The daily sentinel

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The daily sentinel
Uniform Title:
Daily sentinel (Orlando, Fla.)
Alternate Title:
Daily South Florida sentinel
Place of Publication:
Orlando Fla
Josiah Ferris
Creation Date:
March 28, 1913
Daily (except Monday)
normalized irregular
Physical Description:
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Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
newspaper ( marcgt )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando
28.533611 x -81.375833 ( Place of Publication )


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

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Columbus 0.,. March 27. With Cincinnati, ohio.. March 27.-The Cleveland, 0., March 27, MidnightThe New York, March 27.-The following Some one who could employ their 1 Jerome Palmer and his good horse

Otto rivers and' streams subsiding continued rains of ,the last twenty fire at Dayton which burned telegram was eceived here late I. time to much better advantage, made 1 were close friends. They loved eaca

#-: today, the State is emerging from the four hours completely changed the throughout the night and today, was this afternoon from John M. Patterson a false report to the Postoffice De-. other as a kindly disposed man andan

greatest flood it has ever known. The complexion of the river situation in finally controlled this afternoon. Governor president of the National Cash partment at Washington that Post- intelligent horse can and often

lost of life has been heaVJ-BO' heavy this city,.and today, according to experienced 'Cox's secretary, who is at Day- Register Company, who is in chargeof j I master O'Neal has been admittingthe do. They were together to the last '"

:that;the full extent will not be revealed river men, Cincinntai is ton, says the death toll in Ohio from I the'relief work at Dayton. Daily Sentinel to the mails in moments of the master's life on earth.

; until the waters have receded. threatened with one of the worst flood and fire may reach ten thousand -: "The situation here is desperate.All violation of the Postal Laws. If that dutiful friend-that intelligent

'When the ,full account, is made, it: floods in her,history. people, except on the outskirts, To begin with, anyone who knowsW. horse could talk, all the mystery surrounding -

,:is :believed 'that the total death'list. With the Muskingum, Scioto and Blizzard Raging imprisoned by the water, have had R. O'Neal, knows that the man the tragic ending of Jerome

for the State Will ran well over,two the two Miamis pouring their millionsof Columbus reports there are from no food, no drinking water, no light who could induce him to vary one Palmer's life would clear away.

thousand, and that the property damage gallons of water in the Ohio and six hundred to a thousand dead in nor heat for two days. We have hadno iota from the rigid compliance with Accepting the physical facts found

will amount to one hundred million the Licking, on the Kentucky side, doing that region and two hundred and fifty house to house communication for I the law, would be more than an ordinary surrounding the lake the most accept ,

dollars. I likewise, the river during the reported dead at, Hamilton, but,two..-days., I mortal There is not a ,more able theory seems to be that Mr.
,Dayton is the worst afflicted of the night rose to fifty-seven and seven- this report together with that from I "Dayton water works stopped two systematic and methodical man in Palmer rode his horse out into the

nany citi swept; by the floods. Not tenth feet at this point, and was increasing Columbus, is not confirmed. The I days ago. Orlando than Mr. O'Neal and while waters of the lake as far as the horse

only, has the,death loss from drowning at the rate of two inchesan reservoirs at Celina and Lewiston "Fire has been raging here for he is always ready to accommodate, could wade and that then he plunged

there:been extremely heavy, but hour. ;Which were reported several times twenty-four hours in the center of he is known to be 'so averse to any himself headlong into the peaceful

:Ire which raged'unchecked early this Radical observers predict a seventy- I as having been swept away are still : the city. The Beckel hotel burned. subterfuge that no man who knows bosom of the waters which he had h

morning threatened, to destroy the foot stage, but more% conservativemen : I intact, although it is admitted they "The weather turned suddenly cold him would have the hardihood to ask selected for his death couch. This,

taeiaees'section:; say that sixty-three feet would are weakening and may go out out, and with a strong wind and snow; him to vary from the strict observ- however, is only speculation. The R

Report to Governor not be improbable, and that, unless any momentA the current too strong for row boats ance of the law, and every man who facts will never be known.

.G George F. .Burba,, private secretary the two ,Miamis run out more grad- blipzard-like storm of wind and,and rafts. Need help. Can reach us I knows him knows that this states the His body was found in about ten

to Governor: Cox, made a hazardous ually than is expected, an even greater snow is sweeping practically the en- today from nearby cities. Help shouldbe I truth of him. feet of water, about fifty feet from

trip to Dayton,and last night' reported stage may be recorded. tire state and adding greatly to the in form of motor boats and peopleto On the other hand, if there is a the shore, nearly straight out from
that, the ,property loss would The Central Union Station was. suffering. run them. Need good row boats.,, printer in Orange county who knows the point that had been marked by

amount to:!150,000,000 and the deaths abandoned last night, and all trains Wire communication completely interrupted "We need soldiers for protection' the newsaper business fom a 'to z, Charlie Lartigue yesterday, where the

jroaid approximate one thousand. leaving or entering this city are be- in nearly all directions and I and help. Fire engines, motor trucks it is Josiah Ferris, and every man the tracks of the horse indicated he

From all sections of the State mili- ing detoured. railroad traffic, save over, the lake i and automobiles needed; also provisions who reads this knows that this states had entered the lake.

'Ma equipped with:food and blankets The ,flood entered several, business shore, is paralyzed. I clothing and medical supplies.i the truth. Hugh.Davids and Hugh. .Allen waded
dare hastening,to:;the relief of the'Dayton houses ,in the lower section of town "Our factory is still safe, has own Neither the publisher of this papernor out almost in a straight- line from- the

sufferers,and it waa reported last during the night, and early this morn- Special to the Sentinel I power, heat, electricity and water Mr. O'Neal has had any thoughtof point indicated, and when they got

nifkt.that the advance guard was pa. ing found the entire "bottoms" of the Columbus, 0., March 27. -Stricken plant We and private houses caringfor deviating from the rule laid down beyond wading point they dived and"

trolling the.pimcipal.etreets in boats sea of moving vans, working''' up to Dayton's appeal for rescue from the many people, but they are onlya by Uncle Sam, and if the green-eyed on second time Mr. Davids dived, he

; and checking incipient ruffianism.. their aacty. flood and fire today became heartrending small part of the sufferers." i iI monster who wrote that letter would saw the body and on the third time

.The list of known'dead,in this city At Lawrenceburg, twenty-five I miles with petitions for coffins and I 'take the pains to ascertain, the facts he brought it to the surface and

. :fiat,been increased to twelve' ; with a below this fctyjfearing that the backwater food Dayton, is not the only town?; More Cheerful Reports I he would hate himself all the rest of started for the shore, where with the ,

';. sitting,list of fifty. At Delaware' from! the. Great Miami would that sent pleas to the people of the I SpedeJ to the Sentinel his days, that are.alloted him among I assistance of Hugh Allen, he was

;; the known .dead number'thirty-three. I flood the town i ,the ,Baltimore ;and state and nation. While telegraphand Cincinnati, 0., March 27.-News of who have better ideas of life. taken on shore and placed upon the k

.Sidney,reports one hundred, dead and I Ohio Railroad track which"runs along telephone communication is still I'a more cheering nature was received The Sentinel has paid regular post- ground, and by this time others arrived

'. Tiffin' fifty. the. river,, Was dynamited last"night r practically parylized,,the',repor|comes here tonight from flood and fire II l.age on everything that has gone on the' scene.

\ lewbtewn 'Reservoir Safe to give the "water'Egress to the.Uhio tot this,city fom.whence',relief measures .!I strickeir" Dayton. While conditions I II I through the mails and the Tegularapplication 1 t The body was clad with .the usualfottssjot r
:It'is believed:thU morning tht-th e J river:, "piis:has lightened1he town's. 'are'.:au&rat*beyond''de"acrlptioti, it' iJ1 m\de':' for, admission*to Mr.. Palmer, coat tightly
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.reservoir" burden for the time being Uneon- believedthe,death toll has been greatly -[the mails. r toneda d cravat tied r
'Lewiston n&aj. ;Dayton, I Cox, show the loss of, life has 'I II j } \ neatly I
'which had threatened to. break ,dar firmed reports state that four per more widespread than at first i overestimated. According to information -! The Sentinel [editor would feel a The body was taken by Sheriff

: ing the night. ; had,.been,m, ,sufficientlyI ,sons, were drowned there last night ed. 1 I' furnished by the Chief of thousand times better if no excuse Kirkwood to the Hammond & Gore '

strengthened- that no further danger The Ohio".river is rising rapidly at, The actual loss of life at Dayton j las I.Police Allback, death won't exceed I had been furnished for the "brief I undertaking .parlors, where it was

,need be feared.Resumption Portsmouth' Ohio; Catlettsburg, Ky., yet is undetermined. The estimates two hundred. mention" for he loves to think well prepared, for interment

of ,rail traffic will be and Parkersburg, W. Va. still range from one thousand' Sixty prisoners in the, workhouse, : of his neighbors. The body was found in a small and

made'today if jossible., Not only are At Huntington, W. Va., and Mays-). who have not had food or water, since, rather secluded lake called Milton,

bridges ,washed out everywhere, but ville, Ky., the river is now within a up.Meanwhile citizens of,* Columbus'Tuesday, became frenzied from hun- ATTEND THE MASS MEETINGTonight's near Lake Holden about noon yesterday -

the .tracks1 many of the principal few feet of the flood stage and rising are just beginning to realize the extent ger and thirst and mutined, thereby I [ after having been in the water

I railroads still are flooded and washouts rapidly.The of the disaster to their own I endangeding the lives of Supt. Johnson ., Meeting One of Importance about twenty-four hours. Mr. Palmer .

