. will return next fall and establisha membered the lonely night force by several ritIt catches at second. The made on the plea of a beauty that

.--- \ and permanent home in Orlando. sending a goodly supply of pillau and boys gfcoV' :tf decided improvement in proves costly.Nevertheless. J
}In. R. N. Mann returned Mr., Mrs. Thomas Wyant, of :
yesterday i|11 coffee over to the Sentinel their
Baltimore been office abouthe"time t i iI playiand with a little en- in more places than fever
from short vacation in ,' MA, have spendinga
a spent the boys began to feel lank. couragement practice, ought to before the advent of the
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DeLand. few days in the city and are so fa Mr. J. R. J. Swan, representing the'
We appreciate their kindness and, make a good team season is seeing movements for cleaner
vorably,impressed with the place that I Columbia Paint and Varinsh Co., of {
above all, the friendly call The following is the lineup of the back yards, prizes for good garden-
Misses Cora and Lucy Todd have e they declare they will spend next win Cleveland, Ohio, was in the city yesterday -I l God bless the young people. two teams ing and disposition o feyesores. '
1'eturned.tO Brownsville, Pa., for. tb Csummerr' ter here., and sold_a good bill of goods j t
Plant City-To Robinson, e.; Hinton, A business map Wears good clothes
: 1 i"--- ""; ,- ,-, .... s:_ 'I9 ro, 't- He has been all over -the sinkand j
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I. CARD OF THANKS ss.; Hull, 3b.; Jones, If.; Thomas,p.; because he wants ,to give an impression -
: Frank:; B. Stealey and wife, who'I says he is much impressed with Orlando \
Mr. H.. L Futch ,who has spentseveral I have been;traveling over Florida looking and would like to make his'I Etevens, c. of neatness, and success. A town '
... We wish to thank our friends and 0. H. S.-G, Mayer, 3b.; J. Mus- that allows its streets to be litered "I
for location for home here. I
winter home
: days In the city, has to a ,
Columbus gone have settled Orlando the f IJ neighbors for their many acts of selwhite, cf.; Ferris, c.; P.,Mayer, rf.; with waste paper and its back yards
Ga. upon as j
iI I i have r kindness and sympathy during our Chamberlain, lb.; Way, 2b.; Yowell,. with ash barrels looks like a town I.
: I property Mr. E. J. Cadieu, who was formerly ,recent bereavement through the death If.; Dolive, p.; Palmer, p. that is Saving a hard time to keep up I
J. P. Price, of Mt Dora, arrived in i to which they will return next Oct- a resident of Orlando,'but now located Batteries with its
of Plant
( our father, Neal W, Waterman, : City-Thomas and competitors.
'Orlando yesterday and circulated I obre. at New Smyrna, is in the city among ,also for the many beautiful flowers Stevens; 0. H. S.-Dolive, Mayer and Spring should be a time of publicas i

among hn friends: : I I : friends. The. boomerangic action is and, to the Physician, Matron and Ferris. well as' of private housecleaning. _t
Mr. and '
Timothy Jones of
a sure thing in reference to those outgoing
Let the
nurses of the Florida street employes that
Sanitarium whoso see ugly *
Mr.J. A. --Castlen, one of Orlando's"highly i Denver, Colorado, who have been tour from Orlando and it is with litter is |
picked out of
the I
to him through But
respected winter residents, has ing Florida are on their homewardtrip pleasure that the friends of Mr. Ca- ATTENTION ODD FELLOWS!
]his last illness goes out our sincerest why need people expect Public em. I
gone: to spot, K., for the summer.I and stopped off yesterday to see dieu welcome his return.. ployes to do
gratitude. everything them
Orlando. I Orlando Lodge No. 20 will cele- ? If
They were delighted with 0 __ ___ _
Mr. and Mrs. J. Walter Rex.IR. you see a piece of litter in front of
Mrs. Lucy A.-cb'ndler, who has; I'the city and may become interested brate the Ninety-fourth Anniversaryof f
Mr. Herman Hillman, of Orando's your house, why not pick it
one up your
I in real American Odd
been spending the winter in the city estate. Fellowship their self? J
has left for her home in Roxbury, l most active real estate investors ) CHALFANT GOES NORTH hall over Dickson & Ives store on Monday i
Mass. Mr. A. M. Callis and wife and Mrs. with his wife, have gone .to I evening April 28th, at eight t
E. H. Ceas leave Monday for their their home at Ridgewood, N. J., where Mr. S. B. Chalfant left last nightat ,o'clock.A Subscribe for the Sentinel .i

home in Milan, Michigan. They have they will spend the summer. Mr. Hillman 12:03 for Jacksonville, where he nice program has been arrangedand t
Mr. W. J. Webber for the
; agent is the owner of some very valuable will take the boat Suwanee.for Baltimore a general good time
bought a ,home in. Orlando and will is expected. MM1
Singer Sewing Machine Company, left return early .next fall. The Sentinel suburban property in this city thence by rail to his old homeat Music, speeches and refreshments. HMMIilMSKVENS 1i i

yesterday east coast on a business visit to the will keep them informed on Orlando's and has been a long time resident of Brownville, Pa. Mr. Chalfant will All members of the order will meet-

happenings during their absence.. Orlando. be gone all summer, and hopes to be promptly at seven-thirty to that the:
.l able to close out all his interests lodge can be opened and closed by i Autos For Rent t. at J
Miss Henrietta' Marble and Mrs. Mr. J. W. Gaines who came to Orlando The Standard barber shop believes north and when he returns to Orlandoit eight All Rebekabs are cordially in

