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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 8, 1913
Frequency: daily (except monday)
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando
Coordinates: 28.533611 x -81.375833 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1913.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 1, no. 269 (Dec. 20, 1913).
General Note: J.F. Schumann, editor.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 4 (Feb. 14, 1913).
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VOLUME ONE ORLANDO, FLORIDA, TUESDAY-, APRIL 8TH, 1913. 1
NUMBER 49.



: WIN cm CON GRESS MEETS MANY CASES Of fLORIDA SnKS !STORM CAPITAl ''OPENING O OI OTHE SESSION




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OLD TALLAHASSEE FULL OF THE WORST AT CAIRO PASSED SOME LEGISLATION
MAY BE DEVISED
THE BILL CUT RATES SO DRASTICALLY AMERICAN SUFFRAGETTESCALL THE
LIFE AND CAPTIVITY FOR -MANY CASES ARE RELIEVED TO PROVIDE FOR FIRST DE110CRA TIC' oN,
ON
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THAT SIXTY-EIGHT CONGRESSMEN I
GRESS IN SEVERAL
OF SESSION. LIVE YEARS
OPENING
BY CHARITY THRIFT AND
CARE OF
MILLIONS OF REVENUE TO AID THEM JN WINNING I
LY FIGHT FOR SENATE MUCH TO DO. THE WOODLANDS. I i MET IN WASHING TON
WILL BE DEPLETED IF e' THEIR FIGHT.
PRESIDENCY. Special to the Sentinel Special to the SentWashington -..' Special II YESTERDAY.

Tallahassee, April 7.-This city is IT SHOULD PASS. Cairo, Ill., April 7.-The Ohio river D. C., April 7.-Pub- I "Washington to the Sentinel, D. C., April ?.-Immortal l I I I Washington, D. C., April 7.-Tip

full of life and activity today. Practically flmchl a the IhntimLWashington was still stationary at 54.7 feet and lic-spirited citizens in Florida have five hundred American sufI Sixty-third Congress, the first Dea-

all of the members of the D. C., April 7.-The unless heavy rains set in it is be applied to the Department of Agriculture I fragettes entered the national cratic Congress in years, opened today

legialature which opens Thursday tariff bill was drawn jointly by President lieved the crest of the flood has been for information. upon which I'I for their suffrage amendment capitol to the at noon with the avowed purpose at
Wilson and the
morning are now in the city, and House Ways reached. While danger will continueas a law may be based for the protec,I|I federal constitution. revising the country's tariff laws.
and Means Committee and introduced
their hundreds of friends who a reat long as the river it above the flood tion of the State's forests. They:I There was no attempt at repetition President Wilson said as the session .
the of the session of the
pulling wires for "jobs" are also here opening stage, the citizens are more confident hold. that fire, careless cutting, and '', of the disgraceful scenes that marred begun that he was "on the hvcP

button-holing representatives and Sixty-third Congress includes provision tonight than since the river began destructive turpentining methods have .I the suffrage pageant on March 3rd as to whether the tariff should be revised

senators. There os but one fight of for the wildest kind of reciproci rising and feel confident that the .water impaired a foremost industry of the{'I and the police kept perfect order. I schedule by schedule of in &
The bill cuts the rates
ty. new so single bill
any consequence on.' This is for will begin to subside before many State and unless some legislation i is The event is notable in that it is Seven Democratic members -

presidency of the senate. SenatorsF. drastically that $68,000,000 of revenuewill days. devised to provide for thrift and care I the first time any'body of petitioners ,of the Senate finance comTi tts

M. Hudson, of Miami and Her ; be depleted from the receipts Soldiers are still patrolling the city in the management of- woodlands, I have been permitted to enter the agreed unanimously with the /resident

bert Drane of Polk county are the of the United States government if and great watchfulness is being.main- loss I capitol and petition statesmen for, a schedule by schedule revision

leading candidates. Senator J. D. it should pass. tained over the levees. In such cases much help can be sonally. per but at its conclusion the ,President
I
Atkinson of Bradford county is also This is exclusive of $29,000,000 cot The steamer, Illinois, returned to gained by ascertaining what good legislation Permission had been given them said he would still further 'eft-

running, but his support is not strong poration tax which must be repealed Cairo tonight from a relief trip up has been passed in other,I request of President Wilson, who also on 1 sider the matter before Teaching &

because of income tax of the
bill 1 decision.
enough to damage either of the oth I the Ohio river. Every ounce of eighty States. In Louisiana, which has a advised that ,
protection
every and
.
levies to make for the tariff deficit The
er two so the majority of the wise up tons of supplies carried on the strong law providing for a State Conservation ' courtesy be given the marchers by President had fairly made-op

ones declare.It boat were distributed and appalling Commission, conditions are.|the authorities of the city and his mind more effective and believes
I The income I cap- that
tax as previously announced ; such measure could
seems certain that Charles Fin- conditions were found throughout the. analogous to those in Florida, particularly -:I itol. pass. E*
exempts $4,000 a year and told the Senators that he did
nod
district.
ley will be elected secretary of the as to the Gulf coast portion.i I
senate and that John G. Kellum will I imposes graduated assessments of Five hundred refugees were given But if Florida attempts to deal with I think any Senators, voting against.

be made clerk of the house. These ''I from one to four per cent incomes, rations at Mound City. One hundred its turpentining problem it will have CUPID SCORES AGAIN. the .bill, would venture to bear the
ranging from $20,000 to $400,000 andover burden of for defetfr-
veterans and have lined aided at Malford responsibility
men are up Ky., and Caseyville to adopt legislation that will be i
the votes and fixed their fences.,There above minimum. One per cent and three hundred were found I agroundbreaker. 'I Robt. M. Morgan Weds Miss Shelley ing the party program. It was suggested

are several dozen little chaps here to low rate and four per cent high rate. destitute. I Notwithstanding Smith of Orlando. that the Lousiana Senators

fill the jobs. Just who is to be whois : It is estimated the tax will raise near Two hundred cases of small pox fact that entirely' the. unboubted Robt M. Morgan, the popular would oppose the bill, but the President -

of revenue fore than found :I unnecessary damage agent of the Southern Express Com- it was said, took account (2
not known. However the II were at Rosa Clair
num : and Spar is done when too small timber
is
of young patriots here to take beenough to make up the cuts which Mines. turpentined 1;i I puny at this city, and Miss Shelly l that loss, but figured that the mess

the burdens of office is unusually theoretically, at least,' will result indirect i I or when too many faces j I:Smith, of Orlando, were quietly married ore still would have enough votes U
are put on tree
a
when
large .and active. benefit to the ultimate con or boxing is at the home of the bride's parents pass. ,

TO e friends extraordinarily of Senator Atkins claim sumer. WOMAN SUFFRAGE IN MICHI resorted to methods instead of the more modern Mr. and Mrs. Aubrey Smith, of The Senators went away with tbr

The tariff bill makes drastic GAN. cup no State has yet Orlando, at 3 o'clock impression'' that while' the
Thursday
that he is holding the balance of ) ,*. proper dealt with this form of April Presided
er in the race for boss of the,senate cuts in all necessity particularly Special to the Sentinel- forest resorces. Other waste of of the the '3rd. The Rev. Wray of the Methodist was still open to' conviction, he wur
table'netesaities, such as meats of aspects church officiated inclined somewhat to the single tan! '
and they believe that he will be ableto
Lansing Mich. Forest
April 7.-The problem however
t all kinds which equal and es pec-, Mrs. Morgan is well
dictate terms wit hthe winner. are placed on the known to
suffrage amendment tally the bill.The
to the forest fire
However, the two leading candidates'each ,free list, butter, eggs and milk heavily State Constitution is scheduled Michigan to be been) the subject of effective problem, have Plant City pepole, with whom she is entire question must be decided
reduced. Humble legislation -, very popular., She as far 'as the President's
believe that there is ; potatoe emancipates was designer in wishoi
no question voted '
I on today by both sessions of in nineteen states
,
as to who wiU win. Both Hudson and from ;duty. Raw wool, free. the particularly the millinery parlors of Mrs. L M. are concerned, before the -Democratic
; = Legislature. in New
Opinion Jersey, Maryland and is-l
regarding Loa
-and Anderson here for
,Woolen cotton two
manufacturersdeeply and caucus meets tomorrow.
seasons,
Drane of the f\
claim
majority votes the
success of the bill is about aqually iana.
her -
and it will take the caucus r cut Agricultural machineryfree. divided. Even t ,pleasant manners and attractive Representative. Mitchell Pate

tonight to determine the matter. f.t Steel and some other deriv- has so distant a State as Oregon j personality won her many tfiend ss: I er, of Pennsylvania, chairman of the
forest
some fire laws
aU events, the raw,will. be close, and fries free' and there are heavy cuts in of the officials' which in theopinion Mr. and Mrs. Morgan will ,have caucus, sought the President's opiniom

it" would iiiii..ft'tldh 'tojffajison ; stee..,,.ch,micals '-woolijcotton :andj ORDER, .-750,000,.)BOXES JDF' TINPLATE . mde!! bbattrbe'"idepted of the eParl-1! rooms at the home of Mi. and ,Mrs, as to whether the Uucus tomorrow

has a 'little' better' of:tttie :argument food schedules, throughout: ,Apparently ; dy/Florida.: They to Geo"Foster"for.the-present.. should be- pen. __I,
point out that
the'new bill will effect a heavy w the, The Courier extends congratulations "I have always been in favor it

saving to consumer.It Swansea, Wales, April 7.-An order great curse of southern woodlands is ; and best wishes.-Plant City the open caucus," said the President.
I fire. Even *
NEW SEMINOLE is the president's belief, however, for seven' hundred and fifty thousand when it is intended, that Courier. ..
CLOSES FOR cut-over lands shall be 1- .......; .. . w
SEASON. that the cost of living will not be I boxes of Welsh tin plate was received transformed '"-,.. t FUNERAL OF MRS. H. K. FULEfc
brought here into farm lands, repeated fires in the!:
directly by the passage of today from an American WRECKED BARK.

