The daily sentinel

Material Information

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 23, 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).

Record Information

Source Institution:
University of Central Florida: Florida Digital Newspaper Library
Holding Location:
University of Central Florida: Florida Digital Newspaper Library
Rights Management:
This item is presumed to be in the public domain. The University of Florida George A. Smathers Libraries respect the intellectual property rights of others and do not claim any copyright interest in this item. Users of this work have responsibility for determining copyright status prior to reusing, publishing or reproducing this item for purposes other than what is allowed by fair use or other copyright exemptions. Any reuse of this item in excess of fair use or other copyright exemptions may require permission of the copyright holder. The Smathers Libraries would like to learn more about this item and invite individuals or organizations to contact Digital Services ( with any additional information they can provide.
Resource Identifier:
002075051 ( ALEPH )
34297092 ( OCLC )
AKR3406 ( NOTIS )
sn 96027192 ( LCCN )

Related Items

Related Item:
South Florida sentinel
Succeeded by:
Morning sentinel


This item has the following downloads:

Full Text
.- .'. .i'f'1 . .,'1.4 '"
:: :.: ;:' ,,; : :.J'::::1" > t;,? "'; k; ',: ,:: :i;''. :.) ' 'Ie '" "i" c.'W'i : _

." .'..,.,.....,,., J.hI-.' .,".--,::, << 'I' 9. :w; '" .- ..;) I sN i-

t it 'J :i ;: .f' ,-" 4 .

% C ';y.'r. .. w
fit Arfi,." v a r j




q"'."1 ; i ,Service- .,:Postal Telegraph' until 2 a. m. I '.. PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING EXCEPT MONDAY. Orlando-Progressive Center of the State.


'r ; _








THE' COUNTY. t AGO TO GULF. Special to the Sentinel Special to The SentiueLWashington YESTERDAY. FLOYD ALLEN.

SpwU to tit*' SeatbcLSt Vienna, .March 22.Fortress Scu. D .C., March 22.-. Special to The Sentinel

Representatives from every pre-' tan is expected to surrender before for Washington March 22 With
Louis, Mo., March 22.Reports Causes young girls going astray I The Orange County Democratic tic

craet, in Orange county, except three from the storm-swept section of the tomorrow: morning, according to' a and remedies for their uplift were 'Executive Committee met in Orlando refusal of the United States SupreaB

met, in the court, room yesterday fortat central southern states continue to dispatch'received here tonight Greater the chief subjects discussed at to. II' yesterday morning and transactedthe Court, Chief Justice White today infused

: purpose of eompleting'arrange- of the town has been vice-com to review the
in to part already day's hearing of Illinois conviction .tr
come ,slowly, owing interruptedwire following business:
>iieeta' for :a determined and effect facilities. Every report received destroyed and fire has been ragingfor mission now in session in this city.1 The meeting was called to order Floyd Allen and his son, Claude; last

ire{stand against the division of Or. several days in the ruins. for downfall hope of these to the &
however, shows an increase in loss j Among causes were''by Chairman.Abernethy and the pur- men escape < F
.. county. The beleagered city is in a chaotic I' men's of fashion : penalty for
of life and great damage.It I i 'II designs examples pose of the call stated. shooting up HillsboroQ&

'The'meeting was called to order condition. I j about women, wrong early training,' Va., court-house officials taken awaySupreme
that the I
now seems' probable ? It was as august, a body as ever
Vy, ,Cot J.. N. Braidshaw, and on m .- death list will reach two hundred and For the past two weeks, the food; lack of respect from boys, high cost ,gathered in Orange county's templeof Court of last resort and the!

tin, Mr.! J. .H. Lee,. of Oviedo, was 1 fifty ,and probably six hundred in. supply has been alarmingly low and of living and joy riding. Some of justice. Twenty-four precincts governor, having refused to interfera.

Chairman of the meeting and I jured. tile hospitals are full to overflowingwith the remedies suggested were home 1 being represented. Only one absentee Justice White, after reviewing all papers

J.: \t. Schuman, Secretary. both inhabitants and soldiers wage'law in the case said that constitutional
training, minimum police] no
The damage to 'crops, timber and noted, Apopka.The .
'f A; roll call,of pree eta was made, who have been wounded during bombardment question was involved sufficient

reach women, whipping or hanging as punt
other, property will $10,000,000. question of proxies were dis-
irl": showed that, aU hut three predaets victims of disease to warrant allowance of
Alabama or are resulting ishment for seduction and listing w
from show
Reports eigh- cussed and it was decided not to al.
were present, and the remarks from the condition The decision thai .
unsanitary of houses. appeal. means
| of patrons disorderly
ade ,ty-five killed and over a hundred I, low them, except where the precinct
by the ,representatives present prevailing. the the must hang next A
Early in day the commission men Friday
hurt forty of these being killed at of its citi-
[ I II was represented by one,
skewed a spirit of unanimity in the t I
Peach-Tree alone.In Austria-Hungary today forwardedher called on the president and asked Richmond. _. being waged against the second note to the Montenegrin him to invite a conference of vice zens.The then
and Louisiana the
Mississippi secretary's report was
carving up of Orange county.; THE INCOME TAX. :/ :
latest reports show over fifty dead. government at Cettinje, demanding:.I commissioners of various states., Wilson submitted. Chairman Abernethy _
xtt was manifest '.that the deepest that the siege of Scutari cease at promised to think the matter I r'N
In to telegram from that he had
response a I stated employed an ac-
eoaeern'was, felt by those districts I Albania Special to the SentIDeLWashington
and all hostilities in
I Peach-Tree this afternoon President once over. Carl Jansen to checkup
jcountant ,
i March 22. Afight Ot not yet know whether not
.or would be discontinued and intimatedthat '
Wilson at ordered I Most interesting testimony was giv. this and that it was cor.
I Washington, report income tax legislation, which !!
Word has,designs them and maf
upon unless the Montenegro acquices, en by-Stanley Finch in charge of department
through Secretary of War Garrison, I equal the coming battle the tariff
fan the outside of Orlando
precincts : rect.A
Austria will issue ultimatum. Dispatches
an of justice campaign against
: medical and doctors motion that of the
supplies army one members has been fomenting in Washingtonand
who' do know that Sanford has I
from Fort. Oglethorpe to proceed from Constantinople says white slavery. of the committee and one of the
1 will break with convening of the
a'desire from to reach over and grab therdaffray t there immediately. Great damage that both town and fortress of i I Finch declared that ninety per cenlsocial candidates of the last election, with Sixty-third Congress, according to
:Mother Orange without
tfcdr'consent ''they were an earnest t was done in Arkansas. The town of Adrianople' are in excellent conditionand of evil is the fault of, men. I I the assistance, of Carl Jansen, be appointed those conversant with the situatbc F
can withstand a siege for sev- cent of victims of
Hoxie was practically wiped out The Seventy-five per I to go over the statement, here today."' ;
of liaterect'their
and vote
men r
death list will in eral weeks. white slavers, Finch said, was. from which committee of W. E.
probably be great
'f being In favor of employing t Behind the fight are believed to "be ;
:: every Food supply remains plentiful and ranks of domestics. Men's is
money ''Martin Tilden and Carl Jan-
honorable means'of defeating legisla.tlgn Hoxie when communication is repaired. I L. W. some of the most wealthy men in.thi K
assaults of Bulgarians haven't dam- large factor in persuading poor girlsto

:that;.would, lead to the division t sen.The United. States-men,. whose._,fortune r
aged the town to any extent go wrong, he declared. In Finch'sopinion I oath of office was then administered '
[tfithe :county., run into the hundreds of millions ani
'PREPARED' FOR WAR. 1 hanging and not whippingis to the committeemen new
whose share of the income tax'.mtllt
If r. 'J. J.:; Dickinson, a prominent I:Special'to.the Sentinel DOES IT PAY TO GROW OR. too good for white slavers. ,and old, by Judge Martin.: necessarily be heavy. That the

[attorney of Sword. was present and, ''Berlin, March 22.-The German foreign ANGES? READ THIS AND Many prominent, ladies, several of I' Chairman Abernethy said beforehe forces will be able to decisively defeat *.

{Wing called, out, made 'a ,brief; but I office learned' today that armed PONDER them heads of prominent societies, retired, he wished to thank the their
t measure was regarded ta. x
,argument against the moYe.t I operations against Montenegroby"the also testified. .
Secretary for the efficient manner in
day as impossible but it
was thong
-t,_*saying ,that'I a citizen oils J Austrian .be expected soon.Ari'Anstrian' .
navymay which he had him in the affairs
i Mr. J. B. Magruder shipped ninehundred helped that. a postponement of income tax
ford he '
>> ero6'ieiioW i ,
thimovement! j maneuvering !. H. H. S. WINS STATE CHAMPION. of his office.
two boxes of through legislation and a final eettlemeJij'Upon
IIidvIsed'ind would work great off the Montenegrin and .Albanian oranges I .SHIP. '
I The chairman then in few well-
a'to that'1oa&1itJ'should the ter-1' I Chase & Co. last week whicl1'sold for a minimum tax might be accom

coasts.; and netted him $1,810.45. 'chosen words said that the time of
Nary be set 'of to'I new Officials of the German foreign office $2,262.54 I The Hillsborough High School, of'
it, would bur den that eounty'l I I Prior to that he had sold earlier in' his 'departure was now at hand and As the matter now stands, the F
: state that Austria will send one Tampa, won the State Championshiplast
,thatit I the season when oranges were cheap,: while he regretted leaving com. Democratic party has on recent "'
|Keith such aJ heavy,tax would :further note to
Montenegro, so as to night by defeating Duval High
mittee he could to his administration
from this'same $9,879.57 worthof as favoring the enactment of this F
Ifatard its,growth for That grove
years. r exhaust the possibilities of diplomacy School of Jacksonville, to a, tune of with
making the crop this of fifteen years a good legislation, but there is yet to to
ha attrbutang oranges year
did are to
not t before .the, character of the activity of 42 to 15.
which he
I deal of and
t t off to pride, every drafted bill the nature aali
a Unity-five acre run a defining
to his who grove up i
motives neighbors, the war ships changes from admin. I This was one of the fastest and! concurred in
,7' of $13,479.57. reason to was amount of the tax to be levied ?.
a sum i
the he did gross upon
..'urging. movement, want istration to offensive action. i best played games of basket ball seen',,by the,committee. I'
This is fortunes.
say that: many of the ''reasons It is understood here hat Russia surely a profitable grove. on the local' floor in some time. j
He then took his seat in the audience -
i Interest in this remarkable showing is I : The construction of thfs bill is tisi
ch the were urging, r the.divi- has,,coonldlgj In?- Montenegrins to Conoley put up a very fine exhi.. with the plaudits of well done -
-' ,
which the, attack will be
were' unfounded, and many of yield. deepened by the statement that ten bition of basket'balL Starring for I point upon

',:promises they were making'could years ago it was a run down. grovewhich also I thou good and faithful servants. made. In the past income tax legislation -
,. Hillsborough. Sparksman put
The committee then reorganizedby
i be fulfilled. He was in earnest in .sew. to the StttfaMl Mr. Magruder bought for in good work by breaking 1 1I I has called forth much oratory

:-remarks:but, made 'no ,references Vienna,March 22.-The AustroHnngarian $2,500 and built up to its present some that would have up selecting Mr. Seth Woodruff as. and discussion with its attendant da.
.".the Sanford'C divisioniats'that ,they I gOvernment' today addresseda thrifty' and prosperous condition. many been for a goal.passes i.I chairman and Josiah Ferris, secre. lay. Similar results were .predicted: .

