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 26, 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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J I' AMONG THE DEAD. Atlanta, Ga.., March 25.-Forme? I hidal to tie SentinelWashington -._ Omaha, Neb., March 25.-Shiver- Naco, Ariz., March 25.-During the Sofia, Bulgaria Sentinel, March 25.-The

Evedal to to Sentinel, Governor W. J. Northern, of Georgia, March 25.When federal ing from cold, but aweinspired by the night three hundred State troops un Turkish advanced positions, and all
Cincinnati, Ohio, March 25.-Ohio, is reported to be dying at his residence statisticians finished figuring today ' nature of their work, scores of men, der Col. Bracamonte left to guard the fortified points to the east of the

its cities, towns and fertile farm lands 734 Piedmont avenue, Atlanta. they discovered that just one out women and children this morning Naco, departed for Cananea upon fortress of Adrianople were captured

are swept by the greatest flood in its of every forty-seven men who voted struggled in the snow" to,. recover the, }hearing of the taking of the inland by the Bulgarian beseigers this
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history. Millions of dollars worth o f He has been in a sinking conditionsince for Woodrow Wilson for Presidentwas dead or rescue the injured who lay 1 j town yesterday. This was believed to homing .' ..,.p t :

damages are reported and the death the latter part of the week. I' a candidate for a federal position.I buried beneath th*_wreckage of homes i I I indicate that General Ojeda with '-.'.-... .....- -
roll' will probably go into hundreds At 2 o'clock Monday afternoon he They also deduced the fact that there ana ouuuings crusnea oy the tornado I!his 350 federals would follow, either I l ** London Hears News.
In Dayton, thousands of persons I was reported to be still alive, but it will be an army of heart-sick and disappointed which Sunday swept with deathdealing 1 to cut off the State troops: reinforce.-, 1 Special to the Sentinel '

were made homeless today when the I was said by his physicians that he office seekers numbering force over Iowa and Nebraska, I ments or directly assist Col. Moreno, London, March 26.-The Btlgarian
levee of Miami river broke in thre I was not expected to live through the upwards of one hundred and thirtyne killing more than one hundred and who has resisted the first day's at besiegers today captured the first line
places. I dap. thousand, for there are tenthous fifty persons in Omaha alone. j ta ck. of defenses around the Turkish fortress *
The business section of the city For nearly two months Governor and three hundred and eightyfourjobs Latest reports this morning give The most thrilling complication of Adrianople, after a bombardment

was flooded within a few minutes and Northern has been in a precarious to be filled and one hundred and the 'number of injured at three hun- J feared at Cananea was the positionof lasting several hours, according

the water was five feet deep on the condition. thirty-one thousand, five hundred and d red and twenty, while the death list I hundreds of Mexicans made idle to a dispatch from Sofia. {
main streets. Two or three' days ago, accordingto thirty patriots who have signified has not been increased over the night I 1 by the shutting down of the big

Several companies of the National .Dr. W S. Kendrick, who has been their willingness to aid the government report of ,two hundred and two. smelting and mining plants. While Bombardment Stopped. '
Guard were ordered out with the entire attending Gov. Northern, throughout The snow storm which seriously is these appeared to take no active partin Special to the Sentinel ,
police reserves. his sickness, the governor developed The question of patronage is giv hampering rescue work began shortly yesterday's battle, some disturbance Belgrade, Servia, March 23.; -The
One tlephone operator remained at congestion of the lungs, in connection ing President Wilson and members after midnight and .continued with occurred. An attempt to dynamite bombardment of Scutari is understood -
her post and reported the collapse of I wit ha carbuncle that had formed of his cabinet some uneasy hours. gathering force. More than three buildings of the copper company to have been stopped on orders

a large building opposite to the ex- on his neck. He has grown rapidlyworse Every effort is being made to spare inches of snow covers the debris in was prevented by the prompt from the Servian government
change. Relief trains were sent from II since then. Monday morninghe the feelings of those whose applications the section of the city which was action of CoL Alvarado by the State Servia acted on the advice of the

hare, carrying police and boats to aid. was not conscious.Dr. must be turned down, while at struck by the wind. tWomen roops, who held part of the outlying French and Russian ministers, who
in the rescue. Kendrick was called to the sickman the same time, the available and fit Seek Dead Ones. districts. notified the Servian people that the
At a late hour at 4 o'clock Monday Privations of the storm sufferers Reed powers had come to the unalterable
reports were received morning. men for the various places are being Major U. S. A., arrived here
here stating that hundreds of sought. The task of singling out the are being increased by the heavy today from Fort Leavenworth, Kan., decision that Scutari must belong to
persons had lost their lives in Day THE FLOOD AT BUFFALO. proper material without causing offense snow-storm following so closely in to take command of the'Ninth United the future State. of Albania.

ton.For to those whose ambitions nec- the storm's wake. Women tugging at States Cavalry patrol. \ r
a time Cincinnati. is cut off Bpedal to the Sentinel essarily must be wrecked in the process heavy beams, hoping against hope to There are eight troops of the,Ninth MISSOURI WOMEN ANGRY. '

from the outside world. Buffalo, N. Y., March 25.-Tremendous L- has proved a delicate task. find the bodies of dear ones near the (Cavalry on duty east and west of ;;: ...
At Delaware the list of dead isis downpour of rain throughout While Postmaster General Burle- wreckage; men gruffly cheering their 1 this point Special to the et "*'% '

nineteen. western New York during the past son has the distribution of a greater r: sorrowful mates, and weeping children Careful estimates made early today Jefferson City, Mo., March 25.-
Four hundred families were drivenfrom two days has developed one of the number of "plums" than any othe wapped about with shawls and show that the dead during yester- Farmer members of the State legislature Y.

their homes. Among the deadare worst floods in fifty years. member of the cabinet, he is in a happy blankets were drab colors in the day's battle will.aggregate nearly one who are. leaving for their home '
Mrs. Sam P. Jones and Esther I Tonight the entire area south of position as compared with Secretary scenes which were revealed by dawn hundred on both sides. today in order to see about their

Jones, widow and daughter of the Buffalo is under water and street ear Wilson, of'the new departureof to the Federal soldiers patroling the' The division is not certain, as many spring crops, have received some very
noted evangelist of ,Cartersville, Ga.I service is suspended and row boats labor. afflicted district. of the slain have not been identified tart letters from the suffragists of

A wall of water seven feet deep I are-plying down the streets. A score Mr. Wilson must organize his entire City officials distributed clothingand as State or federal soldiers, The this State. When it was found that

,rushing through. the 'city. .[of big. manufacturing ;plants' along department, and although he has other necessities among the sufferers. wounded will number fully one hun- the legislature would close without
At Columbus at least one hundred she Buffalo river are inundated and at his: disposal only twelve posftio'ns, .. dred on each. side. 'v taking any action on the question of
persons are homeless; thousands of:the less will reach' ofstropf dol- he has more than five thousand applications More than $50,000 has been subscribed votes for women, the suffragists were
dollars worth of. property is de i lars. It is still raining and it isfeared on file. to, a relief fnnd-$25.000 bv ANOTHER STORM THREATENS more than disappointed. If a sub-

ed. The west side of Columbus is that at least two of the big the City Commissioners a.nd an equal I ,,. COASTpr It titute measure which has'been form ted
cut off from the remainder of the city I I railroad bridges will be swept away; GIRL UNCONSCIOUS FOR FIVE amount by citizens. ,- ,) is adopted by the voters in -November -
as a result of the flood from the Scio-:;: morning. Hundreds of workers : Injured In Hospitals. !Special .,to the 'latIntL 1914, the matter will be left

to and Olegtany rivers. i I i are marooned in distant parts of MONTHS. I The injured at hospitals are receiving I New Orleans, ,La, .March 25.-Onthe entirely in the hands of the legis- ,
The light plant is shut down and the city and unable to reach their 'the best possible attention. heels of the high windstorms .
the city' is in darkness tonight Thewater I homes. Throughout western New I Special to The Sentinel Physicians of Omaha and Council which swept along the Texas coast, t

supply |\s practically cut off I York and northern Pennsylvania the Spokane, Wash.,' March 25.-As a Bluffs have volunteered their services I ate yesterday afternoon at a velocityof BURGLARS GET BIG BOOTY IN
.and many of the industrial and manufacturing I I situation is most serious. A large result of overstudy in preparation fora and trained nurses have willingly! thirty-five to forty miles an hour, ST AUGUSTINE.

plants are dosed. Railroad ,.I portion of the city of Bradford, Pa., is high school examination, 17-year- followed the example of the phys and passed eastward across Louisiana
and interurban cars have ceased under water and the damage has old Irene Burns, daughter of Mr. and clans. Those patients who have!during the night, the local weatherbureau Special to the Sentinel "
running. Rescueing work is progressing i been enormous. Mrs. .J. C. Burns, of Spokane, has shown improvement today will be removed -I I this morning issued another St. Augustine, March 25.-Burglars

rapidly. Soldiers are assisting The total loss throughout western been unconscious for five :months, from temporary hospitals to I I storm warning for the Texas and are getting in their work in the Ancient '

the police, who are patrolling the New York is well over $1,000,000 and with the exception of half a dozen places provided by city officials..Mostof Louisiana coasts. This latter disturbance City. Some time Sunday night ,

city.The with rain continuing, even more serious intervals when she regained con- the injured; are homeless, the storm was scheduled to move : the handsome winter home of Abert::;
Ohio legislature today appropriated results may be expected before sciousness for a few minutes. On having destroyed their abodes. northeastward, causing brisk to high Lewis, on Valenda street, was robbed. F
.. one hundred thousand dol2Jawfor morning. October 1 the girl was stricken with Many of the patients whose conditions shifting winds along the Louisiana It is said that considerable jewelry

relief work. The railroads what was pronounced hystero-cat- are considered more or less critical coast. and other valuables were secured.

throughout Ohio and Indiana have FLOODS FOLLOW HURRICANE. alepsy. Her muscles became rigid, have not been told of the complete No damage has been reported as a Officers are hunting for clues. JL|s 5
suffered enormously and it will be jaws set, and, while her eyes were loss which *the tornado made I result of last night's high winds. The Meech residences in \;>rth i
weeks before normal traffic is resum Special wide open, to all appearances, she of their property. II City was also entered the same night
to the Sentinel . .
---'- - PISTOL Members of the
ed. All larger rivers in both states was unauie w recognize anyway. -- TOTERS IN TROBULE family were aroised
Indianapolis, Ind. March 25.-The
are out,of banks and new breaks in worst rain storm in, During her last period of consciousness VIEWING SOUTH FLORIDA. .- by the noise and they made a getaway
years last night
tracks are being reported hourly. Reports and today followed in the wake of the this week she told physicians That shooting is not a lost art eve without securing any bootie
thus far from Spingfield that she knew what A of by white men was demonstrated again .
Fin-I tornado, that carried death and destruction )ad been goingon party twelve people in three .1 J F
ley, Zanesville, Akron, Youngstownand into southern Indiana. about her during the last five automboiles passed through Orlando last week when section boss Westtrie COLUMBIA COLLEGE LOST fO

many other smaller cities report I Four persons were drowned today months. A week ago an operation yesterday after having toured South the pistol act on a negro. It ROLLINS.
hundreds homeless as a result of'the in swollen streams and was performed for the removal ofan Florida for the past six weeks. They grew out of a row between the two .

flood. Many deaths reported in smaller Ktically' every creek and tonight river in prac-In- unnatural growth near the abdo i hale from Nashville, Tenn., and asthis which was not wholly one si ded.Speciat Lake to The Sentinel .

towns. I'diana is out of its banks. men, and there is now hope for her is their first visit to Florida, theytook i Mayor Reynolds charged West $10 :for rattling City, March 25.-H wasU
: The the r the practice. good game that Lake City
school auto
Rain in torrents has ecovery. examinations of travel as the
APPEALED FOR AID. twelve hours fallen for which are blamed for her condition best means of seeing the country. Neither a nigger nor a white man Fans saw yesterday afternoon be.

