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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 21, 1913
Frequency: daily (except monday)
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando
Coordinates: 28.533611 x -81.375833 ( Place of Publication )
 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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Source Institution: University of Central Florida: Florida Digital Newspaper Library
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'VOLUME ONI. ORLANDO, FLORIDA, FRAY; MARCH 21ST,? 1913. 1
NUMBER 34.




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TO VISIT--ORLANIX WILSONRESIGNS_ P LAYED BY WILSON ADMIRAL EATON ANNOUNCED TODAY THE CITY' COUNCIL



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PRESIDENT- NOBLIT OF STATE SECOND ASSISTANT DEE HAS EDITOR AND CHEMISTS -
PUBLISHER OF FOUND' TRACES OF GERMAN SPECIALIST TO MAKE PAVING
STREETS
OF
: ORGANIZATION WILL' HAVE TAKEN CHARGE-RE'PRING MEXICO CITY CHARGES CONSUL POISON AND AUTHORITIES KNOWN IN WASHINGTON DISCUSSED. ORLANDO

THEM HERE SATUR2 2 SECRETARY WAS HELD WITH INDIFFERENCE ,CHARGE HER WITH OUTCOME OF FIRST ORDINANCE RE. ,
LATING
DAY MORNING.: OVER TAFT TO PLUMBERS
FROM IN
OVERTHROW OF PLACING IT IN PATIENTS HE HAS
PASSED.
OTHER MATTERS *
1 edaJ'to tilt Sentinel REGIME. MADERO. HIS FOOD.Special TREATED.

Mr. Jos. L Guernsey returned DISPOSED OF.
yes- gpecfcterday l to The SentineLWashington Special to the Sentinel
to the SentinEl. pecUl to The Sentinel
from the National
Hardware
March 20.-Hunting. San Francisco, Calif. March The City Council met in regular
20.Charging Hingham, Mass., March: 20Mrs. New York '
retail March
dealers association, which has : .-Dr. Fried
session last
ton Wilson, assistant and cting that Ambassador Wilson is Eaton, widow of Rear Admiral Jos. the night with all members
been in session man, German
at Jacksonville this Bacteriologist
Secretary of State, has resigned the t responsible for the overthrow of G. Eaton, was arrested here today who present except J. T. Seegar, Chair
week, and brings' a, message of ,enthusiasm office the Madero is making tests of his-serum for man Smith presiding. s
and insisted immediate
upon acceptance government and the sub- and charged with the murder of her cure of
from that tuberculosis, announced today
great body of representative of the resignation because isequent shooting of Francisco and lusband. She witness After the transaction of preliminary
was
a
today that he
men from all would treat only the '
haling parts of his radical difference of opinionwith Suarez, Herbibesto Frias, Mezicas at secret inquest into her has patients business, there was an informal
'of.the United States. selected by the
nband's government experts discussion
the administration regarding it author, editor and publisher of Mexico death. of the street paving question
Jacksonville handed these and urgently requested all oth-
men the Chinese policies. City, arrived from Mazatlan to, She drove from her home in and some figures submitted by '
keys to the and an ers not to come to New York at
" city gates gave them a President Wilson immediately ac.I day fleeing from Diaz soldiers whohad automobile, accompanied by two pres. City Engineer Ramsey as to cost of
' ant he
lavish welocme. St Augustine po as would not see them.
cepted the resignation: been offered a reward for his licemen.A paving, in which it was stated that
through her Board of Trade and loea1l I cap Dr. Friedman gave clinic today for
the
cost of
Mi. Wilson, like all assistant seers Harvard chemist found paving with brick, according

hardware men extended an earnest invitation ]I tarietend in the various departments; tureFrias declared version of Made corrosive poison, and the tracesof State deformities and joint disease, treating to the plans of the paving t

to the association to visit the thirty-five patients with
dty of storied fame .and the I Attorney ill except one were children under
of form to President Be charges the late width would cost about $17,000
invita-I I Wilson directly president and' F. Barker of Brockton charge she sixteen. He per
lion announced
was accepted and the that the firs
I uponMr the latter's,aaaumption of omce. Suarez were murdered in the palace administered the fatal substance mile. The street committee had under -
to
official bulletin
feasted from the of the giving f
gardens sea,(: ,'Wilson was requested to continue Editor Frias said he did not charge the former naval officer, presumably mst progress o contemplation about six miles of
in the casino on the seashore w.here patients treated on Friedman's
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in his place until it should be colvenient !- that Consul Wilson took active part i in his food. paving, which Included Orange avenue

dam and fish are a bountiful crop. 1. for the President to name his against the Madero administrationbut ,I The _admiral was found dead in arrival here will be given out i in to the stand pipe, portions of west
Mr Jackson of Lakeland; Washington tomorrow.
presidentof I I'saccesaor. He to he declared if Central avenue, portions of.
consented do so to Mr. Wilson had I bed beside his wife, whi,is more than west
the
,state organization invited this I. accommodate I Secretary Bryan in his taken a different attitude than he did,1 twenty years his junior. The admiral CENSORSHIP ON Church. Boone street from Church
national BALKAN
to visit his
body likewise NEWS
sty, ;deal to make. his present visit to the plot to overthrow Madero would was sixty-five years old. street to Mr. Boone's residence, Lake t'I
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Kisaimmee, and Tampa haveasked I not have I' I Lueerne. T\rtl 4"IAWO fit MAin_ ftlttAA. 4
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,themto visit" their t Linen oln,.Neb 'alka.I succeeded.Col I The Eaton home was at Norwell, Special to the SentineLVienna -- ---- n___

dties. respective I e_issue of the statement from the Bauche Alcalde, editor of New i twenty miles from Boston. Mrs. Eaton March 20.-Strict censor north, Central avenue east to and

r i White House defining the administ Era, who also arrived today Grit I.] the admiral's widow, declared her ship has been placed on all Balkan around Lake Eola, portions of Magnolia .

[_ .Mr. Guernsey, in behalf of the.ci ty I tion''' .attitud regarding the Chinesei cized the part played by Wilson in!husband had been suffering from war news and issues of several to- avenue and other short sections. '
of'Orlando addressed association
in his usual, felicitous manner the n I i loan negotiations is believed to have the overthrow of Madero. stomach trouble for about two years days' papers containing accounts of I After a somewhat extended discussion -

calling
their attention i been regarded by Assistant Seer and that his death was really due to sailing of the Austro-Bungarian I Councilman Simms moved they

to the City Beautifully 1 I Wilson as sufficient to justify ELLIOTT OFFERED AM BASS ADORSmp. a dinner of roast pork which he tem fleet to make a demonstration off the the city solicitor be instructed to
, and inviting them to in the
atop land j him in to be coast of Montenegro draft a resolution requesting the state
requesting relieved at days before he died. Mrs. Eaton were confiscated -
of the far famed blo880m'and! Special to the
orange Sentinel l
OQC from duty; said her by the government. legislature for permission to bond the
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; Washington, March Dr. Chas. husband had a ninety pound
enjoy:the J hospitality of the city noted :

for its generoBS. and kindly spirit!I William Elliott, former presidentrvard of hog killed and dressed and that then The Reich-Post said the demonstration i city to an amount not exceeding
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$100,000
A.BmNG HOBSE he would be made to enforce for street improvements
himself the
Ha University is cooked the greater portion ,
. toward the whole world, and when being urged seconded
z Guernsey' had finished his address Mit by, President Wilson to accept the of 1 this hog with vegetables and ate Austrian demands upon the Balkan|\ by Mr. Holland. Then came

: This morning Brnee was.c not only- the sense, ,but the sincere his. ambassadorship to the Court of St pounds of the meat. Shdeclares once
that
: desire of that'convention to visit big,sorrel horse onto town,and tch-I James, which was declined by Richard this brought pn the illness Compliance with this would stop thei[ $50,000 was sufficient: as tin ,

Orlando and old Orange county. Consequently '1 Jed it.in front of M rek's Drug Sto e: Olney, of Boston. It can only be said I which caused his death. siege of Scutari.. ._. '... .... j j1v abutting property owners would have
I
]AI, several people.pa&ted- Ji rse. |[ ,Elliott has not Definitely declined I I ... ...._ n half to pay, which would give the
f a: ,special' train wfll bring( bth.Dr. l ...._.. 0l city in fact
mide'attei m. MILLIONAIRE $100,000 for
them'bat, that ey l A LUMBERMAN IS I! paving.' (Mr.
:: them two hundred and fifty strong to I 'r- to accept the P sitiotS. SQUIB FROM JIMMIE. '
Walker
.' I[dodged him 'until 'Mr. I < DEAD. overlooked the fact that d
Jay Campbell i j
,Winter Park tomorrow morning This information does not come The editor of a neighboring publication .:u !around
j the lakes
about 7 o'dock and automobiles wfll an"enderly .gentleman, came walking: direct from the White House, but isedge I recently there are abutting

meet, I along and passed near'the,outer I j known went away to a convention Pasadena, Calif., March 20.-E. W, property owners on one side only
and to
them whjsk.. them t ardund | represent the facts of theme and left the '
paper
in charge of and here
a Special to the Sentinel the
; of the walk in order to permit so I ;j1: city will have three?
through the streets of w.eODmnmitJ{ situation) # minister. While Brooks the millionaire
he lumberman
< children to I was gone the fo of FJ:fourths of the expense to ) Mr.
and'no ,
{, 6f: beautiful 'home*,.'amidst ,splendid he pass, sooner had President Wilson and his assistants i lowing letter came from a auburn Chicagq, died of contusion of the s i Walker stated that he had pay. talked
: gotten opposite the horse than .j
groves, not ,forgetting to :gaw upon the refused positively to discuss the matter er: brain today at his residence here j'I with number '
a of the
brute JI rich .
made the
;" a dive at him, grabbing : men,
i these ,noteworthy institutions because of the embarrassing position "You know due to
damm I an accident last
Campbell in the well paid m y Thursday, heavy tax payers of the city and they
fleshy of the
f New Sethinole'hoW and Rollins C. part In which the administration will subscription when I when he.feU down
was in town las{. a flight of stairs. were satisfied and
would vote for
;; leg, of which,a11 orlando. is justly feet and Mr.literally Charles Lord lifted whd him off his t be placed if two men decline to accept If I get any more such letters as I received He leaves a widow and daughter bond issue that would assure the '.pav.ng a.

witnessed .
proud. From Winter Park they will -I this most important diplomaticx last'week I will come down and He was founder and senior memberof of the streets talked of '
the affair and he
: .some to Orlando, via the marl road ran ,to his rescue. The at the disposal of the government maul hell out of you"The Brooks &; Ross Lumber Company, thought $50,000 for '
: arm WhichWas beffip bien and-bruis. ample that.
and Orange avenue,to Amelia avenue, ed I : minister answered: of Chicago, one of the largest concerns I Mr. Simms suggested that there
was
promptly dressed in .
:thence. : across to Magnolia ave., thence anteseptics -I "I have been trying to' maul theN t in ,the country. were others to consider besides the
and 'it that
:. nment, thence south along Main street is'not expected the A BIG DAY IN THE OLD TOY thing out of the editor for the !
wil past rich men and said that there
: to. Lucerne Circle around the lake wound give Mr.Campbell any seri-j Saturday will be a big day 'in Or-|.ten years and if you will really comedown POPE DOES NOT SEE DIAZ. i'a whole lot, of little bugs were '

i ',to.Orange avenue, thence back'to the ous trouble other than a very sore lando. In the morning the National and maul it out for"me, then, city who felt that around the'
for they entitled
arm week were
a two.
or
San; Juan hotel, where they will I Retail Hardware association will be my dear sir, I have twenty members Special to the SentineL to :

