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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 20, 1913
Frequency: daily (except monday)
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando
Coordinates: 28.533611 x -81.375833 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1913.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 1, no. 269 (Dec. 20, 1913).
General Note: J.F. Schumann, editor.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 4 (Feb. 14, 1913).
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'V oLUiasn, ORLANDO FLORIDA, THURSDAY, MARCH 20TH, 1913. NUMBER 33. a



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: OTTOMAN TROOPS WIN TWEN- AMERICAN CITIZENS REPORTEDTO GREEK WHO KILLED KING HAD CHAIRMAN OF FINANCE COMMITTEE WOMAN AND TWO CHILDREN: .NOMINATED FOR MAYOR OF

TY-FOUR-HOUR BATTLE BE FLEEING TO THE LIVED ABROAD-ASSAS- SIMMONS AND UNDER- PERISH IN THE FLAMES JACKSONVILLE AT THE I a

.j't Special. to the.:SwtbtLConstantinople COAST OF CALIFORNIALEAVING SINATION PLANNEDBY WOOD REACH CONCLU- WHICH CONSUME PRIMARY. HELD THERE /

.:\ March '19.-A victory EFFECTS SCHINAS, SIONS ON WEIGHTY BUILDING. TUESDAY Y

a is officially.claimed for the Turkish ..4 PROBLEM. Special to the Sentinel Special to The SentinelJacksonville
BEHIND. .....'..**"' Special to The Sentinel
,J. -forces in a twenty-four-hour bsttie . to. Sentinel.Washington Salonika, March .-Aleko Schinas Special to the SentineLWashington Chicago, March 19.The tragic Fla., March 20.Withbut "4

: which lasted until early today Special' The. D. c., March 19.-A murderer of King George I., of Grece, I March 19.-A triple existence of "the house of death" at a slight increase in the vote over-

:; _along the Tchatalja lines defendingthis report to.the,navy department tellingof appears to have lived much abroad. alliance consisting of the President, 2359 Wentworth avenue 'closed early that cast in the first primary, Muni

city.The a new reign' of terror in northwestern He returned to Salonika only whenit House Democratic leaders and Senate today with its destruction by an in- cipal Judge Van C. Swearengen defeated

Ottoman troops took the 'offensive -i, Mexico, caused the despatch was occupied by the Greek army Democratic leaders, formed. for the I cendiary fire in which three lives were W. S. Jordan yesterday for

f opening the attack by an today by the navy department off I after the surrender of the Turkish purpose" of putting the tariff revision lost.Frank the Democratic nomination for May.

'advance of their right' wing, which the armbred cruisers California and garrison. program through both legislative Pustella and his brotherinlaw or. Both candidates increased tl.eir z

proceeded as. far as ,Sivaskeni, Kali. Maryland to the coast along Lower The premeditation of the regicide' branches with all the speed possible! Joseph Caverieli, escaped with votes over the results of the first

_I fakeui and Altaian. California. Alarming 'news' came to appears to be established by the fact was the plan revealed today in a i severe burns by jumping from a second .primary, but the final count showed y

Large forces of Bulgarians were the department from rear admiral that Schinas lurked in hiding and conference between' Chairman of the story window, but Mrs. Pustella Swearengen to have a lead of three

encountered at those three places'and I Southerland, who is aboard the Colorado rushed out only when his royal victim Senate Committee on Finance Sim- and her daughters, aged three and hundred'and fifty over the present incumbent -,

fierce fighting soon spread along the, cruising ,on' the west coast of was within six feet of his hiding mons and the president, and between five years, perished in the flames. '

I 'whole front. The Turkish troops Mexico. place. Then he fired point-blank into Chairman Simmons and fellow members The house gained its name in the W. W. Anderson swamped J. Whit-

drove ,the Bulgarians horn their His despatches indicate that thereis the King's back. The shooting occurred of the Senate Finance Committee neighborhood because of the fatal-! field Walker in the race for the nomination r

trenches and took possession.The great uneasiness among the forces only a few yards from the and Underwood of the House. ities which have occurred within it for Municipal Judge by nine

.Turkish.troops then advanced in the states of Sonora and Sinaloa, police headquarters. The conference as ,far as could be in the last ten years.A hundred and ninety-one votes. Anderson

and stormed the heights in their front.two provinces in rebellion againstthe Lieut Col. Francoudis, the King'saide learned was barren of results, but decade ago Jacob Werner openeda made the most remarkable,

,: from which. they routed the ..Bulgarians Huerta government de camp, immediately' drew his further conference will be 'held.concerning meat market in the place. Withina race of all yesterday. He carried!

Q at the point of'the bayonet American' citizens are reported to revolver. Schinas turned and fired which Underwood said: time his entire family died and every ward but two, the Fifth and| }

Other columns of Turkish troops be leaving everything behind them at. him, but the shot.went wild. "I think when we're through in the Werner committed- suicide. Werner's the Seventh. '

captured several heights held by the and fleeing to the coast or the Gulf of Two Cretan military policemen whowere House, the Senate and the president clerk Fred Kunz, took the market, S. L. Chapman defeated C. D. Mills,

; Bulgarians to 'the south of the' Turkish California, their point of concentra, [ acting as an escort to the King,I.1 will be in accord on the tariff." but shortly afterward his little daughter the present incumbent, for the nom-

r : lines.The tion being Guaymas. Dispatches to I dashed at Schinas and pinioned his., Four members ,of, the Senate Finance was scalded to death under mys- ination from the First ward for council

.1 battle raged until after sunset the department seem to indicate that arms before he could fire again. Committee called on .Under terious circumstances. The next ten- by one hundred and eighty-nine' ,

terminating,' it is ,declared, in a there, is trouble of a grave character, When Francoudis saw that the as-I wood today, to discuss the general ant was a man of the name of Straus, votes. In the Second ward John Du-

f eomplete victory;for the Turks all the way from Acapulco'to Guay sassin had been arrested, he turned. tariff situation. who was murdered in the house. A Bose defeated A. R. Schulling by\\ r.i
The casualties have not ,yet been to that the few weeks after that an unidentified '
mas. King George. Believing It'was learned that Underwood did eighty-five votes and in the Seventh

,% learned, but. the commanders declare monarch ;had escaped unscathed, the not show the Senators a copy of the Italian crawled under the porch of the ward George W. Brock was nominat.

'.that .the losses of both armies were aide was'horrified to find his majesty tentative tariff bill now in his posses place and committed suicide. ed over E. H. Pilton by a majorityof

very heavy.,, ORLANDO BANKS ATTRACT AT. stretched on the roadway. sion, telling the mthat no definite thirty-two votes. E. M. Chapmanwas

: Tw,'Turkishaeroplanes' .: flew' over TENTION Francoudis raised,, the, stricken rul- rates had been fixed and that the BIG FOUR FISHING QUARTETTE.Mr. named committeeman from the

the. \scene, of the' .fighting.throughout' ,-' er's head from the pavement but the whole bill was subject revision and Seventh', ward by thirty-two votes-
''the day, reconnottering; Bulgarian A gentleman.- : from Illinois remarked King was already unconscious and change. H. L. Beeman, Lester Beeman, m

/: positions: and signalling the move- to .a Sentinel.representative yesterday he never spoke again.. I The Ways and Means Committee James Laughlin, third, and D. J. A FRIEND FROM THE '

; r\ mente of the enemy to ,the' Turkish .>morning' after' reading theState Soldiers who bad been summonedby meets again next Tuesday to continue Beidler constituted the Big Four fishing NORTH FAR

?: 'commander. .Bank report,. that.he had watched the shots, lifted the King from the I work framing the bill. It was quartette, who started by private -1* -"

':the r,.growth of-"the Orlando, banks .. ground and carried him to a hospital learned that the object of the con- yacht from a little ,berg up the line I Mr. Calvin Bishop, of Kentville

'\ WOULD \END WAR. .r for the' past' two:years and that it He expired on the way without recovering ference ':was to frame a bill, of such 1 commonly: known- as Sanford,'and set Nova Scotia, who has been.
:yam, advancement consciousness.When the east of north and after coming to
remarkable i compass
; was. ,the mot. .. II. character that could be rushed I Orlando for the past fourteen
'' March 19.The '" '1< years, i'
i Cologne, Germany,, in a.. nkug'jswoness that had ever questioned by 'the police, through I both House and Senate and j I many hours sailingjoyer: cork screw is one' of the 'sUbstantial friends
A'linlpean Po is::are --preparing, 'to i come to his notice. Remade the very' Schinas truculently replied: "You be' signed by the president with all St. Johns (no other cork screw pres- the Sentinel and of.
always
4 ;demand from the 'Ba1bn.allies a have I will ent) under a heavy down of brings sunshine
particular observation that this indicated courts, speak there. i possible speed. The desire for speed pour I to the f
office. He has
been during
; :'seedy termfea a :of:)hostilities 1 in he rain, finally landed in Bay street in {
two things: First, healthy .Pressed to say who was and .according to leaders, is to convince all these reader
r .:{"' --"-., ": ewnfcig *,Wf...' in- business 'conditions in the city, and what his motive, he replied: "Takeme i the country that the Democratic I II the heart of Jacksonville, and, seeing Sentinel and one years who, a keeps his of the

)J pIred' despateh' -from Berlin u :-to- the secondly, a high type financiers. at to the police station so that the I party is in earnest on the, revision nothing but suckers to fish for, they promptly paid and this subscription is

'Cologne Gaffe.. ... the head of our banks, who understood crowd shall not maltreat me. I will tariff. r hied away to the Seminole, where what enables
Ii' a to keep
newspaper
Ii .. speak .there." they rested from their strenuous efforts -
TV. the,management of banking institutions I above water. :
'CORNELL 'sTjJDENT DROWNS. On the station he and after regaling themselves
to the best advantage of the reaching police ABLE
f i I POPE PIUS TO ATTEND Mr. Bishop takes a philosophicalview
community and to the profit of the gave his name and a few particulars sumptuously at this famous house,
I I' MASS OUTSIDE ROOM. of the rains and figures that
..i f'Special to till 8e&thal.Ithaca bank. 'The Sentinel delights in pointing I I about himself. where the, inner man is so well cared the rains

\: N., Y., March 19. Walter ''strangers ,to our banking institutions Special to the Sentinel for, Mr H. L. Beeman and D. J. though it are making delay the oranges beef ,even

1 Scott..Richards> ; junior in 'Cornell as-'an index tothe soundness Rome, March 19.-Pope Pius, for Beidler betook themselves to the may crop a
few
\ NOW LYING IN STATE. ,days and Florida, in fact depends '
};university' whose home is in'CourtLlandt -' of'Orlando. commercially. the first time since his indisposition, union station where they boarded a a
the
,; Ohio was-.drownedthis afternoon today was present at a celebrationof southbound train for "Home, Sweet I upon orange crop for big

