The daily sentinel

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The daily sentinel
Uniform Title:
Daily sentinel (Orlando, Fla.)
Alternate Title:
Daily South Florida sentinel
Place of Publication:
Orlando Fla
Josiah Ferris
Creation Date:
March 14, 1913
Daily (except Monday)
normalized irregular
Physical Description:
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Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
newspaper ( marcgt )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando
28.533611 x -81.375833 ( Place of Publication )


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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:Direct Service, Postal Telegraph until 2 a. m. PUBLISHED EVERy MORNING EXCEPT MONDAY. 'Orlando-Prog -essive Center of the Stat

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k HOUSE TODAY. AT THE SAN JUAN !;I, i..l to Tlie Sentinel."J"'"'"' **** 1 I
Special SentiiseLWashington
to the I Special to the Sentinel ABLY-TAMPA IS

r Special to the Sentinel March 13-Chairman' LAST NIGHT. -" Washington, March 13.Beginning'1 Naples Italy, March 13Gen. Por- IN ARMS. i

WashingtonMarch 13.-President. William F. McCombs, of the Democratic I today there will be an exodus of,Pres- firio Diaz declared today that he would.I
The of Orlando
people are begin
Wilson has invited LaFollette, leader national committee, told President ident Wilson's official family for their not return to Mexico. He arrived here I Special to The Sentinel
ning to see that the Country Club and jl
of the Progressive Republicans to Wilson today during an early I homes. Secretary Bryan probably will this morning. He appeared in excel- One of the last official acts of
golf links are the best assets
come to the White Horse tomorrow conference ,at the White House that! among bring up the rear of the processionfor lent health. In reply to inquiries, the 'I President Taft was the redistrietiij
Orlando has. They put the city in
night for.a conference. Highly post. he preferred not to accept the post of line of the of our time. No he will not leave until Sunday for ex-President said that his only desire I'I of the customs service to take eW

ed politicians here see in this open ambassador to France, that he might progress his home in Lincoln, Nebraska, wherehe was to be allowed to rest quietly. on July 1, reducing the number of
tourist town, of the size of this city,
recognition of LaFollette move on remain in private life and probably : can afford to be without these institu will attend a celebration in honorof "All my efforts, however," said he,(I districts from 165 to 49. Florida xriB '

the part of,President Wilson to gather retain the chairmanship of the national -' his birthday anniversary. He will "will be directed toward assisting my !I be one of the hardest hit in the ratter
tions. Tourists, of course, cannot de-
into the fold of the new progressive committee. President Wilson be gone until March 27. country to reach a condition of pros-' of abolition of collectors' offing
mand these things, but they can, and
'democratic party, all progressive urged Chairman McCoombs not to ; Secretary Redfield, of the Commerce perity. I. would go back to Mexico seven out of the eight which fba
do where them.
can get
,republicans possible. definitely decline the offer until he had I It was learned from the discussionslast Department probably will leave late only in case intervention in that State now possesses being abolished =

The object of the conference" is to'' considered it further, and Mr. Mc- night that Orlando will have this today. He left his home in Brooklyn, country by the United States. At sucha principle point of interest of the loot

discuss the attitude of republican Coombs agreed to do so. i N. Y; so hurriedly when summoned time all Mexican citizens without deputy collector of the port, ilr. IL T.
I, the best golf course in this State 1 ;
progressives in the Senate toward Mr. McCoombs told the President t year here for a conference with the Presi- restriction would be united againstthe Ferris, being the Key West office, fe
skin .
I and when the greens are substituted
. the democratic tariff reform legisla- that his preference had been from the j dent that he had virtually no time to foreign invader." I will be under the collector at Jacksonville. -
, for as they will .
grass greens
tion. I I start not to accept public office. The I arrange his private business affairs. Former President Taft, said General } .
be this summer, that we will have as
President Wilson has high regardfor President, however, had,told him that During his visit the secretary will be Diaz, had given him full assurances t I Jacksonville will be hereafter fit
fine grass as can be found on I
Mr. LaFollette and the confer-'he was earnestly desirous of having greens the guest of.honor. at a congratulatorybanquet that the United States was not planning i head port of the customs service in.
any of the great links of the North.
ence will be one,of the most important him accept a foreign post, inasmuchas The and treasurer's in Brooklyn. anything of the kind, "but no Florida, its collector receiving a ,salary _
secretary report
that has been called for by the he had declined to become a mem showed that the club was in a- Secretary of War Garrison also will body can tell," he added, "what politics of $6,000 per year, and hisx>ffia

president I ber of the cabinet The President]I healthful condition and that the leave to put his private business in or l keeps in reserve, or what the being the clearing house for all'otler
It indicates that he has accepted 1 asked Mr. McCombs to hold his mind der and will be gone several days. new American administration may ports of entry in the State and for
and of the clubwere
'I grounds furnishings
LaFollette as leader of the progressive open until at least April 1.. Mr. Mc I I all that the most fastidious could; Secretary Houston, who presides overthe project. St. Marys, Ga. The total salary lid

Republican faction in the Senate. : Combs said later to inquiries he was ask. agriculture branch of the govern-I Diaz intends to remain here two lof the collector-in-chief his dew.-

How far LaFollette may be able, to so strongly urged by the President!; ment, will return to St Louis to close days. ties over the State will be $106,988 '
1 The election of officers for the en-I I
control the progressives in the Senate j that he felt it his duty to give the' up his affairs. per annum and rents paid for officts
I sueing resulted viz: Jas. L.
is uncertain because of the independence -I question more serious and careful con-I, year Other members of the cabinet sum- A ROMANCE OF GROWTH. and other headquarters 'In the Sts a
Giles N. P. Yowell vice-
president ,
displayed by Cummins and sideration. i i it I ; ironed to receive their portfolios with- will be, $61,670. St Marys, Ga., Part:
president Dr. V. W. Estes,
Bristow. It is ,generally understood {1 t Mr. McCombs declared the Presi-I treasurer.; "' secretary- out much advance warning, may also The Daily Morning Sentinel's Plat. Tampa, Punta Gorda, Beta Grande- '

that the tariff is to be the main problem -, dent had determined to pick out diplo- seek leaves of absence to arrange their form. Miami;'St. Andrews, Port Jnglis 'ait
I I The Board of Governors are Mr.
; at this,session, although,this p rematic i representatives solely on a basis 1 personal affairs.REBEL For Orlando. I Carrabelle are made new POTts if
Harry L Beeman, Judge T. P. War- j
dieted, the president may decide later of ability rather than wealth. Mr. A Greater Orlando. entry. -
that''.he wants Congress to take up''1 1j t'McCombs' said he thought that even.t low* L. H. Godge, Dr. Jno. W. Stagg. TROOPS VICTORIOUS.Special For 15,000 in 1915. has eight collectors of customs, noire*
I The president, vice-president and \
j.: the, immediate question of the new,I r rif r he were to accept the ambassadorial I secretary-treasurer, together with to the Sentinel All the good it can do for Orlandois Seven Fat Jobs Abolished.
money law ,i j i i post he might not resign ,as chairman I Nogales, Ariz, March 13.-Mid- its slogan.It Under the present system Florid
the elected last '
LaFollette has been a student of;;of the Democratic national committee,(: gentlemen night, night-Six hundred of the fifth cavalry has a earnest desire to ly, at Pensacola, Tampa, Jacksoma! ,
make the full Board of Governors.
both these economic questions and I t,as he did not think he would stay i It decided to at build are under arms here tonight, take the people of Orlando and the Key West, Apalachicola, St. Augustine -
was once,
: his suggestion to the president will abroad for the full period of the adClose' where Col. Kosterletzky, Mexican surrounding country Cedar Keys and Fernandina. *
the road from there to the county Sonora generally very
have its weight.CHAUAUQUA. ministration. friends of Mr.McCombs federal commander at Nogales terms "ports of entry" and "subpoih "
i I fully into its confidence.
road which will be built the
oun. surren.1
just across the border, of
declared that is was entry" will be abolished under ;
t prac To tell what *
to the Club House. This will you they are doing
ty givea
dered to Gen the rebel
ENDED LAST certain that ,Mr. McCombs redistricting and all
tically &for this city of and subports will be
fine hard surfaced road from Orange -
leader at 6:40 o'clock tonight aftera
NIGHT would retained will be made -
not accept a diplomatic postIntimations they are doing it. ports of enfcy.
to the Club House and
terrific all battle. OnevAmerican
have been in Quite a number of
received I subports of
In this it entry
hopes to have
will fill of the most needsin way every
one urgent
As One of the Staff Views Closing Washington that Richard Olney might!! soldier lies dangerously wounded citizen know just what the other citizen will be abolished.-Miami Metropoft'OXFORD -
the of club ,
a great
way and two American women had narrow -
decline the of ambassador5
Session post. to j in this city. is doing for the city and therefore
"The Orlando Chautauqua closed Great Britain. Friends with whom Mr. escapes from injury. The skirts for business WINS RACE.
On motion of Mr. B. Beacham, the of one was pierced by a bullet as she every concern
last night with an entertainment in Olney has been in communication, I! individual it asks for co-operation. *- i
which 'the principal participant was thought today that the veteran diplo- secretary was instructed to begin a sat on the porch of her home. General J To bring about this that Special to The Sentinel

Miss Gay Zenola MacLaren. This mat would not accept the post because'his canvass of the members of the Club Obregon tonight said that he expected ': in Orlando means will Putney, Eng., March 13.-0xfw4

young: woman ,,is really gifted, and law practice had become so ex j for funds to build this stretch of a big force of Huerta troops better every person acquainted with the become won the annual boat race with Caw- '

is deserving of many fine expressions tended that he did not feel is pos- road, where it leaves the county road. tomorrow, when the "real fight" will advantages its needs city-its bridge on the Thames today. ,
and its handi-
,), for her work, whereeyer she appears. sible to abandon that work now. for the club grounds.The occur.American troops were brought : ; The start was at 4:38 o'clock Cambridge -.

She is not at all in the class of workers No word had been received at the reports last night showed that here tonight to patrol the ,border. caps.All, of which is bound to result in took the lead at once and vxt

in Southern Chautauquas whom,.White House early today from Mr. there are enough people coming to Nothing but a business street sepa- more civic pride-more half a length in front at the middle

every newspaper reporter thinks Olney. Telegrams have'been dis- Orlando now, for golf, to interest ev- rates the Mexican town from the effort-co-operation of vital oneness of distance. Oxford overhauled Tier m

,something fine -must be, said. patched to him by many close friends ery wide awake business man in the and the resumptionof exact knowledge and greater a enthusiasm. sort- the last quarter mile. The counl

"It must be said.nevertheless, that of, President Wilson urging him to I city for the simple reason that these battle,Lere tomorrow would great- was four and a quarter miles.

