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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: April 4, 1913
Frequency: daily (except monday)
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando
Coordinates: 28.533611 x -81.375833 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1913.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 1, no. 269 (Dec. 20, 1913).
General Note: J.F. Schumann, editor.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 4 (Feb. 14, 1913).
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THE PEOPLE'S PAPER.

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Direct Service, Postal Telegraph until 2 a. m PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING EXCEPT MONDAY.
Orlando-Progressive Center of the State


VOLUME ONE ORLANDO, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, APRIL 4TH, 1913.
NUMBER 46.
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PASSED AWAY AT PALM- BELCH W AUR RECORD fifTY UNIONTOWN IN ADVANCE


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POPULAR YOUNG MAN DIED YES OFFICIALS OF THE FLORIDA CONDITIONS CHANGE FOR THE CITY OFFERS A REWARD OF TEN PROVISIONS
RUSHED
TO
TERDAY-TOKENS OF AFFECTION EAST COAST RAILROAD ARE BETTER-CITIZENS HAVING THOUSAND BAND COUNTY IS CONFIDENT THAT ,
DOLLARS
FOR OF
REFUGEES
AND RESPECT SUFFERINGFROM THE LEGISLATURElLL. .
SUMMONED TO HIS HARD FIGHTRATIONSBEING :RECOVERY
OF BODIES
THE FLOOD
COME FROM EVERY BEDSIDE. DISTRIBUTED.Special specwto the Sentinel CON- CHANGE PRESENT
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QUARTER.Born Special to The SentiaeLJacksonville to the Sentinel Hamilton,'Ohio, April*? 3.-A reward DITIOXS. LAW.
Special to the Sentinels
at Memphis, Tennessee, March Fla., April 3.-A special Cairo, Ill., April 3.-The flood con- of ten thousand dollars each i Failure to find any oranges or

24, 1885, died at Orlando, Florida, at noon today from West Palm ditions remain about unchanged here offered by the city today for the re Evansville, Ind, April .-Extreme grapefruit on the west coast or further -

April 3, 1913.Between Beach says: tonight The river guage marked covery of bodies from the debris left conditions of suffering resulting from north on the east coast, while

these terminal points lies Henry M. Flagler's condition is considered 64.6 feet, slight rise today. While by }flood. Only seventy-one so far the Ohio flood were reported today in Dade county the grapefruit Is .U

the story of a human life-the brief very grave and his death maybe the high water makes the situation have'.keen recovered, while a canvass from Uniontown, Ky., where the four i large as feen's eggs and the orange

tale of a young life that has left its expected at any hour. dangerous, strengthening of levees of the: city places Hamilton's dead I teen hundred inhabitants of the town trees are in full bloom, has convinced -

indelible imprint on the records of He is suffering severely from an has been going steadily ahead and I at one hundred and fifty. It is believed I nad six hundred refugees from the Judge George A Worley, representative -

time. Within these limits is wrap injury to his hip sustained in a fall the citizens are hopeful Cairo will that many have been swept out of the :I surrounding country districts are huddled from Dade county, that the

ped the life record of George Williamson several weeks ago. I escape. All levees are reported i in Miami river into the Ohio. in the fair grounds on the only present immature citrus fruit law

WrightSo President J. R. Parrott and Vice- 'good condition! tonight. \ dry spot in an area of ten miles should be changed, and he believes

brief was his illness and so limited President J. E. Ingraham, of the]|i The Ohio river parted just above MAIL SERVICE RESTORED. square. The people are without food that upon the showing being made.of

was the knowledge of his illness Florida East Coast railroad, who were j i I Cairo and much water is running and have no housing except the stalls conditions as he found them last week
Special to the SentinelWashington I of the fair
that his death came as a sad surpriseto summoned by telegrams, have through Lake Creek into the Missis 1 grounds. that the legislature will see the injustice -
April 3.-Mail Ten thousand
the majority of the citizens of Or from St. Augustine. |I sippi. service rations were preparedand of the present law and will
throughout :
lando. Mr. Flagler was conscious Wednes I I This makes the rise at Cairo barely been the flood districts has I will be dispatched on the steamerILowry amend it to suit local conditions.

For several weeks he has been ail day but his condition was precari y perceptible although the river is rising to the,practically restored. Telegrams this afternoon and tents a nf- I Judge Worley has just returned
post office department I ficient to house the '
today
ing but so little did he complain, that ono a foot a day at Paducah. indicate flood victims will from a tour throughout the state
improvement in the alter 'be sent at the
only his closest friends were aware ""- A slow rise until Monday is expected tion i same time. CaptainNaylor where he went for the express purpose
through the Ohio and Mississippi asked
of his condition. Re-elected Chairman of Board. here and Observer Lindly predicts I for aid from Louisvilleand of gathering samples of citrusfruits
;{,valleys. additional
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He had been admonished by his sisters I-: St Augustine, Fla., April .-President .the crest to be around fiftyflya e Through service between 1 rations will be dispatched for the purpose of taking to the '
from there
and friends to go to bed and take.. J. R. Parrott, of the Floridof foot mark. The levees at Mound City, Cincinnati Washington -t by rail. legislature next week where it was
and other flood stricken j The river is
time to recover from the attack East Coast railroad; Chairman Hen Illinois, eight miles north of here is has I rapidly creeping over his intention to compare the ,fruits
points been the
restored with railroad
only
what seemed to him of no consequence.But ry M. Flagler, of the board of directors i Illinois, eight miles north of here is detour one connection into the from other sections with that grown
by way of Winchester, V city and unless the
a
Louisville
those of us who knew George of the railroad company were still holding, although the citizensare The first mail service is | arrive by supplies in Dade county and thereby prove con ;
seven days tonight the
know how difficult it was for him to re-elected. at the annual meeting here. having\ a hard fight. All refugeesat reached rejjef train will clusively that Dade county fruit matures -
Portsmouth Ohio today by be cut off from the
i town.
realize that he needed to take resting Cairo are being supplied with boat at Uniontown The river earlier. However he was unable *

spells occasionally TURPENTINE. rations at the relief head quarters. I : feet over the is 1884 reported to be two to obtain any samples as there U

He wu one of those active energetic stage no fruit to be had in other sections except

young men who wu ever doing. Savannah S.-The ROOSEVELT-DERBY, I some from last year's growtk
April turpentine LAUNCHING OF THE EUROPA Cairo Situation
Stationary,
But Tuesday he was taken to the which Is still on the trees around
market continued inactive and
nom SpecUl to the Sentinel I Cairo 111., April
hospital, and death claimed him yesterday inal ,yesterday. On the opening call!1 The Largest Steamship In the World Oyster Bay, N. Y., April a.-The and wind had been 3.-Although predicted for Cairo rain Winter. Park Orlando and other places .

at about: the market was quoted nominally unchanged Special to the Stntlntl. wedding of Miss Ethel Roosevelt to the sun rose clear and everything "There is" nothing doing 'if thilyear'

He was a young man of sterling with no transactions; 1 last Hamburg April 8.-The steamship Dr. Richard Derby, of New York and. gave promise that another fair warm growth, as he expresses it

worth, and of more than ordinary sales at 42c. Business was suspended Europa, of the Hamburg American Boston, will take place here tomorrow -. day could be utilized in further Amend the Present Law s

builncM ..hility.At after the opening to allow mem line. the largest ocean liner in the morning and be of the ., preparing Judge Worley said that he expects
one sm against possibility.. of the... Ann,1....... be able ........., _
to lo.
the time of his death he was world -- _&nnA......... *.!.... i
hers of the trade to attend the an- was successfully launched here plest society weddings of the season. getting into the town. There was little I V.1I:0\:1I1o III*
city ticket agent for the SeaboardAir nual luncheon. today at the yards of Blohn and Vosi. Only the relatives and intimate change In the situation today the rnature citrus fruit law and do away

Line Railway Company, was city Receipts were 169 casks, against The new liner was christened by friends are bidden to the ceremony water being about the same last with the arbitrary October first date
as
inspector of weights and measures and 423 last year. Shipments were 18 Prince Rupprecht under the directionof which takes place In Christ' Epts midnight. The official reading of shipment of alt citrus fruits, ma

city electric inspector, besides being casks domestic.Landon Prince Regent Ludwig of !Bavaria copal church The wedding break M.&, was :I lure or otherwise, with little dlft

proprietor of the Orange avenue newsstand was quoted 29s 4 Hd, for in the presence of a notable gather fast will be at Colonel Roosevelt' -- cutty,
and cigar iton He was a iIllckttun "I will take sampler of
l ob. Ing home, Sagamore Hill Mr Derby and I our fruit
familiar figure among business men Rosins were alto nominally un The Europa measures\ 650 t.oIn his bride will sail for Europe April liickman Levee Hold, to the legislature and show the boys

nand will bt '11 much' mined n my changed with no sates reported 'length And 100 feet in width She will( fifth for a trip of several months, |work Ky, April .WHteady that t we are away ahead of other eeo

business mm from Orange avenue, Receipt were 1,000 barrels, against inter the regular transatlantic sari throughout the night on the i tldni of the state, and I anticipate

Hi wu born it Memphis Tenn., IOU last year Shipments, 3,094 bar vice in the spring of 1914 The EDUCATIONAL CONFERENCE I JWeit Hlekman levee, where several l lI no opposition to an amendment that

when early in lift ho united with' the rela' domf Ut.McMANIGAlj, Europa I U the second of three slater I i weak had spots' developed yesterday, today will permit any southern county to

Methodist church With hit parent ihipii The first of these to be Washington, April l,-=Governonof '| placed that embankment in a hip earlier It the fruit I is mature and

hi came to Orlando in February,1001, TAKEN TO WASHINGTON launched was the Imperator, which I nine States have signified their condition which the local expert b@> passes Inspection," said the Judg
and during nil >flvi, in Orlando ,lleve will withstand what flood water The other sections
years will call on her maiden voyage on i intention of being present at the six will not object to
I now is In site
Rain
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has endeared himself to' the young 9l I@@II'' to the lentlAtl May 24, arriving in New York May teenth conference for education in the ', and wind today this earlier shipment on the part of

people of the city and impressed hli l I In Angeles, Calif, April 8,-Con* 31 The third ship, to be the largest South which meets at Richmond, Va, I served to complicate the situation, Dade county, as Pade'i fruit will then
but
worth upon the business men slderable mystery surrounds the ie* of the three is now under construe April 15th ( !:'i the new method ,of holding the All be out of the way by the time

II, was a young man of clean grin! tret departure from the count jail 1 lion, The announcement made I,;I sand bagging in place with planking, the fruit from other sections! gets on

tiptoe, kind hearted, and of jovial die. early this morning! of Ortie >McMinhJ:1: In her general construction the by A P Bourland was executive today lit is believed, will prevent any break the market, and the market will not
secretary :
Heavy Rain At "
position Then are many sad heart* gal, the confessed dynamiter, acconv'Europa closely resembles her sister of the conference who said the Evansville be glutted

