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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 19, 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 )
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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, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 19TH, 1913. NUMBER 32.I .

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.4 MURDER. WAS COMMITTED ATSALONIKAWAS ..ORLANDO'S OLDEST' FINANCIAL QUARTERS OF SOLONS SHIFTEDAS COMPOSED OF PASSENGERS ARE HURT IN REV. W. J. GODDEN, MISSIONARY

SHOT IN INSTITUTION IS THE ONLY THE NEW COMMITTEESARE YOUNG MEN WHO WILL ENTHUSIASTICALLY CRASH AND MANY HAD NAR. TELLS OF HIS WORK AMONG F

BACK WHILE,WALKING, t BANK BETWEEN JACKSONVILLE NOW BEING RAPIDLY WORK i! ROW ESCAPES-SPREAD. THE ABORIGNES.

r DOWN THE STREET.. I AND TAMPA ORGANIZED. FOR THE .GOOD OF i ING RAIL CAUSED BY In place of the usual sermon at St-

;'t? Special 'to The Sentinel t SHOWING THESE Special to the SentinelWashington ORLANDO.The j THE FLOOD. Luke's Cathedral on Sunday evening,

}1 London, March '18.-News of the FIGURES.It March .-Democratic young business men constituting -I Special to the Sentinel Rev. W. J. Godden gave a very inter.

w: assassination of' 'the' King of Greece, is,,with great pride. that the officers senators began today to seize upon the Municipal League of Orlando, Macon, Ga., March 18.The Dixie esting talk upon his work among the
which have been pouring: [ the choice offices and committee Flyer, the fast train from Jackson Seminole Indians.
of
rumors of the ,State Bank of Orlando met last night and elected officers as
into London from various European to the fact that they have passed rooms that have been occupied by I I,follows: ville to Chicago, was wrecked at an Few men would be willing, to give ;%

oapitols, since seven o'clock tonight, point the million dollar mark. the Republicans for years. The work],I J.,C. Howell, President; V. S.. Star- early hour this morning twentythreemiles i up their lives as Dr. Godden has for

z e were officially confirmed{ shortly be-(I Elsewhere in this: paper will be of moving will be pushed in order that:I buck, vice-president; W, H. Palmer, south of this city and six per years past to work as difficult and as

/ fore ten o'clock tonight.' by messages found their statement, which will .be the new, occupants may be comfort secretary; C. P. Dow, cashier: ; E. B. sons were injured, none dangerously.Four isolated from all social interests; forty

f received by. Queen Alexandra; at found interesting reading.. It is a ably settled by the time the extra 'Bradley, Leroy B. Giles and' T. P. sleepers and two coaches were miles from the nearest post-office and

:Marlborough ,house. The.: message sourse of pride to the citizens of Orlando session convenes, April 7. Practically Howes, directors. j hurled from the 'tracks by the rail seventy-five ,miles from the railroad, hall

r, s ;was from Prince Nicholas,'' of Salon to have a bank with more than every Democratic senator will The next meeting will be on Mon i spreading where the heavy floods had supplies, as well as the mail; having y'

; } ika,.where the murder was committed million dollars,of deposits, the first move. day night of next week at the Pierce 'undermined the roadbed. to be handled over roads which
x f f briefly.stating that the:king was assassinated in the history of Orange county. Senator O'Gorman, of New York, Electrical Store. i The sleepers and the day coaches are heavy sand in dry weather and under A
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while thestreets who has had to be satisfied with an left the rails and hurled water the i
walking on banking The young men are enthusiasticand over. One during rainy season.
(i I The State Bank is strictly a
office
of Salonika and died half an, office in a far off corner of the sleeper was hurled into creek. The The unusual rainfall the
institution and is destined, to become will work harmoniously for the : a past summer a
hour after receiving the fatal wound. one of the great banks of Florida building under the Republican regime good of,Orlando. |injured were brought to a Macon) and fall made the water stand _

On hearing the news, Queen Alex' The Apopka Bank and the Bankof will move into the quarters Mr.: J. N. Bradshaw, President of hospital, where they received med not only over all this long road but

andra collapsed,: falling into 'a' deep Oviedo are the offspring of this formerly occupied by Senator Pen- the Board of Trade was present and ical aid. also covered the land where the mis.
in the The latter will '
z swoon. ." bank'and under practically the same rose capitol. addressed the meeting on. behalf of i The accident occurred near Bon i sion stands so completely that Dr.

She' was carried to her sleeping management, so that they are a part move- into...the office. building.. .Senator.. 1 i I I the Board of Trade, inviting them to Air, Ga. There were one hundred I Godden wrote.that his chickens could

\ 'apartments 'where I at midnight her of the same strong financial institu Lodge will exchange offices With Senator to come into that body instead of and twenty-five passengers aboard I not come off their roosts for ten days
,
condition' is causing' her: .attendantsand tion. The State Bank has kept pacewith Tilman; Senator Overman will*making a separate organization. But : the train and all that prevented a I I and that he' had to build a log platform h

j' her physicians deepest concern. the development in Orlando,,but occupy the suite formerly used by ;for the present,. the young men. serious disaster was the fact that the for his house to stand upon. .

The 'receipt.of the news here caused has at all times ,exercised that conservative Senator Crane; Senator Simmons will thought best to perfect their organ-*train was running slowly at the time The mission was first located at '

F a:;profound sensation. _Only the most solidity to a financial insti have the luxurious apartments of ization and do the work they had out "of the accident Immokolee, but the Indians, with their

i meagre details have been received tution. Its record of steady progress former Senator Aldrich; Senator Bacon -!!!lined,_ but that their desire was to I I Escapes Miraculous. distrust of the white men, soon ceased .

ii in ,London) but they are enough to be predicted. as head of the foreign affairs ,: work in harmony with the Board of That more were not injured arid coming that near civilization, so later

4r show His Majesty was attacked from may safely committee, today moved into former I,Trade. ; that none were killed appears to be the mission followed them forty miles

i behind In the street: by two men on TAXICAB Senator Cullom's office, and so it is I almost miraculous as the cars ploughed further in the Everglades, establishing *
LEADS
DAPPER DUDE ,! .
|.'i .revolver and fired all along the line. the mud for several the work '
.whom.they drey : BANDITS. SIEGE OF OFFICE SEEKERS. i(I through hundred at, $_ Cross. ,J
j at: cloaegairtere. ,The motive for, ... -' I II feet after leaving the rails and By his wonderful patience and per- r

'the'act; I.is' supplied in the':following Special to'the Sentinel. : CRUISERS SENT OUT TO CUBA. I -- they were badly smashed. i severence, together with his tact and ;5
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patch. from,. "Athens.News .. New York March 18-Joseph Taylor ..- Special to the SentinelWashington March 18. Humorous Owing to the heavy rains that sympathy in dealing with the Indians,
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"of-the assassination of KingGeorge , the dapper, ,cane-twirling young Special to the Sentinel have prevailed in this 'section the Dr. Godden has overcome their suspicions -
San, Francisco, Calif., March 18.- incidents attend the siege of Washington .
: caused profound emotion. man who:coolly_confessed to the police Rush orders have, been forwarded I by office-seekers. While Secretary train was running at a reduced speed and made them realize something .
,through ,Greece. According to ln, last night that he was the leader I and that accounts for the few casual. of his friendship and his deep
; from Washington to the commandersof McAdoo was telegraphing today I
formation received .at Salonika, the .of the, band of taxicab bandits that interest in their welfare *
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the cruiser, California and Maryland to Boston and New York to discover ties.No
:<' assassin, who is called Sting, declared :bas ,been :terrorizing the city for the one from Jacksonville was in- Before first going to his lonely =
to sail immediately for Guayam- a man whom he is seriously considering -
when. arrested. that he killed.the'kin',' .,," ,last; few :months,, was expected by as, State of Sonora, where.the condition for assistant secretary of the jured. post, Dr. Godden, who1 had previouslysome
bemuse he refused to, give money.' .today to make revelations
tfee ,
police
; knowledge of medicine took
of American and interests a
f European treasury to succeed James J.,. Curtis
that he'.asked for.. ,.Skina.it.acid to.:which"would-lead to further arrests. ,I CELEBRATION OF CLEVELAND'S special course which enabled him to '
"- have become, so critical that in'charge of customs, half hundredsupporters'
a '
Wong to:the ,Socialists::organization' Besides'Taylor,''ten men were held BIRTHDAY practice the Indians
thus
is needed. 1 of ,., .. among giving
vect'pri..tt1J' protection as many applicants I _:..
r at'V 1aQthe messages ,r ee the result of detectives' him
today as t an access to them in their
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California sails
The
I tomorrow and waited in his'office
although they
...were;:confirmed in the ,main work. the. The I Caldwell; N. J., March 18.The 76 need, and an influence among them
Maryland, Thursday. supply were told that the selection
',ofteee 'detil. s: One, :message adds, Taylor, according to the'police, is steamer and collier Glacier, with-cdal' determined. was practically anniversary of the birth of Grover which could scarce have been other '

Tie people of Salonika.. ;are wroughtup inclined to boast of,his prowess. alli 1 Cleveland, which occurred in Caldwellon wise attained. Through his effort T ,
murder and provisions sufficient to last The same thing occurred in con
"oprtoanint u. e pitch by the March 18, 1837, was fittingly observed and the co-operation of others
J a
hereie of the war-ships doing duty in the nection with the appointment of the
ptobabi'litym
and some MRS. LEITER'S WILL.
here' today. The anniversary smal\ hospital was built at Glade
Mexican waters on the Pacific for United States treasurer. While the
in hands
law their ,
taking .the i
celebration was held under the aus.'pices Cross, since there was no other pro-
.t The death of King George,. of Special to the SentinelWashington four months, sailed this afternoon. secretary was sending a dozen tele- of the
Grover Cleveland Birthplace vision of kind for the of the
any care
,' D. ,C, March 18.-I.!I.i grams broadcast in search of John I
Greece,' not only ,throws his own}i Memorial Association and was Indians, who came there sick. This
The will of Mrs. Levi Z., Leiter was Burke, former of North Dakota
.country into ,mourning, but means] : WEATHER MAN OPENS LID. l governor attended
by many notable men and proved a. great aid in his work, and .
that most of European courts will filed today. The widow's estate consists who was ultimately appointed, '
': women from New York and vicinity.One at one time when measles in severe-
of'an income from the thirty As Result Orlando Gets Of a hundred applicants were virtually.
become sorrowful, By the closest, a Plenty i of the features of the day's exercises form broke out the Indians
ties of kinship, he is<:related .to .the'million. dollar-estate, of her husband. Beastly Weather. beating on the walls of the treasuryfor was a visit to the birthplace among .
so for that
s majority of ,Royal families. tHis ,..The income, is' ,estimated to be between The weather man, after having admission. Burke was finally of the late President, the old Presbyterian -I many available came place treatment in the missionwas ,every

'aster,,is ,queen .mother: Alexandra five .and ten ,millions yearly. walked the straight and narrow path found at Minneapolis, the announce- manse on Bloomfield avenue filled with these '
.
,*of ,England,. widow, of; the 1 1 'Joseph Lieter, her son is given allsecurities for a long time, opened ,up his' safe ment of his selection made and the just,, opposite the Erie Railway s'talion. Godden's room, while patients he slept, evenDr. out

late King-Edward: and,mother'of .the' and other assets of the ty valve Monday morning and since army .of forlorn applicants turned.I The manse is now the propertyof on the ground. ,
present, estate, while all jewels and her ward- that time Orlando and vicinity have away.
king.
the Memorial Association which
,
I recently The severe wind storm of October
: .other:sister' is the .robe is bequeathed to her two daugh- been given a sample of genuinely
PS, : empress purchased it for 18000. 1910, blew down the hospital, and it
4 dowager of' :Russia; :mother of the 1 ten, both of whom live in England, beastly weather. LACK OF SUNSHINE CAUSES Dr. John H. Finley, President of has not been replaced owing to the