:. whenf the Canoe. in which he Special to the Sentinel the mass outside of I his bedroom. Home/ I returns. ;
Lake HAIR: GRAFTERS-ARRESTED IN Salonika,March .-Prince Nicholas Mr. Bishop has lived in Nova Scotia
was.paddling, capsized in Caygua His sisters and niece also .attended James Laughlin and Lester Bee
shore The NEW ORLEANS. son of the murdered king, assisted for seventy-four years and says
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feet from the
; ,:thirty the ceremony. man returned to the boat and set sail
by several superior officers of the that he is surprised to find that f
F .boy tried to swim ashore,.but the cold Special to the Sentinel Among the numerous messages received for Sanford and hope to reach the so
} water'bei1 mbed.him and'he father from the hospital to the palace the climate in his home
He
bottom. Tbe'bodJ"WaS later recovered and Phillip 'Musica, father and son, county.
the .name-day today were many from fore the depot,was moved. They will '
York tonight The body is now lying in declares and has the figures to show
human hair; dealers of New
.,
: the United States telegrams stalk and
including anchor to
a celery purchasea
- indicted there last state, with a mounted guard of honor (,that it does not get as cold in this"I l
City, :who. were from Cardinals Gibbons Far ticket for the Beautiful
City
PUBLISHER;SUFFERS:STROKE, Tuesday for defrauding American an watching over it In the process far north land as it does in some
O'Connell of this
word
and the
ley But
\: European'bankers out of nearly a II sion that followed the'stre.tcher. to is "Mum.pass" I of the mdidle-west states of the Un-
quartette '
Special to the Sentinel i million dollars it is said by means I the palace were subjects of the late SLEIGHING AND CUTTING ICEMr. ion.
New'York, March 20.-H. H.,Hohl, 4 tf fraudulent invoices for consignments king from every walk of life. High Usually, the average citizen of
'
exalt. ,:publisher of the Chicago' Inter- ] of human hair, were-arrested* officers of the army rubbed shoulders BASE BALL HAS OUTFIELD.The Florida would figure that the citizen '
A. J. Streuber returned last
Ocean is ill at the Holland .house,here 1 here today board the United 'States with members of the clergy and soldiers weather man ,and base ball of Nova Scotia delights himself on
night from visit to his old home in
due .to a stroke of apoplexy. The ,Fruit Company's ,steam-ship Herodia, of the Greek light infantry, a fans are hardly on tweaking terms the Fourth of July by buckling on his
Erie, Pa. This is the first'.time in ."
stroke occurred SatuMay".1asl Complete on which they intended to sail for dressed in quaint kilts in which they these days and unlexs the copious skates and gliding over the 'slick ice -fl'
thirteen he has visited the
: recovery is ,predicted ,by hisphysicians. :Central America .had known Prince George and Constantine years that precipitation of aerial hydrogen-oxy- I to the north pole, where he swingsthe
t.
old familiar'scenes and he had
'
: In the party besides Anthony andPhillip in the victorious Janina cam- time. an Ii gen ceases soon, some of the diamond -I Stars and Stripes to the breeze. FI
enjoyable
with civilians Cretans and trotters will have nerve fag. I But this is not
Louise and Lacy Fraca paign, the case; they plant'
were '
c OUR HANDSOME:GUEST. and Arthur and GeorgeMusica. When Mussulians; pressed round the hum- Only those who have lived in the l But not so with A. W. Mason, baseball ant! maintain crops there the sameas

,Mr. M. B. Craig known all 'over they searched, fifty-seven thous- ble bier. Grief was apparent on every Keystone State can appreciate whatit scout of Winter Park, who is in the States.
were
to visit land where the I I
means a
Florida as the "bandsomedrummer: ," and dollars in bills of large denomination hand and in many cases, grizzled l as familiar with base ball science as The official weather report shows ;

Southern representative of the Sharp were,found in Arthur's pockets.Hidden soldiers, were weeping unrestrainedly cupboards are filled with. country sausage a bird is with song. When Dell despairs that at Kentville last July, the highest -
butter
.of home-made apple, .it, is a sorry day for.the fans.
and
Dohum, Wholesale Drug Compahy, in the'corset' Louise was openly.On I I I temperature was ninety-four in
Schmear Case kraut
Baltimore and' who .has been" coming found over eighteen thousand dol arrival at the palace, the bodywas sauer cherry He combines all the. qualities of a the shade and the lowest temperature ,

,to Orlando for fourteen, years, ,is: in lars. About seventy-six thousand. received with military honors and preserves, apple jack and other splendid sport without being a' sport. He can was in February, when mercury wentto

the city and has with him a bran dollars were taken from the,six Ital then laid in the main chamber. Jacks that makes a Pennsylvanian do the sprint toss the ball, coach, thirteen degrees below. a

i Dew stock. of jokes ,He is king pf ians. Tonight the family is lodgedin fat Mr ,Strouber enjoyed all root, cocaine the crest fallen, doctorsiek'
these and more.
t story tellers and :one of those jolly the parish jail Onthony said this POLO FRIDAY. many i a automobile, lasso a Rollins OFF FOR EASTER HOLIDAYS :
He them ice the
'J saw cutting on .
College yell the hat at .
good fellows; that spreads sunshine pass a religious -
afternoon they would waive extradition There will be of
a game polo'at the ponds, skating and sleighing. Mon lecture
meeting or on equal
:,wherever he goes. and return to New York to face Fair Grounds Friday afternoon at day, he gripped the hand of, old Zero The Cathedral School closed yester-
.
,Ir. has been elected suffrage.In
} Craig recently their accusers. 3:30 o'clock which should be terday for the Easter vacation anda
quite and shivered at his He liked
I grasp. short Mr. Mason all i
Ruler of the order of Elks possesses
i
Exalted interesting as lineup a good it all, but likes Orlando best I
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in Jacksonville le and Will in i a few days been in financial straits, but accused one. the necessary qualities to a managerof their way homeward today or preparing

*> be, installed into that, high, office. the European correspondents ,of Orlando Country Club-"Whites." athletic sports, and at Friday'sgame for a short"visit .to friends 'In
BUSINEss"
"CUT' FLOWER
he bob smiling
will
up serenely,
their's who faDed'to live up to. their 1R.. A. Magruder; 2, Allen Pirie; .. the city. Among those leaving are
like beneath
AT THE LUCERNE contracts. ..... 8,' M. J. Daetwyler; back,' V. Star- new mown hay a Helen Canning, for Kissimmee; Ruth
Notwithstanding the weather man' 'Mr. Perry Lockwood, of Macon, summer moon. It takes more than Bowslay and Carrie_Hooks, Leesburg;

\'doled off.,tie I evesing's program buck. Georgia, who is in the city for a few rain to put Mason out of the' ring Olive Dinkle '
LOOK OUT FOR BURGLARS. Orlando Polo Club-"Reds. I ,.. Longwood; Ethel and '
11 of, rain last night,..a Urge-crowd of days has been, admiring the many and'if.the. 'rain wagon will:Just skip Lois Overstreet- Eustis; Lillian .Connor -
Fieiel ;
i '1H.'Allerman 2, A.'A. ; 3
; beautiful flowers and'expresses' the Mason's i invincible
Friday nine-spots
I theatre ,lovers were present at the : Gretchen
!
morning. about seven"a.BU J.. B.'Magruder: :Jr.: back, James Tangerine; Hodgstoft.
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Yesterday
the
; Lecerne.. The picture-ere. of unp belief that there is a/great:opening ,will teach the Stetson artists and Pricflla, Parker,'Eau Gallic Emma
p I ,weal interest.- : ,when Mrs.,'J.D..Beggs came down Laughlin ,HI. here for a "cut flower-business." He I goose egg curve. Tummis ;
Miami Marion
; Strouder
:, of; .The first reel, being'of the cope stain, from her." "night'i sleep,' ebe says that Macon,_and,Savannah alone Both colleges will be on deck accompanied -1 Edith, Armstrong, .Eldred Katherine rand

i*;.V\ :lieficei-" of the boY'who'had left, the found her front:doors open and ceaW FOUR' REELS AT THE.FAVORITE- - in the':.winter would furnish ;a' great by their rooters and,their and Dorothy .McKeown; New-
': not aeeoaat let. it; as.ske'fa'-- TODAY' iarketin cut flowers at ,that -- ,
f old home,on the farm for the. glamour prices, yells. Smyrna and Bertha Tangenbacfe
: t'of .city 'life, 'and< every boy,:who 'wit- faaatceaed'theisie. ).pt W re., . Aurora, Floyd' :(Thanieaaer) would'be attractive'and as they'.can Louise Atwood, Helen Tinberlafea,
,
I .....' that 'iad pktare,oe W'to :go It iie; i>cast SNM one' had :A two; reel Feature Drama from- 'a be grown here all winter at small BRIDE AND .GROOM IN CITY Winifred, Brown and :Mairon Joan =
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t 4'lwoso: and kill, 'hte. ,mother. and.thank.. entered: thelh .'/dwiag:, the Jaightthe ': ,hW L" cast''he is surprised thai; some one :Yesterday 'morning .at Jacksonville will spend the.holidays in Orlando. :

;( God for- "$1N&T' +eese, ; .,. iidf; .oiI leiiihir>,W 'a* iieeed- ,' ',The' Aal. .Within,- (American. ) feat'not embarked in the bnsfaoss. was---a pretty ,home! wedding at the I' .
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,':. The, ..... .-mlthe \,:wts 'so ,Nt r ,'tf t't-
",:.;. ,......:.'..;..a.L.., _-.','i,'':"tsokbaaMiaaifr: {''d VII =a1IIk; ,. '.- ..'P-' ", _!.<. .'Iit : (A. BNSMM' *' '>of?tke: 'U.B.Nftr. WEATHBB :REPORT.Fterida I which .lUta 'Eola Etta BayleM, and ported -from Atyess:and Turid b_'tri

t4'f ' vest Uke--.W. _boi itd .+.. i : : ::";, (TanhMStr' ..), Ctac frylisisbsr :4 -::Rain- in"north and central Mr, "Julian! :Warren Hemming"were > mpU-from-Con Man Unopl .

:: ,'" ;- -'r -' '. :; ';: ,'' ,';:,. -I09IIiIi: ,, -. fug*Mg 'reek.'' ,0.0.releeM ...- .,' Generally,fair in:south por.ti united, (:marriage. The happy cou. ,* 'V*' ::
r' ';1.A '.. :J'l''' --. fc 0 kwratttkw lri..,- aM..k 0| 2toi,.tflNf. toft. Tfcmday;'and Friday :eeMe /& spending ,tbefr, fcft' days ofkeaeymoon ? ?,
.-.- Post Cards :e..t .a< ,: fIf. i ,. .,.j ; ? pie are : ; THe (rote) (freeilon.*tn I

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7 I CHAS. LORD J. K. BRADSHAW fm II I
.,.,";.: We beg leave, to differ, with the

t s ; 'writes Stranger so" entertainingly within our gates"and with who so 8 Lord &: Bradshaw I;I Magnificent Showing of

& much, fupon.the'; =
It is' one-of the most delicious fruits | We wish to announce to our friends, and the public generally, I
eaten,while it is alive. ,Peeled and cut
4
; t I that we bave formed a partnership under the 1 New
:. Eke peaches, sprinkled. with: sugar,!t Spring Suits
-: 'put'on,,the. ,ice, for half" ,an hour, it isI I I' above firm name, for_ a general ,| ;
almost.tempting desert and fit for an I .
'epku.. |, Real ,Estate and Insurance I '
We have three varieties on our: = : and Dresses
,home place, strawberry, orange and business and are centrally'located in a ground floor office at No., I .
t- delicate pink. The ,bushes. grow t'
among the orange trees and receive I I 17 8. Orange Avenue, (formerly occupied by Hamilton & Dunn ii

.the Same'care and attention, yielding Millinery), where we will be pleased to meet all our old friends :| :
;- abundantly, while.- :the. fruit is. large WE ARE SHOWING A BEAUTIFUL ASSORTMENT OF
\ and perfect They are not ,like the 1 and to make new ones. x SILKS AND SATINS, ALL COLORS, DRESS GOODSIN
citrus fruits,.but are sus I'
r lardy very ALL THE LATEST PATTERNS FOR OLD AND
-1 ;;" ceptible I cold and .easily _]killed, i Our list of city and acreage property is surpassed by none, YOUNG. WHITE CANVAS SHOES. THE DISPLAY
therefore it be'two'or three
yearsr
',: .before we may have another plentiful !i and we.have some exceptional,bargains. COKE AND SEE Us | CONTAINS ACCURATE ILLUSTRATIONS OF THE

supply of guavas. (when Jack Frost i SEASONS BEST AND LATEST CREATIONS, AND
> 1:: .nips too severely.' ) i Lord & Bradshaw f IS WORTHY THE ATTENTION OF EVERY ORLANDO
It'is"not a native of Florida, but i I WOMAN. CALL IN AND ACQUAINT YOURSELF
} was.b oughfhere by the early settlers' I 17 ,S.. ORANGE AVE. ORLANDO, FLA.IliilllMMmMilMltMMMMMMMMMMMIimm. I I.Di. WITH THE HIGH CHARACTER OF OUR GARMENTS
s, from, tropical ,countries.. They are ., .J.1. IllIJid.BHI.: : ...... AND THE REASONABLE PRICES-
:. frequently; tfound growing around
.. abandoned homesteads and in, ,wild .
.' *places'where,the.seeds,were carried.
; One variety known' as the,Catley is' 1913 icd.e1sI '
:: ' .'imaljer and, hardier and. makes,the I :Eanner's New York'I
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most delicate jelly pale amber. in I
..color. ,Every housewife puts up large I .
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quantities for home consumption'andto '
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provide for the lean years when I '
# ,the, bushes have been killed. Bargain Store
+ scent of,the guava is a stand : I
jugThe
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,who know and appreciate this,'delicious I If You-Would be Posted be a Daily Visitor to this Store
.fruit: 'afford to smile at -
all
can
ji ITT HP-MI i tetoK ?miTrr-rai .nj.
..these,would be funny efforts. Governor MOTOCYCLESFour ::
i :Trammell. was wise. in his advice -- -- -
and'it will J pay to give protection,to" P. Models $200.00 TOMATO PLANTS FOR SALE I I MliillllllllllllliliillfltELI
the:guava'when':the mercury:falls to Seven H. P. Models, $250.00 One. dollar per thousand in any J. B.McKAY,
V :thirty-two degrees. I quantity desired. Purchasers must CONTRACTOR AND JAV"HTTfBFuneral
'I do their own pulling of plants. Better BUILDER.
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r iCL E. :Eilpert: plant now. 'My packing house in Or- Superintend AH Work. Director
:' News, from Palmetto comes that and EmbalmerHand
lando will be opened from the: first Prices That Are an
; during the season, already,about.3,000 ORLANDO, FLA. Agent for Orange CountyiMiMMMIIIIIililllilMllliltllMMIIMMilM of May to June 10th and I will buy Inducement.All Block, Pine St Phone 33
ears loaded with vegetables have been all.your tomatoes. Work 'Guaranteed.

