The daily sentinel
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Title: The daily sentinel
Uniform Title: Daily sentinel (Orlando, Fla.)
Alternate Title: Daily South Florida sentinel
Physical Description: 1 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: Josiah Ferris
Place of Publication: Orlando Fla
Creation Date: March 29, 1913
Frequency: daily (except monday)
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando
Coordinates: 28.533611 x -81.375833 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1913.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 1, no. 269 (Dec. 20, 1913).
General Note: J.F. Schumann, editor.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 4 (Feb. 14, 1913).
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Source Institution: University of Central Florida: Florida Digital Newspaper Library
Holding Location: University of Central Florida: Florida Digital Newspaper Library
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002075051
oclc - 34297092
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System ID: UF00087112:00103
 Related Items
Related Items: South Florida sentinel
Succeeded by: Morning sentinel

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,Dallas, TeL, March 28.-An Special to the SentinelColumbus y TO TWENTY MIL- \ ICAL SUPPLIES TO meeting of citizens last nightat T. C. Brannan,the live wire ;

0., March 28, Mid LIONS STRICKEN. DISTRICT ...,;' the Orlando opera house, thoughnot of the Oviedo division of the Sea- '
night.-The loss of life in Columbus Spwbl to tl'SentinelDayton as largely attended as it should board Air Line railroad, has just

moving rapidly eastward. The from the flood and fire' 0.March 28.-A mir- Special to the SentitlttWashington have been, yet it was considerably returned from his old home in Grady

,storm swung south into sections is ,not, believed will exceed two acle has been wrought in this March .-More than 'larger than the first meeting held on county, Florida, where he still hat

,where spring fields and gardens hundred. The property damagesare flood-stricken city. Out of chaosof i' 1,000,000 rations of food, together I I the subject and was a representativebody real estate interests.

already are green. estimated in excess of $15- fire and water, Dayton is with great supplies of tents, blankets, of Orlando tax payers, who were About 4 years ago, ciizens of Cairo,

No serious damage is expected 000,000. Order is evolving out emerging tonight with a death cots, field supplies and fever-warding I earnest in an effort to improve Or- I now the county seat of Grady county

as the temperature barely of chaos. Missing loved ones are toll under two hundred souls. drugs, are in motion tonight toward lando's form of government. conceived the idea of cutting loose

touched the freezing point rapidly being accounted forby Every portion of the fldoded the.fiood-devasted districts--the quick I The Committee by its chairman re- from the mother county and playingthe

the hundreds. ,Ample shelter(district has now been penitratedby j gift of the United States Government, ported he charter and read it. as a game alone. Accordingly, th4 t
)BLIZZARD RAGING IN OKLAHOMA and food are being provided for'11 the government life savers. I to its afflicted peoples in Ohio and whole, and then read it section by usual division fight was inaugurated

CRIPPLES CAR TRAFFIC the thousands of homeless citi Trained who Indiana. section and, after discussion were and Cairo, was as profuse with

zens: r.have traversed newspaper much men of the From Philadelphia goes a train of I adapted, except Section two which i promises as Sanford is now, and

Special to Toe Sentiad. The flood ,waters are mostly ,down town section are tonightof twenty express cars, with 4,000 tents, was amended on suggestion of Mr. among other things promised the out-

Oklahoma City, Okla., March drained off the many squares one opinion, that the loss of 2,000; blankets, 11,000 cots and alsoa L C. Massy, so as to more clearly side districts that if they would sup- ;
27-A buzzard has been ragingin ,and devastated districts. Hun life has been greatly overestimated complete hospital outfit, including define the duties of mayor and his port the division movement. Cairo

Oklahoma since midnight, and dreds of brave workers are yet in early and 400 separate tents for patients. It judicial powers. would furnish the site and build tht

there is no indication of cessa searching for unknown'numbersof not exceed one reports hundred and may fif- will also take along food and other All the rest of the sections were court house; in this way enough pea
tion. Snow is still Streetcar
falling. lifeless bodies. supplies for soldiers and militiamen. separately read, discussed and adopted ple were induced to support the

service is partly blocked and Others are equally energeticin I ty.From fifteen millions to twen- There will be other Government ship- as read, except now and then some movement to get a slice cut orf "'of

train service is slow. I helping to remove the debris. ty millions of property has,been ments of supplies from that city, including minor detail two counties out of which the new

Steam road service is slowly re- sustained in the damage to bus- hundreds of stoves. Mr., Victor Starbuck offered a mo- county, Grady was created. The new ;
.LOSS OF LIVE NOT AS GREAT AS suming and telegraph and tele- iness blocks, factories and dwel- The government will send, in all, tion that the Charter be referred backto county had no funds to start with
FIRST phone wires are being strung. lings. more than 50,000 tents. the committee with instructionsto and worried along for a year or more

-. This is the epitome at presentof Property loss by fire not I The supplies have been an4 are be draw a section embodying the initiative renting a court house, of but pour
I pwial to Qe UntiltDayton > may
0.:,'March 28.-There the, condition in the capitol exceed one million five hundred ing purchased by the War Depart-I i and referendum. The vote was' accommodations and by hiring the
city of the Buckeye state. thousand dolla ment, and the trains are :so close on this motion hat the Chair- keep of their prisoners in an adJoin-
comforting 's
.are reports coming
Similar conditions exist in Waters from Pittsburgh, St.,, Louis, Chicago, 'man called for the raising of hands. ing county. As time passed tax payers
in, receding rapidly
hourly. more
Many places
homes and business places had numerous,other, cities and towns 1 I than they rose and the situation Fort Thomas, Ky., and other.Middle-I'This motion was lost. So that the grew restless under this condi-

been practically inundated, res- villages and hamlets situated in tonight is full of hope and good West' army posts. Charter adopted is that which was tion of affairs, and demanded of
cueing parties find suffering and the central and southern part of i I cheer.i I A message from Gov. Cox of Ohio, published in the Sentinel yesterday Cairo, that the pre-county seat promise

starving, people huddled, together Ohio. I I Food and clothing are plentifuL indicates his fear that 250,000 per- morning.On be made good by Cairo, and -_tI
: hi elevated praying Known dead in Columbus Water is being distilled by sons are temporarily homeless. He motion of Judge Warlow, the their chagrin and amazement, were
', some nook, -
and for release from numbers fifty-two.: :' refiners and telephone conditions fears too that fever may make its report was,referred to the City Council told by the City of Promises that'the
their awful imprisonment At least fifty ,lifeless v bodies I are being established. appearance I nthe ,flood hsrdluS-cefog. for their action at their next reg- promise was to build a court house,

r, Some few have succumbed to have been recovered.: Most con-J!I Comparatively few new dead I appearance in the flooded disricts. 'ular meeting in April, at which time but not at the expense of Cairo alone, 4

hunger and exposure, but on the servative estimate of loss of life were found when the Louisvillelife The United States Life Saving Station -'any citizen having objections to the that if anybody had' understood that
I announced to 'the city coroner'i at Louisville>> has been orderedto I same may and be heard., If Cairo was going to '
whole, the jteath! joa 1fi1lbe saving, _crew penetrated '; Its appear build a county seat
is twd estimates' 'hurry entire crew, equippedwith the report is approved by the 'Council building at her
much less thanreported, due to hurfdredrpther north of Dayton today. I own expense, they"had e
the fact that in'' many quarterswhere based upon stories of the flood, power boats and life saving apparatus :- then it will be sent to the legis- understood wrong and that when the
It thought the heaviest
it survivers, vary from three hun- was to Cincinnati with orders to{lature for their action.A rest of the new county was ready U a
was thought impossible loss of life occurred there.
for persons to be alive wholefamilies dred to a thousand. Any definite -' work up the Miami Valley toward voe of thanks was then tenderedthe pay their share, Cairo was ready.
bodies have been recovered .at
have''been rescued although tabulation of dead is impossible -t Dayton for rescue work. committee for the faithful and Two efforts were made to vote bonds
nightfall. Only dozen of 1
I Wilson First Offered Aid
within six to fortyeight1remargable efficient service they had performed. for
in a suffering and weak- county buildings and both failed
,these found in business
The relief
I action of the Federal
instances shrdd Chairman S. Y, Way made the
ened condition. The hospital m some Finally buildings were built by,
district the balance
were pickedup I
Government was on the initiative today
i hours. prophetic remarks Orlan- direct taxation
,service provided by the national ; and >th e tax riddeD
at Riverdale and West
Bright in the flood situation Day-j to carry into action the orders do's future, after which the
spots meeting
people under
and state government is beingtaked ,i I are groaning their burden ;
-ton.: Five found south of the i of President Wilson, who sent early
the remarb- adjourned.
to its utmost today were and wishing themselves backin
residence districts on the west I today to the Governors of Ohio and
able instances of heroism dis- Notes: This meeting was open th e old county free from debt ;
played by rescurers. side.All Indiana the following telegram: to the entire public and those who This will be the experience of San-
TRAFFIC BEING RESUMED Welcome relief was the arriv- public buildings withstood "I"deeply sympathize with the,people did not take interest enough to at- ford should they get what they are

IpedaI to the SfBtbcL all this afternoon of the Colum- flood are now.safe.. Larger office of your States in the terrible disaster tend are in poor position to criticise asking. It will be one of the worst

Cleveland, 0., March 28.- bus government train from II I buildings in which several that has come upon them. Can now.The burdened counties in fifty states, and

Tracks'are being repaired bridges Washington carrying food, medical -, thousand people were marooned the Federal" Government assist in any men who prepared the proposed it won' be a year until a lot of honest '

strengthened ,and roadbeds supplies, cots, tents, blan-' escaped with comparatively no way? Charter are all honorable and people who have been misled ffifl'*

j .restored ,to safe conditions, and kets and a corps of experiencedrescue damage. Judge Garrison, the Secretary of able men and gave it good thought, wishing that they had never heard '
by Sunday, all trains will be run- workers drafted from the City tonight in darkness except War, also wired to the two Governors adopting from th e forms thart other of county division. It.is too bad that
for lanterns and torches ., as follows: cities had found it advantageous to in
ping on regular ,schedule. Improvised army. every community there are a few a
depot service will be Railroad service has been re- borne by rescueing parties. "In view of the apparent,great loss I adopt. agitators who by oily methods succeed
sumed the ___ ____ of life and injury to inhabitants ojf
,maintained until regular sta- on Pennsylvania, ( in getting their neighbors in
tions can be restored and repaired Ohio Central and Hocking Val- TWENTY DROWNED your state I desire to know,if the War COLD WAVE; HIT MEMPHIS the limbos. ,
. Department be of
I and made: habitable. The ley lines. .n --- *,. ... can any assist- todal to the! Sentinel
,loss to railroad companies will Ohio National guards are in Special to The SentineLZanesville OP-. ance through the temporary use of Memphis, March 28, Special-A J. E. CRAWFORD MAKES BIG

be great control of the rescue and relief 0., March 28.- officers ,and troops and the loan of cold waye passed over the Southern DEAL .