; ae.numerous Fearing a typhoid Big Sandy river, which enters city. The Scioto river with its bridges!i I and family. I to Every Resident of Orlando was a bachelor about fifty years
resident of Orlando should
epidemic,the 'State health department I the Ohio .near Catlettsburg, is on a I all gone had prevented the east side I Johnson has asked that a company,I I attend Every of age, and had been in business in y'

is making arrangements to dean up rampage of the city from learning of the terrible of National Guards be placed at the consideration tonight's of mass commission meeting. The this city for fully twenty years, corning -

the larger cities visited' by the,floods.I disaster of the west sid Today I work-house to hold the prisoners in govern- here from Virginia, a poor man,
Orlando is
ment most '
PURCHASED PROPERTY check. He fears it will be a important
as the water fell it became known neces- but by industry and frugal habits,
TEN THOUSAND',WITHOUT FOOD I Messrs. E. E. Stanfield, ,of Nashville that the loss of life in the submerged I sary to.shoot them should they escape topic for discussion the as the proposition -,I he acquired a neat fortune.
to fundamental
IN' MIDDLETON" OHIO Tenn., and J. J. Weaver, of Em- section is heavier than at first an from their cells. change On every side it is, said of him
'Speck! to the Sentinel : ory Gap, TeniL, who have been in this ticipated., The fact that the lowlandsin The governor is now a_t Daytonand principles of Orlando's government.)' that he was an honest 'man, dean la

Midd1etownt'O., March 27.para- section for several days prospecting, the southwest of the a thousand persons are unaccountable The Sentinel believes that the ma- morals and of splendid principles.
part city
,lyzed community of,18,000 souls, Middletown have purchased two nice tracts of inundated for several I I for and should the numberof jority of the voters of Orlando are in His fellow business men all speak of
maybe days
''awoke this morning to. face land from Mr. Lee Miller Lake dead fall low two hundred ;favor of a change from the present to *
near and number of people as as him in highest terms. It is sad to "
a great reported I
perikthat threaten her, very exist Barton and haveit out Allback he believes the commission form of government.
as soon as they can missing gives rise to the fear that as given by ,i these men who have associated with
ence. Ten thousand are home- cleared it nothing short of miraculous Whether or not the change shall be
persons w liotsltn the death list may exceed that of Day him for years, to witness the sad
less and unsheltered. Cooked food is These gentlemen are accompanied'I I After careful survey from the made will be determined by a vote of ending of a useful life by the dethronement

unobtainable but relief may come during by their wives and Miss Susie Owens, ton.Last flooded district, statisticians estimatethe the qualified voters at some future of reason, that which
evening's telephone
message 4
the day as trains and automobile I of Clarksville, Temu, and will visit from Chillicothe informed the state property loss at twenty-five millions date. But the question to be consid- makes man more than an animal, and

trucks are reported to be, rushing to 1 other portions of the state before returning officials that twenty-seven bodies ered tonight is, the form of charter which .regulates his movements as
this city After a night.of labor under to Tennessee. . .that will be submitted to the legislature God designed it :
were recovered at that point, ana the :
"trying conditions the relief committee They ,paid the Sentinel a pleasant estimates of the total, loss range CALL NAMED FOR THE UNITED I I on which permission will be Deceased had no relatives residing
this morning reported that call last evening and enrolled their I STATES asked to call an election for the
from one hundred to three hundred 1 JUDGE in this city and since leaving
thirty known persons are missing. names as subscribers to the I adoption or rejection of that form. So
paperin The death list of Piqua I I the Sanitarium, ,had been mak
,Eleven more are said to. be unacCounted oder to keep posted on the happen- least, two hundred, according to telephone Special to The SentinelJacksonville : that it becomes very necessary that ing his home with the family of Capt.
for. This does not include ings in I the report of this committee be heard .
Orange county.
from theere today.At Fla., March 27. A. G. Branham on Lucerne Circle.
the people who be housed in their messages by as many people as possible that i ii it
may Troy between seventy-five and Judge Rhydon M. Call, for nearly I Two sisters residing in Virgin*
; i be thoroughly understood The
,own .homes,, whom the relief committee EASTERN SECTION IS FLOOD twenty judge of the Fourth I may
one hundred are drowned. Late re-j I years have been notified, but no word has
has not been able to I report will be open to full and free
yet BOUND I ports from other towns in Ohio and!i;Judicial Circuit, has been appointedby : yet been received from them. A
reach. discussion and every man.and woman
R Indiana, show heavy loss of life and!, President Wilson to be United I I nephew, Prof. Nottingham, residing tin
has to be heard. Be
The reflections of the fires at a right present
Special to the Sentinel ;States district judge for the Southern Alexandria Louisiana wired
property damage. I was
Franklin and at Dayton last night Cambridge, 0., March 27.-With District of Florida. and assert your views and help boost and, answered back that he would
'only served to instill more fear into the Tusearawas, Walhending and Mus- Orlando in this'ettorl -
I His appointment, which was an- : start at once, but could not reach
hearts of the here. rivers flooded WATER RECEDES IN HAMILTON
townspeople kingum
as never nounced late yesterday afternoon, was I here before Sunday and instructed to
Middletown is entirely without fire have been flooded before, and the REAL ESTATE MOVES
made the recommendation of '
upon hold body until then if possible. In
.protection and while fortunate enough three valleys covered with water in Special to The Sentinel. I{ United States Senators Fletcher and I{ During the winter months there was this the undertakers will have to be
thus facto have escaped a conflagra- some places five miles wide, Eastern Hamilton, 0., March 27.The wa-i Bryan, of Florida, made to Attorney considerable complaint that real estate governed by conditions of the body.
'tion those who in charge Ohio is flood-bound. So far f was not moving with the rapidity of
yet are as can ter has receded in the streets of Ham- General McReynolds. The attorney Mr. Palmer was a member of the
:of 'the work in hourly' dread lestafire be learned here the loss of life in that before I former winters. Within the'last two
are extent
.. ilton to such an j general, in turn, recommended the order of Elks and the local order no
break, out Eastern Ohio has not been verified. noon every family in this town should!appointment of Judge Call to the;:weeks there has been an increased doubt will make arrangements
-- proper
The work of,rescues and relief was Zanesville being the only city from have been reached with supplies, and' President I demand and an increasing number about the funeralCOMMISSION

started ,at,daybreak, despite the fact which more than one death has been it is barely possible that by thattimethe Owing to the fact that of sales People before leaving for I

that ,'a thin snow was falling, and it reported. work os searching for the dead! is not in session, the appointment 1 1I I the north can ,not resist ,the temptation

.had' turned. bitter cold during ,the will be begun.Automobile has not been confirmed, 'but it,is expected I i to buy a home and, home eople MEN IN ORLANDO

'Bight It, is 'believed ,that all those KENTUCKY, RIVER RISING trucks, electric cars and I I that favorable action will betaken 1 1J I who know how values grow in Orlando

marooned will be reached with food Special to the'Sentinel railroad trains all came within hailing J by the Senate immediately after 1 are bent on acquiring more real Quite a number of the largest C

4 daring' the' day and perhaps rescued Lexington, Ky., March 27-The distance of the town this morning,I Ii (the opening of the special session on: estate in this city. wholesale commission men in the business -
from their, submerged homes. river is carload after carload of Another deal of considerable mag- : are in Orlando today. Among I -
;, Kentucky rising rapidly,and i and supplies, Monday, the 7th of April. '
nitude was ,closed today when ArthurT. them are H. C. Schroeder, Jacksonville f
;'.. many people along ita"coune are flee- were unloaded and made ready for Phillips for AttorneyIt '
; ,May Exceed Lose At Dayton I'.ing to the hills and mountains, driving distribution. Just what the next few I is generally believed that Herbert Walton sold to Mr. James A. Knox ; James V. Leon, Buffalo andJ.

I spew to The Sentinel their live stock ahead of them. hours will bring is problematical. S. Phillips, at present State's attorney that valuable piece of property at the B. Conselmo, Philadelphia.Mr. .
I. i W. P. Collins of the firm of
j Hundreds of horses cattle Estimates of the dead here have for corner of West ,and Jackson streets. ,
?* 'J Gallipolia, ,.0..,.March 27.-The disaifewu are today the HOlsborough countydistrict
Heart & Collins buyers and shippw
the hills. from hundred to thousandbut be The price paid would seem big to the ,
\ : flood which is sweeping down populating run one one ( appointed United -
.\''t1ii OMo river :valley here 'is rising I Townsford, Red Horse and Shearsare any accurate estimate is impos- States distict attorney for the South- unitiated, but .to one who has seen of produce, of Fort Meade,'is in Orlando .,

fW= laattly y and a_stage of fiftyeightfeetkeapeded in danger'of, being overwhelmed sible. As the water 'recedes, the I(em District of Florida within a few prices swell and values. grow the Investment today. _

) which ',Will cause as the gent reservoir at Richmond, damage to property appears to in-I days, succeeding Richard P. Marks, looks good. Mr. Knoi is \ }
menaced' by 'eighty of i{who failed of confirmation well advised on Orlando realty and WEATHER REPORT :
t aged,TW great;Kaaawha is risWy Ky, acres crease. : by the
:., ''fit : }-.")*, it,.ia'expected thataeasyiMi water, twenty feet deep. ,Inhabitants A relief.:train from Indianapolis I Senate, but is holding a temporaryappointment knows he has bought a good thing. t

: ;te'IAt-i :be:feeied'hy I along Otto Creek, near Richmond, 'with provisions arrived this 'morn ; made by Judge W. B.Sheppard. March magazines and newspapers Fair and .colder.' Moderate northwest
ornIak 'i' warned to flee. The town is under wtia1law. winds. .
; W ,..,... .: have been ing. from all point Curtis ft O'Neal.

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A:'FARMER'S, DEMAND .A.number of improvements are,being Work has begun on,the addition to I .
,made to the postoffice in Quincy The Independent's building in Sl' -

Many of the great daily,newspapers and soon that town will have ah up- Petereb urg. The building, will. be
'in.the.east are coming have a'regu- to-date postoffice. greatly improved, in appea '&llee.' A
: ._ ilar agricultural. page or .section in feature of the new building will be a Magnifioent Showinj of
gymnasium and club rooms for the
; their papers. Through the fogs that 'Strawberry shipments from Plant
7 iI. i have surrounded them for, so many City last week amounted, to .30,152quarts. newsboys.
they beginning to see a light -
yeas New
The is Suits
Formerly 'nothing but bonds and open all eight ; Spring

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: t'ltocks and great financial schemes had --- '''' '-' -- ; ':
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interest. for them, and still .some of.ibem. t '
.,give: ,,page after, page in every 'j:
Issue to'their discussion, as if the fate.of 1: '" and Dresses I

..paper'the'securities.nation depended The great on deals sources in ORLANDO HIND D LAUNDRY U D j::1 ,

wof: wealth'the things upon which the j
w t existence of the nation depends,
very hardly attract their attention at all, 11 East Pine Street i WE ARE SHOWING A BEAUTIFUL ASSORTMENT,OF
Ne wYork and all the great cities SILKS AND SATINS, ALL COLORS, DRESS GOODSIN
of the east with all their bond and ALL THE LATEST PATTERNS FOR OLD AND

.Utock sales, would soon disappear, Prices Reasona aDd Work uarantee YOUNG. WHITE CANVAS SHOES THE DISPLAY
L just as Babylon, disappeared, if the i CONTAINS ACCURATE ILLUSTRATIONS OF THE
farmers of the interior states ceased
real .
:to draw from the soil the only
wealth of the world. It is encourag- Family Washing a Specialty. Personal : THE ATTENTION OF EVERY ORLANDO

} ; ;ing to note that a few editors are beginning -: Supervision of all Work.J. WOMAN. CALL IN AND ACQUAINT YOURSELF I
/ to take note of what makes' WITH[ THE HIGH CHARACTER OF OUR GARMENTS
-the nation,great and have assigned a: I AND THE REASONABLE PRICESKanner's
;page,to the farmers. ;!
In the agricultural sections of these -
a'papers, there are, many letters from
.farmers demanding that the cheek 195 "

c 2 system shall, be,.added to the parcel Now York
post The complaint is general that
noefshrdlu (GIVE UA TRIAL .
:" the cost of transfer om !
i the'cost of the transfer of money '
r so great as to almost prohibit the
.. from farmers to city consumers -+ Bargain tore
.. goods : - ..,. ,-Litijlllil -..__'_
': and thereby the main object I ---- --- .
.t .. of the whole system neutralized.. lltlllll flMMIItllMIIIIIIIMM
In a great many countries this sys- 'HAS. LORD J. N. BRAD HA\\' If You Would be Posted be a Daily Visitor to this StoreHMillllliMMIIilMHili'
i- tern is in operation. In Australia last t

y''t'' ;, year in that, $6,5000,000,000 way and in were Japan transferred, for the Lord & :Bradshaw .