:"' 'breakfast Such vicious horses ought not be city guests; at 10 o'dock the countyexecutive of my church: I will have Rome, March 20.Professor Mar- some consideration and they could a

permitted ,to be tied the I you operateon. chiafava vote as hard as any body and any
: ,It will .-require about fifty autos on business committee will meet in the ." consulting physicianPope to bond
streets without a muzzle. With small I Pius, refused today to allow issue that did not take into ac- :
from Orlando,.which with the Winter court house and in the afternoon the

\ 'Park autos will'carry 'the.crowd. children passing by such an animal committees from all over the countywfll "HONEY the Pontiff to receive Gen. Porfirio count some of these outlying districts .

is most dangerous and serious resultsmight BOY" MINSTRELS )iaz. He considered that the would be voted down and he
.There are several ladies, .in theparty meet to perfect plans for corking aulience I I thought it
ought to be.
follow. Horses known to sin the would be a dangerous strainon
Sanford bottle of
> and a pretty idea is for up county
very a
.committee from the Civic any wise cross should not be hitched division fermentation.Three f George Evans' "Honey Boy" Minstrels the Pope in his weakened condiion. I Mr. .Gwynne said that he was in

.Rosalind. Club to meet and,League greet th esdeon the streets where people are frequently big meets, all of 'importanceand . appeared. . . at- the -Lucerne Theatre I I favor of a bond issue large enoughto

passing. last nignt before a large audience. improve these main streets com
ladies and present them, with liberal all will be full of enthusiasm, and The
splendid ing into the
: program was given in a COLLEGE GERMANS city over which there
boquets of blossoms of which i it is a safe propsoition to say that MEET.
orange manner to please all within the theatre. was an enormous amount of travel
A DOUBTFUL COMPLIMENT much of the future ,
of
the ladies of the nor.th'Te heard good Orlando
sovmnch .
{.i The company is a large one, carries Special to the Sentinel and it was justas important to improve
Mr F. A. Barton of and of :
Newark N. J. Orange county is involved in
and know little and will ,
so appredate I a big, expensive scenic production New York, March 20.-Representa-: these as the streets around the
with his family, who the actions of these three
>- so greatly. are traveling rby I meetings. ,and has some splendid talent rives; from Yale, Harvard; Pennsylvania lakes and he was in favor of paving

j If business houses and homes along1the the auto north from Tampa to their home in I among the singers and commedians. Williams, Wesleyan, Brown,i around the lakes, but wanted to pro

j' route described would'decorate it stopped off in Orlando :)'eS- ORLANDO POULTRY FARM
.. Charles Hilliard, the female {roper- Swarthmore, John Hopkins, Syracuse, I vide at the same time for the other
terday. ,Mr. Barton said that Orlando Mr. W. E. Hale, an
expert
would show poultryman
enterprise and a wed come I sonator, is one of the best in his line .Valparaiso University and other institutions streets. That the pity was growing ,
;:'that was famouns for her man from South Carolina, has (
would be
to attract purchased
sure I of work and of George Evans, it met at Columbia Universi- and if we wanted it to .
continue
That streets. He made the statement that ten acres of land of Mr. Carl
;f these are people'o y of i may be said that he is funny enoughto ty. today for the first annual convention to grow, we must make the =
the stir.he had been told at Kissimmee that Jansen, immediately south of the
highest'respect city
; none will do I make anybody laugh, even before of the intercollegiate band of outlying streets better.
It when he struck the Orlando sty limits and is installing an to date '
is fair to presume that the 6r- : up poultry he"says a word. The minstrels German dabs Chairman Smith said that he
'. he would find the worst streets his i farm. was ,
Undo hardware fair on will I I I
men are a representation be given a hearty welcome whenever the second highest'tax
.: trip, and he had He with payer in the
of hardware 'men the actually found i it so, brought rim two hundred
they come this way. BAN ON FREE city and was.willing to '
stand
LUNCHES. his
country 'over, and the fact that the and followed up by saying that he thoroughbred hens of the white wyan- share of tax
sufficient
a
a'Orlando hardware dealers could not understand why the prettiesdty hot and Indian game varieties and to give the
are among MASSACHUSETTS Special to The Sentinel city good streets
MAN IN OR- including these outlying .
the betweet Tampa and Jacksonville will operate his poultry farm under '
: \ ,best citizens of the community, Jefferson
LANDO City, Mo., March 20.- streets and lake Lucerne what
should have the< worst streets in that, scientific methods. These
| interested
in church social and poultry
Governor
po- Major today singed the bill they wanted; that there were other
Btical affairs that have to do with the whole distance. i farms are great paying institutionsand
Mr. E. Hammel making it unlawful to free people to consider
: of Lynn, Mass., has serve besides' the people
After more
uplift and welfare of. the community,J speding several hour in i and are needed in this county I lunches in Missouri. living in these I _

"indicates who our visitors ing the city over they continued their: It is not generally known that there purchased a beautiful of Mr. Aug- localities

are. ust Nathan on Lake Eola and will Alderman Walker stuck to his
lids journey northward. The entire famiiy .: are many hundred dozens
then is the class of men who are eggs shipped have constructed WEATHER REPORT. original
during the summer proposition. Finally, Mr. '
were delighted with Orlando and 1 into Orlando winter to
Jo spend few every
a hours in our city, Sat- supply
Smith
beautiful home. -
sale
praised everything but the hotel a The was mad proposed a compromise that
streets. our great trade.
wday. Let i
then notableday
make it
us a through the Carl Jansen agency. Florida-Cloudy Friday with colder they cut the amount to $75,000 if

in, Orlando. I I CHIEF DEAN HAS BROKEN LEG. Mr. Hammel is originator and designer In"north portion. Saturday, generally 1 Mr. Walker would agree to vote for
ENJOYING THEIR
VISIT.
of the fair with colder in north and central-that amount
: I Messrs. Frank Chief William Dean of the wagon lunch counter,
,
and Fred Foster city
TWO
,
STORMS SWEEPING COUN" which has proven a popular institution portion. r. Mr. Simms _and Mr. Holland said f
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fire
department met with I
former Orlando boys, now of the a painful
TRY accident afternoon in great cities .and are great k I!that they would be willing to change
state of yesterday which I
great Pennsylvania
'in
,
: --1' are money'makers. Mr. Hammel has accumulated A pin is ,ordinarily a very small their motion to that amount if he

Sttefal to TW Sentiad.Washington the city visiting old time friends.Major will lay him up for month. or more. thing, but when I
it sticks in tire I would
a snug little fortune out of your vote for it. The question on
Foster father While working on.the hoof of the
D. c., Karch'ao.Two to these boys, it
the neterprise and'like the wise amounts to a good deal YulcoFiberine I the original motion of $100,000 was
X jirefl denned storms} wide- at one time, was the owner of the large fire horse, the horse made a man '
causing that he is, he comes to Orlando fora : wflj stop pin or nail II put to a vote and carried, with Wal-
spread; precipitation,, exist; in i 'the Hyer Livery barn and the B. M. sudden move to chase a fly and threw winter tam instantly and -pune-I her ..
home prevent and Jackson .
where he have voting
can the against it
;oar tr 1 today,'the Weather Bureau Smith grove south of the dty. the leg which Mr.- Dean. had between it demonstrated I
best that the Hyer Stable Both Smith
this great state has to offer. I and Holland made
:'reporting .one centered< in 1 tie Jake The boys see much improvement his knees {in such a manner as to
corner
and
Orange Central i
| .region,and another over theF plateau. to ''u.edty and ire enjoying 'their strike i him on the leg with considerable avenues. statements that are truisms, namely,
that
?. ,On this, the last'day of,the. winter stay as they have their.',wives with weight, .breaking the bone of'Mr. BLACK'S CONDITION CRITICAL I I people. do not object to paying

1:.season. the thermometer .at tarn; than on their first ,trip to Florida Dean's leg about,midway, betweentJie Make .up your mind that you ,wfll I taxes if they get value received fat

knee 'andthe Sptekl_ to the Sentinel advertise ,tomorrow in the 'Sunday] return therefor, and they believed In
fJl registered twenty-two de- In a duck hunt up on Lake A popkahlrty ankle.
flew Troy, N. Y., March 20 -The.condition i- Sentinel, the only paper of its kind putting Orlando to the front wife ;
carried I
{....'Wew ,ero. a few,days ago,' they bagged to his home'where
; ,of, former Governor pfifcUafee is olds section. good .streets.
Frank It
S. win be
t Cold: 'wave warnings have,been "I&J tiro' d... the iraetars.wo. reduced by Dr.; PertOBs -
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Black, who is suffering from valvular sail by hum l In the matter/ of furnishing tile
seed 'for ,'asaiffted by Mrs. Van.BuBkirk.Tenpir .
among other points :Okkkoma s .. : '
disease of the r > paving of north Orange
heart was grits to .ayeaoe; Muse

---. ., tie Texas..and.Panhandle, , t'Ii Arkan-:' ,.-..."::P it. ,j( :; yeaei .,e r ; / cent:off;oa:?all tinea' ,and days :'Be'.is uaeoasdoBS tad -may.not" We. do"ill .km*, of'Job printing. kited that Oe,,_w k:w eeld+ p*'.

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i \Hoffman. @s & Bradshaw 1I ': Magnificent Showing of
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Bryant Herbert and Mays wife. and wife to Lewis I [ :

'Edw. K., Capp to R. A. Carey.J. I We wish-to announce to our friends, and the public generally, I

Fertier. W.,. Miller and wife to 0 G. that we have formed a partnership under the II New Spring Suits

.' 1 above firm name, for a general
Jos. p. Mitchell to Frank H. Davis. 5
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cjj Cummfngs.. I Real Estate. and Insurance .( and Dresses
Prosper Colony Co., to Bertha M. n '
Hamilton. I business and are centrally located in a ground floor office at'No. | .

Walter Drennen-- Chas Jordan. I 17 8. Orange Avenue, (formerly occupied by Hamilton & Dunn = .
Malinda Monroe to Susan L Week.
J. 0. Benjamin to'Robt W. Logan. 1 I Millinery), where we will be pleased to meet all our old friends WE ARE SHOWING A BEAUTIFUL ASSORTMENT OF
1- C. H. Hoffner and wife to R. T.
r PeeL 1 and to make new ones. I II SILKS AND SATINS, ALL COLORS, DRESS GOODSIN
i ALL THE LATEST PATTERNS FOR OLD AND
Ii. T. Werten to S. A. Werten.
i Our list of.city and acreage property is surpassed by none, gI .
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) C., C. Whitaker and wife to J. K. YOUNG. WHITE CANVAS SHOES. THE DISPLAY .
Johnson et al. and we havesome, exceptional bargains. COME AND SEE Us 4Bo CONTAINS ACCURATE ILLUSTRATIONS OF THE
4t J. K. Johnson, and wife to Fred = SEASONS BEST AND LATEST CREATIONS, AND IIS

Bohlayer. I Lord & Bradshaw f WORTHY THE ATTENTION OF EVERY ORLANDO
W. J. Thigpen to Frank Goertog. -
B..M. Smith to Annie B. and Mabel -- -- WOMAN. CALL IN AND ACQUAINT YOURSELF 'i
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117 S. ORANGE AvE. ORLANDO FLA.
5 Smith. 5 9, WITH THE HIGH CHARACTER OF OUR GARMENTS
s' Leila B.Foss to Herman Hanberg. 1", ...i"i; _..:. I..i111111.1111111111111111'IIIIIIIII AND THE REASONABLE PRICESKailner's

'< H. J. Patrick to W. J.'Sherman.;: lllliill. llllllll'J.9J.8
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::1 ard Oil Co.
U. S. A. to Goo..'}!;" Clayton. ::1I.1odels
Frank,H. Davis to Abbie P. Davis.A. New York
H. Willett and wife to Chas.