> take'.theeleaat'exception to. strongly ;worded note to Montenegro No man in the community has work.I tary.Upon today for the future.
ed harder and ventured farther forthe The team, as a whole, put up a taking his ,seat, Mr. Wood- The fact that the Senate carries
JA, motion was made byMr.; Davis which was in the nature of an I fine exhibition of ball playing well -
that vote of thanu '
I ruff suggested a
development of greater Orlando but a slight Democratic majority aad
that' committee be ultimatum. a
Apopka, a
: : ,ap- in the pinches.
tee!, toxtaki\jfcfsonal supervision than has Mr. Magruder, and his frieds I'be tendered the chairman ,and secre- that a wide difference, of opinions-
For 'Jacksonville, starred
;the.matter t. as it would ;:come .be. STETSON WINS 'SECOND GAME. will be glad to react'this good showing the tary for the efficient and very able lets among the legislations as to for
putting decidedly
," up ,bestsgame ,manner in which they had conducted exact amount of such a tax was alst
the,.legulatare.Representatives Y of of his team mates. .
__ any the affairs of their respective offices.A
''' regarded as to campaign
The Stetson University team defeated
from Orlando took times the ball started
Many' was
motion to this effect was made and
of the 'interests.
,position.that the'dittrletoutaide the pride of Orange county, CITIZENSHIP AND SALOONS down ,the ,floor by Duval only to be unanimously carried. w
the Rollins College base ball Anotherfeature taken into 'conS!.
.Orlando had to fear from di- aggregation
more broken up by one of Hfllsborough'smen. The election of county solicitor
eration by those who have
yesterday afternoon in Win predictei
n than Orlando and that} Adams county, Ohio, last year, was then came up and Mr. L. G. Starbuek
a long standing discussion thk
ter Park. Score 6 to 4. over
ore they should take the initiaL very: much in the newspapers all over' Summing up the game we mightsay of Orlando and Mr. Geo. A. DeCottesof
class of legislation is the fact that 3
Each team has now two ,
;,and that Orlando would standto won the country. Hundreds of its citizens that Duval was hopelessly out. Sanford, were placed in nomina-
the discussion this
class of
.do her part in every,respect games and the tug of war will come were convicted of taking bribes for classed by her opponents. Hillsbor. tion. Mr. Starbuck received thirteen over leis.lation
is the fact that the
in the next which men who
will decide
\iJi:. amended motion was finally game their votes, ,and were ,Disfranchised i ough having won 14 games duringthe and 'Mr. DeCottes,. ten votes. Mr.
will be hardest hit
which team is entitled to the by an tax
whereby a committee of five gay in 'consequence. Large numbers of season, not having been defeated; Starbuck was declared the candidate
have been in the
feathers. Lovers of the past tar
National among
Col "Bradshaw and J. H Lee as: men came forward: voluntarily, con- scoring over five hundred points and for recommendation to the governorfor
1 largest contributors to
1I was proposed.' The motion game will watch the next event with fessed their bribe-taking, and threw the opponents less than two hundred. ; appointmentIt funds in the United States campaign
eel and the following 'names themselves on the mercy of the court. The lineup of Hillsboroughs High was decided to pay the expensesof
The Sentinel is hat Among these are a number of coa,
ready to toss its
added to the committee: Mr. this political clean-up of a corrupt School is as follows: all committeemen attending regular
tributors to both the Democratic and
,;H, ,Tilden, of'Oakland; Maj. J. 'B. to Rollins college. county attracted ,national attention, Lawry and Henderson, forwards; meetings coming from a distanceof Republican war chests.

eta, of 'Wekiwa; and M. 0.reet and lately a new phase*of the affair Conoley, center;' Sparkman-and Asp,I ten miles or more. When called
ORLANDO HAND LAUNDRY IS The following table has been
of Orlando.
has come to light guards. meetings were, held to select or fill
:. A: motion was made that the en- OPENED.The Duval High School: I showing the amount which ma/
the of to
Judge Blair, in whose court the an office, expense same was
,matter be placed in the hands new hand laundry at 11 East Lowenstein and..Tracy forwards i be collected from multi-millionairea
eases were brought up, has taken the ; be paid by the successful candidate.It
Pine street is ,now for business, most in business
this ,committee who should take open actively engaged and
Smith and Crawford
,- trouble to find out how the saloon is Marylou, center; was decided to prorate $250 of
,the'matter with each precinct and and is an inviting looking place, hay politics. In all cases the compilation
concerned in the matter. He'says I guards. the funds now .in the treasury backto
matters'in the best' ing the appearance of strict cleanli. has been made upon the basis adilI -
that in the first place, the localoptionvote the various candidates against .
for the ness. They are making a specialtyof > cated in the last income tax bill la
presentation of the I Ii started the' whole thing. The Work on the new railrod from whom the assessments for the last I :.
'family washings and guarantee fail in congress. This bill was intrt.
I moral sense of the county assterted Gardner to Crewsville is said to be'primary were made.
satisfaction. Everybody who has had iuced in 1912- for
and provided
a owe
The, ,meeting was characterized by itself against the saloons. Then itwent progressing nicely. Good, heavy steel After some discussion, of minor
knew, clearness of the issuean dealings with the Balarians have per cent tax on all ,incomes over
,- '- on to'revolt against the reign of rails are being, used for this work matterS, the committee adjourned to
utter freedom from found them, honest and honorable. $5,000 annually. The figures .used.ia
any sar. > bribery. Now, after the clean.up, with the expectation of making it a accept the invitation cf Mr. L G. -
: ,or bitter speech They are giving cash discounts as estimating the fortunes of the mem
statistics show that in,the town which permanent line, instead of a mere Starbuck to ,dine with him at the, San
;'It, was a pathetic picture to special rates on family washing and involved are regarded as conservative
-, had been longest without saloons only tramway for the convenience of the Juan hotelWEATHER .
men as ,Mr. G. W. Crawford, special attention,to this line of work. I I by those making the compilation
three of the lumber and turpentine interests.
cent voters disfranchised ,
per were
hat lived in the county 'fortyML They also do French dry cleaning and :
while in the last town to REPORT. ,rMr.
L pressing and cleaning of rugs. They
expel the saloon fifty-one cent The condition of M. Florida:=Generally'fair except rain .
per Henry 'Flagler
!E ,
: J. H. Lee, who has lived lathe i solicit a .share'of your patronage. i Ira D, Leach, of Petoskey, ,
I of the electors confessed to bribe- taking who injured his hip in a fall at his in north portion by Sunday night or
Du inty for thirty-eight years, rue Mich., who owns a nice winter hone
and were deprived of, their votes. home in Palm Beach over two weeks on .Monday.AT .
*address the meeting with deep DEATH, OF MRS. W. H. SMITH. in Concord Park, will, with his wife
..... In other words, where the, saloon ago, remains unchanged except that
of emotion -
eilinge .at the thought and daughter, start for the north to (lJ
was allowed to survive, citizenshipwas he shows weariness from the confine- THE LUCERNE THEATRE.,
illness of several
the old which After lingering
: county they had I morrow.' )Ir. Leach has been suck
'Iped'carry 'through the dark and months duration, Mrs. W. H. Smith, :imperiled. Over,half the votersin ment to his bed,*which has been 'eon.. The'Lucerne showed five, reels last a good friend to the Sentinel cat t) ._

: r days, of.its history being di.I wife of Marshal 'Smith, died at ,the tbe;saloon town -were _bad citizens, tinuous. night and the house was packed.') said so many kind and good thins

not fit to Detain their vote. Only that quite a, number could .not get
to' suit the. caprice...of a few family, 'residence on West Central one of it'and for it that we naturally fed

",,'comers, who' had axes,to grind. venue at '9 o'clock'JUt niplI' thirty-third of the voters in,the sa. Boys in Miami< smoke cigaretteswith seats. rKr., Magruder is fortunate, kindly toward him. The Weekly '

these men have represented the loonless town were.bad citizens; unfit' their parents' approval else,there getting good pictures ,and is. giving Sentinel will keep him posted on Orlando ,-

I to keep their jrote. These statisticsseem would be prosecutions of the persons very satisfactory entertainment. '
in the legislature, both at) these men object to .a division now,! affairs. ,

inty :officials, and have helped to movement that most certainly fore!. to prove their:.own moral, fits from whom they buy the,coin. nails.Miami ; .

business forward until it is one shadows ,hardship' and .calamity to a striking one. Metropolis., 'CoL C. :H. Fuller, ,C.B.'SmihjJ. G. ''Akam F. The twelfth annual meeting of tit 0

br;,tk best, organized andbe.tsan-, many citizen*! prosperous P.'Donelljand R. Miller, Florida Audubon,Society'wffl be' ;htV '

in the state.It is not strange that county., The .meeting of ',yesterday _Tea:per.'etafLoff on all linen and .Saturday. Eve POst aad Com- of'Mt Dora, were 'guettt at. the.:!Arcade , at Mait1nd.>on j .the 26th .:ofi ..JIiI
men:-object to a

,-' .1 'f :'"\ t if'f ,,; d' ). :;fi{. :' :> ,'Y f? :< ;: :{ ." : :'>':'. '-' ':!", ':; f, \ \.:: ::;" _'1. : :-f

"3.J* 3fr'iiiiiM

.-,-*:: :-*- -- ::." ... ' - y. - .. - .. '. -, '"

MF P- ; Qoi-ng-Out.: of Business


I.: .S E. :JESEEE.: Jeweler, Orange, Orlando : i iIIMillMHIIIIIIIIIilM


.:..i 'T.IIIII..I IdIIIi.-nn: ...........-

4: There is a growing feeling that water | | iinji

ieurs is a of good high.powered healthy drink speeding for | Lord & Bradshaw f fI Magnificent

We wish to announce to our friends, and the public generally, II
When a man is heard inquiring creditors the I that we have formed a partnership under the |I New Spring Suits
; "price of meat nowadays, his .
' ,begin to look at'him suspicious-' | above firm name, for a generalReal g:
: .5 ly.. 8 I .Estate and Insurance { f
As the desks have been taken out 5 and Dresses.
of congress, it looks,as if the mem. =| business and_are centrally located in a ground floor office at.No. k . .,
hen would be compelled to pull their I
b ? .feet on the floor. -17 S.Orange Avenue, (formerly occupied by Hamilton &Dunn
=5 tf
1 where will be to meet all old friends 1
Millinery), we pleased our
Many of the railroads are trying i
'stopping devices,but they don't seem .1 and to make new ones. fI SILKS AND SATINS, ALL COLORS, DRESS GOODSIN
to prevent the'price of their stocks 1 1I ALL THE LATEST PATTERNS FOR OLD AND
from going down.Those Our list of city and acreage property is surpassed' by none, *z YOUNG. WHITE CANVAS SHOES. THE DISPLAY

burglars who got $350,00 in and we have some exceptional bargains. COME AND SEE Us CONTAINS ACCURATE ILLUSTRATIONS OF THE
New York ought to be able to hire j i SEASONS BEST AND LATEST CREATIONS, AND
an apartment in a desirable neigh. :| Lord & Bradshaw \i IS WORTHY THE;ATTENTION OF EVERY ORLANDO
Tx orhood' that city for some monthsat WOMAN. CALL IN AND ACQUAINT YOURSELF

....__..........i1CBu!! : ,..;P.f.f AND THE REASONABLE PRICES.banner's .
While these are dry times at White
---- --- ----------
- --
-------- - -----
.. House,.any guest who brought along MtMIIMHHIIHIMIMIIMIIIMIMIIIHIIIHMMa .
a bottle in his pocket would brobably I I
: be given a tumbler to drink the stuff. 1913 lv: :odels

.f:a out of. New York

When the editor ridicules the semiannual '
( upset of house-cleaning, 'itt
may be that his wife failed to remove -
the tacks from the Bargain
fore he arrived home.

Money to loan on improved property. If You Would be Posted be a Daily Visitor to this Store
',; S. Y. Way. .
Ten per cent off on all;linen and TOMATO PLANTS FOR SALE
Four H. P. Models $200.00 I HIIIIIIIMMiimiillilBli
Lace at Hamilton & Dunn's.
One dollar per thousand in any J. B. McKAY, .
Seven H. P.Models, $250.00 ,
quantity desired. Purchasers must CONTRACTOR AND ELIJAH HAND :
Inspect Shanaibargert big stock of : do,their own pulling of plants. Better BUILDER.
+' JBicytie;tires. r O. E. :Eilpert: My packing house in Or- Superintend All Work. Funeral EmbalmerHand Directorand
\ : lando will be opened from the first Prices That Are an
,r Do you read the Sentinel? You ORLANDO, FLA. Agent for Orange County of May to June 10th and I will buy' Inducement.All Block, Pine St. Phone S3 \ \
should cultivate the habit. Your time / : all your,tomatoes. Work Guaranteed. i
will be well spent. iHlitllMMIIttMMIIMIIIIIIIIIiMIHMIIMtf S. J. SLIGH. iMIMIIIIIMtillllHUiiim .

