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 15, 1913
Daily (except Monday)
normalized irregular
Physical Description:
1 v. : ;


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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, NUMBER 29.



James Watkins, who is very fond of Special to the SentineL ELECT OFFICERS. RIVER IN ITS

good horse,'flesh,:made 'the purchase DeLand, Fla.,.March 13.-The Uri Special to the Sentinel GRASP.
of,a very fine beast at' the fair, from Th report. that it will be the policy versity of Florida baseball team Orlando Lodge of Elks held their Atlanta, Ga., March 14.-Five known .
of,, the administration was Special to The Sentinel
among the_ speed horses., The animal, new to per defeated here this afternoon by the election of officers in the lodge too mthousands I dead at (least a score injured and

11 f though considered gentle, was known mit Federal officeholders to serve out Stetson University club by the last night, with many members in at-; of dollars loss marked the Omaha Neb., March 14.-The ea-

' ,'to be spirited. 'and speedy. Yesterday their terms has been emphasized bya of3taL score. tendance. path of the severe rain and hail storm tire trans-Missouri country from the

;:while driving r,southward on'Orange letter 'from Congressman Frank The game was a hard Exalted Ruler, T.. P. Warlow. which swept this section just east of Missouri river to the Rocky mou- e-

s avenue just after; he had crossec Clark, an interview with the new Post from; the very start, although fought one the I Esteemed Leading Knight, E. S. the city last night. The storm, which tams has for twenty-four hours been f
:Church' masterGeneral.Since Keyes. originated near the Old Soldiers' in the grip of the worst spring bli-
street the animal
.switched its start; that was made by the local athletes
'tail 'over the lineand in ,an effort ,to President Wilson's inauguration , made it appear that the final I, Esteemed Loyal Knight, J. N. Brad-. Home on the outskirts of the city, zard ever known in this territory. Tonight
.release Washington has been crowded Shaw.. traveled: in a northeasterly I not a freight train is ,
:; the line, Mr; Watkins gave, the score would be large, for Willard the direction, operafc- u
1'a by those eager, to secure recognition,: cut a swath about five I ing between Omaha and mountains
Esteemed hundred
cut. with the whip and the first batter for hit for Lecturing Knight, J. M.i yards: ,
l' t and it is said that should there be I a home wide half of the wires
' extended are down and
Cheney. through all
horse holding the line
tight, started run, and Snedinger followed for threebases I
,at full,speed'and Mr Watkins was on a general) ousting of those appointed' and later stole home while Shaw Secretary, C. P. Dickinson. county. Today the devastated sectionis passenger trains are several hone r

able to:_check the speed of the horse, during the preceding administration i was winding up to deliver the ball 1 Treasury' T. H. Evans. entirely cut off from wire communication late and general business is suspended. r,

find to, add,to,the dilema; ,the belly there .would not be, near enough'of.:I to the batter. Tyler, John F. Empie. with the outside world and later -
bind broke fices to go around. But it now seemscertain : Trustees, James third reports, it is believed will swell) ;
,thus frightening the bothe'mo The Gainesvillans were held Laughlin, ; W.. I I
I that incases where, there : scoreless the FREE TARIFF
e. At, the turn of the'street is until the seventh round M. Martin, Walter Drennen. list of casualties. BOOTS, SHOES
,*i :the school grounds, it plunged no, question ,of incompetency brought I rightfielder allowed the ball After the lodge closed a delightful Eighteen Dead In Rome. AND. PRINTING PAPER.
into the cement' curbing, thereby forth to cause their removal, all por- to get by him, and the Florida repast was served to.the members and Rome, Ga., March 14.-Eighteen are -
ties holding ,office in the, player Special to the SentinelWashington
Postoffice dead
throwing:Mr. Watkins from the buggy scored. This the visiting Elks.MASSACHUSETTS. and many more injureas
I was only tally that
Department wil permitted to : the D. C., March 14.-
serve result of the
: storm {
to the brick which ,
.pavement, where I he Manager Elliott's swept
boys could
get Tariff duties
out their terms. The on boots, shoes and wool
same policy, it over Northwest
'wls'pieked, up: in,'a .dazed conditionaad I the game, for 'the Stetson REMOVES THE Georgia last nigh
team to be
\ : are reduced
is thought to be certain, will obtain The under the new tariff
't WM taken into the home of W. H I I played jam up ball during in i HATPIN MENACE. property damage was very heavy I law .
with regard to other departments. every The as prepared by the Ways and
:Reynolds and Dr.'Beardall, summoned ning{ the did principal damage was done at
I game. They not give Means Committee.Free .
: ifon his arrival, it: was decided. tt t Congressman Clark's letter follows: their opponents the least chance Special to ,The Sentinel Armuchee, Rosedale., Curryville and
to boots
'"Editor, Sun: I have just\ad Oestanaula. and shoes was decided
'Move:' . Mm,to, ,and he was- interview with the Postman an rally for Lee, who did the heaving Boston, Mass, March 14.-Those,women on by the Ways and Means Committee
t new fi Fourteen
t harried tote 'McEwan, hospital An r' stunt for the winners of Massachusetts who do not are reported dead at
was Rose-I as direct
General and he'advises that it dale. a effort to break the
me will Communication
K ,examination disclosed somewhat' and whenever cover the points of their hat with that
severe I a gloomy inning tried pins control of the
be the
policy of, the administration to I is difficult II alleged shoe machinery
court' ha
,; ,braises about>> ;'tfee. scalp, but it'ii to serve ly prepared himself and from injury on and after April 7, Five Die in Memphis. held
pitched hard [
was legal under
. out terms for the laws
\ which patent
they have Memphis, Tenn. March
thoBghfttftat '..there'are' .will be liable 14.-Late st
to fine of
no 'broken been er. He worked not allow his "fast a not more* Free wood
'bones; 'or::series.* internal injuries. commissioned. He :stated' that ones" to split the plate. He would- than one hundred dollars. reports received today from, the I I needs of pulp is given to meet the
this rule publishers who adhered to'excpet must tun
storm-swept section
t. 'Whfle lde Wftdition' is silt An act to this of Madison and
precarious, keep them on the inside was signed by to
{in cases where charges or outside corners Henderson l Canada Norway and Sweden t.
s Dr. do not add ,
McEwan Governor to the
tWnks Foss
there is need wher today after the
no. it was legislation -
impossible for
the secure, their
and the of
like supply
were preferred and list of the I print
.l ,for'serioas'a mansion. i proved. Alachua county performers toi 1 landa ) had been under discussion for dead. Five were killed and to the exactions of the paper trust

/ a, Late last'night he,wresting easyrecovery I, ', r solid blow. Shaw, the spitball more than two months, and had provoked over one hundred are homeless. I Representatives paper
MI desire to, ask #hat9t'u pitcher At of both the
give this Lexington between paper
and it 75 and I
J. that heated 100
thought bls in
will arguments committee
for the
statement publicity in columnsin UriiversitY'of Florida team, houses and shoe trust has been ,in Washing..
t your were practically demolished.
; was chosen to do the in ,which 'men' and women took part : ton for
heaving and he months
' order that working to
"( applicants for office may Two.Killed At Columbus preventthe
be.A .. be advised of the attitude of the ad- pitched i a fine article of ball but his Attempts to restrict tb e length of the Columbus Ga. March placing of these articles into the '
j ; pins failed and the
GOLDTOQTB .TUGS : ministration support at critical manner in w lochof government to dissolve
< I I on this subject. i momnenta was very cyclonic shoe machinery
'" .. :proportions struck Columbus
'., .ff'k", : and they were to be rendered harmless was trust .,
"y .poor, much off color. A medium- I was the selling i in foreign
r 'i oU8, re? ?cf'K early today, causing damage
t h .St. left to the discretion of the estimated -
} news : Pete rs- sized wearers. markets
crowd its
.001.' .birg- olbe'f3thsays-jJ ,ni". d I "FRANK: CLARK." .. .,. , present_{d,witness the :: at several hundred, thousand "pattented machinery at -
4'' :: 1 exniDinon and great resets could be dollars. lower price than the |ra machinery
,' '
,:, "It .devel ps .thAt. the gold teeth'!STATE HORTICULTURISTS heard for many blocks ''away whenever TROOPS GUARDING JAIL. Two :have r was ,sold for here. .. .
','thug that'entered thedental oftkee wr-of I"I MEET sensational .tt"., r;..:'" ,.-.- '_!If. jI persona ft.. .. been_ reporteduuea. I
;: .Dr. William:K. Bradfield, peiiteefin .I play was executed.It Salem 111. March li Three I Buimings of the Eagle ana PEASANTS
i com-
-.ltl to the SentineL was steadiness and determination Phoenix Mills and the Swift I SLAIN.
oifeer' ,ofices the same. ,night 'Dr.' 'I>. I DeLand? March':: '14.-The ;Florida ( of the Stetson boys that grated i parries of Illinois National Guard are I I Manufacturing H3 ? .._, ,.
5 ,
,. r;.B. .C"WeUJ.avietim, ,ce reporting.' ( hij I I P State" HortiCultural.Society' will meet_I upOn the nerves of the Florida ath- tonight stationed at the jail. here in II I ished residences Company were partly aemol- Special to the Sentinel

? laa"aa'iboat fIO."Thil s ia the second :here on' April for Aa three-day ses le tes and it is believed that the which Thomas Fullen and Ernest I and ; were blown down Frankfort on the Main, March 14.-
street traffic
jaM'. :. ,Dr. ,Caswell- ,has been, _touched, sion. Gainesville players lost confidence in Harrison, ,held on a charge of assaulting '!i demolished.AERONAUT Three hundred Albanian inhabitants

"tin' the first instance' he communicated An( interesting program is ,being their ability when they saw they were Dorothy Holt, the 14-year i r PLANS TO of Liuma in the Turkish province of ,
dentists and learned that prepared by the committee in charge up against a ball club that had an in old daughter r of Judge C. H. Holt.A CROSS Kosovo were shot without trial by the

I I" *.a.,:series' .of th fta"hlcfbeen"Diade,. tin and' it is expected that some prominent field like a stone wall and an outfield mob of two hundred surged about OCEAN. Servian troops yesterday, according

i offices, there, ',about, two months igo- horticulturists from Washington like a well the jail, making threats to lynch the Special to the Sentinel- to a despatch from Uskup to the

t.'.i Itwu: .. thought. then, ehre,' might bel i I will be presept to deliver addresses. The defeat that the University of two prisoners. Milwaukee, Wis., March 14.-Joseph 1 I Frankfort Gazette today.

: ,a and"gang operating. in St. Petersburg> As soon ,.as the program committee Florida received this afternoon was Sheriff Versells, fearing the situation Brucker, a 'former Milwaukee man,1 I I I "The inhabitants of the district to

Must Atlanta.' r baa, arranged the details an advance the first they have received so far this would pass beyond his control, i who is planning to cross the Atlantic talled four hundred the despatch '
be the,same.bunch that paid will be season. until applied to Governor Dunne for aid. in says. "They were unarmed peasant
program published. It frequently today's contest they I a balloon will not use a dirigible,I
;.a'viiiVto! :Oranldo'a ,couple'of',weeks from and did not follow the the
Troops three example of
J ; happens' however, that some had a clean slate and it was the ambition nearby towns werushed re but an improved gas bag with no

f; :::ago fieei..and' went. ,through. -' the;" dental of of. the best things.for the program are of both Manager Elliott and also to the scene and the'sheriff mechanical devices, according to a letter rest mountains."All of the. Albanians in fleeing to the s

not,secured until the very last moment Coach Hoffman to finish the season now feels confident that there will to his wife, who is visiting here.

