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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: March 18, 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 )
 Notes
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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; VOLUME'ONE ORLANDO, FLORIDA TUESDAY, 'MARCH 18TH, 1913. NUMBER 31. I

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I TURPENTINE TH WIlSoN GALLS BALKAN TERMS I REBELS All ACKNfUVO OFFICE SEEKERS I I THE COMMISSION I j



SUSPENDS BUSINESS EXTRASESSION NOT ADMISSIBLE LAREDO TOO STRfNUOUSI'' TO STUDY CREDIT ,


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f ON APRIL 7TH PEACE PLAN'' OF ALLIES WILL TWENTY-TWO ZAPATA ADHERENTS WILL REFUSE PERSONAL I
:ANNOUNCEMENT ,MADE IN SAVANNAH SOLONS MEET APPLICATIONS CONGRESSIONAL INVESTIGA.
OF'PRESI NOT BE SUBMITTEDTO CAUGHT BY THE AFTER c'
'rESTEID Y-L1A.' PRONOUNCEMENT TEN TORS WILL LOOK INTO j

B1UTIBS. OF THE CON.. DENT' IS BRIEF AND,'FOLLOWS TURKEY. FEDERALS, ARE SHOT DAYS' TRIAL. EUROPEAN RURAL |'I

ARE 'FOUR MIL USUAL FORM Special to the SentineL WITHOUT TRIAL. I II Special to the Sentinel.Washington SYSTEM. .f
'xbt Berlin, March 17.The European Special to The Sentinel' I March 17.-The first
LION. CLOSELY. I Special to the SentineLWashington
powers will this week inform the Balkan Laredo, Tex, March 17.-A handful ; sequence to President Wilson's determination March 17.The hear
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the SentineL Special to the 8eDtlDelwaShington
: t& Special to allies that their suggested terms of Carranzista constitutionalists un-I! to refer office-seekers to
Savannah, Ga., March 17.-The an?: March 17.-President dent today appointed Senators Fletch.er 4
for peace negotiations with Turkey I der cover of darkness' this morning] members of his cabinet came today
nouncement o(suspension of business Wilson today issued the formal proc of Florida and Gore of Oklahomaand 1
are inadmissible. The powers will de- crept into Nuevo Laredo, the port of when Secretary McAdoo ,announcedthat .
: is. made today'by the Naval Stores lamation convening congress in extra Representatives Moss of Indiana,
: cline to ,submit them to Turkey.A into Mexico the Mexican he was compelled to decline to
entry on
Col. Jordan
Company, better known as the Turpentine session at noon on April 7. Harvey of Georgia, Dr.
.Trust The President's announcement today carefully worded note to this effect Railway from 'the United States to receive personal applications for of- John Lee Coulter of Minnesota, Dr. -

The paper of, the company is 'held was brief and followed: form !! was drawn up by the ambassadors Mexico City. After two hours' fight- fice. Kenyon L. Butterfield of Massachusetts t
in London at their latest conference the Carranzistas retreated. No "I, have tried it for ten days," the
ing
and Clarence J. Owen of
; by,banks and is said to be first class. .closely. It is stated merely that Maryland -1.
in London .on Wednesday.The harm Americans from bullets secretary said, "and find that it takes
L" 'iW ,An official: statement accompany. "whereas, public interests require" to members of the commission ]
.ing the 'suspension announcement congress would .be convened in extra note wil suggest that a modi- straying, across the border 'was re my entire time and'leaves me no authorized in the last agricultural appropriation t
; fication of the allies' demands "is in- ported. Casualties in the Mexican chance to attend to important pub- bill to with the x,
gives the.,assets that are,nearly double session ,by order of the executive. co-operate
the liabilities., i Originally Mr. Wilson had fixed dispensible." It will urge stronglythe town were reported to be heavy. lic, business. Besides, it is absolutely American commission assembled un- j
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;jr ,The' Naval Stores I people contend 'upon April. as the date, Representative necessity for the conclusion of The battle unexpectedly began at futile, because none but a super .der auspices of the Southern Corn I It
I[ peace. daybreak. Carranzistas, reported to man could remember at the end of a mercial to anti ,
',that the ,credit of the concern was Underwood, Democratic majority t Congress investigate
a ,generally impaired. by the prosecu leader,,having informed him that the number two hundred during the night day every one who has poured a sto- I study in European countries co-op f
I EUGENE HUNT DEAD. had forced their way into the 'city ry into his ears. erative rural credit unions and sim-
tion in the ,federal courts. tariff bills, 'to which it was agreed I
congress should give immediate attention limits and occupied a lard factory.At "While .I fully appreciate and sym- ilar organizations devoted to the promotion j

.COUNTY 'CLUB COMMITTEES.A would be ready on that date. Prominent Orlando Man Dies As a :dawn a salvo of rifle firing awoke pathize with the very natural and of agriculture and the betterment -

I I Mr. Underwood. found that, the Ways Result of Accident. Americans in Laredo. The first sight proper desire of those who are seek of rural conditions.The .
The sad news was received irv Or- that greeted them was a mad rush ing places, nevertheless, it should be also have been '
; Live, Set Of Men. Who -1 and Means Committee would need same men '
Are'1' lando late Sunday afternoon that Mr. made clear to them that nothing is to
of 'refugees who blackened the inter- to the
designated
petted to Look another :week to draft' the tariff as delegates gen
Its 'Af airs. I schedules, and today's proclamation! Eugene Hunt had passed away at national bridge between here and be gained by haste. 'They should be eral assembly of the International Institute .
I the Bryant Hospital in Fort Lauderdale made in writing. They will be filed
Nuevo Laredo. Agriculture in Rome next I
;, Mr. James L. Giles, president of I his in deference the wishes of :
Leac-j as a result of the injuries he and receive much more careful con-
had
Up to eight o'clock there beenno August
the Country Club,. has appointed. the: er Underwood and house I
1 received two weeks when his sideration than if pressed in "
:following committees: I The absence of any 'specific reason I ago sign of stray bullets across the : person.
: "Finance Committee Johnson.' for the calling of the extra session I, motorcycle collided with an automobile border into Laredo or vicinity. Col. "TOY SHOP" PLAY TO BE GIVEN

7 Airman;' H., L" Beeman, and Judge! is explained by the fact that Mr. WitIOn's -!I near this place. His condition Brewer, commanding officer of the HAZERS FOUND GUILTY, EASTER WEEK. f
Warlow 'i I after at.the outset was such as to almost 14th, United' States cavalry on pa- .l'
; statement immediately I II
House .Committee-Mrs. LeRoy B., his election, declared that he would!!foreshadow the outcome, still his trol duty here, sent word early in the Hillsboro, March 15th.-Ralph W. "Fi-Fi of the Toy Shop," a musical s,

Giles; chairman;"Mrs.:J., M., Thayer,:Icall I an extra session to revise the I many friends had been veri hopefulfor day that there must be no firing in,a Oldham, Aubrey C. Hatch and Wil extravaganza willbe, given next week !
j I the past few days by the encour- direction which would endanger border L under the auspices of The Rosalind
j /JIn. James Laughlin 3rd, Mrs. H. L,I tariff j Ham Mororiam, University of I
Bcemsn 'and, Donald Cheney., 1 I aging news of his improved condition. points. Apparently the combat-, North Carolina students, were today Club.

Greens Committee-L.. H< Gedge GEORGIA tiPEACH'CROP THREAT Mr. Hunt was forty- ight yearsof ants respected this injunction. found guilty of manslaughter In con- MFi-Fi," which has been produced

chairman;;.James Laughlin, ,3d, J. W. ,* ENED. age. He leaves a faithful wife and Early reports placed the number of nection with the death of Isaac W. throughouh the north, and in some
] i two sons, John and Bruce. Carranzistas at six hundred, but Rand another of the larger southern cities is saM
Stagg and H. C. .Babcock. .j ,--.:.... student, who met death ,
', The deceased came to Florida from when the retreat began, their number to be of the brightest and most '
r. Roads:Committee-B. Drew, chairman Special. to The Sentinel.MaconGa. .. , I last fall in a hazing escapade. Judge one
.: ; J,, P. Holbrook ,and, ',Louis Dots i :,-March' 17.The peach I New York several years ago and engaged was estimated at two hundred.It Peebles sentenced the prisoners to entertaining performances adapted to -

} ,live. vTennis. 1 i,crop* of middle. .Georgia is in imminent in orange growing in Minneola, was reported>> that many persons four months in jail. amateurs. / ':

w : ',Comnfttee Frank D.Guernsey I .danger unless there is a rise,in I to which place the remains were sent had been wounded in the fighting The verdict was rendered at 3 Like "Peter. Pan," and "The Blue- .:
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,.,.chairman;: Jln..wP\ ,C::tempe.ture"befor I nightfall A ,brisk "for interment which will take. place .in Nuevo Laredo. The first repports o'clock this afternoon, after the, jury Bird," with all its appeal to children, 1;
Thompson, Mrs.: T, ,P.'Warlow and :wind'saved the crop last night. There today. of casualties told of the wounding had been out three hours. The decision ;jt:is not 'strictly a child's productionas

Carl:B.'.:Robinson.x' was plenty of ice throughout this section r. The family have been residents of of a woman and a child by stray sets a precedent In his charge to the adults take leading roles and the ;,

Me llbenhip'CommiiteeT. N.I this 'morning and lower temper i... this city for about seven years. bullets. i jury, Judge Peebles declared the immediate plot is interesting for old and young ;'

Bradahaw, ,chairman;:J.;C.;Patterson, atures are expected, tonight I In his death the city loses one. of circumstances of Rand's alike. The play represents the dreamof

; .J., M. Cheney. M. s 0.: .Oyerstreet' ,' Dr. The peach crop ,is-,.now in its most' its best and most deservedly popular WEEKLY NAVAL STORES. death were immaterial. If the defen- a toy-maker's daughter who goes

''hi; G. Edwards,.S.-Y., Way, Dr. Sylvan susceptible stage to cold. A heavy. citizens. dants entered the room as described, to sleep near her father's shop and

'J ,MeElroy and W. M. Brittain. frost, such as,is predicted for tonight Special to the Sentinel. masked, and carried Rand against his dreams that all the toys and dolls |j

,T Mr.:Gfles made. .the interesting announcement if there is no wind, would mean total ELKS PLANNING FOR BIG MIN. ,Savannah, Ga., March 17.-Turpentine will to the field where he met death, in the toy-shops come to life and a

i; with the_appointment destruction. Young vegetables and STREL SHOW. for the week was quiet, dosing he instructed'to find them guilty. night of revelry follows. %

these committees that one on landscape .- other, growing; crops have been seriously -: Saturday at 37H to 38, as against.40for The prisoners were released tonightby Rehearsals began today at the clubhouse

gardening will be added, the hurt by I the cold snap. Orlando is going to have a minstrel the Saturday previous and 49% order of the Orange county com- under the direction of Harrington

,personnel of which will be 'announced show that's going to be a humdinger for corresponding day last year. missioners. In pronouncing sentence Adams, of Chicago and the many

4 ina"day or two. FRIENDS ORLANDO. if ever there was one, Elks' Sales for the week were 839, as Judge Peebles instructed the com- different groups of singers and dancers

And another innovation (,the new Lodge No. 1079, the City Beautiful's against 589 last year. Receipts for missioners to hire the prisoners out to are being organized.