work. Conservative estimates of the such supplies as may be available.Our States Thursday night and low temperatures .:-- I

CONDITIONS' IN COLUMBUS IMPROVING Undertakers have been impressed loss in this city of life tonight,I afflicted sincere State.CADILLAC sympathy." is with your: prevailed in all states ex- J. E. Crawford, one of Orlando'sactive

into service as deputy placed the total at ten with pos- cept Florida, where the lowest tem- and reliable real estate deal- jl;
,hee,1al to the Se&ttad.v sibly twenty drowned in Mus- perature recorded was forty, above.
coroners. DEMONSTRATORMr. ers has just closed two deals -of"considerable ,
kingum Heavy and shifting winds prevailed
The flood district magnitude.
Columbus, 0., March 28.- west of the Scioto river is run- Chris. Robinson, special demon- throughout the the night,of some places On Thursday he sold his ,'farm and -jl,
reaching velocity a gale.
Conditions here'remain practically ning through the heart of Columbus FLOOD CONDITIONS strator of the Cadillac Automobile grove known as the Dashwood prop-
Gulf States, Texas, and Louisiana
: unchanged, except that erty to Rev. J. H. Roens, a retired \
has been Company, is in the city showing
waters practically up :met he fate of a chilling frost doing
are gradually eding
and rescueing parties cleared of both living and dead.It Washington, March .-The that"splendid machine. The Orlando I 1 I much damage in the interior and up- Methodist minister from MinneapolisMinn. 11

o better work.are accomplishing is believed tonight that 1 weather bureau in a special flood Auto & Supply Company has the '!!per portions of the state. ..
within thirty-six hours bulletin announced agency ford the Cadillac and Traveling with Mr. Rosen was a Mr !
scores morn- any I I| Temperatures have been gradually
Martial law prevails and ,
no of bodies will be removed from ing that conditions on the lower person interested in a high grade ma-'[I rising. H. H. Williams, who at the same time I
I looting is discovered. The great-
driftwood chine at a moderate invited i i i bought the farm and grove known as
'; ''est need is food and places to against trees in Mississippi depend almost price are No damage is reported to any crop i
house the suffering. It is impossible the lowlands lying east of Green- wholly on the Ohio flood and the to call at the garage .on South Orange in Florida, but in other southern the Ruck place, both of which are
lawn cemetery, located directly future rainfall. The Ohio flood avenue and see it tried out by: States considerable damage, is reported near Conway, about four and one-half F
to determine
; as
,act loss of life. ex- south of the flood district. With will exceed that of January, an expert operator.The to vegetables and early fruits. miles from Orlando. They had travel. ',., '
I boats two men have already 1907. The bulletin says. Cadillac is a machine that sellson i Texas suffered considerable loss to,: ed over considerable portions of FlorIda 3

THE STATES ATTORNEY :visited a few of these piles and "The Ohio river at Pittsburg its well known reputation. Mr. J. property from wind storm while oth-' before ,coming to Orlando and

"< recovered numbers of bodies. I{seems to be at a standstill at W. Jackson has Just recently pur-''er section suffered from freeze. were about to leave for the north ,

i Within the past few hours 30.4 feet. The stage at Cincin-! chased one of the new models and is without purchasing when Mr. Craw- .;J y

This is the strongest political play ,.hundreds were rescued who_ had :nati this morning is 62.6 feet,I very proud of it. t CAPTAIN SHERIDAN DEAD ford got hold of them and showed l

that has ever been presented south been marooned for over forty- :and rising. Louisville is 38.4, - ; From the Chicago Daily News, of them some of his bargains and they .

: /'pmiac.tfl-all others such as "The Red public buildings and the upper 'day morning. The Cairo stageis __ 1i i*'.Johnson Sheridan, age 72 years, beloved and the surrounding country that they

) :Circle" "The Man Higher Up," "The stories of their homes.In 47.4. The Mississippi at St. By mistake of the scribner, the l husband of Lois A. Sheridan, were not long in deciding to locate
Mad of the Hoar" and others. 1tyiN father of Mrs. S. and here. Both will their families
a'barn' fo three .four Louis and the Missouri at Kansas names of Mrs. C. P. Dow and Miss Breckenridge, move
i us an idea that looking .intopolities hundred 'lived ;on canned days goods., City are not contributing a Dow, sister of C. P. Dow, were omitted grandfather of Millard S. Brecken- here soon and become one, of us.

_;{ as very few people I really The receding water is volume of water to the flood and from the report of the D. A. R.f ridge, at the Mercy hospital. Funeral The Sentinel congratulates honest t

(fit be opportunity' .of seeing it. The to, light the devastating bringing effectsof are not likely tQ in the immediate -i picnic of Thursday. Mr. Dow, jso notice later. Jim o n his success, and extends a

eanvption. of graft that exists. in our.polities the flood.Business future. The rivers of Kan- kindly took his car, and helped,to get Mrs. Belle S. Breckenridge, who has welcome to these,excellent gentlemen
'. of today, the ways and means sas and other States to the west- the _ladies to the picnic grounds that ,been spending the winter'In Orlando, and their families who are aboutto J
\the I bow' parties use to defeat theENfrsMnking structures and resi- ward of the Mississippi are not these people are worthy of especial and her son Millard, of Stetson University cast their lot with us."I" '

good government lea dences have been demolished. I in flood. mention.
'NNtiia: at.the ,elections. The part .,Others are twisted and torn. '"Reports from Columbus, 0., Lake Gatlin is a beautiful body of funeral of-her father, Captain .Mil Mr. E. S. Keys advises the Ses- 'II

;Fief. *M* **.'attorney is dererly port Paved streets, sidewalks and state that the river at that water and the grounds, a beautifully lard Johnson Sheridan, of Chicago. tniel that the Superintendent of &s

;: yed >y:Noman R. Field, the ster- curbings, have been swept away. point is now below breaks in the wooded tract of land, is one of, the On account of illness Mrs. Sheridanis Atlantic Coast Line.Railroad,authorizes

Bug;'.THH."teter' ;,who heads'a. wellMMMed Debris has piled high against levee. prettiest places near Orlando and the unable to,attend the funeral him to say that ,this company

:, :'cut of players. Specialtist houses. Federal state, county "The weather has now clearedin Masonic order and other Societies1. Captain Sheridan having spent part: will handle deadhead,. any, and ''al rl

7 .Wt .MA,IM_ -aett.will add greatly and municipal authorities are all east and central sections have, for several years resorted to of two winters here will be remembered -i freight consigned: to people, in theM.

.; to,'tke.'mniag.... UrUianientK co-operating in relief work. and clear weather now prevailsin these:beautiful grounds picnic occasions by many of,the Orlando people., flood sons, when,'properly billed it

; ;. . all sections the country'except IJ - tteee:duly: authorised by:fee::n*&*'
.4 : ',is tngjroi.-maybe. dead IM_ SL. afger'a Wr stark of in the far.Northwest, where ', 1 I.' :-...: rh?...: tteta"or ,municipality' :to "neefo is*', )yl
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E EXTRACTS. FROM ,ATLANTIC i and as a result of its success there beady more than 167 cities in 291 f
,,. ,CITY CHARTER DesMoines further developed the sys j
L: ) States,.have adopted'Commission: Gov J
.,1 Continued from Page Seven tem, which is spreading, with slight ernment features.

}>.t;k A plan by which the people may modifications, throughout the country.In Has it ever been discarded? Magnificent Showing of
Texas.practically all the cities, 23
:V protest against any law or ordinance No: No city that has tried Commission .-
a .and require the Commissioners to 0 in number, have,followed Galveston's Government has ever returned -
'., jobmit or' refer any proposed ordi- example with equal success. to the old antiquated, cumbersome
Where has the Commission beentried '
;'.: a_ ace to popular vote or abandon it system. New Suits
M. How' can'nay ordinance proposed,by ? Spring
-::2 the Commissioners be blocked ,by the J :
::1 e jeople A petition? of 15 ,per cent of the '

: ;} ,..JOters protesting against any proposed 'LAUNDRY' v and Dresses
::;\ ordinance either'requires the Boardto ORLANDO HAND f ,", .
.'} reject the ordinance or submit itto
:< popular vote.
'.' .Could not, the ,Board rush through
t k ordinances against the best interestsof 11 East Pine Street
"f:" : :the'people without giving time for SILKS AND .SATINS, ALL COLORS, DRESS GOODSIN
{ the preparation 'and ,presentation of I ALL THE LATEST PATTERNS FOR OLD AND
';t.:; "No. ,In the first place every meetiag Prices Aeasooable aod Work GuaranteeI CONTAINS ACCURATE ILLUSTRATIONS OF THE
is secondly, 'every ordinance
:i'l must be on file for public'inspection I
'.; two. ,weeks before final pas- Family Washing a Specialty. Personal IS WORTHY THE ATTENTION OF EVERY ORLANDO
:;fit sage; thirdly: no ordinance shall go I Supervision of all Work. WOMAN. CALL IN AND ACQUAINT YOURSELF
into effect until 10, days after pasT WITH THE HIGH CHARACTER OF OUR GARMENTS
: jage: ; consequently the public has at i AND THE REASONABLE PRICES.Kanner's .
., least 24 days' knowledge of.the pro- J. Ea.ylarlan'
:; posed ordinance. and ample time to! .
prepare the petition of protest againstits
passage. Phone 195
In General New York
x What are the chief characteristics
; F tf our Commission law? GIVE UA TRIAL I
s Centralizing responsibility upon. a
t small number of elected officials. .
Non-partisan elections. Bargain
Abolisment of ward lines. :


_= Recall.Initiative. : LORD J. N. BRADSHAW .: If You Would be Posted be a Daily Visitor to this Store

--u What are the,chief results to be obtained I
? : Lord & BradshawWe :
w.. Economy of administration, greater Ten per cent off on alliin' and 9>
;; ; efficiency, application .of business wish to announce to,our'friends, and the public generally, : ]Ace at Hamilton Dunn's.
methods. 1918 IvfodelsMOTQCYCLES
J that we have formed a partnership under the :
F > Is not the Commission plan new
n novel and un-American? above firm name, for a general I
No. The idea of the people haying : J. a McKAY,
;: a1 direct hand in the selection of : Real Estate and Insurancebusiness CONTRACTOR AND 0
their officials and direct control of BUILDER.
$ t their acts is as old as' government it- : and- are centrally located in a ground floor office at No.I I Superintend All Work.
self. In New England for genera- : I Prices That Are an '
tions communities have been working : 17,S. Orange Avenue, (formerly occupied by Hamilton & Dunn :. Induce ent. : L

under ,.a- simple democratic system" -- Millinery), where we will be pleased to meet all our old friends All Work'Guaranteed.
,placing the entire management in the : I '
:bands of a small body of selectmen, : :and to make, new ones.. .
', ,declared by ,:Thomas Jefferson ."the : I
..wisest invention ever devised by ,the Our list of city and acreage property is surpassed by none, .II'I""I"'I"I t Four H. P. Models $200.00 t
wit of man for the perfect exercise ofselfgovernment : Seven. P. Models, $250.00OEEi1
and we have some exceptional bargains. COME AND SEE Us. : ELIJAH _HANDFuneral'Director ?
and for its.preserva.,

tion.When" did' this particular' form ofCommission Lord & Bradshaw, ': :. aI Embalmer i pe rt

:t., In 1901, after Government'the flood begin, Galveston? ; 17. S.- ORANGE AVE. 1IANI8..F1A.J.IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII..I.IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII.I.,. .\ I I:: :9 Hand Block' Pine St. Phone 35 I ORLANDO, FLA.Agent for'Orange CountyMMMIIiliillMHIHM V

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.elpott, is the popular of .
Uacle Sam's numerous enterprises.Pittsburgh APPRECIATIVE OF THE VERY I
Chronicle.' ,Trenton streets-two new and up-to-date and modern I
IS bungalows and a corner lot near Lake Dot win be 'sold l
it -' together or, separate at prices too low to'mention here. BEST. WE ARE SPECIALISTS IN
f heroes of Balaklaya has kecrc I -Lx
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the of 82. Of '
OI' OD"Noble at Six age Hundred" MADE inspection of premises.. Cash or Terms. Fine opportunity Electrical Wireing and Motor Work t
for investment.. If not sold before May 1st,win be rented.

