The daily sentinel

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The daily sentinel
Uniform Title:
Daily sentinel (Orlando, Fla.)
Alternate Title:
Daily South Florida sentinel
Place of Publication:
Orlando Fla
Josiah Ferris
Creation Date:
March 25, 1913
Daily (except Monday)
normalized irregular
Physical Description:
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Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
newspaper ( marcgt )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando
28.533611 x -81.375833 ( Place of Publication )


Dates or Sequential Designation:
Began in 1913.
Dates or Sequential Designation:
-v. 1, no. 269 (Dec. 20, 1913).
General Note:
J.F. Schumann, editor.
General Note:
Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 4 (Feb. 14, 1913).

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










The, people of Apopka were horror ." ..._ The Board of Trade met in the of Special to the SentinelWashington -r *- Special to the Sentinel Special to the Sentinel ..

stricken yesterday morning when. But few people realize what a big fice of the secretary last night in March 24.-Following New York, March 25.Sufferersfrom Omaha, Neb., March 25.-One hun

was definitely learned that four men industry is being built} ,up in Orlandoby special session. Over fifty members his announced statement of keepingin tuberculosis whom Dr. Fried- dred and twenty-seven known dead

had been drowned some time during a man who quietly goes about his were present and it was perhaps one touch with legislation, President mann treated with his vaccine before and more than three hundred injuredis

Sunday afternoon in Lake Apopka. business and accomplishes things of the most enthusiastic meetingsheld Wilson conferred at length with his departure from Berlin to this the accurate toll at 7 o'clock to

The facts as phoned into the Sentinel with no. bugle blowing.Mr. by that body for several years. Chairman Underwood on the detailsof country are responding remarkablyto night of a tornado that swept Oma-

office are as follows: Mr. E. P. Lewis S. J. Sligh has a tomato farm of The subjects were important and the tariff bills, which have been the treatment, according to a cable- ha's resident district last night about

and Messrs. F. Garner of Apopka and 100 acres just outside the city limitsto those present were there for a pur- prepared for their submission ,to the gram received today by Dr. GeorgeG. 5:45. These figures were furnishedby

Clarence Garner and John Garner of the south-east, near the old fair pose and made prompt response to Democratic caucus. Hanlon, superintendent of Bell- a committee of fifty engaged in

Orlando, went out on the Lake in1 I!: grounds. Here twenty-five laborers each subject. Mr. Uunderwood carried the draft i vue Hospital The cablegram came rescue work but the death list is

a motor boat after dinner and not!: are at work cultivating tomatoes, The first subject taken up was the reviser tariff to the White House and i from a Berlin physician, Dr. O'Han- steadily mounting as bodies are re

returning at night,t two searching I,many of the plants being nearly ready matter of the proposed ,road connect- explained to the president. Mem- lon said. covered. Conservative estimates believe -
organized, one from I bers of the Ways and Means Com- Dr. Friedmann treated sixteen pa- the death list will not under
were Orlando
parties ::to blossom now. Mr. Sligh is growing ing with the East Coast. Mr. go '
Apopka and one,from Oakland and I the variety known as the Living- James L Giles, as Chairman of the mittee understood that the Presidentand tients here today but was obliged to one hundred and sixty' and that it

the lake and surrounding country was I'I ston Improved Globe, a large red special committee of the Board of Mr. Underwood are in accord on i postpone the treatment of fourteen would reach four hundred.

patroled< At a late hour Sunday |(I smooth tomato. A special brand oft Trade, made a report of the meetingof the tariff legislation policy and what- others until tomorrow, owing to the The work of rescue is going forward

night the boat was found capsized, tomato fertilizer is being used and the Orlando Committee with the ever suggestions the president made fact that his vaccine was exhausted.He rapidly and under excellent or

about two miles from shore. The j I the plants look very thrifty Be- East Coast Committee. The proposi- will be carried back by Mr. Under- devoted most of the day to the ganization.The .

boat was standing nearly on end in tween the rows of tomatoes he will tion made by the East Coast Committee wood to his committee. preparation of a new supply. general public is being rigidly -

the water. The shoes of two of the 'I soon plant field corn so that a crop is that they will build the roadto theThe administrative features of both kept from the devastated zone although -
found in the boat. I tariff law and the income Judgement Suspended.Special there has been
men were 'will soon follow the tomato crop and the St. John's river and pay their no attemptsat
: tax are proving difficult of solutionby to the Sentinel.Washington
Efforts were made' Sunday night thus make the land very profitable full proportion of a ferry if Orange looting such as were feared by
and all day yesterday to recover the farming. county will build the road from that the committee. It has been held March 25.-The, pub Mayor Dahlmann when he appealedto
but it not until about I I I that the cost of collecting the customs lic health service, through Surgeon the for at mid-
bodies, was 8J: Mr. Sligh has' a packing house in point into Orlando. The road as pro governor troops
i General Blue issued its
duties has been excessive first state
o'clock last night that they were lo- this city and instead of locking it up posed will pass through Oviedo and I and night last night. The death list will

eated. All four 'bodies were found at the close of the orange season he '. Chuluota and would make a through : plans are under way for the consideration ment today relative to the govern- not be completed for at least another

about two miles from shore and not is proposing to have business for the road to Titusville, which would makea I for cutting down this ex ment investigation of Dr. Friedmann'salleged twenty-four hours.

far from the boat and within twelve house well into the summer. This convenient and direct connection of pense. I tuberculosis cure. The statement Several days probably may be re-
of each other. All bodies I There is a similar difficulty with 1 1I which emphasizes the governmeat's quired to gather tragic details from
feet were means employment for fifty people at the east coast with the interior. Mr.J. .
taken to Apopka. the proposed plans for collection of i I policy to proceed cautiously, the small towns and villages that
a' season usually regarded as the dull 0. Fries submitted a report on the is follows
Mr. Lewis leaves a wife .and two season in Florida, as it will take aboutI estimated cost of Orange county'spart I the income tax. Whilethe members I II I as : were in the path of Ihe tornado in
of the committee would like to "On March 8, the secretary of the
married daughters. F. Garner an that many pople to pick and pack the of the road which he placed at I, seethe Iowa and Nebraska.
I i I income low treasury, on the recommepdation of
exemption as as
Clarence Garner each ,have a wife crop. His brother, Mr. H. G. Sligh i is $3,000. On motion it was decidedthat pos- Tonight three thousand men, wo-
Jsible it is realized that it is the surgeon general of the public
and one,child, while John Garner was in charge of the work. the Board of Trade as a body I exemption -. health men and children are homeless. They
a single' man. I!I, If' Orlando had more men like Mr. call on the County Commissioners,i point where the cost of caused a board of are being cared for in hotels and private
'' collection makes the .tax unprofitable medical officers to be detailed to make
This sadtragedy has east a gloom'over Sligh, ready to risk their money in and as representative tax payers, askthe I is I thorough investigation of Dr Friedmann's homes which are being thrown
to the government -
the community of Apopka and large enterprises it would-add to the Commissioners to build the road.A I open to them.Approximately.

the bereaved families have the sincere material'growtJr' development of I committee was appointed to present I Mr. Underwood spent today. discussing . .ItIIUSICA alleged cure. for tuberculosis. a, thousand home
of the entire this feature of the income tax I have been razed and s
sympathy com the community. I the matter to the Commissioners I one thousandtwo
nronity. I 1 I I on behalf of the Board of Trade.If bill with the members of the com hundred and fifty buildings, including
I mittee. Nothing is yet definitely decided STRICKEN BY HEART!
SAFE CRACKERS VISIT WALKER this road is built the east coast those totally destroyed'ani
SHOT WALKING IN SLEEP. I but the matter will be decided ATTACK.
BROS. can be reached via this route in a I monetary damaged tonight, placed by
a -- .. .. '-.., .1 :.. I.distance of forty miles. upon and completed before the spe the expert insurance men between five
Special to SentinelNew
Special to the Sentinel cial session of Congress and
opens. seven million. Residence
Evidently somebody out of a job The I Orleans La. March 24. Antonio sections
Augusta; Ga., March 24.-Hubert next subject which was -
) alone
I suffered.
sought to inaugurate a new enterprise that Musica, head of a hair importing The greatest loss
Smith, Jr., sixteen years of age, will presented was of bonding the BUFFALO MARKET NOTES. in section of the
was moderate
be sightless for life'because of gun- in Orlando in the line of. safe-. city for $100,000 for the purpose of __ firm of New York, who was placedin priced
shot wounds received in both eyes cracking. That he was a novice in'j improving the streets of Orlando. It I. ;gtiEec<, . jail here last week with his three homes. The business part of the city s
the business there is : Special to The Sentinel IJ.J I escaped entirely. All Omaha hospitals
much to in 1-
Saturday night The weapon was in was proposed that the Board of Trade I, sons, charged defrauding New
1 filled with
are injured. Scores of
the hands of the young man's uncle, dicate. by resolution approve the action of Buffalo, March 24.-At Monday'ssale York banks of a large sum of money,
When Mr. Ed .Walker went to the I of the Buffalo Union Fruit Ana, these are unidentified and other scores
Mr. Brooks, Hammond, a promingnt I the City Council in its decision to aid suffered a severe heart attack in the unconscious. .. .. .
citizen of North Augusta, S. C. office yesterday morning, he was sur- the legislation to give the city per- I tion Co., seven cars of Florida fruit jail this morning.' His condition was I :f; _4"5peclal
prised to find the wood cut away be- mission bond were sold. Averages on the oranges uI.'I
:Mr. Hammond, was awakened during ; for $100,000 for road II reported to be serious.
tween, the knob plate, and the jam, The ranged from $2.46 to $3.56 and on to The Sentinel ,"- tad,
the night by a noise outside of* purposes. members present secured The two daughters of Musica,
his window 'and thinking that a bur- (clear into the lock bolt, which bore unanimous, consent in supportof I grapefruit from $2.30 to $2.37. Desirable Louise and Grace, who have been Lincoln, Nebraska, March '24.-

glar was on the premises, fired the appearance of juvenile hands at the measure, but on suggestion of Ii sizes of oranges all sold at held as witnesses, were released this Omaha, chief city of Nebraska,

through the window. A cry of pain,the business as any ordinary skeleton Judge Warlow, it was decided to de- $3.25 to $3.75. There were also sold morning.The storm-wrecked and fire-swept, was so

from his nephew brought the realiza- key: would have unlocked the door. fer action to the next regular meeting one car of Ben Davis and Black Ben $76,000 in cash, which was effectually cut off from, the remainder .

