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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 30, 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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;i VOLUME BHHHHBHES:ONI ORLANDO, FLORIDA, SUNDAY, MARCH 30TH, 1913. NUMBER 42.i i

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LOSS 'OF UFE IN DAYTONA L 0. s. CALLS BRING AID TO LAST FIGHTING AT ADRIANOPLE. ALL KINDS OF SUPPLIES AND THE RAILROADS ARE, ALMOST FLOYD ALLEN, LEADER OF OUT

*.WILL NOT EXCEED,ONE HUNDRED DISTRESS,VESSELSAILEDFROM CASUALTIES ARE ESTIMATED MONEY NEEDED-PROPERTY PARALYZED AND IT WILL LAW BAND UNNERVED AS

t, \ : AND 'FIFTY' -COi HERE FOR COLON AT 14,000 KILLED LOSS MAY REACH FIFTY TAKE WEEKS FOR THE HE GOES TO DEATH FOR

:: | ? LUMBDS ONE,HUNDRED i TUESDAY AND WOUNDED MILLION ;NEEDED RECOVERY HIS PART IN HILLS-

** AND TWENTY. -FIVE Special to UM Sentinel Special to the Sentinel Special to the'SentinelIndianapolis peeial to The Sentinel VILLE TRAGEDY

: :It' New York, March 29.-The forty- London, March 29.The Bulgarian Ind., March .29.-It is ,New York, March 29.-Telegraph Special to the Sentinel
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{., }-,t Cincinnati, March 29.-The caslity' three passengers of the steamer Text troops pierced the Tchatalja ,lines ,in imposible for me to give any approximate lines facing the worst wire prostra- Richmond, Va., March 29.-Floyd
list in Dayton and Columbus found adrift in mid-ocean, with the neighborhood of Lake Derkos, on estimate on the property ,loss tion in thei r history; railroads pare Allen and his son Claude the only ;
i fceatinued> 'to shrink, last night Con- three broken: propeller blades last the Black Sea, today and are pushing of this state. From the present in- lyzed in a great portion of the Middle two of the Hillsville gunmen topay
.l amative estimate placed the maxi Saturday reached this port;last night forward victoriously on Constantinople dications, it may reach fifty million West and East; and sorely crippled the death penalty for the Carroll

.i1Bum'lou of life in Dayton at one on the Scandinavian-American Line according to,a Central News dis- and might even go as high as one elsewhere; great enterprises at a court house murders a year ago, were
,hundred 'and fifty ed ,Columbus, steamer ,C. G. Tetgen. The crew re patch from Sofia. hundred million.. We need all kindsof standstill from which they will not electrocuted in the state penitentiary :i

lose, hundred" and\ twenty-five. Disquieting mained on the Texas, which was towed supplies and money. wholly recover for weeks-these were shortly after 1 p. m, yesterday, after
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reports triekled through from to the Azone Islands. The Tot- 14,000 ,Killed and Wounded Transportation is paralyzed excepton conditions faced by the business, and a dramatic eleventh-hour attempt to
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;,. .*Zanesvflle; where communication, had gen responded" to wjrless'calls for help London, March .-The Bulgarians roads. running out Anderson and financial world yesterday in connection save them had been thwarted by Governor 'r
tfeeen entirely cut off. sent by the Texas, which was bound casualties in the last day's fightingat Richmond. Wind is intense and cold with the flood situation i Mann unexpectedly returningto

Five known .dead reported., The from: Gothenburg, 'Sweden, to New Adrianople are estimated at 14,000 is causing severe suffering, and I fear They spelled losses high in.the millions the capitol, thus preventing the
v,,j KHjfemation'of heavy loss of life imfK port News, Va., and Gulf ports. The killed and wounded. The first regi- that the loss of life will be great aside from their effect on the lieutenant governor from acting upona

>seible and it is n generally?. credit- Totgen went, on hundred and sixty- ments which advanced to the attack The towns along the lower Wabash work of relief and rescue. request for a commutation.
*.et. The relief trains reached here five miles out of her course and found lost fifty per cent of their officers have not seen the crest of the flood. i In a territory. roughly bounded by -
*.t 4ay. the seas so rough upon arriving near and 'men in killed and wounded, ac- The worst conditions existing in I Pittsburgh, St. Louis, Chicago and Richmond, Va., March 29.-Floyd
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,I Hamilton, with its, estimated dead the Texas hat it was impossible to cording to a central news dispatch order are in the following cities: In- Cleveland, telegraph service is practically and Claude Allen father and son, are .
:BBttben&g' ninety, probably suffered get within conversing distance: The from S fta. dianapolis, Peru Terre Haute, Brook impossible' except to get out the only ones of the famous clan to
1 tnost heavily next to Dayton and Co Totgen sent out mail boats. In these I vine, Kokomo, Richmond, Logansport, meagre news of the flood disaster. suffer the death penalty for their
Iambus. the; Texas passengers were lowered Honor Captive Turks Marion, Anderson, and Muncie. Here railroad service is intermittent, murderous raid on the Hillsville Court '
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One third* of Marietta has beenwept two at'a time, women and children I S Sofia, Bulgaria, March 29.-Shukri SAMUEL, U. RALSTON, all schedules being abandoned and house. The execution disposes of the

t away by flood waters from the first, with the aid of a basket, and Pasha, 5 the captured. Turkish commander Governor. such exprsses as are run being com last of this band of Virginia freeboot-
"Ohio>> and Muskingum rivers. the Texas hoisting engine. in- chief- of- Adnanopie, withhis pelled to feel their way at not to ex- ers.Sidna ..
1"t Ample warning had been given and staff and seven othr Turkish generals THIRTEEN ,HUNDRED FAMILIES ceed twenty miles an hour. Allen a brother of Floyd
OF arrived here were HAVE BEEN GIVEN SUCCOR For a time 'yesterday,all communication Edwards and Sidna
?while wire communications has entire- FOR THE BENEFIT HUMANITY t today. They Wesley a nephew, .
received with fitting honors. They with'Chicago, even by circuitous Edwards, his father, together with >
ply failed< .le I will reside here during their captivity. Special to,The Sentinel routes, was lost. Conditions had Friel Allen, a son of Sidna, are all
,. The: Ohio river continued to rise Special to The Sentinel l Omaha, Neb., March 28.-Thirteen been little improved last night. Only! serving fifteen years sentences in the

'from Wheeling to Cincinnati and all New .York, Morch 28th.-That Dr. Servians Captured Commander hundred families have been given suc- the New yfrk Central and Pennsyl- Virginia penitentiary. Victor Allen,
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::citizens' along the bank are expert, Friedrich Franz Friedmann is now Belgrade, Servia, March 29.The cor since the relief committees began vania were getting trains through a son of Floyd, who had been admittedto
j :facing the most disastrous flood ever preparing to give to a large number!I honor of capturing Shukri Pasha, the the work r of caring for the victims of from Chicago and they by using sidelines the bar but a short time before the
known.. The crest of the flood is of reputable physicians of this country j.i Turkish commander in chief of last Sunday's tordo. Half a hun- at times. Hillsville masacre and who aspired
to Marietta early this the secret of: his tuberculosis turtle Ajdnanople, with his headquarters dred houses have been provided with The tlegraph disorganization resulted to the office of Commonwealth :Attor-
!: morning.expected. ,pass bacilli was,.announced by his secretary i![I staff, belongs to the Servians. rent,paid a month 'fn::.advance, and from a series of storms and ney, the incumbent of which, William

: The: waters continued to recede rapidly Charles de'Vidal-Hundt., For more;,, An official statement today says furniture, clothing and 9lr"household ( : floods which culminated in rain and I M. Foster, was shot at the time of -

:everywhere ,excepting extreme than twp hours, :;Dr., Friedman was ,,that Shukri Pasha, two other officers necessities have been distributed. wind of Wednesday through the I the; raid, was tried and acquitted, ':
;: ?south-weaterii Ohio in conference labia rooms in the An- ish generals, twenty two field officers Many' families left homeless as a Southern tier of States and almost I there having been nothing to show,

The situation generally is much improved sonii}Hotel with,his .assistants, Dr.Harry and one hundred and fifty punior of result of the storm have permitted unprecedented hail and sleet yester' that he had anything to do with the
.;;} ,and while property damage 'Benjamin, and Mr, Maurice ficers, were in the Hadurluk fort to pride to. keep ,them from the relief day along the Canadian border.' 1 shooting. Byrd Marion, a cousin of

-has. been enormous;.optimism generdally Strum; his brother. ,.,Dr.'A.Cot H. Friedmannr the northwest of the city when the stations, and the committee has put The difficulties began Thursday Claude Allen, secured his liberation
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prevails. ,Relief. trains reached ""of|Colorado" ,* and:a physician. twentieth Servian infantry. stormed to work a eorps of searchers to reach night a week ago, .when_ the(gf e !i by turning state's evidence. .* 2
JaIl the affected; districts and,,the"mflitia .; pampae r.whrose .itoh:divujred; J land captured it and.rtyeve' this class ,o{, sufferers. A storm which was to sweep over the Sidna Allen, who was captured ia
'is enforcing order. ' r The 'conference, according to Mr.l!I On he following day Shukri Pasha general supply depot at the, .auditorium Central States kicked tap a preliminary Iowa ,with 'his, nephew Wesley Edwards .
t. : Hundt, was devoted entirely to the !i was handed over by the Servians to is being used to supply the disturbance along the shores oi t was the man accused by Judge
discussion of the best ways and means ,, the Bulgarian commander in chief. relief stations. Twenty thousand the Gulf of Mexico. Friday' and Sat- Thornton L Massie of having fired
J FRUIT, HURT .INvGEORGIA' for making public the secret in orderthat i i jSevnteen i thousand Ottoman troops loaves of bread were among the con- urday conditions became worse, for the shot which resulted in the judge'sdeath.
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:.**!"to ttr/MM.: I the greatest number of sufferers also surrendered to the Servians and j i e I]i'' tributions which, came i in yesterday. the -cyclone.. in Kansas..and Nebraska- .-
r t ? :.J Bata; G L" 1M'R: fro tuberculosis. throughout the en- the quantity of war material captured -I, The last of the original victims of had cut off everything west of Oma Today, therefore, marks the passingof

?( ,jwA, received Friday,from corresponct -, tire country might be treated with the by them in the taking of the fort I II !Ithe! disaster were Jauried 'yesterday, ha. This damage was being repaired the Allen clan, which knew no law,
i.: ;...ta'of The Journal from the fruit cultures. No decision was reached, i I was enormous. I a score of funerals being held.v when the ,Ohio and Indiana floods I but violence. For years this clan had
,"belts of Georgia are to.the effect that' j I The Bulgarian hadquarters staf has '.- cut off .these States and put the con dominated the section of ,South East
f' ;,the .fruit crop has been' materially] DROVE NAILS-IN WIFE'S SKULL!;; been informed that Servian co-opera- ALARMING CONDITIONSALONG tinental trunk lines traversing them ern Virginia known as Fancy Gap.