'Houston Post but 67,000 are dead.- ke 'Cream, CLARENCE. P. SMITHA I NEWELL ELECTRICAL COMPANYARCADE I

It is announced ,that Charles W. _r FROM" i BUILDING
Morse will go back into business. : ke Cream I IJ CHURCH ST. r
pin is ordinarily a very small I
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thing, but when it sticks in tire
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not entirely out business even REAL
II It amounts to a good deal. Vulco-!
behind the bars. Star.
'" ke Cream Fiberine will atop pin or nail punctures i Oscar Hand 280'a
That Roosevelt picture at the instantly and prevent leaks. See I
:White' House the Mr. Taft has sent CREAM : it demonstrated At the Hyer Stable,II I & Son ., :L:1. ,... "I I
for is a large photograph in a heavy corner Orange and Central evenues. }
Does Mr. Taft want the CreamBEST .I Successors to' E. Hand
frame. fce
gold I The Best
is Cheapest
picture or the frame?-Boston Globe. Dm, YOU BUYt' ,| I I1fC'
I overheard a.prominent hardware] .. JI.
: Johns Hopkins wants Mr. Taft for dealer. say this morning to a promi- HOUSE FURI' SO GET THE BEST OF'
',its persident. Baltimore'is only forty ke Cream nent citizen of Orlando, I could have! NISHINGS ; -.-. "' \ .'t t -K- ", 'i 'I
bought land at $2.50 and $5.00 but!
miles from Washington and the trustees YOU H did not do it
.of the university had four years At the time he referred to I sold j COME IN AND SEE US 1 Paints and Wall Paper J
inwhich to study his qsalifications at ke Cream for an Orlando man several hundred 1I
acres of land in Orange county for]| I
dose Democrat
range.-Rochest EVER f |1.00 per:acre, the same land is now, THE 1912 WALL PAPER IN SAMPLESIS
; sold in 10'and twenty acre tracts for!I' d
Miss Mary B. Mason of Boston de- 130.00 per acre, and is cheap at this,! : GRAND AND I WILL BE PLEASED !
dares that in the future wives will ke Cream price. IIIIIIMMIMMIMIIIMITHE TO SHOW THEM. ALL YOU HAVE TO .I
What the Orlando
were people buying -
earn their own living Miss Mason is TASTEBke at that time? Gold mining stock.!- DO IS TO TELEPHONE AND I WILL '1 1F
' not observing. Every good wife earns If yvu!had bought land you could. BRING THE SAMPLE TO YOUR HOME. ,
her own living, uda; whole lot of Cream figure your profit You knew some THAT ,
them earn the livng for the whole .? time ago your profit on the mining : ONE CIGAR
stock. ,without having to figure on it. tf, "t'jfeBfctfflfEVERYBODY t
family.-Utica Observer.The AT If yon have not yet bought some I GEO. A. BARKER PHONE 268 ,
i Orlando or Orange county property, : LIKES 4I
Pennsylvania state board of there is still opportunities for large I

medical examiners refused a temporary DeLay1Iugll Co. profits can, and sell I you can something show you.I that will un_ _un .. '- ' _.n' _n" ,_
medical license to Dr. Fried- make',you money, but your gold mining .. :
'mann. If Dr..Feuiimann were an impostor stock will not buy it. f

,In.obtausing would h &:-have medical had_licenses the difflculty to- '' Watkins Quick Di IidldiiigPhme very Office Call over and see Diekson me.CARL JANSEN Ives, Orange, HAWLBTOSTRAIGHTS HIGH GRIDE" D[ EASTER" MILLINERY[ \I

exhibit the effects of his}cure when Avenue, Orlando, Fla. .
he has had in fact in the face of ae 2 The banks and the business men of ..
Orlando know me, if you do not, ask .
knowtefce caedent Is-New. t
York them. Get the .. .
World., HMIilitHllllilMMMttlThe best cigar at five .
cents, the next time you y
\ Shannibarger's for bicycles and 1 (! want to smoke-judge for I 10 per cent off on all
The cowarly assassination of.EH:] robins and the amateur gardeners -: osidries.WANTED. I' !
George of Greece has a'warning whir' ,,are' beginning tto feel' the spring I yourself. :. Linens and Laces l i
\e'. overlooked :
should net' : here in sap rising -Clean rags at this office.FRANKHTER8 I .,
,America, 'Het'to g back to the nrer- I
? i
der of McKkflty,the attacks on,Mayor An' Oregon man was sentenced to : Made in Orlando and sold ,
Gajnor,and Rooeveltr Plaia- ,; by all dealers.
prison eigttjryears. He ought to 1
' ly' ;tile cwtmwffly daaferlin placed..which our President peblic.enire Wilson be a good life insurance risk. I Manufacturer of Artttdal .J IISSES HAMILTON & DID i j I

BuY art allow;:.his. democratic
| Stone, Fancy Columns and 1111111111111111111111111.Shauibarei. .
instincts to:lead him to'reduce the Whenever you want painting i.| ; Ornamental Work c Agents for Barclay Corsets {
detaied ( im first class
secret sernee:guard which is papering done manner iF
for his, ,:protection.. -BinghamptonPreet. it will pay you to call on W..T.. Livingston and Railroads for bicycle and\ I
Entries, 28 East Pine street sundries.
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The all-important question of Furniture. You'll readily' admit that you

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

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



Reason Why Most \

M4Y A Good. Square Deal

People buy at Kincaid &: Snow- .

}w tak,.Y : a. Is what we all want'. for ,. our i
denis because honest .
they get an '. ; : -
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dollar's worth of merchandise for money .

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

w w* 4 in Stock more Home. Furnishings t '
are given a square deal No

than any other .two furniture
. false reckless advertising ,
promises no -
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4 no high prices.

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

k muck ,rake. The wprd trust has several meanings: The one we refer to means confidence, faith and re '

"; liance:; Without this, trust modern business could. not be conducted Our trust is yours! for the -askie .

t Now is, the time to ask'for it. Your credit is good. This big building is packed with Furniture anat -

of'every description. .
t stoves .

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r :South ..Florida ,Sentinel ,a.;Tnrkish-leader is"Ii occupation c' : ,

\MOftNDfG AND WBKLT8UB8OHPTION > that the insurance companies :

would classify .as, extra hazardous. CHOOSE A'DIAMON
assns Mystery. of a Vanished Party of

A girl'goes away on a visit expecting Australian Explorers. -

THE' DAILY SENTINEL to find a prince and comes back

ft**. year, .- 15.00fa with a new way of,fixing her hair. I

Y Months ., 2.50 LEFT NOT A TRACE BEHIND. As You Would Choose Friend '
Three: Months 1.25 'When a smart man acts a fool that ; .. . .

x "i7 twin carrier la Orlando* M call per. means he,has overestimated the value :The Leichhardt'Expeditioi Disappeared .

: oath, DaHr u4 today._ of,the advertising it will bring him. as Though It Had Been Swallowed You carefully make sure in your own mind that a friend is worthy of ;::

The Ortado Moraine Seatiad can be found r Up by the Earth Which May Indeed your confidence before you bestow 'it Exercise the same discriminationwhen
will make love his
: nk In Orlando at Curfto A OTfeaTa Book Whiskey a man Have Bet Its Fearful Fat. .
(tore.. enemy'quicker than religion. But the choosing a diamond.

-w. will appreciate prompt complaint 'If eeling induced by religion lasts longer. There bare been recorded many Just as time increases your valuation of a friend, so will it increase the
' ,idira7 b not properly! .made by our carrier strange tragedies of exploration in tow
and'distant lands. but no one event ot intrinsic worth of your diamond, as diamond prices are constantly
Admtking rata wffl be faraf bed on apjkatkm.
the kind has stirred advancing. '
ever tueu'a winds
o .______ An English aviator has been fined
THE WBKLT ,SENTINEL: for colliding with a cow. The cow as did the total disappearance of tin We buy loose diamonds and skillfully set them in mountings of the

Itr year, by aril pct paid .ILOOAidrm should have been fined for disorderly well found which and splendidly equipped eipeditiou acting in the selection of the stones it offers.' We esteem public confidence
s: THE 8BNTINEU Orlando F1oMa.t Ludwig Lelcb-
- : Onto, li Court Street Arcade Bufltot conduct ninth the Franklin of Australia led as our strongest asset and wise diamond buyers have long since found an

Phone 24 into the central deserts of Australia In advantage in making.their investments according to our selections. -'
China is to kill certain habitual uuiLeichhardt's .

z J. F. fjdUMANN. Eater. smokers of opium and will fine others design was to marchtight We buy loose diamonds and skillfully set them in mountings of thepatron's .
mitt, Preprietsr.ISATURDAY
-J06LLH-- with a maximun of $2,000. This across the continent from the east choosing.