In Orlando today"and many a tear ponies by Detective Malcolm Mcl+ar ship the Imperator She has been States whose would II Evansville, Ind., April 3,-Heavy It is Judge Worley's intention to

shed because of hit early call to the en Officials of the district attorney'soffice built with an inner skin forming a were Florida governors, Georgia, Kentucky attend,I. rain this forenoon added to discomforts amend the law permitting any county
of flood sufferers in Evansville's to form
,
great beyond fruit
expressed surprise when questioned double hull which is carried high Mississippi, North Carolina, Oklaho. a growers' association
The father, mother and sisters and about McManigal's movements above the water line These hulls are, ma, Tennessee, Virginia and West I water-swept areas, but the weather which can employ one or more inspectors -
the brother will have the sincere today and could bureau said the rain was not sufficient to the
sympathy give no idea as to constructed of heavy steel plates of Virginia. The conference will devote pass upon quality oi
of the entire community his whereabouts. I''unusual strength. As an additional most of its time to the considerationof .I if it had lasted all day and I the fruit and if it is found to be mature -

The funeral services will beheld, at Rumor has it that McManigal wasquietly precaution against marine disaster. improving rural conditions in the night to make any change in the to allow shipments to go forward .
the Methodistt church this afternoonat height of the river. The bureau's by September 15th
taken to Washington to a pThe Europa will be equipped witha South. or earlier if

3:00 o'clock. pear before the United States supreme searchlight of over 80,000 candlepower Betterment of roads, scientific observations at '7 o'clock showed a consistent n
market
The funeral will be under the stage of 47.8. The crest is expected Fruit Not Big
auspices court where applications fora which will be visible for thirty conditions and the introduction of Enough to Set
of the Masonic order of this new trial are being brought by the miles at sea and will illuminate an the co-operative idea in rural com here this forenoon. "Some of the orange trees are la
city, of which he was a member and labor leaders convicted blossom, but there is fruit
at Indianapolis. object at a distance of seven miles. munities will be some of the topicsdiscussetL no of any
the brotherhood of Elks will also attend Eighty-four life boats capable of : Ohio Is Receding. description big enough to see 20 feet
in he I I Louisville, Ky., April 3.-With the ," said the
a body being; a memberof accommodating all on board, will be away representative upon
the local lodge. THINKS FLIGHT POSSIBLE. carried. HON. J. C. STINEMAN DEAD waters of the Ohio receding here and his return from his tour of inspection

Business houses will close duringthe New York, April 3.-The London The cabins of the Europa are the ,The announcement of the death of no further damage expected save the along the west coast and through
funeral Daily Mail's offer of for possible collapse of buildings weakened the vicinity of Tampa Lake
$50,000 the largest and most sumptuous of any Hon. J. C. Stineman, proprietor of I the City,
first trans-Atlantic aeroplane flight] :; ship in the world. They compare in the Ripples, will carry surprise to by flood, Louisville was prepared Titusville, Kissimmee and other towns.

PAID TEN THOUSAND DOLLARS was given hearty endorsement by the* size and appointments with the finest many people of Orlando. Mr. j today to give more attention to "There is no grapfruit at all to be
Aero Club of America at questions j I of sanitation and relief for seen anywhere around
a meetingof rooms of the best hotels of Europe Tampa and
FOR FREEDOM. man spent a part of the winter at his : refugees;
the board of Lake City. Here
governors yesterday. and America. we are fully sixty
Special to the Sentinel beautiful winter home, but was called, The
'health
"Crossing the Atlantic in airship I city department has in- days ahead, the grapefruit is big
an The EurODa_ contains__ manv nritn. home about six weeks account as
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now is only a question of time!:nal features including a grill" room---0., of the meeting of the ago legislature of+:Jtimated that it will require that flooded hen's eggs, and the orange trees are in

Los Angeles, Calif., April 3.-Confined and the offer will do much to shorten a veranda cafe, palm garden and Vi of j i, homes be thoroughly cleaned and full bloom."
j Pennsylvania, which he
to bed as a result of indignitieswith that time," said Allan R. Hawley enna cafe.. It has more than 200 member, having been elected was senator ai I[dried out before their owners are permitted It is doubtful if a law passed by
Sonora rebels, who held hima of the club. to move into them again. the general assembly that
president I baths in the first cabin alone, and last fall. He was a popular man in I would be
captive until he paid a ransom of Members of the club were optim private dining rooms. In addition, his home state and received a majority Although demands upon relief stations sectional in its application would be
$10,000, Max Mailer, vicepresidentof istic in the of showed some decrease today constitutional. In other
prospects an early ful there is a large variety of septical of 6,000 at the polls in his district -i words a
there still
the bank of Sonora and German fillment of the conditions of the of-)baths, such as the Roman bath, with were between two and : penal law must be general. In the

consul Hermosillo said to be a millionaire fer. Some even predicted that the I I a large swimming pool, where sea The Senator had many frieds in Orlando I the three thousand families homeless in i iI next place any man who will take the s

many times over, is confined flight will be within the year. bathing may be enjoyed; an elaborate and was popular. His friends I for I city and many of these were more pains to go through the groves will
less
to a local hotel here fromto I dependent find a pretty
suffering good
Turkish bath with attendants, also here will read this with deep regret. ,, showing of fruit
his bed {in a local hospital here GREEK TRANSPORT SUNK. I electric light baths and special medi I I in this section at this'time. The writer

suffering from the shock. Athens, Greece, April 3.-The will- cated baths. There is also a fully I SCHOONER SINKS. I I Ii i ATHLETICS BEAT_NATIONALPhiladelphia S, saw much green fruit today u
"My husband is very ill/' said o-the-wisp Turkish cruiser Hamidieh l large as plums. It is
,equipped! gymnasium for the first and Newport News Va., April 3.-News extremely ,
his wife today "We have noth yesterday sunk the steamer Leros in second cabins. of the sinking of the three-masted II April 3.-In a close doubtful whether Dade county would

ing to say, as it is dangerous to talk. the Adriatic Sea. She rescued the American schooner Samuel F. Beecher I and well played game the Philadelphia have matured fruit much If any

We paid a ransom and are free, So crew and landed them today at Jaffa,I SENTENCED FOR THREE YEARS. and rescue of her captain, crew d Americans defeated the local} etrlier than Polk, Oeceola or Orange '
anone
nora is in a highly unsettled state and Asia-Minor. Nationals yesterday by a score! of 2 to county

we are not going back there until The Leros was a Greek transport I! London Aprils.--Mrs. EmmeHnef passenger de, by Larrinaga the British, Sunday steamerTeodoro ,I I the 1. The pitching and was the feature of A law such as Judge Worley proposes

things subside. and was engaged in landing Servias the leader of the militant reached here today with the Larrin- game Bush recently acquiredby would create dissatisfaction and

For several weeks Muller wa troops at the port of San Giovanni d nsuffragettes i was today found guilty aga's arrival The collision occurred the Athletics, had shade the best no end of trouble. One law for Floe

threatened with death until he paid Medua, on the Adriatic and sentenced to three years penal 1 Sunday morning in the Straits of of It. The Athletics also won the ida, Is the only law that can be main
the I opening game of the spring series rained
and
ransom servitude at the Old sustained
Bailey sessions, Florida, off Sand Key *
The New Smyrna Breeie, publishedat on the charge of inciting persons to According Capt, Fern, of the i yesterday .
,
POPE TO RECEIVE BISHOPS. New Smyrna, will celebrate I Iti -
commit damage, the
Larrlnga, schooner attempted to WEATHER REPORT ATTENTION ELKS:
twinty-ilxth anniversary on the 6th
cross the vessel'i bow, and was cut -
Rome, April 3,-Pope Plus will re* of May It ii probable that an anal STEAMER REPORTED SAFE almost In half, linking within three You are requested to assemble it
ctlre number of but edition will Florida-Fair Friday except show
a bishops today, viriary be published minutes The steamer the Lodge room this
was only afternoon
en in extreme at
will be closely watched by Mi phys I New York, April 8,-The steamer slightly damaged northwest portion 8iI5& o'clock to attend the funeral

clans, Hi will hold his !Ant public Insurance, Real Estate, Loam, George Hawley, In trouble off Cape Soturday, cloudy; probably showers, brother Geo W, WrightH. ol

audience ill some tomorrow time since hi was taken Reetalsy Curtli A O'Neal, next PoRI Henry, last night, is now reported Bargain-Four quire host Stationary Many a good natured man lives on N DICKSON, Secretary fi
ago 001 safe inside the
85
capes cents. Curtis A O'Neal a cross street
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Envy never achieved anything.A be,served with their paper promptly
The sharps who study the queerworkings good habit is just as easily form- and regularly and we will consider it.i Magnificent Showing of
of our minds are doing a lot ed as.a bad one, and just as strong.If a favor to have reported to ,ns any,
t ci(figuring on drums. WtjFanqrjljiey you have had remarkably good inattention on the part of' the car'
guess when they know for sure;' Icicle;! f memb 'tK?law of corapen* i i iittm'"the'delivery of your papers." '
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I(. III Now what this happened, the psychologists: explain, 'ORLANDO HAND L LAUNDRY' 1r-'i ,

i During sleep your intilect,. shut
off from the world of sense, .goes. on
It iI.subconsciously working' the problem 11 East Pine Street i WE ARE SHOWING A BEAUTIFUL ASSORTMENT OF

.f out It succeeds because it isn't distracted iI SILKS. . AND'SATIN...-- .,. ,.ALL.. ,COLORS. . DRESS: GOODS.
by the thousand and one ; IN ALL THE LATEST PATTERNS FOR OLD" AND
bothers of the day. It lays its finished Prices Reasonable and Woffc Guarantee ,i I YOUNG. WHITE CANVAS SHOES. THE DISPLAY
product before you,for you to read CONTAINS ACCURATE ILLUSTRATIONS OF THE
t as easily as,you read your morning
SEASONS BEST AND LATEST, CREATIONS, AND .
paper., Sometimes you dream about where' Family Washing a Specialty. Personal IS,WORTHY THE ATTENTION OF EVERY ORLANDO .

you lost an article of value., 'concerning ' Supervision of all Work. WOMAN.' CALL IN AND ACQUAINT YOURSELFWITH
which you had beet! worrying THE HIGH CHARACTER OF OUR GARMENTS
'j when you went'to sleep. Next day; AND THE REASONABLE PRICES.Kanner's .
obeying the dream,you go to the place T. $a lar ana ,
you dreamed about and find it, That's I
the same process. Merely' nature's I
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Not all dreams are so fortunate for
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night before. Waking in your,sleepis I CHAS. LORD J. BRADSHAW If You Would be Posted be Daily Visitor. to this'Store ., ,: '
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it's wonderful'how few are hurt It : We wish to announce'to our friends,, and the public generally, Lace at Hamilton &; Dunn's.
"\ seems as if there were a special providence I, thatjwejhave formed a partnership under the 1913 :Models
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OUR I overheard a prominent hardware
dealer say this morning to a prominent -
In a very interesting article entitled "Cleanliness is Next to Godliness" citizen of Orlando, I could have
"Year Animal Neighbors".in,the current "In, every thing excessive sanitary Icec!ete .bought land at' $150, and, $5.00 but IT'SAF AIR PROPOSITION
number of iHouse?and. GardenaMr precautions" ,were the words of ,Dr. '.. ", .0'--' did not do it
NEW At the time he referred to I sold
; Earnest Harold Baynes speaks Wiley in an address before a National t for an Orlando man several hundred
as' ollows about.the squirrels. Civic Convention, in Washington, and acres ,of land in Orange county for TO ASSUME THAT YOU AR&
*%ut squirrels as intimate neighborshave one of the topics dwelt upon at considerable ke CreamIS .'LOO per acre, the same land is -now
their draw-backs. Worst of all,I length was the public'laundry sold in 10 and twenty acre tracts for APPRECIATIVE OF THE VERY
1$30.00 per acre, and is cheap at this
perhaps, is the red squirrel's propensity ,where come together clothes from price.What
* for destroying birds nests. After all classes of homes .and from all ke Cream were the Orlando people buy- BEST. WE ARE SPECIALISTS IN
attempting to get along peacably with classes of people. ,in* at that time? Gold mining stock.IT .
you had bought land could
all:my wild neighbors, I was at last Here, disease germs find both a MADE' figure your profit You knew you some Electrical Wireing and Motor Work
obliged to shoot a red squirrel in my lodgment and a field for dissemination. ',time ago your profit on the mining
garden as he sat on the edge of a In large cities ladies from the ke CreamFROM stock, without having to figure on it
scarlet tanger's nest, calmly eating best homes in the city, as committeesfrom Orlando If you. have not yet bought some NEWELL, .. ELECTRICAL COMPANYARCADE
or Orange county property,.
the, eggs, quite undisturbed by the the civic leagues go personallyto there is still opportunities for large BUILDING I
frantic cries; and actions of the birds. the laundries and inform them- profits, and I can show you
Two years ago' red squirrels destroy selves on conditions and the mannerof ; ke CreamREAL ,I i I can sell you something that will CHURCH ST.