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. OF TWENTY-FIYE THOUSAND DOLLARS.TO THE BEST OF OUR KNOWLEDGE WE ARE THE ONLY REAL ESTATE ;; ':i

,, '. .'. AND INVESTMENT COMPANY THAT ABSOLUTELY GUARANTEES TRANSACTIONS MADE BY US, OR ? I

.. :' .. THROUGH OUR OFFICE.HOW' THIS CAN: BE II DONE;BY A COMPANY WITH. LIMITED PAID UP CAPITAL OF $25,000, I' "" ':."):. ,

: -" GOING A LARGE VOLUME OF BUSINESS,.WILL_GLADLY BE EXPLAINED,TO ANYONE CALLING AT' OUR OFFICE. ta:{:

;" ; THIS GUARANTEE COVERS EVERY TRANSACTION WHETHER LARGE OR. SMALL* CITY LOTS, GROVES, FARM ':':.;:::;>.

LANDS., AND COLONIZATION TRACTS.READ. ': ,.
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'G TIONSIS'r.ul. AT PRICE LITTLE, IF ANY HIGHER, THAN UNIMPROVED .LAND. '- ,: f. ;

<<. 166 ACRES UNIMPROVED,, ft ,BOLE LAKE 'FRONT ONTtJl.DYLAD,7 MILKS FROM.ORLANDO >r1} '.:'

} . : 4 LOTS ON EAST CENTRAL AVENUE," 60x150 :FEET. 4 LOTS ON MILWAUKEE AVENUE, 60x150 FEET. SOLD :' .ilfj rAT ; $
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reports, showing .v. l.-'J.l1 .;JiI1lU". fco_On roiicrlf.
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'\ : iJ" .'.....-......-:/:.--. I peate"ffai of treating patient' ;.andwfeen'addressing 'Homeseekers i s" .. -
h: urJchool.clesed: :: qofetlyla many. ',the Municipal
li,l'. vpetrereaet; : '19alrl'e" ;' 'on-ac-, ;1 League,- 'if he happens to'say,'MGeaUemen ; ITS A FAIR PROPOSITIONTO
.. :ooUt. ,of Jaefttfea.. I we most join hands with the ladies
':Mr.and Mrs.'Carl Barber have gone ," you: cannot construe this as any OPPORTUNITY.PRESENTS

,to>their:,bold 'at;>Fort' 'Christ- improper suggestion. ASSUME THAT YOU ARE '
" mae.
ITSELF AT CORNER OF AMELIA AND 1
Miss Sarah'Crawford.went to-Plant
DID YOU BUY? < Trenton streets-two new :and up-to-date. and modern I APPRECIATIVE OF THE VERY
City to visit relatives for a .week, e
bflngaloffs and a corner,lot near ,Lake Dot will be sold .
tune. she.will go to,.St. ,Augustineto
low I BEST. WE ARE SPECIALISTS IN
together at prices.toq to mention
or separate here.
:visit'her sister; Miss Ethel, later I overheard prominent hardware h
dealer say this morning to a promi- Prices and also my reason for selling will be given upon
the will teach summer .school. in
a.: nent citizen t of Orlando, I could have inspection of premises.. Cash.or Terms. Fine opportunity I Electrical Wireing and Motor Work 5
northern
D Florida. I Ii
bought land at $2.50 and $5.00 but .for investment.. If not sold before May 1st, will be rented.
i ::Dr. Columbus Crawford,.nephew,of;did not do it. '

Hon...Geo.in Orlando W. Crawford, and,Conway.has been visiting He{I I for At, an the Orlando time he man referred several to hundred I sold CLARENCE P. SMITH \ NEWELL ELECTRICAL COMPANYARCADE
for
acres of land in Orange' county
found:.many changes and improvements iLOO per'acre,'the same land is now .. j BUILDING
.: 'sincehis last visit twenty years sold in 10 and twenty acre tracts forf30.00 CHURCH ST.
$ acre, and is cheap at,this ,
ago and very few of his old acquaintances per HtMIMIilMMMMMtlMHimimMlliiililllLET I, PHONE 280 \
'were left. nice.What were the Orlando people buy- : :
4.\ ,Mr., Holloway, of Orlando has I ingat. that time? Gold mining stock. I '
:,been working on the cottage of Mr.L .; If you had bought land, you could I "JIM" DO IT
'. figure your.profit. You knew some : 1
;E: Scott It is ,assuming a .very the .
time profit on mining
ago your I .
,nice appearance and would no doubt it.I I (g gggg B . .w.t.:
,stock, without having to figure on r r iW
soon.be finished but it seems,difficult If you have 'not yet bought some : If you have property to sell .
,
Orlando or Orange county property,
'to,get help. TheBestistheGheapestSO
there is still opportunities for large
LetJimdo.it.
Last had 1
week we a rather excitingtime. profits, and I can show you. .
Messrs Hugh Partin and I can sell you something that will
Mathers went f.through the village in make you money but your gold min- If you wait to .- sr- ,*** GET THE BEST OF .. -.
an automobile getting signers to a ing stock will not buy it buyLet
Call and see me. Jim do it.
petition for Mr.: Starbuck for' the CARL JANSEN, Paints and Wall PaperTHE
'office:of County .Solicitor.- A day or Office. over Dickson & Ives, Orange and Farm ;
City Country Properties
so ,later, Mr.',DeCotes called but he Avenue,Orlando,Fla. ,
The banks and the business men of
has decided to rest his ease on its Orlando know me, if you do not, ask Lands, Groves and Tracts 1912 WALL PAPER IN SAMPLED h
merits, trusting to ,the good work he them. THESE IS GRAND AND I WILL BE PLEASEDTO
LOOK AT BARGAINS
while.in office for his re-
,performed
appointmentWe Twenty acres, 10 acres of which is in bearing orange SHOW THEM. ALL YOU HAVE TO '

have just received some beautiful 1- lllillMMIMMMIMIItIP, grove;and balance of 10 acres in timber land, five-room DO IS TO TELEPHONE AND I WILL -

.. views of'' St Cloud with a copy! cottage, located three miles from city, price 300000. BRING. THE SAMPLE TO YOUR HOME.
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:of 'the Tribuneedited. in that fast. ITS ANYTHING IN Twenty-five acres, 10 acres of bearing grove, 600 < J '.Jfili"4 z-: ,,'ft! .
.growing town.. trees, five-room house and barn, located on lake front, '11 ..tt' ; ... .
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Mrs. Isabel Worrell Ball assistant DRUGS PHONEDeUNEY four miles from city, price 400000. 'GEO., A..BARHER PHONE 268

editor of the National Tribune of Thirty acres, 15 acres in grove, 1000 trees, 15 acres L _Jt- ; .
:Washington, "D.' d,,is spending the DRUG of fine farm and vegetable land located on lake front,
four and half miles from city, price $5,000.00.
'winter in ,St ,Gold and is 'writing
I interestingly of matters and i COMPANY Forty acres of virgin pine timber land of fine fruit and
}very A. vegetable land fronting on Lake Conway, four miles from 3

things Messrs,lngeaeraL':McCuDough and McClUre. t .. city, price $2,000,00.Twenty I HIGH GRADE EASTER MILLINERY[B
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are building a branch road through QUICK DELIVERY.Watkins acres of lake front land near city.suitable for 4
sub-division. Price $3,800.00. .
their heavily timbered,land into Orlando Boildinc.
Forty-five acres, five acres in bearing
orange grove
: at the rate of a mill a week
PlwneL :small house and barn, located at Conway, five.miles from
Thia.ipur will connect with the.East .
,Coast road at Cook's) ,Ferry. They, city, price 150000. 10 cent off on allLinens
.! 1 have p1U'C1aultl.two of the best engines IMIUmillMiUMMiMIFRANKHTERS, Five acres with cottage near city, price $1,500.00 ., per
Three and one-half acres with twelve-room house located
.on_the rind or.the:State. The ;
; and Laces f
'road>will .past three miles north of near city, price $1,500.00.Twenty :
acres with bearing grove of 300 trees, small \,
Conway.. house and barn,price$2,800.00 ,
waiting for : >
,We an most anxfe&sly .
that tea"road. brother Fogg-of Mawtfactttrer of Artificial 'J. CRAWFORD: OFFICE STORE OVER, ORANGE BLUE AVENUE DRUG !
Altars ete' talks of'to confidently. Stone Fancy Columns sad
:,How easy at this point to make a pan; Ornamental Work IMMMilMHMIIililUMSentinel nSSEg HilILTON & DUNN i
refrtk tfcrossjh'doe.respect .
but.wo '
Livingston ,and RailroadWANTEDClean
t Agents for Barclay Corsets :
The OoftU.base,ball teem has been ,
:reorganised. and if. training for its ads. pay advertisers,
Warner troth: rags at this oee. .

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The all-important question of Furniture. You'll readily admit that youare.


looking for a :full dollar's worth for every dollar you spend, then come


; to us,, we will, see that you get it. .

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dollar's worth of prices.&m %_3 money.

You get one here. We [carry

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false promises, in the ,tv'


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Our ;trust is popular; it belongs to,. 'the people i.jt has. never Jbeen attacked by the, man with the

,muck. rake., The word trust 'has several meanings. }The: one *e refer: to,means confidence,' faith and re

'coWd :b onduo ad! trust is' 'for the
hams Without this trust modern. ;bosjiew Our ; yours asking.

Now is the time to ask ,for it Ybur.creditii( iJ9fii: : big.3 ; budding is packed with Furniture and t 3

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;SO the}Fio Sentinel :Wilson 'in:.his statement the forty. the" S
past
.- '-.. ;President. : yean- protection
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**'. 1IHNIH, _;1NBi WlKLY'J of: the American ,policy with,;regardto tariff has r been.4he 'subject of
; :: America has"said &seusaioiithe. basis'of EASTER JEWELRY
Latin? precisely "political campaigns
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q-- e'use'- 4THE !!e:1(signs the right thing:when'such a state- and ,the time-killer of Congressional :

mat with such',authority was .need- Committees. :But, it"-is

DAILY: 8HNTIN1LCneyear ed., 'It goes to the point as admirably just :recently that the people have 6, .:
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,' as,did the even more specific' declarationn come to realize the. fact:,that theseis ..A"T'r .