-------------- .......---------.................................................-.l_________________........... .......-.a &__......
U4 -
," - .-' nil till
-- "

\ ... .

No. 3. North Orange Avenue ,, .. ... . Opposite San, Juan Hotel i
: /' .,
l' .



x Real Estate and Investment Company

;1 r it HENRY BENEDICT: ,, President \ I .

. ... .._ miMIIIIIIIIIMMI -
.. .... ; : ,
." .
.. \ ".







.' ;
; : ,
..,- .
.' '. t. ; : :
,' .



_. : : ,
2.LOTS' ON LIVINGSTON AVENUE,65 x 190 FEET,$450JH." ,;,yf:: -

c ; I : : Y- r )ffft- .
: , :'-
,, ,. -' .,, .'
> HMMHMIIHHIHt II' :> ':;' ''' :-:, : ,
-' <
.. .'
> '.- -.
..' '. .
L' : i

: .' < ." ,. .: .... : .

We: make inspections and reports showing.:value ahd condition, of.any propertyy


'* .3 :' .; '" 'I

/. !' .... (- 4I. .
., -
'h .a- t r' "

F; \ 5''i,1"; *1 xv > MUTILATED ; :; rkIT'S

: ;
t. ,SCI880RS COLUMN. A; pin .._ tiling,but when it sticks in your tire
"tt. 'In East Si.Louis.the votes it amounts to a good deal. Vulco- Homeseekers

.: :a' ,:emissary ejection coat'.$44 .each. Fiberine will stop pin.or nail panetores A FAIR PROPOSITIONTO
,That too adds to the cost of living.i .- instantly and prevent leaks. See .-
i ;,Albany Journal, It demonstrated at the Hyer Stable, OPPORTUNITY
corner Orange and Central evehues. ASSUME THAT YOU ARE
The. intemationaly famous Taft I
t mile has from the for and PRESENTS ITSELF AT CORNER, OF AMELIA AND .-
departed press Shannibarger's bicycles .
Trenton streets two and, up-to-date and
new modern
-;; pictures from Washington, but the nndries. '
... bungalows and a corner lot near Lake Dot will be sold
Bryan brand is good and expansive
together at too low to
prices mention
or separate here.
} obstitute.-Troy Standard Press. DID YOU BUY?
Prices and also my reason for selling will be given upon
,The correct pronunciation of the dealer I overheard say this a morning prominent to hardware a promi-- inspection of premises.. Cash or Terms. Fine opportunity Electrical Wireing and Motor Work
, 'name of the new provincial president nent citizen of Orlando, I could have for investment.. If not sold before May 1st,will be rented. *
bought land at $2.50 and $5.00 but
in Mexico is Wear.ta.' did not do it. CLARENCE P. SMITH I COMPANY
.. "Where-to" would not miss it far.OhahaBee. .- At the time he referred to I sold .
't for an Orlando man several hundred 1 ARCADE BUILDING
acres of land in Orange county for I
iLOO per.acre, the same land is now .
\ A scientist figures that the earth old in 10 and twenty acre tracts for -IIIMMilHIMIiiMimmilMMMtilllMllitlHMHLET 1 PHONE 280
it shrinking at,the rate of two inches! 130.00,per acre, and is cheap'at this

ayear., Mr. Morgan and Mr. Rocke I p irice.What were the Orlando people buyIng -, "JIM" DO ITIf 1
take notice Cleveland
feller, please at that time? Gold mining stock.'
leader. ,If.,.u had bought land, you could
figure your profit You knew some I
The profligacy of the coal trust in time'ago your profit on the mining have property to sell,
stock, without having to figure on it you
t living its laborers $4,009,000 .out of If you have not yet bought some I The Best is the Cheapest !
113,450,000 taken from tie public on Orlando or Orange county property, Let Jim do it.
the fact there is still opportunities for large
their account is excused by
i that the trust had to do it-New profits can, and sell I you can something show you.I that will If you want to buy t SO GET THE BEST OF t

York Wald nafce you money but your gold mining
stock will not bay it. Let Jim do it. I, Paints and Wall Paper
Call and
; for &at fourteen. see me.
We are sorry ,CARE JANSEN, City and Country Properties Farm I.
')'e&f..w girl who declares that she Office over Dickson Ives, Orange r
mutt five on $12,000 a year. Her Avenue, Orlando, Fla. Lands Groves and Tracts I THE 1912 WALL PAPER IN SAMPLES ;
The banks and the business of ,
lot is indeed sad.' Still the might eke men : ,
/ Orlando know me, if,you do not, ask LOOK AT THESE BARGAINS IS GRAND AND I WILL BE PLEASED
out her income by god:to work in a .
New York, shirt waist factory them.I Twenty acres, 10 acres of which is in bearing orange TO SHOW THEM. ALL YOU HAVE TO
'\ Sprinffield Union, grove, and balance of 10 acres in timberland, five-room DO IS TO TELEPHONE AND I WILL
cottage, located three miles from city,'price $3,000.00. BRING THE SAMPLE TO YOUR HOME.
t c..creu is now acted to investigate '- Twenty-five acres, 10 acres of bearing grove, 600
the "Mosquito Trust," a combi- IF ITS? ANYTHING IN trees, five-room house and barn, located on lake front, i

attta charged with :aiming to discourage DRUGS PHONE, four miles from city, price $4,000.00. GEO. A. BARKER PHONE 268 (
the private stety of the mos.qsite Thirty acres, 15 acres in grove, 1000 trees, 15 acres .
in its:relation io'disease Such of fine farm and vegetable land located on lake front, .
in investigation ought to be able to : DeLANEY DRUG four,and half miles from city, price $5,000.00. -
make ,a stinging reptrt Baltimore Forty acres of virgin pine timber land of fine fruit and
Amel4es (mmIIIHIIMIIMillMttlM vegetable land fronting on Lake Conway, four miles from
S 'I I'f city, price $2,000,00.Twenty HIGH GRADE R EASTER MILLINERY
SPBUL MEETING 3. BOARD OF QUICK DELIVERY. i acres of lake front land near city suitable for
f sub-division. Price $3,800.00.
;"i ftAIB matters will Watkfaf BuiJdin,. Forty-five acres, five acres in bearing orange grove,
Important small house and barn, located at Conway, five miles from .
<' 'come More the Board f Trade meet. rye I.I
city, price $1,500.00.Five .
fag eaBed:f or Monday night, the 24th with 10 per cent off on all
acres cottage near city, price $1,500.00
in the
fcut 740 secretary's rooms.The
Three and one-half acres with twelve-room house located .
.., attendance. of,members is deJ.N.BBADSIAWFres. y
near city, price $1,500.00. Linens and Laces
., Twenty acres with bearing grove of 300 trees, small I
'.t HYERS house and barn, price 2800.00 .
r?: G. E HOWAEB, **. : I

,c :.' 1.ATieNTIoN.o.- I II: MmfactaKf of..' Artificial. J.I E. CRAWFORDOFFICE OVER, ORANGE BLUE AVENUE DRUG
*LQWStTfcen Stone _Ftaey ColomM and
II Ornamental Work : HISSES HILTON & DUNN
'irffl, lie special work at the II. .
fir,..cflHnf of Oddfellows,Moniaf : Livingston, and Railroad I :
,4 aJfM'and all members and visit- I II I Agents for Barclay Corsets ..
bg fcvft wqpeetodto be present. '
.' It' *r lat>eetmg,. ,meetAw .-' ads. pay advertisers. .
WANTED-Clean rags at this office. (
t f r. .w. 'I

't ;nfi
f fi 1 r

i ".... ...:4.. .. : THINK IT OVER !IThe jt

t ; all-important question of Furniture. You'll readily admit that you =

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

to us, we will see that you get it. .

\ I


Reason Why Most

:Vs ; A Good Square Deal

6; People buy at Kincaid &;. Snow-:

Is what we all want for
) f x ..
f, den, 'is because they get an honest :. .
:': dollar's worth of merchandise for money* '..

:. You get one here. We
j every dollar they spend, they .
f in Stock Home
more Furnishings
are given a square ,deal 1 No
; i than any other two furniture

r false'promises, no reckless adver- ji iri ,
;' P houses the city r t

3z' Ii
,, .


; ,- ; ]

--, -
L y

+, Is Yours .1 )


it has never been attacked by the man with theHie

.. one we refer to means confidence, f .thand re i

f ft be conducted. Our trust is yours for the. asking. ,

This big building packed [with Furniture and {

:f< s

; .n. : 1 1.8DOWaen'

; :


E y Cor.' Main' and Pin!Streets| rb.

S < ,< '':""J't:""-,<. ,, :'. ':: _- ,;t. ':;;'L' '::'", : '".,

,,' ... .. -,' .,Y or-' ..'.-. .
J' '''; : .
TW"MORNING >> : r ,
; "D.Saiitb'Frk1a EASTER MOithliPlG' SUNDAYDIUSTNG3. _

-- =: 1
Sentinel .Today ought' .to'be,a glad day., It .. 0, Day of Rot ,and Gladness ..
v'. .i < AND,WALT is'a day'that signifies 1f life., 'Com: life would appear to be a very'dan '

*K. ing ,as it does at the'joyous spring gerous sea, and the, voyage thereon, EASTER JEWELRY
TSUBSdlPTION BATM : when all nature seems attuned , '
season very hazzardous, if we may judge by :
'-, to"the harpsi-chord of life it' the: number of wrecks strewn ,alongits .
THE DAILY- SENTINEL brings, renewed hope, and points the shores. More
'fcejear2x ......... ...\.......$5.00 vision of, life-life remarkably unsafe:; \
way' to a perhaps ,for' pleasure ,
crafts and AT
.ooo.o.o.- '
Months ...:... 2.50 immortal life. .
here and
private yachts and all and'fancy
firee Months .1.25 :
With pulpits banked in Easter lilies crafts that hoist
fail to
Ilr Week !.::..0 0........:... .1:0: and myrtlethe ,proper sail .
ever living
fragrant and carry proper ballast I know of
By Deft carrier In Orlando. 50 cento per human.soul at divine worship will no sadder object than a human wreck; B.V.Ns'
srutt.,Dally.and Sunday. find the approach easy to the new life and yet they are of daily occurrence. ,

'The Orlando Moraine Sentinel can be found offered by the Christ-the new-born I can look upon death with resignation .- ,
ale in Orlando at'trite A O'Neal'. Book Savior. when it brings release of a
Every man,. woman and child, who soul
happy from
S a dwarfed or disordered .
;5 S We will' appreciate prompt complaint if sits amidst holy surroundings this body; I can look upon a great THE BEAUTY AND FRESHNESS OF .j

'*Sverj is,not properly made by our earriertAdevrtfcing day and listens to words of hope- calamity, when it involves ,no stain I' ._ SPRINGTIME IS IN THE NEW JEWELRY .
rata will be famished on. ap- and anthems that, swell with mes- - -
of honor and no loss of character,with AND SILVER. FOR THE EASTER \
.cation sages of joy, all pointing to life eternal equinimity Content that the hand of I
high Providence is,in it and that good must I
br by mail, portate paid ........1.00
year their breasts and deeper .
possession of eventually come out of it; I can read DESIRABLE ARTICLES AT MODEST
5 :,rdrea THE SENTINEL Orlando Florida. .
'' Office lOT Court Street. Arcade Bufldlnr, seated/ better purpose will find an of great conflicts upon the field of battle PRICES. '4*' .. ,
rt.eM 24 abiding place in the soul. where the very atmosphere is .
.. The Sentinel comes to you this burdened by expiring'life,. and blood \
JOSIAH FERRIS. Proprietor. morning with an Easter greeting and flows freely, and I can pse from the S
Gl y -. points you to the beautiful houses of picture inspired by the heroism of .
SUNDAY, MARCH 23RD, 1913.Roosevelt's worship, where peace and happiness man. But I can not contemplate a WE ARE ALWAYS ON THE LOOKOUT .