'Csar,of:Russia aid her,brother is,the'one. being the Countess of Suffolk. There has been a decided drop in MORBIDNESS. I the College of the City of New York lack of funds Dr. Godden 'interestedsome

Kisg,of Denmark, the temperature and fires and overcoats presided at today's services and de-I of the Indians in building from
His daughter-in-law the wife of WAR ON JAIL.SENTENCES. were found comfortable. The Special to The Sentinel 1,:
livered'an eloquent tribute to Mr. the boards etc., of the wrecked hos- -
z the.WD' ,Constan skies have been leaden and copious Paris, March IB..A certain mor,
King
prince now Cleveland.
ital which
a room they use when I
'tine .XIIwho, is the ,sister of the Special Washington to the Sentinel, March 18.-Argument rains have been general all. over bidness among women and girls Among the prominent people present they visit the mission. '
which rests modern life"is .;,
At so heavily on
German South Florida. midnight it is still
Emperor. : on the ease of two officials of the were former Governor, David E. When one Indian is sick, they think
due to lack of air and sunshine
Constantine sucjaed falling. ( There has been little according .
Prince who will very i Missouri
American Naval Stores Company under . Francis, of who was President the whole family must with him
go
I to Prof. Manjon of Nice '
King George, of, Greece is i wind. The forecast for today and Cleveland's Secretary of the Interior
aj jail sentences for criminal violation chief session of to the mission and remain as guests ''
speaker at today's
,real generalissimo of Greece, the Thursday is rain.GRAND. A. Herbert his
of the ,Sherman law began todayin the education ;; Hilary Secretary there until the patient recovers-a -;
physical
army in the field in.the Balkan war. the Supreme Court Unusual interest "Sun air congress.and frequent of the Navy; and Charles S. Fair- somewhat difficult problem often for :
bathing, bathing
; He has distinguished himself in the THEATRE. child his of the
Secretary Treasury. the :
attached to the argument in physical exercise in loose missionary as regards the larder, .
:Mince fighting and.only ten days ago .i garments since their
of the
i view company's announce are idispensable to good health appetites are not small,
gews came that, he, at'the head of aWe ment yesterday that it had suspended Today is Special Feature Day at' LARGE, SHORTAGE IN ACCOUNTS and when provisions must be hauled'seventyfive
and good in declare
temper "
the Grand with two attractions women
r force special '
had forced the surrender
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operations, was impairment of its : miles, an unusual demand
the lecturer.
: "Pathe's Weekly," showingthe Montgomery, Ala, March 18Jas..
.of the important Turkish forces of
I is
credit by the government's not easily met sometimes. \
Janina, key to the province of Em- prosecu latest events and scenes of interest I He urged that girl pupils! in high G. Oakley, president of the State
tion. Deaconess Parkhill here has been
: schools ought to be taught elementsof I I
pirns. in Minneapolis, New Orleans Convict department was arrested .
(Mardi Gras' Parade), Jersey City, knowledge fitting them for mother.. here ,today, charged with embezzling working earnestly for some months ,
He was born in Athens, July 21, NO ESTIMATE OF TIME. past to raise funds for enabling Dr..
1868. His work after he had attained St. Louis,* San Francisco, New York hood ninety thousand dollars. Orders for Godden to carry out his plan of start .
/ and other places. his arrest were issued by Governor ,
his majority, was largely devoted Special to The sentineLWashington ing a mission farm for the Seminoles
to reestablishing ',the Greek1 army March 18.--Chairman "The Vengeance of Durand," a Vi- NEW LAUNDRY OPENS O'Neal. Theodore Lacy, chief clerkto where they can be taught to make,

upon 'a firm' footing. His early life Clark, of the Interstate Commerce tagraph special in two reels is one Oakley is missing and is allegedto their living; for their main depend. :t
of the best features sent out. The I' The Baylarians their new laundry be two hundred and fifty thousand
open
aaa
.spent in Athens, where part ofhis 1 Commission, ,in a statement today I ence, the trading! of otto and alligator f
'education under the direction the commissioner's story was written especially for the at number 11 East Pine street dollars short in his accounts. :
was outlining preliminary I skins.is rapidly failing.Dr. .
( Vitagraph Co., by the .talented author this morning. The of the i
appearance
of.a German tutor. I plans for'physical valuation of Godden has 'secured a large .
.
Rex Beach. Synopsis: The interior of the rodm is clothed in immaculate SHE WAS RIGHT.
Constantine known. to hold liberal .railroads authorized by the last Congress tract of hammock and prairie land
views, as did his father. The prince declared no estimate could be vengeance which Durand nurtured for white and no sanitary precaution for this purpose, favorably situatedand 1

.bean the title of the' duke of Sparta.He II made of. the time required, to com- another enters his own soul The has been_neglected.: A, good He was an ardent lover, an Irish hopes very soon to begin workon
which he with clean hand laUndry' is to lover and .
married work. weapon sharpened a blessing a practically penniless lov
the
princess Sophie, of plete the it, several of the,Indians', having
Prussia, sister of, emperor expressed their interest and their
the hands of his is hardworking honest and will his hand he bore
in Athens in 1889. Soon after own 'daughter, people > a pot of real Irish
wish to work in this It is "
turned himself He is 'cut do good work: As will 'be shamrock. way. hoped
the against seen by
outbreak ALBERT IN PORTO RICO
t of the late war,, the PRINCE % that this the
'prince started for the front to:'lead down, in the fury of his, wrath. their advertisement they'.are making I "They were raised on the ould sod," an Indian may village.prove The, present nuc:1eu..Of'f\mission : .-. z

the Greek, army. After'' months of Special 'to the Sentinel This is an opportunity to.see reduced rates on family washings. he said, as, he presented the pot to buildings be ,

fighting,, he, succeeded, in:overthrowing San Juan, P. R., March 18. Prince "Pathe's Weekly," which needs no 1 While they have many oriental Biddy. "raised on the ould sod of new Ioeation, are the to Indians-moved themselves to this

: the Turks at..Janina. George,'who making a six months' comment; "Vengeance of DuranoV al goods in the front of this'room,.they Ireland doing the 'work under Dr.. Godden'

voyage aboard the training ship CumMrland two reel. feature of unusual merit' win still maintain their store at the' "Sure, now, Murphy," cried his. supervision.He .

FREIGHT arrived here today.. He has and to hear. the Italia-American sing, corner. of Church and Court 'stie ts. lady in delight, "how really sweet of
RULE. RULING. # is working now to establish
-. \ no special cabin: nor other luxuries, ere ye. How perfect they are and_ how: association an

Special to Tbt Sotted.. being t treated, a* an ordinary cadet., Five free lots in Wonderland Park WILL CONTINUE: ,TO' FIGHT. fresh.; Sure,-I do believe,that there'sa in helping these throughout neglected Florida Semiaolea to,aid

Wuhineton.Mareh.8.-TbeIgter: summer'.resort in eastern .Tennesaee little,d won: 'em yet" '
: and hopes to ,establish
}s. state.Commerce Commission today :The':rain: interfered,with 'the 'auction will be given each night this week! Special to the SenteaLMexico Murphy flushed slightly.:"Begorra, ) a' branch of

ordered Southern :railroads-to desist; 'sale+ ,of lots:in'Winter Park. yes to'.patrons. .. of ,the:,Grand Theatre; City! March. 18.-:The ;:War I know there elaet&nt1t.ess: it done, here in,in Orlando M he has already Q Jf

from, charging a,higher'freight .rate I try, The.sale:wil ,Itake;place, to department, today,:'received a. defiant ed Murphy. ,:"bet. praise heaven. it'll Tampa and'l other points. ;

:from'.New York to Boston, Ga;,than. L WEATHER" .w . REPORT.Florida ". message. from{Geaettl De.;"la-0.,.:,:nyaff be,paid tomorrow."-The .Shamrock.

fen ,New: York to Thomaavflle,:clot day.A .that.fee'.wffl'eirtais M2tfttitSIX- doling';days, I 't Pasta
; L The. order;boeo>lses4.etiveApritlate > 25 i .fool nott now and then be right' :-Rain, Wednesday and i..jriII. : '_.tie'.ieeisssAa."MIf ; Jia.J' !: -,ofoa-sib UMB and,. I Cards,'.,Booklets,='';'. Joyous, ::Cm,* ;' ., .
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'.i :sources and'aspects;of the:.so I. e Lord & Bradshaw } Magnificent Showing of

X- ; .w evil,developed. -. within- a.. very' few ,
.'; i;-\ .yea'rs' marfaf a.;gratifying broadening I We wish to announce to our friends, and the public generally, Ig t "
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of'the social consciousness. An inquiry i
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:into.'|his dark problems in the that we have formed a partnership under the | I . New Spring SUIts
.': last'decade--would have dealt primari- 1 above firm name,for a general fI .,, -
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*, 'moral, and'legal phases. \The present i'HReal .Estate and insurance ( '

,. sensational inquiry, begins with ,the i I=_ ,1.o : and Dresses

: *, economic,factor.. .,I I business and are centrally located in a grotnd floor office at No. jI .,
: 'thehearings, col.ored
'Thus far, : though ,
::' here and there with inevitable 17 8.Orange Avenue, (formerly occupied by Hamilton & Dunn 1I , .
.... and loose talk, have ""
rhetoric developed -
: Millinery), where we will be pleased to meet all our old friends | .
", }l interesting data,:and.this line ,of ,.:.: WE ARE SHOWING A BEAUTIFUL ASSORTMENT OF
'* 'research should. .be.followed. . fairly,and] 1 and to make new ones I. ." .' SILKS AND
'-4 SATINS ALL COLORS
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t j' GOODS
,'to' fearlessly until a :solid ,body of sig s i = . .
,'f I ficanffaets is laid down for;a-basis I ,Our list of city and acreage property is surpassed by. none *8. : '- IN ALL THE LATEST PATTERNS FOR OLD AND
: i of ;intelligent. action-legislative and I 'a YOUNG. WHITE CANVAS SHOES. THE DISPLAY
r: and we havesome exceptional bargains. COME AND SEE Us .
The minimum I
t administrative i wage I' CONTAINS ACCURATE ILLUSTRATIONS OF THE
s' *idea;is one of. the most insistent.at .-: .'.. SEASONS BEST AND LATEST CREATIONS, AND
r this-time; ;and Whie.itisdirected: at | Lord" & Bradshaw |. .': ;' IS WORTHY THE ATTENTION OF EVERY ORLANDO
wore evils,than'the so-called social .
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: 'evil,':t's.bearing>> upon'the latter is-likely 117 S., ORANGE AVE. ORLANDO, FLA. I .. ;" WOMAN. CALL IN AND ACQUAINT YOURSELF
its chief with == -t' WITH THE HIGH CHARACTER OF OUR GARMENTS
to;;provide support is .
.public opinion.. _. I"--' '''..''''''''''''. :' AND THE REASONABLE PRICES.Earner's .
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__s. '*J social delinquency.is not to be deniecLj -
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'... .i'Wh:' t the' to:'weight.of other factors.low wageis The, 'social relatively !, Bargain

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t, \ the question.as the.,previous genera-! .MOTOCYCLESFour
1 'turn,;which ignored the,latter, i TOMATO PLANTS FOR SALE
.. i f' .Publicity' i in thie day and age of,the I I H. P..Models $200.00 O e'do b.r per .thousand in any; J. B. McKAY, ;I1111 1111I 11111 11111 III lit
f ."world's progress is the'most' powerful' 'Seven H. P. Models, $250.00 ., :,>. quantity desired. Purchasers must CONTRACTOR AND ; ; ELIJAH HAND
corrective ;placed at the disposal of do their own pulling of plants. Better BUILDER.
'< | right thinking men,whether the subject C: R. :aUpert: plant now. My packing, house in Orlando Superintend All Work. Funeral Director
# of investigation be to individuals and Embalmer
, wrongs will be opened from the first Prices That Are an
; '!''. ;. ,or to the" body politic..Light I I ORLANDO, FLA. Agent for Orange CountyllliMIMIIIIIIIillllliMIIIIMIIIHIIMIMIMIt. of May to June 10th and I will buy Inducement I Hand Block, Pine St. Phone S3
:: 'thatr:enables:men to..discern.between' : V all your tomatoes. All Work Guaranteed.
\ rigKt:and:wrong is;what')iq needed... ,i iI I I S. J. SLIGH. I 'IIIIMIMIiMHMIMlimjfe

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"'. <,". DOING A LARGE VOLUME OF BUSINESS,.WILL GLADLY EXPLAINED TO ANYONE CALLING AT OUR 'OFFICE. ?