Special to the Sentinel north to the from Ohio river South Bend on the occurred August 15 and 16, last year. They went south} along the east coast has any business "toting" a pistol tween Rollins and Columbia Colleges" $
Cincinnati, Ohio, March 25.-Gov. is flooded. and the Wabash On August 18 the girl first became about six weeks ago, and are makingthe around and it is a practice' entirely The former was the winner by a aeon
Cox late today appealed to the National At LaFayette hysterical. ] return trip through the central too common in this country and some of 3to2,
Red Cross for aid for Dayton. the river is rising a foot an hour portion. I severe punishment should be provided Both pitchers were in splenidform
They were a class of
Twenty persons were drowned at and the lowlands are inundated. Far given to loud but p eo aIby I our legislature for such offences. Wilder doing the heaving for
mers have lost thousands UNDERWRITERS MEET.n praise, in i I
dollars Columbia
and Barze for
Middleton; fifteen reported missing.At the visitors
quiet manner stated their views.
worth of live They
Hamilton, business district was stock. Mr. S. Y. Way, president of the said that the best country they had Last Wednesday evening a negro The outstanding features of the game
flooded; every factory dosed. Be- The town of Satatoga on the Mia- State Local Underwriters' Associa seen was from Plant City to Orlando drayman, John Jackson, better known was a magnificent four-base wall
lieved I many lives are lost those sissinewa homes river is under water and; tion, is in Live Oak this week attending and that Orlando looked good to as Jack Boston, found a grip on a by Chalker, the Columbia backstop.
not deserted habitable I street of Brooksville
Report reached here at eight o'clock the annual meeting of the them. containing twoand
tonight that the reservoir at Lewiston -l only on upper floors. society which is in session there this t 1 thousand dollars in paper money Entailing a loss of thousands of '

above Dayton, has given away week. OMAHA the owner's bank book. Jack returned -! dollars to the truckers of the lower
'and a great wall of water is sweep- WIFE OF. LABORER RUNS' FOR In mentioning the meeting the CONDITIONS SERIOUS.i the grip and contents to the owner end of the county, the heavy rain, el

ing down Wolf creek in the direc- MAYOR. Jacksonville Metropolis of and received fifty dollars reward. The Monday and Tuesday has proved to
tion of Dayton. Wolf creek empties says: yesterday The Postal Telegraph Company owner is a turpentine operator. Jack be the most disastrous event of the

into the Miami river above Dayton. Special to the Sentinel The address of President which handles of the Na-h who is also a preacher, claims he season in the trucking business in
S. Y.
I Topeka, Kan* March 25.-Qne o f Way, of Orlando, \tional News Association advises the ,could not sleep the night before returning this vicinity. The rainfall south of
a masterly effort
RESPONDING NOBLY.. the candidates for mayor in the prim Mr. Way felt the need of Sentinel that conditions are so serious.1 the grip for thinking whether the city was unprecedented for this
Special to the Sentinel ary elections today is Mrs. May Taylor members in the more in the storm swept districts of Omaha 1{ to return or keep it and be a rich season of the year, and coming just
Omaha, Neb., March 25.-To International who is competing against fo hopeful that next organization, bnt'feltnr that martial law has been declared nigger and run the risk of getting at the height of the tomato harvest
News Service: "One hun men for the honor of being name< larger enrollment year He will find a and it is impossible to deliver messages -I caught-Miami Herald. has caught the farmers at the worst

dred and fifty dead, three hundred in Mrs. Taylor says, "If I succeed, I each member that urged upon in those districts as messenecure i "0 possible time. The loss is variously
present he
jured. Property loss will reach $4- will drive the white slave trade from some new member before s ger boys are not allowed within the Leesburg was selected for the 1914 estimated at from ten to fifty percent
000,000. We have matters well in Topeka. The big jointist shall suffer session. the next lines, and no one is permitted ,to pass I i meeting place of the annual convention with a complete loss in torn ,
hand and can get along without with' the the lines except by of
as little bootlegger on: a permit. ; the Improved Order of Red districts.-Miami Herald.
sistance. Our people are responding liquor." :Men of Florida, at the final day's session -
Mbr. please accept thanks from our I I J. A. Silver, aged 27, a white flag- DEMOCRATIC EDITORS DINE. : of the Grand Lodge in Tampa The East Florida Telephone Company

people for your inquiry. WEATHER.REPORT.-. man, was run over and instantly Special to the Sentinel. last week.Practically. are having their lines in Brooks ,
Signed JAMES C. DAHLMAN. killed at Palatka by the northboundA. Albany, N. Y., March 25<-The I i viDe is bein g laid underground. s
C. L.
Mayor Florida-Unsettled weather probably passenger train, on which Democratic editors of the State of all of the machinery has

.. Thursday; colder in north portion the unfortunate man was employed.n New York will hold their annual ban been installed in the new glue factoryat The Idngfish season fa b
: now in M
THIRD attempting to board the
STORM HITS LOUISVILLE train afterit quet at the Hotel Ten Envy, this city Pensacola
Thursday. and the new industrywill swing around Sarasota '
IpeeW to Tfce had gotten under ADd
Sentinel.Ky headway failed tonight The fight between Gov. William start
operations this week.
.1.-: Louisville, ..,'_March 26.-SweepContfcaed to grab. the handrail on the coach Sulxer and Tammany Hall will many fine catches are being made

; ,.*B,Pag,' fire. from March all points.magazines Curtis and*, O'Neal newspapers I and cars,was"two precipitated of which passed beneath over him.the' take up apart of nation-wide of the time for the discussion I Tso per test off on all linen.and Insurance, Real Estate, loans std ,
a subjects Lace at Hamilton A Ds '& Rentals. Curtis A O'Neal

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NONE TOO BIG FOR TROUBLE won't stand for it."

Governor Trammell has recommended 'Vi -President Marshall, like an "A man. came to see me the other I

many worthy subjects to the consideration editor; has his ,troubles., Clerks.fresh day in Washington, and said. : Magnificent.Showing of
, of the State Legislatureand from the universities find him using "'Mr. Marshall, 1m one of a group
here are some of them: the wrong word sometimes and sometimes .of men which represent $75,000,000that
No License Tax On Farm Products the right word"'In the wrong is waiting to be invested.'

f Florida is vitally ,concerned in extending place. "What are you. waiting for?' I ask-.. New Spring Suits
its grove and agricultural in Then the rich man wants him to do ed. see''
terests. We want to encourage our one thing and the poor man :wants "He said 'We're waiting to ,
farmers and producers. In this behalf rich what congress is going to do. '
: him to do another. But, both and .
I recommend.the enactment of a "I said: 'Well, if I had'my way I'd. :
poor will learn that Mr. Marshall is I : and Dresses.
.; law exempting absolutely for a city, a man in whose soul is the milk of see that $75,000,000 baked, boiled and
mmty"or State license tax all farm human kindness, and no man who 1 fricasseed and shoved .down the 1 I
and grove products or the products desires. to do, right will be hurt by I throats of the, men who own it Capi- \
handled .by and disposed of by the any action of the Vice-President. In I,tal that can't stand.a square'deal isn't'' {
." i of much to that
use anybody. Capital
original pfoducers'thereof. I an interview'witli a friend in Bostona WE ARE SHOWING A BEAUTIFUL ASSORTMENT OF .,
/: Equal Length Terms of Town and I few days ago he said: I hasn't any initiative is not good and i
? Country Schools capital that needs government assistance -, SILKS AND SATINS, ALL COLORS, DRESS GOODSIN
"So far as I know, I am the only
"The taxpayers of the rural districts person except Mr. Roosevelt to enter I is of no ues to the country. : ALL THE LATEST PATTERNS FOR OLD AND i
;; being required to pay the same the vice-presidency without any previous "We might as well face this scare t YOUNG. WHITE CANVAS SHOES. THE DISPLAY
rate of taxation to the General'School information. I do not know much business now as at any time. It is. CONTAINS ACCURATE ILLUSTRATIONS OF THE

fund for school purposes' that is paid about parliametary procedure and I I"bound to come anyway. It don't SEASONS BEST AND, LATEST CREATIONS, AND
in the towns and cities, it is my opinion amount to anything for this country's
afraid that there shall be some
that the>country schools should be misunderstanding. But sometimes the prosperity is on too solid a basis to
;s maintained, from the said general Senate clerks succeed in getting me be scarde." WOMAN. CALL IN AND ACQUAINT YOURSELF 1

school fund for terms equal to those pretty badly tangled through their intentions WITH THE HIGH CHARACTER OF OUR GARMENTS '
provided for the town and city schools are of the best. For instance, WANTED. AND THE REASONABLE PRICESbanner's '
from this general fund. A. law shouldbe I use the wrong word. I think I am City lots In exchange for Upright .
piano. Used less than two months.6t .
passed so providing. using the right'wor4 but later some 'I
t 'Make Ladies Eligible For School Lock Box. 144, Orlando. ,
clerk will. send me a note saying:
Trustees 'You made a mistake that time:,You !
"I have no doubt in my mind thata should have said 'but' instead of 'and'. Money to loan on improved property. New York
great ladies would make S. Y. Way.
many "I, supporse I shall learn in time. I
most excellent local district school The vice-president is not worrying !
trustees. They are certainly interested . about the business outlook. Inspect Shannibarger's. big stock of: '
in the welfare and education of the "That scare has ot to stop," he Bicycle tires. Store'
: children. As there is no constitutional f Bargain
inhibition against a lady holding -; .
c office in Florida, it is within the pow-: 1UDiJi1m.!: WYWi...jIn1Im! MUliii: :..: rcmWI.'IIi'L"JiIi1.m:: :: : : :... 74111: I: T''lttL': :: ::! \

or of the Legislature to pass a law I CHAS LORD J.:1. BRAD HA\\; j t I ii If You Would be Posted be a Daily Visitor to this Store
making ,her eligible for election as a') i

school officer. Believing that in, many i i
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Ten per cent off on all linen and
lady upon the local board of sub-dis-\\ = I
; trict trustees,I recommend the enact-' \ wish to announce to our friends, and the public generally, | Lace at Hamilton & Dunn's.
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; jnent of a law which will permit them\ | that we have formed a partnership under the | .