Mr. Foley has closed the New Seminole this bill. He hopes it will break upmonopoly company. Forty thousand boxes are I 1 woods have burned up the leaves and I{ Apopka, Fla., April .-The funeral -

for the season but is still conducting of opportunity enjoyed by to be shipped during the present from twigs on the ground and kept, them I Bay City, Ore., April 7.-Cherles of the late Mrs. H. K. Fuller wu
the Inn many combinations_ i of industry and month. The cessation 'of the American decaying to form leaf mold. The S. Fisher held here
of which he is own I president of the Fisher En yesterday afternoon aat -
er. He has made Winter Park famous thus indirectly accomplish the purpose demand for Welsh tin two years southern soils, both clay and sand,I gineering Corporation, Russell Black- the interment was in the city cerat- -

by the,building and operating of which is to bring down the cost I ago was severely felt here and the according to the Department's experts ,man, secretary of the same company, tery. Rev. A. A. Rickert, of Orlando -

the New Seminole. of living until it is within reach of resumption of business was received need nothing so much as this I]and two sailors of the wrecked Ger officiating. Hammond & Gore

The excellent appointments of this I the wage earner. The new tariff is with great rejoicing by the producers. organic matter, or humas, and, as Dr. man bark Mimi, were rescued this were the undertakers.

hotel, together with the splendid introduced in the house today and cant make humas out of smoke." morning. Many of the others who The pall bearers were Messrs. W.

management( has, in the brief timeI I will pass the house. Already a powerful SIX DROWN IN GERMANY. The. that Oregon timberland law, just passed, provides were on board jumped into the sea T. Champneys, Charles Swick, Cad

it was open to the public this season, alliance between sugar and wool State shall owners in the I and were drowned.It Lim, J. K. Swick and D. High. Is* ;

given it a standing with- hotel patrons men will be made to defeat it in the Bernburg, Germany, April 7.-A seasons of' fire patrol their holdings in is believed these four will be the funeral was attended by a large gathering
danger and
if ,
second to in the senate. they total of survivors. There twen of sympathizing friends.
none State. Every German soldier and five children, who fail to do so the State shall were
maintain
,person who was. priviledged f to tarry -b had asked him to take them for a a patrol, the cost of the < ty-two men aboard. She was a noble Christian womtc>
patrol to be
there a while this' season entertainsa STREET CAR STRIKE. sail on the river Saale, were drowned attached and honored ,by all who knew her.
as a tax lien
hope of doing so another season. today by the usetting of the boat property. In the opinio of against the the KILLED IN AUTO CRASH. Clay Stewart, sole of Mr. and MIL

Mr. R. C. Folley, in a few weeks, will Special to The Sentinel i The soldier was a good swimmer, but of the Department officials J. C. Stewart of Plymouth, who hit

return to Charlavoix, Michigan, wherehe Buffalo, N. Y., April' 7.-After a exhausted himself in trying to rescue most important this is one of the Lincoln, Neb., April 7.-John Mil been quite ill for some days, was

owns that famous summer hotel,!day of turmoil and disorder, culminating the children. and advanced fire ler, an automobile driver, was killed taken to Dr. C. D. Christ's Sanitar

The Belvadere, one of the foremost tonight in a series of riots be State protective laws yet passed by any and Grace Young, Mrs. J. A. Mc- ium in Orlando Saturday for treatment
tween strikers and strike-breakers they think its successful passage Manaman John
'in Michigan. I BIG NIGHT WITH MASONS is due Kahler and Eugene
to the
excellent
T the Street Railway Company an educational Williams were hurt
Mr. F. H.: Irish, that born managerof work done seriously when '
hotels, will return to HarborSprings I nounced at 8 p. m., that operation of To be a Master Mason, is"an am- Fire Association by the Oregon Forest the automobile in which they were JOAN OF ARC CANTATA TO BI
all cars be abandoned until tomorrow 'bitio'n a voluntary organization riding ran into the Thompson fountain GIVEN BY MENDELSSOHNCLUB
where he conducts the worthy
Club, any man, and many a of timberland
,,when it is believed the militia will owners. in South Eleventh street late CHORAL.One .
has j
one of the houses that caters to the! man, risen to high and noble positions

most ,critical hotel crowds in the,',arrive. I. because he was responsive to last night. of the best ,things of the season -

country. Irish is the sort of man Early-in the day the company gave that ambition and obedient to the SUPREME COURT RULING. in the way of home talent affairs

who can take care of the people who up trying to operate the .cars outside teachings of Master Masonry. ATTENTION LADIES. will ,be the Cantata on Fridq

dine at hotels and demand the best of the business section. Patrolman Tonight the local order will confer Washington, D.C April 7.-TheSupreme I night, April 11th. The music is ei',

that can be had. Kingston, while guarding a car, by their Past Masters the Master Court today ruled that the I Misses Hamilton & Dunn, who always l pecially beautiful and it will be ,%

Mr. Irish and his father also conduct was struck by a brick that broke his degree on worthy subjects. negligence of a doctor must be proved know how to interest ladies, treat to all lovers of good music. Tte
and before damages can be recovered by have a half announcement in this
the soloists
the hotel nose totally destroyed sightof The page of the evening are amore
at Harber Point, the presentation of jewels to past
both eyes.! patient. The case was that of An issue that is worth a half hour's study the most popular singers in this
section
Masters
home of be
summer Chicago millionaires will a part of the impressive -
nie Sweeney, against a Washington by the ladies. Here, are three big of the country. The Mendelssohn
Little Traverse ceremonies of the
on bay, near evening.
physician, she was burned by an bargain days in the very things 1 ladies Club always aims to
Petoskey.AN ONE OF OUR BIG GROVE OWN- Refreshments will be served, andit give tk*
X-ray machine.
ERS. are looking for at this season. very best attractions and this will bt
promises to be an evening full of I I
EXTENSIVE NEWSPAPERMr. refreshing enjoyment. The sales days are Thursday, Friday i no excetion to_the rule and a "stag

Mr. J. C. Clawson, who owns several SAYS GRANDFATHER WAS NOT and Saturday. Misses Hamiltonand ing room only" house is looked tate

N. H. Fogg, the champion fine groves in this county out CITY CHARTERS SLAIN. Dunn are artists in their fin as the prices will be within the reack

breeder of Duroc hogs carried ain n ad in the McDonald neighborhood and and they study both the market and of everyone. Keep the date in rain,
also another Lake San Francisco, April 7.-Pasroal: the trade and try to bring to Orlandothe Friday night April 11th .
the Sentinel and to his surprise near Ware, was There but at the Li-
seems little doubt but Orozco, Sr., head of the Mexican best things the city market has
got an order from Panama the in the city'over night that this cerne Theatre.
,
for. j legislature will pass a law house of Orozco, communicated withhis to offer.
pig to be shipped to Vir n'' Mr. Clawson has been interestedin to authorize cities
to
change their
family March
30
to his I Ladies
according of Orlando will
Florida property forwards find the STATE HALL OF HISTORY
Obedient to the order Mr. Fogg shipped I grove up charters without having to ask -
a grandson, who arrived here
the pigs. I of thirty years and knows how special act of the Legislature yesterday Roods offered at this special sale, all Secretary of State, H. Clay Crav-
which
The Sentinel has several subscribers to handle them although he is a is now a source of annoyance, and a Nogales, having Ariz.escaped from Mexico via I new and of the latest designs, suitedto ford will recommend the establishment

in Panama. It .would be a revelation -' northern man and only comes here great waste of time, often interfering false the Young Orozco declared an up-to-date trade and all selected of a state hall of history, wife{
that
to many of the .Orlando citizens for a few months in the winter. He with the consideration of important had been report slain his grandfather with the idea of pleasing. Make an appropriation ample to cover fc

to know how extensive, the circulation is the owner and I operates that popular state legislation.Such with when he went Thursday, Friday and Saturday shopping maintenance, and to pay the salazf

of the Sentinel is. It goes I hotel, the Hillside Inn, at B Such a law would then enable the Huerta peace regime proposals to Gen.from the Diaz- days. of a competent librarian. F

into every state, and into foreign ;hem, in the White Mountains of New voters of' a city to determine for ata., Emiliano Za- This is a mighty nice:Hea and maaf

lands.LUCERNE. II.Hampshire. He enjoys the winter themselves the form of their government FINE FOR BARE HATPINS. people would be glad to' have it' H

recreation in his orange groves and Boston, Mass, April 7. Massachuchnsetts the state could afford"'it But theft .

THEATRE TODAY I is one of the most genial gentlemen WEATHER REPORT. women who fail to cover the are so many things of ,vastly moa

Three reels of first class motion I,:that comes to us each season out ,- points of their hatpins with a device importance to the people of'the stsjc
Mr. Louise W Strom .
pictures which have never before ].I of the north. The Sentinel will be of a prominent Florida-Generally fair Tuesdayand that will protect the public from injury that this measure:can afford to wait
attorney Jacksonville
been shown in Orlando. his information bureau during his absence young was Wednesday. will be liable to a fine of $100, until such time'as FJorida) has finances
in Orlando ,yesterday on legal busi after today, when the law 1
These for : from the county. barring to warrant it.
pictures are a surprise .
ness. Insurance, Real Estate bare hatpins becomes effective.
a feature day at the Lucerne. Get Loins, The t j

the la -follow the erowdL 1 Subscribe to the Sentinel WANTED-CIwt at'tis ofice. oies Rentals, Curtis ft O'Neal, next Pott-, method .of protection is left to the Bargains in ,ligfttor Bags Ctertkft ;
rap .
discretion of the wearer. OWea,:'next Pttt,office. 4-111'

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Lincoln Beachey, the aviator who Pjg11j0011

wreral years ago made a successful Lord & Bradshaw Showing ofNew
4 fight from the Orlando Fair grounds .
3, :'fed whose recklessness has been .thet . ,
jBsatfon (the.country.for twojears! :.We wish to announce to..oar.friends., and the public,generally,
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mys he will never fly again profestonally. that we have formed a partnership under,the Spring Suits
He believes that he has
above firm name,'for a general
s *ieen responisble for the death of a
amber of aviators. This is the cause .
if.his abandonment of'a game;which .Real Estate and Insurance
and Dresses
las made him a rich man. "
..'"I have. quit for good," he said the business and are centrally located in a ground floor.office at No. . '
9, ;
r ,#her,day. 17 8. Orange Avenue, (formerly occupied by Hamilton &,Dunn l:
fI have made a fortune in a little '.j' ..
, more than two years. I have defied Millinery), where we will be pleased to meet all our:old friends
WE ARE SHOWING A BEAUTIFUL ASSORTMENT OF
1 opportunity in thatme.
} death at every
and to make new ones. ,SILKS AND SATINS, ALL COLORS DRESS
,
t < I, have been a bad influence,I GOODS
'rid the'death"of a'number of youth-! ; I J IN ALL THE LATEST PATTERNS FOR OLD ,AND
Ouijlist of city and acreage property is surpassed by none,
ill aviators in this country can be I ; ,YOUNG. ;WHITE CANVAS SHOES. THE DISPLAY ;

traced I believe, to their desire to and we havesome,exceptional: J elk | CO ;&AND SEa Us r CONTAINS ACCURATE ILLUSTRATIONS OF THE
nutate 'me in my foolishly daring
SEASONS BEST AND LATEST CREATIONS, AND
ploiis in the air. -
Lord' & Bradshaw
IS WORTHY THE ATTENTION OF
EVERY
t. ."1 won the American altitude recxd -, ORLANDO
at Chicago. This was the flight WOMAN. CALL IN AND ACQUAINT YOURSELF
; 17 S. ORANGE AVL OILANBO FLA.IHIIHHMIIIIIMIMIMIMiliilllllllllllli. :
for WITH THE HIGH CHARACTER 'OF
feat earned for me a reputation OUR GARMENTS
a lesmess. I soared into ,the sky t ' AND THE REASONABLE PRICES.Kanners .
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c \ss.far as my fuel would carry me;
lien'without gasoline I volplaned to
"Ac earth, a distance of more than t '
31,000 feet There was ,nothing re- .
.t aarkable about this, but it gave enething LIGHT THE ': New YorkBargain

.- I would give all I have, :1
Bade to lose-a reputation for su: PATH TO
.one daring. This is the reputation PROSPERITYi
-ethers have: tried to gain, and their i I Store
t 'imbition. has cost them their lives." \ ; Merchants who use Electric Signs never lose :

PAGE TALKS ( their way by choosing the wrong road to success -

You simply cannot fail to attract new If,You Would be Posted be a Daily Visitor to this Store

$. eaks to Pen and Brush Club, But customers if you use an Electric.Sign It acts ...... -

Only "Diplomatically"New like an irresistible magnet, drawing all the t .
York,April Speaking"diplonatically" "
as he called it, as to trade within its reach: That is the reason 1 I Ten per cent off on all linen and I .

