The daily sentinel
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Title: The daily sentinel
Uniform Title: Daily sentinel (Orlando, Fla.)
Alternate Title: Daily South Florida sentinel
Physical Description: 1 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: Josiah Ferris
Place of Publication: Orlando Fla
Creation Date: March 27, 1913
Frequency: daily (except monday)
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando
Coordinates: 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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Source Institution: University of Central Florida: Florida Digital Newspaper Library
Holding Location: University of Central Florida: Florida Digital Newspaper Library
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002075051
oclc - 34297092
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System ID: UF00087112:00101
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Related Items: South Florida sentinel
Succeeded by: Morning sentinel

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


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A CLUE TO HIS WHEREABOUTS . ._,. Special tt .the. Sentinel. .... PARALYZED AND PROPERTY DAM- :7'IiiJ' J i I to I The Sefltifiet. J i Special to the SentinelTallahassee -

*> ,>' '' "Washington, D. C., March 26, 1913. I .+ ., ""... _..,_ AGE IS ENORMOUS ;;tJP"; '" Sofia, March 26.-The fortress of March 26.-During the

"On assuming office on March 4, Adrianople was taken by storm by last few days several Florida newspapers
SpeW to the SentInel mayor has appealed to the world for :
The community was startled last ,1913, the Postmaster General'felt it the Bulgarians this morning after have copied from the New York
Dayton, Ohio, March 26, 4:30 p. m. lid, saying the city is on a verge of
evening by the report that Jerome his duty to enforce the law embodied -The loss of life at Dayton is estimated \famine. fighting of the most terrible character Herald a story which evidently appeared .

Palmer ,was missing under circum- in paragraph 2, section 2, of the act since Monday. in the Herald recently, alleging -
at five thousand and at
A slight drop in the temperature
stances that led to fears that he had that Gov. Park Trammel's,
of August 24, 1912, section 46H Flames are devastating the city.
Hamilton thousand The
one perished. 1 has added to the suffering of the flood
ended his life. The facts as learned postal laws and regulations, in respect shock is so terrible that the people go ,victims. At an early hour this morning fires activity in enforcing the laws of i

by the Sentinel are these: 1 of semi-annual statements con- were raging in various, sections of Florida relative to gambling at certain -
I about the streets in dazed condition.
health a A slight snow storm occurred in
Mr. Palmer has been in poor cerning the ownership, managementand the beleaguered city. The maddened of the Florida East Coast winter -
Sorrow holds in home and
sway every Dayton this afternoon and the indications
for some time and has been in the circulation, etc., of publications terror stalks at will in every part of are that a blizzard will en- population, whose nerves had been: resorts was prompted by the

McEwan Sanitarium for treatment. entered as second class matter, as he the who have retreated shattered by the almost incessant governor's receipt of information or
city. People velop the entire flood district.
For' several days he has been given bombardment for of five suggestions concerning the matter
found it However, since the supreme to safety can only wait the subsidinfiof a period over :

limited privileges outside the Sanit- court of the United States has entered the waters to reveal the awful toll .months, was fleeing about the streets from Hon. William J. Bryan, Secretary ',
Fifty Drown At Tiffin.
arium and on such occasions wouldgo I of State of the United States
an order restraining the Postmaster from one point to another, not knowing ,
which to many means loved members Special to the SentinelTiffin i
to the home of Capt. A. G. Bran-, General from the enforcement of I of the family that were swept downto 0, March 26.-Reports this where to find shelter. who has a winter home near Miami.

ham, which to,him was home. He had this provision of the law pending decision death by the angry waters. In afternoon say fifty were drowned Governor Trammell first saw the

for several days indulged in his in Arsenal said publications this morning. After
of the court the cases whole families there, including the mayor and chiefof Burning.The
some cases are
favorite recreation of horseback riding \ arsenal in the reading the story, the im-
brought before it to test the consti-! out. In many cases all that people police. great artillery governor

and on yesterday morning pro- tutional validity of the act, it has possessed of this world's goods were Piqua, Ohio, where five hundredand city was burning and the barracks mediately wired to the New York

posed to ride, saying that afte his been determined to take no further forty-five are reported drownedhas lying between the hospital and the Herald as follows:
in hour.
wiped out a single Many
return from the morning ride he action looking to its enforcement until not been communicated with since northern forts were also in flames. "Not one word of truth in report 1
homes were wrecked beyond repair (
would go to the Christ Sanitarium after the decision of the court has and business houses in of early this afternoon. The Bulgarians in strong force published by you that W. J. Bryan
some parts
where he had an appointment. been rendered. Unconfirmed report from Deleware gradually advanced their lines encircling intimated to me, or otherwise com
] the waters
the city were to
The noon hour came and Mr. Palmer "A. M. DOCKERY, I this afternoon says the village of the city, and by short rushe municated to me, his views or infor
edge. .
had not returned, and Mrs. I"Third Assistant Postmaster General". . the .... ot affairs I 'Stratford, near there, was swept the infantrymen approached nea r mation or suggestions relative to alleged
To add to awful condition -
ham, feeling some uneasiness, telephoned and away; loss two hundred lives. enough to prepare for the final dash. gambling at Florida East Coast ,
tran traffic and telephone
to Dr. Christ only to findthat i THEIR TRUNKS IN SOAK and withno Mount Vernon reports one hundred On all sides the combined move resorts. Not one word directly or in- .
I telegraph wires were cut off
he had not been there and had lives lost Reports received from alll I ment of the attackers on the ever directly has come to me from Mr. t

no appointment there. Then she made I I food or medicine supplies the continued. Bryan relative to this matter. Of '
Every now and then somebody putsin I sections of the flooded area show resisting city was
scenes of sadness and suffering beg-
known the facts and Mr. Branham, has The had reached own accord I 'ordered that the
I an appearance from the pithy por- electric Dayton been the worst sufferer. I Bulgarian infantry my ,
The light
Clark Robertson, Dr. Christ and Charlie : tion of the world, vulgarly denominated gars description. The crest of the flood is reported within 300 yards of the main forts at law against gambling should be en-
in both cities and
plant was
Lartigue started out on a search, "The Upper Crust,'' and after I passed Dayton, but the weather bu- 5 o'clock last evening. They entrench.ed forced and offenders arrested and { ;
darkness rains the awful
and goon were on the trail, and southof running their limit, the old town of over scene reau tonight announced that heavy themselves there while amunitionand prosecuted." ' ...1

Lake Holden near the shore, they Orlando every night i I rains storms follow provisions brought from *>" 'V .: ;
I looks too tame to them and or snow are to were up
found the gentle horse that had been they proceed to shake the dust from of The city water is contaminated supply in the by case the ,,, which will increase the flood waters. I Ii the rear and preparations were made I Five.Hundred Drown at Peru :; .

Mr. Palmer's companion for manyyean !off their shoes and, depart for greener Dayton : ;*!i The greatest loss of life at Dayton' for the final 'assault. Special to the Sentinel
gently grazing. Diligent 1 flood so that it is wholly unfit for I Peru, Ind., March 26, (via phoneto
pastures. I occurred in Riverdale and North Day-
human use.Railroads. South Bend.-Death faced
search made .in
was every quarterbut Last fall ton suburbs. Spectacular Assault.
I, some people from the Many were caught una-
up to the time of going to press,I city of Washington, who recommended |I companies are repairing ware. Two hundred floating bodies The entire line of fortresses defending dreds of persons who at dawn today
tracks and moving supplies of food were clinging to the roofs of
no trace of the ,missing man was I I[
: the eastern side of
| themselves very,highly, came here have been recovered from the water. the city was
I and drink as rapidly as 'possible. where they sought from
fears of the refuse
found, and most serious
I t
captured after
and rented by Bulgarians
a good' and proceeded I I a
Doctors declare that extreme sanitary the flocd-which last in
It night swept
character entertained.
are was to run a' high ,toned boarding I Heavy Storms In New York most spectacular assault at the pointof 1
measures will have to. be inaugu- from the overflown banks of the Wabash
learned.that he had to the -
goe homeiof I house., AU'went well.for'a time until Special t theSentinel.. the bayonet by the long lines of j
Charlie Lartigue before starting where dead human bodies, 'bOdies of Buffalo; N. Y., March 26, Midnight river, drowning within a few
business houses strengthened
began to insist were r
out in the morning and told Mrs ..Lar i I of bills I upon the subsidence of the waters, -Heavy rains and terific wind storm minutes probably sixty persons.
payment and not being able I rapidly by tqe second reserve lines.
tigue that Charley had told him to I animals and fowls strew the groundin continues over western New York.'I The prospect at daylight was dis. fI
jto meet their obligations, with the The eastern forts soon fell into their
come and get his pistol But Mrs., every direction. Hundreds of families have been driv- ressing, Currents of muddy water
promptness of their promises their hands, and Bulgarian batteries
j were
Lartigue feared the statement was, I In as much as many bodies will be en from their homes. In a few instances 1 I I from ten. to twenty-five feet deep
credit soon began to run low, and finally immediately placed in position to concentrate
not to be credited and did not let buried beneath debris and sand the death is reported. Scoresof 1 were racing through the main streets
1 they' folded their tent and their fire the other
up on works.
him have it This coupled with the work of recovering will be slow and small towns reported entirely or I at twenty miles an hour. The water, :
in their fine big touring car, departed I i The way was thus cleared for a direct
other facts make the case wear a for disagreeable. v i partially under water and flood con- however, was then believed to be receding
I Wawngtonleaving their trunks assault on the city itself.
serious aspect !to follow by rail. They will arrive Improvised boats are now reach tinues to raise all rivers and streams slightly. '

The condition of the horse when in ing certain quarters where the current 1 through this part of the state. r ,.
Washington Friday, when Sun- GRAND THEATRE
found showed indications of having'I day arrives, and their trunks are not is not dangerously strong, and I HAWTHORNE IN PRISON t

been in the lake. there with their thus partial relief is being extendedto Flames Add To Horror Atlanta, Ga., March 26.-Julian
clothes "
Sunday they "Odd Occupations In New York, 4
Searching parties went out againat will an almost famished people who are I Special to the Sentinel. Hawthorne, son of the famous late
beg to make
enquiry and will
either existing in the fourth and fifth Columbus, 0. March 27, 1 a. m.- Kalem-tropical. Will entertain any-
4 o'clock this morning. find to novelist and himself a writer of con i
their horror
that creditors The Beckel House one, especially a New Yorker.
and all
I j story of buildings awaiting relief. Dayton, siderable note, exchanged his name
have attached their trunks, and that "The "
sections of Jefferson street between Cold Storage Egg, Kalem-
JOY WAGON. IN TOWN Tit will be At Cleveland, Ohio for a number at the United States
necessary to forward the Third and the Western Union offices comedy. Full of genuine fun.
I At Cleveland the water stood thir- penitentiary in Atlanta, Monday even-
to these honest before "
pay bills "The
on fire. Wire Chief Green, of the Lubin-drama. An
There were a lot of fellows made the trunks will travel It.is teen feet deep in the Union Station ing.
Bell Telephone unusually good offering. Is to
happy yesterday by the coming of the pay ones honest debts. yesterday and all trains :were annulled Company a .. via, .,phone I sure In- company with- Dr.- William, J. .
said at least please.
report thousandpersons
joy wagon of the Atlantic Coast LineA e only specials being made up in out I Norton, he entered upon the services