MARCH 29TH, 1913. code itself suggests the notion of a coast to the west. and as he bad at I

----- smoker.t ready led a successful expedition near DIAMOND RINGS, $10 to $500. DIAMOND PENDANTS $6.25
: ly 3.UJU mile through a previously) unknown Dp. .
You will also have observed that
part of Australia it was generally DIAMOND SCARF PINS, $4 to $65. DIAMOND CUFF LINKS 1
the man who is willing to trust thepeople A La Crosse hen swallowed a $200 53.5aap.
thought that he would. be able tc
,, seldom runs a grocery ,store. ruby. It. should pay some enterprising accomplish the task.: DIAMOND BRACELETS, $15 up.

o butcher to purchase' it, mix it Still there were some who doubted

,Poor old Josiah, mortally wounded with a multitude of other hens, and and prophesied disaster and more thai1. t ) .,

ly the great", Goliath.. How is that auction them off. one wealthy friend bf ,the doctor's refused :RELIABLE REPAIRING AND ENGRAVING BY AN ARTIST ,\
to subscribe toward the expeditiou '
for rhyme?
!oJ o- The latest novelty, in dresses has on the ground that they were not .l I
to him commit suicide
going help to
Vice will continue to lie in wait only two books. Cheers by the over-
The members of the expedition nuui
for virtue no'matter what the weekly worked husbands, tempered with the bered six whites and two blacks, at:

fay envelope may contain.A question as to how many buttons are unusually large number for an exploring ':

o thrown in for good measure. expedition this nature and besides T.H. Evans the Jeweler

Philadelphia seeress predicted being amply provided with flour

that the*world would come to an end Painted eyes are the latest fad in biscuit, tea sugar and so on. they drove it
along with them bullocks and 27i
en March 18th, but it didn'to London. Years ago they were quite :
They also bad horses
goats. nun
4 the thing here, not as a fad, but as mules In abundance.At OPPOSITE POST OFFICE

, That cowboy who "shot up" the a necessity. Eye artists are still to
thai time the most westerly station >e>
Buffalo city hall probably meant to be found where black eyes' be. In southern Queeeosland was occupied

protest against the new nickel. by a squatter named McPher ._ .
o A Chicago school teacher set fire to son who dwelt on Copoon creek. From

The whale has swallowed Jonah a pupil's'tro sers by exploding there Leichbardt wrote a brief letter as
matches in 'his back while i be was about to start into the unknown I
I again, but the poor man will be on pocket
land in the spanking him. Sounds suspiciously
dry morning again.
twas'the last ever beard of hlu.
s o like a schoolboy trick, though. or of any of his companions and tbi SILK
George Keller preaching the doctrine notwithstanding the fact that expedi

of' newspaper. ethics. Let us Nicholas ,of Russia carries $5,000- dOD, after expedition was 'afterward STOOKINGST& ;

arise and receive the benediction 000 in life insurance, but that doesn't sent out in search of them

- --ci. make him any more safe from the As completely as though they badbeen ,
swallowed up by the earth. they
Greatness has its penalties. When attacks of 'nihilists. vanished.Juis .

becomes famous he finds it
a man is the most puzzling part of the
r'_ .. exceedingly difficult to hide from his Chicago has a pair of banditstheman : Oj.tery-its completeness. Bad they

wife \ holds you up, and the woman I be*" tilled by the natives as wa at For Day

o goes through your pockets. Its a,safe ors* wrongly reported.. some relics of

Even a man who sits in an office bet she's married.An the explorers would long since have
been recovered from them. in some and
hair where an''editor usually sits,
eastern professor has discov- shape the iron work of the implement
v ,
ught to have some knowledge of
and bad with them would
ered red headed men seldom marry arms they
JOn dispatches., survived.
red 'headed women. Probably each EveningWear
o And what of the stock? Some of the'
the of the other.
understands temper
tt Reading a gas i meter is an easy goats at all events. .must bare been .

ratter,but to know whether it is telling left alive one would hare Imagined.
Paris has reduced a genius who for these are notoriously hardy ant
: the truth or not is an entirely .
=t has' invented a shoe that looks only cnte. able to pick up a living almost
different matter.
half its size. And the women shall Ikjwbere. Vet none of these.'nor an)
call him blessed. of the horses mules or bullocks were
f .Silence is golden, but then again ever traced.

'talk. may be golden, too. The Bell The probability 'Is that the ill'fated
.telephone system announces gross receipts expedition struck one of those Waterless ,

of nearly $200,000,000. patches of country common In Our Personal Guarantee .
The annual meeting of the Orlando Darts of Australia into which the -

o Polo Club was held at the San Juan blacks never venture it Is not difficultin
x Keller just walks over and puts the
Hotel Friday evening with many this case to prophesy what would Accompanies Every Pair
hoe on his own foot and tries to get
members present The following officers hare been their
it on Howard's foot'also.. Nobody elected Their reserve barrels once emptied of
were :
asked 'you to wear it. George. If it their precious contents the little water

,?f does not fit, take it off. 'President-M. J. Daetwyler. carried by the men in their canteen-

o Vice-president H. Evans. would not last more than a day or so Marion B. Ives

Undismayed by the scant popularity Sec'y-treas. B. Magruder, Jr. In'the shadeless bush in that terrific
Delegate-Allan Pirie. heat death comes swiftly under such
,: of its fad, the simplified spelling
that club circumstances. About forty-eight hours
A_ resolution was adapted
board has issued a new list of monstrosities
la the limit of human enduranceUsually
invite' Camden Polo Club, of South
in ,the way of Perverted half that time suffices.
Carolina, for a series of games for
rthography. Doesn't "latter" remind the Southern Championship Cup during The explorers we may be sure would :EXCLUSIVE MILLINERY PARLORS
tie old folks of Josh Billings! struggle on to the last however bos-
Fair Week in 1914. banding their water to the uttermost

.fr oWe The reason for arranging at this drop. The animals would be the first togo ;
would respectfully 'commend
early date for the match with Cam- and the desperate expedient of Second Floor tWHO'S
Mr. Keller to of
a reading, a lengthy ,
den being to enable members to get drinking their blood would be resorted T
article in his paper of Thursday even- to.
the necessary mounts. i
* ,ing and then read an article on thelame Hotter and hotter grows the air as
Polo will be a live wire next win
subject in the Wednesday morn the doomed men stagger farther and --- ------ ----
ing Sentinel before he makes further .A further into the rainless desert

reference to copying.o Some lose their reason; all lose hope HURT? .. .... -
Teaching a calf to drink out of a Then comes the end. They separateand WELCOME TO

o pail is an elementary performance struggle away in ones and twos Orlando, Fla., March 28, 1913. -.....,- '* r. ... ..;1-

Mayor Reynolds early yesterday compared with some others. The and fall and die. Editor Sentinel: THE OAKlAND

Horning appointed the newspapermen most difficult feat is that of match- 'Day after day the terrible and pitiless Dear Sir:- I see a kick from your RIYAL PARKBARBER .

i of Orlando a committee to ar- ing up a half-worn coat with a new ran looks flown upon them lying there competitor in his paper, or advertising -
for and sees them dry and shrivel into sheet about the
nnge getting supplies to the Ohio pair of trousers. today "Spe- SHOP

Mood distircts, and none were so busy mummies. cials" to the Sentinel THE CAR
v still raID falls .
but that they gave freely of their Some people in this city have been And But one no day, It may be yean afterward Might suggest to him that if he Modern and Complete.>>
time in this noble effort on the part would take some of the specials him- THAT EVERYBODY
fault that arises of exceptional
finding .so long now they there a sandstorm Everything individual
tf Orlando to give of its surplus to violence. The wind blow self, he would not have to look so new,
seem to want to find fault because electric attachments
Inngry men, women and children. there is less to find fault about. Why with all the strength and fury of an close at the specials in the Sentineland chair. No stone has been every left E TALKING
but driving before it the other of the state
o papers
not, change? Why not give credit unturned to make this shop ABOUTASK
Again the Postal Company sand not snow. for his news. But then I guess he I
Telegraph credit is due.
When it ceases the desert is there as meet th erequirements of the
:: showed its will toward does not have room for news as it
good o before: the same yet different Houn most particular. Plenty of FOR BEMMISTtATWN
would interfere with his ads on the
the public yesterday when asked by A hobo demands of his Los An- taw of sand exist where before were room. Courteous attendants.
. the Sentinel to use its lines to get in geles jailers that he be permited four raileys ;front page of his paper or-what

touch'with the authorities in Ohio baths a day. Let him have them! The mummies bare vanished from Mr. Temple ,says, "When a man is ELIJAH WHITEHEAD, SEE
forever-Pearson's Weekly hurt, he usually hollows. It the Proprietor.
ascertain ken
1- the proper parties to human:
Think how long it may be before he
whom' Sentinel hurting him or the "Rip- Orange Ave Orlando MAGRUDERI
shipments of provisions should is arrested again! Fla.
c be made, intended for the flood suflerers. o Very Encouraging. Snorter" (Reporter-Star)? I
Without hesitation "Every time rye called on Miss OIl Respectfully, II I
any they
It might seem to be high time for been out," complained .
Meson she's
freely used their lines and furnished i later A subscriber to both papers, (?)

i the information. The public should. the insurance companies to insure young Mr. Fathead." 1 never With apologies to the Sentinel for A YANKEE TRICK ,I I I the good work. They reported -
themselves against the arson trust seem to have any luck. "
not forget this fact. "Cheer up." answered young Mr. the question mark. "Get me? There was considerable speculation back their bravery in weatheringthe

o N meo gayly. Til tell you how to yesterday morning as to the cause of elements in order to keep up ,the
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Whight, after
In great calamities the American make sure she's at home. Come with COMMERCIAL PRINTING sudden chill that came to Florida sun- reputation of the Country Club as .
another pleasant season in Orlando, me the next time I ctll.-Clevelod
people can be trusted to do the right left yesterday for their summer home Plato Dealer. We have the best equipped printing shine, but the Yankees, have done hardy sons of toil; but it is reported j,;

thing. Even great public service cor- near Philadelphia.Mrs. plant in the city, for doing Com- gone fessed up. They say that so that N. P. Powell and Frank Guernsey

porations like railroads and express Caustic mercial Work. Your order,,large or many of the Yankee members the went out afterward to see what,Mr. .

companies forget ,the nicities of cor- Tea," said the bride' of a week small, is handled here by trained experts Country Club got cold feet over the Giles and Mr. Estes had done, 'and .

poration red tape and generously! Rebecca R. Harris was_ among "Jack tells me everything be knows. whose knowledge of the print road cleaning proposition, and staid a! they found that- a little I gopher in- -;;'
s he winter visitors leaving for her
,place their corporation property at and I tell him everything' I know. er's art is unquestioned., Accurate, home because of a little shower. Now digging its little earth chamber ,had <.-

'the disposal of a generous public i in home in Pennsylvania yesterday.Mr. "Indeed!r rejoined her ex-rival who reliable service, prompt and courteous a Cracker just smiles and whistlesat covered up all that these getI men

their efforts to alleviate the woes of bad been left at the post Tb silence 'treatment to an, that's why this a.little thing like down pour of had done. But a real ,estate man

mankind The human, heart, when and' Mrs: R. Dixon, ,who havei when." you are together must be opprtsilTt establishment has'grown by.leaps and rain and would have gone out and and druggist do not propose to be r"

touched by pity is very: much the sam spent the winter in Orlando left for bounds pulle d those roots ,with the delight of buried by a gopher and hence they L .

fe all men whether be their home in New York. We want 7Pd hf.' a, tooth carpenter" pulling teeth.,Mr. call for
they serving If doctors fall thee. be these thy doff propose to, volunteers on.another -, y
'Individual interests or corporate in- tors-rest cheerfulness and moderate THE SENTINEL' James; L Giles, and Dr. 'Estes, did day ,and they will show the :! .

terests.,,._God bless:the ..men,who.forget Mr. and Mrs. R. L. West left Orlando fflet-Utin Proverb. Phone 24. .Cent-- Street- not propose to allow, thing. .to goby countryite-how to blister Wda in a ( "

business.: long'',enough. to help a ,yesterday 'for Gai 1esviUe.f'.d 0 1.reade- &iWii, tF dealtind": > : theJ''dreve out: and- good.caase. .'" T
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\ We have_a complete new line Now about your Easter Shoes J

I I of Spring Hats for Ladies and We have the best that money j
Lt Misses, and will be glad to show and experience can produce, and ."J
t them to you, even it you don't we do not try to see how
t much'i
buy, (but most of those who see profit we can make on them.
them, buy.) No two hats alike, YOU, WILL RECOGNIZE THE :i

: \ 1r&:5j4 and an the shades and colors. EXTRA VALUES IN THEM :}

WITH EVERY WOMAN IT IS NOT A QUESTION OF Be sure to look them over before AS SOON AS YOU SEE THEM. -....