Sadie M. Quigley, who have. spent the from Kentucky last fall and in maintaining the best possible son will be with the purpose of making vited. I II Any Hoar
the old Kentucky home in OwensboJO. Pine Loch, where he is now residing .ate sparing no means that win contribute Mr. Chalfant has been a resident ot J. E. AMOLD, I Seven "
: ) has purchased a nice tract of to the comfort and welfare of Orlandofor, several years and has F. A. EATON, 1 Passenger .:
,land of twelve acres neat the lake their patrons. Mr. A. Lucius is an I tried it out and like many others decides J. T. DALE ranu l
Remember that the Sentinel is ever I I which he will convert into an orange :artist in his line, and is endeavoringto to stay with it. ; 1

ready to do your job printing and grove and home. It is a beautiful : give Orlando a barber shop equalto i I Eggs and potatoes are very considerably ia '1 1RMe
can guarantee perfect satisfaction.. J I site. 'the best in the state., Subscribe for the Sentinel cheaper, now than usual at this a Car. i {

time of year, but we don't notice any Cheapest Rates IB Ten

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: THE DUKE'S DILEMMA" . . . . . : . . .. . Edison j .J
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Be sure to enjoy this special treat at the Grand. A pro- :

PIdares Charged Batty. gram of unusual merit and interest. ''"The Duke's Dilemma" is : NAINSOOK FOR LONG, :'
B. V. D. (
a comedy that will find human echoes in many hearts and is : :I ,PETER BILL' SHORT, ..
most amusing. "The Hero of Little Italy" is exciting with a : :! SLIM andSTOUT r

FIRST SHOW, / < 7.15 ,P.M' climax that is concrete in action and almost breathless. "Alixe"SECOND I GAUZE BALBRIGGAN MEN

is one of the great picture in which Helen Gardner known to
SHOW 8.I5 P.M and s
Orlando people as bars..D. C. Pell is cast in the leading role. : POROSKNIT At 5 0 C. per garment

Among the many good thing the Licensed Comments have to :
say of this pictrue are these: "In her role, Helen Gardner :
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I:1e KEEP,. . HISTORY. ..v., .. STRAIGHT. Sentinel" Deferring. to the protective BU'e1NZSJ'OSTIRBBreit iHitttuiit1i itti tt t -... r "
tariff ,oJt 1816, if'was idled in '
t )]Editor'Sen'tinelf You and r aver substance it was.forced ..... (.... adieu 6
than upon i) weajrd after 10 .
baji ODM Tipoh,artimfr-though':prob- the country 1 by1>> the New England mid _benm in.the OO e'doek.Late .....:d . _
'aUynot,.. at 1 L the..same,..time--tn we slates (and other 'northern' sections to_ colmtiTt*. : ,

can.,.u atbat<;<< : the'J fact'".,that we ,used>*. to and,,opposed by.' the .South.. I have BooMer of,;fire Unes,.or lestiapoiiBiNly -
seep lots of ri thin die woods to mislaid the article and.can not quote 80 boaoff'; 25
nwegs't "! | cento; three times i
t hoot at"h ,;'gun'along; the'euct'language, but is substance six' daily and one:weekly editions)

Irf these Ut raja of my second boy it'...'. reVerSe of. the,trUth as to ;LOO; one month, $3.00. -

hood I'see lots of things would liketosnootat the enaftoent: of 18M. imintU
FOB;. .SALE Fair. '
heavy moles-
; -. "but they are in thenewsrpapers ; To set. /frtb tne'tretfc of the'matter sound, thoroughly reliable. Finest
and not in the woods.; I quote a'lete''' '' paragrapfe from ;Edwin gray team in Orange- county.,$550.Write .

Having been .an. editorial: !. pencil- Emersoa' History, of the, Nineteenth owner, G. M. Hord. Oakland,'
Rusher it is'hard to' resisl the temp Century, .' -1iiIan book. Florida.:- 4-22 J, 3t.
tation to' write" something a' little1 ': '
M He says in' the'psgcs's saliziDi the '
poked when'I,read articles contain- events of the year 181: FOR with'SALE large;Orange',frontJot trees.; Good covered'to? Si-liA jvil.

: faf;radical',mistakes as to important "In America.the depressionof commerce cation;;;size 6&3 feet ,frond'200 '

historic or. _political questions... Please l and'i industry resulting from feet 'deep- 900.' Cash or tewitJi '
41 olio;: nit to, cite, a .couple of radicaleriois the'war, with England'(1.112-14)) continued backJfyou ai guaianUi,are >diuppointedrat of :.your'nidney: SJ.I.ELU

I noted within the last fewdays unabated. To !relieve the sit: the'endof one year.. Carl :Dann 1

.A : nation Secretary.of Jie,Treasury, Real Estate; Co.. ,4-22.3t .t! :iJ/1
A< !weH-writteri editorial in $e A. J.: Dallas, -{>>r posef'the chartering A
n.etUnion, of Jacksonville |aty national bgnkf and read- FOR HIREy-Nice: seYen' passenger
pf 'pew a touring car.. Large and roomy.
elglling the patriotic, spirit,,of, t$, /Hl&StBt! rf the tariff by:,the. imposi-! -20 tf J; MAGRUDER.