year 1897, the latest statistics: obtain-' Ten per cent off on aU linen and 'IIIII'I"IIIIII"I'lllil""IIII'IIIII"I'I;" '..
able, the transfers were $65,000,600. \Ve wish to announce to our friends, and the public generally, Lace at Hamilton Dunn's. :
SKI The is'in operation in Germany 1913 :Models
: that we have formed a partnership under the
Austria, ,Hungary, Switzer-
;' above firm name, for a general
land, Japan and some other countires.
.. J. B. McKAY,
The Times-Union_ s says; "As an indication -I Real Estate and Insurance CONTRACTOR AND .

of the present prosperity PrE-: BUILDER. :
vailing in Jacksonville and as'inds- business and are centrally located in a ground floor office at No. .- Superintend All Work.I I I
Prices That Are an
putable proof of,the fact,that the cityis 17 s. Orange'Avenue, (formerly occupied by Hamilton & Dunn Inducement.
keeping up with the fast pace set \ .i
in the matter of her growth and, development -, Millinery), where we will be pleased to meet all our old friends I All Work Guaranteed. ,

perimts were issued for and to make new ones.
$ the construction'of seventy-one new' MOTOCYCLESFour
buildings .in the ,fist twenty .days; of Our list of city and acreage property is surpassed by none, till 11111 11111 1I111 11I11 I' .
H. P. Models $200.00
,, this present month at the'offices.lor. .. :
; Deputy Building Commissioner W. B I and havesome- exceptional bargains COME.AND SEE Us ,. ELIJAH '8 AND .: .. Seven H. P. Models, $250.00 ,
Darwin, aggregating a total value of: '
k |318,550.w Lord> & 'Bradshaw Funeral and Embalmer Director .::..'.: CL :it Ii1prt:

,A'big addition be made to the .11 S. ORANGE AVE. ORLANDO, FLA.MHIIIIIIIMilllMMlMillMMMMMMHIMMMM. : Iliad mock, Pine SL Phone as :' :. ORLANDO, FLA. Agent for Orange County
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air, ON They would not fit any other man or woman but the ''I

one measured for II I

Your :individuality reflected in' them. I'.

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

of Spring Hats for Ladies and We have the best that money'

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

,. F 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 I them.

Iw : them, buy.) No two hats alike, YOU WILL RECOGNIZ\ THE
and all the 'shades and colors.Be EXTRA VALUES IN THEM

A QUESTION OF sure to look them over before AS SOON AS YOU SEE THEM.



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

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

y APPAREL FOR THE SEASON AND OUR SALESPEOPLE : You will need some, of these will come in and make your

things for your Easter outfit. wants konwn, we will try our
Leek fa, fcve Mere ..,1Ii best to satisfy you.

':, =1" t M ,' . : ; a 'ir1 N. 3aEM&&N106 l S. Osage Av. rO1ndo D ,i 1

: Ten per cent off on all linen and Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Jewett, of Cin-t'i HIIMMIIimimMIIMHMtMIIMIIiHIMIIIMIIIMillllllilllllltMntlMII*
Lace at Hamilton & Dunn's. tf tinnati, are in Orlando guests of the :

WADE Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Hickman, of I San Joan. :
Clarksville, West Virginia, who have: Shanibarger's for bicycles and :
ORLANDO., FLA. their fourth winter in Orlando
now spent Sundries. tf: I
leave today for their home with Mr. B. M. Tench, one of Gainesville's :
the hope of returning to Orlando next,
;, I leading citizens, is in Orlandoon

,t W. B. Sightler-transacted business year.Miss Lily Keigwin, of Washington, Howe is to be hostess : Yowell's ; fi

in Taft. yesterday., D.., C., who has been in Orlando for for the Saturday Auction Bridge Club,:
Mr. J. H.,Lee, of Oviedo, was in the several months,left yesterday for her tomo11'Qw.afternoon..
city yesterday on business. home She will at Statesville and \i i:
stop I Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Rush, of South I !
Phone 514 for your Gasoline and Charlotte route and visit friendsin ,
: .Bend Ind., were among the winter I:
delivery tf
those cities. !visitors Orlando ANNUALr
leaving yesterday. :
Attorney'Victor Starbuck has been Mr. Henry A. Piper of Manchester, Mr. Jos. E. Phillips, the clever J I Ii \
, in Titusville on business for a few N. H. son of Mr. and Mrs. W. H. ,
: 1 ; i commercial agent of the Mobile & I .. .
days.Mr. Riper former well known,residents of Ohio railroad with headquarters in -
A. H. Fuller, of Altamonte
Orlando, ,who been spending some
Jacksonville, is in Orlando a guset of
Springs, transacted business in 'Orlando time with his old love, Orlando, leaves I i I the San Juan. .

I.. yesterday. for his home today and expresses him-j I I I Mr. and Mrs. August Nathan and
a ,Mr..G..W. Hardaway, of Longwood,<
self as delighted with his visit here.' daughter Miss Hester, after a pleasant Half-Price Remnent Sale I
, was among the,out of town guest to I
'.'. S. Y. Showers, of Montgomery, Ala.::i visit to Palm Beach, are now at I
Orlando. yesterday.< :
1 passed through the city yesterday by: Daytona for a short sojourn. They
}!r. ,F. G. Ferguson, of Niagra, 1(
auto for his He,stated to .are expected to return to Orlando
New York, is, stopping off in Orlandofor
, a Sentinel man that all that Orlando Saturday.Mr. .
.J a few days: (investigation. 1 I[needed ,was good streets to.make it'I E. N. Slagle, representing the . i < ,
'. ) Read the proposed' new charter'',the' prettiest' city in Florida. I International Correspendence'Schools, : IMIIItMtmilMMMIIMIMIMMIMIHtMttMlltllMflmillMMIIItllllJBegins
:: 'published in ,this.issue. Study !it and '
Money' to loan on improved Scranton Pa., with headquartersin :
'..;., attend the mass' meeting tonight. : property I i,lof I ,
: S.4 WAYj-tf Orlando, returned yesterday from :
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.".. :Mr. :W. L.. Tolary! cashier of they : '.;Mr.: JsN."JButoer! of. Ocoee, w&sU11!I a severatdays'.tourof.pointsou-the I I '
People'sBank'bVSaiford: :gpentVse"veral
Orlando yesterday, Mr..Butner is one East Coast. :
; hours in Orlando larch 25
Inspect Shanibarfer'g big stock of of the busiest men in his section of 1 I We do all kinds of job printing. : Tuesday \

',- tires. the county and does not come to Orlando Try us on your next job. tf : ,
bicycle tf
Oranges .and, grapefruit are now I: often or stay long when he I.I The many different groups of sing :
does come. But his Orlando friends' ers and dancers who take part in I
\ bringing excellent prices and growers are.always glad to greet him.P. I'I"Fi-Fi" will be asembled tonight for : :.
5 sand shippers are correspondingly hap- '
py. K. Foster, of West Virginia, is I F their first full rehearsal Tomorrow I Closes 1\fonday'MQrch'Sl | i
;t looking over Orange county farm. morning the groups will rehearse at
Tonight at the Orlando Opera house '
lands. Mr. Foster would like to engage , the tucene Theatre. : } '
the citizens mass meeting will discuss
in the ; Mr. W. A. Brawner, of Maitland, :
dairy business on scientific -
the proposed new charter for Orlando. I( iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiHiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiii Minimi
You are invited. lines, as he is engaged in West was in Orlando yesterday. Mr.I I ; ,
I I Brawner was happy over the fact :
The Coast Line is distributing new Virginia, by the use of silos for preserving
: : coarse foods for cattle. that last week he sold his entire crop :
: steel rails between
eighty pound San-
: ford and ,Tampa, which, ,when\ laid Miss Mary F. Harden has just of oranges to Walker Brothers for : ONE WEEK OF.. j .

will make a much improved track. made a most pleasant visit to her $2.00 a box on the tree. .

Mrs. C. J. Marshall, a prominent friend, Miss Brebner, of Rollins col Money to loan on improved propert7.

,citizen of Oviedo, was in the city lege. Miss Harden and Miss Brebner S.Y WAY.tfDr.
J. C. Marshall, of Oviedo, has |
yesterday shaking hands with friends. spent a day canoeing on Lakes Virginia ACTUAL MONEY SAVING
Osceola Maitland sold his practice to Dr. Palmer of I I
making .
.; Mr. J. E. Pace, one of Sanford's several sketches Louisiana, and will move to Winter -
pretty along the
: oldest and most substantial citizenswas "runs." Garden, where he will practice ,his i iliiMmimiiMiMiimiiiiM
in the county metropolis yesterday profession. Dr. Palmer will admin- .
looking after business matters. Ten per cent off on all linen and AT 1111II11111I oossIIsIoii iiti
ister to the wants of the Oviedo people
Lace at Hamilton & Dunn's.
Send your job printing to the Sen : tf and is said to be a good physi I
A hard road to connect Orlando
tinel office. All work guaranteed.
)lr. and Mrs.' G. H. .Tinklepaugh, with the East Coast is being dis- cian.The 'seat sale for "Fi-Fi of the '

<' and,sons, Irvin and Duane, of Sodus, cussed and may become a reality at Toy-shop" will open at Estes' Drugstore The Big White Store

N. Y., left for their home yesterday, no distant day. ,Considerable was Monday morning. Judging

after an enjoyable stay in Orlando, said regarding the proposition at the from the number of advance tickets -

of severay ,weeks. recent meeting of the board of that have been sold by the com-

Mr. Harry A. Keigwin, of Washing. trade in Orlando and it is ,said that mittee and participants, there will bea

.. ton, D. c., arrived in,Orlando Tuesday the East Coast people are willing to, big line of people waiting for reser Where Your Dollars Do Double .'
build the road far the St. Johns
as as
and will spend a week or so here at vations.
.' river if the Olrando will build *
tending to business affairs and shak people Mr. Henry Broefel, of Rockfort, Duty' :
. ing hands ,with old time friends. and maintain the road from that Illinois, who has been a winter resident .
point. It' is also proposed to estab- of Orlando, located at the Arcade
Ten cent off all linen and
per lish II IIMr.
a ferry to connect the two sections
hotel intends his departure
making -
., Lace at Hamilton ft: Dunn's. tf
I road.-Times.Union. Monday next. Mr. Broefelis till 11111 Iii II 11111 11111 11111 ||

one of the oldest, yet none the -

k less 'enthusiastic of our visitors and P. C. Towne, of Latrobe, Pa., I

t it is his intention to return here_ in is in Orlando a guest of the San 2'

IMiMHIMMIIIIIMMMIIHilMMHIIIIIIIIMIHtMlAIIATTAll the Shannibarger's fall for bicycles 'and Juan. f

Mr. Fred D. Watson, of Greenwood, f fIN
Sundries. tf New
Ind was among the tourists leav- Everything
Mr. C. C. Johns of Orlando stoppedin ing for the north yesterday.Mr. .
Miami yesterday on his way home

after a visit with his brother, Mr. and Mrs. Frank B. Stanley,who

W. H. Johns, at Larkins. Mr.. C.,C. have been guests of the popular Key T

: Johns. is an accomplished violinist stone, left yesterday for Charleston, LACES, EMBROIDERIES, SHIRTS, KIMONAS _
I He was accompanied by his son, Mr.. s.c. UNDERWEAR. HEADQUARTERS .

i, Are, recognized as the, BEST, therefore see Seth a Johns physician, who, having was in been Miami slightly to Mn and Mrs. Geo. W. Cole, aftera ( FOR HOUSEHOLD GOODS AND SCHOOL ., .