Miss MacLaren was not at ,her best accept. players of golf spend money and ly endanges lives of citizens on the It will focus the eyes of the outside The battle of the "blues" for the

last night So far as the spirit of money spent in the city, sooner or American site.COMING world on Orlando. aquatic honors of the year "betwem

what she ,tried to render goes, noth- PRESIDENT PRO-TEM CLARK. later, benefits every business institu eight-oared crews representing Oxford -

,ing more could have been asked, but \ tion in the city. TO THE LUCERNE. McADOO'S ASSISTANT.Special and Cambridge-dark and ligfc

there 'was something that kept back Special to the SentinelWashington Our people must be brought to un- I blue, respectively-attracted its usual z

the soul of this woman. To say that i D, C., Marchl3.-The derstand that this Country Club ian Tommy Hyde, premier soft shoe to the sentinel thousands of spectators today.

she did not please the audience wouldbe Democrats gained control of the Sen institution of value in our com- dancer of the world, Raymond Max- Washington, March 13.-John Skel- Beginning with dawn, citizens ef

saying an untruth. No one, gifted :ate by the election of officers who I II munity. When the people understand son, Charles Ulfer, Jack Kennedy and ton Williams, a Richmond (Va.) London began to surge over bridga

as she is, can fail to please, at that I I serve under the new organization.The .i this there will be no trouble in making Johnny Barry, assisted by the large banker, has accepted an offer to become crossing the Thames between Putney; t

she was not pleased with herself. controversy arose over the 'election the club into what the Board o f and clever contingent of dancers enrolled Assistant Secretary of the and Mortlake, and then waited pats,

This is the first time that this re of Carl A. Leoffler as acting as I Governors wish. Orlando is generous in the company, portray a number ently along the banks for the one-
the Sentinel I sistant door-keeper in the place allotted of difficult terpsichorean feats during expeeled fleeting glimpse which
porter has been,sent out, by and has civic pride. She has onlyto was the most

and he may be mighty, gawky, to minority, Senator Gore be shown the need and she will the presentation of the entirelynew day, according to a White House announcement they could hope to catch of the con

and yet he ,thinks he' knows things, charged that Leoffler was responsible meet itWANTS show that will be offered by testants.

and he knows Miss MacLaren Knows ,for the disappearance of the I George Evans' "Honey Boy" Minstrels Mr. Williams was for a long time The Ovford crew, as usual, was tit-
." famous Holtslaw deposit slip during at the Lucerne Theatre, Thursday favorite. Oxford had
what is said here is the truth. PEACE AND president of the Seaboard Air Line a distinct advantage
The Sentinel wishes to say that the Senator Bailey's speech in behalf of' PROSPERITY -i March 20.Hyde's. Railroad system, and was actively] .during the training seaso

Chautauqua has been mighty good Lorimer two years ago, Leoffler was RESTORED. I clever 'stepping, aided by Identified with its creation. He probably owing to its great opportunities for -

for Orlando and the Sentinel wishes elected however, but the committeeon I Johnny Barry, is'one of the featuresof will take charge of the fiscal practice on the Thames. The Can-

mighty well for the Chautauqua. privileges and elections directed Special to The Sentinel the delectable olio. Maxson's eccentric bureau of the treasury. bridge crew in its preliminary traa- "
We have tried not to be gushy, but was to investigate the charges.The Mexico City, March 13.-Hue rte feats are said to seldom Robert W. Wooley, who has been I ing is restricted to the little River

,to,be honest and frank in all that has Republicans refused to support has. called upon the press of the I fail to evoke salvos of applause duringthe selected as another Assistant Secretary Cam.

been, said ,about every performance.The Senator Gallinger for president pro- world to help him in his plans to restore -] middle part, "Seminary Days," of the Treasury, will succeed '-

'. Sentinel wants the Chautauquaback tern, Clark, of Arkansas, was elected, peace and prosperity in Mexico.! and the dancing of the famous "Texas Sherman Allen, including the revenue e BAD STATE OF AFFAIRS.Special .
receiving 46 and Gallinger 18. Today Huerta sent for all local I Tommy" by him and Charles Ulfer
again another year. It is good correspondents ,, cutter service, public building service to The Sentinel

for our people. There are some fly- The Senate today confirmed the and in an address in the! features the afterpiece. life saving service and the selection Nogales, 'Ariz. March 13Obre+

specks that could be left off, but ball y nominations of the three assistant palace, he told them his earnest de! of sites for public buildings. gon's rebels ,numbering somethinj .

means, bring Miss Zeola Mac Laren postmasters general in executive ses sire to re-establish peace, and organ!' SLAYDEN GOES TO MEXICO over one thousand men, including

back. sion. The Senate took no action on ire a powerful army with which to THE GRAND THEATRE. many Yaqui Indians late this afternoon .

t the nominations of several assistant t keep order and if his own efforts to Special to the SentinelWashington renewed the attack on Nogales k

heads of the executive departmentssent retill'aD empty treasury. March 13, (Special)-
MAY ADJOURN SATURDAY. Special feature for today only, "TheLittle Sonora, which is being defended by
Washington, March..13.The steerIng that body today by the president President Huerta said he realizedthe It is definitely announced that JamesL Minister." three hundred federals, under General
committee power.of the press, especially in: Slayden of San Antonio, Texas
'practically completed The, famous masterpiece of J. M. Kosterlitsky and Lieutenant- - of committees to the United States and told the cor:, will be appointed ,ambassador to Barrie. Will be given in two reels. General Reyes.

this afternoon.. The report willsubmitted be AT THE FAVORITE TODAY. respondents,that his government welcomed Mexico to'succeed Henry Lane Wilson One of the best things known to the I While the firing was most terrific .
to the ,all suggestions from them, the present incumbent '
caucus tomorrow moving picture world. Come. an American trooper was shct
and adopted ,in the Senate Saturday. An American Queen, Reliancedrama. .., tending to assist, him in the reestablishment .Mr.'Slayden is thoroughly:acquainted Matinee 3:30 p. m.' through the head,by a bullet supposedly .
The is to of the government and with Mexican conditions and'speaksboth I from
present program adjourn First show 7:15 p. m. a rebel gun. Condition
r the session Saturday, .after making The Winner Loses, :Majestic-com- especially.would' he welcome the suggestions '' ,the Spanish and Creole language Second show 8:15 p. m. I are very critical as the rebels are.

such appointments 'as the president The Winner' Loses, Majestic-Com- upon matters of education with readiness and is regarded as astrong Price always 5 and 10.cents. deserted and crossed to the America

wants made between then and :convening oily of, the masses upon the ,needed pub man for the ,place. I I side as did also twenty-five custoa ';

the special session, early Inj' Don't, fail to see these three big lie works and upon the developmentof ,, MR. AND MRS., MORSE RECEIVE.Mr. house guards. .

April so that it can be submitted to reels.. Five cents to sill the :vast ,resources and upon the MORGAN IN NAPLES. ;

the Senate when it re-convenes as"reeess Open from I to'5 and,6:45 to 10. agrarian' problems.As and Mrs. Charles Hosmer Morse ?. N. WHITHER RESIGNS.

s 'appointment one of. 'the staff f views the closing ,Naples, 'Italy, March 13.-J, Pier gave;a beautifully arranged reception Special to the smtIDeLSanfold

WEATHER; RSFOST.Generally session.Make e. pent Moigariarrived, here today yesterday 'afternoon at.their home in March 13J. N. White ,
,AVIATORS$ FATALLY:,HURT.Rheias .;fair J'rWaf"sad_ ,::Safer-. from Aleaaadria, Egypt'' He'will appeared Winter Park in honor of Dr. and Mrs. has resigned as president and director -
,, France' March 18. Two day. Colder,Saturday;aad,in the,.extreme up.: your'>mind that yon to be ins'_ satisfactory condition Richard Genius. of the Florida Gardens, incorporated

sergeants of- .the anRf.YiMIen', corpswere norUi-west" portion>.FrMay.: advertise, toaerrew. in. the Sendayfte of ,health w1eM. landed.. _He' Many guests from Orlando, Malt Mr. B. A. Howard was eleclei

: '_;' fatatiy iajard today,in:a collission .. - ;,:: ' '; !;\ ....... _..oaiy'pr .o<.:to..kind departed-. _for_Ron, on aapedsl.; ..train. land and Altamonte ,were in attend to fill the vacancy. 'Mr.. Whither w ,'

'if/ between two .vietee., -hi, >'ltiroemtii: i 'Je "'h' (b&it: **: h'will t beW t' .". nee and the affair "was unusually de- I however, contuse > :to supervise tfefaming '
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'jffre, to Mexico had LoOk !
used LOOk !
ikes',stimulating at Stock of Jewelry
n+ Bung that resulted in the -
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,avn who was in very that cou E. LES HER UNHEARD OF VALUES
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'thq have nothing in common
I I that we have formed a partnership under the
Every day features
brings and
peculators and financiers new greater opportunities for
entry should be our above firm name, for a general II
*old. If the inside : I II -I advantageous buying. It will be money in your pocket '
z Lupines could be-opened ii Real Estate and Insurance :J if
ipblic some startling facts M you buy now. Come in and investigate.
ievealed. The buying and and are centrally located in a ground floor office at Xo.. |

r .. 'ttr|fce marks Friar lands and it bear is not some 8.Orange Avenue s(formerly occupied* by Hamilton & Dunn I Iillinery Quality, Service, Variety, Price, are the things that recommendKanner's

certain that some men,high ), where we will be pleased to meet all our old friends
fc,found speculating in explana,1'
ttange of"heads in these to make new ones. 1
.e: trUsted to our I New
.will change work some men good should, and be II Our list of city and acreage property is surpassed by none, 8* York

we have some exceptional bargains. COME AND SEE Us i
;: IbolVn business ability and i

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mixture' of two thirds
j me third oats, a tomato
f; art and one of air slacked '-'-
A ',well together, fill up : i HiiinnmiiiiiiiMiiii
c :md let the contents of one 1913 !1cd.e1sMOTOCYCLES
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\fctrican, .28 East Pine, : C E. Eilpert Superintend All Work. Funeral Directorand
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cone for'.all cowards;, cheats., 'sneaks, ;
f imers'ind wasters. Real Estate' I JTSAFAIR PROPOSITION IF YOU WANT "

