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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 22, 1913
Frequency: daily (except monday)
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando
Coordinates: 28.533611 x -81.375833 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1913.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 1, no. 269 (Dec. 20, 1913).
General Note: J.F. Schumann, editor.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 4 (Feb. 14, 1913).
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VOLUME ONE, _r ORLANDO, ,FLORIDA-, SATURDAY, MARCH 22ND, 1913. NUMBER 35.
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4 MISSISSIPPI, TENNESSEE KEN. COLD WAVE, RAIN AND WIND OFFICERS EL5 TED AND MEETING .I CHAIRMAN OF THE PRINTING COMMISSIONER CABELL REFERS SECRET INQUEST CONDUCTEDIN

... :TUCKY. AND" ARKANSAS SUFFER PROMISED ALONG,THE AT. COMES TO' A CLOSE YESTERDAY I BODY AND ALSO MEMBER QUESTIONS RELATIVE TO HINGHAM, MASS; BRINGS

h ., RAINS AND, HURRICANE LANTIC SEABOARD AFTERNOON- I OF THREE OTHER POWERFUL MEASURES TO UNITED SENSATIONAL RESULTS.
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;: 'WINDS. i SUNDAY.. WAS BUSY SESSION. I. ONES. I STATES ATTORNEYS PLEADS NOT GUILTY

m ,Special to The Sentinel .Special to'the SentinelWashington The Grand Commandry of the I Special to fit SentineLWashington Special to the SentinelWashington Special to the Sentinel k
.f Memphis, Tenn.,' .,March 21.-Re-r March 2L-The cruel Knights Templars after being in annual I March 21.The re- I March 2L-Commissioner Hingham, Mass., March 21.-Mrs.
r : ;ports ,from North Mississippi,' West weather man, from his perch above session here for the past,few organization of the United States of Internal Revenue Cabell has Ralph Davis and Miss Dorothy Aio-

\ i :Tennessee, Southeast 'Kentucky and Washington, today croaked evil days, have finished up with the election Senate which marks the passing of given notice that the Webb act, pro. worth, two step-daughters of Admiral }

t- ,North., and East Arkansas,' which ,phophedes that bode ill,for madame's of officers, the selection of a the scepter of power from the Repub- hibiting the"shipment of liquor into Eaton, were put through long
) 1 were' swept by a severe wind and hew Easter bonnet, and her new Easter meeting place for 1914 and attedingto licans to the Democrats, was an eventof prohibition territory for general sale, examinations this afternoon by the

:.. rainstorm" last night, .and early today, suit, made after the ,various Balkan the many social features that had moment in the South. Most of won't 'be enforced by the revenue ot.1 authorities in their effort to lean r

:'1 %are delayed because of. an almost complete styles' After chuckling over his been provided for the visitors by the. the important committee places of ficers. I the identity of the person who purchased
: prostration of telegraph 'and little yellow telegrams from all partsof members of the Order of the Eeastern I I the Senate are headed by Southerners Since the.bill was passed over the the arsenic with 'which it is

.telephone wires centering in. this city. the country, the weather man rub Star. Gainesville was chosen as the ,, while the presence of a goodly veto of President Taft, the commis- alleged the Admiral was poisoned.

; ., No loss of:life had been reported up bed'his hands, in glee, and pronounced next convention city, and .the officers I proportion of' Southerners on every sioner has had frequent letters from Officers generally admitted that another

to an: early hour,tod J. .t! the likelihood 'of doom for'Easter elected were as follows: committee makes it certain that the interested persons who want to see woman might be arrested shortly

.< No definite advices have been reserved , finery, as follows: Right Eminent Grand Commander, Southern point of view will be a potential it enforced v in addition to Mrs. Eaton, who wu

;. ; 'here from Hoxie, Ark:,: where';' "The ,terrific ''wind and rain storm W. C. Anderks, Jacksonville.. influence in shaping legisla- In response, the commissioners have yesterday arrested, charged with .her
Ui % the wind is saidto have blown downa now central over northern Indiana is Very Eminent Deputy Grand Com- tion.Senator had a formal letter prepared which |husband's death. The detectives are '

large number of houses and injured. f coming east. It is followed by a mander, Calen B. Seaman, Daytona. Duncan U. Fletcher, Flor is being! generally distributed in .very anxious to learn from Miss Ains- '
L }of ascon, of persons. ,]cold wave unprecedented at'this time Eminent Grand Generalissimo, W. ida's senior representative in the up-' which he says that all questions I worth all she knows about the pres-

] F 'During the height of the storm wire of the year. ,While the cold wave may I R. O'Neal, Orlando. per house, fared unusually. well in relative to the enforcement of the ence of persons in the Eaton home at
ff 'communication was lost with that not reach the east 'in all its severity Eminent Grand Captain General;' the reorganization. The steering law should be addressed to the local !Assinipi.Mrs. .

k point,'and has not'yet' been regained ,tomorrow and probably ,Sunday willbe Frank B. Stoneman, Miami.'i committee which worked out the gen- United States attomeys.ENTERTAINMENT Eaton spent the day in jail

; this Jaol'D Dg. Up to that time no loss narked by rain throughout the Eminent Senior Grand Warden,t eral scheme of :the reorganization, I:preparing her case with her attor

:.of' life was reported. 1'[I temperature.* While the rain maybe Chas. H. Ketchum, Key West. '{I recognized Senator Fletcher's past PLANNED FOR neys. A special grand jury meets :a
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: At Fulton, Ky., considerable e dam over before .the time for the. Eas- Eminent Grand Junior Warden,' Dr.1 services and ,dealt generously with HARDWARE. PEOPLE. next week to hear the evidence

**fe was done to' property.t j iter l parade Sunday, the day will be H, 0. Snow, Tampa. him. The Democratic caucus ratifiedthe I i against the widow. It was strongly

In ,Mississippi the storm was se comparatively cold and probably The following officers were reelected recommendations of the steering The reception and entertainment admitted today that the lunacy commission .
: ,1. ;here from Granada, to Water Valley. 'windy." : 'committee in every particular. for the National Hardware Associa-!'I be asked before Mrs. Eatox

F, "' :At Senatobia the;wind was unusually t( Cold wave warnings were ordered'displayed Eminent Grand Prelate, Thomas Not only did Senator Fletcher land tion, which will reach Winter Park could be brought to trial.

; \ '.high. and homes. are said to have in the Gulf States, the Ohio Griffith, Jacksonville. one of the most important and desirable this morning over the Atlantic CoastLine '' z
$. :.been tossed abort as if playthings. ,Valley, east and central Lake region, Eminent Grand. Treasurer, W. 'S.I chairmanships of the Senate, but is in charge of Messrs. Chas.j'[CAST OFF THE OLD-PUT ,OJl

l' No loss,of life.occurred;there. iJ i i land I the Appalachian ,mountain re Ware, Jaekso lle.' I he was assigned also to three of the Lord and W. M. Davis. I THE NEW. ,t. '*
:J Locally;,, only minor .damage was gion.. Eminent Grand Recorder, Wilbur P. most powerful and influential committees The .party will be met there and i i

''\ : .done.: ',Signs wore blown down, hones Webster, Jacksonville. in the Senate makeup. In addi. taken for a drive which will end at I i Only one more day to Easter
1 unroofed aDd windows blown out 'inifce ORLANDO REALTY VALUES The following reappointments,weremade tion, he was given,places on four oth Orlando. The route is as follows: I i I I I Sunday. Don't put off buying your

't + .hifher,buMngs-. A.heavy down.! .SWELL : e er committees lesser importance. All cars to leave Winter Park depot Easter suit a moment longer.

t 1 few of rain With'continuous flashes ie -r- I Eminent Grand Standard Bearer, J. at 7 o'clock. The route will be I!; Have you stopped to think how the-

c t of upt.ml.d' rolls of thunder ac-'|t About a'yeai agVMrs. 'Eden Wher. Fritz Franz,Jacksonville. MAY BE .AMBASSADOR. TO GER. due East on the Boulevard to Inter-;.]custom I of wearing new things at Easter ,

i:; .ee dedaded the blow. j ry purchased. of Mr,Sperrya lot just .Eminent Grand Sword Bearer, P. E. MANY. lachen avenue, 'thence due north on came about?
;- "" !'east Cf the cornir: (Main. reet anj Rowton, Palatka Interlachen avenue to Pulsifer Circle I Some thought of it may be fount

M :TEN STATES SWEPT. BY, .'BIG'. .Centra: !?awiiiand'paid.., thefefior.I.r .. hei T :Eminent Grand,Wardep, H. W..Davas ., IpeeW ts tlw. nimL _to Georgia avenue, from ,thence', in the Resurrection, the world reborn
.:t r'- CYCLONE. 4 i sum -rfw5: '' !>';.. !-*- .: y'. :St Augustine. Washington;March 21.;;..Prof. Hen to Palmer avenue' across the bridge :!casting aside its old clothes and tailing '

'f, .tpeelal to '11 Sentinel:: | Yesterday, sold this lot to Doctor During the absence of Eminent ry Burchard Fine has had under consideration between Lakes Osceola' and Maitland I',I on new apparel and new ideals

St. ,Louis, March ,ProWWy' one Cowell,"for $3,000, thus doublingher Grand Guard John W. Capper of for more than a week an offer to the north gate of W. C. Comstock,I,;It is the dose of winter and Mother
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hundred persons were killed in a cyclone to be ambassador to Germany.Prof. Esquire's property, through his placeto Earth don suit of
money in'ess than a year, and Jacksonville, A. W. Windhorst, of this I t a new green it
which' swept Jen' 'states last. this "only one,of the many instances city, officiated in that capacity.One . Fine, who is now abroad, has the south side, then turn to the honors of the Springtime. ;

,night and this ,morninfl"' (of.this kind in, this city., of the important features ofyesterday's been cabled by close friends of President right and go over the bridge and follow I So, in order to be as well dressed :1I ,
The. number;of;injured will probably Wilson urging that he accept the the Pine Tree avenue to Sylvian Mother Earth
', j Orlando real estate has been on the session was the adoptionof as we must have DeW'rhats
\ \ reach' five hundred, and of these climb for several years. Dr. Cowell\ of .a new constitution. The commit post. No\ word has been receives Lake, turn to the right. and follow I I new suits, new shoes, new fI
f'It': there are many ,more who will die 'I from him today at the White House. the road into Winter Park
will have a substantial home and tee on statutes and regulations presented keeping J I gloves and new things'of all kinds.
f' of wounds"suffered in, the wreck The office built, on the lot, and will move the riew'constitution, together Prof. Fine graduated from Princeton the left hand road which will take you I They must be just right in texture.

extent of property damage cannot ibis. family here 'next,fall. He has avery I with'a set of regulations, which have in 1882 and was dean of the faculty by the college and from thence to :Jin I cut, in color and contrast They
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be given, but will probably reach,t choice location and his purchase been, so drafted as to conform with while Mr. Wilson was presidentof the Orlando road-to Orlando. At' must be of the right quality and right. ,
;''! ::$3,000,000. Wire destruction has lwill'' .make :this iJoclor's row. Dr. the ,new statutes and regulations the university. It is said that the stahdpipe, turn to the left on[I'I price.

been ireet'and the full extent of the{Christ owns the corner next to him adopted by'the Grand Encampment of Prof. Fine is undecided whether or Marks street to Magnolia and from j I I The' merchants of Orlando have ) ;

:. calamity will,not be known for .sever?rarid'I>!.McEwan the opposite corner. the United States. I not to accept the diplomatic post, as there to- the Wyoming Hotel, turn to.been preparing for Easter and L

l al.days.n : Dr. Cowell>> with his family.. have reA rising vote of thanks was riven he is being strongly urged for the the right and, go to Orange avenue; 1 Springtime ever since the first faflI U
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Biasing a regular,, and semicircular turned'to their home in Athens, Pa., Past Commander L. C. Massey, of.Orlando I presidency of Johns Hopkins Univer go due south to Robinson, then turn I I days. They are well prepared. Readtheir
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trail,: the storm, which it'points I where they will remain until fall for his, services in preparingand 11 sity.It and go around Lake Eola until you advertisements in the Daily "'_
,gained hurricane, force, t Ct'the, arranging the' new statutes and is said that some prominent arrive at West street, go south on I{Sentinel closely and constantly,. every
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.at tes of, the south:and I yN
fdf swung! LOCAL"PEOPLE SEEN IN ?FI, FL" regulations. At the conclusion of the i Princeton alumni brought Prof. Fine's West street to Church until you get day and keep well,informed regarding '
.northward and eastward over Louisjana -I morning session the Sir Knights were I name forward recently for the Berlin to Main street, ,south on Main to all the new things. Then you will

r.4 Alabama;,',Mississippi. .Arkansas Many People Will Appear In the Big entertained at a luncheon, under the i embassy and the President Lucerne Circle around to South Main,I be able to purchase your Springtime