ton to the uncle that he had shot Inside Mr. Walker found the desk of April 7, so that if anybody desired box apples, averaging $1.03, and two taken from the Musica family, was of the world this forenoon that only

young Smith. The Smiths live three-}|'drawers all open and the check protector to attend and offer objection to hundred boxes of Hood River Spitzen- seized this morning by the United meager estimates of the death list
which stood on the table evi- such action burgs, which averaged $1.55. Wed- and damage could be obtained Brief
quarters of a mile from the Hammond I they might do so. Noticeof States marshal and will be turned
dently was mistaken for a cash regis- such nesday there were offered six cars of I dispatches forced through by devious
home, and it is presumed that the I meeting and the purpose to be over to the receiver of the firm appointed -
boy walked that distance in his sleep.)i ter for that was taken apart. Upon published in all the newspapers of Florida oranges and grapefruit, twocars by the Federal court. routes, indicated that between one
ij j going to the safe, Mr.' Walker found the city. of yellow onions in 100-pound hundred and three hundred persons

I that an effort was made in a crude sacks, one car of Sicily lemons and perished and hundreds of others were
I I way to get into that ,In the region of thanks was tendered the committee one car of Stalyman Winesap box GRESS MADE BY ORLANDO. injured. Special trains and troopsare
of the lock tumblers, a cold chisel apples. rushing to the
Special to the Sentinel who so well handled the proposition That Orlando is still forging to the scene
Baltimore, March 24.-Twelve fire had been used pretty effectively and of entertaining the hardware front as one of the splendid residential Early last evening a series of equi-

men more or less seriously injured marks of heavy blows from a ham.. association' guests last Saturday. On FEDERAL INVESTIGATION.Special cities of Florida, is splendidly noxial gales of varying intensity be

and damage estimated at $100,000 I I mer showed that the nightdelegatewas motion S. R. Hudson, who goes to St. demonstrated in this good democratic gan sweeping through the Missouri '.
after the vitals of the safe. He
to the Sent.aeLWashington valley and Middle West leaving ruia
was caused by a spectacular fire at Petersburg early in April to attend i year of 1913. .Although three months
the plant of th e Union Abbatoir Com- also tried the chisel on the bottom the state encampment of the Grand I March 24.-The fed- have not yet passed, the indicationsare in their path. At least six states sustained
'of the door, evidently as a pry and eral investigation of the coal miners' heavy damage. Terre Haute
pany, in the southwestern section of I) army, was requested and authorized that it will be the banner year ,
had, in his frantic efforts to open strike war in West Virginia, will be Ind., reports a death list in nat vicinity
the city today. The injured firemen I to invite the Grand army of the Re-: in the city's history. :
I I the safe, used so much force that the the first work
I ordered by the Secretary which may reach fifty. Towna;
were caught under a falling wall public to hold their next annual encampment I Since January 22, twenty-five per-
bolt handle ,was badly bent. But he of Labor, when Congress in Iowa, Illinois, Kansas, Oklahomaand
It is not thought any of them will in Orlando. I pro- mits for residences have been issued,
failed to get the safe II vides the finances for
die. open. I this department aggregating the neat little sum of Missouri were affected.
I There is much to bear out the the I Definite announcement of this I I Wirecommunication with Omaha
ELIOT DECLINES AMBASSADORSHIP forty-one thousand, two hundred and
ory that some fellow in Orlando has decision was made today by Secretary .was broken,shortly after 6 o'clock -
sixty-four dollars for construction
started ,on the road to the convict Special to the Sentinel.Washington I Wilson's intimate friends in the which will mean at least twenty.fiveper last evening, and since that time only
camp for a long term of years. United States Workers' organization. a few dispatches could be sent
to, the Sentinel. March 24.-Official an-, cent additional before the build
The loborers at the packing houseare ...
Fon DC Lac, Wis., March 24.-The nouncement was made at the White! ings are completed. and suburbs sustained great damage,
city of Fon Du .Lac was inundatedby certain that all basement windowswere House today that former PresidentEliot I These buildings range from the is certain. One of the dispatches received -

the worst flood in its history early closed and locked Saturday of Harvard has declined Pressi FIFTEEN LOST IN YUTAN, NEB. humble, yet attractive* four-room cottage via Lincoln described the pathof

this morning following the terrific: night. Monday one was found open. dent Wilson's offer to be ambassador: at five hundred dollars, up to the tornado as being "eight miles
Special to the Sentinel L
storm which.caused great, damage. Mr. Eliot wired his thanks, but said Omaha Neb. Merck the handsome fifteen-room mode I long and from four to six block
Police and firemen rescued many, he thought he could be of greater, er Nebraskan towns felt the death- home at an expenditure of ten thous-I : United States troops from '<.
people from their homes in flooded' Special to The Sentinel service to the country at home, work: dealing froce of wind which'swep t and, three hundred and twenty-five I Fort Omaha were immediately called
I in similar : out, it was said, and the strickenzone
districts. Manufacturing plants were ing a field than abroad. dollars.
Rome March Iowa
24.-Owing to the over as well as Missouri, Illinois
compelled to shut down. All schools weak condition of Pope Pius X. Prof. So far the President has selectedno Indiana, Montana, Wisconsin, I put under practical martial law. ,
isolated and heating plants un \ one for London. It is understood The National Red Cross has volunteered
were Marchiafava: decided after consults ,. Kansas and South Dakota. As far Permits issued for new construction :
der water. tion however, that before the end of the I r work in Jacksonvilleaggregated its services for the injured, '1
this morning that it would be east as Chicago the fatal force of the Thursday .
impossible, for His Holiness to hold week, he will make a choice as to that storm was felt the toll here being $169,150, and included the I: and Governor Morehead, of Nebraska ti:J

DR. LIKENS SELLS OUT. the audience he had arranged for i post and some other important European five killed with $5,000,000 damage.. granting of permission for the new left Lincoln early today, personally
ambassies. I I to aid in the work. Railroad bridges !1
tomorrow. I In Milwaukee $200,000 worth of concrete building of the'Southern Bell
are down, however, and train
Dr. 0. P. Likens has sold his optical No further audiences will be given property loss was sustained. Omahawas Telephone and Telegraph Companyat schedules demoralized. ;j.

business to Dr. L. H. Ramsdell of by the Pontiff until April 3. TAFT WILL LEAVE FOR HOME. the center of one of the tor an estimated cost of $150,000. Hysterical

Jacksonville. Mr. Ramsdell will take The Pope is much depressed by the Special to' the Sentinel nadoes, Terre Haute, Ino, became the passengers, arriving at Lincoln from

possession of the place April 15th. death on Saturday of Cardinal Peter Augusta, Ga., March Taft and center of another. A decided effort is being made in Omaha were unable to give any connected -
family, who have been the of account of the disaster, eg- ,
who has been in buriMM Respighi the vicar general guests Thirty dead
Dr. Likens, are from the storm Fort Myers to establish an association "
the city of Augusta since March 4th cept to say that the residential pose r
number of has which hit latter pub
here for a years city. Fifteen lost that will have for its
given doe attention to twine and DAMAGE IN MIDDLE WEST. leave for New Haven, Conn., next in Yutan, Nebraska, and between the uplifting and betterment of th Continued on Page eight ,

found.1t necessary to take1 restreeupeIMi and pedal to the Sentinel Sunday. It was announced today. twenty and thirty-five in surrounding social as well as the industrial conditions

"Us health. He will leave Chicago, 'March 25-The death tol Taft will address the convention Nebraska towns. Ten in Council of the Seminole Indian. WEATHER REPORT. '

,for the Kftfih' 'about Jane 1 and will will probably reach three hundred Georgia Daughters of American Revolution Bluffs, Iowa, while the death of from Florida Unsettled weather- Wednesday -
nd'the'' with $15,000,000 property lost taken ,here Wednesday and Thursday.
P swJner,, under new skies.- two to fifteen persons is reported A street improvement association
'-<, ".. a f- *.> by the equinoctial, tornadoes that from scores of other raidl towns, has been formed in the Capital City
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Six Births in a Month in Venice,' t
CaL and Rewards Are Offered and Premiums ,:| i Lord & Bradshaw ; Magnificent Showing of

"Just think, here we are a city of i I We wish to announce to our friends, and the public generally, =! .
nearly ten thousand population and .
that have formed under the I It Hew Suits
only six births in a month was the''' we a partnership I'' Spring
Tay that Mayor Holbrook, of Venice, above firm name, for a general J I II .
California, summed it up last week sif
when he received the February report Real Estate and Insurance II '. .
tf City Physician Kendall. }
The Venice Exploitation Bureau I t : .
business, and are centrally located in a ground floor office at Xo.
has offered for the'pareats' i
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of all children born within the city lli 5. Orange Avenue", (formerly occupied by Hamilton & Dunn = : .

limits between now and April'1,1914. i Millinery), where we will be pleased to meet all'our old friends t l
.A business man has made an added WE ARE SHOWING A BEAUTIFUL ASSORTMENT OF
inducement by ,offering to provide = and to make new ones. : -. :: SILKS AND SATINS, ALL COLORS, DRESS GOODS
tonics and malts for both mother and j IN ALL THE LATEST PATTERNS FOR OLD AND
child. Our list of city and acreage property is surpassed by none,
Two drug stores have gone on rec-\
t rd' to provide medicines free and' \i airl we ha\'eiJU1 exception bargains.: CODE IXD SEE Us : { CONTAINS ACCURATE ILLUSTRATIONS''' OF THE

Miss Nettie Hardenbrock,, a professional -' SEASONS BEST AND LATEST CREATIONS, ANDIS
nurse, says she may be called on: t Lord & Bradshaw ; WORTHY THE ATTENTION OF EVERY ORLANDO
by the mothers and her time will be' WOMAN. CALL IN AND ACQUAINT YOURSELF

There is a proviso to all of these I 'If' r.P.!; I1URrtUW.! : nwul.I1IIiR..112.r.mr8lmtr..m.!! : : : ,IGIm.I'NKfau: ,." I .' AND THE REASONABLE PRICES.Kannor's . '
inducements, however, ,and that is ,_ __ n I '
that the children 'must bs of American 1
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was not made until after 1913MOTOCYLLES 1v1odels
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0. lace Hamilton & Dunn's. : .
r In:pest Skann.taioCr's: big stock of : i J TOMATO PLANTS FOR SALE
Four H. P. Models $200.00 MIMMMMOMttlltllitiai 1
'. Bicycle tires. .:' Seven H. P. Models, 250.00 I One_ dollar per thousand in any J. B. McKAY, ..
quantity desired. Purchasers must CONTRACTOR AND : ELIJAH HAND '
c Do you read the Sentinel You : do their own pulling of plants. Better BUILDER. :
j should cultivate the habit. :Your time : G E. Funeral Director
Eilperlt. plant now. My packing house in Or- Superintend All Work.
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will be well spent. >. lando will be opened from the first Prices That Are an
ORLANDO, FLA. Agent for Orange CountyleHMMMMMItMMIIIIItlltMIMIHMMIHIIIIMlH of May to June 10th and I will buy Inducement.All Block, Pine St. phone 33MiMIMIIMtHliMMIISit:
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;I' Itt -j POETRYSo ;- TuEAKLkND' Homeseekers .