: damaged in the northern and middle I tion: with the Bulgarian troops is no THE OHIO out of commission.Fire They acquired wealth, according to
Special to The sentinel j
.:sections of the State by the drop in I'!longer necessary, in the opinion of mountain standards, defied their fellow
temperature of. Thursday night In New York: March ,29.-Salvatore i Servian forces from he vicinity of Special to the Sentinel Breaks Out men and the courts, and lived .a '
\ Geracci yesterday told Deputy Police I" St. Louis, Mo., March 29.-Thous-
S.njloca1ities the crop is reportedkilled (Adrianople will begin today. law unto themselves.As .
Commissioner Dougherty, and later' ands of residents along the Ohio Special to The SentinelSteubenville
according to'early examinatioas. among all primitive characters,
Coroner Hellenstein and Assistant Turks Use river from Cincinnati to Cairo are 0., March 29.-Fire
: Aeroplane the clan spirit was uppermost with
JMth,the exceptions of the orchard District-Attorney Breckenridge howon Consantinople, March 29.-A German in flight tonight because.of the flood broke out in flooded zone tonight at the Aliens. One day, a little over a
: araad Dalton; ; in the'''f1ClDlty o! Columbus last' November 6, he had murderedhis military aviator named Scherf, warning sent out by the weather of- ten o'clock and twenty-five thousand year ago, when old Floyd heard that ,
: wife by driving one long wire nail i I fici is.
: and south'i>f, Fort Valley, the accompanied by a Turkish officer, today I dollars damage has been done and two of his. nephews had been arrested -
': ;;peach.crop-is said to'havb: eii badly aftr another through her skull into! flew over the Bulgarian lines Towns situated on the river are the fire is still spreading. he tore down on the officer who had
" her brain and then, with the assistance -, threatened; with one of the most disastrous Tonight's of Ohio flood
thrt ,Fort Valley district reports before Echatalja in a biplane. The summary the boys in custody, brutally assaulted ..
:4? (that at.best'the,damage-.-to the fruit of friends, shipped the body to officer reported that the Bulgarians floods since 1884. situation: him and set the prisoners at liberty.
Georgetown, Conn!, where he threw In the southern of Ohio and
part Estimated casualties. Known dead
'will:be severe. All vegetation is reported were congregating in strong force to It was for this contravention of the
it into a mill pond. Indiana, the conditions are becomingas Dayton ....... ....150 86
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:; to have been killed in the vioaky the west of Biyuk Chekmedye, on the law that Floyd Allen was being triedat
't,: of Fort Valley. Geracci, a little brown weazened Sea of Marmora.The they were farther north in those Columbus ... .. .. .125 66 Hillsville on March 14, 1912 when
,. .Macon: growers f say that the crop man, who gave his age as. forty- flying man maintained a com- states before the flood waters receded Hamilton ...... .. 90 33 his fellow clansmen drew their guns
'has' been injured, but not to the extent five and looked sixty, showed'not the paratively low level throughout his but there has been no great Zanesville .. ...... 25 5 and shot to death four officials of the
of fifty per cent slightest remorse as his tale was flight, and although frequently under loss of life, due largely to the warn:= Chillicothe .. .. .. 25. 15 court and a woman spectator.
,/ 'Rome repo.rts.that fruit. in north slowly translated to the police of- fire, the biplane was not struck by ings which the floods to the north Delaware ...... .. 25 12
:Georgia is damaged, but nor,killed. ficials. His only trace of human feel- any shots. gave the people in the southern partsof Middletown .. .. ... 12 7 WOULD PARDON PATTERSONSpecial

.... The, crop i in the vicinity of Cornelia ing seemed! to be a desire to assume the state. Troy .... .. .... ... 12 9
all blame and absolve those who Illinois and Missouri are feelingthe Coshocton t. ... .. 10 8
lad killed At Colum-
Mount Airy is MORGAN IS STILL SICK
to the SentinelWashington
helped him place the body in trunk effects of the floods but the .. ..
' tas,;.Dalton, Thomasville and Way- a con- Piqua ..,.. ... 25 7 March 29.-Several
and convey it to the pond, whereit dition in neither of these states com- Minor life loss occurred at Sydney,
; cross it is said that the crop escaped Special. to the e.tiDeLLondon telegrams were received by President
was found three days later. pares with,those in Ohio and Indiana. Massillion Akron Tiffin Tremont
r. terry; March 29.-An unconfirmed I Wilson today from persons in Cincin-
& ;, '" dispatch from Rome to the Ex- Miamisburg and Newark. Estimates nati urging that John H. Patterson,
.,' PUGELISTS CONTRIBUTE BLUE LAWS FOR NORFOLK of those places not obtainable.
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change Telegraph Company
says:
o TAMPA TAKES TWO president of the National Cash Regis.r x)
( "Herbert L, Satterlee, soninlawof ter convicted of
Company, violating 4
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Special to the Sentinel NEWS OF FLORIDAThe
J. Pierpone Morgan, admitted today -
the Sherman anti-trust law and
> The Orlando High School baseball San Francisco, March 29.John L that Mr. Morgan has not left Norfolk, Va., March 28.-Police sentenced
! :team< ,which went. down to Tampa Sullivan, who refereed a prize fight his hotel since Easter Day,, when he Justice Barron today decided that first Eeaster mass ever held in to a prison term, be pardoned. I
The .
telegrams referred to Mr. Patterson's
tj Friday: to cross bats with the High here last night, called upon the crowd became ill during church service and the selling of soda water, tobacco and Kissimmee, and the first in the new

.. School boys of that city yesterday, "to co though like true sports" for was forced to return immediately to the like is not a work of necessity, Catholic church, was celebrated last .""heroic work and mumanitarianism. - ,, I
. were simply walloped in great shape. the relief of the 'Ohio and Indiana his hotel. He is taking a completerest which means that the old Virginia Sunday by Rev. Father F. X. Schere f.!
.f In.the game in the forenoon,. Tampa flood sufferers. The former heavy- under instructions from his Sunday blue laws will be enforced of Buffalo. Patterson was convicted with many
;Wont score 11 to 1. weight champion dropped $50 in a doctors."' here from this on. All confectioners, other officials of the company and all

., ,Yesterday afternoon they tried hat and started it on its round. Other tobacconists and every other store The Clearwater High Sjhool building have appealed.

.conclusions with the Tampa, bunch hats went through the cheeringassembly BOMB MAKER DIES must close in Norfolk on Sunday ex- has been completed and is now I"
,- and a golden flood was cept for the sale of drugs solely. The GRAND THEATRE
Sand were trimmed again: score 13to.0 Special to the Sentinel occupied by the high school and gram-
poured into the ring. The donation New York, March 29.-Henry Klotz, decision also bars newspapers and J mar grades. The grounds are being -

.. The home boys returnedlast! night totalled three thousand dollars. suspected of having made and 'sent periodicals. cleaned up and beautified. "Just Show People," Vita graph- '
and were loud in, their praises of the'treatment several bombs that have mystifiedthe drama. An emotional melodrama

i S accorded them while at THE SENTINEL POPULAR metropolitan police for more thana LOAN TO'CHINA I Manager W. C. Temple! of the Florida picture of the very best :
:}z Taapa, even if they were defeated.. Never in 'the", history of the Sentinel year, died today in the hospital of Special to the Sentinel Citrus Exchange, estimated that "The Great Centipede C., G. P. a
Those going down were as follows: have, so many new subscrip- injuries received more than a week London, March 29.-The London I by the time the 1912-13 citrus crop educational scientific picture of
't G.., W.. Mayer, J.. P. Musselwhite, ,Jr., tions come to the Weekly Sentinel ago when a bomb exploded onwhichhe Times today prints a letter which it shipping season is brought to a close interest

..:f> *J. R: Chamberlain, Jr, DeLaney Way, as during the past week. People had been working. A few minutes says was received by a London>> busi- a total of approximately 25,000 ,car- "How Briar Pipes Are Made," C.
x Jot, Ferris, P. Mayer S Goud, C. starting north, before leaving, come before he died, Klotz confessed thath ness,house from its Pekin correspond. loads of fruit will have been shipped G. P. C. Industrial. From the log

',Keyes,. Horace Allman, George Do- in. and say they have read the Dailywhile chad sent the bomb which, killed ent, in which it is stated that the out of the State. Up to noon Sun- to the finished pipe:
?;11!* Kve,:.F., Dade 8., Braddock, Richard here, and want the WeeklySentinel Helen Taylor and'Mrs.:. Madeline Her- Standard Oil: Company offered Chinaa day some 23,434 carloads had been S "A Wai And A Way," Edison- '
::Yowell. and Feral, coach. Prof: Cole- to follow them to their home.It rera, February 2, 1912, also the onedelivered loan of $35,000,000 gold in return shipped. drama.
.:awn;.went along'the look, after their for the sole right to the explAitation
*"->:, .. is most gratifying to know that at Judge Rolasky's apartment
.'a,;:, .Y't.' jfineral ,:welfare.v ." many of them ,expect to become regular . _March, 6th, 1912., Klotz was of petroleum in China for a term cf Mr.: and Mrs.,E. S. Pierce and children WEATHER REPORT
(';r',h. winter.=residents in Orlando. taken to: .the,hospital nearly a week years. c. left overland ,yesterday for .
? ':0- t'-ifaBarance' <, ,' Real ;Estate' Loans, ago. seriously wounded internally bt Gainesville, where they will make ,Florida-Unsettled weather with
!/.: i Is IIp ,Card ,ft O'Neal, next',Post- :laapeet Steaftarjer's. bif:Xeck af fragments of a bomb,of his own'manufacture Bargain-Four quire box Stationery. their future'hoIne.. ,Orlando friends' showers Sunday; warmer:Sunday and

. '>" ":, z Bicycle lira', ; .. ,s Scents., ,Curtis,&; O'Neal regret to lose :this good family. Monday, moderate north-east winds ,
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: .' -, :' *:TWO. WINTB*RESORTS. sorts>> ware.the.most:expensive in the.? Permits for the erection of thirteen .J'. -. -i mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmffvmm i
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world. ,'structures :in Jacksonvillewere 1
A t :lie"tWo'fseorta' ',-'areJ- -,no;' 'tdis-: issued 'Tuesday; 'the.:estimated cost ',
>tweeipirt W the erolr flies. One"oithemconeieta'miinly .The Hastings\ News says: "The of these buildings being placed at :j Magnificent Showing of
: :,of,a'vast,hotel potato, crop will commence to move total of $28,500. Included fn this is
'r Its golf,scores and.dinner! ,parties are :early' next week and for, sixty days an addition of brick construction to .
r caref ally,telegraphed,to the metropolitan Hastings will be very much in-.evidence the present plant of the Southern Ice

press.. Winter ,before last a ,in the_Florida produce deal" Company,.'the'same to cost -$6,000.. New ,Spring Suits
Western'Jady made: ,elaborate-prepar* -l* _
ations fo r a social 'campaign.there; -- T I :
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} and on.the third day she wrote bomI i J -
despairingly "I'have to eat,luncheon :> '
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rind dinner in my room becausemy : : ,
ORLANDO HAND H O LAUNDRY L
: best here dresses'wear'.to are breakfast"the"kind' the What women. it .