'- awaits you. The godly men and human wreck, a wasted life, a lost FOR THINGS NOVEL IN LEATH
familiar word "De. women of Orlando invite you to come soul, a ruined man or woman, without

y 3fhtecT was the-password yesterday. and partake of the feast The spirit being heart and saddened intounspeakable ." : ... ER.PURSES, BAGS, FOBS AND SIMILAR
-o and the bride groom say came. The pity. ,
So many people clad, in their Sun- highest and holiest that is,within, you To think of youth with its bright j. ARTICLES ARE USUALLY FOUND

Jiy garments were in the city yester. says come. hopes and precious innocence{ love HERE WROUGHT FROM THE FINEST \

fey that a little girl enquired where "Come unto ,me all ye that are of truth and purity-of honor, of manhood SKINS-SOME AMERICAN AND SOME
Mae circus was. weary and heavy laden and I will and womanhood, of love and FOREIGN IN' ORIGIN.T.H.Evans '
; o give you rest." talent, of all goodly gifts of person I
As a remedy for the divorce evil 0 and graces of mind, of all sweet af-

(I why not cut the words "love," honor A MATTER OF CONSCIENCE.When fections and aspirations gone down-
and,obey," out of the marriage ceremony down into ruin and despair. I count
and insert the word "support. Congress meets on April 1 this the horror of all time.

..' o in extraordinary session to revise the> Yet, the ever shifting scenes of the Jeweler

From the appearance of many' new tariff ,tha question before that body time keep these views before us. By, ,
automobiles in the city, it might will ,be a moral one. It will be, "Is bold ventures the:ship is driven on the *
rightfully be taken that the people :it right to tax one man to benefit rock and when the parting of the OPPOSITE POST 'OFFICE \
of.this community are enjoying,prosterity. : another?" hull comes they find they have carried .

I' 1- : ., The tariff is.not primarily an ecdjiomic -: 'no life saving appliances and have
6'S tf 0 issue. Its economic aspectsare lost connection with the life saving

I If President Huerta could muster far-reaching and grave, but its station. They cry out in despair to

nto.his army those strikers in Akro moral aspects are far more important the God they have despised and for
who attacked the police, he would It is a"straight question right the first time, perhaps in their life
le able to make short work of the and wrong. are brought face to face with that

; 'lebels. What right have we to lay taxes never failing love that follows humanity SILK
0 0 for revenue the Government does not ever ready to administer to

There' is some class to that Ken- need simply to build up some man's his needs. sbyI
.< tackian who opposes the custom of business, What right have we to The devotees to self and sensuality, /w

:P' ,'olive in a drink., He says swell the. gains of, the Woolen Trust are the .most exposed persons to I 4 *///
'Bt crowds out other stuff which is of at.the' expense of the wearing quali- danger in all this world. Man must
**;: more the drinker. ties of the dress of the shopgirl.and be true if he would have woman pure. .
i:1: o the warmth of the blankets the Man must be godly if he would'have Day
What have to tax the boy god-like. :Man must stand
V. tf ,This is the harvest time for milliners poor? right we '
of the workingman : the heights of virtue where he
the clothing upon
and the husbands of the fair
a CDStomers are praying that their.r' order that Ohio voters may find it can view God's Sun, if he would keep and
land thatis the life stream and wholesome. : S
profitable to raise sheep on pure Ellw4ci1iwui
wives will be ,reasonable and buy a I
r 'ice- ninety-nine-cent hatNo not,, naturally adapted to success. Purity of life is demanded of every
o ful: sheep raising? man, and for very divergence from EveningWear
1 When the tariff revisors get to, purity, an indulgence in sin will require -
man is wise who makes personal work it will be the conscience:of the [ repayment with interest To the
:attacks, for personal, agrandizement nation that will be on trial. strong manhood of the country I make
ar. :,to ventilate personal prejudice. S __o 'my appeal. You who love. a":mother _
These are as blankets of gauze and
or a memory of a mother-you who
jeople look behind them. .. .
have induced ;
# I some good woman to ,
Yati,5 '
a ,By the vote of'the executive Committee join her life to yours; you who have
The Secretary's books, were at the yesterday to recommend L G. brought into ,this world a'sweet faced
committee meeting yesterday, but Mr. I.Starbuck the appointment.of So- girl for whom you would sacrifice

w lolly was not on deck. Only one licitor of Orange county, no committeeman your own life for her protection, destroy Our Personal Guarantee .
;. agitator.had the, hardihood to stick did violence to his conscienceor not her happiness, and endangernot i
t "p.' his head, but he floundered hope- the welfare of Orange county. Mr. the sweetness and purity of her Accompanies Every Pair
Ifcssly in the air. true life by unholy. conduct on your partIf
Starbuck is a splendid lawyer,a
a and you are now more fond of the dub
gentleman a highly respected
The constitution of the republic of' citizen. He will make a splendid of- than the home, let me remind you \
Texas was adopted seventy-seven ficer, and his appointment will meet that in the hour, of peril, in the hour
s 14 Sears ago today-and it wasn't a ,bad with general approval.Mr. of sadness and sickness, in the hour Marion B. Ives

$ document-even if William Jennings George A. DeCotes, who retires when the world ,grows dark and be .
t, Iryan had nothing to do with it. from office May 1,has been an efficient gins to slip from you, .you will long

o and honorable officer and many of his for that home-you' will reach out
.S The not divided had to the, for the, soft hand .and tender:: heart
: county was yester. friends hoped see recommendation -
Ay. But then'Sanford will go to the go 'to'him But Mr. Star- you have neglected, the young life MILLINERY PARLORS

: Hat again, but Holly always strikes buck defeated him in the committeeby you have robbed, and bitter self chas-

r out, Bates muffs, and Healey roots three votes. tizement will come to you. ,Go home .
oyo loud, and the steady old umpire Mr. DeCotes is made of the true tonight I pray you and take that little Second Floor .
at Tallahassee will call them all out material and took his defeat with no girl in your arms and kiss the roses

; *.'first pangs of bitterness and like the man on her cheek; gather to your ,bosom
..,.. u that, pledges his support to his that sweet thoughtful wife who has

1R. a, C. ABERNETHY RETIRES. successor. It is seldom that two better never deserted you and tell her you .
love her; kiss your old mother, if she It is sometimes entertaining, if
--. men enter political race and their THE H. H. P. STRAIGHT
relations will not 'I be living and tell her you are determined 1 not entirely satisfying or convincing,
With yesterday's.election of a new pleasant cease.
to be a dutiful son; if' she be to speculate as to where the dead are '
County Chairman there retired o For Sale at all Stores
was Cigar
.and where be
dead, kiss her memory, and under the they may eventually, private ranks of Democracy, POLITICAL SAGES EAT CROW but in the meantime while Orlando's Newest
holy influence of her lingering love, speculative Cigar Blade in Orlando.
- we of the ,most .inveterate'political i It is a source of satisfaction to
promise God that the home shall here- philosophy consumes a good
Havana and Florida
workers of Orange county. For fifteen know that the executive committee of after, be your club, and your family deal of our time, it is well to dwell Wrappers
years Dr. Abernethy directed the democratic party of Orange your dearest earthly companions, and for a few moments occasionally on Try One and Be Convinced

political affairs in this eounty.and county are free men, and refuse to let there will come into your soul a new the intensely practical proposition as '
J .ftat he was faithful and energetic self-styled boss tell them when HERMAN H.
any song and life will take on new mean. where are the living, now they'are FINDER MTg'r
aB will ,admit i to stand up and when to sit down. \Dg. living and what we can do to help
The. retirement of ,a wheel-horse. Politics can no longer: be worked on them to help themselves. Satisfactory 212 Sou th Orangea
y Me Dr. Abernethy means the step-' the principles of "Simon says thumbs APOPKA WILL HAVE NEWSPAPER grappling with these ,problems
l jfag aside of a wise counselor. But up, and Simon says thumbs down"This may possibly result in the better pre
4 Ae doctor did so of his own volition is the day when people rule,;and paration of everybody for that which
Md the committeemen will always no man can make nine pins of ,them Our neighbor, Apopka is to have a is Ho come whatever it may be.
t x, Tlhe his opinions, even though he by setting them up and knocking them newspaper, with Mr. T. M Byars, of:
u. longer leads This Alabama as editor and manager.
; theo down at will is clearly demon.
Y started every day. as political boss, Realizing. value of a newspaper
-f; JUST WATCH US.: after boss is being put out of business.So to a community, the Board of Trade
I of that ,little. city has organized a
unpopular has the boss movement
Mr. Jackson,of Lakeland, president grown that it is impossible to vote,,stock company and will put- in a
If. the State Hardware Association "my man Friday" any longer, and newspaper plant All the businessmen
while in Orlando yesterday praised fence straddlers are sliding down on agree to support it

b the City Beautiful, but added: "Lake. the,side ,of the people. ,Let no man Business men of Orlando, do you
Ind'is after-10\1. We have voted for deceive himself. An individual counts see the point J If you had no newspapers

700,000 of improvements. We i for nothing when the people stand up. here, your ,Board, of Trade
'Tfll/pave streets, put in a sewer system and declare themselves on any propo.. would be after one. What. are you

:' build a new school house, com.jlete sition. Men 'simply stultify them doing? Run over, the advertising
a new auditoriums beside getting selves before the public when they columns' ,of the Orlando papers and
'; a new tourist hotel" Mr. Jack. assume the, dictatorsiip of a free see if you find your name written
l ion was not boasting but simply resting people. The days of political thrall. there. Where- are you sending you
facts. dom, are gone and gone forever. Especially job'printing?- It takes advertising

; Orlando needs to get busy, They; is this true in America., the and job work to keep up a newspaper
lave been too contented ,for the past home of freedom and liberty. t office. Are you helping to keep up_

tfiree, years and,made practically nor This is a healthy condition of af. the newspapers of Orlando?

effort to keep up with the mar h. Orlando fairs, and when a county or state refuse
has the natural advantages to take their orders from one Did anybody ever see a genuine

P might lead the procession if.she would. man or a few men, that county or Irishman with a grouch-and especially -

'I Citizens of Orlando, 'what'are- you, go-, I state will. be found foremost,' in the on St. Patrick's Day? Tb
{ ,fc ,todoabout'it, ? march ,of progress. specimen is rarer than a dodo.
d '1 .
I ,i i

's ,of I

< , ,, > -. _' :h'- ,." .,, ..,' _. :- -.,- .. ...r.' ._'_'-. .., .. _,: 4;
*_ r-ro.1.-i.: ? -" _", :-: ::o'V: .' ; 1.or -'. ;;,>""' "Y-1... ..:to,- .., : ", ''," .
F ;':< : _,.

:' ......., "i" _ '. "'"

c 1 )
# .
We have a complete new line Now about your Easter Shoes.
of Spring Hats for Ladies and We have the best that money

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

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

buy, (but most of those who see profit we. can make on them.
,', them, buy.) No two hats alike, YOU WILL, RECOGNIZE THE
; 1 it Q VSI1t1; and all the shades and colors. EXTRA VALUES IN THEM

i Be sure to look them over before AS SOON AS YOU SEE THEM.

LA. ?)' YOU WILL FIND WHAT YOU WANT AND THAT OURS Men's Hats in all the latest We also have practically g

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

will come in and make
You will need some of these your 4P
. things for your Easter outfit. wants konwn, we will try our
Look fa hen before buyiig. best to satisfy you.