.' *' with a clean record, but the Stetson be no trouble, although hundreds of Brucker is a Wisconsin man who were captured by a column of

,. "SANFORD' GETS A, FACTORY; The members for 1912 are earnestly) boys spoiled Florida's prospects for men are entering the city from the now is an extensive manufacturer inKiel i I Servian troops, who, after shooting

: ;,The Sanford Columbus i is to:have' a- paperfactol'1. requested to renew their'memberShip the high honor. The same teams play; surrounding country. Germany, and has won fame as three hundred of them, brought the ,
,, Paper Company, o:t and all those who are interested i in again Friday and Saturday. Fullen has made a statement' say an aeronaut: surviving one hundred prisoners te "

: :'SanFranciaco, , manufacturers, i Orange the development of Florida are urged! Score by innings: R H E ing that Harrison urge f him to commit Mrs. Brucker says her husband will Prisrend, capital! of the province." -" ,

.and vegetable papers have i ,arranged'to :: to become members. They can do so Stetson . ...20010000*-3 8 4 the crime to satisfy a grudge leave Munich soon for Key West,

k ,.that. city locate a paper factory i int by remitting $1 to the secretary, E. 0 Florida '. .. .. .000000100-1 3 5 against ,Judge Holt ,for the latter'spersistent where he will begin his'air trip across REBEL LEADER IS, REPORTED

; The Painter, Jacksonville, and ;will be en Batteries-For Stetson: Lee and inquiry into a murder casein the ocean. He plans to start April DEAD. '

; company/has leased the" largefireproof titled to,all the'.privileges of membership Laurcey; for Florida: Shaw and Ten which Harrison is said to be involved 1 ,and will make his only landing at -

; Pk 1a raghoused, Chase i and ,together with 'a copy of the Rev. C. E. Patterson of the the Canary Islands. Special to the Tex.Sentinel
Company the Laredo, March 14. No
on tracks of the Atlantic ceedings. ny.W. Methodist church, tonight led a moband' ] confirmation -

::-,. ,Coast.. .. Line" Railway. which to Pp lace G. SPHALER AT destroyed, all the liquor found in of the reported capture and .
..guar paper :equipment ,and printing K. OF P. ELECTS OFFICERS. the blind tigers. Carranza, the ,
presses., , understood that the TURKISH CRUISER. Coahuila constitutionalist leader, has

t: 'plant will be. installed very soon and Special to the Sentinel-. Mr. W. G. Sphaler, of Taft, attended MRS yet been obtained here. The report

:;it promised; that,.i it will begin, orating pe. Kissimmee, March 14.-The Grand the inauguration ceremonies of PARKER DEAD. Special Athens to the Sentinel came last night in a private telegram.
; r ,about the first >> Mr. Wilson and is greatly pleased Greece, March 14.-One The Texas-Mexican border 'is
of quiet
.May Lodge,Knights of Pythias of Florida, Special to the Sentinel Greek !
transport sunk
with his trip. He that was ,and four today. The '
says the reported
fighting in Mexco
elected officers today ,follows Los Angeles March I I -
as 14.
: weather -Mrs. Jan burned to the water's edge and two '
was beautiful and that the opposite the Texas line
GOING TO I GAINESVILLE.; Supreme representative, Sumter 1 L. Marsh Parker, one of the_founders of other vessels were riddled with shells] is all fify ,
largest crowd of people he t to
saw hundred
ever one miles in
,Mr. E. S. Pierce Lowry, Tampa; grand chancellor, W the Ignorance Club of Rochester the,
will move his fam: in one spot were in Washington N. by the ,Turkish cruiser, Hammidich, interior at the
rs ily 'to J. Sears, Kissimmee grand vice-chan on Y., the second woman's club least, so that it does
Gainesville ;
the first organiied her raid
/ ,of the the' 4th of March, but he got close during along the Adriacoast tic not threaten immediate
: month, where he is in cellor, Robert E. Davis, Gainesville; in America, a member of,the Daughters .: The trouble. The
engaged the transports
enough to see a, live President of the were landing border( is -
electric busbies grand prelate, Scott M. Lof tin,' Pen of the American closely watched by Federal
:. The business here sA- United States Revolution and ] troops at San Giovan Di Medua
though not close ontheir troops as :
\\lt'-which-has, been' .conducted,by him for cola; grand master at arms, E. J JRoberts p enough to hear him. a writer of note, died here- yesterda Y way to aid the Montenegrins precaution. ,'

I some.!time: 'has been incorporated under 'Key West; grand keeper 'of Mr..Sphaler: ,then went, of bronchial pneujnonia. She was 761 I in the Siege of Scutari. PRESIDENT

: the name of E. S. Pierce Company records and seals, W. H.,, Lattimore, Baltimore across to years| old.. .*, ,.'.js r HADLEY ILL. /. ''
and f 1
bought a large stock '
k.f tad win'roa. wndacted. by MR_ W0.liams Tavares;,, grand ,master of exchequer, of ......... : I *" ", --i". a
.- dry'goods for his Taft .. i f *
,.. W. :C. West, Jacksonville grand'in.. store. Mr. 1 Avi ENLISTMENTS INCREASESpecial Special to the Sentinel
and the
saial old ; 9
force.of work ; N. 'P Sphaler means to ,see 'that ,his town TWEN'ry KILLED IN ., i Los Angeles, CaL, March 14.-:Reported .
,men as heretofore ner guard, Towel!, Orlando :
:-,nd ; has .as,good a, store as any town in ,; 4 'J.4r -" to The Sentinel to be on the verge of a nervoos:
Y :outer guard,' W. J.
Th .
Seating.. t a 15&.w... _._wma"'IIt! W the Sentinel.. March breakdown '
lI't WVMiiton. lI i UrifY, Washington, 14.Naval enlistments ( President Arthur T. Had.
r Pierce leave :: : --' --
the dty as. he U{ arenergeUc'reliable [ ** rVT*' ; -T / ': Buenos Ayres, March 14,-Twentypersons at 'recruiting, stations last lel.of,Yale College arrived.yesterday

business"ma "We -B'feiiS'Was named' as then rl meeting :DEDICATORY siiVteu ,were ,killed-.9 'seriously,:inured .month exceeded those for February of I at the summer ranch home of*E. M. y _

'heartily, commend. him, to': the peOple :place.' : .;yBiti:Chapel ,at corner ,o! Central 7' by a destructive cYdonehere, last year by one hundred and seven Pratt, "brother of Mrs. Hadley, who =

: ,.of Gainesville.- : ..., y >eaae'; and' ,West' street.will 'be deli .da1., The, property' .. damage is we tory ty-onemen. The low mark was reaeh.1 accompanied her hUibaoo.WORLDFAMOUS"DIVER. -
'1 FOUR., I KILLED. IN RAILROAD- ,,,. 'ctted .to. Godj' ; by, appropriate servicesoffiorrow !.heavy,' : ed..December 24 last, since which'date I .

:. ONBAHONGIUNY.. ,., H.", ,CRASH.y-- '< f'it: at" 11 ,ovclock. X '" there has been a net gain of 876 in TO, WED '

T JCr.:G;)l :SWM, of.Mawrfng'- ,:North tlpeedel I. Y ,' "J/ s..r i"J' :T':,';;-1'<, .". beautiful" service has been arranged r WEATHER UPORT.l: the enlisted complementEARTUQUAKERECORDED I LEADING .TENOR. .
Dakota to tee::8a 1. , ,: : and.&e public ' t
write-t r, theLWeeWy: "se..1 r I -
tine) bs'_t't..'W aildreaeeMeiet =I Neb., ; t'IIV. llU"'P:_ , ,:' i L Jlartiapate... The'peepte'ct -Sjpeiat to the Sentinel Special to the Sentinel .
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'.. .i : .. xi. Ute',.I'.A1.. '' .''-trair-. a his;lr, biMra aa ftfe, ;? 1Zli8a-sodet" yhite. ;cowptet, j Florida' generally, fair. Sal ap ....r .1 Detroit, Mi h., March 14.- Lina

Swan"mains ti Y IB** 4 1 .. ": ; ,. :_, +.. ...s.-' .;;.). edifice' .'wWch.j is a,;credit' fetfe and Ssnday, ,colder In. north and cen. Special talk SentineL. I Cavalieri!, the 'world. famous 'diver,Isto
) stot '
ftt ,N .' s A .
tW.he.:'elipietate ....., ."Qr m e a"O''tJda.r-> :'.. tIJ':; ...: ... .... --i, ;dtyand; :.hawdwe a ,jf soawi ''''"'' w-, tr't.po'bons. Cole 'wave 'iAM1 nthWashington: March _14.-: entearth 'be married in'Detroit.Apnl; 28th, ..

-t1:D xtO' t Wr,!:' ifte: :fur,_. : v.i It ...Gotiss.I'i' ;ito :largely}:bf:;AaJr.."owut4 ?''1._ west 'partioa.t chocks, apparently. originating' toham'enMaratore'' : ; leading tenor'of 3

.eltaNd'a: j.f 7Yi1 /- ......,: I"-t.: f:1 ;_ JIIIIO af aMJ. tbe:eitfaens.',sM., .rettiMMT .-, : l' t WitJdnl,3eo' :laSe+ of Waabinthe;. the\:Paris_ Graad'Operawith' whom _

.....'... ... ..... .., -.'"e !, 7. '_....,iJr-r to.. It ailaf rf,'wwaWpfe /.iw.r. wBl were' recorded early she s ii- now.tourlsg tkeUnited.States: .'

ot:_'.... ... ..... .r..., lsi..... Wsd tfcir eoauMuty '. "t s. sefeaograph:Georgetown U 'vet. Notice: to ,make 'outage' ; arrange-:

k y. ,., .JI.-.... .{ >"" ', ,i tlse'only 1 pIlr Iy sity.ft ,' ' > r tats for the; .wwoeay '.was";reeeift!, 'Ya6L .

'' :. :th hd be : *:vacations began at.8W G' lock today by ,..f.ufraatt .. faDetnit i
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F 1 visit,to Taft-, the neighbor to the

tom ,%fie nth few of sturdy us will'pioneers convince who any man are hold-,that ; Lord Si Bradshaw 8S Magnificent Showing of

>7Ar :tc the fort, and quietly going aboutbusiness g We wish to announce to our friends, and the public generally, II SI
AI _have made no mia*
Y 1 tie:In the estimate of the.worth of that we have formed a partnership under the 1 : New Spring Suits

J liar land for,agricultural purposes. I above firm name, for a general I t
When you can walk through corn
Hds in the middle of March, where iI Real-Estate and Insurance
Stroll a
*t com is knee high. through I and Dresses
= M
:urge gardens where peas, bun! and | business,and are centrally located in a ground floor office at No. | .
view''rom .
c (.,umbers meet your every
t ,ide, and great fields of melon vines 117 S.Orange Avenue,'(formerly occupied by Hamilton & Dunn m s ':
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think of that happy day
y> iuke you i Millinery), where we will be pleased to meet all our old friends | '
.M";'Tompkins has a garden TO full 1 and to make new ones. I i SILKS AND SATINS, ALL COLORS, DRESS GOODS
g ,rfgreen goods, and pretty posies that I I
j t ..ithis, 'Yankee,friends could see it they I Our list>f city and acreage property is surpassed by none,' i: FOR OLD AND
-mold turn green with envy. Rand YOUNG. WHITE CANVAS SHOES. THE DISPLAY"
At S. S. Bowman's farm may be i we have some exceptional' bargains. COME AND SEE Us iI I 1. CONTAINS ACCURATE.ILLUSTRATIONS OF THE ;

.fend- product,field and garden of | ; 'SEASONS BEST, AND LATEST CREATIONS, AND
\ sorry variety, needed by man and | Lord Bradshaw 1 IS WORTHY THE ATTENTION OF EVERY ORLANDO
feast Especially were his straw- '
; fcm'es fine. i 17 S. ORANGE,AVL ORLANDO, FLA.HMMMIMMttllllllttlMMIIIMIIHIMItttttlMttM. I
Mr. Barclow,who is making such a ice.....:_......L9 9kPlig4': I..IIRR . AND THE REASONABLE,PRICES
,K ,x rotation for strawberries as to earn
,fc.title "King of Strawberries," belies -t
using all his family, cared for, '
' /la_sold from one seventh of,an&(ret :
I $ B) worth of berries,this winter and 1913 l / odelsMOTOCY i > Kanner's' New York

,} iffl pick berries off that sam patch ,
'!" _tit June. There is great money in ,
'.gtrawberries and strawberry experts ,
-v:',that there are 'several hundred I
a l vies, of strawberry land 'in and : Bargain Store
fa round: Taft, that is as good as .an
: ,It found lathe, state, and it shall not
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If You Would be Posted be a Daily Visitor to this Store
the ,next few years be known as
t.y ttc great strawberry center of )r-
s 'segr county. ,* LES .