-ar, :- :i t' v'r GETTING A NEW OUTFIT FOR GLAD EASTER BUT Sunday. 3.f


: d I4J YOU WILL FIND WHAT YOU WANT AND THAT OUR Men's Hats in' all the latestI We also have practically 1:

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

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

1' APPAREL FOR THE SEASON AND OUR SALES-PEOPLE 'You will need some of these will come in and make your s:

wants konwn will
things for your Easter outfit. we try our
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I Shannibarfer'g for bicycles and Money to loan on improved prop- HMMIIMMIMMHIIHIIMItllMIIMHIl i!
.. Sundries. tf erty. S.,_ Y.- WAY.-tf 'f}
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THE,TUNER The vat for dipping g cattle which is!'I' Mr. H. Greenswald, of Cincinnati,.-:
being built a McIntosh is nearly com j I f I is a guest of the San Juan. -
v |I .-!{
i pleted. I II -
'I I I Mr, and, Mrs. Harry Harper left :
Mr. Lawson for their home in -
| Magruder and \\Ue I yesterday Indianapolis. .
Phone 514 for your Gasoline and of DeLand, are in the ,city visitingJ. !I I :
oil ,,Prompt"delhery.:. .' tf .. B., Magruder and family at the 1 i I : Yowell'sSALE
Arcade. F r Mr. J. T. Freeman, of Louisville, :
Mr. D. B. Sphaler and H. C."'Hammond : i I
I Qy., is in Orlando today, a guest of - .
were in :Orlando yesterday ..on' The G, A. R's.. will. .hold an engage-! the San Juan. I:
business.. j
,ment in St. Petersburg on the 31st i I I
--:-- I of this month which will last unit! Mr. H. A. Bromleigh, of New York; :
Mr. George Golden of Georgia, is' Friday, April 4th. [is spending today in Orlando. He is -
in Orlando fo? ,a few ,days, and may' I stopping at the San Juan. :
conclude to buy, reap estate,in this I We do all kinds of job printing.I _
city. .:. |:Try us on your next job. tf! Among the winter visitors leaving :
-- I :for the north yesterday was Mr. :
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Tucker of Mrs. .
I I. S..J Davis, who has been a Thomas Roberts of Porsmouth, 0. _
Glenellyn, IlL, who have been ," t -
spending I resident of Orlando for a long time,I, ) )
the season at their winter home on 'and who is the mother of Mrs.,Frank Ten per cent off on all linen and : '
West street,'will go'to their northern, 'I'Pounds, is lying in a very critical, Lace at Hamilton & Dunn's. tf : _iiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiuiiiiiiiiiiiiiiMMiHMminiHiiiiiii iiiii
home next week., I condition. at the .Christ Sanitarium. "

I I l. :i'- ':Mr. M. S. Mo"reman'of Switzerland, This has been one of the most successful -
The ladies of the, Catholic Church t. The. :Pierce Electric. Company, has\*Fl u,,one of the largest horticulturistsin
: are preparing to hold a bazaar in the closed'a contract for the wiring, of the State, spent yesterday in Orlando sales in the history of the store and i
near future, at which many pretty and the handsome Tietke' home, now in'' attending to business matters. ,
"useful articles will be offered I for 'r _______
course of construction at the;corner i make it attractive have
: we
sale. The date'and place of holding Magnolia. (HQlcrest: ""avenue.Mr.tJ. '! Mrs. Etta Hester, Mrs., Minnie more
the,bazaar will..be announced later. *Jones and Miss Leola .Evans were : -

rr- :,A Hardkay'of South t Da-I I prominent Sanford ladies honoring I: .added... to,. this sale one lot ofLadies'
Ten per cent off on all linen and kota, is in Orlando and will look Orange Orlando with their presence yester- : f'
: Lace at' Hamilton & Dnnn's. tf county over with a view to buy day. .
Mr. and Mrs. Frederic H. Rand, Shirt Waists
ing farm lands for himself and three White
of Longwood, Mrs.,Blackman, of Win- brothers. Mr. Hardkay is of that, Mr. and Mrs. Alonzo Jennings,} I
ter Park and Mr.. and Mrs. Mather thrifty German class needed to develop closed their home in Orlando yester- 1
Smith, of Oakland, ,were among the day and left for their home in the
a new county.
out-of-town guests of Judge and Mrs. north. They will stop enroute at Skirts and Linen Suits
Warlow yesterday., Pablo Beach' and Jacksonville.Ten .
East Pine Street will seem rather
lonesome without J. S. Rowland's
}lr,and Mrs. R. Bruce Barber, and per cent off on all linen and
voice. After
cheery he
daughter of Boston, Mas&, who have Monday will Lace at, Hamilton & Dunn's. tf
do his hustling at the new place of HALF PRICESee
,b en touring Florida motored
over business. at 17 West Church street,
> Chicago artist here for
from the East 'coast to visit their Dimmer
where he will consolidate his
.friends, Dr. ,and Mrs. Howell and stock with the stock present wants to teach a few students, for
recently purchased -
will remain several in information, call 198. It
days city from the trustee of the J. T. S gar
beautiful estate. Display on Second
-' The good people of Orlando who are
,Money to loan. improved I I ever ready to do the right adn extend ;
crty., S.1 I.WAY.-tf prop- Money to loan on improved prop the open hand of charity, took : IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIUIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIH* lUllllllllllllllllllllllli
erty. S.Y. WAY.-4f up the suggestion of the Sentine\ :
and liberal hearted people from all I
; ,The funeral of Jerome Palmerwill ,An unique and almost unbelievable parts of the city and the surrounding :

"o'clock.; beheld;>> The Sunday services afternoon will. be at held 2:30 in (terday accident Frank is reported Quarterman from MarteL, a large Yes-, offers gardens to early donate yesterday provisions.telephoned This- :: Come earl) and get (your choice and size They wont last long

the Presbyterian
church. The brotherhood powerfully built negro,'was driving a liberal and humane manifestation on I
-of Elks will have charge of log cart, which was loaded to the the'part of Orlando people will be as : .,lllllllllllllllllllillllllll.,1111111111111111111111111111 111I111111111
the services.Capi .
limit One of he mules kicked Frank bread cast upon the waters '
.l' in the chest, knocking'him down, and
; John W;.Niles,left last evening -, before he could get out of the way, Shanibarger's for bicycles and
for his home in Sterling, III, after I the cart was pulled over him. Forty Sundries. tf The Big White Store
spending the winter with Mr. J.
: '. reliable I men will testify, to the acciJent -
:,W -Davis, 110 Irvine street' ,He is ( but the physicians -find, it hard: Today there will go forward from
One- of;, our regular, winter, residents fto believe,. for the negro is at work Orlando, a large amount of farm and
now'and r says you,will see' bun early I with,nothing to show for it but a few garden produce for the'suffering and
':in the,fall t scratches.-Ocala Banner.HlilllMMIIIMIMIMMIilllilllltllllilllHllH. famishing in the flood districts in iti S mini itiiiii HIM
I Ohio. One of the first to respondwas - .
the Bartlett gardens, who
Mr J. T. last night
: Seegar left
brought a wagon load of fine cabbages
for Jacksonville, where he will spend .
crated for Mr.
already shipment 9 '
P. F. Laubach, kindly gave free use today on business.
lAIHiTTAImm :I,t of his flour and feed ware house as a
who have
Mr. and Mrs. F. G. New
t house for the Everything
:, store. goods as gathered spent a most delightful winter in

y I ln.I Orlando, guests of the, San Juan, left I
yesterday for home.
,. :t Send your job printing to the Sentinel 5
: office.- All work ruarant .-tf The Orlando High School baseball
I i team left yesterday for Tampa, where
I Yesterday morning, Mr. C.. E. they will cross bats oday with the MONAS, UNDERWEAR. HEADQUARTERSFOR
Are recognized as the ,BEST, thereforewe I I Moore, manager of the local Postal Tampa High School boys. HOUSEHOLD GOODS AND SCHOOL
carry them. Our last shipment consists : Telegraph company sent this mes- SUPPLIES.McCULLOCH'S'. -
of the latest patterns" designs IB the Postal at Cincinnati '
very : sage to Manager Watch the little want' ads these
extra LONG and SHORT sleeve lengths. Ohio: "Orlando is donating days. There were lots of them in ,
We are ready for you inspection. considerable vegetables for flood suf- last Sunday's Sentinel and there will :
ferers and ask to find out name of
us be just as many more tomorrow. They
proper'committee to ship to, the express -; of importance. If
carry messages
SCRUGGS&& & DICKSON and railroads handling free you need anything now is the timeto DEPARTMENT STORE
i when consigned to proper committee.Can go after it Bring, send or phone
you ascertain names and placesto your order in today for Sunday's pa- OPPOSITE POST OFFICE
ship same!" The answer promptly per.
THE OUTFITTERS came back: "D. G. Gayle, 310 Vine
: street, Cincinnati, for provisions for WEATHER REPORT CALL and BE CONVINCED
Agents Dnbp Hats flood relief. Will be forwarded from Florida-Unsettled Saturday

t '.i io>.. III- 'OIII Of'HAW, 8C8AFFNH a MABX here. Manager Postal Telegraph." with probably showers. Warmer "LOWEST PRICES ALWAYFr.L. "
"' '-- -.:.CLOTHING , in north portion Saturday

,' - ,,, Inspect Shanibarger'fl big stock of,
.. '.t! llllllllll11 IIIMilllillMH bicycle tires. tf WANTED-Qetn ngi at this oik*.