'president is the appointment of women James Gibson, retired pensioned representative in the Benevolent and the week were 1,115, as against 692 whomsoever they pleased..Tonight the Mr. Adams expressed himself da

?! to serve on,the house .committee. traveling agent of the a & N. W. Ry.! Protective Order of Elks,. will be last'year.. Shipments were 759 domestic fathers of each paid seventy-five dol- I being well pleased with the talent.se-

t Mr. Giles believes this to,be 'a goodplan with,:'headquarters ,at Madison, Wis., sponsor for the biggest ,home-talent as against '1,157; last year. lars to the commissioners, constitu- lected by the committee and promises ,

lie saysthewomen are untiring : was in active service for twenty- entertainment ever undertaken. The Stocks ,Saturday were 16,440, as ting the amount for which they wouldbe that the Orlando show will be one II

; ;workers' and that's- ','the' kind r the three years up to April 1, 1908. He' dates for this excursion into the land against 20,414 last year. Stocks increased hired for the period of sentence. of the best ever produced. ;

r \Country Club needs It will be ob- was born in Genessee county, New of melody, cotton blossoms sweet 356 during the week. Here is another instance of the convict -

: served'that they are.in':the majority- York, St Patrick's Day, in the morn- singing, buck and wing dancing and Rosin was quiet during the week, lease farce. By'the payment ofa 0. H..S. VICTORIOUS OVER STETSON .

,on the committee;" ing 1838. music galore, will soon be announced, prices remaining practically unchang sum equivalent to a fine, these boys AND DAYTONA.r

It is part of .the plan of the new In 1864, he emigrated to Cedar but the scene will in all proba ed. Sales for the week were 1,183, as are simply turned over to their fathersin The young ladies of the Orlando

:; organization to complete the tennis Rapids, Iowa, residing at different bility be the Lucerne Theatre. against 3,965 last year. Receipts the face of the fact that they were Basketball team, Misses Quigg, Mat- d

courts at,once, and make them avail- points in the State for several years. There have been Elks' Minstrelsin were 4,105, as against 3,966 last found guilty of manslaughter. Such thews, Smith, Padgett, Mulholland,

able for play. And the Greens Com He was at one time Southern travel. Orlando before, they have them in year. Shipments were 4,794-foreign laxity in laws breeds criminals and accompanied by their chaperone, Mrs.

) mittee have ambitious plans for !improving ing' passenger agent for the C. & many cities, but never have such 670 domestic 4,124-as against 5,898 makes life unsafe. Mulholland, returned Sunday night

the course, including the substitution N. W. Ry., and traveled the Southern elaborate plans been made as are now last year. Stocks are 109,818 as after a most successful and delightful
1 of. grass sod ,for dirt on States thoroughly. being perfected. .It is going to be the against 80,612 last year. ,Stocks decreased MEXICO BANKRUPT, WOULD trip.

:. the putting greens His wife and he have spent nearly event of the Spring and when that 589 during the week. BORROW During their absence from the city

I') two months in Orlando this season fair child hears that the Elks are they played two games, one with the

ORVILLE WRIGHT RETURNS. and they-are 'more than well pleased going to welcome her in such grand TO DISBAND AND REMAIN IN St Louis, March 17.-The ,Mexican team from Stetson University on Sat- =;

,. -- with, their .pleasant sojourn. They style she probably will start earlier AMERICA. government is bankrupt, and all the urday morning, the other with ,the

'Special'New to York the Sentinel,' March l1.OrvilleE have enjoyed with their many friends and bring greater radiance. purported wealth of Madero has'van- team of the Daytona High School on

Wright who returned from Europe: delicious fruits, beautiful flowers anda Washington, March 17.-One hun- ished, according to official informa- Saturday afternoon. In both COn-
,
,, after good time generally. They now, TRIP. TO FLORIDA. dred and seventy-six American sol- tion which Count Roaul de Boigne, tests the 0. H. S. girls were the vic
i; today, where he:has been looking "
his suits in Berlin and Paris for expect to remain'here a few weeks -' i diers under Colonel Kosterlitsky will of Versailles, says he has received tors, winning with a score of 21 to 16
'. his : : longer and are planning to return' Mr. and Mrs. George Eldredge and I be detained on the American side of Count de Boigne, who left today for I in the first game and 20 to 9 in the
infringements patents, announced
t. on here next winter. : daughter, Miss Marion, leave next Nogales, following instructions sent Mexico City, said he was on his way second.
he is working on an !m-
week to' visit friends in New 'York to Brigadier-General Bliss Secretary to the Mexican
i by Capital to confer Orlando has cause to be proud. of
ed hydroplane 'from which he I i :
; pro; ,
expects great things., GOLDEN RULE OFFICER FIRED.i en route to Winter Park; Florida, of War Garrison today. with Provisional President Huerta the splendid team work and excellent
where they. will spend a year. Mr. These men, after an ,all day fight and General Felix Diaz in regard to spirit displayed by the home
'He.also reaffirmed his belief in the
/ safety of the aeroplane, ,when Special. to The SentineL I Eldredge will have charge of, of.a. with revolutionists, crossed the a $200,000,000 loan the Mexican government team: which not having lost a game
I ly handled. proper- Cleveland, Ohio, March 17.Frederick large orange grove at that. place and line several days ago and surrendered has been negotiating with this season, is in line for the State '
; ,Kohler, chief of police was! hopes to benefit his health by the to the American troops. I France. He said as a representativeof championship.
The machine Wright is is
building
found.guilty, ,this evening,on charges change of 'clima .Rochester, N: Y., In ordering the detention I of the France, he expected to supply
for ,rough .water and ,will ride the
t big waves and be immune from'rough. of gross immortality and dischargedfrom Herald,'13th. Mexicans Secretary Garrison is preventing Mexico with machine. guns, cannon, OLNEY DECLINES AMBASSADOR.SHIP. .
'l that office. The Boarded Police their slaughter by the revolutionists rifles and ammunition. The count '
*ther. It pill stand on-the
1.;,- waves recommended that Kohler be given : ROLLINS GLEE'CLUB.: who the declader the
: like a seagull and fee 'will make : are encamped on Mexican government The declination of Richard Olney
; attempt'to' cross, the: Atlantic. ocean an ', ''a full pension, but- declared, ,it- -had, Mexican side :of the line., It ,it to would be given'the money, guns andammunition to the ambassadorship of GreatBrit. ':
no'authority in that matter., The Rollins Glee Club 'it out this disband and stay in this '
t with it .when, it is completed country. as soon as security offered ain is another instance of a great
1 ,. ,Kohler. was accused of being,intimate week on a concert trip and will be The second diVision' o-the 'regular was proved to be alright.', man prefering the quietude of home '

NO MORE 'JOSS 'UNTIL ,SESSION' with Mrs.: S." D. Schearer;::whose' gone 'most, of the Week' Last night army now encamped, at,Galveston is life during his closing years to the

I BIGINaSpecial husband has obtained,a divorced" they(were .at Lakeland. From there. not to,,,be ,moved ,for some time. Itl MAXINE ELLIOTT MARRIED. glare and glamour of public life.'X

;; to the SentiaeL .4' they go to Clearwater,. then back to is the desire of ,the department, 1 Mr. Olney ,has reached that period S '
;t_; Washington, March 47, -PresidentWilson AT THE,FAVOWTE TODAY., Tampa and.from thence to",Manatee. to shift the troops :unnessarfly and London, March 17.-A well defined in life when' he may well claim the

It :does. '-not t expect 'to..announce 4 :BiG' REELS C' Wherever the: Rollins boys,go there famish ground for:rumors.'that, mayresult report that 'reached London tonight right to finish the race at a slower m.

: any sere; appointments.until, the 'extra '"P 1t," A ''strong western, ,drama.-. goes:'good JBQSC., They have gained in
%'.a "' session. 'of .Congress. ,"convenes., "Standing Boos9.Only1. ,". ,comedy: ;. ,' soch:a, reputation as:.high class enter liottj the well known American actress He has ,been a great man in badness Il
a, anleu ,. '"In 'Old-Town " April. .7. seee extraordinary n : ; was quietly married at Nice, and politics and has accumulated ?
tf. ,ocaeioe'dIMasa
a does not believe itneseaary to Make I, Do::Bet M' to'see' '.those' .fetr--..reek, lovers,aad they iN.atR'gr W of Christ, church, _N. ,Z., and lawn ,He is still connected wit ha law'firm
:r. item:'appdntiaeati f wift :a :see .n : "6 o eeota'' 'IeAag.. 'f>- ;.:'t'trOpenBfsiaata46to/: . by ." good taise., Orlando tad.Water : 'Florida-Rain:Tuesday'.tad''probaHy tennis'champion of,England In 1910- that has, an immense business.. To "'
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f ,of Coagwes only/a J'few weeks;: L ', . .. ; : :19pa.N . .: ,Park,are. jelly. preu. l. slain Eel- 'Wednesday:except:In north-west' 1112.. It"is, known' that the actress him the pomp and show' of public.
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:Before April;7 He!is ip sdtaYirK ; :" ; :. fef',Glee :'dakJir. . # portion' ;;rising tenpefatore in north and Wilding had been on very friendly life in Great Britain' ,means nothing.His .

I : -: leet'i' ter''fl*A Ittl: tiairehstr "'i_ '' }, j' ': : : aad central, portions, _,Wednesday.We . terms for'some time.. I ..wife Is ,in poor health. ;and His

:' posit .hehat i J..t.+a4:taint iwrsa !I1l1 1n1f E ,',' ,i' ;, : .'I aad Kts..'Jok*,'f&, ,'Moore,',."of. >$, -- ,cofiwderaUoa, of,:her, wiabes in this
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Taft,: March 15.-I... H. Page and 1
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'1 'lloghter"Edna, and Mr.. Tompkins I'I
'we:Orlando'callers Wednesday. I Lord- & Bradshaw I IWe ; Magnificent Showing of

C1: IBbter Park visited friends here Sun- I wish to announce to our trieldSand the public generally, I

t, ** '.: that we have formed a partnership under the | i
- The public school closed Friday, the I New Spring Suits
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;7 -.tocher, Miss Mabel Dainels, giving above firm name, for general II
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Jhr' pupils 'a pinie' and fish fry at! p | ,
:dingle, creek, ,Everybody ,returned!| Real Estate Insurance | "

fired out but reporting a good time. ** f and Dresses
1 R Mrs.-E. M. Thomas visited friends | business and are centrally located in a ground floor office at No. | :
rf Leesburg this week. *
1178.,Orange Avenue, (formerly occupied by Hamilton
& Dunn
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Mr..and Mrs. C. H. Tharp, Charles ...., .'
. ? sharp and,Hazel Bowles were.in Or- I Millinery), where we will be pleased to meet all our old friends | .

Undo:and Winter Park'Thursday.'The B and to'make new ones. 1. WE ARE SHOWING A BEAUTIFUL ASSORTMENT OF
Woman's Relief Corps will give I' SILKS'AND SATINS, ALL COLORS, DRESS GOODS
? jfi: ice ,social 'at the Nelson i
cream
loose next Monday evening, St. Pat- :I Our,list of city and acreage property is surpassed. by none, IN ALL THE LATEST PATTERNS FOR OLD AND
1 MI YOUNG. WHITE CANVAS SHOES. THE DISPLAY
ck's .
day. ,
and we havesome "
exceptional bargains COME AND SEE Us =
Mrs. Sightler and daughter. were I CONTAINS ACCURATE ILLUSTRATIONS OF THE _
; :trla do1 shoppers Wednesday. ; SEASONS BEST AND LATEST
4 | Lord & Bradshaw f CREATIONS, ANDIS
;'4 Misses Vivian Martin and Francis WORTHY THE ATTENTION OF EVERY ORLANDO ,

''ilks Ulison Friday,entertained evening crowd.at a St.of Patrick's young 117 S* GRANGE AVL ORLANBO, FlA.I{ WOMAN CALL ,IN AND ACQUAINT YOURSELF ,
4 : WITH THE HIGH CHARACTER OF OUR GARMENTS .
*y'party.the Nelson House. The Bmmmm mmam mmmmmiswmmsBwm mmmmmammmmiIMMMIItlllMIIIIIIIMIIIIIIIIIilillHIIMMMMIII AND THE REASONABLE
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)use:was beautifully decorated
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-f e',occasion.., Music'games, singing ,
and, lunch were, the features', the
vening.. All departed at a'late'hour, I 1913 models I IMOTOCYOLES
living enjoyed themselves immensely Kanner's New
York-
and wishing for another; party soon : :
Miss Ola Murphy returned Friday
tOm a week's visit at Boggy Creek.