,If you ,neglect your ,responsibility Fourteen acres of good land in good 0f "
,you'll:pay the penalty of inefficiency. location. 9 acres in grove. Locatedon TO ASSUME THAT IOU ARE BRIGHTER FRUIT :J
If you squander four .hours 'and nice. lake. Price $5,500. ,. .
your powers,indulge in excesses,deny APPRECIATIVE OF THE VERY Free from the dust mite'and for which : '
S": : your body'auftlclent ,sleep, exercise Ten acres first class land. 5 acres ;: I:
'\ and care,y'0 'l1.10se"your strength and in grove. Splendid location. $4,500. BEST. WE ARE SPECIALISTS IX you command the fancy prices, useSulph.oCitrol .jj" i :

it. health. ,
If lie,'betray trust and break :
{- you Two and one-half acres in excellent
!'your;word, your name will be smirch- location ,All in grove. $1,500. Electrical .Wireing and Motor Work
it. ' ed with disgrace.S
;' If you make no effort to ,improve A large number of business lots in NEWELL ELECTRICAL COMPANY
a your position or: broaden:your mind, various localities' in the city, and
f; .- a more earnest and eager and deserving beautiful suburbs of the city at'prices ,ARCADE BUILDING destroy the "THRIPP,'" use- > .; ,
t' man will dispossess you from your ranging from $100 to $1,000. CHURCH ST. 1;:

job.But' PHONE 280 Black Leaf Tobacco Extract
;: 1913 will be a happy, wonderful Lake front home sites containingtwo t tOur
treasure-laden, prosperous year and more acres of land at. the
1. for all who strive keenly and cleanly. very moderate price of $650. new 1913,Almanac containing full i
!' Bad luck is a matter of characternot -
; information sent you for three cents
k of calendar. Superstition is For particulars call at office over J
' ludicrous by the light of electricity. Dickson& Ives store, Orange Ave. postage. t
i All the wicked spirits are in the grog- I It The Best is the Cheapest
'shop. The evil eye is watching from CARL JANSENADVERTISE .
;.' the front row at the musical comedy. E. 0. Painter Fertilizer Co.
'.:. "Good" and "bad" are mental at i SO GET THE BEST OF #
a a a t t t t t a
titudes. We are' great and stalwart ..
:: or and miserable because it is
i puny
Paints and Wall JACKSONVILLE
:t. our will to be, so. Our souls mold IF you ,
fc- our careers. Want a Cook '
; Want a Partner 1912 WALL PAPER IN SAMPLES I
,;- If there is a,wisp of hair here and e Want a Servant Girl SHOW THEM. ALL YOU HAVE TO f C ----.--
e Want to Sell Piano '
f there upon the rolling pin, it is a sign ; DO IS TO TELEPHONE AND I WILL
Want to Sell a Carriage
'" ,that there has been an argument, also
e Want Sell Town Property BRING THE SAMPLE TO YOUR HOME. /1 11
that there is a suffraget in the family.If e
Want to Sell Your Groceries
there is a pair of shoes hangingon
Want to Sell Your Hardware
' the chandelier in the,morning, it is Want customers for Anything GEO. A. BARKER PHONE 268 Fireplace Mantels, \ 1.
a sign ofan approaching storm.
. Advertise Daily in This Paper
: If a small boy sleeps with one foot
Tiles and Grates
e Advertising Is the Way to Success
out of the window,and a string tied to Advertising Brings Customers -:- -- -
; one of his toes,it is a sign he is going '
Advertising Keeps Caloric Fireless
t skating in the morning before the Advertising Insures Success e Cookers, ,f
;' family can stop him. '"
' If a man invites an old college chum '' Advertising Advertising Shows Shows Energy Pluck ** MISSES HAMILTON DUNN Electric Pocket Flash lights, : j i
,!' home to dinner without warning, it is Advertising Is "Biz" '
a sign that there is not going to be Advertise of Bust t Complete Electric Lighting Plants oi
" very much to eat- in the house. Advertise Long .
r If a man goes to a hospital for an '
operation,'it is a sign that he is goingto Ii Advertise ADVERTISE Well .have now opened their Any Size Installed. j

. spend a lot of money. At Once '
If man'drlnks of hotel J
a a pitcher
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i ice water in.the morning without stops i aa stock of new Spring Hats t

ping,to use" a glass, a sign thathe'WII.uot" a a a a a s a a a \ \ E. s. :PIE CE I,;
in bed at 8 o'clock on the : "
prevIoas.evening.- When you get through reading the and Millinery I \ i
If a man puts five dollars a week in Sentinel, mail it to some friend or ELECTRICIAN, f.j jPI8NE I
the bank a sign! that he is not acquaintance at a distance. Very of.
;f. going. to die in the poorhouse.. ten this brings a new settler. LATEST STYLES. 43i. New laid ....., Ciarth: _
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1 : "The all-important question of Furniture. You'll readily admit that you :

are looking for a full dollar's worth for every dollar you spend, then come I:

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every dollar they'spend, they \
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muck rake, The word trust has several meanings. The one we refer to means confidence, faith and re 'ijHance.

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

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T[ :4MORNING AND WILY v .issue of Farm and Fireside:, who may or may not come' -under the EASTER JEWELRY
"Many country. people never enjoyall class called "prominent," was heard
8UB6CMPT10N tine the good things they might have to remark the other day: that, "Prac-
for several reasons. They either do tically every tourist that comes, to
THE DAILY .SENTINEL,. Florida the Real Estate fever
not know that the member of Congress gets .AT-
- fee year .......... ..........$ .oo from their district can do many and enters the field for business during '.
i, ix,Months ..!................ ,2.50 the Winter.He bemoaned thfact'
lungs.for them, or .else'they are too
11ree Months .................. 125 that he
indifferent to try for these free gifts. was hiring conveyancesto
let ,Week .........!...!..... 10 Sometimes they feel sure that when haul "prospective" purchasers VA.3STS'THE!

- gets 'something for nothing, it around to show them properties onlyto
t By new carrier in Orlando. 60 cents perwntb. one
Daily and Sunday doesn't. amount to much but in 'this find that these same parties were
w- ,-.The Orlando Morning Sentinel can be found instance one doesn't get somethingfor out I hustling the next day offering
tale in Orlando at Carne Nears Book nothing. Every, taxpayer: in the for sale the properties he had shown I ,
Iaore. the before.
country helps provide the money forth day
' ,We will appreciate prompt complaint iftVivery gifts the Government lavishly As a matter of fact, the Florida SPRINGTIME IS IN THE NEW JEWELRY -
} ii not properly made by oar carriers..Adrvrtiilnc bestows through its public servants. law requires every business to pay a AND SILVER. FOR THE EASTER
.ratty wffl be tarnished 'on apuation. Everyone knows that seeds are license and one's right to transact "
business in line
because depends
given away free ,every year, any upon
THE: WEEKLY SENTINEL there is much contention about this whether he has paid a license fee or DESIRABLE ARTICLES AT MODEST ' .
' In year by mail postage paid ........$1.00 Whether dealer .
not the mentioned "
subject, but it is not generally known .. PRICES. .
Jridreu THE SENTINEL,. Orlando Florida. ,
9Oce 107 Cgsrt Street Arcade BvfldW that there are also valuable plants above ever paid a license or not, is '
. J' Phone 24 and shrubs given for the asking. If hard to tell, but there is not much '
:f any group of young people want to question but that a large percentage '. iJ
J. P. SCHUMANN. Editor beautify the school-grounds, the of those who are offering real estate '
JOSIAH FERRIS, Proprietor. -
church-yard or the pretty grove where for sale not only never paid a license, ; :
FRIDAY, MARCH'14TH, 1913. public meetings are held, or even but never expect to do so. FOR THINGS NOVEL IN LEATH-

<< ,- --- their own homes, they should investigate .. One only needs to walk along the 9'. ER. -, ,

: If the automobile violations keep on, and see what can be done for street to discover placards in show PURSES, BAGS,.FOBS AND SIMILAR .
ttey will soon. have to have a pay-as- them by their member of Congress. windows of groceries, markets, shoe ;,
j Sou-enter police court with cash reg- Tulip bulbs, plants, shrubs, and shops; in fact, anywhere advertisingall ARTICLES ARE USUALLY FOUND .
e iter. things from the ,botanical garden kinds of real estate for sale. One .. :. ..,. HERE WROUGHT FROM THE FINEST .
o are all within the reach of the 'con only needs to casually mention at any SKINS-SOME AMERICAN AND SOME . -

,Mr Edison plans moving pictures gressmen. hotel that he might make a purchaseand FOREIGN IN ORIGIN.T.I1.vonsthe. '
4at will talk, somebody having told "Then there are public documents almost instantly, as if from the

-. km that we do not have talk enough relating to crops, plants' and their ground, there will rise up from three
rfready. insect enemies, animals and their to ten men who "know of a pretty
0"" diseases, and other free literature home for sale on Blank street very
{ Sending bricks through the mails that is valuable and interesting The cheap." These men are not in the
Y may- yet come"to have a certain sig- Year-Book of Agriculture is one of business, but are only giving a quiet Jeweler
: Seance-for instance, in answer to:. the most interesting volumes ever "tip." Only a short time ago a gentleman -

fte letter,of a dun. printed, and it is unfortunate that wearing ministerial garb, approached -,
0" a stranger and confided thata /\
copies are never even opened in OPPOSITE POST OFFICE
;-A Mississippi country editor hast many country homes. "friend" had a piece of property
lien sued for $20,000 and is plumb "If there is. a little lake or pond in which he would sell at a sacrifice _
.fckled to death to see his name the neighborhood where the young price. This same ministerial gentle- _-
eupled with such a sum. folks like to fish, it may be stocked man'blossomed out a few days later
o with fish free: of charge, and a man into a genuine real estate man. The
C In the manner of changing his will be sent with the shipment, so result of this kind of work is that
Arm of government, commend us toHe there is absolutely nothing to do but tourists and others are very much on
Heathen Chinee, rather than tofte carry them to the pond. In the large their guard and they "hike for the SILK STOCKINGS
Balkans or Mexico. hatcheries fish are produced by tall timbers" as soon as the confidential -
of 0p thousands each year,' and a simple friend appears. It is a fact that
A_Pittsburgh! woman says her hus- request through your congressman people generally prefer to patronizea
'land has not given her a cent iftirtyeight will bring a supply to your neighbor- legitimate business man and the
years., No wonder Pitts- hood. 'Of'course they are small probabilities are that legalized real
is full of millionaires. estate men are not finding fault
torgh when they come, but in a feW years any
---v-- they grow and multiply in a most with present conditions.We .
F The groundhog is due. to return gratifying manner. If there are'many may remark here that the city For Day -

larch 16, just 24 ,hours ahead of St.hlitrick's applications, it will be necessary to authorities are checking up the list
Day* If he looks like a await your turn. of business men and no doubt, some

,male he had better_ "tek keer his- "Each member .of Congress has the who have been overstepping the limitsof and ,.
_." privilege of naming one cadet for the law will be asked to "cash, up"REST

0 West Point and two midshipmen for
A salt deposit 10,000 miles square i i Annapolis. By. writing to your FOR CONGRESS EveningWear

-2 ad C 300 feet' deep has been discovered congressman you can find out if thereis Congress' is taking a breathing spell, -w
a Kansas; and what we don't underhand a vacancy, and how to get the and yet it is not all a rest time. Sen :
is how Kansas has managed place if it is open." ators and repersentatives who got
act so "fresh. but three or four hours' sleep for

'. 0 THE WEEKLY SENTINELThe several days before the session end- 1
"Does your wife know that tobaccoIflls ed are worn out and are taking some
cholera germs?" asks,the Pittsfcrgfi Weekly Sentinel comes out rest, but there is a great deal of workto .