: Four H. P. Models $200.00 I ;'MMttmtmtMMHHmELIJAH
whenever: you want ,painting oil
One dollar per thousand in any J. B. McKAY,
Seven H. P. Models, $250.00 first class
ppering a manjtr -
quantity desired. Purchasers must CONTRACTOR AND HAND
it wfll pay you to call on W. T.&trican .
do their of
own pulling plants. Better BUILDER.
3 28,East Pine street CL E. E3ilpert plant now. My packing house in Or- Superintend All Work. Funeral Directorand
, lando will be opened from the first Prices That Are an
; fine tear after marriage a man can ORLANDO, FLA. Agent for Orange CountyillllllllllllliMIIIIMMIIilllllMMMMMHM of May to June 10th and I will buy Inducement., Hand Block, Pine St. Phone 35
3s, ,.,'.klons offer a satisfactory explana- all your tomatoes. All Work Guaranteed. i
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., ,::> ,,<. : ,_,!:'T, 4 LOTS ON EAST CENTRAL AVENUE, 60 x 150 FEET. 4 LOTS MILWAUKEE AVENUE,,60 x 150 FEET. SOLD;j f ,?M. '

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t; .: 'I f: .. "' ';:r' 2 LOTS. ON LIVINGSTON AVENUE, 65 x 130 FEET, $!50.00. ,. .. ,;.- 'T' ,:_ : b i i ;'

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Bargains x
r.g ; f'7Itl- "ia.:the custom of-the''head,of.the _
r f{ 'great department*'at;Washington,to ,
i1' sign without reading miry documents Real Estate' IT'SAFAIRPROPOSITION'f IF YOU WANT
''prepared. for'them. .,by their, '.trustedboMieates f ::<
h;; ...$; ., Fourteen acres of pod'land in good =
r It U notthecutom"oftrnstedeub, : :location., 9"'acres in grove. Locatedon ASSUME THAT ,YOU ARE. BRIGHTER .FRUITFree I
I.'oidinAte to :present for. approval in I nice lake. Price $5,500.. .. '. .
:: 'this fashion matters;personal to the f ----- >. APPRECIATIVE OF 'THE. 'VERY , I from the dust mite and for which .'?: '' .
>-Cabinet, .'. .officer.." .or. that' commit 'him- Ten acres;first class'land. 5 acres'in ,'. i i -: : >'..' you command the fancy prices, useSuiphouCitrol .\ *
'unwittingly to any new governmental '.grove. Splendid'location. $4, OO. "/is. : <- BEST. WE ARE" SPECIALISTS IN ','.v/;,j'- -
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\ ,policy. : \ :,
;; The''fact,. therefore, that ,on his Two and one-halfacres excellent '; Electrical Wireing and Motor Work '
., first'day in office"Secretary.Bryan innocently location. All in grove. 1500. i
put his name to a 'dispatch IF YOU'WANT ;
T to, Ambassador,'Wilson in [Mexico in A'large number of business! lots in NEWELL ELECTRICAL COMPANY
:which,that gentleman was rather effusively various localities in the city, and '
.! praised is to be attributed beautiful suburbs of the city,at prices use-
: not so much carelessness on hispart ranging from $100 to'$1,000. CHURCH ST. _
\ as to the design of,some:.of,his holdover w" PHONE 281 "...,;:. J I Black'' Leaf Tobacco ExtractOur
associates.If Lake front hoe sites containingtwo F
,., the motive of, those whose bad and more acres of land at the
,faith in,this case is'now, revealed to very moderate price of, $650. new 1913 Almanac containing full r
certain men and measures in,Mexico, '- information sent you for three cents
;.It was hardly worth while. The trick For particulars call at office over I a
was bound to be exposed Humiliat Dickson & Ives store, Orange Ave., i postage
.:. ,ing as the experience might, be to the CARL I The Best. is the Cheapest *
.,,- new Secretary, discovery of the truth JANSEN
could not fail to stifle in him whatever I E. 0. Painter Fertilizer Co.
disposition be may have, had in the S I t t II
first place to treat the holdovers'with -I I
the ,usual consideration. Men who ADVERTISE Paints and Wall Paper JACKSONVILLE -
,'must' be watched have no place in IF YOU ? : I
confidential relationships. Want a Cook '
'Secretary Bryan has received painful Want a Partner THE 1912 WALL PAPER IN SAMPLES ,. I I
but' timely proof that ,the State :. Want a Situation IS GRAND AND I WILL BE PLEASED
\, :Department, with its Pittsburgh Want a Servant Girl TO SHOW THEM. ALL YOU HAVE TO !c I It t
methods and, its Dollar-Diplomacy Want to Sell a Piano '
morals besides DO IS TO TELEPHONE AND I WILL a
needs something a Want to Sell a Carriage V.
;'new head.,, It needs an,overhauling WanttoselTownProperty BRING THE SAMPLE TO YOUR ,HOME.
'.It'needs renovation. It needs Democracy Want,to Sell Your Groceries '
and daylight. It needs 'a few a Want to Sell Your Hardware *
:undersecretaries"who 'can be trusted. a Want customers for Anything GEO. A. BARKER PHONE 268 Fireplace Mantels, . '
"It needs a representative :in Mexico a Advertise Daily in This Paper \
-who e can get his commendation hon.estly. Advertising Is the Way to Success Tiles and Grates,
: ., a' Advertising Brings Customers '
The whole State Department in,itsLatinAmerican a Advertising Keeps Customers Caloric Tireless Cookers, a
relations, needs men a Advertising Insures Success '

,known last night by President Wilson. ".' Advertising Is "Biz" j
.: .-New,York World.: a Advertise of,Bust -, Complete Electric Lighting Plants ot
a Advertise Long
", Patronise Sentinel advertisers.MIMIiiiiliMMIMIIlHi. '' Advertise Wen'ADVERTISE 10 per cent off on all Any Size Installed.

a At Once Linens and Laces'ETSSES'1TAILTON .....
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Tel yew, tmWfi. .,to P.. mailuit ,to some friend ot & DUNN ELECTRICIAN j
Y He willet relisb1eh.1pm aay a. distance. Very often 436.
FI6NE New lui IMg.,Climb SL
this brings anew settler; Agents for Barclay Corsets
; Bat of: eapfojaea*:' -, I
h Subscribe for_the Sunday Sentinel
,Ten teat a week deMrered.
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+ { .. _: The: all-important question of Furniture. You'll readily admit that you'

1 ;ae' looking for a full dollar's worth for every dollar you spend, then comeII

to us, we will see that you get it. i I tr

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; Is what we all want for ourmoney. 'I
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You here. We carryra ,
get one
every dollar they spend, they

..A in Stock more Home Furnishings I
'; 1 are given a square deal I No .
4 than any other two furniturehouses I \ ;
false reckless advertising
promises, 'no -
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,Our trust is popular;' it belongs to the people ; it has never been attacked by the man with the f

muck: rake. The word trust has .several meanings. The one we refer to,'means confidence, faith '

liance. Without this trust modern business could not_be conducted." Our trust, is yours for the asking.

Now-is the time to ask:for it. Your credit is good. This big building is packed.fcwith Furniture and

stoves, of::every description. -
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i. .t, South Fiorida' Sentinel SENATOR
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.''. ... ,.) :" fltOKNINC! AND WHKLYSUBSOUPT10N '" 'The New,'Hampshire.legislature. 'has problem agai : .EAST
(. ,, elected Henry F. Hollis, United, States i among the, : JEWELRY !
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t \ 11TBB "I Senators; after a prolonged fight. He county may r
: "I received 189,votes, or: three more than postponement :
:THE DAILY SENTINEL_ a majority. New Hampshire ,is' not roads for St :
eyear.b.: Q AT
,/ . given to the election of, Democratic At the recent -
: 2 0Three
fee'Months .. .
Senators and this is decisive victory
a commissioners
.' Months ..-.;125JterWeek
; for; the "demys" as the, party of the, county '
#: .", '., ;-10 will have a working majority of six the demands E V ANs. (
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: ; news carrier in orlando;BO eenta&per which, is, important to Mr. Wilson in others o such
'.oath.;'Daily;and Sunday carrying out his policies. missioners
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,The Orlando Morning Sentinel can be found That there will be a few reactionary their hands in .
a a :r wk Jn'Orlando at Cnrfo O'Neal's Book democrats in the, legislative body is a sixteen foot :',
pore. a stern fact, but there is a srong brob- ing upon this THE BEAUTY AND ,FRESHNESS OF. :. t
'.We'will appreciate prompt complaint ifeWvery ability of progressive republicans threatening to SPRINGTIME IS IN'THE NEW JEWELRY ' <' '
,b:not,properly made b'ov carriers.AoWrtiiinr ; ., .'
;F voting with the democrats on many of tion, if their AND ,'
rhea will be furnished ;
' on apHication > the most important questions. plied with.
o Others were FIND> HERE MANY .
.Itor y'ar, by.nun. postage 11&14S1.00 MODEST
.. .... THE SENTINEL. Orlando Florida. SCARCE one that ;, ; VV"; PRICES.
Mice 10?',Court Street Arcad Building Eleven vacanices at present exist brick e .
Phone 24 for competent stenograhpers who can opinion went > '
pass the'examinations In various immigration commissioners LEATHER NOVELTIESWE i
x offices in this part of the harmonize the :
:- FERRIS. --Proprietor.-;- -. United States. The Government i is First of all ,, r "Y' ARE ALWAYS ON THE LOOK i
SATURDAY,''MARCH '15TH, 1913. finding it extremely hard : :: OUT FOR THINGS '
to get com- people of the : NOVEL IN LEATH .
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', petent men positions That themselves the ,
Orlando is still the promised landf is accounted for by,two reasons. The road surfacing . ER.PURSES
r' investors. examinations are arranged so that a' Brick has BAGS, FOBS AND SIMILAR .

