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 29, 1913
Frequency: daily (except monday)
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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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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Related Items: South Florida sentinel
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FLORIDA 29TH. 1913. NUMBER 67.






The' third trial of John Hammond Mr. T. T. Tyner, of Pine Castle, Tampa, Fla., April 28.-Speeding! London, April 28.-The representative Special to The Sentinel

vs. the Southern 'Wholsale Grocers died yesterday morning at about through the country in a stolen auto-: of the Montenegrin governmentin Seattle, Wash., April 28. Jacob session Municipal with League President met Howell in regular in

Association which :was concluded in 10:30 o'clock from the results of a mobile, E. F. Andrews, condemned to. London received instructions today Furth, a Seattle banker, recently declared
the chair.
the United States Court in Jacksonville dose of laudnum administered by his be hanged ,for the murder of J. W. from Cettinje ordering him to protest guilty by jury at Bellingham, Minutes of
previous meeting read.
last week and in which a verdict own hand. Alexander, at Palmetto, eight monthsago formally against the demand by the of aiding and abetting the Schriker
A short business meeting held
for, 110,000 damages was returned is Mr. Tyner has been in a despondent is making a dash for liberty. In evacuation of Scutari by the Montene- bank at Laconner to stay open after was
previous to the special address of the
one .of the most important in the annals condition of mind for some time and: the county jail here is his wife, whois grins which is described by the government he knew it to be insolvent, was fined .
of Florida trial courts and will at times complained of not feeling I under charge of furnishing the hack ,of King Nicholas as "unjustand $10,000 and costs this afternoon. evening. A committee was,appointed
to co-operate with the City Council
be of'far reaching consequence, as is well, but his family entertained no saw with which Andrews last night cruel." Judge E. E. Hardin, pronouncingthe in the matter of band organization f

wrapped up In this not aloneone of serious apprehensions. Sunday, he sawed his way out of the cell in "mur- The demand of the European pow- sentence at Bellingham, said he and also instructions
the causes for the high cost of living, manifested some nervousness and at derer's row," and then through the ers is couched in the following lan would have imposed penitentiary sentence were given Mr.
P. F. Laubach to investigate further
but the sacred,principles of American tracted the attention of his son, but barred outer window into the jail !guage: but for the fact that he believed -

liberty and personal rights. I the I went to bed as usual Along about yard, after which he scaled the wall, "We have the honor to declare collectively that at the defendants age, a prison as to the proposals of railroad com
panies regarding union depot
This vampire of trust breeding extended -,three o'clock, Monday morning, the and got .away without arousing the ',to the royal government of sentence wiuld be equivalent to a sen- or en-
larging present 'stations. The inter- 1
its slimy tenacles into .eve heard him get up and go into guards. I Montenegro that the taking of the tence of death, for he is 76 years old.
*:home in the bad and sought sit rythe woodshed and he arose and dressedand Mrs. Andrews was admitted to the fortress of Scutari does not in any William E. Schriker, president of the esting part of the evening's programwas r

to reach the rich viands on the tablesof by this time, the father was backin jail yesterday to see him, while religioUs way modify the decision of the Euro- defunct bank at the time of its fail- the address of Miss Mary Safford,
who last Saturday returned from the
wealth, but gradually sucked .the his room, and when the son passedthe I services were being held, and pean powers relative to the elimina- ure, is now serving a term in the
State Capital, where she, with other
life blood from the veins of poor men door the father said, "0, you it is charged she slipped the hacks tion of the frontiers of Northern and State penitentiary. Defendant's attor-
ladies had
in the interest
gone of the
and women and would take the breadfrom frightened me." He assured the so saw to him then. The tool was found Northeastern Albania and consequently neys gave notice of appeal to the state
constitutional amendment, which it is
the moths of hungry babes. I that beyond being a little restless he at ,the jail this morning, where Andrews the city of Scutari must be evacuated Supreme Court. the endeavor of the
Suffrage Leagueto
The Grocery Trust, the Milk Trust was alright and'the, son went back had dropped it with the briefest possible delay
get submitted to,a vote of the
and.the Ice Trust are the most bane-I to bed, but soon heard a struggle and I Andrews killed Alexander during a and must be handed over'to the Euro- WRECK ON A. C. I.-NO. 80 GOES pie of Florida. pec-

organization of men this side of went into his father's room and foundhim drunken brawl at Alexander's home, pean powers represented by the com IN CREEK
hell: Thousands of babies every jam unconscious and immediately summoned near Palmetto, in Manatee county. He mandants of the Montenegrin coast. Miss Safford is a pleasing and
forceful speaker and is sincere in her
mer ,die or have their little lives Dr. McEwan; of this city. was tried and convicted in that county The royal government of Montenegro Sunday aftern at 1:20 passenger efforts.

dwarfed because of'these trusts that I, Two small empty vials, labeled and brought here for safe keeping, is invited to give a prompt, reply train known as Number 80 ran into a She said that the
go to the door of every poor man likea laudnum were found in his room but the jail there being insecure, and to this communication." burning tressel work over Boggy assembly room at
the '
pack of hungry wolves and demand' the victim never regained consciousness there also being much popular feeling The Montenegrin representative. in Creek, several miles North of Kiss- the State ladies Capital was crowded the day

tribute to their overflowing coffers. and died at 'about 10:30 a. m. against Andrews London, to whom this demand was'' immee and the tressel gave away just presented their cause 'and
that the members of
This.particular suit .is of pertiinterest'to He was a man near fifty years of The man came from near Green cabled back from Cettinje, said to; after the engine had,passed over,-and manifested 'the legislature

Orlando people because it age and had,a,wife and four childrenone villa, Ala., and it thought he is head day: baggage and mail car were precipitated great interest.
When the
,. had... its" .rise. here. p A,.and., was.tried. in theUnited grown to.'young manhood.. ed in that direction in the automobile. "I have been ordered by my government into the stream below, pull- that bill voted committee it in charge"of
'States, Court under the Sher. Mr. Tyner was'highly respected in Sheriff Spencer sent out ,news of the .to protest formally against this ing the engine down over the en- member who ,. was a tie vote; one

maD Anti-Trust Act;against restraintf the community and for several years escape. and offered a reward for capture unjust and cruel demand ,and once bankment with them. Every car in that had, he been was absent, reported
[, of..trade. wu in the mercantile+ business at Pine of the'man.SENATOR more to ask the European powers to the train except the two rear coaches have present, would
voted favorable to
History of tke Case Caatie.: examine in an eouiable manner the went down over the embankment and reporting the
bill to the House. The matter will... .JM....
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sso is one arising from run- ,He, will. L be buried at Boggy Creek BRYAN HAD A CLOSE vital question Montenegro's future, the wreck was badly torn up, but no re-submitted -- ------ -
.D1B Jri"JtIm T. Hammond out of the Cemetery. CALL. and to place that nation on an equal injuries are reported.The to the committee when 4
they nor
chorale grocery business in Orlando Ne wYork, N. Y., April 27.-Eleven footing with the other Balkan allies." wreck was so serious from 'a A resolution.was hope a favorable report.

some years ago NAVAL STORES PLAN NEWS SYS members of the Senate and House track and train standpoint that two passed by the n
Municipal,'League which, will be forwarded
that -
The testimony.developed after TEM. committees on naval affairs had a narrow GETS FIFTEEN THOUSAND. wrecking trains were summoned, one

"JIi, : Mimrnoed,had gone into:business <*,. ,J .. I ''* !*?\ mm I .*-, ,'-* 'I escape from being blown to pieces ..* ** 1><, ,;-100 .-rtv, *,. ,from, the'. -north.. and- "otw" -from, 'the, ,that to.the the. legislature, recommending .- {

the old Waterhouse stand:which heW Savannah, Ga., April 28.-The naval ! while witnessing naval target practice Special to the senttnelWashington South and i it was nearly twenfj ur submitted proposed-amendment be
to the
purchased and fitted up for his stores factor of the South are to I, at Judith Sound, ninety miles south of D. C., April 28.-The hours before tie track was cleared not voters of Florida. It
was a resolution
buataesi and stocked with a full line hold a meeting in Savannah on Friday Washington last night, according to a Supreme Court today sustained the and repaired *o that train could past, sal suffrage but favoring univer-

of groceries that he was refused membership of this week for the purpose of per- Washington dispatch to the Times. award of $15,000 made to P. R. Mooreof During the obstructions trains were the question,to the favoring submitting

in the Southern Wholesale fecting a plan by which rosins may The monitor Tallahassee, shooting Tampa, Fla., an employee of the detoured over the Seaboard to Apcp- enthusiastic voters. It was an

:Grocers Association \hrough the in- be .old direct to the consumer in the while a thick haze hung over the wa- Seaboard Air Line, for injuries re- ka thence via the Midland to Kissim- be wild meeting and it would not

fluense of the defendants and could future. The present idea is to have ter, mistook for the target, the United ceived while at work as fireman on a I mee, and thus traffic kept open. Regular ford a made guess several to say that Miss Saf

not replenish his stock. He then discovered the agreement apply only to rosins.It States yacht Dolphin, on board ofwhich switch engine. The case involved the traffic was resumed over the line cause. converts to her

that the Southern' Wholesale may be decided later to market were the official party membersand i question whether a fiat car attachedto I about noon yesterday.

Grocers Association was systematically spirits in the same manner.J. an 800-pound shell from a twelve- his engine was moving which made BRYAN
suppressing all who the membership A. G. Carson, president of the inch gun passed directly over thej .it interstate commerce. MEXICO WANTS MONEY. TALKS TO CALIFORNIA

did not choose to have do business I Williams Naval Stores Company, andthrough stern of the Dolphin'so close as to cut PEOPLE. f y

in the Southern States and de- whose efforts the combinationof one of the ropes attached to the CHARLES F. GRANNIS AND WIFE Special to the Sentinel Special to the -
manding, all sorts of rebates and interests has been perfected, LEAVEMr. Mexico City April 2S.-The possi- Sentinel. 'V
says yacht's rigging, the dispatch says,, Sacramento, CaL,.April 28.-Sena
privileges and profits from manu- the follofing factors mill bility of European war, consequentupon
probably enter "The shell
exploded just before it tary of State, W. J. Bryan, who,spoke
facturers under penalties'of boycotts I I into the new arrangements' : struck the water, and while the com- and Mrs. Charles F. Grannis, Austria's activity, is a blow to to the Legislature today, failed to r{'
if did not come under their rules I Mexico as the chance for this con-
they Consolidated Naval Stores Company mittee members were thoroughly who are numbered among Orlando's country vince that body that California should "
regulations and in.this way rais- Harris Bullard getting its much needed loan, is lessening
; Flynn, Company; frightened, they suffered nothing more most highly esteemed winter residents not pass proposed anti-alien land law.
fag flu et,pf living and restricting Carson Naval Stores Company; Producers serious than a drenching fro mthe water left Orlando yesterday for with the tightening of moneyin The general comment tonight is thit

prisons who desired t9 do business Naval Stores'Company, Chest- stirred up by the projectile. Savannah, where they will take boat Europe and unless Mexico gets its he might as well remained in Wash-

from the right to buy ,nd 6011 h nut & O'Neal, Southern Naval Stores Members of the committee were: for their home in Waterbury Conn. loan quickly, all pacification plans will ington and telegraphed or sent a let

He thin employed_Jones &. tones Company, Baldwin &: Lewis. Senators Poindexter, of Washingtonand Mr. Grannis is the owner of con- likely fall through, and some other

and sued the defendants under the prom Jacksonville, Peninsular Naval Bryan, of Florida, and Represen- siderable valuable grove property in solution to the country's troubles may ter.There has been a complete disap-

fU. S. trust act These gentlemenassociated StorU Compafl'r Southern Naval, {atives Padgett of Tennessee, chairman this county and is largely identified become imperative. pointment over his coming. He was

Messrs Bisbee &: Bedell, of J Stores- c6inpaubperttore Naval'I of the' "House Committee:" Foster, Witn the business interests of Or- I SHOCK. expected to tell the diplomatic secrets x

,Jacksonville, with them. Stores Company.All and Buchannon, of Illinois, Hobson of lando. EARTHQUAKE of the administration but he revealed

The cut wu tried' thrive times, the of these to be represented at Alabama, Gregg of Texas, Bathrick Mr. and Mrs. Grannis haY.L many Special to the SentineLWatertown nothing. He gave no hint). at the

first verdict b&g for $25,000.00 and the Savannah meeting and have signified of Ohio, Butler of Pennsylvania and friends in this city who regret,to have, N. Y., April 28.-Earth- threatened war. All he had .to say

attorneys fees. This was reversed by their approval of the plan of con Witherspoon of Mississippi them leave., *. quake shocks were felt through-out was that the president wished the

the Appellate Court inNew,Orleans. I solidation. The target, the old ram Katahdin, Thousand Islands regions late today. anti-alien law handled at Washington