', <:i:, THIS GUARANTEE COVERS EVERY TRANSACTION:WHETHER LARGE OR'SMALL* CITY LOTS, GROVES, FARMLANDS ./ "." ; ,

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: :;r!t< ,::. LITTLE UNIMPROVED LAND. J. .; .' :
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4'r- ; ;if 4.LOTS ON EAST CENTRAL AVENUE. 60x156 FEET. 4 LOTS ON MILWAUKEE AVENUE, Wx 156 FEET. SOLD::.': /; :..<.I:i; : .' ,

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' 4 rdi iT ''1 apeito&ce'of,the Florida situation,'it ,
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: ".Cwiaced tfcaVMiamTcan, and. '.,..,."11twplort behooves' tie''state;,to:re-double her HomeseekersOPPOETTJNITY.
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t: :cl "ieque'RDr. 'SeUon efforts .at"'deepeningand cleaningatreame' 'FROPOSITIO4TO
WaW ;........Of,the local,chaufau1'OeIIrBe'for -- and',harbors. ,Better and
' ; : :tie',Christian ,-Culture cheaper, transportation :with better .

System, this-:morning 'proPosed' highways,make,Florida go ahead ASSUME THAT YOU ARE I

:Secretary, :C,.H.,Ward"of'the.Board. yl leaps and bounds, t
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of Trade-," to" potion i ,next 'winter ,a I. \ AND ,APPRECIATIVE OF THE VERY
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/ Trenton streets-:two new aad up-to-date and' modern < ,
of merit than the '
course even higher
,DID YOU BUY ? .
: : buflgalows and a comer lot sear Lake Dot will be sold .
one 1rIdeh without
.., ; wfll close tonight : BEST. WE ARE SPECIALISTS IN '
together or separate at,prices too.low to mention here.
.Mft.IuarU--o(.any kind, and as-: ,
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ix overheard prominent hardware
Prices and also, reason for will
seHiag be
given
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: ing :entire financial.obligation dealer say this morning to a prominent
iaeludiag: advertising and other ex- citizen'of.Orlando, I could have inspection of premises..; Cash or Terms. Fine opportunity Electrical Wireing and Motor Work k
.pensea..: Whether'or.not the chantau-- bought ;land at $2.50 and ,|.5.00 but for investment.. If not sold before May.1st, win be rented. 9
did.not do it COMPANY'ARCADE
II qui'i . .itte&ofthe Board of Trade. At the time he referred, to I sold CLARENCE P. SMITH: NEWELL ELECTRICAL
.wfllv agree to;the conditions which for an Orlando man several hundred .
of land in Orange for BUILDING 3
Dr. Waldo proposes :will be.determin acres county
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ed,:prot&* at a ?meeting this afternoon. sold in 10 and twenty acre tracts for CHURCH ST.

t .' *. II 30.00 per acre, and is cheap. at,this nMlimmMIIMIMMMIIiillillMlillMli.ilLET PHONE 280
'But.one 'obligation is proposed by ,trice. ,
the chauta What were the Orlando people buy- 1uuiRUL
Dr. Waldo cornrnittee -
upon qua lug_at that time? Gold mining stockIf "JIM" DO IT
and. that is that 'a suitable you had bought land, you could i
hall for the course (provided(without figure your profit., You knew sometime !
'expense,to ',the system He believes .ago your profit on the mining .' 1
stock, without having to figure on it '
that the men on the,ground are If have property to sell
If:you have :not yet bought some you.
in better position than he would be to Orlando or Orange county property, The Best is the CheapestSO
'there is still for Let Jim do it. j jIf
make advantageous arrangements for opportunities large. ; ..
profits, and I show - -- -- - ,
.such eomodationsand that in consideration' can you : - ,
I can sell you something that will GET THE BEST OF
of the entireflnancial' obligation make you money but your gold. ruining you W .lt to buy ,,:.. -
being removed,from the shoulders of stock will not,buy it
the',.committee* this arrangement in ;,Call and see me.CARL, JANSEN, Let Jim ,do it. E Paints and Wall Paper

his opinion would be more than fair. Office over Dickson &: Ives, Orange City and Country Properties Farm .. z
4 If the suggestion of Dr.Waldo is Avenue, Orlando, Fla. ,
approved and ,a contracVjsigned be- The banks and the business men of Lands Groves and Tracts THE 1912 WALL PAPER IN SAMPLESIS x
Orlando know if do ask ,
leaves ,"the .. me you not,
fore he tonight system .
GRAND AND I WILL BE PLEASED
them.
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I LOOK AT THESE BARGAINS
; will, send men next winter to Miami I
to take charge" of the advertising and I Twenty acres, 10 acres of which is in bearing orange f TO SHOW THEM. ALL YOU HAVE TO I

to get'out and sell"th* tickets.' They I grove, and balance of 10 acres in timber land, five-room DO IS TO TELEPHONE AND I WILL
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will begin early to. advertise, and cottage, located three miles from city, price $3,000.00. BRING THE SAMPLE TO. YOUR HOME.

keep Heverlastingly at it,".to use the IF ITS ANtTJIING'IN Twenty-five acres, 10 acres of bearing grove, 600 "w."" ;r" -II .......!..,._,_...u...:L. ...,.,.;.-..'.b'W.J ', o'-' .*
words of'the doctor.; He is not abash trees, five-room house and barn, located on lake front, ; --- /.J v J .i .ii1Jf: flJl r. Jr
'; ed,.at all by the fact that the,course DRUGS. PHONEDeUNEY four miles from city, price $4,000.00. GEO. A.'BARKER. PHONE 268
Thirty acres,' 15 acres in grove, 1000 trees, 15 acres : '.&I11fll HIli' JJL .....!
sue-and DRUG'MANY. of fine farm and vegetable land located on lake front,. :1
fourand half miles from city, price $5,000.00. ....
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town where'he that - :
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.chautauqua,can be made.'to,pay betten ? Forty acres of virgin pine timber land of fine fruit and
vegetable land fronting on Lake Conway, four miles from
The ,first: year, he explains, is
'always the hard one, partly becauseof city, price'$2,000.00.Twenty :! H1GHGR Df fASHR MILLI fR'I '
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the !uncertainty of how the people ..QUICK'DELIVERY.Watkiu acres of lake front land near city suitable for
sub-division. Price $3,800.00.. ,
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will receive such an institution.- BaIWIa,. I i
Metropolis. Forty-five acres, five acres in bearing orange grove, :
Phone 678. small house and barn, located at'Conway, five miles from I i
... city, price $1,500.00. II. '
FLORIDA. RIVERS AND. BAR IIIHilllilMMMMIMHFRANK Five acres with cottage.near city, price 1500.00 i 10 per cent off on all i'

BOSS: Three and one-half acres,\with twelve-room house located -

-7 near city, price $1,500.00.Twenty .. I. Linens and. Laces j jAgeits k
Congress, bas made; an ,appropriatfen ;: 'acres with bearing grove of 300 trees, small
of |..,eeeoeo'for river:and harbor { , HJBRSI house and barn, price $2,800.00
improvements in various states, off '
;f which :Florida will get'' $1,200,000 I Manufacturer of Artificial J. L. UUtlVf fDJIlI/VADII U1UJ*, OFFICE STORE OVER; ORANGE BLUE AVENUE DRUG

..(. This. state has more coast. line than Stone, Fancy Coleus and t
OnaaMBial Work HUM HISSES HILTON & DW ar
any state in. the Union and has more ; ,
navagahk streams than, any other I ;Livingston, and Railroad Ij
state each. her' tainerce I for Corsets
: and year I Barclay \
t'' is:increasing;to such proportions as :

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f's transportation'I "fae Bite. Inasmuch WANTED, -Clean- rags' at this.office.
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; The all-important question of Furniture. You'll readily admit that you


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deal No
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false no reckless advertising .
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.trust is popular;; it belongs to the :people ; (has never ,been. attacked by the man with the

muck rake. The word trust has several ..mean in s. The: one we refer to me_ ans.confidence, faith and re 4.

r liance.: Without this trust modern business could:,not be ,conducted. :Our, trust' !) is yours, for the .asking.

Now is 'thetime tQ'ask' fcjr' it Your:cridit'is. :.gobd, 'This* big. : ,building' ':'is' ,packed' with Furniture andstoves

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South' "'Florida:Sentinel 'Mr. ,Beacham's-article in: Sunday's! Sympathy- '-,the"down.andyout"' !I

r' A s : ,_MOBNBfG+i6. :AND, w1HLT Tribune.on the State highway proposition for' the:,half criminal, is.not'Granting EASTER: JEWELRY

,- 7 -," ,_ - shows, 'by plain facts and fig- at the present day. ;Not merely: ;the :
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the, claim that the bond issue would ofa', man. or: woman as a victim of AT
:; w-f. ,One:year,, .,...,.!...' !!'......!$5.00, conditions and, -. -
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",1"-1;,. Six,'Montha ,. .,.I...."....fe 20 bankrupt
: brief Mr. Beacham demonstratesthat a, cigar, at the .luncheon table
/'}> >Three.Months. ................ 125'J ,
; ,the now being, spent by almost any business man will be charitable :
< Per_ Week ....<_....:.......... JO money EV.ANS'THE
the counties in building roads,more or with the young fellow who has

,' .s j nem currier la Orlando,' M cents 'per less worthless, roads which ,become just been released from:the house of ,

t iT Month._Daily and,sa.dq.Tbe' streaks of mud when it, rains and correction for a breach of the law.

J-; Orlando Morning Sentinel can be fond streaks of sand when it is dry,would He will predict rather: warmlythat

r; f w sale. in Orlando'at Canto 4, oars Book-, take care of the bond-issue and give this young man will yet work out his
1&era real roads salvation and become BEAUTY AND FRESHNESS OF
f1 Florida brick highways a good citizen.
g?*" We ,will appreciate prompt complaint if permanent and unaffected by rain or But sometimes; this same businessman E 1 SPRINGTIME SIN THE NEW JEWELRY ,,
ielivery fa,not propa1Jmade by oar carriers. ,
; . . is very reluctant give the AND SILVER. THE EASTER
i i n i j i i i i i i i i i i FOR
r Ad"rt6ing- rate wfll be furnished on.ap- sun.His estimate is that the various young fellow a job in his own,store or ,
3 :placation counties are now expending $2,640,000a office. He would gladly see the handi- GIFT YOU WILL. FIND HERE MANY

r = 'THE WEEKLY SENTINEL year for bad road; This amount capped youth make good, but he wouldbe ,-, DESIRABLE ARTICLES AT MODEST r'
for year. by mail, pottage paid ........1.00 the
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to
for interest
would provide $2,000,000 no party procedure.We
Addrett'THE. ,SSNT1NEL, Orlando Florida PRICES. .
" Office, 107 Court Street Arcade BnOdinf on the roads and leave $640,000 for a too often forget that "to 'err

Phone 24 sinking ,fund. He adds to this road is human" and to forgive is god-like. ,
LEATHER
NOVELTIES
fund $300,000, the present revenue If we have sympathy for an unfortu- ,
a>! J., P. SCHUMANN. Edits from the automobile tax, which will nate fellow, that sympathy must takeon '
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: : JOSIAH,FBBKIB....... Yr.priet.r.F' increase at the rate of at least 100 percent substantial form to be of any avail WE ARE ALWAYS ON THE LOOK-

WEDNESDAY: MARCH 19TH, 1913. a year as the roads are improved. ':Too often the first thought, is, ,canI OUT FOR THINGS NOVEL' IN LEATHER. -

-" - In other words the money now affod,to take a chance on the poor .