-- -o--- man must be unusually good at his which gravel : ARTICLES ARE' USUALLY FOUND ,'.
Orlando is the sure;enough better line of work to get by. The other: is down the e ; '"' HERE WROUGHT FROM THE FINEST ',

.place to'live. reason'is that in most cases'' a competent An \eight foot SKINS-SOME AMERICAN AND SOME ,

o I stenographer can make more cost $8,000 per FOREIGN IN ORIGIN.
i 'Every day's news has an'additionali money outside. The position of ste- $3,500; shell .
reason for.all of us to be proud of Orlando noghrapher in the immigration service last fifty,

pays $900 a year. gravel or shell f
0 Three examinations had to be held 1 I perhaps three
Not;' even the political doctor can recently to get messenger for the tinual expense
,judge the, exact'temperature in Mixi- local weather bureau office. The yea- I!economy to .Evan.s the JewelerOPPOSITE
p; but its hot tamale, all right. son was the fact that the position gravel? ,
e o pays only $30 or $40.a' month, and to buildone, mile
'J.,E. Nicholson, of the O.K. Bakery, pass the examination and hold down ence to two of
is' 'now. the possessor of four well the job as expected at this office re If each of POST OFFICE

s located lots in Colonial Park. quires a good scientific training. Those the county fY

o with the proper training are usually ferent from
What was the use of going to able to make a good deal more moneyin will any
Washington to see the inauguration n other lilieS tions be made?
when the movies will bring it here. There is a strong agitation for an diculous for
' 0 increase of wages in the Weather Bu make

We can think of nothing thatwould reau service. The fact that observersare paralyzing all SILK STOCKINGS
; yield.a quicker and bigger fortune not paid in accordance with what sioners to ; ;)
than money invested' in Orlandoaeal l1 hey could earn,with,the same amountof hard surfacing? fd

:estate. scientific knowledge: in other lines, An eight foot
o resulted in only eleven observers being accommodate 1/
G' Japan,stones her cabinet ministers secured last year out of examinee It would serve
when taxes are too high, but w.cuss" tions held in four or five cities of each Its cost is
'* on the street corners,and thenjo state in this country county. It is
-' and, pay" up., LO Will all For Day '
y' 0 MUTUAL RECOGNITION foot brick road
{ We are not taking much risk i in One great doubt has been dispelled on all andEvening'
predicting that there will be lots of already. J. P. Morgan & Co. have St. Augustine

: ;.- people on Orange avenue tonight, and recognized the new United States gov
,that, trade will be good with the ,ernment. More than that, they have FLORIDA'S
$ 'Merchants who advertise in the., Sentinel recognized William. J. Bryan. .
.'They'ye't''thespirit.'' The nerve of Mr. Morgan's young f
o Mr. Davidson has been celebrated for Elsewhere n"i Wear
"The, ,election 0(' Senator John W. some years, but who could have imagined i presenting .
.Bern," of Indiana, chairman of the him leading a Wall Street delegation Southern r

Senate must not be construed as. a .into the very presence of Mr. presented by
victory for the.' .old fashioned cwhiskers Bryan, less than a week in office, asking League and is alY.
.. ,.but'rather ('a' victory' for not only Federal pressure in support The .
'progressive ideas-:and' by the way, of an international financial may safely be -
; : ..tan'you_ not see Fathet Bryan's hand holdin China, but presuming to and of these t Our Personal Guarantee V
;.z B this move. tell the'Secretary of State the'sort of from :northern

o man who should be named to 'represent 'generation Accompanies Every Pair
The official report 'o! the present the United States at Peking? making of the ,
Mexican, Government shows that on We hope that the Government, and state. Besides *
:Feb. 9th, when Felix Diaz attacked Mr. ;made such .
especially Bryan, are duly impressed
.the NationalPalace. 506 persons,were .by this sign of favor, but if Wall past ten years to
u :tiled, or'whom '170 were women, 6 street has so much money to loan in lines Marion B. Ives
's 'hildren
and ,208 "noncombatantBen China, why do American borrowersfind the present
," less than one-fourth of the
currency so scarce? Mr. Bryan new conditions
k slain being soldiers. It throws a isan,, experienced person. Probablyhe .that must be
ghastly light upon the character of has recognized J. P. Morgan & Co. -
the ,recent capital street: fighting in the Mexican also. o MARCH A MILLINERY PARLORS

Q Dr. Friedman has sought the United .
4 To stop all means of'infection may States to exploit his wonderful tuberculosis The June Second .Floor
n' i irDply'living' in .an antiseptic bath "cure." Does it occur to the ed for the past
:aaost of the time. Nevertheless some ordinary mind that if the serum has havoc, with the
''* .hngers' of neglect to sterilize con- all the splendid curative qualities the It is stated

x3 itantly seem fairly,obvious. One has doctor claims for .it, that, he would on an average
been pointed out by a correspe dent have been permitted to seek the western left Orlando ;
.f a. New' York paper who calls at- world to prove its properties? weeks,'.and at J. Mustard, BRIGHAM & HILL I
'tention to the habit of some men of There are many consumptives in Germany reported that
THE CfllRftftftlSI
:' tarrying an unlighted cigar iIi theMouth and other parts of Europe who fast that a

until a public cigar cutter is need a specific. Why not utilize its ness I Pedicure, Shampoo
'found-.and then cutting off the germ- wonderful curative powers at home tents and I and Scalp Massage. NEWSAGENTS
laden tip. The result, if,,a. cOnsumptive first? That would be the humane and of the II I i over Dickson & Ives store ,
follows such a practice, would patriotic course. Besides there would the rooming : Orange and Central

lot seem to be,much in doubt be ,no cavilling over its properties by preparing to Avenues.
o ,clinicians on this side of the big pond March and SEWERAGE BONDS' CITY Orlando Stationery, Souvenir and Curio Store


'- The magnificent new La Plaza the- been so kind is hereby given that sealed 22 WEST CHURCH STREETEVERYTHING
hesitating, pulling, weakkneedand ater in St. Petersburg was opened high booted l be received by the bond trus .

utterly irresponsible ,season now Tuesday night under very auspicious moon on a the City of Orlando, Fla., up to .
' being>> gathered to its fathers willleave circumstances,'the.famous Royal Italian farmer smiles, March 27th, 1913 for the pur IHIMMiMMiimiillll
;: V .few to mourn its end. Possiblyits Opera Company rendering II Trovatore. ; of $140OOO.OOfive, rcentsewer- ,
+w intentions were sound. Butresults its The building, with a seating I RICH MEN said bonds being of the ,

have been hopeless.For capacity of over 2,000, is said,to have I, denominations: Fifty bonds -IN- THE ONE CIGAR THAT
a fitting comparison we turn been filled to the utmost Mayor Gayn each. Eighteen bonds of
to that not unfamiliar, spectacle, an use of the each.
tryV over-fond parent -who will not and For the first time in a long number speech before td bonds to be delivered .$70,000. FEEDFOR EVERYBODY LIKES
who will, who commands plaintively, of years shrimp are now being taken made some and the balance in two
rebukes amid. tears and tempers, everything from Pensacola bay .in large quanti-t. the late Joseph' tn of $35,000.00 each as the City i'I r.._.
rude and rough'' to ,the ties. They are said to be more numerous -! unsavory the money for ,said sewerage I

squawking victim.. The result,is. that and much larger.than any previous -' now, the son, Interest payable semiannually. HAWLEY'SSTRAIGHTS

the; victim gets, among other things, caught or shipped there from oth- the great will, be considered for less LiVE STOCKLAUBACH
'measles, chickenpox, cramps.and adenoids er: points. Some of them ,measure .methods is All.bids must be,accompa
.V ; a bad tempered.sulky disposition five inches in length., On Feb 4, certified check for"an'amount ,
V f and a complete distaste for 1'life.' fore the to two and one-haI'p cent of: --

". 4 So it has,been with the mushy rinDr.. C. D. Christ was called to Cler- Trade. His value pf the bonds bid for., : Get.the best
ter of 1912. The sooner it takes itself mont yesterday on professional, busting two .executive, .is;reserved<< to, reject any or cents ':'the next cigar at five
riff the better for all concerned. .Bi ness, but as it is against. the thics city's employ ,More:information in regard The Grain. Man.Ckarcli ,. want"to smoke you
V ,,' ' -judge for
I on your spring.-New'York Tribune. of the medicos to tell newspaper folks the .Mayor, 'bondi'1riIJ be famished : '
upon yourself.
anything whatever, pertaining to the various : ,to Bond" ,Trustees." - : ,.Street,-, P&oie'' ig.J t-" :
SIX-THIRTY 'TONIGHT. general nature of their affairs, theIn. the 'Orlando'Fla. I
> 25th
t : ,, ,February. . -
only thing we,could learn from, him Gaynor, : '. "*_ I I

Is the final closing hour for your was the excellent behavior of his ted said he "had < : : h. .SiBaed ._ .. I ,: ". :*!'READY'.NOW' --, 1 *:Made in Orlando

,Sunday want, ad in' the:Sentinel,Get automobile. He. says he made', the $50,000,000 by J _.,"* :IL. .G..'DUCK -r 10xTH,,. : :Strong:vigorous',tomato. plants .al t I IJ :by ,aU ,dealers.HMHMIMimetHI.0 and sold
r; ,. :action, on Jihat; ad, you' .have: planned entire trip 'from this city to Clermont cy." ,'D..'LOCKHAKT,'.. I i $ ; f per thousaad:hThe_Bear's-Hecc i : ,

r V ':$olnsert-before'> ;- you,overlook' it.. Jotand over 'gOOd,, bad z.' and indifferent' roads, :'i....,i ,,,j>,.E.-"'F. :SPBESY,':." 'i'i. pall.. Piae'Cse e'+&. -/lGtI. I "l4. .
"-" '\.R.....,WD". '; ;phone'21 :*. on high gear. Subscribe,' : ..i J 1 J A" I ,.-- ',' . -, .

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,i IL" We still have'some extraordinary Ribbons, used so much for La-

Y values in, SHOES for those dies' neckwear, can be had here

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

r % P' M s particular about being right up are in the habit of paying. If

x HQ* to the minute in style. you don't'believe it, ask to see

Shoes worth 4.00, $x.50and them. You will not be urged to

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

: Ask to see them, you may find urged, the prices will induce you. a
just what you want, and save, We want to call your attention
half the price. We also have ,a to. some extra values in Ladies
1 SELLING YOU YOUR SHOES AND HOSE WILL BE AN complete line of strictly UPTOMuslin 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 YOUR SHOES ,know the prices are right, or we can make it worth while for all
would not be selling so many of to buy a supply for some time to
H AND HOSE WILL BE AN EASY TASK, FOR YOU; WE them. Ask your neighbor about come. Also in Ladies colored


c shoes. They are positively, the price seem as though we were
l best that money can buy at the giving them to you, as we have
4 too many, and must get rid of

MONEY. __ u ..' ; All the New shades of Velvet them. ,
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The Sentinel has proven up with Ten per cent off on all Linen and '' imiMMilllHIfclMlltMMillllllilllililiiiiHIIHMIH MiiMMIItlliHttH
Orlando. Lace at Hamilton and Dunn's.

THETUNER, Classified advertising in the Sentinel ,Mr. and Mrs A. L. Taveau,,of Al- SHOP ATFIRST t
ORLANDO FLA.' . sells real 'estate. tamonte Springs, were among the out- S Specials for Specials S for

., i. of-town guests'of the Rosalind Club .
Mr. C. A. Sanvault, of Philadelphia, Thursday evening.

t Money to loan on improved property.S. is registered at,-the San Juan. Mr. and Mrs. Dinkle, Longwood, Friday 14 flJj1J I Friday 1 14

Y. Way. Mr., J. H. Estes,. of' Taft, was in were in the city recently on a visitto

Orlando yesterday on business. their daughter, Miss Olive Dinkle,
)I /VI..L. Morgan, of' Sanford, of the Cathedral School. '

transacted :business in Orlando yes. You can give your nurse a rest if IS 1 Saturday IS 1
I terday. 'ou've given the task to a want ad.Shannibarger's W. C. Temple, general manager of

the Citrus Exchange, says that 7,000-
Walter M. Hutchinson, an Arcade for bicycles and I 000) boxes of Orange have already

? :guest, leftyesterday, for, Green Cove sundries. j been marketed in Florida and that 11
1 11? Monday
,Springs I there will be at least a million boxes
Misses Lillian and T. E. Mather, of: more.