'The second trial resulted in a verdict was about 2,000 yards from the Tal- FLORIDA PRODUCTS IN NEW Dishes, vases and other movable objects instead of Sacramento.He .

of one dollar and this was PART OF TROOPS LEAVE. lahassee and the Dolphin about a mile YORK. in hotels and resorts,tumbled to pleaded for delay and proposed 4
promptly set aside by Judge t Locke away from the Katahdin. New York" April 28.-There was an' the floor. The disturbance was felt at that a commission be selected from ,

of the U. S. Court. The third verdict Vienna, April 28.-Crown PrinceDanilo improvement noted in the trading in Alexandria Bay, Ogdensburg and other California'to meet and' confer with the '
was ,for $10,000.00 which wnder the of Montenegro and his Federal commission, appointed from
troops BASEBALL RESULTS IN THE ( Florida vegetables this week. Receipts river points.
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.law the Judge will increase to $30,000. have marched out of Scutari toward BIG LEAGUES. were generally light and the Washington to decide the necessities '_

and impose attorney fees.in addition.The the north, according to official diem offerings as a rule showed better con MAY HAVE TO WAIT FOR RE and experiences of anti-alien laws. t
: case is a celebrated one patches received here today. Only five Special to the Sentinel dition. SULTS. Then, as a last resort, he asked"if '

Florida and in fact in the whole batteries of Montenegrin artillery remain National Beans were light in receipt and of some anti-alien law had to be enactedat

country and the trial in Jacksonville in the city.MILITARY Chicago, 8; Pittsburg, 5. generally better quality. Trading was Special to the SentinelWashington this session, that it be patterned

has created: the keenest interest on i St. Louis, 7; Cincinnati, 5. very good from $3 to $4 a basket. April 28.Underwoodholds I after the laws of Illinois, which limits 1..

account of the prominence of the deIendants. HORSE SHOW. Brooklyn-New York and Boston. Tomatoes were in moderate supply. out the warning that it may bea the holding of lands by aliens .to six

\ Philadelphia, wet grounds. There was little of the :wasty spotted year before the country experiencesany years unless they' become citizens of Y
Washington, April 28. The annual American. benefits that come from the this country.
The trial between Messrs. Jones&: .stock and the trade was active from may
'Jones and Bisbee: Bedell on one side military horse' show opened today at Postponed, wet grounds. 2.75 to $3.50'a crate for fancy $2 revision of the tariff. He is seekingto Last of all, he was for flat footed
Fort Va. with South Atlantic. I discredit anti-alien laws of the,District of Co
and Cooper & Cooper and CoL W. M. Meyer, the elimina- to $2.49 for choice. any angry protests expected -

,Toomer on the other was a brilliant tion contests for fifteen classes. To- Columbu33; Charleston, 0. Cucumbers continue in very bad or- from Democratic supporters} ,lumbia.
legal battle. Mr. J. H. Jones dosed morrow nine events are to be decided. Savannah' 3; Macon, 1. I'der, showing water spots and waste who had been promised downward revision Senator Boynton, president pro-tern
the case in an address of two hours They are for remounts,military jumping Albany 11; Jacksonville, 1. and in some cases actual decay. .Receipts that reduce existing high priced of the Senate said "Bryan has not

;:and fifty minutes and pair jumping, children's ponies I were light and the trading very necessities and who may grow impatient changed sentiment for,anti- lien land .
AVIATORS START FLIGHT at the bill one whit. His rather solined'feeling
polo ponies, and officers' chargers TWO good which condition brought really I delay.CONSPIRACY -
Messrs. Jones have had fine success and FOR POMMERY CUP. I for the bill Instead of
hunters followedby good prices considering the quality of bringing
this aeuOn
[ ,winningalargecase before a gymkhana contest. ,On the following Villacoubly, France, April 28.-Two I the offerings. Fancy soIl from $3 to CASE AGAINST IN- us some information,"he"has .shown uf

the Circuit Court of Appeals,in New day the cavalry mounts, wo- aviators started: from the aerodrome $3.50. Choice $2 to $2.50. SPECTORS.New nothing we didn't know before and

Orleans and another large case before men's park saddle horses, officer's here this morning for Warsaw, Russian The pepper market was lower. Re- now he is only jockeying with words."

,the 'Supreme Court of Florida and chargers, and open jumps for officers Paland, in competition for the ceipts were moderate and there wasa York, April 28.-Four police

i ,now States this Court trust case in the United and amateurs will be held. A cross $1,500 Pommery cup. The .competition pretty' good trade. Large crate sold officials, who were inspectors until the BOUNDARY IRRIGATION PLAN.

in, Jacksonville. country race will conclude the pro prize goes to the airman makingthe at $2.50 o $3. Carriers $1.75 to $2. I preliminary rumbling of the graft investigation Washington, April 28.-Bids for the

Tie blow given the organization gram.A longest flight in a straight line be- There are very few really good eggplants -. startled the "System"I,construction of twenty-two miles :of

I known as the Southern Wholesale | feature of this year's show is the tween sunrise and sunset of the same coming to this market. Theyare face. trial together before-. Justice Sea- I canal lathe, Milt River irrigation project

Greta's Association by this decision handsome eup, to be donated by Secretary small, poor and decayed and all bury and a Supreme Court jury today -I in Montana are'being opened it-

.mil. tend to destroy their power and of War Garrison to the best rider day.Edmond Audemars, the Swiss avia which realize anywhere near, top quo charged with conspiracy "to com- day by the government. ,The cadi!

',... the high' ,cost of living in the among the enlisted men in the tournament tor, ascended, 4:39 ,a.'m, ., and was tation have ,to be repacked-f L50 to. mit an act for the perversion or obstruction is to be built under treaty.with'Canada
Sovth, su thing to be devoutly !eared. I of justice of the'due administration '
followed one minute later' by Leon $2.501 hot: -Ine Packer. or the Milk River. 'flowing'for-eel
.The Sentinel congratulates=one Jo- Letort, the French airman. They in of the laws." hundred and fifty miles through thJt

el'drm. of attorneys upon tMir'_- I New:Books, New, Pictures. Cnrtisitended I to fly by way of.Berlin to their Money to loan on improved property ' country before getting back into t&l
oats in these Importaat'eue. I' O'Neil, next Postoftce. destination. ', S. Y. WAY.. (WANTED-Clean ass at this Montana. .
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'; t Xo"bi1l has, received .so"'modi atfcefcien F I ,
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: u the so-called mental wUD .
' jiIh which 'sought! to fix' re; Lord & Bradshaw Magnificent Showing of
mobility for Telegraph CoapanieiMore 1 '- ,
{ i to deliver messages$ .of i acd- We wish to announce to our friends, aad..the'public generally,
,: 'lent and death.There had beencoDlid10 that we have formed a partnership under the .New
enable ceapUint that copoanies had Spring Suits
above firm name for
I riled to deliver such manages and'tiat a general
the law filed,,no liability for
"1ai1ure. .. Real Estate and Insurance : '
Senator John P. and Dresses
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Itokes of the second district introfeced i
; *- - ,buaineas and,.are centrally in a ground floor office at No,
a bill intended to remedy this I
Defect and the bill was dabbed theCental .1f 8. Orange Avenue, (formerly occupied by Hamilton &Dunn
Anguish Bill The Western
ioion Telegraph Co.have their.lobby* Millinery), where we will be pleased to meet all our old mende WS ARE SHOWING A BEAUTIFUL ASSORTMENT

A *lit on''the"ground all the 'time and and to make new ones. \ 'SILKS AND' SATINS, ALL, COLORS, DRESS GOODS
I den this bill came before the committee IN ALL THE LATEST PATTERNS FOR OLD AND
their'special attorney' Fred T. Our list of city and acreage property is surpassed by none, i ;. YOUNG. WHITE CANVAS SHOES. THE'DISPLAY
Myers, appeared on the scene and began a
the usual dilatory tactics sotLractethtic and we havesome exceptional bargains, COMEAND, SEE Us .CONTAINS ACCURATE ILLUSTRATIONS OF THE
let,the mover of the bill and Speaker' Lord .& Bradshaw IS WORTHY THE ATTENTION OF EVERY ORLANDO
Finis put the attorney on the grill \ .' WOMAN. CALL IN AND ACQUAINT YOURSELF
ra' fur a short time-and as a consequence 17 S. lURE AYE. WAN)*, FU.l WITH THE HIGH CHARACTER OF OUR GARMENTS
committee reported favorably on AND THE REASONABLE PRICES.Earner's .
the bill Whereupon, the Times- IIMillMIIIIIIIIIIIIIIMilliilllllllliiilillililMILIGHT,
Union, came to the defense of the
Telegraph company by assailing the
.tommittee for not giving the lobby-
,, its time to get their work in. THE New York
: In response to'this attack the legis-
' store passed the following resolu- ..
'1 Be it resolved by the House of Rep-'
, xsentatives of ,the State of ,Florida StoreIf
.. Bargain
.l .feat this House resents the imPuta- v '
Merchants who use Electric Signs never lose
$ ion made against the. members of
tie House constituting the Committee their way by choosing the wrong road to suc-
t 'm Railroads,and Telegraph, as pubfched cess., You simply cannot'fail to attract new You World be Posted be a Daily Visitor_,to this, Store -..
l ,in I the, Times-Union of ,Jacksenville "T :::;:- .
customers Jf you,use an Electric Sign It acts
; Florida, newspaper owned,
tentrolled and dominated by the rail- like an irresistible magnet, drawing all the 8.1l..i. for bicycles and
;" leads and other'corporation interests trade within its reach: That is the reason ...... JIMIIIIMIIIIIIIIIIIIIMSMCMBerto

., words+e ,Florida Florida of, as and the appears as Railroad further by.Commissionf :appears the official bytike they command the attention of buyers. I INo DR. l. N. RAMSDEII[ Oplomet sl\

records of the third Assistant For Every Store Owner J.RMcKAY, ,
Astmaster: General,'and,we take thisnlemn CONTRACTOR AND Dr. O. P. IAIII
,public and official opportunity matter how small his 'business, the Electric BUILDER.SmcMori .
IB warn the people of Florida against Al wat.
tfte false, misleading reports of this i ; Sign is the cheapest and most effective PrkttTkatArtai .

w pisonous sheet, which seeks to destroy I advertising.. liA__t- .
: the confidence of the people of Al We*' Gwraiteed.
trusted' > | Phone for our Sign Designer to call and sub.
sx \Honda in their and faithful <
t; leperesentatives whenever such rep- | ; mit a sketch.
J wentatives, ,not obey the .dictafco I No Trouble to Us-No Expense to You. Hai totaled u op to date griifef plait aid to 1ft-
of the special.interests. ... pored to dipskatt aiy km WHILE YOU.WA1T.A1w.wltt.i .
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; When the efforts of the gigantic < i I: I tM '11ICrItUea.tiBllIIek eehe8 7wn Yidwi

7 'jfcybody Bsropean blame powers Montenegro are considered for hrow, can <; i i u n W T[ & lI T. cOt. Fwwral Director HAND M aq d>>r.1AIII' K.ja1PUar wkM.k-..,.' '

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iTIMKiMtret. stow given by.a.nsm- perL' -
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of his trip to;Interlacben to attend -
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- Congregational Conference
:j ennanta for the event, and the
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people dressed aU alike inaiidy Mr. Pope occupied the, pulpit in the LACES, EMBROIDERIES,. SHIRTS, ElMONAS .
Congregational Church on Sunday SPECIAL PRICES 1
. blouse and white.skirts evening and preached an interesting UND IRWIAIL HEADQUARTERS f '.
.broeeer made neat and attract- IN LARGE QUANTITIES j if
sermon. on the general subject of : .
ft. aPI-ranee. After,, the orchestra .f.
taking Christ into your businessandpleasure. SUPPLIES.McCULLOCH'S. Prompt Delivery. t ?
number, the
4 played. an opening Mr. him- iI'i
n.- Pope expressed
wtain went up disclosing the circle