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'1/;'';,_if-#_. ",\O..v.> *, _CITY. ,"CHARTER, ., CLASflflBD, ," '! (man&ft'wlfe) want:the managers*** -, .
.. .
/ 1'.Wh t is t CommitIion-Govern-- 'BettaeM Bootten(claisiiei. adrer.tiwnents meat. of-a E rop snhotel, on salary;1 0'0 ; '
.f#. 'ae&tt: ) received after' 10 o'clock or woald rent, good:place.> Addresa
midnight; will be ran in the -roo. Late Hotel, P.O. Box 672. Orlando, Flat ?
? (is: the ,placing of the municipal to Classify" column. : It''
'! government in'a board'elected.by) the "Boosters 'of five linesor lew:-approximately ' To ._liet-at .166. West' rest,' :
': voters at'large, instead of.in a Mayor 80 words-one time, 25 roonc: wan. or 'UM. Hot'.and ,e dt!
cents three times 60 cents week
; one ; .
g and Council. (six daily and one weekly editions) water electric Ugfcfc. Large garden I i10OOO'B'nick
i Who: should be most interested in $LOO; one month,,$3.00.. of fruit ]I, w. HOWARD. I Users
Commission Government? .
The tax:payers. For Rent -Six room, house $10.00per' For Rent-Furnished large airy!1 ;
Who, are the tax payers? month, also .furnished rooms rooms for light house-keeping. Closed'! ,
'Everybody who eats, sleeps ands cheap. 209 Weft Pine. in, 312 N.'Main street; Rent reason-; s

i lives in..this city ,and pays his billspa'l able. 4t I Every One
SALE Corner dose BUICK
s' I FOR ,property, I a BOOSTER
the taxes. The owner of the in. East' of 'railr ad.- House of
house in which you live pays, the eight rooms and bath; modern con- WANTED-Teamster work several, weeb'i .
hauling oranges good '.
taxes to the city; he is directly res- veniences. Twelve fruit trees on Inquire at 103 E. Robinson wages t
the lot A at
sponsible for same, but he gets his Address, "Owner bargain," P. 0.$4,000.00.Box, No. Orlando, Florida. A. A. Gould., S
taxes to the city; he is directly reform 225, City. '6t
: of rent For Sale-I corner lot, six room t
FOR, SALE-Small seedling orange house, $1, 50.00. if taken
April, .
:The man who owns and rents the trees in any quantity at five cents a
store in which,you buy clothes, food, each. G. T. HULL, 209 West Pica -I : .

x etc, has his'taxes:to raise, he must Pine Castle road. WANTED-Clean Cotton Rags the I V
And does make increase t ,
FOR SALE-Good Horse, Carriageand Sotted Ofice. 1
in the price of goods which he Harness. For work, on driv I .
I,- sells to you. i ns. Aoply to Wm. Hallowty, Winter FOR SALE-NeW seven-roon house,I
Park Fla.. 12 t with all ,modern improvements.
The owners of property are directly ; ewcK =a ,
$3,000. Will take automobile in
responsible for all taxes, but in the BUY a lot in Thornton Park, a nice pay. Address Owner, care Sentinel part t
V foal analysis the,people who eat,food, ,suburb in east part of the city. Carl '
wear clothes and pay rent are the Jensen. WANTED. I
r real and heavy tax payers in the community City lots in exchange for Upright .
FOR SALE-40 acres of fine land in
piano. Used less than two months.
-and so the origin of the oldsaw Volusia County, near station and 1
'that "We are sure of death antales" d fine lake; $500. Terms. J. B. McKay, 6t Lock' Box 144, Orlando There. a certain prestige that owning your own
city. "
For Exchange or Sale motor car gives you in
now shall the Mayor be selected? For acreage or other property inOrange your community.
One of the Commissioners at the FOR SALE-New' seven-room house I. or'Lake Counties for four
first meeting of the shall with all modern conveniences. E. dwellings in Pittsburgh, Pa. Houses There is a certain satisfaction
Board be I in
H. Gore, 409 Anderson St 7t hinging good rent. All modern build- knowing you .
elected Mayor: ings. Can be handled separate if de -own a WIn
} What is the,Mayor's duty? FOR SALE-5H acres with five-room; I sired. car take you anywhere and bring

.s; To' preside a tall meetings and act feet house from on stopping railroad only places few Plenty hundred of i i Address F. JOSEPH Orlando RAEHN, Fla., jl I Ilmo.17.17 yon back. It is this quality of dependability which
as the general executive head of the shade and small shrubbery. Ten to i
it,. twelve bearing orange trees, pears THOUGHTS'THAT COME ..,. f ,has put. 110,000 cks on the road, and it is this
Can he vote? and other small fruits. Good hunting I
. and fishing, and especially suitedto same quality of dependability which has made
; i .YesY those who come to Florida for the When a man jumps at a conclusion .
Y Can he veto a measure? winter and like the country life with he calls it intuition. every one of those 110,000 Buick users a Buick
; No. easy access to town. J. P. Perkins, ,
I r Common sense teaches us to make booster. ,
Orlando, Fla. General Delivery. I
Why-has he no veto power? t the best of whatever comes to us,
That: there can be. no division of OAK'HILL'is the beautiful sabdivision since {It is necessarily the best that we I M
I The Buick overhead
? responsibility, and that any and every to the Northeast of the city and have for the time. valve motor has. more power
1 act'of the Commissioners must be thatof'the I still have. some choice lots there.Carllenaen. Remember the cocoanut, how it I h per cubic inch of piston displacement than any
majority. looks when its shell is unbroken, and \ '
: Who does the legislating for the WANTED-To rent a four, five or never judge by first appearances. 1 I other type of motor ever belt, It costs us more
city? six-room house for the summer or Did you ever know an under dog' to make it bat costs less
you to run It.
The' to take care of a home for party going
: Commissioners Every resolution to be made happy by the sympathythat
north by a ,resonsible lady. Apply to
I and ordinance shall be passed b Y Sentinel 27.4te he gets?
a yea and nay vote, and must be in: The worst way to waste effort is to ROADSTERS "
writing and signed by- three of th FOR SALE-Pony, saddle, cart and make it ,secure revenge. AND.TOURING GARS, $950 TO $1650, F. 0.-R
Commissioners, ordinances by 'fou harness Wish to make quick sal e. I ORLANDO. Catalogue on Request. '

,I What are the powers of the Com- V. S. Starb ck. 27.1-w I Saliors of the navy are now obliged ... .

t'' nissionen?, FOR SALE-One second hand one- to wear pajamas. They'll be given J
: They have all the powers now exercised cylinder Cadallac fivepassengercar valets next I
', by the Mayor and the Common at a bargain. F. E. Haywood, I
,Council. They \ Church Street Restaurant 28-3t I Cook
may reappoint or Automobile
: Peace rhymes with Greece, but Co.
abolish of the Boards Commissions
any or -
WANTED Old Mirriors '
resnvered'i Greece may have gone out of the A
in the city such as Water, etc. making them u good as new.., New business. I t .
The only exception being the Boardof ones made to order,by the latest improved I poetry II : Orlando Floridausssssswuuuauuuuliuuuunuun
,- Education which is ,not affected b y French process and damp I I ,
x the proof backing put on them. Send I IoataL The men look at the women and the '

c new the 1 actIf Commission abolished:>> any,of .in name, and I and will address call and to take'H.yourMar22lm A.iRoJBt : women look at the mirrors, and it'll,L! '
F. these Boards, how would their dutiesbe order. all good looking.. '-' , ; : :

"performed? _ _._ . .._
By the proper department heads, re- MMHMMHMHMIMIIMt
porting direct to the Commissioner in '
: charge of that particular' division of: LIGHT THE
the city's.business. '

their How duties shall and the powers Boards? distribute MILL END SALE, PATH TO PROSPERITY I

The Board, at the first meeting, designates s
one of its members to head a Merchants
who use Electric Signs never I lose
each of the five departments, as follows -
: their way by choosing the wrong road to suc

,Department of Public Affairs. cess. You simply cannot fail to attract njw|

Department. Revenue and ,Finance. i customers if you use an Electric Sign. It acts

Department of Public Safety. i i like an irresistible magnet, drawing all the

Department of Streets and Public trade within its reach: That is the reason

r' Improvements. THE LAST WEEKWhile they command the attention of buyers.
Department of Parks and PubliProperly. .

The member. chosen. by the Board to -For Every Store Owner

act< as President known I as Mayor, we have not saved the best for the last week of ourMill 'I.
shall be head Director of Public Affairs No matter how small his business, the Elec-

Director and of the Revenue Vice-President and Finance.shall be End Sale, yet .the values we offer you during these remaining tric Sign is the cheapest and most effective

How often will the Board hold advertising.
meetings? few days make the Final Windup the Climax of Bargain Phone for our Sign Designer to call and suo-j

:.They shall hold regular meetings at mit a sketch. *,
least once a week, at a time to be fixed |
? No Trouble Us. No
t by themand- special meeting, upon Giving.OUR to -- Expense to You.
call of,the of Com
Mayor or any two

- .Can the Board hold any closed meetings

: ', No.? All meetings, regular or special WILL APPEAL' TO YOUI I ORNDO WATER[ & LIGHT ,1Cft

: are open to the public. .
Are the Record and Minutes of the COOK WITH GASAoooeoAee6eO
Board open to the public? j L \
Yes.; Any'citizen may have access .. .
Are the financial operations of the
city to remain a closed book under the MEN'S SHOES LADIES SHOESUNDERWEAR SHEETS MillllllHIIIMMIMtlliMIIMIIIIHtilittfModel
Commission Form?
No. The fullest publicity is required '
of all matters of the,Board. ,MEN'S SHIRTSMEN'S DRESS GOODS BED SPREADS Grocery
How shall the public know where .
the '
Commission,expends our money?
,Each month ,the, Commission shall
publish in at least one newspaper, or 18 West Church Street <'
print in a pamphlet, a detailed item:
ized statement of all receipts and ex- FANCY AND STAPLE GROCERIES. NEW |ND

penses, and of a the summary month, and of the furnish I proceedings de To-Day taelolw\ Cm [Liery Day I FRESH '

copies to all applicants.Who We Give Our Personal Attention to Our Cuetoaersud, '\

appoints the officers or em- Guarantee Satisfaction and
Prompt Delivery
ployes of the city? \
The Commission. Give 4Js a Trial .. ,.
S Who can remove any officer'or em- I

;= ploye The from Commission office t ; but, the_ Commission TBE IIAMMDNb & BBNCH COMPANY Subtler Bros., Proprietorsi' I ,

must assign ,a cause'and give a
s.._ public hearing and decide on the sufficiency .
. . . ,
' ..
:, of the "came for removal, be- -- '
: # fore such removal can take place
Who shall set the salary of all officers .. '