.. Mr.:. c. J. Strickland, of Ravina, 0., Mineapolis, Minn., are in Orlando,I
p is!in Orlando today,' a guest of the guests of Miss Ruth Hendricks.Mr. It is well because it is profitable illllllliiii niiiiiii

i (San 'Juan. I and you will find it so, if you will '

j", and Mrs. Gilchrist, who have take Kincaid & Snowden's funriture 'The Famous BAY The Well-Known
:Money to loan on improved property. bee :the guests of Mr., and Mrs. Mc- store into your confidence when you
j ', ,---.'* s: Y.'Way.: Kinnon, have gone---to--Oakland. are your choosing home. new 'furnishings. for STATE CORSETS Brand of Eiffel and Barefoot Sandals for

: Mr. C. P.'Downing,:one of GaineS. ::Ten 'per;cent: ,off on'all Linen and

ville's'representative, citizens.. ,is. spend.. Lace:at Hamilton and,Dunn's. Mr. W. f in'Orlando,
t mess man of Mineapolis, Minn., is in
Mr. Marion Howard, who has been Orlando looking over the situation Finished Sn Embroidery Garter top and pure
Miss Mary Wi letts, ,one,of,the cii 's sojourning in Orlando, stopping at 75c to $1.00 value.
with a view to locating. In conversation and Lace. All sizes
E winter guests at the,Eola Cottage,;has the San Juan, has gone to Sea Breeze. silk boot, in black, tan
with him last night, he expressed
-gone' to Daytona. I. himself as being pleased with Orlando and Lengths. 3 days Most all sizes. 3 days ,
and white all sizes
:---' "- Ed. 'M*'Gross js in?:Jacksonville onbusinessin.connection 3
Mrs.E..J.; Foster, who"has been in with, his work and her future.It only
the\city;for some weeks, went to' St. with the"E.-0,Painter Fertilizer Com only' days only
Augustine,'yesterday. pany. is rumored that a new business

building is likely to adorn he'south 59c. 48c. 69c..
Miss Sadie M. Quigley, who has Mrs. H. B. McWhorter, Mrs. J. M. side of Church street in such close

been,the guest of W. R. Miller, for a Ebert and Mr. Frank Buterman, of proximity to Jacob Shannibarger's

few weeks,'has eparted_ for Jackson Green 'Lake, N. J.,. arrived at the bicycle shop that Mr. Shannibargeris IIIIIIIIIIIII'III'IIIII.IIIIIIIIIIIIII MMMMMIimmiMMMPanama

ville. f San Juan last night. applying: both lubricator' and cut .
prices in order to keep the wheels

T. L.Roussan, presiman of the Sanford Every day some of the people who moving out in ,preparation for that See ovr >

e, Herald, was,welcome caller at. have been watching the real estate great day.Arthur. Genm Hats

s ,the,Sentinel,office last night. He 'did ads closely for ,some time, make up e. .
not talk' county division at all their minds and buy. T. Walton, who'has been in

.. the employ of, the' State Bank for '
Mr.; and Mrs..Mahlon Gore and Mrs. Ten per cent off on all Linen and some time past, has accepted a position ,I II :. $15.00 value $9.981 '
:Victor Starbuck,,Miss Emma Hainer, Lace at Hamilton and Dunn's. i with the Bank of Cooksville, ,
Mrs. Stanley and Mr. and Mrs. Mitch. IlL, as assistant cashier and will leave

: ,7 ell, were a jolly party ,who journeyedto Mr..R. G.,Barnes, traveling passen I for that place May 1. Mr. Walton has 73
Lake Gatiin for a picnic dinner last ger agent.of the Atlantic Coast Line I been a ,faithful employee and has I'IIIIIIIIII.'II'IIIIIIIII IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII IIIIIII11111111111111111111

Thursday. railroad,' with headquarters in Jacksonville .I I many friends in Orlando who will

::1> is in Orlando today. regret to see him leave. New Goods
Inspect Shannibarger's,big stock of I I Arriving Daily

3 'Bicycle tires.Money Mr. Roy G. Roper, on eof Winter i The celery shipments from Floridaup

'l< -' Garden's stirring and enterprising' to date exceed the shipments of
to loan on improved property citizens, was'in Orlando last evening any other season 'and prices in most
S. Y, W y.: greeting his numerous friends. part have been good. Likewise the
f- ...' ,- strawberry crop has been unusually : The Big White Store

The young ladies' basket ball,team Money to loan on improved property. large and while at times the prices

,from the Orlando High,School left on S. Y. Way. have been down to twelve and fifteen
the morning train yesterday for Daytona cents, yet the"'ruling price has been

i where'they are to play ,two ,Jacksonville has just completed a twenty cents which is good.
games; one with Stetson and the other census for a city directory, which AVENUE

with:the Daytona girls. The home registered 34,580 and this, they figure Ten per cent off on all Linen and
team is chaperoned by ,Mrs. Mulhol under the ordinary rules would gain Lace at Hamilton and Dunn's. MMIIIIIMMMMIIttHIMUMMIIIIIIIIIIIIIMMIHIIMMItfMillllMIMllKM
land.' that city a population of 86,450.

L Mr and Mrs. J. A. Jackson, who
I Whenever yon want painting or
came to Orlando early in the season,
111111111111,111111'11111111111111,11111111111111111,111 I papering done in a first class man IT
I will leave week for their home
ner, it will pay you to call on W. T.
: in Bushnell, III This is'their fourth 3
Entrican 28 East Pine street.
: winter in Orlando and they have many
NOREASONWhy : friends here who will be pleased to 4
The cigar factory which is being
know that they have purchased ja Don't
; : erected at St. Cloud is,rapidly assuming Worry;
home here and will ,be down early in
proportions. The building will
: the fait Mrs. Jackson and Mrs. Mary -
,.... be two and a half stories high and
: Dennis, of Winter Park are sisters.
you should Continue to wear those ., of concrete construction.The Get the habit! of going to
heavy clothes during this hot,weather when
t I Ten per cent off on all Linen and
4 we can fix yon up with one of our lightS Lace at Hamilton,and Dunn's. walls are up and work is well
weight 'geS'Wool Crashes or Mohair two I,under way on the canning,factory and ', ,' McCULLOCH'SDEPARTMENT -
a piece' Suits.These ., it will soon be putting out a St. Cloud "
Mrs. C. D. Christ, Miss Marion ,
are the Real,Thing Summer, Clothing brand of canned goods St. Clo dTn"bune. r
Groves. and Miss'Jane Moon,who have
!: and: ,offering'exceptionally Good .
we are been the attractive house guests o:f ... STORE :
Values' at $15.00, $16.50 and 1800.: .Mrs. Christ for the past two weeks, '-
'Better Quality if you care to pay more. left the city yesterday via automobile Mrs. R. P. Cobb, House Mother of :
the Cathedral School left OPPOSITE POST
for DeLeon Springs, Fla. Here Mrs. Thursdayfor OFflCE
Christ I and Miss Moon will take the short visit to her'son, Randolph

train for Daytona and after a, short Cobb, who is attending the Universityof
S'C'RUGGS& DICKSON the South, at.Sewanee,'Term.,
& visit at that point will continue down
S A, step into, this establishment on Orange avenue will,
'j the East Coast to Miami, leaving ,
there for Key'West on the "Oversea1 NOTICE :put you ,in an.atmosphere of Brand ,New Merchandise

-THE:,HOME OF :HART, SCHAFFNERMARX' : I pa,'they will board the Atlantic'Cots. I' All ,who ordered lesson ,leaves, T
'' ' d' ',call 'at'Ltirtis: '&, O'Neal's: at
CLOTHING : 'Line, Mrs. Christ for: Orlando an please '

'I't Miss Moon for her; llei.nI''N..J. 4 _p. m.' for:,money. The Saturday
t : lesson leaves. are-lost,
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' -;,CONIENTION'NATIONAL, CHILD the,rope in'.the glad sunshine. They BUSINESS. BOOSTERS
,;1"" F.z LAHOB even., think if Iii good thing, to,'begives CLASSIFIED lillmlllilliimillmii
.Business classified adver.
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... ; $ an mmitj.tO place' their tisementa) 'received:after-:10: 'o'clock,
f; ( JMaeavin ,'Jk. l I tr li- Child fifteen yetrold\kughters. at aD';fight I midnight,-win be run in. 'the "Too Lateto

; ::1 h r BditiOi the'Sooth was 1r'in the work.forgetful of, the moral ,risk in I Oassify:column
;, .... ,
Boosters five lines
''"' or
: ;National Child Labor such business. proximately 30 words-one' time,ap J5
,f .C4efeienee'here t B U I OK
; today. cents; three times 60 cents; one week .
, : Add ssea_on this subject were delivered BRA LE'S BIG WELL i (six' daily and one weekly' editions)
1 $1.00) ) month
( ; one $3.00.
Professor Joseph A. Mc -
; : )y
z .Cullough, of' the University of South ,ft:Would Have. Worked Wonders Only- i FOR .SALE-New fifteen room priv.

' Carolina,. Mrs. Edward' ,L Bailey, Jt Was,' Never Dug. 'ate hotel in town of .Taft Only

J. :of,Jackson, Migs" W. H.: :Swift of Perbaps the most .idiotic of all- the hotel in town and' doing nice business.Centlal The Car That Sells
' Idiotic schemes with which Brit- location on two'' fine lots.
: many
1 'Greensboro, N; Owd; the Rev. C. E. I ; v Price $2.200
ins have been enamored In days gone : Address Nelson House,
the Car Load
4 'Wejtner, pastor,of,the'Lutheran Misr by was that which 'was,known at the Taft Fla. Mar. 14.2w By ,

-4) don among ,cotton mill operatives at time as Bralle'. big well. M. Braile -

OlYmpia,\ Columbia' S. C. t was a Belgian ,engineer residing- tern... FOR and SALE Harness.--Go'For d Horse'work Carriage on driv __

Dr.. McCullough quoted at length porarlly in England who. In IS48. approached ing. Apply- to Wm. Halloway, Win- : What
Buick Has
.-': f from the ,last report of the Commissioner the then prime minister ter Park- Flaf 12t a Done For
(Lord John Russell with a scheme for .
Yv of Agriculture for South' Caro-. sinking a huge shaft a mile in diameter BUY a lot in :Thornton 'Park, a nice : Others Buick will Do for
;J.: ,liaa pon-,,which. he, made the following and twenty miles in depth that should suburb in east part of the city. Carl ,

;: f "comments:' tap the earth's internal beat and'there Jensen t .

: >It' appears.irons the'report 'of the by render England independent of'Her .
FOR SALE-40 acres of fine land in \
}. .Commissioner' of' Agriculture' that coal supply when this gave out, Yolusia, County,. near, station and Records for the past are the best promises for the future.
j there are; now 4,253 male children Lord Russell always,rather .attracted fine lake; .$500. Terms. J. B. McKay

q 'under sixteen,years of age employed by visionary proJects. attentively city. ; At the beginning of the 1913 season there were 110,000' '
considered the scheme and caused FOUND-That the Sentinel reaches
'; 'J' by."the>textile industries' of this' state, plans and estimates. to. be drawn up .the people and is read. ,, Buicks on the road, and every one of the 110,000 Buicks has a
:!J :and.there are 3,237 females thus em- ,
The difficulty was the inrush of S record.It .
,';:: ,ployed. There' are 2, 48 male children water which would hare been certainto FOR SALE -6% acres with lve-mom

:' and 2, 225 'female children from occur sooner or later. This it wa house on railroad only few hundred is nothing unusual to see a Buick which has run from
feet from stopping place. Plenty of
'fourteen to sixteen' :years thus employed proposed to keep under by pumping. shade and small shrubbery. Ten to 25,000'up to 100,000 miles and even more. And you never hear
; There' the 2,164 male child- caissons being used for the purpose of' twelve bearing trees
.. i pears a worn-out Buick."I .
finished \
.} ten- and .1,.455 female children from further excavation while the and other small fruits. Good hunt-
of the shaft was to be rendered and and
portion ing fishing, especially suitedto
.. twevle to fourteen thus employed. '
; i watertight by a "Jacket" of granite those who come to Florida for the started
out in my model 17 ,Buick in six inches of
and other enthusiasts of the snow
i ii Dawley set in Portland cement winter and like the country,life with I:
+ . (.system say that all of the children employed : Mad as the scheme was. it found easy access' to, town. J. P. Perkins, on the morning of February 3rd to post some sale bills.. I
:' in the cotton mills remarkably Orlando, Fla. General Delivery. I: covered 94.4 miles roads
.1. are plenty of advocates and a provisional over nobody else had traveled since

.. :' healthy spcimens. At least; this bill bad been. It was said actually the and in
minute f
OAK HILL is the beautiful sub-divis. snow, was high every up hill included. P
.' is an inference. The charge is made drafted when the overthrow of the ion to the Northeast of the city andI
.' thai Dr. McKejway, and others have government on the franchise questionwas still have some choice lots there. I I left my motor running all the time I was posting, and used 9/

,$. ?" photographed and pictured only the I i announced' and the whole busl Carl Jensen. : gallons of gasoline for the trip.
ness was thenceforth consigned to
:anaemic ones. .This charge against a well merited oblivion. Pearson's ROUEN DUCK EGGS for sale. Apply : "I have watched several other makes of cars in the past
:the, doctor admits. that there are'anae Weekly. Box 705, City. :
two years, and every time I have seen a Buick, it has always
4', ;mic ones. If:so,:these anaemic ones 'S
w are entitled; protection: of the .law. BREAKING IT ,GENTLY. WANTED Cook, man or Sentinel woman been doing,the work. When a Buick has gone 30,400 miles and
private family. Apply
"Our, effort to raise the age limit still seems as good as new, it is quite enough to convince ma

In .South 'C rolI....not intended'' as The Naval Court Wat Polite With the five, City. 3t. that Buicks are built the way they ought to be built.