: 'i\\\\ -----

( << 1.\1 Ni g1 &&e1 Or1infa i


Ten per cent off.on all Linen and We do all kinds of Job printing.Try .j IMMHtll

Lace at Hamilton &: Dunn's. us on your next Job. !<

"'WADE Mrs. James,, Laughlin, third, Mrs. Mr. A.. L. Taveau, of Altamonte j I I . .
THE TUNER. M. J. Tabarham, Miss Ida Rosseter Springs, was in the city yesterday. 1!
,. ) Miss Virginia Badger and Mr. Leon Mr. W. L. Tilden and daughter,!I
\ z
i B. Fort, will motor to Daytona to- Miss, Grace, of Tildenville, were in::
;0 day to remain until Monday. the city yesterday. Yowell'sANNUAL

Mesdames Nell Cornell and Emma Little James Mabley Wade, the :
Read the advertisements and tell Newton. ,returned to their home in adopted son of Mr. and Mrs. C. E. ..
you: ,saw. it in the Sentinel., Rochester, N. Y., last evening after Wade, has returned from a visit to' ;: ,
.Mr. J.'H.,Beas of Winter Park was enjoying the scenery and climate of friends in Enterprise. : .

in,Orlando yesterday in attendance at our_ city for the past two'months. Hot cross buns. Hot cross buns. :

'the political meeting.Mr. |, The streets were so thronged with Rock's Bakery. :

t W. J., Cramer and son, Harry, people last night that in the business Mr. and Mrs. F. J. Coleman and : ,.
f of Longwood,"was'among the welcome i section of' Orange avenue it was an son, Francis, who have spent the :
callers at the ,Sentinel yesterday I effort to push through .the crowd on winter in Orlando, leave Monday for I I

.Mr. Isaac Vanderpool, one of the t the walks. In the street, automobileslined at .c::, Scuth Dakota. This was : .
'highly respected citizens of Maitland both sides of the street solid. their first visit, but they expect to :

was in'Orlando on business yesterday.I, Mr. W." M. Bradbury has returned return in the.fall. I '

':;Phone 514<< for: your Gasoline and t to his home in Bushnell l,III He spentthe A magnificent new power plant for I' Half-Price Remnent Sale L

oil' Prompt delivery past six weeks' .in' our: city and St. Petersburg Light and Power Com-]:
? ''Mills ,"w pleased with his. visit ,and will :
Mr. J, B.. one ,of Clarcol a's pany will'be erected in that city this
be, one of.! 'our regular visitors hereafter -
prosperous and wide-awake citizens, summer at an expenditure of something :

spent several 'hours in Orlando, yes.terday. :. between $125,000 and $150,000. : .
'" .
| Mr, and Mrs. J. Tyndall will leave
A nail in your inner tube may cause :
r :Capt. DeVedig and :-Mr., Robert Monday for their home in Spencer,' 1.00,a lot of trouble and expense. If : IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII.IIIII IIIIIIIIIIIII111111'1111111111111
Muella of Gotha were in 'Orlando South, Dakota: .They .have' spent ,a you. will use Vulco-Fiberine you will : i
'f yesterday atending the. utidivis oil most' delightful"';season at '212' East have no trouble with punctures of .
meeting. 'Robinson,avenue.: They: expect to return -: t
any kind.* See it demonstrated at j:
Hot cross buns. Hot 'cross, ,buna.Rock's r .* - -next.. 'season."*"-**y-.v --- '. ' the Hyer Stable, corner Orange and I: larch 25
Bakery. t|-sundries.Shannibarger/8. for.: -bicycles and Central avenues I Begins Tuesday

; ,Mr.,'D. B.: Sphaler of Taft, was 'in Two hundred and fifty members enjoyed I ,
Orlando yesterday in attendance upon\ Capt. Harry P. Leu,, one of the the annual board of trade ban :

tbe.mee.Uog.of: ,the democratic executive :rising young business men of Orlando, quet in St. Petersburg Saturday night :
' committee.. 1 1 who has been spending some time on when the new officers for' the year
the west coast business,' passed Closes Fonday March 31 ;
Orlando has caught the get together were installed. ,; ,
{ spirit, and ,the success of the entertainment -j through the city yesterday en,route to I Mr. and Mrs. Rudin arrived in

:J ''of the hardware friends his home. Captain Len has many|Orlando last night After spendingthe ., ,
,} yesterday is a'fruit of that spirit! i friends in Tampa, who ;always give' winter in Jacksonville. They are 11111111I111111' SI IlSISIlSISSI Sill III III I I IS I MtltlMI II I i I SIlO I III 551111 !
him cordial welcome. Trib- "
a -Sampa
: Miss Jennie Douglas left"yesterday visiting their cousin, Mrs. Samuel McIntosh -

for her home in' Bushnell, HL, une.Miss out at Lake View. They will
4 spending two_months,the city.after I, Amy Mann, formerly of De. return to their northern home, Dalton : ONE WEEK OF
will return again in the falL.. t Land, but ,residing in New York for Mass., next_ Monday. '
some 'years past, and who recently *
'''Mr.. J. Vr, Cramer and little eon, off Many Remedies have been offered
graduated, from St Luke's Training
Lortjwood, were in.the city yesterday for tire troubles, but none of them
School for nurses, spent two days lastweek.herefwith .
and called at'the Sentinel office. We equal Vulco-Fiberine for effectiveness '
her parents, and then ACTUAL MONEY SAVING
Pare always, triad, to see Mr. Cramer. I going to Orlando, where she has an and cheapness. See it demonstratedat
Major J. S. Simmons, the veteran engagement at the Orlando Sanitar- the Hyer Stable, corner Orange
? member 'of the ,democratic executive ium.-Volusia County Record. and Central avenues. 3t

committee,from Maitland was present Ten per cent off on all linen and i Mrs. Chas. F. Grannis surprised her '11111111 i 111111111111111111111'.. AT "111111111111111111111111'1111,11'
at the meeting yesterday and made
Lace at Hamilton & Du n'8. many friends in Orlando by coming in
the Sentinel office a pleasant calL I .
on,the train Friday from Bridgeport,
Charles Rock, one of the leading i
Money to loan on improved property.I .Conn. Mr. Grannis has been here several
business men of the'"city beautiful"was
S Y. Way. 1 : weeks looking after his extensive
here yesterday from The White Store
Mr-.Lafayette Pike, committeemanfrom by his. daughter, Miss Ber- grove property.This estimable couple Big
Bay Ridge, J. A. Barber and tha. Mr. Rock has not been in Tampafor always keep open house at their home
T. M. Arnold, of Conway 'and J. F. some time, and he was greatly on West street and their arrival in

;:Harris,of Pine Castle were in attendance surprised at the 'growth of 'the city, Orlando is always'bailed} with genuine

at the political meeting and were but insisted that Orlando was the best delight Where Your Dollars Do Double
pleasant callers at the Sentinel office. place on earth. 'He has been a resident -

Mr. and Mrs. Chas. 'R Shellhouse I .of that city,for many years, and One-Story Apartment Houses. .

left last evening for their home in is recognized as ont of Orange coun Apartment houses only one story Duty

'Indianapolis, Ind., after spending ty's noted boosters.-Tampa Tribune. high have been evolved by an archi.

winter months with: Miss Mattie McKee Ten per cent off on all linen and tect of Sierra Madre, California, after
; 413 Main street south. Lace at Hamilton & Dunn's. the Spanish mission style. The cot IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII'IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII III.IIII 1111I1 '
I tages or apartments are built on the .
F :
north and west sides of a town block .
milillilllllilMMIIHMHtltlMMilMIHIMIMMMREASON leaving the south and east,sides open TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY. I .

for the sun to reach each cottage and For Rent-Furnished large ,.airy t
allow the residents an outlook of a rooms for house-keeping.' Close
r green terraced .lawn. Designed for in, 312 N. Main street Rent reason- Easter I
Specials :
NO small families, each apartment con. able. 4t '

slats of only three rooms with an
I entrance loggia, which can be used fora For Sale-I corner lot, six room AT
sleeping porch or sitting room. house, 1350.00, if taken before April i
While they all join in'one long rambling 209 West Pine.
Why ,.. riaiH :Cettfawe to wear theseheavy : McCULLOCH'SDEPARTMENT
dew ferin tkfe bet weather whet ,, structure, th. individual apartments ': -
are so cleverly constructed that For Rent-Six room house ,$10.00
'we tx wIth me of otr fight
jw 9
less than cottage month, also furnished ,rooms
they give no privacy a per
i wifefct Sefftfl. Woel Crashes or Mehair two 209 Pine. ,
in a well-built-up neighborhood.Each cheap. WesV STOREOPPOSITE
PMM SfMLTfceae ownwelldefinedbit
family has its
: tree' Red IWig IB SOUMT Ctetkiif of garden and walk, which merge WANTED-Teamster, several week POST OFFICE :
:'ivfm ire.eftebff exaptioMly GoodYata&tt&M harmoniously into the larger lawn. work hauling oranges, good wages, .

$ ue. .18.... The entrance to the*grounds and Inquire Orlando,at Florida.103 E.A.Robinson A. Gould.avenue, Laces Embroideries Shirt Waists

Hetwe'Qeia q.U yn earl to fiy !core.L cottages is a very beautiful arched :)

doorway which leads directly to the To Rent-fit 308 West street,' ten Kimonos Ribbons Underwear
pergola in the center of the grounds rooms more or lesS: Hot and cold Hosiery, -

This pergola is for the joint use of water, electric lights. Large gardenof Shirts Collars Ties
CRU&&S&& N the residents. Green, foliage will fruit H. W. HOWARD. ,: etc.,

:l until.s eventually sufficiently cover this matured,structure, ,palm but NTED-Old Minion resflvered, Lowest. possible prices all the time.

THE MEN'S OUTFITTERS fronds have been utilized for shelter making them'as good as'new.', New
3 ones made to order by,the latest im-
-. ': ._",Or,HAIT, 9CHAFFNIR A.MARXCMHfflNG from the sun. proved French process ,. and damp CALL and BE CONVINCED
i 1; ..h"<,, --' Y proof backing put on them;, ,Send
-:' postal, name and address,to H. A.
i \ J""_ ' _' . ._. t Inspect Shannibarger's big stock of Royston, and I will call and take ypor .
Bicycle _tires tf I[order.: Mar22-lm .J' -- -
I -
'4. !:
( 4 :
W {'R,. ': ', ," ",_-oo- '. :' '_'-''_' : ,," "
:':!'!' _"' __ t" ,: ..,,; '=": x

.;'' :-"_ 'f.i:( ' ' '"' '.'.. 1.. ,-.' ",''.' .. ' ' ' ":
: '', !; < ; ,.' : :
-i ; $--', ,>: ; : f"\ : '
i ; :
(: :.eA : :: : ''' ", :, .. .

f<-..,,,,, ,,,:;" ..." {'- < j ,, ..
,( .
4-, -k
= ,
' ' '
- i ,AOLLINf3- ..;.COLLEGE: .BUSINESS, :CLASSIFIED,BOOSTERS: NOTICE(man and-wife Experienced), want'the managers management fll tllhiiIti $titittsifttsistssssttOstssststsft:.:: ;; ;;;;;;;:;;:#

\ ; Holy,week:was observed, M usual, 'Business Boosters (classified advertisements of a European hotel on salary, :
the:eogege,'_the scripture, lessons; "r at ) received;''after;;10 'o'dO<<; or would rent good place. 'Address,
. darning prayers: covering" the life:of midnight, will be'run in the "Too Lateto Hotel, P.O.-Box 672, Orlando' Fla. 3t
classify!' column..
Lord daring the corresponding
E our : Boosters of five lines, or less-approximately FOR SALE-New seven-room house
days of the week"prior to His;resnrrection 'SO words-one time, '25 ,with all modern conveniences. E.
; and"the hymns being suitable cents; three times 50 cents; one week H. Gore, 409 Anderson St 7t
to the'several lessons. It is expected (six daily and one weekly editions) WANTED-To buy second hand fur 1 10,000 Buick Users
UO ymonth, 300.
$ ,
; on '
that :next year.Hayden's Passion 9 niture. 209 W Pine St It ;
'Music;;wfll be, given on ,Good Friday !TO LET-Four room house in Concord IIil II
-:= .by,the college chorus, accompanied by Park. Rent' low, Apply to J. L.
; ., Frost, West Amelia Ave. 4t III
the orchestra, piano and great organMuch I

,,attention 'is always bestowed FOR SALE-Corner property close WELCOME TO Every One a BUICK BOOSTER !
'upon the chapel'exercises' at Rollins, in. East of railroad. House of 1.1

in,the,effort to make them Interesting eight rooms and bath; modern con ROYAL PALM
veniences. Twelve fruit trees on i
-' .
and religiously impressive.A the lot A bargain at $4,000.00.
.'two-months Review Course for Address, "Owner," P. 0. Box, No. BARBER SHOP I,
225, City. 6t
Teachers will be given this year as I''
heretofore, J>beginning April 2, and FOR ,SALE-Small seedling orange Modem and Complete. .

continuing. to Commencement ,Day, trees in any quantity at five cents I
,May 29. each. G. T. HULL, Everything new, ,individual 1'1