Guette-Times. No use. They, with twelve pages this ,week.. be done before the new session be-
liver roost on the parlor curtains.. It is 'the aim of this paper to give gins. The biggest task, of course, i Our Personal Guarantee
0- its outside subscribers who. can'pot falls on. Representative Oscar Uni i i

Jis getting so that when a feller avail themselves of the Daily,,one of derwood and his colleagues on the Accompanies Every Pair
an't think of anything else to do and the best weeklies published in the Ways and Means Committee, who are
Ifs wife can't get 'a job teaching state. We feel that they are entitledto framing tariff bills. It is understood
school he invents cleaner that the income tax amendment to
a vacuum this ,and while it is a great expense -
'. sid floats a stock, company. to publish such a newspaperyet the Constitution will result in a large .

o .it is the policy of the Sentinel to amount of revenue, prehaps one hun- Marion B. Ives
4 What Harlem cigarmaker who is re- keep abreast of the times and publishthe dred million dollars annually, being 4
ferted, as having maintained five news fully and fairly. raised from the income tax, and it is ,
idves.on' pay of $15, per week ought o predicted that there will not be so
lit be able to increase his income Because President Wilson cut out I great a necessity for raising money
wry largely by aching other men the inaugural ball a large number of from the tariff. This would hit Flor- EXCLUSIVE MILLINERY PARLORS

few:it can be done. men and hoodlums took too, many ida and California on the citrus fruit .
o high-balls and did the fantastic on tariff, which owuld hurt pretty badly; ,
Bank robbers at Islip, N. Y., re- Pennsylvania Avenue.: in fact, Florida has given ontice thatif Second Floorhundred
3 gently didn't know that the cashiers' o its citrus product is not protectedit

s: itughters chum was "spending the One indignant mother says that will bolt the democratic column. It
light" with her. As girls always talk she does not wish her children taught would also make it possible to cut the
.'.night they were awake when theale pottery in schools, as that is what sugar tariff, and the wool tariff, and -
was cracked and gave the alarm. ails her. friend's husband, who does the steel schedule, and the cotton tar- fifty thousand dollars this
? o nothing but potter around. iff and tbe-but why go down the list? winter. How long can the state af- BRIGHAM & HILL '

r As naught means nothing, and nofling o i I Perhaps the alarm is not warranted ford to pay this price?
-1 means a vacuum, the Butte In payment of an election bet a mann I after all If,the pension list increases Mr. Beach says that bonding the .
' Mner is probably' correct when it Oregon is to walk and lead a don at the rate it has been growing, state is the only right way and that

11)8: ,"A dreadnaughts and the key from Portland, Oregon to Port- and if the country embarks on a sys- the people will come to see that sooner NEWS AGENTS
Jaerican navy will continue ,right land;, Maine. This will be .'a cross tem of aiding, in the construction of I 'or later. Then why not let it be .
a ,*ng in its attitude of dreadingMught" continetal trip by two of a kind. roads, and we get 1 cent letter post- sooner? .
: and a few more monument men
,R r o age elected to and succeedin j Orlando Stationery Souvenir and Curio Store
o Kansas City has discovered: ,that, get IN RE SEWERAGE BONDS CITY ,
The Boy Scouts were the only real very few married men are in its char- getting monuments erected by the OF ORLANDO, FLORIDA
fntection! the had in Nation for all the heores who ever ,
itable institutions. It may be an un- Notice is hereby given that sealed 22 WEST CHURCH STREET
heir march at served the country, the'revenues from "
Washington. ,
: just reference ,that ,the married men bids will be received by the bond trus- -'-- --
speaks well for the noble the income tax will not be'enough to -
are being supported by their wives. tees of the City of Orlando, Fbu, up to
J fll land,but adds nothing to the glory meet the extra expense. POINTED PARAGRAPHSIt's iltimMIIMIilHMIMM
o noon March 27th, 1913 for the pur-
I .4 the ignoble policehood of Washing Some Chicago girls have organizeda
FLORIDA ROADS A HINDRANCEMr. chase of $140,000.00 five per cent sewerage -
to believe as hope.
fan. you
matrimony club with the basic prin- V. Beach of Portland Maine bonds, said bonds being of the
One way to break a friendship is to
o ciple that a man must have_$5,000 a says that he has toured Florida this following denominations: Fifty bondsof broke yourself. EONE CIGAR THAT j
.! , benefactor of mankind has year to even be considered. Wonderif $1,000.00 each. Eighteen bonds of go
winter and that he traveled over the
jrisen in California He has discover- they've outlined any plan for round- each. **
states of California and Washingtonlast $5,000.00 Truth is indeed if it
If a concoction which robs roosters of ing the ? mighty prevails EVERYBODY LIKES i
up $5,000 eligibles yet
) winter and it is his opinion that: Said bonds to be delivered $70,000. in a horse trade.
= fcir ability to crow. A sharp ax I '
o Florida leads all othr states as to climate immediately, and the balance in two "-
:ministered with vigor just where "It is winter here, but we know' and soil for certain lines of agriculture blocks of $35,000.00 each as the City The more good luck signs a man -
fee:tail merge into the comb the hyacinths are in bloom in, Mem- and that in citrus fruits needs the money for said sewerage knows the less he amounts to.
it also effective. phis."-St. Louis Globe Democrat the state no longer has a competitor.But work. Interest payable'semiannually. H WLEr'SSTRAIGHTS
o Yes, and the April-fool peaches are he points to Florida roads or'lack No bids will be considered for less
The Kansas City Journal remarks beginning to bud.-Memphis Appeal of roads as a stumbling block in the than par. All bids must be accompa- Stealing a kiss may be either pettyor
fat "Mr. Taft doesn't seem to have And the peaches in Orlando are ripe, way of the progress of the state. Mr. nied by certified check for an amount grand larceny-it depends upon the -
Iccn so eager for a change, after all. and the orange trees are white with Beach says that until the main thoroughfares equal to two and one-half per cent of girl
#, is soon as he reached Augusta heParted bloom. Io are all made good high- the par value of the bonds bid for. Get the best cigar at five
for the golf links." Then, as ways the country districts will not Right is reserved to reject any or Every m ther'.'son of us would be cents, the next time you
?A: frerybody knows; the black caddies The New York World charges that develop as they should and the cities all bids. More information in regardto rich if our foresight was one-half as want to smoke-judge for
r y>t 'what change he had. Ambassador Wilson aided and engin- are retarded in their growth by these these bonds wfll 'be...furnished upon good as our hindsight. yourself. I"

o eered the revolution that cost Madero i hindrances. application to Bond'Trustees. j '
Onions are Dr. Evans his life. Now let President Wilson i He makes the startling statement, Dated. Orlando; Fla., February 25th, White canvass shoes, silks and -
fc "have little food value." But they act so .energetically as to command'r that after spending four months 1913. satins, all colors, dress goods! ,in all
+ lave an ,enduring: perfume which is the support of all "forwardlookingmen traveling over South Florida and talking Signed. .the,latest' patterns for, old and young i Made in Orlando and sold
Iculated to chasten the :atmosphere ;" if our ambassador has done with several hundred people who E. G. DUCKWORTH, i are the leading specialties' at Kan- I. by all dealers.

md otherwise, discipline the vic n,J this thing let the punishment follow came to Florida to invest and did not,I .D. LOCKHART. ners* '_New.:York. Bargain Store.' .There
jfe. The moral influence of the onion the crime which is by far worse than he is convinced that poor roads has E. F. SPERRY. ,' are;jilso some of the'greatest bargainS : '

c '",fc impregnable. .point.- that of filibustering. cost this part of Florida alone two- ....\.'". '!'...-... ,.....TrUttees. ,offered. in. years... to' be '-IIIII..rllillllllllll++ : t'S

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i' 1iEt1I5WL JYNfl1 We still have some extraordinary Ribbons, used so much for Ladies' .

i'I values in SHOES for those neckwear, can be had here

that want, values and are not so at about one-third less than you

particular about being right up are in the habit of paying. If Y

I 9HSE to the minute in style., you don't believe it, ask to see

Shoes worth $4.00, $4.50 and them. You will not be urged to

.' $5.00 all go at $1.98 in this lot. buy. You won't have to be

T Ask to see them, you may find urged, the prices will induce you.

MEN WOMEN CHILDREN just what you want, and save We want to call your attentionto
half the price. We also have a some extra values in Ladies''
'complete line of strictly UP-TO-
Muslin Underwear, and for the
EASY TASK FOR US, WHEN YOU COME TO SEE THEM. THE-MINUTE Shoes, and we next week we feel sure that we

I I' THEY WILL PLEASE YOUR EYE. BUYING YOUR SHOES know the prices are right, or we can make it worth while for all ;:
( would not be selling so of
to buy a supply for some time to
(I AND HOSE WILL BE AN EASY TASK FOR YOU; WE them. Ask your neighbor about come. Also in Ladies colored


9 4 , AS WELL AS STYLE. OUR SHOES AND HOSE WILL shoes. They are positively the i price seem as though we were

best that money can buy at the giving them to you, as we have
4 price. too many, and must get rid of

MONEY. All the New shades of Velvet them.Don't .

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Mr. J. H. Estes, of Taft, was in Mr. C. E. Lord, of Wheeling, West]\*IHMMttMMItt XIIMIMmfliMIMttiittHllllillMllimiHt ,
Orlando yesterday on business. Virginia, is in Orlando for a few\
WADE days.