4' costs to stay at this resort is mentioned -
Y, '. among common folks:with incredulous : I WE ARE SHOWING A BEAUTIFUL ASSORTMENT OF
; 'awe.The 11 East Pine Street t
SILKS AND SATINS ALL COLORS, DRESS GOODS '
k doings at the second resort are
: never-chronicled abroad except in personal IN ALL THE LATEST PATTERNS FOR OLD AND ,

letters to the Lone Elm Vindi- Prices Reasona Work Guarantee I YOUNG. WHITE CANVAS SHOES. THE DISPLAY
cator and the Peach Hollow Weekly an CONTAINS ACCURATE ILLUSTRATIONS OF THE

Gazette. Its hotels make no preten- SEASONS BEST .AND LATEST CREATIONS, AND
tions to style anywhere except in theirlimes.
There are not even golf links. Family Washing Specialty. Personal IS WORTHY THE ATTENTION OF EVERY ORLANDOt

Elderly resorters pitch quoits! and play Supervision of all Work. WOMAN. CALL IN AND ACQUAINT YOURSELF
croquet in their shirtsleeves; others WITH THE HIGH CHARACTER OF OUR GARMENTSAND
go fishing and',bathing. The average THE REASONABLE PRICESEarner's -
expenditure for a fortnight about J.:: Baylarian ,.
equals the, average ;for a dayat the II
irst resort
The smart resort would pronouncethe Phone 195,
other one quite'impossible; but in New York
10 years the smart resort has changed
scarcely at all. Each January a crowd GIVE IIA TRIAL .
tf affluent persons flocks there. An
army of servants is mobalized from
I Store
fir and near to wait upon them. Much. I Bargain
food and drink; to,suit- their exactingtastes ::;;;
4 is imported. In March' they I.MMIIIMIIMMtMtBIMMMMMIMIMHIIIMMHIMfCHAS. .
go away, and from April to the holidays LORD 'J. N. BRAD3HAW If You Would be Posted be a Daily Visitor to this Store
i ,the resort is mainly given over
,: to ,some caretakers and speculative
; tazzards. : Lord & Bradshaw
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Meanwhile the second resort has I Ten per cent off on all linen and *
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grown from a straggling village in the : We,,wish to announce to our friends, and the public generally, Lace at Hamilton &: Dunn's.
: sand"'to a very brisk little city, with "" 1913 Models ;
that we have formed,a partnership under the
some twenty miles of .well-paved
streets, deep harbor improvements, above firm,name, for a general
three good public-school buildings;and J. B. McKAY,
ether evidences of healthy prosperity Real Estate Insurance CONTRACTOR AND
'f'The undistinguished, middling sort BUILDER.
who went'there are the sort thai bull! : business and are centrally located in a ground floor office at No. Superintend All Work. I Indian
this,country. It is in their nature to Prices That Are an I
strike, -a root into the soil, "Prettj 17 s. Orange Avenue, (formerly occupied by Hamilton & Dunn Inducement I I

good place-th, Tom? r believe it's ,Millinery), where we will be pleased to meet all our old friends All Work Guaranteed. I I
; got ai.ture. 'L t's buy five acres and : I
jut up some cottages" It's true every : and to make new ones. : MOTOCYCLESFour
'4 where; for solid growth, get the: uadistinguished I .
''middling "ero.d.Satirday I I Our 1M of city and acreage property is surpassed by none, ,' HlllllllltlllllllllMHELIJAH : H. P. Models $200.00

Evening ,Post. II I- Seven H. P. Models, $250.00
and we tuve:i ns exceptional bargains.: COME AND SEE Us. I- HAND'
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: tMe :: ke Cream PRESENTS ITSELF AT CORNER OF AMELIA AND ,
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l' -.er.g. .ake 'far>door. ;,..aniTwe. .laugh : I Trenton streets-two new and up-tchdate and modern APPRECIATIVE OF THE VERY
'.at,DM'oeewreaeeriad'go,on'our:way . Is.Ice 1I I 1 bungalows and a corner lot near:Lake ,Dot will be sold
'wttfc. ',but a little Hue of'.strangeness' I I together or separate at prices too low to mention here. BEST. WE ARE SPECIALISTS IN
at the'self.we diet'not know.. I Cream I for will
Prices and also my reason selling be given upon
:'$'01 .Sometime,.somewhere it has..happ ill- : .: MADE inspection of premises.. Cash or!Terms..Fine opportunityfor Electrical Wireing and Motor Work F
:, f' eed to most persons-perhaps to : investment.. If not sold before May 1st, will be rented.
-to catch a'view of the inner self '
.I t ,it somewhat.the same f al ion..- We : Ice Cream : CLARENCE P. SMITH NEWELL ELECTRICAL COMPANY ,

i'lto> oar familiar environment, pursue : FROM : i i.A ARCADE BUILDING
: our customary: map; and never'qeeftien I
'"' what we.really are, because:: fee Crew : CHURCH ST.
intimate pin is ordinarily a __ +aaL-L1.l ppaTk *
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\:H never OCCUJ'I'to as to our II III thing, but when it sticks j 'I I PHONE 280
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ourselves to be.. Then some I
i.lippose Fiberine will stop pin Oscar Hand
}. tern in.the road,'some sorrow;unexpected fee Cream tures instantly and

1 : change of:condition or strong CREAM it ,demonstrated at the & Son q; 41 '1':
J 'temptation reveals a self we have -v. .i'f"/ it
comer Orange and
} never.bows Troth holds up a mirror Cream Successors to E. Hand I
which shows motives in a new II ke III DID YOU The Best is the Cheapestr

I ,,light, shows roots,of selfishness and BEST : I overheard a LINE OF COM-I ...,... -- .. --- .h "Ji:,. ..,. ..
:feii&cerity to which we have paid no PLETE HOUSE I -
l dealer say this morning SO GET THE BEST OF
heed,J and brings out unsuspected fee Cream nent citizen of Orlando, NISHINGS I ---- JI} I .1.urr ew ,
blemishes of temper and conduct that bought land at $150
,,r't. ware forced to admit are our own. YOU did At not the do time it. he COME IN AND SEE US ,! Paints and Wall Paper .
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a fee Cream for an Orlando man
: ; but it should ,be a helpful one. acres of land in Orange . 1
'When one is.thus brought face to EVER I $1.00 per acre, the same THE 1912 WALL PAPER IN SAMPLES

face with his own soul, one of two I sold in 10 and twenty .... ..... ..... IS GRAND AND I WILL BE PLEASED
things happens-he either goes forward fee, Cream : price.$30.00 per acre, and is ..- -":' -.-.'.-.-....-.'!'...........-.......... ,TO SHOW THEM. ALL YOU HAVE TO
build nobler, truer life, What were the Orlando
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o TASTED I :be at that time? Gold
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k way that>e can no. longer walk in. ; fee Cream figure your profit. You THE ONE CIGAR THAT \,, ..,' :: .rr.t. f' .(.'

He orance.who has thus seen himself has time stock,ago without your having profit to on *. -.*$w.tfr..' ....... '%<>...t .,...... ...........h... ,;"'.,\" """ -.. 11I'rn'r:' >j'ifh. '-" ,.
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it or not, has received the offer. there is still '1"' t
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.NEWS.OF:FLORIDA II ing stock you will not bay I
Call and see me. : HAWLEY'SSTRAIGHTS

Madison The acreage has bees planted increased' in tobacco this year.at Watkins Quick. Delivery Building :I I II ,Office. over Avenue'Dickson,CARL Orlando& : HIGH G GRADE D[ [EASTER[ MILLINERY[ I Y

I The banks and the I J
'Work will soon begin in Tarpon Phone, 2 I III I:Orlando know me, if you t t .
:Springs upon"tM'buiWiaC of the llew IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII'II'The. [them.Shannibarger's. Get the best cigar at five i i
Commercial, 'Hotel,The structure Will cents, the next time you 10 cent off all
for per on
'ciOuiet Of 16t roesu want to smoke-judge for j
: cucumber growers.in the section sundries.WANTEDClean yourself. I
The erection of' a,'new business 'around williston are very much Linens and Laces.O' wzl
block'in tte baitoMa section of Tarpon encouraged, as the crop never was 'rags ;
finer nor. the outlook brighter for a t
.Sfffags is 'contemplated by the good season. Made in Orlando and sold
United Grocery Company.
by an dealers. :

.The Tampa Times-. -says the.'LatinAmriean A new three-story-reinforced con. FRANK Manufacturer of t :MISSES HAULM & }BUMAgents ,
Bade is BOW in the process crete building is to be ercted in Miami Stone, Fancy I
; :J 'of.iaeoiporation.aad expect.to,open 'The two upper stories will be I I: Ornamental ..... for Barclay Corsets
I into modern uniquely .
soon in Ybor Gty. The new banking made apartments -
'.totitBtion will have 'a capital of: arranged. The structure will cost':I Livingston and .....,.. '.\ for bicycles and o ? I
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muck rake. The word trust has several meanings. The one we refer to means confidence, faith and re I

:F l liance. Without this trust modern business.could not conducted. Our trust is yours for the asking T ,

s.i 5, Now is: the time to ask for it. Your credit IS good. This big building IS packed with Furniture and 1i 1

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his,life and works. The Green Sand-

$4a. .Sentinel- y One of manufacturers, of moving spar wal red"'by Miss: lola"Wilson,
i...._ ;" .AND ,WMSLY8UB8GUFTIOK : picture films sent"'to The, Indus and was exceedingly complete and

trial Index as to other newspapers, well ,prepared. In the absence of CUOtOS[ A DIAMOND

,.ATM i advance matter regarding'* picturesoon Prof Palmer, who was to have'delivered -

._ 'I'HB'DAILY SENTINEL to be produced that is to depict the address of the evening: themeeting
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One'year ...........'...... ....$ .00 scenes in connection with what is was thrown open to the members = ;
Six MonthsThreeMonths_ ................... n rn': described as a Florida land 'swindle.A for a general,discussion,of various '
... picture of this kind will be unjustto topics of the day, and the result .As You Would Choose a Friend
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x' Florida, especially for the treason i ing eXchangef views was in many

1i7 ni a'1 carrier in Orlando,. 60 eats per that in recent months a number,of cases amusing as well as instructive.The i .
.month, Daily and Sunday. articles have been published regard : membership of the Lyceum was You carefully make sure in your own mind that a friend is worthy of .

The Orlando )Morning Sentinel can bt found ing alleged swindling transactions. in increased by' the, acceptance of the your confidence before you bestow it Exercise the same discriminationwhen
to nk In Orludo at Curio 4 O'Neal's Book Florida lands. names of Miss, Enid Broward, Miss
,choosing a diamond.
: Store. Ruby Prine and Miss Clella
A few months ago.a Georgia law- Avery.
We will appreciate prompt complaint if. yer was employed by an Illinois firm Just as time increases your valuation of a friend, so will it increase the

.ielwery is not properly made by ov carriers.Adrrrtiaing to make an investigation concerning LOCAL OVERFLOWMr. intrinsic worth of your diamond, as, diamond prices are constantly

ratet will be furnished on application. a large tract of land which it had I advancing.We .

bought in the southeastern portionof S. N of
Coleman Cincinnati,
buy loose diamonds and skillfully set them in
SENTINEL
THE ,WEEKLY mountings of the
The deeds which the Illinois
Georgia. Ohio, is in Orlando for a few, days.
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,ffcr year by mail postage paid Florida ILOOAttrcu firm secured were to' a tract acting in the selection of the stones it offers. We esteem'public confidence
SENTINEL, Orlando
Office 1 THEi Court Street Arcade Building of about 4,000 acres, said to be 'apart Lucerne Theatre Monday' night as our strongest asset and wise diamond buyers have long since found an

phone 24 of grant made to a well-known Good pictures-excellent music. advantage in making their investments according to our selections.We .

