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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:
April 1, 1913
Daily (except Monday)
normalized irregular
Physical Description:
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Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
newspaper ( marcgt )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando
28.533611 x -81.375833 ( Place of Publication )


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

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j! LIKELY Special to the SentinelNew St Petersburg, March 31.Floodsin HIGHWAYS. .: .

NOT York, N. Y., March 31-The Indiana and Ohio have broughtthe
a.w to TbIS eaMLNew Columbus, Ohio, March 31."Ohio A party consisting of Mr. and Mrs.
j funeral service over the body of J. season in St Petersburg to an ,
York March 31.-Closed on Rome, March 31.Three hours and has risen from the floods. Such a C. F. Grannis, Mr. and Mrs. Josiah t
end much
]Pierpont Morgan will, in all probability sooner was expectedand
after what stated to be pitiless blow from nature would have Ferris and Mr. and Mrs. Charles V
account of the death of Pierpont quarter was the
i[ be held in the Cathedral of St. same conditions ,are said to
Morgan! which occurred at noon .toin the- time of the actual death of J. I'John, the Divine.Arrangements wiped out the society and ,destroyed exist all over the State. Large numbers McLain, took a pleasant outing by

.of.note paper pasted on the glass door afternoon. ),.Herbert L Satterlee, time will be settled .by'the' family. our common-wealth greatly refreshedthe their homes in the district affected Land and back. .
'yr.I' i American Leaving Orlando about nine o'clockin
.i trance of the world's greatest finan- Morgan's son-in-law, emerged I The place of interment will probablybe I people stands ready t by the floods and as a result

eial institution at the corner of Broad the Morgan 'suite at Grand Hotel from today to meet the crisis alone. three hotels in St. Petersburg have the morning they proceeded to
Cedar Hill Hartford
cemetery, ,
streets announced his death.I announced that Mr. Morgan wash,) We cannot speak our gratitude to Winter Park, where they made a sho
asd. Wall Connecticut, where his first wife is closed their two weeks earlier '
; was put there at ten o'clock thisPierpont dead. Until this. time, it is safe Co!t buried and where several President Wilson for the Federal aid, than, they expected.. The Huntington stop at Mr. Grannis' magnificent
years ago
not half a dozen persons in Rome to the Red Cross, to the states, municipalities grove on Lake Virginia. Here a' picture
morning say Hotel was to have remained
mausolum in open
he erected a costly .
greeted the the .
knew of the financier's demise. trade organizations and the eye worthy
Morgan, Jr., did not ap- of his father and mother who until April 15, but so many Ohio and
bank the day. All through Mr. Morgan's illness memory i individuals that send funds and sup : brush. Large symetrical treat
pear at, the, i are also buried there. Indiana people have gone back home
'Henry P. Davidson, one of Mr. Mor- there had been efforts on the part of I plies. They will never know their'in spite of warnings that train ser- of rich green foliage, laden with golds

'gaa't partner's made the statement all concerned to, maintain a secrecy.; Takes His Father's Place. contribution to humanity. The situation -f I I vice is all upset that the hotels could fruit lying among banks of raxtf
white blossom
interests in the firm Evidently a preconcerted plan. I so far as food and clothing is so sweetly perfunJel
that Morgan' New York, March .-Pierpont I I not be run profitably and has been ',
bir '
concerned that honey bees and humming
is well
in hand.
After last there
here-to-fore. night' was an un-
will be the same u closed.
Jr. who becomes the
Morgan, now
i I ceasing vigil, through which waiting head of the great banking houses inNew "The legislature recessed for one No mail from the north has reached had assembled for early mass,' ufl
like human visitors had "bt-
week for the lingered
New York, March 31.-The body of reporters were ,informed that Mr. York, Philadelphia, London and purpose of ascertainingthe St Petersburg for the last two
extent of the yond their alloted time in this -ea-
\Morgan will probably be brought back Morgan was resting easily. The first Paris, that were built up by his father damage to public days and the clerks in the local post-
chanted of There '
that the end works that must be repaired legis- temple nature. ant,
to New York on the Olympic, which hint was approachingcame is forty-six years old. In physique, office are having an easy time after in the :
lation. thirty-seven acres grove, sevei
Southampton Wednesday and at daylight when the correspondents the rush of the winter. The mails
leaves he bears a close resemblance to I;
very teen of which in bearing'and: the
"The Red Cross is are *
Satterlee acting in concert
is due to arrive April ninth. saw pacing the his father, intellectually, he also is a {but north of Cincinnati and Louisville four thousand foxes of
fully eor'anges
with the State Relief are
corridors of hotel suite
Morgan's ,
from the East in late.
are coming
reproduction both as to temperamentand
1 which begun the i yet on the trees and one thong ;
and excited.In movement to.. rehabilitate
nervous nothing is moving and mails from
March 3L-J. Pierpont Morgan I doeeed determination.He | no ;
Rome, the homes of the and boxes of grape fruit, and the crop
died answer to questions, Satterlee his father's bank poor. Ohio and Indiana have been received
the American financier, at entered twen- I '
will from t
habilitate the bring anywhere $12,000 *
said thatMr. Morgan's:weakness during of the poor. "here.
o'clock Additional contributions have
twelve noon ty-five after graduatingfrom
lie minutes past years ago
From this
$15,000. same grove several
the night had increased and the "JAMES M. COX, been made to the fund aid the flood
New Yorktime). Harvard in 1889. Several .
try. (6:05 .a m., risen. years "Governor of Ohio. weeks ago Mr. Grannis .. dld--*)
When the death of Mr. Morgan was temperature apparently From later, he married Miss Jane Norton, I sufferers and nearly $200 has been car of wind falls, that brought SfflD '
that time left the sick
many persons contributed here. Four boxes of cloth-
be approaching rapidly, Prof. and was a member of an
seen to grew up DAYTON NEEDS MONEY. per box in Baltimore.. The fruit.fe a
room, but nothing definite was obtained iLsesW I ing and supplies have been shippedout
BastUnelli i.and Dr. Dixon forced Mr. aristocratic New York family.They of such quality that it brings test
from until this after-
and Mrs. Herbert L Satterlee, his anybody have three children, the oldest one to tile Sentinel I to the stricken districts. More prices; and it goes without saying the
when the official bulletin
son-in-law and daughter, and Miss noon wasissued i is now a freshman in Harvard. Dayton, Ohio, March 31.-John I will follow. Mr. Grannis knows how to handle ft
in which the doctors said thaMorgan's t
Helen Hamilton, who had been in contant'attendance death Patterson, chairman of the H.I I grove to get the most out .of it,,sol