train of five or six cars loaded down AN ORLANDO BOOSTER.Mr. lying districts, and a broken schedulewas are marooned in buildings of "Superstitious Joe, Edison-com- I of a sentence of one year and a day,
the business district edy. A delightful farce freshly
of con-
with cash and supplies was as welcome established yesterday. Many part whichis dated from November 23, 1912, for
ceived and
in flames. interesting.
a visitor to the railroad boys as F. W. has engines are submerged in water in fraudulently using the mails in the
purchasedthe "
Fire reported started "Curious Scenes In India, Edison-
the to the soldier the and it will be having from sale of Canada '
commissary wagon Hatch in the south yards several days mining stock. ,
the explosion of scenic. Glimpses of beautiful
oil tank scenes
camp. It was an interesting sight to I part of the city, from J. P. Holbrookand before the Big Four, the Pennsylvania colided with an which and curious things in a strange land. Hawthorne and Norton arrived \
a partially
watch the boys rush up and get their E. G. Duckworth, and while the lines or the New York Central building at Fourth and submerged about dusk Monday and were taken E

pay envelope and come away with I house is and the Lake Shore lines can establish Jefferson. immediately to the prison. Both
quite a good one yet
nqw, Other explosions MARIETTA, 0, ALARMED
reported to have
beaming faces., : Mr. McCauley is satisfied with only a regular schedule. The washing seemed to be in excellent spirits, but .
occurred at intervals of half -
Railroad companies are close buyers the best and will remodel the dwell- I away of bridges and embankments an hour, following the first an hourto Special to the Sentinel Hawthorne, usually talkative, said I

and usually buy in large quantities I ing and make it modern in every way. makes the operating of trains Each tended to the one. Marietta, 0., March 26.-With the little.
spread flames
and distribute to the various stations While Mr. McCauley. registers New dangerous and uncertain. and the conditions Ohio river rising rapidly and all sur- Since the sentences of both Haw
frightful Fire
such supplies as are needed. That is York State his home he has rounding streams vol- thorne and Norton are for more than
>as yet broke out in a building at Third street hurling a large 1a 1
what they did yesterday.AT done so much for the material up- Property Loss Ten Million adjoining the library and two blocks !ume of water'into it, residents of this I II year, and date from November 23,

building of Orlando that he is countedone Special to the Sentinel I south and the whole-sale liquor I section are alarmed over the pros- they will be eligible to apply for pa-
THE FAVORITE TODAY disc I role in few weeks under the federal
of our valuable assets. Columbus, Ohio, March 26, Mid- trict are endangered. At time of pects of a flood.

He has plans made for three modern night-The total death list at Dayton report fire is burned within two blocks The towns of. Stockport, Beverly, law that permits an applicationfor
"The Heart of a Soldier" (AmericanA bungalows modern in remains McConnellsville and Pleasant parole after one-third of the term
so strictly still problematic. The most of the telephone exchange from where City are

,, story with pathos and heart interest architecture that they will tally with authentic and later reports received Green was talking. One of hopeis under water and wire and railroad has been served.

A drama taken from life. anything that modern home builders the ray communications have been Both recently decided not to appeal
today was report made by Gov- left to those who are marooned in cut off

"A Fairyland Bride" (Reliance). have to offer today. It is his idea to I ernor Cox who sent his, secretary, buildings in the sections where the Extent of the damage done by the and it is generally believed they

On the Loveland Path (Comedy) build attractive and substantial homes,I: George Burbank, to Dayton in the fire is raging, is that Third streetis flood in these places is not konwn. will seek' parole. Both men were optimistic -

Gaumout Weekly No. 40. A dandy! all during their trip, to Atlanta
and the fact that he always finds a first stages of the flood. Burbank a very wide thoroughfare and

giving the latest news. ready market for this class of homes reports two thousand deaths. It is the court house square lies directly FORMER GOVERNOR NORTHERNDIES. and it is thought they are expecting

A good place for ladies and children demonstrates the accuracy of his possible this may go higher. ahead of the path taken by the fire. early freedom.

to spend an houd in the afternoon judgment.Just Property loss, ten million. The Those open spaces may enable those Special to The Sentinel Albert Freeman convicted with

and enjoy the show. Open 2 to 5) and recently he sold a fine home on governor left this afternoon with his who are fighting fire with dYnamitefrom Atlanta, Ga., March 25.-William Hawthorne and Dr. Norton, will remain -

6:45 to 10 p. m. West street to Mr. R. A. Williams of troops for Dayton. He will go as small boats to check the fire J. Northern, former Governor of in the Tombs until the United

A big show for 5c. Georgia, and prominent in State II States circuit court of appeals decides
Pittsburgh, who will come to Orlando close to Dayton as possible by rail before it crosses the street and politics -

this fall with his family and occupy it. then walk or use boats to reach his spreads to other parts of the city. I for many years, died at his horn :' whether it shall be admitted to bail

BASEBALLThe I f destination. 1 here this morning. Death was due in the argument of his appeal He
High School base ball team of RESCUE WORK AT DELAWARESpecial Telephone message received here Dayton Is Doomed. I to complications resulting from a car was sentenced to five years in the At- e

this city is scheduled to play a double to the Sentinel late this afternoon reported many Special to the Sentinel buncle. He is survived by his widow lanta prison.

header with the Hillsborough Delaware, 0., March 26.-Rescue persons marooned on burning build Cincinnati, 0., March 27, 2 a. m.- and one daughter, Miss Anna Belle

High School Saturday, in Tampa. work continued in the flooded dis- ings at Dayton, jumping into water The entire city of Dayton is doomedby Northern. Funeral arrangements will OHIO RIVER UP ELEVEN FEET

Both teams are exceptionally strong tricts and the list of those believed and being swept away by the forceof fire. One hundred persons are be announced later. Special to The Sentinel

for high schools and are more evenly dead change from time to time. .Several the flood.Hundreds said to be caught in collapsing apartment Louisville, Ky., March 26.-With a t
rainfall and last of
matched than when they erossed bats reported dead were found after of startling reports have buildings that are burning. SNOW, STORM TEXAS. yesterday night
Special to the Sentinel 5.13 inches the Ohio river rose eleven r
field. and others saved been received here the 'I '
before on the local : daylight believed during day I Amarillo, TeL, March 26.-The feet here in twenty-four hours. The
The 0. H. S. boys have been work were reported dead. However, the list from cities .and towns throughout Victims
Fleeing From Homes worst snow storm of the winter has at 7 o'clock this
guage was
ing hard for the past few days under of dead probably will reach forty or Ohio and Indiana and report the loss Special to The SentinelIndianapolis prevailed throughout the night and 22.5 as compared with 1L4 at 7 o'clock

the directions of Coach Peral and fifty. Because of meage reports from of life as being enormous. The most March 27, 2 a. m.- continues today over the entire plains yesterday morning. At 9 o'clock this .

have ,every chance to capture at least the main business section of Delaware conservative estimate made this af- Forty thousand residents are tonight country of Texas, eastern New Mexico morning the guage registered 24 feet .ri i

one of' the games. the exact number is still un ternoon, places the death list at three fleeing from flooded homes. Rescuers and western Oklahoma. even. .

known. thousand six hundred, ,seventy:one. are unable to reach the city with !

March thaw tndfMWipapen. : I '' Frantic appeals are being sent from food. Famine is threatened. Many Insurance, Real Estate, loans aid Ten per cent off on all linen and
from an The Sentinel office is all night Dayton for drinking water. The deaths ,
point* Cerfe 4 O'Neal. ... open by exposure. Rentals. Curtis &; O'Neal Lace at Haafltea ft Dna's. ; i

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Y PINE CASTLE lowed the loca performers to cross :Mitchell. .

the home plate four times. Cecelia E. Moseley.toKate B. Latins.

? Mr. Henry C. Lord who,has been Davis and Anderson did the pitch : _
_' spending the winter with his daughter ing for Lake City and neither one of Linnie W. Lewter and husband to Magnificent ShowingNew ofTen

Mrs. Harvey A. Fuller, left Mon- the boxmen were effective, for the Frank H. Clum. .
Rollins team secured nineteen safeties H. C. Dann and wife to T. C. Alden.H. .
: .day for his home at Grand Rapids, '
3 ,off of their delivery and severalof M. Hull and wife to Sarah Slote.E. .

'- Mich.Mr. Ed. Robinson wife and three the hits came at critical moments. S. Pierce and wife to Owen S: Spring Suits ,
Columbia college and Rollins have Robinson.
children of ,New Smyrna, have been
visiting their aunt, Mrs. I. M. Aten. played four games this season and C.' A. Hovey and wife to Annie J.
out of that number the Winter Park Rowland. .
zy Mrs. Mame Newell Mills and
daughter, of Ohio are here'for a short boys have proven winners three times W..J. Thompson to H. J. Patrick.C. and Dresses '

stay with Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Newell. while the local institution secured W. Goodrich, Rec., to R. H. .. 1....,..... ,,
victory. It was a disagreeable Marks. t
Mon- only one very
Mrs. S. Frank Phillips spent : ,,
;' day with relatives in Orlando. day for playing baseball, Mary A. Harris and husband to J. - .
made several interruptions Kenneck.R. ;
for Jupiter Pluvius -
Taft atthe
. Mrs. C. H. Matchett. is in
' home. during the afternoon and L Sumner to Julia M. Sumner. : WE ARE SHOWING A BEAUTIFUL ASSORTMENT OF
Wm. Sphaler
Mrs. Nick Evans of Tennessee is during the intermission it caused the Benjamin Drew and wife to W. J. : SILKS AND SATINS, ALL COLORS, DRESS GOODS .

y visiting among relatives and old ball tossers to get cold and conse- Thigpen. IN ALL THE LATEST PATTERNS FOR OLD AND
when the resumed W. J. Thigpen to Jenkins.W. .
friends: here, her former home. YOUNG. WHITE CANVAS SHOES. THE DISPLAY
the Audubon they were stiff'and were unable to T. Champneys to Crowell In
' Tuesday afternoon held play the same calibre of ball as they vestment Co. t CONTAINS ACCURATE ILLUSTRATIONS OF THE
Society of the school an open
meeting. Their regular programmewas I i did during the early stage of the contest Arthur C. Thompson to Munger SEASONS BEST AND LATEST CREATIONS, AND

& interspersed with literary and Land Co.Arthur. IS WORTHY THE ATTENTION OF EVERY ORLANDO "

r musical numbers. The following is the score by innings Shultz to S. P. Shepherd. ; WOMAN. CALL IN AND ACQUAINT YOURSELF
: and batteries: Thos. M. Henkel and wife to Ar-
,comedy presented Wednesday eveningat RH.E. thur Shultz. ': AND THE REASONABLE PRICESKannor's
of Ror! ins ....023 021 720-17 18 4 Frank H. Clum and wife to Fred : ,.'t '
the benefit
the school house for .
Columbia ...320 Oil 000- 7 11 7; Krencke. f1
the school piano fund was largely attended I II
and given in a capable manner.
All the characters deserve special REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS. WANTED. !

mention for they were all splendid and City lots in exchange for Upright New York .

r much credit is reflected on JJiss G. T. Hastings and wife to Francis piano. Used less than two months.