.t Months.-.T,.- ..2-50 ,of intent made by, Elihu ,a subject of vastly more )Importance .
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Rootat Rio:de .Janerio. .Ifis more that. demands 'protectio'andgood
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needed now than it' was then. men and women everywhere , : A" .Ns'
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By real wrier la" OrUadm,i0'cents ,per It speaks:for the American nation, interesting themselves in'the subjectThat -

rath.. Daily ud today.T5 .' the ;purposes .of which ,easily :might is' the, protection to the Child r '

Orlando Homing Scntiad cu be fond be praised by Latins observing the 'life of this country. Every father of

..-1&1. to Orlando' at_Carte,*'Oltaft Book aggressive march'of American mon- a daughter must feel an interest in 1 ,.... .
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y .Icon ey upon their countries. It measures this subject, no matter what his station THE BEAUTY AND FRESHNESS OF ,

Wt.>will' appreciate,prompt J complaint precisely with .American ideals.. ,It in life, for .if he loves his own ,
;Vttvery tat properly made by'oar carrier I is particularly fortunate in the mo- offspring as it is natural to suppose '/. SPRINGTIME IS IN THE NEW JEWELRY ; ; 1

M Aderrtbiai rate*wfll, be fonkbei on,ap- ment of its delivery, generally because he does, he must know that the. :' '- AND SILVER. FOR THE EASTER ;'S
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'tHcatio. it demonstrates.the purpose of fathers of the thousands of girls who : < GIFT tf
: YOU WILL/FIND HERE MANY
',THE WBBKLY. 8UNTINEL. a new administration and specifically are ruining their lives and corrupt: -- ",J '

'Ito year by wail pottac* paid ..' $1.00 because it counteracts the ,evil effects ing their morals in great sweat shops ,... DESIRABLE ARTICLES ,AT MODEST ,
-,:- Mbm THE ...IT1NOrlando Florida.Oftce .
"' of the fraud' worked upon: Secretary entertain.the same affection for their 'f ", PRICES. :- .
107 Court, Street. Anne BvOdnc
3 F. Phont',14 Bryan with regard to Mexico own flesh and blood. No more appalling : '\": *,

T .... : in .the first moments ',of his 'service.That problem confronts the American tti LEATHER NOVELTIESWE
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,;.. .J. SCHUMANN. UH.rJOfflAH such a fraud should be attempted today than underfed girls, who '
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,suggests the existence, of are driven to great factories and big >:' -
ARE
ALWAYS ON THE LOOKOUT
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THURSDAY,)MARCH;20TH, 1913. something !vicious in 'the department department stores .in fcrder to gaina -

of state., To praise Ambassador Wilson livelihood, and then at wages that . (" FOR THINGS NOVEL IN LEATHER. -
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just at,the time when his labors, barely keep. body and soul ,together, ER. 'j.#' "
A mighty"nie thing""to have-a '
however admirably .directe4.for the thus endangering their health and :" PURSES BAGS FOBS AND -
SIMILARt:
: : million dollar, bank-Orlando has one. : :L .
of American lives and Interests times their morals.
protection many The, inhumanity : "
.- 0 ARTICLES ARE USUALLY FOUND ';' : :
had provoked criticism was of man in dealing with ".> : '
The: Payne-Aldrich ,tariff act has '" HERE WROUGHT FROM THE
1. FINEST : \ .
as. 31 advised a bit of hasty actionas children is one of the seven wonders .. *;
one, stalwart defender. ":His' name ; '
ever committed the state depart- of this age. Most of the states in SKINS-SOME AMERICAN AND> SOME .. : .:
: :is Sereno E.
Payne.
;_ ment on an important question. the Union have either passed lawsor FOREIGN IN ORIGIN. -

0 Mr Bryan's confusion at finding, are agitating laws for the protec-
1 E.. A.. Douglas '.of,, Oviedo, ,visited
; himself the author of a document tion of Child labor and the day is
+ Sanford last week :and hot air stock
which seemed to promise, by justified dawning when this great army of lit-
took a decided tarn upward.
.x inference, the recognition of a.mili- tle toilers will have a friend in Court.

o- tary autocracy after the overthrow ofa To such good women as Miss Gordon .-
Washington clergymen all T [
are constitutional, government must be whom God has never given a vans the JewelerOPPOSITE
stirred the of
over question
up cremation -
sensibly relieved by the president'sdeclaration child of her own,many a girl in this ,

,and denounce..."" as pagan.Its ,. which also, by justified splendid land of ours, owes her release -

o. inference,. sets the administration. from a thraldom worse than any POST
cutting ice and, sleighing time OFFICE
right. black man ever suffered and to such
'= In..,the ,north now. Winter is surely .
"We can have no sympathy with men as Judge Lindsey, thousands of
lingering the lap.,of spring. who: seek seize the thei rise the
those to power boys,owe r to full statueof

.' ---0. :. of government to advance their own manhood. "
The Sanford Herald"says that"Dug" U
personal interests of.ambition. We God pity the boys and girls of the<
of Oviedo was in Sanford last
are the friends of peace, but we know poor-aye pity the boys and girlsof
.week. ,This accounts for Holly's
t there tan be no lasting or stable the rich, if this cancerous growthis
brain-storm in last' Friday's issue.
Q o peace in such circumstances." not cut out from .American busi- SILK STOCKINGS

That is a clear answer to the charge ness and social life.
.According to Miss. Pennington, a
that the American, policy is to seek
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chicken kept in cold''storage nine
the establishment of
months is good, wholesome food. strong governments TAX LAWS NEED ATTENTION
which need not be good governments
.Some of the potatoes, if you please.
i so long as they. recognize There is room for improvement in .
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o. and the financial interests of
Oklahoma' protect the tax laws of Florida in many re-
An man has made a million *
Americans. spects, but especially in the time of:
( .dollars' in oil in the last year For Day
It is statement of the
: as plain a payment. There is no reason why
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Will
he get into hn'J's: class! Not
: position of thenew administrationtowards and
city county tax should not be
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in(anything less than a thousand
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Je rs.'s Mexico as it could have been; payable at the same time, and delinquent and

t had it been wise or necessary to name from the same time. In fact
ft ,
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taxes are payableat
The Democratic :landslide which
the time and at the
started last fall,slipped a little again \ same same Evening

'wjwn New Hampshire elected a,Democratic ANOTHER BOSS GOES WRONG place and, by the County Treasurer
_. distributed to the
l municipalities.
'Senator It is 'up to,Illinois
to keep it: going., .' Boss Cox,' Cincinnati, Ohio, is Florida's tax:law,.like many other of Wear r
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o < again indicted. This time;for alleged her laws are back numbers. ,

,When'it'was reported, tha the.London frauds in connection with the Cincin- .

: police raided' a, suffragette arusual nati Trust.Company, of which he was SPRING OPENING .

the rumor must,have been,due president..* He is, charged with loan- -

to' the mistaken idea that the. word ing funds to political henchment and Nature has been holding a three1

arsenal: has something to do with otherwise misappropriating bank days rain fete, in honor of the spring Our Personal Guarantee '

: :arson. funds, and also charged with abstracting opening.. It was a little unfortunatefor ,

: o notes payable to the Trust Com- the Murphys and the Hooligansthat

Sanford wants to:charter.a special i.pany. St. Patrick's day'should come as Accompanies Every Pair

train for Tallahassee. The railroad There has been too much of this the principal setting to this liquid

company wisely insists on seeing the 'I.kind of.practice in this country and it opening of a new season as full of

money in their hands before promising is high time that men are severely budding promise as the newly evolved

.to take care'of the',return trip. punished who,'will' induce people to bonnet on Easter morning, but then Marion B. Ives

o deposit money in banks and then,use our friends from Cork can look on

,Josiah has' no tenderness whateveron these funds to their own personal and: with as much complacency, while a

::the .question ,of the accounts of political gain to such an extent that Florida rain proceeds to baptise na-

the. County organization. They are great frauds are, perpetrated upon the. ture, as a Dutchman could at a tobacco -

open to the world., Send on'your too credulous public. strippin'. EXCLUSIVE MILLINERY PARLORS

: ore-heads. Men in banking positions should be I' The truth is that Florida has enjoyed t

0' of the highest type of manhood, tried such a long, unbroken season of

April showers seem to be getting a and true, for the banker is placed in Summer Sunshine, that the dark and Second Floor

little ahead of the season but then a position'to do great harm to a comimanity. gloomy days that came with the .
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nothing should be unexpected or surprising ,_ heavy downpour of rain seemed pleas r
after the 'type of winter ,Boss Cox has been a thorn in the ant and people in most part enjoyed

r, weather that has been, presented this flesh of good people of Cincinnati, for them, and were willing to. sing with ___________ __________, u

Pear. years. Longfellow: .
o "How beautiful is the rain!! Lee Mustard THE H. H., P. STRAIGHT

Holly I says 'he is not in, favor of WIRELESS STRETCHING OUT After the dust and heat, .

:Bewspaper indulging in personalities.This > In'the broad and fiery street, THE CdHWHWSf For Sale at all Cigar Stores

L shows good sens, but he should The gradual circling of the earth by How beautiful is the rain." Manicure, Pedicure, Shampoo, Orlando's Newest Cigar Made in Orlando.

}:' favor this as freely.when he is tempted ,the "wireless" goes on. A dispatch Face and Scalp Massage. Havana and Florida WrappersTry
to make a personal thrust; as when from West Florida has been
Key TOO MUCH POLITICS.It Parlor over Dickson & lyes store
personal thrust is made at him. picked up in Carlo, Egypt, which is corner Orange and Central One and Be Convinced

o ,seven thousand miles away, and beats is evident that the Florida East Avenues.
'Again the. editor of the Herald is : HERMAN H. PINDER
the next best record, by, five hundred Coast Transportation, Company hadflimflammed M'f'g'r
"? 'Moked out of his, hole, and admits STATE NEWS:,
miles. It is nearly one-third of the the State out of a lot
that he. his piper 212 Sou th Oranges
is r .allowed to become distance round,the world and,there is of good rich land without the State -
the'mouth-pieee ,of'a few sore-head- little rumored that Orlando is to ..
doubt that the whole distance :. getting value received for it. The It is
'tod disappointed disgruntled, pol- will be accomplished in the end.' The chances are ten to one that the canal have another bank. ? a a s e S 1 C I S C
iticians.. Foolish to turn valuable
,your telegraph has blazed the way, but the they made pretenses of digging are 'I ADVERTISE. '

space over to such ingrates. "wireless1 working along new lines practically worthless' to the State, There are approximately 1,800 children 'I IF YOU .HYHRTTHim

o j will accomplish the:same result' ulti- while the lands they have gotten title enrolled in the various public' e I Want a Cook, '

':Tour! advertising' is not a thing mately and be independent of some to has increased in value right along. schools in.Miami .' Want a Partner '-IN-
:
mart from your enterprise. It is conditions that might invalidate the It is a strange fact that these corporations - 'I .., Want a Situation '

(poor' enterprise; a contagion which ordinary, telegraphic message. get nearly what they want in The cane planting.is almost finish 1' Want a Servant Girl '

-: yea yourself. :create and which,.if Florida without much difficulty. Too ed on the common demonstration farmat 1' Want to Sell a Piano FEEDFOR

"K thoroughly' spread is as enduring many politicians at the helm for the Crystal Springs. Want to Sell a Carriage '
NEWSPAPERS ORGANIZE.The .
as ,the everlasting hills. Thee
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good of the State. WanttoSelTownProperty i -
t 'Daily Sentinel is''the only, morning -- I The brick has arrived in Brooks- Want to Sell Your GrocerielI I

'Bewspaper. in. Orlando trade 'territory. Washington Press associationhas ville for the paving of the streets in .Want to Sen Tour Hardware '

Try'it for 'quick ,results. organized a "get together" move. I DOBIN TO BE SHELVEDThe the business section of that.hustling Want customers for Anything lIYf STOCK.LAUBACH'
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JO ment for country newspapers. The town. Advertise Daily in This Paper '
horse has been retired from the
F STDS'FRIEND
ADVERSITY: is to
plan perfect an organizationfor Advertising the Way toSuccess; '

_k. s SHIP., the protection of'country newepa* New York fire department and no The Bank,of;Sarasota is going to Advertising' Brings. ,Customers. '
: The, firmest friendships have been : :the inroads that being more horses will be purchased when dollar block
: pen,against are erect 'a twenty' .thousand Advertising Keeps Customers: s .
formed, in. mutual adversity, .as ,iron made'on their advertising columnsby 1 'those now in use, are laid .off. The the flat iron lot'atthe, intersection Advertising Insures SeeeessAdvertising p,

.if most strongly united by the. fiercest advertising agencies and solicit-1 autovehicle is, the ,thing now and no on of Main.street.and Pineapple avenue ,, Shows Energye' The Grain Min

flame. ,.". on.for-large magazines, and.for organized machine yet devised.surpasses it Per: in that 'town.- .' ,Advertising Shows Pteek :Street '"
I tom t
0 ; protection legislation haps the horses of ,the fire department : ,
against
,I ; Adverting.II"Bi: "" '
fi CANT. HIDDEN.,. inimicable to the. ;interests 'of may be turned .over. to the horse car Work hu been started. on tbe. white ; .Advertise of Bwt- .ti

,Charity covers a multitude' of sins, country'I,newspapers. The truth is'lineS, across town, where the spirited for St.Petenb** arils is expected Advertise.Leaf" :ee.

hh lot they always stick,'up' like ,tent that, the county newspapers of home steed still holds,his ground and givesan way ti*. .,everything, ;:wffl. _.be. .-:;.ready Advertise.Weft'I" :READY NOW

,poles under a stretch of, canvas; interests and' home institutions haven air of, rual simplicity and. 'waybackativeness for,the:U.... 'to be'-taned::on:.in'''a S. .-.ADVERTISE :'Strong vigorous tomato plants at,
.to the district
0 'fe: '.had, the support that, they ; week,-. -... ; -. ..'" ? 0,. "; .:At:Oast'. <"b iIK .' |L50 per.'thousand. The Beaft HeadFwa
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'. t. -' '-- .\Til; 8ENTIN1L: : ,Case, FU. ,ft
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.-< Hash. Bflaey;if rm to blab,- soonr ' Ten percent off on all LiaenLue and .,;:''';'';'< wiiMl.' /,",' ,, i.J>;T ; '.. '. :'" .;.f.\ ., ." '.. Ad..1Iu'' :: 1 'i(
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Yes, you can get .almost, any We want, especially ''to call 4r
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It -
color of.blossom you want in our your 'attention to our line of

new spring fabrics and if
you
Hosiery. We think we have
will come and pick'out one, you
jii everything in town "skinned"
; can have it made and look pretty
I when in to and
1 I comes hosiery,
n in it on Easter Sunday.