The, St Petersburg Independent of I Bargain Store

*4e,'10th says: "Crowds which,filled '
\cc.churches, at, special temperancemeetings
.'t : last ;night, declared them- If You Would be Posted be a Daily-Visitor to,this Store
.r ,.lves opposed to;saloons in Si Petersburg .

y' % and not single person,wentw' 1 I ,,
record u in favor of the open -
: TOMATO FOR SALE
PLANTS
'lie:of liquor in the; Sunshine City. Four H. P. Models $200.00 t"IIII"IIIIIIIIIIIIIII"
One dollar per thousand in any J. B. McKAY
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1 t' Seven H. P. Models, $250.00
.'{ quantity desired. Purchasers must CONTRACTOR AND' ELIJAH: HAND
The Quaker
who are'wintering in
do their own pulling of plants. Better BUILDER.
Jt,.,Peteratargh' 'ineta'; few days"ago'sd C. B. Hilpert plant now. My packing house in Orlando :- Superintend AD Work.- Funeral Director *
i enjoyed a social meeting. first and Embalmer
: I will ,be opened from the Prices That Are anInducement.
.a.-" I ,ORLANDO t FLA. Agent for,Orange,County of, May to June 10th and I will buy ., Hand Block, Pine St. Phone!85 j;
Money loan on improved property.
all your tomatoes. AH Work Guaranteed.
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.:ITlii'Claw in EafUA ,jwhievetfla the bat;for eighth. o m e .
> diatiact tresi tli'on:Wedneidaymin& The players hit Anderson for four additional y IT'S AFAR .PROPOSITION
,.'.when runs with no one out .and I '
march 12 ;they 'pre- I .
..setted:Shak peareta,'delightful, play when the 'game was called .at thisstage .'
on account of darkness, no protest TO ASSUME THAT YOU ARE ,
TiPolfthNiglt. Tiemasa'baa'beedweeking !
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uadertbe.,direction:.of'Dean a >,Enyart, Trenton streets-two< new' and up-to-date and modern APPRECIATIVE OF THE VERY t : i
:head'of:she i Department.of 'English. : ,
; '. bungalows and a corner lotv near Lake Dot will be sold
DID YOU BUY ? BEST. WE ARE SPECIALISTS IN
and.tiw wwlt of the painstaking ef- '
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fG.f.. plainly to be 'acen in' the Prices and also my reason for:.selling will be given upon
finiah of the production. A large..Audience dealer 31 overheard say this a morning prominent to hardware a prominent -1 I. inspection of premises.., Cash or Terms. Fine opportunity Electrical Wireing and Motor Work1'
'greeted the players,and receive citizen of Orlando, I could have for investment. If not sold before May 1st,will be rented..
< ' joymentteattfying;to. Their: ippredattoniof did.not do it CLARENCE P. SMITHiimiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiMiiiiiiiiM :
work' At the time he referred to'I sold
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for.an Orlandoman several hundred ARCADE
yigoroody.. The stage was.de\craved t
acres of land in Orange county for I ---
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with.' tin.leaves and vin s.. no:at. $1.00 per acre, the same land is'now
iemnt,being made.to. ta*e regu'nr! sold in 10 and twenty acre tracts for PHONE 280
$30.00 acre, and is cheap at this
per
'scenery. but the effect was artistic and
'be utif L The cast'had been select' price.What were the'Orlando people: buy- I LET "JIM" DO ITIf .
.cl-with skin and care and interpre- ing at that time? Gold mining stock. a
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led each his part with talent and ability you had bought land you could
figure your profit. 'You knew some i ....;
;; making the,entire prodaetion.onew time ago your profit.on the mining have sell
,Kf the beat given at Roliirw. stock without having'to figure on it. you property to 4
Without ':in 01 -vay di>;.araginK If you have not yet bought some The Best is the Cheapest
Orlando .or Orange county property, Let Jim do it<
characters, wh'.ch aii I
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ihere is still opportunities for large . .
done with, sympathy ,and ability, profits, and I'can show you.I If wait to buy ... |" -' SO GET. THE BEST OF .
most be'JDI4e.f4' sell that you :. ,, .- "
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'- .woslc .of Dean Enyart u Sir Toby, make you money but your gold. 'mining Let Jim do iti
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stock will not buy it. and Wall .
t Paints
which was the'hilhe order of dramatic Call and see me. Paper t
iI Ih. ':Arthur A. 'PmtiaeM CARL JANSEN, City and Country Properties FarmLands
.HsMio, D.'D.Wetherill as Feate thedom Office over :Dickson' & Ives, Orange ,
,;'Xathlwn, fifll as ;Viola, a&dMks Avenue,Orlando, Fla. Groves and Tracts THE 1912 WALL PAPER IN SAMPLES
The banks and the business men ofQriando ,
Avery u' Olivia, were.'also aspeeclatly -. know me, if you do not, ask LOOK AT THESE BARGAINS -IS GRAND AND I WILL BE PLEASED
QCceatf ol in their.character:, them I : TO SHOW THEM. ALL YOU HAVE TO
> Twenty acres, 10 acres of which is in bearing orange
iaithee.and gave'evidence of natural I grove, and balance of 10 acres in timber land, five-room DO IS TO TELEPHONE AND I WILL
.ability and careful study which leads MMMilMIIMMIIIIIMIF cottage, located three miles from city, price 300000. BRING THE SAMPLE TO YOUR HOME.
.to.idte frl accomplishment of any ..
Twenty-five acres, 10 acres of bearing 600 "
IT'S grove W'a _, ..!1f.t -,.. .
&aM' ANYTHING IN .Jl.
trees, five-room house and barn, located on lake front, ,# J ..j' ..;-' ..-.. :
ReBias broke with Columbiain '
even DRUGS PHONEDeLANEY four miles from city, price $4,000.00. a GEO. A. BARKER PHONE 268 }
in: 'wi games' .of -....."-...__ ***** -+- tI
here on Mooday and' Tuesday. The of fine farm and, vegetable land located on lake front, I
first'.game ;was'won by Columbia by DRUG four and half miles from city, price $5,000.00. I- ____ _ ___ __ d
a seen. -oll.to 1, being* case of too of :
Forty acres virgin pine timber land of fine fruit and t
..lIIf.fte Coteabia:v iteher COMPANYQUICK vegetable land fronting on Lake Conway, four miles from
was vatabteAy one of the,best seen city, price $2,000.00.Twenty 1 I ''HIGH y
: [ GRAO[ [ASHR MILLINERY
here- in recent yean,and held the Rotlias ,DELIVERY. acres of Jake front land near city suitable for s
players practically helpless, Mel- sub-division. Price $3,800.00. ..
tin being the orfy man who seemed Watidaa Building Forty-five acres, five acres in bearing orange grove, 1 a
I. ,able to solve his :delivery. Bane,I small house and barn, located at Conway, five miles from ..
Phone 678.IMillllimitlMHitM
who. opposed:him, pitched good ball city, price $1,500.00.
also,and wai sipforUd in grand atyleby" 10 cent oft'on allI' -
Five acres with cottage near;city, price $1,500.00. ; per
.his tAaaaatee: ,,bat after a close and one-half with
re e acres twelve-room house lo
ud:exeitbf'ewtertVlud to lower. catedTh near city, price 150000. .. I Linens and Laces u

.his rotors. to.the Colwnbia man. The Twenty acres with bearing grove of 300 trees, small I' . Y
'. second peal WM an e tirelf different ,FRANK HTERSMttufediiier house and barn, price $2,800.00 '.
; '. afPtir... :Ltdp:"started thefame ,for OYER BLUE DRUG
Colombia,'bet. 'was relieved by.Ander of ArUfidil J' L CRAWFORDe'OFFICE. ORANGE AVENUE

,son after at Rollias:the ctoee,had of gleaned the ti'ird'six inning tallies, Stan OnuunUl, .Fancy' Cohuuu W tk.and I................................ .............................-,-. : IADLM & DUNN

trim hk 'deli"fu;.. Anderson' fared Livingston. and Railroad. I
little'better. The".eon at the"end of Ageits for Barclay Corsets

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to 8. Umpire Poaads proposed'calling : ads. pay advertisers.
,the fun on'account of darkness,.but ,WANTED-dean rags at this office

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rhea1 -i m ort-ant- sti n of Furnit yure.. You'readily admit that you s


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rake. The word trust has :several meanings. The one we refer to means confidence, faith and re H,

liance 'Without this trust modern business could not be conducted. Our trust IS yours for the asking.Now T.

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:) : .. now Boats. Brilliantly. '
;' r .WftNING.AND. WBKLYaUBSCWPTION our,:state' legislature.meets and ,there Strange Stunts. ; fiAMMJJiWliLKY
-- is"so much of .importance.for thatbody ,I -i'
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KiTMi i to. :do, .that if', the' individual' Winter Park, 'March-16.--
--- pIe of this city last,'week. 1"
members' shall there with their
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It TBS DAILY SffiJTINKL6ae minds made to serve faithfully the their guests. by a very ATHS ,
: year ..,.,,.,........16.00 : up held on Lake Osceola 'and
,who elected them, and with
people
.Biz: Months, .. 150 Seminole Inn. At the latter
; .Three Months .. -. 1.25 faithfulness.do, to that that duty purpose they unhesi-will ,itors. .were seated under .
tatingly VA.3STS'THE
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d .p'ei Week1' .' .10 spreading trees of the *
strengthen,themselves with the people
._..L_; t wh re'th y were regaled
Br newt 'carrier in Orlando, BO teat;per of'.today and ,immortalize themselvesto
lent music by the Winter I
oath. DftQy ud Sunday. future generations.,. .
I -,,;Orlando Horning Sentinel can to found This great state, so fall.of promise, chestra. conducted by J. A..

:r s 3 w.tate. la.Orlando at.. CnriU 4 0Na4'i Book. must not beheld ,back in its marvelous After several fine selections, BEAUTY'AND FRESHNESS OF
$tort. development by weak and Coffin called the meeting
any
; .We Win appreciate prompt :complaint if halting legislation. Forward is the and introduced Cot Hugh .;. SPRINGTIME IS IN THE NEW JEWEL ,
.delivery .is not properly made by>> oar .carriers.Adnrrtfeinc as the chairman of the .,.. :J.! .: '
watchword of the State, and our lawmakers / RY AND SILVER. FOR THE EASTER ;.;- ,
t I rates.will be fnraiabed,on ..polieatlon. must'see that no diliatory or ,Reed, after a few "',
.. duced Judge J. M. Cheney of GIFT YOU WILL FIND HERE MANY
makeshift laws are left or placed up-
3 THE wenT SENTINEL the statute books. There is much the orator of the day. His I DESIRABLE ARTICLES AT MODEST
i- Tot year by maD postage paid.........|LOO on had all the charm that the
for their hands to do, and all political PRICES. .
s Address. .THE SfiNTlNEL, Orlando Florida knows so well how to give \
a Office 101 Court Street. Arcade BufldbfPnooe hotch-potch,must be consigned to the .
reminiscent talks. He
u garbage can and early in the procedure ., LEATHER NOVELTIES
.so that the days.of sun shine may many topics that concerned
.. < J. F., SCHUMANN.JOSIAH YS.r ing city with the interest of
I ,....raOOB. .Preprietar.Y be used for making hay. ent. WE ARE ALWAYS,:ON THE LOOKOUT'FOR .