Editor Published Contributions of I IT'SAFAIRPROPOSIT

Many Tears,at the Vernal .
,*r Equinox OPPORTUNITY.
:The Southern Christian Advocate, a THE CAR ITHAT TO ASSUME THAT YOU ARE

magazine.issued weekly,by the South PRESENTS ITSELF AT CORNER OF AMELIA AND
CIrolina Conference of the Methodist EVERYBODYIS APPRECIATIVE OF THE VERY
Trenton streets-two new and up-to-date and modern
Episcopal Church,at Greenville, S. C., bungalows and a corner lot near Lake Dot will be sold
blossomed out recently in "original TALKING BEST. WE ARE SPECIALISTS IN ;
an together or separate at prices too low to mention here. .
poetry edition." I Prices and also my reason for selling will be given upon I
Verses, on a,great variety of sub- ABOUTASK inspection of premises.. Cash or Terms. Fine opportunityfor Electrical Wireing and Motor Work
: Sects by all sorts and conditons of investment.. If not sold before May 1st, will be rented. -
men, women and children are pub- FOR BEMWiSmilON NEWELL ELECTRICAL COMPANYARCADE
lished. Stephen A.Nettles,the editor, CLARENCE. P. SMITH
says in a preface that the poems have SEE BUILDING
been accumulating in the Advocate

office for years. MAGRUDEROscar A pin I; ordinarily a very small CHURCH ST.
have been able illMMMMIHIIIIIIMM PHONE 280 .
He professes not to .
thing, but when it sticks in your tire
to distinguish between the good and it amounts to a good deal Vulco-
the bad. Perhaps through his neglect IF Irs ANYTHING IN
Fiberine will stop pin or nail pune-
to publish them to the world he Lures instantly and prevent leaks. See DRUGS PHONEDeLANEY
thought he was blighting some genius. it demonstrated at the Hyer Stable, I
Perhaps there were real in the
corner Orange and Central evenues.
verses. But how was he to distinguish -. Hand DRUG
The Best the
It fearful is Cheapest
? was a responsi- DID YOU BUY ?
bility. 'The solution of the problem & Son COMPANY \
I overheard a prominent hardware '--.04'-
flashed upon him-he would publish dealer say this morning to a promi- SO GET ,THE BEST OF
all the poems. Successors to E. Hand lent citizen of Orlando, I could have JUICK DELIVERY. '. _,. .-- -ry..t- $..urtrtrl...L- ..I f -, :-
."We gathered together," he says, I bought land at $2.50 and $5.00 but .
of LINE OF COM- did not do it Watkins Building. Paints and Wall |
"every piece poetry we FULL At the time he referred to I sold Paper
could put our hands on, and, without PLETE HOUSE FUR for an Orlando man several hundred I Phone z. .
daring to attempt any criticism or NISHINGS acres of land in Orange county for'fl.OO ; &1
correction, we gave them into the per acre, the same land is now 'imillHMtlllUIIHMillMlllilllilllliltlill THE 1912 WALL PAPER IN SAMPLES .
sold in 10 and twenty acre tracts for
tender care of the linotyper. I t is COME IN AND SEE US $30.00 per acre, and is cheap at this _. IS GRAND AND I WILL BE PLEASED i .
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eapecial appropriate that this poetry price. I TO SHOW THEM. ALL YOU HAVE TO : !
should appear at the vernal equinox." What,were the Orlando people buying <
at that time? Gold mining stock. DO IS TO TELEPHONE AND I WILL ;
if you had bought land, you could BRING THE SAMPLE TO YOUR HOME. ,
Contract has been let by the trus- . . . . . . figure your profit. You knew some
time ago your profit on the mining tf
of the Heights Methodist S ADVERTISE
tees Tampa -
stock, without having to figure on it. THE ONE CIGAR THAT
church for a new church edifice t IF YOU ,U you have not yet bought some GEO. A. BARKER PHONE 268 ;.. 1
to' cost 35000. The main buildingwill : e Want a Cook Orlando or Orange county property, : < ,. ,,
there is still opportunities for large LIKESJM
have a large auditorium tha; S Want a Partner EVERYBODY
profits, and I can show you.I oj
will seat six hundred people. There i Want a Situation can sell you something that will = - ------ --------- :::
will also be an annex which can be i s Want a Servant Girl make you money but your gold min
thrown open to enlarge the au.. S Want to Sell a Piano ing stock will, not buy it. ( t
ditorium so that combined there will l L5 Want to Sell a Carriage Call and see me. !
be seating room for nine hundred l, Want Sell TonPropertJI' Office over Dickson CARL&JANSEN Ives, Orange, HAWLEY'S HIGH GRADE D[ [EASTER A MILLINERY J
persons. Want to Sell Your Groceries Avenue, Orlando, Fla. STRAIGHTSGet
I S Want to Sell Your Hardware The banks and the business men of
I Orlando know me, if you do not, ask
'At the Favorite Today S Want customers for Anything them. 1i
"The Invaders (Kay-Bee." Greal t Advertise Daily in This Paper \

Western Drama in three reels. :S Advertising Is the Way to Success Shannibarger's for bicycles and ,the best cigar at five 10 per cent off on all'
II l cents. the next time
Indians on the war path. Subdue d Advertising Brings Customers sundries. you !
by the U. S. Troops-Final winning i S Advertising Keeps Customers I want to smoke-judge for '. t
of the bride.A I I. Advertising Insures Success II 1 at this office. yourself. : Linens and Laces .
show well worth three times thi! Advertising Shows Energy r.ANTED-CIeanraga_ I I <<
price. I S AdvertisingShowsPluckAdvertising I I.,
Closing with a side splitting corned]r Is "Biz" :I J Made in Orlando and sold rI I : t
reels in all, 5c to I S of BuntS FRANK HYERS
Four price oni e Advertise It
and,aHOpen Advertise LongS 'I Manufacturer of Artificial i by all dealers. ) IISSES HILTON & DUNN ; 1

2 to 5 and 6:45 to 10 p. m. Advertise wenADVERTISE '; Stone, Fancy Columns and 'I .
S S At'Once '.It: Ornamental' Work I IIIIMIIIIIIIIIIMIIIilliPatronize .f J Agents for Barclay Corsets .. t
after th
Mr.O.Waymen, spending .
winter in_Orlando, has gone to he:rll. IN. THE SENTINEL. . . : Livingston and Railroad I a I .
s s s i Sentinel advertisers.
home in Pinehurst, N. ,C. 1 I ::1; 4V i

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The all-important question of Furniture. You'll readily admit that you

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

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


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Reason Why Most

A Good Square Deal ..

People buy at Kincaid & Snow- .

Is what we all want for Jour
den is because they get an honest l" .

merchandise for money. --
dollar's worth of .

You get one here. We [carry I
every dollar they spend, they ,;

. w in Stock more Home Furnishings :
deal I No
are given a square
than any other ,two furniture .

false promises, no reckless adver'h ,\ '
ouses in the city.Our .
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Trust' Is Yours

Our trust is popular; it belongs to the people ; it has never been attacked by the man with the '

muck rake. The word trust has several meanings. The one' WP refer to means confidence, faith > and re- ';:' ,:

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

Now mm* the time to ask for It. Your credit IS good. This big building is packed ,Lwith Furmture1l ana

stoves of every' description


.BiI.Cald &, Snowden


Low, Price Furniture Go.: .. ... . Cor.. Main. and ;Pine. Streets

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} # South [Florida Sentinel I The Sanford Herald says that Orange Where the Deadly-Disease Germs
MORNING AND WEEKLY county is already divided. The Come From

editor of the Herald does not believe The disease is spread by flies that .

:; SU&CRIPTlOSUTES f that himself, but he mightily wishesit carry the germs of infe'tion, declared CHOOSE A DIAMONDAs

3 THE DAILY SENTINEL were so, for every day lessens their Dr Joseph Y. Porter of the Florida
chance. Men are beginning to State Board of Health. These
One year .. .. . II !II!.. .. II II$5.00 rea- ,germs
ize that burdensome tax would be from who have have
} Six Months II... .. : .... .. .. .. 2.50 a come persons or
the first fruits of division. Mr. not had the disease. They devel- '
Three Months II.. ..II II .. ..... 1.25 Holly are -You Would Choose Friend
}. also knows that if the is divided in the intestinal tracts and be- a
county oped
( Per Week ................... .10
that the new county will be come available for distribution from .
$ -By news carrier in Orlando 60 cents peranth wet. If this is not so the Sentinel the excreta of such individuals. Flies .
Daily and Sunday. challenges the Herald to publish an coming into contact with such evacu- You carefully make sure in your own mind that a friend is worthy of

a The Orlando Morning Sentinel can be found opinion from the Attorney Generalof ations carry the germs and lighting your confidence before you bestow it. Exercise the same discriminationwhen

a Itore.tale in Orlando at Cant A O'Neal'i Book the State of Florida stating that upon food leave them there, to betaken choosing a diamond.