Very bird's nest' in my garden, doing work and the sanitary .con_ ,make stock you will money not but buy your it. gold mining PHONE 280
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and as I..hato decide between squirrels ditions. I! Call and see me.
and birds, I chose in favor of the The hand laundry to a large extent ke Cream I CARL JANSEN,
t Office over Dickson & Ives, Orange
latter. have done the situation. In the
.My neighbors. : has realized the Avenue, Orlando, Fla.
same, so that now we have few squirrels hands of reliable people these are ac- CREAM I The banks and the business men of I
but far more birds than ever be- complishing much. By way of sani- Orlando know me, if you do not, ask
fore.' The gray.squirrels on_the other tary laundering Orlando has two good ke Cream them.

hand, are not near so destructive to hand laundries. The Balarians are BEST i TheBestistheCheapest;

birds, but occasionally one of them making a specialty of family washing, v Itillilil.lMMITHE ,> ..n. r-r: '
gets the' egg-eating habit, and when and the neatness and cleanliness of lee CreamYOU I ., SO GET THE BEST OF
he does, it is our duty to see that the, their place appeals to ,the housewife, -'
birds are protected.; and if they shall'keep this up it will

relieve a long felt want; for the wash : ONE CIGAR THAT Paints and Wall PaperTHE

EIFFEL TOWER ,FOR BUENOS woman had gotten to be a bugbear.The ke CreamEVER ,

AYRES Baylarians not only have a clean 'EVERYBODY LIKES"HAWLEY'S
1912 WALL PAPER IN SAMPLESIS
place but a clean price on family
Applicatian has been made to the: washing and this will enable many to lee Cream GRAND AND I WILL BE PLEASEDTO
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municipality of Buenos Ayres for a' have their work done, who could not I II SHOW THEM. ALL YOU HAVE TO
60-year concession to erect on city afford to patronize the high priced TASTED
I II DO IS TO TELEPHONE AND I WILL
property the "Torre Rivadavia"-a laundry and who do not feel like they : I
I II BRING THE SAMPLE TO YOUR HOME.
tower similar to the Eiffel tower in want to put up with irresponsible Ice CreamAT I I STRAIGHTSGet .

Paris. It is to be 1,067 feet high, topped colored washerwomen.IN I, I
by 'a '106-foot"'statue bearing a I II \
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making II
of 1,000,000-candle -
light power CIRCUIT COURT SEVENTH JUDICIAL I I
a total height of 1,173 feet The CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR : the best cigar at five :
ORANGE COUNTY IN CHANCERYMASTER'S ., elane Cola'
tower is to be of steel' construction and .SALE. rue : cents, the next time you II .- -
to have facilities for social gatherings, , e want to smoke-judge for : .
; Under and by virtue of a decree of foreclosure :' \
wireless "
as' well a
cafes, gymnasium, as to tell granted by the Honorable I yourself.
telegraphic station and a metero- James W. Perkins, Judge of the Seventh Quick Delivery I

logical observatory.to install an It immense is also electric contemplated -- Judicial State cause Orange pending Bank county Circuit of'. in in Orlando of said Chancery the Court State a corporation and-wherein of a Florida.certain'the is I I I I Watkins Building LATEST STILES I I SPRING G MILLINERY[R

'clock. Complainant and W. S. Pounds is respondent I Phone 2 Made in Orlando and sold
the undersigned Master in Chancery of I by all, dealers.
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this"Court will sell to the highest bidderat .
AN XPENSIVE LIBRARY public outcry in front of the Court House tlllimilMMIIIIIillllBefore

_- door in Orlando. Orange County' Florida : .. ..
: dui'ing'tbe legal boars'of'sale on Monday ;
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Robert Ingersoll was famous for the the Fifth day of May. A. D., 1913, it being for the summer tMIIHMIItimiliillllltMEXICANS i Laces Embroideriesand
the first Monday in the month and a legal i you go away ,
library of infidel books which he pos- sale day the following described property.''order the Weekly Sentinel sent to your
sessed. One day a,reporter called on towit window: machine One boiler, belt' shaft engine and, planer machinery jointer i iddress. It is the oldest, largest and Dress

Mr.:. Ingersoll for an interview, and I lumber and parts yards thereof now now used on and the occupied premises by and the best paper in Orange county and only -HONOR DIALMexico MaterialsI
among other questions asked'was: I said W. S.sounds and 0. J. Miller at their"' .
"Would you mind telling me how I novelty work in Orlando Florida. Terms(! I City, Apri12-The name of
of sale cash purchaser to'pay for title. Porfirio Diaz, ex-President of Mex-
much your library cost:you, Mr. In- Wm. MARTIN. ;
Master In Chancery. ]I'' FRANK HYERS ico, was heard everywhere today in
gersol1' Massey & Warlow. HISSES HAULM &
DUNN
the celebration of the anniversary of
Solrs. for ComplainantMen
Looking 1 er at his shelves he Manufacturer of Artificial
the taking of Puebla by the forcesof
answered: : Stone, Fancy Columns and
"Well, my boy, these books cost me of northern China, as a rule, : Ornamental Work. fl Gen. Diaz in the French war of Agents for Barclay Corsets
anyhow the governorship of Illinois, continue to wear their queque, whereas 1867. General Diaz is still in Europe, ,
i .: Livingston and Railroad I although he keeps cnostantly in
and perhaps the, presidency of the in southern China nearly every .
United States." J queue has been discarded. I I touch with home affairs.

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The Daily WEEDS FOR PAPER PULP STATE NEWS.A .

South [Florida Sentinel -
The scarcity and consequent highcost large acreage of tomatoes at .
MORNING AND WKKLT of wood pulp for the manufacture Bushnell ,
promises big returns .
of has led to *to' ,the I . '. .:.'. : .'- t .:
paper investigation growers. .. .
K SUBSCRIPTION rr. KATES I for other materials from which pulp S. ;) !- ,

. THE DAILY SENTINEL I can be obtained. The citizens and churches of Eustis .

t ffde year ..................... 5.OO Congress has just appropriated $20- have contributed over $700 to the ,
Six Months ................... 2.Three (000 for experiments under the direction Northern flood sufferers. "Two Beauties" '. .:\
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Months ................. L25By of the agricultural department in S
the manufacture of paper pulp from The city election held in St. Clouda .
sews carrier In Orlando CO cents per weeds and grasses. If these experiments 'few days ago resulted in the re- \
onth, Daily and Sunday. which are being carried out on election of D. H. Gill as mayor.A ,
The Orlando Morning Sentinel can be found I al large scale in a government factoryin The
deserves the
r .. salt. in Orlando at.Cants 4 OTTeal'i Book Maine, succeed in evolving a satisfactory chautauqua for Bartow next win one other. You'llsatisfy

ftore.Wt substitute for wood pulp thereis ter has been assured and the people

r,' will b not appreciate properly prompt made by complaint our earrien.ifAhrery reason to hope that the timber there are rejoicing and looking for one and she'll be satisfied
supply will be effectively conservedif ward to it with much pleasure.
vc Aderrtblni rate will be fnrniibed on ap. the work of conservation is not with the
other if
J e&tJoD. buy that soli-
delayed until the supply is entirely] The Grand View Hotel at Eustis you
THE WEEKLY SENTINEL
for year, by mail postage paid .......1.00 c exhausted. will shortly be enlarged and the capacity taire
- ;- Address THE SENTINEL. Orlando Florida Tests'are being made with rice of the hostelry will be greatly) at Evans. Small stones large
T Office 107 Court Street. Arcade Building roots, wild grass, certain plants from increased. It will be made an all-the- ,
I Phone 24 Japan and China and with esparto, an year-round resort. stones all at
comparatively small
J. F. SCHUMANN.. Utor African: grass. These rare exotics, ,
JOSIAH FERRIS Pnpretu.T however, and even if the experimentare The Santa Rosa Star says: "Haul
successful it would seem to be ing of brick and lumber on almost ev prices. Get the measure of her
FRIDAY, APRIL 4TH, 1913.
doubtful if the manufacture
become business
can cry corner of Milton indicates }
a commercial possibility on the very favorably that we an finger then here for
r Though married to a cooking school immense scale necessary to become ef building and growing" come fair and

t graduate, many a man would rather fective. At this rather critical juncture -

ight than eat an American experimenter has Permits for 116 new buildings in i square dealing. .
o_ applied] for patents on a process for Jacksonville were issued during the '

Chicago-Federal Judge Landis of using the sawgrass of the Florida month of March, amounting in value r. ." .7.- '..'.'.
,> Standard Oil fame excused a witless Everglades, the palmetto, undergrowth to 378500.
whose breath smelled too strongly the reeds and rushes of'the Disma

of whiskey. Swamp, the cactus and manguary o i News comes that St. Augustine i is
.rt o Arizona, the wild rice of the Northwestern thronged with visitors for the Pone
Swat the fly, and while you are lakes and the reed cane o f de Leon celebration which is in progress -
swatting, swat the merchant who does Arkansas. These materials are to be in that city and which promised

lot keep a clean and wholesome place found in inexhaustible quantities and be the greatest celebration in thy e T.U.vansthe JewelerOPPOSITE
free from flies. 'they are automatically conserved b history of the State.

o annual reproduction in most cases. 1 1is It. -
Advance of the season is notedas claimed that both high and low News comes from Hastings another d

' baseball scores begin to dribble grade pulp can be made from all sections in the potato belt t OPPOSITE POST OFFICEr
into the sporting columns of the papers these substances, while there has been the growers have commenced diggingand ,

found in other plants never hitherto shipping the Irish potato crop for '\
o used! a substitute for the linen and which St Johns county is fast becoming
s General Savoff, the hero of the cotton rage required for other gradesof famous. The first shipmentshave --
liege and capture of Adrianople, has paper. This American inventor brought fine prices.
' lot decided yet about going on the holds< out the hope of newspapers -

vaudeville stage. printed on paper of the quality of the The Union Church congregation at

o pest of the present grades of book Lake Worth is preparing to put up a
Tell the Amercian people that I paper and at a price considerably below church building. The structure is to SILK STOCKINGS
think it's simply great to be a plain present prices. There is little be made of cement blocks. Most
citizen again.-Uncle Joe Cannon. probibility that the cost under exist- the male members of the congregation ofn I