,, i=reflection upon the humantiy of the Pushing Boston Attorney NOTICE Experienced managers, J. H. GARBER, Portland, Kansas.
:jafll presidents. We recognize the Courts martial are not Infrequently (man and wife) want the manage-

:fact that as, a role they ,are ,men of held on battleships In the Charlestowu ment of a European hotel, on salary, '
> yard. Sometimes a sailor will Address The Famous Buick Overhead
:,';; sympathies and kind hearts and navy or would rent good place. ,
broad: send for a Boston attorney to- defend Hotel, P.O. Box 672, Orlando, Fla. 3t .
,':Y they do a: great' deal ',for' their em- him, although this tendency Is discouraged Valve Motor is guaranteed to have more power and more speed,
.rployes: in the way of providing com3ertable by the officers. Most attorney WANTED-By experienced man. Position
*|: homes and providing ofr their know they hare no absolute, right tea as floral and landscape gardener than any other type of motor on the market. It will pull

intellectual, spiritual and social welt practice In a naval court and can do the taking care of gentleman'splaces stronger on low grade gasoline than any other type of motor
during summer, or permanent,
.. 'fn.; ..' is not to ,be expected so only by permission of the court but not for a home, would live on placeif ever built and the.fuel consumption is,less.

'.' :r that 'i limit since they have not does not realize this factA buildings.. Strictly temperate. Ad. ROADSTERS. TOURING CARS, $950 TO $1650, F. 0. B.
'? higher age sailor who was charged with gam dress Philip Bunn, Orlando, Fla. 7t
u',{ dew'so heretofore, and for that reason bling had retained an attorney to gethim ORLANDO. Catalogue on Request.

..! to _legislation Ii, eeeaaary." off. This attorney who had never MAN AND WIFE, German, want po

I :.. Rev",.C E. Weltner; ,also, a South ,had such ,a case before went briskly sition. Man capable to drive automobile
into the officers' wardrobe where the and very handy with tools
,.: Carolinian stated that, "Welfare
around the house. Wife first class
<:<: .:work among' cotton" mill operatives is court was sitting and to without address waiting thecourt cook, experience, best of references. Cook.Automobile Co.
on began
i ". a:perplexing problem because of the ceremony Couple, Care Sentinel 3t
,in a blustering manner.
miter ey and'the transient character -Just a minute Interrupted the presiding ,

-. r .of'the mill' population.. officer. "Who are your FOR with SALE-New all modern seven-room E. : Orlando, Florida

': Despite: this handicap Mr. Weltner "1 am Mr. Rudolph Smitten," the attorney H. Gore, 409 Anderson St. 7t j
'I't 1.w: that remarkable results had replied .-and I am a member of

:'. ;'bee nreached mills in South by certain Carolina groups that of'havewgportd cotton the 0b.Massachusetts you are Mr. bar Smlthers" are you?" office a private,. City. family. Apply or to woman Sentinel,3t iniiiiiiiiiini : :::::::: ::::::::::::::::,::::: : ::,::::::::: : ,,

.'.. ; :Churches '.,T. M. C. A uidYr continued the officer. Then you are '
\ j ,
; 'e' the man whom the orderly wants to LOST-Between E. .South street and
: :' ;W. XjA., nurses- domestic science tee." He called the orderly. Episcopal Church, small pin with SIGN PAINTING

';, ; teachers, kindergarten work and day "What does the orderly want of meT hair under glass on one side, inscribed Jack Preston will paint your

.". :and night'schools. asked the attorney ,In a superior tone. Little Julia on other side. Returnto sign on short notice. Good work. LIGHT THE
Sentinel and receive reward.TO
:.J' JI'" fine greatest needs of the present," 'Nothing very much." replied the No. 10 Washington, street. 14-6t

:: continued the sepaker, -"are .a statewide chief: justice. "He merely wants to LET-Four room house in Concord PATH TO
:.eumpulsary 'school attendance show yon .off the ship."-New York. Park. Rent low. Apply to J. L. PROSPERITYMerchants
:. .,:, Herald. Frost, West Amelia Ave. 4t
.: : kw, a fourteen year: age limit ort

..' 'children, and a :birth registaitionlaw. FOR SALE-Corner property, closein.
4;<.-working T The,Womanly Touch. who use Electric 'Signs never lose
East of railroad. House of
"': The law should Oscar Hand
( ; vagrancy, Adam was showing Eve through the ,.
eight rooms and bath modern con their the
' ; way by choosing road to
be enforced among the whites, and it cave. veniences. Twelve fruit trees on wrong
,. ; should be made impossible"for.a lazy "This Is the living room," he said. -It' the lot A bargain at $4,000.00. & Son i _cess. You simply cannot fail to attract new

"#: aDd drunken father to draw, the earnings is furnished as luxuriously as possibleIn Address, "Owner," P. 0. Box, No. if
:. ,' : of'w: children. .'Also, we need these prehistoric days.. I have spared 225, City. 6t Successors to & Hand : customers you use an Electric Sign It acts .
; DO expense.on it and yet it lacks some- like irresistible
_1's 'to have.a:labor union cotton millS thing or other some final touch that 1 LOST-A package containing hair, ( an magnet, drawing all the

S :operatives whose leaders have brains, ,cannot name." between Livingston and West St. FULL LINE OF COM trade within its reach: That is the reason

': 1 '.hearts. :and consciences." Eve took a swift look around. Then Finder suitably rewarded by leaving PLETE HOUSE FUR they command the attention of
Mrs Edward L. Bailey said: she pulled the.,magazine table out a little same at this office. 3t NISHINGS i \
:: !"But most difficult from the wall gave the morris chaira

"* ,-/'child. labor. Mississippi's.problem present, is that twist laid a book on the window sill FOR brand RENT new-April dwelling 1st with First all storyof con- COME IN AND SEE US : For Every Store OwnerNo I
S and kicked the tiger skin back afoot \
,' 1\
.; r of :the little oyster shockers on the from the door."WoDdertul' veniences unfurnished. Address 1I I;

; 'Gulf Coast These children are nomads matter how small his
cried Adam and gazed FOR SALE-Small seedling orange the Elec-

\ coming on oyster luggers from openmouthed at the magical transfor trees in any quantity at five cents tric Sign is. the cheapest and most effective
the North Atlantic Coast to the South mation.
each. G. T. HULL
"" : ,
f: 'era coast for the winter oyster packing The cave was more than a cave now. advertising.
Pine Castle road.
-! season, and the Chespoke It was a home., Phone for our Sign Designer to call and submit .t
','" There's no place like home.-Newark .
.?": ; Bay canneries for the summer. News. FOR RENT-Large beautiful homeon sketch.
\. ,The' children ,are with their parents LucerneCircle._ Twenty-five dollars RIYAL PALM

--without ,mental ability or moral Sinister. per month, furnished complete. No Trouble to Us---No Expense to You.

;f :standards with no conception of right A nonconformist clergyman in Manchester house Plenty with of fruit all modern in season.improvements Garage BARBER SHOP

,living and. no\ intrest beyond their is chuckling ever a letter he Apply to S. B. Chalf ant. 200 America
dilly food supply recently received from the vicar of a street.
Modern and Complete.
-k ''"Whether,'the 'case is for, the law certain parish church. He had writtento I ORNDO WATR[ & LIGHT CO.A

1.. *Or the gospel,local charities or national conduct the vicar a funeral asking in .for the churchyard."He permission .to electric Everything attachments new, individual at every i

_-i' philanthropies congfess I .cannot 'Imll1edl tel1 sent me a most chair. No stone has been left
"' '
:ji; determine. .Perhaps a measure of courteous note." the nonconformist "'tlla.o < cos: unturned to make this shop COOK WITH GAS
: 'responsibility rests 'on each. True, it said. "but I could not help I M CIIIsIII :: 0..11II 1Ba
clergyman 11I.1:; GI
... .. III00 th of the
.. meet erequirements .
Ji; :however, that humanity not less noticing that it would he- possible togive I . "CI ....... ...
III ea + most particular. Plenty of
'i than i to his words a sinister meaning. J.I CJ '"
Christianity demands that intelligent S
{ .GI. 'G b rtJS
tI a
,c.! Courteous attendants.
; The note ran: 'You will both tomorrow a y :: Q room.
. effort be put forth in behalf .. Lo 8) _:; 1II.a.. 1
of the least of these our little ones." and at any other. time. be most wet 2J2-J el.2 B ELIJAH WHTTEHEAD, HHiimiimillllllliMMMlModel
come In our churchyard.LondonAnswers. "* ** u
t Mr. W. H. rift N ILl E"" .. CJ 1 Proprietor.
.,. Greensboro, .. CJ 2 *' egcSS
:C,'in speaking' of Child labor conditions 5 c | :ss Orange Ave, Orlando, Fix

r. - in his state said: Getting Even."Oh III O.e0g.Sd 111El S Grocery

I 'What we need 'In North Carolina George dear" she whispered .: o2u :

: when he slipped the engagement ringon Qa:: 5 ...o
N and in the whole south is somebody ;
<" ' ; : her tapering finger, "how 'sweet of 4 *. b s2sJS.,2 Sf
; who,wfll shake up this.factory population cS"o" :
you to remember just the sort of stoneI J '
'f as our farmers have been shak- >- l < IllS 18 West Church Street -
.' preferred! None of the others wa -d 'Z II o B = a !
j 'e nup. .Adn if this committee can'devise ever so thoughtful" iH' SSe .. .