1 t Missouri, Tennessee" ,' Kentucky, Play. auspices of the Order of the Eastern! promptly accepted the suggestion. turn up South Main to Gore avenue,I apparel at the right store and at the
:Illinois Michigan Ohio and New .
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"Fi Fi" (pronounced Fee-Fee) of Star., This was followed by automo- turn to the right and go down Burke right price. ....
York STETSON DEFEATS ROLLINS.In street back to Lucerne Circle, and '\
Only the most meagre facts have the Toy-Shop has been declared by bile rides to the principal points of:
the press and public in thelargest citiesto interest in and about the city. I from there to South Orange avenue, FT. MYERS APPROVES BONDS
been learned from
stormsweptarea be the most brilliant Before the closing the Commandery one of the best games ever played go north to the San Juan hotel This Special to the Sentinel '
; delightfuland -
,; but from advices, at hand, itfa vote of thanks tendered to on any diamond in Florida, the completes the journey.V Ft Myers, March 21. The bond
unique entertainment conceiv a was ,
feared life "
t that the loss of will be able. Interspersed with tuneful music Ivanhoe Commandery, No. 8, for its Rollins college ..baseball team, met At the termination of the drive, issue for $60,000 for municipal Improvements -

as, heavy if not last greater. than that and unusual .spectacular features, work in behalf of the Grand Com- defeat at the hands of the fast Stet- a banquet ,will- be tendered them at were ratified by the vot.
week's
resulting from' storm, in Winter Park ., the Juan HotelIt of Fort Myers' with
son aggregation yesterday San ers yesterday
well thanks
the character roles mandery meeting
when are decidedly clev: as as
upwards of one hundred were er and the plot irresistably funny, were exressed to the city officials, the afternoon, ,before a large is a part of the plan to presentthe sweeping'majorities..,The closest vote
killed. crowd of the lovers of the national visitors with of was on the $47,000 for street :
7 ,A :while the nature of the productionis press, and all that had contributed to quantities orangesand paving
cold weather
wave with freezing such'that children as well as adults I the success, of the meeting and the game. grapefruit, and the ladies of the which carried 87 to 33. The $7,001 -
i' extending as far south as Florida, accompanied will enjoy the performance. entertainment of the visitors.TampaTribune The boys from DeLand had all luckand party, of which there will be about for waterworks extension and fire

the storm.TWO The committee in charge of "Fi 21st. the best pitcher, Lee, who did thirty, with a bouquet of orange protection, and $6,000 for sewerage

:**t F'i', which is to be given under the the twirling for Sanford last year,I blossoms. extension, receiving slightly larger
PER CENT., auspices of the Rosalind Club HEAVY FOG. was on the' firing line for Stetson There will be fifty-five automobiles majorities. '
are putting -
# 'fpeclal 1 to' the SeatbeLWashington forth every effort for the goodof and won his own game in the second. from Orlando and five from Winter f Menendez Johnson, W. J. Odom and .
March 2L-Two perCent Special to the Sentinel inning with a single to right The Park Guy B. Reynolds were elected bond
the play. Mrs. H. L Beeman has
tax may be levied by Congress New York, March 2L-Heavy gray score stood at the finish, 1 to 0. trustee; without opposition. The bond
of the advance
charge tickets and
: .on excess of incomes over 4,000 a; will mist spread over the upper and lower The series now stands, Rollins two, .. NEW FRENCH CABINET. issue had the warm ,support of the
i effort .be spared in
no makingthe
: year. under the authority of the new bays and imprisoned four thous- Stetson one. Special to The, Sentinel.Paris Board of Trade. -
; \, 'income tax amendment: play a big social as well as finan and passengers on twelve incoming Battery for,Stetson, Lee and Lar. March 21.-Jean $arthou,
sucCess the
cial of
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This,means that men whose salary season. steamers for several hours. Those cy; Rollins, Barze, Ross and White. Minister, of Justice in the last French NAVY AND MARINE ,CORPS REGISTER .
: /was $7500 a year would have to pay who reached the quarantine in the Umpires, Pounds and CampbellThe cabinet, today accepted the Presi APPEARS TODAY.

: the government in,personalties two i I r ;THE" GRAND THEATRE. early morning were able to creep to ; same teams will play again I dent's invitation to head ttie'new cabinet Special to the Sentinel v
f far Benton $$3500 or $50 a year a manwith I their piers during a rift'in the fog at this afternoon in Winter Park and 'a He called on President Poin-. Washington, March 2L-5tT r";grand
: c' : an income of .$5,000 a year to "Saved By His Horse," Pathe noon, but several will have to'remain good game is promised. I care today and ,informed him that a's marine corps register for 1913*'

;. PiJ: X20. drama. An escape,from the Indians. until 'Saturday morning. result.of inquiries he was sure of an II made 'its appearance today. George

{{ to 'Corporations are taxed'two per Truly thrilling. Ferry, boat traffic was greatly impeded TO BE' OVERHAULED.Special ample majority to support him in theChamberof Dewey heads the active list ,as ad-
>:1't drat, on their 'net profit under the "Sweeney and the Million," Selig 'by' a fog throughout the day Deputies, and also in the I miral of the navy and ,the registeralso

;existing law ,This tax has yielded comedy. Sweeney, the Irish hod.car- but no accidents are reported. Trainson to the Sentinel Senate,' .at least until the electoral shows on that list twentyfourrear

1 the government a special revenue rier,falls heir to a million. all railroads are delayed and es- Washington, March 2L-The bat- reform bill comes up again for dis- admjrals, ninety-five captains 3
y :of'$27,000,000-a' year. This ,revenue "The' Smoke From Lone Bill's ,Cabin pecially in rush hours in the morning. tle, Ships Utah, Michigan, Nebraska cussion. one hundred, and seventeen lieutenant
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?i;wJfl_ be>lost under,the general income Vitagraph-drama. The smoke Telegraphic communications withChicago and Ohio, of the Atlantic fleet, will I It was the lack of support for this commanders' three hundred and (

-:tax. Chairman Underwood, of the from Done"Bill's cabin is a welcome and other points in the mid- proceed to their home. yards April 1 measure which brought' about thefall fifty-one lieutenants, eighty-eight
',Ways and Means Committee>> conferred sight to Mary. Likewise to Lone dle west were cut off for the greater .for annual overhauling, remaininguntil C1 the Briand cabinet junion lieutenants (junior grade),

\, today oh,the question of rate to Bill, Mary changes her name and part'of the day as a result of wind : .June 30. During their absence, and seven ,hundred and twenty-two

,'( be,charged' ,, with Hull, of Tennessee' his to Bill-just.plain ,Bill and sleet, which swept the middle section their places in the fleet will be 'filled THE FAVORITE ensigns.
: wfco was asigned the duty of,.writing -3- from the great lakes almost to by the return to active service of the 3 Crackerjaek Reels 3. ..

:$ :: w income tax law Tonight the Irish-American Comedy the Gulf., Delaware, Rhode.stand,, New.'Hampshire Including a special two-reel feature -WEATHER REPORT. #
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if''Tht feared sit 'In euteIu duties Entertainers and Singers of At. ;and Kansas.. by Kay..Bie"Bl Will Tell" ....1I
ft t ...,Wed 'under the new .tariff tints,. will'upplement' the splendid BUYS THE SEEGAR:STOCK. Exciting Feature drama I I Flarida-Generally; fair, Saturday ..,

: :few'TJ will' result in' .lost' of. revenues- program of motion pictures with,the '- REDS DEFEAT WHITES.In ":f psy" Turvy Love Affair," ''Re. .and;Sunday; colder, north and eel-
:''exceeding one hundred. .and/fifty; ,mfl- latest tun and 'I nglng..Alwa'B,som A deal was closed in Orlando yesterday Sparkling comedy tral 'portions Saturday., .1 A

_. .:1ieL The income tax ,that supply thing good for Saturday night at ,the whereby Mr. John S.'Rowland, a very dose game :of 'polo at 'Ypull laugh!, :You'll shout! You'll

.. :. deficit., t Grand the Pine street hustling grocery maD, the Fair ,Grounds: yesterday ateri} er am. Most all, or the:,inerchBta_ :ofOrlando I

: : . ", became e, owner of the Seegar :st noon, between, the Reds. aid '.WWtee.- Do not miss this'splendid program. have .nicely?arriaged:wadm.Tfceir .: t 'i;

4 tr.rBatar. y, ErMOnf.. .Port.. ..... a. 8cl .Coun-- . Tea'.per..:centoff,,0I1'aD' linen and oi" .,groceries. on ,.Church,. ;street" ckl local'flyers,-,the fenter-'defeated the ',Open-.2 VB.. aa*:&.:80:to'10:p.;m. :'showing of: Strmf. '-and Eastef
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!oierybody iUithe"song Everybody who'entitled does. not"The is 'Rosary"3t familiar ( Lord &. Bradshaw Magnificent Showing of

has'been:called "the most,popular .| We wish to announce to our friends, and the' public generally, II .
' ,erious song of 'the past decade" and I
veil deserves the reputation.A I.that we have formed a partnership under the 1 i New Spring Suits
London newspaper gives the fol. above firm name, for a general t
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"' *e".famous.song. Estate and Insurance | I
The author Ethelbert Nevin, was' an ileal and Dresses ;
Jjnencan ,and his sisteT- -1aw, Mrs.: business and are centrally located in a ground floor office at Xo. .1
&H. Baker of Zellwood has been a I'
"sesident'of Orange county for severaljears. I i 17 S. Orange Avenue, (formerly occupied by Hamilton & Dunn i
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I Millinery), where we will be pleased to meet all our old friends |
"One_ winter's,day in London, twenty S =t WE ARE SHOWING A BEAUTIFUL ASSORTMENT OF.
years or'more ago, a young man- I and to make new ones. SILKS AND SATINS, ALL COLORS, DRESS GOODS
|ale and worn, his face prematurely I l .I IN ALL THE, LATEST PATTERNS FOR OLD AND
f r ear d'with' the marks of ill health I Our list of city and acreage property is surpassed by none,
YOUNG. WHITE CANVAS SHOES. THE DISPLAY
aid sorrow-rose;wearily from a table
'i a cheap restaurant and made his 1 and we have some exceptional bargains. CoME AND SEE Us t CONTAINS ACCURATE ILLUSTRATIONS OF THE
the cashier's I SEASONS BEST AND LATEST CREATIONS, AND
fay out into the'fog. At
.&sk he paid a check for sevenpence !I Lord & Bradshaw | IS WORTHY THE ATTENTION OF EVERY ORLANDO
li'penny; and as he pulled the money WOMAN. CALL IN AND ACQUAINT YOURSELF
:loin his pocket,a,worn ieather'wallet I 1.17 S. ORANGE AVL ORLANDO fu.1| WITH THE HIGH CHARACTER OF OUR GARMENTS .

Jell': to the floor. He did not notice 1..,,9tl!:lK..............:..+.......... ...i AND THE REASONABLE PRICES.Kanner's .
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krned.it.it in at the desk. IIIMilMMIIIIIMIIMMMIMMmilHMtiltttlMIMI
:It was forgotten. ., In time the
restaurant outgrew its 0 quarters and 1913 models
} a"move was made. The proprietor, New York
going over,: some old dust besmeared
pipers, came across the shabby
: pocketbook and showed it to a coskmer. I
y ,The'.customer scanned'its, 'conamts. -
:ri They,were mostly. fragmentaay : Bargain: Store
:, .verse, some of }jt of wonderful,. y
'wen sacred depth of feeling. .
.' One in particular fascinated him If You Would be Posted be a Daily Visitor to this Store
and he' ,turned it over to a friend of
yo Ifs-* composer, Ethelbert Nevin. MOTOCYCLES
h Serin'put it to music-and the result
*the "RoSll')." Four H. P..Models $200.00 TOMATO PLANTS FOB SALE I ; ,MHIIMIIflllMMHMM6l.
One dollar thousand in J. B. McKAY ,
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quantity desired. Purchasers must CONTRACTOR AND I- ELIJAH HAND :
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do their own pulling of plants. Better BUILDER.
AaoLd cultivate'the habit Your time Funeral
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plant now. My packing house in Or- Superintend All Work.
sill be well spent and Embalmer
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: '(John K ffiffil r:'-in Christian':Obi lea if;nowin, r=.in the' St. ome'seekersOPPORTUNITY
k i ". server.), Jame v in that city IT'SAF PROPOSITION : '

i How Wny idle.words we,speak, being conducted by Evangelist MorganLee
How aany.vain rewards we,seek, Starkeof: Brooklyn, N. Y., assisted ;;
} .How iftny truant Vows,we make, by Reyi W. M. .Poage.Shannibarger's "0 TO ASSUME THAT YOU ARE