THE ORLANDO TUNER FLA. sundries.Shannibarger's'. for bicycles and, Mr. and Mrs. John A. Doran and Specials S P for SHOP AT S SeciIs P for 1

family are in Orlando from -Providence -
1 J. E. Tracey of Taft, is shipping Rhode Island.
another car of lumber to Orlando.; '
The,Elks will meet tonight to elect Mr. Frank W. Swift, of Elizabeth, 11 Friday 14
Friday I
their officers for the.ensueing... year. Mr. S. M. Sightler of the firm of N. J., who has been visiting for some .
weeks in Orlando, left yesterday.
Taft bus-
Sightler went to on I
These warm days are rapidly,draw

ing vegetation upward and the tour- iness yesterday.Mr. Mr. and, Mrs.. T. N. Selby, of To- Saturday 1 15 I..U Saturday ISI 1 1

ist homeward.The ronto, Canada, are among the late
G. T.Hull, who has been visit:
arrivals at the San Juan. .
cropping off of,working hours ing friends' at Emporia, in Volusia

r and increasing the hours of loafing is county, returned home yesterday.Mr Mrs. W. W. Drinkwater, of Kokoma FIRSTIIMIIIilliiHtliMlllilliillMiiilillllliilllllt Monday I 11? .
killing more men than long hours of Ind., was among the winter vitit- Monday
work. ,,Christ Holderf, of Winter Park,I ors leaving yesterday for home. This

.. and Miss Grace Broward, of Taft, washer, first visit to Orlando, but
,Mrs C. D. Christ and guest, Miss were married at Orlando yesterday. she was so well pleased that she will *. 11111I111111111
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and Marian Groves will --: -
Moon Miss C t return again next season.
motor to DeLand and Daytona in ,an I Mrs. Kate Craig, of Jacksonville, e The Well-known 'j
Famous BAY
has inventeda
A Cincinnati
'naughtymobfle" this morning. is in Orlando 'on a,visit to her sisters, physician

,Money to'loan. on improved property. Mrs:'N. P. Yowell'and,Mrs. B. Drew. automatically.machine that will Now do will ones become breathing a i STATE CORSETS!! Brand 01 Eiffel and Barefoot Sandals for

reality the man who is too lazy to
Y. Way. It will to read the Booster
pay you and Girls
breathe. Niagara Knit Boys
Column. There is a house. and lot in Batiste and Coutil.1
Mrs. Jno.,Thompson, of Bronwsville, offered for sale, that will appeal to I Mrs. LeRoy B.,Giles has returned to '
Pa., gave a voice recital at the New anyone'who has a little cash to invest. her home in Orlando, after a visit with : Finished Sn Embroidery Garter top and pure
'Lucerne' f last' evening, muck, to 75c to $1.00 value.
her relatives at Fort George. Mrs
and Lace. All sizes
those Mrs: silk boot in black tan
the of present
r pleasure ,
After, ',a visit, of .several weeks 'in Giles was formerly Miss Nell Brow- 'J''
Thompson is possessed of a rich',con- Orlando, Mr. ,and"Mrs. N. G. Weeks ard. She had as her guest at Fort and 'Lengths. 3 days and Most all sizes. 3 days 1
fails to white all sizes 3 ,
talto voice and never please returned, to their ,home in Elizabeth- George, Miss Marguerite Drennen, of ,

:her, hearers. town, N. J., yesterday. Ohio, a former Rollins college student, only days only. only. I
and college friend of Mrs. Giles'. Mr.
Inspect Shannibirgers big stock of Jacksonville accompany
Giles came to to -
Mrs. Cornelius' Van Houten, of 69c.1
Bicycle tires. his wife and Miss Drennen home. 59c. 48c.
Hartford, Conn., who has spent the I
winter at Eola College, left yesterdayfor -Times-Union, 13th.
Mr. J. C. Volz, representing the I i
West Palm Beach, where she will 11111 11111 11111 11111 11111 11111 11111 MHIIIIIMIM ill I 111111111111I1111111 ,
Queen & CreScent'railway company, .
Money to loan on improved property.S.
few days before going
is in our city at present looking after spend a Y. Way. : }
the,return trip business for his com- .
Mr. Volz is a genial, good fellow Money to loan on improved property. : See ourGenuine
pany. '
: S. Y. One of the good friends of the Sen- Panama Hats .
I and well met, and will, no doubt, tinel has a birth day on St Patrick's :
do a good business for the railroadhe I Day and he requests that all persons :
represents. J, H. Baughman and wife, of Stan-
who have the honor of being born on I -
ford, Ky., who have been sojourningin
hand their into this
that day names
Mr. S. M. Blades, a prominent piano Orlando during the past two office so that a St Patnck's birthday : $15.00 value $9.98utittiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiini
and organ merchant, of McLeansboro, months left yesterday for Savannah, party may be arranged for. This : ,
III, who has been spending a short Ga., and other points'enroute to their gentlman has made good for three '

time in Orlando, returned,to his home home. .Mr. Baughman is a breederof .quarters of a century and yet is as
yesterday morning. He expresses fine horses and had one at the Or-
sprightly as the average man at fifty
himself as well pleased with Orlando ange county Fair, receiving a premium St.Patrick's .
and would be a lively guest at a
and expects to return to spend the thereon. He thinks there is no Day celebration. New Goods
entire season next winter. climate like that of Orlando for the Arriving Daily

winter. ;,
; Bishop Vincent while enjoying a
A Car of White Sewing Machines the launch "Geneva" on Lake i
Just arrived. See Magruder, 82 Ar- Mr. A. C. Fisher and wife, of Bos- Lucerne, filled in a sudden lull, by '

cade .Building., ton, Mass., accompanied by Mr. remarking very seriously:"Well,thereis
Fisher's brothers, Captain Charles just one feature of my visit to Or- The Big White Store
J, N. Aheck, who has been agentat Fisher, of Clearmont, N. H., and Miss lando that fills me with regret" "Why,
Taft ever since Taft has been a Alice Florentine, of Boston, are guestsat what is that," enquired Mr. Brice?
station, has been prompted to the the New Lucerne Hotel. Mr. "Why," said the Bishop, "I fear I .
'Deleon Springs station and will leave Fisher is a prominent and successful shall not have as full appreciation of f

for his new home just as soon as the I commission merchant of Boston, and heaven as I should have,had if I had ON ORANGE AVENUE ,
change can be arranged. Mr. C. H., is buying a few carloads of citrus never visited Orlando." s
Hartley will take his place as agentat fruit for his trade while here, thus
Taft combining business with pleasure. { t ,
f F. M. Chritzman, representing the
Rockford Watch Co., of Rockford, HI,
was a visitor in our city yesterday
I I Mr. Chritzman is a friend of Mr. One dollar per thousand in any I

Lescher, the Jeweler, and has been quantity desired. Purchasers mast
t coming to Orlando since 1884. He I do,their own pulling of plants. Better I
says that he is firmly convinced that I plant now. My packing house in Orlando -
YOU 'HAVE Y [ NO IDEA[ Orlando will live up to her slogan of will be opened from the first i, WorryGet
"Fifteen thousand by 1915," for he of May to June 10th and I will buy I'

has noted her remarkable growth in all your tomatoes.
What $25.00 in Clothes moneycan the past few years. S. J. SLIGH.I I
the habit of! going to
do for you until you see theNEW i .'
| Money,to loan on improved property. Whenever you want painting or a
SPRING MODELS I! S. Y. Way. 'papering done in a ,first, class, man- McCUL'LQCH'SDEPARTMENT
t ner, it will pay you to call on W. T. .

Hart Sckaifier & Marx T. D. Wiimarth, and wife, of Providence Entrican 28 East Pine street .

', ILL, who have spent the past

You can' get some very excellent things at month in:Orlando' left, last night? for FOR SALE-Small seedling orange STOREOPPOSITE

less than $25-and at:more; we don't ,-r<, Washington,,D.. CL,'where, they will trees in.any quantity,at five cents
:spend another: month before returning -
want to limit you ; each G. T. HULL, POST OFFICEA
.,tu.-their- home.- "Mr. Wiimarth i iSi is- Pine Castle road.
The kind oi clothes you want retired-:. .manufacturer of dry goodVand

The kind of service you'll like tame.to_Orlando' expecting to re. hair
LOST A package containing ,
".aaain i"onIy"'a 'few days' but.found this t between Livingston and West St step into this establishment on Orange,avenue will

,dtyso much to his liking and the peo- Finder by.leaving'same in of Brand ,New Merchandiseat
suitably put an atmosphere
: you
: 'congenial that:\he remained a
> 'pk7s6{ -
a SCRGS :& MICKSQN whole. ?'. nth, and 'regretted'-that his : :: at 3t prices that will let you enjoy the,Biggest Savings.

,;reservations i ;:at Washingtoniompoledalan"O .
: 1st First
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CONTENTION. 'OF-THE NATIONAL New Orleans; William :P.,' BOOSTERS- j I I iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiii'.iiiiim iiiiiiiii'.iirtm
;CHILD LABOR >COMMITTEEJacksonville of the Associated Charities, CLASSIFIED(classified adver

ingham Ali; ,and Leon: received after 10 o'clock '

:Fla., March, 13.-The President of the be ran in the "Too Late
before the evening of B'nai B'rith in Mobile. column.
prineipal.addens' of five lines, or less ap-
session of the National Child Labor An address on The 30 mords.-one time, 25 BUICK
: Conference was' delivered by 'V!. H. and Child Labor was times 60 cents; one week :

Smith, ,of Greenboro, N. C. Mr. Richard ,E. Conant, 'one weekly editions) ,.
Smith outlined' the campaign ,against Massachusetts Child Labor $3.00.

cotton mill child labor in North.Caro tee. -Good Horse, Carriage II ..

lina. He said in part; ., For work on driv- :
The Car .That Sells
to Wm. Win- .
**I have learned not a few thingsin CONQUEST OF THE ,
: this campaign dealing exclusively' By the Car Load r
with, cotton manufacturers."First First Public_ Flight of,an in Thornton Park, 'a nice :
This Country. east part of the city. Carl
that there are a few manufacturers : :
In 'The Curtiss \ '
i *who recognize that reforms
must come, and who will enter into an Glenn aeroplane Curtiss'flight describes in America.the 40 acres of fine land in What a Buick Has Done For
will near station and "
this and
agreement' upon subject, before any one bad ever
stand just ,as true to it -as men do in young Yankee.inventor{ and Terms. J. B.'McKay, I. Others a Buick will Do for YouRecords

any other business of life. periiueutiug with i the Sentinel reaches ,
1 "Second, that there are other men Bell and others: and is read.
who aspire to be considered benefac- "Baldwin climbed into the '
the ,control in band and 5% acres with five-room
tors,who tell you of all that they have the motor. When we railroad only few hundred for the past,are the best promises for the future.
done and .are doing and make them- stopping! place. Plenty of
of the machine it sped over
selves into a distinct class of strad- a scared rabbit for two or small shrubbery. Ten to At the beginning of the 1913 season there were 110,000

lers. These men will enter into a, defi- dred feet and then, much to small orange fruits. Good spears hunt- Buicks on the road, and every one of the 110,000 Buicks has a

nite agreement and then go just as Jumped into the air. This and especially suited record.It .
sr .completely back on it as the public had worked for through come to Florida for the
' will permit. They, have taught me that months and naturally we like the country life with is nothing unusual to see 'a Buick which has run from

not a,few of these big captains 6f industry brief with a and good uncertain deal of emotion.course to. ,General town. J.Delivery.P. Perkins, 25,000 up to 100,000 miles and even more. And you never hear

these builders of churches, and "Rising to height of of a worn-out Buick.
i. schools,' are made of" plain, common feet Baldwin a flew the is the beautiful sab-divis
Northeast of the city and
dirt,just like the rest of us. tance of 318 feet 11 inches some choice lots there. "I started out in my model 17 Buick in six inches of snow
"Third, there is another class of came down ingloriously on .
manufacturers who believe'that a man As we learned on the morning of February 3rd to post some sale bills.. I

who can build a mill shall be left to framework of the tail had EGGS for' sale. Ap covered 944 miles over roads nobody else had traveled since

run' it as he pleases without let or machine had flopped over' 705, City. the snow, and was in high every minute, up hill included. V ,
and dropped on the wing, .
hindrance from, any source whatso-' way and caused the Cook, man or woman in left my motor running all the time I was posting, and used 9}=

i ever. It is refreshing to fight with completely'around. Apply Sentinel of- = gallons of gasoline for the trip.
these. "It had taken Just 3t. .