,or" employes.of,the city? BW m"BI" TIlE IEWS

:"; The Commissioners And the sal Sentinel Want Ads Pay Advertises.:: : : .,
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,{' : '',. ', ."" .'.>fr "m,4c. ,. -: . WHEN YOU BUYJEWELRY
; siiristperiod"u'1he<;*ia be : monthly:Cewaissi,..or aers:,a IF YO.UWANT TH-E"LT $T l

,t+. ) ?determine; eeft, the salaries IN
{of ills.poliCe ieni which.'are":fixed,by: .>

..Jfto.. .shall preside atthe, meetingsoft '

..The Mayor..Who ', t Money Invested With Us Is '
'shall,Vice-President: ?, 1'. :: ';; :: ',' ,Profitably Spent. ,Give Us the, : x
": .'Jbe director, of the department' of : MON.h SATISFACTION GUARANTEED OR MONEY Opportunity of Being the,Source f
Revenue. and .Finance, and, in, case of, I ; Of Your Supply.,
'a Vacancy in the, office of Mayor he :, REFUNDED. ',
You Cannot
Judge Ue Unless
{. shall perform the duties of that office,+
You See What We Have, and
:Can,an elected officer or appointed We ,are Always Glad To Show
oflker or employe in the,city have an B.l Salomon Orlando.: Yoo., ,

interest: in. any contract, directly or indirectly ., .
; for work or materials for tom ,I i sTeW Yon Cannot Judge Us Unless

any person, firm or corporation,.street .1 II .I, 11111 III I'' IIII, I,' 111111 11111111111111111111111111111111111.1111 K' Make, or Need Anything In Our :
view to be furnished or performed for Line, We Are Sure We Can
My'person, firm corporation, street Please You. If You Don't Need
riiliaygas works, electric light Anything, We Are Just As Glad
\ power plant, heating plant, telegraphlifle : To Have You Come Into Our

or telephone exchange 'within the 1iNK Store.

limits'iNo.. of said city? RA[ TRUST 5' \ ,OUR PROMPT' REPAIR AND WORK ACCUR.IS ;;:- ,

.How can they be punished for this .. .1 ATE, EVERYTHING IS .
offence? '"4' ,, '7 GUARANTEED.Allen .
.Such officer or employe so offend CItbI at s... aM Ue4I d'rsIls $121.....". .
". :J11"\ ;! ". "
ing can'be punished as now provided Respites ever Tferee..iirtersei a MIMieB.
'by'the criminal law or ordinance.

'Can any employe or officer of the, Report of the Condition of Orlando & Co.
city have free transportation? -
No, except firemen policemen in ti : Bank and.Trust ,C&, Condensed
+ '
uniform." r From Report to Comptroller .:

',How does the act affect policemen, .; Feb. 4,1913RESOURCES JEWELERS
firemen, war veterans? :

'This act would not in any way affect i, Loans and Discounts .....139346105 Orlando Florida

,.the term of office of any policeman,, .; Overdtrfts .............. 193X3 ,
fireman, or any employe,. of a police or d I Stocks and Bonds ....... 26,01&S3Real
,fire department,'any war veteran or p}
= : Estate, Furniture and
-any employe now protected by any Fixtures ... .f........ 25,853.44 "
tenure of office act.
:0 1:
v Cash on hand and in Banks 215.084&
Do the public schools come under

the, control of the Commissioners? ; it
The public schools are exempt ': $660,311.18 THE .NBW CASH STORE :
? .Can a Commissioner or subordinate 9.. ABILITIES! ;
officer, elected or appointed, promise I Capital Stock ...........$100,000.00 f;
' for influence to aid Surplus and Undivided ,
position political d
him ? r:.' Profits ... ........... 22, 32J3 .
in his election or appointment
Cor.South and Hughey Sts.
:1 No. : Deposits ... .....f... ... 637,418

Who nominates the Commissioners f. iI WE ,BUY FOR CASH AND SELL FOR CASH. WE 1i
',to be voted for at the election? rb. 1660,311.18We .KEEP OUR EXPENSES
: The voters of the city. I H invite the attention of CAN
f RecallCariwejmowTa tamers and friends to our'statement
.J!. Commissioner, ... .. bef above and wish to assure them that Our Prone No. is
lore. his term expires? ,,, 1 I we appreciate their' patronage and

',Yes. One-or all .may be removed.aTany'time'after'serving'one'yean >" ask for a continuance of same. And an Order will Have Prompt Attention, and will beI I

t'1 Don't forget that our deposits are Delivered to Any Part_of the City.
How? i >
J t,;; ; insured. I
It the; voters are dissatisfied with I !' ..J A cordial invitation is extended to J I D., B. RAYBON, Proprietor ORLANDO, FLA.MllltniltlltMMIIMIIimtllHMMIMIItlMIHHIfr.
the acts of any Commissioned a apeI I visitors in our city to call and open
f cial:"election, is required to be .called J
I OsIM Slates Gtveraaeat,Stale..Cmty BepaAory. an account with vs.
jBfoa petition of 25 per cent of the '.J
voters'of the last'preceeding:election; j '

%At,,thielectioa; ,-th :.Commissipr rj I a.' ;t ,_> - -_- tf._{as' :0::,.,......",..., "-",' iff "* .!OA 'l\ ;' ,. . .. i < f
\'upon whom; the recall is being at-

tempted is a candidate,for, reelectionS :1
i.,*S any .other\candidates' ,for his position :
may appear on the ballot If .
'the Commissioner in, office 'receives .j

.the highest number of ,votes, ; which, ,: 'W.M. SLEMONSOur

V: a"vote of,confidence,'he,retains his The trend of 'Orlando's Growth is -I't
position; if not, any other candidate !
Northeast. Lewter's Addition and
rec' ivingthe'highest number of votes S

'is,elected in his place. Sunshine Park are there. Near by .'J
\ Is there,any.limit to the recall T Our New Stock is Coming In
is Paradise Hill. Let show
Yes. A,Commissioner is subject to : me you ;

; reea11.ona, recall election during his :. .And we will offer to you a Choice Selection of High Class Goods 1
term.' If he succeeds himself at
'. recall election he..is exempt from fur- f f as well as FANCY SILKS, and FINE DRESS GOODS, ',

i:: ther recall during the balance of 'His. HOSIERY SILK LISLE AND COTTON, and the Many Accessories F. A. Lewter
that Women Use. ;, S 1
: Is not this limited recall provision

without value and would it not permit in Week MimiiiHiiMmmmiiiiiMiiiimiMMiiiiMt. l
r' Six Days Every 'tl
'of -
:ttf passage unpopular or even vie- Bargains :
joss ordinances and open the doors
t for graft .by a vindicated Commissioner We carry aU the time a large stock.of SHOES of the best I

, # ? makes and newest styles. KING QUALITY MEN'S SHOES. BRIGHAM. & HILL, I
No, the limited recall provision provides CRADDOCK TERRY'S WOMEN'S SHOES AND CHILD - <

all the moral effect necessary to REN'S SHOES. NONE ,BETTER' ARE SOLD IN THIS

< keep the Commissioners on the lookout MARKET ,NEWSAGENTSs
,,-t and anxious to meet the wishes of SCHLOSS BROS. FINE SUITS FOR MEN at $15.00, $20.
.the:public. $25.00 and $30.00( are. unsurpassed for STYLE ,FIT AND
Orlando Stationery Souvenir and Curio,Store
Also. by the referendum and initi- ;QUALITY. 1
", .,alive the public,,have'' control of all LORD BALTIMORE. BOYS' 'SUITS. WILL BE SURE TO. 22 WEST CHURCH STREET
legialation'and' can always defeat a PLEASE YOU.
.* vicious and 'force an important ordi- f
" i
JBnce to ,a popular vote at;a .special
.. ,election The Commission, under such
: *" ewditiions,' will not turns' deaf earto UNDERTAKER ARMSTRONGThe
: any public ,
, ". :What is'the Initiative? PINe, STREET.

iA plan_by which the.people may
:propose to initiate.Iny ordinances and '
'; wttch requires the board to either TilE H. H. 1'. ,_STRAIGHT 5,5 .I

;". pili,them or submit such ordinances Tfce Fawns Musical Extravaaiza
:* .to the popular vote. For Sale at an Cigar Stores
if the Commissioners refuse to
f'f'S ; pass
:t| laws the citizens: want, what is the -IN- Orlando's Newest Ciga r Made IB Orlando
""r,' remedy? S Havana and Florida WrappersTry : :

";, ,The citizens can present an ordinance FEED One and Be Convinced l'i1'i r T oftl
T.' to Commission, by petition, I 'Toy hap

which, if.:signed by fifteen per cent, HERMAN H. PINDER M'f'g'r
;J;* of the voters at the last election, requires -FOR- I I ;

a special election should the I 212 South Orange

. y ,board fail to pass it in 20 days. .But i I "THE PRODUCTION: BEAUTIFUL1'
" preceding a regular election a peti- T LIVE( STOCKLAUUACII II _.,
."c:: tion of 10 per cent: 'forces,the board I A telegraph line is being constructed -- A,
." to adopt any proposed ordinance with- ,on East ,Hill in Pensacola' by the L J. Mustard, 125 Weil-Known 'People ii the Cast 125WATC1FMIT '
, of Scout No. L The ,
:t: li\tventy'' days 'or- sub it"it t5 the members troop
r4 veten atthe, regular,election. line will soon be completed and then .
: jlf' .the' 'should force'the adoptt the members of that'troop will be keptin
Man. I
:The Grain CdAtIflS .
: with
tien,,of r.ordinances by a 'reluctant touch scout headquarters by
'' : ,Board,,[;could. 'not the Board revoke '0III Street, Phm .18 : this means.

.-1(.rf -"' ,,_. ,them? . . I Lucerne Theatre, April st
f': ':; rNol ,Any 'ordinance proposed by :Tourists are pouring into Califor- Manicure, Pedicure Shampoo,

t"'f :the people by petition,whether adopt- i! nia, expecting to find oranges, and Face and Scalp Manage.
husband, tl
: .i ;|ie4.by ,the Board"or,by vote, of, theY Next, to.,the' injured i they have to accept prunes instead. ;
to find out
jury appears
people cannot. be repealed or amended
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,)Hj ewsept by,a_'.vote'-thVpjwple.' i: the lesat 1 ParlotCover Dickson;& Ilea store
r.t'#:-;, ':;t',., ;> Referenda...,. Men paid alimony in Babylon back let rip Joo 'Prinlilg
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;; Louis C. Massey.. President First Baptist Church

I Rev. H. P. Fitch' of the .Woodward } ,
',T. Pidsa_Wiriow.Bnw4 .,Vies-Pr.. & wars HM* CMhhrSund I
avenue Baptist church of Atlanta -
C llal rb. Ami OvUtr' A.Newell Aia t subset
Ga., will preach both morningand :

evening. ;. .' :' '(, ,
THESTATE Morning service at 11 o'clock. Subject -

"Moses, the Man of God."' i '
: .
Evening service at 7:30. Subject,

"Mountain Peaks in the Life of
si S "
Superintendent.Sunday School at 9:30. Otto Link

. of Orlando Missionary B.On Y.Monday P. U.Society at at 3 6:30.p.will m.,hare the Ladies'a roll "If I ONLY l Y HAD THE[ MONEY"How [(

: call at the home of Mrs. Mosteller at w
411 West Central All visiting
avenue. -
.. many times you have heard and
ladies are cordially invited.
: possibly made that exclamation! and
+' : Methodist

Dr. J. E. Wray, Pastor.
the oldest Bank in Orlando, has had nearly Sunday School at 9:45 a. m.,. Mr.