4 That makes it unanimous. ing conditions will be decreased, so have agreed to give their labor to
0 that any change will be for the better wards the construction of the build T
Several of our Exchanges have in this respect. ing.

jt started the state legislature off one Any substitute for the present ruinous j

week ahead of time. Don't be in a extermination of the forests of The Jacksonville Metropolis says: For Day '
lurry boys; the band will play when the world will be welcomed and will "Porpoise have preyed on shad in the

the show begins. render to humanity a most gratefuland St Johns river to such an extent this

-o effective service. Even the multiplication season that the ,fish inspector and and
a Just to show that they bear no of books that ought to stay game warden, Dr. W. McL. Dancy, of ( i1t5iItwn49

grudge the suffragetts will give the in their native forests or swamps Duval county,will go before the Legislature
Washington police another chance by would'be" condoned under such cir this coming session with a bill EveningWear 'mIIILutL4r:
t pulling off another parade on April cumstances. for the extermination of the pirates." .
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a THE PROPER STUDY OF MANKIND The first banquet of the St Petersburg .
Chicago-Hysterical pleas of six
IS MAN Mens' Club was held at the
1 girl followers failed to save "Prof." Huntington Hotel in that city Friday
r"" Lee Michael, occult specialist, who It is night and
not necessary for social reformers was one of the most no-
eharged $50 for directions for "cop- ,to enter into the settlement table features of the season. This ,
{ Ibt sweethearts. He will be 'jailed. work of large cities, and wade throughthe club has just been organized in the .

o woes of city slums in order to Sunshine' City and is planning .the< Our Personal Guarantee
An amateur safe cracker got his meet with and erection of clubhouse
up study the social a to cost ap-
: lead cracked in his first night's per '.conditions that are perplexing every proximately $6,000. Over half, a
formance and he is now in a critical community these days. thousand banqueters enjoyed the delightful Accompanies Every Pair

i condition in a Kansas hospital.o All they will need to do is to turn affair.

4 o the light on to the kid glove crowd -
is said upon good authority that and the men of high pretensions i i How much are you going to h
die citizenship of Florida represent they; wish an opportunity to study the the town in which you are living? Marion B. IvesEXCLUSIVE
store states and more foreign coup wickedness of
man. If everyone, or even a majority of
tries than any state in the Union.So .
For several years young girls only the citizens, would constitute himselfa
o fifteen and sixteen years old in the committee of one to promote
many fellows will be crazy to city of Fort Wayne, Indiana, wereknown interests of his town, what a bo >hem
become popular by having his namettached to be beating the track of sin would come to many places that y MILLINERY PARLORS
to a good roads measure that in a most deplorable manner, and the now vegetating. Don't wait for someone ,
the legislature is liable to be burdened
good women of the city took' up the else to move, nor for orgarit'fed
a with freak bills. task of investigation which men had movements, but let each do his best Second Floor

o declined to do. Naturally they began The power of any one earnest and
An Altoona minister was taken by investigating reputed dives: progressive man or woman is far
nddenly .ill upon the sight of a two One of the places that ranked better: greater than many people
thousand dollar check in the collection than dive and suppose.-
a was patronized by; Gainesville Sun. -
r plate, but is now recovering
many "high toned" gentlemen, was a
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SWAT THE FLY
licely. If it had been
a newspaper Chinese restaurant, conducted on the
Ban there would have been OIL FIELDS NOT INEXHAUSTIBLE
probably
second floor of business
a building,,
fatal results. The "Swat the Fly" cry will haveto
and here number ORLANDO
of
c o I a young girl, Crude oil asfuel for the navy will, be more than a motto if the peopleof
E If should loll questionable women and men who be available from the fields in the Orlando would avoid disease. Thereare
a man one thousand ,,
lies a day for two hundred and eighty were were found counted under, among such the circumstancesas city swells United States, particularly the Call- scores of fiy breeding spots right BUSINESS COLLEGE
fornia fields in the heart of the city, and these of
r years, he would just about wipe out to warrant for at least a generation -
roves
a grand jury
.r tie progeny of one mature fly in a gation. yet to come. This is the substance the filthiest kind and should be

Bugle season. Nevertheless, keep on The of a letter written by Secretary cleaned up.
young girls were called before
Lane of the interior There are also market places in I
It
will
iwatting. relieve feelIngs department
your -I the grand jury where they told a harrowing MODERN COURSES'
if nothing more. tale of their down Secretary Daniels of the navy. in the city exposing foods for sale which I IN
fall in
which
_A.< response to inquiries by the latter are roosting places and hives for flies.
t' prominent business men figured, not If these conditions not corrected Single and Double ,
Dr. Geisel. in her lectures advised the least of whom concerning oil resources. are Entry Bookkeeping. Corporation
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was county
A the ladies of Orlando to refuse to patronize superintendent who had made his office "Twenty years hence," says Secre- and people go on eating food where Bookkeeping, Banking, Shorthand,
the Bakery, the Meat Market, house of tary Lane, "the price of fuel oil, the fly has planted the deadly germ,
or the Grocery that was not kept free girls.a An indictment assignation was for little which then as now, will be produced death will be the penalty. What are Typewriting, Penmanship, Commercial Law,

from flies. Look around when up against him, but as he is the productof found chiefly in California, will be much you going to do about it? Commercial Arithmetic; Spelling and all

town and you will see how you can a corrupt political machine it is higher than at present and the production o Branches of Civil Service.
r quietly work a reform that will clean most likely that the extent of his probably will have declined Ground was broken Monday for the I
ip some places in Orlando.o seriously. construction of a new two-story brick
punishment will be small
a fine and
o I removal from office. "The failure of the oil supplies of business block in Sarpon Springs. i ii iI ,DAY AND NIGHT CLASSESExperienced

our law makers who assemble in This man and every other black the United States will not take platsuddenly. j i ---
Tallahassee next week shall find it to hearted wretch, no matter how fine The decline will be gradualand On the 15th of this month the people Teachers in Charge. Diplomas
their liking to waste a lot of time in the weave of the cloth he wears, or will tend constantly to be checkedby of St. Petersburg will vote on the I Granted and Positions Secured for Gradu

t county splitting, state splitting, hairsplitting how strong his political pull, should rising prices. proposition to change the form of ates.
measures, instead of attending have the limit of the law behind the "No relief can be expected in ..theprice city government :
;t to the business that the whole bars. of fuel oil at Atlantic ports for I Patronize Home Institutions.For .

state is interested in, the voters will Such crimes if treated lightly will commercial use. Relief to the navy The Ocala Star says: "The water-i
from
give them a job at home on the farm undermine the entire social substructure increasing commercial pricesprobably melon crop of Florida will not be ex !

in the future. of this country and our it should of be its possible own to reserves where tra large, but unless there is a most Ij Prices and Terms call on or address:
o social life become a tottering ruin. produce oils untimely frost, it will be one of the S
at approximately the cost'of
:{ Telephone operators in Egypt are o present earliest on record and will beat the j

required to speak French, English,, The main feature of the celebrationweek t barrel production-fifty plus transportation cents or to the less per Georgia fruit to market by several Or1o Busess
Italian, Greek and Arabic, and still which is now in progress in Sere .( use." pointof weeks." Colleae!

1x the wires do not become kinked Augustine, was the landing of Poncede Secretary Lane expressed the belief _
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loach as one might suppose. Leon on the fort reservation yes- that the navy could rely on the reserves New Smyrna is to have another up- IBM IIWI
For the first time in several year; turday morning. Amos W. Corbett im already existing for an oil supply to-date newspaper which will be issued PIONE 5'7ORLANDO
the United States Senate will meet personated the famous historical char- for a period greater than the life about the first of June. The HAND BUIIJHNG S
W April Tth :with every vacancy actor, being accompanied by a retinue of any battleship to be constructed name of the new publication will be FLA.
,1.f- filed. I of at least twenty grandees. within the next decade. The New Smyrna News
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Line, and have had such perfect

%,- ll success with it that we feel free

gr ( ) 7' J L11 ( / / to say that it is the best in worJWe have at 1 least received that

14 manship, material and finish, as line
Qi long promised of House
well as having the most perfectshadings
r. Dresses, and they are dandies
of any line on the market -
J Ginghams, Zephyrs, Linenes and
W eave not had a single I

t SEEING WILL BE BELIEVING WHEN YOU COME TO misfit this year, and if you will Percales, and the price is $1.00

; US-BELIEVING THAT OUR STORE IS THE PLACE TO give us your order for your and $1.25. No more, no less

eIk ;, TRADE, WHEN YOU LOOK AT AND PRICE OUR GOOD spring or summer suit, we will JUSt take a look, You can't buy:

u I : J ? _ 4 GOODS. BUYING AND USING WILL BE KNOWING THAT guarantee that it will fit, or you the cloth and make them your.

1 ? don't have to.take it. Seeing isbelieving
\ .; YOU WILL ALWAYS MAKE OUR STORE YOUR STORE self for the same price..J .
i come in and look over
WE, SELL HIGH QUALITY OF MERCHANDISE AND .
the samples, it won't cost you .

KEEP THE PRICE LOW, DEPENDING UPON A LARGE anything to look and it may save '

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J. D. Mortimer of Providence, R. CITY COUNCIL .. ... .... ..... ... ....t.
I., is in the city for a few days. He ..
WADE has purchased a tract of land and The City Council met
THE TUNER will plant a grove. session last night with


J ORLANDO. FLA. Mr. and Mrs. George Combs, of Elgin .I present Among except the '
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Ill., are among those who are passage of the curfew

prolonging their stay in Orlando on election was ordered
Mrs. W. L Davidson, of Cleveland
I account of the floods of the north. day, April 12th to
Ohio, left yesterday for home. i 5r
I mission form of

Mr. and Mrs. W. N. Hurd and chil- to the people.Mr. .
Mr. W. I,. Carden left yesterday
.I dren were among OrlandO'winter residents Duckworth,
for his home in Andersonville, Tenn.
returning home yesterday.Theygo bond trustees, reported
I to Long Hill, Conn. been in communication
Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Hinton ,of
companies, looking to
Baltimore, are in Orlando guests of I
Mr. and Mrs. J. Frank Alldes and I of the sewer bonds, but
the San Joan. I daughters, Misses Mary and Cather ite had resulted.

ine, of DeLand, motored to'Orlando The curfew ordinance
W. G. Sphaler, Taft's dry goods I SALE !!
yesterday and spent the day.
merchant was in the city yesterdayon I
business.Isaac Mr. J. A. Golloway
I Mr. and Mrs. D.,B. McGregor; who i iI of four people from
of have spent the winter with Miss Len- stopped in Orlando I
Lampman North Dakota, I
j drum, left yesterday for New Smyrna dinner. They were, .
is in Orlando for a few days and will t
en route to their home in Londondary.N. ward, having spent
look Orange county farm lands. I
over
I H.Mr.. I south of here. They
much better than the
)fro and Mrs. Samuel A. Jomes, of I I
R. N. Menefee a former well-
Belle Vernon, Pa., left Orlando yesterday '
. .. known citizen of Orlando, but .now Mr'E..P. Monroe and
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prominently Identified wfth'Tihe Business who are'prominent in