representation upon said local boards.1 I above linn name, for a general fi r
With the,right to hold such offices ex !
I J. B. McKAY,
p tended to women, it will then be at
Real Estate and Insurance lI CONTRACTOR AND
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y as to whether or not they shall be .r
elected to such business and are centrally located in a ground floor office at Xo. 1I Superintend All Work.
places. "
I = f -, Prices That Are an
17 S. Orange Avenue, (formerly occupied by Hamilton & Dunn Inducement.All .
The Choctawhatchee river has been I Work Guaranteed.
rising rapidly at Carryville for the I Millinery), where we will be pleased'to meet all our old friends f
past three days,, but it was at a '
> and to make new ones ji MOTOCYCLESFour
standstill last night. The overflow I i

has covered the entire section of low Our list of city and acreage propertyis. : surpassed by none, : (t tnmiMtiiMHiimiii. H. P. Models $200.00
; lands on both sides of this town several i
: feet deep in water.-Carryville I .and we have-woi? exceptional bargains. COME AND SEE Us | ELI J A H HAND Seven H. P. Models, $250.00
y Note in Jacksonville Metropolis. i .
Lord & Bradshaw Funeral.Director CL R I-3 l. art
b, Michigan Legislature has passed a { f and Embalmer

: general statute permissive of come Hand Block, Pine St. Phone 35 !
mission government to cities that wish 1 17 S. ORANGE AVE. < ORLANDO, FLA. i iMHMIIIMMIIHHMMM ORLANDO, FLA. Agent for Orange CountyMIIMMMMIIHMMHMMHMtHMIimiMMMMH'

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Sentinel-lam' i favor of Homeseekers I
Editor :- TIlE
men .being honest ant paying, their OAKlAND I ITS A FAIR PROPOSITION r
debts but to make every man pay all
that he owes or pay cash as'he goes OPPORTUNITY
would in many instances. work a hard THE CAR TO.. ASSUME THAT YOU ARE
ship. I believe that the black list is
wrong in principle. The business men THAT EVERYBODY Trenton streets-two new and up-to-date and modern APPRECIATE OF THE VERY ;
can refuse credit to the dead beat of bungalows and a corner lot near Lake Dot will be sold '
the community without doing that TAIlING BEST. WE ARE SPECIAUSTS IN
together or separate at prices too low to mention here.
which will result in injury to some Prices and also my reason for selling will be given upon
men whom circumstances has made it ABOUTASK inspection of premises.. Cash or Terms. Fine opportunity Electrical Wireing and Motor Work
impossible for them to meet their ob for investment.. If not sold before May 1st, will be rented.
ligations.. The poor are always withus FOR BEM6NSTMTIONSEE NEWELL ELECTRICAL COMPANY
and should not be black listed if CLARENCE P. SMITH I
they are doing what they can to make i ARCADE BUILDING i .
good. I hope business. men will reconsider ____ CHURCH ST. '

for the honest poor. I MAGRUDEROscar I J.A pin is ordinarily a very small I imilMMIIMMIIHI PHONE 280 t
thing, but when it sticks in your tire .
THE ICEBERG PATROL. it amounts to a good deal. Vulco- : IF ITS ANYTHING IN .
Fiberine. will stop pin or nail punctures Co
The memory of the horrible sea tragedy instantly and prevent leaks. See DRUGS PHONEDeLANEY
which occurred on April 14, almost It demonstrated at the Hyer Stable, :
a year ago, has already this corner Orange and Central evenues. I
season borne fruit in action, the Hand DRUG
The Best is the Cheapest
British Board of Trade having senta DID YOU BUY? '

sturdy whaling vessel to patrol the & Son I overheard a prominent hardware : COMPANY --'-,....---.- '
North Atlantic and give wireless dealer say this morning to a prominent I SO GET THE BEST OF
warnings of iceburgs upon the trans- Successors to : Hand citizen of Orlando, I could have : QUICK DELIVERY. ""'C tJ.\t"'.... _
atlantic steamship lines. The United bought land at $2.50 and $5.00 but I
States coast survey is expected to cooperate FULL LINE OF COM did At not the do time it he referred to I sold i I''I Watkins Building. Paints and Wall Paper

in this measure of precaution.The PLETE HOUSE FURNISHINGS For an Orlando man several hundred Phone 2.Itif I
ice floes from the Artie are reported acres of land in Orange county for !
to be drifting into the path of: FLOO per acre, the same land is now r THE 1912 WALL PAPER IN SAMPLESIS r
li tlMIMIIillllliltliilllHflHIIIMIHIilllliilH
sold in 10 and tracts for,
twenty acre
the liners earlier than usual this year COME IN AND SEE US $30.00 per acre, and is cheap at this GRAND AND I WILL BE PLEASED ,.
and so. the iceberg, patrol has been price. | TO SHOW THEM. ALL YOU HAVE TO
commissioned none too soon. With What were the Orlando people buy-i
ing at that time? Gold mining stock i ,
wireless this
of modren
the aid
patrol '
\ If you had bought land could BRING THE SAMPLE TO YOUR HOME.
should perform a most valuable . . . . . . figure your profit. You knew some s
service. The commander of the Titanic Ie time ago your profit on the mining
had wireless warning of ice- ADVERTISE stock, without having to figure on it. ONE CIGAR THAT I ,
0 IF YOU 'I If you have not yet bought some, GEO. A. BARKER PHONE 268 : '
bergs, to be sure,but did not seem to
S Want a Cook 'I Orlando or Orange county property, & .
realize the peril sufficiently to reduce Want a Partner 'I there is still opportunities for large
the speed of the giant.liner to a safe C Want Situation 'I profits, and I can show you.I a sell that will -
can you i
If the commanders of other ,
rate. C Want a Servant Girl 'I make you money but your gold mining -,
liners should fail to, act upon the I C Want to Sell a Piano' stock will not buy it. i
'warnings of icebergs, as did the com 4. .Call and see me. :
mander the Titanic,the patrol boat, Want to Sell a Carriage '. CARL JANSEN, HAWLEY'SSTRAIGHTS EASTER
of WanttoSelTownProperty' Office over Dickson & Ives, Orange HIGH GRADE O[ MILLINER[ Y.!
of course, would fail of its purpose.i i' Want to Sell Your Groceries 4I' Avenue, Orlando,Fla. I .t
But profiting by the tragic fate of the Wut to Sell Your Hardware 4. The banks and the business men of b ..,
Orlando know me, if do not, ask 1
Titanic the officers in charge of the S Want customers for Anything 4I' you -
ocean, liners hereafter may be ex- Advertise Daily in This Piper'4 them.. \

pected to act promptly and wisely up- "S AdyertiainglstheWaytoSacoenS Shannibargers for bicycles and Get the best cigar at five 10 per cent off on all
and warning of ice- cents the
on any every Advertising Brings Customers sundries. next time you
bergs in their path. I S Advertising Keeps Customers want to smoke-judge for '
4 Linens and Laces
Ad'fertiIinlnnrea Success '4 yourself.
WANTED-Clean rags at this office.
The Florida''rim..Union says; C Advertising Shows Energy
"From a, plumbing standpoint, the a AdvertiiingShowsPluckAdvertising .
Hotel Mason; the foundations for a Is "Bis" Made in Orlando and sold t "it
which are now being ,placed at the S Advertise of Bust FRANK HYERS
: by all dealers
northwest corner of Bay and, Julia C Advertise Long Manufacturer of Artificial PSES
street,"will be one of the most ex I S Advertise WeUADVERTISE Stone, Fancy Columns and
pensively equipped hotels in the'S I Ornamental Work illlHIIMIIMIIillHMIMPatronize Agents for Barclay Corsets
South, it being estimated that $60,000 S At Once
will be expended on this one item I. ,IN THE SENTINEL. Livingston and Railroad I 1 .\
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alone" e '. a I Sentinel advertf:erL
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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. '


Reason Most. . <
Why r: .
A 6 .d '
00 Square Deal -:

People buy at Kin aid!'& Snow- J : :

Is what we all want for |!|our
because honestdollar's I M. N11jRL
den is they. get an

worth of merchandise for t money*

f k You get one here. We [carry
every dollar they spend, they

M in Stock more Home Furnishings '
are given a square deal 1 No .

than any other two furniturehouses
false promises, no reckless advertising ; y
in the city.

,no high prices .. .

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:Our trust 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 we refer to means confidence, faith and reliance

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

Now. is the time to ask. for it. Your credit is ,good. This big building IS packed {\with! Furniture andstoyes I
of description. .
._ 'every : _

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South Florida, SentinelMORNING Indiana newspapers, which doubt- ,

AND WEEKLY Sentinel believes that the cost less voice I the sentiment of the peo- '

I I of paving can be very materially reduced ple of that State, are jubilant overa

ar:. SUBSCRIPTION RATES I by making the paved part, in new law now operative there, 'that CHOOSE A. DIAMONDAs

the residence portions of the city is expected to cut the cost of living
twenty-four feet wide, instead of at- appreciably. It is a law that should be
; One year ,...... .. ..... .. .. ..$5.00 -
emfting to utilize the entire width. operative in every state in the union,
Six Months ..... ... ... .. ..... 2.50
The curbing can be placed out in the because it appears to be needed, whenas
4. Three Months ............. .... 1.25 You Would Choose FriendYou
street to such point as will leave a matter of fact it should not be a .
Per Week ..... .. ........... .10
twenty-four feet in the clear for paving necessary. It is a law providing that I

By new carrier in Orlando 50 tents per ,and the portion between the curb all commodities must be sold by
month. Daily and Sunday. and the side walk can be parked, sod- standard weights and measures, except carefully make sure in your own mind that a friend is worthy of 4

The Orlando Morning Sentinel can be found ded and planted to flowers by the such articles as usually are sold your confidence before you bestow it. Exercise the same discrimination _
r ID tale in Orlando at CnriU A O'Neal'. Book abutting property owers and a most by count. when choosing a diamond. I
Store. attractive street will thus be made, Under this law the consumer who I
We will appreciate prompt complaint if and all the street space that will be buys ice, for example, will not pay Just as time increases your valuation of a friend, so will it increase the

,: lelmry is not properly made by our carriers. needed for vehicles will be found in for what he does not get. He does intrinsic worth of your diamond, as diamond prices are constantly

x i Adevrtising rates will be furnished on ap that twenty-four feet Where side not have to pay for shrinkage. In advancing ,

plication. walks are not already laid for any buying berries in the box, if he pays t
We buy loose diamonds and skillfully set them in mountings of the
considerable unbroken stretch a pretty for a quart, a quart of the berries
For year by mail postage paid .......1.00 acting in the selection of the stones it offers. We esteem public confidence ,
id'ea is to lay the walk in the centerof must be delivered to him. A box hav-
Address Office 107 THE Court SENTINEL Street. Arcade Orlando Building Florida. this parkway. ing the dimensions of a quart on the as our strongest asset and wise diamond buyers have long since found an ,

Phone 24 These ideas are not original with outside, but with a raised bottom that advantage in making their investments according our selections.We .