.The object of this to fur.nish Pine Castle road.. electric attachments at every DDDeu
chair. No stone has'been left
review all the
an opportunity to,
FOR SALE-House and lot, south make
unturned to this shop
studies requIred"'for first and second side of Lake Eola,corner Washington ' I:
:grade .certificates, and to provide and East street five blocks east meet th erequirements of, the I
the of court house. ,Two stories semi- most particular. Plenty of
demonstration and drill in mosteffective ctc zaM
: log house, living room, dining room, room. Courteous attendants. :
and approved methods ofteaching. pantry and kitchen first floor, four .
f, The textbooks used ,will be large airy bed rooms and bath on ELIJAH WHITEHEAD, .
those' th? State'Board ojEducation. second floor. One of the handsomest Proprietor. : .
,k993e3. in the best location in
.' Orlando, : 16-23. Orange Ave, - Orlando Fla. :. .
l ttiu W kina will be in charge of .
thC w,'as before, and Mrs. C. K. FOR. RENT-Rooms for light house- II There is a certain prestige that owning your own
209 W. Pine St It I
keeping close ,
.Abbott,- of Daytona. one of the best .1 .
motor car gives you in your community. '
,and most efficient teachers in Florida FOR SALE-Good Horse Carriage I ::
'wfll*be her principal assistant and Harness. For work on driv- i .
"Teachers in the public schools of ing. Apply to Wm. Halloway, Win- TUf OAKlAND I' There is a certain satisfaction in knowing you
ter Park, Fla. 12t .
a Florida', properly certified as such by own a car that Will take you anywhere and bring .
County Superintendents or Principals, BUY a lot in Thornton Park, a nice '
will be given free tuition and roOm suburb in east part of the. city. Carl : you back. It is this quality of dependability which
Board the Jensen., THE CAR I
rent for this course. in has put 110,000 Bnicks on the road, and it is this...
college dinig hall willbe; charged for FOR SALE-40 acres of fine'land in "
at the rate of three and a half dollars: Volusia County near station and THAT EVERYBODY same, quality of dependability which has made
: / fine lake; $500., Terms. Ji B. McKay,
% week; The of the Col
per privilege '
city.' TAW 1 every one of those 110,000 Buick users a Buick
flegeand.'a ademy classes and all social FOUND-ThAt the Sentinel reachesthe .

and educational advantages- which people and is read. ABOUT I booster.:: <.,
i ,Rollins offers will be open without

,charge to those taking this Teacher's i FOR, house SALE on'railroad--BH acres only with few five-room hundred ASK FOR BEHeNSTUnON The Buick overhead; valve motor has more power = ,',
',Course. Inquiries may be addressed': feet from stopping! place. Plenty of
to President William Fremont Black-! shade and small shrubbery. Ten to per cubic inch of piston displacement than any

Ph.D., LL.D.. or Miss Eva Wil. twelve bearing orange spears SEE .
man; .
and :other small fruits. Good hunt- other type of motor ever built. It costs us more -
kins, Winter,Park, Florida.A ing and fishing, and especially suitedto t
.fine tennis court, for the exclusive those who come'to Florida for the MAGRUDEROscar : :' to make it but costs you less to run it. -
use,of the young ladies of Clover. winter and like the country life with ;;r. '
P. Perkins, 1 ,
to town. J.
leaf Cottage,,is ,now being installed, easy Orlando:access, Fla. General, Delivery. '

< and will soon be ready' for use. Some 'ROADSTERsAND_ TOURING CARS, $950 TO $1650, F. 0. B.
two hundred :dollars were raised by OAK HILL is the beautiful subdivision
the ,ladies themselves In their to Northeast of the city andI ORLANDO. Catalogue on Request.
young; still have'IOme choice lots there. Hand
home .towns, and among the citizens Carl Jensen.
,and:tourists ,at Winter Park, for this
purpose, Miss Enid Broward, of Jacksonville WANTED-To rent for one year or & Son .
more eight room house, centrally I
Miss MarlCorre of Ormond
located. M. C. Broome,'Orlando, Fla. Successors, to E. Hand
Mist Kathleen Hill of Maitland and Box 673. ,lw 15-22 I Cook Automobile Co.
Miss Celia Baldwin of Archer;Florida
having :been:'specially active in this WANTED-By experienced man. Position
u floral and landscape gardener PLETE HOUSE FURNISHINGS i
work. There is good'deal of interest Orlando Florida
,: a the ,taking care of gentleman's ,
,, %tennis among ,both the young places: during summer, or permanent, P t
' men and'young women,' the former not for a home, would live on place
if so desired, or as janitor of public
resenting hating. recently the 'University beaten,the of team Florida rep. bufldings.Philip' Strictly Bunn, Orlando temperate., Fla7t Address *t :, ::::: ::::: : ; : :::: :::: :: :::: :

and a eem1-professional team,by largen& .

F. ')toDiu'Is'eapedaUy.fortunate in its LIGHT THE

location on beautiful Lake I Virginia, ,-, ? N.
which connects with several other _

lakes,'and in laving a flotilla of row. N PATH TO PROSPERITY

boats and canoes for the use of teach- l

ers and pupils. Swimming is also

ft ,favorite and very wholesome pas- Merchants who use Electric Signs never lose
time; the young ladies as well as the
their the road to
way by choosing wrong suc-
'Ben being encouraged to learn this I
fine art A safe beach of sand is set cess. You simply cannot fail to attract new i
.. apart. for"the use of the young, ,women' customers if you use an Electric Sign. It acts
on the sheltered,shore of Lake Virginia Shoe'womenEaster '
like an irresistible magnet, drawing all the
opposite the campus
Under the management' of, Arthur trade within its reach: That is the reason <

Stoddard Cooley, Ph.D., of Harvard fc they command the attention of buyers.
/Professor and 1'L.Hi
University : -
ram:Powers and proposing to conduct I
For Store OwnerNo
a,party to Europe during the coming Every

. summer. Professor Powers, grandsonof
distinguished' ,sculptor' was !: matter how small his business, the Electric -

born in. 'Florence,,Italy, and Was educated Sign is the cheapest and most effective
k in Italy, and Germany, and is a
f Gaduate of the University of Mich. advertising. i i

igan,and speaks fluently Trench, Ger- Phone for'our Sign Designer to call and submit . r

man ,:and Italian. ,Mrs; Powers has 'a sketch.
traveled in the Orient and in Europe ;
No Trouble to Us No You. r
she completed her education in Cor. A-c - Expense to

.4' neD and Michigan Universities. Par-

ticular attention Win be paid to languages .

21 C
i. will.sail from New York on June ; MEDIOCRITY IN DRESS IS NOT TO BE CONSIDERED ; CO. i! >>
will stop at the Azores and Algiers; ii
Rill visit Rome for-
Naples, Capri, I :vi
Venice Milan the Italian Lakes COOK WITH
cues '
of the of
Italy; many Germany,
the Rhine, Holland, Paris, London.,Oxford -
and .other English towns; and "

'wfll Among arrive the''in former Montreal and September present stu.1. :We Announce the Arrival of the Season's' Most' ..........'...I.. .....t... tttt...,....,.............;,

dents of Rollins who will be included Famous Styles

in:the'party are Miss Eda Brewer of Millet oe[ m West Church[ Sf.

Cortiand, N. Y., Miss, Lucy Clark 'of :

Chattanooga, Terra., and Miss ;Lesley '. . Faster Favorztsf ,,
Donaldson of Chicago. ,
At the Orange County Fair recent. TO FORMER CUSTOMERS OF THIS
ly held at Orlando, forty-three prizes STORE: WE BEG TO STATE ''THAT'WE
thI tytiojn Art and eleven in MetalWork 1 .

the Art department Miss "ribneri.Arl GIBSON ,AND CHRISTY' TIES CALL AND SEE OUR LINE'OF'GOODS,


K1 (18) prizes for.,painting from ,life,I $3.00, ..$3.50 :. SUPPLYsiGNTLEA"i 1M
.t landscape painting, designing, etc
Among the students Miss Kathleen

Hill carried off, eight pries,:Mr. How. $4.00COMPANY r

and Lindsay. ,two, and ;Miss Lucy Clarl I.

"_, Miss cocks" Andrena and',Miss, Clark Sadie, Miss Pellerin Aliv\ }oneach. a !\ 11 [ f "

.*. .. ..... ..
f ., -,,..: -;. -
Inthe"metal, work; Miss Elizabetl]I I' IIIIIIII IIIIIIIMIIIIIIMIIM
r. Meriwether, teacher, ,Miss .Mabel Allen -, .. -. ; : .r
c and Miss'Katharine Bonnell wen --

. ,'all successful' _.. .. -,'''in.:gaining.' ., premium
t : *;.
,': for vaats' ;trayt, ,:paper< of.Jrafoa<_'':,a,,,-*:'


'.... ,. : l .
., -
" If > 4 .i
.tt : 2i
; < *" "** *" .

-, ,,,,,,, ., ... ., ... ... - .- ... . J
:\iiJ """ : : :> < ;i' '-i ;:', :' -:<. ::: :" : ; ; : -' - .
' : lI'PIJISiOf'WP( : -Y MlillimMllllllllliilittlllllillllMMIifllMMMIMIIMIIiiilllll- ., .- tltlltlHIS .
: .\ ,
' '' h :
\ : _. ,
r: \-i.J. ", JIe ..i t ,

X, ; ;j't'f -M.- ..... Bii&STBI. 'TIKS ,

"" /Anthem, -H&n,.Holy Cross' -," .
3.- ,-Lorenze: JEWELRYf
.,,Kale" Quattet,"For Resurrection"- ALMOST,HERE'AND IF YOU NEED,ANYTHING IN

f J.E.. Wray Pastor.Sunday . ; ". HATS AND, SHOES, ALSO LADIES READY TO WEAR .
t .School at 9:45.. C.. E.;,How. ; Money Invested_ With Us Is
4 :aid, superintendent v ,'-,'.' :/ -IHt:&ES OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS COME-TO.B. 8A1O- Profitably Spent. Give Us the
.' Preaching by the Pastor at 1100. : :t ,,':-,{ ,MON SATISFAcTIoN GUARANTEED OR MONEY Opportunity of Being the SourceOf

Subject, "The Resurrection, of :Jesus REFUNDED.. Your Supply.
Christ, the.Best Proved Fact in,His You Cannot Judge Ue Unless r
tory." Music: Anthem and_ Male Quar- You See What We Have, and
tett We are Always Glad To Show
Epworth League at 6:30. H. A. Salomon
Hoffner, president You.You
Cannot Judge Us Unless
Sacred Concert at.7:30.Organ .
;. /' Make, or Need.Anything In,Our
Prelude Wagner.
Line, We Are Sure
-- We Can
,. Hymn Chorus "By the Way of Sorrow," \ Anything, We Are Just As Glad

?tf Male Schenecker.Quartette "Silent Night," Nevin. TORLANDO ANY' To Store.Have You Come Into Our

'I' "My"By.,necker.Babylons Faith Looks,Waves Up,"to Gounod.Thee," Sche- O BANK a TRUST COMf .. OUR PROMPT, REPAIR AND WORK ACCUR-IS

"Lovely Appear" (Redemption) Gou- I IS
t nod Capital art Sttrpks and Urtivtted Profits $12tMMt. GUARANTEED.Allen .

,Solo, "The.'Resurrection,." ,Shelley, A... Total Resources over Tbree-tHariers of a Milta. U R
'P.: Curry. ] ,
Ofrerrtory;Nocturne in E flat, Chopin Report of the Condition of Orlando
Male Quartette, "Still With Thee," & Co.
-'Nevin. ,; : Bank and Trust Co, Condensed>>

Lord Vouchsafe (Stabot Mata) Rossini From Report to Comptroller >> -

.. ,. Feb. 4,1913RESOURCES JEWELERS '
'Benediction. .

Organ Postlude, Fugue' in D Minor, ,, .. .<. Loans and,Discounts ....$393,161.05 .