-J. f. SCHUMANN. Edttrt Georgia family by an English kingin buy loose diamonds and skilfully set them in mountings of thepatron's ':-
Colonial days.. The lawyer found .
JOSIAH FMBIS PreprietersSUNDAY The Grand Lodge of Oddfellows of choosing.
that there was no such tract, that
MARCH 30TH, 1913. Florida will convene at Palatka, April
no such grant had ever been made ,'..
------ -- 15. DIAMOND RINGS, $10 to $500. DIAMOND PENDANTS
-- and that the alleged acres absolutely $6.25 up.
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Think twice before speaking once i were without., existence. I II DIAMOND SCARF PINS, $4 to $65. DIAMOND CUFF LINKS
is a trite saying but if adhered to I Manifestly, this occurence should I Mrs. E. S. Bursley and daughter, .$3.50 up.

.; would save lots of regrets.Voting not have been used to cloud land of Tavares," were among the Orlando DIAMOND BRACELETS, $15 up. '

e 0 titles kenerally; in Georgia.. Neither visitors* yesterday. -Ir ;,

bonds for street improvements should an occasional swindle in Florida 1

, is.a weekly occurace by Florida lands or in lands in New York Mr. J. E. Spencer, who has beenin ,RELIABLE REPAIRING AND ENGRAVING BY AN ARTIST '

cities and towns' these .days: or California or in any other state be Orlando for a few weeks, left for E

o made to work injury to the businessof his home yesterday. '

What has become of the old-fash- selling lands. As a rule, a land r

i' ioned man who used to' drink BUS* swindle is the result of failure on Fort Myers, through its Board of

4 fras tea-at this season of the yearl the part of the person who pays the Trade, made liberal donations to the

money to make even the most ordinary Ohio flood sufferers. T. U. Evans the Jeweler

: French women suffragettes demand business-like investigation-. ,

the privilege of being guillotined just Industrial Index. The receipts from the strawberry

like men., They wouldn't have to crop of Plant City this year amounts"

1 ask tWIce England.. HOMES IN FLORIDAThe to the neat sum of $100,000.Mr. .1 OPPOSITE POST OFFICE

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One of Dr. Friedman's patients has purchase ,a few days ago of a Harvey Durdee, who has spent u
but
shown remarkable improvement, tract of thirty acres near Miami, some time in Orlando, started on the = I
than that to convince . .
,it will take more FJa. by two wealthy business men ofan homeward trip yesterday for Asbury a '.

;: the. New York,:doctors. ,Illinois city, who will erect palatial Park.

o ,winter residences, is illustrativeof

r\ California miner has had his last one way in which Florida cities Mrs. J. H. Bowden and daughterand
tattooed his
'will and testament on and sections are being built up. A Miss of
Stuckley Binghampton, SILK
't shoulder. Wonder if he thinks the
that- very considerable part of the vast New York, are in the city for a
lawyers can't ;dislocate development which is in progress in few days. STOGXINGS1

o : Florida, has resulted from the Winter -
When a resort intended'for recreation visits to that state of people from
is translated into a gambling other sections. Having opportunityof ,Mr. and Mrs. L. M. Chamberlainleft

"resort it.is, doomed to an early've.. knowing at first hand what that yesterday for Jacksonville, where
__. __ will several before
.. of" i they spend days
state offers to Investors they have
Orlando has not, that eleCtric' railroad made investments which.: have proven going north. For Day .

,'Sanford and Kiss ..
yet between' "' profitable which have attracted -f .
c xhnmee.: This ought not, ,to die other inveFlorida ant New York doctors do1'not propose

a'bornin.. oJ .IJ -., .. I: .. has.many;?reSQW'wel tobe, outdone by the dutch. Dr. -- and
l Friedman the'secret
pf ransVdivulge
sides climate, and the development
'Railroad statistics show a greater his before he it.. .
is cure can practice
of these resources proving profitf I IN
of to : duringthe tI Evening
increase .travel Florida able to a great number of investors, ,
past.two years than to anjTslatein both of that state?and elsewhere.-' The merchants ,all did a thrifty '

the union. Industrial Index. business Saturday which extendedlate Wear

o into the night Especially:were .
From enquiries now coming to this
PAID THE PENALTY the millinery stores busy places.
{, state Florida will travel farther, west ../'/
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and in larger quantities this year than
r. Floyd Allen and his.son, Claude ,J. B. Magruder js planning to remodel -
in any previous=year. Swanson Allen; have paid the 'penalty his, livery barn "'so that it will

0..- of their misdeeds, and the ,courts in be one of the most modern Florida.He ,
y ,Our friends over at Taft are preparing > Our Personal Guarantee I
of their efforts to sustain law and order will also put in several auto's for
to plant ,a large acreage .
.> has the will be upheld by the citizens of old hire. -, t
strawberries this fall. Taft,
land'and there is always a market Virginia. I Accompanies ,Every Pair
'0 What must, have been the last i Mr. P. W. Shanibarger, proprietor

;l Perhaps you have noticed that in I thoughts and emotions of that fatheras of the Bear's Head plant farm of '
he stood face to face with eternity, Pine Castle. was in Orlando yesterday.He .
about the
all the discussion peace
plenipotentiaries in London since their knowing that his son, a young man, has already shipped out three mil- Marion B. Ives

failure to' agree there is no mentionof fell of hope and promise, would soon lion plants.
ride on the same current into the .
The Hague., t
.. o- presence of, their God, and all the "The Maddocks-Field Players are ,

: Utah proposes to fine citizens, who time conscious of the fact that his the cleanest and best Stock CompanyI
own life conduct had led to this tragic have played." Signed Dr. A. D.
don't vote, three dollars apiece. From ever EXCLUSIVE MILLINERY PARLORS
the way elections often go, wouldn'tit ending of young life. Hovelle, Manager Opera House, Flor- .
The termination of the Allen Clan
be, well to fine most of those who alla Ala.
should solemn lesson the
impress a on
do,vote an equal amount! Second Floor *
sons of old Virginia.
o Some Florida 'statesmen think

1 Two large drainage canals are being they see the beginning of fame with ,

-1 petitioned for by the people resid-' ROLLINS COLLEGEThe the meeting of the legislature in a

few days Some of them will see their
ing in Taft. and in Prosper Colony. *

a One ,will be about four miles long Graduating Recital given by finish no doubt of Florida, and will be a credit to
Miss Adelaide Van Voorhees, of the MHMMMmtlilillllililllMMIHHIiliMlllilM
: s and the other about three miles andwill this splendid little city.
' make a splendid section of land School of Music in Knowles Hall on Mr. and Mrs. Frank A. Brown,

tillable. Tuesday evening was creditable alike who have been spending the winterin "The management of the Opera Harrington Adams Presents The Famous

1 o to her native ability and to the thor- Orlando, started northward yesterday House at Brunswick, Ga., says: "I've Musical Extravaganzamini (

Our winter visitors who departedfor ough training received under Prof. and will stop a few days at Green played the Maddocks-Field Players I
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their northern homes last weeks Pope. Miss Voorhees vioce has never Cove Springs enroute. here four times this season and to I

struck one of the worst blizzards thereof been heard to better advantage thanon capacity every night. This company I
this occasion and her [fl I ( S
the winter. They should stay in singing wasa Orlando's genial guest, Senator W. will be at the Opera House Monday SHORT
revelation to who not
rt Florida until along,in April. During ,many were D. Gorsline who has spent several night.CoL. t
with her Her voiceis
April we have the ideal spring acquainted ability. winters at the Arcade, is preparingto -
weather. of a lyrice quality which makes it leave for his northern home at i iI and Mrs. 0. R. Cook have I:
most effective in the numbers "THE PRODUCTION BEAUTIFUL"LUCERNE
: o light Miller's Mill New York. closed their beautiful winter home,I_ l'
but in.addition to these she also show- I 1
As those Spanish swindlers are ; Rose.Villa, on east Souh street and :
still sending letters to this country ed herself mistress to no small degreeof Mr. and Mrs. A. S. Cecil expect to have gone to their summer residence ,:
a dramatic feeling in her heavier [ [ THEATREITUESDIL[ [ [ A APRiL 1
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about the Russian' in a Spanish prison numbers. The stage was beautifully close their beautiful home on.DeLaney Carnegie, Pa. Mr. and Mrs. Cook : ,
with millions of rubies and a lovely ': street and go to Salina, Indiana, have spent many winters in Orlando I
+ decorated.in green foliage and bunches -
I daughter, it must be ,that they are where they will spend the summer. and have a host of friends here. : 1
of red lilies and
a number of the ...:. 'I
still doing a profitable business with The Sentinel will them in touch -

;,,1 people over here who do not read the members ority, of of which the Miss Kappa Vool Epsilon rees is Sor-a with the happenings keep in Orange coun- Speaking of the Maddocks-Field j): 125 Well-Known People ii the Cast 125))

papers. ty. Players the Columbus Ga., Daily Ledger -,I ,
member acted as ushers for her. The I
o says in its issue December 24th : l,
floral gifts showered her were
upon i
A get-rich-quiek' operator in ,New a tribute to her popularity among! Mr. and Mrs. John Schroeppel, old 1912, as follows: "The Maddocks- ,: You Have Heard About It! I ,

% York is reported to have found per- her fellow students. i friends of Mr. Gorsline, who have Field players have lifted popular price I

sons to believe his assurance of 42,000 Miss Voorhees was assisted by been spending the winter at Winter repertoire performances out of the t: Now See It 't.

per cent profit on money invested Miss Dorothy Daniel, instructor on Haven are here spending a few days ordinary"and placed them on a level t: :

with him. comparison. with this the violin who played Schuett's effect- I with him and together, they will with high price productions." They, : :.
General Admission
= financier the distinguished Miller who ive' and difficult number with great start for New York State. Mr. Gors- will'appear at the Opera House Monday I' 50c.I ;

s promised five hundred and forty ner power and precision and feeling, and line will be missed around the Arcade night

,cent was modest in the extreme., won' repeated applause from the audi- and the Sentinel office and his COLORED BALCONY, 25c.r....
a ence.' The difficult and thankless task many friends regret to 'see him leave. Mr. and Mrs. P. B. Browne, the , If...

r The, orange crop is practically all of accompanying the various numberson expert demonstrator of the ,famous Reserved Seats 75c and.$100. On sale at Estes',DrugStore I '

.1 in now',and the ,people' of this state the piano devolved upon Mrs.. E. Today will be a joyful day to the Oakland car, is in, Orlando and will Monday after 9 a.m.IIHMIIMIMIItHllillllMMMMMMtHIIIIIMiM. ,

will be 'hungry for a nice sweet.orange S., Palmer, and was by her discharged Methodists of Orlando. It will bei remain here all- of next week.. The . I'
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..y before they ,come again If to perfection, as usuaL announced that the subscription has Oakland is,one of 'the best medium .. ." .'.
cold'' storage houses were ,established The meeting of the,Lyceum held in reached a figure that assures the priced cars in America and if'you -

the juicy, 'Florida orange ,would 'be Carnegie Hall on Thursday evening, building of the new church edifice, are in any way, interested in a first \ .j

in the market, the 'year around. As was well attended, and ,unusually ,interesting so badly needed by this_growing con- class 'machine, it', will, pay 'you to .u

1 it is the north. ... buy them.. and.put them- After the routine matters gregation. The plans ,under consideration see the car'and,let-:Mr.:Browne*'show lID : Prin1ir': 'it
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TA lxi I; of Spring Hats for, Ladies and We have the best that money

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

\ : them to you, even .it you don't we do not try to see how much

;; __ ; buy'(but most of those who see profit we can make 'on them.