-I world, is in the city from Baltimore circles during the
Mrs. Libbie G. Chandler, of Chi
'
greeting his many friends. northward yesterday,
cago, was among those leaving for
numerous stops,
the north yesterday.
Mr. J. D. Mitchell, a former well their home in New

known citizen of Orange county, but JuV first. -
Mrs. James Audis and Miss Annie
who is now dividing his time between -
Findis of Tanington, Conn.,
are New York and Miami, is in Orlandofor Miss R. A. Child and .
the visitors to Orlando.
among a few days. Appleton expect to close
house on Ridgewood
Mr. Geo. E. Bates, of Altwronte
Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Hotaling wishto for Laryhome, Pa. next Voils all
Springs was in Orlando yesterday
thank the fire department for their they will spend the su go
buying supplies for his big hotel
the call of fire
prompt response to
Monday evening and although a false Among Orlando's ; absolutely
D. B. Spellman of Detroit, Michiganwho
alarm, it showed how quickly help can
leaving for home
has been spending several monthsat
various points in Orange county be obtained. if necessary. Mr. and Mrs. W. N. the above

left for his home yesterday.A neapolis, and Mr. and
Mr. W. A. Slater of Constantine, Omber, of Benton
Mich., who has delayed his return trip I
drive over the city shows fifty- because of the floods in the north,( I
houses under construc- I Mr. Eldridge Gary,
two new now .
says that each day in Orlando increases ,
tion; and there will bo many more New Englander, -; r
his love for the city and may be ber.'f".i.'u.
within the next thirty day :the means of getting him in the notion -I lando yesterday, after
k several months south of
-
I of buying a home. .." " " iiiiiiiH
Mrs. E. R. Hotaling, who has been is enthusiastic over the
-
ill with heart trouble since I Orlando and
seriously proposes
I The girls' basket ball team of the
last November at her home, Grey- Orlando high school will sell home- winter in the city
lynne, is now convalescentThe criticism was our '
made candy on Saturday afternoon

from three o'clock until six, at De- Store
concert, "Memories of Long Laney's drug store. The proceeds H. H. Dickson and

Ago," to be given in the Cathedral will go to help defray the expenses left yesterday at 1:38
School auditorium tomorrow even- .I of the team. Ga., and other points

ing is to begin promptly at a quarter I I Church structures with a

past eight Admission fifty cents. I Messrs. John J. Quinn and Robert ting some helpful

I J. Berran, friends of Mr. Sylvester new church which the

The rehearsal of the Choral of the I I J. Mayer, are in Orlando from New proposing to build in DAILY

Mendelssohn Club, which was to have !York and will remain until the middle year.

been held in the auditorium of the : of next week. This is their ,first .
High School last evening was postponed .trip to Orlando and, like everyone else''1 Senator A. E.

on account of the death of Mr. I.that visits the City Beautiful, are Mrs. Pat Johnson, tiiiiiiiiiiiiimnj
Wright :1(I charmed with the surroundings.MMIMiMMIinilllMlimmillllllMMIMIIMMM. >i and J.J. Griffin were
I inent Kissimmee people
lando last night

will leave Saturday for
ti be present when the

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USE OF WHO OR' WHOM. BUSINESS BOOSTERS a. -

CLASSIFIED r Mil 41N +f 4*
Business Boosters (classified advertisements -
TkeYoungManptfie Where Grammar Bunks Up Against ) received after 10 o'clock

Idiom and Gets a 4**. midnight,will baron in.the"Too Late '
'.Dipl01me'Dt' of the nominative to Qaaaxy"column. -

' :fi' Bridge, "who" for the accusative in certain Boosters five lines,'or lew....approximately

** M* *LJ forms interrogation has become,so 80"-worts-one time, 25
.. Imbedded In common usage that re cents; three times 60 cents; one week

: By DOROTHEA HALEIn sort,even now tb'the strictly orthodox |(six LOO;daily one month and one, $3.00.weekly .editions) :. f 410,000 1 Buick Users

practice ,frequently requires, on the ;
part of educated men positive effort or For Rent Six room house $10.00 .
Constantinople there has alwaysbeen prolonged training. It I somehow,doe
month also furnished :
per rooms
} since its conquest by the Turks. not seem natural In the past assuredly -
''miscellaneous population. Persians. this nominative form where precis cheap. 209 West Pine. :

Greeks, racea of western and southern grammar: would, require the ,accus Every One BUICK
FOR SALE-Good Hone. : a ROOSTER i
Europe-are' minted together besides live, turns up with almost Invariable Carriage
.. and Harness. For work driv .
'. : northern Africa. Some oftfieaepeoples' on
Moots pom regularity 1 in works whleb'set out IP .
ing. to Wm.
colonies Apply Halloway, Win- :
. form among
, represent colloquial speech.
, ter Park, Fla. 12t .
themMlve' *..and continue.the customs "Who is it from?" says the. mother .

; ,. .f their native countries. Consequent in Jane Austen's "Pride and Prejn I BUY a lot in Thornton Park, a nice :
lyj there are, aa. great'manl' queer, customs dice" to her daughter, who has juet suburb in east part of the city. Carl .
'
in Constantinople. received a letter. "Who is it like" Jensen. .
.
'Among :these customs perhaps the says the heroine of "Jane Eyre" to St
Strangest is betrothal and marriage John Rivers as she shows him tbf FOR RENT-Three new houses with

among;the Moors. There is no, such picture of Rosamund Oliver. Such ex' five rooms and bath. C. A.3-28-tf Hovey.'

thing u a courtship among them. Mar amples could be multiplied by hun

gages are arranged by contract be dreds. There are cases, Indeed. when For Sale I corner lot, aix room
tween the parents of the groom and the use of "whom" would strike upon
house 11,850.00 if taken before
, April
the bride who do not see each other i the ears of most of us as painfully. '
until they are married. Yet the human pedantic. 909. West- Pena. I

p' heart in these people beats the'same "Who the devil is be talking to?" '
Sir Lucius O'Trigger in Sheri FOR SALE 6H acres with five-room
as among other races. It may be well says .
'. met dan's "Rivals as he notices Captain house on railroad only few hundred 6UICK"24"F
for a bride If she has not some .
feet from stopping place. Plenty of
; man to whom she has given her heart. Absolute soliloquizing. To tolerate"whom" shade and small shrubbery ,Ten ,to
for, fancy free she may fall In lore in place of "who" in such a twelve bearing orange spears
with her husband or at least become sentence as the last would require the and other small fruits. Good hunt--
speaker to be so thoroughly steeped in There is a certain prestige that owning your own '
attached to him as is natural between ing and fishing, and especially suited
these who live and-bring..up children grammar that the sense of traditional 10; those ,who come toFlorida foc.the '7' .' motorcar gives in
together. But woe to the 'young girl usage, which has been hardening Into winter and like the country life with you your community. !

who has seen the man who has inspir Idiom- has at last been completely easy, access'to town. J. P. Perkins. '

, : ed her with a grand passion ,overcome. That height of linguistic Orlando, Fla. General Delivery, : There is a certain satisfaction in knowing you "':
\'Situe'few of us.there are who attain.
The marriage ceremony among these '
Y OAK HILL is the beautifulaub-divis- \
- \ people 1s also peculiar,'u will appear Thomas R. Lounsbury' in Harper's ion to the Northeast of the city andI own a car that wffl take you anywhere and bring ::

In"tie .case'.of a ,young Moorish girl Magazine. still have some choice lots there. .. I : :
, alJJcr.A1Xa. who was'-betrothed to a Carl Jensen. you back. It_is this quality of dependability which -

named Abdul by FURY OF .A SPIDER.An r
l ; young man Holey
: ber' parents but"who' had fallen' in ", ,Wanted-Spare books, magazines, has put 110,000 Buicks,on the road, and it is this

.:' IOT with a,young man she had seen Insect Tragedy as Sun through a etc. Shanibarger's Free Reading
Room and Library. 4-3 d3t-wlt ., sane quality of dependability which has made
tot once. The young especially girls Magnifying GlaNoOne .
ti tf the threshold of womanhood, are day, rumaging in an old desk, 1 Wanted-To trade a Rambler touring - every one_ of those 110,000 ',Buick users a Buick .'
prone to succumb before a single glance found a magnifying glass. It was car for land in good location.

';, ota man who captivates their. fancy September, and In a sunny, weed rid "Trade 59," care Sentinel. 4-3 2t I_ -booster. "

1- and southern races are more :IlaWe .to den corner of the garden I had dis t \ ry" "

._ this than colder blooded peoples oftbe covered a ,big 'black and gold spider WANTED-A position as manager, : The Buick overhead '
yalve motor has
caretaker and collector for more
much who had web between two nonresident t power
j| north. Ayia in crossing that strung her ;
' frequented bridge uniting two parts of tall burdocks And was doing a thriving property owners.; By man of t cubic inch of
.experience who can give it close atI : per piston displacement than any ,
a
Constantinople, stopped:Ito look down : business.in grasshoppers.1Se'ated" tention. Address.i Collector, Sentinel : ., t
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over the side into::ito'-water. While ; ( on'' :the ground. I now SUP. : 4- ., other ,type of motor ever buOt. It costs 'us more "
L doing so she uncovered her face.'' ce 'y led her through Ube\; glass for an [I \
} a there was no man Jbelow. to seeMt.Presently hour u'he,bUDg In the middle of her FOR, RENT-Seven room house, 502 : : ; to make it but.costs you less to run It. "

turning her eyes aside she engine of destruction. When I toucb; 'V?. Central avenue. Enquire of I- .

saw a young man also leaning over the ed the net with my finger she swung Mrs. S. A. Mann. 4- -3l i:

tide but Instead of looking Into the frantically to and fro. prompted doubtless I
t WANTED-Old Mirriors resflvered, I.. ROADSTERS AND TOURING CARS, $950 TO $1650, F. 0. B. .
water he was gazing at her. She saw by.some instinct of self preservation '
making them u good as new New :. .: ;. .
the lovelight In his eyes and uncon but otherwise was as motionless ones made to_order by the latest improved I ORLANDO., Catalogue on Request.
adonslvfreturned it as if carved in jet. French: process and damp .
Covering her face, she pursuer ber Grasshoppers were not very plentiful proof backing put on them. Send 4
way. But from that moment she was as yet but at..last a large green I>>OItaI,. name, and address to H. A.Royston I : : :
changed.; Her young and excitable beIng fellow flew plump Into the tolls the ; and,l will call and take yourMar&lm I

saw' in all about ,her- that face spines on his legs that had so.often dis order.
alone. At least it.Was all. hat excited coursed sweet music 'becoming entan- Cook Automobile Co. : : :
a response in her. Indeed it became gled. Instantly the crafty spider was To Reat-at 308 .West street, ten 'I

t sf>i part, the greater part of her being. all alive. Darting upon her victim. rooms more or leu. Hot and cold i : ;
It was at this time that negotiations she took her station above him. and. water, electric lights Large garden
'"f were entered upon for her marriage hanging by two legs seized him in ber of fruit H. W. HOWARD. Orlando, Florida i i

;&. with Muley Abdul When she,heard other .six and rolled him round andround t .

of them she had not met the' young unswathing him in a band of FOR SALE-New seven-roon house, .
.t: Ban on the bridge and they did not I silver silk until he was U helpless asa with all modern improvements.
t. specially interest her-that is, they i mummy and then she bit him in a 3000. Will take automobile in part
"- were not repulsive to her. After the dozen places with fangs oozing with pay. Address Owner, care Sentinel -

; meeting they..became a horror,to her. poisonAt \ NOISES OF 'PEKING.( r. j,' : : .