I such is not the case. into the digestive syetems of other
We will ,appreciate prompt complaint if The Sentinel has no desire to misrepresent individuals. Disgusting, isn't it? Just as time increases your valuation of a friend, so will it increase the
idivery is not properly made by our carriers.
a single fact in connection The germs increase rapidly in their intrinsic worth of your diamond, as diamond prices are constantly

4 A vela rtising rates will be furnished on ap- with this matter of county division new lodgings and the doctors soon advancing. .
,plicaticn! .
iF for God knows that it will be one have another case of typhoid and, an-
THE WEEKLY SENTINEL We buy loose diamonds and skillfully set them in mountings of the
of the worst blows to the county that other source of infection is started.
for year by mail postage paid ........1.00 acting in the selection of the stones it offers. We esteem public confidenceas
lldress THE SENTINEL Orlando'Florida. has come since the great freeze, but Recent bacteriological investigations
Office 107 Court Street Arcade Building the worst feature of it all is the fact have established the fact that the our strongest asset and wise diamond buyers have long since found an

Phone :4 that a portion of the county which condition most favorable for the advantage in making their investments according to our selections.We .

has voted itself dry will become wet breeding of flies exists in the excretia
J. F. SCHUMANN. Ute buy loose diamonds and skilfully set them in mountings of the
JOSIAH FERRIS Proprietor. by operation of law if a new countyis of horses. The conditions next favoring -
patron's choosing.
created., such breeding are in the stools of

TUESDAY, MARCH, 25, 1913. The law reads so, good lawyers human beings. Where such evacua-

construe it so, and if it is not so, lethe tions are from typhoid patients, the DIAMOND RINGS, $10 to $500. DIAMOND PENDANTS, $6.25 up.

Remove the freight rdte shacklesin Attorney General, who is the mann maggot of the fly becomes, infected DIAMOND SCARF PINS, $1 to $65. DIAMOND CUFF LINKS, $3.50 up.
Florida. authority say so. We call upon the with the germ, and remains all

o Herald to produce an opinion of the through its natural life a source of DIAMOND BRACELETS, $15 up.
k The pie crop is always somethingf Attorney General on this' subject Its danger. .

.: a failure. due the temperance people of San- The warning to be drawn from these I

o ford that they know the facts. Are facts is that the earth closet shouldbe RELIABLE REPAIRING AND ENGRAVING BY AN ARTIST

y Gen. Rosalie Jones seems to have you willing to let them have the so screened tHat the entrance of

gone into winter quarters. facts? the fly through the smallest openingor

--0---- o hole shall be prevented. Guard

:s What has become of the old fash- IMPORTANT MEASURES against the contamination of the fly

ioned clerk that used to sleep in the at all hazzards and then, for the sake 1.

u tore? Orlando citizens now have several of additional safety, kill him. Evans the JewelerOPPOSITE

o- important matters under considera- It has not been determined how ,
Every little rain in this section tion. One is commission government. long typhiod germs may remain in'I

,just now has a meaning pertainingto Every citizen should attend the mass the system of the patient, even after

.. crops. meeting and hear the report of the recovery from an attack of the dis I POST OFFICESILK
h o committee Friday night and all should ease. Cases are on record in whichan

.b, .Mexico the man of the hour today feel free to ask questions and offer individual has carried them in his

may mean the target of to- suggestions. This is an important system for years and has been a con-

morrow. I Io matter and should be approached stant source of danger and infection to

from: every angle in a spirit of candor others, without ever having had the '
; Mixed pickles isn't a patching on and friendliness. We are all'interested fever himself. It is certain that weeks

mixed politics. Vide the Nashville in this matter and should take partin perhaps months, may pass even in

situation.The the making of a form for submis- the ordinary individual who has had STOCKINGS!

o sion to the voters. the disease, before he may cease to

spring poet and the sarsaparilla Then, there is the matter of street be regarded as a menace to the com- &

ar bottle come on the scene simul- paving. The City Council has done munity.As .

1 taneously.The . the; right thing by passing a resolu- flies migrate of their own accord

o tion asking for permission to issue a over long distances or are carried in

new nickels are so ugly you $100OOObond issue for street purposes. I railroad tains, automobiles or other

#, want to shut your eyes while you This too, has much to do with the vehicles, a single source of infection

spend them. future prosperity of the city. No men may be dangerous over a wide sec- For Day

0-;- are in closer touch with the public tion. It is perfectly evident that the

Probably you may think your con- pulse than newspaper men. Both the danger is increased in closely settled '
elusions are always logical. Most of daily papers of Orlando are backing communities. It is equally certain and

us are that way. the. city council in their efforts for that the danger decreases where the

n- street paving' ,and this is because these I population is less dense, but nowhereis '
The record of some soldiers is men know what is in the minds of the it a danger to be disregarded. EveningWear

Trapped up in the pension check people of this city and know what What is the remedy? .

Uncle Sam sends them. strangers think of Orlando, perhapsas First, prevent the fly from be
o no other class of men do. These ing infected. :
Time awaits no man. But then newspapers advocate good streets Next, in the popular phraseswatthe

a small thing like that does not worry from no selfish motives-not a news- fly. Kill him wherever you find

the professional loafer.0 paper man in the city owns an automObile him. Keep 'him out of the house and I

---- -- and hence are not joy riders. i particularly out of the kitchen and .

i If a man insists on wearing big They are all interested in Orlando, : dining 'room where food is preparedor

whiskers he should carry a vacuum and they all realize that they can do i eaten. Keep him away from foods Our Personal Guarantee

K. cleaner to insure sanitation. Orlando citizens no better service I especially those that are eaten un- i

o than to advocate good streets. cooked. No one knows where any Pair
It is impossible to keep a good man Another matter of deep concern to fly has been or how terrible a menace Accompanies Every

down, sighed the whale as Jonah took every citizen is that Orange county I he may be to health or to life itself.

ip his hat and departed. should remain as it now is. Everyman But the important thing is to prevent

.e o who is opposed to county divis- him becoming infected.In .

4 A board arbitration for :Mexico 1? ion should sign the remonstrance order to do this, screen all earth Marion B. Ives

fi They'd turn it into a target and showing his opposition thereto. Everyman closets. Screen them so thoroughlythat

shoot it into kindling wood.o who does not oppose county divis- I I no fly can get in through any

ion is willing to permit that which little opening left carelessly in put-

There is this difference between would give the county a back set of ting up the screen. It doesn't cost

men and fish. The fish never lies twenty years in its progress. Everyman I much to have this work done properly, EXCLUSIVE MILLINERY PARLORS

about the size of the man who caught who is in favor of sobriety and and not much to see that the screenis

it. good government will sign that re- always tight and serviceable. But

o monstrance. Do it now.o whatever the cost, it is small in com- Second Floor

When you are, in doubt as to the parison with the doctor's bill, with

medium select the Sentinel. It is NORTH SWEPT BY STORM weeks or mpnths of loss of time and
'read by everybody in Orlando and diminished energy and earning power -

x Orange county. The entire north was last week small indeed, compared with the i

o swept by one of the worst snow and value of a human life. I BUSINESS BUILT UP IN, PRISON THE H. H. P.
1 A hobo confined in the Los Angeles wind storms in many years. Indiana, This is a homely subject, revoltingeven STRAIGHTFor

bastile wants his jailers to furnish Michigan and Ohio suffered the loss when it is studied closely and
which five
lives and much carefully, but its importance can not pays Sale at all Cigar Stores
% four baths a day. The species is so of many property. and dollars a year is conducted, out
rare it should be humored. The storm broke with rain and heavy be overestimated. It is too seriousto in Arizona, under circumstances that Orlando's Newest Cigar Made in Orlando.
o winds, followed by a sudden drop to be trifled with, too serious to take
are probably unique. A convict serv- Havana and Florida WrappersTry
within fifteen of zero at,many points any chances on. Neglect it and you
Some men can drop a penny into ing a life sentence in the state prisonat
are gambling with life as the stakes One and Be Convinced
which added greatly to sufferingas
the church collection plate so that it Florence is the founder and man-
will make much noise Tom Batesat many homes had been wrecked, besides and the adds are against you. : and
as as ager of the concern, a large
a division meeting.The the fuel supply in many places number of his fellow prisoners are HERMAN H. PINDER M'f'g'r
had become very low in expectationof GOOD MEN IN A BAD CAUSE
and Manyof
o the workers profitsharers. 212 Sou th Orange
loss of life in the City of Mexico spring. these convicts are former cowboysof
The fact that a man is laboring for
Financial loss will run into the mil-
the the who, when at large,
during recent disorders is range,
estimated at five hundred, several of: lions and will be much greater than county division does not make a bad found solace for the evenings about FRUIT GROWERS' ASSOCIATION.A this meeting covering the entire
man of him. In fact some of the best
whom were combatants. was anticipated. the camp fire_in weaving and braid- proposition of marketing the citrus
Florida has been very fortunatethis men in the county are for division. ing little trinkets of horsehair. Hat fruits to the end that the grower
o meeting of the Florida FruitGrowers'
But those have allowed their en-
The Orlando season and the sympathy of the men bands, watch fobs and chains, and .Protective Association of may get a living price for his graft
merchants are a live thusiasm to override their judgment.Men
good, people of the state will go out and know what that
elaborate bridles and stout re- price is before
bunch full of business even DeSoto county, will be held in the
energetic, who labored night and day to !
to the suffering friends in the sister
P the fruit of his
out control
radiating new ideas, up to the minutein make Orange county dry, are now! atas, are made by them. I court house in the city of Arcadia on passes
i states: is taught to the con- Every packer and in the
This art now grower
at 2:30 March 29th.
Hf everything. The Sentinel is proudof laboring night and day for a proposition Saturday p. m.,
0 ( State know the conditions that
and after their make
victs in Arizona, day'swork
will take the of
the Orlando merchants. that would make the countyin This meeting place
Says the Youngstown Vindicator:t! for the state is done, they are intelligent and firm action at the
I the adjourned meeting at Olando.
o portions wet again and the whole
would be for breakfast
"Hominy great time sav'
at liberty to make and sell these present necessary to the
This will be by far the most im-
An remarks dry territory subjected to wet con-
;; exchange pertinently if it wasn't so blamed cheap. their For citrus industry from indefinite
things for own profit. many
"A good newspaper cannot be made But that feature never bothers Flor- ditions. If this deplorable con this custom was followed, the portant meeting held in the county i slaughter. The honest and Intelligent '
these days without advertisers." dition of affairs is brought about, il years and state during the year. Note the
good idians when there is plenty of hogto I and .
sales being made a few cents' worthat packers growers are coming
But what is of will be because good men their three all important subjects to be
more general concern with it. gave
go to the front to this
time to such visitors as happened I save great
is the broad fact that a good town o I services to a movement that oper- a taken up at this meeting and you will
of the State. Cut
to enter the prison; but a certain industry thy no-
cannot be made these days without An English nonagenarian gives as ated to bring them back. It. seems see that every packer and grower in
capable and businesslike convict madea I tice out and keep it as a reminder
y- should be
a It costs to makea almost incredible that men of keen the State present.
newspaper. money rule for reaching that : "Know
a age steady and profitable business, out that you are to attend this meetingon
good town. It costs to make foresight and clean habits should be First. The tariff on citrus fruits
money yourself. A big rule with ,a lot of of this amusement. First he developed the last Saturday in this Month
? a good willing to commercialize the chief virtues will be taken up and a memorial
newspaper. in
meat a mail order business, selling directto at the city of Arcadia.E. .
---o of mankind-sobriety, purity and passed addressed to the representatives
o people interested in such curios; of Florida in PROUTY, President,
: Those who are fond of working out A Dallas, Tex., woman ran away honesty.No but finding that this market was lim- Second The. grading Congress.of citrus FRANK NORTON, Sec
puzzles can tackle the following: A from her husband to marry a butcher. o wholseale
ited, he developed a
will be discussed
certain family in Bradford consists of Solved the high cost of living prob- wonder Uncle Sam is rich. The of fruits a peti-
trade, dealing with the' proprietors tion will be forwarded to the governor Even the Panama Canal's best
one father-in-law, two mothers-in-law, lem! Secretary of the Treasury divulgesthat
curio and novelty establishments.- the state the friends and champions have
and legislature of on to ad.
of nickel and
three mothers two fathers, two daugh- o a pound copper
Techincal World Magazine. vital to mit that from time to time
of the
subject every Cule-
ters, one son-in-law, one granddaughter Suffragists are making rapid strides composition costing twenty-three
: and there are only six persons in in Massachusetts, even without going cents is made into $4.55 worth of five- packer and grower in the State. bra Cut is a most grievous' back
the family.Times. I on long hikes. cent pieces. WANTED-dean rags at this office. Third. Plans'will be laid before slider. .g -