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.W.. Miller and wife to J. E. Mose- :
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J. T. Hildred to Chas Joyce. f Bargain
E. M. Swanson to H. B. McLeod., I
Howard-Packard Land Co., to John : .-
Pacilla. I If You Would be Posted be Daily Visitor to this Store

J, Leslie. Stone and wife to Julia I
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Clifford J. Fuller to Jag. S. Craw. : TOMATO PLANTS FOR SALE t
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c.. W Goodrich and wife to Jas. S.t. '..,, Seven_H.,P. Models, $250.00 quantity >desired. Purchasers must CONTRACTOR AND ; ; ELIJAH HAND
Crawford. ,. : do their own pulling of plants. Better, BUILDER.
Nannie B.Giles and husband to Jas. : O E.aUpertORLANDO : : plant now. My packing house in Or- Superintend All Work. Funeral Directorand

'i S. Crawford., : lando will be opened from the first Prices That,Are an Embalmer
p; Nannie. B.. Giles and husband' to t FLA. Agent for Orange CountyIMMItlMIIIMimillillllMIM of May to June 10th and I will buy Inducement.All Hand Block, Pine St. Phone $aNo.
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, DOING,A LARGE VOLUME OF BUSINESS,WILL GLADLY BE EXPLAINED TO ANYONE CALLING AT OUR OFFICE.
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a ..': "I" ACRES ,UNIMPROVED, ft BOLE LAKE FRONT ON TURKEY LAKE, 7 MOBS FROM ORLANDO. ,- '' '

t'. 4 LOTS ON EAST CENTRAL AVENUE, 60x150 FEET. 4 LOTS ON MILWAUKEE AVENUE, 60x150 FEET. SOLD ....

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WREN'WILL. FT BE. ? of the most interesting and
successful revivals ever held in Palat
,. lea' itn w_ in progress in 'the St. HomeseekersOPPORTUNITY.
Wfll a merchant t who'is,wise
James1 Methodist.church in that city IT'S AFAR PROPOSITION
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' ''YeI- being conducted by Evangelist Morgan
Lee'Starke of Brooklyn N. Y.,assisted ,
lf When the trees down .
grow upside ; ..by: Rev. W. :M. Poage.Shannibarger's TO ASSUME THAT YOU ARE
When the beggar weirs a crown; Y
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.. When ice forms on the sun;'' for bicycles and PRESENTS ITSELF AT CORNER OF AMELIA AND
When the sparrow weighs ton; sundries. Trenton streets-two new and 'up-to-date and modern APPRECIATIVE OF THE. VERY
'When gold dollars get too'cheap; bungalows and a corner lot near Lake Dot will be sold
;When women secrets,keep; DID YOU BUY? together, or separate at prices too low to mention here. BEST. WE ARE SPECIALISTS IN
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, When girls'go back on gum;, Prices and also my reason for selling will be given upon *
:When the small boy hates.a drum; dealer I overheard say this a morning prominent to hardware a promi inspection premises... Cash or Terms. Fine opportunityfor Electrical Wireing and Motor Work .
When no politician schemes, .nent citizen of Orlando, I could have investment.. If not sold before May 1st,will be rented.
When mince pie makes pleasant bought land at $2.50 and $5.00 but NEWELL ELECTRICAL COMPANY
dreams :did not do it CLARENCE P. SMITH
At the' time he'referred to I sold
When ifs fun to break a tooth; for an Orlando man several hundred i ARCADE BUILDING
When all lawyers tell the:truth; acres of land in Orange county for CHURCH ST.
When the drummer has no brass- $1.00 per acre, the same land is now t
sold in 10 and twenty acre tracts for iiiMiiiMiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiMMiiiiiimLET I PHONE 280
When all these to ,
come pass
$30.00 per acre,and is cheap at this
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Will neglect to advertise-Exchange.. price.What were the Orlando people buying "JDf DO IT
at that time? Gold mining stock.
If you had bought land you could
A very disastrous fire occurred in figure your profit. You knew some
'Ft: McCoy a few mornings ago when time ago your profit on the mining If have to sell
the store of J. G. Grautham was completely -: stock, without having to figure on it. you property The Best is the Cheapest
If you have'not yet bought some
; destroyed while that 'of Orlando or Orange county property, Let Jim do it.
Starbrough and Cooks was badly there is still opportunities for large
damaged by water and smoke. The profits, and I can show you.I If you want to I SO GET'THE BEST OF
sell something that will
can you buyLet
located in J. G. Grant-
pottoffice was
make but minIng
gold
' ham's store and MVeral'hundred dollars stock you will money not buy your it Jim do it. Paints and Wall PaperTHE .
worth of,stamps were in a safe Call and. see me. .
and were ruined by the fire The origin CARL JANSEN, City and Country Properties, Farm 3
Office ,over Dickson & Ives, Orange
1 of the.fire is unknown. Avenue, Orlando,Fla. Lands Groves and Tracts 1912 WALL PAPER IN SAMPLES
The banks and the business men of ,
Orlando know if do not, ask IS GRAND AND I WILL BE PLEASEDTO
West Wfll entertain distinguished me you LOOK AT THESE BARGAINS
Key a them.imillMIMMIIIIIHIII. SHOW THEM. ALL YOU HAVE TO
party on March 24 when the Twenty acres, 10 acres of which is in bearing orange
.Government_ steamers Mayflower and grove, and balance of 10 acres in timber land, five-room DO IS TO TELEPHONE AND I WILL
Slyph arrive from Cristobal with the cottage located three miles from city, price$3,000.00. BRING THE SAMPLE TO YOUR HOME. '

House committee on naval affairs The Twenty-five acres, 10 acres of bearing grove, 600 .
official guests will look'over the 'Key IF ITS ANYTHING IN trees, five-room house and barn, located, on lake front, I .
West naval station and determent DRUGS PHONEDeLANEY four miles from city, price $4,000.00. GEO. A. BARKER PHONE 268 r
what changes and improvements areMCeeIary Thirty acres, 15 acres in grove 1000 trees 15 acres :
of fine farm and vegetable land located on lake front, I
,if any,to make it a second I _
DRUG four and half miles from city price 500000. I
ary naval base to,GuanUnamo, Cuba. I
-Timee; -Union Short Talks. Forty acres of virgin pine timber land of fine fruit and II I I
vegetable land fronting on Lake Conway, four miles from
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acres More of.timber.than one-land hundred is involved thousand.! In DELIVERY. city, price $2,000.00.Twenty acres of.lake front land near city suitable for HIGH GRADE R D[ EASTER MILLINERY[R RI Hi

sub-division. Price $3,800.00.
wihch'WII closed in Fensaeola
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Watkins Bufldinf.Pho Forty-five acres, five acres in bearing orange grove, I
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a few nights ago whereby I small house and barn, located at Conway, five miles from I I .
abet and Louisiana saw 2. f.
Carpenter t
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ttfll men, get possession of,the land 10 per cent off on all
Five acres with cottage near city, price $1,500.00 :
at the east. and o( St Anderw's Bay, HiiMMMiiiimmim
Three and one-half acres with twelve-room house. located
,Mid to be the largest single tract in near city, price $1,500.00.Twenty : Linens and Laces
' West Florida. The land is valued at
acres with bearing grove of 800 trees, small I
more than $1,600.060., FRANK HYERS house and barn, price $2,800.00 I I '
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will hold their annual conclave Stage, Faq Columns and :
HISSES HilILTON & DIDI : yl
OnasuBtal Work IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIiiSentinel
.in Tiapa this week, beginning .
.* today. This will be one of the most Livingston and Railroad l
bnportant conventions held in sometime Agents for Barclay Corsets
tad'rah business of. importance I
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liance 'Without this trust modern business could. ,not be conducted Our trust is yours for the asking.

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_. *_HOBNING AND:.WBBLY.SUB6CMPTION i persecuted. It_ is, human nature to Tampa,. Fla, March 17,1913.

s "' .'. sympathize with the Under dog..When Editor Sentinel; EASTER JEWELRY
RAT individuals are being grossly wrongedthe I Orlando, Fla,
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look with i Dear Sir
world refuses. on patience : I'
:: ,THE DAILY SENTINEL out is inclined to step into the Will you join with the great majority .
fee. .,.. .:........' ..$6.40'' ',' '
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of the weaker of the other
ring and take;the part : editors in the Statein AT
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' - And when the hirelings of corrupt interests an effort to'secure.justice for Col.
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in foreign lands assault a band Sydney I Wailes from: the approaching -
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of women simply because: they marchin Legislature? ESTA.Ns'THE

-Py news carrier in Orlando. (0 cento per a body carrying banners and sing- As you undoubtedly knoW, since
_nth Dally tad Sunday, ing songs which express their: views the aged'' claimant was compelled,
J The Orlando Homing Sentinel can be found on.certain subjects, and when a class through sheer necessity to'accept the
,.rule in Orlando Corns O'Neal'i Book of ill bred masculines of the $25,000 which was voted him, most I

1Ior_. National Capitol in this country of the newspapers of Florida have BEAUTY AND FRESHNESS OF
We will appreciate prompt complaint if heap indignities upon the same come out with strong protests againstthe ' :,
made b7 our carriers.Adm&ini : SPRINGTIME IS IN THE NEW JEWELRY '"
Vlivery U not properly -
j 'l class of ladies, the better class treatment accorded this worthy
:rtta will be furnished on ap- .of men rise up and protest against servant of the people and have demanded AND SILVER. FOR THE EASTER .. ,1
,1 f&eation. t such'action regardless of what their that ,the State live up to its
., GIFT YOU WILL FIND HERE MANY
i THE WEEKLY SENTINEL individual views may be on the subject contract with Col. Wailes, or at least, .. ,
mail, ... ...$1."
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advocated him
d by these women. Good grant permission to sue. the state
a Udrai THE SENTINEL Orlando Florida. .
men with views exactly contrary to that contract. Y PRICES.
Office 10.? ,Court Street. Arcade Building upon
Phone 24 the cause for which the 'women are I do not know CoL Wailes person-

battling, are being driven to their ally and have never had any communi- I LEATHER NOVELTIESWE
J. P. SCHUMANN Editor
JOSIAH FERRIS Proprietor. support simply because of the wrongs I cation with him, but I have made my- f
-_- and insults of men toward women self familiar with the history of his ARE ALWAYS ON THE LOOK-
FRIDAY, MARCH 21ST, 1913. ".1 who in most part are earnest and claim and feel that I am doing but ,
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Even in politics a boom may be humanity. Take for example the protect the good name of the Statein .

nothing, more. than a big, :noise. Scotland affair: asking the brethren of the press ER.PURSES, BAGS, FOBS AND SIMILAR

0- For the price of a pint a number of to join in an appeal to the Legislatureand ARTICLES ARE USUALLY FOUND
Now comes word that a man was Glasgow dock laborers betrayed the to the Governor to give this old .
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WROUGHT THE
arrested for fishing in the streets of cause-of masculinity and advanced the man a square deal, to give him an op- ;' FINEST
Et Cloud. cause of masculinity and advanced the portunity to prove his claim in a court : 0 SKINS-SOME AMERICAN AND SOME

o St. Andrew's hall a number of stu- of law. FOREIGN IN ORIGIN.T.H.vansthe.