,How; mny: perilous risks we. take, PRESENTS ,ITSELF AT,CORNER OF AMELIA AND I
How,many evil thoughts we think, for bicydei and APPRECIATIVE OF THE VERY :
.. Trenton streets-two new and up-to-date and modern
How many:cursed things we,'drink Kundricc. ,bungalows and a corner lot, near ,Lake Dot ,will be sold I
,Bow many unkind deedswe'do! I BEST. WE ARE SPECIALISTS IN ; :
together*or separate at prices too low,,to mention here.
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But, friends, would we we
,Prices and also my reason for selling will be given upon ,
,, knew stain, dealer'say I overheard this a morning,prominent to.hardware a prominent inspection of premises.. Cash or Terms. Fine opportunityfor Electrical. Wireing and Motor Work .
lives'we
: How many guiltless citizen of Orlando, I could have investment.. If not sold before May 1st, will be rented.
; ,And how much sorrow; how much bought. land at $2.50 and $5.00 but NEWELL ELECTRICAL COMPANY '
p ; did not do it. CLARENCE P. SMITH t
'painUnto our fellow-men we, bring? At the time he referred to I sold .
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T Surely, then, we'd take more care $tOO per acre, the same land is now CHURCH ST. '
'How we'd speak and how we'd think old in 10 and twenty acre tracts for lltlllHIIIMMMMIIIIMIItMHIMMIIIIIillMMMfLET PHONE 280 I '
What we'd seek and what We'd'drinkWhat' $30.00 per:acre- and is cheap at this I

'we'd risk and what we'd do, price.What were the Orlando'people buy. "JIM" DO IT !
What we'd vow-if we but knew. ne at that time?' Gold mining stock.
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figure your profit 'You knew sometime
STATE TREASURER'S REPORT] ago your profit oh the mining If have to sell
stock, without having to figure on it. you property
A'Very Complete''Document Showing 'If you have not yet bought some i iIf TheBestistheCheapestSO :
Florida's financial ConditionIt Orlando or Orange county property, Let Jim do it. .
there is still opportunities for large t
profits, and I can show you. want to buy GET THE BEST OF ,
requires a 250-page book to carefully I can sell you something'that will you R .
chronicle all the 'sums which make you'money but your gold mining Let Jim do it. i
State Treasurer Luning has taken in Call stock and will see not me. buy it. Paints and Wall Paper : :

and.expended during the'year 1912- CARL 9- JANSEN. City and Country Properties, Farm I i 1
and Office over Dickson & Ives, Orange .
but it is all done so methodically f
carefully that the volume sent to this Avenue, Orlando, Fla Lands, Groves and Tracts 1 ," THE 1912 WALL PAPER IN SAMPLES I ii
The banks and the business of
men
" office makes most excellent reading Orlando know me, iftyou do not, ask LOOK AT THESE BARGAINS i IS GRAND AND I WILL BE PLEASED r
'although, like the dictonary,. the .subject them.MtMIMIIIMMIMMIMM. Twenty acres, 10 acres of which is in,bearing orange 1 TO SHOW THEM. ALL YOU HAVE TO .
., changes freciue tIy. I grove, and balance of .10 acres in timber land, five-room DO IS TO TELEPHONE AND I WILL &
The total interest on the public debt cottage, located three miles from city, price $3,000.00. BRING THE SAMPLE TO YOUR HOME.
of I,the, state, which is paid on July 1 t
Twenty-five acres, 10 acres of bearing grove, 600 .
and January 1, was $18,047; state IF ITS ANYTHING IN 'trees f
five-room house and barn, located on lake front, .lJtr
; school "fund $11,045; university fund DRUGS- PHONEDeUNEY four miles from city, price 400000. GEO. A. BARKER.r... PHONE 268 i'l'
$4,074; and seminary fund $2,928. Thirty acres, 15 acres in grove, 1000 trees, 15 acres ...r- .
The,.interest-- ,received by the treas: of fine farm and vegetable land located on lake front,
urer on public monies deposited in DRUG'CMfANY four and half miles from city, price 500000.
state banks amounted to $20,016.73, ascompared Forty acres of virgin pine timber land of fine fruit and
with $16, 3.33 in 1911, an vegetable land fronting on Lake Conway, four miles from
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double what the, s offices DELIVERY. Twenty acres of lake front land near city suitable for
cost to:maint&n. QUICK sub-division. Price $3,800.00. 1

:In receipts,from insurance companies Watkins Building. Forty-five acres, five acres in bearing orange grove, :
:r, (in which there were' shown 20 small house and barn, located at Conway, five miles from
S ,new applicants and 16 companies Phone : city, price $1,500.00.Five .
s withdrawn):the:figures totalize Oi86,.. MliMlilMIMillMIMMlFRANK acres with cottage near city, price 1500.00 10 percent off. on all ;
< '7W.01,;'whfle?the expenses for con.datUag.the three and one-half acres with twelve-room house located [
office amounted to butshoat' near city, price $1,500.00. Linens and Laces ,
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$1760. av compilation which, in Twenty acres with bearing grove of 300 trees, small .
dieates.a remarkably profitable: office; ' HYERS house and barn, price $2,800.00 M
$ Pre D, all' sources during the year fDAWVADn OFFICE OVER BLUE DRUG '
'tk ,rtMfete:were,,202Qs.t85, while Manufacturer of Artificial J. E. UUInrURll. STORE ORANGE AVENUE
'o"; ,a bthaee at: the commencement of Steee, Fancy, Column and .
MISSES HILTON & DUNN i '
; tfce year 1188,889.4.to bring the total Ornamental Work .

b- ,io,$1, II,... ,The'total disburse Livingston and Railroad I II I '
f meats'diriag,the same term were 51M647L99 ,- I Agents for Barclay Corsets
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.Csl t of the world's:activities. The'census Jacksonville.and Tampa,as-these are ASTER JEWELRY

SCBSOHPTION UTE I figures of the American 'News* the. only places- having open telegraph -

-' :paper Annual and Directory show that offices all night

.THE J. fie year .....*....!,......$5.00
United.States, came, intoexistence at Sentinel was the inducement to, ,the ATB
ftx:_Months ......._._....,.... ... 2.6Q .
the rate of about five a day.. ,During Postal Telegraph Company to keep
.Three Months! ..-....,'..,......s 'L25Jte different
the publicationswere all night and now business
1,686 open men
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. born while in the same length'oftime can send,or receive messages day or VA. 1ST S

.-,By-;.Bert 'carrier;la Orlando, M cento per 1,650 died, leaving the net in- night We believe that the businessmen .

.rath Duly tad S1u da'. s crease for the past twelvemonth 36. of Orlando are not slow to ap-

The Orlando Homing Sentinel can be found Those figures give some indicationof preciate that fact.

i sale.la Orlando. at.Curia 0Nctft Book the activity in the publishing busi- o'

z- tore. __ ness. They also indicate the uncer-, FLORIDA FAIREST STATE IX THE BEAUTY AND FRESHNESS OF
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We will ,,appreciate prompt complaint if tainty and the hazards of what is commonly THE UNION.
r 'tlliyerj it,not properly made by our carrien.Adrvrtkinf . 'known as the "newspapergame. I SPRINGTIME IS IN THE NEW JEWEL-

' nto will be furnished on' ap- ." In the number of employes, By Congresman Frank Clark. RY AND SILVER. FOR THE EASTER 'i

p&ation. value of products and value added by Florida is the fairest State in the GIFT YOU WILL FIND HERE MANY ,

THE WEEKLY SENTINEL manufacture the newspaper and pub great sisterhood of commonwealths: ,
y' .fir year by man, pottage paid- .SLOOJldrcai lishing business stands fifth among comprising the American Union; a DESIRABLE ARTICLES. AT MODEST -
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THE 8ENTINEU Orlando Florida.Oflee
is the nation's great industries. That in- State larger in area than any sov- PRICES. "
197 Gout Street, Arcade Building
Phone 24 dicates ,something of the ,substantial ereignty east of the Mississippi river -

quality of the business, something of save ,one; 'a State having more LEATHER NOVELTIES '
J. F. 'SCHUMANN. Mt.r its very real importance in our busy seacoast than any other State in this ,
JOSIAH FERRIS. PrepricUr.
.- -" life of today.Publishing. republic; a State filled with great WE ARE ALWAYS ON THE LOOKOUT .
.SATURDAY, MARCH'22ND, 19ia a newspaper in not today rivers and lakes; a State rich in beds
FOR THINGS NOVEL IN LEATHER.
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s. The wages of sin, very often is debt. be?run today'on the occasional naval stores and a soil which lavish .

o bushel of potatoes or basket of eggsor ly responds to the friendly touch of .. PURSES, BAGS, FOBS AND SIMILAR

One familiar with Sanford secrets roll of butter brought in by anlipireciative the husbandman;' a State possessing ARTICLES ARE USUALLY' FOUND \
subscriber. It takes climate which for its health
moneyto a -giving
Rte. whispers that a family quarrel} is HERE WROUGHT FROM THE FINEST
make a newspaper go. It takes and youth-preserving qualities is
already on. 'Who is who is'the ques- SKINS-SOME AMERICAN AND SOME .
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to and it takes unexcelled in the world State ,- t
lion.' money gather news ; a .... .
.0 more money to print and distribute where the choicest of'tropical fruits !. FOREIGN IN ORIGIN.T.H.Evans .

hat:news to the reading public.It is and the rarest ,of flowers ripen and

Committeemen Our home folks Orange County a far cry,from.the'little weekly letter bloom the year round in the open t.
will be here
j today inannual circulated from house to house for the field; a, State where every passing
meeting. Give them the glad edification of our ancestors to the living breeze is laden with ozone of the
lal.l one us. newspaper of,today. pine, the delicious fragrance of, the the Jeweler
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The newspaper business is given but i orange blossom.
Today is the day., It is I
guest day: little thought by the average person ,
fiat Orlando.: :Turn out your automo. who talks overmuch of the importanceof There are hundres of new people

'We to bring in the hardware men, this or that industry. But consider each year coming Florida, in search OPPOSITE POST OFFICE

sad every! where write welcome. for,a,moment the possibilities if you of homes. Many of these are peopleof :.

o should wake up tomorrow morningand means and are looking for the place

With the.Standard Oil boosting the find that all the"newspapers in the where the conveniences and comfortsof

price of gasoline, and the rubber trust, 'United States had, suddenly ceased life are most inviting. They buy

Ike price of crude rubber, only I mil publication. In addition to your own homes where conditions are most de- '"

lonaires will be able to operate auto-. discomfort_caused by the lack of information sirable. Good streets it one of the .

:._ ,1 Obile!. of the .world's doings think of essentials to enjoyment of life in a
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- the men and women over this broad modern city. Orlando can not dodge SILK' STOCKINGSFor "

x You are never loved' by the man who land who would suddenly be deprivedof the issue longer or offer makeshift

&as yellow streaks in him, and who means of livelihood.It remedies. Orlando must either go .

bows that yon, know that he has is well to pause and consider just ahead or go back. Which shall it be?

ftese stripes in a soul that pretends i what the newspaper and publishing If we may, and I believe we may, take I

to more. ,False pretensions area poor business of today means; just how the testimony of real estate men,

.armor. much that business has to do with the there has not been the activity in real

---- :--- progress of the world and the education -! estate the past winter as in former Day

Florida should"follow the example of its people. We are not boast- years. There is a' reason for this and

if other states and'pass; a law that ing of our own little part in_this great it is quite. evident from the remarksof

will: disqualify .men. from acting as industry of modern time.> We are strangers that the conditions of our and

esauffeurs who become in any wise intoxicated merely trying to call your attention to streets is one of the chief draw backs.
', Every chauffeur should be There should be united
some facts which we trust you will a effort to
ceased and'sobriety should' be a con- bear in mind the, next time your are remedy this condition of affairs. Let EveningWear

f r trolling qualification.. tempted to wish all the newspapers of us bury all differences and get busy.

L.r o the land in hades_ or.in. some other o
There is, now; reason to be-
y ; every equally inacessible place_ The appointement of Charles W.
Jfcve; that .Florida pineapples can .be
Elliott president of Harvard Univer-
frown as .successfully as in Cuba and
;g the THE SENTINEL GOING SOME. sity as Ambassador to Great Britainis
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if railroad companies will give
., one that will meet the approval of
Ike growers a square deal on ,rates .
the people both sides the sea. Presi-
Ike pines of Florida will soo come into Several weeks ago the Sentinel pub-
dent Elliott is a man of capacity and
& tkeirown. lished a new item, about a feature: -
.. picture made by a South Carolina experience and will command'respect Our Personal -Guarantee '
at this high post Former Mayor of
1 The-:automobile procession to Win- lady, in which the landscape of the
Pittsburg, Pa., Charles H. Grant has
r to Park this morning looks like a picture was made of cotton and moss Every Pair
been selected for the Mexican post Accompanies
; freight train 'of empties going north and was a very unique affair.
Judge James J.'Gerard of New York
:| r' freight Several hospital cars The Sentinel mentioned the fact ,
will most likely be the representative
wfll "be trainel in the rear-not for that ,the-picture was on exhibition at

Ike .benefit of" the chauflers, but for Mr Branch's book store. Yesterday to Rome. Ives

s aatos:that may go lame. Mr. Branch received a card from a o Marion B.
e There are a few men who can profit
in
h+ o gentleman Eldorado, Missouri, say-
': .If ,the men' of a given communitywere ing he had read the article' in the by reading the following definition ofa

all put in the miners pot itould.be Sentinel and wanted to know the priceof real gentleman: "A gentleman is a

surprising to see,how some the, picture. man that's clean inside and out who
neither looks up to the rich nor down EXCLUSIVE MILLINERY PARLORS
men of great' pretensions would sink This 'is an indication of the far
tt' the, bottom with the dross, while reaching influence of the Sentinel. at the poor, who 'can lose without .