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., ,i We have a complete new line Now about your Easter Shoes. A.
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.

1 them, buy.) No two hats alike, YOU WILL RECOGNIZE THE

Q and all the shades and colors. EXTRA VALUES IN THEM

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


YOU WILL FIND WHAT YOU WANT AND THAT OUR Men's Hats in all the latest We also have practically

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

will come in and make
I You will need some of these your
/' 1a things for your Easter outfit wants konwn, we will try our
,1\l\\ t. Look fa hen before I "' -1..". best to satisfy you.
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Mrs. A. Stuchfield of Chicago, after We'do all kinds of Job printing. I II: iiiMtiitiim.

enjoying some months of Florida Try us on your next Job. ,I

I life, has returned to her home in the mass meeting called for Friday night,!: *

Y' THE TUNER ; Windy City of Chicago.Mr. in the Orlando Opera house, to consider -!:

t ;) ORLANDO FLA. I and Mrs. J. C. Myers, who have the report of the committee on 1 I: \

; spent the past three seasons In Orlando commission government. This is an I:

,/'4. I I guests of the Arcade, left yesterday important meeting. Arrange to be I,I YowelTsANNUAL

. : for their northern home. there.A .
Each time it rains the fact is I
After visit of several weeks in! :
I| a nail in your inner tube may cause
And much ,to our disgust, I I
of the Tremont Mr.
Orlando, guests you a lot of trouble and expense. If j
The unjust have umbrellas that
1 and Mrs. Fred Foster, left Sundayfor Vulco-Fiberine will+
borrow from the I I you will use you
They just.A .
II I Monongahela, Pa. I.I have no trouble with punctures of I

I Among the winter visitors leaving; any kind. See it demonstrated at .
man may smile and jolly yoU' I
And treat you mighty kind; I Orlando yesterday for home, was Mrs.':I the Hyer Stable, corner Orange and I f .
Mary Merritt, of Indianapolis, Ind. Central avenues. ;: :> :
- But you will find before he's through
While here Mrs. Merritt made her
That he's an axe to grind. I I Hot cross buns. Hot cross buns.
home at the Arcade.
Rock's Bakery.
Mrs. Henkle, of Winter Park, spent Mrs. James Laughlin, 3rd, Mrs. I
Remedies have been
Easter in the Tabraham, Miss Virginia Badger and Many
Day' city.
tire troubles, but none of them
Mr. Fort have returned from a pleas- for
Half-Price Renlnent Sale
Read the advertisements and tell equal Vu1co-Fiberine for effectiveness :
ant motor journey to Daytona, where
it in the Sentinel.
you saw they spent Easter Day. and cheapness. See it demonstrated ,
March magazines and newspapers at the Hyer Stable, corner Orange'
Ten cent off on all linen and
from all points. Curtis & O'Neal.. per and Central avenues. 3t i;
Lace at Hamilton & Dunn's.
Mr. and Mrs. S. C. Wilpins have re I T. C. Alden, the hustling real estate I
tell of
The St. Petersburg
turned to their home in Hillsboro, N. their increased tourist papers business this man left last night with his family I ." " .... .. .. .1..11..1111.1.11111111111111111".11111" " " ,.
C. for his old home in Rochester, N. Y.
year and Lakeland just claims the
The meeting of the Baraca Glee I largest crowd of visitors its history. He was called away on business and!
Club for this week has been postponedto will probably be gone for the summer i i
Daytona, St. Augustine and Miami :
Wednesday evening. but we look for him back early in the
write of the large number of tourists

There will be a special meeting of' during the past season. So that, it fallHot I Begins Tuesday larch 25 .

the Red Men tonight and members is evident, that Florida got her share cross buns. Hot cross buns. ,

are urged to be present.Mr. of people this winter. Rock's Bakery. '

Lyman E. Martin, one of Or- Send your job printing to the Sen-' Mrs. Chase, of Omaha, Neb., who
winter visitors has for
lando's started
unel office. All work guaranteed. is the charming guest of Mrs. Jessie '
his home in Youngstown, N. Y. The Tallahassee chautauqua Thayer on Lake Cherokee yesterday Closes Monday, March 31

:, :Mrs. Bertha Whalen, of Cynthiana, open- received a message from her hus-
ed its first session Wednesday after-
Ky., who has spent several monthsin band stating that a severe cyclone
noon at the grand free concert at
Orlando, has gone to her home. which there were over one thousand had passed over Omaha, and that 1111111111,1",11,1.,11,11.11111111111111,11111,11,1,1111,1' 1 '

Thomas Sallee, one of the enthusias- people. All the business houses closed hundreds of homes had been destroyed. -

tic winter residents of Orlando, left for the occasion. A fine program has The home and family of Mrs. .
for his home in Indiana Chase, the message stated, are safe. .J
yesterday. been prepared and it is expected that " ONE WEEK OF : ;, ;
Orlando Nest of Owls will hold an from now on the chautauqua will be Phone 514, for your Gasoline and

election of officers on Wednesday an annual event in the Capital City. oil Prompt delivery.Mr. ,

evening. All Owls should be present.I Shannibarger's for bicycles and Fred P. Margerum, of Elizabeth-\
ville, Pa., came to Orlando, Saturdayto
Ten per cent off on all Linen and sundries.The ACTUAL MONEY SAVING
spend a week or two with his wife
Lace at Hamilton & Dunn's.
tourist season, which is now who has been in the city for several

Mrs. D. C. Markham of Ridgewood, coming to a close has been the big-' months convalescing from a seige of

R. I., who has been spending the win- gest in the history ,of the state in typhoid which she had passed through'last
ter in the city, started for her home fact it was of greater magnitude than fall in her home town. Both Mr. 111111I111111111111111111111111-t. AT '00001 SOIS1010000001101i0000ioiThe

yesterday.Mr. was exptected. Not only was it a and Mrs. Margerum are greatly pleased -

remarkable circumstance that so with Florida climate and with Orlando -
Mathew who has
Joseph en-
many people 'came to Florida this ,
Orlando sunshine for several in particular.
joyed year. but it can also be .noted that White Store :
months, has left for his home in New I Money to loan on improved property. Big
the hotel to the
York State. men were equal occasion S. Y. Way.J. .1.1MIIIIIH
and no one was turned away,
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. S. Williams, who for lack of accommodations. This wasa B. Wingate and family are stopping -

have spent a-most pleasant season at great advertisement for Florida, and a few days in the city before returning ,

the Arcade, let tyesterday for their may be well applied to this section of to their home in Michigan. Where Your Dollars Do Double
have the winter in St.
They spent
home in Petoskey, Mich. the state. Everybody was happily
I Petersburg, but are so pleased with
Harry taken care of, and in such a manner
A. Crouel
Mrs. and
Mary Mrs.
for winter home
Orlando, as a place a Duty
that return visit.-Tampa
Cushman, who have spent the I means a' that they declare their intention of

winter in Orlando, guests of the Arcade Tribune. returning here next winter, where

,returned to their homes in Pe-I Ten per cent off on all linen and they hope to build a home. i
toskey, Michigan yesterday. Lace at Hamilton & Dunn's. I I
I I II Inspect Shannibarger's big stock of
Bicycle tires. tf
I Mr. J. B. McKay and Mr. J. J.)
HMMMIMMtliMHtMIIIIMilMMMIMHIIilMMMIlAflHATTAI i, Mr. and Mrs. Gilman Davis, of
Worsham are each building new houses -"
Oswego, N. Y., arrived in the city
in Highland Grove.
Tuesday afternoon from Orlando,
where they have been since some The rehearals for Fi-Fi are' progressing -I

time earlier in the season, and are steadily and are marked by Everything New

with Mr. and Mrs. S. B. Pratt, also much enthusiasm by the participants.I I .