0 'Ac identification of,Miss Ida Tarbell, they command the attention of buyers. Lace at Hamilton Dunn's. : IlllillltModels
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,4 ,aC:the Pen and Brush.Club, an or- i I II
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pnization of women artists and aux I
flora of which he was a guest, Thos. For Every Store OwnerNo I I
.&.'Page, who will go to the court of k J. B. McKAY,
JL James at London>> ,told of his meet- matter how small his business, the Electric CONTRACTOR AND

ig with the young lady years ago. is the cheapest and most effective t. BUILDER.
He said it was an honor to be a Sign k Superintend All Work.

.fiest, "and I ask you who pray to I advertising. a Prices That Are an
w, fray for me'when I go to London.>> I S Phone for our Sign Designer to call and sub- R 'Inducement l
AH Work Guaranteed.
.im't know how it will seem to a man r
3dio all his life has followed a pro-: | ; 'mit a sketch. 4 a
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I overheard hardware
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I dealer lay this morning to a.promJ.Mat
We wonder, how ,many, people, will I Madam Victor,Murdock, \ ekiua. of Orlando, l.oo1Wl.han '
be imp"uedbyrthle;,eaortttoestab- Hotel Grand"Prix t', ice... CriaIIceCruin 31 bought,;land at $150 and $5.00 ,but IT'S A FAIR PROPOSITION
did not 10 It
with bath' Situated in
Mr. Every room
liah I direct connection between
NEW (At the time he referred to I sold
Mor jab's examination before the large park. Tennis courts alongside.Hot for, an Orlando man.iwral hundred ..
I Pujo;committee and his death. And and cold water. Private' dining acres of land,,in Orange county, for JO ASSUME THAT YOU ARE '
we wonder if Mme of the newspapers rooms, Mourmelon, near Paris, $LOO per acre, the same land is now t {
sold in 10 and twenty acre tracts for APPRECIATIVE OF
THE
who ire laboring M earnestly in this I I France. ISke 180,00:per acre, and it cheap at this VERY
causes do not feel a little ashamed And the best part of this story is price. r
of themselves. that it is true. What were the Orlando people buy BEST. WE ARE SPECIALISTS IN
1 Cream lag at that time Gold mining stock. rt
On only ground can the asser
one ::.If: you had bought land yon could
4 tlon that a man of Mr. Morgan's greatmental "All through the golden home on MADE figure jour profit You knew sometime Electrical Wireing and Motor Work
power and dynamic will was every day ago your profit on the mining .r
brought to a state of collapse by the May the sweetest" flowers fill your ke Cream 'I stock,If ,you without have having not yet to bought figure on some it NEWELL ELECTRICAL COMPANY

necessity of answering a lawyer'squestions way. ,Orlando or Orange county property,
be accepted. This is that i o FROM there Is still opportunities for large ARCADE BUILDING ?
he had something to conceal, that he They still "is" $9.60. profits, and I can show you.
ke CreamREAL I ,sell that CHURCH ST.
dreaded lest he should be unable to o can you something will
make you money but.your gold mining
conceal it and that the fear thus en. A fool's argument-a wager. stock will not buy' It. PHONE 280TheBestistheCheapest
gendered shattered his 'nervous sys> : Call and see me.
Pessimists have had their day. CARL JANSEN, i
tem.; But very few of us are willingto ke Cream
Office over Dickson & Ives, Orange
believe that Mr., Morgan was, so o Avenue, Orlando, Fla., _
, steeped in financial immorality to Express train .to ruin-Gambling. CREAM The banks and the business men of
all appearances he answered all..ques o Orlando know me, if you do not ask s
tions,freely, frankly, almost joyoasly.' Interest grows in Orlando real es ke CreamBEST them. I
Certainly be emerged from the inquisition tate I '
with flying colors. And the o IIIHIIMMIIIIIMMMIIM I,

master of panics, the builder of' rail. In all games it is good to leave offa Ice, CreamYOU SO'GET THE BEST OF t
roadempires and the sage of finance winner. .

would committee hardly of statesmen have faltered even before if.anything a Nevada women. ,o too will have to ONE CIGAR TIIAIYRY8ODY Paints and Wall Paper :

working nine hours. ke CreamEVER ..,
serious had rested upon his con keep on "
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.science.The effort to show the Pujo com An antlered rabbit was recently [ LIKES THE 1912 WALL PAPER< .IN ,SAMPLES,
shot near San Benito, Texas. IS GRAND AND I WILL BE
for Mr. Morgan'spassing Cream. PLEASEDTO
mittee responisble ke .
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is an obvious move to discredit SHOW THEM. ALL YOU HAVE TO
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congressional investigation, ; to Farmers are still favored with fine TASTED It'HAWLEY'S DO! IS TO TELEPHONE AND I WILL ,
weather for spring work.
establish a stateof hostility in the ...-. ke CreamAT BRING THE SAMPLE TO,YOUR HOME. '
STRAIGHTS i
such investigations
mind toward any -
popular .
which may be suggestedin I. Never set up a howl before you've : I .-' !'!..t"JF.r... ....(--. ------ ...,.. &
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the future. Respectfor.the: great been touched. .
GEO. A. BARKER .r
deed'an ddeetnf consideration for;the o I :.*..._. PHONE 268 r '
living should be. enough to 'prevent There was very,little loafing about Co. Get the.best cigar at five' I .

such tactics. the city last evening. cents, the next time you I ----- ------------ a
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Have you subscribed for the Daily What has become of the woman yourself.
Morning Sentinel If not, why not who used to trade her jewelry for the Quick DeliveryWatkins :fAT iT ;

WIFE'S ADDRESS-WAS A BATH tramp, peddlar's shoddy wares? Building I oliLtolNLaces SPRING MILLINERY I l.,

AND A PARKr o Plume 2 Made in Orlando and sold It
Do not be afraid of dressing too ; by all''' dealers.iMiinillliiMMMilMili. .

"Ipud" this spring., The gayer the liMHMMilMHMHMMgood ,. ,
In
Writing
Murdoek "Followed Copy"= '
"in line" will be.
colors the more you
to Family in.France With Sur- Embroideries t
prWdf Result 0'' name is better than great riches. ,
Victor Murdock, the red headed Roller towels didn't have to go. Houston Post.
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Kansas Congressman and It ii the desire of the Dress Materials f
0 Why did they send.the secretary of
not speak French. His wife and
does that all readers of the Sentinel shall
I And too Put shoulder to the war to the Middle West Conditions
daughter are'abroad. Recently, when : your be served with ,their promptlyand f
near,Paris they.wrote to the head of wheel and push for Greater Orlando, filmed to have called for the ecre* regularly and we paper will consider it ,
In the Utter they laid o tary of the navy,-Philadelphia Ledger
the family a, favor to have reported to ui any
their iddrtM would ta I found printed It seeMs to UN that due consider inattention on the part of the car HISSES HILTON & DUNN ;
tho invelopt. atlon for the proprieties and the I
on I I tiers in the delivery of your paperi -
Mr. Murdock took their word for sentiment of a noble people would It has been suggested that Uncle Please call Phone 24 I lor
Agents Corsets :
Barclay
,It and addressee his reply M per in Impel all the newspapers going by Sam may intervent in the English iuf
itructloni, Ho "f llowtcl.copy.' down the name of "Republican" to change fragette war Not if the old man r
to tho period. In hit.wlfi'i answer their headings to "Democrat A knows hlmielf,-Knoxvllle Sentinel Advertise In the Sentinel ,,

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

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South Florida Sentinel s FLOOR I
When General Hancock
was a
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HOIKING AND WXEKLT candidate, for the Presidency, he declared President Woodrow, Wilson4es- w ,_ > ... ". .
that ,the tariff was a local is- tablishes a precedent by taking the : ,
the office at Orlando .
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Entered poet sue. For this statement he was rid- floor and delivering his first and his "'.
L)1 ai Second Claw Mail Matter.SUBSCtlPTlON \: :
iculed by his opponents from one special message to a Special Congress '>

RATES I end of the land to the other. Recent on a special and important You t
When Choosea
agitation of this issue have proved subject "

THE DAILY SENTINEL that he was correct Each Sectionof It is customary for the Presidentto ,
IDe year ....................5.00 :' / ,
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has its
f county particular interest send his message to Congerss bya
- ix Months ................... 2.60 ; '
on industry that it wants pro- messenger, where it i is read by the "
"Ihree Months ................. 1.25 Gift of J
tected, without regard to any other Chief Clerk Jewelry

By MW carrier in Orlando, (0 cento per section and is insisting that an exception Not in one hundred years has a ,
_oth. Daily and Sunday. be made in their favor, with- president appeared on the floor of

The Orlando Hernia* Sentinel can U found out regard to the general welfare. the house and read his message.
' ijak in Orlando at Curia,A OTfol'i BookBore. The Ways and Means Committeeof Our first Presidents did, but James
THEN YOU MAKE A LASTING GIFT THAT MUST
theHouse, has the most difficult I Madison, one hundred years ago 'refused -
BEAR EVERY TEST OF TIME AND
W, will appreciate prompt complaint if problem before it that has even been to appear on the floor and open- JUDGMENT AND
ftlhrtry ii not properly made by our carrier. presented to a similar committee. To ly discuss measures, and no Presidenthas TASTE. WHEN YOU SELECT FROM THE STOCK OF

Adflvrtisinf rate will be farnbned on apllcatkm. reconcile all interests and at the same done so since that time. EVANS YOU ARE SECURE. FOR HERE EVERY PIECE,

time redeem the forty pledges ap But why should not a president appear EVEN THE MEREST TRIFLE-IS CHOSEN BY EXPERTS .
THE WEEKLY SENTINEL pear to be an impossibility.As and read his message! It will
........ WHOSE KNOWLEDGE AND TASTE HAVE WON
"'i.year, by arm poitace paid |LM a matter of fact, the industriesof give it force and character as nothingelse
_IN THE SENTINEL, Orlando ,Florida. RECOGNITION.THE .
the county become so diversifiedthat can, and at this particular timeon
Arcade Bofldlaf
Nee 197 Court Street.
Phone 24' a general reduction cannot fail this important subject it is im- BEAUTY, THE STYLE, THE WORKMANSHIP,
to hurt some section and bring about portant that the man who is outlininga ARE ALWAS THE BEST.