.. the editor. People who have visited permits only a pint of berries to be 11
J. F. SCHUMANN. E4tor buy loose diamonds and skilfully set them in mountings of the "
>' JOSIAH FERRIS, Proprietor. great cities like Boston, Detroit, Indianapolis placed in the container, does not pass
patron's choosing.
- Denver and Salt Lake, for a quart of berries under this new ,I

WEDNESDAY, MARCH 26, 1913. know how much this manner of building law. The men who manufacture boxes 1

-- -- streets has contributed to the to supply shippers to deceive their DIAMOND RINGS, $10 to $500. DIAMOND PENDANTS, $6.25 up.

p| If you are afraid of living too long, beauty and convenience of these cities.If customers by short measurementmust DIAMOND SCARF PINS, $! to $65. DIAMOND CUFF LINKS, $3.50 up.
$ go to Texas. Olando will just get together and hereafter make honest measures i

o get busy during the next twenty-four of quantity or pay the penalty for . DIAMOND BRACELETS, $15 up.
'4 March is a good month in which ,to months the city will be made the most doing otherwise.The .

blow your money. beautiful in Florida.No law will compel the manu- ,
o man objects to spending money facture of containers of correct size. RELIABLE REPAIRING AND ENGRAVING BY AN ARTIST -

F Kickers are never rewarded. Lineup if: by so doing he increases his materIal As it has been heretofore in Indiana,

with the boosters.The wealth. By making good streets, and as it still is in other states, the ,

o and beautiful streets, property values retail dealers are frequently fpund
Mexican revolutionists seem to will be enhanced, the city will be a using under-size measures because i

favor the "fugative law." more desirable place to live, a greater they are sent them as true measures
o demand: will be created for propertyand by the manufacturers. The merchant T. U. Evans the Jeweler\

The social secretary in Washington' a prosperity will come to Orlando who uses a false peck measure in ,

has been given an outing. I that will benefit every tax payerof many instances does so unconsciously:

o the city. In other cases because competition j
The facts are bound to leak. out if The Board of Trade, the municipal forces him to do so. OPPOSITE POST OFFICE jt

.; the story won't hold, water. League and the Civic League, can While it is impossible to force dis- t

o revolutionize Orlando and, make it honestly inclined men to become absolutely .
Chicago has a population of 2,307- absolutely one of the most attractive honest, such laws as that just

L' 628 by the latest estimaters.o places to live in the United States. enacted by Indiana serve to limit the

o I I All these organizations are now thor- zone of their dishonest operations and
Goethals says the Panama ca- oughly inoculated with the get together
in the estimation of the consumer at
nal will open next fall, as expected. and move ahead spirit and least, every little helps. 'I

o good results may be expected.
oJ When the weight or measure of sToo'KINGS1&)
R. J. Holly for Postmaster. Will o
all commercial containers is compelledto
this be sufficient compensation for Mr. "THE'CITY BEAUTIFUL"
;4 Holly? ,- be marked on such packages the
f will know that the
consumer weightor ..
o This phrase is attached in the mindsof
measurement is right and if the
:. Harry'K. Thaw has .refused several many people to campaigns of senti- ,
prices are then raised he will know
offers to write for magazines. Must mentality, in which burdensome additions ,
that the weight or measurement is
be coming to his senses. to the tax rate are made on
right, and if the prices then
are For Day '
o' the plea of a beauty that proves costly e .
raised he will know where to locate
Now is the time to secure a seat on Neverthelss, in more places than
the New York' stock exchange. Theyare ever before the advent of the .spring responsibility and can operate' his
for lower cost of living and
offering,them at $45,000. season is seeing movements for cleaner campaign
from another angle.
.k o back yards, prizes for good gardening -

The most remarkable sensation of and disposition of eyesores.A .
the present season is that the peach business man wears good clothes PRIDE EveningWear

crop it up-to-date still unruined.. because he' wants to give an impres-

o sion of neatness and success. A town Pride is a large mental dwelling

It is always safe to trust to all the that allows its streets to be litered which never pains anybody but the

.l people But never safe to trust to the with waste paper and its back yards innocent bystander. We are assured
wishes of just few of them. with ash barrels looks like town
fi a a that it goes before a fall, but in every

o that is having a hard time to keep up community there are several striking ,
While President Wilson handles the with its competitors. instances where the fall failed to con- ,

reins of government, Vice-President Spring should be a time of publicas nect during the lifetime of the de !

Marshal will_ see to fixing the I blind- well as of private housecleaning.Let ceased. Generally speaking, pride is Our' Personal Guarantee ,

ers. the street employes see that ugly an inflatation of the sonorous cavity

o, litter is picked out of the streets. But where thought is supposed to' board. Accompanies Every Pair
Charles R. Crane, of Chicago may why need 'people expect public em-I,There is a good deal of loose pridein

go to China as ambassador., It may ployes to_ do everything for them? If this country that ought to be earning -

be remembered that he started once you see a piece of litter in front of wages. There is the young man

.' before. your house, why not pick it, up your- I' who is too proud to give his motherhis '

o self? arm in a crowded street, and the Marion B. Ives

Report comes that Congressman o girl whose pride won't permit her to

Claude L'Engle has sold "Dixie" to It is said that'farmers of Kentuckyare I do any of the housework' that her .

Robert McNamee, his I former business trying to get' away from the tobacco mother can*get to between meals. The ,

manager. habit, that is the growing of towns are full of scented youths in

o tobacco, which they say keeps the dazzling wardrobes who have so much EXCLUSIVE MILLINERY PARLORS
That Wholesale Brewers feel a deep farmer poor. Well the habit is a pride that they cannot consider a

interest in the welfare of "Harney growing one and it keeps men poor. proposition to mingle with a day's
county" none will deny. The reason -v work and retain thir self-respect. On Second Floor

thereof! is plain. Mr. John C. Jones, who has served the other hand, some people coulduse

W o his constituents faithfully as states a little more pride without wound-
I Exclude the tirade of abuse against : ing anybody's refined sensibilities.This .
attorney is now on his last trip on the
the "County ring" and will some one : is true of the dinner guest whose
East Coast. Our exchanges are full
from Sanford please arise and 'recite I Io of complimentary notices of his work jokes have the pungent flavor of the THE PRESIDENT ON TOBACCO.In THE H. H. P. STRAIGHTFor
their reasons for secession? vaudeville stage and the light-hearted
and none know his worth better than
his neighbors here in Orlando. comedian who throws out veiled hints one of his just published books,
Sale at all Cigar Stores
J. Pierpont Morgan is going to get o by placarding the bidegroom's trunk. President Wilson tells a pretty good
well, his doctor says. But most any The man who seeks a situation with story of trouble he got into with Orlando's Newest Cigar Made in Orlando.
The road to the East Coast is a need-
f physician would have a great deal of ed Conditions testimonials in the form of cigarettebutt some city friends for trying to place Havana and Florida WrappersTry
improvement present
confidence in a patient like Mr. Mor- and a celluloid collar would look public opinion geographically. The
themselves now that makes such a
One and Be Convinced
gagi better to a keen-eyed business man if story goes to show that the President -
road possible at small cost to Or-
o he would replace his humility with a is as capable of enjoying a
The Secretary of War was rash in ange county. It should require but fresh shave. A certain amount of joke on himself as on another. "I HERMAN H. PINDER MTg'r
little oratory to make duty plain to
having himself vaccinated at this time. pride is necessary to prevent this said that public opinion was not
Orange county commissioners on this 212 Sou th Orange
His sore arm may roil him up to the subject. world from running to shirt sleevesat typified on the streets of a busy

extent that he will want to fight Mex- the supper table and the open- city the story runs, "but was typi-
'; ico. necked kimono for afternoon dress. fied around the stove in a country FIGHT THE FLY. A new county with an office for
o Commission government is a live Some people have so much pride in store where a man sat and probably every agitator. ""Now this is what I

Girls employed in Senator Oliver's issue. Its value depends wholly on the their children that they take them out chewed tobacco and spat into a sawdust The warm weather is coming and call manifest destiny."

- Pittsburg mills.average $4.50 a week. form the of Charter for discussion provided. This is of school if the teacher objects to box, and made up, before they with it will come the fly. Also the 0

But a protective tariff can't make mil question It at will the mass being talked to in the language of the got through, what was the neigh- health authorities are beginning to There ate some places in Orlando
meeting Friday night not be
- liotires of everybody-not even in pool hall, while others have so little borhood opinion both about persons remind'the people of the war which where advertising is not necessary for
good judgment or good taste to

Fittsburg. from that meeting and pride in their sons and daughters that and events; and then, inadvertentlyhe should be waged against the fly. The odors speak louder than words.
o away they are perfectly satisfied if they get added this philosophical reflection
then criticise what is done whatis more we know about how the fly car- o
Tom Lawrence from Central Georgia not done. or I!I in before sunrise. When pride is fus- that, whatever might be said againstthe ries disease, the more important it is The suffragettes are taking to the

is looking over Orange county o ed with patriotism, a man can't, lookat chewing of tobacco, this at least that this warfare should be waged, stage. They seem to be able to fur

r lands with a view to investing in a the old flag without wishing that could be said ot it; that it gave a that everything possible be done to nish both tragedy and comedy In any
tract suitable for cotton in connec- The Boston News Bureau announced somebody would start a war. The man time to think between sentences. exterminate these insects and keep quantity desired.
Saturday that "A new college that righ kind'of pride is an indispensable Ever since then I have been repre-
tion with the Citrus fruit industry.The the home free from them. o
o will teach boys to become successful I stiffening to the human'backbone, but sented, particularly in the advertise- The best way to fight the fly is to Julian, the little son of M;, and
farmers and girls to be efficient wives the wrong kind is the poorest, adver- tobacco firms as in favorof
of ,
ments and to H. Blackburn of
county tax collector has issued destroy breeding places pre- Ms. C. Live Oak,
and mothers is President
planned by
., five hundred twenty-five automobile Vail of the American Telephone i his tisement a. man can carry about on the use of chewing tobacco. vent the creation of places about the narrowly,escaped serious injury a- few

licenses. Invariably the men paying pany." It is said that Mr. com-I person.A premises as permit the fly to develop.It days ago when he was knocked over
There are varieties of opinion on is not generally known that the by horses that being taken
t the license say,they are willing to pay tends to leave his 5000-acre farm in I some were
the license if that will help get better Lyndon, near St. Johnsbury, Vt, to man from "Aesthetic Hosting" every subject as'various as the Bonds fly travels but a short distance from through there loose.
roads.It the new college and endow ,it sufficiently -I' remarked that practically all of the I of the sea and the editor is supposedto his birthplace. A few hundred feet
o to provide for the new houses, in Orlando were patterns- be good to all these ideas, and we covers the range' of his activities off The Florida postmasters will'hold
expensesof of modern architecture. want to be, so the lack column is open the wing, so if people in a few blocks their next convention in St. August
is said that R. J. Hollers Post- maintaining it for all time. Sucha
: II o- to the entire public. Help yourself. take pains to have their premises absolutely ine.
office prdspects are looming up so plan would fill an undeveloped field
brightly that the,divisionists are fearful in the line of educational work. 'It There is.a rumor well founded that But don't throw any dangerous mis free'breeding, places, _and
sels. it,can,be done with but little trouble, Work is ,to begin within the
that the recommendation will be would, indeed, be, very generous on I Orlando is to have a suburban tourist : near
made before Holly delivers over the the part of Mr. Vail to provide for a hotel that will put the cap sheaf on they Will'be largely exempt from the future on another five-rtory building

# ; a'1iPw county. college on such practical lines. Orlando hotels ,Advertise fa the Sentinel fly ,nuisance. i in. Miami '- ,-.