',ad. who. had been.looked. upon as of Every week letters come to this squealing and who can win without .
nail value- would come to the top.- office inquiring the price of building boasting; who is considerate of women Second Floor
and children and old who is
people .
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o materials, fencing, the values of landsin
too brave to lie too cheat
It is said that a certain lady tookr various locations, asking for names generous to ,
and who takes his share of the
world
ser husband to the Pearl Gloss laun- of reliable mechanics and real estate

... tVy and asked. to have his morals men. And it is a pleasure to us to be and lets other people have theirs. -

} ,sundered., Mr. Jump c talked with the able to furnish information to any o THE H. H. P. STRAIGHTFor

w Ian a,while and then turned to the person interested in Florida, and none Claude L'Engles tells us, through I Lee Mustard, .

; '1 dy and said ,I an do nothing for need be timid about asking. Dixie, that the Florida' delegation m cjit&wisr. Sale at all Cigar Stores

.'a you, this'is a white m_ an's laundry. o took; a vote on recommending a suc-

F .-. There is great danger of the Nancy cessor to Joe Lee Bryan, Wilson and Manicure, Pedicure Shampoo, Orlando's Newest Cigar Blade in Orlando. ,

A prospective candidate for coroner Hall sweet potato and the,big yellow L'Engle voted for Hayes Lewis,! Face and Scalp Massage. Havana and Florida Wrappers
ii the 'new county.of "Barney" was Fletcher and Clark for Colson, of Dickson & Ives store
yam of Florida becoming a hard com- Parlor over Try One and Be Convinced '
'kid that 'there ,was nothing in 'theAce petitor for honors with the golden Gainesville, and Sparkman for Frank corner Orange and Central

a any way, as only occasionally orange.It . Walpole, of Manatee. Avenues.flllllllllllllHMi. M'f'd'rI I
HERMAN H. PINDER
Mere" was.a dead, body for him to hold o o

I 'an inquest over. He replied that he is said that it has been so wet The serious all-absorbing problem 212 South OrangeADVERTISE It

its from Kentucky and if he got' the recently at Tampa that even the mail with the women of this city is ,not I

,t.ee he would work up a good busi- civic improvement, woman suffrageor ll
order houses got sloppy.Judging from . t .
: :.... clean streets, but it is this: What
the police court records some of them THE ONE CIGAR m '
O' shall I wear Sunday?
slopped oven on to Orlando.
If the city and county officials will 'M I' IF YOU HYERTTHim
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caste a careful probe they will find The windows in millinery shops EYERYRODYIIKSHAWLBY'S Want.a Cook 1
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Ibat the ,physical valuation' of railMads Onions are so plentiful in Indiana show all the colors of the rainbow Want a Partner -
that they .are a,drug in the market,
Want
in Orlando and in Situation
'Y Orange county these days. And the pot of gold is a
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is at least ninety per cent too low and at Fort Wayne, some,merchants there too when to Want a Servant Girl 4
you come put.
M compared to ,the valuation placed give away a bushel of onions as a chase. Want to Sell a Piano ,
premium on a $5 cash purchase. They Want to Sell ,
,% m several hundred homes in this city a Carriage
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44 ,sad,comity.: Railroad companies are are nearly $3 per bushel in Florida.I The dexterous skill shown by STRAIGHTSGet WsnttoSellTownPropertyWaat -FORLAUBACH-

.... harihble institutions and there j o some to Sell Your Groceries .
: t. iO N.IOD.in the world why their Ownig to' the recent heavy rains young men in rolling cigarettes would Want to.Sell Your Hardware

: ;:yupcity should not be assessed as over the Southern States, the water at l win fortune and renown if devoted Want customers for Anything I LiVE STOCK
to some other branch of artisanship.The .
.k&videal'property is assessed.A Pensacola has risen to 'point the the best cigar at five Advertise Daily in, This Paper :

o highest in the history of the.city. At I I o cents, the next time .you, Advertising Is the Way to Success I
north of the fighting continues in the Balkans want '''to smoke-judge for
bond issue of $100,000, ,twenty many points city the,land, Advertising Brings Customers
1= cent*bonds 'would is so overflowed that train service is and Mexico just enough to ,let yourself. Advertising Keeps Ccato> sAdvettissg ,
five
tear, per put '
cut ott. the world know that the spirit'of Insures'Success ,
'Orlando streets in splendid condition,
The' Grain Man.
war is not dead. ,
... and the ,,amount on each tax payer o Advertising Shows Energy. .

would be' light when divided'up inloch The President wisely refused ,to o .. I. Made in Orlando and sold. S' .Adv t SingliPlud : Own; Sired, Pfceae' lg,
: The best thing that have heard ",
we Is &
extended insttallments, and the place this government under obligations Advertising, "
all dealers. "
about the. new pickles is that they ; by : Advertise of Bast, ,
jegular tax levy could be cut down to Wall Street and ,the money t ,
gT as'when brick. roads are once. made sharks, and this so incensed Huntington will,not fit into the average slot,machine .v a, ,Advertise. II
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2 tfeere' is practically no expense foripkeep. Wilson, one of the calico remnants ., Advertise Well .READY, NOW i :

Property values would be in-: of ''President ,Taft's appointees that o HiliimilillllHIIIIIi v 'ADVERTI&J. Strong' vigorous tomato pkate at;

',eased and ,the increase :in taxableproperty that fresh young' chap? immediately When a log becomes water soaked Spite work-is born,of?tfce,;Dev;, . At Oeee' |L50 per thousand., The '. Head ".

: ; from outside' capital would+I resigned. ,Of course this will not, it' -sinks. 'When a.man becomes' i whether a mantffofrd; >fe. the eemr t 'c ILTISSSNTINLK : Farm,PIM Castle, Jit. titS

: 'k very.-"noticeable... ,Iseriously'affect'the.. administration! whiskey.. soak he will not'' float. 1ong.r church of a* social. tle. ,, : :: ;... :.; !, ,' UfwtliMja- _' 43,, ;'
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1,; of, Spring Hats for Ladies and We have the best that money
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Misses, and will be glad to show and experience can produce, and
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':'. them' to you, $ven ,it you"don'tbuy we do not try to see how much
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and all the shades and colors. EXTRA VALUES IN THEMAS

WITH EVERY WOMAN IT IS NOT A QUESTION'OFi
Be sure to look them over before SOON AS YOU SEE THEM.
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GETTING A NEW OUTFIT FOR GLAD EASTER BUT r
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: \ WHAT TO GET AND WHERE'TO GET IT. COME TO US. Sunday. 1 rA,

t &J YOU WILL FIND WHAT YOU WANT AND THAT OUR Men's Hats in all the latest We also have practically

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

4 f BUYERS ARE ARTISTS AT SELECTING APPROPRIATE neckwear of the latest style. EASTER OUTFIT, and if $ou

APPAREL FOR THE SEASON AND SALESPEOPLE
You will need some of these will come in and make your
ffiYLri WILL NOT, SELL AN OUTFIT THAT IS NOT APPROPRIATE -
things for your Easter' outfit wants konwn, we will try our ,
TO THE ONE WHO BUYS IT. WE WANT THOSE Sh
Look to here before buying. best to satisfy'you..
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away yesterday was Mr. Peter Try us on your next Job.
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WADE Hill, of Evansville, Ill. 8.1
y THE TUNER I The Florida Legislature will con L

ORLANDO FLAB I'; Inspect Shannibarger's big stock of ,vene in its regular bi-ennial session M II
.j I i April 8th.' .
'. .J tti I II Bicycle tire 'I i I I Yowell's
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\Read. ,advertisements and tell- J. A. Sanders, of Toledo, Ohio, is in 1 j f Mr. and Mrs. J...0. Clark, of Glenn :

.you saw it .in the Sentinel .; the city and will spend several''' days Campbell, Pa., are guests at the 1 I '
looking over farm lands. San Juan. 1
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The heavy rains injured the crop
{ < (ripe strawberries but the sunshine' Mrs. William Corey, of Manchester,, Miss Lillian Kegwin, an attractive I! EASTER OFFERINGS

:and rain and making a new crop N.'H.. was among the winter visitors, young lady of Culpepper, Va., is vitit-
right along .i leaving Orlando yesterday: ing Miss Claire Robinson. z
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'Phone' 514 for your Gasoline and Ten, per cent off on all linen and Dr. P. Phillips returned last even-
oiL Prompt. delivery >Lace at Hamilton,& Dunn's. , ing from Jacksonville, where he had THE NEW SPRING GOWNS AND HATS DEMAND: OTHER ACCESSORIES
been looking after business matters.
I OF WHICH NONE IS :MORE IMPORTANT THAN
Mr, and Mrs. Stradly, who have Mr..Dave Bucholtz, after spendingthe ,
teen, guests of Mr: and Mrs., J. A. winter ,in Orlando, returned yes- Mr. and Mrs. Melton C. Paige, af-'
.Jackson on east Central avenue, returned 'terday to his home in, Covington,) ter a delightful visit to Orlando, left I
this week to, their, home 'in ,Ohio.. yesterday" for their home in London: 'WOMENS EASTER GLOVESEVERY

Mason City, Iowa. | berry, N. H.

i 'I j Mr.. and 'Mrs. .'A.' F.. Hall were
r Attorney Harry: C. >Burton,'oneof. among' the winter visitors leaving There is reliable information to the SPRING AND SUMMER GLOVE NEED SUPPLIED HERE.

,the:leading'lawyers,of,DeSoto',county, over the.A. .C. L yesterday for'their. effect that one of Orlando's dairymen LADIES 16 BUTTON PURE SILK GLOVES, BEST MADE, BLACK AND '
c was'up.from Arcadia and doing business northern home. tried to rent lake Cherokee as
in Orlando yesterday .a cow pasture. ITElj5I. O

Hot cross buns.. -Hot'.'cross buns. ,- .' 1
3.50 ,
LADIES 16 BUTTON SUEDE GLOVES BLACK & WHITE $2.50 to
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Mr. John H., Loos started yesterday Rock's, Bakery." : : ''. .', ;: '. Money to loan on improved property.S. .
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,on_his _return to'New York'City. r .'. 7 ".....+-.; -: .r -' N Y. Way.

He' will stop at St.Leo' and:then'after .For"-Rent-Furnished t r large airy The Newest Laces
a visit. to Tampa hike: for the metropolis. rooms for light house-keeping.' Close Mr. and Mrs. Henry C. Miller, of\

.' in, 312 N, Main street Rent reason- Allerton, Mass., were ,among those ;
-::-- I able. 4t leaving, Orlando yesterday for their ; ARE.HERE IN PROFUSION INCLUDING FILET, MECHLIN, VENISE,
Money to loan on improved property.S. .-.-.. northern home. :
Y. Way. i 1 CLUMSY, VALENCINES, TORCHONS, FLOUNCINGS, ALLOVERS,
Mr. V. M. Morgan left, yesterday| "
for Indianapolis! Ind. The Sentinel The San Juan, Orlando's big brick : NETS, BANDINGS, INSERTIONS, EDGINGS, BEADING AT EXCEPTIONALLY .
Mr. and Mrs. F. H.: Chum"and.son; hotel, is still enjoying a good trade. '
}. Daniel, will:close'their home in Concord follows Orange.to keep him posted on eventsin About .one hundred registered there LOW PRICES FOR THIS SALE \t'
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Park.today'and,return to'Valley yesterday and last night .
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.Falls, N, Y., for. the summer.' The .
Ten cent off on all linen and Ladies Easter Hats ,
: Sentinel.will keep them in thouch with! per Judge Fred Fee, a prominent attorney I.
Lace at Hamilton Dunn's.Mr.
current events in this section. 1 I of Fort Pierce, is in Orlando ..
today to 'transact some important .
and Mrs. Frederick'Rand and 1 WE WILL CLOSE OUT OUR LINE OF PANAMA HATS AT THE EXTREMELY ,
Mrs; CoL Cadman, .of Narcoosee,(, legal matters for Dr.,P. Phillips.
Misses Evelyn. May and Elizabeth LOW PRICE OF 8.79
came up' yesterday to visit her son, : ,
.Rand, of Longwood, motored to the
'who resides on Summerlin avenue. Within the past few days a num.
.city yesterday. LATEST 'CREATIONS IN LADIES EASTER GOWNS AND WAISTSARE '
Mrs. Cadman will remain over Sunday ber of winter visitors have invested -
: ,that she may 'enjoy' the' ',HolyWeek's in Orlando real estate, which means \
service 'StLuke's Cathedral The Knight Templars, according beautiful homes for Orlando.
at .more .
TO BB FOUND IN OUR UP-TO-DATE READY-TO-WEAR DEPARTMENT
; ; ,to their custom of attending church'in !:I'
a body once a year, will attend'|I ,ON THE SECOND FLOOR
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I Mr. and Mrs. John S. Duncan and ,
,Hot :cross bans. Hot cross..buns a:. special service ,at the Episcopal!I,daughter, Miss Agnes, arrived in OrI NEW GOODS ARRIVING DAILY
at 4:301Tea I I
i church tomorrow evening
:Rock's Bakery. Undo last night for a visit of several

', --.; days and are guests of the San Juan. 11111111;" IIIII.lllllllllllllllllllllllillllllllllll1IIIIillllllllll ili
per cent off on aU Linen and
Through the earnest efforts of Senator -i \
..' 'Duncan; U. Fletcher, Dean L. A. Lace at Hamilton &: Dunn's. Lord H. H. Seagroot, of London,,

:Spencer,of Orlando,has been appoint England, was a guest of the Sa-
'ed Special Agent to look' after the I Mr. and Mrs. B. S. Grams and I-I Juan last evening. The Lord is masical _. The Big White Store.