Hunter. Burnham., 6t Lock Box 144, Orlando. :

1 Wyle M. Stetson to David E. Becker -

COLUMBIA COLLEGE DEFEATED Inspect Shannibarger's big stock of:
i Store !
BY ROLLINS BASEBALL J. E. Moseley and wife to C. H. Bicycle tires. Bargain '

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Lake City! March 25.-Rollins college -' 'I If You Would be Posted be a Daily Visitor to this Store
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T' of Winter Park, defeated Columbia -! f ,
college baseball club here this afternoon :, i. :
by the large score of 17 to 7. Lord & Bradshaw : : .
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The game was a long drawn out;, per cent off on all linen and

t affair% and rain interrupted' several!, E We wish to announce to our friends, and the public generally, f Lace at Hamilton & Dunn's.J. .
times. L 1913 IL odels
: I that 'we have formed a partnership under the | .
The kcal'athletes started off like,I 3$ *
world beaters and it was th opinion h ,g above, firm name, for a' general I

;_ of the fans that Columbia was a sur: J ':=* 1 1I B. McKAY,

winner, after they had scored thre;I, Real Estate and Insurance | CONTRACTOR AND .
runs in the first inning and ih; vhM t BUILDER.

} tors failed to tally a single l one, Vtf busiuesand are centrally located in a ground floor office at Xo. Superintend All Work.
:: in the secord inning the Winter Park! Prices That Are an
boys begin to display,a little life and j! I17 S. Orange Avenue, (formerly occupied by Hamilton & Dunn Inducement.All .
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i they scored two rjR3ad the locals i Millinery)., where we will be pleased to meet all our.old friends v
came back and scored the sv% l' I

.. amount, but during the r.mai,fag I 1 and to make new ones. II a MOTOCYCLES'

seven innings of play the Mason machine '.
tallied twelve runs while :Manager i Our list of city and acreage property is surpassed by none, *.* Four H. P. Models $200.00

Mattox's athletes o"b reached Seven H. P. Models, $250.00
5I and we haves. >'ni exceptional bargains COME AND SEE Us fI f ELIJAH HAND :
home plate twice. Barze started off I

',the was pitching unable to for stand the visitors the grind and after ha I, Lord & Bradshaw ? Funeral and EmbalmerHand Director :II I C. E. =:i1pet.

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The difficulty about,recognizing the ..11 OUR Homeseekers t I
Mexican is that it is .11 .
government so
i: ke CreamNEW IT'S A FAIR
likely to be a different one every .
time you meet it-Ohio State Journal PROPOSITION
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the of Kansas, ,J I .. TO ASSUME THAT. YOU ARE j
women Oregon ke Cream _, :
Ariiona and Michigan really have won I OF AMELIA AND
the suffrage they are making fine IS ,: Trenton streets-two new and up-to-date and modern APPRECIATIVE o'F THE VERY i
speed despite the hobbler.-Chicago I I bungalows and a corner lot near Lake Dot will be sold I :.
News. lee Cream. : together or separate at prices too low to mention here. BEST. WE ARE SPECIALISTS IN 1 1
r Prices and also my reason for selling will be given upon I' ,
The sluggard having gone to the MADE : I inspection of premises.. Cash or Terms. Fine Electrical Wireing and Motor 1
ant, pursuant to instructions, had returned I t I for investment.. If not sold before May 1st, opportunit'I'I Work I. }

ually fussing and was over making'something his or report.other lee< CreamFROM I CLARENCE. P. SMITH I NEWELL ELECTRICAL COMPANY ::1

"Watching the blamed things contin- I I i: ARCADE BUILDING
and never stopping to rest," he said, ke CreamREAL }
i A pin is ordinarily a very small I CHURCH ST. I :x
"made me more tired than ever.- _M._
Chicago Tribune. t I thing, but when it sticks in your tire r 1 PHONE 280 -1
I it amounts to a good deal Vulco- i
I I .f
Fiberine will stop pin or nail Oscar Hand J
CreamCREAM I punctures
Jee II }
Tie inefficient man will not find the : .
instantly and prevent leaks. See 3Y
farm an Eldorado. He who goes to J
it demonstrated at the Hyer Stable, & Son
the fields under the sky -
green open
corner Orange and Central evenues. .
must go with the desire and love of ke CreamBEST : @ -- I -i
Successors to E. Hand
rooted,and with courage to face tem- .
DID YOU BUY ? TheBestistheCheapestSO
porary reverses. And those reformers ::
,- I overheard a prominent hardware FULL LINE OF COM- | .
who expect contact with the soil to t
lee CreamYOU : dealer say this morning to a prominent PLETE HOUSE FURNISHINGS I 4.l :
cure criminal tendencies may as well III citizen of Orlando, I could have 1 GET THE BEST OF
prepare to harvest a crop of disap- : bought land at $2.50 and $5.00 but - y

pointments. Nor will farm life care did At not the do time it. he referred to I sold 'COME IN AND SEE US Paints and Wall z
all diseases of the body. There will be ke CreamEVER : for an Orlando man several hundred J Paper j
successes and failures. And it is to be acres of land in Orange county for _
hoped that these two tendencies or $1.00 per acre, the same land is now I
sold in 10 _. THE 1912 WALL PAPER IN '
movements will not eventually work I and twenty acre tracts for, SAMPLES :
$30.00 per acre, and is cheap at this I IS GRAND AND I
.. ke Cream : WILL BE PLEASED
to obstruct one another.-Detroit Free price. :
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Press. --- wnat were the Urtando people buy- TO SHOW THEM. ALL YOU HAVE TO 1
11 TASTED III II I in? at that time? Gold mining stock. DO IS TO TELEPHONE AND I WILL
If you had bought land, you could
ALL- INDICTED FOR LARCENY I:: ke CreamAT figure your profit You knew some BRING THE SAMPLE TO YOUR HOME.
time ago your profit on the mining THE ONE CICARJHAT i F ..r
stock, without having to figure it. ft -i
on i
March 26. I '
Savannah, Ga., -Charged :
If you have not yet bought some I ....
with the larceny of 129,155.02 from '11elanef Orlando or Orange county property, : EVERYBODY \ GEO. A. BARKER PHONE 268
the cotton exporting firm of Tinsley there is still opportunities for large I LIKES
.& Hull, Percy H. All, cashier and Co1 profits, and I can show you.I I
ruR can sell you something that will :
bookkeeper, was indicted by the superior : make you money but your gold minI -
court grand jury today. I ing stock will not buy it. I
Both Mr. Tinsley and the other Quick Delivery : Call and see me. : HAWLEY'SSTRAIGHTS ..
Dan D. Hull, testified that I CARL JANSEN, I
partner Watkins BuildingI Office over Dickson &: Ives, Orange I HIGH H GRADE E ;
Mr. All overdrew the sum charged Avenue, Orlando, Fla.The'banka : MILLINERY .
without their knowledge or consent Phone 2 and the business men of I -
Mr.All was in the court house when Orlando know me, if you do not, ask :

the grand jury made its report A IMIIIIIMMMIMMIMMMWANTED them. I II II I Get the best cigar at five ..
bench warrant was signed by Judge I cents, the next time ,
Charlton and the warrant served.-AU I' rent a four, five or Shannibargert for bicycles and I want to smoke-judge you for 10 per cent off on all
sundries. :
I' house for the Fs F
was later released on $2,500, bond. six-room summer or yourself. :
to take care of a home for party going .I
D. Tinsley
Fleming partner
,north by a resonsible lady. Apply to Linens and Laces
of the firm was arrested Saturday i j Sentinel 27-4-t WANTED-Clean rags at this office. :. ,

on similar charge. . .
: i'I II Made in Orlando] and sold
FOR SALE Pony, saddlecart andharness.
Far Exchange or Sale I I I Wish to make quick sale. FRANK HYERS : M
For ttrwf or other property in V. S. Starbuck. 27-1-w II !
Orange or Lake.Counties for four Manufacturer of Artificial I MISSES HAMILTON & DUB
dwellings in Pittsburgh, Pa. Houses I II I. Stone, Fancy Columns and :1111111111111111111111111.Shannibarger' .
binging good rent All modern build I Whenever'Ou want painting 01; Ornamental Work
ings. Can be handled separate if I papering done in a first class man : I I Agents for Barclay Corsets

sired.Address' F.JOSEPH RAEHN de-I ner, it will pay you to call on W. T. I: Livingston and Railroad.. for bicycles and I i

lmo.17-17 Orlando, Entriean, 28 East Pine street sundries. I_ -


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OVER .' .

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

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A Good Square Deal

People buy at Kincaid & Snow-


den is because they get an honest A Is_ what we all', want lor r.our

dollar's worth of merchandise for a aIY qtr money.

every dollar they spend, they x _ You get one here. We. carry

are given a square deal [No in Stock more Home Furnishings

false promises, no reckless advertising than any other two furniture -

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

muck rake. The word trust has several The
meanings. one we refer to means confidence faith and
hance. Without this trust modern business re-
couldnotJbeconducted. Our trust is for the
yours asking
Now is the time to :ask for it. Your credit is good. This big building is packed with Furniture and

stoves of every description. .


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Price Furniture Co. C or. Main and Pine Streets't'.

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South ''Florida SentinelMORNING a man put his name on a petition Mr. Henry Beers, editor of the Good
AND WEEKLY under the assumption or with the as- Roads Advocate, writes as follows:

P +--- surance that as a certain conditionof "That myth of a bond issue saddling I DIA'MONDlAs !

SUBSCRIPTION: RATES : affairs exist they shall continue to "a debt on the future generation is I CHOOSE

THE DAILY SENTINEL exist, and he afterwards finds that he a thing of the past. Issue the bonds,
is laboring under a misaprehensionof build the roads
One year .. ... .. .. ... .. ,-$5.00 honestly, and insteadof I
Six Months . .. ... .. ....... 2.50 the law, and has been misinformedas saddling a debt on the unborn, a

Three Months .. ... ..... ... ... 1.25 to the facts, it is not only his priv- foundation for genuine wealth is be- You Would !
ilege but his duty to take his laid. Land values Choose Friend
name a
Per Week ............... .... .10 are goverendby
off that petition. That several score improvements and good roads ,

't By news carrier in Orlando. SO centi per of good men of Orange county have mark the real beginning of improve-
month DiJy and Sunday. i put their names on a petition for ment. You carefully make sure! in your own mind that a friend is worthy of

The Orlando Morning Sentinel can be found county division with no thought of It might be well to know what Pres- your confidence before you bestow it. Exercise the same discrimination 1

F OB talc in Orlando at Cants A: O'Neal'* Book the effect upon the liquor questionthat ident Wilson and our new Governor, when choosing a diamond. 'I

y, Store. division would have is Hon. Park Trammell, say on the ques- '
We will appreciate prompt complaint if' true and those men know now tion of good roads. President Wilson Just as time increases your valuation of a friend, so will it increase the
is not properly made by our carriers.Adevrtieirg I
delivery that, that pestion is settled says: intrinsic worth of your diamond, as diamond prices are constantly
rates: will be furnished. on ap.lication. law all "I tell .
by beyond peradventureof you frankly that my inter- advancing.
4- doubt settled in favor of the in roads is
and est good not merely an interest -
We buy loose diamonds and skillfully sit them in
THE WEEKLY SENTINEL mountings of the
-t wets. Will these men of splendid in the pleasure of riding in <
for year by mail pottage paid .......$1.00 acting in the selection of the stones it offers. We esteem public confidenceas
manhood; these men who are clean automobiles. It is not merely an interest -
Address THE SENTINEL Orlando Florida.
t Office 167 Court Street Arcade Building upright business men; men who in the more important matterof our strongest asset and wise diamond buyers have long since found an ,

Phone 24 stand before man and God affording farmers of this countryand advantage in making their investments according to our selections.We .