X.T. SCHUMANN, Editor. disaster more or less serious. Mod policy for the guidance of the law
EVANS' FAIR AND MODERATE PRICES
ARE
g JOSIAH FERRIS Proprietor. eration world seems to be necessary.It makers should appear and give his AS FA-
is impssible to tell just what the personality to the message that shall MOUS AS EVANS' BEAUTIFUL AND EXCLUSIVE DESIGNS

TUESDAY, APRIL 8TH, 1913. result will be and a general reduction be formulated into law. Results and COMPARISON OF VALUES INVITED.

I of, say ten per cent all around not formalities will best satisfy the

Tampa today will vote of Commit for the first year and five per centa people. ,
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ion, governmentDown year for two or three years follow-
o ing would probably cause as little ROAD BOND ISSUEAn t

with the convict lease system. trouble as any change that could be
1 Let Florida be unshackled. adopted. This would enable all to organized movement is now under -
k o adapt themselves to the new arrange way to induce the Legislature to

Prospects are that some of our ment and if it proved too great ,a provide for an issue of bonds sufficiently T.H.Evans the Jeweler
;rowers will market water melons inlay change, it could then be arranged to large to give a state-wide sys-
_. this year.It meet the situation as it might develop tem of hard surfaced roads, to be con- ,
o and thus bring about a reduc- structed under ,the supervision of a

is said that several Sanford citizens tion that would be so gradual thatno state engineer. '. t OPPOSITE POST OFFICE
{ already show symptoms of axrvous section would be greatly disturbed.: And here is one of the

breakdown. C. H. most important subjects that will engross EXPERT REPAIRING AND ENGRAVING.
o the attention of the members

A good many people wished, when MORE ABOUT CITRUS FRUIT of'the legislature. Good roads is anall .

i t1e'Ohio river began falling, that itwouldn't \ LAWS important subject, and all that is
stop until it hurt itself. ,- needed is an honest law, made in the

t o Through the courtesy of Mrs. An- interest of the people and so constructed -i. ,

There is promies of a large guava nie White, who spends her winters in that it will be safe guarded

;' sop again this year, and this fruit is the home of Col. T. J. Watkins on on all sides.A .

vnually. growing in favor, and inIvor. Lucerne Circle, we are in possessionof state engineer is an essential.He SILK STOCKINGS
further evidence against the citrus should be an engineer, not a poli-
tician. A state road commissioner
t' .0 fruit law as proposed by Judge Wor-
Any government to be effective ley, of Dade county. should direct the work. No tenipta-
must be administered by honest men, tion for'graft'should be placed in the
Cot Watkins own a fine grove of
,: and this is true whether it be city way of any man.BOARD .
sixty acres, several miles northeastof
aunty state.
or Orlando on Lake Berry. Sunday

: 0 afternoon, the family and Mrs. OF TRADE. For
The gavel has fallen, the decks are Day
White were out to the grove and while The Board of Trade met last night
iear for, action. Get busy, gentle- with good attendance. The chief
the delighted
walking trees were -
:sen of the legislature, the eyes of among business being the matter of the highway -
to find the new fruit developing and iIiwikt4ir1
; ate world are upon you. between Orlando and the east
so well and brought in a num-
o coast, on which subject, a committee
Every, man who is interested in the ber of specimens, among which were had been appointed at a previous\ '

:Jbture. of Orlando is in favor oftat grape fruit as large as hens developed eggs and meeting to go before the County Commissioners EveningWear aIluiiixiiiiir

form of government which will oranges as large as fully today and urge the building -

Iring most good to most people. plums, many of them being more of the highway in Orange county -
than an inch in diameter. Judge Wor- .
4 o to connect with the road to be
will .ley either forgot his glasses on ,that
The Everglades question pre- constructed by Volusia county citi-
-,; I ..pitate a fight in the state 'legisla inspection trip, or he tried to see zens. It was stated by Seth Wood-
tire that will undoubtedly provoke green oranges from looking out
ruff and others that the water is sough
acme uncomplimentary remarks. through a car window. i at this time that it, is imprac- .
o Any fair minded man who has
ticable to undertake the road under
Now that the tourist season is nearly been in Dade county and who has had present conditions. On motion it Our Personal Guarantee

over let'us all get to planning forAe experience in grove work of Polk, was decided to ask the Commissioners -

greater Orlando, and each get Osceola or Orange knows that Judge to have the county surveyor makean Accompanies Every Pair
lusy in an effort to accomplish. Worley's assertions will not hold good accurate estimate of the cost of

:: o and his proposed new law should be such construction, and the matter .
I Come on boys,.the eyes of the world smoothened in the committee room. will be taken up at a later date.

,ire upon you. Do your duty and o
lelp Florida in her onward march by Marion B. Ives
IMPORTANT LEGISLATION THE TAMPA CUSTOM'S HOUSE
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i exacting wise and timely laws. SHOULD REMAIN.

o Not a state legislature in the Union
An' effort will be made to get.theId
meets under such circumstances as the It now looks like the order made
band reorganized and secure for present body of Florida law makers. by the Taft administration closingthe
ft such support as will assure us a EXCLUSIVE MILLINERY PARLORS
Citizens, from every state in the Tampa Customs House, wouldbe
food band for weekly concerts Union, and some foreign lands are revoked by the. Wilson adminlstra
Iroughout the year. They have
interested 'spectators. tion.There
vested rights here and await the wise are a number of customs Second Floor
That statesman who has no more action of the law makers'which haveto houses that ought to be dispensedwith

important mission Tallahassee than do with those interests, which will but Tampa is not one of them.

date wide Sunday baseball had better in a large measure: guide them in future This, now, is one of the most important -
mate his salary to the flood suffrers investments in this state.It ports of the south and its importance .
I id betake him self to the cornfields. FAVORITE THEATRE. I
is exceedingly important that the increases each year and it THE
o members of the legislature arise to would be a great mistake to discon- I
Strip the county division question the importance of their duties, and tinue it. Coming Monday and Tuesday, April KYK4lihNflFEED!
i selfishness, .and the naked truth that but little time be spent in the The receipts at this point so far 14th, and 15th, Miller Bros. "101" Oscar Hand

Trill stand out so boldly that not an pulling of petty measures for petty exceed those of Jacksonville as to i Ranch, a great feature in five parts.
I fenest minded man in the county will men. The whole state of' Florida is put them in different classes. The pictures take us all over the & on

attempt to assign a single reason for to be considered. The division of a The order was, no doubt, made by great ranch, showing us in one scene .
: avision.t county to suit the caprice of some disappointed an oficial who had not looked close over ten thousand head of cattle. SieceMon to & Hand

o office seeker can be of lit- ly into the facts. Don't fail to see the Dare devil of I
With the building of several hun- to the the West jump from the back of a -FOR- FULL LINE OF COMPLETE -
tle importance as compared
fed homes during the summer sea- horse bull and finally down the HOUSE FUR
other great state measures COUNTY TREASURER'S OFFICIO] on a
Ma, and a number of fine business many of other NlSHINGSCOME'
Hundreds
ferocious beast
is unfairto USELESS.A .
1 pressing for attention and it
Moms besides the big sewer system,
including the All-Star LiVE STOCKLAUBACH
the great state of Florida to take great scenes
Orlando will IN AND
SEE
A'" present a busy appear- up time fighting over a wholly selfish law abandoning the office of "101" Circus. US

1 .F .... matter as is the county seat matter County Treasurer, would save to the We are showing these pictures for
-- put up to them by Sanford. State $125,000 annually and still give two days only. Come out and see
It is not amiss to call attention the I the State service it the best show in town.
..1 That measure ought to be killed in as good as now
; :feet that Memphis, Houston, DesMoines has. The tax collector the Today Program.
the committee room, for if it comes to answers The Grain Man.
and Parkersburg advertise the floor time will be consumed in discussing -'whole purpose and there is no real "The Man Outside," Imp-dramat-; L J. Mustard

rk ftat they have commission government it that can be used to much use of the office. In most States i ic. Chard Street, Ptae lg I II ,
to attract new citizens and move better purpose. there is just one officer and he is "Making a Man of Her," Nestor-

k, ftetories., And it is having good If Florida would rise to her real importance called the treasurer of the county, I roaring western comedy.. I .

a deckThe .. among the sister states, she but in this State, the tax collector i j "Careful Nursing," Rex-modern I TIE CfllROPMIST

must get away from this cross roads takes the place of treasurer and can I drama. .