= 'TUESDAY; MARCH, 18TH,. 1913 a Following this came a THINGS NOVEL IN LEATHER.
STREET SWEEPER IS TOO the lake commanded by
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Overcoats and rain coats were brilliantly.k. : ; PURSES, BAGS, FOBS AND SIMILAR
_ of ornamented
x much' in demand yesterday and last Several complaints .have' come to perforated .:various ARTICLES ARE USUALLY FOUND

c. .night this >office concerning the early hour this pretty, sheet of water. HERE WROUGHT FROM THE FINEST .
.\ 0 at which the street.sweeper begins to the succeeded .
participants SKINS-SOME AMERICAN AND SOME .
;, After all, &belated winter is better, : .
make the dust fly each night Satur- ting themselves on the .
4 than 'no winter at all, say the wood FOREIGN IN ORIGIN.
8:30 the dust
at
day night, promptly but no damage was done .s.

I rr dealers wagon appeared the streets, set- was rather heightened.A .

o ting in motion a cloud of ,dust and month ago at the local
Don't shear the wool from the
disease germs that found their way there was a tie for the office
a March lamb just yet. The coat mayBe not only all over the street pedestrians or. In order to 'settle this

,needed. but. penetrating every nook and a new election was held T.U.vanstheOPPOSITE Jeweler

i o comer of stores bakeries and res- and Dr. C. E. 'Coffin was
The country will soon have to begin
taurants. Again on Sunday night, Mr. W. 'c. Temple by one I I
4 figuring on what to do with the ex- while the people were going to and The State Society of the

;.. postmasters.Now from church this same street sweeperwas Endeavor held a convention POST OFFICE
0 industriously putting the dust in Friday March 7 to Sunday

,. is Friedmann could only discover circulation for the benefit of those Many delegates were
a serum that would prevent With the small amount of
1.. people. all parts of the State.
I ,spring.fever sweeping that .is to do there is no people entertained the .

0 reason for starting the work before their accustomed liberality

: l County .division fights will occupy 10 o'clock at night'when. business sessions were very
.\. most of,the time of the Florida Legis
houses are all closed and people are ried through. Beginning
rA: lature..-Apalachicola Times. off the streets. In the vicinity of: vice of prayer under the SILK STOCKINGS

l 0 bakeries. and markets where there. is in the evening the I
the fiy! This is the season
Pity
poor.
> should
much dust a sprinkler precede home society gave a short
"when the .editorial paragraphers the sweeper. Public health demands of welcome which was

:t c Begin. clamoring for his death. these. precautions, and an ounce of by ex-President Rev. James

.. 0 prevention is surely worth a pound of nard, of Tampa. He also
w The Times says, "The Apalachicola cure in this case. Make Orlando both the Ministers' Hour, assisted

... eyster, has but one movement. Howl clean and healthful. G. B. Waldron, For Day
'could it have more under the pressure ,
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r 0 Florida Congregational
,' of;that awful ,name.
ROAD BUILDING IN OTHER sions. 1
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The most noteworthy t feature of .
)" ed in Knowles Hall Rollins I .
Speaker Clark's visit to the President -
'is not what was not said then, but is Illinois, a state rich in farm lands, where President W. F.
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rich in manufacturing'and in natural dressed them. After this I EveningWear
jwhat Mr. Clark.is not saying now
"., .: 'i',. _... resources has built roads all these talk upon the mission work
under.the old rule of the road China, ,was given by Rev.1'f '
: It !s said.that some (the brethren years
from- the Emerald Isle, celebrated: St. district' system, where some petty Strothers, of Leesburg with w(7(

.Patrick's. day. in such a juicy style politician is made road, supervisor, ticon lecture, well i11ustra
_ .iz that rubber coats would not stem the and the roads: are repaired ,on a soft it all very attractive. M.

_, tide.. farmer picnic style. But the 'people director of the Florida
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.. 0I are waking' up to the fact that if also spoke on mission work.

4 2; I A ,bill,has been introduced'in' California their roads are to be improved, their B. Albertson,

f to.abolish poverty. Governor I I system must be improved"and their Presbyterian Board of Our Personal Guarantee
.GI sscock might, add legislation highawys must be built on a state- Publciation for Florida,

t : 'against.bad weather to his extra ses- wide plan,rather than the piece meal count. of his work in the Pair
Accompanies Every
.k aion'call plan. The Chicago Tribune; editorially Saturday. afternoon was ; .
.: 'o says I the subject of temperance
; of the W.C. T. U.
,Tbe'heavy'' rainfall through Alabama "The reason is a preposterous sys- auspices ,

.t ) Tennessee and Georgia is giving tem grown.up under pioneer conditions i nie E. Neal, State
and kept through selfishness Jacksonville, spoke on "The Marion Ives
,, the, rivers a swell time, but the up
hopes of the farmers of the surround- backed by public indifference and, the Right"Mr.
.
.f 11 1 kg country. are" shrinking. perhaps, by some foolish local fear. Marcus Fagg and :
":\ o The system, if it can be called a Uselman, field secretary of

t.-.. If :Representative Brown of Polk system, is to make roads piecemeal Saloon League, also took

county gets.his bill.through the next under the regulation of townshipsand day several of the visitors. EXCLUSIVE MILLINERY PARLORS
in the local churches.
"relative by about 4,000 road commissioners. -
:.::4 = legislature, to traveling: meji
K Toting away,from home, election day I .. The result is an enormous wasteof Wednesday night a very
i with the minimum results. performance of
;r gill become a red letter day. money Second Floor
o . Congressman, Madden is right when Night :was given in

OI ,Within the past week the price of he declases 'the first step toward de- sium of Rollins College by

,crude oil has undergone two advances, cent roads is the abolition of these lins Dramatic Club,
Enyart. It was all staged
t ale totaling fourteen cents per barrel The 4,000 commissionerships. The next

V\ .eost of ,keeping an automobile promises step should be placing the whole problem ly rendered. THE H. H. P. STRAIGHT
to shoot skyward during the summer. of the roads in the hands of an L J. Mustard,
"
expert state commissi n. 'Our friends from out
'.J. a North will soon bid adieu, TIE CH10NBIST .... For Sale at all Cigar Stores

.. '/ ,Six cents a day is the tax on baby "To every thing there is a season, son, to the fragrant Pedicure Shampoo, Orlando's Newest Cigar Made in Orlando.

: ;r carriages on the streets of Paris. And and a time to every purpose under the the magnolia and the Face and Scalp Massage.' Havana and Florida 'Wrappers

=r yet some people are,so credulous that heaven:. A time to be born, and a golden orange, the big red over Dickson.& Ivea store
;' .they believe Parisians are sorrowing time to die; a time to plant and a and the juicy pine apple corner Orange and Central .* Try One and Be Convinced

f awfully because of the infant short- time to pluck up that which is planted low the flight of the robins i Avenues.

,t" age.. ;.a time to break down, and a time of fading ,snow drifts, : HERMAN H. PINDER M'f 'r
0 THE SPRING HAS
'r. Q to build up. ; a time to weep, and a time! dainty little daisy is trying COME 212 South Orange
; John D. Rockfeller advises young to laugh; a time to mourn, and a time ]head through the mellow

Bin to leave the table ungry.\And to dance; a time to cast away stones where brazen dandelions --

perhaps,more of them would if they and a'time. to gather'stones together; the blue grass pastures of new' life greet us from a S I t i a i a t t a a I

felt U sure as John that there.was no a time to embrace, and a time to refrain in the etherial, blue, and side. Bursting buds, new born ADVERTISE '

} feudal consideration involved inRich from embracing; a time to get rheubarb fortells the tender plants lifting 'their ; IP YOU HYHRYTHim

} a maneuver. and. a time to lose; a time to keep and variegated and lovely heavenward, all sing the song I. Want a'Cook '.

'N '. .0 a time to cast away; a time to read, and these tortunate spring. Want a Partner -IN-
"The legislature' inMassachusetts has and a time to sew; a time to keep revel'in the joys of two newly turned earth, fragrant Want a Situation

: 'passed a bill prohibiting the.wearing silence, and a time to speak; a time seasons will bide a while and velvety green fields.all Want a Servant Girl FEEDFOR

,.+ ofhat pins that are a menace to the to love and a time to hate; a time of of golden grains and then us of spring. Spring is the season Want to Sell a Piano

,, t !' Mfety of the public. Under the law I war, and a time of peace."-Edesiastes 'again to the land of gladness because it is the begin- Want to Sell Carriage "

;>'' :B pin point protrudingmore .than Third Chapter. 'j shine, where friends await of new.life, new hopes, new aims,! Want to Sell Town Property -

fealf:an inch:from the.,wearer's head 'I{regret to see them leave .high aspirations. I. Want to Sell Your Groceries 'f

{ ; jkcea her liable.to a severe fine. GRAND THEATRE short season, but our is a beautiful piece of work Want to Sell Your Hardware '
r with them and the latch not to be in the country to see it Wint customers for Anything lIYI STOCK

National ChaIrman'- Wm., F. Mc- "The Peril of the Dance Hall," Ka* be out for their return.: is not, to .realize-what ,glorious Advertise Daily .in.This Paper
yi k +k lem drama. Vivid and thrilling. o I we'are; and how cheerfully, .. Advertising Is the Way to Success '
:Combs believes that preconventionsoldiers
t given'preference The climax is strong. Mr. Walter:C.'Tnndell, ute1y! and unflaggingly the fair I' Advertising Brings Customers LAUBACH
aho ld'.be
"Confidence," .Edison comedy at the,San Juan early in of Miss Spring broiders with Advertising Keeps Customers '
I all other things being equal in the
,I
% How "bank' was saved during a run. has returned'for another perfection accomplishing a h 'ndi- Advertising Insures Success
to federal'office. In The Grain' Man.
]
appointment ,
the '
$ "Drink's Lure'Biograph-drama. a tour of the southern that fittingly becomes Advertising Shows Energy
the friends of
words Wilson
ether
: '
:_ .then:'should be his'friends now. Strong-picture, finely constructed and State.. piece for the'seasons. AdvertisingShowsPluckAdvertising (fen*:, Sired t. Ftae ig
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splendidly'acted. I the spring a fuller crimson comes > ,Is "Biz" '
Q .
z 0' 3 Reels 3 The 'Methodists in St. upon the robin's breast-; .' Advertise of:Bust ,

According to Washington papers, Wednesday will be our 'special feature I are planning to build a the spring the,wanton lapwing. gets! Advertise e'Long '.

s 4 the iner dropped: .thirty degrees in day. .. to their, church. The "himself! .another. crest.. :Advertise.Well READY'NOW

jweaty. -_four,.>hours- one'day. last week.The "Pathe's Weekly No. 9," and "Yen- ment will.cost.$25,000... the spring'a livelier Jm.changes. onthe'bed' , ADVERTISE' . Strong vigorous tomato plants at
< in that :dove; 'At 4noe' :, $t60,per.thousand. The Bear1 Head
'same paper states -.sine geance,:of, the DurandMwo of our . ,
luee.:that, Boar .Murphy had called: strongest features. A synopsis of Hon. Thomas E.. the spring tie: young man's.fancy' 'A llfT..E.SEN.TI.NB'L' Farm, Pine Cattle, Fla lOt
in Orlando 'lightly teas to love." .=i ;I. .;(ate.erxc: S ,s, AdVerWeeMIt. . .
f ,; .M-the. :.Preeteeat... . ..Steaage..: coincident. issue of the Sentinel . ed Sanford 0 .t..... ..' I. $" .. ,

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i color of blossom you want in our your attention to our line of

_new spring fabrics, and if you
Yfi Hosiery. We think we have

will come and pick out one, you "
everything in town "skinned"when
can"have it made and look prettyin 1
in comes to hosiery, and $
it on Easter Sunday.