:welfare of the,Seminole. Indians, and.daughter, Miss Gladys, who,have been, instructor at Stetson Universi Jf i .
they,will now get the relief.which has|spending the winter at Taft, were in I at DeLand. .
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been sought for them for years. A Orlando yesterday. They will leave:
plan for their betterment will beworked Wednesday for,their summer home in I If we are to judge by the way th
out and it is believed Congress:*Clyde, Ohio.> While away they will l trains coming into Orlando last nigh ON ORANGE AVENUE

|will generously1 co-operate with. the! keep up,with the happenings, in Or.';unloaded, the tourist season has b;: .
i State_in 'their behalf, -Punta' Cords,'ange county by having. the'Sentine l]l Lno means ended. Every train waI mitt iimiiiiii
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Herald. sent to them.INORUON. .. I loaded and they nearly all got oi

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I Contractor Larson, with a force of ii .
workmen, has commenced the residence of Mr. B. M. piano. Used less than two months} \
; :I Robinson on east Jackson street, 6t L<*k Box.144, Orlando. !, Easter Specials

which was badly ''damaged by fire 1 1I'
: early in the fall NTED-Old Minion resilvered, AT \
1I I making them as good as new. New I "
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1\\ ones made to order by the latest improved ,
a t. :, Mr.,J. J. Chester, of Speers, Pennsylvania French and damp '
ft1)11...... Cartkne to wear ttaeWTT : 'has.' purchased one of the proof backing put process on ,them. Seripostal McCULLOCH'SDEPARTMENT I t.i t.
.ibtk MH this hot weather wfeft' .t C. A. Hovey bungalows on South name and address to H. A:
i we eta,' ix yw w wkk we of ev H fctw street, near the Leeerne hotel Mr.' Royston, and I,wfll. call and take yourrder
iffct Strfte,'Weel Crtsfee er Mohair two Chester bought it for a'winter.home. Mar224m STOREOPPOSITE

.fete oOJtts* ',Chadwick and Cooper: made :the sale.
Itoe an the Reel Thin k SMMT'dotk.teff I -, ,Many Remedies been offend POST OFFICE
l-. j for',fee .trailiM, bit;MM .el,:tfceaefttl ,.
Gee '
effertaff exMftteMtly
IB .we an. Toor failure to' spend a few minutes '
1 Yew at IlL'",.Rue... 118.a. each:day on.the, advantages- I I tad cheapness Vttko-Ffcerifie' See'for ftat a.. e Uil Iti:ied_ Laces, Embroideries, Shirt Waists.
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Better.QIIItt.If. tin to* matt sented"J) the: Sentinel's ,advertisers yi
jai ., by << .. tfce. Hyer Stable, aiRe r,Oraafe .
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harts is] the',place"where ;it' Lane 'sad .Central Ew a... 9t Kimonos,. Ribbons, Hosiery, Underwear ;
most in tfceee 'd .)'I..othigh: .mit'of
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'iW" ,.. .Ii r'..,... .For'aeveage- -or other :pnptitf"' .'inOiyi.rLb 'Lowest possible prices all the time
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:'Z :SYRUP\CANE IN',FLORIDA, BUSINESS, ,BOOSTERS WANTEDCook, main or woman'in '

,, J CI.A88IFIED- private family. Apply Sentinel .office ,
".." f"* , -. V Business Boosters (classified advertisements -
.'"\'t;.' Forrest, Crisaey.has :the ,following ) received after 10 o'clock, City. 3t

I ." 'to,-.y regarding Florida'yrap cane i midnight,will be run in the'"Too Lateto
in 'Post Classif y"-'column NOTICE Experienced managers,
Evening
the :
Saturday
I... Boosters of five lines, or less-ap- (man and wife) want the management
"i1.' ,A few:small farmers in the South, proximately 30 words-one' time, 25 of .European hotel, on salary,
;:{; r A little more alert than their neighbors cents; three times .50 cents; one week or would rent good lace. Address,
}'V are, finding live, opportunity ,(six daily and one weekly. editions) Hotel, P.O. Box 672. prlando, Fla.; 3t 110',000. Buick Users
$TAO; one month, $3.00.
in the commercialization of
; : .a crop FOR SALE-New seven-room house I ;
1: product that has long been a general TO LET-Four room house in Concord with all modern conveniences. E.
rstaple, article of.home use. This long Park.. Rent low. Apply to J. L H. Gore, 409 Anderson st. 7t

.; .neglected- f" ,product', which, in some Frost, West Amelia Ave. 4t WANTED-To buy second hand furniture. -
.7"r bands and in certain.localities_is taking 209 W. Pine St It.I
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FOR SALE Corner property, dose
I Every One. a BUICK BOOSTERflMMillliilli
;t on the dignity of a very profitable in. East of railroad. House of FOR RENT-Rooms for light housekeeping ;
k cash crop, is cane. syrup. eight rooms and bath; modern con- dose in, 209 W. Pine St It
veniences. Twelve fruit trees ,
ae One of the pioneers ,in this commercialization -' on ..
a the lot. A bargain at $4,000.00. FOR SALE New fifteen room private
k.V. of cane syrup is G. Address, "Owner," P. 0. Box, No. '
hotel in town of Taft. Only ,", ...
ia \W. Starter n., who runs a general_ store 225, City. 6t hotel in town and doing nice business.J JI ,

"Sft f ,in Florida and does farming on the: LOST-A package containing hair, I Central location on two fine lots. Price

,; side He declares that cane. syrup, between Livingston and West St. I Fla.$2,200. Address' Nelson House, Taft, aBUSvr
2wks
;";% 'is' the ,most profitable crop that he. Finder suitably rewarded by leaving -

'can produce, and that hundreds of same at this office. 3t FOR SALE-House and lot,. south :
;i small farmers in these localities of side of Lake Eola, corner Washing t
?. r the. South where the soil is adapted FOR SALE-Small seedling orange ton and East street five blocks east I
of court house. Two stories semi-
five cents
to culture make it of trees in any quantity at
cane can one log house, living room, dining room,
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a fx ) the, .best paying-crops from their each. G. T. HULL, pantry and kitchen first floor, four Z4w
lands. .i Pine Castle road. large airy bed rooms and bath on }
second floor. One of the handsom
r "I have raised sugar cane' and FOR SALE-New, fifteen room private est houses in the best location in ',,',
:,' hotel in town of Taft. Only
'made it into syrup for years," declared Orlando. 1623.
hotel in town and doing nice business.
V .: Mr. Storter, "and it is the best Central location on two fine lots. '
r I can My Price $1200. Address Nelson House, WANTED-Four experienced orange
crop grow. average production and teamster. .
I Ipure Fla. Mar. 14 2w pickers one Inquireat I :.", '
ia 'five hundred gallons cf raft 103 E. Robinson avenue Monday : ,: There is a certain prestige that owning your own .
syrup from an acre of cane, but morning before. 8:30. : "
: FOR SALE Good Horse, Carriage
in certain seasons I have been able and- Harness.- For work on driv A. A. GOULD. II.. . motor ear gives you in your, "community.

t-, to take eight hundred gallons from ing. Apply to Wm..( Halloway, Win I - '
an 'acre. ,And this result 'has teen ter Park, Fla. 12t The Woman's Club of Tallahassee V- :. There is .a certain satisfaction in knowing you
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has purchased a fine lot upon whichit V !
had without the" use ot'a pound of BUY a lot in Thornton Park, a nice hopes to build a clubhouse at no' .own a ear that win take you anywhere and bring
:fertilizer and without cultivation, af suburb in east part of the city. Carl ,
late .day. The club, however, has not '
' ter the first of Jensen. back. It is this of
year planting. yet sufficient money in the treasury ,you quality dependability,which ,

*. "One p1 niiDt has generally served FOR SALE-40 acres of fine land in to the credit of.:the building fund to has
Buicks
j pot 110,000 on the road and it is this
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'for ten or twelve yean, and,certain \Yolusia County; near station and warrant the beginning of work.

? of my plantings'produced handsomely fine lake; $500.. Terms. J. B McKay,,Among the various organizations in same quality of dependability which has made
without renewal for still city.
a longer per FOUND-That the Sentinel reaches the Capital City the Woman's Club .
. ,every one of those 110,000 Buick a Buick
iod. start users
'; Here -we, never to grindup 'the people and is read I
is among the most useful and successful
cane before the first of January. !
In various ways the organi booster.
This has chance, to reach I FOR SALE 5H with five-room I
z' means it. -- acres ., i
few hundred zation has aided.the city to grow sub- : /
complete maturity. In localities where house on railroad only
be feet from stopping place. Plenty of stantially and rapidly.TimesUnionShort The Buick: overhead valve motor has more power
the is earlier the
must
frost ,crop shade and small shrubbery.. Ten to Talks.
"k: .cot when,it is only about 75 per cent. twelve bearing orange spears I per cubic inch of piston displacement than any
tnred but in localities where the earlier and other small fruits. Good hunting II V
N'Q. cutting compels 25 cent and fishing, and especially ted other type of motor ever built. It costs us more
a
=r per to those who come to Florida for the I .
'- sacrifice there, is still enough left to winter and like the country life with V '! :. : to sake it.but costs you less to run it. {
make. it.'.a decidedly profitable crop. easy access to .town. J. P. Perkins?I Oscar Hand i N':

My net. profits vary from season' to Orlando, .Fla. General DeliverJ.I I \
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season. Generally they, are somewhere OAK HILL is the'heautifulsub-cliyjs-I &. Son ROADSTERS AND TOURING CARS, $950 TO $1650, F. 0. B.
IV: between:.$150 and $200 per ion to the Northeast of the city andI .
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: : acre. By net profit I mean what is still have some choice lots there. Successors to E. Hand ," ORLANDO. Catalogue on Request.

..V, left'after deducting all labor, and Carl Jensen.
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manufacturing coft, is .about sevecents n
: WANTED-To rent for one year or PLETE HOUSE FUR-
a, gUoaInto. this i. ,figured
more, eight room,, house centrally
the expense. of cutting, of hauling to I located. M C. Broome, Orlando, Fla. NISHINGS' .

the mill,':of grinding, of boiling and i Box.573. Iw 15-22 Cook Automobile Co.

i of putting J iqto. cans.. The total cost COME IN AND SEE US I
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of production runs close to seventeen WANTED-By experienced man.: Position 'I "
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F . as floral and landscape gardiener j \ .
,cents a gallon, and II have never received the taking care of gentleman's , Orlando Floridaru1IIIIuhtuuJuuHhIUttUHHUHUHuuuuuuunuuunuun
less than forty-five cents atwholesale. places during summer, or permanent, SIGN PAINTING | ,
not for a home, would live on placeif
Sometimes the price has Jack Preston will paint your f'
so desired, as janitor of public
been.Yery'much better f than i that"" buildings. Strictly or temperate. Address I sign on short notice. Good work..

,T, V The north i a almost wholly1 ignorant Philip Bunn, Orlando, Fla. 7t 1 No. Washington, street. 14-6t V :

of the merits of pure cane syrup, and .

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this. product will come into its. own LIGHT THE
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and bnng'a new degree of prosperity

to thousands of small. farmers who< PATH TO PROSPERITY

s V are' bound still by the traditions of: .,

t \ King Cotton. -

t3 Merchants who use Electric Signs never lose

: PROFITABLE, BOYS their way by choosing the wrong road to suc
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Of all the thousands bright and
cess. You simply cannot fail to attract new
ambitious who farms
boys live.on, the
'. of the, United States+ there'are forty Shoe/'Women customers if you use an Electric Sign. It acts

} 'two., who. stand-in much.. the. same relation . I like an irresistible magnet, drawing all the
to the other+boys that the
I members -
"t of the which v trade within its reach: That is the reason
. AU-Ameria:eleven,
.fX. the ,best.authorities name at the dose .r they command the attention of buyers.For .

t of, the football ,season bear to otherfootball

.players;.! They are the forty I Every Store OwnerNo

,two boys to whom the government has \ j
awarded certificates' for raising'more

than .one hundred: bushels of earn tot matter how small his business, the Elec-

the acre., ,They are scattered all over J tric Sign is the cheapest and most effective
3 the country lathe states where/corn-
'".' advertising.
r raising contests ,were ,held in 1912; :
nineteen of them live in'the South, Phone, for our Sign Designer to call and sub

;'rsr and twenty-three in the North and mit sketch.