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

r 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 Z / e them, buy.) No two hats alike, YOU WILL RECOGNIZE THE

: and all the shades and colors. EXTRA VALUES IN THEMAS

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


\ 1 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 I straws, and Panamas. Also everything needed in an

BUYERS ARE ARTISTS AT SELECTING APPROPRIATE neckwear of the latest style. EASTER: OUTFIT, and if you

will come in and make
'J1.'t3. You will need some of these your
things for your Easter outfit. wants konwn, we will try our
7 i Look fa hen before boyitg, best to satisfy you.
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Ten per cent off on all linen and Quite a number of:large real estate 4 itilllllltlilltHIMMMMMIMtiilMliMIIIIMIIiiHIMIIIilllllHMMit ti

,Lace at Hamilton & Dunn's. d eals were consummated yesterday.. :.
WADE .. I j. :
Mr. Geo. E. Bates, proprietor of Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Littlefield who ;
rilElL'NER ; the Altamonte hotel, transacted bush ave spent the winter at Duke Hall,i!

J..1 1 ORLANDO. FLA. I I iness in Orlando yesterday. 1,jft yesterday for their home in New i

I 1t Arthur S. Donnegan J. J. Griffin, rork.
and 'J. W. Miller came up from Kis- Among the guests arriving at the Yowell'sANNUAL

simmee yesterday on business. Ian: Juan last night were Messrs Jas- '! s
March magazines and newspapers
from all points. Curtis& O'Neal. | Mrs and Mrs. J. M. Nelson are I L Rothschild and H. L. Remoy, of J
prominent people from Lyman, Mass., Jew York. J
Mr. J. H. Estes, of Taft, was transacting I .
at the San Juan.
business in Orlando yesterday.. registered Work on the new residence for Mr.j .
Send your job printing to the' Sen- and Mrs. J. N. Vick on the corner jif j "
Capt. and Mrs. S. M. McIntyre, of
and office. All work guaranteed.
and Lake streets
Jackson was
Altamonte Springs were in Orlando ( I -
yesterday.Mr. Mrs. Jay W. Owens, of Edmontson, itarted yesterday.Mrs. ,
Canada, is in Orlando to, spend several -
C. H. Nelson, proprietor of the i I S. T. Hemming, Mrs. Louise .
of the'San Juan.
days a guest .
Nelson House at Taft, was in Orlando rudy, Mrs. Belia Merriwether, ,Mrs. ( !
yesterday.. Mr. R. P. Foley, proprietor of the ]fane Stanley and Mr. Francis Coopr t

}Ir. A. J. Cooley of Richmond, Vir- New Seminole hotel at Winter Park, of Shelbyville, Ky, left for their I
was in the city yesterday on busij Half-Price
ginia, is looking over orange land and j lome yesterday. i Remnent Sale
orange groves in this county. ness.Mr. As is required by law, the State'i j
Ten per cent off'on all Linen and F. J."Davenport, of St. Peters- and county tax books will close the ;
Lace at'Hamilton & Dunn's. burg, was among the arrivals in the ]last day of March. Do not put it off ,
city yesterday.: He is stopping at the until the last minute. Pay at once I 1
Mr. and, Mrs. W. P. Bartlett of San Juan. : ;
and avoid the unpleasantness of theanavoidable .
Charlotte, Virginia are in the I ,
city 'Shannibarger's for 'bicycles and i rush that always happens -I : 1111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111.I j>
visiting relatives and friends. 'IIIIIII"II
sundries. ]i at that time. I '
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Marion B. Ives, Orlando's wide Mr., C. B. Morgan, of Peoria, Ill., Phone 514 for your Gasoline and..; I I
awake proprietor of millinery, made a 'was, among the arrivals in Orlando I l)>>iL Prompt delivery.' I

business trip to Jacksonville yesterdayMr. ,yesterday. He is among,the guests Mr, and Mrs. E. E. Tetrick, of 251

'W. T. Champneys and Frank registered at the San Juan. Worthington,'W. Va., who are among Begins Tuesday larch

Soper, two of Apopkafs prominent Mr. T. P. Tolan, traveling freight I our most popular winter residents,t ; ,, :
business men were in ,Orlando yester- agent of the Seaboard Air Line with start today for a visit to points in ;
day.Mr. headquarters in Tampa, is in Or- the southern part of the state. They :

J. Vincent Mack, of Jacksonville lando today in the interests of his will return to Orlando before going

who is an engineer on the CoastLine road.We home for the summer. Closes Monday, March 31 "

between Jacksonville and Lees- do all kinds of Job printing. Money to loan on improved property.s .. "
burg, is in'the city visiting his father, Try us on your next Job. : : Y. Way.Hon. :
t '
Mr. Peter Mack. D. E. ,Glass, T. L Walker, J. D. Wm. D. Gorsline, who is [ iiiiunnHiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiONE 111111I11111111. !
Mr. W. H. Eaton, of 'Old Orchard O'Hern and C. P. Rice, popular traveling spending the winter at Orlando, 't

Beach, Maine, who has spent the win- i men of Tampa, arrived in Or- Florida, sends me a box of orangesby
ter in Orlando and while here purchased lando yesterday and are guests of ( postal card). Says he is havinga
considerable property started the San Juan. good time. Writes that Walter,A. WEEK OF i iJ

northward yesterday. Mr. Charles Tidtka, who has beenin Cook is at Orlando and enjoying him-

Orlando for several months and self. Mr. Cook is much improved in
Ten per cent off on all linen and
Lace at Hamilton who has let the contract for the build- health, all of which will be good news
& Dunn's.
ing of a fine home, accompanied by to the many friends of the Frankfort ACTUAL MONEY SAVING
Mrs. R. L Bunch' and daughter, his wife and daughters left for. their statesman.-Citizen, Ilion, N. Y. :

Miss Robert, who have been visitingin home in Toledo, Ohio, yesterday.Hot Inspect Shannibarger's big stock of
Tampa returned home yesterday. Bicycle tires. tf ,
cross buns. Hot cross buns.
They report an enjoyable visit with i4issi iuouiss iisuiiiiiests-& AT i
Rock's Bakery. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Buchen of Dal- '11111)1111111111111111111111"
Mrs. Bunch's sister. i
Mrs. L H. Hamblin and Mrs. Eliz- ton, Mass., who have been visitingMr.
Mr. W. J. Walker and family will abeth A. Black, who have been the and Msr. 0. A. McGetods, returnto
'leave today for their home in Muski- guests of Mrs. E. J. Temple for the their home, Monday. Mr. Buchen

gum, Mich. They have a very pleas- past ten days, will leave '''today for has business intrests in Jacksonville, The Big White StoreWhere
ant home in Lakeview a very pretty their home in West Roxbury, Mass. where he spent the winter. They madea
suburb of the City Beautiful, beyond Both Mrs. Hamblin and Mrs. Black tour of the smaller cities of Flori-

Russel's Point are delighted with the "City Beau- da and declare Orlando to,be the only ii

W. L. Gonsalis, of Newark, N. J. tiful," and so enthusiastic over its up-to-date hustling little city in the '
is in the ,city and will spend a few tropical fruits that they have sent state out side of Jacksonville, and will Your Dollars Do Double

days looking the city over. He came their wraps north by parcel post, tell his many friends in the frozen I

from Gainesville here, and he is loundin filling all available space in their north to come to Orlando. i.
his praise of the splendidly paved suit cases and hand bags with grape- TERRIFIC FLOODS

streets of Gainesville. What he says fruit and oranges. AND HEAVY STORMS
of Orlando streets is for private con- Hot cross buns. Hot cross buns. \
sideration. I Rock's Bakery.MHiiiimm I on nued..From Page One.

ing up the Ohio Valley from the west '
!early today, the third storm recorded THEATRE.
in ten days added several million dollars -
I -
to the damage already done in t '
"Don't Lie to Your Husband," Ea-
: Kentucky and in extensive districts
H IAMATTAISHIRTS : 'of Illinois, Ohio and Indiana. At sanaymedy. Rich in fun and

:, Louisville the wind shortly before 7 most, cleverly acted. Everything to i
"A Heart of the Forest," Vita- !
I o'clock attained a velocity of sixty
: drama. An Indian distinctly
: miles an hour. Accompanied by tor- graph story, -
and commendable
:;rential, rains the storm did damage interesting a :
with freshness, t
offering humanity
':in Louisville and Jefferson county
I,' alone amounting to about a quarter and the quality that holds'vboth heart IN LACES, EMBROIDERIES, SHIRTS, KI-

: of a million dollars. and mind. MONAS, UNDERWEAR. HEADQUARTERS ,
,Are recognized as the BEST thereforewe Joe" Edison
I "Superstitious -com- A
: Train service over the Monon rail- FOR HOUSEHOLD GOODS AND SCHOOL .
carry them. Our last shipment consistsof edy. A delightful farce, freshly con-
road between Louisville and Chicago
the very latest patterns and designs in :.i'[was annulled and other roads running ceived ,and interesting..
extra LONG. and SHORT sleeve lengths.We "Curious Scenes In India, Edison- -
: out of the city to the north experienc- "
are ready for your inspection. scenic. Glimpses of beautiful scenes
:I led considerable difficulty in maintaining -
curious in India. 1
any service at all. and things S

Reports,received at the local weather 3 Reels 3 f i

SCRUGGS & DICKSON bureau today indicate that the area'!! DEPARTMENT STORE
of greatest damage done by the storm Jacksonville is now entertainingthe I .
early today extends from St Louis first flotilla of submarines of the t '
eastward to' Cincinnati end north United States Navy. These marines OPPOSITE POST OFFICE {

THE MEN'S OUTFITTERS I ward to Indianapolis and. Toledo.I arrived Sunday morning, ,coming

Agents Dunlap Hats I Much colder weather with flurries of straight from Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, CALL and BE CONVINCED"LOW
snow in the northernmost sectionsare a more than 700-mile journey, which
TH1 HOME OF HART, SCHAFFNER ft: MARX predicted for the Central States was made in some seventy hours and
CLOTHING tonight and tomorrow. is one of the longest_continuous trips

io ever made by,.boats of this type order '
HliMIMIMHIMIItfr The Sentiael office all nigh. ,their, own power. 1.