r Southern colonies in thf*WfTerolotlon 9(,th. lion of higher dotien. The tariff policy BUY -..lot in Thornton Park; a nice

ai- contained, .th ei 'oneons of Madison \\-IS. sustained by the suburb in east part of the city. Carl : .

statement that when a British army Southern party, and opposed by the .T.enftpri' .. . I
.r wa-landed.,forF the subjugation of federalists, especially in New England ,- ..-.'. .
OAg HILL is the beautiful subdivision ,, ,> '.. :4 '
..1! : w England Gin. George Washing to the Northeast of the city and . ,', ., .,,
ton l led an Army across the Potomac "Thus it became more a question of J.', still: have some choice lots there.. : .. -'

aiuhmjrched to the relief of.Boston.It sectional interest than of .ab d Carl,' Jensen.- -

astounded me to read such I a gross stract political economy. The capital ;i ,WANTED-A position. as manager,
blunder 1ft l an ably- dited daily paper of' New England Was, invested i .e .retaken and collector for nonresident n.1 i ,

and! was surprised that no other shipping, so the exclusion of articles property owners. By.man 0experience -
referred to the who can give it dose at Run 6,000 miles perfect
paper matter.
of foreign production was bound to. tention. Address. Collector, Sentinel ,
To keep history straight let.us notea injure by a high tariff the New'Eng 4- !' '

few well attested historic facts. In land carrying trade. Oh its part the i
FOR SALE-New seven-roon house, diti n'' Car complete not defect.
<, June 1775, Cot George Washingtonwas South sought to establish a home with all modem fmp vements. a

:a delegate from Virginia in the market for its cotton-: ,almost the 3,000. Will take automobile in part

Colonial : Congress assembled at only staple of the Gulf states. Efforts pay. Address Owner, care Sentinel Am leaving Orlando. Must S ell.lllllillllllllllU

'r' Philadelphia In providing for theorganization'"of were made to encourage the .
WANTED business partner in a
a continental army manufacture of the coarse cotton fabrics 'manufacturing business with ->well
;, Col:, Washington was unanimously which ,were' indiSpenaible'to the established trade. Need.more capital < .
elected commander in-chief with the laborers of that'region: The free and'will take.partner or will,make a ., '
rank, of,General,. with a well chosen trade party led Daniel Webster stock company with $15,000 to, $2000 ,-

eta!!. of Major Generals and Brigadiers and the: ,was tariff party by by Calhoun."- excellent capital condition.Plant up Address to date and Manufacturer in- ; : ::: ::i 1; .,: ; : ::, / ,

The result was a crisis in New England in care of Sentinel 'f tf : ,

He was directed to proceed early that paralyzed the flourishing - , .. . ,
FOR RENT Furnished, my cottage L'-:"-- "
as possible .to' assume command of seaports 'on :the coast and built '
up! on Lucerne Circle. Jas. A. Knox
the ,. .. .
unorganized '
militia -- .
then be '
manufacturing industries In' Idan .. ,
leaguering, the. British. regulars i chester,. Lowell, Fall River and other FOB RENT-New five,room cottage ." -
; Boston. ,farniahed for the summer on'the
Accepting the .commission places
the rivers where
on water
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north bank of Likb"Conoogfng rrl':-Cao d -- ..
GenerifWasliington.left "
Philadelphia power was available. t and we,of.boat No childrencafl
June, 21stp on horseback, accompanied -The tariff thus passed under the at Sentinel office. 18-10t .

By .General Schuyler of, New York, leadership, of Clay was a great stim- ,
FOR SALE-Overstreet
and General Charles Lee, and esco rtuiant to industry and in TurpentineCompany's '
? that
: "
(,by V local cavalry troop from Philadelphia , the first American rolling mill,year and Sentinel Office.Stock. Inquire at 2 -6l'the ,; , :\ SEE .

fo New 'York. General plant for producing iron ore were . ? *" ,', ' : '* ,

Schuyle'f was assigned to the command built at Red Stone Bank in Pennsylvania ,FOR SALE-At half price, for cash. ij l "; '1 .

of the New: : York militia.. and ,these were the progen i,- New.upright scales, cost piano, $85.cost $400.Platform Computing Cook Automobile :

Washington:: and 'Lee, with theiraids tors of the great steel and iron co r- scales, cost $15. also four'show case, Co.

and ,small local. escorts pushedon :,, porations of today. eight fine'Durock and Berkshire three
to Boston 'th& months pigs First. class two y eatilt
new In 1828 the last
commanderinkiiief during year of old mule colt Address
___'" .... ... assumed'formal_ _ com-, John_ Quincy Adams' administration, Office. L Orlando Florida
> mana. or me new,England. armies on there was another revision of the ,
:A July, 3, 1775. I FOR RENT-Flat of five rooms on
On.their.journeyfrom- .
;tariff iri increase of its
,; 'an Main street near Lake Lucerne with
Philadelphia to Boston Washington I I protective features. In that contest all modern conveniences; Firstfloor 'ltH.'Mllilllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllfl, ,
I received dispatches relating ito the the extremist of the North and South reasonable rent Apply Sen- .. I
battle fought at Bunker Hill on June 1 I reersed'their former positions, and tinel office. 4-26"'- 3t IMHMMIMMM' . .