; Be kind and generous, even if it is being spent in building poor roads, devil. The question should be couldI PURSES, BAGS, FOBS AND SIMILAR '
roads built without system or uniformity afford to lose'a, chance to help an : *
'cheaply'o ARTICLES ARE USUALLY FOUND
roads which go nowhere, and unfortunate fellow., The world is full '
the, money derived from automobiletaxes of Jeane Valjeans, and instead of HERE WROUGHT FROM THE FINEST I
show which the
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wind blows.Af would give Florida $50,000,000 mercilessly pursueing him with the '. ; SKINS-SOME AMERICAN AND SOME : ,
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oLives worth of brick highways and make it r distrust that his offenses have put FOREIGN IN ORIGIN. --; 't', ,'

the banner good roads state, of the in motion, how much more becomingit 1...
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thee'a soul so dead that he
United States.If is to extend that human sympathythat }
'doesn't advertise.
.there anything terrifying or opens the door of your hometo

o paralyzing about this proposition, the him, even though he may in a weak r
Colonel Bryan likes being Secretaryof Tribune fails to see it So far, there moment steal away with the golden
,State, and so does the country.
TJI.vansthe
o has been one objection and that is to candlestick. JewelerOPPOSITE

the size, of the project ,Countless thousands of boys and
is nice stuff to havearound
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Happiness
Yet, ,we must DO RIG THINGS to men have been rescued from criminal
'if .don't deserve ito '
even you; ACCOMPLISH BIG THINGS. If we paths by a show of confidence, while
POST OFFICE e
are to build up A BIG STATE we great numbers of them have been .
Calling the president is gettingto '
on must build it IN A BIG WAY. As made confirmed and hardened crim-

be,"quite a fad, It among' Floridians. long as we get frightened at mere inals by distrust'and lack of a help-

0 bulk, we will continue to be SMALL ful hand extended at the critical moment -
There is disease which cannot
? one STATE, trying' to: do things in a The greatest of all'virtues
'be helped by 'a doctor, and that: is
SMALL WAY, and naturally obtain- is charity, the great Master tells us.

p : moneymaking. '. ing, SMALL RESULTS.-Tampa. Tri-
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t' The best thing about a "knock" is bune. LETTER FROM BISHOP VINCENT SILK mum

\' that it doesn't hurt and is soon for- .
gotten.. A HOUSE OF MANY WINDOWS For the benefit of the Chautauquansof

o Orlando the Sentinel reproducesa

An"'optimist,is a fellow who can be Architect Murry S. King has just letter: addressed to Mr. J. H. Brice

V counted,:down, and out.,and"not. let it completed plans' for a house for Mr. from Bishop Vincent together with
: Charles Tiedtke of Toledo Ohio, that the remarkable declarations that are
hurt,him any,
:Y f o undoubtedly will be one of the most printed on the margin of his letter For Day

It's'a shame the:weather won't let unique and attractive homes in the. heads: ,

'the ;weather, man get, things right city.The Chicago, Ill., Mar '13.
in while house is of the Craftsman's pat* "Dear Mr. Brice: and
once a, anyway. (1YP
o tern, very large and replete in artis- "For the delightful launch ride on

t' Progressive is,who progressive does. tic novelties. There will be fifteen Lake Lucerne Miss Hamilton and I

t All the evidence,so far,'goes'to'show rooms, and five baths including the desire to express our sincere thanks.It EveningWear

that dynamite is a law unto itself. servants rooms and bath. added greatly to the pleasure of ,

.sE o The, living room will be 18 x 38 our: trip. We shall not soon forget it
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} The man who says "I don't believe feet and. will be. : a jnodel" for. ventilation -or you., Fraternally, V

in',advertising," you'; will find as "a and light, which may'be> < said "JOHN H. VINCENT." . .
of the whole house. The Church Our University
iI 'rI leis wrong on many, ,uest oI S. .. '
There'are eighty-two large windowsin Every truly earnest Christian (old .

Picking revolts against the Huerta the house, the front being a solid or young) is a University Student-a

government ,in Mexico ',before they tier windows. of the arts and crafts member of tile University of the

'have.time to, come to,a full bloom,let style, and will be set as close as can Church.
L alone get ripe' be done having due regard for casing. The aims of one's life in the Uni- Our Personal Guarantee

o There will also be a number, of versity of the Church are:

5' The :fruit crop of Orange county French windows and glass doors. L To be really and personally relatedto Accompanies Every Pair

: ft brought. more'dollars this year,than Spacious verandas will add much to Christ as his disciple-a real .

,the wheat crop from any two countiesof the beauty ,of'the' architecture. The matriculation: ,
j the central west. entire house will be, screened the full 2. To become by daily thought,* .

o size of the windows, with copper prayer and service more and more

It has taken the executor of the,will screen wire. Every detail has been like Christ Marion B. Ives

{ of the late E. H. Harriman twos yearsto provided for, 'in this model southern 3. To follow His example in every-

,prepare an inventory of his estate, home, that will lend to its attractiveness day life doing as nearly as one can .

which is valued at. $70,000,000.I and comfort. what He would do were He now

0 I It is to be located on that large and living among us.

,Mexican revolutions follow so close beautiful tract of land at the corner 4. To study diligently all truth in the EXCLUSIVE MILLINERY PARLORS

one upon another that when enquiry of magnolia avenue and Hillcrest Holy Scripture, in. History Biog-

is made as1 to,the status of the revolution street, near the home of Mr. Gedge.Mr. raphy, Science, Literature and Art.

. A it is necessary. to inquire "which 0. N. Larsen has the contractfor The Departments of the University Second Floor
building the house and Mr. W. A. of the church are:
one
o Slauter has the plumbing and this 1.. The Preparatory Department with

According to the Kansas City combination architects, contractorsand its object lessons"at HOME.

x ,Journal,'there are some people in that plumbers assures another splen- 2. The Department of Associated -

- : state,tUrning their.farms into "skunk- did ,structure for Orlando, and Mr. Worship and Istruction at L Mustard THE H. H. P. STRAIGHT i
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'g erics," because of the large ,profits Tiedtke and family means another CHURCH. ,

*. :s'Lf from -the' furs. good family for this city, and Orlandoever 3. The Department of Associated In THE CUR6F9BISI For Sale at all Cigar Stores
o' extends the glad hand to such. struction and worship .at SUN-

f As our statesmen march up the hill DAY-SCHOOL. '. Manicure Pedicure, Shampoo Orlando's Newest Cigar Made in Orlando.

:, 'to the state capital next month' it is VALUABLE PROPERTY CHANGES 4. The Deparment of Education in Face and Scalp Massage. Havana and ,Florida Wrappers .

to be: hoped that they will leave all HANDSThe SCHOOL COLLEGE and UNI- Parlor over DIckson & Ives store
corner Orange and Central Try One and Be Convinced
VERSITY. *
,hYy 'ielfishness behind them and turn and \
face the .great populace of Florida C. R. Carter house on Orange 5. The Department of Observationand A.Tenues. HERMAN H.

+rt a with determination' in their faces. avenue, just' south of the Hart Meat Experimentation in EVERY Wanted-By refined gentlemanfrom .PINDERM'f'g'r
'
,'**> DAY LIFE in Business and So-
--0- Market was sold a few days to -
ago the north, recently located in 212 Sou th Orange
'f A stranger in Sanford few days Mrs. Clara Webster of New York, ciety, in Political and National Af Orlando. Would like job,as caretakerand

3 since,',after hearing much, .talk about"Hamey State., The. price is a private affair.. fairs. overseer of,properties for parties
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6. The Department of WORLD WIDE
County" enquired, where but was a good substantial figure. who are absent during summer. Ad
.ic 'Harney county was. "0," said his in- The purchaser is a sister to our EXTENSION; in Education, Re- dress, ."Reliable," care of Sentinel ADVERTISEIF
; ,fomant, "Harney county exists,in the I esteemed winter resident Mr. C. A. form, Missions, Church Erection, office. YOU o EYERITHM,

imagination of Bates.. ,Go to Bates." Hovey, who has contributed so muchto the helping of the Freedman and Want a Cook '

oW. the upbuilding of Orlando. ',This the Indian, the relief of sufferingin S Want a Partner -IN-
WEATHER PROPHET.The .
..3 .J,-,Bryan is a gardener at Miami, fact coupled with the announcement all forms, the suppression of demoralizing THE Want a Situation

tr., where'he grows, tomatoes; an horti- that a private hotel of modern appointments agencies, the spread of official weather.prophet is get Want a Servant Girl FEEDFOR

eoltorist in,Washington'city, where he assures the citizens of Orlando literature and the encouragementof : cautions and we don't blame him. Want to Sell a Piano '
ting ,
c flows plums, and a farmer in Nebraska that this prominent location, every movement that makes for Want to Sella Carriage '
other he predicted, "Rain or ,
The
day
where he. cultivates everything will soon come into its own, as it is 1 I I human betterment." II Want to Sen Town Property -
7. The of Enlistmentand .sunshine. Want to Sell ,Your Groceries .
from pumpkins to politics. one of the ,choice building sites'of the Department
: no.chances. Still he it
He taking ,
o city., Alliance under which Baptismis : was Want to Sell Your Hardware '

y' If all the hot air and vacuum pumps recognized or administered and might have included among the possibilities Want customers for Anything llYf STOCK
: tornadoes, typhoons,' earthquakes
avowal of Desire and Resolve Advertise Daily ,in This '
. that go up to Tallahassee next month AT THE FAVORITE TODAY. an open I hail Paper
volcanic eruptions high
Christ union Advertising Is the Wa'to Success '
/ are immediately in, motion so that to profess by
floods and blood ,heat '
* they may exhaust their energies andy "For the Couse," Keystone-a two- with the visible,Church is made." winds, S Advertising Brings, Customers '
LAUBACH
Then he would, be, strictly in a position -
; ; get'out of the'real statesmen who are reel drama, showing, the capture, of "I told ioan observation Advertising Keeps,Customers* '
to'say, you
e
: there for business some.real good_may the spy and the sentence. Death 'relieves Mr. Daniel Troutman, died Sunday I Advertising Insures Success '
which he is infrequently in '
.:it ;:f>e hoped for.. the execution. at'11:30 a, m. on Hughey- street and I I rosition to truthfully employ.. a Advertising Shows Energy 'The, Grain' Man. -

s' F !' .4" 0 "Topsy Turvey's'.Love Affair," Re- the remains were shipped to his [ = AdreitiseingShowiPiaci ',(tec*. Street,' Pleae ig
5J 'Y Uncle Joe Cannon picked ,up his liance. A laughable comedy. former home at Blanstown, Iowa. The : Advertising Is Bix"' .... -
(
',' grip sack, and limped out of the Nay Our afternoon shows are well' body was accompanied by hisx son, A nail in your inner:tube may cause Advertise of Bust "

," '. tionall capital :vowing that he was going patronized. Come out and 'swell' the I 1R.', W. Troutman and 'a sister, ,w :you:a lot of, trouble_and'ex nseIf:; ,,Advertise'Long' 'S-

to return to private life and might crowd. was a winter visitor to Orlando. you will use'Vu1eo-F1 beriaeyouiIl: : ,Advertise_Wellt.., READY NOW

;t (conclude to'invest in real estate' in Open 2 to 5 and 6:45 to 10 p. m. Hammond .&, Gore were the und I have 'no: trouble with. pusetures'"of '.: -ADVERTISE es rf8troag, vigorous tomato plants at

(Mississippi' 'and Arkansas.;: Come Price 5 cents to all, takers any ,kind. See it, deotedat ' :M'oMe'q .. $ perifeeisaad. The Bear's Head

teeth ';Uncle Joe, and, grow up withY r the ,flyer girth,' corner Orange. ;asd IN'TZEi.MNT.IN: .L ;e FU.ThI Castle,. FI&: m

Y ).*' country.;: Subscribe for,The Seatiael: Advertise in the Sentinel .r. \ Central- _'0. aveeaeL. .., '\i' :" :;>. 4:t ; ,k ; \. AMMmI i. '".