"Take any man who,opposes legislation build the machine and get "I have watched several other makes of cars in the past
for the protection of children.If the trial; it had taken Just or For Rent-House,.five
ty seconds to 'smash It. bath, 607 East Central two years, and every time I have seen a Buick, it has always
he be'a North Carolinian, I can outline
Ammann. P. B- been the work. When Buick has miles and
his speech. First, there 'will be thing had been 393.7tpd.. doing a gone 30,400

a glowing reference to his churches achieved the;first machine public still seems as good as new, it is quite enough to convince me
heavier than air
and his schools. So often have I -THREE GOOD DRY LOTS that Buicks are built the way theyought to be built.
heard it that I have begun to doubt THE FIRST WELL BUILT UP. ONLY $150 J. H. GARBER, Portland, Kansas.
: the good of 'it all. Would it not bemuch ,- QUICK SALE. $1000 CASH

better to have p people able to They Had Weights, Not DOLLARS PER MONTH OR The Famous Buick OverheadValve
build their own churches and support Were as Big as
their own schools? The fact is that At first the watch was tf Motor is guaranteed to have more power and more speed
this giving is all wrong, and is the of dessert plate. It had
than any other type of motor on the market. It will pull
most seductive method of destroyingthe was used as a "pocket
manhood'of any race. The second liest known use of the EIGHT PER CENT PAPER SE- stronger on low grade gasoline than any other type of motor
occurs in the record of FIRST LIEN ON ORLANDO built and the fuel is less.
stock consumption
argument is that mill people are IN SUMS OF ONE HUN ever
mentions that Edward
much better off than before AND OVER. IF YOU j
so milL'I they were larum or watch of iron IDLE MONEY SEE ME AT ROADSTERS AND TOURING CARS, $950 TO $1650, F. 0. B.
,coming to the doubt likewise of iron gilt, with
whether a greater falsehood was ever mets of lead." V. M. MORGAN. tf ORLANDO. Catalogue on Request.

taught Knowing both sides, I am The first watches may
certain on this subject. supposed to have been of Experienced managers,
.4 tion. Tbe first great wife) want the manage- ,
"It would give me great sorrow to of for European hotel, on salary,
substitution springs I
see my people begin to move from in 1550. The earliest rent good place. Address, Cook Automobile Co.
their mountain homes to our mills. Box 672, Orlando, Fla. 3t ,
coiled but only straight .
Before any man starts, he must have 1 Early watches had onl
already made up'his mind to throw the and. being wound up -By experienced man. Po Orlando Florida
floral and landscape gard- ,
burden, of family support upon the could font, be expected taking care of gentleman's I

,. ,shoulders of his wife or his children. nearer than fifteen or Yi".c'V summer, or permanent,
in the twelve hours. The home would live 1
When a mountain man decides to do ,
'this- he has lost the best part of him. silver or brass. 'The cases, or as janitor of public. tiiti i ii tum.'unnuutuuuuuuut4SIGN
tats but opened. at the ba Strictly temperate. Ad
lien don't hire out their children in
and were four or five Bunn, Orlando, Fla. 7t
my country, and the average' of intelligence eter. PAINTINGJack tit
is better than ,that of any A plain watch cost the WIFE, German, want po- Preston will paint your :
'Man capable to drive autc LIGHT
,mill village known to,me." $1,600 in our ,currency very handy with tools sign on short notice. Good work. ( THE

Others speakers were: was ordered it took a year house. Wife first class ,No. 10 Washington, street 14-6t

Rabbi Standards David Marx of Child, Atlanta Protection., on Ancient Exchange. Exasperating, Sentinel, best ,of references.3t. r I PATH TO PROSPERITY I

Homer Folks, New'York, on Physical A stuttering salesman -New seven-room house ,

_t Effects of Premature Employment New York buyer with modern conveniences. E. Merchants who use Electric Signs never lose o
Jean M. Gordon, former Factory In.pector proposition. In.well 409_Anderson St. 7t I Oscar Hand&Son I !

New .Orleans, on Economic bit proceeded to fay !' COOK-Man or woman, in their way by choosing the wrong road to suc- (

Effects of th e Eight-Hour day. hjs superb argument ;; family Apply to Sentinel j I cess. You simply cannot fail to attract new I

i John C Campbell, Russell Sage every Wl turned 31.I 11
"bs" and "rns," and I customers if you use an Electric Sign It acts
Foundation, "fwm fountain Cabin salesman stuttered pJl iIL.The n' E. South street and" I Successors. to J3. Hand I
to Cotton W .._ buyer before Church, small pin with'' like an irresistible magnet, drawing all the i :fthey

Afternoon. -.-;.... pjeading was a caustic, Julia glass on on other one side.side, inscrib-Return I" FULL LINE OP COMPLETE I trade within its reach; That j is the reason e n

T j sonville,' Fla. March 13-The map, and after five_ at and receive' reward. I HOUSE FURNISHINGS commartd the attention. of buyers.For c< r
} : opening meeting of the National Child tug 9a point" where the ; (I
Labor Conference was held here this floundering!! *. el! d'd. FouF room house in Concord .- ,I
held his hand and said Rent low. Apply to J. L
afternoon at the Board of Trade Aud "I'm up afraid 1 ani. 'Amelia Ave 4t 11 I COME IN, AND SEE US Every Store OwnerNo
itorium. Sherman C. Kin lij'j di-I Cajl) agate! '-when yobs -

'J ctor(0f the Eliiafeeth McCormickMemorial .TfajTsaJfiSman turned I -of Corner, railroad.Jjroplrty House, close of IiiIi'.4 matter how small his business, the Elec-

Relief Fund, Chicago, presided toortification and rage' ;, and bath; Modern con- II tric Sign is the cheapest and most effective
_at an informal discussion of the "B-b-b-but"- \ Twelve fruit trees on
:following questions: ", e.tld thS buyer, A bafgato at $4,000.00. advertising.
Is resolutely\ toward the ClOwn* P. 0. Box, No. WELCOME TO C
the immature child i proper t>V when you're sober." 6t Phone for our Sign Designer to call and submit

ct of 'eharitabla relief And the infuriated i PALM a sketch.
1 Shall the. I state pensiort wld3ws t ed.-Washington Star. r fortune is better than large ROYAL
I No Trouble ,to Us---No Expense to You.
Shall the school support the child 11 ; ,F I in the culinary department

; Shall l charitable societies relive -.11iiulay as i has matrimonial aspirations. BARBER SHOP

family distresses by finding: work for 'Where to&aulaye! -
children? clearly shown b) who express a willingness to Modern and Complete.
heavily on th WAT[ & lI T CO.
tread less
An interesting contribution Ib the could ,tooth the in the back world for when you may Everything new,' individual I
diiscussion of the last question was with a tighter hand If away. you electric attachments at every

ti made by A. T. Jamison, of the Connie to stop as well as he favor. chair. No stone has been left
Maxwell Orphanage, Greenwood, S. say, his talk would be unturned to make this shop
C. ,He said in part: if b wonderful" It is meet th erequirements of the

r "It seems to me that so far as the in the sentence, "He most particular. Plenty of
relates to children under than it required and not :
question O I, ts < 0 agelCesy room. Courteous attendants.
fourteen of a negative kind. Macaulay, In o'"a"z .+..
years age
J from excess of the w'... a i4 IIIS.C ELIJAH WHITEHEAD,
:, answer'must be given. Work is not: talk according to ( < ",III t ... =.. Proprietor.
p the little child's greatest need. The :1 Scn
als. As Sir Henry 1I =
c charitable is to seek :;: = < Orange Ave, Orlando, Fla.
y society supposed memory had peso.. m .. .w Model
intelligently to supply the greatest Flashes of Ignorance as OG) =>- -= _: .d. "= M.c .... r Grocery

Mc need. The child needs care and train- lend are' net"e'SU1'1'to ... ".,. "=" oaf .. waUbaoa
He must be er. And so. as has been Z. III.-f'' -
ing. developed along OIll 0. .... -
often exhausted his
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normal lines and it is abnormal for \1 =
i: = '
he exhausted the .. 18 West Church Street
.lIIc" oaa
him to work at remunerative task
a a- C o
Chronicle. Q .
; supposedly in a manufacturing establishment - ."".,. a ..... .u'at9ao: .e. .. -.y
Juvenile < .. "= 8. TUf FANCY
I) in order that he may sup- A = "' -..
port the destitute family of which his A small girl of five "= 4dc FRESH
member. cently with her .. = .. m
a public garden in < :na"onoF We Give Our Personal Attention to Our Customers and
Miss Adams has observed that it,. ington monument Zi .! = CAR
,' often 'happens in America that the tion and she inquired < = '; iG -e Guarantee SatlSfadioD'aDd Prompt Delivery

?4 eldest child in the family of a widow ,"That," replied her = ,III, a... w .. w != ou IHATEVERYMQYBTAUONG Give Us a Trial
goes to work prematurely, before he statue of George IIIh.r '
amxea Scn'5Ee ,
1?, has had an opportunity to learn'.a The little lady ii

trade, and in the end his mother comes for some moments, ; wa I \ Subtler Bros. Proprietors
"Washington didn't < 1-"o.. = vf.c ,, ,
back:on the community for support t AMOT -
statue,. did be.. MY.! kMwiOgeaagv
;; and all\ the, younger ,members of the Z 1: e '" !