of Oswego, who have been located This attractive entertainment is to

SHIRTS during the season at 130 South Pal- take place at the Lucerne Theatreone I
metto avenue. Mr. and Mrs. Davis week from tonight.

have .many friends in Daytona and Miss 'Lillian K. Switzer, who has IN LACES, EMBROIDERIES, SHIRTS, fflMONAS -

vicinity, having spent several sea- been spending the winter with her UNDERWEAR. HEADQUARTERSFOR

Are recognized as the BEST, thereforewe sons here in the past.-Daytona sister, Mrs. F. A. Curtis of this city, HOUSEHOLD GOODS AND SCHOOL

carry them. Our last shipment consistsof GazetteNews.The has left for her home in Pennsylvania SUPPLIES.McCULLOCH'S.

the very latest patterns and designs in city council of Orlando is con- Mrs. Curtis and her brother,

extra LONG and SHORT sleeve lengths.We sidering the measure of bonding for Mr. Switzer, accompanied Miss Lil-

are ready for your inspection. the purpose of laying additional pave- lian as far as Sanford. '

ments. As under the present char- It should be a pleasure to Orlando

ter the city cannot bond for such pur- citizens to see new comers who settle

DICKSON poses the matter will have to be taken here to make a home, succeed. Dr.S. .
before the legislature in order to ob- Miles Robinson, who came here

tain, an act amending the charter by from New York state about eight
conferring that power.It seems rathera months ago for the practice of med- POST OFFICE ,

, THE MEN'S OUTFITTERS strange omission from a city icine as a homeopathist is buildingup

charter-that of the power to bond a large practice and he and his and BE
Agents for raising money,for public improvements wife are gathering unto themselvesmany

,\ THE HOME OF HART SCHAFFNIR & MARX and the sooner it is inserted friends. Dr. Robinson is a tal- EST PRICES t
f;: CLOTHING ,in Orlando's charter the better it will ented man and a Christian gentlemanof ALWAYS"

{,}: .__ : ., be for the future of the city.TampaTimes. the highest type and his influence
. the Arcade, left yesterday for their

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URDAY ltLASSIFIEDBuaineaa : (man and wife) want the management t lilllMV.
Boosters (classified adver- 'of a European hotel, on salary,
tisements) received after 10 o'clock, or would rent good place. Address,
The Orlando high school girls bask. midnight, will be the "Too Lateto Hotel, P.O. Box 672, Orlando, Fla. 3t I !hi :
ball team defeated Stetson University Classify" column. .
Boosters of five lines, or less-approximately FOR SALE-New seven-room house 5 iiHI
girls' team Saturday
t morning 30 words-one time, 25 with all
modern conveniences. E.
'- in a'weU-played game, the final score cents; three times 50 cents; one week H. Gore, 409 Anderson St. 7t.
being 21 to 16 By their defeat of (six daily and one weekly editions) WANTED-To buy second hand-fur-! 11 0,000 Buick Users
the university girls Orlando wins the $LOO; one month, $3.00. niture. 209 W.'Pine St It. ;

state championship. The game was TO LET-Four room house in Concord For Rent-Furnished large airy
witnessed by a small but enthusiasticcrowd Park. Rent low. Apply to J. L. rooms for light house-keeping., Closein
made up for the most part of Frost, West Amelia Ave. 4t 312 N. Main street. Rent reason-

out of town rooters, who had able. i
accom- 4t
FOR SALE-Corner property, close t
panied their teams. Stetson got the in. East of railroad. House of Every One a BUICK BOOSTER !
f jump on Orlando and led for the first eight rooms and bath;modern con. For Rent-Six room house $10.00
part of the first haIf. During the veniences. Twelve fruit' trees on per month, also furnished rooms
the lot. A bargain at $4,000.00.
minutes of however Or- cheap. 209 West Pine.
closing play, Address "
"Owner, P. 0. Box, No.
lando came to the front and at theY 225, City. 6t
WANTED-Teamster, several week I .
close of the half led, 12 to 8.
FOR SALE-Small work
seedling orange hauling oranges, good wages,
The second half was closely con trees in any quantity, at five cents Inquire at 103 E. Robinson avenue., e
tested, throughout, Stetson making a each. G. T. HULL, Orlando, Florida. A. A. Gould. !
; bid for the and ,
strong game nearly
Pine Castle road. To Rent-at 308 West street, ten
tying it up, but a field and foul goal
rooms more or less. Hot and cold 1
ya Orlando the close of the FOR SALE-House and lot, south
by near side of Lake Eola, corner Washington I'water, electric lights. Large gardenof
game put them safely in the lead. and East street five blocks east fruit H. W. HOWARD
.The work of both teams was good, of court house. Two stories semi- BUICK"24" '
Orlando showing a little better team log house, living room, dining room, WANTED-Old Mirriors I
resilvered, .
and kitchen first floor, four
work than their rivals. Both of the pantry bed and bath making them as good as new. New
large airy rooms on
Orlando forwards performed well, second floor. One of the handsomest ones made to order by the latest improved .
houses in the best location in French process and damp
while the work of Louise Hulley, the A
Orlando. 16-23. proof backing put on them. Send
Stetson right forward and captain, postal, name and address to H. A. ..

t featured for the university. Because FOR RENT-Rooms for light house- order.Royston, and I will call and take your I There is a certain prestige that owning your own I IIII
of the stakes for which they were keeping close in, 209 W: Pine St. It. Mar22-lm .

:;, playing, fouls were numerous on both FOR SALE-Good Horse, Carriageand Lost-Somewhere between Law.III I motor car gives you in. your community. '

sides, Steston scoring six of its pointson Harness. For work on driv- rence hotel on Church street and Or-I I

free throws, while Orlando with ing. Apply to Wm. Halloway, Winter ange avenue, a ladies small gold I There is a certain satisfaction in knowing you
more chances succeeded in scoring 7. Park, Fla. 12t watch. Finder return to this office II
The line for Stetson Louise : own a car that win take you anywhere and bring '
up was BUY a lot in Thornton Park, a nice I and receive liberal reward. I t
Hulley, Lee Bowers and Edna Lewis, suburb in east part of the city. Carl I!WANTED-To buy small five I 3. yon back. It is this quality of dependability which ..
s_ forwards; Catherine Haynes, center; Jensen. grove
I. to ten acres. Must be a bargain I
Wylatte Elliots, running center; Ber- I and accessible to Orlando. State location has put 110,000 Buicks= on the road, and it is this"
FOR SALE 40 of fine land in
acres and cash in first letter.Ownes .
nice Prugh, Catherine Dunning price h
Volusia County, near station and only. P. 0. Box 353 Orlando, same quality of dependability which has made ,. .:'
guards. fine lake; $500. Terms. J. B. McKay, Fla. : 24-3t. '
Orlando, Dosa Matthews, Bessie city. I every one of those 110,000 Buick users a Buick '."
x forwards FOUND-That the Sentinel reachesthe I For Sale-I corner lot, six room .< .
Quigg, Annie May Mat-
; people and is read. 'house, 1350.00, if taken before April booster. ::
thews,' Kathrine Padgett, guards, I I -, .;
209 West Pine.
Marion Smith, center; Elbeth Mul- FOR SALE 5% acres with five-room 5
holland, running center; "Pete" Mc- house on railroad only few hundred I \ : The Buick overhead valve motor has more power :.'
feet from stopping place. Plenty of
Dermond of Stetson, referee; Ran shade and small shrubbery. Ten to per cubic inch of piston displacement than any
dolph Robinson of Orlando, umpire; twelve bearing orange trees. WELCOME TO ".
: W. Esche, scorekeeper.-Daytona and other small fruits. Good hunting : other type of motor ever built. It costs us more
GazetteNews.D. and fishing, and especially suitedto ,'.
those who come to Florida for the ROYAL PALM to make it but eosts you less to run it. ./: .
winter and like the country life with
H. S. GIRLS' TEAM LOSES TO easy access to town. J. P. Perkins,
THE NEW STATE CHAMPIONS Orlando, Fla General Delivery. BARBER SHOPModern
OAK HILL is the beautiful subdivision
to the Northeast of the city andI and Complete. ORLANDO. Catalogue on Request. o
The Orlando high school girls' still have some choice lots .there. Everything new, individual ,R

basketball team, the new state Carl Jensen. electric attachments at every

champions, won from the D. H. S. WANTED-To rent for one year or chair. No stone has been left
'.4 girls' team Saturday afternoon, in a more, eight room house centrally unturned to make this shop
fast and hard fought game. The located. M. C. Broome, Orlando, Fla. meet th erequirements of the r
Box 573. lw 15-22 Cook Automobile Co.
game was played in the New Daytona most particular. Plenty of t

theater, and was one of the best WANTED-By experienced man. Position room. Courteous attendants.
exhibitions of the as floral and landscape gard- I
year. At the end
*' of the first half, Orlando led, 10 to 5, ener, the taking care of gentleman's ELIJAH WHITEHEAD, Orlando, Florida r f
places during summer or permanent
and when the whistle blew at'the close not for a home, would live on placeif Orange Ave, Orlando, Fla.
of the last period the score was 20 to so desired, or as janitor of public
1c 9, in favor of the Orlando girls. buildings Strictly temperate. Ad.
dress Philip Bunn, Orlando, Fla. 7t
The work of the D. H. S. guardswas

splendid, and it was largely ow 9M rLIGHT
ing to their good work that the Or- imiMiiimimmii o

lando score was kept down. The THE r o o
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Orlando guards were also
good on
t the defensive and gave the D. H. S. PATH TO Op
k forwards few chances to shoot Miss KILL END SALE PROSPERITY p p

Bessie Guigg, right forward for Orlando -
,did some very clever goal shoot- po pp
Merchants who Electric
ing, while Miss Ive Livingston scored use Signs never lose

seven of the nine points gained by the their way by choosing the wrong road to success 0 p

locals You simply cannot fail to attract new pp
Orlando lined up as follows: Bes- customers if you use an Electric Sign. It acts
ale Quigg, Dosia Mathews, forwards: R pW- I Nh Pp
Marion Smith, center; Elbeth Mul- like an irresistible magnet, drawing all the p p

holland, running center; Katherine trade within its reach: That is the"reason P p