&: we carry them. Oar last shipment. consists ., hurt in a packing house at Lar dn .- pleasant season in Orlando, start- SUPPLIES.McCULLOCH'S'.
and ed yesterday for their home in Lodo,
.t of the very latest pattens designs in Miami Metropolis.The .
1 extra LONG and SHORT'sleeve lengths. Orlando Sentinel is boos 1g for N. Y. I

) We are ready for your: inspection. an improvement bond issue of$100- Dr. Allan A. Smith one of Or- "
'" lando's regular winter residents, has : '
000 and says that instead of this rais-
: ing taxes the_ regular levy, could soon returned to his home in Wheeling, ',

S SCRUGGS & DICKSON be cut down,for not only would property ,West .Virginia. DEPARTMENT STORE '
; : values,increase, with brick-pav' :Mr..and Mrs. T. E.:Sherman, and

ed streets, but the upkeep of these daughters, Gladys' and Catherine and OPPOSITE POST OFFICE '.
.streets;would:be almost nominal and son,?William(;E., left, their home onAmelia

1:# \ THE MEN'S' OUTFITTERS. :.tfce'big:Hems'"for. improvement 'andMpafasvMld ; avenue' .yesterday 'for ;Bar.

.1 24 ,, .' be reduced to, a mini Harbor, ,Me.Kaases ." CALL and :BE CONVINCED

,'-. ') >., '. .' I:Age.te.Dap, .DatI ." ;.jwa' <.. ', ,,The:;'Sentinel is :in ,.favor:,:of -.. '-
_'or'Bm aww.t"J X f. : five cent 'be = l City girls are reported to "LOWEST
v . :!/ ; ; per CES ALWAYS"
i" : <.';j.. il.:- .,.....:....m ;, I '. ..< : -'.'',, I J .. ."' ;;" , ;t.j have.the:.smallest feet,in the ,world. .
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CLASSIFIED (man and wife) 'want the management 1utnnnIutsftussstuusitststsssnststsstusstn.umitnisqinst ; ,
Those. Rcpobifean newspapers: that .Business Boosters (elasaified advertisements of a European hotel nor salary!
-. ) received after 10 o'clock, would rent good lace. Address;
art tryiaj'to make capital out ofPrtfttat midnight,irill be run in the "Too Lateto HoteX:P.O. Box 672.'Orlando;Fla,
,WUaon'i position with refer- Classify" column. wx
Boosters of five lines, or.less- To Bart-tt 868 'Weft street
;; eats to the Chinese loan are eomneaded approximately ; tea
to careful of his 30 words-one. time, 25 rooBf",more or leu. Hot and cold
.a reading
cents; three times 50 cents; one week
exact words which are as follows: (six daily and one weekly editions) water, electric light, Large garden.
-' "We are 'informed that at the request $1.00; one month, 13.00. of fruit H. W. HOWARD: 110,000 Buick Users

of the last Administration. a: ;
TO LET-Four room house in Concord WANTED-To buy second'hand fur-
certain of American bankers i
group I Park. Rent low. Apply to J. L. niture. 209 W. Pine St It
undertook, to participate in the loan I Frost, West Amelia Ave. 4t For Rent-Furnished large jury

now desired by the Government of FOR SALE-Corner closein. rooms for light house-keeping. Close' '
China (approximately 1125,000,000). East of railroad. House of in, 312 N. Main street Rent reason Every One a BUICK ROOSTER
Our Government. wished Americanbankers eight rooms and bath; modern con- able. 4t
to participate along with the veniences. Twelve fruit trees on
bankers fother nations it the lot A bargain at 400000.
; o' because For Rent-Six room house $10.00
Address, "Owner, P. 0. Box, No.
,desired that the good will of the 225, City. 6t ,per month, also furnished rooms ,
r .United States toward China should be FOR SALE-Small seedling orange I I cheap. 209 West__ Pine. I yl
exhibited in this practical that
way I
trees. at five
in any quantity cents II
American hare I WANTED-Teamster, several
capital should access week
each. G. T.Pine HULL
hauling oranges, good ,
to that great country and that the wages
Castle road.. Inquire at 103 E. 'Robinson avenue,,
United States could be in a positionto -- Orlando, Florida., A. A. Gould. l
_share with the other Powers any FOR SALE-House and lot south
political responsibilities that mightbe side of Lake Eola, corner Washington WANTED-Old :Mirriors resflvered,
and East street five blocks east
making them
as good as new. New
associated with the development of of court house. Two stories semi- ones made to order by the latest im
4 foreign relations of'China in connection log house, room, proved French process and damp tiUICK 24
; with her industrial and commer pantry,and .kitchenRrt.floor, four proof backing put on them. Sendpostal
cialenterprisea large airy bed 'rooms ''and batlf'oneeeond name and address to H. A.
floor. One of the handsom Royston, and I will call and take '
,f "The,,present N administration hasbeen est houses in the best location in Mar22-lm, :
asked by this group of bankers Orlando. 1623. '., .
whether it would also request them to .'ITED-To buy small grove five ;
FOR SALE-Good Horse Carriageand to ten Must be There is certain
a bargain a prestige that owning your own'
participate I in the loan. The
representatives Harness. For work on driv- .and accessible to Orlando. State location ,
: .of the .bankers, through ne. Apply to Wm. Halloway, Win- and cash price in first letter. motor car gives you in your community.
whom the Administration was. approached ter Park: Fla 12t Owners only. P. 0. Box 353 Orlando.I ,
declared that would Fla. 24-3t. < ,
they BUY a lot in Thornton Park, a nice For Sale-I corner lot, six room .' There is a certain satisfaction in knowing :
continue to seek their share of the you ,
suburb in east part of the city. Carl house, $1,350.00, if taken before April
loan under the proposed agreements Jensen. 209 West Pine. i own a car that will take you anywhere and bring _;
only if expressly requested to do so '
FOR SALE-40 acres of fine land in you back.. It is this quality of dependability which
by Government The Administration .
1 Volusia County, near station and -- Cotton Rags the
has declined to make such request fine lake; $500. Terms.n J. B. McKay, Sentinel Office. has put 110,000 Bnicks on the road, and it is this
because it did not approve the city.
conditions of the loan or the implications FOR SALE-New seven-roon house,I same quality of dependability which has made ,
FOR SALE-New seven-room house with all modern improvements.i
of responsibility on its own part with all modern conveniences. E. $3,000. Will take automobile in part every one of those 110,000 Buick users a Buick
which it was plainly told would be involved H. Gore, 409 Anderson"St 7t pay. Address Owner, care Sentinel 1
in the request booster. .
""The conditions of the loan seem to FOR SALE-5 % acres with five-room WANTED. I #: 4
house on railroad only few hundred 'City lots in exchange for Uprightpiano. .
us to touch nearly the'administrative feet from stopping place. Plenty of Used less than two months. : The Buick overhead valve motor has more power r "
independence of China itself, and this shade and small shrubbery. Ten to
twelve trees, 6t Lock Box 144, Orlando. cubic inch of piston
Administration does not feel that it bearing orange pears per displacement than any

.ought, even by implication be a and and other small fruits.JOOQ hunting For Exchange or Sale other of motor
= fishing, and especially suitedto ; type ever built. It costs us more. to those conditions. those who come to Florida for the For acreage or other property in I ..
''The responsibility on its part winter and like the country life with Orange or Lake Counties for four' to make it but costs you less to run it. -
easy access to town. J. P. Perkins, dwellings in Pittsburgh, Pa. Houses
which would be implied in requestingthe k .
Orlando, Fla. General Delivery. binging good rent All modern bufld-
bankers. undertake the loan Ings. Can be handled separate if desired -

might conceivably go the length in OAK HILL is the beautiful subdivision Addreu F. JOSEPH RAEHN ROADSTERS AND TOURING CARS, $950 TO $1650, F. O. B.
some unhappy contingency of forcible to Northeast of the city and Orlando Fla.1
lmo.17-17 ORLANDO.
interference in the financial and even I still have some choice lots there.' Catalogue on Request.

the political affairs of that great Oriental Carl Jensen. t FOR SALE-One second hand one J .. .r .

state, just now awakening to WANTED-To rent for one year or'' car cylinder at a bargain.Cadallac F. five-passenger E. Haywood I'
/ a consciousness of its power and of more, eight room house centrally I Church Street Restaurant 28-3t 1
;l1.. its obligations to its people. The located M. C. Broome, Orlando, Fla.
Box 573. Iw 15-22 Jacksonville will send a delegation 1
Cook Automobile
conditions include not only the pledging (4 Co.
to the biennial convention of the Brotherhood -
j of particular taxes, some of them WANTED-By experienced man. Position -
antiquated and burdensome, to secure as floral and landscape gard of Railway Trainmen which t
N the loan, but also the administration ener, the taking care of gentleman's is to take place in San Fran tseo.1 : Orlando Floridanssitttssitfunuuuuutiiiuuituiiinnnuuiiiu
places during summer, or permanent, May 1924. The delegates will !ask ,
; of those taxes by foreign not for-a home, would live on placeif that Jacksonville be allowed to try at II .
agents. The,responsibility: the part so desired, or as Janitor of public ,
of our'Government implied in the en buildings". Strictly temperate. Address entertaining the big biennial convea-

couragement! "a loan_ .thus secured Philip Bunn, Orlando, Fla. 7t tion,of 1915 ,: : : : ,.

: and amninistered is pIa enough and I
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obnoxious to the principles upon iitiiiiii e .

k. :, which the .government of our people i LIGHT THE ; ;
: Tests. ii
'."The Government of the United i ir

'd' States is not only willing, but earnestly MILL END SALE. r PATH TO PROSPERITY ,

desirous of aiding the great Chinese i

'. people in every way that is consist- ,
ent with their'nntrammned develop- 1\\ i i Merchants who use Electric Signs ,never lose

ment and its own immemorial princi- their way by choosing the wrong road to suc
' ples. i
;; "The awakening of the people of r = cess. You simply cannot fail to attract new

China to a consciousness of'their possibilities customers if you use an Electric Sign It acts

t under free. government is the i like an irresistible magnet, drawing all the
t Boat significant, if not the most mo- i
trade within its reach That is the
: reason
.tte&tous event of our generation.I
With this movement and aspiration : THE LAST WEEK they command the attention of buyers.

J the A.meriean'People are in full sym- :

p&th," .,.,. :I For Every Store OwnerNo

.to I While have saved the best for the last week of
PASSING OF THE OLD ORDER I we, not ourMill ,
matter how small his business, the Elec-
And so the British r House of Lords : End Sale, yet the values we offer you during these remain- tric Sign is the cheapest and most effective

Bust go, and that speedily. The "tri- : advertising.Phone .

umphant democracy" which is now : ing few days make the Final Windup the Climax of Bargain for our Sign Designer to call and sub-
governing will
England no longer sub- : .
mit sketch.
mit to its a
- having progess checked by I
the of : Giving No Trouble Us No You.
drag .an hereditary chamber. to -- Expense to
The reform, it was officially announced :

inthe House of Commons, is to I OUR OFFERING IN THE FOLLOWING LINES
c come in the lifetime of the present : .