'f family are objects'of,charity because No Self : 10 d l ASK FM KMNSTUTIMMAGRUDER
w' his childish strength is quickly ex Indulgent c. = : 01.:. "= 0 -
s:: a
'.rb' :: j"
In addition to her other burdens .. ,0rn -
hausted. yon Horace. is that = ot: X ..
t _the mother has an invalid to care struck your proper : < . a e u 8 ''=.1.' I,
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for. haven't found-you 1=> h.:: BEAll THE NEW

t L Amon.ra ,who contributed tc I grace Nephew-nub! :>
self seeker, -
to be ,a '
} the dwcwioa,were Jean Gordon, d : '
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{.' '.$TA'rtldOF.MABTERS., .
AI a t.,abIr&cf.propositionvon they "

*ic ti es of political i eti eette the order ' :

:;mule; by,.the post ;office, departmentIfctween ii
the days of November and BANK i I COMfANr
:,March,'when it was ,known that political
parties ,were ,to, change bases Y x
at Washington, it is possible to. justi
fy''theaction. But on the ,whole it is j .. Capital ail. Sirs art Uriivided Profits )120,<..").

6 i contrary to the code of.American political Total Researces
over Three.earters of a Million a
'in titu ions. This is a govern
You will find that
iinentof The
political parties.
Report of the
Condition of Orlando
power:. is held responsible for allthat ,
is done by the machine.. and most popular I lines Bank and Trust Co, Condensed

ry. Being responsible, that party : From Report to Comptroller -
should be"in control of the machinery.The Feb. 4,1913RESOURCES j'
Post Office .Department is one It is to your o? r

-of the most important.,factors in the
United States and far ":. ; Loans and Discount .,...393161.05 .
reaching in its influence, and the department store where we are Overdarfts ,............. 193.53
National Stocks and Bonds ....... 26,018.33 '
.at the Capital and
all 'its subordinates should be what have for Apt Real Estate, Furniture and
so organized you we Fixtures ... ....,..... 25,853.44
as to work harmoniously. It
is a well known fact that as a rule, : Cash on hand and in Banks 215,08183

post masters are not selected with a ;
view to their: fitness, but rather because $660,311.18
of their political activities. This BRING YOUR WATCH TO I E LIABILITIES ;
being true why should the Taft' administration Capital Stock ...........$100,000.00
which has into 1 Surplus and Undivided
; now gone EVERYTHING
history, seek to encumber the democratic Profits ... ..... ...... 22,832.33
administration with an army of t Deposits ... ,...,....... 537,4185
thirty-five thousand third and.fourth
class' post masters? Can any body Allen $660,311.18We

reason. out how the retention of .re invite the attention of our cus.
publican postmasters will help the tomers and friends to our statement
'people, or assist the democratic administration t above and wish to assure them that
to bring about the reforms jj _ we appreciate their patronage and
and inaugurate the policies.that : S ask for a continuance of same.
p\:the people voted they wanted? y Don't forget that our deposit are V f
Nor can it be said ,that this order Orlando insured.A .
Is made in the interest of efficiency, cordial invitation is extended to I

for the reverse rule has proven true. I visitors in our city to call and open
Neither can it be said that Mr. Taft Untied Slates Governaeni,State..County Depository. an account with us.
made this order that, postmaster-
ships might be lifted above petty politics 01
I ,-because no man ever resorted to
morO petty political means to line up ,
post, masters than did the ,Taft administration ..., MII1IIIIMHMMm>9t'
prior to that ''National
Convention. All, that argument
amounts to nothing and is as empty

.. as n thing'itself. .
Post Master General Burleson i r 'THE MARKET

:should, as fast as present incumbents My Spring line !ARR . I A OF QUALITY
fill their with democrats
expire, places good -
fully in 'sympathy with Mr. Boys Straw .
"Wilson and the great work he has L.
newest shapes.
mapped out and the country will be
the better for itMORNING : I Panamas for $5.

-AND "EVENING.T s :. i I II 4 Trouser in all new line : I US YOUR EARl

I saw the morning with purple
quiver and burnish bow, stand tiptoeon
the horizon, and shoot sunbeams .
,the,vanishing darkness of, night, and l't t
) then reach, up and 'gather the stars Clark Ro I
and hide them in' her bosom, a..nd TO MAKE GREAT.
1 then bend'down and tickle the stum- STRIDES IN ESTABLISHING IN ORLANDO :j

bering world with straws of light till Successor to Jerome
it woke with laughter and) with song. .
.A thousand bugle calls from' the rosy I PERFECT MARKET J
fires of the east herald her coming;
a thousand smiling meadows kissed :!
,. lei garments as she passed, and ten ---- -' .
thousand laughing gardens unfurled ::., '
their tIow rftags"greet her. The
heart of the deep forest throbbed a THB NBW A j
tribute of bird-song and the bright '
j waters rippled a melody welcome.. .
Young life and love, 'radiant with: --r-, .. Meats Poultry and Game =
lope and .sparkling with dewdropsof Cor. South and ,
exultant joy, came' hand in hand,
tripping and dancing in her shining '
and' WE BUY FOR CASH AND Satisfactory Accurate Service A
train I wished that the heavenof .
the morning might last forever.
'I saw the evening hang her silver
.. ,
crescent on the sky and rival splendor Our Prone V OUR DELIVERY-PROMPT, AND RAPID-MEANS YOUR
of the dawn with the glory of the PURCHASES. DELIVERED WHEN YOU WANT THEM F
twilight I her the shad- ,
saw wrap 1
And an Order will Have x
ows around her, and with a lullaby on .
Delivered to Any
her lips rock the weary world to rest;

then I saw her with her dipper full D. B. RAYBON, Proprietor Over this List of Specialties {
of dew-drops and her basket full of
dreams, slip back to the horizon of
Y the'morning and steal the stars again. ALL-PORK.SAUSAGE CHOICE GRAIN FED POULTRY
The gardens furled their flagflowersand OF CHOICE MEATS CHOICE DUCKS AND GOSLINGS
the meadows fell asleep; the song OYSTERS FRESH FISH

love pensive of melancholy birds the"with and forest good-night a,sleepy halo melted waters of hollows.parting into to whispered the sights day life drowsy,upon and and a REAL( (ESTATE'I A 1( ( t Market Y

". their brows and the starlight tangled
among the gathering shadows and I
t The trend of
wove all ,the sweet memories of the
'morning into their happy evening Northeast. '
song, and I wished that,the heaven of
the evening might never enL So, Sunshine, Park are ILMSSELF.&CO.

The mornings come, the mornings go, is Paradise Hill.
The; raven locks turn_white as snow; 20 East Pifie Street. , PHONE. NO. 80

The, evenings go, the mornings come, ;".
'Till hearts are ,still and, lips dumb, , ", /. .
The'mornings steal the stars in vain . >.' >'...." ...
'" :
For evening steals them back again. F. A. t

Thus life steals us from the dust . .

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Louis C. Massey President t A Board of Trade-is created"for a }
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T. Pietas Wariow. Viee.Pra. Walters Howe..Cashier, --- purpose, and if it can not serve that I .
'Howard.C $abcock.An't Cuter. Samuel; A.Newell. Ain t Cuhier purpose without a paid secretary thenit ..
should have a paid secretary. In ... '. .-
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road minded, energetic and free .
handed to go forth and do battle .
fora city in these days of-close and .

I hard competition. The Secretary, to ,

1. STATE BANK make Business, a success relations must that'would not have hinder any

him in serving the public-for to say "
he is simply serving the board of WIDOWS

lade is too narrow a.'view to take of .
of Orlando . the subject The board of>trade ex-
4 '. ists for the public and. is the, public
!' aDd the,man who looks upon it as a .
dose corporation or association is
and all those who have been deprivedof
ESTABLISHED 1893THIS : f mistaken. So the secretary shouldbe
fret handed, not connected with their natural protectors and desire .

any business enterprise: that will cre- information, assistance, or advice, .
,. the oldest Bank in Orlando,has ,had nearly ate jealousies that lead to dissentionsor will receive here the same careful,
disorganized effort. To do this asecretary conservative and respectful consid-
of in this
of experience banking .
,twenty years
must be
paid a living salary. .
eration would desire for
we our own
section ol Florida. It offers its services to all wishing The St. Petersburg ,Board has a very
loved under similar
whom ( ones
active man they pay $1200per
business with a bank carefully con- .
1r to transact year, and this amount will get'a Whatever your requirements may

ducted on conservative. banking'' principles.. good active young man. Many men be, it is always a pleasure to serve
now holding responsible positions in you..
banks and business houses are get-
We draw drafts on all parts of the world and buy ting but $100 per month and are mak-

E and sell domestic exchange. ing good. So that it need not cost .
to exceed $2,000 a year for a secretaryand

room rent and stationery.If I f PEOPLES NATIONAL l BANK 1
y Our correspondents, with many others, include the right man can be had for the< ,
place this amount will be a good investment -
'the:National Bank, New York; First National
; for he with ta good boardof a special enclosure, desk, chairs, tellers
Bank, Philadelphia;, Third National Bank, Atlanta; advisors could do much for the window and entrance to cashier's office
maintained for ladies.
community.On .
Merchants-Mechanics National Bank, Baltimore;
. the other hand, if the businessmen
"The Progressive Baik" Yew account solicited
Continental & Commercial National Bank, Chicago: do not see their way clear to
maintain that sort of a board of trade .
National Bank of Commerce,- t. Louis.
then it remains to do the best we can

under voluntary service organizations.What .
ii We.Pay 4 per cent Interest on Savings AccountsitlilMlitlliMlllimtMMmilMIIIMMMIMMH Orlando needs is a get together .
and get busy spirit. Let us I
T endeavor to put Orlando ahead this