Winters lease, you, will please remember dents who, with probably no more in- Col. Wailes, as you know, collected .
has several days yet to run telligence than the wallopers, instinct- $1,089,158.66 for the State of Florida
; in the north. ively saw the dangers of the maternal. from the National Government. With-
() istic movement.No out his work this would never have '
During these windy days in March, form of society is so savagely been collected. He was commissioned I
hats take a rise as suddenly. as John practical and efficient as the feminist, to collect this claim by Gov. Drew, Jeweler
D/s automobile juice. as illustrated by that of bees, for in acting under authority given by the I

o stance, and the 'male instinct, when Legislatures of 1877 and 1879.A .
; Have you ever noticed that some not vitiated by a taint of reason, or formal contract was entered into, OPPOSITE POST OFFICE
thing turns up every year to make intellect, works certainly and surely whereby Col. Wailes was to receive 15
the price of citrus fruit in Florida to combat any tendency towards its per cent of the amount collected. The

all right? establishment in human affairs. I' contract was ratified by Governors

'- This, probably was the true explan- Bloxham, Perry, Mitchell and Flemingand
It is said In St. Petersburg. the tourist -. ation of the Washington outrage in by all Legislatures serving under
-:' took up a. collection for the "in- this country. The Washington policemen these Governors. On two occasionsthe
'- digent poor" who have to remain there and the drunken national guardsmen 'State was about to settle with the

F :all summer. unembarrassed by any intellectual government for $92,000, but Colonel SILK STOCKINGS
-o-- processes and'yielding unreserv- i Wailes induced the authorities to refuse -
r 'When the equinox, gets mixed up edly to instinct, displayed all the hostility this offer and later the State ob- ,
with April showers in Florida it I of the male creatures flaring out tained the entire sum asked for. Col.
takes .several days to get the shut off i of the suffrage parade, which represented Wailes lived up to his contract; the

valve adjusted... the dangerous approach of a.J. State has not lived up to its partHe
o feministic society in which the male is entitled to $163,379,79, or
"- Rumor has'it that Sanford gardeners nothing. Reduced by he
would dropped to his proper level, poverty, was For Day
i_, are seining for lettuce, dredging reduced in numbers, and held in' con- compelled to. accept the $25,000 of-
for celery and hopelessly fishing fora tempt. fered. Is Florida to turn him away

,county seat. Instinct will not work where it has without his just dues? and
--" I been supplanted by intelligence, and The purpose of my letter to you is
:In the matter of, safety from stray 1 intelligence is not highly enough developed to request you to write to or see the
bullets, there does not seem to beAt to grasp the significance of Senator and Representatives from EveningWear
much choice between Nogales, Ariz., the feminist evolution. But instinct your county and such other members

and Nogales, Mex. working undisturbed by intelligence, of the next Legislature as you maybe ,
"'-'---o. ; acquainted with, urging them to
as in the case of, the Washington
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> It looks. very much like that East policemen and the drunken national favor legislation, in behalf' of Col.
Coast Canal that cost Florida so many guardsmen, and as in the case of the Wailes, which probably will be in the
acres of land would be nothing more Glascow, students, scents the approachof form of a bill to permit him to bring
tnan_ a tadpole ditch. disaster and sends the endangeredmale suit against the State. Also, to
-. o to battle. \\!' te. to Governor Trammell, telling
:J Pierpont Morgan is in Rome, "suf- 'The. same instinct would have guid- him that you believe that this should

fering from worry." How would you ed the dock laborers, but, creatures of be cone and asking him to, assist in Our Personal Guarantee

: like to have as many things to worry appetite, they yielded to money, and I this net of simple justice. I believe

about as Mr.. Morgan has? for the price of a pint they betrayedthe I such expressions from the editors of Accompanies Every Pair \
n masculine cause and ejected the' the State will have much weight in
:: :How would it do to pay the members students. If the 'men are to fight clearing Florida's escutcheon this .

of the legislature in proportior each other, the collapse of society as s.dii* of dishonor. The Tribune has
l to'the work they actually accomplish 1 I now organized is assured.A been and will continue to urge justice -
Marion B Ives
Or is that too, revolutionary? for Col. Wailes.
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GET TOGETHER MOVEMENTThe
,Mr.. Taft went to Georgia to tnjoy I this good cause, I am, .

'. a;quiet, restful time. See dispatchesin power of the press and the Very truly yours,
,news columns pertaining to phenomenal pulpit, for good is the most potent E. D: LAMBRIGHT, MILLINERY
EXCLUSIVE
y atmospheric' disturbances known to any community. Let any Assoiciate Editor Tribune. PARLORS

up there. qeustion come up that threatens the The Sentinel editor has no personal .
0 moral or commercial welfare of the knowledge of the Wailes affair, but
E: 'Well, .if the heavy rains drive thebeef community and see how quickly the judging from what has appeared in: Second Floor

cattle too high up the,hill, you press and the pulpit line up as one nun}. state papers and especially in
can just let them, stay up there till 1 man to do battle for the right, and the Tribune, it is our opinion that the
,' they get ready to come down. You they can mow down an army of evil. Sate has deliberately repudiated a -
don't need meat any way. designed men with the effectiveness I.I contract made in good faith and this ,

---o-. of the field guns of a great army is always dangerous whether it be bya L. Mustard THE H. H. P. STRAIGHTFor
1 It is interesting to lay aside the or- trained upon a drunken and dissolute state, or by an individual. Honestmen J.

..: Binary concerns of life once in a whileto enemy. do not look with toleration upon TIE ciutemtsr. Sale at all Cigar StoresOrlando's ,
note the progress which our vigilant The press and the pulpit of Orlandoby repudiation.: .
a 'and efficient police force is not united, effort can bring,about any It is possible that the State was too Manicure, Pedicure, Shampoo Newest Cigar Made in Orlando.
making in the suppression, of the desired reform. We may have our liberal when it made that contract, Face and Scalp Massage. Havana and Florida WrappersTry

-' Black Hand. differences and jealousies so commonto but that can pot enter into the meritsof Parlor over Dickson & Ives store. One and Be Convinced
corner Orange and Central \
+ f humanity, but when, it comes to the case now. The contract has
Avenues.
Report has it that a number of men any question involving the interests been made the sercvice performed, the HERMAN H. PINDER MTg'r
who journeyed up to Washington nearest and dearest to a God fear- money collected, and there can be MIMiillMIMIIIIIMiM,
with political ambitions in their ing community, petty jealousies van- but ore honest way out of the present 212 Sou th Orange
{" breasts already see their finish andre ish like a dream and we join ,hands diiema, namely to pay what was
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preparing to join Gen. Jones like big brothers in defense of, the prumged.! ----
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army of pedestrians. home. THE ONE CIGAR THAT ADVERTISE

o There are many questions now be- A resident in the lake Cherokee -t IF YOU EYHRYTHIHO
When you are tempted to magnify fore Orlando people that involve the neighborhood came near drowning '
future of Orlando and it is the' Sen EVERYBODY LIKES Want a ,Cook
the wrongdoings of your neighbor while attempting to run a lawn mower -IN-
just ftut long enough to consider tinel's sincere hope that the get to- over the lake as many places the Want a Partner

' low many ,times you have secretly gether spirit may find lodgment in growth of vegetation was not strong Want a Situation '
,wished that the mantel of charity every breast, and that newspapers enough to hold him up. Want a Servant Girl FEED
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organizations and HAWLEY'SSTRAIGHts
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individuals bury all differencesand Want to"Sell a CarnageWanttoSellTownProperty ,
o may Today is Good Friday, a legal holi- ,
Not a:minister in Orlando but that better get Orlando.together for a greater and I day, but how many stop to think of Want to Sell Your Groceries

gets a bette2.salary than any bank the fact .that _the. world's greatest Want to Sell Your Hardware lIVSTOGK
4 t81htl: and yet not an automobile 'tragedy made it a holy-day, which the 'Want customers for Anything' '
; owend by a preacher. Sequel: to Putting a tax on spinsters, as proposed commercial world has transformedinto Get the'best cigar at five Advertise Daily in This Paper

It cpc.atc cne over the streets of Orlando by a Massachusetts woman, a holiday, a rest from business cents, the next time you Advertising Is the Way to Success '
; is apt to crack their Sunday seems hardly fair as leap years are I only and many times a resort to want to smoke-judge for a, Advertising Brings Customers ,I
c Scrcol vocabulary. so far apart I things entirely foreign to a holy day. yourselt Advertising Keeps Customers LAUBACHThe

o o o Advertising Insures Success '
1'he'exact status of a congressmanat Old',popular songs are favored bya It is reported that the suffragettes. Advertising Shows Energy ., Man*
is not fully determinedbut noted actress, but would. she haveus will entertain the Tallahassee lawmakers AdvertisingShowiPlwkAdvertising .
large yet Made in Orlando'and.sold Ctarcl, Street, Ftae .1
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it seems quite certain that he will return to Wings "Down with motion pictrues of the 1 by'all dealers. ,Is."Bis" *
have nothing to do but attend sessions , Went McGinity" and the like? j roads in Florida of which the men Advertise.of Butt , .
cc make speeches into the, Con o have had charge alf these years, and ",,' ,Advertise::Long -- -,-- -
gressional Record, vote and draw his Women are to have pockets in their will, have a map, flashed before, their Advertise WeHADVERTISE 'READY. NOW .1.
&- salary., A mighty lonesome time for gowns, says 'a fashion,note but it is eyes showing the broad'acres of vir- ..IMIlUlMiilMIIIIIMIIi' .. . 8kwag'ttgorow tmVoflSOptrttoMs $4' it
a congressman who knows that there a safe. guess that they will 'alwaysbe gin .soil and timber. that have been The new.nkkels are no better. thane l 'At'0one + **. '1'h bail WttA
k a pie counter;Tight'around the corA filled' with samples of new,.dress bestowed upon rich corporations under the old,ones_for;Jfcey", do. net last i. INSI.ZBEN.TINZL: : es' 1 ..... PYiCMINl1t, 1MrwwWi
; .r.'to. :which he,has no privileges., es.. the ,head "Internal Imporvements. ,whit loajftr.'" ?: .'" !-.';\.to l' ' -:.. '. t-', '-'*.f I r' 1:';:

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of Spring Hats for Ladies and We have the best that money

Misses, and will be glad to show and experience can produce, and

them to you, even it you don't we do not try to see how much
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buy, (but most of those who see profit we can make on them.

them, buy.) No two hats alike, YOU WILL RECOGNIZE THE .x

O Vb&thWITH and all the shades and colors. i EXTRA VALUES IN THEMAS

EVERY WOMAN IT IS NOT A QUESTION OF
I Be sure to look them over before SOON AS YOU SEE THEM.
I GETTING A NEW OUTFIT FOR GLAD EASTER BUT

: \ WHAT TO GET AND WHERE TO GET IT. COME US. Sunday. 5

L: A ) YOU WILL FIND WHAT YOU WANT AND THAT OUR Men's Hats in all the latest I We also have practically''

STORE IS THE PLACE TO BUY., WHY? BECAUSE OUR straws, and Panamas. Also everything needed in ,an F

BUYERS ARE ARTISTS AT SELECTING APPROPRIATE neckwear of the latest style. EASTER OUTFIT, and if you

APPAREL FOR THE SEASON AND OUR SALESPEOPLEWILL
will come in and make
You will need some of these your
NOT SELL AN OUTFIT THAT IS NOT APPROPRI
things for your Easter outfit. wants konwn, we will try our
; ATE TO THE ONE WHO BUYS IT. WE WANT THOSE
Look in here before buying. best to satisfy you.I .
WHO BUY ONCE TO COME AGAIN. I
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I Polo at the Fair Grounds this after BUSY SESSION OF CITY COUNCIL ItMMIMIHMmMltlllMMIIIIMMIMIMIIMHIIMiMIMHIIIIIIilliittHlli. .