;: parliament-and in a year or two,this for must modern mean England with WILL APPEAL TO YOU I W T[ & U T CO.

; will not stand for another Long Parliament .
There will be a new Second
Chamber to succeed the peers, which

will "contain no vestige of the hereditary M6AA969

k' principle," and it will have no MEN'S CLOTHING LADIES'. HATS FURNISHINGS
light of veto. The House of Commons .


Chamber, it is unofficially stated, is
likely to consist of about 150 Sena- 'MEN'S HATS

tors or "Lords of Parliament" MEN'S SHIRTSMEN'S DRESS GOODS BED SPREADS Grocery: j

i "I shall," said Premier Asquith, TABLE LINENS .
"welcome with unaffected sincerety UNDERWEAR CORSETS f

f the day-and"I hope it will very soon

arrive-when; I shall have the. honorof 18 West Church Street

proposing a plan which will recon

.troct'the Second Chamber into a true, FANCY AND STAPLE GROCERIES. NEW AND 1

t impartial authority.,"judicially minded revising o rne ToDay taTtM I Come &Hy[ Day I I FRESHWe .

; This certainly will be a wonderful : Give Our Personal Attention to Our Customers and .
transformation. A political change of: I -
: Guarantee Satisfaction and Prompt Delivery
such transcendant importance would
be highly remarkable even in America I Give Us a .Trial

"i where we are ever on the alert

for ,advanced regarded' ,measures'as the ,home but in of England con._THE HAMMOND &. BUNCH COMPANY Sightler' Bros., ProprietorsREADISLVHEIES

servatism, it is almost miraculous. ,
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there were 7,030,000" cigars shippedout r
f. of Tampa Most of the factorie

.are going at full blast;and the Time } '

Bays if the present trade keeps up thiwill I 3 SentineliWantAds Pay Advertisers. ,

p be a record-breaking. =year. I .., .M' 1Jf

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.ff_ the United States government and 1\ : IT'SAFAIRPROPOSITION +
ft, Southern, : Commercial Congress I ke Crea

.'ffl- sail'for Eurtpe, on April 'thetwenty I I NEW OPPORTUNITY.PRESENTS t
.-. ,sixth to study the agricultural. ,. : TO ASSUME THAT YOU ARE t
ghee and" methods of the Oldarld I ,
. with,a view toward adapting I APPRECIATIVE. THE VERY
them 'far : Trenton streets-two new and up-to-date and modem 1
in so as practicable, to the IS a
bungalows and .a corner lot near Lake Dot will be sold
rural .
problems of this country. When : BEST. WE ARE SPECIALISTS IN
it, is reflected that in France andGermany I Cream together or: separate at prices too low to mention here.
I Prices and also my reason for selling will be given upon *

of .the continent and'England, acres andother which parts havebeen I: < MADE, I inspection of premises.. Cash or Terms. Fine opportunity Electrical Wireing and Motor ,Work
cultivation for for investment.. If not sold before May 1st,will be rented. .
under centuries
" d,vastly more than the.compara- : ke Cream CLARENCE P. SMITHA NEWELL ELECTRICAL COMPANY i
tively' virgin soil of America, it isevident
that we have much to learnfrom J i
European systems of farming; CHURCH ST.
*nd the fact that the farmers of those pin is ordinarily a very small j PHONE 280
thing, but when it sticks in your tire [I
countries are able to secure
it amounts to a good deal. VulcoFiberine E L111
long-term loans at reasonable f I
rates of interest, admonished us that ke Cream will stop pin or nail punctures f Oscar Hand I
and leaks. See
instantly prevent
our own system of rural credits, or
rather the lack of such a system, demands CREAM it demonstrated at the Hyer Stable, I &Son -.rb ,. J
corner Orange and Central evenues. i B

.,The American earnest attention.commission, compos- lee CreamBEST r Successors to E. Hand The Best is the Cheapest :
1 of students of
representative agricultural COM-I
. conditions,will visit England, I overheard prominent hardware I FULL LINE OF .. .
,reland. Germany, France, Austria, Ice CreamYOU nent citizen say of Orlando, I could a promi-have I "I r ... .-L., ...., "-. ', .
tussia and Italy and,in the last'nam- bought land at a2.50 and $5.00 but .
rt country, .will attend the Interna- did not do it. I Paints and Wall Paper
ional. Institute of Agriculture which At the time he referred to I sold ,
ke Cream for an Orlando man several hundred r.
* to be held at Rome. A vast dealf acres' of land in Orange county for i I
) practical, first-hand knowledge will EVER' |1.00 per acre, the same land is now THE 1912 WALL PAPER IN SAMPLES
ihus be acquired, knowledge that can sold in 10 and'twenty acre tracts for \
130.00 per acre, and is cheap at this
turned definite account for the
provement of farming conditionsthe the Orlando
were people buying ;
United States. TASTED at that time? Gold mining stock. DO IS TO TELEPHONE AND I WILL

It is gratifying to note that twenty- If you had bought land, you could ,BRING THE SAMPLE TO YOUR HOME. s
ke CreamAT figure profit You knew some ,- _d
states will be represented in this time ago your your profit on the mining ONE CIGAREVERYBODY TUAT r', r. ..J" 1.
.mmiasion. The South, which is the stock, without having to figure on it > ,, j ..1f,
t agricultural'' area of America, If you have not yet bought some : i' GEO. A. BARKER PHONE 268 \
Orlando or Orange county property, LIKES
be benefited the
especially by
lets -
there is still opportunities for large I
of this'enterprise. Delane W profits, and I can show you.I II I
ru I
can sell you something that will I .
make you money but your gold min- I
Tampa's canine and feline popula- ing stock will not buy it
lion has been thinned Call and HAWLEY'SSTRAIGHTS
considerably Quick DeliveryWatkins see me.

out during the past twelve months, Building Office over Dickson CARL&JANSEN Ives, Orange, 1 HIGH GRADE D[ EASTER MILLINERY -
owing to the stringent city ordinance Avenue, Orlando,Fla. :
d the activity of Dog Catcher Plume 2 The banks and the business men of -
emann. 'The city's records show Orlando know me, if you do not, ask
t during the twelve-month period IMIIIIIIIIMIMitMMMHWANTED' them.Slwmibarger'1 Get the best cigar at five

''emann has executed 2,184 dogs cents, the next time you 10 cent off all. '
for bicycles and ( on
686 cats..-Tampa News in Timeson. -To rent a four, five or want to smoke-judge for per
d 'six-room house for the sundries.
summer or | yourself.
to take care of a home for party goingnorth Linens and LacesIISSESTIflTLTON

by a resonsible'lady. Apply toSentineL WANTED-Clean rags at this office. ; \
Gaining an entrance while the mem- 27-4-t

of the family and guest were at Made in Orlando and sold t .

r, a bold robber ransacked the I FOR SALE-Pony, saddle, cart and by all dealers. :. j
IDI on the second floor of the new harness. Wish to make quick sale.I: FRANK, BYE R S ;
ter home, of M. A. Lindsay of V. S. Starbuck. 27-1-w Manufacturer 1' of Artificial & nUNN Y:

ester, N.,Y., near Orm n ,bursday night and'made a'getaway, Whenever you want painting oij Ornamental Work : Agents for Barclay Corsets
rith diamonds-and jewelry valued been papering done in a first class manner -
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13,000'and $ ,080. --DaytonaazetteNewst II it will pay you to can on W. T. : Livingston and Railroad N *! for bicycles! an I fF
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The all-important question of Furniture. You'll readily admit that you '

are looking for a full dollar's worth for every dollar you spend, then come t

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

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Reason Most
Why {:::.... eM wa'Y
r Ys'tti A Good Square Deal. "

People buy at Kincaid & Snow- y .y \

I r Is what we all want for our. F p.v
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t den IS because they get an honest __ t

dollar's worth of merchandise for u money.

S 1 You get] one here. We carry
every they spend, they A + ; .

I _ in Stock more Home Furnishings
are given a square deal I No _

than any other two furniture

false promises,. no reckless advertising h 'th'ouses *

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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 meanings. The one we refer to means confidence, faith and re-

:, .Ii' nce. Without this _trust modern ,business.could. not be conducted. Our trust is yours for the asking.

tNow; : is the time to ask for it. Your credit is good. This big building is packed with Furniture and

i stoves of'every descri_ : lion. :

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The REPORT ON COMMISSION laid petitioners, the said Governor 4 -
GOVERNMENT'II, ihall'order an election for -a,day not r
F South .Fio ater,than theirty days and not artier

s : ',MORNING than two weeks after'the filing' of the
: '
Section 1. That a and twoundlmen CHOOSE
I said petition with the said shall constitute the 'City
SUBS I aid election to be,conducted'under the
\ uncil of the City,of Orlando., They ;rules and regulations and penalties
THE 'be elected for the term of three
applying to other municipal elections,
One year .,..... in the manner now provided by : ,
at which elections the said council
,4 Six )Months .... for holding municipal elections. ,shall provide ballots on which shall ; As You Would Choose a Friend
Three Months .. any vacancy occurs in any such i
be placed the name of the mayor or '
and the unexpired term is moreI :
I councilman whose removal the petitioners r'
By De*4 carrier
2 _nth, Daily and I one year, the remaining mem- have demanded and also the You carefully make sure in your own mind that a friend is worthy of
of said Council, shall appoint a
Tb-Orlando name or names of any other candidate confidence'before bestow it Exercise the discriminationwhen
to fill such but if your you same
'w talc la Orlando I or candidates, for the position then
/ton. Unexpired term exceeds 'one year, choosing a diamond.
held by the said mayor or councilman,
We .wH remaining members shall call an the said ballot to be prepared at'least Just as time increases your valuation of a friend, so will it increase the

delivery fa not to be held within, thirty days five days before the date of election. intrinsic worth of your diamond, as diamond prices are constantlyadvancing.