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

and all the shades and colors. EXTRA VALUES IN ,THEM

: / *TITH '(EVERY WOMAN IT IS NOT A QUESTION' OF
Be sure to look them over before AS SOON AS YOU SEE THEM.
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'GETTOG A NEW OUTFIT FOR GLAD EASTER BUT
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j WHAT TO GET AND WHERE TO GET IT. COME TO US.

S YOU WILL tflND WHAT YOU WANT AND THAT OUR Men's Hats in all the latest We also have practically

.' ; bd STORE IS THE PLACE TO BUY. WHY? BECAUSE OUR straws, and Panamas. Also everything needed in an 4

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

I5 APPAREL FOR THE SEASON,AND OUR SALES-PEOPLE You will need some of these will come in and make your .-

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things for your Easter outfit. we try our
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Mr. R. C. Compton, one of the pro- Each day finds some new building
gressive farmers and' orange grow- started in Orlando, and practicallyall
WADE
:i ers of Pine Castle was in the City are of a vry substantial character.
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THETUNERi ORLANDO.'FLA.'u. .. yesterday. J!1 Money to loan_on improved prop- TWO MORE PAYS OF .

S.. D. West, of Iowa, a traveling erty. S. Y. WAY.tfMr.
salesman, is looking Orlando over
with a view to establishing a home H. L Beeman has already a
Phone 514 for your 'Gasoline and here. well established rose garden of over
;oil Prompt delivery." tf !fifty varieties of beautiful roses at 1 Yowefl'sIMIimililMilMiMnitMlilMHHIIIMMIMIMIIMIIMMIIIMillHMtM

Mr. C. W. Swilliams, one of San- his palatial home on Gore avenue.;
:\ rand Mrs C.'B. Bailey of Man- ford's stirring and enterprising citi- When it comes to beautifying a ward,I L

tone; Mich.,leave for their home this zens, spent several, hours- in Orlando. by floral culture. Mr. Beeman is I ;
week. yesterday. an expert.
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Joseph Jewett of Cincinnati, who Shannibarger's for bicycles and There are several automobiles
has been in the city.for several week /:Sundries tf headed, straight for the Mayor's
will ;leave .this. 'week.: Court. Just why men will wilfully
BIG REMNANT SALE I
)Ir. and Mrs Benjamin Drew and drive an auto at a speed which they
', It*is.reported, that the,heavy rains their house guests,the Misses South know endangers thir own lives and
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| ,have:done much-damage to ,the melon gate, .left today' for a short pleasure that of pedestrians is beyond rational
and strawberry crop of Florida. trip to Tampa and:.St. Petersburg. man to understand.

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Some ,of our 'Sanford frieds wbo Mr.- and Mrs. C.BLamson; left The Jas. L Giles home dwelling that
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,are' red 'hot for: division are_ still ,.yesterday .for the East Coast; where: was moved across the street on south .
honest,enough to admit that" old" Orr they will make several short. visits/Orange avenue, south of Lucerne This has been one of the most'successful
4 angeis well,governe L :,before returning .to'. their home in. circle, is rapidly assuming the pro-
.- Brattlesboro,. Vt.., ... portions of a modern house and when sales in the history of the store and
P.%A.- Yontz, of New Mexico; is -' the painters get through it ,will bean ,
in Orlando and has many, good thingsto l There, is.,'a rumot' ...that New' England attractive building. I
to make it have
.. \ '' more attractive
Iy.of Florida. One.thing'that appeals a ities.lipra t e..onthe f literurban .;- we -- -- .
:to him is its distance" from old jpossibflities; {Florida and thaa per cent. off on all linen and .
;:Mexico. strong syndicate may form fo tLace at Hamilton & Dunn's. tf added to this sale one, lot of -
building' several lines in Florida. V
Mr. D. B. Sphaller of Taft, who is The guests of the Lake View house

promoting Winter Home, the new settlement State Encampment of the G. A. R., who have enjoyed their stay so much Ladies' White Shirt Waists
west of Taft, ,was in Orlando at St. Petersburg next Tuesday and prior to their departure for the north, .
,-yesterday and reports improvements Wednesday. Excursion tickets will presented Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Sperry
.going rapidly ,forward. i be on sale Monday and Tuesday at with a beautiful electric table lamp

,..., $4.00 for the round trip, good for four as a token of their appreciation of the Skirts and Linen Suits
J Mr.' and ,'Mrs. M. P. Pratt,' of days. kindly hospitality shown them. .
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Jamestown N. Y. 1
are preparing to
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:;.-stalt,;homeward, this week.' Miss 11.i i I .
There
I IJ James P. Alexander, of Columbus, are a good many people expressing
J )I. Kelley and Albert Carson. will: their disapproval of the Com
Indiana, was in Orlando a few hours
::leave- at the same time. i! yesterday, having spent several weeksat mission Charter submitted, because At HALF PRICESee :

r several of the smaller towns of it omits the initiative and referendum.
1 ,Moaey to loan on. improved !
prop 1 I I the county. He thinks Orange county These people should have attended
: S. Y WAY.-.tf! a splendid section of country. the mass meeting Friday night and
erty..Mr. I i expressed themselves. That meetingwas Display on Second Floor.
.. E. P Monroe and wife will!! for that .
: Money to loan on improved express purpose.
:start for their' Michigan home this; prop
week. They will spend a few days:*:erty. S.Y. WAY.-tf Shanibarger's for bicycles and HIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIM IIIIIIIHIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII
I at :Daytona and,,Jacksonville before]}:!f Sundries. tf .
bidding adieu to Florida. j jMr. fI I Six husky looking men from the

J..P.,Mattock, of Summerville,I I trains prairies yesterday of Canada to stopped take a between glimpseat left Reverend last night and for Mrs.Washington L A. Spencer, D. C. Come early and get your choice and size.. They wont last long

'Tenn., who has spent several weeks Orlando. They have some notionson After attending to business connected
In'.Orange' county, says that he has Florida farming and may buy a with the Indian Department, Mr.

.,visited nine,.counties1- in the state and .tract for a Canadian settlement. .Spencer will leave for Tallahassee, IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIJIIIIII1111 111111111111111'
finds best lands and best conditionsin I I -, Fla., where he will remain during the

Oririge.Mr r Can accommodate a few more in t legislature. Mrs. Spencer will return
Amy party from Jacksonville to New to the city in about ten days.
and 'Mrs. J. M. Loomis, Mr I!York via Clyde Line, Steamer Arapa- The White Store"Four
and Mrs. C. P. Loomis, all of Granby,*hoe, April 25th. The special rate is,,1 i Send your job printing to the Sen- Big
eo. etIeut'leave for their homes this : $15.00 for this date. Get reservationsnow i tinel office. All work guaranteed

,we k.,,.They.have'been stopping at the., before April 4th. Secure information I _
Summerlin ,and are greatly- ,'pleased from Clarence P. Smith, Cor.! Glenwood hotel on West Church
:with Orlando. W. Amelia and Trenton streets. street is to have ,
It a new proprietor
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.aooui Apm i. At tnat time Mr. and xfs.
|J J Mrs. .J. P. Ragsdale, who have spent
IIMIMIMIMlMIMMIHMIiMiiiilliiiilllimiiiMAIIATTAI the past year at Daytona will take times for Maddocks-Field this i
,_ j charge.. The Ragsdales are successful season. Standing room only, the re- > ,
hotel people and will make the sult every night. Signed, Rickett .
Glenwood a good place to.stop. and Miller Opera House Fitzgerald, .
Ga. "The Maddocks-Field Playerswill New

I Inspect Shanibarger's big stock of; appear at the Opera House Mon- Everything :

bicycle, tires. U i ij day night .

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SHIRTS ji j We do all kinds of job printing.. ,
i i Mrs. Merriwether and Miss Jane
Standly of Shelbyville, Knetucky, Try os on your next job. tf IN LACES, EMBROIDERIES, SHIRTS, KI- Y

who ; .; Are recegibed as the BEST, thereforewe left for Atlanta, where they will join In the Church notices, the name FOR HOUSEHOLD' GOODS AND SCHOOL -
of Mrs. Duglas and is
appears referred -
carry them. Ow last shipment consists Mrs. Henning and be the guests of SUPPLIES.McCULLOCH'S. ,'
to as a Unitarian Congrega- -_
ef the very latest pattens" designs IB Mrs:: Allen until after the Grand Op-
., ,extra :LONG and .SHORT. sleeve tagths. era. Both Mrs. Allen and Mrs. Hen- tional minister. Mrs. Duglas informsus
that she is not Unitarian, but '
a an
:, We: :are ready for your Inspection. ning.were visitors to Orlando duringthe
j ordained minister in the regular.tri- *
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past season and'will be pleasantly -

: remembered by friends here. will niarian preach Congregational.next Sunday in the. Unitarian She'

tRB&&S: &: DI K N I f Voters of.* a community really possess Church.. DEPARTMENT STOREJ f

the initiative at all times '
if
"- they Dr. and Mrs. John Tull will leave OPPOSITE POST OFFICE ;. A
t' : \ .only exercise it. At the primaries Orlando Tuesday for Waynesboro? ,'N.l '- I' 4
't 'i :;tt'JTHE: MEN'S' OUTFITTERS. ;I vote only for men of known integrity c., for, the summer. Dr.. lull has r'I"

y :" : and who will represent the right principles been connected with the, DeLaney CALL and BE CONVINCED ,
_ 4 _ '-. :.D, .Hats and there will be no need for Drug .Company since coming to :Orlando , h
". '-Gr.',\ .... ,. , CIIAI'IDI11IAB :referendum or: recall Honest men always and, 'he- and his"estimable. wife . WEST,PRICES ALWAYS 4
"d aoi M'4: consult the wishes of their constituents will, be. ,very much. missed, by, many .
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: y- "" 't:1iarch:. 80th,, seme&ts) :received after ,10 o'clock water,.eleetric lights. :Larft gufenof
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.f: :Eter:,Seatmel:-In yoor'daily & will be'nm In the "Too. Late hulas H. W. HOWARD.
3; ;ftie'$11'iaa! 'you" presented'.a Classify column. '
-1eMiW IeYirtide' open le ming Boosters of, five'lines, or, lees--a25 WANTED Teamster, several week*'
brick nets. : &tely 30 words- one work hauling oranges, good wages,
:.:cert (rf ; three times 60 cents one week '
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Inquire at -103 E. Robinson avenue,
R ',Yon referred,to the Cities of ; daily and ope weekly I editions) Orlando, Florida. A. A. Gould.
f ver,'Boctoo, Detriot, Indianapolis ; one month, $3.00. Uors
Salt Lake. WANTED-dean: Cottoa Rap the ;
For Rent-Six ;room house $10.00 :
One of the>ttractrte. features, ,.month, also, furnished rooms Sentinel Oske. I ,
,.t brae.'beautiful'cities is their- ,
FOR SALE-New
t 209 Weft Pine. seven-roon house, $
,, eD.kept,residence; streets., The with all modern improvements.
= is true of Jacksonville and, SALE-Small seedling orange I $3,000. Will take automobile in part Every Onl BpTCK BOOTER
In the. latter city, 'the shell*, trees in any quantity at five cents 1 pay. Address Owner, care Sentinel

are quite .narrow,' .even in front G. T. HULL, I WANTED.
'come. of the good hotels. The ,Pine Castle road.. I City Iota in exchange for Upright
way from Daytona to: DeLand u I piano. Used less than two
SALE Good Horse, Carriageand monthJ.1 .
r :wy'popular automobile drive. It Harness: For work on driv I ft Lock Box 144, "
not, over twenty feet wide. Aoply to Wm. Halloway, Win-I
t A.well kept bride street twenty- Park, Fla. -12tUY i iI I For Exchange: or Sale
For other in
i acreage,or property
4 .feet wide furthsheeimple .space a lot in Thornton Park, a'nice i Orange or Lake Counties for four DDS
the resident portion of 'any city. suburb in east part of the dty. Carl dwellings in Pittsburgh, Pa. Houses
,course ,the' business streets must binging good rent All modern build ..
I ings. Can,be handled separate if dee .
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; ,wider. SALE 40 acres of fine land in i 253.Address.
have, measured the widtJof, Volusia County,. near station and I ,F. JOSEPH RAEHN, 8UICK"24'z'
cord avenue and find that it r is. lake. "; $500.-' .Terms.- a J._ ',B.... -McKay,; !mo.!?-!? Orlando, Fla;
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six feet and four ,inches, DOBBIN MUST GO

,Avenue not quite as,wide between OR SALE-Small new iron safe. I .
curb, .Amelia and Livingston Cost $40. Will sell for $25. Ad By George Harvey Jones.
the same. In fact all the cross Lock box 261, City. It.
; Modern'conditions demand that the ),';h' ,.
K'tneeet. from Orange avenue RENT-Three new houses with horse be driven from our city streets. ;,.w There t is a certain prestige that owning your own -
,Magnolia are about the same five rooms and bath. C. A. Hovey. This is becoming necessary from > ; i
:, If 'a bond issue is to be 3-28-tf economic, humanitarian, and sanitary I motor car, gives you in your community.