Rink. Overdarfts .............. 19153 Orlando, Florida
Soloists-Mrs. W. L. Palmer, Mr. R Stocks and Bonds ........- 26,018.33
R. Waldron, Mr. ,A. P. Curry. fi Real Estate, Furniture and

Director-A. P.,Curry. .4 Fixtures ... .......... 25,853.44
Organist-C. E.,Wade. t 4 :i Cash,on hand and in Banks 215,084.83
Midweek Prayer Meeting, Wednes-

day, 7:30 p. m.Everybody $660,3108
invited Strangers especially r LIABILITIES THE NtW CASH STORE T

welcome. 4 Capital Stock ...........100000.00
tFMM M"'" Surplus! and Undivided
Cathedral,Church',Of St. Luke. : Profits ... ........... 22,832.33 ,
Services for Easter. Deposits ... ............, 637,4185 Cor. South and Hughey Sts.
7:30, Celebration of Holy Communion. .. i

;10:30 Morning. prayer.. 4e:: $660,311.18 WE BUY FOR CASH AND, SELL FOR CASH. WE a
11:00 Sermon and Celebration. I We invite the attention of our customers ; KEEP'OUR EXPENSES,DOWN AND CONSE-
'3:30 Children's Easter Service. and friends to our statement QUENTLY CAN KEEP OUR PRICES DOWN r
4:30, Knights Templar Service. above and wish to assure them thatwe
appreciate their patronage and I Our Prone No. is

a, Catholic Church. -, t M ask for a continuance.of",same.
Two masses. + t s' Don't forget that.our deposits are And an Order will Have Prompt Attention, and will be
insured. Delivered'to Any Part of the City., '
Low mass.7.o'dock. ?
High'mass and sermon, 10 o'clock. A,cordial invitation. is extended to I
t Benediction,''7:30: p. .nuRev. visitors in our city to call and open D. B. RAYBON, Proprietor ORLANDO, FLA. '

8.'X.. Sherer, of Buffalo, N. Y., tolled Slates foveraaent..State and County Depository; an,account: with us.
''Vfll preach the, er non. L J

Kyrie. Gloria, .SarictusBene4i rr_JO.. ,orI '11 llimiiMimiMllililMMIMHIIMillilllMHIIIIThe
and Agnus.: Der by Theodors de la -
:Hache Credo, Paoletti. _. '

k Regina Race Dres Cocli, Bordese., Werner. W. M. SLEMONS Rb\llSIAI\ [ rOR 8Al

I!: First, Baptist,Church. -
Rev. Dr. Adeock, of. Tallahassee,
will preach .both morning a.nd. even trend of Orlando's Growth is

,ing.Morning service at 11. Northeast. Lewter's Addition! and

Evening, service' .at 7:30.' Our New Spring Stock is Coming InAnd Sunshine Park are there; Near' by .
Sunday 9:30 a. m.,Otto :
Link, superintendent 11- is Paradise Hill. Let me, show you
we will offer to you a Choice Selection of High Class Goods
R.Y.P.U.at6:30.p.m. . . ..IN DRY GOODS,_ALL,THE STAPLE AND USEFUL ., ." r-
is cordially especially -
Everyone' . GOODS aswell, as'FANCY, SILKS,'and FINE DRESS GOODS,
tr nger \ HOSIERY IN SILK. LISLE AND COTTON, and the Many,Accessories -
Monday afternoon at'3:15, the La
that Women .Use. IF. A. Lewter
,dies' Missionary;,Society will meetand '
members are urged to be present .

'. Bargains. Six Days in Every WeekWe t i ''MlttliillllMliltllimilMMMHIItiM

.Uikj.Chapel carry all the:time,a large.stock of SHOES of the best .
Unity Chapel corner Central avenue makes and newest styles. KING QUALITY MEN'S SHOES. MRS. JARIEY'S .- {
ad West street. Rev. Eleanor E. CRADDOCK .TERRY'S WOMEN'S SHOES AND CHILD- -
Gordon minister' REN'S SHOES.
',Easter Service Sunday morning at MARKET "j-,'.',Y fAMOUS, M WORKS(
v 11 o'clock. Subject of sermon, "The, SCHLOSS'BROS. FINE SUITS .FOR,MEN at'$15.00,120. L RAND
'Eternal Hope." $25.00 and 30.00 are unsurpassed for STYLE FIT AND .: THE

Subject J of Sunday School lesson, I ,. QUALITY. i 3
PLEASE yOU.i'. '
Chrittafclphiaa .

Memorial Service'10:30 a. m. Role insSliQo1 of Expression
,Lecture, 7:30 p. m. Subject "Isra
el's Return to the Land of Promise.'" W. M. :SLEMONS LYMAN'GYMNASIUM *
Cbristadelphian:Hall, Davis &'Me t
HelD Block.
A',cordial welcome to all. MONDAY MARCH 24TH, 3:30 P..M.
Preabyteriai Church' The European Powers feel,that it is .
Sunday'School,'9:45, W, R. O'Neal, impossible to grant the Balkan allies' & HILL
superintendent demands, since they went ,to.yar.for
Business Men's?Bibile Class, 9:30 humanitarian reasons. Tke Famous, Musical Extravapiza .
Dr'8. MUM Robinson,teacher' I NEWS AGENTS
Preaching service,,1F o'clock. Rev I They are already urging,Secretary I
J. S.'McKinnon'will preach in the abM&ee Bryan to take a'Sunday School class, Souvenir i i
Orlando Stationery and CurioStorei@NDER' ,
of the pastor;,Dr. J. W. Stagg. although just before Christmas is re- t <
Christain Endeavor 6:30. garded as the' most favorable time f H,VIST. CHUBCH gTKECT !
:Preaching'services at 7:30 by Rev. for anything of this kind. _

J. McKinnon., .- 'Y .- .
After celebrating;the centenary of: '

Immanuel'Baptist church preach- Livingstone, ,the explorer, some 'ad.' AIER, ARMSTRONG ,
ing at the Grand Theatre Prayer service venturous, people will follow'in his "THE PRODUCTION
on Wednesday'' evening at 7:30 footsteps by\exploring the roads not l I PICTURE FRAMER of Orlando BEAUTIFUL"t
at the home of Mrs. Cook, on Orange shown in the Automobile,Blue Book..
avenue north. Music" by orchestra. !. ,, -- PINe.-.- -STREeT' 125 WelI4iownPeopleintiaCast, 125 :

The public invited to,all The women say they, can't keep .\
hatpins. Their --- .
their hats on without #
The state'horticultural society meetsin i mothers kept'them on with ribbons lethargy is to keep abreast of the Twenty-four complete house plans WATCI- fot'IT' t WAIT FM IT .
DeLand'this'year, April Ie. Pleasant tied,under the ehfo, and they never times; The"surest'way for a carpenter and twenty-four'copies given during ) "
memories an held in Miami" oi scratched any'eyes out either. to do this is to subscribe for The the year. Fred T IIOQ..Ia the editor Lucerne .Theatre 1st I
the personnel\,of,I this I:society which l National BvBdet. It' is 'up to the 'of The National BaiMer.. 30,000carpenter April. ] .2. .
held its "1912 meeting here and The I CARPENTERS AND BUILDERS. minute, and cothe_ building field and, builders take The
Metropolis would"urge that_all Dade I ATTENTIONThe In detail, It is a school of instruction National Beater. Why?' Because ;; '- ,f',.
who' interested ii t Progressive carpenter not sand -, it delivers ,the goods. Call or write
; county people are that is a'pleasure to pursue. It is a ,=
f "' forwarding" the horticultural. I days'is ''that'draws the moneyabove magnirm'for,the carpenter:and buflder for;sample copy. H. C. Chadwick,

L'- ,floral attractions of.Ffcrida should end .-, ,' ,the minimum:'scale.' ,Almost! _.,* a4'i'sgeeial.. e4I.GG.Qt: two I Cav Ccep u ds cW1ri ;'&aI Eat' I Ilt i 1m' .firure RoorJOOh Prinf'\ : -:
.. ,Jeawr to Attend Oe:Deltnd ,meeting wy mart eau to,.dra* at'Ws,trade! years :is given .at the pr sent''time.i Oftee 17 Church St;Orlando. ft .
: '-: Metropolis.. and ,the.'only;way to, get,out- :of. ;Kit..!.!"' '"f"y J *, ;
't- ', '
.. '-

; ;' : ; i. ,

' ':" '' "" ,, "'..'_- }; '' .' : " : :: '' -.,,, ':,,:, -: '-. '' '''" .., .' ' r.'t' .-' '
;; : '; ' .
'-'""' i' N'' = ", "> : ' : :'''' ,,. -, .,,_.,. ,, ,, -, .-c'_.. .- "; >.: ,,:> ,
,- J' ; : ; ::

,::;; ;" ': : ,: >>.i--:,:;:, !:? : :!.;.:";\ ': ,: : ;., 1:; ..\. :::?," } + '( : ,::; "

:. ." .

., _.' ',> "'h_ ..r'i"''' .,'- .. '.. . ., '. ---, . -. -. .".. ---. .. --. '.
IHMIIIIIMIII. . ,Mlllll. .. STORMS. THE CUT --, .. -- - ..
< ': '* ,., .
n ; 1" '.' '.. -- - -, --
s . ; ; ,Natitttl .Retaflen 'Hardware ASM.da I
Louis .: Pre 4at '
h : a86ey, f M' Vi M Orlando "
About seventy-five automobiles :.' J-r : r r .
T...nek* Widow, vice ba... '8.'Wo. . ,'How. *,. .Crier .tR
t ,Bovari,C r Bakeoek, jbat- 'CuUer 'Santoel A:Newell,'Ant CuUcr1 went to Winter Park yesterday' morn. .
lag and_met one hundred and ninety'

five':people representing the NorthWestern ., ...,' <. :.; -;-. .

section ,of the National Association . : ;<,. . ;
THE ', ;'c'.,, '.. .
and whirled them'around

"" through that;pretty little city and
then:brought them ,to Orlando and let .
them have a glimpse of the "City

.SmATE.BAN" Beautiful" and .it 'was a great source .. s ,::.- A
of satisfaction to hear the experssions -
of cnthutiasm.over: the "joy ride" and : rro-D4"Y' : .
thEir declared admiration of the
of Orlando ' and'the many spark ,

.. d'l lir.g lakes of this vicinity. They had

.: : ;.:A. ;' their first taste of real Florida as Is the best time to open your '

they came into Orange county and for
: ESTAkN1 '1893 viewed the 'golden fruit and breathedthe account, arrange your i
;. : .
; fragrance of the blossoms.
orange difficulties, or talk over your :
They were greeted by real Florida t S "

, THIS ,
the groves and bloom.
'bl experience banking in thisyf among orange Bank in this
S years ing :magnolias, while the mockingbirds .. vicinity. .

section:ot-! 'Florid It ,offers its services to all wishing piped their sweetest and all You will find inter
nature seemed to smile and waive a us
to '.transact business with a bank carefully ,conducted glad welcome, and they smiled back. ested in anything that is your

,'oa.conservative banking, principles., The party arrived In Orlando about welfare. 1
o'clock.and with
eight appetites well 1
r > whetted by the morning ride they betook
We draw.'drafts.on all parts of.the' world and buy themselves to the San Juan hotel, Bring your troubles as well as
and sell domestic exchange. where Mr. H. L. Beeman and his ex. your deposits to
cellent force of help administered that

# which makes humanity good natured .J.

: Qjir correspondents," with many others include The editor ventured into the dining ,

the National Park Bank, New York; First National room things just and to to get shake a smell hands of the with good' his I i[ PEOPLES[ NATIONAL BANK. -

Bank, 'Philadelphia;) Third National.,Bank, Atlanta; old time friend, Milo J. Thomas, president

r Merchants-.Mechanics National Bank Baltimore; of the Indiana association. Mr. "It is i pkaswe fe serve yw.." .
Thomas and the writer for years

f Continental &: Commercial'National, Bank,. Chicago:, worked together in Indiana ,politics,

I. Bank of St. Louis. : serving the state committee and it
National i Commerce
: was a pleasure to steal in on him and "-. ,,

I surprise him by our presence as he< .c .',
: ;', .
; : We""* 4 fir cut Interest OB Saviags Accents :. had no knowledge of our being in this :L,":.: . -,.

}'- : city.Mr. .. 4..

; : :. -IIIIfIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIISII111111111111111111H1. and Mrs. Thomas are representative
PV people of the great Hoosiei s
; i 'f' '0 NEWS FROM ALL PARTS OF, State, Mr .Thomas being a successful T .' E ... c'

a t. ':' 'I: FLORIDA. hardware dealer and banker. With , : .

BOQAr ALENDAR. I them were Mr. and Mrs. 0. K. Dun.

.. I_s .I I I For the next five years the Chicago bar of Centerville, Indiana.

} ,Twiy,' Maid 244kJLB ., Cubs will train ,in Tampa. The live wire of the association is / .
'. DtySttArorad"' at the Mr. W. L Corey, of Argoes, Indiana,

_t ,hoste,of.Mrs Wm. Smith, reeI. .1.1'F Actual work of construction will National Secretary.' He it is who does

: deBt tad Mrs. Blackman, rater.talfllag .. I begin on the Tarpon Inn, at Tarpon the business and instills the life into
with'Lencheon.' the THE MIRICLE OF EASTER
'I Springs, within a short time. organization.
4 i <(e Asa uI ,Audubon Meeting at'i i Mr.:W. K Jackson, president of the .