You don't,,"gamble" when you we want you to be the judge.

buy here. You are sure of get- Silk, Lisle or Cotton, in all,colors

ting good value, good quality; and all grades.

good fit, and good fabrics, and,
Don't forget to get
your j.
you don't have to pay anyone

:'t don't have to "Easter Hat" this week and
l
r 1 1 ava you pay anyone

1q j : WE HAVE THE BLOSSOMS else's bills, as we sell as low as don't forget that you can get it

)1 and make the price as low as for less money here than anywhere

I COME possible.Let else in town. We are just
res. w
us show you our Shoes, dying to show you, and convinceyou

": TAKE YOUR PICK': : Shirts, Scarfs, Suit Cases, Sus-
', ;,.. .., that we are telling you the
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penders, Socks, Stockings and
truth. Come in and for
see
," such. You can be pleased here,
/ / ,- I and not go broke either. Xourself.

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Many Remedies have been offered Mrs. Harold Bourne, of Fort My ItllllllHIIillililMIIIIMIIIIHtlllillllllilitilitiliMIIIIII "HHIIillltilit
for tire troubles, but none of them ers, is the guest of Mrs. W. L Palmer -

WADE equal Yulco-Fiberine. for effectiveness on Orange avenue.
THE.TUNER. ; and cheapness. See it demonstratedat -

ORLANDO.FLA.Dr the Hyer Stable, corner Orangeand Mr., and Mrs. W. G. Granniss, of I

: J Central avenues., '3t Litchfield, Conn., are in Orlando,

guests of the San Juan. Yowell'sItllllMniMIIHIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIiiiliMHMIHIi
Mr. E. M. Carver, who has spent :
E. W. Lott left last eveningfor
visit to the winter in Orlando, left yester Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Ames, of Ow-
a few days Tampa.
; day for his home in Mont Ross, VirI .ensboro, Ky., are in Orlando for a ; :
: I ginia., The Sentinel will be a week few days guests of the San Juan.
Tonight Mrs. J. R. Murphy will [ly visitor to his home. -
hold'a Greig recital at her studio in 111+ 11111"1"
Mrs. W. T. Sims and son, Master
North Highlands. Rev) W. J. Godden, the medical ,Billie, expects to leave today for

I missionaryto.the Seminoles,'who has Jonesboro, Ga., on a visit to rela-
Mrs Edwin Baldwin and baby spent two days in the city of "TheDeanery itives.I
have returned 'to' their home in Ar I ," 'left yesterday afternoon .

'cadia after a pleasant visit with I for his_ post at Glade Cross. I Mr. and Mrs. H. T. Holmes and

homefolks.Mrs. ,- daughter, Miss Ruth, arrived from .LV .
'
Mr.. and Mrs. Otto S. Grasse, of Cleveland yesterday and pleasantly '. ". -

..C. G,.. Kollock and Mrs. Butch New York City! are in Orlando/ quartered at the San Juan. ; :: '" .. ' .

er will entertain at bridge,this even: guests of,the San Juan...!drs. Grasse.Will' ,v a

,ing,at the home of Mrs. Kollock 'on be pleasantly, remembered by, Dean L A. Spencer left yesterdayfor L !., .._ _
.
Concord 'avesse. many friends 'as Mss Lucretia Cou-; Fort Myers, where he will spendtwo .;;-'- .'-', ','

c'-' '. ,sens. ., ,days on business connected with ... '',"'> iJ'
Mr.. and Mrs. 0. P. Newton, of his new work as Indian Commissioner. .
Providence, Rhode .Island- ,' left Sun Mr., and Mrs. Henry' Leaf, of Cincinnati : ", .' '. ,
day: night for: their homj..' 'The 'Sentinel : ,-Ohio,}who have been coming, ; '

,'will ,follow_ them. to Florida for the past,'several sea-i; Wanted-By refined gentlemanfrom '
'
sons,were in Orlando Sunday' ; guests the north, recently located in
of 'Mr. and:,Mrs. ,Allan Cohoon* on:Orlando. Would like job as caretakerand I
Mr. and Mrs. 'Shomburg,:who have
J sunshine South Lake street:' overseer of properties for parties : I
been enjoying Orlando for 'I '
,- .who are absent during summer. Address Watch This SpaceFor'
i some weeks past,.left for their home, I ',
,at Altoona,:?Pa., yesterday. 'Mr,..and_.:Mrs; jCL ,.;E. Saunders, "Reliable," care of Sentinel :
prominent residents of Orlando, were .office. :
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v in ,the city '''yesterday, guests at the 1! ,
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CoL,Pliney Norcross,and wife, who : I .
' Tama Bay hotel Mr. Saunders has Mrs. J. 0. Neill and daughter, Mrs. I
.
motored to
over Daytona last Friday, '
returned home yesterday, having had been a resident of Orange county's W. S. Bateman, have returned from : EASTER SPECIALSIIIMMHMMHtiHHIMMtMlHilHilllMiilMMIiHMMHIIIIIMIHtnU

a most enjoyable trip. capital for many years, and is promi- a delightful visit to Miami and Key : .
y -
: nently identified''with the upbilding West, They were guests of friendsi I

of that collmunity.-Tampa Tribune. in Miami, but in their travels I
On account of rain ,the ball 'game while #
advertised, for-.Monday at Winter found no place that could compare '. .
i <
Colonel William H. Lord, of Boston, ,
.Park, has been, postponed'I to Tues with Orlando. Mrs. Bateman will
day and Wednesday afternoons. Mass., and ,St. Petersburg, Fla., and ,spend several days with her motherat : ..:: ,
: ,
Captain 'Stanley Hall, of Maine, are :; .
Rest Cottage before returning to .
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visiting Mr. and Mrs. Dawsonon '" ,, .
Joseph .
"
,Miss Deaderick, one of Rollins popular : I her home in Fall River, Mass. ; ; .
Central avenue for a few,days,and I -I
: teachers after the
spending
the colonel, and the captain are both i ,. .
week end with Miss'Claire Robinson, Mrs. Jeane. Gordon, of New Orleans .. .; :
will return to her duties this, morn- delighted with Orlando. They are who was prominent among the . .-' -"'
enroute to Cuba and will return herein :. '
ing. speakers at the National Child Labor .;
: ... May. Conference held in Jacksonville last '" ': < .: :-. '. '
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Mrs. Hamblin and Mrs. Blach arrived I I week, will address the Sorosis ladies :
Saturday evening-from West Mrs. Carey-Elwes, and sons, Waiter -,'|in the ,Library room this afternoonat
'and Rev. Albert Carey-Elwes'and The of her
three o'clock. subject
# Rebury, Mas&, and are comfortably .
.
bride, from England, who are on their address will be the "Consumers' Lea- "'' .
y located ',with .Mrs. E. J. Temple on
:South; Lake street honeymoon, drove over ,in the auto gue." The. scope of the work'" of this
to,visit with her son, Allen, who livesin league is .far-reaching and the ad-

Little,Miss Laura Pitting,,,who, has their pretty river cottage at, this dress will be one of great interest. .
been spending some time'"with, her place. They'drove to Daytona and '

grandmother, ,Mrs.: S.: A. ,Robinson, spent the night returning Wednes-i i An incident-A 'young man was
returned yesterday to her horn? in day.-New Smyrna, Breeze.A driving a -car down Court street a The Big White StoreON

Lakel nd. ), day,or two ago and picked up board.
t '- nail in your inner tube may cause with two nails in it, both of the nails

Mr. Holt and wife and two children'1 yon a lot of trouble and expense. If penetrated the inner tube. Did, he

will leave today ,for their home in I you will use Vuleo-Fiberine you will have to go to the shop and repair his ORANGE AVENUE

r New York, after a month pleasantlyipeatwith have no trouble'with. punctures of tire? No He simply pulled the (I
any kind. See it demonstrated at 'nails out and has been running the
their
\parents, Mr and
{
Mrs. ,Chauncey Holt the' Hyer".Stable, corner Orange 'and I same tires for a week now. Why no 44* " ,. " , " ,., " " " , ,, IMM
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Central avenues. puncture He used VulcoFiberine.E. .

day for Boston, taking the new Clyde
S.. Pierce of Orlando spent yesterday -
Line steamer, Lenape, from Jacksonville I-
4
head
the
+ in the city. He is at
I on Wednesday. While here, Mr.
: of the Pierce Electric Company, the
: Eustis has given services at the Epis-
: business of which firm has been in
NO REASON copal missions at Zellwood,and Eustis
'
:,charge of C. H. Bradford since its
I establishment. Mr. Pierce has disposed also ,in St. Luke's Cathedral, both he EASTER CLOIHING
and Mrs. Eustis making many friends
S : of his interests in Orlando and
who hope they will soon visit Orlando .t
,
: is preparing to move to Gainesvillewhich
I!! he considers the leading interior again.
Why 'yes, should Ceatbrae to wear those FOR MEN, FOR WOMEN, FOR CHILDREN'
: welcomed
I[city of Florida. He will be
heavy dtihes daring this hot weather whey .
we 'can Viz yen ,up with one of our lightweight : as a resident of Gainesville.-Gainesville SPRAYING black New Shipments every day from New York.. Latest
If trees are from
: Sun. your orange
Serges, Wool Crashes or Mohair two and best styles and materials.
.
with
the white, fly or infested scale,
piece -
Syits.These : .! Mr. and Mrs. C. G. Mdlvain, who spray with Schnanjs Insecticide.
the Summer MENS' SUITS, HATS, SHOES'
jre Real Thing fa Cloth. : have a beautiful home on Lucerne Office_and factory 27 W. Church SlFor

,lag ami we are lIer' .exceptionally GoodVataesla ; Circle, and daughter, Miss 'Ruth, left LADIES' SUITS, COATS, DRESSES, MILLINERY r
$lS.", lfc50 and $18.00. for their home in Pittstrarg last

11 Better: {QwHty, if yet care to'pay more. .night Mr. McHvain's sisters, Misses For acreage Exchange or other or Sale property in SKIRTS, WAISTS, PETTICOATS, SHOES

Jennie Mcllvain, left > Lake Counties for ,four
and or
Ida, Ella Orange
Stripped Voile 20 cents., Ribbon 10 and 20 cents
dwellings in Pittsburgh, Pa.. Houses
at time for Monongahelia, Payand
S SCRUGS\ same Mr. and Mrs. Geo. W.,Deems for!I,hinging ings. Can good be rent.handled All separate modern, build if de Laces aad''Ernbroideriestwo- ;; yards from 5"ceits.If.McCULLOCH'S .*
& DICKSON '
Washington, Pa. Their many Orlan sired.
do friends, regret to have them leaveso 'Address F. JOSEPH RAEHN
1 io.1-17 Orlando Fla.
and closer their beautiful
: soon up ,
E. MEN: OUTFITTERSSft home. -f

H .THE H :( SCHA A; MA8XHtilMMttl PLENTY OF' DRY WOOD.. : DEPARTMENT STORE
CLOTHING Xfsp' t ,Rev., and ;Edward L Eustis, Cars just in at'Orlando Wood ai

"oJ-, ' .,\' 'who have been guests of the St. Yard.. B.W..KINGSLEY. ., OPPOSITE POST OFFICE,

-' . Charles. :for six weeks past, leave to- It Fine street I
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: \ A FAMILY AFFAIR: TES-_ . WANTED-Cook, 'man 'or;Dui lnr iiiiiimiiimiiimiimmmiiiiiimuiuui -""''''-''
.;< L', 0 .:...-... t * .- private: : family. 'Apply.Sentinelof- MIMIIIMMMIIMM
.. Business Boo en (classified adver- '
>; The manager;of :the' Sentinel haslabored'unta flee, City. 3t 'I
:: tenements) rived after 10 dock
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.:} i ,the -z; 3 ; :kid and,,the':?oan"of .his J head to'Classify" column. NOTICE Experienced' managers,f
, te. katt: in' "wrinkles'' to ,prevent ;the Boosters of five lines or,less-Approximately '(man and wife) want'the management
.30 :words-one' time, 25 of a European hotel, on salary,
:':compositor,v and the devil from,wreck- cents; three times 60 cents; one week or would rent good Address, .
' fag Us.ambition.by transposing, com- (six daily and one weekly editions) .Hotel, P.O. Box 672, Orlando, Fla. 3t 110,000 Bulck