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.. AFRAID OF THE CARTOON ]BUSINESS BOOSTERS NOTICE -= Experienced 1m.1'I------t ;. -
CLASSIFIED (man and'wife) want : .. ,- . .' -. -
Business Boosters (classified advertisements went of a European hotel, on salary, ,
The Indiana Senate, following the ; received after 10 o'clock or would rent good 'place. Address, I l
action,of the House, has passed a bill ]midnight,will heron in the "Too Late Hotel,:P.O. Box; _672, Orlando, Fla. ,3t :
which makes it a crime for a newspaper I to Classify" column. I
Boosters of five lines, or less Approximately To ,Heat-at 808 West street, ten :
to publish "any article or car- i 30 words time, 25
rooms more or less. Hot' and cold '
toon" tending to hold any person up I cents; three times 50 cents; one week
to ridicule or contempt (six daily and one weekly editions) water, electric lights Large' garden : 4.iooooEvery Bu'ick Users :
s Evidently the gentlemen of the :1.00;, one month, $3.00. of fruit H. W. HOWARD. ;

. General Assembly are afraid of the ;TO LET-Four room house in Concord WANTED-To buy second hand fur
press.. Men with clean consciences Park. Rent low. Apply to J. L. niture. 209 W. Pine St It,
Men who have :Frost, West Amelia Ave. 4t I ,
need fear no journal. For Rent:-:-Furnished large airy

,: something to hide are as much afraid ',FOR SALE-Corner property, close rooms for light house-keeping. Closein i One a BUICK BOOSTER
,of publicity as the devil is of holy in. East of railroad. House of 312 N. Main street Rent reason- i
water. eight rooms and bath; modern con- able. 4t
veniences. Twelve fruit trees on
Several '
years ago the lot A bargain at $4,000.00.
*' 'the sting of ridicule, smarting under ,Address, "Owner," P. 0. Box, No. For Rent-Six room house $10.00

.. f contempt of the cartoonist, Matthew 225, City. 6t per month, also furnished rooms II

t Quay, senator from Pennsylvania and FOR SALE-Small seedling orange cheap. 209 West Pine. .

political boss of the state, had enact- trees in any quantity at five cents
ed similar law prohibiting the pub- WANTED-Teamster, several week
a each. G. T. HULL,
hauling ,
oranges good wages,
lication of political cartoons in 'that Pine Castle roa/L. Inquire at 103 E. Robinson avenue., 3DD .
state. -- Orlando, Florida. A. A. Gould.
FOR SALE-House and lot, south
It is not to be doubted that ridiculeis
side of Lake Eola, corner Washington WANTED-Old Mirriore resilvered,
the most effective weapon that! can and East street five blocks east making them as good as new. New
be used in criticizing the actions of of court-house, 'Two 'stories semi- ones made to order by the latest improved BUICK"Y4'
log house, living room, dining room; French
men, men themselves or the works of process and damp
t' pantry and kitchen first floor, four proof backing put on them. Send
men. large airy bed rooms and bath onsecond postal, name and address to ,H. A.
r The best play can be killed with floor. One of the handsomest Royston, and I will call and take your
' : ridicule.It houses in the best location in order. Mar22-lm I
Orlando. 1623.
is related that a few years ago a
Lost-Somewhere between
young Russian actor appeared in Lon FOR SALE-Good Horse Carriageand LaW-I There is a certain prestige that owning your own
hotel Church street
rence on
don, presenting "Hamlet" He gave Harness For'work on driv- .
his own peculiar verson of the Shakes- ing. to Wm. ,Halloway, Win- ange avenue, a ladies small gold motor car gives you in your community.
ter Park Fla. 12t watch. Finder return to this office
pearean play, which was really most
and receive liberal reward.
commendable, but one critic in com- BUY a lot in Thornton Park, a nice There is a certain satisfaction in knowing you
menting upon the performance sarcastically suburb in east part of the city. Carl WANTED-To buy small grove five i\ ,
remarked that the performance Jensen. : to ten acres. Must be a_bargainand own a car that wiD take you anywhere and bringII'
accessible to Orlando. State location -
of the gentleman was finished, FOR'SALE-40 acres of fine land in I and cash price in first letter.i you back. It is this quality of dependability which
and'then added that he, also, was Volusia County, near station and Owners only. P. 0. Box 353 Orlando,I I
finished so far as London was con- fine lake; $500.. Terms. J. B. McKay, Fla. 243t. has put 110,000 Buicks on the'road, and it is this
cerned. This little sting caused the city. 1 For Sale-I corner,lot, six room I
same quality of which has
dependability made
engagement to fall Had he written FOR SALE-New seven-room house house, $1,350.00, if taken before April I
4 an uncomplimentary,criticism, severe- with all modern conveniences. E.I 209 West Pine. I : every one of those 110,000 Buick users a Buick '

ly condemning the interpretation, of H. Gore, 409 Anderson St 7t. .1 I. .
WANTED Clean Cotton the
the role, it would have excited public FORSAL&aerea with five-room Seatinel-Office. Rags I

attention, but the little sting of ridi- :house on railroad only few hundred s '
cule did more than all the censors feet from stopping place. Plenty of ; The Buick overhead valve motor has more power
: shade and small shrubbery. Ten to '
could have
g accomplished. ,twelve bearing orange trees pears WELCOME TO ... per cubic inch of piston displacement than any \
During the late presidential cam- and other small fruits. Good hunt-
.; paign MeCaule/s cartoons in the New ing and fishing, and especially suitedto other type of motor ever built. It costs us more
York World did more to defeat Roosevelt those who come to Florida for the ROYAL PALMBARBER .
than editorial which possibly winter and like the country life with to make it but costs you less to run it. .
any easy access to town. J. P. Perkins,
f.,{ r could have written. Orlando, Fla. General Delivery.' SHOPModern
,The cartoon Is a dangerous weapon.
People who are not intelecctually blessed OAK HILL is the beautiful subdivision and ROADSTERS AND TOURING CARS, $950 TO $1650, F. 0. B.
to the Northeast of the city and! Complete.
that understand and ORLANDO.
so they can Catalogue on Request.
I still have some choice lots there.
Everything new, individual
appreciate serious editorial look and Carl Jensen.WANTED .
laugh and in ,influenced by the car-: 1 electric attachments at every
chair. No stone has been left ,
toon. To rent for one year or ,
; more,-eight room house centrally unturned to make this shop
i That the cartoon can sometimes be located. M. C. Broome, Orlando, Fla.I I meet th erequirements of the
absurd is possibly true, but few news- Box 673. Iw.15-22'' Cook Automobile Co.
papers will wilfully abuse their power. most particular. Plenty, of I .
WANTED-By experienced man. Position -"I room. Courteous attendants. I .
,The members of the Indiana Legislature -
as floral and landscape gardener -I
were perhaps apprehending an the taking care of gentleman's ELIJAH WHITEHEAD, Orlando Florida
exposure of some sort, or probably places during summer, or permanent, Proprietor. ,
4. they had been dabbling with forbidden not for a home, would live on placeIf Orange AYe., Orlando, Fla. In. ..
so desired, or as janitor of public'buildingi"
fruit and feared
exposure. Strictly temperate. Ad- .
There are few men in this world dress Philip Bunn, Orlando, Fla. 7t.

who, can. withstand.. .ridicule, and the ---,--
I ___ _
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But to prohibit the publication of

cartoons is interfering with the rightsof 1 THE

a free press in this country.


y The movement for vocational education j\ Merchants who use Electric Signs never lose
r in this country is now in full
; ,*1n& Six states already have more their way by choosing the wrong road to suc-

or lets complete systems of vocational cess. You simply cannot fail to attract new

training and a number of othersare if Electric It
customers you use an Sign. acts
considering legislation to introduce
into the public schools work that like an irresistible magnet, drawing all the

-' will fit the boys and girlS more: direct- trade within its reach: That is the reason I

ly for earning a living In order to THE LAST WEEK they command the attention of buyers. '
aid In ,the movement the national soctetj I

; ; for the promotion of industrial
For Store OwnerNo
education has issued a brief, explicit I Every

w statement of what It considers the the last week of
the best for our
While have not saved
main principles that, should underliethe we i matter how small his business, the Electric *

proposed legislation, and the these remaining Sign is the cheapest and most effective i
United States bureau* of education, ,Mill End Sale, yet the values we, offer you during advertising.Phone t

while not giving official endorsement I I
to the program as" a whole, is send- : few days make the Final Windup the Climax of Bargain for our Sign Designer to- call andl:subt

ing copies of the pamphlets to those : mit a sketch.
:who apply for it. Giving No Trouble to Us.--No Expense to You.


i ago The the for mass Citizens the meeting purpose of Orlando held considering some: months WILL APPEAL TO YOU I W T[ & lI T CO5

the commission form of government .

provided for the appointment of a COOK WITH GAS
committee of ten citizens whose duty L I

it was to draft a suitable charter and SAAAAAA AAAAbalAAAOAe!

submit same ,for discussion to a fu- MEN'S CLOTHING, LADIES' HATS FURNISHINGS - .. ---.....;

ture public meeting of our citizens. MEN'S SHOES LADIES SHOESUNDERWEAR SHEETS ....... ..... ........................ ..............
This committee, has just notified me
: that they are ready to make a report MEN'S HATSMEN'S TOWELS l

and in obedience to your action it,is' SPREADS Mooe t Church St:
1 my duty to give public'notiee that amass

meeting of the citizens will, be MEN'S UNDERWEAR CORSETS TABLE LINENS I t

held at.the. Orlando Opera House next

Friday night- 28th instant TO FORMER CUSTOMERS OF THIS
: I sincerely ,trust that a large
assemblage will be ,present as ,I regard ,

ti'- government this proposed the change most of vital municipal progressive - Come To.Day .Come MOTH Come Eveiy[ Day WE EARNESTLY ARE OPEN REQUEST FOR 'BUSINESS THAT, AND YOU t

step which our city has yet CALL AND,SEE OUR LINE OF GOODS, ,

t- undertaken. Let everyone come and OF WHICH WE HAVE A FRESH
carefully consider each provision of
1 Sup ySIGHTlR
I this proposed charter. Ladies especially ,

',; GEO.welcome.,Secretary.C. KELLER S. Y., WAY Chairman., TAE gAMMUND: & BUNtECOMFANY! [ ORUS" Piopst Phone 635 I

Whenever you want painting ,oi ...... &..................................................

papering ':done in a first das man , I I ti
ner, it will-pay: yon to call on W. T. -

Entrictn, 28 East, Pine, street .
II) m' .l R THE IEWS

usual The spring devastation_floods and are bringing'loss of their Kfe Sentinel Want Ads Pay Advertisers '. 3

,along the great:ritefe of the,south.
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VACCINE- 'AM&EBUM-'- -,,THE-. DIF :'iiTilfii'i.'..r..,...,.." ,',i,",fll'i',, -iii .1.ii II.ii I-I ''---' .

!;', f ', FlllNCE -- I.' : YOU BUY .

"The Nature of' Vaccines, Sera andTuberculins E. .sifEi' z
with Special Refrenee to

their use ni the Treatment or Tuber '
culosis" is the title of a timely ar-
ticle which will appear in the April IS ALMOST HERE AND IF,YOU NEED ANYTHING IN

issue of the Joutnal of the Outdoor THE LINE OF UP TO DATE DRY GOODS, CLOTHING,
Life, the Anti-Tuberculosis MagazineNew {
r( York). ,The article is written HA1S AND SHOES, ALSO LADIES READY TO WEAR : Invested With Us Is

by a well known authority' on clinical DRESSES OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS COME TO B. SALO Spent. Give Us the

:pathology. MON. SATISFACTION GUARANTEED OR MONEY of Being the'Source
The author states that the use of Supply.
bacteriological preparations, such, as REFUNDED.
Cannot Judge Ue Unless
vaccines and scares twofold, both for
What We Have, and
'the purpose of producing immunity j Always Glad To Show
against diseases and also for the"purpose B. Salomon .
of assisting in the cure of certain ,
disease processes. They are used both Cannot Judge Us Unless
upo. nhealthy and upon sick persons. "MIIIIIMiiMMM I. ffll " or Need Anything In Our
A serum may be defined as a fluid ...:. We Are Sure We Can
separated from the ,clot of blood of You. If You Don't Need
some animal which has previouslybeen ; We Are Just As Glad
immunized against the germ or You Come Into Our

poison of a certain disease such as ORLANDO BANK a TRUST COMf
diphtheria, or hay fever. It is ad- -WORK IS
ministered to cure a disease processin AND ACCUR-
the human body ofter the disease 'Ii EVERYTHING ISGUARANTEED
has already developed and is not des- Capital art, Surplus, and Undivided Profits $120,060.00. .