19th., The,army' of patriots at, Bos- led by Daniel Webster, New England ESTRAY:-I have taken up as an I
ton were aU untjairied volunteers from advocated the protective system, estray one Dunn Cow with( few
For the Ladies
the New England colonies. while the extreme South, led by Calhoun white'spots.. Crop upper and under TE OAKLAND of Orlando
In the. personal make-up of that bit, in one ear; crop bolt in the other
demanded free trade. Henry "
ear. Brand single 0" J. G. Lee, DEMONSTRATION;
array Virginia contributed one man- Clay was a consistent advocate of Pine Castle; Fla. tf
the commander-in-cl: hief, and of him It protection in all these contests. And If yon have any combings don't throw them away. i

{ may" be justiy'said he was a full even General Jackson FOR SALE-20 choice Rhode Island TflEAR You have in your city, L Gold, a manufacturer of hair goods,
a measure
equivalent of 'of gave hens with rooster. Also 40 young at Dade City, Fla., but recently from Chicago where
an army ten thousand of support to that national policy. chickens and good cow. Also a you
s< : and THAT EVERYBODY can bring your combings and have a switch braid transformation
men, that Js glory enough For a better understanding, of this nearly new wagon. -
for a,single colony',to. claim. matter'read cribners History of the Wm. L. CORYELL | or any piece of hair work- you would like to have ,
% 4-20 tf 201 Concord avenue West. TAIlING made from
_Washington afterward led an army United States, edited by Wm. Cullen JoO- . .
of continental seasoned veterans standard I FOR RENT-Three fine rooms for $1.50 to $2M
Bryant, or any of the histories -
.across the Potomac to, relieve Virginia of our country.It .. light house-keeping Second floor ABOUT { Abo carry a large line of finest.quality French cut hair,
'and capture Cornwall : with bath and toilet City water which we make to order to match. We demonstrate the work
I is well to keep history straight. with veranda. Also after June 1st
r Another ,departure form. historic! Yours, respectfully, lower floor'consisting of s C"rooms. ASK FOR BEMftNSTIATION every afternoon from 2 to 5. Also carry a large line of sani

'Verily Was noted in an article recently! JOHN R. SAGE. Furnished both well and city waterin tary hair goods. Switches, 1J4 oz., 50c1/., 10 and 20

published in the generally accurate r Orlando, April 25, 1913. house. Wm.,L. CORYELL; SEE ins. long, $1; 2 oz., 24 ins. long 1.50; 2'/2 oz., 26 ins long 2.25
4.20 tf 201 Concord WestFOR
avenue I
WE MATCH ALL SHADES. Silk hair nets 86 ins
------ --- -- ="-=------- ; RENT-Four room cottage fur-I'' MAGRUDEJROYAL long, Ie. Donf faD to can during this week for our low

r 0vr nished, Concord Park, one block II prices. Goods on display at
from Orange Ave. $10.00 per month. I

: Inquire Wm. Coryell,.Apr.27 Concord May4-ll Ave. I F. N. BOAKDMAN

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Everything new individual BUSINESS COLLEGEMODERN

electric attachments at every
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t chair. No itone has been left'untumed
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Your athlete demand free.play boot for the Hauling of all kinds, and plow- meet th, requirements of the COURSES IN

.bones and muscles of bit feet-The Gotham is 1 most palti u1ar. Plenty of
looked after
ing carefully room. Courteous attendants.
: an athletic last ELIJAH WHITEHEAD, Single and Double Entry Bookkeeping. Corporation ,

Are you one of these men who have a pretty definite I Proprietor.Orange I Bookkeeping, Banking, Shorthand,
x idea of: what they,want in a shoe ? "Hang the styles," GIVE USA TRIAL .
Ave Orlando, Fla. I Commercial Law
"Give Typewriting, Penmanship, ,
I say, you.; me a good natural shape, with
r' plenty of toe Loom and a sensibly rounded toe." If I Commercial Arithmetic, Spelling and all

you say that to a salesman, you are pretty sure to get I
Branches of Civil Service.
one of the handsomest shoes in the Regal line- the I ---- I t tI
it Gotham. This When you want any of the I '
shape was good ten years ago and
win be popular ten years hence. It comes as near EMERGENCY SUPPLIES 1"\\ I DAY AND NIGHT CLASSES

being right as any shoe that was ever builtGotham ,
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.._ rested the French invaders. '
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'Tbe most Appalling appelllnglaccldefit'fo>AfeU nt; bas t J Duality Style

.try was tkfr full_of a BonanlanjpMtfeatfejn : ,
: Ihe Jlme of THarfra, Fifty B.' Salomon ''Orlando

..tbeuand" 'ipeeplt were.' en" ;,.*. \t&. I $* \-.4| - U HU -!< : Price, -and ;then choose '

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In Italy,"In Norwaj and la FrancejBJUpletf ..

''feeing are tbej/famJUartWtth.\hjrian build their nesfcctese r.CJsd- Suites._:UMiviW fills $12IW.H. 3a z

;to the roadside 'and{not..farfrom the 7 TWRcswces over Thte.4aarlers.1alIIflei. Orlando, Florida i
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be Prussian subjects, twenty-four y 1
.years of age and must haveeIged'Int April, 1IU, 1I1J-TW_Stt.of c Let Us'R9Iate Your Witch :

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.ad raptlTsdJM; assistance ftott :pob-!