,.poi j'and exposing,to,suit'their own $1.00one. month,'$3.O0., MAN AND WIFE, German, want po- .:

depraved .tastes and just,:as he 'was TO LET ':'Four room house in Concord sition. Man capable to drive automobile -{t UUVlUl
. .petting the finishing touches; on an Park Rent low.,. Apply to, J. L.' and very handy with tools!
c ( Cfic poem to the cause, in came a letter Frost, West Amelia Ave. 4t around the house. wife first class'!:
', cook, experience, best of references.
from friend Clarence P. Smith II
a ,
that'almost created'a brain storm accompanied FOR in. ,SALE East-of Corner railroad.' property House, close of Couple, Care Sentinel. 3ti t i: Every. One a BUTGK .ROOSTED

2 .'by Sanford, Herald newfangled eight :rooms'and bath; modern con- FOR SALE-New seven-room house : I
', vacuum lightning. veniences. Twelve fruit trees on with all modern convenience EJ t ..
.Orlando, Fla., Sunday Morning the lot A bargain at $4,000.00. H. Gore, 409,Anderson St '_ 7t j \
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Dear Editor Sentinel: Address, "Owner, P. 0. Box, No- WANTED COOK-Man or in I Ia
; 225, City. 6t private family. Apply. Sentinel. j
This is not intended! for the kick
c office 3t
City.
o. LOST-A package containing hair,
'column.! I just laughed 'so this morning }
between ,Livingston and West St.
when I read that ad. of mine.that WANTED-To buy second hand fur
Finder suitably rewarded by leave niture. 209 W. Pine St It
I.had .the stomach ache, dear to the
ing same at this office. St t
.back"of my, neck and I just,eould'nt FOR RENT:Rooms for light house-i
ti kick if I,wanted to, but I would like FOR SALE-Small seedling orange keeping close in, 209 W. Pine_St. It!
.
'you to change that ad. and set it this trees in any quantity, at.five cents
SALE-New fifteen
FOR room private
time from copy instead of memory.I each. G. T. HULL, hotel, in town of Taft, Only auic c Za .
,eadose''another copy in place of Pine Castle road. hotel in town and doing nice business.

the one. you must have lost FOR SALE-New fifteen room private Central location on two fine lots. Price
This incident reminds me of one : hotel in town of Taft Only $2,200. Address Nelson House-, Taft, \ c."
hotel in town and doing nice business. Fla. 2wks
that happened near my,home shortly .
!fine lots. c .
Central location on two "
before I came down h re. I was sit- Price Address Nelson,House, WANTED-To rent for one year or
2200.
'
:ting in the:office of a friend of mine, raft Fla., Kar. U 2w more, eight room house centrally 1 There is certain that
located. M.,C. Broome, Orlando, Fla. a prestige owning your own .
an.editor of a weekly paper, when a
Box 573. Iw 15-22
FOR SALE-Good Horse Carriageand J motor car gives in community. ,
i Ban .whose brow, was clothed with Harness. For work c on driv you your
-thunder, entered., ing. Apply to Win. Halloway, Winter ROUEN DUCK EGGS for sale. Apply ..
Fiercely seizing a chair, he slammed Park, Fla. 12t Box 705, City. There is a certain 'satisfaction in knowing you '

>his hat on the table, hurled hisBmbrella and lot south
FOR SALE-House ,
BUY a lot in Thornton Park, a nice own a car that will take anywhere and
you bring
on, the floor,and sat down. suburb in east part of the city. Carl side of Lake Eola, corner Washington ..
,; Are! the.editor?" he asked. and East street five blocks east I
you Jensen. I you back. It is this quality of,dependability which
'"TeL""Can _of court_ house.. Two stories_ semi-
u .
,
: log house, living room, dining room,
you read writing?." FOR,Volnsia SALE-40 County acres, near of station fine land and in pantry and kitchen first floor, four c has put 110,000 Buicks on the road, and it is this '

_4: "Of course." fine lake $500. Terms. J..B.McKay, large airy bed rooms and bath on
; same quality of dependability which has made .
< >"Bead that, then," he said, thrust- second floor One of the handsomest > :
FOUND-That houses in the best location in .
i- teg_at the editor an envelope with an the Sentinel. reaches Orlando. 1623. ' every one of those 110,000 Buick users a Buick.
the people and is read. .
inscription on it
: ."3 said the editor trying WANTED-Four experienced orange booster. .
-- to .
FOR SALE 5% acres with five-room j
and teamster.
pickers one Inquireat
.peflit ,
house on railroad only few hundred 103 E. Robinson
avenue Monday
;; 'Thafsnot a ,B. It's an S." said feet from stopping place. Plenty of morning before 8:30.A. ,The Buick overhead valve motor has more power ,
shade and small shrubbery. Ten to
the' A. GOULD.
man. .
twelve bearing orange trees pears per cubic. inch of piston displacement than any .
"Oh 'H'l Well it looks like
) see. and other small fruits. Good hunt--
.'Salt for Dinner' or'Souls of Sinners," ing and fishing, and especially suited I { other type of motor ever built. It costs us more ' .
aid the editor. to those who come to Florida for the I I
winter and like the country life with j : to make it but costs less to it'
:
you run
"No "noth:
air the
:replied man
; easy access to town. J. P. Perkins, Oscar Hand
lag of the land., Thafi my name Orlando, Fla. General Delivery. I
Samuel H. ,Brunner. I called to see i

'yea about tha poem of mine you printed OAK HILL is the beautiful subdivision &, Son I .ROADSTERS AND TOURING CARS, $950 TO $1650, F. 0. B.
to the Northeast of the city andI
be other day on the "Surcease ofSorrow. still have some choice lots there. Successors to E. Hand i, ORLANDO..Catalogue Request
Carl Jensen.
,
f '"I :don't remember it," said my
:fries.' FOR SALE-A nice house and corner FULL LINE OF COM I

"Of ,course 'you 'dont, because it lot, centrally located. Fruit trees PLETE HOUSE FURNISHINGS :
and flowers. Address H., Sentinel i
into the 'under,the care iI
west paper infam- It
', ." Cook Automobile Co.
,w.title of 'Smearean Tomorrow
IN AND SEE US
"f '., "A blunder: of the cenpositex's WANTED-By experienced man. Position , COME ;
,, .....", as floral and landscape gardener .
'Tea! ,..sir, and that's ,what I .want the taking care of gentleman's' Orlando, Florida |
places during summer, or permanent,I I
SIGN PAINTING
|
to lee you : The in which
.about way not fora home, would live on'plaee
.Y,. that'poem was mutilated was simply if so' desired, or as janitor of public I Jack Preston will paint your!!: "1
', 'soadalous.. I: haven't; a- night buildings. Strictly tempe rate. Address 'sign on short notice.: Good work : uhtuit1uhtUnuuhtHuuu1u11nlif
.I itinttsstutft1tnuunuuu:
,
F sue,-,It exposed me to derista. Philip Bunn, Orlando, Fla. '7t 1 1 No. 10 Washington, street. 14-6t, :

: People .think,that I am an:ass.. Let 1

rseshoi: you, The firataine, when Irp I IMMIiMMHIIIMMIMMMMillMIMIMMMMMMMMMIIShod'Wo '
.wrote it, read'this:way:' : LIGHT THE

'*'Lying by,a weeping willow
Underneath a gentle slope."

'"That is-beautiful, poetic,'effecting. PATH TO PROSPERITY

Now, how did your tile sheet present

.r, H.to the. public? ,

*lying ton weeping widow Merchants who use Electric Signs never lose

:; To induce her to elope.' their
the
way by choosing wrong road to suc
; "Weeping widow, mind JOuA
t widow., Oh, thunder and lightning.: cess. You simply cannot fail to attract, new

'His is too much: :But look-a-here at customers if you use an Electric Sign. It acts

the. fourth verse. That's worse yet menEaster like irresistible
an ,magnet, drawing all the
"! Caat,thy;,pearls before tfce swine
And'lose them'in the dirt.' trade within its reach: That is the< reason

: F fashion Your, compsoitor sets it up in this they command the attention of buyer


s ".'Cart thy pills before sunrise

And love: them, (they hurt. J, e, For Every Store Owner

, "Now! isn't that a cold-blooded outrage -

: on a man's feelings! HI leave itt No matter how small his business,' the Elec.

'you if .it:Isn't. "., trc Sign is the cheapest and l)
i Ifs :hard, that's a fact," said the 'I. mr&' effective' '

editor ... advertising. .
"And 'then take the fifth verse. In .. :. . \ -.4 Phone for our Sign.Designer to call and sub. ,.

.the original lDInuieript'lt said, plains mit a sketch. "
daylight:,
tfi' 'K "Take-away the jingling money: At No Trouble to Us-No Tbpense to. You. .
-' It is 'only'glittering dross.' r

'c "In its.printed form you made me -
lay: EVERY WOMAN PUTS FORTH SPECIAL- EFFORTS'TO

t Take away. the tingling honey; I APPEAR AT HER BEST. IT IS THE TIME WHEN I n ORNDO w:1.f[
:" J? ,Put acme flies in for the boss. MEDIOCRITY IN DRESS IS NOT TO BE CONSIDERED '

"By George, I felt like braining you FOR A MOMENT. HER COSTUME, HAT, GLOVES AND

-'; ',with a fire shovel"'Ias.never so cutup .. SHOES MUST BE ABSOLUTELY BEYOND'REPROACH. Y

in my life:, Then for instance,, I ': IF SHE WEARS PATRICIAN SHOSE THEY ADP TENFOLD .. COOK WITH GAS '

A wary the sixth verse. I wrote 1 I. TO,THE EFFECT OF A STYLISH COSTUMED ..:::fj -
.A,. ."'I'am:weary of the tossing ,. ,

'gV' "Ifs Of the a:,lovely ocean' line as ,it too.heays/. But' imagine -I b We ,Announce the' Arrival of the Season's Most ;

.i my horror and the anguish ofay I 'I
.1- ,4
; t family-when.I opened your paper Famous Styles > '.:' JMJ .d

{ and,found the line',transformed! into: f Grocery

:: p1 am wearing out my trotueri .; .F-asterFe.vo t , e .
S
: Till l they're open Jit the knees.' :
:
.': "Thafr, .a- little too much.. That I i, ),1.. .. =
yf"I: t teems to me like carrying the thingan COLONIALS, WHITE PUMPS, TAN PUMPS,.. DuLL' 18 West Church" Street

:'.l inch; ,or, two too ,far. II','think J PUMPS, ;WHITE OXFORD ,.ANKLE TIES, NEW ;BUCK .
;' k' have a constitutional'right to murder OXFORDS,'PAT PUMPS.,SATIN PUMPS;TAN OXFORDS, FANCY AND STAPLE GROCERIES. NEW AND

': 'thai. ,compositor, dent you?" : : GRAY MPB!. CK COLONIALS WHITE TOPS. ': FRESH

"'! ."I'think:turbo : GIBSON TIES p;" ': i r : t .
J ? ::;;.: : d
t '1 mart. day that. ..ma* i ereie'F .. I 1 We Give Oar Perseaal Atteatiea to Oar Ciptomers andGaanatee .-
f -
: -' '.tJ"' TEE SHOE WITH 'A MILLION'Rfl M sC
: 1 ?'
) t" Satfafactiea
and
j Preapt D iHyery
,'. > the ediW. : ". $3.00, 7.$3.50 ti O. I If
'j1' He..b out josl now said. ? % ; :! .. Give Ua a.'TrIal.,
a .. "Come in ,tomorrow." ,
"I will,:said the,poet,- "and I wjj i fc