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I color of blossom you want in our A
attention
your to our line of
new spring fabrics, ,and if you
Hosiery. We think we have, '
will come and pick out,one you
everything in town "skinned" ,
can have it made and look prettyin I

it on Easter SUnday.You when in comes to hosiery, and '

/ J don't "gamble"'when you we want you to be the judge.

'' Q v' 0 00 0 buy here. You are sure of getting Silk, Lisle or Cotton, in all colors ;;

good value, good quality, and all grades.

good fit, and'good fabrics, and
\ j.r don't have Don't forget to get your ,
K S you to pay anyone n
,. "Easter Hat" this week
and
you don't have to pay anyone

w- I )/ J) WE. :HAVE THE BLOSSOMS:'' else's bills as we sell as low as don't forget that you can get it t

and make the price as low as for less money here than any-

I& COME,!.' ' ",-:' '..:,''.,,: possible.Let where else in town. We are just 3
us show you our Shoes,
' dying to show you, and convince
TAKE YOUR PICK Shirts, Scarfs, Suit Cases, Sus- .
you that we are telling you the
\' penders, Socks, Stockings and

such. You can be pleased here, truth. Come in and see for

, llO'1i/ ,; II ,t and not go broke either. yourself.
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Mr. Benjamin H. Hall, of BamV ORLANDO A CITY OF HOMES t 3I
i iimmimiiniiiiMiimmmiiMiit
ton Springs, N. Y., returned home '
I
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WADE yesterday.Mr. Senator Carver of Indiana, who has;
THE TUNER- -, been spending the winter at St .

ORLANDO FLA. i and Mrs.. John 'H. Myers, of ]Petersburg, writes to his home paper,
i
j Charlotte, N. C.,are'among the guests.'This pretty little city of 3,000 pop-
at the San Juan. '" t ilation is entertaining 14,000 guestsf Yowell's
-' which Ohio, Indiana and.Michigan
Phone .514 for your Gasoline and cads."
oil ..Prompt'delive. y. 'I Mr. H. N. Kemp, of Atlanta, Ga.,I
Herein lies the difference between
is in Orlando a guest of the San}
I t {;t. Petersburg and Orlando. The I
Hon.,L;C. Massey left yesterdayafternoon Juan I former with, a regular population of :
fVa. brief trip to Tampa. t,000 entertaining 14,000 guests. Orlando EASTER OFFERINGS
,- Mr. J. H. Crown, Southern,Division ; though looked upon by manyas
of the Atlantic CoastLine
X Hon. J:H. Hooker, of Bartow, spent Superintendant { a tourist city is in reality a home
; 'last: night,in Orlando enroute, to F.'Railroad, spent yesterday' in OrjUndo. c city and fully 6,000 souls make the 111111111111111111.1111111111111111 11111111111111' 151111111111111111111
;,
,Apopka on business. r city Beautiful" their home. Day by .
THE NEW SPRING
I I GOWNS AND HATS DEMAND OTHER ACCESSORIES
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4 ,' Mrs. R. P. .Cobb, who has made' a Mr.. and 'Mrs. J. H. Russell, after j from the north who are looking for OF WHICH NONE IS MORE IMPORTANT THAN z'
brief visit to her r son vat Sewanee,: spending several weeks in Orlando, j an inviting place to make a home inthe
Tenn..,.isexpected home today. : have taken their departure' for, Chil- \ south, come to see the advantagesof
coothee; Mo. ,) Orlando as a home city. WOMENS EASTER GLOVES ?=
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f : : ,
J. R. Yearby ,returned to Orlandoyesterday'He I
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;Mr.!.N. Wilkes, of,AshvUle;N. C., J]FLORIDA ,NEEDS MORE FACTORIES I
has been here for few
; a, I
days.looking.after business. matters. after"spending several days in Orlando EVERY SPRING AND' SUMMER GLOVE NEED SUPPLIED HERE.
t :Tribune. has I returned to' the Tar Heel'tate. I
f Tampa- ( So large has been the fruit and : ,LADIES 16 BUTTON PURE SILK GLOVES, BEST MADE, BLACK AND ;
$
3 .
,
vegetable in Florida the
.C.,:DI Lanndon, one of the leadingcitizens crops during : WHITE, $1.25, $1.50 .
:t : Mr., R. G.: Barnes, traveling pas1 1 past six months that crate and hamper I
of Orlando is few
!, days'here on-business., ,spending:He is a a guestat enger; agent''of ,the,Atlantic CoastLine I factories have 'been swamped, with : ,'." LADIES 16 BUTTON SUEDE GLOVES, BLACK & WHITE $2.50 to $3.50 L
Railway, with, headquarters in orders Though the state has numerous I .
Hillsboro.
the Tampa' ibimeMiss Jacksonville.ia, ,spendingtgday ,: large factories making crates, ';
: h' t : Jn ,
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The
Olaada hampers and strawberry cups, yet the Newest Laces
Florence.Catlin, of.the Cathedral demand has'been so great that much .
'School faculty, leaves this after produce and fruit has been lost because
Mr. Thomas S. Murray, of Wave-1 '
: noon to spend'the Easter holidays land, Ind.., who' has spent the past '' packing supplies were not equalto ARE HERE IN PROFUSION INCLUDING FILET, MECHLIN, VENISE,

with Miss Jane Green, at Tampa. several weeks in this section, started the demand. It is evident that CLUNEY, VALENCINES, TORCHONS, FLOUNCINGS, ALLOVERS,
yesterday for his h,jme in the North: (either more factories or increased capacity -
daughter' will be necessary by another NETS, BANDINGS, INSERTIONS, EDGINGS BEADING AT EX-

Mr. Caleb :Wallace and wife, of winter, as the acreage is rapidly increasing CEPTIONALLY LOW PRICES FOR THIS SALE
r 'Va." left on the"morning train for Bangor, Maine, who have been spending and the factory and farmer .. .
\. home after two months pleasure in the winter at Manatee, and St. must keep together.

'Orlando sunshine. Petersburg, stopped off yesterady in1 ::4; Ladies' Easter Hats ;
.
Orlando and says ,that next winter NOTICE P

Mr. and 'Mrs. ,C.' E. Saunders, who they will spend in Orlando.
have been spending>some time at the '- The Rosalind Club of Orlando'has WE WILL CLOSE OUT OUR LINE OF PANAMA HATS AT THE EXTREMELY -
Tampa Bay'hotel, :returned to their Money to loan on improved property.S. invited Miss May Stone and Miss Rue '
k home in Orlando, yesterday.-Tampa Y. Way. who represent the W. C. T. U. Settlement LOW PRICE OF $8.79

,Tribune School work among the mountaineers .
---- Mr. W, D. Givens, of Birmingham, of Kentucky, to 'give .a talk LATEST CREATIONS IN LADIES EASTER GOWNS ,AND WAISTSARE
t Mr. and Mrs. August Wilkin and Ala., representing the Jefferson I upon, their work, at the Club House,

t. _daughter', Miss Dora, after-t most delightful Powder, Company, spent'yesterday in on Thursday afternoon this week, TO BE FOUND IN OUR UP-TO-DATE READY-TO-WEAR DE. <.,
i season'spent at their winter Orlando. Mr. Givens sells dynamite at three o'clock. PARTMENT ON THE SECOND FLOOR
...
home'.in Gotha,, left yesterday fort and says Orlando is a mighty tine I I The usual Club reception will be
'Chicago. town, but it'is 'the only place in his 'omitted and,the afternoon of Thursday NEW GOODS ARRIVING DAILY ,

territory where'there, ,is no opening in Holy week devoted,to a studyof I
The Sentinel iia.in receipt of a letter for this class of goods. I the conditions which prevail among iMimiiMMiiiiiiiMiiiiiMMiiiiMmmmiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiitiiThe .
from Mr. Thomas, Bennett, o f our less fortunate brethren of the

'Caryville, Mass.. sending a subscription A,clever, electrical,device by means mountains.The .
: to the weekly Sentinel, -sayi large brass urn filled with arti! members of the Civic League,
U that friends in Orlando write'him. ngficial flowers in the front room of the the Sorosis, the Twentieth Century Big White StoreON
17 ;the Sentinel gives the news and tha\' Baylarian store, attracts.much at-I Club, the U. D. C., and the D A. R. }

he wants to keep posted on this I I tention. Up through the center of Societies are especially invited to be
country as he hopes to be in Orlando o each flower comes, a, small red elec present.By .
I next W lter. Mr. Bennett will find L trial bulb no bigger than a bud and 1 order of the Rosalind Club., ORANGE AVENUE. '
the ''people of Orlando ,to his liking, the pressing of the buuton illuminates: JESSIE M. THAYER, .
and the Sentinel.will gladly welcom this great urn of flowers until it looks I President. ti"s.

him to the:"City Beautiful like a mass of flower"glow.HilllMimilMIMMIMIIIIilMMMiHIIIMHMMIj. iiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiimiiiiiimimiiiiiMiiiMiMMiiiiiiiiiMiiiiiii iin,
J Mr. H. Regner, of Gotha was among 1

the prominent! horticulturists of the For Exchange or Sale -=
> western section of the in the
county For acreage or other property in
city yesterday. He reports the grovesin Orange or Lake Counties for ,four IT
that part of the county as looking dwellings in Pittsburgh, Pa. Houses .j
binging good rent All modern build
H NO.R4.SOItWhy unusually fine and indications pointto ings. Can be handled separate if de-
a large yield. He I is one of the sired. Easter Specials 4
best men of the west section of the Address F. JOSEPH RAEHN1mo.l11'1
I Orlando blla
best county in the best state in the ,
t'Union. AT

,yot 'aheiM C atiue to wear those I Many Remedies have been offered
Rev. Francis X. Sherer for tire troubles, but none of them. I
heavy clothes ctariBg this hot weather when rector of I McCULLOCH'S
we can fix you.19 with ,ORe ,of our lightweight Our ,Lady Help' Christians, Chupto- equal Vulco-Fiberine for, effectivenessand
. Serges, Wool Crashes or Mohair two waga, N. Y., is in Orlando, the guest"of cheapness. See it demonstrated
piece Seta Father M. Fox, for a few days. at the Hyer Stable,, corner Orange DEPARTMENT STOREOPPOSITE

These are the'Real Thug IB Summer doth- ]About three weeks, ago the reverend and Central avenues. 3t
gentleman arrived in Orlando, but
lag aid we are offering exceptionally Good POST
;i was very soon thereafter apprised of Mr. J.. C.Holliday, .of St.. Paul, OFFICE
Yahes at $15,0016.50; .
sad $18.00.Bette ;the death of .a nephew: in Buffalo in Minn,.is in the city for.. slew days.
QaaHty if you care to pay meI .e.S Ian, automobile accident and, he immediately He has'been.spesdag the .winter'at Laces, Embroideries,.. Shirt Waists,

:I ,left for that city: Desiring points south .of"here:but, thinks he '
I ::1 to see more of:Orlando.and to assist prefers ,'the: -,,interior: % and: ,looks- with' Kimonos, Ribbons, Hosiery, Underwear -