,iileep'" on the stage. An'alarm' clock' With self .,as the very work delightfully and spirit of impressed the institution I Florida Metal Co.MCNEILDAYIS t tI.
life and the "
rait... off, and all came to the music department ofwhich .
:an. began. Many oVthe-jokes ,were :l I .
Professor Pope has added'so
oeal. 'and telling, and the songs andfonts Y BUILDING i
,' much in the last years; DEPARTMENT STORE
of various kinds were,all exiefient
1 The coming of Commeneement.willwitness .
W. Clay Inman, and ,MissUelaide Phone 41.
the introduction at Rollins of
. Voorhees winning especial OPPOSITE POST OFFICE .
the cap and gown for the members of
la use. Miss Clella Avery and Mr.krkeley ; 1
the Faculty and graduating class. The '
Blackman as Romeo and
Seniors made their first appearancein CALL and BE CONVINCED ..
Wiette convulsed the audience with .......
and'gown at Chapel, and the
cap ,
doSe'of the minrtrel
aaghter.. After the .
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introduction of the custom has
portion of the entertainment a "LOWEST PRICES ALWAYS"
brought forth much favorable comment The"BestistheCheapestso t
lumber of sketches were put on
The graduating class this i
fhfeh were aU good,and in which Mr.Sbrrelison year
will be of the largest in the history I

,Mr.and Mrs.Clancey Wal- GET THE BEST OF
" of'the.school, and so far as is .II l
ace. ,Miss Clella Avery and Miss Ade- ..
known, the largest number of Bachelors -
ide Voorhees took part. The entire .
of Art ever graduated from a Paints and Wall Paper
Entertainment was characterized by I
Florida institution. The Academic
snappiness and vim conducive to'higlaeati CQstMark Is
fee succesa,. and 'not.oD1y Class consists of the following young" My f- T

..ere,x the actual jokes and songs well people:, Misses Mabel. E. Daniels 'of *' THE 1912 WALL PAPER IN SAMPLESIS
Oralndo, and Emma. J. Little of GRAND AND I WILL BE PLEASEDTO
loee, but the by-play during the, en- v
Mount Dora, and Messers Chester .
ire evening was 'admirably,done. Black Niger! SHOW THEM. ALL YOU HAVE'TO ';:;
McCardell of St Petersburg, G. "
.The Cherokee-Orchestra assisted the:' Conrad',Bucher of Atlanta, GL,DykeD DO IS TO TELEPHONE AND, I. WILL f
roope and added:very BRING THE SAMPLE TO YOUR HOME.
: Wetherill
'of' Springfield, Ohio, x
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Dean S. Pike of Canaan, N. H., and 1234567890If -v Nw .. s fGEO.
X F. McCardell acted as ;
A. Nickerson of Har- ,.
Harry Boothby J;
md. the;following young people took bor, Me. A. BARKER PHONE 268 ,.l

frt"... in the minstrels: Misses Kath- ., -:-(. l . .i
yn Bonnell, Johnny Clark, Barbara '
The Wauchula Advocate says: "D. you want anything in the Gents'Furnishing
Feston. Helen Drew, Enid Broward, '
S. Earhart has of fine r
an acre buckwheat '
ILdekide. Voorhees and Clella Avery; ;" -
led, .Messrs. Dick Cornelison, Clancy which is already to harvest Mr. Line, now is the accepted ;, '.
Earhart has been with
alkee,' Fayette. Froemke, Dyke 1
buckwheat for .some time and finds Time Reduced Prices all. 4
wetheril, Henry Fordham,!Clay In- on 1
that it does well here both i
aan- and Berkeley Blackman. : as a (f. h
and fall crop for groves, as it is said.
!The performance was put on under
fee direction if Miss Mary 'Deadefiok to be as great a fertilizer as clover." HUCLARL'ROBERTSON.K [ PATTERN HATS !
whose hand was seen in the fin- .
Ground was broken in Murray Hill 9 .
h with which: the various parts were u
r morning,for the main,building .
Thursday ..
inn;' the success of the entertainment i
of the Florida
Miliary Academy,
due in large measure to her

kfllfol was teaches wU, in given the details for the benet TheDtertainment which from has been Green brought Cove Springs.to Jacksonville The- = H HANDBAGS AND NECKWEAR[ AT COST 'f f

will its next scholastic northfor the rammer -
)of the Y.iWC.'A.: ,for the'purpose. Academy. open for Before you;go
firaising ,the balance of the sum year in September. The building dont fail to let us send you the 'ri"A'NK'HYERSMaaufacturer"" .
will be three stories' high, and Weekly Sentinel It,will keep you '
each ,for;,the support of
Wged year :
in the'mis will be built of brick,with.stone trim- thoroughly posted on the,happeningsin of Artiidal ;
Cuban j I If
:little girl n
i chool of KeY._F. P. Ensminger: .infest : mings. The structure will cost $30- this section. Call at the office and Stone, Fancy Column and KISSES HILTON &.

000. let us show yon a copy. It only Oraameaial Week DUNNf
,. Tampa.. Mr.. Ensminger, gradu-I ____ I ..
.. costs dollar a year.
Rollins a. Livingston and Railroad f
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ted from years wasutiaeqnently .t
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a teacher here for some I niU 4i

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South :Honda Sentinel UNITED STATES Harper's Weekly expects to .treat

I 1IeII8H AND WIlILY Underwood tariff bill precisely as
.' A nation's standing in the commu- it has treated other tariff bills -that ,
tMaed at the part eAet at Oriuto nity of nations, like an individual's is to say, on its merits as we see them.It .
. ftIrWa a. seed ,OM Kin Mater. standing in the community men, is is.a thoroughly honest;effort tocarry

gUBKVTIONTH1 UDI t' built upon character. A nation must out the low-tarriff, nonprOtective When You Choose

strictly and ,hororably uphold and policy. It is a substantial, even
{ OHTIHBL observe its treaty obligations or lose radical, downward revision of existing
toe year .. ...................t6JO) caste.. Yet some of the supposedly schedules and will, if it is passed sub-
Six Months................e..150 eminent gentlemen of the United stantially as it stands, ,afford us a Gift of
Three Months ................. ttfBy States senate do not seem to appreciate fair test of the Democratic theory'of a Jewelry

this fact One of these is Senator tariffs applied with intelligence. to
am ante IB Orittd, M. anti per i )
a. .... Dtfly ..4 Swuhy.TW Chamberlain of New York present conditions.
y to fond who 'seems to be obessed with I It is both a revinue tariff and ,a ,. '. '
Orkafe Monfac tetfaMl CIa I .,
M tk In Orfaftfc at Onto A OThfJIi Bookten. the theory that we may competive tariff. It does not for a moment THEN YOU MAKE LASTING GIFT THAT MUST ,
.E do as we- please regardless of treaties. lose sight of the principle that BEAR EVERY TEST OF TIME AND JUDGMENT AND "
Wo wffl tppmhU prompt co.phW u Senator Chamberlain has just introduced the tariff is a tax to raise money, yetit TASTE. WHEN YOU SELECT FROM THE STOCK OF
iothtry b sot property .... by tx antes. a joint resolution abrogatingthe steadily keeps in mind the actual
AMrtIIIq rate will .. fenhkod a appUeatlm. Clayton-Bulwer and the Hay- status of productive industries in this It -;
Pauncefote agreements. This resolution country and abroad. The two aims EVEN THE MEREST TRIFLE-IS CHOSEN BY EXPERTS .

THE WIlILY HHIDflLf aims to break solemn national are consistent The bill offers our producers WHOSE KNOWLEDGE AND TASTE HAVE WON
fir mr, kr Ml potts paid ........ILOOMfcw obligations. The Clayton-Bulwer all the help to be derived the RECOGNITION. ,s.\
t' 1HB ilNTIXm Orlaa I'IoIWL I treaty of 1850 bound the United 'cheapening or even the making free
States forever not to obtain or maintain of what they need in their several I
exclusive control over the canalat lines of production, but resolutely de- .. .: .
k J. P. SCHUMANN, Editor. the isthmus, and Great Britain nies them immunity from competition.What EVANS' FAIR AND MODERATE PRICES ARE AS FA. .. ;
JOSIAH FERRIS Proprietor. agreed to the same terms. The Hay- it puts on the free list is not MOUS AS EVANS BEAUTIFUL AND EXCLUSIVE DESIGNS ,. :
; Pauncefote treaty, which this nation one whit more demo nstrative of its
:TUESDAY APRIL, 29TH, 1913. now seeks to evade by its exemptionof sincerity of purpose than its taking
its coastwise vessels from canal from the free list a number of articles

The average income of a man is tolls, likewise was accepted by both mainly luxuries, for the revinue they
about 3 a. m. nations in lieu of the previous agreement will yield.
:,, o This nation is bound by these We think, therefore, that it is to .
treaties 'and there is from the great mass of commodities and
' He is a wise man, who... keeps. his escape
good opinion- of himself a close secret them in honor, unless Great Britain industries it deals with, the bill is
: should consent to their annulmentand honest, thorough-going inteligent; -
o amendment It is to be regretted that it is truly Democratic and de- T.I1.vansthe JewelerOPPOSITE

Some men are almost_as crooked as that there is apparent willingnesso servs the support of every Democratand
the dollar mark that stands for their nthe part of prominent men to look of every independent opponentof
wealth. lightly upon treaties bearing the sealo the high-protective form of privi-
o fthe country. If these men's viewsare lege.-Harpers Weekly. I POST OFFICE
is to prevail we must either go be- It will not be forgotten that many
Deception all right on the state, 1 EXPERT REPAIRING AND ENGRAVING.
but in married life you are sure to be fore the Hague tribunal the same as Democratic newspapers tried to put
found out any other offender, or we must turn Mr. Wilson out of the running before

r ---o-- our backs on the tribunal we have advocated the Baltimore Convention, because herefused
There is a close affiliation between so loudly. If we wish to to allow the money power

the. high cost of living and the cost maintain our standing among the na- back of Harpers to run his campaign.But .
of high living. tions of the earth we \must consistently here is that publishing companyof
o stand by our treaties with a religious powerful influences giving full rec-
The offending ognition to the justice of the democratic -
A spinster never gets so old as to tenacity. SILK
?, lose interest in a love letter no matter ; clause in the ,canal treaty should be tariff bill. Harpers honor of
and Mr. Wilson's of character.STRIKE TOCKIN'&S1'For
whose it is: repealed the integrity of the strength
United States preserved.THE .
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'If a woman isn't suspicious of her .. BACK AT CALIFORNIA
husband, if s because she has some- REVIVAL AT FIRST FIRST S -
thing else to worry about ,BAPTIST CHURCH. In 1911, when San Francisco beggedthe
... favor of congress over New Or-

Baeball is said to be civilizing the Rev. Dr. Edward T. Poulson, of leans as a site for the Panama canal Day

Filipinos, ,In this country, it is. setting Bluffton, Ind.:, arrived on. the so-called exposition, was not the nation givento ,
;e the people wild. "Special train" from Sanford Sunday understand that the Californians and

-o afternoon at four-forty-five o'clock. wiuld not again stir up the Japanese a
If the prediction of a scientist that The members of the board of deacons question? Was not the new treaty of:

the human 'race' will soon be legless and about twenty young men of Japan put through 'with this under-

comes true,.what will. we do for baseR the Baraca class were at the train to standing? Possibly the best way to EveningWear
;R l meet Dr. Poulson. After a very cordial bring California to time at this critical -
A-. .;-v 0 Welcome was extended him, he moment will be for other,statesto .
-: 'Evidence adduced by the defense was taken in Mr. Marstellar's car to withhold .or withdraw thier good

i seems designed to show that the Harvester the. Lucerne Hotel will and support .in making Califor-
trust is an eleemosynary insti- Sunday evening, when the hour arrived nia's private show a success. If other
tution. for the services to begin, almost states, including New York which'has

a every pew was occupied. The pledged itself to appropriate the . '.-:
The latest big panic occurred in the choir, accompanied by, an orchestra of astoundingly excessive sum of $750- !] .'
New York subway .when mischievous five instruments, rendered a musical 000 for junkets to and "society shows"at f Our 'Personal Guarantee

.newsboys released mice in the presence prelude, after which Rev. Dr. Dou- the exposition. (Governor Sulzer
ii women glas, who occupied the pulpit in the signed a bill yesterday making avail- Pair .
I 0 morning, stepped forward and intro- able 50,000 of this amount for a Accompanies Every 1.,

Dr. Friedman's highly sophistocated duced the preacher of the evening.Dr. New York state building at the fair). t

commercial instincts may be borne Poulson then arose and led in were to withhold or withdraw tiMr
with if his tuberculosis remedy turns prayer before he began to speak. His support of the big fair until California
out to be any good. introductory remarks Were very'brief. shows a disposition to treat the Marion B. Ives
pAn _- He said that certainly he was gladto Japanese question with fairness and

.; exchange asks why it is that a be in our beautiful city, and to hold reason probably California would not
: red cow: wiliest green grass and then the series meetings.. "I was very be slow in coming to its senses. As a .