ignated as a preventive. Total Resources over TI1ree- Barters of a
A ,vaccine on the other hand is a
weakened poison or virus of a cetrain
Report of the Condition
disease such as smallpox or hydro- & Co.
phobia, which is taken from a calfor rnr Bank and Trust Co.,
some other animal amicted with s From Report to
the disease in question. During the
; er 4,1913RESOURCES
process of the disease in the 'animal JEWELERS
the poison which the germs' of the
disease cast off, becomes attenuated. : Loans and Discounts...
Then, when it is inoculated into the f; '[ : Overdarfta ............. Florida

human body, a protective reaction of rf f- ". ; Stocks and Bonds ......
the healthy tissues against this poison ;' Real Estate, Furniture
follows and an immunity against the r Fixtures ... ......... .
disease is thus produced. A vaccineof y *4 Cash on hand and in t

this character is designated for #4 ri
use only i na healthy body and is not '
for use after the active symptoms of J LIABILITIES A H T RE
the disease appear. Capital Stock ..........
The term vaccine is also used in Surplus and

; ... ...... ..
some cases to apply to attenuated ",y Profits .
germs which have been weakened, # Deposits ... ........... South and Hughey Sts. ,
usually by heating or otherwise. These ..
preparations are also called "bacterial AND SELL FOR CASH.
vaccines," or bacterins, in distinction I I I ,, We invite the attention DOWN AND CONSEI.I I.
jipia ,
from virus-vaccines. These bacterial
,. tomers and friends to KEEP OUR PRICES DOWN
vaccines are employed not only for -
above and wish to
inoculating, the healthy individual in I
we appreciate their Our Prone No. is
order to protect against Infectious I \
+ ask for a continuance of
disease, such ,as typhoid fever, the I
Don't forget that our Have Prompt Attention, and will be
'plague, or tuberculosis ; bias also for - __._ . insured.A to Any Part of the City. ,
Inoculating the diseased body in orderto I .
cordial invitation is
stimulate, the production of nature
Proprietor ORLANDO FLA.
visitors in our city to
protective substances when the
Unite States.Govenneat. ,State and County Depository. an account with us. '
ceases of nature apparently are
working sufficiently actively prQ-1 L. .

recovery. _. 0.. ,0 ,, , , ,. ,, ,,.
Tuberculin, of which there are a ... I
c considerable number of, varieties is .. .k"t'

a preparation tuberculosis made, so treated from the that germsof the [ I A I[ fOR SALE[ i

poison ordinarily produced by these W. M. I:: :, 1
bacilli is killed or rendered innocuous. ,.
Tuberculin really'a distinct kind'of i
bacterial vaccine used in the treat- of Orlando's Growth is ,
ment of tuberculosis, and has been :
Lewter's Addition and
employed both for therapeutic and .

preventive purposes. Our New Spring Stock is Park are there. Near by

Hill. Let me show
: you. :
WAVES THE PERQUISITES And we will offer to you a Choice Selection of High Class Goods : b
Woodrow Wilson has decided that' GOODS as well as FANCY SILKS, and FI DRESS GOODS
the office of President does not require HOSIERY IN SILK. LISLE AND COTTON, and the'Many Accessories :: : Y
a yacht Accordingly, the U. S. that Women.Use. ' Lewter
S. Mayflower, which since the early .
Roosevelt days has been at presi- ,,
Bargains Six Days in Every . _. _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ i
dential disposal, will be cut loose from : - .- - - ....'............'.. .. .. .. --- - - -' "- - '.1 t:
White House moorings. When duty
requires the President to' go to sea We carry all the time a large stock of SHOES of the '
he will use any ship of the navy that makes and newest styles. KING QUALITY MEN'S SHOES.CRADDQCK t
happens to be available.The TERRY'S' WOMEN'S SHOES AND CHILDREN'S .
President has also decided to SHOES. NONE BETrER'ARE' SOLD IN ;:

shun the theatrical pass and the baseball MARKET 'j
complimentary. When 'he goes 'SCHLOSS BROS. FINE SUITS FOR MEN at $15.00, $ A'GENTSI
to a show he will pay his way. Andon $25.00 and $30.00 are unsurpassed for STYLE FIT .1

sizzling afternoons, when Walter QUALITY. Souvenir and Curio Store
Johnson:is "carded to twirl" the Presi- ' LORD BALTIMORE BOYS' SUITS WILL BE SURE ,

dent""will take his place 'in''the line, PLEASE YOU. 22 WEST CHURCH STREET '

lay down the price when ,finally he .- ,
reaches the window, proffer his ticket
at'the.gate and root or'knock as'the '

occasion justifies, " you and W. MSLEM I ARMSTRONG 4

j o. .. I
L"The President's contempt for perquisites I PICTURE FRAMER of Orlando
which have become official
traditions will be variously construed. I PINe S REeT ::1 i_ I

Cynics will venture that he is "play FOR CONSIDERATION BY GOOD directly on the brain and spinal cord, i gars. Why our "
ing to the galleries." There is no MEN and is infiniately more visions than I cigars, and he ..
manner of doubt'that his attitude will opium. i The mother
'be approved popularly. But as re- Are You Willing to Help,Good Boys? Soon after the introduction of tobacco (ent telling Musical
rgards the yacht and the gold'lace attendants Facts of Study, t into England,'King James wrote j ja I that she was Extravaganza
with whom, by the way, The greatest bane of the South is "Couterblast' to Tobacco," pleading'the boys by
;President Wilson has also concludedto the cigarette.A ' dispense-well, they betray a taste getnleman fromOhio, a few days barbarious Indians in so' wild and I that moment, _
B0tf altogether:compatible with our since stated to the edtior.of this,paper I 'slavish a,custom. "Shall we," said he, mother trying ?
'tendency since the Colonel breezed II that he would like to make a home in|'!l"who have been so long civil and I boys into

gayly In has, been. grand-ducal: andValmost Florida but that he had three boys[wealthy in peace, invincible in war, threw away
regal. The present IS'as good I and he did nQt want them to become i shall we, I say, debase.'ourselves 'so I four boys I
't time aVtny to'stop'that gift, and victims'of uie"igarette habit and that far as to imitate the beastly savages ie did quit
Woodrow Wilson has both the courage habit seemed fixed upon'the state and slaves 'to the Spanish and the refuseof "I will not

'and the sense of fitness'to stop it, be that even, good men 'seemingly en- ,the world." Robert ,BEAUTIFUL"t
'the motives Interpreted,how they may courage and abet the habit About this time the Duke of Mos I'll never .
It ;is an indisputed fact' that the cow forbade his subjects the 'use of I filthy !
I People in the Cast 125.
The management 'of the Detroit- cheap cigarettes and Dukes' Mixturesare tobacco, and asecond'offense'was punishable But when,.he .
Hotel in St. Petersburg has accepteda made from old cigar stumps, the by death. Is it worse for a and
filth of the streets and cuspidors. child to smoke cigarettes than 'for a And his own '
set of plans for a sixty room man K IT WAIT FOR IT !
to4ti already large building While the hfgbpriced ones contain : to.smoke cigars? Poor Robert rI
about 60000.: The deadly drugs. The history of cigarette A widow, finding ''cigarettes in her I
which will cost
fiends is known to all boy's pockets, on'asking them aboutit rTheatre st
addition will be built .as a separate For April \ __
for which they confessed to
t iAee. The'struetura1 work will be "Turkish Cigarettes, 'smoking whenever For
fancy prices are paid, contain shredded they had a chance. When she
of brick in, an effort tomake '
it.absolutely'fireproof throughout 'hemp 'rope collected. bl..'quack told'.-them the harm it would do to Orange dwellings or fa ,
*i '-, dealers from the refuse of ships and them, they"said: "We. don't mean always'to bulging good
} ; ;; I This 'heap has an smoke dgate tes. When ings. Can
FOR SALE tftw ;- n house, ship yards. /rope we 'Prin
with all : eme lts.! oil'more:poisonous tluErl.thet eitber.of get big and earn money, we 'will sired.Address' Ur8 no 'your Jo ng
$3,000.. 'W"I' takeatomoWe'in part' the"'tobacco 'or,poppy 'plants! It!acts, change to cigars. Good men smoke ci-lmo.17-17 I -
PI>: t ,"ii; ,care Sentinel "r ..t. '

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Louis C. Massey, President Reports Show Spendid Work Duringthe

S. Wattn How*, CuUer Past Year. .
T. Pfcton War ow Vkc.Pra.
Samuel A.Newell;Au't Caihier The twelfth annual meeting of the '
C. An't
Howard Bibcock > S-
1 'y- [Honda Audubon Society took placeyesterday ',' ', . ; '
dj afternoon at "Hiawatha I :;

; THESTATE :,rove," the beautiful home of the ___ \ I
ate tyr., Dommerick, at Maitland, : ; J.,

ind was attended by numbers of invested ..

; people as well as by the

a egular members.
L White flags marked the pathway

;ihrough the blossom ladened orange :

;rees to a charming spot on the lawn
verlooking the lake, and here, under .

of Orlando the shade of giant oaks, magnolia and . iJ

palm trees, Dr. Blackman, presidentf .
How times have heard and
} .the society, called the meeting to many you

>rder. possibly made that exclamation! and .

f, : ESWBLISltf 1893THIs In opening, Dr. Blackman spoke I

most gratefully of a gift of five hundred -

.a dollars sent by the, National Audubon "IT IS NOT WHAT YOU EARN BUT WHAT YOU

the oldest Bank i in.Orlando, has had nearly Association through its secretary SAVE THAT COUNTS .,

Mr. T. Gilbert Pierson, of New

twenty years of experience of banking in this York, to be used to pay half the ex- .

section ol Florida. It offers its services to all,! wish- penses of "Field Agent" in Florida Ten ,cents saved each day for ten years will
this winter. The other half is to be

' ing to transact business with a bank. carefully con- paid by the state society, and two give you a bank account of nearly half a a .

gifts of one hundred dollars each thousand dollars if de-
ducted on conservative banking principles.We your savings are
made a splendid start for the fund.

After much difficulty in finding anyone posited each month with

draw drafts on all parts of the world and buy for the position,. it was a delightto i.

be able to secure the services of
and sell domestic exchange.Our Miss Catherine Stewart of Alexandria
Va., who has been the National I[ PEOPLES[ NATIONAL l BANI i

correspondents, with many others, include Field agent in her own state, for this
work in Florida.

:- the National .Park Bank, New York; First National Miss ,Stewart has just returned Four per cent interest compounded quar- ; .

t Bank, Philadelphia; Third National Bank, Atlanta; from a tour through many of the cities terly upon Savings Accounts. $1 opens an r r I

in the south-western portion of: account. Open yours with us today!

3 Merchants Mechanics National Bank, Baltimore; the state and at the request of Dr.

National Bank Blackman, gave a most interesting J
2j Continental & Commercial Chicago:
account of her success in the various

National Bank of Commerce, St. Louis. schools and clubs before which she

lectured. A most 'important thing I. .