noon. ..
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WADE ( Continued from Page one. :
THE TUNERORLANDO Inspect Shannibarger'i big stock of
FLA. Bicycle tiresRemember ceed just as soon as property owners -I
r ,I built their walks and put in their .

the-game today at Win- curbings and the sidewalk committee,I Yowell'sEASTER j

:Phone 514 for your' Gasoline and ter Park between Rollins and. Stet was directed to order this to be done ,

Gi Prompt delivery. I son. It will be a good one. ],I at once. I II 1'
--'-- '! Then came communications many!
Dean L A. SpeiJcer ved in ttye II Mrs. W. E. Martin has gone over of which were of no special importance I

city yesterday after a brief visit to to Winter Garden for.a few days visit but one from the Standard Oil OFFERINGS
Fort Myers. I with her sister-in-law, Mrs. W. L Company was worthy of'notice as it
Story. shows the audacity of that big cor- :

.Mr. and Mrs. Richard Snell and poration. The communication was in : HlllilHillllillliltMMItllllitlltlilMMimiMieimttllilMMMMIIM

Miss Nellie Curran, of Illinois, are Ten per cent off on all linen and regard to the valuation: to be placed Ion
Orlando, guests of the San Juan. Lace at Hamilton & Dunn's.W. their property for taxation. The : THE NEW SPRING GOWNS AND HATS DEMAND OTHER ACCESSORIES
writer of the.epistle valued their four :

Money to loan on improved, property. R. Mann, of Rochester, N. Y., mules at $400 and two big oil wagons : OF WHICH NONE IS MORE IMPORTANT THAN
arrived in at $50 each. Now it is a well known I
S. Y Way. Orlando last night and is.
,; a guest of the San,Juan. fact that the mules are worth from :
,.Miss May Stone, of Louisville, Ky.; $300 to $400 each and would bring : WOMENS EASTER GLOVES

and Miss Helen Rue, of Waynesboro, Mrs. E. R. Long has disposed of that on the market; while the wagons I 0
Pa. the her. ,'Church are worth from $500 to $600 each, .
are among. guests. at the San business at 214 West
Juan. street, to'her nephew, Mr. .W. l': Kelly so that is apparent that the Stand EVERY SPRING AND SUMMER GLOVE. NEED SUPPLIED HERE.
ard has lost none of their nerve, but
,- of Eufaula, Ala. LADIES 16 BUTTON PURE SILK GLOVES, BEST MADE, BLACK AND
from the remarks of the various
:)Ir. H. C, Chadwick, representativeof I
the' Builders Magazine,0 is in the Dr. and Mrs. Henry W. Watkins, members of the council and Mr. WHITE, $1.25, $1.50 ,
his of Worchester Boone, no tax payer need entertainany I '
city visiting father and brother Mass., are the welcome .- CLOVES
fears that John D.'s will LADIES 16 BUTTON SUEDE BLACK & WHITE $2.50 to3.50
taking donkeys .
and orders for that .splendid guests. of Mrs. J. 0. Neill, at t ,
_magazine, "The :National Builder. Rest Cottage," on West street be slandered in that manner.
J. .... Clark Robinson, assistant FireChief
: The Newest Laces
Ten per cent off on all Linen and Hot cross buns. 'Hot cross buns. reported the accident to Chief ;; _
.Lace at Hamilton'& Dunn's. Rock's 0 Bakery. Dean, whereby he was disqualifiedfor

4 ____ service and asked permission to :, ARE HERE IN PROFUSION INCLUDING FILET, MECHLIN, VENISE,
A traveling man remarked to a Sen- Messrs. William W. and Walter J. put Paul Everleth, who has been in .
tinel repersentative last night that he ,Finder, have arrived in Orlando from the department work in charge of CLUNEY, VALENCINES, TORCHONS, FLOUNCINGS, ALLOVERS,

had read the Daily Sentinel ninety. Key West and will be associated with the service until such time as Mr. .
NETS BANDINGS INSERTIONS EDGINGS BEADING AT
> EXCEPTIONALLY -
Dean should his
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resume duties. As
miles down. ,the line each morning'and. II Mr. H. H. Finder in his cigar factory. '
h was proud of- e'paper and proud of Mr. Everleth is a man fully qualified LOW PRICES FOR THIS SALEF
the Orlando banks that were making Mrs. H. Lyman and daughter, Miss and familiar with the work, the .
such excellent showingi M., and Miss Mary Warren, of Os- Board approved the arrangement .
;
wego, N; Y., are among the delighted -] Sanitary Committee was instructed : Ladies' Easter HatsWE

,Mr. Hugh'DOllins, of Washington, guests now sojourning at the San to purchase testing instrumentsfor
D. C.,is in the city visiting his parents Juan. the milk inspector. Also inspector -
Mr.. and Mrs. L J. Dollins. Hugh is of weights was autlorized to pur-. WILL CLOSE OUT OUR LINE OF PANAMA HATS AT THE EXTREMBLY .
employed in the municipal departmentof Hot cross buns. Hot cross buns.Roe9s chase a scale testor. Weights and LOW PRICE OF $8.79
that city and likes the capital city Bakery. measures are to receive attention.

very much, and says that the reallygreat Report of Mr. Wright as electrical LATEST CREATIONS IN LADIES EASTER GOWNS AND WAISTSARE
sand inspector was read and filed. The
men, who ,come to Washington I Mr. Mrs. L D. Osborne, of
mucK I Conneaut, Ohio, well I amended bucket tax ordinance was
are very like other man. are so pleased
with Orlando that they will buy a read and paSS d.Curfew''ordinance. TO BE FOUND IN OUR UP-TO-DATE AEADY-TO-WEAft DEPARTMENT

Ten per cent off on all linen and home in Orlando before going north was laid over ON THE SECOND FLOOR '
Lace at Hamilton & Dunn's. for the summer. for future consideration.
.
NEW GOODS ARRIVING DAILY ,
Plumbing ordinance was put on its
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second reading and passed. This
:Mr. F. E. Mather and wife, who Mr and Mrs. T. J. Morrow, of Lake
have been spending the winter in Orlando City, Minn., and their neice, Mrs. plumbing ordinance is one -of great .. ............11'1111111'1111111111111111'11111111111111111111111111111' 11' ;

leave:tomorrow night for their Wheeler of t. Paul, Minn., arrivedin importance to the city ,and one that
home in Minneapolis, Minn. They the city last evening and have the: councilmen can well afford to con-
have spent nine winters in Orlando 1: taken rooms with Miss McKee on sider well, as sanitary conditions are
to be considered on one hand, but i The White Store
and are very fond of the city. Mr.I Main street Mr. Morrow, who is an on Big
the other hand conditions must not
Mather is president of the Mather In. time friend of Mr. and Mrs. W.
101d be imposed that will be burdensomeand
vestment Company of his city, also I Branch, is a retired farmer who
discourage from 'build
people
the Farmers and Merchants Bank of I has spent several winters in differ '

Eeeder,,N. D. (ent parts of Florida, but is always ing.The Water Company reported the ON ORANGE AVENUE
j glad to get back to Orlando. Their
I fire at, their place too small
Money to loan ( the of the gong
on improved. property;o party spent early part
that it did not make noise enough tc
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S. Y. Way winter in Hot Springs, Ark.
be heard across,the engine room whet:
machinery was in motion. I
Lovers of the strenuous game of.
tlMIIHIIIilliMIIIHIIilllilllMlllllllllillllllNO A number of people wanted more
:light on street corners and these were polo can see a good exhibition this g
I respectfully referred. afternoon by going out to the Fair]

REASONWhy passed The new also plumbing the ordinance ordinance for opening was Grounds to the at grounds 3:30 o'clock.will be No charged.admission -i Easter Specials ;1 f'

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the streets by plumbers. The
I I ordinance requires all plumbers to Mr. and.Mrs. B. F. Wheeler and
. give a bond of $1,000.for replacingthe daughter, Miss Maud, left yesterdayfor AT

streets in same condition as before Memphis. They will stop in Jacksonville ,
yea tMA Ceatiiae to wear those starting their work- I for a while and take in the McCULLOCH'SDEPARTMENT
-1 clethes daring W hot weather when sights of the Metropolis of Florida,

we cai fix yea op with we> of ow Hgktwdgkt I Your failure to spend a few minutes before proceeding, to their destination
Serges,Wool Crashes or Mohair two each the
day advantages
on presented STOREOPPOSITE
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by the Sentinel's advertisers -
HMM arc the Real Thug ii Sawr Clothh ,i hurts in the place where it hurts Many Remedies have been offered POST OFFICE
tai we art offerfag exceptionally Good most in these days of high cost of for tire troubles, but none of them

Takes, 15.00, $16. 0'M* $18.0*. :living-the pocket book. equal Vulco-Fiberine for effectiveness Waists ,
Laces Shirt
Embroideries
Better Quality if yea care to.pay sere.C and cheapness. See it,demonstratedat ,
1 Mr. 'and Mrs.' Box, from Pulaski, the Hyer Stable,' corner Orange Ribbons UnderShirts
}N. Y., are registered at-the San and Central avenues. 3t Kimonos, Hosiery,

SCM1G&S&& & DICKSON I Juan._ wear Collars Ties etc at
:i, For Exchange or Sale ,

r 2 :1 .A nail in your'inner tube may ease k For acreage or other property in Lowest possible prices all the time.CALL .
yon a lot trouble and expense. If Orange or Lake Counties for four
THE MEN'S OUTFITTERS : :','MWm'we Yu1eoJOU will dwellings In Pittsburgh,, Pa. Houses .

Til HOM1 Of. "HART, 8aiAmiUr.C: ; bra ,no MUe with punctures of ,hinging good rent. All modern buildings .
; ,CLOTHING' a- .\. -' < ,J aa7: kiad. 'SM' ft demonstrated at ,. Can be handled separate if desired. and BE CONVINCED

' ,." '" .a; ." ,::'. r., > .'.. ,.'_ !",'.tfcft Sr Hyer. s--Sfeati- *,. 'corner. Orange and o Address 'F. JOSEPH'RAEHN,.
ft* iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiim Cwtrtl'a- : rria.... I lmo.1717 Orlando, o Fla.;