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

v// buy here. You are sure of getting -. Silk, Lisle or Cotton, in all colors '
UJL ? -Vj-g ?A3f Kf-r '
'good value, good quality, and all grades.

good fit, and good fabrics, and 4.
Don't forget to get
you don't have, .to pay anyone your,"
"Easter Hat" this week and
you don't have to pay anyone

T WE HAVE THE-' .BLOSSOMS else's bills, as we sell as low as don't forget that.you' can get it

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

'J COME! 'ik possible where else in town. We are just
Let us show our Shoes
you ,
< dying to show you, and convince
Shirts, Scarfs, Suit Cases, Suspenders -
.<.: TAKE YOUR PICK >. I you that we are telling you the
Socks Stockings and
- ,, ,
truth. Come in and see for
such.
You be
can pleased here,
and not go broke either. yourself.
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"Honey Boy" Minstrels at the ,Lucerne -( DAMAGE DONE BY RAINS MIIIMiMIIIMMMimiliiMHttlittiHIMiHitttHftMIYowelTs

Theatre tonight. i
WADE While_ some few have suffered loss .

THE TUNER Mr F,.B ORLANDO... FLA... Orlando today calling on the shoe. whole they were .showers of blessing .
4t merchants., I for after aU is .said and done the _.
Ii i orange crop is the money crop of Florida '
and it takes lots of moisture to :
Phone 514 for' your Gasoline and .Look the Sentinel over carefully ,
u oil! ,Prompt delivery. I and if you like .it, let 'us send 'it to' make oranges. At this season of .
morning.Mr. the year when the trees are bloomingand I
you every '
.
V* ? fruit is setting" these splendid :
od'riidar''being a legal holiday\- ''
,Sorosis',Library'wU,be ,dosed., ',3t A./*L. Wright, one of. the Taft rains mean a bountiful crop of or- : EASTER OFFERINGS
business men'was in Orlando on business anges. :
'{ i|I Orange county may now safely predict I
Miss Irene Fuller, of Altamonte yesterday. a bumper crop of the golden fruit. : 1IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIilllllllllllllllllllllllllllll'I IIIIII1111111111111
Springs, was"a visitor to the city | While the celery and the lettuce :
Mr. John A. Whither of Jack-
yesterday.. one may be getting too much liquid sun- : THE NEW SPRING GOWNS AND HATS DEMAND OTHER ACCESSO-
-f soni11 's insurance
oJ- hustling representatives shine, and the beef cattle are being I
is, in Orlando. today. : RIES OF'WHICH NONE IS MORE IMPORTANT THAN,
)Ir..A. Cannady, representativeof i > kept off the grazing lands a little
; ,;the Baptist Witness, is in the city longer than usual, yet there should be :
in,the',interest of.that paper. Mrs. F. ,Redding and daughter and consolation in the fact that the gold :
3,; -, Mr.',Geo." ,Schuler!'of Toledo, Ohio,'arrived en fruits that have made Florida I WOMENS EASTER GLOVES

'.Mr. E,''..W...Floyd, the. affable representative ,: 'at the' San;Juan last .night for ,famous are coming on nicely. :
of Kennedy-Brown-Hal- $a l a stay; of several days. There is also great reason for : .

Company,*Jacksonville. ,: is,''in "Orlan: thankfulness in this locality that we c EVERY SPRING AND SUMMER GLOVE NEED SUPPLIED HERE.
d todIy.' Messrs. i & --' -. .and;H.., H, Barnard, ,'Ambassadors of wind storms and floods that have : LADIES 16 BUTTON PURE SILK GLOVES, BEST MADE, BLACK AND

C'McCall Commerce, are registered at the San :made such an awful toll upon life I WHITE $1.25 $1.50
Dr, R. ; of New. York, one ,
the nan"from' Chattanooga,. Tenn. and property in our sister states. .
OfF oldest''' and best 'knoWn' commercial -. ; LADIES 16 BUTTON SUEDE GLOVES, BLACK & WHITE $2.50 to $3.50
.. .men in,the' State. ,-,is''.a.'.guest t f .
of; the San' Juan. :Mrs. Mary Moore who is.proprietorof \ Dr. J. W. Stagg has gone to Ala -

.., \ a ladies furnishing;goods store;at bama for a'short, .stay Perhaps will ".' ,:i: The Newest Laces.
Taft 'in Or-
Phil Siemens,'who has become quite WastresacUngwbusinees': be gone a week.J. .

aWeather: 'forecaster, has fine.EaSter ando"yesterday.. t '
''parasols! 'in""the ,window. 'Ladies that I E. Colegrove of Atlanta; Ga., is ARE HERE IN PROFUSION INCLUDING FILET, MECHLIN, VENISE,
'means that a season of.sunshine is in Jack,Marlow,'of Muskeegan, Mich., in the city for a few days. He has
store for you.* on his homeward trip from St. Petersburg 'a mind to purchase some orange ,, /,' ,' .. ,CLUNEY, VALENCINES, TORCHONS, FLOUNCINGS, ALLOVERS,

,I :_. stopped ,off at Orlando, and is county farm lands. .' NETS, BANDINGS, INSERTIONS, EDGINGS, BEADING AT EXCEPTIONALLY -
Among, the 'guests registering at so pleased with.the appearance of the
:
1.. i" the San Juan last night, was Dr. and 1 orange groves in this locality that he The "Honey Boy" Minstrels that : LOW PRICES FOR THIS SALE .
Mrs .S. .R. Woodruff,'of Bayones, N.' is casting a covetous eye at some of .are on the boards for tonight,at the '." '

J.- They expect to .remain in' this them. Lucerne Theatre, are said to be not Ladies'
Easter
section for several days. only the best, but the largest aggre- HatsWE
.- Mr. and Mrs. Warren F. Howe and :gation of burnt-cork artists on the .
: .cleanest talented daughter daughter, Miss 'road.
.
.The_ neatest, place in town
WILL CLOSE OUT OUR LINE OF PANAMA HATS AT
'to.get a noon day lunch is at the ladies Helen, of d Poland, N,, Y.,. are in the THE EX.
\ tea room opposite the San Juan hotel city and 'are very fond, of this at- Mr. F. W.. Dimmitt, of Tampa, one TREMELY LOW PRICE OF $8.79
; Business men":will find this place to tractive spot and promise, to' visit of the proprietors of the Triumph
their'liking if'they,but try it Orlando another day. Mills, the headquarters of the cele- LATEST CREATIONS IN LADIES EASIER GOWNS AND .WAISTS
brated "Cracker Boy Coffee" js in
Money to loan_on improved property. Mr. and ''Mrs. J.. A Schreffler, ofl Orlando today a guest of the San
ARE TO BE FOUND IN OUR UP-TO-DATE READY-TO.WEAIt DEPARTMENT .
S.Y.Way. Polo, HI, who have been spendingthe Juan. '
ON THE SECOND
'- winter at Tampa, and points FLOOR

,The famous Jarley 'wax. figures south of here, I stopped off yesterday Mr. Fred W. Cook, of Ocala, an NEW GOODS ARRIVING DAILY
like Uncle Tom's ,Cabin never'grows in Orlando for a week, and from here "unfortunate peddler" for Armour &

old. This ,with the Cherokee orchestra they will go. to Sanford and Jacksonville Company, was among the guests at 11111111I1111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111 I11I111I1111111
at Lyman' 'gymnasium,' Rolling ,for a few days sojourn before the San Juan last night. Mr. Cook
: College next monday afternoonat starting for their northern home. sells lots of goods in this territoryand .
3:30, will'be a' big entertainment. is very popular with the trades

,Mr. and Mrs. Henry Scheideman,, people. The Big White Store H HON
The oldest,'largeaand'beat weekly who have been spending the winterin
newspaper in, South 'Florida, the the city leave .in a few days for
Sentinel is issued .thismorning from Chicago, and will go via the Southern f This is, an age of marvels, but fora
1'; ''this office., It' contains twelve pages route, so as to visit their daughterat man :who has lived a quarter of a
.; and'is brim, full of interesting news. Dallas Texas. The Sentinel has century in Orlando, to get lost 'on a ORANGE AVENUE

; Be';nre to have the Sentinel sent to enjoyed .Mr.; Scheideman's acquaintance prominent highway five miles from .
you while away for the summer. It very much and hopes to see him the city, and to get so bewildered that Mf
only costs f LOO a'year. I fin Orlando next year. he turns his auto square across the iiiiinn 11111111111111114

..J..: .< ,road not knowing whether to go .
; straight up, straight ahead, or round CHANGE, OF HOUR FOR LECTURE
ItlllllllimiiliillliiMIIMilliillillilllllHIIIIIREASON and round, is one to be added to the AT ROSALIND: CLUB, .

seven wonders., Yet a prominent citi -
'zen of Orlando did this very thing Four O'clock the Time Set.