.:,.;t means by, which every man, and Geo..p'was staggered, but for a njo- $ ... _- h a re ? THE OAKlANDTII FANCY AND STAPLE'GROCERIES.., NEW AND

woman in North Carolina, as well as meat Then be came back with: "Not J.I x Mbf eaE t

J in ,other Southern States, can be at all, dear. You overrate me." This"the Is =+= q.- aaoa! g u FRESH

rtes brought fact to face with this, very Stray one Stories., I've always' used. London O ltd! a w at .r We Give Ow, Personal Attention to Our,' Customers and,

; 'serious problem, the outcome will bet t ,fa:1G1:; 5 iSilll Guarantee :Satisfaction and'Prompt DeliveryGive

,. ;definite'u fate.. The trouble with us Eccentric. ? ; jilii 1HATEVERYMIYKTAUONG '
,} ; is that'our people do not consider. If "8nafgi is a. moat eccentric chap. ? ...ea" Us a TrIal

-, W :the',community only;knew the worth Tear 1102leZ.$0 < l' .

ft F ,:of children .and"could 'only place the "Sure!' He has named his place PineTerrace. : 110 :Subtler Bros Proprietors L
1 f... proper estimate, upon ,child life, "Well what.of itr .3irts.ijWANTEDdea E : A AWOT: b.RUS .

i "I'children'.'would eollnto''their, own '":Well,'he has pine tree and.a,terrace.Judge's i5 :C1J S .. .; "
.. f ft' once. The one thing which' ., palls Library. .. Ii H 1&!' ',fII'IEIIIDlJlA1III' - - : .. ..: .. ,
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; 1 ,.n me is:theabsolute indifference -- -oj :- ... {)I" ';i:1.0:4 : -
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CrawfordDon't'you believe that a .. ; '
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; should be the architect of fcta
san own - :
: Httle girl hurrying along;,at six inAe iiw

.'t. ', :morniag} to spin:.all, day -long and fortune bet be saouldn't? :Crabthaw-Thafi build one other all right fcVtow's *,',CeUtt .Bsp. '; H1G- ;, ( .. ., llli,, ,1U11IW._ ; :I,

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'..Whfle. .,' firws' ,controls'.the'tariff, : :
a *c:til'other jaatiers 'o(legislation- ,.'it IORLANDOBANUTRUST

; ,Mggestions. :The., only :.stnding:, 'the COMPANfr
4 .tariff.has under'Is t as.a'"means
of,raising,revenue., The secertaiy'of
ttt: tMtwry lag the head of the , Capital aid 'Sirptas art UtfvMed Profits $12e,0M.W.
revenues of the:: country,and,so his Total Resources over Three-quarters of a Million..
g word has more' weight than} that of '
will find
that the best
any other man in shaping tariff legis we carry
Report of the Condition of Orlando
lation.< So great. is his influence that
'the'beat.tariff has ever and most popular lines ,. Bank. and Trust Co, Condensed .
had was the almost exclusive ':work From Report to Comptroller '

of :Robert :J. Walker of ,Mississippi, II Feb. 4,191JRESOURCES
x secertary,of the treasury under Presi It is to your interest to visit our S}_ s :

'W'.Polk.. So completely, was this r .i.i'Si
Loans and Discount ...,.1393,161.05Overdarfts
:., tariff his work of the that, no one remembersthe store where we are always glad to show : ........"..... 193J53
name representative whointroduced
r. Stocks and Bonds ....... 26,018.33Estate
it. It is; known as the it
Walker what have .l nor' / Real Furniture and
tariff\and approached nearer you we your needs* Fixtures ... .......... 25,853,44
.than any we have had to a tariff'for
Cash on hand and in Banks 215,08183
.revenue only. .
The tariff'I views. of our new sec
t_ $660,311.18
:retary of the treasury, William C.
> Redfield,became especially interesting BRING YOUR WATCH TO US TO REGULATE I LIABILITIES .
account Capital Stock ...........$100,000.00Surplus
on_ of his position. Mr.
i and Undivided
LRediteld was a member of the houseof EVERYTHING GUARANTEED i
ii, Profits ... ........... 22,832.33
representatives' and though a marl.ufaetnrei Deposits ... 537,418.85
he; has constantly opposed ..

high The'protection.Ti n Union' has received a Allen & Co. $660,311.18 ,

leaflet,with quotations from The New We invite the attention of our customers ,
Industrial Day published. from his and friends to our statementshore : .j{

pea by the Ceatlary Company Here sad wish to assure tI eat trot .,,
are some of,the 'views he 'expresses: .JEWELERS I. c we appreciate their patronage and <:

t. '"I,believe that portection is,an,injury 'U- V1 ask for a continuance of same. ,
to American :;manufacturers by 'S Don't forget that our deposits are .

,limiting their,scope and by,narrowing Orlando, FloridaJ.UST insured.A .
their horizons. r ,believe it costs cordial invitation is extended to I '

,thorn enormously in the loss of foreign visitors in our city to call and open '
business,,and that is one reason UiHe Slates Covenant,Stale and Canty fir an account with u.

:why' manufacturers in this country :L __ .I.I"IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII"'IIIIIIIIIII'IIIIIIIIII

y,. 'are, so ,rapidly ceasing to be protect; _i __ -i: Oi 0 .
ionists. But one other reason who the

\ a manufacturers of :;this country 'are
'.(; abandoning'the protectionist ,faith. is RECEIVEDMy III1111111111111111.1.t...

',that.their:plants have been stimulatedto

'.-- .'become .so'large that- only'in rare .
; years has the demand in this country
[ become, .enough, to take their total 4

product, ,and they' .:have to ,sell it OF CLEANLINESS ., ,THE MARKET
abroad.' Spring line of Men and THE MARKET .' :>:.-OF QUALITYLENDUSYOURER

i "There is'no reason for taxing the
whole:American people because manufacturers Boys Straw Hats in all the ;

are''either lacking in scientific newest shapes. Nice line of !
.7 :study o f their .own business or
unwilling" letthe, facts'come'out ', '.. ,Panamas for $5. My spring

'" t "American is often :'Trouser.!line is now complete

'-awe'.,;.cheap" as:'or. Cheaper in the labor .
f cost than f in all new shades. S
; per.unit foreign, and, so
k ,far,from;needing protection,it needs

toe) setjfree; ',,that'we m conquer, ,

i f ',An, attitude, that ,we are, able to -

compete with foreign manufacturers Clark Robertson

'1 Y on. their" own ground while unable to YOUR PATRONAGE HAS ENABLED US TO MAKE GREAT

*, conipetewith.them.. on our. ground. cant STRIDES IN ESTABLISHING IN ORLANDO
,not'long'be,.1Daint ined."o -,
F Successor to Jerome Palmer&'Co.
jr These Views are in :line ,with the ,

'4\, ;democratic policy of a,tariff for, rev- I
,cane only.' ,, 'Mr.. Redfield understandsthe I THE PERFECT MARKETVISIT

tariff question as well as
"Unofficial in the,United States
k* Mr.Underwood.*' He has.viewed it as .....,,"1"1.. %
| ,student a legisatbr'and US AND NOTE THE ABSOLUTELY SANITARY
a man
|, affairs; and' we, look for valuable ,METHODS WHICH GOVERN OUR HAUDLING OF
;.. , work:from,him in reducing and ultimately /
ending' that
$ : system of robbery ,
Union.known 'as protection.-Times Best Meats Poultry and Game

Cor. South and Hughey Sts. ,

k{" *: FARMS WE BUY FOR CASH AND SELL FOR CASH. WE Satisfactory, Accurate ServiceOUR
Agricultural department of
> Florida ii making an e'ft'ort'to interest i '
farmers in the small portable canneries PURCHASES DELIVERED,WHEN YOU WANT.THEM
f 'for,the of the'surplus"
(: fruits'and purpose vegetables.saving And an Order will Have Prompt Attention, and will be

: Delivered to Any,Part of the City.D. .
,are thousands thousands
L of cans J of tomatoes, beans Look. Over this List of Specialties
a B. RAYBON, Proprietor ORLANDO, FLA.
pumpkin sauer and other vegetables Fr'
shipped into Fiorida each year *, '
I from the north on which an,extortion PERFECTION ALL-PORK SAUSAGE CHOICfc GRAIN FED POULTRY

,is going on, there are.t ousands upon 1I llllllltllllll IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII.1111111111tRAl SELECT OYSTERS FRESH FISHParlor ,

?i thousands for lack rotting of of'a cans market in the of these fields If the same of farmers Florida vegetables [ (SIAJ[ .fOR SAl[

'would can the surplus crop end sell ito Market iw
the home merchant"it would be a
saving all around. This is what they

are, doing all over the north,,and as The trend of Orlando's Growth is
: far south as Georgia, and the business. '
'is both profitable,and..popular.A Northeast. lLewt r's Addition and

h $50 canning outfit will ,can one Sunshine Park there. Near
are by H. M. SELF & CO.No. ,
h= thousand cans per, day, and if threeor ., y
four neighbors would go in together is Paradise Hill. Let me show you
: they could handle their surplus Crop .'18 20 East Pine Street. r PHONE NO. 80
.'" at small: expense. When a conservative -.
" estimate of the waste in
Florida is placed at ,
forty per cent .
\! of the total crop, ,it is time for, the F. A. LewteriHIIIIIHMMMMiMMMMMIilltflUMtltMMMIIK "

b bestir themselves and correct .
this condition. MlllllllllllllillllllllHIHIIIMIIIIIIIIIIIilllllHIilHM. IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIH

have the, best equipped, printIng
r, plant" in the city, for doing Comrnercial -- GRtA UST BARGAIN IN ORLANDO ARTISTIC.,. PICTURE. FRAMER of Orlando IF,IT'S ANYTHING IN I
Work. Your -
: ,order, largesmall or DRUGS PHONE, ;
,'.handled. here by trained ex. .. PIN J, STREET 3DeLANEY
: perts,':whose'knowledge of;the print
{ er's art is unquestioned. Accura, DRUG :
. ,
'....,,: reliable service, prompt ,and courteous 8 ;BEAUTIFUL, ,LOTS .eN, LAK t' MHIIIMilMMiMMimSEE- , .. . I
'- -
;,, : treatment:;tor all,that's'whysestablishment : this . : COWANYt .
: has.grown by: leaps: d : ::
EOLA care be bought,* SANITARY PRANK, . HYERManufacturer ,
% $ w uy
_,. , .. ,, QUICK,DELIVERY.
t ,We ,want your. Printing. 'm f x J SOIL. :PIPE: CONNECTION ': of Artificial
.. reasonable jqi4reat ;the 4 '; 'Watkins
THE SENTINEL \ Stone, Fancy Columns) and Building.
. .. '
Phone '24. 'Court StreArcadeBuilding > .t ; ''''.' I' Ornamental Work '
Absolutely SaaKary and, used Phone 678.
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; .Pieta W sl w,.ViwPm.Bomrd : ; s
: : 'C:Bakoek. A Cttfaier :,Stand_ A.NcwtO.An't Cuhier::: Sunday.School-,_9:45, C.,E.,Howard, t... .

Supt ,+ \ .. .
Preaching by the Pastor, 11 a. .m., :

:. Subject Anthem"The, "Still Heroes With of Thee Methodism." Nevin." I II 1f

.' Male quartette, "The Day of Rest," I
THEBAE Nevin., ,

; Epworth League, 6:30 p. m., H. A.HoffnerPresident .
'i.Sm, '

} j, Preaching by the,Pastor: 7:30 p. m., )
' t '"1; Subject "Wonders of To-Day, or : WIDOWS

-' What God Is Doing Among Men."

1', '"of" Orlando '.. Anthem, "Seek Ye the Lord."

: ., ; ." Male quartette, "The Close of Day,"
: .t j.:) 't ". -: <' Nevin.
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.,. ; :' .- Solo "He Shall Feed His Flock,"
and all those who have been deprived
- I 1893THIS and "Come! Unto Him," Mrs. C. R. J-
: [ESTABLISHED_ Hinchman, Cleveland, Ohio. of their natural protectors and desire '
: ..
Mid-week Prayer Service, Wednesday information, assistance, or advice, 1

: the oldest Bank Orlando has had nearly 7:30 p.m.Everybody' will receive here the same careful,

" : twenty years of experience of banking; in this services. Special cordially welcome invited for strangers. to the- conservative and respectful consideration
would desire for own
we our ,
wish1 loved ones under similar conditions.Whatever .