Illinois legislature after many system of law-making: whereby favorsare perform the entire work. i Open 2 ,to 5 and 6:45 to 10. Five FRANK BYERSJ1uufadarer
y leeks of dead lock, finally reached swapped with as much freedomas This $125,000 would pay the annual I cents to all Manicure Pedicure, Shampoo.

tt compromise last week and elected boys trading jack knives. There interest on a road bond issue sufficient of Artificial Face and Scalp Massage

t democrat for the long term and a are'big measures for big men to consider to give us a state wide road Many a man would be glad if his Stone, Fancy Colomm and

republican for the short term. They and there are big men in the system. wife did wan to vote. It might ; Ornamental Work

till elect their next United States legislature and it is up to them to see make her forget to want somethingmore Livingston and Railroad Parlor orerDlckson & iTe store

A Senator by popular vote. I that the little fellows who come asking The loss of life'in the great Johns- costly.Mr. comer Orange and Central -

o for personal favors that will ben-! town flood, that came in a single
Avenues,
Henry Brown and Rodman Law, efit none and gratify but a few, are night, a few years ago, was 2,205, and John GL Jones went over to i
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tfo daredevils of the air, will risk sent back home with the gentle admonition the property loss estimated at $10- DeLand yesterday to attend a session
their lives for notoriety and will endeavor to "go and sin no more." 000,000. We submit these figures for of the circuit court Judge J. B. Chapline, who.sustained The Woman's Club of Jacksonville
r to fly across the Atlantic. A the information of those who have. a stroke of paralysis three weeks ago, have already raised $204 to swell the

ipecial Wright biplane is being con-: The most dishonest man in the made enquiry in connection J with Mr. Jas., H.. Jones it in. Washington died' at his home in Sarasota Thursday relief fund" for the flood sufferers.
ttructed for them and they will world is the man who uses public present flood disasters'in the north. D. c., on, important: toateeap.' ,night. He would have been sixty - -

Bake the start about July first ,This trust for private gain. Such men o ,-. "r' ... /six, yean old in June Vegetable; shiments from Wauchu.WWUdWBt- '
: '11 an undertaking that but few men sooner or later are held up to public Money to lota on improved prop SJ--........'.', :..,, '\...,.. ',sssiiy ,- la,the put week have -

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FOG efPMNC line of New Spring Fabrics, in i

all the latest shadings, and of

the nice cool kinds, to make

I i dresses and waists, and we SHOESWe t r
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WVW know the prices are right. the best shoes that :

Come in and see them. money can buy, and we can give ;

WHY DOES ONE ARTIST PAINT, A MORE BEAUTI- you fit and comfort in the same i

v FUL PORTRAIT THAN ANOTHER ? BECAUSE HE shoe. Let us show you. Our
KNOWS HOW TO "CATCH" THE ONE WHO POSES IN MEN'S SHIRTSWe
THE MOST ATTRACTIVE ATTITUDE. prices are as low as is possible
WHY DOES ;
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0 ANOTHER ? BECAUSE THE BUYERS IN THAT STORE Shirts for summer. ket. '

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\lj ADD ANYTHING TO A LEGITIMATE PROFIT, AS WE well. To look at them is to buy lt;
SELL FOR CASH
DEBTS. AND DON'T LOSE ANYTHING BY BAD them. '

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th Mr. J. N. Bradshaw, who has been Mr. James McNeil has gone to Hud- ttlllHIt
WADE in Georgia and South Carolina on son, New York. iMIIimiMIMllllllfr

THE TUNER business returned to Orlando Sunday. .- ..j,,
ORLANDO. FLA. Mrs. M. A. Weeks has gone to Mid-
J. E. Junkins, of Altoona, Pa., is dletown, Vermont, for the summer. .I
in the city for a few days, being on ,
his way home from points south of Mr. H. E. Glass is transacting business -; ;
Mr. J. Baylarian made a business.here. in Kissimmee for a day or I i
trip to Jacksonville yesterday. r two. Yowell'sCLEAN
$r. and Mrs. Albert Reed, who ;
Mrs.' J. P. Holbrook will go to have been the guests of the Wyoming Mrs. Rebecca C. Moore left last
Leesburg this morning on a visit to for the past winter, leave today for night for her home in Freedonia, N.
relatives.J. their home in the north: Y. ,

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E. Folstaff, of Richmond Kentucky Mr. and 'Mrs. R. M. Bond, of De- Mr. Wm. Love, of Butler, Indiana,
is looking over Orange coup Land, are expected to arrive in the who has been making a brief sojourn
ty real estate. city tomorrow and will be the guestsof in the city, started homeward
Mr. and Mrs. James Laughlin, 3rd. yesterday.

Mr. Geo. R. Calhoun, of Sanford, .SWEEP
was among the business visitors to Mr. A. G. Milliner, of Richmond,I Mrs. E. W. Cook, believing it safe I II SALE f! j
Orlando yesterday. after a pleasant stay of a month in I to undertake the trip to Ohio points,
Orlando, has returned to his homein i left for her home in Lima, Ohio last .
Mr. R.,B. Wight, one of Sanford's I .old Virginia, but will return next, night. ,
leading grocerymen, was in Orlando fall and build a home. -
last night Mr. E. N. Slagle leaves in a few
,Mr. Magruder has his new fifty- days for his home in{ North Carolina OFJSmbroidtered 1
Mr. F., W. :Bennett, of Baltimore, six 'room rooming house nearly completed ,, where he will make a visit to : .
was in Orlando last night It occupies a pretty site' his parents.
fl.guf8t" j very
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'
oti'last'Chdicb'aheet
of the San Juan id'Wi1r a .
,
- popular'place' for our tourists hexi II Mr. \W McClenchy, one of Or
Keep' your heart and stomach clean I winter lando's winter guests who has large : Flouncings
and you will have good health and I' real estate holdings here, has gone
happiness Mrs. Caroline Yothers after spend to his home in Hudson, New York. .
ing several months in the city during \
Mr. J. C. Robinson and H. H. Web I'which time she purchased a home, J. C. Smith, who has spent sometime
her, prominent citizens of Oakland, started for her summer place in New in the City Beautiful, decided to .., With Bandings to Match. :
'Were in Orlando yesterday. Hampshire[ last week. brave the storms of the north and
left( yesterday for Cincinnati
Mr. R. R. Reynolds has been appointed Mr. A. E. Dunbar of Attica, Indiana -
Electric Inspector of Orlandoto who recently bought land in Mr. and Mrs. Donald Hamilton, In Swiss Marquisette and Voils all go
succeed Geo. W. Wright, deceased. Orange county is{ in the city arranging who have spent the winter in the :
to have the same improved, preparatory city, left for their home in Benton regardless of cost as we
Many friends of Wm. T Flaniganwill { to bringing his family here Harbor, Michigan yesterday. absolutely ;
regret to learn that he is seriously next fall .
-
will
ill at his home In Waveriy, Mr. and Mrs, John A. Enilt were not carry over any of the above :
Mr. and Mrs. *
Mass.Mr.. F. B. Dale, went north
,
winter
among our guests who left .
yesterday by Seaboard. They will goods.
yesterday for
spend the summer in Maine and will1 summer quarters. Theygo . . _
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and Mrs. '
C. B. Bailey, of Man- to Messinct, Mich. / ..
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return to , '
Orlando -
;
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ton, Mick, who sojourned in Orlandofor early in the falltfrs. I r t : ; :
several months, returned to their A. A. Marsh will occupy their Mrs. L J. Townsend, of Waltham,
'home today. Orlandohome this summer. I who has been a guest'of friends in ,
..r the city, has gone to her mother's
Mr and Mrs. Geo: A. Brown, of: Mr. G. A. Thomas, of Leadville, ]home. 1IIIIIIIIIIIIIIrJIIIIIIIIIIIIIII'I"I"11111111111111IIII 111111111111111. I
Boston, Mass, were among the arrivals Colorado, is in the city, and will go - /
at the San Juan from here to points further south.
last night
Another big real
estate deal is
He is
Mr. Brown sells the looking for a place to light and'
celebrated ,
Queen about
to burst
into full bloom which
{Is
very favorably impressed with Or-
Quality shoes. lando. will mean another big building for :
'
(Orlando. : The Big White Store

J. B. Hayman, of Buffalo, N. Y, Before you go-;north; for the summer -j I I :
has: purchased five acres of land don't,fail to let us send you the I J. A Gunsaulus left last night for .
southeast of the city and will prepare his home in Tennessee. He
for Weekly Sentinel It will, keep you expects
. it growing strawberries. to return to Orlando
.. thoroughly posted on.the happenings, next" fall with
i .r in this section. ht. family ,
Call at the office and
)It. John W. Kelm, of Ft. Valley, let 'us show you A copy. It only f NEW GOODS ARRIVING DAILY
Oa, has purchased the 0. K.. barber costs A dollar t year.. Mrs. N. Delia Carbee, of Haverhill .
shop of Mr J. A. Huntington and i I. I I N. H., will leave Orlando next
now in possession' lids is one of Inspect BhaBlbarftr1 Mf stock of i I week for her northern home, but wil!
the'best shops in the city, I Mettle tire*, ifr I I be in Orlando again next winter. ThSentinel 4 till 11111 11111 1I111 II I"11111 II'I'II'II'I' I'III'III'II 111,..

;: will be a weekly visitor to "-
: I her home. -
MMilliiiMilllllHiililiMMMH .,, *H I GOOD WORK l MILES
II
I Mr. 0. E. Hcrrlni and family, who HHSHHH
have been in the city for ."oral.ok.
r. ., coming here from Central For Salt by Everything New

'-.. Oklahoma, leave today for Roofing
4' '" . Fork, Mill., whore they will robably
mike their G Harper
future-home fie .

FOR COOL COMFORT I J. B. Irvington, of Chicago, IlL, is i South Hmhy St. PhoM 534 IN LACES, EMBROIDERIES, SHIRTS, KIMONA8 -
In the city and will arrange to build UNDERWEAR. HEADQUARTERS
White Serge, Palm Beach and a home on a lot which he has purchased FOR HOUSEHOLD GOODS AND SCHOOL
Mohair Suits Swell line of so that he can bring bin lam Hauling of all kinds, and plowing SUPPLTIB.McCULLOCH'S.
Flannel Trousers n ly here next fall and spend the win .
ter. carefully looked after
SCRUGGS & DICKSON -

The II.'. Outfitters Thomas Gown of,Topeka, Kansas,I'
who has been in the city for several GIVE US A TRIAL
EMM tt Bart Sdftftar aal Mira a.tWq
weeks purchased a suburban lot, and .
.
DEPARTMENT
.. has departed for his, home. He will STORE
", , ; ., come back and build a home next Under present ordinances, a man
:'4: '. fall who does plumbing, must needs be OPPOSITE.POST. OFFICE
a plumber.. In other words, he must

Cr Don't let' anybody make you believe prove himself a plumber by passing CALL and BE CONVINCED"LOW
that there is any more healthful spot an examination. Orlando is after
where than the beat that can be had in this line.
any Orlando. Jusl
I clean up, cheer up and fill up on good EST PRICES ALWAYS"
pure air and you will be on earth lasfcet !ffluuHubarger stock of.