S SCRIIG&S& :this. friend,-Father Fox, he has returned favor.apon',Orlando."WWyou '
& DICKSON t Shirts Collars
wt Ties
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:t to this, city and will, .remaina tr -- etc., at
'few weeks. ,get.fete a.tight,'ptoee
THE ,MEN'S OUTFITTERS : : _ ,,1.,[ ;: !w"1. . B-. : :Lowest: possible. prices, all the time
f .1. He game of baseball'scheduledyesterday .... m *.Menuttet':yea ctaaot,told'OB ,
THE HOME.OF, HART,-SCHAFFNER- A-MARX :. between :Rollins f:tad. : ., ;: ., never 1iYe .:
CLOTHINGttMtlttMMMIillMMillillililllllllilllllHilliil, .I 1 son was'postponed on-".eowaE "'J" |JK fet :fc;jut:_fee?fiftM: tttfae : '.CALLand BE CONVINCED ..,

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t CENTRAL" .. .-AND- ,..NORTH- ;AMffiICA....., :BUSINESS !BOO8TER8CLASSIFIED WANTEDCoa1y'man.or' woman'lnl'( inuwiiiiiiiiiiiiiiM VM -
private family. Apply Sentinel of . ..
n. Badness Boosters;(ekeeified adrertiseaents .1'1 I- '
t Ordinarily *e are .accustomed to'fcHevrttlut fice-City., si .
: ) ,received<:after ,10 o'clock ,
the":indastrial,,activities midnight, will be run in the "Too Lateto i ','" ,.
Classify" column. NOTICE Experienced managers, : :" < : '
,.f the people of ,the Central American ;
Boosters of five lines, or'less=approximately (man and wife) want the manage-
: :countries :are' divided between SO .words-one' time, 25 ment of European hotel, on'salary;
r manufacturing "revolutions" .and sewing .cents; three times' 60 cents; one week or would rent good, place. Address,
'at; least twenty-six boon oft (six daily and tone weekly. editions) Hotel,P.O. Box 672, Orlando, Fla. 3t Buick Users
$LOO one ,month, $3.00.' 110,000
oat This: ;
of
,rest: every. twenty-four. MAN:AND WIFE, German,want po ;
s Me results. very probably; however, TO LET-Four room house in Concord sition. Man capable to drive automobile I
r :from a lack of, anything like 'complete Park. Rent low. Apply to J. L .and very handy with tools!;
information., When the'.average Frost, West Amelia Ave. - 4t around the house. Wife first class I
cook, experience, best of .references..).
: ; size of a. revolutionary army is FOR 'SALE Corner property, dose Couple, ,Care Sentinel I 3t. Every One a BUICK ROOSTER
f
seven' generals and eleven privates in. East of railroad. House of!
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and, ,gaudy. ,uniforms and flowing eight rooms and bath; modern 'conveniences FOR SALE-New seven-room house
words,are of much more consequence -Twelve fruit trees on 1 with all modern conveniences. E
the lot A bargain at $4,000.00. : H. Gore, 409 Anderson St. ,
>
than modem guns and flying bullets .Address, "Owner," P. 0. Box, No. 711
.and when ,Nature does more in a 225, City. 6t WANTED COOK Man or woman,
a private family. Apply to Sentinel
night than, a' nation accomplishes in LOST-A package containing hair, office, City. 3t t I .

:a year or, so, revolutions : and laziness between Livingston and West St + e
'do not.inf1. *ct much injury upon rewarded leaving WANTED-To buy second hand fur- -
Finder suitably by -
niture. 209 W. Pine St It .
} a country. same at this office; 3t DODBUICK"24'
i: . But: be all this as it may, the Gentral FOR RENT-Rooms for light hbuse-I

., American: countries, are des- FOR, SALE-Small seedling orange keeping close in, 209 W. Pine St lt.1
tined to become great markets for trees in any quantity at five 'cents r
manufactures and'se each. G. T. HULL FOR SALE-New fifteen room private -
nes
American
hotel in town of Taft Only
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t- ,of; the profitable, employment! ofF Pine Castle road. hotel in town and doing nice business.
s American energy 'and capital. They FOR, SALE-New fifteen room priv- Central location on two fine lots. Price
hotel in town of Taft $2,200. Address Nelson House,
are enormously rich in resources, the ate Only alt
hotel in town and doing nice business. Fla.
unknown.Thh .
extent of which as yet .
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Central location on two fine lots.
because, of. its'near- Price 2200. Address, Nelson House, WANTED-To rent for one
fleas 'to the Central American couu''ill Taft Fla. Mar.'14 2w more, eight room house Fla.1 '.
located. M. C. Broome, Orlando, There is a certain prestige that owning your own
enjoy large share of
tries
a
) Box 573. Iw 15-22
FOR SALE-Good Horse Carriageand l'
their business. Enterprising manu Harness.: For work on driv- motor car gives you in your community.

facturers of the southeast are reach- ing. Apply to Wm. Halloway, Winter ROUEN DUCK EGGS for sale. Apply .

ing'out inthat direction. A few days Park Fla. 12t Box 705, City. III IIIFOR' There is a certain satisfaction in ,knowing you '

w t of the most successful and :: ,
ago one SALE-House and lot south
,
BUY a lot in Thornton Park, a nice that win take
substantial well as enterprising, side of Lake Eola own a car you anywhere and bring
as I suburb in,east part of the city. Carl corner Washington -
:manufacturing companies of the I Jensen. and East street five blocks east 1 II
back. It is this
you quality of dependability which
I. of court house. Two stories semi-
4 southeast was awarded a contract FOR SALE-40 acres of fine land in log house, living room, dining room,IIII ,
to' erect a steel 'tower and tank at Volusia County, near station and pantry and kitchen first floor, four has put 110,000 Buicks ,on the road, and it is this

Caia, Honduras, for,'a:'southern .firm fine lake; $500. 'Terms. J. B. McKay, large airy bed rooms and bathon -:
which owns a, large banana plantation city. second floor. One of the handsomest same quality, of dependability which has: made

at, Cial' This. contract I which' FOUND people That and the is read.Sentinel reachesthe I. Orlando.houses in. the best location 1623.in I I;; every one of those 110,000 Buick users* a Buick

li a large,one of,the kind, Very prob-: I
r Wy will be followed by many more of FOR. SALE-6% acres with five-room WANTED-Four experienced orange I, booster.
pickers and one teamster. Inquire I:
a similar nature house on railroad only few hundred
at 103 E. Robinson
feet from stopping place. Plenty of morning before 8:30.A. avenue. Monday I The Buick overhead valve motor has more power
shade and small shrubbery. Ten to
SOUTHERN HOSPITALITY A. GOULD.
twelve bearing orange trees pears per cubic inch of piston displacement than any '
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.
I and other small fruits.iOOQ hunt- "
ing and fishing,'and especially suitedto other type of motor ever b llt. It costs us more .
distinguished those who come to Florida for the
winter and like the country life,with to make it but costs less
to it.
L l and tie is longer typical you run
shoe-string , no
easy access to town. J. P. Perkins, .
Hand
Oscar
J ;of,the South. We haTe.him with Orlando, Fla., General Delivery i ;
t 1 = he but he is no .
M- long may wave ,
._ .longer representative of, the South. OAK HILL is the beautiful subdivision -! &SonSuccessors r ROADSTERS. AND TOURING CARS, $950 TO.$1650, F. 0. B.
to the Northeast of the city andI
i The hospitality for which the South still have some choice lots there. to EL Hand ORLANDO. Catalogue on Request.
haslong, been! famous and, which, Carl Jensen. I

P .among other' things, is a legacy bequeathed -
;
y y us (by the .old South, however FOR SALE-A,nice house and corner FULL LINE. OF COMPLETE
lot, centrally located. Fruit trees HOUSE FUR
,
continues to be one of the cher-
and flowers. Address H.,,care Sentinel !- NISHINGS
; iihed. characteristics of this section. It

w ri, .This hospitality is manifested in COME IN AND SEE US Ii Cook Automobile Co.

F many ways. It.is.called to mind by WANTED-By experienced man. Position -
5 features of the plans for a jail to as floral and landscape gardener - I 1
the taking care of gentleman's Orlando FloridaiuutUtt1It1UfltHHHHhIflhttIflUHHHh1HHHHU1nUuHnw
built The architecture !
be in .Alabama. I ,
places during summer, or permanent, SIGN PAINTING
Y. = of this jail is to be of the not for a home, would live on place
Italian renaissance, it is, stated.'- It if 80' desired, or a* janitor of,pub lie Jack Preston will paint your
buildings. Strictly temperate. Ad. sign on short notice. Good work.
wfll have "a front facade of white
:
dress,Philip Bunn.Orlando, Fla. 7t No. 10 Washington, street. 14-6t :
Barbie ornamented, with terra cotta
and'the balance of the exterior finish -- -

will be of rough east stucco. There t MinMtlMMIIilMMIIIiliilllHilMtMMMMIIMMtMfttl_

. 4 ,irill .be tilt roof with copper gutters. LIGHT THE:
." .. '

x The plans :for the .interior of the '
r building, which will have three stories PATH TO PROSPERITY

i are -no less interesting and inviting. -

_ Two large, sanitary, hospitals -
.?-?- ,fell be provided. Every part .of Merchants who use Electric Signs never lose

'A3& r *JM building will be absolutely''fireproof I their way by choosing the wrong road to suc.
and will have hot and cold
; You
: cess. simply cannot fail to attract new
niter+ .and steam heat The entire inside
q will be finished with enamel, and customers il you use an Electric Sign. It acts

there will be enamel shower baths I like an irresistible magnet, drawing all the
.ad bath tubs. The ventilation and
.
1 'trade within its reach: That is the reason
light'will'be 60 per cent and the j
cells will have concrete stationary furnishings. they command the attention of buyers. .

."

/. .It would seem., that a job constructed For Every .Store Owner,
,and.fitted out in accordance with
these plant and specifications will be

j .as nearly ,satisfactory a jail as one No matter how small his business, the Electric =:

d can;wish. It probable that the officials Sign is the cheapest and most effective

*" who are arranging for the erec-
.
,,:'.,'. advertising. .
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.tten'l.of; it are ,not unmindful of the '
#F t fact that in the great number of people '- -, ..:..".. .. .. Phone for our Sign Designer to call and submit

who come.to this section from other : a sketch.

parts. of the country, there possibly : Easter I, No Trouble to Us-,No Expense to You. '
". may now and then be a visitor At .
ti
whom' it'will be necessary to invite to

jail, With this in mind it. is not
strange that the officials do not lose EVERY WOMAN PUTS FORTH SPECIAL EFFORTS TO
? IT. IS. THE TIME WHEN I U WATR[
BEST.
sight,among of,the hospitality us, even though due those they whoDeese and APPEAR MEDIOCRITY AT HER IN DRESSIS NOT TO.BE ,CONSIDEREDFOR J & Llbnl T ID.

we who are always ready here are A MOMENT. HER COSTUME' ;.HAT, GLOVES AND

{ soon to regard the newcomers as f elIowdtixeB8 SHOES MUST BE ABSOLUTELY BEYOND REPROACH.IF 0 COOK WITH GAS

',and,,friends. SHE WEARS PATRICIAN SHOSE THEY ADD TENFOLD A

TO THE EFFECT OF A STYLISH COSTUME. , oeeeASeseAASbdSd/sAdAO ...
<. iU ,may be added that the jail re .

; ferred to will be typical of construction .