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THE'0TFICBR U SIN BOOSTERSCLASBIF WANTED-Cook, man or- woman in I, -
-.. BP. private family. 'Apply Sentinel of .. .-
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r On Fetaary *, ) received .after 10 o'clock ate, City. at.
.iftdet ftftd't were ,will be run in the "Too Late
4- .Cmfefcnfe at Classify" column. NOTICE Experienced .managers,
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ttookade I Boosters of fire.lines, or less-ap (man and wife) want the management
.(X,' write an old friend 30 woruV-one time, 25 of a European hotel, on salary
pata). We undertook : ; three'times 50.cents; one week or would rent good place.. Address,
to GoWlhoro. then the six daily and one weekly editions) Hotel, P.O. Box 672, Orlando Fla. 3t Buick Users
1.00 month, $3.00. I 110,000
; one
... of the 'Oanfederaey, .MAN AND WIFE, German, want po ;
IRe, whit an LET-Four room house in Concord sition. Man capable to drive automobile t,
_'., Before leaving the Park. Rent low. Apply"to J. L. and very handy with ,tool
around the house. Wife first class
West Amelia'Ave. 4t I
comrades aad myself' cook, experience, best.of references.
other solemnly to SALE-Corner property,. closein. I I Couple, Care Sentinel St.I Every One BUTOK
long as life.1& ted. East of railroad. House of I a BOOSTER !
jo strong or well as I eight rooms and bath; modern conveniences FOR SALE-New seven-room house
Twelve fruit trees on i with all modern conveniences. E.
depended on me to get the lot A bargain $4,000.00. H. Gore, 409 Anderson St. 7t.WANTED' .
or,to bury them Address "Owner" P. 0.. Box No. i'
= The party of 'paroled 225, City.. 6t COOK-Man or woman, in,
'I
a private family. Apply to Sentinel j
t,
not get'far the' first A hair office
package containing City. St i
night'camped in a between Livingston and West St. I Y ,. e
Here I made two WANTED-To buy second hand fur
my Finder suitably rewarded by leaving
niture. 209 W. Pine St ItFOR
,bed of brush and, for same at this office. 3t DOQUICK"24'
in four ,months they RENT Rooms for light housekeeping -!
,the bare ground. In R SALE-Small, seedling orange close in, 209 W. Pine St It j!
.: 'was,so stiff that I,' trees in any quantity at five cents
and I 'was' alarmed for G. T. HULL, FOR SALE-New fifteen room prix
ate hotel in town of Taft Only!
;, of my patients .I was Pine Castle road. hotel in town and doing nice business.
in doubt, .and forgot'. SALE-New fifteen room private Central location on two fine lots. Price
bles in contemplating hotel in town of Taft. Only $2,200. Address Nelson House, Taft, r
in town and doing nice business. Fla. 2wks
which,Was pitiable in location on' two' fine lots. '
I finally got them 2200. Address. Nelson House, WANTED-To rent for one year or
: e more, eight room house centrally '
Fla. Mar. 14
bat,'found'to it 2w.
my located M. C. Broome, Orlando, Fla. There is a certain prestige that owning your own
others had gone on;and Box 573. 1w 15-22
SALE Good Horse, Carriage
left.behind., While I and Harness For work on driv. I , motor car gives you in your community.
ing ,what to. do, an Apply to Wm.. Halloway, Win ROUEN DUCK EGGS for sale. Apply '
staff came dashing r Park, Fla. 12t Box 705, City. I There is a'certain satisfaction in knowing you

.the road. a lot in Thornton Park, a nice FOR SALE-House and lot, south I
.The man'In .suburb in east part of the city. Carl side of Lake EJola, corner Washing own. ;a car that win take you anywhere and bring
f
ton and East street five blocks east
'it of- a gentleman. As of court house. Two stories semi-I you back. It is this quality of dependability which
polite to'us, he log house, living dining ,
SALE-40 acres of fine land in room room
i hone to a standstill,, Volnsia County near station and pantry and kitchen first floor, four has put 110,000Buleks on the road, and it is this
fag glance, and in ao' lake; $500. 'arms. J. B. McKay. large airy bed rooms and bath on I
.tones caked ; second floor. One of the same quality of dependability which has made
why we est houses in the best
> That the Sentinel reaches
I told him that.my the people and is read. Orlando. handsom"l every one of those 110,000 Buick users Buick

weak, that they were .
out by:the march ,of SALE 5% acres with fiveroomhouse WANTED-Four experienced orange booster. .
that the rest of,our railroad only few hundred at pickers 103 E.and Robinson one teamster. Monday Inquire ,
on, and that I. had from stopping place. Plenty of morning before 8:30.avenue The Buick overhead valve motor has more power
and small shrubbery. Ten to ,
- A. A. COULD.tad .
t leave my Mends und bearing orange trees, pears cubic inch
per of piston displacement than
, 'stances as long u other small fruits. Good hunt any
s Be listened quietly and fishing, and especially sui I other type of motor ever built. It costs us more ..
those who come to Florida for the
'
"What about you? I and,like the- country life with to make it but costs less to it.
% netk, but simply sy access to town. J.P.. Perkins, OscarHand ffROADSTERS you run
,He turned and ndo, ,Fla. General Delivery. i iOAK
t ben of,his staff. I '
see. him .trying. to HILL to the is Northeast the beautiful of the subdivision city and & SonS1IcceII01i AND TOURING CARS, $950 TO $1650, F. 0. B. .

tion; then he' suddenly still I have some choice lots there.' to EL Hand ORLANDO. Catalogue on Request.Cook .
spin, 'and pointing Jensen.

;rection with his sword i
.here, my boy, over SALE=:A nice house and corner FULL LINK OF COMPLETE
S HOUSE FURNISHINGS I
s lot centrally located Fruit trees
joad depot Yon get flowers; Address' E, care Sent
tie if yon an, and ,It t

in:sight of it, get a COME 'IN AND SEE US II I AutomobileOrlando Co.
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:; .when yon get there WANTED-By experienced man. Position I
-, lake' and I 'u floral and landscape Bard I II 1 1l
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goe 8; the taking care 'of gentleman's
"ihree of you onboard. places during summer or permanent,| SIGN PAINTING Florida
Kith .a kindly glance t"O not for a home, would live on place ;
Ex dapped: span to .his if 'so desired, or as janitor of public!I Jack Preston will paint your: I
[ abort notice. Good work.
buildings. Strictly temperate. Ad. sign on
aid 1 galloped .away. I dress Philip Bnnn, Orlando, Fla. 7t:I'. No. 10 Washington, street 14-6t I 4misssssiutmlIn:1tlIinhIuhulII.tuull:1utI:1u.l:, ,
J looked atthe boys

,of them said a word;' +*#- wv # # # ##* t ,
,ay anything:when ,

Y ft:short,distance from LIGHT THE
ft,large. stick; take the i N
'fee arm and 'motion
PATH TO PROSPERITYMerchants
follow 'the ;way

Acer. When we

I':made no ,claim to
'ttck and all, we who use Electric Signs never lose i

top ,of 'a freight car their way by choosing the wrong road to suc
Y Erection of"Goldsboro.So
cess. You simply cannot fail to attract new
,strange was I
..4 felt my, face .flush at 5hot/'Women customers if you use an Electric Sign. It acts
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fiance appeared :like like an irresistible. magnet drawing all the

- ception, but when trade within its reach: That is the reason
:kad .and sea, of more
aa&d miles, I had they command the attention of buyers.

: boys safe to their

vga fljrn, I eyes felt the On, mists a For Every Store OwnerNo

. weeks afterward I
,
de&fam and found matter how small his business, the Electric -

ay own bed at home, Sign is the cheapest and .most effective

'vet. face of my advertising.
at me, as she told
waaended. held Phone for our Sign Designer to call and submit .
. .She
.before my face,and I a a sketch.

1 y the aetuallt"turned ihipxad,loan and suffering weary, A-c EasterEVERY II ,No Trouble to Us...No Expense to You.

gray.
ed at last that the WOMAN PUTS FORTH SPECIAL EFFORTS TO
officer had understood APPEAR AT HER BEST., IT IS THE TIME WHEN:
W T[ & lI
4 the,perils.and dim MEDIOCRITY,IN ':DRESS IS NOT TO BE CONSIDERED I T CO.a

tion,and that towed FOR MOMENT. HER COSTUME, HAT, GLOVES AND t
., BEYOND REPROACH. ,'. '
compassionate advice. SHOES MUST BE ABSOLUTELY .
Since then I hate IF SHE,WEARS PATRICIAN SHOSE THEY ADD TEN- ; COOK WITH GASeeeeeeeeeeee

one Southern'boy a FOLD TO THE EFFECT' OF A STYLISH COSTUME.

of the noble,face and

,ing Companion.,of :that officer, in We Announce the Arrival of. the Season's. Most. .. .-eeeee.ee..ee.ee.eeeeeeeeeeee. tMlllel .M+M..ee



:' The THE news WHITE c ispatches 'i Famous Styles OCeij, m West urc SI.TO t.

- there has not been a' .
aster Few vorl-tes'
House for four years. ' '''. ,
House cannot be the FORMER CUSTOMERS OF THIS I.
'place in' these '.United e COLONIALS, WHITE PUMPS, TAN PUMPS, DULL I. STORE WE BEG TO"STATE THAT
"-wonder how in the . PUMPS, WHITE OXFORDS, ANKLE TIES, NEW BUCK . .. ,
the mice out of the ., > ,OXFORDS, PAT PUMPS, SATIN PUMPS, TAN OXFORDS, WE ARE OPEN, FOR .BUSINESS- AND

ables. GRAY PUMPS, BLACK COLONIALS- WHITE- TOPS- .., EARNESTLY: REQUEST' 'THAT YOU ,

Again we suppose GIBSON AND. CHRISTY.. TIES. :: CALL AND'SEE OUR DINE'OF GOODS,
this item will result ':..,'J'- :. OF XAICB WE'HAvi
THE SHOE WITH A BULLION FRIENDS ; ;. : A FRESH
Ia she of cats and kf .
Wilson administration I $3.00, .'.$3. 0 ..,. .$4.00 SUPPLY'MMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMOOMMf

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$' .the aglne presidential, the ,superior eat? GNTLER( 8ROSiJ P Phone 535

y, .niB cately which"reared would feline HAMMOND & BUNCH IPANY' Piop1


t ceed capturing.that x. .- 4-- < -ir. ... _..",: 't. . ...I''f :. 'ti..st. ii v.S".J' 'i ,." {lie *. 'fl i"* ... ...: -. ".-

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daHy'parroting' "'that the : d. & ; : < II ftm lLT8EDS
:i ao. reduction in : ( :
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. DYNAMITE. ,CAN:',BE',USED.WITH iiiiiii'iiiiiiiiiiitimiiaiiiiiummiiiiittiittttMMHHMiniiiii. niiii
*- -:,PtOFTTONTHEFARM.. : t t &:4 1. ...< ':f ... :"' :'--,e,,,_ -. ,...J- '-'-..- .
: .Far" i'....... of.y .I.have.been>> ':'
f' :W "Ni d 1t1ft"carrled'OA ; ,;. .t"in' order:-to help, improve the JEWELRY;

iara. ,increase the crops, lighten labor ,
ere far aa-possible;and in fact to do au -

l could 'to' place the cash balance on IS, ALMOST,,HERE AND IF YOU NEED ANYTHING IN

I 'the:right:aide of the,'ledger.. 'Every TilE LI. E.OF. UP TO DATE DRY ,GOODS, CLOTHING, ,
now and,then I would read or:hear:of
something- new discovered by,the Agri'Cultural - HATS, AND SHOES* ALSO LADIES READY TO WEAR ,

,Department at Washington, : DRESSES OF ALL :DESCRIPTIONS COME TO B. SALOBIOS. ,. You will find that we carry the best
and would send for'the informatio'as z
I for.example, eloctrocuting the soil, in- ., ,SATISFACTION GUARANTEED OR MONEY and most popular lines.