--- pledged to sobriety and mor- residents in villages means of
J. F. sCHUMANN Editor buy loose diamonds and skilfully set them mountings of the
lend their influence to such
fi JOSIAH FERRIS. Proprietor. ality ready access to neighboring mar- patron's choosing.
a cause that will bring the saloon, kets as they need for economic benefit -

THURSDAY, MARCH 27TH, 1913. and grog shops back into a territory I but it is also the interest in weaving I

--- -------- -- - where the good people by hard work as complicated and elaborate a DIAMOND RINGS, $10 to $500. DIAMOND PENDANTS, $6.25 up.
have voted it out? Will these men I net of neighborhood and State and DIAMOND SCARF PINS, $! to $65. DIAMOND CUFF LINKS, $3.50 ,
of noble impulses become partners ; National opinion together as it is
No is useless in this world who I
one )With brewers, and rum sellers, inj possible ,to weave ft is of the most DIAMOND BRACELETS, $15 up. i
the burden of it to
lightens anycneelse.Dickens. their efforts to drag whiskey back into"Orange fundamental importance that the
county? United States should think in big

4 God forbid that'misdirected enthus- pieces, should think together, should RELIABLE REPAIRING AND ENGRAVING BY AN ARTIST.
Patience isn't a virtue, it is a nec-
iasm or prejudice'or commercial con- think unltimately as a whole, and I

essity. siderations should lead good men to feel in my enthusiasm for good roads

o close their eyes upon the home, upon something of the old opposition that

R There is nothing as impossible as society and the church. there always has been in me to any

some people. While their names remain on that kind of sectional feeling."

s o petition, their influence is enlisted on Governor Park Trammell, recentlysaid [vans the JewelerOPPOSITE

Will the duck waddle be .superseded the same side of the brewer and the : "I am firmly convinced that ,

by the gosling glide? man who wants saloons in Sanford. thorough system of good roads in each
o county in Florida will add more to the
;- Most of us had rather be right 'WAR DOGS STILL BARK material advancement of our varied POST OFFICESILK

than be president of Mexico. t resources, to the up-building of our
o The relations between Austria and State, to property enhancement and
f New York is already in a sweat Servia following the Austrian demand to the comfort and convenience of our

over the prospective shortage of ice. rural citizens and to the .
r that Servia send no troops to aid people gener

o I Montenegro in the seige of Scutari are ally of the State than any other one
A marriage contract is as much of I
that be taken.
such as to threaten serious conse- step can
a gamble as buying futures on mar-
quences. Servia maintains that she

gin. is1 bound to aid her neighbor under CRIES FROM OUT THE GREAT

o the agreement made by the Allies. NORTH \ STOCKINGS
Cold Alaska warmed to woman
Austria replies that the Powers designto
Suffrage in a most satisfactory man-
ner. .set up Albania as an eutonomousstate Shivering from cold, but awe-in-

and to include Scutari i in it. Of spired by the nature of their work, ..
all the Balkan states Servia lies most scores of men, women and children
:x New roasting ears have made their
open .to attack by Austria. Her I this morning struggled in the snow
in the market and new
appearance whole northern and western frontieris to recover the dead or rescue the injured -
tomatoes are plentiful. For Day
contiguous to Austria. It is not who lay buried beneath the

o guarded by mountain ranges, the Dan- wreckage of homes and buildings b
The lady in the last line of
young ube and the Drina rivers forming the crushed by the tornado which Sunday and
the chorus must be a contented
per- boundary.. Belgrade, her capital, is swept with death-dealing force over I
son. No one has heard her demand- I
just across the Danube from Austrian I Iowa and Nebraska, killing more than
ing a minimum '
terr ory. Servia's geographical situ- 150 persons in Omaha alone. EveningWear .

o ations and the relatively level character Latest reports this morning give (
"The fields," a poet tells us, "are
-of her territory: has made hera the number of injured at 320, while
calling." Few men, at this season of
battleground in the past and will the death list has not increased over
the have the heart to send back
year again if there should be any. inter- the night report of 202. r
4 word, "Not at home.
vention in Balkan affairs. Scutari The snowstorms which seriously is
lies about 100 miles southeast of Servia hampering rescue work began shortly
Chicago need not be downcast just
on the border of Montenegro and after midnight and continued with
'; yet So far the beef trust has madeno
close to the sea. gathering force. More than three
threat to remove the famous stockyard -
inches of the debris in
: -a- snow covers
i smell to Jersey City.
Our Personal. Guarantee
o THE WORKING-GIRL PROBLEM the; section of the city which was '

# Clubwomen have a field of work in struck by the wind.
A of
prize $10,000 having offered '
'= for the best play by, an American connection with the problem of the With such reports coming out of Accompanies Every Pair \
underpaid sales and factory girl whichis the north, in which nearly every sec-
author,.we ,may expect the mute, inglorious .
to peculiarly their own because theyare tion north of the Ohio river suffered, .
Shakespeares speak
up. in closest touch with the servant residents of Florida ought to feel a
z o I deep sense of gratitude to God for
There was a bicycle collision the problem Marion B. I
the kindly protection thrown about v.es
other day. One man was hurt because Thousands of girls now feel that
domestic service is too hard for them this; fair. land. Their prayer shouldbe
y he was in too big a hurry and I
one of thankfulness, and a petitionof
the other because he wasn't in any and are filled with the idea that house-
} hurry at all. hold work consigns them to a caste solicitude for their unfortunate
below that of the factory and store friends who go about the streets with
o saddened hearts, because of their EXCLUSIVE MILLINERY PARLORS
k No inventor or discoverer of the worker. Where a girl has a home and .
parental care she not be much awful bereavements.
ages got by without ridicule. It seemsto may
be the worse for assuming this attitude, .
a necessary stepping stone to
success. Maybe the* Friedman cure but the girl who must care for her- FRIENDS GOING HOME Second Floor

stands in such a position. self is in a very different situation.She -
o cannot begin work at wages which The Sentinel Goes North With Themto

Your name will look better in the will give her any more than a bare Many Homes .

boosters column than in the kick living. She is not likely to get even Each day-sees large numbers of our

column. You can bring about more that,owing to the competition of girls tourist friends departing for the FI-FI REHEARSALS tRESSIVEThose ARE PRO. THE H. H. P. STRAIGHTFor

a' reforms by being a booster than a who have homes, and this conditionis north, and we do not wish to appear

kicker. Join the ranks of the boostersnow. likely to continue for yearS The conceited, but from the large numberof Sale at all Cigar Stores
4' natural thing for her to do is to take people who come in and say nice privileged to witness the .

o up housework. There she is assuredof words of the Sentinel and order It.. daily rehearsals for the coming production Orlando's Newest Cigar Made in Orlando.

c, A new school of burglars is comingto board lodging, laundry, medical at- sent to their northern homes we feel ; of "Fi-Fi" (pronounced Fee- Havana and Florida Wrappers .

the front in New York. They tendance, a valuable training, a wage ,I that they are interested in this paper Fee), which will be staged at the Lu- Try One and Be Convinced t

break into safes with can openers. from which she may save a little, anda I and interested in Oralndo. cerne Theatre next Tuesday, say here 1

t This saves all the muss, noise, labor life relatively free from tempta- The Sentinel sincerely regrets that is a pleasant surprise in store for the HERMAN H. PINDER M'f'g'r

and danger involved in the use of tion.This these good friends after they leave people of Orlando in the form of an

y nitroglycerin.The is a doctrine that ought to be Florida for the :homeward journeywill amateur show, that is up-to-date, 212 Sou th Orange 1

#y o spread and with it ought to go a in most part travel through a novel and very interesting.More .

marriage of Dr. Allen, who movement for making houseworkmore country ravished by storm and floods, than one hundred and thirty

, lived sixty days on peanuts, and Miss attractive. Perhaps an organization until gloom and deep sorrow has settled people are practicing daily for the group will make a lasting impressionupon I

Suehr, who lived ninety-two days on of servant girls like that attempted down on hundreds of communi- big show. All will be furnished with the minds of all that witnessthe

nothing but, apples, cannot interest in Cincinnati might help. I ties. Sympathy and well wishes from fantastic costuming and special big performance.The THE OAKlAND

,z the grocer in whose part of town Girls who are now working for starv- Orlando will go with our departing scenic effects will give the play a Paper Dolls have been working -

they will live. ation wages might be dealt with directly guests. professional tone. I faithfully on a dainty dance thatis

o ; but whatever the plan it is Among the groups of dancers, per- sure to make a hit

t Ex-Mayor Seidel made it uncom- evidently one that women can handle EDITOR GETS GAY haps the China Dolls are the most The boys who have parts as Jump- THE CAR

; fortable for the commission government best interesting. Their dance is a novelty ing Jacks and Animals are certainly .,
I i
advocates last night when he Ye eritor wishes to return his hear! produced only by Mr. Adams, who has lively enough. The little Butterfly THAT EVERYBODY

told them their plan is not a panacea That Ohio legislator who introduced felt thanks to Mr. Caleb Bruce, one charge of the local production. It Fairies, forty in number, are takinga '

y but simply changes the title of thee a bill to create a commission of our leading grocers, for three consists of a series of strange doll- serious interest in their parts, as TALKING(

offices. He coldly told them of grafters which would prescribe the fashionsfor pounds of butter kindly sent to his like movements done to catchy music are the Flower Girls, Live Letter

'and grafting in Galveston, heralded the women of the Buckeye State, house. Kerosene oil had been spillet and it is declared to be the most uni- Blocks and other groups of creatures: ABOUTASK

as a model commission govern- probably likes to see his name in I over the butter, thereby preventing que dance ever witnessed in this city. from Toy-land and Fairy-land.

city.-Union-Sun, Lockport, N. print. It cannot be that any man of its sale, but we are worrying along The two funny clowns who work_ with Unlike most musical plays, how- FOR DEMONSTRATION

cent sufficient 'years and discretion to be with it and trying to imagine our- this group will keep the audience in ever, the dance and songs delightfulas

o elected to the Legislature would stand selves a lamp.-Hometown (Pa.) Ban- good humor for many minutes. they may seem are only suppli- SEE ,

For efficiency and economy in the sponsor for such a bill on any other ner. Another group consisting of eleven mentary to a love story well told.

b administration of pubic business, no terms. A man would need to hook o ladies belonging to the younger social It is said by those who have wit- MAGRUDERAmong

county in the state of Florida has a I his wife's dress up the back but once WEATHER REPORT I contingent of the city have excited nessed the production in the northern

better record than Orange and no i to realize that the ways of women are great interest during rehearsal time cities that the play is one that sat-

county in the state can show a betters past finding out, when it comes to I Florida-Thursday rain and coolerin with their pretty colonial dance. isfies and as the large audience, which - - -

clothes.A These Colonial Dames practic- is expected Tuesday night, files out
financial condition than Orange. What north portion; Friday fair. are the guests registered at the
reason then can be advanced, what o ing the most intricate dance of its of the theatre, discussing the performance I San Juan last J

j reason is there advanced for destroy- diplomat has been defined as "a The British suffragettes are evi- kind ever staged by amateurs. The they will feel that they I night were Mr. and

; ing this condition of affairs? Let citizen sent abroad to lie for his coun- dently convinced that there are ser- steps are pretty and dressed in Janice have seen a play that is worth J Mrs. Geo. L. Thompson,' of Lockpoit, i

:.G tuber 'reason- answer. I I try." mons in stones. Meredith costume of olden days, this while. J nd.

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We have a complete new line Now about your Easter Sloes.I

r I of Spring Hats for Ladies and We have the best that money \

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

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

buy, (but most of those who see profit we can make on them.