,4 J1O w'-generally substantial; and,this ornate.section just We Announce the Arrival of the Season's Most

.M
Famous Styles'

? ? :President Wilson has appointed . Model
Senators Fletcher of Florida, Gore of Grocery

Oklahoma and Representative i Moss
Faster Favorltes
\ of Indiana, Col Harvey Jordan .of R

.. j\.t'a Jf_II :_
,Min-- 18 West Church Street _
,Kenyon COLONIALS, WHITE PUMPS TAN PUMPS,, DULL, ,

f Massachusetts and Claereace'J. Owen '>.,. ,:; PUMPS,' WHITE OXFORDS;'ANKLE:TIES,:NEW BUCK -

-f' of Maryland,' members, of,_the .commission l. ).. OXFORDS, PAT PUMPS, SATIN PUMPS,TAN OXFORDS, FANCY AND STAPLED GROCERIES. NEW AND

,i* authorized in the J laet agfi '. GRAY PUMPS, BLACK COLONIALS WHITE" TOPS,, ::: . ,FRESH, ?
?' cultural'appropriation,bill to;oo-oper : ,GIBSON*AND CHRISTY ,TIES . ,," . ''-'. I' r .
.., 1' Perseaai.
=:?.L ate with the, American :tom Ission x.. .', f : : ,::, >" We Give On Atterttai to Oar Customers and
THE SHOE WITH A MILLION FRIENDS :
; . f
; assembled under auspices of the Guarantee, Satisfaction and Pro pt Dellvel'1'Give

>. .t t Southern' Commercial Congress, ;to investigate $3.00, ..3.50.! .,.=..4.09"IIt' . YT Us a"TrIliglt1r

and study in. European '

tt 'V&fons countries and co-operative similar organizations rural credit devoted : THE ''S :Bros. 'Pro rietorsissuInUHUJfflhJUUftfflUlTsIOuiiiiiiiiijOi

.i .aad the to,betterment the promotion of rural'of,agriculture condition HAMMOND.BUNtECUMPANYt! : ,...........-.- ""- ,,- ,'i' J1" _' ,

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betterment : -
'end the b of rural conditions i- 1 'I' : :4 \
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< The sa.Jl entaJ o'IHLTt been.designated -

', .as dckgitoi. :to, .the general. as- tllllllilMlllllllillllllllllHllilllllllHHHIMIIIIlii, 1i.J-. -: ''',.. c ""ftt ",!I"b"f', :.
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of" tie latwmational' Institate '. ., .
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l of_Agriculture;in:ROTW next August $1

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.' ',e" >' ."'the." \natural "sd 'only'to' .. !Jf"' .", ' 1 TIMZ.ISALMOSTHERE.AND : JEWELRY
: f w' wealThis': is ;

tree-,:,:that it:1e:; b4i pofeie.that, an : . . .' . <. .. i" i- .," ,
free eple' should I wmntthe '
'p IF:-YOU NEED ANYTHING IN ,
.;neeesarie and comforts;'of
r- "
_' wjuk the,idle enjoy,them to ex- THE?LINE OF UP TO DATE DRY GOODS, CLOTHING,

wader &7..formofgbyerDffieBtiney HATS AND SHOES, ,ALSO.LADIES READY TO WEAR' '
is only useful:in':so far as:it You will find that we the best
carry
DRESSES ALL DESCRIPTIONS COME TO R, SALO (
t$ industry, happiness and ::: .
w
fort to-the human famD,. MON. SATISFACTION GUARANTEED' OR MONEY ; and
|It is,possible' for-"cunning a ; design-' ': most popular lines : -
REFUNDED.,
:iiaen'to'lay such"plausible schemes ; I .
may draw,those;who are less skill- I It
is to interest to visit .
into your our
and wholly_unsuspecting per- ,
fil: and,public;.rain.; '''But' surely, B. Salomon. Orlando
"re'll no'man/of'sense'and.honesty : store where we are, always glad to show '
that. ,must see. and know. whetherfully' '. *
",. understands, the scheme or MMMHIMIMHIIIHIMM IIMMMMMMilMIMMMMMIIHMIillMif IG
; what have for needs. "
we
'the evident folly and certain ruin you your

'allowing. few.men by the tickof '

c. strange. telegraphic markings,instruments change and, .the.a I. G r T

"v' .status of.individuals na- ORLANDO I MNK i RUST 'COMrANr BRING YOUR WATCH TO US TO REGULATE
'with the ruthless' 'ease of the

rag.of the gaming,table. Except EVERYTHING GUARANTEED
'theold. fashioned method of honest .
'
and frugality, the getting eaIII aid Swp s art IwHvMd Prefix SI2.,....... .
weatlth.. dangerous, and sooner or t
A..i will compass the downfall of Tetal Resewces ever Three-.iariers ef a Mffliei.j .,
'
.h
Allen
participants.methods -r & Co. i
; 'that are.employ- Report'of the Condition of Orlando
in,a;;.country for_.acquiring wealth J I Bank and Trust Co. Condensed !
at' merit, the least 'L -
industry or< .
From Report to Comptroller '
'industry and 'merit,wfll.there be in'nation. 1 1' JEWELERS
"': This is,just as certain'as j I % sI Feb. 4,1913RESOURCES
:Train.that always attends this state i; Orlando
Florida
..affairs. Besides when money is* Loans and Discounts .....$393,16L05 ,
t d from: hand to hand,in such a I Orerdarfts, .............. 19163 I
", .fortuitous'manner, that some Stocks and Bonds ....... 26,01&33
.-z shall, from.nothing. ,in an instant Real Estate, Furniture and I
."'" great wealth' with out the' Fixtures ... .......... 25,853.44
rIe[; getting any return therefor, Cash on hand and in Banks 215,08183 4

"a others'plentiful are fortune as ,quickly and left stripped a finan- $660,311.18. r

.and physical,wreck by.their own- j LIABILITIES r THE9NE I CASH A STORE
'
_,Y'oeL. and credulity, what can be'for I Capital Stock ...........$100,000.00 ; .:
on the one hand,but aban- Surplus and Un vided'I i -
'.. lent to luxury and wantonness, Profits ... ........... 22,83133
ion;the 'other'such extreme ,des.that Deposits ..". ............ 637.418J5 Cor.South and Hughey Sts.
in'most.eases. it.ends in suiIn -' ..
$660, lL18 WE BUY FOR CASH AND SELL FOR CASH. WE
short, all projects for growing KEEP OUR EXPENSES DOWN AND CONSEQUENTLY .,
<
sudden and We invite the attention of our customers '
by extraordinary CAN KEEP OUR PRICES DOWN
and friends to our statement
to violently
as operate on
s passions of men, and lead them to riA! above and wish to assure them .that Our Prone No. is
the:slow?moderate.gains that we appreciate their patronage and

Ttfl be'made by an honest industry,' Ii ask for a continuance, of same.Don't V And,.an Order will Have Prompt Attention, and will be
forget that
of necessity prove.disastrous to our deposits are Delivered to Any Part of the City.D. .
:I individuals and the collective body insured.
A cordial invitation is extended to I
if tolerates itFrenried
B. RAYBON, Proprietor ORLANDO, FLA.
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finance has fastened its 1" visitors in our city to call and open
fangs so deeply into the so- CaKei Stiles Govtrnaort- ,State aad Goaty Depository.Wood an account with us 'I

nd political fabric of this country .
-I
L. o..o.li
it every artery seems burdened with ,.,. ", '. ,.! ' 'imiMMMMMMMMMMIIIilllHIIMMHIThe . .
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grant germs that threaten the II

Jife of this nation., . .,
Unless we ;shall be ,able to turn ,et aL ': JA LEY'S
a's minds from following after the R. R.. Sherwood, et al to J. M.. MRS. : :: REAL ESTATE A -FOR_ SALE

pleasBrea of ricfee 'aad shall Sellers. '
in turning their: .ffiteds toig C. A. Hovey, and,wife to'T. T. n.Iiams. fAMOUS WAX WORKS
II ,
nobler aadjiftore
*kj n& .
'governmentrwill beeome as'imat Ii ;P, Garrard,,et aL, to Jacob A. AND THE II trend of Orlando's Growth is
as'did otber once, powerful na-- Mayer"
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tine 'that' dies t egated because James C.' Patterson>> and wife to CHEROKEE ORCHESTRA :: Northeast. Lewter's Addition and ,

y;gave themselves up to luxury and Geo.A. and;Helen Fisher. Sunshine Park are there. Near by F Fis
McMillan and wife to BY THE
PRESENTED
ity to God and pan, rather than James. A.
to'industry, and consideration-- for Jacob Netting. Paradise. Hill. Let me show you.
eir fellows. Royal Fern.Co.,.to Lida Haines. Rollins School Expression,
Hunger Land Co., to ,T.,A. Fare.
: : ;Bobt'.A. Carey and wife to E. K. LYMAN GYMNASIUM'WINTER
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS
Copp. PARE I
F. -A. LewterflMlltiHIItltMllltttlMIHIIHIttllllllllMltMM
Frank'E."Cherman and'fife to. Cora MONDAY MARCH 24TH, 3:30 P. M. fi '
iBokomb.! Charley Murphy and his pet cat GENERAL ADMIS SION 50 CENTS.
.Florence E. Cornell and husband. need not hang about the back door [I .
|to R.'R. Sherwood,"et alWilson of"the White House. There won't beaDY
Jl., Peek and ,wife to R. 'R. crusts or soup bones handed out ,


\:-Sherwood Sherwood-:':,W.'V..L Peek,,.King'et.et.a1..and alLotta ,.and wife husband to'R. R.to Sher-R. R. -Cleveland Wean Plain-rags Dealer.at this office.lucerne PaIruue I Seulluel l Aderlle' r rsI ytns' fip, oo your Job Printmg


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111etargcst f Best and Only ._ 1

: . .r'AN. COMPANY INCLUDESGEORGE

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: Hirst Class Minstrel organization ,
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in America

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+ THE.ONLY."HONEY BOP }

JOHN KING, SAM LEE, VAUGHN COMFORT, CHARLES

COMPANY OF SIXTY PEOPLE- BILLIARD, TOMMY HYDE, JAMES MEEHAN: ,: JIM

DOHERTY, 'JOSEPH GILLESPIE, JACK KENNEDY, i

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

1:11: .AT;THE DUYAL. ',THEATER. ,' MARCH. 15 AND 16



..2 Cars of Special Scenery ..,2t Concert Ban -and Orchestra

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PRICES
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DIRECTION OF EDW.V. CUPERO .
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4 .. 't'r The use',of cosmetics- is said to be j :., _J .; -, :' ''.., ,-.

rel'J'old. So are most of the i .' ,
'"i' ; rI women ,. ,,' ,: .
: Who use them. Charleston: News and ' ''..
FOR ,THE FIRST, TIME ,IN ITS HISTORY
Courier.Mr. .. .
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: HAS
ORANGE COUNTY

Bryan says, "I am a connecting .
link." Mr. Murphy and Mr./McCooey

. A 'MILLION DOLLAR BANK are also links, but they fail to coned .
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i ". -Brooklyn Eagle. l 1 A, '\. .
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: ; ,Most of the failures in politics come ;; :,

j} _.- from demagogues who imagine that
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:,Below we prist.a'Statement of Condition- of2'HF rnerclal.'AppeaL '
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It always depresses us to see adver.tisements .
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of automobile tow ropeL-

A Columbus Ohio, State Journal. Is the best time to open your ,;
;STATEBANK OF ORLANDO

President Wilson cannot, complain t account, arrange for your

that all these job hunters are not for- difficulties
or talk over ; _
your
t.; .At the'Cleee of,Business March, 18th, 1913 ward-looking men.-Washington Post

affairs,with the only "National"
""Suffragettes rush at King's coach

't. in p rade." Who is the Dick Sylvester Bank in this vicinity.
F' RESOURCES LIABILITIES "
# of London
anyhowWashington -
Loans and Discounts $540,836.49 Capital Stock ......$ 50,000.00 Post : You will find us deeply ,inter- ,

Overdarfta .....,.. 250.30 Surplus ........ ... 35,000.00 ested in anything that is '
: Stocks.and Bonds.. 71,05189 Undivided Profits... 4,499.31 Our idea of a physical marvel is a your.