But, she: could,,do, nothing ,to prevent the spectacle of her evil eyes WANTED. I -
:,e the union that awaited her. She' had glittering with the lust of killing magnified City lots in exChange for Upright i LIGHT
THE'I
Hideous Din Raised by the VendersThat
met the young man of the bridge as they were by the glass. I piano. Used less than two months.
( but once and even if she had seen turned sick and rolled over on m,' 6t Lock Box 144 Orlando. Throng the Street I
bins often and they had become lovers face among the weeds and lay for a An analysis of the street noises of i PATH TO

It would not have made any difference. long time miserably inert-Atlantic For Exchange or Sale Peking has been made by the corrqr PROSPERITY.

Bbet would have married the man pro Monthly., For acreage or other property in spondent of a western American news I
tided for her and that without havingBeen Orange or Lake Counties for four paper and ought to be useful when the I

him Strange Freak of Memory. dwellings in Pittsburgh, Pa. Houses anti-noise crusade reaches the .orient. : Merchants who use Electric Signs never lose
hinging good rent. All modern build The great, cause of confusion he finds I I
The arrangements for the marriage There is a strange story of how Sir
laving been completed the parents of Walter Scoctt producing "The Bride of ings. Can be handled separate if de- is the various street venders, each of : their way by choosing the wrong road to sue- -

the bride and the groom, who were Lammermoor" during illness, was afterward sired.Address F. JOSEPH RAEHN, .I whom is armed with a noise producing : cess. You simply cannot fail to attract new
both Moors, prepared for the wedding.to found to have forgotten entirely Instrument' by which he proclaims his
:
Orlando Fla.
lmo.17-17
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be celebrated. as it would have been what he had thus created. Accord: trade. customers ii you use an Electric Sign It acts

celebrated 'in Tangier or Tripoli. ing to James Ballantyne, "the book FOR SALE-Furniture of five-room The barber has two prongs of steel I like an irresistible magnet, drawing all :the
Ayxa, u was the custom, was to be :was written ,and published befone Mr. house. New and up-to-date. through which he draws a spike and .1
c carried to her husband at night. The I Scott was able to rise from his bed. Reasonable. 560 Summerlin St, be- thus makes a loud whir. The seller of trade within its reach:. That is the reason

street In the Moorish quarter through i and he assured me when it was first tween Anderson and Palmer. 4-3-3t sweetmeats holds In his rlght'hand two they command the attention of
t' which the bride would pass was lined put into his hands in a complete shape brass cups which he jangles together.The S buyers

.With persons to see her pass. She was that be did not recollect a single Incident Lost-Between Orlando and Alta- buyer of old clothes taps a small

4 at home with her father and mother character .or conversation it con monte turn to, a Sentinel lady's grey rain coat l-4t Re- drum with a bit of tarred bamboo getting For Every Store Owner

f: and the woman who had nursed her tained. The original incidents of the by this combination a plunk plunk

from babyhood. Languidly she bade story which be had known from boyhood FOR RENT-A new eight room house that attracts trade. The man who has C a. -

her parents goodby and left them going ; he still remembered, but he knewno with all modern conveniences. Applyto wicker baskets to sell beats half a No matter how small his business, the' Elec-

: with her nurse, who in accordance more about the story he had written Chauncey Holt, 601 Magnolia street gourd with a drumstick the clothes tric is the
:F With the ceremony was to conduct her than he did before he' began to writeor Apr 2-1 w seller swings a drum which has two Sign cheapest and :most effective -

J. In li@t husband. even think about writing It." These bits of metal attached to it by strings, advertising.
And now comes the strangest part facts were corroborated by Mr. Lock WANTED business partner in ,a the toy dealer strikes a brass gong of (
Of this strange custom. The nurse hart Sir Walter-Scott's'son-in-law and manufacturing business with well a peculiarly penetrating tone the knifegrinder i Phone for our Sign Designer to call andjjsul;

left the house carrying a box which, established trade. Need more capital three blocks of iron together
; biographer so that they are placed beyond and will take partner or will make a claps mit a sketch.
} contained the bride, placed it on a question. and the seller of charcoal announces (
with '
$15,000 to $20-
mole standing before the door then. 000 capita Plant up to date and in his coming by a repeated tap. : No Trouble to Us---No Expense t01Vou.I .

led the animal down the street MovIng Founder' of the Japanese Navy. .excellent condition. Address Manufacturer tap on a block of wood. I
slowly to the sounds of wlerd music The founder of the Japanese navy in care of Sentinel.tf The watchman manages to introducea :
the old woman, the mole and the little variety. He is armed with a
was an Englishman named Will Adams e e t e e e e e l e e
bride within the box proceeded on wooden drum which in different
be
taps -
who went to the eastern seas as: '
their way to the home of the groom. pilot of a Dutch fleet in 1593 and was ADVERTISE measures to mark the different I ORNDO WATER[ & LIGHT C

As they passed house after house cast away in Japan a couple of years IF YOU hours.of the night, The sound of his s

friends emerged to salute the bride. later. He became a Japanese noble Want a Cook drum however, carries no certain as
1' None knew the feelings of Ayxa. forshe On the night when Pekingwas
t surance.
to'thf' Want Partner
and constructor of the navy a COOK WITH GASHMMMMMMMMIItMMMtMMMIMMimnilUM
had not confided them even to her looted would not have known
tycoon but was never allowed to return Want a Situation you .
} mother. What desperate resolve was J
from him that anything was wron
He died about twen _enoeoOo oOoeoOeO
to England. '
Want Servant Girl
1 In her fierce Moorish bosom she kept a
In the intervals of ,the rifle fire the
'f hidden there. A bride who had loved ty years afterward very ingeniously Want to Sell,a Piano sound, of his drum rose undismayed.
half his to his wife
another on her way to ,an unknown leaving property Want to Sell a Carriage I signaling !in 'superb nonchalance the
and family in England and half his .
husband,:bad been found at the door 'Want'toSeUTownProperty 'exciting hours. '
his wife and in Ja
to family
t of his house dead in the box that enclosed pan.property After his death he was delfied.Euhange. .- Want to S ell:,Your: Groceries Th 'fact' is that"he is not on duty to
r her. by her own hand. Indeed Want to Sefl Your Hardware catch thieves or even to scare them off.
3. there were those'along the route wb
watchmen
as are some of the'Japanese Model
Want customers !
remembering this shuddered lest the Anything Grocery
? His function is nobler. The ,sound of
easing concealed But Some Big Numbers. Advertise ,Daily in. This Paper '
.i a corpse. nearly his drum frightens. the spirit of
away 1
-- If UK H tiny..vesserone centimeter Jl + ; :
you '
all loud in Is the to Success .
were as, [their corigratula : cube with hydrogen Advertising Way evil without whose presence no self .
lions as if'.Ayxa 'was"going to tbe.bus' therein. in round corpuscles numbers.five ,you. Advertising; Brings .Customers respecting thief can hope to pull of asuccessful ....i:fr!&
i band of her choice. can hundred place and twenty-five, octillionsof Advertising Keeps Cuftoj&en job. 18 West Church Street
At last the home of the
t, groom was them. If these corpuscles are allowed Advertising Insure Success ..-
reached. He was not at the door to
:; receive ber. but waited for her within to run out of the vessel at the rate Advertising Shows JSnergy The German I and You. FANCY AND STAPLE GROCERIES. NEW AND

When a living, bride stepped from:the of,1,000' per.second it will 1 require' seventeen AdvertisingShowsPlack It is surprising when any one takes FRESH ,
quintillions of years to. empty it. Advertising II "Biz" the trouble to notice how many.letters
box,there were.those in the throng ,who ... .
breathed a sigh 'of'relief Advertise of Bust begin wlth"th pronoun "I. "To Germans We Give Our Personal Attention to Our Customers and

Ayxa was conducted, by her mother One' of the Ways. Advertise Long .. this is egotistical, and their etiquette -
; ta-Uw to the room where ber husband "Who was that seedy individual 1 S Advertise.wenADvERTISE In' letter'writing 'forbids it It Guaraatee-Satisfaction,and Prompt Delivery

+ awaited her There she was left to en saw you give a'dollar tor 'U probably on' the'tame'principle that ,GiveJUs a Trial
MAn old literary friend of mine; author write with small -..,._ ...
ter, alone. She was expected to ad 0 they I flchl'alwsya .... ..:!!Ia 11.-
of Ten Thousand Ways of Making At Once
vane toward him and throw herself '
HODe .' IN THE SENTINEL re-sing
at his feet. Instead of doing co she Sightler' Bros. ProprietorsREIUBESEf1NELFORTllEIES
S. e e e e ;
topped short and fixed ber gaze upon

him Then__ she sank upon the floor in Mind and Matter.TeacherIs I She Agrttd.
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a swoon. there any connection between The Pennsylvania House has taken Wlll-Tbe eight of an old schoolmate IIIIH

In a few.mOments she revived to find mind and matter? Small Boy- an advanced step for ,the protection: It-er-well. it might( be called .both '
Yes if doesn't mind there'll besomething
a boy
herself in the arms of the man she.had ; the matter-Chicago NewsMen of health by passing a "Pure finger- meat and drink.BerthaYes I

married. He was looking; down upon I bowl bill. The vote 144 to 47, indicates : thafi 'what you men
her:wifh love and delight in his eyes anally do In the circumstances,
are born to succeed Ml to fail the seriousness of conditions in -EarMeet
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TAFT NEWS. .
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I Mr. B. F. Bryan attended to buss !- ; WHEN YOU BUYJEWELRY
,.'. in Tampa last week. : IF YOU WANT THE. LiTEST

4 Miss Ethel Hixon, ofC1arcona,F1a. ..
spent last Saturday and Sunday in I I IN '.
Taft' the guest of Mrs. Ora Paige. a!

Mr. Ed. Spahler spent. last Sunday THE LINE OF"UP TO DATE DRY GOODS, CLOTHING, ,
in Sanford. R ,. ftMoaey /I.
R. C. Bryan an employee of Sight- HATS AND SHOES, ALSO, LADIES READY TO WEAR i
1 . .
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Brothers, Orlando, spent last Sun
..DRESSESOF, ALL DESCRIPTIONS COME TO B. SALO- ':, Invested With Us Is'
day in Taft
I Profitably Spent Give Us the
The W. R. C. gave an ice ;cream MON., SATISFACTION GUARANTEED OR MONEY r ; Offortuaity of Being the Source
social at the Nelson House last Fri4ay Of
,Your.SWI1.
night, and a very happy and congenial .?? ", bREFUJfpED.
9
crowd partook; of refreshments. :t You Cannot Judge Ue Unless, '
The house was tastily decorated with Yon See What We Have, and
,Rowers and the American flag. The B. Salomon Orlando Too.We are Always Glad To Show .
Tidies realized a'nice little" sum. of
money for their efforts<< .- You Cannot Judge Us Unless
Messrs. J. H. Eitet, W. W.Phillips .IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIMII' .IIIIIIIMIIIMMM. Make, or Need Anything In Our
, and Mrs. Helen Dennis are attending : \ Line, We Are Sore We Can .
the G. A. R. State, Encampment at J. ,Please You. If You Don't Need
St. Petersburg, Fla., this week. Anything, We Are'Just As Glad
,Mr. I. H. Page and daughter, Miss I To Have You Come Into Our :
,Edna, have returned to Taft after avery URlANIO : is 'COMPANY' Store." .
pleasant trip to Cuba. OI.NK i 1 OUR REPAIR'WORK IS
Miss Effle> Hansell, of Pinecastle PROMPT 'AND ACCUR.,