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

\ \ //1/ ? Z4LFl and all the shades and colors. EXTRA VALUES IN THEM I

Be sure to look them over before AS SOON AS YOU.$EE THEM. j

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

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

neckwear of the latest style. you
j, You will need some of these will come in and make your
: things for your Easter outfit. wants konwn, we will try our

WHO BUY ONCE TO COME AGAIN. : Look to ken before Qiag. best to satisfy I you.I .

I L OAMN, 106 1, ;ine Av1 Or1nob


Ten per cent off on all linen and Hon. G. J. Strozier, of Winter Garden MHMimiHIIIMMitMMiMMIiMMMIIIHIMlii 111111111111II1111II11111 f
Lace at Hamilton & Dunn's.A. I was in the city. yesterday shaking .
WADE J. Nye, of Orlando, was a prominent 1 hands with his many friends. Mr. '
TilE TUNER visitor in the city yesterday, Strozier is .one of Orange county's':
ORLANDO. FLA. greeting his friends and attending to ]most popular orators and his voice :
business matters. ]is always enlisted on the right side of j.

I N. P. Nowell and E. G. Duckworth, :public questions. '': Yowell'sANNUAL
'prominent business men of Orlando, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Rhoades left ,:
W. G. Sphaler, of Taft, was in Orlando I attended to business errands in Tampa yesterday for their home in Goshen, I
yesterday on business. t yesterday,-Tampa Tribune. Ind. Mr. and Mrs. Rhoades were,the'r:
March magazines and newspapers Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Tinklebaughand proprietors of the Grand Hotel, which f:
from all points. Curtis & O'Neal. I two sons, who have spent the was compelled to close after the damage -\: .
.Mr. J. W. Jones of Zellwood, was.in season in Orlando, start today for to their home and furniture by !I:
the city yesterrday transacting\ busi their home in Rochester, N. Y. fire. They will return next fall. I J Ii
Send your job printing to the Sen- Francis K. King, of Illinois is spend i:
ness.Mr.. and Mrs. Gus Jackson, of "i Pl office. All work guaranteed.Dr. ing some time in Florida looking over I:
Apopka, were among the visitors to J1, E. Wray is quietly at work farm lands and paid our neighbor I:
Orlando, Wednesday. raising funds for the new church Taft, the very high compliment of :
Mrs. F. J. 'Patten, of Cleveland which the Methodist people anr plan- saying that on the whole he had seen :

Ohio, was an anxious,passenger,north- ning to build, and is meeting with no better land than they will have i
ward from Orlando 'yesterday pleasing success. there when properly drained., I I Half Price Remnent Sale
Ten per cent off on all Linen and Mr. and Mrs. F. D. Whipple and Hot cross buns. Hot cross buns.
Lace at Hamilton & Dunn's. daughters, Carrie and Cora, who have Rock's Bakery. !
Rev. Father F. X. Scherer, who has been visiting in Orlando have start Mrs. Eugene Hunt has returned to :
been visiting his friend, Father Fox, ed on their long homeward journeyfor Orlando and is completing the pack-'I .
has returned to his home at Forks, Washington, D. C. ing of household goods preparatory!
N. Y. The mass meeting' tomorrow nightat to moving to Minneola, where her I 111111111111111111,111111111111111111111111111111111111111 1111111111111111
Mr. 0. B. Jannar, of Ashburn, Ga., the Orlando Opera House is of .sons, John and Bruce, own a fine for'
who has been visiting Mr. and Mrs. great importance. A commission tf- cre orange grove. Mrs. Hunt and j
M. 0. Overstreet, left yesterday for charter will be proposed and,discussed. her: splendid boys will be sorely miss- j
home. Other engagements are of minor ed and their. departure tomorrow is larch
Mrs.. J. W. Gettier and daughter, importance to this. the cause of deep regret. Begins Tuesday 25
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514 for Gasoline and
bliss Norman, left yesterday for a Keep your eye on the advertisements Phone your ,
three visit oil Prompt delivery.
weeks' to Fort Lauderdaleand which appear in the Sentinel- I
Miami. they will keep you posted on the "new Mr. H. T. White, of Texas, is look-,
Ten per cent off on all linen and things just out" and enable you to ing over Florida and it is his opinion
Lace at Hamilton & Dunn's. purchase every thing you buy with that ranch farming in Florida can Closes Monday March 31 '.
Mrs. Elizabeth Black, who has been forethought. be made to pay as well as in Texas. ,
enjoying Orlando life for several 1 Shannibarger's for bicycles and He says that there are many favor- .
months, started for her home at Rox- sundries.Mr. able conditions here for hog and cat-
bury, Mass. Moses DeBerry of New York tle ranching, and that the state has 111111111111111II1111111111111111111111111111111111111IIII IIIIIIIIIIIIIII

Mrs..Thomas"Wilmardt, of Washington state was in Orlando yesterday takinga some advantages over Texas. ,
D. C., one of Orlando's win brief peep at the city beautiful and Major B. A. Scott and-family in a .
ter guests, has returned to the Cap as he is looking for a desirable place large touring car, passed through this ONE WEEK OF
itol City. for a winter home we hope to see him city yesterday enroute to their homein
Hot cross buns. Hot cross buns. .again. Pittsburg. They have been touring -
Rock's Bakery. Mason Ridgeway, of North Caro- South Florida and will visit Orlando
Mr. J. M. Bissell, who has been I lina, is in Orlando and will spend next winter, again. The en-
sojourning in Orlando for some time, I several days looking over farm lands. tire family were pleased with Or- SAVING
returned to his home at Garrettsville, I He goes to Apopka today. It is his lando. They had heard of the fameof
Ohio last nightMr. I I intentions to engage in general farming the New Seminole hotel at Winter
and Mrs. J. S. Walker, of Mus,i on a large scale. Park and was heading for there for
keegon, Mich., who have spent several -I Mr. and Mrs. 'Hildebrandt, who the night. 111111111111111111111111111111t AT '1111.llllllllll.llllllllllllllll

months in Orlando, started home:have been spending some weeks in OrLando Among Orlandoites attending the \
ward yesterday. I j I started yesterday for their homein Audubon meeting at Maitland Tues-
Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Clark, after, Wilmington, Ohio. We fear they day were Judge and Mrs. T. P. War- '
having spent a pleasant winter in:,will find traveling dangerous in the low, Mrs. Edna Fuller, Doctor and The Big White Store
Orlando, have returned to their homein 'good' old buskeye state. Mrs. J. C. Howell, Mr. W. F. Arm-
Washington, D. C. | We do all kinds of Job printing. strong, Master Paul and little Miss
Mrs. H. B. Leake, secretary of the I Try us on your next Job. Elizabeth Armstrong, Mr. and Mrs.F. .

local Presbyterian Missionary Societyis : Mr. C. H. Gardner, the efficient A. Curtis, Mrs. Switzer, Mr. and
attending a district missionary;i night operator at the Postal Tele- Mrs. Albert Reed, Mrs. Tremain, Mr. Where Your Dollars Do Double .

meeting at Plant City. I graph office, had a sister living at and Mrs. Algernon Haden and Mrs.C. .
J. B. Magruder now has every-:Columbus, Ohio and has sent several B. Robinson. Duty
thing that goes to the make up of a telegrams with a hope of reachingher Money to loan on improved property.S. .
:modern equipment except a church but up to time of going to press, Y. Way.
and a flying machine, and he is figur- he could hear nothing and he naturally .
W. J. M Bride, one of the old timersof iiiiiiititittttiiitiiiiiiiiiiiiitiiintttttttttttttttttiiit iiiiiiiiiiiinni
those. feels considerable I
ing on concern.
Sanford was in Orlando yesterday
visiting his friend, J. B. Magruderand
called in to see the Sentinel office ,
HtlllllllMIIIMIIMIItmilllMMMMIIIIIII and to greet the proprietor, with MADDOCKS-FIELD PLAYERS.The .

whom he used to hit the trail in Sanford cast of excellent players who

MANHATTAN twenty years ago. It was a pleasureto are soon to appear here, is said tobe
talk over old times and have a New
one of the best in the South. Each Everything
hearty laugh over Mr. Magruder's
member an artist in his or her respective -
swimming pool that didn't pool wortha
4 line, making it possible for
cent He is the same big hearted
1 perfect productions in the of
H SHIRTS way .
Me. with that hearty laugh that just
the author of the play intended. The
bubbles over with fun. Come again, sterling young actor, Mr. Norman R. IN LACES, EMBROIDERIES, SHIRTS, KI-
Me. and cheer us MONAS
up. Field, heads the cast and is considered UNDERWEAR. HEADQUARTERS ;
'Are recognized as the BEST, thereforewe Shannibarger's for bicycles and one of the biggest favorites, as a FOR HOUSEHOLD GOODS AND SCHOOL :
carry them. Our last shipment consistsof sundries. stock leading man, in the South today. SUPPLIES.McCULLOCH'S. :
the very latest patterns and designs in Orlando is building not only business His clever work and gentlemanly -
extra LONG and SHORT sleeve lengths.We blocks, but residences in propor- principles have won for him a host
are ready for your inspection tion in both number and cost. Since of friends and admirers, who always
January 22 twenty-five permits for welcome his return; whenever he ap-
residences have been issued aggre- pears. Other members of the well I
DICKSON gating the snug sum of. $41,264 in balanced cast are Mary Daniel, Dixie DEPARTMENT
value. They range in cost from the Burleigh Pearl Gorman, Louise Tay- ;
five hundred dollar cottage to the lor, Oscar B. Boes, Henry Coroneas,
handsome residence worth $10,000 Jack Montague, the South's sweet- OPPOSITE POST OFFICE t.

THE MEN'S OUTFITTERS We will venture the assertion that in est singer, Happy Jack Hearney, the
both number and total cost of resi- original "Is Everybody Happy" and CALL and BE CONVINCED"LOWEST j
Agents Dunlap Hats bences erected within the length of others. The cast is a guarantee of a
THE MARX time named Orlando exceeds other first class '
HOME OF HART SCHAFFNER any entertainment as severalof PRICES ALWAYS"
CLOTHING city in the state'- outside of Jack- them will be remembered as "hav-
,sonville, Tampa and Pensacola.- ing made good" with other standard

:. ,",,,, ,, Ullllti. .,, ." ,, , $ ;, Tampa Times. attractions during the past 1))

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ITEMS BUSINESS BOOSTERS NOTICE -, Experienced managers, .... .. ,
'Taft, Fla., March 26th.;-Mrs. J. B. CLASSIFIED (man and'wife) want the, manage- >M********+*mJiiiiii'ii l
L Grant who has been visiting D. B. Business Boosters (classified advertisements ment of a European hotel, on salary, r .
) received after 10 o'clock or would rent good place. Address;
Sphaler and family left for Jacksonville midnight, will be run in the "Too Late Hotel, P.O. Box 672.:'Orlando, Fla. 3t ,
last Thursday to Classify" column. .
Mrs. Eugene White was a visitor Boosters of five lines, or .less-approximately To, Rent-at' 308 West street, ten
at Orlando last Friday. 30 words-one time, 25 rooms, more or leas Hot ,and cold'
cents; three times 50 cents; one week
Henry Boeck after several weeksstay (six daily and one weekly editions) water; electric lights. Large gardenof
at his winter cottage, left last $1.00; one month, 300. trait H. W. HOWARD. iIOO'OO Buick Users