give white milk. Well, why,is a greenblackberry deeply impressed with the spirit of matter of fact, why, in any circumstances -
red! this church when that company of should the state of New York EXCLUSIVE MILLINERY PARLORS
o men"met me at the' train this after expend three-quarters of a million of .
Some. men are so impressed with noon," said he. dollars to aid a private money-making
: the arguments of the suffragettes The subject from which Dr. Poul- enterprise on the Pacific coast?- Second Floor
that they an in favor of their wives son spoke was "The Household of Knickerbocker Press.PRESBYTERIANS
I earning the living. God." He handled his subject in a

:f .. 0 masterful'way, and showed himselfto 'TAKE ADVANCE .
't, :Wages go up and the cost of living be an orator of wonderful abilityin STEP -- -

:;f goes down. Next June ought to do a the pulpit He is never at a loss i L D. JONES TO BE PRESIDENT OF HORTICULTURAL SOCIETY TO LIVE IN THE PRESENT I
rushing, business, in weddings and for something to say. The spirit of There will convene in the city of] CITRUS ECHANGE. MEET. -
tweet little bungalows.The God is with him and certainly there Atlanta, Ga., on.the 14th day of May, Sir William
L D. Jones, now acting manager Osler of Oxford uni--
o will be great results from these meet- four bodies of Presbyterians. The DeLand, April 28.-The
the Florida Citrus Exchange, will be twenty-sixth I vresity, formerly of John Hopkiaj
season is now at hand whenit Assembly of the Church in the U. S. ; annual meeting of the Florida State I
and university
ings.The named president general managerof some years ago by his wit-
is time to resurect your last year's First Baptist church isfortunate A. The Assembly of the Church in that organization at the Jane meet- Horticultural Society will convene ticism that men more than forty years
Panama and it along to the hat in securing the services of a man the U. S. The United Presbyterian I
pass ing, is the statement of men interested here tomorrow, with a program an- old ought to be consigned to the industrial .
man for reconstruction. of Dr. Poulson's calibre. He is a mem- Church and The Synod of the A. R. and who have been watching with nounced that will keep them busy un- scrap heap and that all men
i o ber 'of the Baptist State Board of Presbyterian Church. This gatheringwill much interest the developments in the il well ino Friday. should be chloroformed when they

The fact that a parcel post delivery Missions for Indiana. No one should be the largest assembling of Com- body the past year. William Chase President H. Harold Hume is ex- ,reach the age of sixty, now comes for-
'i automobile killed a pedestrian mightY fail to hear this man. missioners in the history of the Chris- Temple, who for,three years, has been pected to preside at the opening which ward with some excellent advice.
lead those who never get any mail to tian Church and nIl be one of the general manager of the exchange is will be in the evening at 7:45 o'clock, 'Speaking to Yale men at New Haven
conclude that it was in a hurry.o CUT OUT FREE PULLS largest religious gatherings in the no longer connected with that organ- and the first session will be devotedto recently he gave this suggestion on j

The fashion of presenting men who history of the race, and will repre- ization. With him has gone from the addresses of welcome and responses .how to livelong:
Why donot the women suffer some occupy positions of influence in public sent'more wealth than any religious management Charles G. Harness, the president's annual ad- '"My method of life is the freshest,.
inducements! If given tha vote will office, with the capital stock in gathering in the history of the World. cashier of the exchange. Today the dress, and a social hour for the com- oldest, simplest and usefulest Forget

ar they abolish the long hat pins and concers that are being exploited t The separation of the main bodiesof affairs of the organiation are under mingling of the members and the people I the past, forget the future. Touch a
: feeues buttoning up in the back? where 'a bait is necessary, is a most the Presbyterians in America, has the management of Is. D. Jones,''for of DeLand and from various places : button that.will shut off the past and

o dangerous practice. come about largely through the at- mer assistant general manager, while who are expected visitors.. another that will'shut off the future,
t ; If you can't pronounce the name of: ,' Senator Jos. W. ,Bailey's name titude of the people on. public mat- W. T. Haizlip_ has been appointed I and you will have a vaccine that will
fee President Mexico don't into i ters and life and because'of'doctrine
worry again comes the lime light by not insure
I cashier. The contract has been let for the you all morbid
they change every few minutes andnaybe reason of the fact that he is in or polity. It is possible that

possession This action was taken at a special erection of another palatial residenceon thoughts. When the load of tomorrow j
the next one will be easier. of stock of the Nashville the Atlanta meeting will bring the session of the board of directors of Biscayne Park terrace in. Miami. is .added to the load of yesterday
Y o Terminal Railway Compnay for i Presbyterian hosts of America together '
held men fall the
the exchange Thursday. The new structure is to cost several many on way"An
Scientists are trying to find a way which, it is claimed, he has paid no in a lasting union.
thousand dollars and will conform in
to utilize our immense waste products. equivalent It has become a practiceto
Maybe they will be able to discover a present men of "influence" with Mr. James Badger of Old Town has Workwill begin within the next magnificence to the beautiful home of industry State-wide importance
s way to,use up rotten liars and crooked free stock, in order to have a pull disposed of 4,000 head of cattle-which two weeks upon the dredging of the Hon. W. J. Bryan, now nearly .com- to Florida will be that of the I
Ben Johnson pleted. The latest contract is for a Crown Columbia Paper |
r, politicians. will form a portion of a solid train- Florida costal canal by Mr. Company
winter home for Mr. William H. Ed- which is preparing to the
the Miami Metropolis. open nn
o The Sanford Herald has a cartoonof load of cattle purchased in this sec- says i -
munds of Yankton, South Dakota, son greatest and only plant of its kind
We I have no trouble in creditingthe the stork presenting Forrest Lake tion which were brought by Messrs. -
of the first territorial Governor of Dakota in the State with
The report comes from St. Peters- manufacturing head
eensusstatement' that there are! with the newly born county. The expression Miller Brothers, owners of 101 Ranch '
25,000,000.school burg that scores of fishermen are.going who, has spent several wintersin quarters 'at Sanford. The plant will
children in the United on Lake's face is enough to in Oklahoma. The cattle wfl The load-
States. We have half of them in give the baby the colic.o ed at Newberry and in charge of ex- out after tarpon in hopes of se- Miami. The Edmund mansion be well, equipped with modern machinery -
neighborhood. perienced will curing the first fish of the season not will be constructed of Kellerstone, a and will have manufacturing
T our - cowboys prove an ex-
caught by the guide. waterproof concrete material which facilities sufficient to turn out 6,000-
o' Sanford citizens "busted" the cannon citing roundup.-Ocala Note in Times- '
has"lately been introduced into 000 wraps in eight hours. company -
con- The
A great many persons will, sympathize -, in celebrating the victory for the Union. !
with the California legislators in new,county. This is beautifully symbolic Remember that the Sentinel is ever struction in the Magic City. The will ,manufacture from .its'own!
their desire to get rid of'Asiatic neighbors of the condition of the new Palatka will invite the Florida ready to 'do your job printing and trimmings will be of the native white raw material and place on the mar
royal rock the roof to be of red tile. ket wraps for, citrus fruits
satisfaction. .
can guarantee perfect wraps
but the means adopted shouldbe county two years hence. State Horticultural Association to
.. vegetables and melons
legal ,and it should not be necessary hold its next' meeting in, the Gem and wrap 'lOr
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Our,Daffy arrivals of Dry'Goods, Ready to Wear Garments, Fancy Striped Serento Cloth, 25c yard. .. QUEEN QUALITY AND SOROSIS SHOES FOR WOMENAre

t Lingerie,, Beets and Shoes helps. to keep, oar comprehensive assortments Striped Voiles in newest colorings and designs, at 15, 25,. and rivals of 5
sterling quality in Boots and Shoes for women.
"UP-TO-THE-MINUTE" 40c a,yard (samples free to out of town customers) We
are in the unique position of having both these reliable lines -
We Hmerate a few that are just to hand, that the discrimi-
THE NEW LINGERIE WAISTS to offer you, and our stock which is
usually complete, has just
fating J1I1'.CIwer.cauot fail to make a note of, and having made
a'Mte.o.f'. the an inspection is sure to Mow. We endeavor to Made on Parisian Models, beautiful lacey effects, and handsome been augmented by the arrival of a large line of White Canvas, S

keep up with the tread of the season as close as we possibly can. crochet designs.. Also,designs in combination embrodieries, White Buck! and White Kid Shoes and Pumps, in the latest New t

DRY GOODS exceptional values at $1.00, $1.25 and $1.50. York styles at $2.00 to $4.00 the pair.

f New Weaves and colorings in Silk Mixtures and Tub Silks HOUSE DRESSES; AND KIMONAS BOARDMAN'S SPECIAL SHOES

at 35c to $1.50 per yard. t This department is more complete than ever, embracing as it Our line of this justly popular shoes, is better than ever now,

The new Slant Pongee in smart colorings @ 18c yard. does the newest colorings and weaves so fashionable at the press as we have just received several new lasts that we have, never

ent moment Specially priced at $1.00 1.25 $1.50 and $2.00.
carried before. In fact
we are making this
our strongest line
w The New Jaquard Silk Pongee Madras at 35c a yard. .

Black and white Foulards (hair line stripes) 35c yard. CORSETS in Men's Shoes. They are "GUARANTEED" and there are no

tI ,A complete line of the well known "Warners Rust Proof strings tied to the guarantee.. They must give satisfaction or
1 Cream crepe de chine (hair line effects) 15c yard. goods in all sizes and styles. $1.00 to 300.. 'I WE WILL.

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Mr..L Davenport, who has been in I Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Gillette, of Tampa Mr. W. F. Taylor, one of Geneva'spopular Mr. and Mrs. John B. Descaizi, NEVER ti
the city for several weeks has returned ;
A spent last evening in Orlando with citizens
WADB young spent yesterday parents of Mrs. Lawrence Gentile, 5
THE TUNER to I Bishop and Mrs. Gray, leaving on the I in Orlando, on business. left yesterday for their home in Pitts- A man may admit he is
ORLANDO FLA. midnight train for DeLand. burg, where Mr. Descaizi is engagedin A poor
Mr., J. S. Dempsey has concluded man may admite he is drunk
Mr. S. R. Patten, the clever repre- the wholesale fruit business. A man ,
his business and pleasure trip in Orlando Mr. and Mrs. M. P. Woodhull, Mr. sentative of the New Orleans Paint Or may admit black is white G-
s and returned to Orlando. and Mrs. R. J. a maltese cat is a skunk, {
Beatty Mr. James
Company, is in Orlando, a guest of Mr. Charles Whilden} who owns A man may confess
Mrs. A. C. Starbird, of Apopka, Means, Mr. J. E. Reynolds, and Miss ,the San J nau.I considerable Or he is wrong, E
Mr. J. C.Johnson and W. W. Ear property in this city was acknowledge no work g
E. I he does
was in.Orlando yesterday.. Georgia Reynolds, left on the midnight But ,
in Orlando
mon, who have ,been in the city for train for their home in Columbus I I Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Gillett, Mr. and over Sunday. Mr. Whfl- never admit that his auto
den member
is a of the Florida East was going
several weeks
Mist Helen Vassler has returned to returned to Ash- Ohio. ;Mrs. D. C. Gillett and Mr. and Mrs. Coast Land Co. with As fast 4
ford Ala. headquarters at as the
her home in Keyser, West Virginia. :I John A. Sniveley, prominent Tampa Turnbull, on the Indian River. This cop Times-Union.said it was.