'nd 1&tion'of'thesoil: etc, etc. Upon REFUNDED.
.carefully: reading ,the pamphlet I ,
found that most of these new discoveries : It is to your interest to visit our
:were,.far:above the average B. Salomon Orlando .
van's ,head and that he who, would
where
store
:follow the instructions would be led we are always glad to show

into deep water, Among! the many ,, 1,1 MlltltllMMItttlimMIHIHIiniMMIilMIIIIIMIIIIIIiiMlliMiHMi, ,
discoveries 'I. saw this one of using you what we have for your needs.
:dynamite on the farm, and fter several
investigation I have come
years II
to the conclusion that for simplicity,
quick'results, and*cost, there has been 'IRLANDOBANK f1
no greater blessing discovered for the l a' TRUST'COMPiN I A BRING, YOUR WATCH TO US TO REGULATE-

fanner's' benefit than'dynamite. Who

is as strong as Sampson of old and EVERYTHING GUARANTEED '

J J yet as gentle as a I child to handle' Capital art Supta awl UNdIvided Profits sIze,...... .
when properly and carefully so handled .
; who makes the very best farm Total Resources over Three-qiariers of a MflUoi.W .

hand, that is ever ready and trustworthy Allen & Co.
at all times; who, when properly Report of the Condition of JtlandV

used, can accomplish in a few Bank and Trust Gx, Condensed

, hours or.a. day's .time what would n From Report to Comptroller -
Tiave taken a week '.or more perhaps JEWELERS
Feb.. 4,1913RESOURCES |
'to, accomplish, to'say nothing of the r
necessary hands,and teams. Suppose :
;7ou;had to drain part of,your farm. y- Loans and Discounts .....$393,161.05. Orlando Florida
7 There is a dith to be'.dug; it makes -14 Overdarfts .*............. 193.53 , ,
no.difference whether,it is 'a few feet' s r?y} s wt Stocks and Bonds ......! '26,018.33
longor.a mile, whether it is one (1)). r r 1 Real Estate, Furniture and
foot' deep or six ((6)) feet, dynamite 5 Fixtures ... .......... 25,853.44 .-:-'
will accomplish the 'deed in shorter r Cash on hand and in Banks 215,084.83 ITH
} time,'an cheaper than by hand. You '
have some waste acres which you ' 'k i $660,311.18
I 1:4 : 'i
have never been able to. _cultivatjo LIABILITIES N'HW :CASH STORE
owing to the swampy condition; dynamite f Capital Stock ...........100000.00
will dry up your swamp in Surplus and Undivided

from 'forty-eight ((48)) hours to a x Profits ... ........... 22,832.33 \
J -week's time. By m king holes with < Deposits ... ............. 537,418.85I Cor. South and Hughey Sts.
an,'earth auger from five feet deep ..'

or;more, as is necessary, and placingthe h $660,311.18 WE BUY FOR CASH AND SELL FOR CASH WE I
,proper load in them, which, when KEEP OUR EXPENSES DOWN AND CONSE-- '
We invite the attention of our
exploded causes the water to sink out ; customers
, "' and'friends QUENTLY CAN KEEP OUR'PRICES DOWN
to statement
our
of sight. so that youican cultivate it.
1 _-.On,the other hand, when soilbuild-- above and wish their to assure them that Our Prone No. is

ing. witht. dynamite ,you change the we ,appreciate patronage and
; plan, for,this.time:youconserve your ask Don't for a continuance,that of same. V ', And an Order will Have Prompt Attention, and will be
forget our deposits
moisture.and_make.your land drouth "insured., are Delivered to Any Part,of the City. |
proof;:if>rainfall,is fairly normal, for I
A cordial invitation is extended
,to
'. a long time." It'is a, fact that this visitors in, our city .to call' and open D. B. RAYBON, Proprietor ORLANDO, FLA.
aubsoiling with breaks
: dynamite "
. up States Government,State an*County Depository an account with us. '
the ground from 3 to 4 feet deep, and

.turns loose JL reservoir of plant food L.UIIItecI rJ nt n . -' - .J ,
which heretofore has never been ...._: ,p..ir 0 : ..r'-- _: IliMMMIIIHIMIIHItHiMlttlitMiimilltlMMIIIThe

touched, owing to the fact that in

: ,plowing been formed!year what after is known year there as "plow has REALESTATE( [ [ fOR [ ,

sail," which,has prevented the tender SALE -

;. roots from growing deeper. :You can: 'M. SLEMONS
.W.
: not but see'this is great advantage, :
r for'your'land has been made almost

as. good as ,when 'wou; first, turned ,_ - ::- :: :.. trend of Orlando's Growth is
i. the,soil toplant>>. your,crop. The same .- ....., Northeast. Lewter's Addition and
: holds good in plating trees, for one
'. man can blast' the holse and 'plant Our New Spring Stock is Coming In Sunshine Park are there. Near by w
more trees in one day than four men
is Paradise Hill. Let
can do in 'the old of me show you
holes.,. way spade dug And we will offer to you a Choice Selection of.High:Class Goods
..IN DRY ;GOODS, ALL,THE 'STAPLE AND USEFUL
Then it ,has been shown that the
GOODS as well as FANCY SILKS;: ntU-INB_ _DRESS.GOODS, %
: percentage; of loss )has been so small HOSIERY IN SILK LISLE AND COTTON, and the Many Accessories < f
-s to hardly ,be..,taken into account, that,Women Use. F. A. LewterltlllttltttillMMMMIIIIIIMIIMHIIIimtMHMU
, as low as two per 'cent has been re-

ported. On the other hand, many an .. , .
Bargains Six Days in Week '
old orchard has been.- condemned for Every .
}re wood, when, if the farmer, had .
known,,could have been saved and 'We carry; aH the.time large: stock of SHOES of the best, {
."' madeto: bear,for,several years longer f, ,makes and newest styles. KING QUALITY MEN'S SHOES. 'MRS., .JARLEY'S
,by'' using dynamite to break up the .CRADDOCK TERRY'S WOMEN'S SHOES AND CHILD.
& ground and free the earth-bound roots REN'S SHOES. NONE BETTER ARE SOLD IN THIS .. .
.T "fAMUUS m
Its well as destroy thousands para MARKET WORKS

pites, grubs, and the ever destructive SCHLOSS BROS..FINE.SUITS FOR MEN at $15.00,..$20. .
mole,,and, give ,fresh ,root expansion.In ,$25.00jmd ,$30.00 are unsurpassed for STYLE FIT AND AND THE ;\
; other words, free the tree from QUALITY.
,:being earth bound, same as.plant that LORD BALTIMORE BOYS* SUITS WILL BE SURE TO. CHEROKEE ORCHESTRAPRESENTED

is pot bound. ,, : y PLEASE YOU. '
I have seen;result* that arehardly; .: ..... __ t ,; BY THERoLins ,
believable. Think of an orchard.overfifty
School of -
years old being made to'bear Expression

such'a heavy crop as to breakdown W. M. SLEMONS LYMAN,GYMNASIUM'
t the lii .k 'Yet: this .Jus 'bee ndone,
and is being done allover. the,country WINTE R PARK ,,'
; !'t
;.Contributer to Florida Grower. ,MONDAY MARCH 24TH, 3:30 P. M.

:0 .. .. . -' GENERAL ADMISSION 50 CENTS.
, I TO CHANGE COLOR the same post as may happen, ,there,I '
i _____j is no doubt but that many,a burning BRIGHAM & HILLNEWSAGENTS ,
r -f Prom emerald green to bright ver- missive,will turin ia an alarm where it
; Jni lion, the letter boxes of Uncle Sam was never inteded He ,Famous Musical) Extravanza11r
'will .changed in color., And the spectacle of a white hairedman I
'
The order has gone'o t' from. the in the dead hours of night trying
'- and-vdepartment no reason** is given, to get a' special delivery to the fire
the' work to be done in each city as, station through the medium .ef the Orlando Stationery, Souvenir ..ahd Curio Store

coon as the boxes there need repaint mail' box will cause more wonder as 22 WEST CHURCH STREETUPTON'S of tAo Toy chap
service is. not had
:, ing. |to why prompt _.. ", ---. -- --- i
Green.has been the established color I i through the mails.SQUIRRELS .
TERMS'TOO HARD. Orlando has a'"Municipal League"
:for many years, and the departure ism DESTROY EGGS composed of young men.who are hoping .
shock to the sober-minded ones who
::believe in the.steadiness of all that the New York, ,March ,15.-The 'New to "direct their efforts, for a great. ""THE,PRODUCTION BEAUTIFUL"
does. The 'following card ,to Mr. J. H. York Yacht club, "would have accept- er Orlando, especially to the betteraent -
government from the 'of ehaUe 1ge for the similar those of the city educationally, physieaHy '
then the "vermillion red" Bryce of ,this city Supt. cup to '
And same
is to be put on the delivery d'collection the ,New York Zoological Park will which it,has received in the past,fora morally, socially,and politic- 125 WelMtaown Peolela the Cast 125
: of.the'department, and be of interest to bird lovers_: series, of matches for the cup between 'ally. Young men with organized efforts '
wagons
k.pdinr,1n "When squirrels 'are exceedingly our respective dubL" can accomplish greatthings, for
a.grayjcoated
.the speetade a,bright red,wagon; drawn numerous, and 'the supply of food;is This is 'perhaps.the most, strikingsentence their'courage is usually unshackled WAD Fey rr. WAIT FM IT !

:! white ,hone will soon short they do, destroy eggs of Wl1dI in 'the: tl1yof the NewYork'YaehtClubr i Miami Metroporlia., i
hone of the most enlivening birds When squirrel food is normally declining. Sir.Thomas ), Lucerne Theatre
I "' April l st
pots; in the,JN1..da* ..of .the early abundant,.only the red squirrel of the .U ton's' challenge' fora seriesof. ,' The largest mackerel"catch-of he ,

'nyorntnge'mall gibe great',cities., north goes after eggs ,and young matches in 1914. ;The note. expresses' Mason waa brought into Fort Piercea .. ... . ,
the;ire departments birds,and they are"- fiends!, "When the unwillingness :of ,the New ,Yolky few,days ago, when more than 60,. -& VI '
to
It will be up :
to paint their fire,alarm pressed by,hunger a.gray squirrel wfl] ,':Gub to,accept. 'a. challenge 060 ::pounds 'were.. delivered to the. "
{of the.another.eoloi country ,for;as it is, eat'a.:young bird,bat this:is'rarely which deprives."the club to select uafat.tfce wholesale'hoasea.yI
-t" .
boxes mlnd of,somevbo done, and is'not 4a seiiew matter.: :broad,limit*,the.de d,of:gift ----. I Lei is .ig JobPug
'confunon; not' mee4to dose cAwmn 1 tlsR ; and with :Yours truly,, ,-' .-; a yacht'of:'s uh'4ype'at:it;considers", __.$_; ''H"a'i'w,itoek,of' on your

,l ftd. fires are 1 m'w:rtdWfl boxes'on!' W..L.JIQDAY*." '*>*}.' .-' ., :.: a'4':ft''defesiddei. ;- of.. the faawss, -,trophy.-' BkyektiM.'. " ,. _'-'
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IIHIIimilliUIIMMIHMIIIMIinilll" ., . TRICKS OF BANKERS EXPOSED.
DISCLOSURES. MADE'AT THE ..

PROBE IN OHIO.. ..
'
'
t
; H FOR THE,FIRST. TIME IN ITS HISTORY. Mysterious[ Black Satchel Played Part .. -
., .
In Affairs. of Deufnct Institn- : \

ORANGE.COUNTY HAS tion,' Says Witness ;

c ,. '. \ .,; t' .
I y
&Ndal. to the Sentinel S
A MILLION DOLLAR: BANK Columbus, 0., March 19.-Sensational -

.disclosures were made today in

r'> the investigation into the affairs of

the now defunct Columbus Savings

4L Bank & Trust Company, which is be- '
tiJ
Below we print a Statement of Condition of ing conducted here before a masterin : '
chancery. Two former state treas- TO-DA. :
\
urers, L B. Cameron and W. S. Mc- ,
.t ,
THE Kinnot, officials of the bank, and Columbus

oliticians and business men,

E'I'ANKOF ORLANDOAt were in volved in testimony given by Is the best time to open your

'STA Henry Bachus, secretary and treasur.
for
er and others. account, arrange ,yourdifficulties

While Bachus was testifying in talk \
over
or
the dose of Business March 18th, 1913 court, Daniel' H.> Sowers, liquidating your

: agent of the wrecked concern, was affairs,with the only "National" :

s I making a statement to the' steering
RESOURCES LIABILITIES : committee of the protective association Bank in this vicinity. 1

stock ...... : formed by depositors and other You will find inter- 3
Loam and Discounts $540,836.49 Capital $ 50,000.00, : creditors. Sowers' statement made us deeply .