,, MIM/M11M! 4 HI. your full allotted time. .. .Hieyele, Ike.. ,

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BOOSTERS WANTED; business partner,in a 1.11lI0i .
RESOLUTIONS. 'OF' RESPECT I BUSINESS CLASSIFIED manufacturing business with well II: M

; -Bell.v-.Boortm.(fltttifM. adar. established.trade. Need more capital
ilaD ai,' ;K a"rch.at191S=,tiiemiMi) reoeived **ter 10 o'clock; and wiQ take partner or will make I'I
To the Officers and Members of Eton 'midnight,will be run in the"Too Late stock COmplDl.with $15,000 to"' 20,- : t '

S loAKilche i'. Tribe No..:23, Improved toOaa ftrrfeotamn. .. i. { 000 capital Plant up' to"date.an'd.lnll I
Address Manufacturer
-leee excellent conclition. -
; Boott n.w.'live line*, or p- t
Order of Red Men: *" J proxf11O word.-one time .25 in care of Sentinel- tf i: ftO oo Buick Users
The Great Spirit having called center three times 50 cents QW weeksix 1
away our .well-beloved Chief and ( ('daily'and one weekly editions)) LOST.Diamondshaped : ;
one month'i3.00. I
$LOO
.Brother,'J. W. Gettier, who entered fraternity pin; :
upon the long trail on the 27th Sun, BUY a lot in Thornton Park, a nice black background witha; white scroll''
Snow Moon, G. S. D., 422, therefore suburb in east part of the city. Carl' in centre bearing Greek letters, Delta
Jensen. i Kappa EpSilon. Owner's and!
be it I name Every One a BUTCK BOOSTER
That in the death of class of 10 on back. Please return I Ito
Resolved, I ,
: Fbr.SIe-I.oorrmr:. 'atr .i'1'OOID; suitable I .
Sentinel office'and're eive
Brother Gettier, Econlockhatchee howe,IMM.OO, if taken before April
'
Tribe and'the Improved Order of Red I .Weet'Pine. reward. 4-3 3t

: Men,'have lost:a well tried Brother in .
'
:, whom the Fraternal qualities were admirably OAK HILL lithe beautiful subdivis.ion PARTIES having on their premises a
1 mixed, and whose life and example to the Northeast of the city and young bulldog of; ,tan color and) 1, ,
black face'will pleasereturn him to
I still have some choice lots there. I
'ws"an'unfailing and constant Carl Jensen. the undersigned, and receive!
exemplification ol all those noble qualities John Murphy, Schenley Place reward.1
*
: '.requisite in the completion of Wanted.-Spare books, magazines,! castle Road. .
of a man, in whose ;te. ,Shanibargej's Free Reading:
the full measure
Room and Library. 4-3 d3t-wlt For Sale-New modern residence, .
E loyalty to Home, Friends, Brothers,, six rooms* and bath on Summerlin
4 and true Citizenship, none calques- WANTED--A position as manager, avenue. Will sacrifice'for: q ick;$ale.
tion. We acknowledge the right of caretaker( and collector' for non- Apply 306 North Orange avenue ,
resident property owners. By man ofxperience 4.6 6t
the Creator to take unto himself His 'who can give 'it close at- I

own, and bow in humble submissionto tention. Address. Collector, SentineL COTTAGE FOR RENT-Furnished
4-
the Divine .decree. We mourn or not Mrs. T. A. Yancey, 710 Division 1 .
and dear to street. 4-6 3t t'
with those who were near
FOR RENT-Seven room house, 502
him and respectfully commend themto Enquire of . >0; : ;
4
Central
W. avenue. :
I know that that \
Wanted-The public to There is a certain prestige owning your own :
and living 433t.
that never failing ever Mrs. S. A. Mann. the Keystone Hotel under the new .
j: source,orconsQjaiionjind.the brightest WANTEDOId-Mirrfors' resflvered;; management will be kept''open"'all "- motor car gives you in your community. ::?_: ,

star"of human hope, the Father of making them as good as new. New summer and reduced rates will be !. -
it further. made to order by the latest improved made during the summer season. I .is .
Be
k all men., ones{ .' ,
Mrs. Ethel McMakin. : There satisfaction in -
9 Resolved- ,That a copy ofthese.resoaluti1na French process and, dampi1iactiDr"PltJ ,4-8 3t % is a certain knowing you ."
Semetal ;
-
onLhem. '
,be: sent to the. family of the proof,' name and address" to1 H. A., Lost-Pair of. nose glasses some-! ; own a car that will take you anywhere and bring - :
deceased, a,copy to,the press,for pub- Royston, and I will call ands a.JOur.where on North Orange avenue. Return i ? "
licationVand a, copy spread upon ,the order.. .. to this office for reward. 4-8 4t yon b ek. It is this quality of dependability which '!

minutes of the Tribe. I To_Rt-- 8W{Weat.great, ten{, 1 S S S S. 1 .' 'S S g t has put 110,000.Bulcks on the road, and it-is this
Our Brother fought the fight, kept I "or less Hot and cold,
rooms more ; .
.
) -,the,faith, water;.;electric tight Large" garden ADVERTISE sane quality of dependability which: has made

His life was bright and clear, I of fruit. H. W. HOWARD | .' IF YOU every one of those 110,000; iclc users Buick .
II Want Cook .
hearts,
His memory lives in loving i I -
That will ever hold him dear. FOR SALE-New seven-roon house,;j Want Partner booster. ? ,.":
Fraternally submitted. with all modern improvements. I' Want. a Situation.. .. '
: 18,000.) Will take automobile in part!. Servant-
Want
a Girl !
AMOLD
J. E. ,
Address Owner, care Sentinel i I, The Buick overhead valve motor has more power
E. W.IXTT, pay. I Want to,Sell,a:Piano r

e JOHN T:'DALE, ,f, RANTED.v ,,,; I Want to sui CarriageWjwfctoSelltpwJB per cubIc' inch of piston displacement than any
. Committee r ,City lota.interchange:for Upright t,.' Property : 7
piano. Ueed'1 u than two:'months.6t I II. Want to Sell Your Groceries ... other type of motor ever buflt It costs .us more ;.
"
)/ ; 144 Orlando. '. Want'\o Sell Your Hardware WJ;
Box
lock ,
Sometimes knowledge jvcomes,, by I -- cuatomeri'for to make it bit costs yogi less to run It.
'
r Want Anything
painful process. Just think how much Sale
For Exchange or .
in This
Paper
more. you know of the map of Turkeynow For acreage or other property inOrange Advertise Daily '
than you did some months ago.- or Lake Counties for four .' Advertising Is the Way to Success ROADSTERS AND TOURING CARS, $950 TO $1650, F. 0. B.
dwellings Pittsburgh, Fa. Houses .' Advertising Brings Customers
Greensboro News. All modern build- ORLANDO. Catalogue on Request
.._. binging good: rent. Advertising Keeps Customers
Can be handled separate if deIfied -
ings. '
f Advertising Insures Success.
I ,;{ '
It is a sure bet that Lillian Russell t '
Ad&e F. JOSEPH RAEHN Advertising Shows Energy
andLMaxIne Elliott never ,suffer with '!mo.-!" Orlando, Fit. AdiertfuAgSbowsPluck
f stage fright when they portray: the Advertising ,wBu't '
role of a bride.-Vfilmington Dispatch FOR SALE-Furniture of five-rooni.. Advertise of Butt, Cook Automobile Co.
house. New and up-to-date.:
.
between Advertise Long
i Reasonable. 560 Summerlin St,
Congress and the baseball season Anderson and Palmer. 4-3-3t Advertise WellADVERTISE Orlando ,Florida
,
time but the
open about the same ,

k average American boy can tell right FOR RENT-Anew eight room'house.'" 'At.Once _, .. . - -
with all modern conveniences. Apply SENTINEL { .i; cmd 'A v. .t 1t
IN THE
off the bat which is the most inter- to Chauncey Holt,601 Magnolia streetApr. ., ,. . . . 1 4 iilllilIMMIIIMMIIMIIIMMItMMMtMt . .. .
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.MIIIMIHW EMBROIDERY FLOUNCINGS

LACES . . .. . . . .... ?5c .
$1.75 values at . .. .. .... .. . .
$40 $35 and $25

.90 v alues at . ,.. ... . .. .. . .. . .. . .. . . .. 8 CAll
25 and 30 cent Vals at .. .. . . .10 and 15 cents per y rd.
COAT SUITS at .60 Bandings at . . . . . . . . . . .. . . . . 25c
Over Laces, $1.25, $1.50. $3.00 and $tOO values at 95c,
a .35 Bandings .. . . ... .., .. .. .. .. . . .. .. . 15c J

is. :. I $1 O.0 0 each x1.00$2.00and$3.00-'- .

40c F1axons at . . . . . . . . . . . . .. . . . 25c
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? LINEN LACES 40c Linens at .. .. : . . . .. . .. .. . . . ; :.. .. 25c

i. $5.0p and 6.00 60c Linens at . . . . . . . . ... . .A.. . . . . . 45c f

) H I I i *? \ 'L \ i . 25, 30 and 40 cent Laces at 10,. 15. an d.. cents per. yard. 50 and 35c Voiles at . . . . . .. ..:'. '.:. .:. .... . 25c
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f L GERTD; 35c Etamine at . . . . . . . . .-. .-" . ;4'... . .." 25c A

s .ac < CostItMHHMMIItlllHMMIIIIIIMIimmMt 25c llomette at . . . .. .. . .. . : ; .. . .. ..... . 20c
at
$2.50HillMIMilMilMIMMMi Embroidery Dress Patterns

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OUR. VANISHING WILD LIFE ,, i.t- ..-., .-.,.j', __.. n .. t. ..... "4 ,. > .. ,':"

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Orlando-, Fla., April 7, 1913. PUBLIC AUGWAT I 'WHEN YOU, .BUYJEWELRY' }

Editor South Florida Sentinel: I
I note that you have printed a brief

letter from Dr. W. T. Hornaday,. director '
-
,of the New York Zoological Y

Park, regarding.,the-habits .of ,the .
,
squirrels their relation to birds,an a S. =E. ''Lasher's Jewelry Store: .
1
that he does not consider the gray '
0 squirrel a serious enemy of bird life. If Money Invested With .t/s/ Is 2
There is no better authority on the In order to quit business 1 will offer my entire stock at Auction Profitably Spent: Give Us'the

wild life of North America than Dr. Opportunity of Being the Source _
Hornaday, and everybody who carries Sale#Opens Saturday, April 5th at 2.30 and 7.30, p.m.'>Qaily I Of.YOIl Supply.r .j
a gun, in Florida or elsewhere, ;
ought to read his,book, "Our Vanishing Until all goods are sold. Yon ..Cannot Judge Ue Unless {
Yon See What We H veand t
Wild Life
recently published by
We are 'Always Glad To
the Scribners-t', I,beg leave to. quote Show !
BILLY N OO tYHL
NTEY
a few paragraphs, relating to the Auctioneer t
squirrels, from that book: You Cannot Judge Us Unless '.;
"The gray squirrel is in danger off I Make, or Need' -Anything In Our .1

extermination. Although it is our .' . Line, We Are Sure We Can
most beautiful and companionablesmall illlllllllllIF Please Y OL If You Don't Need 1
. .. ;
wild animal, and really unfit : -" -' ' ' ''MJ + Anything, We'An Just As Glad J

for food, Americans have strangely : ; To Have You Cone Into Our

elected to class it as 'game,"' :and :YOU ,WANT THE LATEST'IN Store. 1

shoot it to death to eat! And this in : OUR REPAIR WORK IS j
stall-fed America, in the twentieth : PROMPT AND'ACCUR-
-
Americans the j
century are only : ATI"IVERYTBING IS
white in the world who eat t
people \ IsquirrelL GUARANTEED.Allen .
THE LINE OF UP TO DATE DRY GOODS, CLOTHING, J
It would be just as reason- : '
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able and no more barbarous, to kill : } ;l1'S AND SHOES, ALSO LADIES READY TO WEAR '"t 1
domestic cats and eat, them.. Their
flesh would taste quite, ,as.good as :: ;OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS COME TO R,SALOMON. & 'Co.

squirrel flesh and.some of them would I I SATISFACTION GUARANTEED. .ORt MONEY 1
afford quite as good 'sport'"The : % / .
beautiful gray squirrel \has I ,.REFUNDED. {
clung to life in a few of our forests : : JEWELERS
and wood-lots long after most otherwild :

throughout mammals ninety-five have disappeared per cent of, but its I:I B. Salomon Orlando Orlando, Florida 1'

original area it is now extinct SItlllMllllllillllHMMHIilMIMiMittiillllMIIMIIIIMIlliiiiMHII 1
"Do the well-fed .of America [ 1
people : MMIV I ,t. . ri' .
wish to have this beautiful animal 1

entirely exterminated? Do they wish MMIItt.. '" 4
the woods to become wholly lifeless?