,spent last Saturday night with friendsin ATE, EVERYTHING. ISGUARANTEED. .
I
_Mrs.Taft.J. P. Miller,, formerly\ one of Capital art Surplus, aidlMvkM Profits SIZO,,".". :

,Taft's highly respected citizens1'diedlast Trial Resovces over Three-f larfers of a Mliioi.v I
Thursday at her mothers,home at
Tifton' Ga. J Report of the Condition of Orlando r Allen & Co. ;
Ed. Collins who has spent several ,
months at Boca Grande, Fla., return. - Bank and Trust Co. Condensed
ed to Taft Tuesday;:' + From Report to Comptroller { f ., '

Chas. Tharp left for Lakeland Feb. 4,1913RESOURCES JEWELERS ;
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last Sunday where,he has the con. H l

tract for building a house. .1 Loans and Discounts .....$39346105 I Orlando FloridaTHE'NE :
_Mrs. Laura Worthington, a traveling . Overdarfta .............. 195.53 : ,
transacted business
saleswoman,
here Monday Ej w ; Stocks and Bonds ....... 28,018.83.
c Real Estate, Furniture and
Mr. I. H. Paige and daughter, Miss '(' Fixtures ... .......... 25,853,44
,Edna, visited Kissimmee Wednesday.Miss .i
Cash on hand and in Banks,215osuat660,31LI8
Eleanor VanDuzor, of Orlan
do, after spending the day with Mrs.
''B. F. Moon last Wednesday, left in v
the evening for Kissimmee to visit 1*J &W t LIABILITIES CASH STORE
friends. 11 Capital Stock ...........100000.00
Thirty of Taft's folks gath Surplus and Undivided
young ; Profits ..........
eked at the home of Ed. Sphaler TuesdaT '22, 3 .33
... ............
Deposits ,
J,night.. ,.it being:Ed's,.. .twenty-second. : 537,4186 Cor. South and Hughey Sts.
}.t **** -' ..
birthday. Games, contestsjmd music j
furnished' iientlhif; for 'the $660 11,3 18t WE 'BUY FOR CASH AND SELL FOR CASH.. WE

eveningf buffet lunch was served I We invite the attention of.our ens. KEEP OUR EXPENSES DOWN AND,CONSEQUENTLY -
in the dining room, the center of the {, tomers and friends to' our statement CAN KEEP OUR PRICES DOWN
table ,was- adorned.., with a large birth above and wish to assure them that
day cake decorated with candles. we' appreciate 'their. patronage' and Our Prone No. Is
AU left at a late hour wishing Ed ask for a continuance of urns.Don't .
,many returns of the day. forget that our deposits are And an Order will Have Prompt Attention, and will be
Miss Edna Paige of Glenn Castle, insured Delivered to Any Part'of the City
N. Y., was an out of town guest. A cordial invitation is extended' to I
Mr. and Mrs. Bay Graves who left visitors in our city to call anil open D. a RAYBON, Proprietor: ORLANDO, FLA. .
last Monday for their summer homeat Mel Sites 6everne sad My.fefestory.. ,account with M.
Clyde, 0., are stranded this' aide L td'_ r! ;i ,f' : T k OU : J
of Cincinnati on account of the.high :i
waters. JJt'F < Mllttil.
;'Schumann of Orlando, was a I

business Orlando Mrs. W.'Tuesday visitor A. Lewis In, Taft was\ last a week.visitor. in I W. MSLEM QNS REAL( (ESTATE A 1( fOR SALE[



THE SECOND,WILSON f

One of"the most-interesting characters The, trend-of Orlando's, ,Growth is

in, the new cabinet and one . ' Northeast. Lewter's Addition and

most intimately of Indiana'known and Pennsylvania in die coalfields Our. New Spring Stock is Coming In Sunshine Park are there. Near by ,

)is the new and'ftr.t secretary, of. the is Paradise Hill. Let me show
AdipartmenTof labor William R. Wil And w.will offer to yon a Choice Selection of High Clan Goods you

son. Ho is brit) known in Indiana as M&DRY: GOODS. ,ALL THE,STAPLE AND USEFUL -
'th/chief"lieutenant of John Mitchell GOODS as well as FANCY SILKS, and FINE DRESS GOODS,
l''during.tht'days;when'that great labor HOSIERY IN SILK LISLE AND CO'l'rON"and the Many Accessories f

'leader commanded the admiration of t |.j..t ., that Women Use. t F. A. Lewter

all Soon classes after everywhere.coming to Washingtonhe Bargains Six Days in Every Week . r

went over to Alexander,.Va., with IlllillllliBRIGHAM
)Senator Kern amPHenry George: We carry an the time a large stock;of SHOES of the best
"'where the three addressed a public makes and newest1!styles.:- KING QUALITY MEN'S SHOES.
meeting! of working men, and all werewonderfuhy7impressSl ,CRADDOCK TERRY'S WOMEN'S SHOES AND CHILD- & HILL f
ith the REN'S SHOES. NONE BETTER ARE SOLD, IN THIS .
'speech" *of W.". If.t&'t'1# : occasion.i MARKET t tSCHLOSS r -,' .
*Educated in the mines, steeled in poverty BROS. FINE'SUITS FOR MEN at 115. O, "$20. NEWS AGENTS
and the most grinding toil, his 25.00 and $30.00. are unsorBassed.. for STYLE. FIT AND
furrowed face shows that he has QUALITY* d" .
known the meaning' of trouble and LORD BALTIMORE BOYS' SUITS WILL BE SURE TO Orlando Stationery, Souvenir and Curio Storeu.
TfonVrto It Is Tsorf; bf'"AbLin.: PLEASE YOU.
coin .face. !His eloquence ,is that of WIN CHtmCK mIlT 4
heart aniThead. All .. j
the were, prepared -: '
I
;tor'a l..1Inllpee not for a D n .." ,II ' 11:"
scho1' rltonet\ and they heard both. UNDERTAKER ARMSTRONG
like moil.men"'of VealVbrth, he I isitotpriUnUoui'ln'hli W. M. SLEMONS

manner Ht'ia The ARTISTIC PICTURE FRAMER of Orlando
modesty perionlfltd. Ho has been
/ . _. PINO "' 1
content to just bend down indW, rk -- -- 8TKIC0T
In eongrtii for tIthe boy I" back home. ,
'fb'"' grutet tribute- Iy'r''paid him s < ; -T.- - I, :f'; '-- -" __ _ , ...
was at muting called recently to WILCONI,TO THE H. iLl,
protest spinet the barbarism that THEOAKLAND I EVERYTHHGIN STRAIGHT
Menu to hays fastened a;deathhold on I RIVAL PAlM
West Virginia''.' All'thi iptaken'wore -. . ; For Salt at aU Cigar Storw '

fresh from the scene of outrage-all Orludo'i Niwett Ciga r Made IB Orlando, IBaYlY.
win socialists. But then socialist 'TBEiCAR'TllATQDtYBODY BARBERSHOP FEEDLIVE
asked "SUI)" Wilson, a democrat, to ;, .lid FI.rWaV ...n
preside! And every, , Mother Jones-who they 'would like I I new, individual -FOR-, u' ( .' I :.) 1
to murder in West yirginialown' ,, JAW< I electric attachments at every HERMAN H. FINDER M'f'f
paU beautiful tribute to Wilson1 chair.: No stone has been left f
worth. It was Mother Jones who related . .ABOUT, unturned to make this shop i ctMrsACH 212 Sooth Orange
'
the story,of how Wilson walked meet th ereqoirements' the 3
140 'ul lei 'over'the :mountains to organize ASK FMt' IEIWNSTIATWNMAGRUDER most particular. Plenty of:

a miner' local in Pennsylva room.. Courteous attendants. ,!+: : -L T. Mustard

ni& r I w 8 E ELIJAH:WHITEHEAD, ,
I 'Proprietor.: The Grain Man.C Oscar=Hand iliE

LANGUAGE Orange Ave, Orlando, Fla..: :tar* Sired Pe
.- ,; -: J8 & SonSaCClllOn caiRermsr.
I ..
Dr.Oder tells the following to illustrate < to & Hand
the elasticity of the English

language, as used by the .southern all of them the negress,returned evas- ")yu it a hard object or a soft ob- negress turned to the physician. !'Totell FULL LINE OF COMPLETE Manicure I Face and Pedicure, | Shampoo l
negro. ive answers. Finally, she admitted ject?" the truth,doctor,I was jest simply HOUSE .FUR Scalp Manage. f
One day there came to the clinic a that she "hit "ToI1'by hard" NISHINGS .
was by object tickle in the face by a gen'leman
negfcss with a broken jaw. The examining "Was .it a large object or a small "Was coming rapidly or slowly?" friend. . :Parlor over Dlckson & Ires store .
physician intent on discover object?" asked the physician. "ToIe'b, fast"* COME IN AND SEE US
ing the exact nature and extent of the! "Tollety large." Then, her patience exhausted,, the comer Orange and Central '
: WANTED-Ctaurngi at this olee
I injury, asked numerous questions. To A TeDUel.

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1' IIMIililllilllilllllHIIilliiilliilllMMIMMMil CIRCUS FARM UNDER WATERA -
- - - -
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r --- n -- -- r
r FORTUNE IN ANIMALS LOST

,
Louis C. Massey President -
,
At Peru Indiana, Ben Wallace, the

: I ...... w..., v-.r... L ".... 11wa Orble great circus man has a large farm J- ..... ..3'::< : : Howtri C Babeoek. All !A.N wtH.An't CMkhr where he makes winter headquartersfor r .
his circus and menagerie. Here >
.
OuterTHE were maintained, besides his palatial -
j
"
.' home, palatial barns, heated by steam, : .:
comfort for wild animals and car- 'a.f". '
r ing for his great collection of wild { .

animals and several hundred valuable .