Mr.. and Mrs: T,'Crooks, Miss Grace people, stopped over in Orlando last does an extensive business
M. company
J. Y. Bellinger of, Eastern Tens E. Duglass and Mrs. M. J. Dorothy and B. T. Crooks, who have I night enroute to DeLand. 0
Wheeler who ; and the Sentinel is glad to note the THE
have been ACME
Mtee, is.in the city looking.over realMiss spending sev been in the city for several months success and prosperity of' Mr. Whfl- TOUCH.
months in Orlando
estate.I :' returned , and who are having a beautiful home Mr. and Mrs. S. F. Pool and Messrs. den. In -
'to their northern home'in New built in this city, have returned to I.J. A. Green, J. A. Curry and J. L. the course of my work and experiments -

liaysel Flournoy, of Quincey, i York State. their home in Hamilton, Ontario, Can Palmer, of Florence Villa., arrived in with pianos, I have dis
FUu, is visiting Mrs. B... J. Lord on I ada. II Orlando last night by auto and will Mr. L. H. Starrett, representing the covered a means of action adjustment
'Robinson.avenue.Mr. I Mr. J. ,A. Walker, manager of the leave this morning for DeLand to attend Florida Builder's Supply Co., of this for upright pianos that brings the ac >
I Apopka_ telephone exchange, H. A. city, returned from Jacksonville, Sunday tion to the highest point of
I I the meeting of the State Horticultural responaiv8-
of Mr. T. T
!Anderson.and Frank Whiteny, two of Tyner, where he had'gone on business ness. The change is
.", I Apopka's active business for1 his company. Mr. Starrett landed improved FEEL
men were
eetate man Pomona was in Orlando the San Juan. of the keys made r
morning will
:in Orlando yesterday on business. take place this after a good sized contract for materialsto doubly responsive and '
",on:buslneee pleasing to the
from his
I noon residence the intermentwin be furnished a big job near Jack performer.
During the
i, Mr. 'Bates take place in Boggy Creek cemetery sonville. The months I
< Geo. Proprietor of the company Mr. Starrett wish to tune
Mr. W. P/'Shanibarger and .Ed.Sphaler two
r' Altamonte Springs hotel was' in Orlando under the direction of Hammond Lawrence Gentile, wife and represents is one of the reliable institutions pianos in and around hundred
of, Pine Castle, were ins Orlando & Gore. son, Joseph, Jr., left yesterday for I of this and without Orlando, and
yesterday transacting business city we are gladto extra charge
tastiest. will
Monday on points north and east for few weeksvacation : give aH
y and'is not very well pleased with note their success. upright pianos this most
the prospect .Of being .'in the new '''Miss Virginia Williams of Rock before going to'their summer touch improvement delightful
Mr. and Mrs Thomas Hater''who Next
; ,home in Cincinnati Ohio. Mr. winter I 'Y
: "** f'JV nr 4 td'> ..t--.. ledge is Ml T. expect to'charge
'1 visiting P. Howes five
Lime' been in the city for several o n I Lawrence is the residenf member of LUCENRE.THEATEa.TODAYThree the readjustment dollars extra for
meiths'have gone to their home. in -w' South street. Miss Williams was a that old and reliable commission houseof Reels independent of the
Among! e building improvements student at Rollins College two SPECIAL tuning. YT
Oe State of Maine. years Jos. Gentile & Sons, Cincinnati FEATURE PROGRAM 4-26 *
planned for Orlando this summer is ago and has many friends in this city of the largest dealers in fruits in the WADE, the tuner. z
Mr. ;J. G. ,Grossenbacher and Mr a brick business room to be constructed and Winter Park will give her a most Middle West. The Gentiles own some The Sheriff of Yayapai County Selig

e W. W.. Tqthers- leave today for De-I i by James A. Knox, just north of cordial welcome. very large and valuable groves in An exciting story of western life. I I Bhunibargeei fer li7des
Land to attend a meeting of the I the east wing of the Arcade, fronting Florida and are also large buyers of He Answered the Add .....Vitagraph.Mr. Sam, ay {

Horticultural Society. on court street The remains of Mr. Harrison V fruit Mr. Lawrence Gentile will return .. John Bunny joins the chorusas W

Beckwith, who died at Winter Park, with his family to Orlando early l a leading heavy. He makes
Dr., and Mrs. P. Phillips have returned Dr. J. E. Wray was at Arcadia over were shipped this morning on the in September to resume business a hit with his wife, he now wears Paul
from delightful': week in Atlanta Sunday' and preached in the church 12:30 'train to.his former, home Into the dresses and the trousers. One A Horn.

t ;;where they attended the sessionof where Cot IJ. Watkins.used Courtland, N. Y., by Hammond A AT THE BAPTIST CHURCH. continuous roar of laughter from ;
r the Metropolitan Grand Opera. worship. Dr. Wray says he preached Gore, his wife and daughter, accoand m. start to finish. Its a scream. Don't CNTRACTN 1IJ1lHI }
I Ito I a half acre of people yesterday parrying the remains. miss itBetween

Joseph Jackson and son, Wilbur, of enjoyed the day beyond measure. church The services at the First Baptist Orton Junction and Fallow- REPAIRING A SPECIALTY.

'Birmingham, Ala., areJn the city and '- *Mr. Glover Reese, a former high attended yesterday and Dr.evening Poulson were preachedthe well villa ........ ........?.?EdisonA P.O. Box 624
expect to dose a deal for a tract oft : The special meetings at the Baptist school graduate who has been in the second of his powerful sermons. thrilling and sensational death Orlando Fb.I .

land which they will occupy and farm church are well attended and thereis north attending a preparatory school, The subject being, "Coming back to defying love story. Warned by the ;
'- great spiritual interest manifest came in last night on the seven o'clock B theL". station agent to try and avoid a

Mr'EmbryP. Eve, of Jacksonville, Rev.. Douglas, .who preached Sundayis train and will spend a few days with When, the opportunity was given disastrous accident, a girl dashes
'special agent 'of the American Central a man of God and has a message to his parents at Pine Castle. Glover for Christians to reconsecrate themselves OTThoMebaek the rescue of her s

Insurance Company, has moved deliver. It will do you good to,hear has had a successful year and is admitted to God's service and back engineer lover who is rushing to ahead ,
hit family to Orlando and' ,will pursue him. to a Naval school. to Bethel, every Christian come stood up on'collesion with a freight Autos For Reit atAiy
his btuineu here. train. She stops both trains, re
and themselves to the ,
anew ser
There has been a goodly supply of Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Blair, who have vice of the Master. turns and thanks the agent whose Botriillllll
Mr. and Mrs.. Harry H. Root and green corn in the market.for several been winter residents in Orlando for The manifestation of God's spirit love for her had prompted him to

little daughter, of Plant City, have returned weeks and practically all ot it came the past four years, leave for their II was easily noticeable. The people are make a sacrifice. All together a Sever x
to their. home after a abcvisit from Paso Robles, owned by theDrennen's home in Minneapolis Minn, today.I praying and working to bring men pictrue story that is one of the most 188eItu
to Mrs. Root's mother, Mrs. D. C. which is recognized as one Their many friends in this city will and women to the Lamb'of God that exciting ever shown in Orlando. One: STEVEKSJWJIYEACteapol
Thompson, of Lucerne Circle.Sebeerftefor&eSeafeeL. of the most productive farmers in be glad to know that their intentions; : taketh away the sins of the world. which must be seen to be enjoyed.
the county, Dr. Ed Drennen is an expert are to return to Orlando early next This is a program of the highest ]
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,. \, must not.eoacern ourselves about,the you never nattKd' that MAKING .WATCHES. New upright piano, cost |400. Computing -
"r.L .. tacit la.anexact! tcteact.In,ceacal&f scales, cost $85. Platform
of the for He Hk"yoke i
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'Ittraeta fnm.. the Able Semen ofBer. '_is 'asy"andHis "burden 'ia sad:. ., ..." ;:jays ,Hagh 8. roUer.en Wenderful. Fecte'That'"Art,Performed scales, cost $15., also four show cases, TE OAKLAND
eight fine Durock '
writing on the secret tricks of ; and Berkshire three
Prettm Boyd Modern
by ,Machinery, /
We knew a old man in months First
light" very baseball coaching in the- American pigs.; ;: class two year
The text for the morning sermon .TIIe rapidity with.wakh-watches are old mule eoll'Addr
our.boyhood days who used to carry afiztethat the two men out there ss Bargains,
was found in Matthew n, 2628. The water from a distant spring. He hada 'Bear ant and third bases. who stem nowadays manufactured has been Office. 25-7t
r excerpts from Rev. Mr.Boyd's made, possible by the. ingenious machinery THE CAR
are 'yoke which he put uopn his shoulders to be mating fools of themaelvea'or designed within recent
yean FOR RENT-Flat of five
.sermon:.: 'In_ thischapter. we "'and.by'means,of. a rope attached trying to annoy. the majestic man In for the making of tO parts of a watch. Main street near Lake Lucerne rooms with on ThAT'EVEkYHODY'NTAL1UN
have 'picture of the Christ engaged doe serge, -are the wigwag men rig-
a all
to each end, he could carry two The speed with which these various modern conveniences. First
,in, thanking:;:His father :for : naang'to runners 'or batters Just,what floor :reasonable
rent Sentinel
prayer; buckets with comparative ease. I noticed parts are turned"out la, little short oflIW'Te1oUL' Apply -
the sovereignty and securinty of, thecovetintof he general sitting .on the bench wants Great sheets of and office. 4-26 3t ;
the. yoke, had .a soft lining of them to try to do. Sometimes the general : ; .
and ..lookingaroaadHim steel are cut and rolled into ribbons
redemption sheep's wool, .so as, ,to protect. the is on the lines, himself,looking ESTRAY-I1, have .taken as an ABOUT
earth within bffer- and i punchedout Into wheels at the up
.upon ; shoulders'of the'aged man' in the performance mates foolish as the wigwag men or estray; one Dunn Cow with few;
of from eatb
rate 10,000 a day
i ing to,all,:of the privileges and ben of his daily task; The yoke more so,' but somewhere hidden in his machine ',Workers;drill the punchIng thirty- white.'sp ts. Crop upper and under

? fits of thecpvenant'of divine. grace., of Christ 'will be made ,more meaningless or hackneyed phrases or bit, 'in one ear;.crop'bolt in the other I ASK FOR BEM6NSTIATWN
easy I ,one.holes In the fCOfot, the watch.aa "
ear. Brand 0" J. G. Lee
J lis'wfld gestures, there is a meaning
just been to .
Christ had speaking l:
than we:think of, if it be lined with fast as they can count Pine Castle, Fla. tf
He Is telling the batter not to bit the i
His disciples on the subject of eleCtion love. Across of iron will never gall next ban or to bunt it or informing Brass wire glides' into, a machine, SEE

and hard on the heels of,that,sub neck if its be love much less that measures off the length of a part.
a the linig him that the next, will be straight. '' FOR RENT-Four room cottage fur-
4 ject, which seems to be so difficult to will the cross of ChristI fast! ball and at the same time Inform tarns It,. puts a screw:tlread'on, each nished, Concord Park, one block MAGRUDERWELCOME
He with thisbroad" end and actually .screws _It In .at..the from Orange Ave. $10.00 month. .
understand, comes' was reading just recently of a little ng the base runner that the,batter.intends per
"r invitation, saying:, "Come Unto to hit and that he, must start 'rate of 2,000, a day Inquire Wm. *Coryell, Concord Ave.
who his father to
boy ,was helping The screws ;;are ,of! such,,tiny; size Apr.27 May4-ll
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Me'all :that labor:and heavy at top speed when the pitcher starts to.
: are .
ye unpack some'xe of dry'goods and that fifty gross, of them, may be put
landen, and I will give you rest" In put them on the outstretched arms ,wind up. In a woman's thimble :while of others Patronize'Sentinel advertisers

His.prayer, He. said, "I thank Thee, of ,his.little son. A stranger passingby Salt Water Bathing. there. are a thousand gross to the TO

t 0 Father, Lord of Heaven and'earth, said to. the lad "Don't you think .Dr. Copeman of Brighton England pound. .
2 because,,Thou hast hid these things Balances are cut from the solid steel GOOD' WORK
you have load enough? "I don'tknow writing In the Practitioner. London MULESFor
ground down, worked up and' drilled I ROYAL PALM
from the wise and prudent and hast ," replied the lad, "but r' guess fires some advice on sea bathing. with their twenty-five screw bole
<- revealed them unto babies." Note "The best time to bathe is about two
knows best" He knew the '
Papa apiece at the rate of 100 wheels a day
# how' He laid special emphasis ont hours after breakfast, the period of BARBER SHOP
father loved him and would not give from each machine. Sale by
"these things" but did not mention him more than he could carry. Andso greatest vital activity says Dr. Cope- Wheels bare their teeth cut a couple
man. 'The.one time-which must be .
,just what He meant by'"these things" 'it,, is with {,Heavenly Father. avoided .by all .is after a full meal of dozen at a time ;some with from' ft G., Modern and Complete. ,
the' sixty to eighty teeth, at the rate of Harper
Undoubtedly Hemeant:; great and
"Sometimes He adds sorrow to sorrow DU IDI"'the process of digestion the : Everything 'new, individual
wheels from each machine.
1,200 a day
Yr fundamental things which belong tot until we think we cannot bear the teasels of the Internal organs are already electric attachments at
oUr Luke 19 42nd. He thus engorged with blood and the -Harper's Weekly. South Hughy St. Phone 534 every
peace. load, but He knows best, and will not chair. No stone has been left
of them because shock of the cold water,Is apt to pro-
poke emphatically give .us :more. than we can bear, for The Physiotypt. unturned to make this shop
4 ,all:other things 'are of less import He is r kind and loving Father." duce a very dangerous condition of I This Is an English Invention for mak
t ance. congestion, the least of many; penalties Hauling of :all ,kinds, and plow- meet th erequirementa of the
pictures by impression leaves;
that may accrue being'an acute attack most particular. Plenty of
Men may delve deeply into the mysteries raui"Jones* ...rom.... of.indigestion. With many keen bath ferns lace feathers and various other ing carefully looked after. ''room. Courteous attendants.