Sunday for his home in Davenport, ;
Iowa. TO LET-Four room house in Concord WANTED-To buy second hand fur
Park. Rent low. Apply to J. L niture. 209 W. Pine St. It I
Mrs. Chas. Hartley and son'Edward I Frost, West Amelia Ave. 4t For Rent-Furnished large airy
visited Orlando Tuesday.
FOR SALE-Corner property, close rooms for light house-keeping. Closein '
Mrs. Chris Holdorf of Winter One
Park in. East of railroad. House of 312 N. Main street. Rent reason Every a BUTCH BOOSTER
visited relatives here
Tuesday. eight rooms and bath; modern con able. 4t
f Mrs. Emma L. Bray and Mrs. E. A. veniences. Twelve fruit trees on
Warner of Chicago are guests of their the lot. A bargain at 400000. '
room house $10.00 '
Address, "Owner, P. 0. Box, No.
brother, Geo. IG Thomas. 225, City. 6t per month, also furnished rooms: .H ,
J. H. Estes, C. H. Nelson and R. FOR SALE-Small seedling orange cheap. 209 West Pine.
Harriman were business visitors at ,
trees 'in any quantity at five cents
Orlando Tuesday. WANTED-Teamster, several week
each. G. T. HULL, ,
Birdie Prescott; of Winter Park, work hauling oranges, good wages,
Pine Castle road. Inquire at 103 E. Robinson avenue,
spent last Sunday with his parents, ,
--- --- - Orlando, Florida. A. A. Gould.
M,. and Mrs. Prescott, near Taft. FOR SALE-House and lot, south
Mr. Carl,Sphaler and Miss Frances side of Lake Eola, corner Washing.ton WANTED-Old Mirriors resflvered,
and East street five blocks east
making them as good New
as new.
Dennis visited 'friends in
Kissimmee of court house. Two stories semi-
ones made to order by the latest improved .
Sunday.J. log house, living room, dining room, French process and damp:
0. Collins made a business trip to pantry and kitchen first floor, four i proof backing put on them. Send
; Orlando last ThurscJ y. large airy bed rooms and bath on I.postal, name and address to H. A. '
k second floor. One of the'handsomest Royston, and I will call and take
Mr. and Mrs. Charley Franklin and houses in the best location in : Mar22-lm yourorder. 6UICK"24't
'Mrs. Helen Maurer of Bloomington, Orlando. 16-23.

I1L, were visitors in Orlando Monday.J. Lost-Somewhere between Law.
FOR SALE-Good Horse
N. Ahick formerly agent for the Harness. For work Carriageand on driv rence hotel on Church street and Orange There is a certain your own

last Thurs. to accept a position with ing. Apply to Wm. Halloway, Win avenue, a ladies small gold motor car gives in ,
last Thursday to accept a position for ter Part, Ha. 12t watch. Finder return to this office you your community. :

4 : the same company at DeLeon Springs, BUY a lot in Thornton.Park, a nicesuburb and receive liberal reward. There is
a, certain satisfaction
Fla.,, Chas. Hartley succeeds him at in east part of the city. Carl WANTED-To buy small grove five in knowing you

this place. Jensen. I to ten acres. Must be a bargainand I own'a car that win take you anywhere and bring t
accessible to Orlando. State location
Mr. And Mrs. Tice left Monday for
FOR SALE-40 acres of fine'land in and cash price in first letter.I
back. It is
a. trip through Kentucky. Mr. R. Volusia County, near station and Owners only. P. 0. Box 353 Orlando, you this quality of dependability which
Harriman will occupy their home until fine lake; $500. Terms. J. McKay, Fla. 24-3t 5
their return.: city. has put 110,000 Bricks on the road, and it is this
For Sale-I corner lot, six room+
Miss, Frances Dennis was shopping FOR SALE-New seven-room house house, $1,850.00, if taken before April same quality of dependability which has made I iii

in Orlando Tuesday.Ed. with all modern conveniences. E. 209 West Pine. every one of those 110,000 Buick
Sphaler spent Sunday at' Pine H. Gore, 409 Anderson St. 7t users a Buick !II iii
Castle. WANTED-Clean Cotton Rags the booster.
FOR SALE-5% acres with five-room I
Chas. Tomkins made a business trip Sentinel Office.
house on railroad only few hundred -I &
to Orlando last Saturday. feet from stopping place. Plenty of I The Buick overhead valve motor has
more ;
The Taft Garden Co. is making shade and small shrubbery. Ten to power i : ;

daily shipments of sweet potato twelve other bearing small orange fruits. trees Good, pearsand hunting WELCOME TO per cubic inch of piston displacement than any iiii

plants to South Carolina, Alabamaand and fishing, and especially suitedto other type of motor ever built It costs
Georgia. those who come to Florida for the ROYAL PALM us more

Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Riley have returned winter and like the country life with to make it but costs yon less to run it. i iiii
easy access to town. J. P. Perkins,
.- from a few weeks stay at
Orlando, Fla. General Delivery. BARBER SHOP
Sand Lake. H

'r At the special meeting of the town OAK HILL is the beautiful subdivision I ROADSTERS AND TOURING'CARS, $950 TO $1650, F. 0. B. '
council last Tuesday night it was to the Northeast of the city and ; and Complete. S :
decided to ask the county commission I Carl still Jensen.have some choice lots there. Everything new, individual ORLANDO. Catalogue on Request.

ers to establish a drainage district electric attachments at every .
t -' The district will include 16000 acres of WANTED-To rent for one year or chair. No stone has been left

land to be drained by two large canals more, eight room house centrally unturned to make this shop ai
located. M. C. Browne
Orlando Fla.
and laterals meet th of the
Petitions erequirementa
are being circulated
Box 673. Iw 15-22
1 among the property owners most particular. Plenty of I Cook Automobile Co.I
within the proposed district. The WANTED-By experienced man. Po.: room. Courteous attendants.
mensition as floral and landscape.gard- '
petitions are meeting with ELIJAH WHITEHEAD,
' ener, the taking care of gentleman'splaces .
success and believe there will be no Orlando FloridaMILL
during summer, or permanent, Proprietor. ,
trouble in getting the required two- not for a home, would live on placeif
Orange Are, - Orlando, Fla. ,
thirds of the signaturse of property so desired, or as janitor of public
Jrafldings. Strictly' temperate. Ad.dress .
owners. Present
prospects indicate Philip Bunn, Orlando, Fla. 7t
the drainage of Taft and surroundin2eommunity -

is to be a sure thing and -
-- ------
will be --- ------------ KrV-MR _-_ ..
accomplished within a few _Y_
: months thereby making this locality LIGHT
: one of the best farming localities in ,

f' the Mrs.state.J. E. Tracey Julia and Clara END SALL PATH TO PROSPERITY

Tracey were shopping in Orlando

Wednesday. .
Merchants who use Electric Signs never lose '

way by choosing the wrong road to suc
The wind and rain
storms that have
made such a tremble toll on life and cess. You simply cannot fail to attract new

property in the north was very wide customers if you use an Electric Sign. It acts

spread, extending from the Dakotasto like an irresistible
I magnet drawing the
the New
England states and from
F lakes trade within its reach: That is the reason
great to Tennessee, in more J
or less severity.fh6 ., THE LAST WEEK they"command the attention of buyers.

storm apparently traveled inrtlays .

covering a period of three days For Every Store OwnerNo

and beginning came as with three the separate wind storm calamities of last, While we have not saved the best for the last week of ourMill

Sunday, followed in matter how small his business, the Elec. .
many bya
:blizzard of snow, which finally turned End Sale, yet the values we offer you during these remain- trio Sigh is the cheapest and most effective

to rain, causing the terrible floods advertising.

ha.that have wrought, such havoc. Oma ing few days make the Final Windup the Climax of Bargain Phone for our Sign Designer, to call and submit ,

loss of life and property from the a sketch. '
wind storm and Dayton, Ohio, was the I No Trouble to Us..-No Expense to You. '
greatest sufferer from the floods, although i

: :- Cincinnati, and Columbus sustained OUR OFFERING IN THE FOLLOWING LINES

f .Y'. lives rendered At Peru were great homeless., lost Indiana loss, also.and, several All many river hundred hundred townsin WILL APPEAL TO. YOUMEN'S I ORNDO W T[ & U T e I

Ohio and Indiana suffered
more or '
less loss. L COOK WITH GAS

Dayton is at the junction of three .
rivers, one of which flows through the i
- '
,1' city. There had been leeves built up MEN'S SHOES LADIES SHOESUNDERWEAR SHEETS
for the protection of the city. The n
immense volume of water that flowed MEN'S HATS, TOWELS '.

into the river caused one of these to MEN'S SHIRTS DRESS GOODS BEDSPREADS- .
break and a wall of water twenty feet Model
4 high rushed down over the city deluging MEN'S UNDERWEAR CORSETS TABLE LINENS Grocery

everything before it, and drowning

hundreds of people. One hospitalin .
which 600 people were housed was 18 West Church Street *

. patient there deluged were was and lost four it is hundred supposed One,school pupils that in which every was Come Way Come o.Morrow I Come [Ely Day FANCY AND STAPLE GROCERIES. NEW .ANj],

submerged and it is said all the FRESH

' ; t children went to a watery grave. At We Give Our Personal Attention to Our Customers and
hotels people were driven to the roof.
All store and supply houses are filled Guarantee Satisfaction and Prompt Delivery

by the flood and a food famine is on. Give Us a Trial

For a width of three miles, the cityis THE HAMM ND Hi BUNCH! COMPANY

:. i streets a ruin and, there in many being no places such buildings thing as .. .Sightler Bros., Proprietors |

are swept away and jammed togetherin e-
' a mass of wreckage. The terrors of MiniilllllllHIIIIMtttltMIIIMIIMMIIIIillKm'TAFT

this storm and flood 'are the most t

t widespread that has ever visited this

country. to States extend are help making to the appropriations suffering BEAD THE 8_ I1Jn THE NEW

and the situation is being met Sentinel Want Ads Pay Advertisers.

promptly. ... ,

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The Book Kissed By Many PresidentsAs WHEN YOU BUY

They Took Oath of Office-
Every person visiting official Wash
ington will be interested in seeing the
old Bible which presidents for more I JEWELRY

than a Century have pressed to their ALMOST HERE AND IF YOU NEED ANYTHING IN

lips as'they pledged their life service THE LINE OF UP TO DATE DRY GOODS, CLOTHING, ,
to this country. Besides the-pres- .t

idents, many of the Chief Justices HA1'S'lD SHOES, ALSO LADIES READY TO WEAR ; :Money Invested With Us Is

,have taken the oath of office over this DRESSES OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS COME TO B. SALOMUN ,* Profitably Spent. Give Us the
little volume. It is in the custody of ,
SATISFACTION GUARANTEED OR MONEY Opportunity of Being the SourceOf
the clerk of the Supreme Court of the ., Your Supply.
United States, who once in every four REFUNDED.
years brings it forth for presidential You Cannot Judge Ue Unless I.
inauguration day.It You See What We Have, and

is a tiny'little book, only five anda I B. lomon Orlando You.We are. Always Glad To Show 1!

half inches long and three and a half : 4
inches wide. It is bound in bright red : You Cannot Judge Us Unless

morocco leather, with the word 4 IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII'IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII IIIIIIIIIIII111111111111111111 1111f1 Make, or Need Anything In Our 1
"Bible" printed in diminutive gold let- Line, We Are Sure We Can \

ters on the back. But one does not Please You. If You Don't, Need

see that red morocco cover unless he Anything, We Are Just As Glad
remove the little black leather slip To Have You Come Into Our

which protects it. Long, long ago Store. \
the little red Bible began to show COMPAN : OUR REPAIR WORK IS

'wear, and then the black slip was PROMPT AND ACCUR- \

made to protect it-so long ago .in 'Ii ATEEVERINGIS; t

fact that fifteen of those covers, madeto Capital and Surplus and Undivided Profils $120,000.00. GUARANTEED.Allen I
protect the venerated little volume,
were worn out in the service. It is Total Resources over Three-quarters of a Million.I ,

without doubt one of the oldest Bibles,
if not the very oldest Bible, connected Report of the. Condition of Orlando & Co. \

with the government, and is certainlythe (i Bank and Trust Co, Condensed

most historicaL It is the book 4+ From Report to Comptroller
upon which, ,since 1800, very chief
Feb. 4, 1913
justice, with the single exception of < + JEWELERS
; 4 ,. RESOURCESLoans ,
Chief Justice Chase, and every mem- :
ber of the Supreme Court, has taken t *, ,! ., and Discounts....$393,161.05 Orlando
the oath of allegiance when accept- .. .:. r Overdarfts .............. 193. 3 M Florida '

ing his appointment to our highest ,, ti, : 'Q, .,, Stocks and Bonds ....... 26,018.33Real
tribunal. More than that, every 'at- I Estate, Furniture and

torney who has practiced before the I r Fixtures t.. ........... 25,853.44
Supreme Court since that date, 1800, Cash on hand and in Banks 215,084.83$660,31LI8

has pledged his allegiance over the

little volume. All, with ont exceptionalso r ,

and that exception was Daniel LIABILITIES THE NEW CASH STORE .