Furniture and FixDEPOSITS :.......1001543.05 human being who does not have any welfare.*

tores ............ 13,363.23 of the symptoms in most of the patent

Real Estate......... 6,585.50 medicine circulars.Youngstown Telgram. Bring your troubles as well as .

Cub hand and .
on:
your deposits to
due from Banks.. 458,951.95$1,091,042.36. '

< ,After all, few persons will worry
> ': .. ', : $1,091,042.36 even if water"flows like champaigne
) , ; : .

at New the York White Tribune."F. House. dinner table.- THE[ PEOPLES[ NATIONAL l BANK

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D. Roosevelt is a friend to the -
",' ,' : ', :' ?, MIt is a pure to serve
.
> .: President". Et tu, Cousin-Columbia! ,
Xfe theMerits of the Above Statement
: we
C. State.
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yep"t
., ROAD CONSTRUCTIONThree .: "
: : J: 'r SOLICIT YOUR BUSINESS '
b n 4 counties in Alabama, two in .

Georgia and'three in Florida are to -T',
vote in a short time upon the issuance

of bonds in sums of $50,00 to
HIIIIMIiMI. .
,.
- nearly $200,000 for the construction i S

'r: A' PLEASANT EVENING AT MRS.KOLLOCK law fairly good, conditions had been of roads. This is by no means un-
:
since counties in the
usual many
brought about
three states have voted bonds in recent
... ., ; . Miss Gordon showed how young months for the but
pun-ose(
Mrs. C. G. Kollock and Mr. and I girls in 'EVERY community, where
the elections soon to be held and the
Mrs. M. D. Hutches, entertained their girls had to work were being made practical certainty that bonds will
friends very delightfully last evening physical wrecks, and in
many cases
be voted in each of the counties em-
: ', ..a, merry company gathering in moral..wrecks by the long hours of the wide and substan
phasize scope
,Mrs.. Bollock's 'pretty new bungalow strenuous labor. She said that ten
t { tial nature of road improvement in the I
on East Concord;avenue to try their cent stores were among the worst SUFFRAGE LEAGUE HOLDS IN-

5 ritfll over .'Tive"Hundred." Eight places for girls to ruin their health southeastThe ESTING SESSION.A .
roads
construction of good
tables. of, .this ,popular'game, .being from the fact that their employmentthere meeting of the Equal Suffrage
both precedes and increases the development -
,; 'arranged.the' meant long hours of steady of section. No League was held Monday afternoon COMPLETESTOCK
a non-pro-
: decorations were particularly I grind requiring them to be constantly the Sorosis Library. Owing to
section builds them and the
gressive the
$ efective and attractive: ; although the upon their feet absence of Mrs.*Patterson the ,
of the progressive sec-
development
very inclement''weather had,prevented She showed how New York had tions which builds them, is increased president, Mrs. Thayer, the first vice- OF

.: '. part of what had been planned passed good factory laws but that and accelerated by them. president presided.

_' 'Y' :'Quantities of bamboo:formed a soft, these laws were being evaded by Good, roads decrease the cost of Much important business was
h 'i
: rich background for, the ferns and sending the work out to the homes market transacted. The committee on constitution -
.J/ flowers used in each',room,, the wide where it done i transportation of crops to and the
: ,.. r was by the piece, in and of supplies to the farm they reported constitution Spring
archways enabling ,the three non which little children that ought to bring rural neighborhoods closer to- which they had prepared, was
y rooma to be'made practically as one. know labor called from their
no were adopted.
mail delivery
gether, aiding like the rural -
Beautiful pink'roses and ferns were I beds at an early hour in the day Legislative and membership, committees -
and the telephone, in making Styles
.. ,
while
:
used in the reception room; in the and the
to toil livelong day; many of the attractive and were appointed committee -
life on the farm more ,
> the dining,room wen'yellow nasturtiums fancy articles of' ladies apparel, she they increase the values of lands and is already at work securing.
; s -and yellowah des on the lights; said were made by these awful tolls members.
r., the 'color scheme ;in the third roOm upon the strength of little children. other property.No which Much interest is manifested and
investment a county
r being red,and green, brilliant poincettas She urged that the label, test be applied -I substan- there is a fine outlook for a large
makes brings larger or more
'. ,. against the, bamboo, and red to the purchase of goods so I tial returns than that made in the membership and active legislativework. ,FASHIONABLEgECONQiG
# lamp-shades combining in rich effect' that people might know that the! building of good roads.-Industrial AND
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; e t goods they purchase have not been Index.,, It was 'voted to request the newspapers -
.!' In the midst of the gayeties, Mrs. the result of over-worked children to publish a list of the names : '

C ,. 'Xoflock spring- a,, surprise upon the and women. One illustration, that ST. PATRICK'S DAY CELEBRATED. of the State officials together with
r ,a>t .g4 est* by.giving'a toast to Mr. and of little Italian children picking the the names of the senators and repre-
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'" ,Mrs. Hutches, this being their wedding kernels out of nuts that are used by Two marked the sentatives.
pretty parties
anniversary, though Done of the our confectioners and food supply saint of Ireland Mrs. -Victor Starbuek was elected Straw
day of the patron
>: l company ,had been. aware of it, houses
set some to thinking; here and both were, most enjoyable. One chairman of the Legislative Committee. -
Delicious refreshments,' consisting children with unwashed hands .
are ,
& Mr.
was given at the Lake View by
.5 'pnjCipaUf.. .ice-cream and cake. in the homes of'dirt and squaler and and Mrs: Sperry in honor of Mr. Hats

,r4 were .seeb enjoyed; the entire'enter. many times disease, handling that James Gibson, of Madison, Wis. This REHEARSALS BEING HELD FOR

k' tin. ei proving most' successful in which your children feed freely upon. took the form of a "shower of greetings COMING' BRILLIANT SPECTACULAR -
: the pleasure afforded to each one
Many articles of wearing apparel are ," bright birthday wishes having SHOW.
present; made in homes where
, disease lurksin been written on cards and pre-
every nook and corner, and thehands sented'to Mr. Gibson, making the an- "Fi-Fi, of' the Toy Shop," which

; c t ) ISS'CORDON. AT THE SOROSIS that make the articles many niversary one long to be remember- depicts the marvelous' sayings and
LIBRARY. times are diseased, and transfer the doings of a shop full of toys and Brown & Lartigue

--- most dangerous germs. And as. a ed.The other gathering was at the dolls, which become animated though

: ? :That it requires something more rule the articles that are most largely home of Mrs. Newkirk, on North! the application of magic smelling

strenuous than-a rain storm to frustrate made in these places are the fancy Magnolia avenue, where a jolly party' salts will furnish a lively and unique

the plans of 'a woman with amessage articles of ladies and children apparel spent the, evening'playing "Five entertainment when presented in the

and a group of women with such as laces, embroideries, Hundred. Lucenre Theatre, April 1, under the I
beaded work, etc. auspices of the Rosalind Club.
: a purpose, was again demonstrated .
-.* Miss Gordon would have the It is not often that so sumptuousa
', yesterday afternoon, when a' large women The undetaking firm of Hammond .
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? '' ',number of ladies, representing the vote. Not that she is in oppositionto &: Gore, went, to Orange City yester- production attempted by ama-

homes of this city assembled in man, for she believes that mans day, where they met Mrs. Eugene teurs. The play requires about 125! I BASE BALL

the rooms of the 'Sorosis Library to the most overworked creature on Hunt with the body of her husbandand participants and a special investment

listen to Miss Jeanne Gordon discuss I earth and that he does the best he which they accompanied to Min- of fantastic costumes and scenic effects -!

the Child Labor question. The subject I can in most cases under the circum- neola, for interment The production is spectacular

: of Miss Gordon, more properly stances. Her idea is that if woman in the extreme, six scenes being necessary STETSON UNIVERSITYvs.

stated,was, "The Consumers' League,"I stances. Her idea is that if women ing and begging for the introduction for its portrayal. I

which,embraces the Child Labor question were in politics, she would not worry I of/their bill, and the men, with great The names of the complete cast

It, is well to understand who I her head much about the tariff, or our zeal and eloquence, were debating on cannot be announced as yet, becausenew .

+ this lady ,is before considering her foreign relations, but that she would a shrimp and oyster law; telling, as groups are being added at each

r, address for that adds much to theM take care of many of the important she said, "how wicked it was to catcha rehearsal, but the list will include ROLLINS COLLEGE *,

force of her arguments. Her work problems that are so vexatious to theme shrimp less than five inches long, or many well known in business and

began with the efforts of herself and ; such as school matters, social to dig from their beds little ,half I social ,circles of the city; and many

other good ladies'to bring about legislation and sanitary questions so important grown oysters," but.could not devoteone of our best voices. The part of Bon

in the State of 'Louisiana,,'for to the home, and happiness ,of the moment to discussing the,digging nie, the Toy-maker's daughter, will Tuesday March 18th

the betterment' of factory conditionsand human race. from their beds at 4 o'clock; in the! be taken by Mrs. Laughlin; Ink-spot, ,

child labor in factories. After Miss Gordon spoke in a most womanly : morning,of the little boys and,girls often i Mrs. Likens; Doll Head,- Mrs: C. Robinson andWednesday

t. several,years;of persistent and heroic fashion and told how she was i or even eight and ,nine years of i ; Talking Doll,Adlee Davis; lap

4 effort, a law was passed regulatingthose converted to suffrage in the Legislature -. age, to prepare these, shrimp and,1 I Doll,. Mary.Robinson; Man-in-the- March 19thWINTER
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tr- questions in that state and Miss of Louisiana, where she was oysters for the market" I Moon Mr. Donald Cheney; Lieut Tin ,

:? .Gordon was, appointed the first' factory deeply impressed'by the commercial The Explanation.And .1 Heart, Mr. W. L'Tilden; Prince.Lol
'
i Inspector of'that state, in which legislation of the members as was' that is why this charming) i ly Pop, Mr. L B. Fort; Captain Barnacle at'

': capacity she served for four years. but natural,'they having for so, many Southern woman is a Suffragette. She li lisays i Mr. David Rogers(; The' Sand . ()

S .and,is still assistant 'inspector. She generations had the question of ways that the women must protect: Man" Mr. C. 'Lawton. : The principalswill PARKwa.TaPr.

..' stated that at first the better element and means ever before them., Miss the women and children ,from the be assisted by' more 'than, one

of the manufacturers' adjusted Gordon was very'humorous, and one: busy and thoughtless commercialism.And .I hundred Othlra1m, -daaces... 'and. chorus' '

:,=y themselves to the new'conditions and of her best ''veins of humor was in i must ,insist in> putting iato of.: work. t t' __ .J{;, .

tried to assist in bringing'about. the telling how she and other ladies sit 1 flee men; who will think along:lines ... : t'The.rbsaseldonLallha : :" ,_ .

reforms inaugurated:.under the new, patiently in 'a session of .the-legisla for the conservation:of human health, ;luat.ia.the: '; lL.it. ltc, GIIM...

4J A = law, While. the men ,of avarice*and tore waiting, for the, men who, had and human. life. Phii eaaaadlhar:_'a;:aaweii I r: '' 'J' t(<
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greed 'sought'to .evade the law* in promised to introduce a.bill limitingthe I il. _i_.';ieMt rNt -- tit !!rp- .. ; '

y' divers.ands'ways, but that by hours for. children to:legally work.Mlea'9oeri .: ,Good Friday being i l.fl'holiday i iM : ..... ..,. .,.r .... ;;.: "I \, .r. ,_"".''tII y(L,_..' _1'.0...4 __ c ,

their. ..iMtatent... Wwwment\ '"of.." the. said the'ladies kept.urg.: Sorods; library'wfll ,be, _.k. "iat: .... ,:JYM
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