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jt the following < ,
property.qiialiie-: .
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.Malts,,conduct a retpX! Jra4e.,wkh'at I I i t
blast two'uslstanti or hare'u annul : i R160UBCI8fral ; \

eaoe of 1.200 marks $280.60). I : .
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,Kjf, bMldM ipolll&g the Bbroldtred UAIILITIM 9
.doth beoMth. If tee MDdltMn put .

,to the icebox ,(close to the. lw)/a for o.IW' Nell .....II II,,$100,000,0/ FANCY AND STAPLE GROCERIES NEW AND

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I IHtlllJI I Wi Gin .Oar Person! AtttnUon to Our CvHHMn aMGlll'lltM' :'
Gnat Likn Feeden. MMIMMMHMt
TIM itrN&ii driloiog Into the Gnat SitWtctlon ud Pro.pt Delivery

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The Pint leek CataleguaThe I -

tint book catalogue wu Issued Dopoaito Aprfl 4. UII.11 ,...|...."..,IIalel I Subtler Bros., .ProprietorsTHE .
IB 1004 In Augiburg Germany, bloD. .
D ooHi Aiffl
George Wilier It wu I of jOur
quarto i
nineteen pages and recorded the title ,iltm giTatMmt, iW. 1M Ceaty Depeusy IaKew II l! aye ,.....,.Tl, IhNSLENS 111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111,. T

of 960 books arranged ID clams .
Hand' lists or posters were printed U .. 0 0 .,..- H. H. :P. STRAIGHT
tarty as 1468 by Jonathan Mental (or ,
.,Mentelin) of Btrasaburg, who printed ,.

.J.',tie: first edition. of>1 the BlhJe In 1465 or . . ;.- .. '.. For Sale at aD CIgarBtelM I '
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4498 Tbe'iret.atilogib: lafeftadJWM < ... -
printed in 159S by John Wlndet Oriude s Newwt Char Ibde.te driaafe.Hayaaa . :

,fer Andrew> Hannsell'a bookseller.- -- < W. M. aid, Florida Wrappers .. '

Abeelute Z..... Try OM t1e:: ,Coiriiee4 '

Absolute aero, the point at which .
{tfcere Is no heat whatever, has been HERMAN ,, FINDER M' '
;Allied by scientists at 273 degrees be- ., f'i r

aero O, or about 530 degrees be- 212 South Orange
dew cero F. New Spring Stock is Coming In.

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y Y
A Curftut, qtsL t : Aadwewffltffytoyyia.ChoiccSelectiMiofHifhChflBGooda. 1 DID YOU 'BUTT

Among the cdrfcttaes:tor which pat .:;IN,DRY GOODS,'ALL iTH-STAPLE SAM) USEFUL r EOscar1Iand .
.tots wen granted In the early lift of '
the firearm was a "revolrlnf plato, a : I overheard.ar poadneat.hsrdwara
Alta inventor ansaechanlsm Enr11ahman1D HOSIERY IN SILK LISLE AND COTTON, aria th:Maay:'AcBargains : dealer eye tail morainf to.a .. .

x.....,1.rrr--...DlA tr.: ",t tWa.-* ._that.A t__he "ee... .dast6at- .( .JV! M U... - i' ;. Son MDt.... f4 Ortaaftv I I...r: r
permit. the use of squareijtallffe n. : I 1 & bbN1btJU: &tt.1JUOJ tad 6Ap'Girt

?ZfcUlsa tafi sjalnst fnd)Chrisdana.,thf[!l'npku4"lIIImftii" "i' Six Days(in:Event Week SaccMstro; U & Hand. IJ' for At aD thi Orl.:1IftrII.flute" he Wbmd'Vl. .1teikel Maid y z

aN_I..ltD.o..a. ...t.2$1.0'pMaa
Preparing Cauliflower. We carry all the time'.krn stock ef SHOES el the best FULL LINE .OF .COWL, sthftlw load ......

Always put a cauliflower In plain w% .Makes aid icwert atylet MEIfS SHOES.CKADDOCK f>.PLITI..BOUSl..rpa.. ., .". .w hi.I ,&lid twenty iere. tcaele lit
'ter to draw out Insect If WOES 1 ....per.'ud, l gip'I& tWWhat
"'t is the water kills the
pjacedjba! jt
ane sleet id the1, tIthe
;insea they
\ablt. *.- COME IN. Alf D .SEE Us1;. "1M." tIIat. ,Geld... .. ...
;; . .. ;. .' SCHLOSS DDNI.;FINE SUITS MEN at $15.00. $20. \'.i...,,*;, ,. .v ...- ..'.-(; n 'jmumla I1gtsoj otat'prolt.bad Yoa' ,...... y
fee seets
.Life In Fir and lot $2Lli:aif$30.W are; apeiifeaocd STYLE FIT ,ANT ....' : Uj.i'"U,' tIiII."' .t on)'.' sota..

The human organism Is able to bear (QUALITY, . stock, without Ii..O yeti!IL

.jltfrtH of beat and of cold that Ire0n1ab1Dr. LORD BALTIMORE BOYS'" SUITS WILL BE.SURE TO UM Omit CMrt ....dI JUIdaI'Clredt. Orlando If wo or hare not_pet bout ...