Webster. It is told even yet of the I Capital Stock ...........$100,000.00
Supreme Court of that day, that Mr. i Surplus and Undivided

Webstere's fame as an orator had so a z ,Profits ... ........... 22,83133
preceded him that on the occasion a Deposits ... ............ 537,418.85 r Cor. South and Hughey Sts.
when he came to argue his first case'b.efore ..' "

the court, the clerk, Mr. Cald- a $660,311.18
well, in his eagerness to hear the I I
We invite the attention of our cu'- CONSEQUENTLY -
great speaker, forgot to administer
tomers and friends to our statement CAN KEEP OUR PRICES DOWN
the oath. .
above and wish to assure them that
The little Bible is an Oxford. Tradition -
;; 3 ', we appreciate their patronage and Our Prone No. is
says that it is one of the twenty .
ask for a continuance of same.
thousand which Congress importedsoon I Don't forget that our deposits are V And an Order will Have Prompt Attention, and will be
after the Federal Government insured.A Delivered to Any Part of the City.D. .
'was established at Washington. As I I
cordial invitation is extended to
can be seen from the title it was
page -- B. RAYBON
visitors in our city to call and open Proprietor ORLANDO FLA. I
printed in 1799, and its price
cum United Stales Government,Stale and County Depository. an account with us.
privilegio was five shillings. It is
printed in the old English style, with -
the long s's and the quaint spelling r. rrs' 0... 0 ..r..r MIHIMI HtittHMMMIMMIMMIIiHItilMMM'

which are the despair of the modern -- ,J

reader fine as, to even be almost were not prohi the itive.print This so REAL[ [ESTAII A I[ fOR SAl[

Bible _has always been in the care of '

the clerk of the court, a position which W. M. SLEMONSOur ,
has been occupied since 1800 by Elias
Boudinot Caldwell, William Thomas
Carroll, Daniel Wesley Middleton, and The trend of Orlando's Growth is

,James.Hall McKenney,.the present incumbent Northeast.
Lewter's Addition and

Clerk McKenney has seen sixteen New Spring Stock is Coming InAnd Sunshine Park are'there. Near by
Presidents On thirteenof
is Paradise Hill. Let 11
these occasions he has assisted by me show you
we will offer to you a Choice Selection of High Class.Goods .
producing the Bibles that were used. IN DRY GOODS, ALL THE STAPLE AND USEFUL
It is his when the ?
duty, GOODS as well as FANCY SILKS, and FINE DRESS GOODS; ,
takes the oath of his office on Inaugu- HOSIERY IN SILK LISLE AND COTTON, ana the Many Acct -
ration Day, on the great platform sries that Women Use. EJ1'.t't.t: 1
built for the ceremony at the east of t
the Capitol, to stand at the left of '
Bargains Six Days in Every WeekWe ,
the new Executive, while the chief lllillltiilllllMMMIMilMIIIIMMMMHIitlMm
justice stands at the right, and they i
hold the Bible between them. When carry all the time a large stock of SHOES.of the best 4

the President finishes the solemn makes and newest.styles. KING QUALITY MEN'S SHOES. BRIGHAM & I
words of his oath he bows his head CRADDOCK TERRY'S WOMEN'S SHOES AND CHILD- ,HILL

and kisses the volumeas, Mr. Me- REN'S SHOES. NONE BETTER ARE SOLD IN THIS > ..

Kenny raises it to his lips. Standing MARKET ..
dose to him,'Clerk McKenney notes SCHLOSS BROS. FINE SUITS FOR MEN at $15.00, $20- .: NEWS: AGENTS !

the verse, or verses, touched by the $25.00 and $30.00 are unsurpassed for STYLE FIT AND < 0 !i

President's lips. He caefully marks QUALITY. Orlando Stationery Souvenir and Curio Store :
the place, and on the following day, LORD BALTIMORE BOYS' SUITS WILL BE SURE TO ,
or soon thereafter,he carries the Bibleto PLEASE YOU. . -22 WEST CHURCH STREET i>
the White House and presents it to \
the President's wife. 5

A day or, two after President I Ii
Hayes's 'inauguration, Mr. and Mrs. UNDERTAKER ARMSTRONG
McKenney took the President's Bibleto W M. SLEMONS i .
Mrs. Hayes. They found her in The PICTURE of Orlando

the Red Parlor, surrounded by a PINe STREET
group of callers. Mrs. Hayes asked ,
-- .
if he knew .the verses ..
Mr. McKinney -" ,
the President had kissed. When he African ,Methodist bishops came into ARM IN ARM PROGRESSIVES IN CALIFORNIAIt '- --

replied that he had marked them for :Mr. McKinley's office one morning I
which For better for for richer for will be recalled that the
them with a tremendous package, worse Progres-
her she beggedhim to read to The Famous
the 'company, and he opened,the volume proved to be a large family Bible in(poorer, the female of a bygone century :. sives of California voted under the Re- Musical 'Extravaganza

;at the'118th. Psalm, and read the a big plush box, and 'they wished to who fluttered on a strong man's publican emblem, but for,. Roosevelt -
have Mr. McKinley use it Their re arm is nearly extinct in America. electors, last November. The party
eleventh, twelfth and thirteenth vers- quest was granted, and the big bible The male of today is lucky if he is had no official existence, and obtained
es. As he slowly recited the : was one of the show objects in the Red not walloped on the tennis court, out- recognition only by capturing the Republican
"They compassed me ; yea, they fi r fi! ofth f T
compassed me.about like bees; but in Parlor of the White House for a long I swum, outgolfed and outwalked. On organization throughout the To shop I
the name of the Lord I will destroy time afterward. When Mr. Rooseveltwas I that most cruical of all occasions State. The Progressives of Californiaare y

them," Mrs. Hayes cried out in, a inducted into office as governor of when old fashions come most to the still, officially, Republican.But : I !

pained voice, "Oh, no! that verse is New York some one presented him I fore, a bride sometimes succeeds in the complete transformation is
; he with the Bible which he used on that trembling like a leaf or looking faintor now to be effected. A bill has been introduced ,
in the President's case; :
not would right not destroy anybody even if occasion. His name, which was writ-I'I' suggesting by some ingenious man- in the State Legislature providing "THE PRODUCTION BEAUTIFUL" f

compassed him 'about like hornets ten on the fly-leaf, was misspelled, ner of posture or speech that she is thatanypolitical party registering ;
they but he used the same Bible at his .:'a poor, weak, defenseless thing. But three per cent of the voters shall l25i
!" : 125 .Well-Known in the Cast
People .
'has purehased'the second inauguration, and it has been!!the attitude seldom lasts beyond the[be entitled to recognition on the ballot -
Clerk' MeKenney
one of Mrs. Roosevelt's most treasured church door. in primaries and elections, and to tWATCI
Bibles for all the Persidents inaugu- I I ,
mementoes ever since. So the current pow-wow in Paris all other privileges accorded existing I :
rated since he has held office, but two FOR
Bibles Mr. McKenney has kept many interesting i and London over the rules for arminarm parties. IT WAIT FOR IT t
or three of them did not use the
and theim is walking will have only When this bill it
Cleveland records, among a: an acad- passes-as wiles k
he Grover -
purchased.the When Capitol for his first! tabulation of the Bible verses which I. emic interest'on this side of the ocean. the title Republican will be immediately .Lucerne Theatre April 1 st
tame to
Grant's Side aide But disarded ,and the ,
inauguration he brought with him a the Presidents, from inauguration by yes. perish the name Progressive
have kissed in taking thought of substituted. Then the work of
little red Bible his mother had given to Wilson's, a strong woman clinging wholly
Vim when he Was boy, and which he their oath of office. to anything save her own sure self- revolutionizing will be finished clear f
confidence! New through from
Tribune prinicples to label
had .
always cherished a keepsake.On
that Bible h, the oath of FOR 'SALINew -seven-roon'.house, .
kl iisfan Jo
office. A few clan before Mr. Me- $3,000.with Will all take modern automobile improvements.in part Money to loan on improved property. Shannibarger's for bicycles and no your 'PrinWg ;

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Louis C. Massey, President -
I The members of the Blue Lodge .
_ T. Picton Wallow VictJW & Waters How, Caikier met in the Masonic Hall on Tuesday e
: Howard C. Babcock Au't.Ctihfer ,$mud A.Newell Au't Cubkr night and although the programme t ,

planned cou1 'not be carried out, they .. .' ..
had an informal and thoroughly delightful -'-- j ',.... .., '. :i-; ,_.. 7"'.' ">' .' ..' ," ," .- '.- ;-,... .

The evening was spent in work in

I the F. C. Degree and in short talks.
The presentation of jewels is to
take place on April 8th, at which time ..,
;; there will be an exemplification ofthe ',. ,

third degree, by past masters exclusively -

r < of Orlando Wm. S. ,Branch the candidate, Jr. being :Mr. "If I ONLY l y HAD' THE[ MONEY"[ : :

How many times you have heard and .
/ Welcome Lodge No. 9, Knights of
: possibly made that exclamation! and
ESTABLISH IN 1893 Pythias: .
Your committee on resolutions, beg
leave to submit the following: "IT IS .NOT WHAT EARN
; THIS, the oldest Bank in Orlando, has had nearly As the years multiply, and the shadows -. YOU BUT WHAT YOU

twenty years of experience of banking in this lengthen, we are repeatedly and SAVE THAT COUNTS ; > t
impressively reminded of the frailtyof ,
; section ol Florida. It offers its services to all wish human life, the silent visitor has Ten
cents saved each day for ten years will t
again invaded our Fraternal band, and
: ing to transact business with a bank carefully con-
; extended to us who are left another give you a' bank account of nearly half a .
ducted on conservative banking principles.We admonition to so live that when in the 1 .
thousand dollars, if your savings are deposited
fullness of time we shall be called

upon to cross the dark river, that each month with
draw drafts on all parts of the world and buy I
Bows by the foot of the hill of life, I ,

and sell domestic exchange. we may be found worthy to be re-
united with those who have gone before -
in one glad, joyful and eternal TIE[ PEOPLES[ NATIONAL l BANI ,
with others include
A Our correspondents, many friendship, in the great Valhalla,

the National Park Bank, New York; First National where the Spirits of Immortals dwell
,f In the demise of Past Chancellor, Four per cent interest compounded quarterly
r Bank, Philadelphia; Third National Bank, Atlanta; John W. Gettier, this Lodge has losta upon Savings Accounts. $1 opens an .