I of nature'. and.'understand all After the'great fight in which John era it is an article of faith to bathe objects. It depends upon the chemical

t science, .art-and philosophy,.yet if we Paul Jones hi the Bonhomme Richard before breakfast But business men action of a fine powder. 'The object of ELIJAH WHTTEHEAD ,

4 do not folly ,comprehend.the .significance made splinters Sand shreds of.the Brit after months of unremitting toil those which a representation is to be made, GIVE USA TRIAL Proprietor.
ish vessel' Serapls the English govern who are below or,who are getting 18 placed upon,white paper and pressed
of these things,as referred toby par. Orange Ave, Orlando, Fla.
ment generously decided that though on in years should aroid taxing their either by the hand or by other means
Christ, all of. our knowledge is in When the object is removed no Impression
vanquished beyond question, the cap system by bathing at such a ,time.
vain. tain of the lost vessel had' behaved Eton the most robust would be wise is visible'on the:paper but upon

; Let. us study::more'carefully, ''Com with becoming1:bravery and deserved to partake of a cup,of hot milk before sprinkling the powder over the paper

u unto Me, all ,ye that labor and are promotion: the rank of commodore. laving the bouse." the picture at once appears sharply defined 'When you want 'any of theEMERGENCY'SUPPLIES

zr heavy laden." ,Note ,the words, -"allye. John Paul.Jones'beard of this promotion and remains permanent: Sections -

." From ,these words, I should] and Its cause and said "Well, by I Salt. of wood and designs of coins and KYRRYTIIIIIIFEED

judge the Master was addressing a* George! If I ever meet ..that chap I Salt production is about the oldest medals can thus be represented, and mentioned in
again I'll make him an admiral. the prints can be transferred to lithographic
Industry in the world. In Italy the 1
laboring congregation. Some seem to .; stone smear aluminium' thus JOHNSON & JOHNSON'SHandbook -IN- I
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cradle of the salt industry, It has been
think that He was speaking toChristians producing records from which any
Mozart's Work. manufactured commercially for Z500 '
only Not so for He said; number oft copies can be taken.-Chi il
Mozart thirty-seven years. His rears: Salt Is so necessary to exIstence .
F "Mye'thatlabor. > To you, then who first mass was composed when he was that in some parts of the world sago Record-Herald. '

labor with."your'hands. or your brain, less, than ten ,years, of age. and the, tribes will sell the members of their

4 He 'says "Come and I will give you enormous Quantity of his compositionswas families In exchange for salt Salt has Economy and Consolation.Her .
In its not
rest" the work of the succeeding twen been the' cause'' of wars,' and 'so important discovery way was 01First -FOR-
t1..even'years. Mozart wrote forty-one 'has, always. been ,consideredthat less than epochal '
If. ever rest;from oppression comes "It ls> to. when
c symphonies. fifteen masses, over thirty hi, some places the passing of so easy save you i
t' to'the world it will be when the exclaimed. Aidhere
caps know bow! she "Oh so
operas and dramatic compositions alt is established as a token of friendship LIVE STOCK
italistii aDd laborers !, Do 1 wish to 125 Very
are united,in the easy ,save
. forty-ooe'sonatas, together with.an immense and women throw,salt on a visitor -
:# hands of : Christian brotherhood. In well 110 down town and find some .
1 number of vocal and concerted as a friendly greeting. In some j
if spite{ of all the opposition and struggle 1 pieces in almost I every line of art, countries .salt'ls ,so scarce that, it 'is thing'I' 'would like that costs $25 and .ia the'place to get ,
then I don't buy it Nothing could be
/ 'in'li$, :Christ, .stands waiting .. obtafDed.through the ashes.of grasses elmpl r." them. Call 'phone. LAUBACH
and'is ready:ito rest of ers' and a species of palm and other plants or
give us ,-rest Painting Tu She did not deny however, that her 9
body and mind and. ,"'soul.: .Some,'are .Among the many trades.which exist While salt is produced in almost every method involved a sacrifice. The .Grain' Man.: ,

laboring"to give.us rest by,formal re but which are not as a rule filled up in country the world it Is'stated ,that be "But .If.the sacrifice is.too painful" DcLaney Drug Co.
nowhere can salt of such purity
Ug OIL 'Others are trying by their the census papers, are the takers" ol obtained at anything like the cost for she went on to explain. "I go'and'find' ,C rch'SUce Phew 18
all kinds from the manufacturer of
'iomethlDmr husband would like that
good works to secure this Christian Loulsiana.Manufacturers : Orange Avenue
; mining as in ,
antique furniture and brasses to the ,
costs |35 and don't bay thatTPack.Strychnin
restfulness and many hope to ,find it Record. t
,bird) fancier who can pass sparrow . ,
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by) seeking after,happin s. Beloved, as a'canary. Perhaps the most curious -
"It the';not'by'might, nor by power, form of "faking" is that which deal A Real Gas' Plant.' Maria have noticed how
"Say, you
but by My 'Spirit, sayeth, the Lord with turkeys, dead or alive, and which There are two varieties of gas plant
thIs Infernal cat jumps my lap everytime
of.Hosts..! Do you earnestly ,desire Is principally practiced, in France.' The One is a manufacturing establishment I sit down to read r the Ladies of Orlando,
age'of a ,turkey !is told chiefly by its where coal L converted into gas for.il- -
't this precious gift, namely. rest? Then -Yes. Well I suppose the poor thingis
legs,,and beak. These: are filed and ,laminating and heating purposes. The DEMONSTR4TION
I>: accept the earnest invitation of our tired.
treated with varnish the other variety is'a real growing plant
a special by
Divine; Lord and,come to Him for rest. "faker" two,or three times a week before called the fraxinella. Few know why. "Well, the next time 1 go to the drugstore If yon have any combings don't throw them away.

1, \ There may be ,some pr'esent'who do .the bird'is to be sold. It will then the fraxinella is called'the "gas plant" 111 get something Post(biff!) for that You have in your city, L Gold, a manufacturer of hair goods;

;:: not know the m sicfof these beautiful to:'all appearance have renewed. ItS] This is because at certain times it releases tired. feline.-St Louis -Dispatch at Dade City, Fla., but recently from Chicago, where yon

j words of ,Christ Only the sons oft youth and Its owner is able, to obtain a volatile,oil that actually .Ignites rate Patient '. ""* can bring your combings and have a switch braid,.transformation .

: toil know' the:, real meaning of the a much higher price. The freshness ot if allowed to come in 'contact "You un4erstand'- e well doctor-it or any piece of hair work yon would like to have
the dead birds is also told with a lighted match. The fraxinella ,
a word "real" by : you amputate my legs I shall never set made from
the color of the legs and for this too, Is also notedfor its fragrance and
Having' foot inside door againr-Pari
thus co'm .to Christ and longevity if not'disturbed. One plant your fUOtellW
a varnish is ,used. The, ,varnish was
I entered,into:His rest, the command it, the, discovery of a Frenchman Pere la a, 'New England garden is doing Sourire., Also carry large line of finest quality French cut hair,

Take my'yoke upon you". First, we Cbapellier, who seems to .have,been a its best to outlive a third generation. which we make to order to match We demonstrate the work

must :accept-the ,invitation and come I really remarkable man, as he had many and elsewhere a clump is still..flourish( , BUSINESS BOOSTERS every afternoon from 2 to 5. Also carry a large line.of'sani

to.Christ.. and secondly we.must take! irons In the' 'fire and died worth a con: ing after a no less than of the thirty-seven most difficult Business, Boosters CLASSIFIED(classified adver= tary hair goods. Switches, 114 oz., 50c; Vfa oz. 10 and 20

.',riderablV.. stint. '.-:London-Teleemnhu .. rears.on.of places graver-one for a perennial keep tijements) received after 10 o'clock, ins. long, $1; 2 oz., 24 ins. long 1.50;-2% oz., 26 ins. long 2.25

{ up ft' long:straggle' for) existence, let midnight, wfll be run in the "Too Lateto WE MATCH .ALL SHADES. Silk hair nets 86 in*,'

alone a normal life.-New York World. Boosters Classify"column.of. five.,lines.', /, or lew approximately loaf 5c. Don fail to call during this week for our' low

r j. 80 words-.one time, 26 prices. Goods on display at '

Gifted. cents; three times 50 cents; one Week .

r \, .,. 1 don't know what I'm ever,rain (six daily and one weekly editions.). F. N. BOARDMANDRY
: \ to make of that son of mine" complained $1.00; one month, $3.00.

-1 a prominent Cleveland business : GOODS AND NOTIONS ORLANDO, FLORIDA
F Sale two lots best
man the other day. The old chap BARGAINS-For
of beautiful ,Colonial Park.
Is self made a graduate of the university part HIIIIIMHIIIIillllllhlllllilMIIIIHMIMIIIIIHORLANDO
Also fast, gentle young pony, harness
I of;hard knocks'and. all that' and
and buggycomplete. Enquire
it naturally grieves him.to have' a son tinel Office. 27-3t
: '. who is not aggressive. ..

"Maybe your.son hasn't found himself STRAYED-Some time Friday.night, ,
yet." we consoled. "Isn't he gift a black mare with blaze face. No-

j .. eclln'aDJ'Wayr. tifyJ.\S.:; :.Rowland. : 2 -2FOR' ,

"Gifted! I should say he ..181'H .
tint got a darned thing that ;w m't, SALE 0#'TRADE-Aj five passenger -
Rambler automobile 24-H.. BUSINESS COLLEGEMODERN
YeIand' ,
given to h1m. -c1 Plain Dealer. -
for lots in around
: P., or acreage or
Orlando. Address M. P. WOLLAM,

Orlando .Fla. 4-26 3t
,: Big William Finn.
Your athlete demimli free play boot for the
y The statue of William Penn at the FOR HIRE-Nice seven passenger

bonea 1 aacl .muscles of hit leet-Ue'Gotham it city hall In Philadelphia weighs thirty touring car. Large and roomy. COURSES IN

an athletic last.f ., tons and Is thirty-seven feet high. 4-20 tf J. B. MAGRUDER.

Some other dimensions are: Hat rim and Double
Single Entry Bookkeeping. Corporation
, Are you one of these men who have a pretty definite twenty-three feet in circumference: BUY a lot in Thornton Park, a nice

1. idea of what they.want in shoe ? "Hang the styles," nose thirteen Inches
..i ay you "Give me a good natural ,shape, with inches four,feet long long and four arms,inches twelve wide;feet hair six Typewriting, Penmanship, Commercial Law,
plenty. of toe room and a sensibly rounded toe." If OAK HILL is the beautiful subdivision
1 Inches long; waist twenty-four feet the Northeast of the and Commercial Arithmetic Spelling and all
' to city ,
that to salesman
you say a are sure to
you. pretty get ankle
circumference, legs from
of the Istill_ .,have, lOme''cholet. ,lots thereCarl
one handsomest shoes in the Regal line the knee, ten 'feet; calf. ;eight feet eight .Jensen. Branches of Civil Service.

f I Gotham. This shape was good ten years ago. and Inches circumference. I

will be popular-ten years hence. It comes as near WANTED-A'DOIitIon as manager,

being right as any shoe that was ever built. Beats a Good Wife.An caretaker and collector for nonresident DAY AND NIGHT GLASSESExperienced .

aE orator J bolding:forthh-in.favor of property ownersr By nan ofexperience
who can rive It dose attention. .
Gothtm Black Ring Call woman-dear divine woman-conclud .' Address. Collector, Senti'DeL' Teachers in Charge. Diplomas
and TaD RuIia Call ed thus: .
si ,. .. 4- j Granted and Positions Secured for Gradu-
Brogo Btachtt Oxfcrd "Oh, my friends depend upon tt,
nothing beats a good wife. 'FOR..SALE-New' seven-rooolore, ates.

$4.00"I : 1 beg your pardon." reDlied a wom- I with Wail talents improvements.feOOO. .

.an.1t ure. a bad husband always ...s in part Patrofiize Home Iflstitutioas.
: ...."London Telegraph. pay. Address Owner* care Sentinel.

?.*<- t.-- .;: : i WANTED-A business partner l in; a

Early Rising. B&1 faeturinr-buaiitil' well For Prices and Terms call address
oa er
t The difference between rising In the established trade. Need more capita ....
I ,morning at R and 7 o'clock in the and will take partatr or will make a
;apace of forty yean-cuppoalng a man stock with ,1&_ to |20-
to go to bed at the same hoof %t 060 eapitaLllaat up to date tad In
RtA8k ;night-is nearly equivalent to the ad'ditkm excellent condition.! '. Address Maaufactarer Urlmllt BEezz.UIh' 11l lt

years of 'ten and yean ten.to 4 life of- threescore in can of Sentinel s tf .