; for;:street purposes, then it is RENT Furnished home cheap reasons, and it is to the best interestsof
ti, important that:all the people to right party. Mrs. Brooks Smith, everyone in the community that ;, There is a certain satisfaction in knowing your
be benefited.l Concord Ave. It. such a state of affairs be brought .y
By reducing,the width of about; as speedily: possible.In 0181 ear that wffl take yon anywhere and bring
For Sale I corner lot, lix room
< ttreets.from thirty-five or six the solution' of this, as in most I back., It Is this quality of
.; 11,160.00, if taken before April yon dependability which
ti. to twenty-four feet, we would of our industrial problems, electricity -J '
: ,about one-third of, the cost M0 West Pins is bound to play an important role.I f has put 110,000 Buicks on the road, and it is this

y ,Another ,very important; & SALE 5 aereI with five-room It is only natural to suppose this won- '
to favor.of narrow streets is that house on railroad only few hundred derful agent, which has done and is ': ,' :. care quality of dependability which has made

beautiful,large oak'trees. which from stopping place. Plenty ofmde doing so much for us in praCticallyevery every: we ,of those 110,000 Buick users a Buick
and small shrubbery. Ten to
M many dour streets and trees field of human endeavor, can be
bearing orange pears booster.
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would be preserved. Already lO other small fruits. Good hunt- depended upon in the solution of this I
.of the; most beautiful trees that and fishing, and especially suited problem as it has mothers where its '
mr,:saw'have been ruined by those who come to'Florida for the efficiency has been so fully demonstrated i : The Brick overhead valve motor has more power
and like the country life with ..
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to this old fashioned
ing custom '
access to town. J. P. Perkins, e :\ V: per cubic tech of piston displacement than
any
"r the streets-. to an rlando, Fla., General Delivery.AK Electricity already has supercededevery i.
l_: -- ----- other kind of motive power in 's other type of motor ever boflt It costs us more

,|v Often times the .sidewalks are HILL to the is Northeast the beautiful of the subdivision city and street car transportation. In many '
to make it bit costs you less.to ran It.
,u structed; ,by an attempt to I still have some choice lots them instances it ha supplanted the steam
the trees,.and the result has been Jensen. locomotive in our largest railway
injure both,the trees and side terminals, and even in some of our .
.AU of,this.eo 1d have been' six-room-house To rent for a the four summer, five or or i oldest western trunk line railroads. ..ROADSTERS$ AND TOURING CARS, $950 TO $1650, F. 0. B.

4, 'accepting. narrower streets.As take care of a home for party going I Doubtless the future will see the ORLANDO. Catalogue on Request. .
to the cos t the City by a resonsible lady. Apply to steam locomotive done away with en
-; .!r. Ramsey, has given me some 27-4-t tirely.

foent figure*. Each lineal foot o
SALE-One secondhand one-
.Wenty-four foot street would cylinder Cadallac five-passenger The Eustis Lake Region says the
two and two.thirds 'sqUare yards at a bargain. F. E. Haywood, formal opening of the new banking Cook Automobile Co.
4T ,brick paving, which at f 1.35 a Street Restaurant 28-3t quarters of the First State Bank of I
yard would amount to $$3.60 a Mirriors resilvered, Eustis last Friday in the magnificent'
,foot Of this sum the City making them as good as new. New McClelland building was an epoch- > Orlando Florida
the latest ta
order
made to by
pay one-half and' the abutting French process and damp making event in financial circles of ,
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owners .on. each side' would pay .t'tif'r"roof backing put, on them. Send Central Florida. Also it was an,event. ....,. .
quarter. So that a section of name and address to H. A. ful'occasion fro 1i standpoint of /
tweaty-four :foot brick street, lojnton. and* I. will call"and Mar22-lm take your modern banking equipment: t.:. ,,,:,, :: ::uuEuuIutuuuuuuuuuuuu : :

hundred feet lone, would"cost.
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ten or fifteen per cent to' the \ TU THE
of the property.

dust Then on too a narrow, there street is very; much ; END SALE PATH TO PROSPERITYMerchants I

: The wider park ways with grass
flowers or shrubs would be very who
tractive.: use Electric Signs never lose

their by choosing the road to
By all means give us narrow .tr way wrong suc

fa.. the residence portions of our cess. You simply cannot fail to attract new
While talking of streets, permit 1
I customers if you use an Electric Sign. I It acts
.f to say, that the records of this
'f 4o not ehow" that any street has like an irresistible magnet, drawing all then

established ,grade. Owners of trade within its reach: That is the reason

: erty and city surveyors have WEEKWhile they command the attention of buyers.
fixed street.grad 8' to suit THE LAST
The regrade of Orange avenue
been very expensive to the city For Every Store Owner

arty owners are dissatisfied and have saved the best for the last week of our
not
Wgg4t lawsuits.f we No matter how small his business, the Electric

,, It'is unwise for any person to Sign is the cheapest and most effective
lots on, a street, where the grade Mill.End Sale, yet the values we offer you during these remaining -
advertising.Phone .
not a matter of record.

i PLINY NORCROSS.ON few days make the Final Windup the Climax of Bargain for our Sign Designer to call 'and;:submit -

a sketch.
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A. boy who resides at Pine
and who attends the high school 'OUR-OFFERING IN THE FOLLOWING LINES. .
Orlando, has enough interest in, ,!! : .
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Corning education and to walk home in at to night.school It ,: WILL APPEAL,. TO YOU. ., ;; lA WAT[ & lI T Ii'

'do you good to watch that boy. ,'. .,
youth who has the courage ,and 3 p COQK WITH GASLIGHT
to pursue an education, as does ,.,
boy is sure to make his mark in eeeeeeeieeeeeeModel
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world. Petty obstructions will ' FURNISHINGS
LADIES'HATSLADIES
hinder him in the' march of life. MEN'B CLOTHING p

is such, boys as this that make MEN'S SHOES SHOES t': SHEETS
stalwart and dependable men of 'I TOWELS 3 ,
world. The sissy boy that MEN'S HATS 'UNDERWEAR

moves about with one pant leg MEN'S SHIRTS DRESS GOODS BED SPREADS Grocery \
:. up above his ankle, wearing a
TABLE LINENS.
like a two cent stamp, where a MEN'S UNDERWEAR CORSETS
ought to be, and a cigarette
tween his fingers,and the rah, I 18 West Church Street
his lips will hardly be expected f '

M, a chair in any college, however FANCY AND STAPLE GROCERIES. NEW AND

p' may We be take the off father's our hat wallet to the .Come To-Day I1 ToM! Cm [En Ban FRESH tJ -

pus, energetic boy who has We ,Give Our Personal :Attention to Our Customers &a4
heart and ,firm purpose. Guarantee r
Satisfaction and Proat DeMv.qGive *?
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"A South Florida man I ..
.it having two :grapefruit trees Hat It<

ted marks him the$400 Palatka each this Times season- THE BAMMONB & BUNCH COMPANY; Subtler- Bros.. Proprietors. .

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'iuggeeta .that the trees are.of a '.,."
ticolarly fine variety and w

;prolific., With a grove' of trees ,
:tbk a:man ,would"soon,become .;
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:,.On; Monday'at 3.p. m., the Ladies' : You See What We Have, and
Misttonary7 Society' will hare a roll B. Salomon Orlando We are Always Glad To Show
loin at the home of Mrs. Mosteller at : You.
'411 West.Central avenue. All visit- : You 3
Cannot
Judge Us Unless
invited.
ladies cordially '
"feg. are II fMllllllltttlltMllitillllllHIIIIIIIMItl II II 11111 Make, or Need Anything In Our
1*. f -. Line, We Are Sure We Can f
Methodist
Please You. If You Don't Need
T Dr.J.'B.,!ray, Pastor Anything, We Are Just As Glad
'
Sunday School at 9:45 a. m., Mr.
I To Have You {
Come Into Our
,C.- E., Howard, Supt ,
Store
't -. Preaching' by tiie Pastor. 1L.Subject ftLAOBANK fICa I

t -I>Music: "The, "The'Psychological Radiant< 'Morn"Moment.Wood K a TRUST I OMr A OUR PROMPT REPAIR, EVERYTHING AND WORK ACCURATE IS -IS ,


ward.Epworth League,'6:30, H. A. Hoff- P11i1 art SHrptas'art UrfvMet Profits SIZ8IH... GUARANTEED.Allen .

ner. ; President hrist.i Telaliesemes Aver Tbree. arlers of aMOUra.
poaching 7:30. /Subject

,. '.n Music Science., '"Praise" the Lord" Gounod. Report of .the Condition of, Orlando & Co. (: !

Prayer Meeting Wednesday, 7:30 p. Bank and Trust Co Condensed

L. + ., From Report to Comptroller
A cordial invitation extended to all. V xeAj.1?
Feb. 4,1913RESOURCES JEWELERS J
Visitors and strangers will receive a i

?:warm t welcome.- .4. Loans and Discounts .....$393,16L05 Orlando Florida .

Immanuel Baptist Church Overdarfts .............. 19163 i i

Rev. Bayd, a" prominent Baptist Stocks and Bonds ....... 26,01&33 a
:minister from Atlanta, Gay will k Real Estate, Furniture and - ,, ;
;preach at the Grand Theatre Sunday #r* Fixtures ... .......... 25,853.44 1<-
,morning at 11 o'clock., ,Sunday school y3f r Cash on hand and in Banks 215,084.83 .