STATE BANK horses. .
The farm is located in the Wabash

valley which was swept by the flood,
and nearly all of the animals were I
lost either by drowning or escape and "Ir I lr T [ MONEY"[

Orlando
li of the property writes loss: is great A correspondent -

\ How times have heard and
A{ Horse in Parlor many you

The great Wallace show farm is a
possibly made that exclamation! and
ti, TIIEOIASTBANK1NTIIEaTY wreck. All the menagerie has floated
down the river including seventeenof

-AND-:1: the twenty-one elephants. The remaining "IT IS NOT WHAT YOU EARN BUT WHAT YOU
. ..
.
__4 I
- --- animals are so wild with fear
of the water that they broke down SAVE THAT COUNTSTen
:: The Bank which transacts more business than several of the small houses on' the

r'J any Bank between Jacksonville and Tampa farm in their efforts to escape the cents saved each day for ten years will
water. Wallace's pet horse and a pig
a are marooned in his parlor, but are give you a bank account of nearly half a

I The large patronage of this Bank has been built up still alive. thousand dollars, if your savings are de-

during twenty years by conducting its business on sound Elephants at Large ,
Elephants are beseiging the beau posited each month with
' banking principles with careful attention to the legiti- tiful brick country home of Ben Wal-

mate wants of customers. The confidence of the publicis lace, the circus man, Mr. Wallace and '

reflected in the large amount of deposits. family said to and have sixty taken of his refuge employes in are the [ PEOPLES[ NATIONAL l BANE

4 Average deposits First Quarter of 1913, $900,000. house. Persons returning to Marion THEPoor

last night from a trip to Peru, give
h I the following account of events at the per cent interest compounded quar-

4 FOUR PER CENT PAID ON SAVINGS ACCOUNTS Wallace home yesterday. terly upon Savings Accounts. $1 opens an

a Those imprisoned in the Wallace account. Open yours with us today!
mansion by the flood are in great .

I danger of being killed by beasts

?i ; Our correspondent banks are located in every part of which have escaped from the winter
quarters of the Wallace circus.
| the world and include some .of the largest Banks in the Three large elephants believed to

United States. be the only survivors of the menag-
erie of the circus beseiged the house .

Er tlllllllllllHH I Tuesday night and Wednesday. They

.r tried time and again to effect an en- '. .
: THE- ING.-I house and in ; 11 :'.. ' .: : : _' ,
PLEASANT AFTERNOON, AT THE BAPTIST ME trance to the doing so :
ROSALIND. I destroyed all the windows to the .
The services at the First Baptist lower floor. ,
-
x Forty guests were present for the I'church continue with growing inter- The animals seemed to want to get

at the Rosa- ntd the house for shelter and not to I
Auction Bridge party est.On
4 lind Club rooms yesterday afternoon, Wednesday night the preachertook rill the men and women refugees I .
committee Mrs. for his text the words of Paul, there. It was feared the beasts 1-
and the Hospitality .
M. B. Davis, chairman and Mrs. Grey "God Forbid That I Should Glory, would tear down the house in their .
; Rush, Miss Bumby and Miss Person Save In the Cross of Our Lord Jesus efforts to get into it. GASKINS LEADING AS CALL'S
Christ" He of Paul The white horse a favorite SUCCESSOR.Special .
a. had many pretty compliments paid spoke as a won- big long -
derful illustration of the transforming with Ben Wallace is
them for their skill in the arrange- reported tobe
entertainment power of the cross. Paul gloriedin > in the parlor of the mansion, while to the Sentinel COMPLETE
; ment of so pleasant an -
that transforming power. He pigs are running at will i n the hall- That Attorney P. L. Gas dns is now

Miss Hattie Hudson made a splen- gloried in the privilege of preachingthe ways. One of the latter is said to well in the lead in the race for appointment STOCKOF

the entire win- gospel for which the Cross have been butchered in the house as Judge of the Fourth
did score during play,
I
ning the first prike. stands. He gloried in the privilegeof Wednesday morning as the people Judicial Circuit, to succeed Judge
Rhydon M. Call, who has been elevated -
suffering for the Cross. I were out of food. ;
After the covers were placedon
games I
the card tables and iced tea, nut At the close of the sermon, a num- A small boat loaded with provi- to the Federal bench, is the general -

bread and sandwiches were daintily, ber testified to the power of the Crossin sions reached the house yesterday opinion of Jacksonville lawyers.
their salvation. afternoon. It is believed these will Gaskins is a young man and regarded Spring
served the committee.
by
Last night the subject of the ser- last the flood prisoners until theycan as an able lawyer. He is a nativeof
mon was "Repentence." The con- be removed from the house. Florida and a graduate of Prince-

FRIENDS OF ORLANDO DEPART. gregation is increasing every night "Red" Maize, conductor of the C. ton University and the law schoolof Styles

and much interest is being mani- & 0., known from one end of the line Harvard University. It is under-
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Briggs and sis- fested. to the other, is reported to have stood that he has private means, so

ter, Miss Briggs, who have been The subject for tonight will be, drowned. Maize, it is said, rescued that the fact of the judicial position
spending several months at the Lake "Christ Made Perfect Through Suf- more than 100 people in South Peruin carrying a small salary will probablynot

View enjoying Orlando life leave to- fering." All are invited. a small boat. While taking a prove a bar to his acceptance.Of FASHIONABLEAND
day for New York, where they will woman out of her house the boat was course, the appointment depends
visit a son of Mr. and Mrs. Briggs. overturned and both were swept down upon Gov. Park Trammell, but since
HIGH SCHOOL DEFEATS INDE-
After spending several weeks there, PENDENTS.This the; river. State Senator Calkins, of Fernandina, Bt COMING
they will proceed to Milwaukee, where has definitely announced that he is nota

they will visit another son, before candidate, the situation has been
afternoon the base ball team POST MASTERS TAKE A SKID- .
going to their home at Briggsville, considerably cleared.
of the school defeated the Orlando DOO
high -
f friends
Wis. The Briggs made many Straw
.t during, their stay in Orlando and it Independents to the tune of The Times-Union says: "For lum-
15 to 5.. The boys have been practic- As a result of the extension of the
bid them
{ is with regret that they ber shipments March was a splended
ing hard since their recent defeat in classified civil service to include
. even a temporary adieu. month, a total of 43,870,000 feet being
Mr. and Mrs. Briggs and also Miss Tampa, and put up a very fast game. fourth-class postmasters and the an- forwarded coastwise by steam and Hats
bolive, the star twirler of the 0 nouncement that postmasters of that
enthusiastic in their feet
Briggs, are sailing vessels, while 1,793,000
their H. S. team put up fourteen strike- class would be asked to qualify in a
praise of Orlando and announce went to foreign shores, making a
intention of returning next fall The outs to his credit. This a very good competitive examination, the postoffice grand total of 45,609,000 feet of lum-
record for school when he has been flooded with .
;. Sentinel will go to their town each a high boy, department ber shipped from the port of Jack-
c gets up against men. resignations from the service. At "
week. sonville as the record for the month.
Batteries 0. H. S.: Dolive and present resignations are reaching the

Gould; Independents, Bennett and department at the rate of about twenty Mrs. Charles Luther and little son, Brown & Lartigue
f UNITED STATES AND CHINA
Wright. ; a day and officials say that about who have been the guests of Capt.

I two thousand fourth-class: postmastershave John F. Luther, at his pretty bunga- 1
The United States has
government resigned since the executive
LUCERNE THEATER TODAY low on North Orange avenue for the
decided to formally recognize the new
order putting them into the civil ser-
left for their I
ten Tuesday
THREE REELS days
r past
republic of China, and why not? This vice I issued. -
ALL WESTERN PROGRAM was home in Beaufort, S. C. Capt. Luther : -- -
countries have been -
all other
and These resignations in most
' about the awful conditions Down On the Rio Grande ... Lubin part accompanied them as far as Jacksonville -
harping from the smaller offices where
China under the old regime, and we A thrilling Western story. come the emoluments of the office small returning yesterday via the St.
"And His Wife Came Back" VitagraphA are Johns river boat to Sanford and auto-
have sent missionaries over there by crakerjack comedy : and not much I inducement for post- mobile to this city. SPECIAL[ ANNOUNCEMENT[ [
her and
the score to reform people, masters to hang on to them. How-
"Broncho
now that reform has been brought Billy and the SherifTh Kid"A ever, it is certain that many postmasters -
The Leon County Cattle Improve-
Western thriller with
about by the efforts of China herself, offices will
holding
now good resign -
Mr. G. M. Anderson ment Club was organized in Talla-
and evolved out of
a new republic one when
good representative men
:PICTURES TODAY THE KIND hassee a few days ago. At this meet-
of the worst for
excuses governmentthat are recommended to succeed them. John S. Rowlandtakes
resolved the membersto
it by
I YOU LIKE ing was
the world has known
ever why to back
Many postmasters prefer get
Special Matinee 3:30 to 5 p. m. five build a public cattle dipping vat
should the nations under civilized
rule stand back' until the financiersand I f I! cents to all Night shows 7 to 10 into business. at once,(so that a public demonstration this means of announcing to his patrons

speculators give them the beck:: Entire Balcony five cents. Lowe: might be held early in the legis- that beginning with

to recognize this new republic. l, Floor 10.cents. GRAND THEATRE."The lative session. Money enough for this
A f I I, Final Justice," Vita graph- purpose was subscribed before the Monday Morning March 31
AT THE FAVORITE TODAY drama. A pleasing picture. meeting closed. A meeting to organ- ,
LAKE VIEW AVENUEThe Waterloo" Lubin- ize similar club in Columbia countywas
"The Mayor's a
of business will be number
Vengence ..... ......... ... ... .Imp comedy. A woman's career on the held in Lake City Tuesday. his place *
property owners of Lake View, A commissioners."The I
big two reel drama showing the board of
a pretty little suburb to the north- pardoned mysterious convict and Photograph and the Blotter," CATHOLIC BAZAAR 17 Church Streetin
: west of Orlando, were before the city
' the killing of a burglar. A magnificent Edison-drama. A good picture with
council last night with a petition to Remember the bazzar to be held
. picture. perfect photography.
the store formerly occupied by J. T.
change the name of Lockhart roadto Prof. Bliff .............. ......Imps this week by the ladies of the Catholic Seegar.
Lake View avenue. The world's greatest hypnotist as GRADUATE NURSES WILL MEET Church in the old Hyer building cor- In addition to the large stock of groceries

These people are entitled to a he appeared before the crowned TONIGHT. ner of Orange and Central avenues, which henow has Pine Street he
has
: change, and the name is suited to the on ,
heads of Europe. His first lesson. All nurses possessing diplomas are Thursday Friday and Saturday, 3rd,
location and is appropriate. The Open two to five; 6:45 to 10 p. m. requested to gather at eight o'clockat 4th and 5th of April. There will be purchased the Seegar stock and will consoli--

people who live out there maintain Five cents to all. the private hospital of Dr. Mc- .for sale an assortment of needlework,I. date them as above stated in the Church
nice homes and are showing a dispo- Ewan. delicious meals for which the ladiesare Street

sition to help make a greater Orlandoand THE NEWEST THINGS OUTIn noted, ice cream and cake and room.

the Sentinel hopes that the city Cow Boy and Indian Suits. Boys Mr. and Mrs. Mather Smith,. whose prizes. To his former patrons he wishes to take

dads will grant thier request. Bathing Suits, One and Two Piece delightful home at Oakland is the Come, enjoy yourself, and help a this means of thanking them for past favors

Suits. Bathing Shirts and Trunks 25,. scene of many merry parties duringthe good cause.
Love makes a husband'devoted and ,35 and 50c the suit winter months, entertained most and invites old and new customers to come

attentive to his wife but fear is J. C. ANNO, delightfully a number of friends at Money to loan on improved property., to his new place of business.
sometimes Just as effective. Et The Boys' Clothier dinner last evening. & Y. War. I

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