FOB BENT'"I'InfIW.: my .cottage
.1 .
on Laeerae Circle. Jat A. Kaox. '' ill #
k a BroWn&'Lartiguer : Where is the m.. who has. the power -=--. t.

f": S ,and KID. to stem the terreat of a'woman's ,' -tr. FOB ,SAIOyerst: : et"'Tarpeetiae tILVIIrDA;

.' ... wffll-OM )BagHrt Prtverb.. :Ce BJIU1'I Stock.:'*lajeire' at'tke <

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: Mrs .

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:: ':<.... 'iii'aeM to('fTor:theva as the Bfttfeaal Bower', -' fOIl,1llr f BI 'K"1 fR T "OOMIANY! .tYBefore ,

it!b e-'clela':to;'au4e JBCjBelftw Ana > Y
f fcaeJkwood
\ otw "" .."... ... .to! ... . - -.... . ou
F celebrated bee, efgatfarst btrtaday ., .
MJift' she,la the oldest;practicing, .lawn CapHd art Svplw u4 Hivktt'frtfifeTtfiK I2I,** .

>yet the worW.t .
f?..: CallMee Parrea.. chairman of IcsNites ivcr Three furters t<...... '

pile legai,section of the Greek National Buy'Consider

''Ceundl. 'of, 'Wow* 'JI' leading the a.t... ef tfcs Orks4e Beak mi
f:ttorement to amend the laws' of 'v
%keece dlsfrimlnating.against married s.Y !rill .Cs a( 'dese el......
$woa>en.Ifigfl. -' ; -
: -
t & AlIIbpl,1I.Th.s .
: ?
Pheebe'W.;Cousins, noted law. a 4 Quality Style

'lq'suffragist and Prohibitionist,..who i Aa1iuesyua t., ,

Ifjegaleen, months ago way .In 'poverty; W.ee a
f k today:rated at $100,000 owing.to.an .
tea+ease in value of .ArbDIu'i1fllDp and then choose

t landi. through recent reclamation project _
y! BBBOUBCB8LoawaadDieeo h

'Mlss'. Eulalle Jensen who recently .. i

wired 'the Panama-Pacific exposition s.........

aaagers of her candidacy for 'the ONeata .............. .. !
:Bodel of the "Spirit of the Golden fS,.i9 Real Estate, h. Allen & Co

Gate," Is a Chicago girl She was ,sadrbcteresStoekfaad .......... K.8M.44
the model for the decorative
:chosen as Beads ...,.... .16V018JS.ITBMIMB
design of the St Louis exposition In I a
Cash oa baad aM la Biala .
1901: Hiss1 1 Jensen:disclaims the be- .

lief that she II,the most beautiful woman JEWELERS

In the country,' but says she Total ................
thinks her features,adapted/for dec.orative '

design.' ; p WIILITII8I Orlando, Florida

Capital Stock ...........tI....
Pert Personals. I teplw aad UafifiMDeposits -

Iroa ................ '24444*
Abdul Hamid and Port Diaz should
afternoon and ,................ MU1&M
get together some : swap

'laughs.-Washington Poet. Let 'Us) Regulate Your Waleb.EVEIYlIING
'r'The' biggest surprise we can' think I Total ................I780J8M8L

it would'be for Hetty Green to,pro: 4 V

Mte'to'! pemsUm bachelors.-Knickerbocker CUJUUNTEEB
Press. Dopes i Apr 4, 111=..........,* .1
.$"Mattj"l the pitcher; must bare afadeaway"that '" -
be uses In'the game : .' 'Deposits Apia is, !lU... ..,111.
of checkers 'lp' order 1 to play and win todatrtMGi !aI.t, State aad Ceiaty Pifisttiry IMWMI j, u sips ...... ;

\ tmnteen games slmultaneously.-New 1 f.njiuiJ =:

York Tribune.'The Oii 0 **.,* , ,, ,, a

kaiser baa completed a ballet - .
which'is.to. ;] iji' produced .in Berlin::
Europe baa dad totthe imperial'maple >MIIMIIIillllMIMIIMMIiiMiMMMIMIItlHliiilllMtMMMIttilMHtHllt l

more than**.daring his reign Model Grocery

'tad baa,not eajeyw'the. experience-:

Hew York,World.Enqfeh. IF YOU WANT THE LATESTIN '

18 West Church Street

Mow'than 300,000.marriages are regktered'annaally'lfl FANCY AND STAPLE GROCERIES. NEW AND aFRESH
V 'l q ,{

There are a thousand marriages a We GfreOn PersOnal Attention to Our CtttaMn and : '
/swath fewer in England than there 'DRESSES OF, ALL DESCRIPTIONS COME TO B. SOLO. .
J were five years raga, Guarantee Satisfaction aid Preapt DeHYery
ju-If erery!men In,England were mar MOIL SATISFACTION. GUARANTEED OR MONEY' .
Give Us a Trial
: : ;
;.iW tie would still be 1,1T8OOO.f. -
Mlee umproTided f or.

'Buckingham palace, for almost a : Subtler B os. Proprietors t tTHE'
esfitery regarded as .the ugliest,royal ,

palace, Is. it is said, ,to be altered the B. Salomon Orlando
existing drab exterior, to, be replaced 11111 11111 lalll 11111 11111 11111 11111 11111 llllliiliM.
with an Imposing frontage of white .
Portland stone. The huge pile/waa r*

tint in- 1824'by'Joseph Nosh.Aerial' 'lilllliillllllllllllllllHilillllllllHIIIMHIIIIIIIIIIIIill lllllillllliilil H. H. P. STRAIGHT

-- -
.. For Sale at al Clear Stores {
Rights. SEA. DUTY FOR:'OFFICERS. ... .'.n...._.... -... .
Josephus Daniels, Secretary) of the ftkitts.'Neweat Cigar Hale k Orkide
German scientists that aeroplane
say from the inland town of UNDERTAKER', ARMSTRONGThe
Kfh. in high altitudes destroy taberetteeta Hayaaa and Florida Wrappers
Raleigh,'-N. c., where he was an edi-
borne -
This to be
germs ARTISTIC FRAMBR of Orlando
.' ek by the fact that aviators, when' tor-politician but he seems to hare Try OM and Be Coariaced 3d

picked up semi not to have been killed some very good ideas as.to navy efficiency PINe BTRFt T t

by ereu1oIls.-C1eTe1aD4 Leader. and how to encourage it. One HERMAN H. FINDER M'l'i'r

No matter how many fall, there will of the secretary's notions is that one

be others to go up.- The door toy the of the chief duties'of, a naval officer 212 South Orange
sky hu been'opened and will not be
to to sea and not to his entire MtilMMHIMMillllllUMtlMlilttiliMIIMIiliilllOrlando
v cfeMd. Bq1De11Dq. Jp'wqI'ma, is go pass ....
career, attending to pink teas ,on t
break' and air currents overturn ,but
BanwfilflynatilbehsdoffilalonoTerthe shore. The idea probably will be a House .
air as over'the land and secColMer's shock to many men'in the navy who -

Weekly.Bombay are holding office positions and who do Oscar Hand I'OYeieard i prominent hardwire i

I most of' their navigating a foot, in dealer.Iq tail auralag .
r- 2., Nits, Friday .. Sa""Y, Illy 2,3 .. ... erf (Me I ceJaentise
.ITalea J of t CitieL trolley ears.or in automobiles. Press :
& S'Qnhenl.i. ,. at 'I5 aM X6.00 ,amt
ident Wilson is in full accord with ;: \ :\ .

,(where the arerage t pea- Daniels' recent? order At toe 1n .
Secretary general & Raid referred to I aq
tee is 803, ta the hottest of the to the effect that no promotions Mr. Frank J..;Powers and his own f. aaOsisado ...1IYri.bushed
world's dUeL -N of laid InOraigs.su. .
great .
Naples la demolishing; old dwellings shall be made from one rank to an- FULL LINE OF COM t100 pee tbs .... laid Ii itnrAO

tr.; the lower put of the city where other'in the navy until officers' have HYPNOTIC COMEDY[ CO1PANY PLETE [HOUSE FURNISHINGS ..Ii H aid ..I.w. .. .. '
the people lire crowded together, and lad a proper amount of sea service per' acre, and .. M tfcto

If rotetitnting' modern buildings. in' their f existing grades. ,Captain What were tkOrhid.j' ......

There'are fat:London more Scotsmen Tomplin,M. Ptta who was 'an aide CHANGE OF PROGRAM NIGHTLY; COME IN AND SEE' US eft> tW ... .....

than Aberdeen_ more:Irish than InDublin under Secretary Meyer, did not likethe .t 4>iA, "rthJ1T _. 1 ,.''hadk ... JIi'",

more Jews:than In Palestine order, so he wrote a letter toFres- One Hilarious Laugh from Start'to 'Finish :,JOR,, ...., Jm DeW ... ,'
and more Roman Catholics than in ident Wilson protesting because he ago your inft on t ,

.... was not to be promoted to'the grade : la tk. Omit Curt, sun u 1.... malt, >todk If w ant "baring'not to dgure
Prices'Ie. 35c. CaHlreilSe.IIIIIIIIIIMtlllllllllllllMIIIIIIIIIIIIM i yet bought _
for e
Orange CMBty. rUriiaifl .
of admiral until he had more experience 'Partitkm *f Lands Orlaad0lortOraags,, ."".."."i.tbsr ... prefIItJ"
and School tat <
Cotteae +s still
at sea. .President Wilson for.1arjI
IIIII'I Ml for Parr -, lid I'aolahor
Amale L Wood
Open air schools,'arrupct'after Ger. promptly told Captain Potts to take *'. ' tition of Lind. ieaeeaig ....L1'IIIl"JOIJ ..- win r4U
the he had been assigned to o. _. ' Clan L Wiggins et all. b@t
hare been ship
.an and American models, go Bouut yi .. ....
.. Barcelona and walk the for To Cwnk B. Bat oDDoJMb Mode act T. ..q
tastitnted at Spain.A to sea quarterdeck A. McKM; Mortimer MeBac. .
Chilean province has established ,awhile before he could become a flag it KM and 'John from A.the YcRae.JuniorsIt swan Amended Bffl (: and III man CAlL 1ANSIN

\in floating schools to enable the reel officer. country generally will NEW YORE BOSTON in tfcTaboTt entitled eaie. that A. F. Odlin 0tIee over I ,
d is the solicitor for Annie I* Atwood the complainant Orlando 0-..
Islands to obtain an .
teats of Its many i commend Secretary :Daniels in taking 'AN ALL b the said Ameaitd Bill that the Arse lIi.
education. defendant of the said amended WB are anDO..WeDfa TIle bUb"v the
I of
the that it is the business aei
position primarily
I Of. the, three oldest unlrersltlea ot ,; of. naval officers to command Nerthen al Eirten _tats of them Oft 21 of yean the State of ate of and Florida that there each bow as. If J01I do DOt, act
western Europe-Salerno, Bologna and is >o perIOD within the State of norida.terriee i
Paris-two were open from the first to ships and not to hold down snap desk -jam Rettfml and HealthM'Sea Voyag on whem wmU. kind uy of ,said ud .
defendants named fa said incBded bill
women. Those were Salerno and Bo- jobs on shore. .n 6200-T Modern St lSttamtkipi that the rapecthre places of mkJence of
....... the Mm'&I'said defendant area follow,
.. FAIL 400 Ft town: Georgia B. Kit* resides at Suwanee,
S C S 'S 1 C S 1 S S S S JIor
DiBose at ntoD"
Tennessee: Rosalie
State Lines. THE IMPORTANCE OF KEEP- FROM _. '" II U.4.. North Carolina: John. A. MeBae,, Mortimer
canasta. MeRae, Doagiat McBae and John A. MeSas
ING POSTED 'i II ee.trea .Junior, an reside at Washington, a C.
has S, 11,451 of land JACKSWVHLETO Ton are therefore ordered to appear to this
Colorado acres S. Bill oa THE t 1f CIGAR THAT '