Miss Stewart, thinks is to impress -
We Pay 4 per cent Iaterest OB Sayings AccountstllilHIIilllllllMMIIIIIIIIIHIM 'I. '
instructors the fact that for- '
upon .'. '
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estry and nature study are vital subjects or '; .:', c-.i ;. .

iiiiiiimm which should be taught to children .,; .. .- ._ .' .. _./t,, '" < ' :-'.

in all grades, and when peopleonce
i I realize that the matin, robin and
other birds which are commonly considered
& The members of the Beau-Not Club Woman's Home and Foreign I Y
I enemies to growers, are really -
:were pleasantly entertained yesterday Missionary Society of the Presbyterian -
afternoon by Mrs. E. J. Templeat I church commemorated the David helpers, their wholesale destruc- .
tionwill be brought to an end. Duringher
her home Lake street
on Monday afternoon -
twelve Miss Livingstone- .. .centenary ... trips. Miss Stewart visited M it-
Of the players present,
I in the lecture room a large -- - --- -
of Mrs.Jrlall01'1 1 land, Winter Park, Orlando, Kissim- :
i McCormick house guest
a members and
number, of guests. presI Bartow Arcadia Punta Gorda CIVIC LEAGUEThe .
.. I mee, ,
made the highest score.
nt Mrs. J. 8. Magruder, president '
at Fort Myers, Tampa, Bra-
The dainty refreshments served the Executive Board of the
of meeting.
the close of the games consisted ofpunch David Livingstone was born March I dentown and St Petersburg, forming ,Women's Civic League met at the COMPLETE
branches of the Audu-
sandwiches and cake. Scotland. A many junior Presbyterian lecture room March 25,
19, 1813 at Blantyre,
bon Society in these places, and beingso STOCK
man of humble home and family who successful to enlist the aid of 1913.Mrs.
Unity Circle opened a whole continent to civilization Laughlin reported balance in or
one senator and several representatives
and the gospel and to whom a bank of $186.70. Money turned in by

Unity Circle this afternoon at nation paid tribute when his body was for the bill which is to be presented tea room committee, $60. Dues, one

f Unity Chapel laid with high honors in Westminster at the next legislature.; dollar, making a total of $247.70. in

s This will be Miss Gordon's last In the history of modern An especially pleasing feature'of the treasury to date.
the meeting was the music given bya
h meeting with the Circle as she returns missions, there is no greater name Mrs. Edwards, 'chairman of sani- Spring
double quartette from the Rollins
north next Tuesday. than that of David Livingstone, Mis- tation committee, reported having had
Glee Club. Their first selection
f The subject this afternoon will be a traveler College work done around Lake
sionary, philanthropistAn some
'Tis Morn', was heartily en- EOla.1
t "Personal Experience.1"All interesting program had been She also visited the high Styles
to cored and followed by the ever amus-
and friends
members urged
and much the of inspection and we were '
prepared was enjoyed by I ing tale of the "Three Little Pigs." purpose

:r be present those participating. Mrs. T. C. Whit- Later in the afternoon the young very glad to hear her say the plumb-

r man gave a map of Africa in the time ing and sanitary conditions of the
AT THE FAVORITE men were again requested to sing and
when Livingstone first went there, school were very satisfactory but -
responded most delightfully.
1841, and also two later dates, show- Mrs. Edwards also made the report FASHIONABLE
ii 'Four big reels today. ing Livingstone's three journeys all President Blackman made loving that the people walking around the

i.. The ,Lure of the Cityy (Reliance) traced in different colored ink and I mention of Mr. Dommerick, whose city were careless about their trashas ANDBECOMING

Drama. the names of rivers that he 'discover- personal service as well as generous she had found orange peeling, pea-
Brains vs. Brawn (Thanhouser) help financially has been the great-
ed and stations through which he nut shucks and papers on the ground
Comedy. traveled. est encouragement to the Audubon and a trash can near. by. We would
The due in' the '''Dust (Majestic) Society in Florida in years past, and
Mrs. F. W. Bellows gave an inter- like to ask every one to help'keep Or-

; Drama. esting reading entitled "David Liv- by whose death the organization has lando clean by putting all trash in Straw

labels Adventures (Keystone) suffered a terrible loss. Five thous- _
ingstone from the prologue, "Pa the cans that have been provided for
.. Comedy, geant of Darkness." and dollars has been given to the Society that purpose.

Don't min any of .these shows, "Thl Live of Livingstone," by Mrs. by the heirs of Mr. Dommer Mrs. Warlow t gave a good report S Hats

'. Our priw to aU 5c. .... *,." W. F. Story wad intensely Interest,I ick, the interest. from. which be from the tea room. She also said the
- ..'.. : spent in work in the state.
eTO ing and thrilling I!-**I- Municipal League asked that a com- __
THE LOCAL FIRE INSURANCE In the past year an effort has been Civic be
A solo by Miss Susie Magruder, mittee from the League appointed -
AGENTS OF FLORIDALive made to bring the National and State with them in regard -
"Callest Thou Thus, Oh Master," by to confer
organizations for the protection of
I Geo. A. Meitzke was very appreci- to the pure food laws.
Florida March 25.-The birds into closer relations with each
Oak then Mrs.
ative and beautifully rendered. The president presented
p Florida Local Underwriters' Associa- : other, and another important featureof the State Fed-
Earle ex-president
Mrs. Kuhl "Livingstone's Life &
gave, Brown
tion will be held in this City March of Prayer," which was a beautiful the year's work is the enlargingof eration of Women's Clubs of Indiana LartigueSTATE

24th and 25th, 1913. story of a spirit filled Christian's life the Executive Committee. This and she gave us a very pleasing and

An excellent program has been ar- and one knows that he was now has members from all parts of instructive talk. She said the Feder-
for this meeting and of the state, the new ones added being divided into
ranged many found dead on his knees in prayer. ation of Indiana was
the members of the Association Mrs. Kirk Monroe, Cocoanut Grove; Education con-
prominent Mrs. Eldridge had prepared white, three departments. ,
will be in attendance.. Mrs. Tibbetts, St Petersburg; Mrs. servation and legislation, but they -
and black ribbons, showing by
} green Coleson, Bradentown Mr. Chamberlain : ENCAMPMENT THE G.
the bet
Several subjects looking to their length the strength of the different did not affiliate with the House-wives
local conditionin Daytona; and Mrs. C. H. Morse, and A. R. OF FLORIDAOn
terment of the Agents' religions. An inch represented League and after much patience EVERYTHING

this State will be discussed, and no a million people. The white rib- of Winter Park. perseverance on the part of her home

doubt several important recommendations The secretary, Mrs. Isaac Vander- league they had succeeded in gettinga Tuesday and Wednesday, April
bon was Christians, and was nine the annual -IN-
will be made asking the Legislature pool, of Maitland, gave a most interesting curfew ordinance passed and they 1st and 2nd encampmentof .
inches long. The green, Mohamme- will be held e
the G. A. R. of Florida
for the enactment of laws of of what has beena While '
report had found it to be a great help.
don inches and the black,
at St. Petersburg, to which all the old
interest to all Agents. banner year, and this was followed they have never had commission formof FEEDFOR
the Heathen, eighty inches. So it in-
) Live Oak is making preparation to l lS by a statement from Mrs. L B. government she was heartily in soldiers in the state are cordially
tells the story plainly that there are I attend. The fare Orlando to
give the visitors a very pleasant time I million heathen who have Bromson, showing a balance of over favor of it. Mrs. Earle thinks that i it vited to

. during their stay in this City. The eighty yet eight hundred dollars in the treas- will be a great uplift for the Civic St. Petersburg will be $3.30 one way -
not heard the gospel.
and meals
Hotel rates $2.00 for room
Chamber of Commerce, assisted by I I Mrs. Stagg told "Why We Cele- ury.Resolutions League of Orlando to entertain the for An,I
and 50 cents only.
the Local Board will that nothing offered Mr. Women's Clubs room
see were by State Federation of
brate This Man, not only for what LIVE[ STOCK
effort will be made to have the meeting
: is left undone for your, comfort and he achieved, but for his grand and I II Comstock and Mr. Morse, which were and to have them as our guests will here next
convenience. I accepted short talks given by to The men year.
.5 : beautiful Christian life and childlike ; were be a great pleasure us.

We are anxious indeed for you to faith and trust in his God; also for Mrs. Monroe and Mr. Chamberlainand of the city having a higher opinion of I

attend this meeting and extend to his example. a report from St Petersburg read the home league afterward. She said Mrs. A. A. Smith and children have LAUBACHThe

you a most cordial invitation to meet "The Needs of Africa Today," and by Mrs. Blackman. The officers were there should be several committees I gone to Lakeland, where Mr.. Smith

with us. "What Can We Do To Help Save all re-elected for the coming year, appointed, but the most important .is now engaged in business. Grain Man.
The Convention will be wound and after of the business commit
r up disposing would be the entertainment .
Africa? was by Mrs. J. W. Ander-
Street Ftae
with a big fish fry and a good time son. She spoke of the work which session, the visitors were invited' to tee. She had been one of a few ladies NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX dMrch l. 18

{- for all. Yourse cordially, I,l has been done there and of our three the house, long noted for its hospitality who formed this committee at home, DEED UNDER SECTION LAWS I OF
The Eexecutive Committee, mission stations and of the need for where Madame Kokasrynska wasa they had moved and placed 300 peoplein OF FLORIDA., j I II

Chamber of Commerce. more money to carry on the work, most charming hostess, serving all fifteen minutes.: Mrs. Earle spoke .u-I

L Local Board, Insurance Agents.. and urged the women to practice self-. with ice cream, cake.and punch. of her friend Mrs. renniDacier anal I I Notice b hereby given that Frank Lee Mustard )!
Too much can not be said in praiseof she would be able to attend the of New York purchaser of Tax Certificate ,
denial and give more to this great hoped I I No. 2098 dated the day of April A. D.
Money to loan on improved property. and important work that our Master I the splendid work being 'done by Federation here as she always had a A. D.. 189%. ha filed said Certificate for In Tax my
S. Y. Way. has told us to do. the Audubon Society of Florida, and message along any line. office Deed, to and line baa In made accordance with law. said liE CdIROPU 151; J Jt.
it should lave the earnest support of She found one of the needs of Or- Certificate embrace the following described fp
The collection and free-will offer- property situated in Orange County, Florida t.
of all loyal citizens.Mr. lando was a public library on the first to-wit: NEK of SEK See 29 Tp Jl 8 R 10 B.
Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Thatcher, ing amounted to $189.25 for Foreign 'I The said land betas aliened at the date of Manicure, Pedicure, .
been that a'
Rockefeller HL after a delightful Missions. floor. Her experience this faraance of inch certificate in the same ,

winter in Or1anlo, left yesterday for Refreshments were then served by and Mrs. Joseph M. Roberts, library on the second floor was not a I II of Unhu Unknown.said Certificate ihaO be redeemed ,Face and Scalp ..SrlPQO.

home. Mesdames Branham, Leake, Seymour, of Bruceville, Iril, left yesterday for success. aeeordinf the ttth to day law.of Tax April Deed A.will D. 1911 brat thereonon Parlor over Dickon: & Ive* atom
Terry and Partridge and the ladies, home. They were well pleased with We ,thank Mrs. Earle for her I Wttnen ay official signature and teal this corner Oraage-tad Cetr4l
I talk and hope we may hear the Ith day of March A. D. tilL
had social time and made Orlando and expect to return next structive
Shannibaiter's for bicydei sadisu.dre& a pleasant 1 Seal B.I, ROBINSON
1 i iL. I plans for. future work. fall her again ... .!:.t1 1Clerk Omit Court Orange County Florida.' Ayes, Si V


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