;: Padgett Daytona, Annie; Jva May Livingston Mathews, Kate, guards Ditt- THE LAST WEEKWhile they command the attention of buyers. p pP

'man;forwards; Lucy Stilling, center; P P
t Reva Livinston, running center; For Every Store OwnerNo

Irene Esch, Ethel Scholtz, guards. pp po
have saved the best for the last week of
1 Officials of the game were "Pete" we not ourNeill matter how small his business, the Elec-

umpire McDermond; Winthrop, referee Esch; ,Miss scorekeeper.Livey, End Sale, yet the values we offer you during these remaining tric Sign is the cheapest and most effective P p p p

; -Daytona Gazatte-News. advertising. p

1 NOTICETo few days make the Final Windup the Climax of Bargain Phone for our Sign Designer to call and sub. Pi pP P

mit a sketch. i ;

the Citizens of Orlando: Giving. No Trouble to Us...No Expense to You. >

The mass meeting held some months i !

ago for the purpose of consideringthe LINES i I )>
commission form of IO

provided for the appointment government of a I W T[ & U T oI
I )
'; committee of ten citizens whose dutyit WILL APPEAL TO YOU s pp

was to draft a suitable charter and
submit same for discussion to a fu- COOK WITH GAS pI
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ture public meeting of our citizens. L

y This committee has just notified me AADAAAtT ds9bAADeAdAAAAAe ,

that they are ready to,make 'a report MEN'S CLOTHING LADIES' HATS FURNISHINGS .

and in obedience to your action it,is MEN'S SHOES LADIES SHOES SHEETSbiEN'5 NN/NNN....MM.NNN 1.........................
my duty to give public*notice that a "
miss meeting of the citizens will be HATSMEN'S UNDERWEAR '. TOWELS
held at the Orlando Opera House next I Mlllel m West t.
0 urc
Friday night, 28th instant.I SHIRTS DRESS GOODS BED SPREADS roceij,

sincerely trust thai' a large MEN'S UNDERWEAR CORSETS TABLE LINENSCome ZZ
assemblage will be present as I regard -

p this proposed change of..municipal i TO FORMER CUSTOMERS OF THIS

government the most vital pro STORE: WE BEG TO STATE THAT
gressive step which our city has yet A

this undertaken.carefully proposed consider Let charter.everyone each Ladies provision come especially and of.,i To-Day y Come To Morrow i Come Ely[ Day y y1VIMOND WE CALL EARNESTLY ARE AND OPEN SEE REQUEST OUR FOR LINE BUSINESS THAT OF GOODS, AND YOU,

s GEO. C. KELLER, Chairman. -

Y; Secretary. Tl\ & BIIN H C ON MP ANY t

e y: Rev. sermon J. W., ,Bell to the preached Immanuel an interesting Baptists TIC J I TUR BR ro SI one

on Sunday morning. The Sun
day school has been organized and -=::::::=- t........I....I I '.. ...................I" I I I I...

h Had a good attendance. "' a .


R%" papering Whenever done you hi a want first painting class minder 011- READ TII& SB roa THE NEW

it"will pay you to call on. W. T.Entrla SentinelWant Ads Pay Advertisers. .

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:No Doubt Their Culture ,W-aUln Time
Prove Very Profitable WHEN YOU BUYJEWELRY'
Baltinore, MeL, Mar. 21, '13.
:Editor Orlando Sentinel:
I was'much interested in an article
published in your columns recently
telling about Mr. Mahlon Gore's ideas IS ALMOST HERE AND IF YOU NEED ANYTHING IN : .

,about camphor culture in, Florida. THE LINE OF UP TO DATE DRY GOODS, CLOTHING, t I
Like everything else eminating from I
that public spirited and useful citizen, HATS AND SHOES, ALSO LADIES READY TO WEAR Money Invested With Us Is :

those ideas are worth consideration.More DRESSES OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS COME TO B. SALO- Profitably Spent. Give Us the :
than thirty years ago, my MON. SATISFACTION GUARANTEED OR MONEY Opportunity of Being the SourceOf I
father, E. D. M. Perkins, of Winter Your Supply. _

Garden, secured young camphor trees REFUNDED. You Cannot Judge Ue Unless
from the Department of Agricultureat You See What We Have, and
Washington, and they grew well We are Always Glad To Show
from the start on hit homestead. Now B. Salomon You. .
those trees are severaHeet in diame- Orlandor
ter at the ,base and are of wonderful You Cannot Judge Us Unless
beauty. The habit of the tree is to t4 MHMIIIIMIMMM* Make, or Need Anything In Our
form a globe-like top, and the glossy r; 1 Line, We Are Sure We Can
evergreen leaves are pleasing to the Please You. If You Don't Need
,eye at all times. These trees bear ; Anything,,We Are Just As Glad
bushels of berries annually,and young I To Have You Come Into Our .
camphor trees in thousands spring up IRUNDOBANK K a COMP Store.
,under the parent branches, proving OUR REPAIR WORK IS
that the soil and climate are just right PROMPT AND ACCUR- '
for the camphor. In some.places the I ATE, EVERYTHING IS t'
| seed.are'sown like oats and the young Capital and Surplus and Undivided Profits $120,000.00.Total GUARANTEED.Allen ;
trees mowed with a reaper and the"hay" .
Resources over Three-ojarters ol a Million.
distilled into fine camphor gum.
There is a wide demand for this gum, ,
Report of the Condition of Orlando
and no doubt the culture of the tree & Co.
which bears it will in time be a profitable r t Bank and Trust Co., Condensed
one in Florida. fit r. ? ' From Report to Comptroller
I The wood of the camphor tree is Feb. 4,1913RESOURCES
I .also permeated with the fragrant I JEWELERS -
I ,gumthe scent of which is'so obnoxious 7 I
I to insects, and it has been suggested Loans and Discounts .....$393,161.05 Orlando '
I that camphor wood might be successfully - Overdarfts .............. 193.53 II I Florida
I used in the manufacture of ,. Stocks and Bonds ....... 26,018.33Real
I clothes chests, to keep away moths. : rr ;: 14r Estate, Furniture and I .
I Perhaps the gum would in time evaporate r' .1 Fixtures ... .......... 25,853.44 S
... .' Cash hand and in Banks
I from the wood, but its effect j I j.. on 215,084.83 I
I would banish the bugs from boxes for
I quite a while, and the wood is said to .z $660,311.18
I receive a fine polish. This feature of I r r LIABILITIES THE 11 ((19 A JIB T
I the camphor tree industry is worth E Capital Stock .........,.$100,000.00
I looking into. Surplus and Undivided . ,,
I The root of the camphor tree i : Profits ... ........... 22,832.33 ,
I .smells much like sassafras, and I have i I'' ;, I Deposits ..: ............ 537,418.85 Cor. South and Hughey Sts. .
I known tea to be made of it, which k ..

I tasted fine, but would not recommend t $660,311.18We WE BUY FOR CASH AND SELL FOR CASH. WE
I the use of it, as the camphor extractis I KEEP OUR EXPENSES DOWN AND CONSE-
'' : invite the attention of our customers
poisonous if used to excess. It is and friends to our statement QUENTLY CAN KEEP OUR PRICES DOWN

naturally a sedative, but is intoxica- ._ above and wish to assure them that
ting in large doses, and the drinking we appreciate their patronage and Our Prone No. is
I of too much camphor tea might not t
-, ask for a continuance of same.
be'good. However, there is no doubtof Don't forget that our deposits are And an Order will Have Prompt Attention, and will be
the usefulness of camphor as a : ,..?. insured.A Delivered to Any Part of the City.D. .
medicine, and no home should be I I
cordial invitation is extended to
I without it -- visitors in our city to call and open B. RAYBON, Proprietor ORLANDO, FLA.

The idea of planting camphor trees : Slates Government,State and County Depository an account with us. I
along the state roads is a fine and I
LIOohed .....
H practical one. It would provide shade ..
I for automobilists and other travelers, 0 :i--: ,0 I'IIIIIII"II' IIIIII'II'III"IIIIIII"IIII'IIIIIIII'RAllSIAl
,. .. .
and In time WOUld give Florida some _
splendid ,sylvan avenues like those ,, I

which add such beauty and distinct- [ E [ fOR SAl[

Japan.tion to many of the highways of W.M. SLEMONS

I_was also interested in reading the j jI J
reference to my old colleague, J. M.
Rice,' my fellow-worker in Orlando The trend of Orlando's Growth is
journalism a quarter of a centuryago. I
I Northeast. Lewter's Addition and
We were at that time friends of
a young lady who taught school in Our New Spring Stock is Coming InAnd ,: Sunshine Park are there. Near by
Orlando, a cousin of Woodrow Wil- I''
is Paradise Hill. Let show
son, the man who has since attained me you
we will offer to you a Choice Selection of High Class Goods
a rather",prominent station in the affairs . .IN DRY GOODS, ALL THE STAPLE AND UHE.'ULGOODS -- -----
of this country. Through our as well as FANCY SILKS, and FINE DRESS GOODS; .
modest journalistic efforts we were HOSIERY IN SILVLISLE AND COTTON, and the Many Ac-
instrumental, art having the school ctssories,that Women Use. F. A. LewterIMIIHItMIHMHHIIIHIIMMIMMIHMIHIMM
term lengthened by several weeks, so
that her stay in Orlando might be prolonged -
Joe Rice did some fine work Bargains Six Days in Every Week

for Orlando, and it should not forget :',, "
him. ::3 t'Veearry all the time a large stock of SHOES of the best
Mr Rice refers in his letter to "the makes and newest styles. KING QUALITY MEN'S SHOES. MRS. JARLEY'SFAMOUS .
celebrated South Apopka orange." CRADDOCK TERRY'S WOMEN'S SHOES AND CHILD- :.
That has the right ring to it,,and exemplifies REN'S SHOES. NONE BETTER ARE SOLD IN THIS '
one trait of the old friendsof MARKET" ":" IX A WORKS