';r West A-c Easter No Trouble to Us...No Expense to You.
With all due respect to the value of

sport, this team of all-star corn .,. ,

F raisersis worth, more tocount EVERY WOMAN PUTS FORTH SPECIAL:EFFORTS TO

than any football-players. They are APPEAR AT ,HER BEST. IT IS THE JIME WHEN ,
UWATER & LIGHT T CO.
worth more' in: what they have done MEDIOCRITY IN DRESS IS NOT TO BE CONSIDERED ' I
themselves, and in the example they
GLOVES.AND
FOR A MOMENT. HER COSTUME, HAT,
have for others to follow.
set REPROACH.
MUST BE ABSOLUTELY BEYOND
SHOES
.
In this country, which produces COOK WITH GAS .
IF SHE I WEARS PATRICIAN SHOSE .THEY ADD TENFOLD : f
three-fourths of all thecorn, raised in COSTUME.
TO THE EFFECT OFA, STYLISH
the world, the everage yield of an

acre is)Jess than thirty bushels) In :

1911 it was'about twenty-four bushelsin We ,Announce the Arrival of the Season's Most ............. ............ .....- .....................

1912 about twenty-eight bush

els. It ought to be at least twice that Famous Styles .
f m West Church SI.
Whoever helps to, increase this aver , I IV IVModel oteij

.
age is a national, benefactor In the ,

corn contests last year y thousands of Easter Favorites; ,'
V : boys raised from fiftyto one hundred I

bushels on an acre that they had .. :: TO FORMER CUSTOMERS OF THIS

planted and eared for 'without help. COLONIALS, WHITE PUMPS, TAN PUMPS, DULLPUMPS ; STORE: WE BEG TO STATE THAT
i WHITE OXFORDS ANKLE TIES NEW BUCK
wr. They alf deserve honorable mention. V WE ARE OPEN FOR BUSINESS, AND
: OXFORDS PAT PUMPS SATIN PUMPS TAN OXFORDS
Forty-two of those engaged in' the ,
spurred GRAY PUMPS;; BLACK COLONIALS WHITE TOPS, EARNESTLY REQUEST THAT YOU
contests, by I
on
'government ., GIBSON AND CHRISTY TIES CALL AND SEE OUR LINE OF GOODS
: . ,
wholesome.'rivalry the .
the played i. ...
game.with:so milch'skill. and earnest: \: : THE SHOE WITH A MILLION- FRIENDS : '', ,: '. 'OF WHICH' WE HAVE AFRESH ;;

ness that'theiilacres! ,yielded more $3.00$3.50- .$4.00 SUPPLY;
than 'one'hundred:bushels each They

did four times as well as the ordinary '- .

all-star Amercian, team farmer indeed who! raises, com. An. SIGHTLER I RS'J[) Props. Phone X35E

.
k1 ,Fortunately v there is no 'limit-:as THn HAMM Nn& BnN. H MrANY ',

.
-:ioihe
; x there is in baseball or football .......-.................... . .
.
,. ..
number of.stars who can"make. ,thisAllAmerica .. -. :o.' '-. "- . :- \ .- -
corn-raising team. May
f, :\<
"".'t..Wiz.. the. l uibei', .., (much', larger than. . ,
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I:Tor' several ;years' ,,this': country, 'r' '
; : EASTEE TIMEIS
. : : :: :
JEWELRY
ttvugh.' its .National, :Congress; antpates
:b,through !their legislatures,have .. :
ff i: much time ,and 'money in aiadeavor :
to, locate the ,cause< ALMOST HERE AND IF YOU NEED ANYTHING IN %

for 'the 'high cost .of living THE LINE. 0F] UP TO,DATE DRY GOODS, CLOTHING, :II ,
and: as little is ,known on the

subject. .'today as when the' investigations S; HATS AND SHOES., ALSO- LADIES..READY TO.WEAR. .' You will find that we the best

began.- There seems to beapretty ",,; : DUE3SE.: *, OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS COME TO.B. SALO; carry

well established'b Uef, however MON". SATISFACTION GUARANTEED OR MONEY and
'
that two causes contribute large.. most popular lines.
ly;to ,this knotty problem. REFUNDED.

|.First, the-middleman,and,transpor
tion; companies get ,such big slice; It is to your interest to visit our
'
rst" out of' all, that is' produced by B. Salomon Orlando ,
i
>e farmer_ 'that the cost must be ineased .1 : store where we are always glad to show
t
to the consumer and,the price I
io. the farmer (decreased. 1111111 l lllllll"'IIIIIIIIIIIII'IIII.111111111111111III llllllll.nll' f 'rlIORLANDOBANK
\,Transportation companies pay tcweir you what we have for your needs. '

stock holders enormous dividends ,
and salaries, occupy the finest offices J

in: the land, officials ride in private
cars 'that are rolling palaces, live in
8 & TRUST OOMPANY BRING YOUR WATCH
TO
US
'homes that cost fabulous prices, waste TO REGULATE

money in private and hotel parties
that would tax the credulity of mention EVERYTHING GUARA TEEDAllen
the ordinary walks of life, have Capital and Sirplis and UrtivMed Profits $120HHMHJ.(
so many'luxuries that they really become "
: a burden to them.and this all, of Total Resources over Tlree-fiariers of a MiHion.v :

I necessity is paid by the middle classes & Co.
Report of the Condition.of Orlando
and the man who toils.
I These two classes are between the Bank and Trust Co, Condensed

'upper and nether stones, and the-constant L From Report to Comptroller i

grind puts them out of harmony JEWELERS .
; ', Feb. ,4, 1913
with the world creates,discontent : >
in their hearts, and in this mood RESOURCESLoans
young men desert the farm and, seektheir i: : and Discounts....$393,161.05 Orlando Florida
fortune in the glare and glamourof a}r Overdarfts '.............. 193.53 ,
;the clty..Deserted. 'tS x Stocks .and ,Bonds ....... 26,018.33Real e

farms all over the east and F 4 Estate, Furniture and
New England states are monumental 3 Fixtures ." 1......... 25,853.44 .
testimonials to.this condition of'affairs. t "' Cash on hand and in Banks 215,084.83 .f

The condition is becoming --
alarming. t 5660,311.18 J
It has been estimated that of a LIABILITIES TUn MIW STORE

1 nine-billion dollar food crop in the tjj11 1E Capital Stock ...........100000.00 \
United .States about three billions or }' Surplus' and Undivided

one-third,' remains on the farm so f, n Profits .,; .."........, 22,832.33
that the producers actually sell some- Deposits ... ............ 537,4185 Cor.South and Hughey Sts.
ting like six billion dollars worth. But iiJ I .. f

by the time these products have reached sa 660311.18 WE.. BUY FOR CASH AND SELL FOR CASH. \VE

: the'consumer,their cost has risento I We invite the attention of our customers KEEP OUR EXPENSES DOWN AND CONSEQUENTLY ,t
thirteen billion dollars. That it is
CAN KEEP OUR
a 4 and friends to our statementS PRICES DOWN
_evident:that between the producer and
v above and wish to assure them that .y
:the:consumer there now stretches agreat .
: we appreciate their patronage and Our Prone No. is
gulf of unnecessary waste and
r ask for continuance of
a same.
expense. I} Don't forget.that our deposits are, And an Order will Have Prompt Attention, and will be
If only a fraction of this intermediate insured. Delivered to Any'Part of the City.D. .
'cost.,could. 'IWiper.out( the consumer I
t -- A cordial invitation U extended to I
no less,than'the farmer wouldbe a RAYBON, Proprietor ORLANDO
FLA.REAL .
,visitors in our city to call and open ,
benefited and the burdensome expense -
Daftd! Slates Govern en1,Slate and Gouty Depository. an account.with us.
'of living would be appreciably
.' 'the receives L .I .

:only reduced.six 'When billions" and producer the consumer __ ,-.. 0 .0 >. ..-." . ." - . ." ". ... . .',;; .. . ., "... . . . . . . . . . .

pays thirteen billions,:there is clearly\ :: :

.:.farm some;.'iadialdefect marketing. :This'inthe system.: of ofPbugven r (ESTATE fORm SALE.S[]

billion ,dollars arises partly ofF

I course: from. 'necessary:and legitimate! W. M. SLEMONS
:expense for'Instance, of transporta-- .

tton and of a fair:profit_to,the distributors. I
;;, It is nonetheless evident, The trend of Orlando's Growth is

however; that a tremendous 'saving'could ..- Northeast .
Lewter's Addition and
be. effected by the establishment ,
i'Hof. .'..shorter' and- easier, methods for Our New Spring Stock is Coming In Sunshine Park are there. Near by '

%,bringing the":farmer's products. to the .
is Paradise
Hill. Let show
( consumer's'.pantry., ..' r And we will offer to you a Choice Selection of High Class Goods me you

i.1he: increasing'population. of the . IN DRY GOODS, ALL THE STAPLE AND USEFUL I., "
j world must I be fed'nd unless these '.' GOODS as well as FANCY SILKS, and 'FINE DRESS GOODS, : '

}:conditions'that can po longer be endured HOSIERY IN SII LISLE AND COTTON, and the Many Accessories ., !!
:..,'. , are, cured serious- results. will that Women Use. F. A. LewterMUM'
:follow., The averice and greed of men :
must be, controlled by the firm hand :
Bargains Six in WeekWe ..... . . . . . .. . . ..
Days . .
livery .
.
. .
of law ; . . . . . .
; . . ., ._.. . ..T. . ... . . . - . ... .. t

",. ROAD CONSTRUCTION carry all'the time a large stock of SHOES of the best ,.- -

: makes and newest styles. 'KING QUALITY MEN'S SHOES., : ',: 1 MRS.. JARLEY'S
4 CRADDOCK TERRY'S WOMEN'S: SHOES AND CHILD-
:The news.columna of the Industrial REN'S SHOES.. NONE BETTER ARE SOLD IN THIS '

Index amount..Ihow'continually of road construction that a is great in MARKET. S FAMOUS WAX \WORKS

SCHLOSSBROS. FINE SUITS FOR'MEN.at $15.00, $20. S
and is planned in the .
progress being $25.00 and $30.00 are unsurpassed for STYLE FIT AND AND THE '
southeast. It is certain that never
; :before' there 'much work of QUALITY.. 1
was so LORD BALTIMORE BOYS' SUITS WILL BE SURE TO CHEROKEE ORCHESTRA
.
the.lind in this section. This ,road .. . I.
PLEASE YOU. .
. 'construction, moreover, is of a notably PRESENTED BY THE I
'substantial.character, and, is in-
y i dicative of the progress and develop RoLins School of Expression
; ment of the southeast
Expenditures for the improvementof W. :M. SLEMONS LYMAN GYMNASIUM ,
'
public highways during" the year WINTERPARK
1911, throughout the,southern states, ,
: MONDAY MARCH 24TH 3:30 P. M. _
; aggregated .$45,000,000 or more than
r GENERAL ADMISSION 50 :
32 per cent of the total amount spent
advancement along every line which CENTs'I
.:;for this purpose in the,entire country. is taking place today in this favored BRIGHAM HILLNEWS 'I
: r
:f. Between 1904 and 1911, such expendtores Index.
in,the south very nearly doubled region.-Industrial .
. The FMWUS Musical
while the rest of the country showed ExtravapizafiFioftktTijSlop
t AGENTSOrlando rtt
a, gain in this,five-year. period of 70 ALCOHOL BARREL ERPhhDE31With : I

f per cent at"" r
Statistics for the:year 1909, issued a noise that was heard for I Stationery Souvenir ana Curio .Store
t: ,by the U. S. Office of, Public Roads, least six blocks, a 'wood alcohol bar ,
'10 and the latest available on the subject rel, in which gas had collected exploded U WBST.. CHDBCH SIUET t t

s show that the South bas..87 miles! about. 11 o'clock yesterday D I
,J of road for every square mile of territory morning in the rear of Hutchinson's I
.
: drug store. The barrel, from which :
while the rest of the country
. about all the alcohol M had been taken, : ;UNDERTUEI.AIIISTltONG
has but .67 miles of road to the ..
; .square mile., The increase,in the.number lad been rolled ,into the gutter;'re- ,"THE PRODUCTION BEAUTIFUL" I
f of miles of improved roadways-in dining there' in a harmless manner 'The :ARTISTIC PICTURE FRAMER'of Orlando
---- --

; was the Southeast at,the'rate between of 63 per 1904 cent and, while 1$091,;until Knoxville L. U,Johnson Tenn.,.,lighted a young'a man cigarettein from .: _ PINOverely .1-- ..6TIiEHTz ) . _.' 125 WelI.KnowiPeopIe, ii the Cast 125 '

for the rest of the country this increase the'vicinity,striking a match close _-.,....-..-. ,:;. ".. ...... .,...-':.::; ,,;:,,_!" '..'...' ,-.. .-- "' \
14 cent. In the to the bung hole., '
but '
:. named was 'the south per built'784 miles When theamokehad-dared awayit aad hit heair scorched,; ffisa-1 'i"tt 'WATC1'' 'H IT WAIT 'II IT !.