,prier Irrigation "How things we hare )(MONDAY THX KD. DAY 07 JUNK 1111
counties In Minnesota many Faa a. ....... _' the same being a nk day of this Court.
Eighty-four proposed to do,how many planned It Is farther wdered that this notiee be
., hat summer expended$1, 6o,09o In Im- loiter in noblest '. New York $24J. =iLlS published for four sneeesirre weeks, in the EVERYBODY
-we our A.
highways. Boston' 2&19 23.30Isd.luitM.nlalSta.a.wAao.rr'1 Sooth Florida Sentinel. a newspaper published .
proTing +
t ': You be always is Orange Comaty Florida.
1 purposed
California has, the least number offtuaderstorms may rs.nl/ewiw Witness B. )I. Robinson, Clerk of said S.a
r successful if you do but set out Cowt and the seal thereof this the 24th day
and Flor-
and Alabama . ... .
tit fcifa WhnssriJAtKSOMVILLE idnb4.iMisiY of April A. D., 191S. .
t Ma hare die:greatest,number: FlorMa .' well:and let your thoughts and J' : OFFICE,v M AN ft"L .-...s- '. B. M. ROBINSON. Clerk,
baa the'most even temperature of ''practices proceed upon the right OAtaMARK,T.'.A.' .L-TtelM5 IM ,Arthur F. Odlin By M. A. Howard D. C. HAWLEFSSTRAIGHTS

eay tats S method." t Solicitor for Complainant

You have often made up your .
- About of he Y. M. G. A.
fifty boys ;
Flippant Rings. mind to buy something for the '
....ter of Tampa will go to Deer Lake on the
t'person or the home; but have put
A college professor says impulalTe off doing so from, time to time. annual camping exhibition. Deer'Lake y
,people usually hare black eyes. Not week- SPRAYING is just twenty-five miles from Tam- Get the beet cigar at >five
Then day pick a '
tiways;'sometimes'if a* a bruised nose one you up For White Fly and Scale Spray with Sc1mm'. Inseetieide:. pa. New:'additions equipage have ,cents, the next time you
and discover
,er Jaw.-Baltimore Sun., . old paper some es- For Rust Mite only spray with '. Lime Salpkv! Sototiea. been made since last year in the Way want to smoke judge for
post_ pedaHy worth-while offer of the For blight Potatoes and other plants with Sehaarr's Bordeaux ,
Why not appoint a woman, spray of six new tents A.large eating pa- yourself
cabl- thing needed. MIxture.
aster general the new Wilson very you
,..U' The sex knows an about handBag This emphasizes the importance For all eating nisects spray with Sehnarrfs Arseaate'rf Lead villion is a,permanent fixture on the
Angeles Times ., when and 'For all sucking insects such as Pumpkin Bugs, Aphis on water melons grounds. Also there will be three
themales-Los of' keeping posted on ,
and cantaloupe vines and Hessian fly spray with Schnarr's No. 8. One .
boats. of the
One .of 1 Robert ,BQTOS' razors' ''was how to buy to advantage. Grasp We carry roiled Sulphurone Add for foot Rot, BIle Stoae, RIP Prees new: interesting, Made fa Oiiaado ad soldMIMMMIiiillllllllllM

.sold in Londontheothe; ; 'day for |100. ..,.your'opportunities" i reading, the are Hose and Bamboo Rods I Agemt for the Bean Power Sprayers, Read. features will be the, camp' Rye talks: 'by"_all ,.deeien.i .' :. .
This, however-will make DO'difference ';advertaements'b ''.THE SENTINEL :? 'Pumps dad,Knapsack Sprayera. ' by: business men who will be invited:

.M; the buyer wife happens to"need'. .It earefuUy-every day. J. SCEUS-aJLR, & CO. 27 ,W. CHURCH 'STi out to camp to talk-on various vocations -I Y
,> rip a.dre *.-Defrott Free:Pissi."l subjects.
either humorous
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f k >MM;. SI: Ullllllillllllillill- ciVIc LEAGUE, MEETS, -,- --
" ,,')jfo. .to The Civic League met'.Monday afternoon -
,4), ".. Louis a Uiuey Pree1M4.;
"- in the Lecture, room of the
<:}.t:, .t Phta Waifaw. YlMuft, I. Ri >rw aside Methodist church in regular monthly How much
..l .MM*a: MM*,Aa't.o.MIr. Sand X Ntwd,.l CtoU session, twenty members and'officers money.would
": present In the absence of,the President -
\ the first vice president, Mrs.
*tA THEY J..C. Patterson. presided Minutes of like to spend for

..,-l\-1. last monthly meeting meeting read and and approved.last executive you

* The treasurer reported an expense
1STATE of $149.04 and receipts of $43.90 witha
Y balance in bank of $141.06.
The reports of standing committees

followed.Parks committee reported that they $$11.ll $ll.U

9 :\ of Orlando had plans.not held a meeting nor perfected Class Class

: The chairman of Charters on 'Sanitation No. 2 Noa 2and
on Pure Food, on Bird Protec- 2 AClass
Y ,' TIE. OLDEST BANK EV M CITYAND tion, on, Literature and on Member
ship, were not present
The Ways and Means Committee
reported a Rummage Sale held last
4 Friday and Saturday with a net re-
k Bade which transacts more business than
: $16.50
sult of seventy-seven dollars._ This
K' any Bade between Jacksonville and Tampa report was applauded. $ 33.00:
6 Chairman of Junior League reported ClassNo. .

a meeting held at Opera House 50 H
The large patronage of this Bank has been built up last Friday with moving pictures for
during twenty years by conducting business on sound the children and an enrollment of i .11
forty names. Ladies of this committee -
banking principles with careful attention to the legitimate are most enthusiastic.

wants of customers. The confidence of the public Chairman on Education< reported
that her committee had met with the
,is reuected in the large amount: of deposits. 28.05
board of education and 'discussed
f Average deposits' First Quarter of 1913, 900000. ,, plans for the school which they found $$56.10.1
were excellent with best of lighting Class
: and ventilation, cloak rooms closets No. 5
FOUR PER CENT PAID ON SAYINGS ACCOUNTS and heating arrangements and drinking Nos.5and
. fountains in best,style. The stair- 5A

ways were not fire proof, but had been -.-
r .wk.
altered by the committee on the build-
Our correspondent banks are located in every part of ing. If it is possible from a financial

the,:world and include some of the largest Banks in the standpoint, domestic science and man- Join ay of oar Saviig Clubs and you can have either oi the
ual training will, next year, be included
R United States.ENTERTAINMENT in the course. The committee saw above amounts to spend

d the gas company,who agree to furnish ,
4 4, ,- "'I free of charge, the necessary gas and
J the hot plates to be used in the do- Call and get a Circular or let us explain the plan to you
z.r: .' AT CATHE DEAS.W ARD. mestic science.
DRAL SCHOOL.THIS EVENING The acting president presented Miss
',: t Mr. Richard R. Deas and Miss Mary E. Perry of St. Louis, who is The Peoples National Bank

.,;; \.: A number of the young ladies of the Madge Ward, of Sanford, were married prominently connected with Civics, .
Cathedral School will .take part in last evening at six o'clock zy who made a few remarks, saying she "
held in Hall this Rev. J. F. McKinnon "It is a pleasure to serve you.
be his
u a recital to Cluett at residenceon was delighted as well as astonished
," evening and the program prepared Liberty street.. at the work being done by the League, .
r. : will prove most entertaining. Several Miss Ward is the eldest of the three which is much in advance of any she ......
; readings wfl be given and the Glee 'charming daughters of Mr. and Mrs. has seen in a small town, and com-
.71 dub, ,as well as students from the Harry Ward, of,Sanford and Mr. Deas pares favorably with that of a large Hllliiil HIMIIIilllltt .
\.:,s ,school of instrumental music will par is the popular assistant cashier of city. She gave some instances of
;3 ticlp te. . .. the People's Bank, of that city. work being done in St. Louis. She
T" The bride and groom were accompanied touched on Equal Franchise and the
: TWENTIETH'CENTURY CLUB. by Mr: and Mrs. Harry Ward, need she found for voting as a help - WANTEDI
'1,:. parents;of.the bride, Misses Veda and I I in her work.
',;"j'; The Twentieth Century. Gab will Fern,Ward, Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Tolar, Mrs. Starbuck was instructed to ; .
aj meet with Miss :Antoinette- Simons, Miss Charlotte Keeler and Messrs. B. send to the colored Civic League., the : -"
:.t Way' afternoon -and the, hour'' Perkins and J. R. Holland., Others .tags left from last tag,day. : 500 small feet to be fitted with small shoes at the,

M.. ,has been changed from three to three- present to witness the ceremony were: The acting president gave the invitation I .
11 1 thirty.SCANDINAVIAN., Mrs. N. B. Sharps and Misses Gussie of the Municipal League to :
"f.- Shapre and Marion Nye. meet with them,tonight. SHOE DEPARTMENT ,
II r. SONG RECITAL After the marriage the bridal party On motion, the meeting adjourned. "

:'t 'AT,NORTH HIGHLANDS with the officiating minister were PRESS REPORTER.
,- driven in,automobiles to the New Lucerne of the
"'."t.if" Tonight' Mrs. J. Robinson .Murphy Hotel, where they enjoyed a LUCERNE UNDER NEW -itAN.
will give her concert of Scandinavian most delightful wedding dinner. In AGEMENTBob
"' music. She will sing ancient 'and the excitement and pleasures follow

modern ,Danish, Sweedish and Norwegian ing ,the dinner, the bride and groom Magruder and Jenkins Doliveare BIG WHITE STORE
;{ 'ballads. She will be assisted stole away from the party and in a the new managers of the Lu- H
Wilkins who will waiting automobile, made their escape theater. Both these
4 by Miss Ruby sing cerne young men *
\' Danish Folk songs. to some unrevealed station, are hustlers and know the theater
"w Smith has where they expected to board a train business like .they know their best '
Miss Johnnie Marian ,
of the best makes of
These shoes best
for their are firms but
consented to repeat the lovely numbers wedding journey, thus escapeing girls and are going to dress the room ; were
J b 'from the Peer Gynt Suite which the showers of rice planned by up and make it as neat and attractiveas small for sacrifice
their designing friends. ; bought too rapid moving so we must themto
: ,
.she" has just given with such pro. they do their own persons on Sunday
-*' "-Bounced brilliancy at her recent grad This young couple enter their new morning. make .'
life under room.
n t uating recital at Rollins College most auspicious circumstances The boys recognize the fact that

a Rev. Dr.Wray will enliven theeven- wishing and them a: large circle of friendsare : people go to the theater for enjoyment They are truly neat Shoes for neat feet .
happiness prosperity -
ingby several famous poems. Norse and they will endeavor to mike

stories will:'be heard, and altogether ---- -- the Lucerne, which is already one of If you wear anything under 3 1-2 D, or any larger sizes
the audience will be'transplanted the coolest and pleasantest houses, of
into a realm, of' strange music and ODDFELLOWS CELEBRATE. I.amusement in the city, even more,at- | in A or B widths, you should become interested right now and
folk lore. Ninety-four years old Fellowshipin tractive.
N America had its anniversary celebration 1 Their constant aim will be to pleasethe ; drop around to be fitted for only
"* BUT ONE LIFE TO SAVE. all over,this land and the local people and bring clean, fresh
lodge did honor to this great order amusement to the people of Orlando,
When the 'last hour of youth is that has weathered the storms and and the Sentinel wishes them abund-
.f gone, with its opportunities for preparation vicissitudes of nearly a century, by a ant success in their efforts. $2.25
neglected and unimproved, !becoming program last night in their ,
there is nothing that can be done to lodge room. We call special attention to thead.of .
repair the harm. Some things God The subordinate members and Re- F. N. Boardman on the fifth page. '
*r gives often. The reasons return again bekah degree members in goodly num- He has some very special things to Sale lasts as long as stock lasts. :. ;- i,: f-.<
s'= and again, and the flowers change bers andby eight o'clock, the hall was offer, in the newest goods.Be sure "

twice to none. Thus each period of well filled. to read his ad.FAVORITE Remember it costs you nothing to try ,' See our>big north
The principal addresses of the *
life has its own. closing, its last hour,: even I
1 in which work is ended, whether well ing were delivered by Hon. W. R. THEATER TODAYA .
: done or neglected. Indeed, we may I I j O'Neal, Dr. J. W. Stagg, and J. T. i window for sizes and styles.

'say the same of each day; its end is i I Dale, and while these addresses were great feature program, including .. "
y the dosing of a definite season eulogistic in character, they were re- a great two reel feature."A "
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again. We may think of each single,three basic virtues, Friendship, Love great naval drama.
i day as a miniature'life. It comes to and Truth, on which this grand orderis The Greatest feature ever shown in
us ,new; it goes from us finished. builded, were beautifully exemplified Orlando and
There are three hundred and sixty- in the program of the evening. Two rip roaring comedies. I

five days in,a year. The only way to i The program was enlivened by violin "Dr. Bunyan. .................Imp i Yowell's
have a well finished year is to do well music by Prof. H. A. Newell. Comedy I

tf the tasks and duties of each day as Ice cream and cake were served anda "The Winning Ruse" ..........Imp'I 1
;: it passes. A marred or lost day anywhere general social hour added to the Comedy i
along the years leads to a loss pleasures of the evening. Come out and enjoy an hour of enjoyment _
or even sore misfortune afterwards.Fort .- Four great pictrues for 5c.
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