NO' and waited for a passerby to start Owing to a delay, Miss Stone and Easter
: him on ,the right path. Miss Rue, who are to talk at the Rosalind SpecialsAT

Club rooms today, cannot: arrive -
t Hot cross buns. Hot cross buns.Rock's in the city until the ,afternoon .
Bakery. train. .The address instead of beginning

:Why yti ,itaM..r-tlRe. to wear theseIwaTT tI .at three o'clock, will be givenan
.*..fcriif tide hot weather ghee I At the State convention of the hour later. McCULLOCH'SDEPARTMENT .
'we eai Ix: yen >i* with Bee el etr lightweight Woodmen of the World which has just .
dosed in Tallahassee ,it was decided .
SergesWeel Crashes or Mohair two
For Excka&fe or Sale
;.ioeoSrts.HNM 'to hold ,the next bi-ennial conventionin For .acreage or other property in STOREOPPOSITE
an the'Reel.TMig ii Souaor,,Clothtef Lakeland. Ocala and Live Oak Orange or Lake Counties for four
both made strong bids for the. next dwellings Pittsburgh, Pa Houses POST OFFICE
'it* we are efertag ciceptioiinHy Good binging good rent All modern building *
Yaiws at $ s.M, I1W..* $18.99. meeting. *. Can be handled separate if deg ,
0.-
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Laces
: sired. Embroideries Shirt Waists
,Better QtaMty if yen care to pay matt. ) ,A nail in your inner tube may cause Address F..r JOSEPH RAEHN, ,
lot of trouble and If lmo.17-17 Orlando, Fk.
yon a. ,expense. Kimonos Ribbons
'yon,trill me'Yuleoo-FTerine you win : Hosiery UnderShirts -
? have 'no trestle with' of Many Remedies, have been offered
punctures Collars
S SCR&S& & DICKSON any ,kiwi..' See it deaoBstrated at for, tire troubles, but none 'of them wear, Ties,, etc.,, ,at

r the. Hyer Stalky corner; Orange and equal' \Yulco-Fib erine for effectiveness 'Lowest possible 'prices all the time
See it
; Central aysuisa., ,. and 1ieajBe l. demonstratedat
THE, ,MEN'S OUTFITTERS r ___ :'the' Hyer. Stable, corner Orange t

'Till'.HOM..: OF HA T,'SCHAFFNER & MARX .... Wheaever yon 'want..:painting 'opaper1DldoBe and (:5tiat"aTenueL: #'$t
I 1 CALL and
,
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: CLOTHINGiiiiiiiitiimitiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiMiM, , In' a first,class man-' BE CONVINCED
'
.. .- ,<,. ,. " - - -- ' ,' her; it.will pay.yoa"toeall on W. T. Hot cross buns.. Hot "cross bun'.,
..' . .. ... ". -. > sr.. '..."'. ,PiM' ;atre.- t.. Rock's, :Bakery-. .....' ,. -- "
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: jt" : GWm JOTTINGS*. BUSINESS BOOSTERS: WANTEDCook, man or;'woman: DlH
-t-': ?" CLASSIFIED ', MMMiaem +,+NBuick
'4' ,: private family.;Apply Sentinel of.flce
BeineiBooeters'claafled adrertisements
')i 1 :.Mr8..P;, Uersen. ;aad twochanaingdaognten );received after. 10;o'clock-, ,. City. ,f. 8t' I.
I ,.of North.'Georgia,:ire yisitiflg midfiight,will be run in the "Too Late ;
: :... Boosters of fivelines, or.less proximately (man and wife) want the'manage- :
i i:; 'faiy., ment of,a European .hotel, ,
fo 30 .words-one time, 25 on salary
,11.t ...arried-At tie" home'oil Rev. C. cents; three times 50 cents;' one week or would rent good place. Address,
" X Saunders on Wednesday evening, ;six -daily and one' weekly editions) Hotel, P.O. Box 672. Orlando,:fla. 3t Users

l ,March.-' 12th, 1913., Miss: Nevada LOO; ,one,month, $3.00. MAN AND WIFE,' German want po- I : 110,000 ;

F 3Grant'of Geneva;;.Fla., ,to.Mr. Frank TO LET-Four room house in Concord sition. Man capable to drive automobile
,Pitts,'of.Macon/Georgia. ,Miss, Grant! Park. ,Rent, low.. Apply to J.. L and very handy with. tools 1
is lady possessing Frost,,'West Amelia_Ave. 4t around the house. Wife first class
many
; ; a young' cookexperience, best of references.I
Christian qualities which have endeared FOR SALE-Corner property, closein. I I Couple, Care Sentinel 3t Every One a BUTCK BOOSTER !
her to a' large number of. East of railroad. House of I
friends; Mr. Pitts' is an :energetic: eight rooms and bath; modern con- FOR SALE-New seven-room house
man Their veniences. Twelve fruit trees on with all modern conveniences. E.:
upright, young many the lot. A bargain at $4,000.00. H. Gore, 409 Anderson St.' ,
,friends join in wishing them much Address, "Owner," P.' 0.. Box, No. WANTED 7t.1
- down ,the. 225 6t COOK-Man or woman
happiness as they journey City. }
a private family. Apply to Sentinel J
;: ;pathway,of life. Rev.,C A. Saunders: LOST-A package containing hair, pffice, City. 3t.
:,of,the M. E. Church, South, performed -: between Livingston and West St.
the WANTED-To buy second hand fur-
ceremony. Finder rewarded
suitably bYleav-
'
niture. 209 W.
Pine St ItFOR
# Miss Bertha Jacobs, of, Chuoluota,i ing same at this office. 3t
is visiting friends in Geneva this week i RENT-Rooms for light house-
:Several Geneva's. young people FOR SALE-Small seedling orange keeping close in, 209 W. Pine St It.

y; F attended the school picnic at Chuo- trees in any quantity at five cents I'
each. 'G. T. HULL FOR SALE-New fifteen room priv-
loU last;Friday;, ate hotel in town of Taft. .Only auicKZa
'Mrs. Wl&. Gradick, of Jacksonville" Pine Castle road. hotel in town and doing nice business.

'if ,spending.a.while ,with her'daughter FOR SALE-New fifteen room prix Central location on two fine lots. Price .
:' ate hotel in town of Taft. Only $2,200. Address Nelson House, Taft,
,and family, K .AR. ,H., Pattishall Fla. 2wks
hotel in town and doing nice business.
.
!drL W.,B.. Raulerson made a?busi- Central location on two fine lots. '
ness'trip. to Sanford Friday. Wee 200. Address Nelson House, WANTEDr-To rent for one year or
., Fla. eight house II ,
Taft Mar. 14 2w more room centrally
located. M. C. Broome, Orlando, Fla. f There is a certain prestige that owning-your own

FOR SALE-Good Horse, Carriageand Box 673. Iw 15-22 ,
: INFANTILE PARALYSIS GERM.Announcement motor gives in community.
_, 4 Harness. For work on driv- II car you your
IS, FOUND. ng. Apply, trkFla. Wm., Halloway, Win- ROUEN DUCK EGGS for sale. Apply -
ter 12t Box 705, City. There is a certain satisfaction in knowing you' -

. by Dr. Simon Plainer I
BUY lot in Thornton Park nice FOR SALE-House and lot, south
a a
, own a car that win take anywhere and
: bring
;dean of the Rockefeller Institute suburb in east part of the city. Carl side of Lake Eola, corner Washing' you
of;,Reaseareh, New.York. City; that Jensen. ton and East street five blocks east '
. ,A of court house. Two stories semi-I you back. It is this,quality of dependability which
to:IM.found the germ which causes .
\, log house, living room, dining room,
SALE of land
FOR 40 fine in "
-- acres
infantile, paralysis, has aroused keenest '" Volusia County, near station and pantry and kitchen first floor, four has put'110,000 Buicks on the road, and it is this
g interest among scientsta and phyrfeians fine lake; $500. Terms. J. B. McKay, large airy bed rooms and bath on
eminent in'v their profession, city. second floor. One of the handsomest S ., same quality 'of. dependability which has made

who regard it aIone of,the most important FOUND-That the Sentinel reachesthe Orlando., houses in the best location 1633.in every one';of those 110,000 Buick users a Buick
people and is read. .
_
.diseoveriet of recent years.

Dr. Plainer, who stated that the or. FOR SALE- % acres with five-room WANTED-Four experienced orange I booster.. .
Y ganism_ ,was.,one of the smallest ever house on railroad only few hundred pickers and one teamster. Inquireat t
103 E. Robinson
:." identified, said that in,the cultivationof feet from stopping place. Plenty of morning before 8:30.A. avenue. Monday : The Buick overhead valve.motor has more power '
Jt,the use,of a medium freed from shade and small shrubbery. Ten to A. GOULD. "
twelve bearing orange trees, pears per cubic inch of'piston displacement than any
had been'found and
oxygen necessary and other small fruits. Good hunting -
,that because it could grow only in the and fishing, and especially suitedto I other, type of motor ever built.. It costs us more .
ahseace.of.oxygen, would never be thosewho come to Florida for, the ,I
found in'blood or in cavity containing winterand, like the, country.life with 'I to make it but costs you less to run'it.
any
: to 'town. J. P. Perkins
: easy access ; Oscar Hand
oxygen. Orlando, Fla. General' Delivery. !j
:Dr. Flexner, referring to, a treatise
,
by Dr..'Roseaan, Washington- setting OAK HILL is the beautiful sab-divis & Son It: ROADSTERS. AND TOURING CARS, $950 TO $1650, F. 0. B.
ion to the Northeast of the city and I II'
forth the discovery that infection
still, have some choice lots there. Successors to E, Hand I: t ORLANDO. Catalogue on Request.
with infantile paralysis
was Carl Jensen. X !. IIf
.caused by the stable'.fly, said.that in I. ,
F his own research lie had not been able foR SALE A nice house and corner i .FULL ,LINE OF COMI'I'.. ..

'r to',establish ,the fact, 'that, infection lot centrally located. FNit.trees PLETE HOUSE FUR- /_
.and flowers. Address H., care Sentinel NISHINGS (-
'was caused by.the fly, though he had 1t. r
BO doubt that Dr., Rosenau had done. Cook Automobile Co.
"* COME IN AND SEE
.r 10.. WANTED-By experienced man. Po- US'R
In the course of J 'experiments, he sition as floral and landscape gard-1: \\J" ,, ,I
ener, the taking'care of gentleman's WI Orlando FloridaLuttItIsnhsltulUhtrIlttItIIlttlItttttI1IInuuuhInn
said he had employed for observation
: ,
places during summer, or permanent,]
r otter ,insects whieh were allowed' toT not for a, home, would live ,on place SIGN PAINTING
; ileac moakeys infested with the disease if so desired, or as janitor of public I Jack Preston will, paint your I
dad foetid that ,the insects thus became buildings. ,Strictly temperate., Address -i sign on short notice. Good ;work. I
Philip Bunn, Orlando, Fla. 7t ,No. ,10 Washington,,.street 14-6t S"
Infected with the and
:....-., ," germ-' ,"re'tamed.It "- .
for a period, o.fr eight days, r *&**#*X**** **MMt' . .
bit he had not neeeeded in infecting HIMMMMMMMtMMMMIMMMfttMtMttimilimtMMfliShoe'women" .- 1 1 I '

monkeys With' the disease by,having "' LIGHT THE
r; '4t them.bitten,by insects"so infected. .; ... ., :-\ .

Discovery of!a serum:for the care ".. .- ,..., II
of the disease is looked upon by medical : PATH TO PROSPERITYMerchants

.i 'men here as'practicable and posJHE -

,aib1e.
: who use Electric Signs never lose

PROPOSED; ,ROAD BILL. their way by choosing the wrong road to' suc

: cess. You 'simply cannot fail to attract
ip new
TTie Times' has seen ,in the press .a
tad elsewhere an outline of .the provisions customers if you use an Electric Sign. It acts

; ,of,' the .proposed road ,bill : like an irresistible magnet, drawing all the '
greed ,by the conference held
upon
faf Jacksonville a short time, ago to : trade within its reach: That'is the reason

which will be submitted to:'the'legis- they command the attention of buyers.For .

'latore for passage atita approaching i :

session.We 'I
Every Store OwnerNo
:
have not ,had. an opportunityfor 4.'
a dose and critical study of its S .
details_a(we,hope to'enjoy later, but, w ja' oJ matter how small his business, the Elec-

-., ; as far'as we have examined, we are tric Sign is the cheapest and most effective
.of.the.opinion that it I,the' best bill j 'r1; .i4 ', .
advertising.Phone o
for the -an-iI Portant purpose to n
:which- is devoted that.we have hadnn ..- ...... .:.' ._..J .. for our Sign Designer to call and sub- 15I

opportunity of 'inspecting 'at any mit.a sketch. I I )!
time.since the of I I II
inception the agitation
'
No Trouble Us .No You. I )
..: to Expense to
x: for good roads., In fact, in some A-c Easter I )
I I
particulars, the bill ,follows the lines Io

of certain suggestions ,mode heretofore -
editorially in the column ,of,this EVERY WOMAN PUTS FORTH SPECIAL EFFORTS TO o p
paper, particularly 'in the matter of f APPEAR AT HER BEST. IT IS 'THE ,TIME WHEN : : I ORNDO WATER[ nilCOOK C I oI?

constituting.a state road commissionand MEDIOCRITY IN DRESS IS NOT TO BE CONSIDERED .'. \, a p
the.appointment of an officer FOR A MOMENT. HER COSTUME, HAT, GLOVES,AND : . po

called in the bill the state highway } : SHOES MUST, BE ABSOLUTELY BEYOND REPROACH. WITH 13 6i
? commissioner, whom we would suggest " IF SHE WEARS PATRICIAN SHOSE THEY ADD TEN. AS.v i >

be determined the state high- FOLD TO THE EFFECT OF A STYLISH COSTUME.

way engineer, instead, in order tot I

avoid confusing:,!him with the members i'Most ............. .......................................
of the state road commission. We Announce the Arrival of the .