Adentising rate fill such vacancy. The person so The person receiving the majority of I

Y plication. or appointed shall hold for the votes cast in the said election shall

THE unexpired term. hold the office during the unexpiredterm We buy loose diamonds and skillfully set them in mountings of the

s For year, by;:mfl, Section 2. The Council shall have, and the incumbent shall not be acting in the selection of the stones it ,offers. We esteem public confidence

14dreu Office THE Itii Court and exercise: all executive, removed unless' majority vote is received as our strongest asset and wise diamond buyers have long since found an
and du-
judicial powers by some other person; but in advantage in making their investments according to our selections.We .
heretofore the
possessed by City there be ,election second
case no
J., F. Orlando, or heretofore belonging election shall be held, at which time buy loose diamonds and skilfully set them in mountings of thepatron's

JOSIAH. it, with the power to establish such choosing.
- the shall contain only the

FRIDAY, offices as they may see fit,, names of the incumbent and of his

assign to them appropriate duties,, opponent who received the highest DIAMOND RINGS, $10 to $500. DIAMOND PENDANTS, $6.25 up.
Publicity is a I t to the council.! Each member
men and a bad the council shall give to the duties vote at the preceding election the--third; < DIAMOND SCARF PINS, $4 to $65. DIAMOND CUFF LINKS, $3.50 up.
said election to be held ,on
: his office all the:time that
may be I day after the first election unless delayed DIAMOND BRACELETS, $15 up.
; Food for for: the mo efficient conduct by contest as to the result of

thing but it the affairs of ,the,:city, and shall
the election: in which case,the council
man. regular office hours, of not less shall advertise a day for the second RELIABLE REPAIRING AND ENGRAVING BY AN ARTISTT..Ii.vansthe.

two hours daily, except Sundays. election not later than ten days after E
Section 3. The executive and ad-
Gen. Huerta the first election.

life insurance powers and duties shall Section: 10. The mayor and city
the said council
be distributed
premium council shall call an election to fill the

three departments, of which I offices of mayor and two councilmen,

Some men of the members of council shall as provided for in this act, which election Jeweler

for spring the superintendent of one, the shall be held on the first Mon-
making the assignment, and re-
worked house day in December, 1913.
assignments, being made by vote of "
Section 11. The present mayor and.
the council, when necessary. The city council shall continue in office OPPOSITE POST OFFICESILK
t ,' ,
tive:A and City Council shall have power to change or til the first day of January, 1914. un-I .t

vehicle abolish any offices heretofore existingin l Section 12. The mayor shall be
with said and establish such offices -
city, to
an annual salary of $1,500.00 And each
with such salaries as may seem of the councilmen shalt'be paid an an- =

If one wants desirable, and shall by a majorityvote nual of in .
salary $1,200.00, payable. .
voting out in fill a position or remove any
I equal monthly installments.

by paying,a officer. The Council may at any time ,increase -
Section 4. All officers and em- "such
or compensationto
Our ployes in. such city shall be elected or be paid by an ordinance which shall STOCKINGS

have any': appointed with reference: to their qual- take effect at the beginning of the
; ifications and fitness and for the
thing to do. goodof terms of the councilmen and mayor to
men., the public service, and without reference
be elected after the passage of such: ;
to their political faith or ordinance. I-'

"A charge: 1 party affiliations. Section 13. This act, shall not be
aF song of many 'Section 5. It shall be unlawful for
construed as repealing or modifyingany
has imposed any candidate for office or any officerof special legislation relating to the For Day .a .

Ms fellows. such city directly or indirectly to City, ,of Orlando and not in conflict

Y : give or promise' any person or per with the terms of this act. Wheneverby

3 Mexico's. sons any office, public employment, ,any such special legislation or by ; andJLvening 1i1fitwjii(
will decrease' benefit or anything: of value', for'the hereafter
any. general legislation, now or -

r irbo. wfUJ!! be.._ purpose ,of, influencing or obtainingthe enacted, any duties'devolve:upon ,

presidency. 'i'j political aid or vote of such: person' any officer, such .
-- -
of persons, or to pay or promisepay to I transferred by the council to any other

s The' only any' person to work for or aid i officer, and any such office may be

the most the candidacy of such, candidate for abolished or changed and the duties Wear

world is to : office. thereof assigned to another officer or

on dead flies. Section 6. Every elective officer in officers whether such duties are in accordance -

such city shall within thirty days with the general laws of the

; Well, after qualifying, file with the city State relating to Cities and towns or

the high clerk, and publish at least once in a special laws regarding the City of

Coast and it' daily newspaper of general circulation Orlando.
Our Personal Guarantee
who initiated s his sworn statement of all his Section 14. Any person violating .
', election ,and campaign expenses, and any of the provisions of this act shall

The idea of by whom 'such funds were contributed. be puished by fine of not more than Accompanies Every Pair

'ment for five hundred dollars, or imprisonmentfor
Section 7. No officer candidate
meet with or not more than six months, or
tifies, in connection with said government "
1 shall directly or.indirectly pay for any I Marion B. I
April ,13 publication in any newspaper in com- EUGENICS AND DEMOCRACYThere yes

,sary of the mendation of his services or in ad-

Titanic. On ocacy of his candidacy except under
can be little doubt that the
vices will be the caption "Paid advertisement" and
teachers of eugenics are the stand-
no person, firm or corporation, publishing
ard-bearers of a new toryism, to be EXCLUSIVE MILLINERY PARLORS
That girl 1 I or managing a newspaper, ,opposed to the spirit of democracy.And .
strumental J shall publish for a consideration any
it is a particularly: atrociouskind ,
i diamond I commendation, advocacy, or condem-
of toryism, too. The old tory- Second Floorhas
get, but she nation of any,officer or candidate for
ism has many fine qualities. It is
t has more n I office of said city without stating in
believed in an abundance of roast
when it said publication the price paid there-
beef, good wine and ale and a :warm
bers. for and the person paying the same.
spot in the heart for the poor and
Section 8. The City Council shallat
needy. It seems ludicrous to us come to Florida at intervals to I
c The the end'of each quarter print in
Americans to think-how devoted the spend the winters. While she visited
t of Trade pamphlet form a detailed, itimized WELCOME TO
English poor used to be to the squire. Toronto, Washington, D. C., and
that'a good statement of all receipts and expensesof
But there was some reason for the Greensboro. N. C. in the summers. THE OAKlANDBARBER
forwarded the city and a summary of its pro- RIVAL PALM I
Tam- famous
devotion of New York's poor Mr. Henry Partin, Conway's
sufferers. ceedings during the preceding quarter,
; many Hall. The squire was, not a sprinter, has gained quite a local rep-
T Howell and furnish printed copies thereof to i
bad fellow to meet, as ,a rule, when utation as a short distance runner 'SHOP
r x to work on each public library in the city, the THE CAR
you did not have enough to eat. A but was beaten by a New York tanned
of the city and to
Z newspapers per- study of English history has con- athlete only by a few paces. The Modern and Complete I
Orlando sons who shall apply therefor at the THAT EVERYBODY
; I
; vinced us that there was a genuine contest was held at the Fair groundsin
demic, of office of the City Clerk. At the end Everything new, individual
affection between the lords and their Orlando a_short time ago. I
to :the of each year the Council shall cause a electric attachments at every I IS TALKINGABOUT
vassals, and Disraeli's idea of an alliance Mr. and Mrs. Perkins are occupyingthe
# Folks too ; full and complete examination of all chair. No stone has been left I
between the aristocracy and cottage they purchased from Mr.
It stolen the books and accounts of the city to unturned to make this shop
the, working classes was at one time Mattas. They are making improve- I
meet th of the
There are in be made by competent accountants, erequirements
feasible. But the new toryism is a ments, putting on a new roof and will
this city and shall publish the results of such most particular. Plenty of ASK FOR BOWNSTBATION
terrible thing. There is no roast beef build porches and make the home com-
my. examination in the manner above room. Courteous attendants.
in it, no wine and no ale, and no'feeling fortable. He has some nice trucking
vided for publication of statementsof
of affection for anybody. It aims
: A sad A quarterly expenditures, the expenseof to shut the gates of mercy on the land.Mr.. D. N. Harrell and sister visited Proprietor. I

host of all such publication to be paid out bulk of mankind now living. relatives last week in the vicinity Orange Ave, Orlando, Fla. I MAGRUDERhigher.
i, being, awaU of the City Treasury. Kissimmee. .

5 waves and Section 9. The Mayor or any Councilman -I

who finds may oe removed from office'in ( CONWAY ( ,

t obear, by the following manner: Whenever Mr. Walter P. Hill has come up OAKLAND I SOUTHERN EXPRESS SHOWS A

nity at his qualified, registered electors of'said from Tampa for a visit with his J. H.. Sadler and D. McKinnon have) LIBERAL SPIRIT

;- and life's city, equal in number to at least mother, who had been quite ill for nearly one hundred acres in tomatoes \

and cease' twenty per entum of the, entire vote i some time. She has been spending Oakland, March 27.-Rev. S. L. Wil- which' are looking fine. -
; winter the home the son went to Wildwood to fill his reg- Mr. Paul Arrington, local agent fo
cloud is a cast at'the primary election which the at family I A good many cows have died in this
war appointment Sunday and con- the Southern Express Company authorizes
II Cedars. ,
chose the successful candidate at the :section recently from tick disease.
"Pulling is last proceeding municipal election, Mrs. E. M. Hill has han an eventfullife ducted Easter services. If something isn't done to do away us to say that the super
Rev. Steinboeck, preached a, intendent of the Company has ,di
4. very much file, with the Governor a petition de- and is one of Florida's pioneers.She very with the tick, cows scarce here
here when the state beautiful instructive Easter sermon rected him to say that articlesof
dutchman manding the removal of the mayoror came was in a few Some of the any
years cows are
w, car up hill. any councilman, and stating the almost a wilderness. and made her]' here Sunday morning ,to a large" and. fat when' they get sick which.dearly supplies either in money:or wares

.. ; ing until he grounds for such demand, the signa- first home on a tract of timber land appreciative et proves tick fever'doing the dam for the sufferers in storm and flow,

,the Du ture to the said petition showing the near Jacksonville she:abandoned Bumper prices have been obtainedfor districts of the north, when properly

handles I place of residence, ,and the occupation -I.this undertaking- to send her sons to lettuce,the past few days. L W. age.R.. L. Sligh. ,is shipping his. crop of addressed to those in authority to receive

pe of each signer and, stating that( school and later came to 'Orange Tilden has about" fifteen'acres to I oranges. ,this week.A will be transportedjfree ,o.,!

ened up an not he is a qualified, registered elector,of county where she built a home and move in the next ten days. Late charge. This shows a h"beral.heaand *

going*to said city, said petition being duly verified set out large grove which was.killed oranges are bringlng'unusually high e'men to see that a liberal. .

: : ;Barnes,'but : as to these facts,by one or.more in the freeze. ,She built another prices,: some',fancy Valencias sellingas ,'Pennsylvania, man got' smallpox supply of,.fruits; and vegetables(; wffl

= rear whore' : .the persons 'who makeadavits" said i home at Oakland where she' resided high. $4'perjwx:on'the.tree and from a bunched_ banknotes., The filthy: Ion" go:forward to the suffering

1 a }; it kaati f ."I.petition .as 'to any,stated- :number of for several years. Since then, she. some,:thin", fincy'<.rot. will, go,-;.mothW" feecl, .. ,- ,and;staving people of the:north,, .