.Or, do they desire to bring back some
of the wild creatures and keep them Model Grocery 1.1
lor their.children to enjoy? COMPANY'cpllaaM

"There to is protection no wild mammal more that quickly responds RlA DO 8A 1 & I )


than the gray squirrel.......... We 18 West Church Street =.

ask the Boy Scouts of America to Surplus. and Undivided Profits suo. ,"* .".
'
,bring,bacV this,animal..tQ.each.stateVrhere ., FANCY AND STAPLE GROCERIES. NEW AND
Total Resources over Three-surfers of ,
: it_ belongs by securing ,forjl a Milto. FRESH

from legislatures and_ governors the
perpetual closed .season that it imperatively Report of the Condition of Orlando We Give Our J Personal, Attention to Our Customers and

needs. This can: be done tr i Bank and Truat Co., Condensed Guarantee Satisfaction and Prompt Delivery

by writing,to,legislatures and securing ? .I From Report to Comptroller \
a suitable law. Three states have Give Us a Trial 'f
;, Feb. 4,113RESOURCES
already ,granted it. 4
"The question now is, will you
Sightler
choose-a gray squirrel colony to L -I Loans and Discounts .....$393A6L06 Bros. ProprietorsiiiiHiiMiiimiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiM. -l

every farm or lifeless desolation?" Overdarfts .............. 19&5S i
No state in the Union.has ruthlessly Stocks and Bonds ....... 26,0188 i..
slaughtered and destroyed her z jiI Real Estate, Furniture and :

once splendid., wild life as'Florida has. Fixtures ... .......... 25,853.44 1
The's h 's-never'-giv any protectionto V. J Cash on hud and in Banks 215,08433 MlltMMMMIMMIHIIilllMIMIIMIIMIMMtiThe i

practically squirrels none left and save there within are a 1660,311.18

few incorporated Uimits where they 4 LIABILITIES REALESTATE t fOR Alt !

have had local protection. Are there Capital .Stock ...........100000.00 .
human' animals mean enough to ask Surplus and Undivided

the privilege exterminating these? i Profits ... ............. 22,83183
Mere is,(anpther paragraph from :Deposits ... ............ 537,4186
Dr. Hornaday's book that should be .. trend of Orlando's Growth .is

of interest to all who care for the $660,311.18 Northeast. Lewter's Addition and

preservation"Originally}(Florida the Wild was Life alive: with. I We invite the attention of our customers Sunshine Park are there. Near by :
and friends to our statement
bird life. For number of species and i is Paradise Hill. Let show
;1 above and wish to assure them that me you
abundance of individuals, and_general
d we appreciate their patronage and
dispersal throughout the'whol, state, '
ask for a continuance of.same.
I think of no other state in America 1W.
Don't forget that our'deposits are
except possibly California ever possessed '

a bird fauna quite comparablewith insured.A cordial invitation is extended to I IF. A. LewtertfttlMIIIIMM
it Once its bird life was one of:
visitors in our city to call and open
the America. B i
wonders of : the
Dafld StaId Goverusent,State sad.County Depository. an.account with us.
gunners began early to shoot, and tfttlMIIIIMM*
shoot, and shoot During the fifteen I-.rr.r J
_
years preceding 1898 the general bird ,. O..r 0 =....

life of Florida decreased seventy-
seven per cent! In 1900 it was at avery ARMSTRONGThe

low point ,and it has,steadily
continued to decrease. ARTISTIC PICTURE FRAMER of Orlando

"The Florida bag limit on quail is M. SLEMONSyOur PINe STREET .
entirely too liberal. I know one .manvyho .
.,. .
..never once exceeded the limit T -
>of. twenty birds per. day, :but';in.:the

season of. }9Q8-9 he killed JJ65,quail. THE H. ,H. P. STRAIGHTFor
Can the quail of any state long'en-
dure such drains as that?" New Spring ,Stock is Coming, In Sale at all Cigar S oresOrIaado's \
.
Dr. Hornday says further: "It looksas ,
if the slaughter would go on until' And we will offer to you a Choice Selection of High Class Goods Newest Ciga r Blade in Orlando. "

nothing of bird life remains. At . .IN DRY GOODS, :ALL, THE ,STAPLE AND USEFUL Havana and Florida WrappersTry

present I can see no hope whatevErfor GOODS as well as FANCY SILKS, and FINE DRESS GOODS, One and Be Convinced ,
saving even a good remnant of the HOSIERY IN SILK LISLE AND,COTTON, and the;Many Ac-

wild life of the state." ctssbries. ; that Women Use. HERMAN H. PINDER M'f' Jr
,This condition must be all the more

humiliating"to.th real friends of the Bargains ,Six Days in Every' WeekWe 212 Sooth Orange
wild life in Florida when viewed in
_
connection with the conditions in the
carry all the time a large stock of SHOES of the best ,
adjoining states. Both Alabamaand
makes and newest styles. KING QUALITY MEN'S SHOES. I (' 1
have enacted good law
Georgia I CRADDOCK TERRY'S WOMEN'S SHOES AND CHILD.
and adopted a modern system of enforcing -I WELCOME TO
REN'S SHOES. NONE BETTER. .ARE SOLD IN THIS THE OAKlAND
them. Alabama, especially
stands far in advance of other MARKET i n ROYAL
many PALM
SCHLOSS BROS. FINE SUITS FOR MEN at $15.00, $20. ,
states in her up-to-date methods forth I
t' ,$25.00 and 30.00 are'1IDB1U'paSSed'for STYLE FIT AND
preservation of her wild life. Efficient : j
Game Commissioners, in this QUALITY. THE CAR BARBER SHOPModern .
.LORD BALTIMORE BOYS' SUITS WILL BE SURE TO
state and Georgia, have control of THAT !
EVERYBODY
PLEASE YOU. and Complete.
,the situation and a resident hunting
license fee provides the means for an ISTAUONG N Everything 'new, individual
effective warden system. i electric attachments at every
Referring to the Florida conditions,! t ABOUTASK I chair. No atone has been left

John H.. Wallace, Jr., State Game W. M. SLEMONS unturned to make this shop

Commissioner of Alabama, has said: .... ...- FOR DEMONSTRATION meet th erequirementa of the
So" alarming has become the decrease most particular. Plenty of
of the birds and game of Florida that room. Courteous attendants. "

unless a halt is called on the cam- SEE ELUAH WHITEHEAD
,
paign of reckless annihilation that; to the Agricultural Department of legislature should supplement this a few remnants of your once splendid Proprietor.
has been ceaselessly waged in that the United States, to regulate'or'close(protection by:;providing;an.absolutelyI I ;wild life. Go after the: legislature MAGRUDERMoney
Orange
AveOrlando
for all I closed season''ot five years on .all.resident Fla.
migratorygame
state, the sport and recreation of primeval the seasons hunting and have all'shOoting stoppe
nimrods will '''linger only in birds, as well as the protectionof game animals. .and:birds.
You, have to act quickly ,and for five years.
history and tradition." migratory song birds, will probablytake got : ,
The McLean bill, recently passedby care of, the,migratory'bird life radically as.well,'you people of.Flor-. W. SCOTT- WAY. to loan on improved prop
Congress, and which gives power in Florida for the future, ,and the;ida! 'or':you will not have: left even April 3, 1913.. erty. &'Y. WAY.-tf -WANTEB-Oean rags at this .ofice.

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Washington D. 0, April 5.-Mr. rrt.
LouisC Massey, President i .
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i \ Taft, tanned and ruddy from his jout- L.. '\ ., .: '; .', ,1, ; r
;., ; t FMM Wufe, via Fm, 1. .lIB.... ar14 ing on the Georgia golf links, recently : ''.. '" <; ', 'II >; J
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.... c.1 eock. C IIr SaIneI A.N.w.u. All,Q. IIr passed through :Washington ."..,.-"" .' ,-; ". ""r-.a.;: ..:"." "
his to New Haven. declared : .- ,
on way He : \..
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.THESTATE that he had never realized the heavy .
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.' strain of the last days of his ad- ,
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'. } ministration until he got away from -, .'. ,
the White House. b

g BANK: In the opinion of Senator Owen, .
Chairman of the Senate Committeeon

Banking and Currency, the deathof


rt of Orlando effect the J.breaking, Pierpont on any legislation Morgan of 'the will looking centralized have no to 1 "If I ONLY l y -HAD THE[ MONEY"[


group of money kings which Mr.

i -- Morgan dominated.An How many times you have heard and
1 income tax, beginning at the
THE MMST BANK IN TOE OIY rate of one per cent. upon all incomes possibly made that exclamation! and

of $4000 a year and rangingup \
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ANDti' to four per cent on income ,of
"IT
IS NOT WHAT YOU EARN BUT WHAT YOU
$100,000, or more, has virtually been
decided upon by the Committee of SAVE THAT COUNTS
The Bank which transacts more business than
Ways and Means of the House. By
ry any Bank between Jacksonville and Tampa this tax it is hoped to raise $150,000
Ten cents saved each day for ten years will
000 every year to offset the losses

by tariff reduction. This plan was give you a bank account of nearly half a
x The large patronage of this Bank has been built up one of the most carefully guarded of

conducting business sound the tariff secrets, but it has leaked thousand dollars, if your savings are deposited
during,twenty years by on

with careful attention to the out.Evidence each month with
banking principles legitimate is still accumulating that

. wants of customers. The confidence of the public President Wilson intends to have ...

k is reflected in the large uaturt fcprtife, much to say about ,the character of
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the tariff bill to be passed in the I[ PEOPLES[ NATIONAL l
BANK
Average depwtti IM"Ittfe Ji '':1:: JIIa coming special session. There 'have .

been reports from time to time that I .