' There are many wise provisions Famous Styles : ; Mooel m West urch
: St.
contained in the proposed bill, notable :. v I OCeij"

,among which is the plan for the .
*
issuance of certificates 'of indebtedness -- -
s "
Faster vorl
upon the part of those counties Fa t :: >

that may .be' unable to pay for their : 'TO FORMER ,CUSTOMERS, OF ,THIS

proportion of the highways that ,maybe COLONIALS; WHITE PUMPS, TAN ,PUMPS,: DULL STORE: WE BEG, TO STATE THAT

,laid out and ordered built by the PUMPS, WHITE OXFORDS, ANKLE TIES, NEW BUCKS . .: WE ARE OPEN FOR BUSINESS, AND

state commission. This is..similar to OXFORDS, PAT PUMPS, SATIN PUMPS, TAN OXFORDS, -: EARNESTLY REQUEST THAT YOU
,the plan.now'being discussed in this GRAY PUMPS, BLACK COLONIALS. WHITE. TOPS, -
CALL AND SEE OUR-LINE OF GOODS .
: ,
, county; for meeting' the cost of the _... GIBSON AND CHRISTY' TIES ',) , ".
I : OF WHICH WE HAVE A FRESH
< collection of the tares: that will ultimately " : .t
: ',,be sufficient,'to ;mest the, out THE SHOE WITH A'MILLION FRIENDS -,,' : ,SUPPLY .
.$ 50, . .$4.00 "
t lay. The 'agitation,and;discussion of 3.00, I I.
this state-wide bill' will doubtless i '


,sake needs'of of the passage.Hfllsborough bill intended,. county'for the the local easier THB HAMM ND&B.uN H MrANY! :! IGHTLm BROSII Pro SI P Phone !35


We cannot against/the discern' any passage tenable of the argument . .... ."'. ,c..: ............... .. i.J> .. .. _. .,_.." ...,."........' .......

conference,bill, butthink; that on its I ,
.'., merits it ought to.have plain sailing. '- r ':

1 =Tampa! Time.WANTBDrAna.. EAIlIsm.; : 'l1ll THE 'DS t

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TAFMTEMS. li II, .IIIIIII lt >I III III II. IIII- IIIIIIIIII,, IIII 1 llj '. III II IIIIIII I'
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Mr. .H Mr.,M., E.. Spregue left.. < :
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k for Tuesday tai afternoon.feoaeat:Bedford, MM&"on r. J'"t., ; (S. !!'! r TIMEIS JEWELRY

Mr. and Mrs..'N.',G. Garner, of Or- .
Undo, Wen visitors: here last .Friday '; -- '
en'route'from Tampa. ALMOST HERE AND IF YOU NEED ANYTHING IN

.A fine boy Was born' ,to'Mr.and Mrs.' TH1,LINE ,OF UP'TO DATE :DRY GOODS, CLOTHING,
j; N. Ahik,.March 14th.
.A "jolly crowd of.young folks,picniced - L HATS.AND- SHOES,.ALSO. LADIES' READY TO WEAR ,.
You
will find that
at:'Shingle Creek last Fridays DDS OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS COME TO B. SALO C'c we carry the best
,being the last day of school.
'Mr. and'Mrs.W.,E.fferofWin- lION- SATISFACTION GUARANTEED MONEY, and most popular lines.It '
'Chester,:Ini., were:the,Sunday guestsof REFUNDED. .
.Mrs..Mary F. Moone and Mr. and
Mrs. A. L., Wright' : is to your interest to visit our
)Ir. J. H. Estes was a business visitor B. Salomon OrlandoOkLANDO1ANk
_at Kissimmme and Orlando this y
where
week. s store we are always glad to show

;The. Rev. Colson, of Gainesville, t lilllll IIIIIIIII II II limiMMMIIimflllMIIMIIMMIIHIM/,
r FUu, who has ,been 'holding' a series ;.. you what we have for your needs
meetings. here returned home Monday
/ si
Rev. Colson preached some
very able and instructive sermons,
and was much appreciated. I ANr
,Mr. L H..Page and daughter, Edna, N TRUST COMP BRING- YOUR WATCH TO US TO REGULATE r

who have been guests at the, Nelson
House for sometime past,left Sunday EVERYTHING GUARANTEED
'for,a trip through the southern part Capital aa4'SarplBS and Undivided Profits $120,6190.
of the 'state.,
Hal,Estes, traveling salesman forth Total Resources over Three-f Barters of a MiffiM. r

Southern Drug Company, visited Allen & Co.
this'place Tuesday. Report of the Condition of Orlando .

,The Misses Martin and Ellison entertained i Bank and Trust Co, Condensed : a r
thirty guests at the Nelson ? "V' From
Report t*Comptroller
House last Friday night. A good social 4 t JEWELERS
9 ; e Feb. 4,1913RESOURCES
.tie was enjoyed playing games '
and a nice musical,-programme was ;i t
given. The decoration and souvenirs 4 Loans and Discounts .....$393,161.obq Orlando Florida
fr were emblematic of St Patrick's DayA ti ,,1 Overdarfts .............. 193.53 : ,
Stocks and Bonds ....... )
nice,lunch was served by Carl' Spba-. 26018.33 J
lee and- Yyman Bowman. Mr. I." H. f Real Estate, Furniture and 1
Page and daughter Edna, from near Fixtures ... .......... 25,853.44Cash i I D
.Binghampton, N. Y., and Mrs. J. B. a on hand and in Banks'215,08183 I
, Grant;form Swansea, S. 'C., were out .',' :
of town guests. 0 1660,31118 k
;;Mr. George W. Jenkins from Eliza- I LIABILITIES i 1
r
bethtown,'N. Y., was a guestof: J. H. may'M, Capital Stock'_..........100000.00 ; THE NEW CASH STORE
Estes last week. Surplus and Undivided !
Miss>Mable Dainels who has been Profits ... ........... 22,832.33 ' I
teaching in the public school here the I 1 4 < Deposits ... ............ 637,4ia85
; Cor.South and Hughey Sts.
4
past winter returned to her home'Monday v ..
at Geneva, Fla. !? $660,!11.18iW *
;A. L,Wright was a business. visitor' I WE BUY FOR CASH AND SELL FOR CASH. WE
in Orlando Tuesday. 4 We invite the attention of our ens. KEEP OUR EXPENSES.DOWN AND CONSEQUENTLY 4
.
'Miss FrancisNelson, was a guest of se tomers and,friend, to our statement CAN KEEP OUR PRICES DOWN 1
above and wish to assure them that
.-. and Mrs. Chris. Holdorph at
we appreciate their patronage and Our Prone No. is
Winter, ;Park, last Saturday.
; ask for a continuance of same.DQn't .
:E.*J,Leonard and _F.- B. Berge of
Scranton! ,.Pa;,who> registered at the forget that our deposits are And an Order will Have Prompt Attention, and will be
Nelson House Sunday wereherelook.: insured. 'I Delivered to Any Part of the City.D. .
A cordial
invitation is extended to
ing after:their Jnterests.
visitors in our city to call and a RAYBON
Mrs. E. M Thomas leaves this,week open Proprietor ORLANDO, FLA.
.lifted Stales Government,State and County Depository. an account with oa. '
for Cincinnati, 0., to visit her daughters I
Christine'and Edna, after which L ...

she will'return to her home, in Pitts- .: .. 0 .. 0. .. .., . ..... ....'..._. _........... . . . . . ........
: burg, PaMrs. I I .................-. .... . . ................- ..- .111111'- - - -.-

*v Mary .F. Moore 'was'a 'visitor. Jqhn Eveleith,.of_Orlando, who leave II '
in Orlando Wednesday. shortly for their former home at Kan- MRS. IARLEY'SFAMOUS
sas City, Mo. REAL (ESTATE( fOR SAlt j
. PINE CASTLE ITEMS. The Audubon Society of the school' M WORKS
entertainment
have postponed the
The first basball of the season ,
game afternoon
to Tuesday
they were give AND THE
at,this place was played Thursday until'next,Tuesday,,25th. The trend of Orlando's Growth is 'a
March 13th the
afternoon, by CHEROKEE ORCHESTRA
Pine Castle Juniors against' the Orlando LONDON REMAINS ON TOP Northeast. Lewter's Addition and \

.Second Nine. The Pine Castle / PRESENTED BY THE Sunshine Park are there. Near by
boys winning; 16 to 7. The captainof
the Orlando .nine is Alvin Dann Owing to danger to the great build. Rol: ins School of Expression is Paradise Hill. Let me show you 3
.
and he:had a set of good players with ing itself, from the.proposed excavations ,
him. The Pine Castle players are Bert thre will be no subway' built 1 LYMAN GYMNASIUM
,and Dow'Hansel, Millard Sullivan, R. through ,dhy part cf the grounds of:
.. Harris, Wm..livengoodjr-,., Eugene St. Paul's cathedral. London, according -: WINTE PARK
Hopper, Bob Etty ,and Ed. and to the_report of the London Coun- MONDAY MARCH,24TH, 3:30 P. M. F. A. Lewter
Percy Evans.L. ty Commission. The English have GENERAL .ADMIS SIGN: 50 CENTS. : '
A. Lee and Mrs. Lee,,of Conne- not,yet got so far in their craze for
ant, 'Ohio, have .just, arrived for a "improvement that they, will risk
short stay here. They are regular, their great public buildings in the effort .

'this comers season.'to"Pine Castle., but are late an inconsiderable to expedite travel extent.underground, \Ve rather to Pitrdnii Seue1 l A r lae r S

Mrs. S. Frank t Phillips,'Sunday entertained -, like the idea of keeping the buildiags Let us figure i your Job Prin Dg
her cousins. Mr. and Mrs., oat of danger, nevertheless .. .
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TheLargest. Best and Only . 'VAN T COMPANY INCLUDES '


First Class Minstrel organization '

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THE ONLY "HONEY BOY" -;
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COMPANY OF SIXTY PEOPLE ' k
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ri DOHERTY, JOSEPH GILLESPIE, JACK KENNEDY,

i EXACTLY THE SAME IN ORLANDO IN JACKSON-'t IJ RAYMOND MAXSON,.CHAS. LIFER JOHNNY BARRY

/t __ P J\ AND A BIG CHORUS OF SINGERS AND DANCERS '
.i VILLE AT,THE DUVAL THEATER., MARCH 15 AND 16 -

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: 2 Cars of Special Scenery '2 b k ( Concert. Band .and Orchestra

3 PRICES ft
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Me,75cll.ee art$1-50 Catered Bakety We, . /. wf DIRECTION OP EDW. Y. CUPERO

Seat Safe Owe Meriay, Hank 17ft, 9 a. m. rat '

V.W.ESTES1:; IRiJG STORE f BIG PARADE AT 4:30. P. M.I'I a ,
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I '.' : Vinela N. ,'J,' DecIreaFor, It By : :-

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:::.FOB THEFIRSTIIE IN ITS HISTORY ; -- '.. : By a vote"of nearly :three. to, one, .y.
: 'the voters of Vineland, at a special .., .

j F a .' ORANGE COUNTY HAS, election held yesterday, decreed that :... : . ,. .
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the commission form of governmentshall .: .

be adopted by the Borough. The .

.. A MILLION DOLLAR BANK total figures are 440 in 'favored the
. k rule 175 against ..a
new, and its adoption. '
Much! surprise is expressed all over

town that the majority favoring commission '. ,-

.. '', '.' .: ;. rule proved so large, but this .'

". .; l iej"we'riBt a Statement of Condition. of"'i-'' is easily accounted for when it is stated :
.
: f-' ;d* t that those back of. the movement TOTRAYIs.'the
: : \ < had workers not far from each district -

'! THE .polling place all day long as wellas

others to get out the vote.
best time to
The for the open your
primary nominating ofsix

STATE BANK OF ORLANDO candidates for the three coD1II1 s. account, arrange for your

. sioners to be elected, will be held'on

t Tuesday, April 8. Petitions with not difficulties, or talk over your
At the Close of Easiness'March 18th, 1913 ':. less than 25 signers are needed by
.. affairs !
with the "National"Bank
only
candidates, same to be filed with the ,

Borough, Clerk, ten days before elec- in this vicinity.
RESOURCES LIABILITIES tion and a list published in all of the

Loam and Discounts $540,836.49 Capital Stock ......$.60,000.00Ovwdarfta ally The papers.municipal election will be held You will find us deeply inter-

........ 250.30 Surplus......... 35,000.00 : On Tuesday; May 6. ested in anything that is your
Stocks and Bonds .., 71,05189 Undivided, Profits... 4,499.31 Vineland will have three commissioners -

Furniture and 'FixDEPOSITS .......1001543.05 I, each of whom must be a citizen welfare.

tunes .,.......... 13,363.23 I having resided here at least two Bring troubles well .