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, ..IGNORANCE i I ( -i ..I nrr AttiiN i fi i'l III iiii i 111i Iii I II 11111'i 1111-11 .; - J
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;r,. ..Jt' - ag.what!ignorance preamong S
f., Vaila, ',the pwple concerning WHEN YOU BUY
. what is called. in'.the'-schools "civics.". :- IF YOU WANT THE LATEST
gad that" ignorance prevades allclasses _
:- 'being 'as :great .among .thewealthy : I. IN'" -

as among the.poor. 'There is : JEWELRYx
probably not one min. in a hundred THE LINE OF UP TO DATE DRY GOODS, CLOTHING,
who could pass'an examination in
that subject that'would admit him to HA1S AND SHOES, ALSO LADIES READY TO WEAR

; y.the.. sixth grade' in ,the common . <; DRESSES OF' ALL DESCRIPTIONS COME'TO B. SAW Money Invested With Us. Is
:.., schools, and that accounts in great Profitably Spent. Give Us ,the
'measure' for the coufusion in the MON. SATISFACTION GUARANTEED OR MONEY Opportunity of Being the SourceOf
minds of the people regarding what Your Supply. -
land of charter they want for the REFUNDED.
city of Omaha. You Cannot Judge Ue Unless P

The constitutional amendment provides You See What We Have, and

that all cities of over 5,000 inhabitants B. Salomon Orlando We, are Always Glad To Show ,
shall have the right to make You. z

their,own charters, but that does not ., You Cannot Judge Us Unless 1 4 i
mean that each city can set up a: sovereign III IIMIMII- i i IIII i ill i- I 'IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII_ t II" IRlA Make, or Need Anything In Our J

. government and do all the Line, We Are Sure We Can i .
it things that a sovereign governmentcan Please You. If You Don't Need ,
do, as so many people seem to Anything, We Are Just As Glad };
" think. We all live under four differ- To Have I
: Come Into Our i
ent governments,the federal,the state, DO'-"B N oMpANr Store.

the county and,the municipal, and the BANK a TRUST 1 OUR REPAIR WORK IS
spheres of those governments have PROMPT,AND ACCUR-
been so well defined in law and. by ATE, EVERYTHING i

f, court decisions that they are definitely art art UiiivUei GUARANTEED.Allen .
fixed. A city government Capital. Swifts Profits SttMNJt. t

might as well try to pass an ordi- Total igwces over Ttoe-tMarfers of a Milk.
nance re-establishing slavery as one
defying a state law. cannot Report of the
of Orlando &
go out of its sphere of well definedpowers. - rb I III *1'-z. Co. ;
The liquor traffic and! .many l d Bank and Trust Co,. Condensed
other things are regulated, by state s? From Report to Comptroller

laws and any city ordinance in regard er Feb. 4,1913RESOURCES JEWELERS 1

to them contravening a statute, 1Mil i ,
be null and void. But the city
would ?:.. ,, Loans and Discounts .....1393,161.05 Orlando Florida
of its local .
lathe sphere own powers Overdarfts .............. 19153 i
has been granted the right to provideany
Stocks and Bonds ....... 26,01&33 .
form of,government that its citi .' .
U : Real Estate, Furniture and !' -
sens see fit. It can be a one-man government . Fixtures ... .......... 25353.44 - i
government by.a. commission
; ? ; Cash on hand and in Banks 216,08183
or go back to two houses, ward
representation! or council. composedof -
one hundred or more men and pay $660,311.18 TIffiNEW' CASH
them all salaries, all of which is to be E LIABILITIES
provided- for in a charter.1" The question Capital Stock ...........100000.00 .

. before, the ,people is what' form Surplus and Undivided !
of shall Omaha have, Profits .. ........... 22, &S3
what government, restrictions shall be placed on Deposits ... ............ 537,418.85$660,31L18 Cor. South and Hughey Sjs t tWE

that and what
government powerswe
When the citizen understands what "
We invite the attention of
charter ,has do
a commission really to ; and friends to our statement
the:whole matter. is. much simplified f
very above and wish to assure them that Our Prone No. is
., .Do ,they! .want..a",government we appreciate their patronage and
where the different duties are divided ask for a continuance of came.Don't And an Order will Have Prompt Attention, and will be, i
into different departments,with a man J
forget that our deposits are Delivered
to Any Part of the City.
R at the, heads of.,each _who,, shall alone! insured.A .

be responsible' to whom complaints' cordial invitation is extended'to I D. a RAYBON, Proprietor ORLANDO, FLA. 1
can be made and who shall have,the visitors in our city to 'call and open '
power to remedy the: things complained Valid Slates Governed.Stale and Coaty Depofery. an account with us.

of, or do they want a government L ,-ter
; where the resposibility rests -- H 0 O'I I HMIIMIMMMIIIiimtmThe ,
of of whom .. _, .... . . .. __ I It"
t upon, a body men. .no.. one.. . ib ..c' ,,(..} '. 1-. t: ; ;; : ;' # '
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t When the new administration,
g. in Shelby M: Cullom' and Joseph G, W. M. SLEMONSOur '

I Cannon had completed 'a decade of
; their second century of officeholding trend'of Orlando's Growth is
if their respective terms in various
branches of public service are added. Northeast. Lewter's Addition and

Uncle Shelby is still,going. It is not Sunshine Park there.
are Near by
the time, therefore, to write his poli- New Spring Stock is Coming In :
,;. tical obituary. He still has the job of is Paradise Hill. Let me show you I : ;

superintending the ,expenditure of And we will offer to you a Choice Selection of High Class Goods

12,500,000; which the Lincoln Memo- . .IN DRY GOODS, ALL THE STAPLE AND USEFUL .
rial will cost and will not lay asidethe GOODS as well as FANCY SILKS, and FINE DRESS GOODS,
cares of state until that work is HOSIERY IN SILK LISLE AND COTTON, and the Many Ac. F.: A. LewteriMMMItHMIIIIitlMMIilllllliMIMIMllllMM

done.With .# ctssories that Women Use. '
Uncle Joe it is different His

career.began later and closed earlier, .'
Six in Week '
but, on the' other hand, it was not Bargains Days Every f
spread out so thin. By processes
which seemed to him to be logical he I We carry all the time a large stock of SHOES of the best
concluded that government by par \ makes and newest styles. KING QUALITY MEN'S SHOES. BRIGHAM & HILL
ties involved'autocratic rule over the CRADDOCK TERRY'S
representatives of a party in congress.' REN'S SHOES. NONE BETTER ARE SOLD IN THIS

For those principles he stood, founghtand MARKET NEWS AGENTS
fell SCHLOSS BROS. FINE SUITS FOR MEN at $15.00, $20. { .
He was one of a disappearing type \ $25.00 and $30.00 are unsurpassed for STYLE FIT AND \ !

of American,politician. ,It was a type QUALITY. Orlando Stationery, Souvenir end Curio Store
bred in a 'country ,of pioneers and I 22 WEST CHURCH STREET
backwoodsmen, when, country inns PLEASE YOU. ;( .. .

.often provided ,their guests with one ..... '"
big room at night and crowded travelers .
; paired off together, the lawyer '
with the drover, the country merchant UNDERTAKER ARMSTRONG :
I W. M.
;with the ,itinerant preacher. -
I t
,.Aloofness, urbanity, dignity and FRAMER'of Orlando

'reserve were ridiculous in such .surroandinga. PINe STRUT t
They were fatal to the

seeker for popularity, and .formality .
was not distinguished"from snobbery.Schooled . TilE H. H. P. STRAIGHTFor -

e in. those times,. Uncle Joe RYRRYfHllfi The Famous Musical Extravaganza : .
carried something of their manner Sale at all Cigar Stores ,
with him throughout his long politi
Made IB Orlando.
Orlando's Newest Ciga r

'cal':We life.shall,'not have another Cannonin Havana and Florida Wrappers I f

:the Speaker's chair. FEEDFOR Try One and Be Convinced rt _ofth Toy shop S

A strange, incident occurred at the HERMAN H. FINDER M'f'g'r
j home of N... D. Wainright, tax assessor -
for ,Bradford county. Friday.Two 212 South Orange 1

chickens were ,in a pen being LiVE STOHKLAUBACH "THE PRODUCTION BEAUTIFUL" ,
fattened for Easter.' The pen was
under :a tree, 'and near an outhouse. Governor Park Trammell will recommend -

A; bolt of lightning truck and killed reasonable to appropriation-not the Legislature that to ex-a L l Mustard, '125 Weil-Known People 'in tke Cast 125 ; '
f :both chickens, partially cooking them. "
ceed five hundred dollars per annum
When found their eyes were openNo .
-be made to,take care of the monument
marks on either tree or building The Grain Man. -IKCMWMSf.Manicure : ,.
erected on the Olustee battle- WATCI fft IT WAIT FOB IT f
c They were on the ground.RaifordNote'
"" in TimesUnion.Twoof Own Street, Ptae 18 field, the money ,to be paid upon (
. - vouchers ;approved: by the ,Governor x Lucerne Theatre April 1st
and endorsed as correct by the president Pedicwe,;. Shampoo. t
mills at Mus-
lumber '
the' of the; Florida Division of the .. Face and Scalp Mneage. ,.
cogee have been closed down on account .
The recent rains have interfered United Daughters of the Confederacy. . "'- T '
of the rise of the Perdida river, i: ..
caused by the ? heavy rains. with the work on the new school i j t ei a ek.. ( Yfei eitoret
recent ftf R
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Dade : k<< i' on
in and .it'is :
-- building City now ,
A ( "finished W.. Florence.,. of Ocoee,. $&j&wi+ "..... ... "; Ceatta1otf QS um Job PIIIMIig {
'Money to.loin'on improved property. doubted Is the building will be_ l' ?" ; -0 ; <; -; 1' ( 4 your

g. Y.Way. in time for commencement city. yesterday.bWNMt. ..... _, \, .,..r., _u' ,"i'.t"A :-3jt, h j : ,. '-, : ,.
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Louis ,C. Massey,-PreSident. ,
s* '. . / party, Messrs Will Branch, ,
3' .T. Wetoa widow,,.VktPm. 8 w... &+nr 0Bowed ,,Earle Vick, Blythe Wat .
C febeoek.- err CuUer ,Surail A.Newell, Au"Cmbier Crookes" were invited to the I'. . ,; .
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: :
.G* :; ...;" '. Misses Mary and Grace Holt
\. to meet their attractive ,....

THESTATE i Misses Clark, Sprague, Eg-- .
w Crawford, of New Jersey. t.: :- t

.' amusing anagram contest, ..:: : i .'
were treated to orangeade

BANK daintily served eatables., ,- r


'. Miss Harden,Ella, Mrs.Slemons Jeanette and "If I lY T [ M [Y"I I

: ; of Orlando were a congenial party
, Riding Club who mounted
and had a brisk gallop :.w How many times you have heard and ,

1 the pine woods recently. possibly made that exclamation! and f
ESTABLISHED IN \1893THIs was Conway, and
reached the home of Miss

the equestrians found "IT IS NOT WHAT YOU EARN BUT WHAT YOU
: the oldest Bank in Orlando, has had anticipated, dainty re
having been SAVE THAT COUNTS
prepared for
of experience of banking in
a pleasant visit with .

section of Florida. It offers its services to all the riders made their Ten cents saved each day for ten years, \ will f
arriving in the
: ing to transact business with a bank carefully give you a bank account of nearly half a
ducted on conservative banking principles. 'i thousand dollars if
savings deposited
ARE THE DAYS your are ,

bI4'E Ad Days." Yes, even each month with ;
: We draw drafts on all parts of the world and little want ads have their

and sell.domestic exchange.Our ) And this is one of their .

a seasons., flat,'or If office you for have rent; a a THE[ PEOPLES[ NATIONAL l BANK !

correspondents, with many others farm, horse, furniture or '

- the National Park Bank, New York; First good sale or exchange salesmen; or if Four cent interest J
employes, per compounded quarterly ,
Bank Philadelphia; Third National Bank, ; a good job-this is the time upon Savings Accounts. $1 opens an .
for it in the Sentinel
i i I Merchants Mechanics National Bank, ; account. Open yours with us today!