AT THE PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH your requirements 'maybe

ducted on conservative banking principles.. Sabbath School, 9:45. Superintendent r it is always a pleasure to serve
W. R. O'Neal
Preaching services 11. Dr. John W. you.

We:'draw, drafts on all parts of the world and buy Stagg, pastor. Subject: David Livingston -

xc, and.sell'domestic exchange. and Slavery. < ,
Business Men's Bible Class 9:30.

Dr. E. Miles Robinson, teacher. I[ PEOPLES[ NATIONAL l BANKf E
Our correspondents, with many others, include Christian Endeavor, 6:00. ,

Park :Bank New York First National Evening sermon 7:30. Subject: Cal -
the National ,
vinism and the Westminster Confes- a special enclosure, desk.chairs, tellers

,Bank. ; Philadelphia;, 'Third National Bank, Atlanta; sion.A. window and entrance to cashier's office
cordial welcome to all. maintained for ladies.
: ,MerchantsMechanics National Bank Baltimore;

"Tk Progressive Bank" Your accoHRt solicited
Y National Bank : BAPTIST CHURCH.
Continental, ,&' Chicago: FIRST
: Dr. C. T. Douglas will preach both!
National :Bank of Commerce St. Louis. morning and evening.

: Morning service at 11 o'clock. Sub- '.
-1 ,
We Pay 4 per,cent;Interest OB Savings Accounts ject: God's Part and Our's in the So- j :. ( P

lution of Life's Problems.

Hill IIHIIII Ill Evening service at 7:30. Subject:
Does it'Pay to Be a Christian? *

PLEASANT :PICNIC PARTY ATI NEWS FROM ALL PARTS ... OF Sunday School at 9:30 a. m. Otto I
Link superintendent.
i B. Y. P. U. at 6:30

r.' 'Mrs: J. Magroder _arranged a I The ferry'dock at the foot of Main Ladies' Missionary Meeting on Mon- ,

'treat for the guests of the Arcade yesterday street in Jacksonville is to be remodeled day at 3:15. All members are earnestly

: ,which-took the form,of a bas-: and improved. The improve- requested be present

: ket picnic: at,Mr. Magrader's pretty lars.ments will cost about'thousand dol- IMMANUEL BAPTIST CHURCH. ....
I on Spring Lake. ,
*.. grove Service at 11 o'-
Sunday morning
C- , left Orlando at ten ,o'- COLONIAL PARK, NOTES '
clock in the:morning and spent a most On the Seventh of, May, Pensacola clock at the Grand Theatre. Sermonby -

.delightful' day'boating>> ,'swinging ahd,:will enjoy &e presence of a partyof Rev.W. M. Burr, a prominent Bap- Mr. M. S. Little, writing form his A Large Assortment of

; wandering: among the orange trees, two:hundred'Indiana Shriners and tist minister from Mississippi. Sun- home in Knoxville Tenn., says he is

;' '-fragrant:with,blossoms their ,wives, who will stop there en- day shool will be organized' 9:45 contemplating building on his four
route to the National Convention of and a full attendance desired at this lots Come :
At noon a delicious dinner :was recently purchased. on Mr.
spread on, a long table, around which Shriners, which meets in Dallas, Texas first meeting. Music, by Orchestra. Little.

p were gathered the guests,to celebrate during 'May. Prayer service Wednesday,evening at New Spying aM Summer Woolensj

-* .the regular annual picnic given by the 7:30 at the home of Mrs. Limerick'onOrange Frank Thompson Kenosha, Wisconsin

:Arcade management' Dr.,and Mis. Edward Conradi,gavea avenue North. The public is writes to the Sentinel for in-
invited all the services.
,lovely reception at their home on: :formation concerning orange county ..

:MRS.,GRANT HOSTESS AT PORCH College avenue, in Tallahassee, a'few UNITY-CHAPEL. and sends in a subscription for our embracing the most favored

,-PARTY.A nights ago in honor: of Mrs JosephA. weekly.
Unity Chapel Central avenue ,and!
Edmonson, a former member of
West street, Rev. 'Eleanor E. "Gordon, Dann Brothers 51 lot salesin weaves has just arrived from our
pleasant"gathering took place the faculty of the Florida State Col- report ,

yesterday at the home .of'Mrs. T. P. lege for Women., minister. the past fifteen days, with pros
: I Dedication services Sunday morningat pect good for in the next
seven more
Grant on Sooth. Main street. Chicago Tailors
,The house.. had been prettily decorated The Ladies' Chic Association is arranging 11 'o'clock.Rev.. few days. Colonial Park is in the ,
Manchester of Salem, f
with''and early in the to give Tampa its first annual north east part' of the city.
Mass., will preach the sermon. t
afternoon the guests arrived;and settled flower show today.: The purpose of
All are invited.CATHEDRAL Mr. J. F. Schumann's house is ED. V. PRICE & CO.
themselves :the enjoytheir new ,
on the flower show, says The Tribune,
; needlework in, the drawing nearing completion and would be an
x or: is to demonstrate to Tampans how
: ;room for.a game of cards. easy it, is, to decorate their'premises ornament to any j>art of the city. Mr:
Miss refreshed the ,visitors LUKE. Schumann's house is located at the If you'll make selection
Galley :I ina style appropriate to the Land of Sixth Sunday in Lent. an early
of Concord and Racine Aves.
with punch during the afternoon, at Flowers. corner ,\. .
9:30 a. m. Sunday School.

'I assisted'the: dose by of, six'.of which,her Mrs Pennsylvania Grant ably I 10:30 a. m. Morning Prayer. Mr. S. R. Manahan was in the citya of style and pattern, let us take
: Rev. W. H. Zeigler has resigned the 11:00 a. m. Sermon and Celebrationof
few days ago and, purchased a
: friends served dainty supper.
; of the Presbyterian church
pastorate the Holy Communion.
couple of lots at the corner of Hill-
in Tallahassee, to take effect 1st, correct measure for
7:30 p. m. Evening Prayer and'Ser crest and Racine avenues. They ex- your your
and will to serve the Presbyterianchurch :
HYEL pect to have their house completed for
at Livingston, Ala. Mr., Zeig- occupancy by Oct. 1stMr. Easter suit We will guaranteeyou
the of the
ler has been pastor Presbyterian DID YOU BUY ?
A much enjoyed dinner dance took
church in Tallahassee for
; Chas. Davis is fixing to improve -
place .at the Country Club Thursday time and has greatly endeared complete satisfaction.
'I overheard a prominent hardware his four lots on Colonial drive.
=SP t t ,evening,'at which Mr. Irwin Hyel was himself to the people of the Capital dealer say this morning to a prominent We may be surprised with a hand- t

,best,:and: guests were Misses An- City, and they hate to give him up., citizen of Orlando, I could have some house before'the year goes by.
wt Estelle,Giles,:Berta Beacham, Virginia bought land at $2.50 and $5.00 but
did not do it. Mr. Davis hails from New Hampshire Brown
S Anna Foulke, Guilda
, Badger, &LartigueBASE
The Carrabelle Topic says: "Car- At the time he referred to I sold and is well pleased with Or-
Bapperset, Eliza Diffendaffer, Mesdames -
rabelle wants a laundry, furniture fac- for an Orlando' man several' hundred lando and Colonial Park
and Beacham.and Messrs. acres' of land in Orange county for
sand And cement works box and
tory, ,
; Montgomery, ,Cardenas, Keller, 'Rogers $1.00 per acre, the same land .is now
;' Keller and.Fort barrel factory dairy; hennery'whole sold in 10 and.twenty acre tracts for Miss A. Reed has just purchased
,_ ,.. sale fish dealers canning factories. $30.00 per acre, and is cheap, at this through the Carl Dan Real Estate Co
9 V I
After the prettily served mnner.the' price.
party assembled in'the ball room livery stable, truck farmers; 'phos- What,were the Orlando people buying three well situated lots in the Park!

and spent;the remainder of,the evening phate' works waterworks, electric at that time? Gold mining stock. and when through with the improve-
in plant, telephone exchange, paved If you had bought land, you could ments contemplated will have a beau-
: most delightfully dancing, BALL
streets.'! Nothng like working for figure your profit You knew some tiful site. 'These purchasers are near-
: time the
ago your profit on mining
COLLEGE GLEE:CLUB COMING. what 'one wants. stock, without having to figure on it ]1'all home builders.

-.... If you, have" not yet bought some
Orlando or, Orange county property, view be had of Or-
AT THE LUCERNE The prettiest to
: Eo! ins Will Sing For Benefit of High there is still opportunities for large STETSON UNIVERSITYVS.
lando is from the summit of, Colonial
School Wednesday.The profits, and I can show you.
Rollins ,College Glee Club will Pictures that have no equal. Entire I can sell you something that will Hill at the entrance of Colonial Park.

'? give a benefit performance at the balcony five 'cents to everyone. I make you money but your gold mining Mr. Wm. H.Eaton,Wilson'N. Han .

-;,I Hfllsborough ,high school on Wednes- f 'Bulgarian .Army in the Balkans, a'' Call stock and will see not me. buy it have purchased eight,lots in Colonial

'day; March 19, and the proceeds will wonderful military drama.A CARL JANSEN, Park and will improve them. They ROLLINS COLLEGE

s' 'be used by, the school in paying for Serenade by Proxy, :a craekerjack Office over Dickson & Ives, Orange are located 'on Colonial Drive, near ,
songbooks 'the Edison comedy. A laugh every Avenue, Orlando, Fla.The the survey of.the Orlando and Winter .
; the to be,used in singIng banks and the business men of
i class." : momentOn Orlando know me, if you do not, ask Park street railway. .
the Threshold, Lubin., An,excellent them. '
These singers,are some of,the best M.ondayMarch 17th
a in the State, and.'will no doubt.have story portraying realistic GRAND THEATRE., .

a' large attendance-Tampa Daily: scenes' full of pathos. NOTICE Two Men and a, :Woman. Selig. =, and
::Times.' Matinee,3:30to,5p. m. A meeting of the Equal Suffrage drama., -

'\ Admission five and ten cents. ,Don't League will beheld Monday afternoon ',the Ranch, Vitagraph

-. F. L. ,E.' forget one',of 'those $2.00 books for (March 17th) ,at 3:30 o'clock, at the .comedy:, Tuesday, March 18th':

$1.00. ,A few more left Sorosis'Library. Panic Days in Wall Street,'Kalemdrama. =
.,, : The:members,of,the F.,L"'E, held ,The committee' constitution; :will itt,
', AT THE FAVORITE TODAY. report and other' important business, 'Each',number of, this program:is'amarvelous -
: last at
: : fg jolly meeting : -
,' J.arose of Mrs_ ,Peyton ){u ewhite. win bex transacted.:' : protection. .. of.,phpay.of. WI 111TERPARKii j

r 'Steen.. were 'present, ',indulging in His Squaw< '"Broncho". ;' a tworeelIndian By order.'of acting president :I some' of" .the. bett, .utor..i' .aad'acbesses, \ : : '
<, ' and '\ >drama., : 4t, JESSIE M. THAYES.At : of today The'seess*J"svbjeet matter : :{ : .
exciting -
: games an :
many,,merry y : : : : : .
'"Stain Contest"after which'Mrs.,Masselwhite Will,and a way, Thanhauser. -com- make. Jtfcis a. iuetiet4hygr ye- :
l ,8, '' .',:'delighted "the young" people I" edy. Do not fail to see this present there are three,concrete ')fuU' - ,'of,' iatewst. --'.....,'aad",...'..SBtertaiB- ... .., ;'1'f- :: .,GAME" AT3P.M. 'i

t.. .by" serving tip with pouch' and home- Program something new.:Open 2 to or, brick :business houses' 'under construction ..- aiM<'fctrf'.t' f : "jilliNii.e_; :.{'_. ._ ,'-_ _-, # 'Cart'Stead'FreeLi iA:
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and : p. >
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