Florida-to hold high her standard SCHLOSS BROS. FINE SUITS FOR MEN at $15.00, $20. ;'
whatever they may be. Such i a $25.00 and $30.00 are unsurpassed for STYLE FIT AND < AND THE

spirit as this has brought just fame QUALITY. ORCHESTRA'
Apopka and other sections of our: PLEASE YOU. ,
fine county. I call it our county, although .
I have lived elsewhere for a
Roll ins School
quarter of a century. It still seems Expression

like home, and its prosperity. will al. W M. SLEMONS LYMAN GYMNASIUM- ." f, '-V,
ways be pleasing to me. .. ':
'Mr.'E. D, M. Perkins, although now WINTER -

in his seventy-seventh year, writes MONDAY:, MARCH 24TH, 3:30 P. M. .
that at his place at Winter Garden GENERAL ADMIS SION 50 CENTS.
he can plow all day without fatigue, Sister. _Esther Carlotta,'president of
and feels better than formany years. the'Florida 'Division, U.D. c.,'was in BRIGHAM & HILLNEWS a

He has lived in various states, but Live Oak last week, working in con- .c .; . '
never feels as well as in Florida. Asa junction with ,the chapter there for The Famous Musical Extravaganza x xrrtofthaTayhop xx
matter of fact, there is but one the convention to be held in that I AGENTS
.Florida, and no other place just like city in May. An attempt is being \
it on earth. made to make this convention. one '
I Orlando Stationery Souvenir' and Curio Store
Besides the camphor Mr. Perkins i is of the very best ever held by the ,
growing the East Indian bamboo on Daughters. of this State and the Live 22 WEST CHURCH STREET
his ,homestead, and its fine growth I Oak-Chamber of Commerce is giv-
there and on the place 'of J )lr. H. ing' all possible assistance to the ,
Nehrling at Gotha, shows that it is Daniel Tedder Chapter.For .

perfectly at home in Orange county.No UNDERTAKER ARMSTRONG 1
doubt the plant will be found very Exchange or Sale "THE PRODUCTION BEAUTIFUL" a
useful in this, as it has proven so in Orange For acreage or Lake' or Counties other property for four in The ARTISTIC PICTURE FRAMER of Orlando .

other countries. It is suggested as dwellings in Pittsburgh, Fa. Houses S
a new source of cellulose or vegetable -I banging good rent_All modern.buildings. I PINe STRE 'I 15 Well-Known People in the Cast 125
Can be handled separate U desired. -
fiber for paper making in place of . 1-
wood pulp. The long,light and strong ,, Address F, JOSEPH RAEHN, .' .
hollow stems make it also suitable lmo.17-17 Orlando, Fla. FOR LEGISLATIVE NEWS. D. A. R. NOTICEOn WATC FOR IT WAIT FOR IT !
for aeroplane construction, and wallsof Thursday, the 27th, the D. A. R.
bamboo planted on the north, and WANTED. The Tallahassee True Democrat will will give their Annual picnic,to,which
west, would 'also make an effective City lots In exchange for Upright published daily during the sessionof all visiting D. A. R. members are in Lucerne Theatre. April st
wind'shield Some varieties of bam- piano. Used less than two months.6t the legislature and will 'contain all vited. Those expecting to attend will
boo grow forty or-fifty feet high, and Lock Box 144, Orlando. the legislative news. please hand in their names to Mrs. ,
are not slow in reaching that height. Price only one dollar for the entier A. B. Whitman, or Mrs. Bej. Drew by
Here is something worth looking into. The Presbyterian ladies are today session. Wednesday the 26th, so that suitable a

L S. PERKINS. holding one of,their,old fashioned sit Address with remittance, arangements may be made. lei ns Ip on Jo o Prin
arounds at the'home of Mrs. William THE DAILY TRUE DEMOCRAT, your gPLANTING
Central Tallahassee, Fla. WANTED-Clean at this office.
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entertained .their ladies .
most royally -I
last night in their hall on Pine i tion of those ,

street. About twenty couples were going!

ti present and those who enjoyed dancing '" don't,

partook of that to their heart's The I,
content, while others engaged in social tion, he has THEATRICALS.

games. was one .
Light refreshments were served I storm Raymer Commencing March 31st, the Mad-
M and it was one of those infomal social -' and docks-Field players will appear at COMPLETE
affairs hat everyone enjoys and killed and I the Opera House for three nights. STOCK
which occurs once a month in, these moving e"1' place las company is fast becoming pop-
roomLThe putting ular in the South, having played for- ,
music was furnished by Roy The is to ty weeks in Georgia, Florida and I
Nothing, Geo. Jump and J. M. Har in the this Alabama to capacity everywhere.
; may many trip to II High class comedies, dramas and
Jt lapseof I won't. farces will be presented during their
PICNIC PARTY AT RUSSEL'S .I and The old engagement in our city and to please Spring
POINT. !over the case, is their aim at all times. Their repertoire S

I.of the her is large and contains suchsuccesses Styles

t Miss Susie Magruder gave a most Militia as "The Turning Point," !
delightful outing to the members of "The Call To the Woods," "The Romance -

her Sunday School class last Saturday Mayor was. a of the North," "The Peace-
4 at Russell's Point. The jolly maker," "Why Lindy Ran ,Away"

i, party spent the entire day picnidng "The Western Hero," "The Girl From FASHIONABLEAND

and the occasion was one of thorough ies to who Eagle Ranch," "A Layer Detective,1'Shadows ,
enjoyment dead hs in of a Great City, and others.
y Mir! Magruder was aided by Misses three home in The very best, most pleasing and
Helen Telford, Helen Howe May partially most up-to-date plays will be selectedfor BECOMING
Sloane and Messrs Max Webb and their short stay in Orlando.
i Chesley Magruder. I I jutant son, With the company comes Mr. Nor-

I dered visit- man R. Field, formerly leading man
TONIGHT. others at the with the C. W. Park's show. A very
Sun- clever actor, who will soon count

'Special to return many friends amongst the theatre-
"Are you going to the dance?"
going public in our city. Hats
This is "the question of the hour," for
With specialties between the acts,
rumors of the good time planned by reports
left the Maddocks-Field players assure
: that
the Country Club house committee yes-
and everyone an enjoyable evening,
most ,
for this evening are abroad and with-
of the prices being within everyone'sreach.
visited one :
= out a doubt, everyone who has enjoyed .
the hospitality of the club thirty
in A large audience should greet this
of these occasions will section
one quickly
popular company of players every Brown &
', "Yes!" by the return LartigUe
,, answer, injuring night. Don't forget the date, March

31st, April 1st and 2nd.

ij The pretty "Bumble Bee Dance" the path the, GRAND THEATRE.
which, under the direction of Mrs. ,
k James into the is in -
3rd made such
Laughlin, Pathedrama.
al "The Artist's Trick, -
hit at the "Musical Frame-Up some and Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Frank P. Foster, who
The picture tells an interesting -
have been of the
: months The popular guests
ago, was again given yesterday the
in addition to showing
afternoon at Rollins College and hall story artist"The hotel for the past six weeks, leave EVERYTHING
tricks of the
mysterious for their home in
K in connection with "Mrs. Jarley's years. tomorrow Monon-
C. G.
t Wax Workers." The young ladies I which Electrotyping Process informa-, gohela Pa. They will spend a cou- -IN-
v motored over to the college where mass of worry P. C.-Industrial. Imparts ple of weeks in Jacksonville with
received bodies ,( in the tion worth having. relatives.The .
they a most enthusiastic wel- "
"The Salt Industry, C. G. P. .c.-
5 coun-
come. educational This picture shows how
h it can Methodist people in this city
salt is manufactured in Sicily.
r GRADUATING RECTIAL TONIGHT I The balance made a new record Sunday by way of -FOR-
"A Business Shark, Eclipsedrama. -
Miss Adelaide Voohris, mezzo-so i night in an Easter collection for missions. At FORTFEED
prano of the Rollins School of Music,I I A it, but the Sunday School the, sum of $340
3 Reels 3
: sings, her garduating recital in ladies can re- Clyde Hooper and Benjamin Cly- was raised and at the morning serv-I LIVE( STOCK

Knowles Hall Tuesday night, March,I the the burn will appear tonight at the ice $301; making a total of $651 as! _
25th, at 8:15. Everyone invited. League to con- an Easter offering to missions. But!
a ,I I Grand in an entire change of pro-
The fish will few churches in the state of Florida: LAUBACH
They always have somethingnew
Work has actually begun on the! gram. can come up to this record and shows I -
and fanny.LUCERNE
new court house at BusimelL No obstacles cussed I (that the methodist church of Orlando
I The Grain Man.
t are in ,the way now and thebuilding imously reliable is doing its part in the spread of the
will be rushed to completion. for financial THEATRE. gospel The Baracars, taught by I tack Street Phone 18
The of Mrs. J. T. Fuller, raised $115. As I
c their 3 Reels 3 usual at their evening song service

I The Shriners in St. Petersburg are I ments. the city Program Today. the capacity of the house was taxedto
making arrangements for club rooms The !; "The Miser," Lubin, a very inter- its utmost A noticeable feature of
there next winter. That order has I pointed bank! esting story. the services was, the fact that the L J. Mustard,

enrolled one hundred and fifty mem- Civic mark "The French Army Maneuvers,-" a ladies were all clad in white. No more
bers. ley;F. be con- wonderful military war picture. appropriate uniform could have been
liE ClllerH 1Sf.
there "The Three Queen'," Essanay. A selected for, ,Easter service; a service
The bond issue for $60,000 for municipal buck, sam gripping drama. ,intended to' lift one :thoughts to

improvements was ratified by ley- and the Note-Matinee daily" S: 30 to 5;p._m. the, pure'and dean subjects" of life. Manicure Pedicure, Shampoo,
1 the voters of Fort Myers Wednesdaywith .- Five cents to all These song-services> have a very helpful Face; and Scalp Massage.
sweeping ,majorities, to the Three night show., ',?.t.;a., ** 'infuence,on the church; services.
{ _, The cony fire'cents.:Lower fctr til'fate 'Tie''floral "dece tioia/were!rle and Parlor' over Dickson & Ivea storeeoner -
A L t ail y ;Roney to loan ed property.J aid i 'Get the hbii leIier ti told the 4ory-of,Wtr:ti4e'te t elrY Oraage and Central
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