Sir George Nares and PLEASE YOU.W. Orange Cmtr, rtorlte-AUl. ,.for Opera M lp jr' <
Jthost who accompanied him on his arcs PtrUtkt: .f Uni
aria travels endured ) ,_ sill
during forty-elfht I :
)nra a temperature of 79 degrees be- ;. >>, .> ,wit L.,. WoocI' BUI for Par can loaetlng.that wfi
c '\ < < ,, n titlon of Lend. main yon moa r, but ww fold ...
I- tro. Fish, reptiles and insects < Clara L.Wiggins ct ak 1q..lwQI.j -bai'tt., .
may be frown without tvind&f any To Oeorgia\,8.. King, Boaalit DuBoM John ':r.u... wo no.. "
A. 'Mortlmw MeRaa, Douglas Me S
yslcuf of distress, provided that the M. SLEMONS ..uc!.John A. McBaa, JnlortIt CAlL
MAanft be effected gradually, and tubMQutntly appears from the sworn Amended Bfll Oleo Oft Diduoa OJlvesOOia
1. al lathe abort entitled caw, that' A.' F. Olin Af..90. Orlando,,!la
return to their normal exstta to the Mitoltor-for,Auto L. Atwood, UIt com'pUlnaat .TIIt ..j; DdV '
.without rlwtnt say ill eftcts.Only'a ia tilt laid Amended Bill that the .. .,
It -' -- dtfcndanU of the aaid amadtd bUl lilt all Or" bow -Jt'JOG do 1It,'ally
& 1
... "
non-r.eldena of tilt State of FJorlcla.cb -.
'' tf TI..... 1 1/ S 1 S/ S 1 1 1 of then'ova SI r an'of aft,'ud that there
y to BO within tit State of Florida.
The late John M. Palmer wu out of 1 C UNDERTAKER .ARMSTRONGThe .trrlet; oa whom would bind ur! of laiddrfteduto ,
40M wits of public life. When be rtvliTtd KEEPING roamed la taW aatndtd bill aid
from the senate ht wu not distorattd. THE IMPORTANCE OF UIhe, mptcthrt pl&c. of rwidnet of i
) but said "I come into tub. POSTED ARTISTIC PICTURE FRAMER of Orlando | towitt tht MTtral GtorrIa Mid.B.'dtftndaita. Ktor .1M..t art u SBWUM' followi,,
Ise tea ttrs ID UlnoU." 'I T IB....| Rotalto DuBoM at Kor atoll,
gloat;every y J
; have 'I .PIN 8T E8T'1RNEWYOUBOSrON Xorta,I CaroIIaa I 'Joh A. McRw,' Mortimer
I, "How many thing wt MeXu ,Doofflai McBat ud John A. McEw, ThAIJ1
",, fene With a Hletery. proposed to do,how many planned .! Jmior Yon,in'in tbtrttort midt at ordered Wathiaftoa to appear D. C.to this THE ONE(CIGAR
] At the prison of 8t PaoTs, at Lyons yet how wt loiter in our noblest' BUI OaMONDAY.
Albert Is.a curiou collection ofjpens.jiktf be always 'i THX 2ND,.DAY OF;JUNE, UII.
purposes may tilt umt brings nit day of this CourtIt '
Ire Us pee wttla which the sze- successful 1I'ou do.but,set.out *I Lr to further ordered that this notice litpablla. EVERYBODY LIKES
welere nan signed the rsgidatlon.iseelpU ; .1 .... for four metmtn wwM, ia the :j
',well aitti4let your thoughts and South Florida Sestina, a ntwipaptr poblbbwiia I
for the prisoners banded over
Onut County Florida
right* I
Jle them to be ffuHlotined. At each! eze practice'proceed gponthe Wltatn B. L.Robinson, Clerk of said .
''tCBtk a fresh,pen Is used for the pur- ,method" ?1 AND ALL of Court April and, A.tht D.,1tll.teal thertof. this the 24th day I

,poss and the Ink s.j! tto; dry o.@on It; ;You"havt often made t up )your-j' I Nert era ail Etstera PtliliRutfml B. M ROBINSON Clerk, 'HAWLEY'SSTRAIGHTS
something for the 'I By M A. Howard D. C.
mind to buy Arthur F. Odlln
Twins. . person or the_home, but have put *: and Healthfmt Sea Voyait Solicitor for Complainant
r Twins are extremely rare among Indlans I time to time."*1 "
from 6200-Ton
off doing so en Modern StlSteamthips .
and aboriginal peoples generally .- week. *. 1 A country boy was sitting on the
one '
day yon
FARES 400 Feet fence when a city chap came along I
Garlic and Onions old paper and discover some espedaDy Lottw.JACISONVDlE and said: "Bub, your corn looks Get the best cigar at five
In the middle 'worth-while offer of the j FROII 4 f aa a u M ,
ages the detestation Intrblcb $ y Nei . pretty'yellow.". "Yes," said the boy cents, the next time you
garlic was held often strong- thing needed. ;
was very you want to
"that is the kind we planted. "Youwon't smoke-judge for
,.*displayed. At the court of Alphonse, This emphasizes the importance yourself.
of TONew get more than half a crop, will
ling It was a serious when and *
.effense to eat it The king very'in 1368 In. of keepbig"po's on Fa a. ,......... ;;stttnted an order of knighthood called ,* how to buy adyantage.by-reading Grasp the York $24.90 $t,." "No, the landlord gets the other