4. the House leaders would attempt to I Four per cent interest compounded quarterly

FOUR PER CENT PAID ON SAVINGS ACCOUNTS make the tariff bill, as framed with upon Sayings Accounts. $1 opens an
the aid of the President, an administration
account Open yours with us today!
measure, and use it as a

test of party regularity. Secretaryof .
k S Our correspondent banks are located in every part of Commerce and Labor, Kedifield I, .

who has had a long 'experience i in
the world and include some of the largest Banks in the .
Congress and is himself a tariff '
United States. : pert, and Chairman Underwood,exof
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i the House Committee, have had along .
>iiiiiiMHMiiimnmiiM conference over the bill. Some .
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reports have it that patronage will
CATHEDRAL SCHOOL CONCERT LOCAL OVERFLOW. I be used as a club to force Democratic 1. .. ) .. ;.,: :> ,:, ." ".;/.; u_ ,: .
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REPEATED TONIGHT. Several new houses are being builtin Senators to vote as desired. :

Colonial'Park and this new addi- Walter H. Page, of the Doubleday

k So much interest has been upresa-I tion gives promise of many more good & Page Publishing Company, of New
ed over the concert given buildings this summer. York, has been appointed Ambassador

5 Hall on Saturday evening, when to Great Britain. Mr. Page was

"Memories of Long Ago," delightedan Mr. D. B. Raybon, who conducts born in North Carolina, and is noted .....
enthusiastic aodiwp, that it has I the new grocery store at the corner for his tact and diplomacy.

been decided ,to grant the many requests of Church and Hughey streets, is Woman suffrage organizations!, WITTY OR WAGGISH I

r for a repetition of that even- fine gentleman and is doing a splen- from all parts of the ;country have Lingerie is an aid to weak eyes.- I
-b ing's program. did business.Mr. been urging the President to initiate

t. Tonight, Tuesday at 1:15, these federal legislation to authorize wo-
quaint, and'dainty maids will give A. G. Pollison of Southern men to vote. But while it is un- blows.-COlumbia Skirts show which Enquirer-Sun.way the wind COMPLETE

'r again their firellpnt rendering of the Michigan is looking over Orange derstood that Mr. Wilson ,is friendlyto i STOCK
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$r' old-toe songs and'melodies which county and if conditions seem favor- equal suffrage, he thinks the proposal The trouble with the April fools is OF
an always favorites. The admission able he will start a bee and poultry of such measures should come that
with
they are us alwaY8.-Phila-
a :will be only twenty-fee cents (the farm. from Congress,.and not from the Ex
delphia Ledger.
.proceeds being to provide a good tent I ecutive. *

nil court on the school grounds), andY Lester's auction sale of jewelry is The resigning of junior naval of-
; it wifl prove a most eajoyable occa proving great success. Last night ficers is vigorously opposed. by the : Another bright Page has been added Spring
to the of the _
Wilson
;aion t. all who can attend. the crowd was so great that you new Secretary of the Navy. He holds :1 ministration.-Baltimore history ad-
Sun.It's .
The concert, "Memories," will be could hardly wedge in. Many real.that thes young officers who have

repeated ttii t evening at Clnett Hall, I bargains are had here of good goods. been educated at considerable expense - Styles
the little that
,,1IId.i..nOD only twenty-five ,cent to the United States, should, re things count-
I The Unitarian people main in the service so that the gov- especially along after the second year
are having of married Herald.
life.-Waycross
MX. HEVDHCKS TO WED. the yard around Unity Chapel graded e rnment may receive adequate benfit' -
and otherwise beautified. This bone i e for the expense incurred. He -

LahcIHeWic.b is ,an Orlando boy of the most attractive church properties hopes to imbue the junior officers, Floor prevention experts are having FASHIONABLEMCOMING
who has "made good" and has a mil- in the city. of the Navy with a proper sense of their inning and, as usual, are hittingat ..

iitude of;' friends who have followed their responsibility to the country. about a .049 average-Chattanooga "'\ AND

with keenest interest his tuccessfil Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Tetrick, of Commissioner Rudolph, the executive Times. J ...

career at Stetson, his fame as captain Worthington, West Virginia, who head of the city's government, ',

,p ,of the football team of that have spent several months in .the is loud in his praise of Washing- It's just about time to lay you

tmversity and his rapid promotionin city leave today for their home. They ton's response to the appeal for aid overcoat in mothballs. Failing the

the field of mechanical engineer- have purchased a pretty suburban lot for the flood sufferers. The cyclone mothball, you might call on uncle. Straw
lag.y and will be back next week. The and the floods were texts for minis- Asheville Citizen.
The news of'hia approaching 'mar Sentinel will be a weekly visitor to ters in all the principal churches of -
riage to Miss Bernice Alfred, of Port them. the city last Sunday. Paradoxical it
as
may seem, the
English, Florida, comes as a pleasant Nothing could have been more suc- narrower the mind the more prejudices Hats
r surprise. The ceremony is to Mr. John Sheedy, representing the cessful, from both, social and spec- it usually holds.-Norfolk Vicginian
take place in Jacksonville .on -thetwentyeighth Cheek-Neal Coffee Company of Jacksonville tacular standpoints, than that half i -Pilot. -

of this month, after importers and wholesalers, holiday which the President, who is
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;; which the bride and groom leave for of coffee: is in the city and has an a very hard worker, gave himself
Pennsylvania in which state, Mr. ad in this issue. Watch his space when he visited Fort Myer to wit- When a girl has a beau who is'

Hffldrjffrs has a splendid position, and he will have an announcement to ness the best exhibition of horseman slowly coming to the point she might

t and where they will make their home. make that win interest you. ship that has ever been offered at feed him on pop-corn. It may provea Brown & Lartigue'SERVED
that famous post. If there were helpful hint-Danville Register.

JIANY MOTOR PASTIES FOR THE Mrs. c.. H. Abbott, librarian of the more such half holidays there would

3 p WEEK-END., public library, left Tuesday for Winter be less epidemic nervous breakdown ORANGE COUNTY ORANGES AREAS .

Park, where she will teach ford a among our workers. And if men and EARLY AS THE EARLIEST

The fine weather of Saturday an couple of months in the normal department women perpetually in harness would -
v Sunday was the lore to autoraobflists of Rollins college, as she only emulate the Presidential exam- Orlando, April 4th, 1913

and in answer to, the call, several I did last year. During her absent ple and break away from their desks Editor Sentinel-I have read in your

parties were formed and jolly -outings the library will be in charge of the once a week, they, would doubtless paper of April 4th, Judge Worley's
enjoyed: assistant librarian, Hiss Gretchen obtain 'great relief. claim for Dade county being earlier

Among them were Mr. and Mrs.Jit. Ashley.-Daytona Gazette-News. than the balance of the state in citrus FREE

f L Giles, Mrs. Palmer and Miss -, LUCERNE THEATRE TODAY. :I fruits, also Mr. S. J. Sligh's re

Wood, and Mr. and Mrs. J.: H. Vick, The City Council will at the next ply.
Mr. Earle Vick and guest who 'motor session determine,'the manner of the An AU Star Western Program. certainly agree with Mr. Sligh.

Y e4' to Daytona Beach and Mr. and newer construction,' and which line "The Sheriff of Stone Gulch," Kal More than a week' since I saw

Mrs. T. P. Robinson and little MissLaura shall be constructed first and the em-a thrilling western drama, por plenty, of oranges from the size ofa Maxwell House

:. who visited Wekiwa Springs.! work will then be ordered done. Thenwill traying vivid scenes of the wild'wese t. squirrel shot to as large as buck \
be no delay as the financial end ""The Cheapest Way," Pathe-com- hot Today I was in three different J

t GRAND THEATRE. is now assured and the City Council 1 edy. Here's just the kind of pictureyou groves, in every one of which I saw

will order the work to move forward. want to see to enjoy yourself A oranges as large as a musket ball
.. rip-roaring rural comedy, that's all and fruit Blend
"The Blind Composer's Dilema,H grape three-quarters of an
{ Kalem-drama. "On the Mountain Ranch,"' Lubinone inch in diameter.
Mr. Eugene Plunus, of Waterloo .
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= of those
y "Ann" gripping stories which We had several who ,
Edison-drama. Iowa has shippers had
purchased a half section of! .
"Jones Jonah Day Kalem holds you spell bound, ending with avery big of,Parson Browns and
crops
-com* land in this county and will ship a practically
beautiful
climax.
; edy.To car of thorough bred hogs and cattl Remember when lost them all as they were too THE WORLD'S BEST '
you see picturesat ; COFFEE
all lovers of good pictures, we here next fall and he hopes by proper green to ship. Any orange man
the Lucerne see the best for
you
announce for Wednesday our special crossing with native stock to be we lead-others follow. knows a Parson Brown when fully
t feature The Ways of Destiny. A able to establish an up-to-date stoc colored begins to deteriorate.
Special matinee 3:30 to 5
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picture that will -thrill you with its farm in Florida. p. m. I think every county in the citrus
Five cents to Three :&;;;;
wonders of beauty and grandeurThis shows, 7 to 10 p. m.everyone.' Entire balcony belt should follow Judge Worley's ex Highland Grove subdivision is making -I The Lucerne Theatre announces an
interesting story with its .colored The Sentinel announced severeweeks five cents to all ample. (I have had Mr. Robinson's more show of improvement right I unusually good program for all of

photography. will be a grandtreat. ago that the old Macy wago We cordially invite ladies and,chi 1- promise to agitate it) and get their now than any of the suburbs of Or- this week. The readers of the Sentinel

shop and livery barn would occupy: dren to attend our Matinee. representatives to take action in regard lando. Our genial friend, J. E. Car- i are requested to read thin advertisements -

that splendid site. That has, in part, to it. ter, ,has a nice little store out there and drop into the Lucerne -

NOTICE. come to pass. The old building has Col Roosevelt's opinion of a president W. A. DADE. and is doing a good, business. I I and see the fine pictures that

'---*' gone west and two new modern apartment who could be content to watch will be presented.

The Equal Suffrage League will houses will take the place of the horsemanship at 1 Fort Myer; 'instead Beats the band how a want ad in Arcadia will hold an election on the

K+ meet at Unity Chapel Wednesday the old one on the corner of Church of stepping forward and showing the Sentinel gets the biz. 22nd of this month for the purpose The winter tourists in Clearwaterare

morning at 10 o'clock. All membersare and Hughey. Mr. Macy intends making .the bops how to ride, may be im I of ,naming its preference for Post said to be fast living for their

requested to be present ,.this.an attractive corner. agined.Washington Star. ,: s..e for Tkt ......... !Master. There are several candidates homes in the North and West. '

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