I eome, ana d." Si htler Bros. Proprietors
,- t a CLARENCE'P. SMITH. TRR. BAIM N & ]EWNtff'Mt Ptffi i ,

P. S.:.& ;)'m compositor.t*:,
.
L :( led the words, MAh OpporbJ ti' Vt -.J-

. '
:tween BOMESEEKERS and tM next -- -4 l'f
.
"' 1.u.e'and'I think;it Wfll 'lialriglit .it _.,.-_ :'MfM _ ..". ..,....".''' '. ,_.. n .
r ',T1"e'diiP1i7 line aheld.have ; :; liU l

....:"..i.eb. ..:#Aitofa L* BEAll.IIIIJlI'S. '

,.-'. ...'.f*.....,t', 4' --;, '"--;'':",..U,' . Sentinel Want Ads: Pay :A webers.; ., .. .. . : .;.. iii". ., &} ,
t \! at ttti *ee..I ._ . ";JI -. "'- '1"'t. ..
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'.,r r ,;Wl.,',.. -,F I-."," ".'"""',1-. ,.,t..q.....'...." ...,.,.*. .;1---rttrae4 ca 11! : '
: i : ::froa.Sonata.,of'Dr. Wrap I' IA1BTE TIMEiS : : JEWELRYi

) Oaiaien_of Today,",'or "What.I "
: Say .
'Get. .Dt. Aatoac Mea. ..
NIck,:to'.Large. 'Caafrefatiea at:: .ALMOSTHERE, AND IF.YOU,NEED ANYTHING IN
FY'
:tae. FIr t. Metao. CaarcaOiieof P
,
!. ''-the :Wi1Ikades_. 'of. Today. ii.Preitien. THE LINE OF UP TO:DATE DRY GOODS,* CLOTHING, )
-
:I; .
: t AND,SHOES ALSO LADIES READY TO:WEAR : .
ti"1 I HATS ; .
:, You will find that we carry the best g
Wit the growing hostility to the
neu : :
DRESSES OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS COME TO .B.-SALO .
. liquor true:: What were the drink-1 j
. ping.customs of society In.Europe.and. 'MON. SATISFACTION'GUARANTEED OR MONEY and most popular lines kIt

,, America In the.seventeenth and eighteenth ! REFUNDED. ,. . I...... ......
centuries! "
f .Here- area' few facts. : t is to your interest to visit our f
: ,.In:Boston, .Mass., it is recorded in Salomon. Orlando
,
the:probate office'that, in,1678 at the
r {funeral of Mrs. Mary' 'Norton', widowof I I store where we are always glad to show
;
the celebrated Rev. John Norton, '
HMIIIIIIIIIIIHMMi. IMIHIMMIIOt" /
one of, the ministers of the you what we have for your needs.
't. # ;;:
First Church of Boston, fifty-one gal-
'0111 of the best Malaga wine were

; :Fumed'.by the "mourners. In 1685-11
at the funeral of 'the. ,Rev. .
d :Corbett, minister of Ipsiwch, ewere' 9JRLANDONK a TRUST COMPAANflCapital BRING YOUR WATCH TO US TO REGULATE

consumed one barrel of wine'and
::two barrels of cider,'and (the record EVERYTHING GUARANTEED a
:,.runs)) "as it was cold.there was some
spice, and ginger in ,the cider." So art Sirptas aid UaflvMd Prey SI2.,'".... ....
'you may easily judge of the drunkenness t
Tetal Keseuces over Three-raters ef Mllto.MM I.i
.and riot on occasions less sacred a I.
than 'the funeral' of an old beloved!JJ .i. I Allen&C.
minister. Report of the Condition of Orlando .

. Our ascestors in this country, North Bank and Trust Co, Condensed i
t rn:
I ..and South, 150 years ago, saw nothing 'From Report to Comptroller : j JEWELERS
; in the\ manufacture and
wrong .
Feb 4,1913RESOURCES .
:sale of intoxicants.. is'an authenticated e
'fact that godly old' President '-t' , :' J Orlando Florida

: ,Stiles, of Tale..College;.wrote a letter j Loans and Discounts !....$3934.61.05Overdarfts ,
j to.a friend in the West Indies,proposing 1 .............. 19&53 1 x

), to swap a hogshead of New',England . 26O18. I
: '. rum for an able-bodied negro .1 R
... ......... f
r ,slave. ,About the same time, the,Rev. ; t- J: Fixtures 25,853.44 t
Dr,.Nathan Strong, pastor of the I wv Cash on hand and in Banks 215,084.83$660,31LI8
v leading church in Hartford Conn.,was f I a' 4J '
the owner of distillery while in the '
:active pastorate. Not being so sucI' -.1 4 LIABILITIES THE NECASH\ A 'STORE
v"cessful distiller. as he eras a pastor: I 4 Capital Stock ...........$100,000.00 a
,'
he,failed in the rum business, and a a r'< Surplus and Undivided "

'.' civil judgment was rendered against. 4 'i : Profits ... ........... 22832.33 x
him. To evade the sheriff's executiorf, + Deposits ...:..:......... 537.41&85 Cor. South and Hughey Sts.
:;he' .r compelled to shut'himself up .. ,

in the parsonage week days for a rL :.. $660,31118 WE BUY FOR CASH AND SELL FOR CASH. WE
[4 series.of weeks, but when Sunday KEEP OUR EXPENSES DOWN AND CONSEQUENTLY .
We invite the attention of
!'came he moved out in solemn dignity,. our customers CAN KEEP OUR PRICES DOWN
!,with his cocked hat and knee breeches,. and friends to our statement < *
above and wish to assure them thatwe
|' and passed .across to the church to Our Prone No. is
appreciate their patronage and
: usual. No civil
a'pl18clfthe gospel as
|:process"could. 'disturb.'-him.. on. Sundays, ask for a continuance of same.Don't And an Order will Have Prompt Attention, and will be
,and his conscience,does not ,to forget that our deposits are .
-seem Delivered to Any Part of the City.D.
';have'disturbed'him i.on\the. distillery mA coo 'I I
invitation U extended top
:question' any, day in the week. B. RAYBON Proprietor ORLANDO, FLA.
visitors in city to call and
our
open
: .For:,many years your drink 'c devil .
has consumed annually more sub.ittnee ( State Goveraaeat,Slate nd Cfcnty Depeeit.,. an account with_u. I .

': than Ie received by all charities L Jtisements -

'by home J. :and'foreign'miasions. .. __ !_, by_ the.whole ._. 0 O'. MtttllHIIMiltilillMHimilimMlttlliMtlMtMThe
church,of.the living God, .destroying -

:;and thousand 2ambe more drunkards combined.',lives. than annually:One war,hundred'stagger plague the'hot.should indignation arouse of as the never American .before ) - . . MRS. JARLEYS'FAMOUS 1 REAR[ [ESTATE 1[ fOR SALE[

it It is bad
:across e.I&I1d1 of,a:desert. life; people against '
enough that these men should seek WAX WORKS
to where;the:earthquake. dig* their
to,tempt the.youth of the country to
then
graves, and'' die,:as brutes, die,
';who, might,'have 'won. the:' ,world's lives drunkenness' ,but is immeasurably AND THE trend of Orlando's Growth is
laurels, and worn,'eternal :crowns in worse that,,they should seek to
moral ideals of the I ORCHESTRA: Northeast. Lewter's Addition and
:the.kingdom.of,God. corrupt,the young CHEROKEE
c And the whiskey traffic has gone by (attempting to gild iniquity with Sunshine Park are there. Near by
to venerated Y.'THE
from'bad.to wori Its methods are sophistical appeals PRESENTED t
,infamous and the, intoxicants< of toy names. I is Paradise Hill. ,Let me show you
'.a'"thou; and'fol more .fiery 'We use no immoderate language 'Rollins School of Expression !
I and poisonous than the sort known-in when we say, .cursed be the traffic
the days of the fathers. The big which ,would besmirch the venerated LYMAN GYMNASIUM '

[brewers are buying much space.in.the names. of the fathers that.it may corrupt WINTER PARK F. A. LewterlimiHHIMIMtttlltttlltMMHIIIIIIIHilMMtM
i great dailies:-and paying'advertisers the.morals of their children. If MONDAY MARCH 24TH; 3:30 P. M.
large sums "to boost their, bad'busi- the :fathers were alive to. speak for GENERAL ADMIS SION 50 CENTS.
ness.? Even the name of John Wes. themselves they would execrate such

lley, who 'set .himself,'sternly againstthe 1 injustice and iniquity, and becomes "
[ drinking usages of his day has their children to destroy root and '

been Candler feeBy in'stronger I handled.words Says than' Bishop,I'can branch lars by, damning a business the which memory seeks of'dol-the Patrunize n Senilne l Adierflers' r Job i
;
command '"Far from promoting the past,:t and "darkening all the sky' of jMt US Egure aIl your Printing

business'of the brewers, these adver- the future. .

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; Lucerne} Theater GEORGEPVANC' Thurs., March 20




Largest t Best and Only COMPANY INCLUDES

R dFirst

Class Minstrel organization : GEORGE EVANS i'


in America 1 :
*F

THE ONLY "HONEY BOY"
.
JOHN KING, SAM LEE, VAUGHN COMFORT, CHARLESHILLIARD '
COMPANY OF SIXTY PEOPLE 4tD"
TOMMY HYDE,. JAMES MEEHAN, JIM

DOHERTY, JOSEPH_ GILLESPIE, JACK KENNEDY,

RAYMOND MAXSON, CHAS. UFER, JOHNNY BARRY, ,
EXACTLY THE SAME IN ORLANDO AS IN JACKSONVILLE
AND.A BIG CHORUS OF SINGERS AND'DANCERS''

AT THE DUVAL. THEATER,;MARCH 15 AND 16 \2



2 -- Cars of Special Scenery 2 .t" .. < :.' oncert nan and Orcnestra

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PRICES: f "
ii,1
1IIJ. TWENTY-TWO
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: :
: DIRECTION.'Of EDW. V.. CUPERO
sty &c'L8I""la, 'L CeJerejIWC. ,5ICQ ; "" 4' ." ; '
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Seat'Sale OfWB Meriay, March'ITtfc,.I a.a.i ;,\_ .: : : : 4 .

at1:; .4. wr.. _-., '; ,' -D i- uGST"'" ii; .ioL .ed 1.: t *!::1tJ MIK-.I rE 1 .I' E'L'J": 5' BIG PARADE' AT 4:30 P. :M.
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illllMIIIMMIIilllMIMilMIIMMIIIIIIIIIMIIIIII, . .. .' . . THE IDEAL 'NEWSPAPER -
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A publisher, desiring,to .
;: President newspaper .
Louie C. Mawey,, : ; :
J\.. ":. ;' please his readers, asked for sugges- : ; ;7 : \Y, "
T;Ffctra wa o...Victim. S. What Howe, Cashier ions. i\ ; t "
'. { ', '
.Z Bound C..:B.beock, Ar't,Cubes > .Samuel A..'Newell. ,Ass$Cashier "How can!" I he make inquired."Cut ,mine. the. ideal J' : < \i ,, .fC ; <, ''. ,. .
newspaper ;
t (, ,
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: -- v- r '> out the crimes, the murdersand
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> ?; "
. ,:. < ,. . ::{v'::::'" : : ME' the sensational divorce case, reports -
.
said the nice people. t
"Cut out the accidents, the railroad
and steamship disasters!" cried the

STATE' BANK people who never read such things. !
; "Cut out politics said the old-

fashioned "I understand
:woman. don't .-
/ : it, and haven't time for it any- ", TO-iAY
.-it, i 4.: .