Merchants Mechanics National Bank, Baltimore; worthy Brother, a loyal friend anda account. Open yours with us today!
faithfut'Pythian therefore be .
it :
: Continental & Commercial National Bank, Chicago: Resolved, That while we bow in ,
humble submission to the Divine decree -
National Bank of Commerce, St. Louis.
we fully realize the extent of
our affliction and that we are
j We Pay 4 per cent Interest on Savings AccountsHmiMiiimiiiiiiiiiiiimHmiimiimmii takers of the sorrow and lonliness of

,. those to whom by family ties he was ,
,. .
I very near and very dear, and we earn- "
--------------- estly pray that the God of nations '. t. )l .SS S
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TUESDAY EVENING UNUSUALLY YOUNG LADIES PICNIC. and the Father of all men, will be with I ... . .. -.
I .
f GAY. them in their great bereavement, Cit '- ",
.. ..ii. .
' .,
and Holt further
Misses Mary Grace gavea
Country Club Dance, A Picnic, Bridge I very pleasant picnic yesterday afternoon Resolved: That a copy of theseresolutions } I

Party, Dinner, Recital .And in honor of their houseguestsMisses be gent to the family of
t Masonic Gathering Among Crawford, Sprague and Eg- the deceased, a copy sjnt for publi
Society Brents. gett cation and a copy spread upon the
Social life in Orlando is again in A party of ten charming young minutes of this Lodge.Respectfully. ,
full swing and Easter week is marked ladies went to Winter Park where submitted: A GALA DAY IN ORLANDO-
x by many delightful parties and on they spent the afternoon most de- JOHN W. DALE, BRING OUT THE ROOTERS ri

Tuesday night there were no, 'less lightfully, boating and taking in the N. P. YOWKLL: 1
x 4 than six happy "affairs." I beauties of this attractive suburb of C. K. POMERUi, Visitors to the Country Club have wMeteresmca .
,; Mrs. W. P. Watson and Mrs. Chas. Orlando. Ctmniittee.To been more or less perturbed and have

Campbell were hostesses for a pret- One of those'delightful picnic sup- had their patience so shaken up by

tily arranged bridge party at "Ala- pers planned as only girls can plan, Welcome Lodge No. 9, Knights of their travels over the root infested OF
bama," given in honor of Misses was eaten at the bridge and the Pythias: streets leading to the Club grounds .

Clark, Sprague, Eggitt and Crawford, merry laughter and sweet voices that We oyur committee of sesolutions, that the managers have issued a proclamation -
j .the house guests of the Misses Holt rang out on the evening air told the respectfully sumit the following: that the roots must go.
Early in the evening Mr. and Mrs. story of sweet girl life, and tarried In his periodical visitations to exact Accordingly every able bodied man,
< Mather Smith entertained a party of the minds of several spectators back his toll, the Grim Reaper is no res- every willing hearted man and every Spring!
z twelve at dinner in the New Seminoleat to those happy days that come but pecter of persons, and sometimes the man willing to help boost Orlando
Winter Park, for Mr. and Mrs. once in life. The girls came home on. best and noblest among us, are called and one of her popular institutionsis
McAlpine of. Chicago. the seven 'twenty train feeling that upon to pay the toll. invited to meet at the scene ,of Styles

,The Country Club ballroom pre they had. an afternoon of real out- In summoning from our midst, our activities this afternoon at two o'clock
sented a lively scene, for a large ing.Mr. highly esteemed and well 'respected and bring with him a grub hoe-remember ,
crowd danced to the splendid music J. W. Scanland, of West Car- Brother, Past Chacellor, Walter A. the word G-R-U-B H-O-E-
furnished by the Scruggs orchestra,, rolton, Ohio, who has been visiting Smith, this Fraternity has lost a don't leave that last part off. You
and the House Committee, chainnaned d i nthe home of his sister, Mrs. M. worthy Brother and a sincere Friend need not even bring a bottle of gingerale FASHIONABLEAND
by Mr. LeRoy Giles, were most attentive Keyes of this city, left for home last and the community a loyal and up- with you as the refreshments will
hosts. night. Mr. Scanland's home is only right citizen, heretofore be it resolved be in the hands of a special committee,I
x About thirty young people enjoyed seven miles from Dayton, Ohio, and that, and for flavor and stimulating power BECOMING
; t moonlight swim at Russell's Point, is in the direct path of the flood, and Whereas, Brother Smith has taken will excel those dispensed at the
followed by a picnic supper. he has a daughter there he felt much the trail to that undiscovered country great pie counter in the city of Wash-

The Greig Recital given at North concern and was so wrought up that from whose bourne no traveler re- ington.
Highlands was attended by many he.took the midnight train for home,j f I turns, while we acknowledge the justice The only thing you need be con- Straw
music lovers, and the soloists for the and while it is hoped that his daughter of the decree, we who are left to cerned about is that grub hoe and an

evening were Mrs Murphy, Miss, was spared, yet that entire country mourn his loss, fully realize that in axe. The rest of younwants will be
Rooney, Miss Smith, Mr. Symonds suffered so heavily from the effects the passing away of Brother Smith, attended to. Hats
: and Mr.; Ball. of the flood that he may well we have lost a Brother whose life was The ladies of the Red Cross will
{ While these pleasant parties we retaking entertain serious fears. one continual exemplification of that take charge of the hospital service,

place in various parts of the I .., I brotherhood and Friendship and of and the ladies of the civic league will .
city, the members of the Blue Lodge Mrs. A. L Mallory's and Mrs. J.. M. that Fraternal Spirit which is the i. take care of those who do not properly -
4 were quietly indulging in a "smoker." Thayerg Reception. bond of our beloved Order. come across.A "
We bow our heads in sorrow with photographer will be on deck at .
all those who were so fortunate to ''three o'clock to take a picture and Brown &
THE THORTON DINNER PARTY The "Three Pines" is the dignifiedname as Lartigue
> for the dignified house on the know and love him, and share in the Orlando determination will be photo-

Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Thornton, and bank of Lake Cherokee, which was bereavement of those to whom by the graphed to the world. ,
ties of Home and Kinship he The newspaper men, that overworked
daughter Mayme, gave a delightfuldinner the center of attraction yesterday for was
party at their attractive Jack the society people of our city and near and dear, and we sincerely pray poorly paid, forlorn army of hope
that the Comforter will be with and will be provided with reserved seatsin
son street home last evening. The nearby towns. The stately ladies who -
dining ,room was tastefully decorated received a line of Four Hundred sustain them in their severe affliction, a shady spot to take note of the . . . . -
workers, and occasionally cheer
t with lillies and orange blossoms, and guests, the superb hangings on the be it further up ADVERTISE '
the fat man with kind word.If .
presented a most inviting appear walls behind them and the floral decorations Resolved: That a copy of these IF YOU EVERYTHING
there is a root left in the street
f ance. everywhere to the right and resolution be sent to the relatives of Want a Cook '
The evening was pleasantly spentin to the left of -them made a picture the; deceased; a copy sent to the paper from Concord Park to the Country Want a'Partner -IN-
Club after tomorrow night, it will besomebody's
social intercourse and in the play that called up pleasant memories of for publication, and a copy spread upon Want a Situation .
4 ing of that popular game, Auction great canvasses in the old world's I the minutes of this Lodge..' fault. Be on time anddon't Want a'Servant Girl FEEDFOR
t Bridge. galleries-and-we are in a new country Respectfully submitted, forget the grpb hoe. S Want.to Sell a Piano ;
'I he inorntons came from Barnes- and in a town not yet fifty years JOHN T. DALE, If you havent a grub hoe come any Want to Sell a Carriage '
ville, Pennsylvania and the guests of old! N. P. YOWELL way as there will be several extras. Want to Sell Town Property -
r the evening were all from their former C. K. POMEROY, The beginning of hostilities will be on Want to Sell Your Groceries '
home, and these old time friends MRS BLACKMAN AND MRS. Committee.Mr. Sweet avenue. Conveyances furnished Want to Sell Your Hardware I
.: enjoyed the social evening so pro- BREWER ENTERTAIN to those not supplied. Want customers for Anything LIVE( STOCK

; foundly that it will be one of the C. B. Witt, of Tampa, is a t Advertise Daily in This Paper '
pleasant memories of life in Orlan- Winter Park has had many pretty the San Juan. BASKETS HAVE GONE UP S Advertising Is the Way toSuccesa '

do.The social events this season, and even Our good friend, Wm. Hansel of Advertising Brings Customers LAUBACH
Thorntons understand the art I now that many of the winter guests Mr. 0. L. Koegel, of Valdosta, Ga., Pine Castle'rolled' into the city yesterday S Advertising Keeps Customers '
of entertaining, and nothing was have departed for their northern is in Orlando for a few days. i in his fine automobile, and pulled) Advertising Insures Succeu '
The Grain Man.
s omitted that would in any way contribute homes, the festivities still continue. out from under the seat two new S Advertising Shows Energy
; to the pleasure of the occaeion. Last week Mrs. Blackman was host Misses May H. Elliott and Harriet baskets of new beans. The beans AdvertiaingShowsPlack Chercfa Street, Phone 18
ess at a charming out-door luncheonat Otte of Cincinnati, are in Orlando quickly evaporated and Mr. Hanselset Advertising Is "Bii"I
V The refreshments were true to that which Mrs. Richard Genius, oJ f guests of the San Juan. the new baskets down on some Advertise of I- ..
i; feature of the evening's enjoyment, Chicago, and Mrs. Phiffard, of New trash barrels in the rear of a certain Advertise Long ---,
Mrs. Thornton again demonstratingher York, were the honorees. Tuesday Mr. and Mrs. E. T. Lockwood, and doctor's office while he went .in andre Advertise WellADVERTISE e
ability to anticipate the enjoyment another attractive affair;of this kind children, of Greenwich, Conn, a interviewed the doctor. Meantime then L. J. Mustard
; of her friends, and not the smallest was given at the t pretty home of among the late arrivals at the Sa coon wagon came along to gather up At One '
I detail was overlooked.All Mrs. Brewer. Juan.' the trash and when they pulled to IN THE SENTINELS a
up . . . TIE CdlROPDD ISI
all S e S S .
in it
was an evening of: these particular barrels the driver .
bread-breaking among friends only The annex to the depot of the L A; Mr. and Mrs. L G. McKnight arrived expostulated in negro lore on the extravagance .
; friends can break bread together, and N. Railroad Company at Carryville in Orlando last night from of "de doctor" and con- Manicure, Pedicure, Shampoo
H. Dana winter visitor to St
was so full of real enjoyment that has been completed, making the building Gardner, Mass. They are stoppingat & gratulated each other on their good Face and Scalp Massage
u none shall forget the occasion. an imposing structure... the San Juan. luck as they rolled up eyes that look- Petersburg, has started a movementto ,
F ed like peeled onions. establish an aquarium in the Sunshine Parlor over Dickson & Lea afore ,

Mosey to loan.on improved property. Shannibarger's for bicycles. sad Inspect Shanhibarger'g big stock of Mr. Hansel will bring in beans City in which to keep all kindsof corner Orange and Central

', '- .:\.,_ & Y. Way. undrkt. -- _'. Bicycle tires. again, but hot in those baskets. fish which inhabit Tampa Bay. Avenues. i