;the Ordre de la Bande.the members of your opportunities Be ,(OH 18.10 '23.00 half. By this time the city chap r
which were' not permitted advertisements in THE ,- Made in Orlando and sold
to jCpnsumc. Iecla4MtMealrandStatao.aAccaaeaiitiw.Si.ss.e 5C.rre.lsb was a trifle angry, and said: "You
either' carllc nr onions under,pain of ,carefully' every day. a M fane";' Ln.i twin f..d......pint. are not. very far from a fool, are by all dealers.iMIilililllMlllllllllli..
;being excluded .
from the 'for HOGAN _
eoirt s 'JACKSONVILLE OfncF.17 ST.-ftaM
.month... ',:_ ",. 1 ..' 1 t'F' .i.t_, ,CARMACK,T.r.a. W.E.ROQIM.T5M.... you?." "Only'abOut twenty,feet,"
said the farmer boy. -<'
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.1 THE PUCES OF war fIitl:1uhuhzflu:1:11t111uuut11:11tIIu:1:11ttflhIIiiiitim *:

I:! .. Louis. Massey. .,,President- .- I f .

tI..* watlsw, YlHuPra. v .B.:>VMM'.**% CMhrHMMH > 'Methodist : H'owrnuch
C .Ant OMkfar paid A.Nsvs L All,c.MIr J. E. Wray, Pastor. money
,Sunday School, 9:45 a. m., C. E.

H THESTATE Dean Howard Preaching of, Rollins superintendent by College Rev. A. 11:00 D. Enyart a. m.,, you l like to spend for 1

Anthem, "Christian the More... R.

BANK Epwarth League, 6:30 p. m. H. A.
Hoffner, president.
Sacred Concert, 7:30 p. m.
Organ Prelude, "Bridal Song" C.
Y Goldmark. s... $111 $
of Orlando 2. Hymn and Prayer. m ,

3. .Chorus, "The Lord's My Shep Class Class
; : *. herd", GauL No. 2
.I 4. Male Quartette, "Rock of Ages"Tanner.

5. Chorus, "Savior, When Night
-AND- Involves the Sky," Shelley.
6. Solo, "Like As the Heart De- .
sireth" Miss Lillian Kator Littleson.
The Bank which transacts more business than H
; 'S I
x 7. Offering, "Song Without Words"TchaikouskL *

. any Bank between Jacksonville and Tampa II $ 33 III
8. Hymn. Class 1

se 9. Duet, "Twilight" Nevin, Miss
The large patronage of this Bank has been built up Kator, Mr. Curry. No. 50 Class

. during twenty years by conducting its business on sound 10. "Hark, Hark My Soul,-" Shelley. v. } No. 100
11. Hymn.
banking ,principles with careful attention to the legiti 12. Organ Postlude "Dona Nobes"

mate wants of customers. The confidence of the public Mozart J

} is reuected,in the large amount of deposits. ST. LUKE'S CATHEDRAL. s Z8 II

Average deposits First Quarter of 1913, $900,000. ci
ii $ m
Fifth Sunday after Easter. 'Class. I

Early Celeration, 7:03. No. 5

Morning Prayer, 10:30. 5A

Celebration Holy Communion and U- -s--, ..,-
sermon, 11.
correspondent, banks are located in every part of t Evensong, 5.

:the world and include some of the largest Banks in'the ? rod The, will new officiate.Dean, Rev. Edgar A.-Sher- Join aiy of our Saving Clubs and yon can have either of the 1

United States. above amounts to spend
1t fiMIIMMMtMIMMIHIMillillMHimilllliMtl *

Rev. E. P. Poulson, of Bluffton, Ind., and .
Circular let
Call get a or us explain the plan to '
CIVIC LEAGUE EN will preach both morning and even -
PLEASING RECITAL AT THE TERTAINS. ing. This is the beginning of a '
u: CATHEDRAL SCHOOL. series of revival meetings. I I The Peoples National Bank|

Special Morino Picture Performance The public is cordially invited es
Misses Ethel and Lois Overstreet, Yesterday. pecially the members of all churchesof
members of'the senior class of the "It is a pleasure to serve you."
I I A crowd of merry children gatheredin the city.Further 'I l .
Cathedral School gave a delightful will
the Lucerne Theatre yesterday afternoon announcements giv
entertainment in Cluett Hall last evH
in through the j mmmmmmmn
to papers.
response an en
ening. The former baa made. splendid from the Civic ,League to attend a Morning service at 11 o'clock. I ......
rogreM under the training of 'Picture party" given especially for Sunday school at 9:30, Otto, Link, MMIIIiMMMMIIHMtMMMMillllWANTED
Uisa Elisabeth Smith, Reader, of Bal them. Three films, "The Unprofitable superintendent '' I