< ; y of Orlando way."Cut out the heavy stuff," yawnedthe <
I ,j J .<
butterflies both'sexes.
lei .,. '. < . The ,
ideal newspaper should be amusingand Is the best time to open your


K i ESTABLISHED 1893 "Cut diverting.out, the" so-called funny pictures account, arrange for your

," said the careful mother. "Such difficulties talk
or over
your
j..4? ; ictures, aren't funny, and theyr'e

F' '' THIS, the oldest Bank in Orlando, has had nearly bad, very bad, for the children." affairs,with the only "National"

,.:: :: of experience of banking in this "Cut out the ponderous editorials,"
k twenty years snapped the man who merely scans Bank in this vicinity.You .

E section,of Florida. It offers its services to all wishing the headlines. "Who reads 'em now ,.,'" \
will find
4 ,adays, anyway," us deeply inter-
to transact business with a bank carefully conducted
"Cut out the woman's said
page,. ested in anything that is '
,on conservative banking principles. the intellectual high-brow. "Bothare your ,-
demoralized, and both have received welfare.

--;:: .;' : We,draw drafts on all. parts of the world and buy gether."too much prominence alto Bring your troubles as well as .

.4 -- and sell domestic exchange. the"Cut publisher out-interrupted.," began another; but your deposits to


; "Stop, all of you!" he cried. "On
!:. yk Our correspondents, with many others, include second thought, I have decided to cut

:the,National, Park' Bank, New York; First National, out myself. It is no use trying to I[ PEOPLES[ NATIONAL l BANK."It
'. publish the ideal newspaper until I ,
:
Bank Third National Bank Atlanta _
; Philadelphia; ; can come across the ideal reader.

k ,Merchants-Mechanics National Bank, Baltimore; Saying which he shut up shop and is a pleasure to serve yea."
went into the wholesale anchor busi-

#-'4, Continental & Commercial National Bank, Chicago:, ness for a rest-Binghamton Repn- '., ..

Lf'V ; National l Bank of Commerce, St. Louis blican.

1 !,... ....
HOW TO KILL YOUR TOWN.

.: 'We Fay 4 per ce't'Interest on Savings AccountslillimilMlllliliilMMIMHimttHIMIIIMilimi -

.-; Buy from peddlers as much and as ,,'

i,, ( I often as possible; they make a profit ,' ,., ', : : .. .
I on their goods.

SPRING JESTS.- PREVENTING COLDS. Glory in the downfall of a man who I

y; t The: Ground Hog snickered in h la I In this season of chills and sneezes has done much to build up your town.

,sleeve and colds, Dr. William A. Evans, in Make your town out as bad a placeas

;; 1 woader now, ,if they'll believe!j the Louisville Courier-Journal pre you can. Say that it is a lawless

". To show,that lam standing pat, sents some very pertinent suggestionsas hole, infested with bootleggers and
.
111 stay, my full six weeks at that" ,to the prevention of colds. Com-! blacklegs.Join
V, % ing at this time the Sentinel believes every development which seeksto i

'F,I ; Old ,'Diu smiled well satisfied- the advice worth publishing. It follows discredit the morality of the com-
'
/.: "I, wonder,"now, if they decide : munif"'. Every day sees a new improvement
: They'd rather have to reign than me I The cold damp days of the spring- Refuse to unite in any scheme for I started in Lakeland, it seems and the

"'b J. Old Chaos' and young, Anarchy/* :time are here., It is during such the betterment of the material inter' latest is the placing of the telephone

'- weather that colds are most prevaleni est of the people. wires underground, work on this COMPLETE

;The Tariff grinned in subtle glee"A They are usually widespread and woefully Tell your merchants you can buy process having been begun 'Tuesday. STOCK

_ ',. '.'.- new' spring, suit of ,clothes for ',neglected. goods a great deal cheaper in some Several thousand feet of duct ,are -'.

1-}.,' -; ''aeof'i,! Colds flourish because of conditions other town and charge* them with ex- now in the railroad yards, and a 7;; OF
-
'.:..1' .. Of changing styles I'm very sure, within and without the body. We tortion. force of men is already digging the
;' people endure." have said that the bacteria If a stranger comes to your town,
As long as me already ditches in.which this tubular equipment
tell him everything is overdone, and
which produce colds are always pres. will be laid, and which will encase
:. *' The Trust hilarious ent in the throat about the in predict a general crash in the near
; Money teeth the wires of the extensive system
,Remarked: "They've got their eyes; I the'mouth, in the nasal passages, and future. of the Peninsular Telephone Co., Spring
: on;us. in other cavaties of the respiratorytracts. Patronize outside newspapers to in Lakeland.
< '., <- Soon-well be busted-thrown. to, the the exclusion of your own and denounce '

,- ,. & 'wfafc- They are still, however, without the yours for not being as large Styles
Lakeland is to have a great White
'::f" ?To, root, and glow' as different body, I e., They may remain in eitherof I I and as cheap as the city papers.If Way. The Board of Trade has arranged -
5 "? you are a merchant don't advertise -
these
t krads. localities and do no harm so
for the the business -
lighting
,
*>- in the home'paper, but compelthe
long as bodily resistance and bodily contrived
streets by artistically
f , The:" Cter" of the Stock Exchange vitality are kept up to par. They will editor to go elsewhere for adver- devices. It- also decided
'!t' illuminating was -
Made it 'no marks but "Ha! Ha!" do harm only when the conditions of tisements, ,and howl like a sorehead the Board to offer twenty- FASHIONABLEAND S
by a
'. .! the body become such, that they or because he does so. Buy a. rubber
a dollar to
five
loving cup as a prize
The "bUlls" and "bears" danced hoof their secretions can, enter the blood stamp and use it. It may save you a whose
.\ few the person ,ground surroundingtheir
\> dimes and make letter heads and
l't ,and paw stream. home, showed the greatest im- BECOMING
'1f will Haw! Since the human wrappers look as though you were
f "The legislate, they body habitually
I of
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4 provement byway beautifyingduring
,c. Haw harbors the germs of cold, but only doing business in a, one-horse town. this .
F, <, *, under certain conditions can be infected If you are a fanner,.curse the place year.LUCERNE

t,"1 A ,The."Hold Outs" in the baseball world by them, it is important!so to where you trade as the meanest on Straw
** Have now insurgent ,banner furled, care for the body that infection will earth. Talk this over to your neighbors THEATRE
x r / and winked not and tell them the. men are robbers -
;And .signed, crafty an occur.
_ .*, ,*c.. eye-: How to prevent self-infection and thieves. It will make your Thursday, March 20 Hats

,. ,,.*: "Tb t,rowmakes, vaudeville pay through germ changes, however, is property much less valuable; but
f" thigh.' not so well known. If an error, it you don't care. GEO.
In short-
seems as though it would be an error
And' so the world goes merrily, on the right side to observe the following Be a damphool, and cut off your EVANS'
nose to spite your face-so that when
c ,It' seems a pleasant place to be; :
; *? For everyon&,laughs on amused L Avoid crowds, hot, illy ventilated the "bust i up" comes you will be HONEY

': To see his neighbors- well abused. places, people who have colds and among the first who will have to walk Brown &
of BOY S Lartigue :
... ., people who have recently had pneu out of town.-Enid.Okla.) Events. ,
w then time
But the very merry monia.
)(yet'to come-the joke sublime! 2. Since colds can be caught from MUNICIPAL LEAGUEThe MTCRELS

Well soon hear wailing loud and ,oneself, keep the nose, mouth and tonsils '
:', long- I clean, and do not overeat or over Municipal League of Orlando, 60 People, Orchestra of,Twenty

," -*, "The crop of fruit's, entirely gone!" drink, ,especially do not drink alcoholic -! is the name of an organization by 2 Cars Special Scenery

$e : i -QUILL O'LOON. i drinks. the young business men of the, city,

,'- \v' __________ 3. Do not get overheated or chilled, who are banded together with the object Prices: 50, 75, $1.00,' $UO. )

r jn LUCERNE 'THEATRE or allow'any part of the body>to get in view generally, to use its best BASE BALL
: Seats OB Sale Monday, March 17
1. overheated or chilled. efforts, for a greater and better Or- ,
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?.' f-. .t Special TodaT. 4. Keep the heat-making powers up lando. And specifically, to .direct its at Bates' ..
% :' 4 ,REELS'4 by sleeping out, cold baths, moderate efforts toward the betterment of

"The' Great Prayer of the Arabs,"I eating and exercise,,especially in the Orlando_______ and_n_ vieintiv... educationally.. timiiiiiiMMTHE / STETSON UNIVERSITY'ROLLINS
: !,r;Pathe. Educational' feature that ev"eryone -I open,air, even on rainy days. physically, morally, civically, politically .
; should see. 'I 5. When one ,has a cold he should or: any otherwise appertaining I
< '." "Hypnotism In Hickerville, Essan- not sneeze and cough carelessly ort to the welfare of its citizens. And VS.

ay. A-:comedy scream with Mr. Augustus spit carelessly. He mUtt. destroy' all in this work the League will cooperate : ,ONE, CIGAR THAT
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,. Carney ,playing the leading!nose and,mouth .secretions. If the,attack in so far as possible with other COLLEGE

-t a ,part. is of sufficient seriousness to organizations of the, city.
T "A Perilous Cargo," Edison. A] keep one from business I it is serious Their field of labors as outlined ,in VE1YIODY LIKES

wonderful, 'drama, portraying one of enough to have medical counsel i their proclamation' is a broad one and

h the, moat' hazardous sea ,voyages fan-: The advice applies 'especially to oldpeople [will certainly be welcomed by the people Tuesday March 18th

-S ,giMhlt. A picture of immense interest and children, the doctor adds; of this city. They are to be a "

to' all since they ,are prone ,to ,colds. He working body rather.than'a financial IlAWLlY'SI1tiIGII'1I aodWedneSday

s The. (Girl. of _Sunset 'Pass;" Lubin. thinks in the aching, fever stage of a organization, and,the fee for member "
., Words'can not explain this 'excellent cold,it is advisable to go to ,bed., A ship is nominal The League meets -
' 19th
;; 'fe tere.. It' must be ;seen to know young person might disregard,this advice again tonight at 7:30.in. the.,rooms of -. March .

:: ,Don't'forget the entire balcony is and not suffer, but old people are the E.; S. Pierce Electrical Companyon
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'!' .five\centa to, all running great'risks when_ they fail to Church street A cordial invitation i !. Get tie best cigar at five at:
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Get the habit- -Follow' the crowds. regard ilpin. is extended to all wheeze willingto ; cents,' the.net, time you >

"' ,'. , cooperate with't a in this' unselfish Wait to,smoke-judge for;:
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,z ,: ." DISAGREEABLE WEATHER. A is ordinarily a, very small and worthy undertaking i ':y neIt. WINTERPARK
i -
n Yesterday'"-was a very uncommon thing, but, when it sticks in.your,tire "'

day.for. Orlando. ,It rained off and on it amounts to a good .deal, -vulcoFiberine Lost-Diamond ring.. Return to '
..wi'made it dwagree-: : will nail Robinson Studio ,will receive reward. GAME AT 3 P. MLWe -S
all.day,:_ very stop pin, or punctures "I'_ .
ble.fer pedestrians. and :;others, uniMtoate instantly and prevent leaks. See ; Made in Orlando and. sold : ., dWla ,Gnri.&W Free

., ::eaoogn-to be oat;,. A:slight it demoaatraUd'at;the. Hyer. Stable, 6tMr. by, ,al:'deafen.i .. .
,- ioGiyarM fallitg:at "'-'o'cIock'tJdt oar I"':Orange'nail Central Avennee.F. \ .,and Mrs. E.'J. White, ,
':' a =' ": /rifle beer.. Siedael.Nt -- 0.> ton -will enjoy the h..pitatity' of'the W My, ;,1 ,
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