period roads than did the rest'of the was found'that.one end of,the,barrel juries,were r' J> .not-' of II' aeriees' natere ':S. .W.. .theteipleeea that osany j
.snore .1 had been: blown'out and"a.negro ,.w'' auekedFoawiajt "to'ia' .tbe itore.' .(' I,.. ..-.- in"the- ,vicinity' 'thought'ehatfe .a
!I.: 'Country.Only' twenty-two states in the _en- messenger employed at: f dyoamiebeen'toDCbed Lucerne Theatre, April 1 st

tire country'had, a mileage of improved had been seated,on the barrel' ;hid <&. wit"tisat'oI> tke erpfaaiaa .,,t ,Ian the" C.... hCourt ::room' -,
road than. the average appeared. ,Whether :'the:negroti sat ,:the mlteaaent htag Leight.tftiMIIw" tiee Woeki'away,' windows were rat- ,..
' greater
; '
"
, for the country. .Of ,these, five ,up into the. air'aad. ,t' never- ;:came.dew.. H* .... arrival.ffe,,"JJ-r-l pry, ,tW."JD' : :' ' K tm'"
: southern states.-
.3:. were,The'growth of,the good. !Old$:idea more,;was seen. :of him.-ali: ,. .1 liW, J 114..:Ia...1P. ,3:: ......,' ,. ., .'rtil i.fi. figure DB YDnrJoo '
"
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throughout the, South is,:one of ;:the i who struck. the,:aaftek :wttek . : ,;...-M.
k \ ...... .... ,
brtf .
promising, of the great the explosion. , had'Wt to .,H :' : ; .cS ,
most features ; : ;
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; ''or severalyears' :&., .country, EA2TE'B "TIME

,-...',-th'through its.National their legislatures.Congress;have'and JEWELRY

\mu; "time. and money in an ..
or. ''to locate the cause .ALMOST HERE AND IF YOU NEED ANYTHING INV I

erL' 'the )high cost, ,of living ,: THE LINE, OF UP TO DATE DRY GOODS, CLOTHING, .".
: 'as little is known on the '-. '
bject today as when'the investigations HATS AND SHOES, ALSO LADIES. READY TO WEAR. ,-
You will find that the
best
began.- ,There: seems ,to ,be *a ;V, :, IIKESSE). *. OF ALL'DESCRIPTIONS COME TO,B. SALty" we carry
well established belief, how; "
tty ,
; < Ili;::. ,SATISFACTION GUARANTEED OR MONEY '
,er,.that two causes contribute larg "l and most popular lines.
'
;to this knotty problem. REFUNDED.
t',; middleman and-,transpor-
{ tion companies get such big slices It is to your interest to visit our

rst: out .of all that 'is produced by B, Salomon Orlando

the farmer that.the cost,must be increased store where
y we are always glad to show
to.the consumer and,the price J
'
the.farmer decreased. '111111 MMMMI I""IIIIIIIIIIIII'11111111111111111111l ll lllllllll'I"4' 1
V:Transportation companies pay io you what we have i for your needs

| _eir I stock holders enormous dividendsand
salaries, occupy the finest offices
to the land, officials, ride in private
[cars. that""are rolling palaces, live inhomes uiNLii i

(money that in private cost fabulous and hotel prices,parties waste O BANK a TRUST. I OOMP1NY BRING YOUR WATCH TO US TO REGULATE


that would tax the credulity, of men EVERYTHING GUARANTEED ;
from:the ordinary walks of life, have Capital" Sirptas art UriivMed Prods S12I.MMI.

so.many luxuries.that they really become
a burden to them and this all, ofnecessity Told I Resources ever Three-patters a HiHioB.v 4

is'paid by the,middle classes Allen & Co.
and the man who toils. Report of the Condition.of Oriand

These I two classes are between the }Wk ; k Bank 'and Trust Co., Condensed

upper and nether stones, and the constant From Report to Comptroller -
.grind puts them out of harmony JEWELERS .
: er Feb. ,4,1913
with,the world,creates discontent :
in their hearts,'and in this mood 4 y RESOURCESLoans
young"men desert the farm and.seek 1 and Discounts .....393161.05 Orlando Florida
their fortune in the glare and glamourof Overdarfts .............. 19153 ,
the city.Deserted r Stocks and Bonds ....... 26018.33
farms allover. the east and ; Real Estate, Furniture and
New{ England states are. monumental tt; Fixtures ... .......... 25,853.44
testimonials to.this condition of'af *- ; Cash on hand and in Banks 215084.83

fairs. -,The condition is becoming
'alarming.It f' r 660311.18
: has been estimated that of a s LIABILITIES THENE CASH STORE

nine-billion dollar food crop in .the Capital Stock ...........$100,000.00
United, States about three billions or Surplus.and Undivided
one-third, remains on the farm, so i r '" Profits ..'. '..... .... 22,832.33

that the producers actually sell some- ," Deposits ... ............ 537,418.85 Con.South and Hughey Sts.
ting like' six billion dollars worth. But -- ..

by the time these products-have reached : $660,311.18 WE. BUY FOR CASH AND SELL FOR CASH. 'VE -

the.:consumer, their cost has risen 1 We invite the attention of our customers KEEP'OUR EXPENSES DOWN AND CONSEQUENTLY -
.to thirteen billion dollars. That it is z and friends to our statement CAN KEEP OUR PRICES DOWN '
v
:evident that between the producer and
' above and wish to assure them that
the ,consumer there now stretches a Our Prone No. is
; I we appreciate their patronage and '
great gulf of unnecessary waste and f
, ask for a continuance of same.
'expense: Don't forget,that' our deposits are, m And an Order will Hare Prompt Attention, and will be
': If only: a fraction of this intermediate insured. Delivered to Any Part of the City.D. .

' 'cost could. be'wipeff.out( the.con. . A cordial' invitation is extended to \1 I
sumer"'no less than the linnet: would visitors in our city to call and open R RAYBON, Proprietor ORLANDO, FLA.
be benefited and the burdensome-
Uofted Stales Government Slate and Cooaty Depository. an account.with us.W. .
,pense of living would be appreciably F.
L J
:.reduced. When the producer receives ,
-
only six billions and the consumer .' 0, :::: 0 ii. '.IIIII'IIIIIIIIIII tll 1111111111111111111111111111RAl

pays thirteen billions,'there is clearly
\,some',radical defect in,the system,of .

'farm;;'marketing.' This difference 'of :- I ( (ESTATE( fOR Sift( !!

laiyen! billion fromnegessaryand', dollars arises.legitimate partly of'coarse M. SLEMONS

..expenses, for instance,.of transportation'and j.I j.
" of a fair'profit.to,the distri ,.' K

, butors.. .It is' nonetheless, evident" The trend of Orlando's Growth is :.

however I< .that a tremendous saving v, .' ' A Northeast Lewter's Addition and I
could be"effected by the'establishmentof

" shorter and, easier' methods for Our New Spring Stock is Coming In Sunshine Park are there. Near by
.b bringing farmer's: products to the
is Paradise Hill. Let
show
me
, consumer's pantry.., ,..' And we will offer to you a Choice Selection of High Class Goods' you :
'' .The; increasing population of the . IN DRY GOODS, ALL THE STAPLE :AND USEFUL
world must be',fed'a d unless these GOODS as well as FANCY SILKS, and FINE DRESS GOODS,
.-conditions that.can no longer be en- "; HOSIERY IN SILK: LISLE':AND'COTTON,and the'Many Accessories , "
ctared -are, cured serious' results' will :, that Women Use. tF. A. LewterMIMIIIMIII
follow: The averice and greed.of men I .
must be controlled by the firm hand

*of law Bargains Six Days in Every WeekWe ".. ..-'.- .- .- .- .- .- .- .- ;-' .. ..r ...;: .-.- -. -. -. ; ....,.. .. .. ._ .* ._ ... -f

I -
ROAD CONSTRUCTION I carry all the time a large stock of SHOES of the best ( ,
-' I makes and newest styles. 'KING QUALITY MEN'S SHOES. :' "' j MRS. .JARLEY'S
CRADDOCK ,TERRY'S WOMEN'S: SHOES AND CHILD- .
The news-columns of the.Industrial REN'S SHOES. NONE BETTER ARE SOLD IN THIS '
.
Index show'continually that a great '
MARKET FAMOUS m\( WORKS ::1.
is in .
road construction
amount of
, ;
SCHLOSS BROS. FINE SUITS FOR MEN.at $15.00, $20. .
in the
. progress and is being planned $25.00 and $30.00 are unsurpassed for STYLE. FIT- AND '" AND THE ;.
southeast, It.Is.. certain..that never. H '
b fcVas there so much work of QUALITY CHEROKEE ORCHESTRA
) read LORD BALTIMORE BOYS' SUITS WILL BE SURE, TO
the find in this section. This PLEASE yOU. '

J ':construction, moreover' is of. a ,notably PRESENTED BY THE "
" 'substantial character, and is Indicative

, of the progress and development RoLins' School of Expression
: of the southeast.

,Expenditures for the, improvementof W., M. SLEMONS LYMAN. MNASIUM
I public highways during he'-'year I WINTER PARK

1911,,throughout the southern states I MONDAY 'MARCH
, 24TH, 3:30 P. M.
aggregated $45,000,000 or more than
.
!"
r GENERAL ADMIS SION 50 CENTS.
: 32 per cent of the,total amount spent ,
advancement along every line which
;;* for this purpose in the entire country. I is taking place today'in this favored. BRIGHAM HILL
,,4.Between 1904 and 1911, such expendi- Industrial Index.
I region.- ,
J tares in the south very nearly doubled !
while the rest of the country showed Heinous, .Musical Extravafazaft
-
-
NEWS AGENTSOrlando
; 'a.gain,in this.five-year' period of 70- I ALCOHOL BARREL JADE81 .

*, .per cent, (
| .Statistics ,for the.year'1909, issued With a noise that was heard for at Stationery Souvenir ana Curio Store
'wood alcohol bar- ,
blocks,
a
the U. S. Office of Public Roads, least six
:- by
f and the latest available on the sub* rel, in which gas had collected exploded ,22 WEST. CHURCH, STREETUNDERTAKER : !tfloflheTophop T
o
I 1 Ject'of road,show for that every the square South has mile,.87 of miles ter. morning,about in, the 11 rear o'clock of Hutchinson's yesterday ;

The barrel, from which
drug store.
; iitory, while the rest of the country
about all the aIeohol:had been taken, ARMSTRONGThe
(. bas but .67 miles of road to the ,
} mile. The increase in the,numi > had been, rolled into the gutter, re- "THE PRODUCTION BEAUTIFUL"
square in harmless manner, ARTISTIC PICTURE FRAMER'of Orlando .
bar of miles of improved roadways in clining there a.
, the Southeast between 1904 and 1909 until L G.. Johnson,a young man from ;
; Ws'at the rate of 63 per cent,:while Knoxville, Twin., lighted a cigarette PIN' STREET 125 iell-llowa.P. in (tie Cast, 125 DI
|lathe vicinity, striking a match closeto I __ J
t ,roc the rest of the country, this increase I -- -" -

\1: named,was but the 14 south per built, cent.784 In.miles the When the bunghole.the: mok e had cleared away verely and bin.heeir'scorched.. His in ing.' IWATCI.. fH t IT J WAIT FM IT !
period end of the barrel juries, which were not of a serious nature t
roads than did;the rest of, the it was found that one So loud was the,explosion that many '1
" ;fore had been blown out and a ,negro were attended, to in the store. persons I in the vicinity thought 'a: fi
:i. ',:gauntry. who Following the report a great crowd Lucerne Theatre April 1st
o states in.the en messenger,employed at the store, : charge of dynamite had been touched .
Only twenty
, had: mileage of improved had been seated on'the,barrel had dis gathered ,at ,the point of the explosion off. In the Criminal' Court room,
tire country a
the' ,the excitement being heightenedby
Whether went three blocks
road greater .than :the aver. appeared. negro away, windows were rat
;.t-jjtge for, the country >Of these, ,five up into the air and never came.doWn the arrival of the Fire Department; tied.' ,Deputy Sheriff John.'Martin.: ,'
'again, it could only'be guessed, at no which extinguished a quantity of alcohol who thought the,noise originate'inside
states.
southern "
*' v%wwe more was seen of him. Mr.,Johnson, ,that had caught fire'in.the"put the room, shouted ."O .
The growth of the:good;roads idea: : er"i ,the 101 Jnjg:
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, throughout the South"is, one of the who struck the ,match which' caused ter and was carrying a stream of*court'gentIenenTamp: Tribune gu nn.yo
; features.of.the'great ,the explosion! had'his face burned sea fume towards, ,the nearest sewer open- ,21st '
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:J: E: Wray :Pastor., '. .
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Preaching by the Pastor at 11:00. :. . .' .,
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; THE Subject "The Resurrection of, Jesus .
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Christ, the Best Proved Fact; in His .

tory. Music: Anthem and Male Quar" ...... ':....-, ..
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tet.Epworth League at 6:30. H. A. ,

: STATE BANK Hoffner, president ,, . --, ,;, ',
Sacred Concert at,730. < '

Organ' Prelude, Wagner. TO-DA. ' i

k. 1 Hymn and Prayer. .
j of Orlando Chorus "By the Way of Sorrow," ,:

y'., Schenecker. .
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; -' "' Male Quartette "Silent Night,",Kevin. Is the best time to open your ....