.at .10 o'clock. The supplies, for the r-

next regular quarter' have arrived and IL $660,311.18 THfi NnW% A H
every member. of the Sunday school 9 C LIABILITIES T. Rfi !

is' 'urged to be present to receive Capital Stock ...........100000.00 I
them. Prayer service on Wednesday Surplus and Undivided .:

'evening at 7:30 at the home of Mr. Profits ... ........... 22, 3133 F
'F.,N. Boardman. The orchestra, will :i Deposits ... ...!........ 637.41&85 Cor. South and Hughey Sts. '

furnish music, at the morning ser w S .. ,
"vice. The. public invited to all the $660,311.18 WE BUY FOR CASH AND SELL FOR CASH. WE J
services KEEP OUR EXPENSES DOWN AND CONSEQUENTLY ,
:[' I We invite the attention of our customers CAN KEEP OUR PRICES DOWN ,,
"' and friends to our statement 1t
Unitarian ,
;>
' above and wish to assure them that Our Prone No. is
Rev. Elanor E. Gordon,' minister
we appreciate their patronage andS t #
"Church returns
'of the Unitarian to ,
\{the :North on Tuesday, April 1stSunday S ; ask for.a continuance of lime.Don't. V And an Order will Have Prompt Attention, and will be I

services ,will be continued, in y forget that our deposits are Delivered to Any Part of the City. 1

Unity: Chapel\ through April insured.A .
I r
*'Rev.;hits: Douglas, who is.a minis. cordial invitation is. extended to D. B. RAYBON, Proprietor ORLANDO, FLA. ,
visitors in our city to call and open :
ter in the Trinitarian Congregational
UM States Gonra cat.Slate aid account with .
Ceaty Depedtory. an '"
,.Church; will preach the first Sunday

'' Mrs., Douglas is a sister L J . . . . . . . . -
4iApriL . . . .
..-.- .-...- ... ..... . . - - '
. . . .
; ,')(ra..L L,Robinson,. of this.city. . ., .. ."t 0 0 : .' :- IMMMIIIIIIIIIIHThe ......t k;:
*&Jfisi, Gordon'expects, to1 return' in : a ""I

,November,.to\ resume. her work in 1

:I Orlando. -' RAllSI( AI( fOR" SAl( j


', Unity Chapel W. M. SLEMONSOur .
Unity Chapel, corner Central Ave
'nee'and West street Morning,service ,- Ii OrIano's
t
trend of
Growth
is
at 11' o'clock. Sermon by Rev.
v:Eleanor, E. Gordon, The Glory of I:: Northeast. Lewter's Addition and
.,tie' Imperfect" Sunday School .at t
-.10 ,o'clock. New Spring Stock is Coming InAnd :: Sunshine Park are there. Near by' (

.This'will be Miss Gordon's last ser I :: is Paradise Hill. Let me show you : ..' .'

.mon. for the present church year. ',
,
,. we will offer to you a Choice Selection of High Class Goods II I
--- --
Presbyterian Church . .IN! DRY GOODS; ALL THE STAPLE AND USEFUL ,,
Sabbath School at 9:45 a. m. W. GOODS as well as FANCY SILKS, and FINE DRESS GOODS, :
;R.'O'Neal, Superintendent HOSIERY IN SIL& LISLE AND COTTON, and the-Many Accessories F. A. Lewterttniiiiiiiti !!
that Women Use.
'Dr. S. Miles' Robinson, Teacher of ::
:
the Men's Bible Class. . . . . _ _ _ . . _ _ _
-- II . _ _ _I
Preaching by the pastor,' Rev. J. Bargains Six Days in Every WeekWe ........ . . . . .. . ... ...... iJ
v:W.'..u,;D. 'D., at 11 a.m. and at

,7$0: -p. m. carry all the time a large stock of SHOES of the best :

,.j ;.Dr.. .. Jno.'Stagg, pastor'of,the Presytrian makes and newest styles. KING QUALITY MEN'S SHOES. BRIGHAM & HILL II
*)> church is expected home this CRADDOCK TERRY'S WOMEN'S SHOES AND CHILD
,evening and will preach at.both services REN'S'' SHOES. NONE BETTER ARE SOLD IN THIS
*" 'tomorrow. MARKET '
NEWS AGENTS
SCHLOSS BROS. FINE SUITS FOR MEN at$15.00, $20. ,
4- Christadelphian $25.00 and $30.00 are unsurpassed for STYLE FIT. AND
Memorial Service 10:30 a. m.., QUALITY. , Orlando Stationery, Souvenir and Curio Store
;Lecture 1:30'p., m. Subject: "Pro.t LORD BALTIMORE BOYS' SUITS WILL BE SURE TO 22
t phetic Times' in Relation to the Coming I PLEASE YOU. WEST CHURCH STREET

of Israel's, Messiah."
:A cordial welcome to all.
. .
.
-
t UNDERTAKER ". '
ARMSTRONG
:Catholic Services Sunday

.'Soaday' School,at 9 a. m. W. M. SLEMONSTHE The ARTISTIC PICTURE FRAMER of Orlando

.
Mats and sermon, 10 a.,m. .
.Benediction,'7:30 p. m. PIN; STREeT ':

.:'Ii' '- ,
GOVERNOR TRAMMEL'S RECOMMENDATION .
.

.. : i WELCOME TO THE H. H. 1'. STRAIGHTFor

Governor: Trammel wisely recom- I EVERYfHIKG

,aeftit that the statute giving publictkftslt OAKlAND RIVAL PAlM Sale at all Cigar Stores

to railroad companies be,repealffii -IN- Orlando's.Newest Ciga r Made in Orlando.
i
1
), .reeommendation. is as.follows: BARBER SHOP FEEDFOR Havana and Florida Wrappers i

I,..* '"Oae,of the statutes of this .StateTrader THE CAR Try One, and Be Convinced i
,which railroads have heretofore Modern and Complete.
: THAT EVERYBODY .
\ '.had,demonstrated to them largequantities Everything new, individual HERMAN H. FINDER M'f'g'r

.' ,. of- State land is still in'eroe ,IS tAIlING electric attachments at every
n: ,J and should. new railroad be chair. No stone has been left 212 South Orange

I,'.constructed it would, under this law AIOIJT'I unturned to make this shop WELAUBACH STOCK
to:entitled, t" othe alternate sections ,meet th erequirementa of the COMMERCIAL PRINTINGWe
d:the"State land'on each-side of the I ISO .
ASE FM KHWSTUTNN most particular. Plenty of
L
: ;have the best equipped print- J. Mustard f
itSfoad within six miles thereof. IneyeAt' Courteous ta.
room.
; in the for ,
big plant city, doing Commercial
the State
did still
ts*, not own .
ELIJAH WHTTEHEAD, Work., Your order, large
;' or
tke ,alternate sections, the
.company :''The I Grain ..
< Proprietor.. Ian all, U bledhere by trained expert
voold be entitled to lands,to make :
up MA.GRUDERthereby ., *,.whew,knowledge'the print. THE cIIRIPNISL -
tht deficit'anywhere: within' twenty Orange Ave, Orlaide, Fk.. and Slr'alnMe (:
: .', ; eta .
'(" . art U unquestioned. Accurate, y
nflts of;its,;road. :The,State has but I -- r o.
MItk toad..except ,m the Everglades. .. ., -", -., .' ,--- '-, ;;:.z: :. '. .rtUaWe service, prompt and courteous -
": ,
teal
la that territory the,State owns about . .- treatment that'I'whr this Manicure,+ Pedicure; Shampoo
s.|gt ft_jnffikm f acres of land. Should I ;get from the "State. pubUc'property' f l.thepabkc_ ..liade:fartfcec=ap Ked'm. : Repots{from..As'Ewt?.CeMtgir_ y 'i establishment. _has grown by leaps and Face.and Scalp.MassagejParlor.'oTer

.4 siSfaid, bg'oonstrueted through. .that worth,.probably.one.or two r I'this" 'way._ :Fee.thes roaeonI i-gs'tlat the piseafple_:crop:sheet:tkfee'weeks bomds.We.vast:
'
lillfli'U J .fti'd.' the,,,, land grant Jaw above. million,jdollers.:, Th e:time;has passed ,a law be,oniriod .esl8'seetiof'the 622 ear&r tkia year SJupfiag;wffl'begin joar Pristing. .
-
-- - Dickaon'ft,
MAvnd t*..wasjrtffl in force/the rail.mid when the ,State:;jean'.alfonMo., 'allow .G Stetetw,"wkkfe 'eonst abe tl .e IWi'of May. 'Abo t tiiesaat THE SENTINEL Irel store
wondybe.::,'e title d 'to ' ': railroalbuilding. _-fsMUsjv' providinf for lie been plaatod' test Plwee f 24. Court Street comer OraagefoaA,Ccatral
/ a largedye land 'graatAO'encoarige'. : tttt ,.... sjGMfe as,. l :, ,
1 "i
Af !,tKe Slate.und;.and.would. 'We.'cannot' afford':to.havt L < ., ,yop & die enp will k+Uti*.; _.. :.ti...... .LnA.-..-:.__: -

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IMiHIIiHiMlimiliMIIHIimillMMIililMIM. ... SUNDAY MUSINGS,


,= Louis, C.. :Maney. President .. Character the ,:;;;.standard oi. ;
hood -; c

f t.PMM wad**;,ys e.rnL: & .1'.ia .....Qrllie ,Above all things'in the world ehc-

'' ,lt.wrl c. ... A 8'i r.>Iir Sumd A.Newdl Ant Golf acter has supreme value. A man can T"
t : .. -
"-
.
AfFR : never'be more than what,his charac- ,.. ;., .
'. ter; intellectual, moral, spiritual, *
.
THE makes him. \ .l; ; ,. ., u#. .
fi } a + as
.
t.
4-, A man can never do more or better '51)
'l:.,
than deliver or embody, that '-.'<. .:; ," ,
which is characteristic of himself.All .
.
)
.
k 8TATEBANK masquerading and make believe ; .. = \.
"(.t': .
k I produce little impression, and in their ( .X W J.'- :- \ :
I products and results die early. .
-

4.M 'of Orlando .: a rooted man Nothing in that his valuable is character.not in can him come Nothing, and out firmly can of "If !m,4:* THE[ MONEY". '\ I


be more unphiliosiphical than the idea "

.,',.'. % - that' the man who stands upon the How'' many times you have heard and II

. low moral and spiritual plane can possibly made that exclamation! and
h ,:. [ESTABLISH 1893THIS "- produce, in business, in government, ,

t in war, in peace, in literature, or art, 1
anything of value. It is the man, the "IT. IS NOT WHAT YOU EARN BUT WHAT YOU
; the oldest Bank in Orlando, has had nearly soul, that makes the impress, not that .

which he says, or pretends to be. He SAVE THAT COUNTS j
twenty years of experience of banking in this f'
may do that which momentarily daz- :

; ation,' but like the plant whose roots r
ing to transact business with a bank carefully con- are bedded in thin soil, it will die give you a bank account of nearly half a .
.J
ducted on conservative banking principles.We out early unless' character is at the
thousand i
I dollars, if your savings are deposited . ;
bottom of it Nothing of value can

be produced by the conscionceless and each month with
,. draw drafts on all parts of the world' and buy characterless man, because value must J ,.

and sell domestic exchange. be measured by the power to enrich, j
to exalt and purify the life stream.If .

... art, or business, or literature, or I[ PEOPLES[ NATIONAL l BANK

Our correspondents, with many others,. include anyone of the realities of life were \

the National Park Bank, New York; First National an end within themselves, then we t
x . might say, art for art's sake, or liter- Four per cent interest compounded quarterly

; Bank, Philadelphia;' Third National Bank, Atlanta; ature for literature's sake, or any upon Savings Accounts. $1 opens an i

Merchants=Mechanics National Bank, Baltimore; of these for their own sake, and in account. Open yours with us today! .
that event what we have said about
I
Continental & Commercial National Bank, Chicago: character: would not need be true.