C. E. Howard, Supt. SAVE ,THAT COUNTSTen '
twenty years of experience of banking in this Preaching by the Pastor. 11. Sub-

: Florida. It offers its services to all wish- ject: "The Psychological Moment."
j section ot
Music, "The Radient Morn" Woodward .cents saved each day for ten years will

ing to transact business with a bank carefully conducted give you a bank account of nearly half a

Epworth League, 6:30, H. A. HoU-
on conservative banking principles.We ner, President. thousand dollars, if your savings are de.

Preaching, 7:30. Subject, "Christian -
.draw,drafts on all parts: of the world and buy Science." posited each month with

Music, "Praise the Lord" Gounod.

M and sell domestic exchange 1 1I I I m.A Prayer Meeting Wednesday, 7:30 p. I r PEOPLES NATIONAL l BANK K I

Our correspondents, with many others, includeI cordial invitation extended to all. .
Visitors, and strangers will receive a

} *the National Park Bank New York;. First National warm welcome. Four per cent interest compounded quar

Bank Philadelphia; Third National Bank Atlanta; Immanuel Baptist Church terly upon Savings Accounts $1 opens an

Merchants, Mechanics National Bank Baltimore; Rev. Bayd,' a prominent Baptist account. Open yours with us today!

minister from Atlanta, Ga., will
Continental & Commercial National Bank, Chicago:
preach at the Grand Theatre Sunday

National ,Bank of Commerce, St. Louis. morning at 11 o'clock. Sunday schoolat

10 o'clock. The supplies for the > ,

next regular quarter have arrived and .
W. FV 4 per eat btenst ea Saves AecewtslllllilililllllllllllllllllHHIMMMIIMIItllll '. ,
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every member,, of the ,Sunday schoolis
k urged to be present to receive

them. Prayer service on Wednesday '\

evening at 7:30 ,at the home of Mr.
Three Parties Yesterday For
I F. N. Boardman. The orchestra Guests Of the Misses Holt i furnish music at the morning ser J .. '.
Rev. And Mrs. Cobb Entertained .I (
vice. The public invited to fell the .
Misses Eggitt, Crawford, Clark and I Somehow the alert eachers of the services. .

Sprague leave today for their home,Cathedral School discovered that -

in Jersey City after a week's delightful Thursday marked the birhday anniversary Unittaian.Rev. .

visit at the home of Misses Mary of Mrs. Cobb and that within Elanor E. Gordon, ministerof

and Grace Holt on North Magnolia a day or two, Mr. Cobb also is to the Unitarian ,Church, returns to

y avenue. They are a quartette of "have a birthday." So they secretly the North on Tuesday, April 1st ORLANDO NINE TO ARRIVE TO. .
and that took possession of the dining NIGHT,
charming and popular girls room I Sunday services will be continued in
they have ,made many friends' in the in Parkhill Hall, and at eight thirty Unity Chapel through April.

city :is evinced by the round of ,en- last evening they escorted the Prin- Rev. Mrs. Douglas, who is a minis- Team Reports in

tertainments given in compliment to cipal and his wife to a prettily ap- ter in the Unitarian CongregationalChurch tie With
them. pointed table, decorated with roses, ing Game
will the first
preach Sundayin
Miss Ethel Robert- where a delicious dinner was served The Orlando
; S Yesterday noon.
I April Mrs Douglas s''a sisterof
hostess' for luncheon Charades were printed on the dainty .: nine will arrive
IOn was a pretty Mrs. L L Robinson, of this city.
a at the Country Club, at which Misses! place cards and the guessing of Miss Gordon expects to return in the 7:30 Coast
Crawford and Clark I' these caused much fun. themselves a
Eggitt, Sprague, November to resume her work in
were the hororees; 'yesterday after- The names inscribed on the cards Orlando. preparation for

noon Miss< Claire Robinson entertained were Reverend R. P. Cobb, Mrs. Cobb, with the

for them with several tablesof Miss Mary Harden, Miss Atkinson, nine at the
Unity Chapel
"Five Hundred," and last evening Miss Rust, Miss Morris, Miss Smith, Ave-! urday. Two
Unity Chapel, corner Central
a farewell card party was given them Miss Catlin, Mis"Edith Robinson, and one at 10 a. m.
and West
nue street. Morning service -
by Mrs. Will Green.A Miss BrommeL p. m., and the
at 11 o'clock. Sermon by Rev.
A number of for home to
young people are pre- Eleanor E. Gordon, "The Glory of
paring to escort the attractive visit- SPECIAL AT THE LUCERNE THE Manager Way
Imperfect" Sunday at
ors to the train this morning, wish- ATRE 10 o'clock. last night that

; ing them a pleasant journey and a best of condition
This will be Miss Gordon's last sermon -
speedy return to Orlando. 3 Reels 3 back the debt of
for the church
present year.
All Star Western Program Today. Terriers when
I "Across the Great Divide Essanay. trip to Orlando.
A gripping Western necessaryt oo
story, por-
Sabbath School at 9:45 a. m. W.
k traying some of the most realistic with interest
R. O'Neal SuperintendentDr.
scenes of early day? life in the wild intend to get
A Delightful Afternoon At
GreycroftThe S. Miles Robinson, Teacher of
feels about it.
wide veranda and pretty lawn west the Men's Bible Class.

:! at'"Greycroft" presented a charming "A Little Hero," Selig. A thril- Preaching by the pastor, Rev. J. The Terriers
ling and sensational drama say about letting
scene yesterday -when over two hundred portray- W. Stagg, D. D., at 11 a. m. and at
people gladly responded to invitations ing daring skill and courage of a 7:30 p. m. with either of '

from Judge and Mrs, T. brave little western boy. Words can- Dr. Jno. Stagg, pastor of the Pres- say about letting
not explain this wonderful It their work out
Picton Warlow for an afternoon at picture. byterian church is expected home this
must be to know all. Coach Vaiden
their pretty home. seen evening and will preach at both ser
"Where the Mountains Meet," Es- double victory in
The guests were greeted on their vices tomorrow.
z arrival by Judge and Mrs. Warlow, sanay. A thrilling western subject.Don't a couple of houre 1

who introduced them miss this excellent program.It paces and when
*, to Mrs. Warlow's Catholic Services Sunday
aunt, Mrs. Frederic Eretsingerand cannot be equalled anywhere in Sunday School at 9 a. m. loose to get out

Mrs. Catiin. Next in the receiving the city. Mass and sermon, 10 a. m. a tired bunch.
Special matinee 3:30 to 5. Fivecents. this afternoon but
line Mrs. Warlow's mother
was Benediction, 7:30 p. m. r"I
be in the best
v ,Mrs. Helen Wright, and with her I
were Mrs. Harry L Beeman and Miss Three night shows. 7 to 10 p. m. AT THE FAVORITE TODAY the games I
Mollie Entire balcony five cents to all. Cooper and
"Fires of Conscience, Reliance. A
I I yesterday and the ; -
The Scruggs' orchestra, hidden big two-reel feature dramatic play. Th
ment of shoots
in a bower of palms the ter- A MYSTERIOUS ENVELOPESome
away on : Breaking of the Bank. :
famed "coat of
jace, played most sweetly during the r "The Daughter of Senior Lopaz,"
afternoon, while the guests gatheredin person was so kind as to American. A Spanish drama enactedin Speed in plenty ( ( (
present with
groups, chatting gaily with each send an envelope through the mailsto California.We .
barrels full.
this office what f
other. Small tables daintily covered containing pur- are showing a number of these

with white, and each bearing a bowl ported to be candy, of a gingery big feature plays. We, thank the t

p of bright-hued nasturtiums were I brown color skeered us. Not knowing people of Orlando for their patronageand 0 . .

placed on the lawn to the east of the whether it was candy, intended to we are encouraged to know they '

1 house. Here'Misses Helen and Grace kill the editorial staffshrddadadadaid are pleased with our pictures.Five .
Warlow aided sweeten the editorial staff, pizen to t' IF
r Y by a number of their I t cents to alLGRAND ,
friends, served delicious ices and, kill the editor, or ginger to brace him

tj cakes, }1 I 4 I|up, we have turned it over to the flies THEATRE Want
j and will watch the effect thereon Want
} Assisting Mrs. Warlow were Mes- as "Importing Cattle Into the United
t'we neither like candy, pizen Want a
dames George R. Newell, J. M. or ginger States," Lubin-topical. Interesting S Want to :

Thayer, G. H. Edwards and 'S. Y. 4 educational picture. ,Want to

Way. "The French Detective," Lubin- '
+ Next to a good looking woman, the drama.
Want to Sell
r: YOUNG PEOPLE WEDA man who is trying to attend to his own "Yankee Doodle Dixie," Selig Want to Sell

: wedding of prominent young business attracts the most favorable comedy. Two minds with ,a' single Wart

people comes to the notice of the attention. thought two hearts that beat.as one. Advertise

Sentinel It is the marriage of Mr. "Love in An Apartment House," Advertising Is ,

Werner Nehrling of Gotha and Miss A Philadelphian wants a divorce Biograph-drama. See how both the ries
Advertising .
Francis Hoffman of Jefferson, Wis. because his wife smokes ten cigarsa i' rich and the poor make love. Advertising ,

They were married on the 26th, and day. If he were a resident of Pitts- S has
are at home to their friends at Gotha burgh, we could understand it bet- ,THE NEWEST THINGS OUTIn Adva>: ,.

< where young Nehling, is in business ter. Cow Boy and Indian Suits. .Boys '
with his father the famous Caladium ,
on Bathing Suits, One and Two Piece i

farm at Gotha. The women will be gretaly surprised Suits. Bathing Shirts and Trunks 25, .,

t Both the bride and groom were students when.they finally learn that nothing 35 and 50c the suit .'

_4 c; of Rollins College and have a goes on at a lodge meeting.A ,J. C. ANNO, :' ,:

host of ,friends who wish them! well II 5t The Boys' Clothier I AD ,

IY k Cleveland man testified that he At : ,

'MOMJT to loan on improve property.t I was paid $3,000 a year to ;do nothing Inspect Sbau&arfef's, stock e* S IN .Til I, : -'f

,, ,.. . &;T. Wif.. Must have been a political job. Bicycle toe* : ". .' ',., '., .' '., I
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