: timore; while her sister is a pupil of Boarder," "A Lucky Chance," and B. Y. P. U., at 7:30. .
:Franlien Diebner and Miss.Beers and "the Twin Brothers," were shown and Evening service, at 7:30. 4' .
did work the ,
excellent at piano.
were with closest attention. .
The program included: The affair CATHOLIC CHURCH. .
was arranged for by a committee ! -
Two Scenes from "School of Scan- -- ,
of the -
League, Mrs. H. L Bee- "
dal".....................Sheridan Mrs. T. school at 9
man, E. F. Hoskins, Mrs. G. Sunday a. m.
Mazurka ':..............Leschetizky V. Straley, Mrs. T._H. Evans, Mrs. S. Mass and sermon,.10a.m. '"V*, 500 small feet ,to be fitted with small shoes at the
....... .
Anx Italiens .Bulwer
A. Johnson instruction and benJcUonat \ /
Mrs. J..L Giles, Mrs. Jas. Rosary .
Barcarolle, (Tales from Hoffman) ..
Laughlin, III., Miss Cary-Ewles and 7:30 p. m.
Transcribed for piano,Robert Austin I Miss Florida Howard, and its objectwas '
i Prelude in C Minor .......Chopin I interest : SHOE DEPARTMENT
I to the young people in MRS. SKINNER HOSTESS
t Scene from Ingomar
; the organization of 'a junior branchof r t
(Valse ......T. Correno '
Printemps ) .
the Civic :
League. Sixteen ladies were the guests of .
When the Old Man'Smokes, Paul of the ..
Mrs. Hoskins, who has many times Mrs. Skinner at her home on Amelia r t :
: The Boogah Man,.....;...Lawrence
her ability in the art avenue yesterday and_spent the afternoon .
Encouragement ........... Dunbar I of
II I t entertaining children, gave a splendid most pleasantly playing "Five
talk to the crowd of little ones Hundred."
assembled, explaining the meaning of The prizes were 'awarded to.Mrs.. .
a "Junior Civic League" and impressing Lockwood and Miss Mary Holt
very informal but pleasant evening upon them the need of their development At the conclusion of the games the
entertainment was given at the I as citizens. 'The Junior hostess served punch and
Wyoming last night, in which Miss I League is to elect its own officers and cake. These shoes are of the best makes of the best firms, but were
Vida Miller hostess.
was be '
divided into two 'departments the
r There were' five tables of Auction 1 bought too small for rapid moving must sacrifice themto
juvenile and the intermediate. The FAVORITE THEATRE TODAY so we
in which
guests participated. latter will include all members above
At the close make
ten years of age and these are to undertake A Great Three Reel Program room .
was served and Miss Miller scored
competive gardening, and several "Where the Sphinx Spoke"..Pdwers
another victory' as a popular enter- business ventures. The first A strong dramatic play. I They are truly neat Shoes for neat feet v

tainer. definite object is to secure ,a playground "The' Duelists" ............Victoria
The Wyoming is popular alike with If wear anything under 3 J-2 D or'any larger sizes
and a permanent home'for the A delightful comedy. .. .. ;
home guests and the out-of-town and League. Its club house it to contain "Two Sides of a Story" ......Powers in A B widths should become i
last night was one of the most enjoy well-equipped gymnasium a hall A modern drama or you interested right now and

S' able of the season. for public or private entertainmentsand Featuring M. Edwin August resdrop around to be fitted for only
an office where business may be We are geeting first run pieta
,AN HONEST MAN THE NOBLESTWORK transacted. now. Come out and enjoy an 'hour

OF GOD. Classes for physical culture are to of amusement Open two to five and .

} be formed and many social pleasures seven to ten p. m. Admission five $2.25.
a Mr. and Mrs. J. Balarian are thank arranged. The Junior League is to cents"to all .
ful that they live among honest pea co-operate with the Board of Charities ."

ple.Last of the Senior Civic League and A Methodist bishop who, knew he
a evening they went into the each'member is required to informhimself was in a "dry" country did not thinkit Sale lasts as long as stock lasts. .
Model restaurant for supper and Mrs. of the state and town in which was necessary to be explicit when .
I Balarian laid her }pocket book downon he lives. he asked a hotel porter in Lawrence, .
a the table while she ate and when, Mrs. Hoskins was most heartily applauded Ran, to get him a drink, as he was Remember it costs. you nothing to try. See .our bie" north
she left, forgot to take it t < ., '. .. "
'with her. '
|i when she mentioned the hope] thirsty. 'The bishop was so accustomed --:
She did not miss it, and after aboutan I of having a "merry-go-round on the to drinking apua pura that he window for sizes and styles . : ,: ,'. :'. '.
hour and a half, the proprietor play grounds and told many amusing had no idea his request would be, misunderstood : '
of the Model walked into Mr. Baylari-j stories which interested the little tots*, but when five minutes .. .
;; an's place of business and inquired if i Her tale of "The Moo-Cow-Moo" was later a bottle of whiskey was put in
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the first time that Mrs. Baylarian had Although plans
were outlined yesterday ing" figuratively and literally. The ";
thought of the pocket book containingher no regular organization was incident.was reported to the city and ,...
money and jewelry and was greatly made, but all interested
are requestedto county officials, who have begun an '
; joyed to find that it had fallen into meet at the Methodist church .
next investigation to ascertain who supplied ...
honest hands and was returned to her.Wednesday' afternoon at fouro'clock.Mrs. the liquor. Whoever furnishedit Yowefl'sllllliiilMlllllllllilliim '
Mr. and Mrs. Baylarian are very Beeman, chairman of the
committee is engaged in the illegal sale of i intoxicants
r grateful for this honest act I, received, the names of forty and will be punished if

children who intend to join the League found outWANTEDOean ,
a Many to loan on improved property. and many more signified their intention .. -
8. 7. WAY f of becoming members,.
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