,Pyrotechny very often attracts, and ,
National Bank of Commerce, St. Louis. ,
( may attract a great deal of won-

t.t. der and admiration, but when we talk .
,
ffe fty 4.ptr cart bterest oa Saviags AccentsMIIHIIIttlilttMIHliMMMMIIHMMMIIMItllH about the value of a thing we referto ,

its value to produce-when we . "'.,'. ,-
'g think of fire we only think of its valueto I

I produce heat, not its power topaint

JUNIOR AUXILIARY LAWN FETE COMPLETE CAST OF CHAR. : pretty figures that last but a

I ACTERS, IN BIG MUSICAL moment and then leave a charred \ .

Under, the capable management of: background. ,
Miss Marion Cary-Elwes, the members I Costumes for Fi-Fi Rich in Color The man or woman who pretends

of the Junior Auxiliary to the The costumes to be used in the local to overmuch, never kindles any great 1

;t. 'Board of Missions held a Lawn Fete production of "Fi Fi of the ToyShop"at warmth in the human breast, or becomes -

1 yesterday afternoon on the pretty the Lucerne next Tuesday were very firmly seated in human

grounds surrounding the home of Mr. given out Saturday' by Mr. Adams, affections. It is only the real, the L.

and Mrs. Algernon Haden. who has charge of the rehersals. All substantial things of life that are TO PROTECT THE BIRDS

Tables were placed under the trees are said to be new, bright and pretty. perpetuated and made to blossom
and here amid luxuriant tropical The.principal characters representingas The association of one rose with an- Miss Catherine H. Stewart of Virginia -

growth, the guests were served to they do, creatures of Toy-land and other, and the intermingling of their is in the city today and will COMPLETES

tea, ,sandwiches and cake by little Fairy-land, require fantastic costum- multiplying power, operates to produce lecture at the public schools on the

maids, daintily ,costumed in' white' ing. Among them will be found Pap ,a more beautiful rose. The question of preserving our birds. Miss H

f wearing large picture hats of yellow Dolls, Rag Dolls, Fairies, Witches,' closer noxious weeds associate the Stuart is National Field Agent of the OF
4 crepe paper.A etc. uglier their offspring. It is the touch- Audubon Society' and of the Florida

candy table, laden with homemade The different groups of dancers will ing of good men's characters that Society and is doing a great work in
x also be in make us better and more beautiful preserving the birds that are being 5'
sweets,. proved very populaj seen fancy,garb.
and the charming "Flower Girl" 'The Colonial Bridesmaids, will per- The association with bad, begets bad. ruthlessly, slaughtered. Her work in I 1

? quickly disposed of her pretty bou- haps present the finest appearance of No man can be more than he knows. Florida is chiefly in behalf of Robin Spring

k 4 quets. any group,pressed in bright costumesof himself to be. He may pretend to Redbreast, the little fellow whose fate

... While the children became happily Janice Meridith style with flowered much, pray much and live much; but is hanging in the balance in Florida

interested in af hunt for "chicks" and basques on any colors and the old, the real ugliness of his deceitful living .at present and many bird lovers and Styles"j
will sooner or later come to the sur- chiefly the Audubon Society are in-
1 a "Cobweb Contest, the more digni- as well as new style of panier skirts.
fied visitors enjoyed many exciting. The Paper Dolls will wear dresses of face. God never made the hypocrit teresting themselves to save this fine
neither will he permit him to flourish. bird'for future generations.-Sanford "jr
games of "Clock Golf. dainty color made of crepe paper with
The entire' afternoon 'was most hats to match, these and the China I God made man in his own image, and! Herald.

? pleasantly spent, and was a sUccessful Dolls in pretty white raiment will 'true to that image man is a god. FASHIONABLEAND j
r The man who can not turn from the I AT THE FAVORITE MONDAY
one for all rival in beauty the genuine imported *
path of deceit and crookedness is a
article. The little Butterfly Fairies,
most pitiable martal. The man who "Evelyn's Strategy," Reliance. A
SATURDAY AFTERNOON BRIDGE Flower Girls and other Sprightly MCOMING:
does turn into the path of rectitude, striking drama.
CLUB creatures will surely win the applause
of the audience that turns out to see where he may walk in the pure sun "Burstup Homes Defective," Solax !-,
light of. God, under the approvingsmile -a laughable comedy. A bum detective -
Mrs. Robert Howe, assisted by Mrs. Orlanod's big home talent play.
of his fellow men, is a rich man undertakes to solve a mysteryand
Lee Miller, delightfully entertainedthe The complete list of local people Straw 1
members of the Saurday Bridge I who will be seen in the play is as follows beyond power of finite minds to esti gets many innocent folks into

Club and a few friends yesterday af- : mate. trouble. .
I Strive then, to be millionaires in "Love "
Thy Neighbor, Gaumont-
ternoon at her pretty home on East Characters
a"Parisian charcter. Here are riches that do not romance. We will sure be obeying i Hats
Central avenue. Fi-Fi, Doll, Miss Millie
Of the four tables of players, Mrs.J. Smith. > vanish. the bible. Love thy neighbor as thy

B. Lawton made the high score. Jonnie, who keeps the toys, Mrs. Jas. self. Rmember the price-five cents.
ONE AMONG MANY
Strawberry punch refreshed the enthusiastic Laughln, 3rd. .
contestants between games i i Loose), a rag doll, Mrs. Lee Miller. THE NEWEST THINGS OUT
Chicago, III, March 2V, 1913. *
and later on the guests were led into Ink Spot, a black doll, Miss Virginia
the dining room. Here Mrs. Howe Badger. The Daily Sentinel, Orlando, Fla., In Cow Boy and Indian Suits. Boys

seated them around'a large table, BoPeep, Miss Claire Robinson, Gentlemen: Enclosed herewith please Bathing Suits, One and Two Piece Brown & LartigueJohn ,
find check for five dollars, for oneyear's
which was covered with an 'exquisite Aurelia, a Witch-Fairy, Miss Margaret Suits. Bathing Shirts and Trunks 25,
x Japaneze cloth of pink and white. I! Drennen. subscription to your paper.In 35 and 50c the suit.
February, the writer, in com- "
; The ,menu consisted of delicious nut Talking Doll, Miss Sara Slemons. J. C. ANNO, .
with his wife, was in city
salad, sandwiches, nut bread and cof Lap Doll, Miss Mary Robinson. pany your 5t The Boys' Clothier
for a short time the week of the Fair
1 fee. ,The centerpiece and other! deco- Man-in-the-Moon, Mr. John Cheney.,, .
and much taken with
rations carried out a most attractive Prince Lolly-Pop, a gentleman Doll, was very up JERSEY MILK COWSI
color scheme of pink and green, and Mr. L B. Fort. your beautiful town and was further have a few nice young fresh

daintily colored baskets filled with Capt. Barnacle, a sailor Doll, Mr. Dav- impressed with the possibilities in Jersey cows for sale. Can be seen at SPECIAL( ANNOUNOEME1( (
your fruit lands, agricultural lands,
salted almonds were presented to is Rogers. my house north Magnolia avenue.A. .
gardens, etc., ,and beyond all, with
each guest asa souvenir the happy Tack Hammer, the Toymaker, Mr. Y. FULLER, Orlando.ADVERTISB .
the excellent climate that you have
.occasion. Malcolm Stewart
r;. there. The only thing to mar it was 'i --
.. Lieut., Tin Heart, a soldier doll, Mr.
the rainfall on the Saturday on which t C I t t 1 S S 1
"Census Enumerator Kirk has com- W. L. Tilden. t S. Rowland t.i
the Fair closed. .
- 'pleted taking the census of the town." The Sand-Man, Mr. Cestia Lawton. I

1 remarks,,the Brooksville Star, "and I!Clowns; Mr. Hyatt and Mr. Randolph mation As I believe about your I can district get more through infor- . Want IF YOU Cook '' takes this means of announcing to his patrons
' will make official 1 Robinson. a I
"s an report to the
that with '
noting the manner in beginning
town council at the ,next meeting. ,Chaperones, Mrs. G. H. Edwards, Mrs. your paper Want a Partner '
: which you touch upon the local condi- a
Want Situation
H. L Beeman. a
i The population the town of Brooks
a The tions there, and hoping that there Want Servant Girl Monday Morning March 31
: ville will. go over 15,000, which is an seat sale opens Monday morn- will be considerable'mention of like a '
increase of over 60 per cent'in three ing at nine'o'clock at Estes' Drug a a Want to Sell a Piano.a I

years" This is a fine record to make Store. Owing to the big sale of ad- Summer character months throughout touching the Spring land and Want to Sell a Carriage his place of business will be number (
on '
and the people of Brooksville are to vance tickets, all are urged to make WanttoseiTowuPropcrly
reservations early. conditions, prices, etc., I desire to Want to Sell Your Groceries '
, be congratulated. There must be
great attraction there and no doubt a keep in touch with conditions throughThe a Want to Sell Your Hardware 17 Church Street 1 '

the increase is permanent and substantial Among those,'''leaving Orlando for Sentinel p Want customers for Anything ,

.- "" -Times-Union Short Talks. the north last week was Mr.. Stanley GEORGE Yours A.truly HUTCHINSON, .a' Advertise Daily in. TUe Pafer '. in the store formerly occupied by J. T. se W. .

Poole. Chicago, IlL AdroztWnglitheWaytoSaeeeaa'Adv&Uit Rio. .Cu ta.m' ,In addition to the"1 large stock'of groceries '

Send us your next order' for job AdngKe'e'p I CMteaeri which he now 'has, Fine Street :hehaS:
printing and you, will be surprised Mrs., N. B. Carson and daughter, The beginning of the first.block of on ,

at the quality. Not how cheap, but of, Kissimmee, were in the city yes i brick, paving Lakeland was' started e Advertising Advertising Insure Shows.Energy Seeeesi aa purchased the Se l ar.',stock and! will ::consolidate '

I how good. terday. I Friday morning. The work is being erlIIiDc..PI- .aa ( them as above stated :in ,the, 'Church.

vigorously pushed. AFertaing. Is "Bk* Street room. $ '
,This .is:said: to be the most success-j I Mr. ,Geo. T. Shurwin, of New :Mnrt 'of Beat ,
1 ,101.seaeson that the ,Ormond Hotel, in Egypt, N, J.., has left Orlando for. WANTED-An experienced colored f fM9 LHc S To,his former patrons he' wishes' to.take
1 ,Onaond .bas known in all its his home. man wants position as chauffeur. "..."a them for
= ever Best references. Address Chauffeur, AtartinWe') this:means.of thanking;: part :f- ors'arid'
history i, ,of.nearly'thirty seasons.. care Sentinel It. ADVKTHE t Te iiivites old and new customers' to come
'
: ;
Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Scott:have M.OMI, '.! ,
,
,, gone . , :-
1 \r
;:v, :t .flay' ,ftobaa. on issproredgtepezty. to their home at Parkersburg, West Inspect SJwu harpr'.. bif..stock.of .; ,IJf..XT.r.. ,' -,'. '. .L,..,... p i t-1 il'' /place; ..of' bu- sin< "Ii. i.! h.
..
: .- "<" 'fi. I .. ,.,,;., ,_. < . !It '1,,' : ''' < '"
,'\; w.< .....:f "';* :,. ...'7.. Wajr Virginia. ',. .Bicycle ... ,.t:tii '. v ; ''.t, '_ .r -
\0,' t; ;. ; <: ;<.<5 f : : '"; : : : 5' .i. : . :.i.}J..f. : : .1.

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