Real Estate ...... .. 6,585.50. years. They take their seats on,the your as as

a. Cash, on hand and =".x Tuesday following,the municipal election your deposits to
t'' ,due from 'Banks.'. 458951.95 ; : and at their first meeting, chooseone

., to preside,to be known as Mayor,'
: ,'
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;: $1,091,042.36' 1091042.36 who is also Director of the Depart-

'\0." .... .::. .', J went Safety of and Public receives Affairs a salary and of Public not i[ PEOPLES[ NATIONAL l l"Ills BANK

more than $1000 per annum. Each of

.' ,. .- the other commissioners may receive a pleasure to serve yea."

On the Merits(of the Above Statement we $i750 a year, one of whom will be Director

,", of the Department of, Streets,

Parks, Public Property and Improve- .
SOLICIT YOUR BUSINESS ments, and the other Director of Rev-

nue and Finance. Terms are for four .
years. Meetings must be held at least ,

;'. 1.r - - - . ........ ....... ............. ... .. once each week. .
.IIIIIIIII- IIIII- IIIIII... . . .. ... . . . . .... . . The Commissioners may create such , ..

h .: subordinate boards and appointive officers -I ., -' .

A 'MAINE MAN SEES VALUE EUGENE HUNT, PROMINENT as they deem necessary and fix
ORLANDO INI COMMISSION MERCHANT their salaries. -

:._._ PASSED AWAYYESTERDAY. With the acceptance of this, the

Mr.W. H. Eaton, wife and daughter I law state that Council and all other

of) Old ,Orchard Beach Maine, after officers elective and appointive shall
having spent about four months in After lingering between life' and immediately cease,' excepting tije .

,Orlando,. win begin their journey death for two weeks following an Board of Education, Firemen and the

northward in a few days, going via I automobile accident near Cola Police, the latter being recently placed GRAFTERS IN HAIR.
'St Augustine and Jacksonville, where hathie, Mr Eugene Hunt, a prominent under the tenure of office act.
Banks areYictims of Bold Frauds.
a short stop will be made. Mr. Eaton fruit and vegetable buyer on I A petition signed by 25 per cent of
New York N. Y.-Private detectives
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:and family left,their home in Maine the east coast, passed away .yesterday the voters can act for the removal of ,-'--.
are scouring the country todayin COMPLETE
with their minds folly made up to afternoon at three o'clock at thie a commissioner. Vineland Republi
: I [ search for Antonio Musica and.his
winter,in St. Petersburg again. But Bryan hotel in Fort Lauderdale. STOCKOF
I
who
can.The son, Philip, dissapeared recently
.at the arDe solicitation, of friends I It was believed that the injuredman above newspaper is handed to coincident with the discovery of alleg- /'

obey stopped.off at Orlando, and thekauty was slowly recovering, and yesterday the Sentinel byDr. J. C. Howell, now irregularities in connection with I

and' substantial outlook herepeated afternoon conversed gaily with of this city, but who up to a year ago importations of human hair. Behind ,

'; ., to them so that I they remained his wife only a few minutes be- lived in Vineland, and besides practicing -. the transactions, according to banks
and Mr. Eaton'has shown. his fore ,his death. Mr. Hunt's friends his profession, did the editorial
concerned lurks loss of
a possible
good :judgment and faith in: the city were permitted to call upon him dur- work on the "Insurgent" which ad-
$300,000 here and abroad. The American Spring
-
by becoming: a liberal purchaser of ing the last few days of his life, the vocated commission government while Bankers' association, acting for
Orlando real eatate. It will be re doctors believing that the worst had the Republican opposed it
the complainants, the Bank of Man
membered that he purchased that been 'past, and all entertained hopesof As an instance of how the efforts ofa Styles
hattan, the Anglo-South American
splendid site known as the Colonel his rapid recovery. He was wen good man directed at the right are
bank and the Bank of Montreal, is
Jewel homestead at the corner of known in Miami as in most of the sure to bring forth fruits so .manifestly prosecuting the search.So ..
< Anderson and Osceola streets.. Be. other towns along the coast, and his good that even his competitor,
far
only one bank, the Anglo-
:cides .this he purchased two of those unexpected demise will cause much 1 when at himself, will acknowledge his South American, has fixed its exact .
very valuabe lots at Summerlin place sorrow among his many friend worth, we cannot refrain from noting
: loss. To cover this an attachment for FASHIONABLE
'between ,the Court house and lake Mr. Hunt was born fifty-eight the pointed and honest comment oi issued
the firm
$134,687 against
was
Eola; and four lots in Colonial Park. years ago- in the state of New York, the editor of the Republican in these .of A Musica & Son. AND
and if he stays around a few days coming to Florida in 1879, and set- words: "To the Insurgent-Our good *
Antonio Musica the father is
., longer, he is liable to take unto tling in what is now Lake county. In deeds live after us. 'Nuff said." sev- eecomvcStraw
enty years of age and formerly wasa
1890 he married Miss Eliza Pierson,
himself :more titles to, Orlando soil Dr. Howell is now laboring un- cheese As such he
importer.
that'is gradually creeping up in value. of Claremont, two sons, John and selfishly for the welfare of Orlando. :charged with underweighing frauds was
Mr. Eaton fully intends spendingall Bruce, being born to them. He wasa
the time but
by government some ago,
member of the :Masonic fraternity,
of his'winters in this city, beingIn
CHILDS BUREAU IN COMMERCEDEPARTMENT 'the old took
son, Philip, thirty years ..
holding his membership in the BayBiscayne
business north
the summer hotel .
all the blame and was sentenced to
he can arrange very nicely to be hereafter lodge in Miami. ,
prison. This was commuted by Presi-
October,first Like many others The body was prepared for burial In the last year of Mr. Taft's administration I dent Taft. Since then both father and Hats
by the W. H. Combs Co., and was
need of electric
Mr. Eaton the an
sees
a children's bureau was .son have specialized in hair goods.Not .
between Sanford and Or- taken to Minneola, Fla., on this morn-
railroad
created in the department of com- only have the two male members -
lando. It is""his judgment that this ing's train. The funeral services merce and labor. It was one of the of the family disappeared, but "
will be .in charge of the Masonic fra-
must if Orlando advances much
come. results of our wakening consiousnessof the detectives are unable to locate
the
farther, and located in the north ternity, lodge at Winter Garden the importance to the state of con- .two daughters, Grace and Louise. ,
among interurban roads as he is, he extending the honors. Mr. and Mrs. ditions affecting children, and its es-
A. B. McNiece and Mrs.:: Hunt will Brown &
is fully'aware of the'great importance tablishment was welcomed /by social NATIONAL GAME INTERESTSTHE Lartigue
-. of these to the public and also knows accompany the body to :MineolaMiami -- students and by intelligent- public PRESIDENTIt

{ that they are good dividend getters.It : Metropolis. _. opinion everywhere.At is an item of good omen, in some

is a, matter of importanee that the head of this bureau was respects, that President Wilson takes
:this interurban road take on definite .. MARCH. placed Miss Jufla
an expert Lathrop, an active interest in baseball, and will
form verjlOOn. upon whose shoulders was placed the attend such of the games as are "pulled -
Certainly there is no more unpop- heavy 'and' critical task of organiz- off" in the District of Columbia this -

'MORE BUILDING FOR ORLANDO. ular fellow in the signs along the ing the new work and developing it year.,'as he can without doing injustice

Every time an old building disappears Zodiac path than this same boisterous upon right lines. This is expert work to the consideration of such important

., and a'new rears its head, the i hoodlum month of March. Save in and might,very well take a lifetime. national matters as ,the selection of BASE BALL

public rejoices. This not alone because the kinder southern latitudes, March It is emphatically nonpolitical and cross roads postmasters, collectors o f

; the wiping from the map of dilapidated -I II has few apologists and no lovers. more. emphatically nonpartisan.' revenue districts, foreign ambassadors

land-marks and putting in The general contumely heaped It is to be hoped that the new ad- etc., etc. The love and enjoyment of

their place a building that smack, of I upon a month usually voted a churl ministration at Washington will do sport is a good characteristic and one STETSON UNIVERSITYVS.
lis doubt due to the rough horseplay
the twentieth century; not only adds I no nothing to weaken or lessen the efficiency in which the mighty millions ,of the
to the physical appearance to a community .I, of its cool winds.. Not merely of this department as it is American people will greatly sympathize -

but adds to its physical value . is it a case of flying hats, and rudely one that should be in ,no wise a po- We shall be glad to hear that .
lifted 'skirts but dust.and
stinging
,
and increases the safety against' : litical affair. President Wilson is taking a hand

fire and,windstorm. These conditions raw' frigidity. I from the grandstand, in interesting I ROLLINS COLLEGE
I Yet, after all why be 'fearful of .
,
are worthy of ,consideration, and the BOY BRAVERY. contests, 'even if he is led to go so
wind? The older people never
man who has this in mind in his' accounts ,mere far as to join in the not infrequent
'with the is that t were. They did not wear on their A singular accident is noted an the
public to extent I very yell, umpire.
'public benefactor. The prev&i1..1 heads those abominations of desola in the New York papers. On Wednesday Friday, March 21'
tion, the silk and derbi'and peach GRAND-THEATRE. i
ing spirit among property owners of a boy, 19 years old, .saved.the
basket hats: Elastic coverings in "For Mother's Sake" Cinea-dra.
Orlando to build up a safer, saner and life'of a woman at East ,Wflliston L and
hats like sailor to the
or soft, a
greater Orlando is making of it a caps L, by dragging her from uofer the ma.
mast wheels'of train Island "Pierre, of the North," Selig-dra
the
city of homes. a. ,on. Long
22WINTER
With no worriment for fear lest of French-Canadian Sat\U'day.March
i' The announcement that the, old railroad., Indoing'this,. both:of.:his ma. :Story a ttraPPf'
Mr. March: leave >you bare headed, a in_ the frozen North.
legs were crashed bat he'did fit
building at corner of Main and Church own ,
: tussle with his fresh tricksome. guStsof "The Broken Heart" Essanay I
at
street are. to succumb to the march seem to' ..'mind'.it: "In''fact. _for. yearsago
"
ozone should be a veritable pleasure drama. ,
of progress :and that, H. H. Berry be lest. both legs. by.txsiag"ran .
and J.. P. Holbrook will" erect a'new to the well man or:woman.' The over, by.a,train'and..the legs'that he .A Vietrola,.Operatic Concert: Win PARK

building ,facing north on Church I dislike of 'March. is 'an.oitgrowthof" lost this'l+wt t me here irtiI'eie be. given< ,by'the"DreLattner.: Co.,
'
r Street will be:welcome news. A gar I an",indoor' and:furnace,..heated."ge..- AH'the-save fe henfe'deed'terns at..the Gnai- Theatre/ Friday after'bigi -
Mt Clan (Mieh.Piee.MENDM880HN.CLUB4:; ,. .; : g'atl:16., :This JH8 e-
iortheiuFamoUl' Ford," ,will' be $ ooirMriava;-.ja. u; "i "nainlfire aoofi, ". '
age ;.: 1
.f ,. : al.CM id".if ary will_ .be OJ., GAMEAT3P.M.AiUsfeftSfc .. 1
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c erected thereon.. Mr.Holbrook. .. lean I' :: JWv vviMMRSSft Ut VHBMMooffct -
"expert.salesman""aad Mr..Berry is an 'wI' i..n ri, :to'fenisk .kfa:wftfc ea free to L aB:. 'feUan of. ticket' to .the. GrMd Stand FreeThird .

4.e expert..workman,'aad together,".w8l.be I' Owing to::tfce'aWeaee ef;Prs! l lI *?.Hr. pair of laft .fo. tke."aaeatap-; .. ..'. ...!,. -'.lit.1f.; 'k'. ;-". . .-'_.. series for the Ister-Colefiite Chapmio&shlp ?f

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