:55 ,e, .MaMaaLTiMi'iy Florida State association was chaperoning J Bring( lilies fair wherewith we may.
i Strawberry shipments from Plant,
EveaJaf. the party and in a special adorn
for the week ending last Saturday -
': Ckb.Rwttal ., City amounted to 30,152 quarts.The Coast Line train the party left here I The dear Lord's altar on this Easter STOCKOF
at.North Highlands.Wafceafcy "- : at 10 o'clock and were scheduled to morn-.
F. : afUme,Meh. X.jfaMbHory make ''abrief stop at Kissimmee, and :Pure, spotless flowers, each one a cup .
;,L '. : and. KrLThay-:: Tampa Waterworks. Company went from there to Winter Haven, abrim ,

er,' -At...." is planning to make considerable improvements where they took dinner, and then Vith'incense that the winds shall waft .. .

;, ..Itanfaj. AfterMOB,. Mek, M in its service by install. proceeded.. to Lakeland via .Bartow. 'to him

'. Rosalind'Club: Reception. ing larger mains: At Lakeland they were feasted Who on. that morn of mornings,

,i FiHay :AftefMea, Mdu, 27. on the big red strawberry for which through the gloom Spring
f S Judge and xn. Warlow ton South Melbourne now has electric that ,country is famous. After a That! .hung its pall of darkness round

the Reeeae; F't '. lights and a strong effort 'is being brief stay in that city the train pro.eeeded the tomb,
,'.: FrMay ErorfBf."FUJI" .' made to have, the lights extended to to Tampa, reaching, there: at Rose like a sun that drives,the night

-: at the, Rosalind. Melbourne proper. about ten o'clock evening.The away

I-, .Saftwiay Aftenoo Mch 26.. program provided for. a ride And gladdened earth on that 'first

e: Junior.'Aux liay Lawn ,Fete A great convention of Sunday this morning over the city of Tampa Easter Day.

e' at'the home- of, Mrs. A. Haden.- School and I Baptist Young People's and a visit to Sulphur Springs.By .
:.I. .; I Union Workers will be held in Ar. boat they will go to St Petersburg Let the white lilies by the altar tell FASHIONABLE

1' '. .I cadia on the 10th and "11th,of April and ,will, visit 'Pass-a-Grille, returning The story ,that befits their ,lips so ANDBECOMING

to Tampa in the evening and well;

HARPER CARPENTER.s The Calhoun County Commercial will leave there tonight for the homeward How, when the autumn days were

Club is making plans to hold a big trip, passing through Orlandoat drear and cold,

Yesterday at 'the: home 'of, the barbecue and ,entertainment in midnight They died or seemed, to die-and inthe

brides parents, Mr., ,and. ,Mrs. R. W. Blountstown on. the Fourth of July1.; They were a,fine lot of people and mold Straw
: Harper,,in Montvirde, Miss.- Marie \ Florida di dwell to make them their Their gave,were made, and we, who
t guests. Their visit to Orlando loved them so,
? = Harper and Mr. J. Amos Carpenter. The Government inspector and was
were;united in marriage an occasions that will be associate Grieved o'er their loss; and when the
architect will probably,arrive in San-
The ceremony was performed by with pleasant memories of the Flor- drifted snow Hats
ford before long to select a site
Rev. Hooks,. pastor..of the'Methodist for the Government building to be ida trip and this touching of elbows Hid the dead leaves that strewed their
chuVch. with the great outside world will lowly bed, .
erected there. .
Both' young people have numbers have a salutary effect on Orlando We mourned them, and would not be '\,
; 'f >1' 'of friends in business men. comforted.
I Orange county' 'whd St. Petersburg is to have a .complete -
-:' join with' the- Sentinel, in wishing new telephone plant to handle It is no stretching of the truth to

': them all future happiness and pros the' increasing business of the. city. say that the people of Orlando owe Through the long winter with its bit.

; 'perity. The plant is expected in opera- Hon. Jos. I* Guernsey a debt of grati. ter frost Brown & Lartigue

J tion by the middle of September tude for bringing this happy com- The flowers slept on whose lives. we

l :MOONLIGHT PICNIC. pany of people to the city, for it' was counted lost;
hotel : due to his efforts that they were here. But by and by when spring came/to
Key is to have a new
s I We enjoyed their brief and the hills __
stay t
the Fhilomathian
Debating society for the tourists and commercial men ... S -
hope they enjoyed 'Orlando. And loosed the fetters that had bound
of.the Orlando high school chaperoned' who visit there next fall and win- ".
by' the high, school' ,faculty, had a ter. The hotel is to cost $100,000 and An Orange packing house was a the rills, Be glad, be glad! In strains exultant

moonlight picnic on:Lake, Gatlin Fri. is to face :the ocean on the south, new 'thing to hardware merchant And warm, sweet winds blew,up- and sing
day night beach.r' fresh:from the land of snow and ice down the land, That death has lost the venom of its HY1YTHIIO

t ,About',fifteen. couples of .the young and when like regiment of soldiers, ,The, flowers'we missed sprang up on sting

:" people met at the school house where Frank Vans Agnew of Kissimmee they swooped down upon A. J. Nye's every hand, Since Christ our Lord. who died for -IN- :

V; 'farm wagons. .with hayracks called has,announced that he will make his packing house; he,knew exactly whatto : And we saw God, in.awed, glad won- love of men,

& :for them'and in these comfortable(t) first 1913 shipment of peaches about do and just gave them the freedomof dering, This Easter morning,lives with God FEED

: vehicles they. made their way tot !;the first week in April. It' estimat-- the house andthey were delighted Repeat the earth-old miracle of: again. 0

x #oae:pleasant' grounds on Lake Cat- ed that Mr. Agnew's crop for this I. with what they saw. When they left Spring. -Eben E. Rexford.D. .

lin, where they ,had regular feast,t.season will total 1,500 crates. Mr.. Nye took four boxes of oranges -FOR-

,/ and" wound up with .* ,marshmallowroast 1 and put them on the train for ,them Then .faith' took wing, and, larklike, A. R: NOTICEOn
They a Mr. L P. Broadfield Master of Trans. Thursday, the 27th the D. A. Rei T
were a happy lot of{ Irving Sweat, the only son of E. soared and sang
young people and came home in the W. .Sweat of Balm, methis death a portation of the A. C. L Ry. Co:,, And through the.gates of.heaven the will give their Annual picnic to which LIVE STOCK

wee small.hours of the night I few days-;ago by .a serious accident was'in charge, of the train. I glad song rang- all visiting D..A. R. members are in

i;He was thrown from a horse against There- is 'no death! What" seemeth so. vited. Those' expecting to attend' will
FOR LEGISLATIVE NEWS. j a tree and instantly lolled. His head ,For Exchange or Sale i is sleep t i please hand in their names to Mrs. LAUBACH : I
I and shoulders were fractured. For acreage or other property in The grave is like a cradle warm and A. B. Whitman, or Mrs. Bej. Drew by
Lake I
Orange or Counties for four
ri The Tallahassee True Democrat will dwellings in Pittsburgh, Pa. Houses deep, f .1 Wednesday the 26th, so that suitable' :the Grain Man. "
hinging good rent All modern bu d.' Wherein earth's children rest): arangements may be made.
be published daily during the session The county' fair of Palm Beach . weary ,
i>. Can be handled separate if .de and dream _. tech SIred nm 18
.of.the! Ie.w.tartaDd'.m contain all county just ended was a most.splendid sired.- -t.- ,

the,legislative'neWL, success. The fair was held at Address F. JOSEPH RAEHN, A little time. Then comes. the horn. NOTICB DIED OF UHDSB APPLICATION SfiCTION' I FOR OF TAX

Price'nlt one dollar for the ender Delray this,year. The exhibit which lmeJ7-17 Orlando,,, Fla. ing's beam, CHAPTUt IMS. LAWS -
IeIIIeD. created the most interest was a pen And they,awake,:as,do the flowers in or. FLOE.&. 0

5: 'Address"with' remittance, of three hogs, with a combined weight WANTED.' spring, j Nbtiet fc berebr-gfcr,.'": Oat J. P. 'Muwd- L
THE DAILY, TRUE DEMOCRAT, of one. ton., :City lots exchange for Upright To new, and perfect MOB1 wfcite, of Orlando' Fla. purchaser of Tax J. Mustardii
-- ,
; Certificate No.-tt dated the th c1aJ'of Jaly
/ .Tallahassee, Flu piano. Used less' than, two J oMIaI.6t H I A. D..j!Its bat fifad aid,Certifictte fai njeffiet j
Lock.Box 144Or1ndo.. ,, a&4.JIM'-mad* ayppeatioit for Tax cIIUNrureij
An additional 'story,is to be addedto : Deed to km l&aceorduet. wkk''J&w. kidCeliaeaM TIC. : :'
.-r Lost;=Somewhere between ,Law. the Colonial Hotel in Plant City Life hea-ward.I ,. the:;eye .bydeebt ;nrtmrr tlir' following dcMribed
; ...
.., < County, Florida
rence.'hotel on.Church street and,Orange The third story::will add_fifteen:sleeping :Make. up your mind that you,wM :mai* tied*; -. V '- .4Thy ":. prs tow. 8WM. of KW14> Oraafe StttTvZOSRSSK. ,
advertise tomorrow: fa the Emfrj 'TW aid Taad behf'aM. Md at thedateof Maaicure; Pedicure; Shampoo
avenue, a ladies small gold I room: to the forty-five rooms : Lord ia'riesulTliei i skat me tht-Jaraanct..of .ock.oeBti6c&te... .to; tube ,,.. ';, fi
watch.: .- ,Finder: .;stare ,.to.;.this,'oke which the. Colonial'has at 'preee t; Seated' ,">the;oaly paper- of .to.UwptbHshed 1ike';.. ,, :'j.1 .:- : ". naet :tf,..w.'J'"cw..r. _- ', redeemed.N'g Face'a&d.ScalP\ .Massage, 0 s
: 'tMs ....... K wB be < Uda>r' aid 'Ceett/.M;ekall. beto
and receive liberal':reward The entire building is to be fitted . 85' I i Hlf' ; :;Iti. '... Stye law Tax feed wfll taw tenon. IHcksoa .
r = -- L.' ; ;; '; read by ,hundreds. ., y :. .. .tl:: tht,. lilt .. I( AId 'A:,D.. l.lL' Parlor.offer & IVM Mote. ,
out with all, modern.. .. :eoaveJ ie ees .' .' : ; < ' .., : W1iar q eidM ad sod'tida ':conwr,'Ofuge as*CttaU ,
.. "1/1a...ln ai's..A.,' hotand ..._ :s4 B .tt.. the Sod da* at Ihnk A;D. 1'1&:. ., :
... -.',..,.' grepea'ty_ Wok, rwwag.water I. . ." ,. ".rpr' < '.. 'bk.5ir.. \. : , I a.L .. It 0K\.Z -
.." ,', i &4Y'" f'rsr' IIW '' ttsisdi ;: ':;; w: ': ... :.J *-ij; ,,' ,, ,e._ da 0(st. ..aeOpa 4rFW! &. '
#. < ,C .. jj "''.t.J" :: '; ; --.., ".J"'*>S-frM$? -S,t'J5i "
: < \ : v : -. *
'; i : " ' .:;: ,,., ,, ..,,. :' '"''_'' , ';;ii' "_"'- f : ,-/ ".P- ;r, .JT

Full Text
xml record header identifier 2009-02-24setSpec [UFDC_OAI_SET]metadata oai_dc:dc xmlns:oai_dc http:www.openarchives.orgOAI2.0oai_dc xmlns:dc http:purl.orgdcelements1.1 xmlns:xsi http:www.w3.org2001XMLSchema-instance xsi:schemaLocation http:www.openarchives.orgOAI2.0oai_dc.xsd dc:title Daily Sentineldc:publisher Josiah Ferrisdc:date March 23, 1913dc:type Newspaperdc:identifier (OCLC)002075051 (ALEPHBIBNUM)dc:source University of Floridadc:language English