"My' Faith Looks Up to Thee," Sche- i
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;- [STAIISIIDIN1893 necker. '. account, arrange for'your :
"By Babylons Waves," Gounod.
F -
k "Lovely Appear" ,(Redemption) Gou j. difficulties, or talk over your '

the oldest Bank in Orlando, has had nearly, nod. affairs,with the only "National"
THIS .
Solo, "The Resurrection,", Shelley, A. -'
f r twenty years of.experience of banking in this P Curry. : Bank in this vicinity.

section Florida., It offers its services to, all wish- Offerrtory, Nocturne in E flat, Chopin ;> '
Male Quartette, "Still With Thee," :f. You will find us deeply inter
ing to transact ,business with a bank carefully conducted Nevin. ; :.-

1' ;* on conservative banking principles. I Lord' Vouchsafe (Stabot. Mata) Rossini ested welfare.in anything. that is your- ,.

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Benediction. t .
We draw drafts on all parts of the world and buy Organ Postlude, Fugue in D Minor, -S Bring your troubles as well as ...:,:.
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Rink.
I and.sell domestic exchange. ,'\ Soloists-Mrs. W. L. Palmer, Mr. R. ..- your deposits to .

R. Waldron, Mr. A. P. Curry.

Our correspondents, with many others, include Director-A. P. Curry. '

the National Park Bank New' York; First National Organist Midweek-C.Prayer E. Wade.Meeting, Wednes- I[ PEOPLES[ NATIONAL l BANK

' Bank, Philadelphia; Third National Bank, Atlanta; day, 7:30 p. m.Everybody r 1
invited. e
} 'Merchants-Mechanics National Bank, Baltimore, ; : welcome. Strangers especially "118 I pea..re Ie serve yes"

Continental & Commercial National Bank, Chicago: I I '
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I FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH.
National:Bank of Commerce, St. Louis; 'f I II I -

: Rev. Dr. Adcock, of Tallahassee,

We Pay 4 jw cett Interest OB Savings Accounts :t will ing. preach both morning and even- ; : :< .' .' ':< '" :


: Morning service at 11. --
fllillllillilllllillMIMMMIMMHIItlMIHItltROLLINS : .
Evening service at 7:30. ;

MANY SEEKING Sunday School at 9:30 a. m. Otto
SHELTER.
GLEE CLUB.
I Link, superintendentB. . .., ', t
: !own. College Glee Club'gave a t < .' \
'Special to the Sentinel Y, P. U. at 6:30.p.m. \ \ : .: '.
the
T fiae. concert Caeino.for last evening'the-benefit at Tam-I i. Douglas, Ariz., March 21.-Large Everyone is cordially invited, es- .-- .. ; ."' .
Bay \
pa.
L t Hfllsborough'high-school library l number of women and children, among pecially strangers. I
them Americans Monday afternoon at 3:15, the La
many' were brought
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This',is one of the best glee clubs
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% : II here in automobiles today from Cana. dies' Missionary Society will// .meet
delighted
in the state and.the_audience was 1.------
I nea.Mexico in the anticipation of an and all members are urged to be present
;with the program.nndered.1
attack that town of the allied
Miss Daniel scored'a hit in "One Fine upon A pin is ordinarily a very small

,>Day,"'from the opera "Madame Butterfly -'force of rebels. ,Two large rebel thing, but when it sticks in your tireit

,"',(Puccini); Mr. D. D. Wether- forces, commanded by Generals Dieg- Unity Chapel i amounts to a good deal Vulco-
and Bracamonte Unity Chapel corner Central avenue
? ell stag some: solos,' his',voice being ure are preparingto Fiberine will stop pin or nail pone- 4 COMPLETE
and West street Rev. Eleanor E.
attack the well garrisonat
fortified
indeed pleasing;the quartet and''trio Gordon minister. tuna instantly and prevent leaks. See STOCKOF
y m Hen 'were among the best 'The Cananea consisting of three bun- It demonstrated at the Hyer Stable,
Bred men under Colonel Moreno., Easter Service Sunday morning at
;. special,.selections by Mr Landstreet corner Orange and Central evenues.:
11 o'clock. Subject of. sermon, "The
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aid Mr., Ira were also appreciated! -
Eternal Hope"Subject
PROMINENT PROSPECTORS.
The'personnel'of the'dub>follows: James Watson,who was injured last
of Sunday School lesson,
., First tenors,,H. S. Pope,'L C..Es- "The of the Ressurection." week by his horse running away, is
; '- tefani A. 'P.. Land treet; baritones, Messrs. J. T. Hendricks, of Orlando Story rapidly recovering.

!' w'Cj Inman CUW. McCardell,'R D and Walter Huff, of Cedar Rapids, CATHEDRAL CHURCH OF ST. Spring

Bane;' second tenors, D. D.' Wether- who, with a party of western capital, 1 x LUKE. Make up your mind that you will ,

.*efl ED.: Fordham, E. K. Harris; bas., late, have been prospecting in East ..... advertise tomorrow in the Sunday!

see, B. Blackmtn,'W.:' F. Nehling, F,, ern Orange for the past two ,weeks, Services for Easter. Sentinel, the_ only. caner of__ its kind__ Styles

L., Froemke. Directors,..H. S. Pope, returned to Orlando last nightA 7:30 Celebration of Holy Communion. published In this section It will be

: .......;;.A. F.Landstreet, Miss Dor. Sentinel representative met Mr. read by hundreds.
oft'Daniel', violinist and soprano; Huff in the lobby of the San Juan, 10:30 Morning prayer. -

Mrs; Blackman but nothing definite was all we could
Berkeley accompan.ist 11:00 Sermon and Celebration. Miss Elizabeth .H. Rand has returned .
.:t =Tampa; Tribune. get from him. 3:30 Children's Easter Service. to her home after a spentin FASHIONABLEAND
f In the party was L. A. Haught, J. 4:30 Knights Templar Service. Chicago and Kentucky. year

THE MOON IN:ECLIPSE. W. Wright, J. H. Wescott, Cedar ,
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The noon .is full this. morning. It Rapids; L W. Squires, Ira Marsh, CATHOLIC CHURCH. BECOMING .
wIll.set with a fast encroaching shadow Miles Marsh, S. L. Bragg, Greene, Two masses. Ten per cent off on all linen and -'

:: 'on, its face and the last glimpse Iowa; J. N. Buckmaster, and ,J. J. Low mass, 7 o'clock. i Lace,It,Hamilton_Dunn's.For .

a ,,,Jieera will- have of the lunar Baumgartner, Demoret, Iowa. High mass and sermon, 10 o'clock
t dark Benediction 7:30 the next few weeks the ship- Straw
the ,
.iWead wffl fe po spot over p. m.
., eastern'rim. ORLANDO STATE BANK. Re,. S. X. Sherer,of Buffalo, N. Y., ment of vegetables from Palmetto

f._At the tiffii 'of the full moon, to- The Orlando Sentinel notes with will preach the sermon.'SQUIRRELS will probably average 100 cars a week.
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'Y' ,'day", there is a ,total eclipse. The pride that the State Bank of Orlando AND BIRDS. Hats
., : earlier phases of this are visible in hat passed the million-dollar mark Inspect Shannibarf big stock of
Washington, D.. C., March 19, 1913. Bicycle tires.
in business. This is certainly fine '
the eastern part of the United States a ,
Florida
.Mr. Jas. H. Brice, Orlando, ,
and the.", hole eclipse will be witness.ed 'I Beading 'and worthy of notice.. The Dear Sir: Your letter relating to
.on',the Pacific coast late bank is one of the oldest finan-
the relations of squirrels' to birds in
Here according to the Eastern Vial institutions in Olando and the
city parks, has been referred to the
II standard time, the first ,contact of,the deposits shown in its last report, more WELCOME TO
Biological Survey for reply. Observations -
moon with the shadow will be at 5:13. than a million dollars, is attracting Brown & Lartigue
in the north show that prob-
Only the beginning will be seen here,, attention and favorable commentSmesUnion RIVAL PAW
ably no species of squirrel can resist
as the moon will: set with the shadow 21stESTABLISH
the temptation to dine on eggs
advancing, becoming total only after and young birds. The gray squirrel, BARBER SHOP
'It has disappeared below the horizon.In BOAT LINE which is more frequently naturalizedin
,the West; the time being three A boat line operating'between Car-
,city parks than any other species, Modem and Complete.
F hours, earlier than here, the eclipse rabelle, Apalachicola and Pensacola, is as little to blame in this respectas '
individual
-v will be seen in totality,and the shadow Fla., and Mobile, Ala., has been establiShed any .of the squirrels, but I, have ,Everything new,
there"will 'begin to pass off be. by Raymond J: Camp and this' blackbird's electric attachments at every
seen species robbing
fore the sun rise eclipses all the C. B. Coombs,'both of Apalachicola. nests in the..Department of Agriculture chair. No stone has been left BASE BALL
make this
nightly visitors from the heavens. unturned to shop
grounds here. Nevertheless the meet th erequirements of the
CARPENTERS AND BUILDERS, park is by no means devoid of birds most particular. Plenty of
4 'STILL THEY COME TO ORLANDO ATTENTIONThe and when too large a number of
__ room. CourteoUSlttendantL
---- -Progressive carpenter nowadays squirrels is, not maintained, birds STETSON UNIVERSITYVS.
Mr. J. A. Stolier of Nashville, Tenn. I is a'man that draws the money will do fairly well. ELIJAH WHTTEHEAD,.

:.z .is motoring from St .Petersburg to above' the minimum scale. Almost Very truly yours,' Proprietor.

'his home Nashville. .He has with any man can be a drone at his trade, W. L M'ATEE, Orange Ave, Orlando, Fla.IB .

i.. him hia wife, son and:daughter. They and the only way4 to get out of his Acting in Charge Economic Investigations.

:have; been,.:spending several months lethargy is to keep abreast of thetimes. I ROLLINS COLLEGE

"at oints South of here and are delighted The surest way for a carpenter .
.' ," : with Florida. He experssed himself ,to do this is,to subscribe for The ATTENTION ODDFELLOWS sstaa

.-S xas well pleased with the appear- National Builder. It is up to the 1 There will be special work at the March 21
,' :ance of Orlando, saying that it ap- minute and covers the building field regular meeting of Oddfellows Mon Friday,

t" ,peared to him_as a desirable place for in detail It is,a school of instructionthat day night and all.members and visiting TUfOAKlAND: :

'a man who had a family to make a is a pleasure to pursue. It is a brothers lure requested to be present : and

f home. He expects to visit here again magazine for the carpentered builder .It will be an interesting.meet, .

E;" r in, November and may conclude to and a special rate of $100 for two ing. Arrange to be present I : 'CAR Saturday March 22
.
j' locate here; years is given at .the present time. ,

k Like many others Mr. Stolier criti- Twenty-four complete house plans This .is the last week, in Lent and TIATEVDYNiYBfAUDNC at'WINTERPARK

eased our streets..but'we explained .to I and twenty-four: copies given duringthe all the churches have, planned for -

him "what we are going to do." year. Fred T. Hodgson, the editor special Easter .services tomorrow., '

of The National .Builder. '30,000 .

EXTRA AT THE LUCERNE. carpenters. and builderS take The Councilman Slemons tJdnh.tMt_ the 1,. .Mir . .....-. . .. 1' .;. .., ,
National 'Btt94er.' Why? BecauseIt most effective curfew law i lithe Jaw.'of r . ;1 '
Big :double'bill today Just/think/ delivers the goods.' Call or write the home where if necessary it can- be, .:AIIM: : I.I .. :' ? r GAME.AT3P.M.;
of it! Five 'big feature 'reels.. for ,sample copy, ,H. C. Chadwick, enforced with a shingle.' ," : '" ; .i. :' _i"';; .. ' .- f' '

,Special matinee at 3:30to: 5 p. m. Care Cooper A.Chadwick, Real Estate _. ... >:t : ." '1 .: :':irirrNc. : -,, :Gala wwFree7W
ogee 17 Church'si: Orlando. 3t Predictions. regard to.the bsapk i {
NifktTtolO.Batoeay: ., . .rAN ter.h. ifsrGIi/es a..bWina .
five'_tI' ..1 tree; w:'t ess sugar crop and.. the.result ,ot..elections ,<1 ...... .. : '
.; -emit. .'Ge l tfce ,habit:. :1'tu.w'tI e :::fl r--t1.vpr' : fen bkye aid' ; are vH :like: the';....... ;: > ..tIL.A,1', _

; ;;. ..' . .: i.: ., I- .A. j diMeult to to H te:ague.;t :

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