Special to UM Sentinel CHAUTAUQUA NOTES
Last night the Rosalind Club rooms Westburg, L. I., March 13.William
Y 'presented a. pretty .scene, a number I Fitting, a 19-year old boy, lost both Another Chautauqua has gone into
of card players having gathered for of his legs for a second time yester- history. Whether or not it has beena
progressive auction, while one. table day. The first time was four years success is largely a personal ques-
ol Five Hundred was placed for those ago when he-fell under a Long Island ton, depending much upon the viewpoint -
not enthusiastic over,Bridge. Railway train near the station at That the city has receiveda
r The Hospitality Committee, Mrs. T'I Glen Head. moral uplift none will doubt The ANNUAL MEETING OF THE'I.
P..Warlow;Mrs George R. Newell and I On artificial limbs he was standing visit of strong men'.and women can FLORIDA AUDUBON j
x. .. 'Mrs. Gaton Edwards served dainty- at the station here yesterday when I not otherwise than benefit. That SOCIETY.The .
refreshments at the close of the evenS -.:he saw a woman crossing the tracks there have been some disappoint- Large Assortment of
y F ring.a .. ,in front of an express train. Recalling ments in the talent can not be gain- Annual Meeting of this Socie-
;. the accident which had befajlen said, but.on the whole, was it not ty will be held in the spacious and
,. LIKES ORLANDO BEST him, he shouted a warning to the wo- beneficial to the community, and can beautiful grounds of the late L. F.
man, but she did not heed, and young Orlando afford to go without a Chau- Dommerich at Maitland, on the after- New\ Spring and Summer Woolens
Mr. R. B.Walker, of LaPeer, Mich., Fitting stumped his way to the tracks tauqua. ? noon of Tuesday, March 25. It,is
-came to Orlando a few days ago,'en-.and dragged her from danger, only to hoped that all the members of the
;J route to his home. 1 fall himself across the rails. Bishop Vincent and Miss,Hamiltonleft Executive Committee of the Society,
,Mr, Walker 'has been spending his Other persons on the platform saw yesterday for Chicago.Dr. in the various parts of the State, andas embracing the most favored
t I the lad and rushed to him, expecting
winters at St Petersburg and other many as possible of its members,
,;;' poits South, but he is so well pleased I to find him fatally hurt. He' aces George Summey is a splendid may be in attendance.Miss .
with Orlando that he says he will I picked up legless, but not in the least platform manager and did faithful Katherine H. Stewart, of Alex- weaves, has just arrived from our
come to this dty to spend his winters I r wounded. The locomotive wheels had service. andria, Virginia, who has accomplished -
hereafter. only broken off his wooden legs. so great a work for bird pro .
: '11. This is only the conclusion, how- The most embarassing question that 'tection in her own State, is spending Chicago ,
: ever, to which hundreds of others AT THE LUCERNE. Orlandoites had to meet from our 'several weeks in Florida, under the
F 4 have come after investigating other guests was: "Haven't you any parks?" ,direction of the Audubon Society, and
places and The Sentinel congratulates -Motion, Pictures of Excellence- in the interest of its work. She will ED. V. PRICE & CO.
x: Mr.,Walker upon his wise choice. EXTRAS An automobile ride over the city visit schools and women's clubs in
:. "Orlondo once, Orlando always." Feature Today lead several of the Chautauqua enter- as many towns as she can reach, will
Y ONE DAY ONLY tainers who to from St assist in forming local auxiliaries and
came us If you'll make an early selectionof
.n ROLLINS GLEE CLUB Petersburg to exclaim "Orlando has Junior Classes, and will solicit mem-
A marvelous production of pho- bership for the Society.
1'y St Petersburg beaten to a finish for
The Rollins,College Glee Club will toplay. This picture was madein beauty of situation, but St Peters- There are a large number of Flor- style and pattern, let us take
T. arrive in the city, Wednesday,.March dear old Ireland, portrayingsome burg people certainly have been busy ida people who love birds and who
19,'and will give benefit perforance of the most beautiful scenes beautifying their city." are alive to their inestimable value
at the Tampa Bay Casino .for the 'hardy imaginable. This picture to the farmers and fruit-growers of your correct measure for your
V Hillsboro High School the funds going is a marvel of art, thrilling sen. the State as destroyers of insects and
The Fellows Grand Concert Com
toward purchasing hymn books fork Rational, exciting from start to pany said that they liked Orlando noxious weed-seeds, but they are scattered Easter suit. We will guaranteeyou
the High School The Rollins Glee finish, portraying one'of the most much but Florida climate about here and there, and are
was too
Club bears an enviable reputation, wonderful dueling scenes as a climax very for them. therefore unable to bring their Influence -
and a fine program has been prepared.It ever presented in a photo warm to bear with compelling force complete satisfaction. ,
is hoped that a large audience will play. Don't miss this treat. You upon legislation and public opinion.
L them. .-Tampa Tribune. have, no doubt, read the book and Mr. Magruder, by turning over the Why should not all such persons become -
here's your chance to see the Lucerne Opear house to the Chautauqua members of the Florida Audu. Brown &
AT HOME. play. made a personal sacrifice but did bon Society, and thus keep in touch Lartigue
Mrs. Mallory and Mrs. Thayer have "IT MADE HIM MAD," Vitagraph Orlando a good service and the peo. ,with one another, and greatly multiply -
issued,cards for reception on Wed Another one of those funny Vi- pie should not forget him. their power for good? If the
netdty,March twenty-sixth in honorcf tagraph comedies. Its a scream, Society had several thousand mem-
Y Mrs. Clement Chase and the Misses. "that's all" ITS TIME TO GET READY FOR bers in all parts of the State, it --- ---
McCormick: "THE GOVERNOR'S DAUGHTER," EASTER. would be able to put a stop to the FIVE HUNDRED KNIGHTS AT- ed out and gave several exhibitions.This .
,Selig slaughter of songbirds, plumage TEND GRAND LODGE. demonstration was followedby
;Y. THE BETTER JUDGE. Selig presents a beautiful story As the days grow longer and Eas- birds, insect-eating birds, and game an excursion on Lake Tohopeka-
Two men were discussing the merIts portraying executive clemency. ter draws near, thoughts turn from birds, which is now going on so ruth Special to the Sentinel iiga, which. was attended by every
i of a book. One of them, himselfan One full of pathos and very cold-proof apparel for wintry weather lessly and so disastrously.The Kissimmee, March 13.-Both morn- I, delegate, and as many townspeopleas ,
author, said to the other: "No interesting; one in which you to the lighter and brighter new i officers of the Society appeal to ing and afternoon sessions of the room could be made for.
John; you can't appreciate it You must see to know all things for Spring. all such citizens of Florida as are State convention of the Knights of Reports show that eight new lodgeswere .
never wrote a book yourself. Matinee 3:30 to 5 p. m. The spirit of springtime floods the interested in this matter to place their Pythias today were merely meetingsof instituted during the year, and
F "No," ''retorted John, "and I never Night-three shows,' 7, .8, and stores. You can feel its influence names upon its roll of membershipand the Grand Lodge of the order. To- one charter restored, making the total
-3 laid an egg, but I'm a better judge 9p.m. even when you sit at home and read to join actively in its work. The night a banquet to which a numberof for the State 100. The total mem.
;< of an omelet than- any hen in this Admission five and ten cents. THE SENTINEL fee for annual membership is one local people have been invited will bership of the lodge is 5,883, an In-
country Entire balcony five cents to ev- Every one is talking of the new dollar per year, and Mrs. L Vander- be held. The convention comes to a crease from 5,641 within the year.
Moral: The man who reads the :eryone. styles and planning, for new hats, pool, Maitland, Florida, is the treasurer. close tomorrow.
Want Ads is a better judge of'business new suits and accessories. The ad- The following persons constitutethe There are five hundred visitors in CREED OF THE BENEVOLENTAND
than the man. who reads only GOODNOW TO AID CHINA. vertisements are particularly inter- Executive Committee of the Society the city and every K. of P. Lodgein PROTECTIVE OR-
the news. Pekin, March 13.Frank Johnson esting. They tell of the newest of : Mrs. Kingsmfll Marrs, Maitland, the State'of Florida is representedhere DER OF ELKS.
Nearly everybody in Orlando .reads Goodnow, of Washington, D. c., was i. styles, the fabrics and colors to be chairman; Mrs. W. F.,Blackman, Win- by one or'more delegates.A '----: f
the Sentinel Phone 24. today appointed chief advisor to the the vogue, and the many novel and ter Park, George N. Chamberlain, great parade was held on the Believe in thyself' as well as in
Chinese government in the reform of becoming modes Fashion has decreedfor Daytona, Mrs. E. E. Coulson Braden- streets yesterday composed of .the, others; exalted be thy ideas of right;
It. is, well because it is profitable the constitution. the season. town,Mrs. D. Dyer,Winter Park,Mrs. members of the order, followed by protect childhood with tenderness;
; sad you will find it so, if you will ;' Now it is time to prepare, to take Algernon Haden, Orlando, Mrs. A. seven hundred school .children. woman with' chivalry; old age, with
< \A take Kincaid ft Sno den'._ funriture ATTENTION ELKS. advantage of early selection to secure McAdow, Punta Gorda, Miss Ottylia Promptly at 10 o'clock the conven- respect; others seek to benefit; do
:t- store into your confidence when you You are hereby notified that a reg- your complete Easter outfit in advance Kokossynska, Maitland, S. M. McIntyre tion, was, called to order at the high good here and now; keep in reverence -
*;; are choosing. new furnishings for ular session of Orlando Lodge No. of the eleventh hour rush. Altamonte Springs, Mrs.' C. H. school auditorium and addresses of the memories of those who have :
your home. 1079, B.'P. 0. E, will be held Friday, Read the advertisements in THE Morse, Winter Park,.Dr. H. R. Mills, welcome were 'made by his honor, passed away; enjoy the good thingsof
March 14th, at 7:30 p. m., at ,which SENTINEL closely and constantly State,Board of, Health, Tampa, Mrs. Mayor N. C. Bryan and Prof.,R.' F. this earth; keep within the glorious ,
> Whenever 'yon" want', painting or time the election of officers will be every morning. They will keep you, Kirk Monroe, Cocoanut.Grove; Henry Evans,.principal.of the Osceola;High sunshine of youth and above
papering i ,done, in a first class man posted. They will direct you to the!Nehrling, .Gotha, W. R. O'Neal, Orlando School all,. remain always of good cheer. ;
4 ner, it will-pay you to call on'W..T. held.By order of the E..R. ;most reliable stores and enable you I'. /:W. C. ',Temple,. Winter. Park,1 1KrI. J :The.,respease \was.)'Ids by:' H. 'S.
Entries286 EaItPine: street H.. N. DICKSON,. to purchase springtime apparel 1 jto ., Brae Tfaetto; at :Petersburg : Haaftea, el.:Taaft, grand efctneeHor Mr.: and:Mrs. H., W, ,Bisfeop came
S -- Secretary. beet,advantage., Judge ;T.. PSetM. .. :Wartew- .., Or; of..tfce- ;State, ->orgOTJMtinn.XBe .,.. over ,to,:Oriando ,yesteatay ,in t&elr
: A Car V White Sewbg [addaesNk aiN-, : ) rtsfMfi'WSM gliM1aaside&ofYWiga auto Swtis. and_._rule day cenjoying
,Jo*:anfot. .See, Migrate,. 82 Ar, Inspect Siwafttrgert Mf. took' of Curtis & O'Neal's for real. .eetate, -'''' ':, a 4 MMNT I :..el+ftrftiaf lees : ,tfceslg>4i fa.tie_"Opporten.-

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