Overdarfta ........ 250.30 Surplus.....-...... 35,000.00 I after. an examination 'of the assets
s Stocks and Bonds. .. 11,05i89 Undivided Profits... 4,499.31 I I and liabilities of the bank, gave no ested in anything that is your

....... I \
Furniture and FixDEPOSITS 1001543.05 hope that stockholders of the bank welfare. .

three ........... 13,363.23 : would be able to save anything. For

a Real Estate ... ....' 6,585.50 the stockholders there was a possibility Bring your troubles as well as \

; Cash on .hand and that they might receive as much
4 doe f from Banks.. 458,95195 v your deposits to
as sixty or seventy per cent.
_____ ____ */ .__ __ ____ \
The passage back and forth of. a _
. 1,091,04M6 :, ;. :1,091,042.36. mysterious black satchel, between the i
.
. ) ,. ;>,' ". officers of the then state treasurer, I. i[ PEOPLES[ NATIONAL l BANK

I : :::.,) i' : ,: :. -. .> B. Cameron, and the bank was explained \
at length by Mr. Backhus in

.f'.. his testimony.He .
.
*
-
"It is a pleasure lo serve yoa/
.. Oa the Merits of the Above: Statement :we.. said there was an "information; ...... t
}* < bureau" working between the state .

house and.the bank, and that money; \

: SOLICIT YOUR : would be placed in the treasury just J .
BUSINESS'I i
before the arrival of the state's bank "
. i' 'C""O ;
II examiners. Testimony was given to . '{ '
show that outside interests of Treasurer .
Y I
Cameron and others were responsible I

for many of the financial

AFTERNOON AT been and the 1 transactions now under scrutiny. ,
.INIWBSTING provided poor mountain ,
ROSALIND CLUB. I children have to depend entirelyon "Practically all the securities," said .' : '' ,\

the generosity of outside friends. :Sowers, "held in connection with the I

loans advanced by the bank, have .
Miss Stone and: Miss Roe Talk Of Hardly a day passes without some. applicants -
Mental' Settlement Work. at the school, and it is almost shrunk in value until they now repre- .

I; I I heart-rending to have to turn sent approximately $1,000,000 insteadof
Two earnest workers from the W.'I
those for knowledge. Miss $2,315,600 as supposed in the first
away eager
School, of Hindman
; C. T. U. Settlement place" '
Stone recited one incident of two
,'Kentucky,' Miss May Stone and boys, aged seven and ten years, who Many of the stocks held were char- Beating the Merit System.Ministers -

Miss, Rue, appeared before the la.des walked thirty-fivemiles to the school acterized by Mr. Sowers as of the and envoys who declineto

of, the, Rosalind, .Sorosis, Twentieth -I land when, told they could not be admitted ""wild cat" variety, while notes of resign on the ground that they

; :Century and U. D. C., organizations because there was no place!I I doubtful safety are also held. I are under the civil service may COMPLETESY
yesterday' afternoon at the! ,
change their minds when they re-
for them to sleep, walked back to
Rosalind Club rooms and,gave short, '
their home, returning a few days GRAND THEATRE. ceive 'promotions to be charges
tat delightful talks on a subject later lugging with them some' blan- "After the Welsh Rabbit, Edison- d'affaires at Tierra del Fuego or IOF

which, ufitfl recently, has 'received kets, saying they would gladly rest comedy. The clubman after eating, Boma, Kongo Free State. Washington ,

: 4 lisle; ; attention, ta education'of the anywhere if the teachers would just a, midnight rabbit, dreams that he Post. .
mountaineers.
.3's Keetecky take them in. Over seven hundred dies and goes to Heaven, only to, be
,JI L.lp. A. Curtis gracefully intro- refused admittance. Finding that AT'THE FAVORITE TODAYL
names are+ now on the waiting list
,
?' .deed: Mist Stone, I who spoke in a at the school and Miss ,Stone made his friends are not there he goes to The Law of God (Amercian) Spring

4s Most! 'interesting manner of the need for hun- Hades and there is subjected to terrible Drama.
a stirring appeal help, one
",,of: schools, among the uneducated dred dollars being the amount need- experience. But he wakes up 2. The Winning of Helen (Majestic)
r mountain people, giving many inciideats ; Styles
: ed for a scholarship for one year. to find his slippers are scorching be- Comedy..
w > ,connected with her thirteen Following Miss Stone, Miss Rue entertained fore the fire."CinderiHa. 3At Liberty' (Thanhouser) Drama.

;pears work at _Hindman. all present with a humorous I ," Vitagraph comedy. 4. Family ix.Vp, (Keystone)

In her 'talk, Miss Stone gave a I although, at times, pathetic descrip- She loses it. He finds it and through- Comedy. tFASm t-

,umber of startling facts. One fourth tion of life in the mountain homes, it finds a mate. It reads like a riddle. 5. A Midnight Elopement (Keystone

(: ',of:the population Kentucky dwells picturing vividly a scene in the houseof The comedy is good. The cast is ) Comedy.We .
AfEucoJG
oft the Rocky mountain sides and in
: a "well-to-do" family; the one- first class. are giving you your money's
r ,the valleys, abut ,off formerly from room log cabin, the "lean-to" on the "The Old Monk's Tale," Edison- worth. 5 cents to all. -

almost all communication with the back, containing the dining-room and drama. A youth infatuated with a

w outside world. kitchen; the, supper baking on the Spanish coquette, robs the statue of Ten per: cent off on all linen and \

fi_ The first to become interested in hearth and the table, boasting of oilcloth the Virgin of jewels to deck his queen Lace at Hamilton &; Dunn's.
these mountainfolk were lumbermen, but is discovered in the act and
cover, but which bore only four pays .
:Jjho realized the value of the huge plates, out of which'over,a dozen pea the penalty. The offering is worthyof For the next few weeks the ship- Straw
., trees the trunks of which were float
ple were to eat the evening meal commndation. Splendid costumes ment of vegetables from Palmettowill
4 ed down:the streams, the only means Both addresses were followed with graceful acting and beautiful scene probably average 100 cars a week. .
", by which they could be transportedto
closest attention showing interest ery.
,deep Hats
the :far away saw mills. These I' on the part of the listenersand Remember the Victrola Operatic Inspect Shannibarger's big stock of

taabermen, on their :journeys into I' appreciation of the noble work Concert preceding the matinee. Con- Bicycle tires.
3 the hills discovered a race almost ,
being done by Miss Stone and Miss cert begins at 2:15 p. m. Matinee
,s :foreign a \race, using the English}!I Rue begins at 3:30 p. m. One ticket ad-

f of Chaucer's'time, singing old border I mits to both. Five and ten cents,the

,' ballads, used in, England centuries
regular price. \ WELCOME TO
CARPENTERS AND BUILDERS,
o. ago' and, in observance of the old 1 ATTENTION I II I Brown &

reckoning, keeping January sixth as 1 -. : MOOSE LODGE ENTERTAINS. RIYAL PAlM! LartigueBASE

OhriithiaaDay.. There were nor The Progressive carpenter nowa- Moose Lodge No., 766, entertainedlast
schools the only glimpse of a broad- in their club
evening rooms in
is that draws the
days a man money SHOP
er' clvliKtion'ing had from thet BARBER
above the minimum scale. Almost their usual happy and winning. .
t visits of the Methodist "Circuit Rid style.
any man can be a drone at his trade, :
er." of his After the minstrel show in the Lu- Modern and Complete. .
and the onlyway to get out
/ Then, and, even now in many districts lethargy is to keep abreast of the cerne Theatre, the "Honey Boy" com- Everything ,new, individual

,large families eat and sleepin times.: The surest way for a carpenter pany, of which several belong to the electric attachments at every I

one room, which ,has no ndowsand' I to do this is to subscribe for The Moose order, were guests of the local chair. No stone has been left

t do all of their cooking over open I National Builder. It is up to the lodge'and a right royal time was the unturned to make this shop BALL

fires. minute and ,covers: the building fieldi result Refreshments and vocal and meet th erequirements of the
The Settlement School for which t instrumental music of class .
i in detail. It is a school of instruction a high most particular. Plenty of
Miss Stone has so faithfully'labored, whiled the time
rapidly away. Courteous attendants.
Y : that is a pleasure to pursue. It is a room.
founded ,eleven and,(
was years ago, STETSON UNIVERSITY
magazine for the carpenter and builder ELIJAH WBJTEHEAD,.
is now composed of ten or twelve
WHAT OTHER PAPERS SAY.
and a special rate.of $2.00 for two Proprietor. *
buildings, with a faculty of twentyinstructors. .
-
years is. given at ,the present time. Ave Orlando Fla.TUEOLAND.
s The course embrace Naturally Would. Orange. vs
academic and Twenty-four complete' house plans London Glaziers' Union has I
} primary, intermediate, ) cordially
and twenty-four copies given duringthe 'J
4 studies but indorsed the ROLLINS
even.college:preparatory suffragettes.- COLLEGE
year. Fred,T. Hodgson is the edi- '
directed industrial Wall Street Journal
especial attention is to !
K tor of The National Builder. 30,000
pursuits. The boys have I
t and builders take The
skillful in ,using tools carpenters One Way ,To Do IL
very
proven National Builder. ? Becauseit
Why March 21
and ,have been' taught to make pretty Perhaps Vice President Marshall Friday, .
delivers the goods. Call or write I
4 ,and substantial walnut.furniture, intends to keep himself in the lime-
whOe.' both' boys and girls are. given for sample copy. H. C. Chadwick, light by saying things he shouldn't. i and I
Care Cooper &; Chadwick, Real Estate
instructions in' all questions relatingto -Detroit Free Press.
:
Office 17 Church St. Orlando. 3t
I
agriculture, One girl who walked I '" I1ECAR Saturday March 22WINTER
v :four raSet.aday: to:the school, graduated i Nor the Last II I ,

$ .with honors'from the agrieul-'BASKET BALL TOMORROW EVE A New York chef has' produced anew HAT EVERYBODY ; J

'tural.department and*is now teaching 11 f delicacy that is known as a i at'

; In'a prominent college. What promises to be an exciting clover salad. But this win not be BTAUONGAWDT

Miss Stone says that' .the mountaineers -i game of basket ball is scheduled for the first salad to taste like haysoakedin PARK a

& are-eager to learn and'am: tomorrow night, when the young ladies oil-Rochester Post-Express. .

bitious. They are not only willing; of the Duval,High School, Jacksonville

Y 'make effort to educate are'to 'contest with the team Terrible. KWNStUTHNMAGRUDER
but glad to any ASK M -
GAME AT,3'p. r.ThfrI .
themselves and ,the students in the J from Tampa, High School for State Of all the terrible things that can

school are ,entitled to their tuition Championship... The game is to'take happen.to a woman the :worst undoubtedly : A.s-I-JV' Me Gnat_Stud Free
i I,place in the Armory.iShaft&ibarger'i .. is to be forced to drive 11 ..
the housework
in
by their faithful aiding wr tor tM tiaCer.ws cSpIo.rro. of
: .gardening and yard work of I past a store window full} of new tie Ilate: '

: the lMittotres. ,$owererno;: 'one can ; for bicycles and Easter millinery when she has a. stiff - ,

..W me! for i,tisieM"t'tthekrahip has en- neck.Florida Times-Union. : . ,'. -'- . .

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