_$ Continental & Commercial National Bank, ATTEND MASS
meeting is where the voice
National Bank of Commerce, St. Louis. is heard for or against T t

The mass meeting

: We Pay 4 per cent bterest oa Savings Accounts called for the especial pur- ; I
the people an oppor- ( i '
: .
F expressing their views on a ",
new charter for Orlando. :
SEVENTEENTH CONCERT IN THE t carriages, and the entire I have taken much time 1

'NEIGHBORHOOD SERIES J spent under the ,beautiful I a form, and that committee
s trees on the historic spot I tonight and they invite 1 -
Tuesday night in her Concord I 1 Gatlin" once stood. : of it. It may be i iAN

Avenue studio, Mrs. J. Robinson Murphy f, Many chapters of the you want and it may
is gave'her weekly concert in which states were represented by repairing to meet the
the was assisted by Miss Millie Smith, of the Orlando organization the majority. In any event

the,daughter of Alderman Wm. Smith, jolly crowd of yesterday you to attend this meet- .
She"sang two delightful numbers, and Miss Charlotte Arter, Miss committee are simply pub ATTRACTIVE STORE I is
was preceded by' Miss Claire Robinson Arter, New York; Miss and ,will be only too glad ,

I- who gave, a clear analysis of son,.Nebraska; Miss L. F. your suggestions and dis The Delaney Drug Company has
.Edward Greig, and, his music. ton Mass: ; Miss Dora D. of their work which they one of the cleanest and nicest drug COMPLETE
q Miss Beulah 'Roney played the accompaniments ton, N. H.; Miss Minnie with but one end in view, rooms in the city. In fact the storeis

as usual, with sympathy Hanover, N. H.; Mrs. C. B. welfare of the people. You a credit to the city and many w STOCJK
and feeling, and showed that she Brattleboro, Vt.; Mrs. F. power to change any thing strangers have remarked that cities (1;, -','" " OF
unites 'in her art, all the ,necessary Springfield, Mass; Mrs. S. 'tJdI'A done if it does not suit you. double the size of Orlando can not
r': qualities' of the thorough musician: Geneva, N. Y.; Mrs. L. \ boast as good a drug store.
,She' has musical temperament and Hartford, ConMrs. Mary ;; OFFERS ,A HOME 'TO ". Their ice cream. "service is as supe- I
u phrases with taste, has true tempo; Fall River, Mass.; Miss FLOOD SUFFERERS rior as are their creams, and in a climate -

4> Clear expression,and lastly, two traits Gregory, Geneva, N. Y.; of people in the north like Florida, good wholesome Spring!
frUch are lacking in so-called musifians Fosgate, Boston, Mass.; rendered homeless and de ice cream has come to be a necessity,
Robinson, Mrs. S. R. Hudson and this makes it important that pure
,jnodesty! and common sense. means of a livelihood, to
: *.' ,At the close, Mrs. Murphy was ess H. R. Parkhill, Mrs. W. extends a ray of hope. creams be insisted upon. Delaney's Styles
,, obliged to sing%two negro Rousta- Mrs. Martin Zellar, Mrs. A. of Sunshine developing do this, and they give you kind and

bout, songs, and "How Uncle Peter man, Ms. Benj. Drew, that the help proposition courteous treatment in every line of
,burns the Butter." Schuller, and Mrs. J. M. possibly keep pace with the their business.AT .

The next concert, will be given on lando. of the state, there is great THE FAVORITE TODAYFOURREELSA ASHIONABJEANI
'Thursday, April 3rd, and not on Tuesday The "Man of the Party," to those people of' intelli- BIG FEATURE F
as more'time is required to pre ator W. D. Gorsline, of honesty who are in search .
,, -
pare for the Indian Tribal Melodies who took some of the employment In every The Thunderbolt in three reels and
Songs.will be sung from the Pawnee,I|i picnic grounds and remained of service there is room 40 scenes. A Striking sensational BECOMING

Cherokw, Seminole, Oneida, and Oma- basket dinner, reporting and intelligent help. social drama.
ha tribes, and four Cadman arrangements events of ths day as storm and flood districts ,
Shirts and Shocks (Majestic)
will be given Mrs. Murphy joyable, of factory men and women, Screamingly funny comedy. A show Straw
< proposes to talk Col Grosline and will be
upon Bishop Gray's: was Very young women worth five times the price. _
farm which he is going to start -for proved so helpful that he and without employ Our price 5c. Our program is found
.:'r, the benefit? of the Sfeuinoles. an honorary member of the months, until the destroyed
daily in this paper, look for it.
'the music given Tuesday night I and therefore eligible for and shops can be repaired. I Hats
picnics. is for
an opportunity
Promm First J .qJ' trade and civic leagues to Glee Club returned from its
Reading--An- historical and critical'THURSDAY AFTERNOON service for these helpless trip down the West Coast Saturday, ,
estimate of Edward Grieg-Henry T.Fink ROSALIND I' do a good service to Flor- I having sung concerts at Lakeland,

Miss Robinson. help is so badly needed. I Clearwater, Tampa, and Manatee. The
Piano solo, "Night Watch Song" ... ]Book Contest And Music the matter up with proper trip was not so successful financiallyas

Piano solo, "Elfintanz" ...!....... .. Pleasing of the north, much could last year, owing to the continued Brown & Lartigu
In of the to our mutual good. the
Miss Hamblin spite stormy- rainy weather, boys reportan
The Lovely Bride" . ... .. ........, large number of ladies enjoyable jaunt despite the handicaps i
"Margaret's Cradle Song .. ........ ... the Rosalind Club VISITORS The audiences were enthusi- ,

"Morning" .. .. ..........., . .. .. noon for the regular H. Lee and Dr. Thayer, of astic though small, and the singingof U $
z' "Solveig's Song" ............ ....... ception. The guests were callers at the Sentinel the club members seemed to makea -- --- --- -- ----- --- 1-'..
Program Second at the door by' Mrs James and we were almost very favorable impression on those ida Audubon Society, on the groundsof ergetic and untiring in

s' "The First Primrose" ..... . ..... chairman of the to address Mr. Lee as who heard it. the home of 1* F. Dommerick, in further the work of the department.'
"The Swan".. ., .. ..... .. .. .. .... mittee and her efficient for the taffy spreaders of The winning of two straight games Maitland President Blackman The large audience who attended the
was re-
'"The Old Mother" ... . . . .. F. A. Curtis, Mrs. Goodrich county after their manner from Columbia on their own grounds waxworks enjoyed her work imijiense-
elected to .the Presidency of the So
Mr. Symonds Mary Robinson, who things" attempted to win caused great rejoicing among the During the past Dr. ly. Mrs. Jarley, impersonated by
Pano solo, "To, Spring" ... .. ... ... with dainty cards with of Mr. Lee by holding out students. This means that the State ciety.Blackman has devoted a great year deal Mrs. Clarence Wallace, a graduate
Piano solo, lithe Butterfly"Miss .. .. . .. tached. Then a "Book plum to him as a bait. But Championship for the present year this some years ago of the School Jf Expression
of time and effort ,to importantwork
Roney announced and the pioneer is not to be moved I will be decided when Rollins and Stet- and has secured large resultsin was perfectly) done and
"Wounded" .. ............... .. .. quested to turn their honorable attitude he has: son play off the tie of two victories the, state activities.' A number of drew gales of laughter fror her
"A Dream" ..... ....... .. .. ... ... i i pictures astened upon the in this matter. apiece. This game will be played on the members of the Glee Club were hearers. I IA
_.: "Homeward" ........... ......... one of which represented man who refused to swal- neutral grounds in the,immediate future also present and furnished music be- most entertaining feature of the
Miss Smith known book. Miss Holt coated pills is Fran- and should prove one of the
sugar tween the various items of business afternoon was the Bumble Beei Girls
Program Third est in placing the titles whom they offered the road most closely contested -and interest- and the refreshments were served from Orlando, led by Mrs. Latjghlin,
Norwegian Folk Songs: a dainty prize as her if he would only quit ing games ever seen on a college dia- the ladis of, the who donated their services t the!
"The Saeter Song" .. .. .. .. .. .A handsome county division. But Fran- mond in this state. largely. by young cause, and made a distinct hit with
3 "I Laid.Me Down to Rest" ....... the Drennen-Lattner told them to go to San- The Easter service in the Congregational college.On Monday afternoon at 3:30, Mrs the audience for the opening number.
"Dearest Maiden" .............. been placed upon the stage, their superintendency; that church came near being a dis- Jarley's Waxworks was shown in the Another delightful and long'await-
Mr. Ball delicious ices and divided, he would tinctly college affair. The sermon of
was Gymnasium, under the supervision of ed event was the initial apPE arance
"Home Forever" .. ........... .. served, the visitors were Orange. the morning was preached by Presi- : Miss Mary G. Deaderick, Director of of the Cherokee orchestra, |which.
,. ,"The Miller's Daughter" .. ... .... rare music from a number the immortal Elijah, dent Blackman, who chose from beliefs his the School of Expression. The enter- I has been practicing faithfully'for a
Mrs. Robinson Murphy famous artists, including for Clerk of the Circuit subject our conceptions and tainment 'was for the benefit of the long time. Their work was remarkably -
.. "Yes, ,We Love This Land" .. ... I Caruso :Farrar, Homer "Harney" is now in, Talla- concerning the future life. Two an- School of Domestic Science, and netted fine, and added greatly to th&
I "Patriotic Song of Norway" ..... : Several fine numbers were the carpets and,clean- thems were sung by the choir, directed comfortable sum for this popu- success of the afternoon. The orchestra -
f* Sung by the audienceDELIGHTFUL "Madame Butterfly" and cuspidors for the fellows that by Prof. Pope 'and composed lar a The entire success of comprises the following members:
ites, one from "Lucia" and to stay "fixed" and it is largely of pupils in the School of Mu purpose. First violins ,
the entertainment was due to Miss Dorothy Daniel Min.
"of well-:
from "Martha" were he is already practicing sic. Both were settings the '
PICNICD. I na Hoffman, James lend
joyed. I onl Easter theme, Christ, Our Deaderick, who wrote the speechesfor ; '
Hancock something known ,
r humor violins, Mrs. F. W. Shepherdr Bese
, the first, for full choir, Mrs. Jarley, full of wit and '
Clerk of still born Passover;
A. R.'. Spend Yesterday At Like The Baptists in : Douglas, a by Bartlett, and the second for the and also drilled the characters who Meriwether, Erik S. Palmer; manse
Gatlin Back. The music represented the, various heroes and cello Mrs. Glancy Wallace; harp
ning ,to build a fine new are a game lot of old boys quartet by Dudley Wallace
The Daughters of the American rendered to its fullest effect by heroines. Miss Deaderick has proven ; trombone,
in ,
Sanford land and fight was
_. Revolution held their annual picnic excellent voices, and the entire herself by her work, in the School of Ray Trovillion; Xylophone, Mrs Erik
Money to loan on cause as,well as any. the Palmer drums and .
r yesterday Lake Gatlin, and, as always service was unusually impressive anduplifting. Expression this year only unusually ; traps Grace
the gathering was a most pleasant .S. : talented and thoroughly trained, but Hathaway; piano, ,Mrs. "James Shiv-

,one. The partyleft the city,early! Shannibarger's lag stock of At"the recent'meeting,of,the_Flor- more important;still, capable,and en, -] ler. -
jn the 'morning 'in automobiles.,and_: WANTED- Clean',rags:at tira.

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