$ to leave the room. was only a questionof 1 CIVILIAN POPULATION OF SCUT- relief committee, issued the following GOOD SHOW AT OPERA HOUSE. make the most' of it. t ;'
At eleven
few hours. two
a cousins I
Mr. Morgan;toward the end showed of Morgan's entered the room, bul;J ARI NOT TOI BE PERMIT- statement today regarding conditions!1 I Leaving here the party soon rollel _
that lie was'suffering internally only left their faces ,. TED TO DEPART FROM here: I i The Maddocks-Field players open- into Lucky Sanford and noted maid :"

by movement of his right hand. soon, u.betraying hopelessness "Our committee has now at its dis-:i led a three-nights' engagement the improvements, in that city by way'tC ;1
of his condition.Shortly THE CITY. '
Otherwise he displayed no signs of'vitality posal all the food and clothing necessary -Opera I House last night. The .presentation and
new buildings street
l paving. Tto
I after eleven while the doc- Special:: to the SentineLCettinje
except. by continuous heavy .tors once.more examining the patient March Montenegro to meet the loss of the sufferersof ,I of Preston Gibson's Masterpiece farming ,sections however, did .'. $

breathing:' Dayton. { "The Turning Point," .a play ,
'two ministers of an English church 'will reply in the negative .to. the ,representations present aTrifty'eondition'goingbit
Frequent.bellttins were.issued dur- in Rome, hurriedly'entered' the hotel of the powers, made [ "Money, however, is urgently required -]which was published as a serial story celery avenue for several miles,. om {Ll

'nig' the morning, showing that his and were:immediately admitted to the collectively yesterday, that an envoyof I for putting our city in a condition -I Tin the Saturday Evening Post last either side the road there is evident

was gradually becoming to prevent the outbreak of was well presented by this I
condition seri- year -
sick room. There at the bedside, they powers convey a cipher I of disappointment to the farmer,acre
'worse,- and, by eleven o'clock the read suitable for the occasion to Erzad Pasha, the Turkish ous disease, and to rehabilitate the I company of players. This makes I of decaying cabbages are emitting :,

had given all hope prayers '[ thousands, of whom have lost'the third visit to Orlando and Bach '
physicians up and administered Holy Communion. commander in Scutari, containing the r many < odor as offensive. as Sanford w&ar t. ,.

Mr. Morgan was unable to assimilate Forte's orders to permit th$ civilian -II I| their homes entirely, and all of whom 1 I time they have brought something or county seat oratory makes thrit. '

the';artificial nourishment administered 1 population to depart. This information :-:)i hate lost their household and personal i pew ,in the. .way of ,plays, 'specialties. portion of the trip any thing but delightful
r '. during the morning, which comes from an author' effects. --* ,and costumes. and makes
physical. weakness was extreme. itative source, gives as a reason for "The committee wishes to send out Mr. Norman R. Fields, who beads that they may live elsewhere than om e :

Heart tonics were injected, but Cairo, III, March 81.-The Cairo ,i this that King Nicholas has on three an urgent appeal to the citizens of I the cast., was extremely -good in his t a muckbed. 'i i

,these had no effect, and for several executive flood committee last night occasions offered to allow the consuls the United States for the necessary difficult part The show in general Enterprise, on Late."Mcmroe;'wa ?

,hours before .his death he was in a ent an ,appeal to President Wilson and all the foreigners to leave the funds. All contributions should be,t was well received and crowded: houses surprise to the party. With its mar"

state ,of coma, unable to, respond to asking for aid for Cairo and towns city, but each time the commanderof sent direct to W. F. Bippus, who has I will be the result for the balance of beautiful homes, substantial busin .''f

easy questions or to"Recognize any of 11 iearby.* The message was as fol- the town rejected the suggestion.How been appointed treasurer of the reliei the engagement houses and thrifty groves a very cre :

those at his .bedside/V 'ows: Adrianople Fell committee. Mr. Bippus will send receipts . Special mentioning deserve the: itable appearance it made. j

One of nis relatives, Mrs.' Fib "The worst flood ever known in the I Paris, March 31.-A correspondent for all monies received." gowns worn by the ladies in the last Orange_ City Junction_ .. gel 3
C Ohio
simmons, wife 'of the Rev. Fitzsim- valley and Mississippi valleys ofthe Journal sends an account of the act. Miss Mary Daniel, the leading to the village, back from. the taUrda.,.
:mona, arrived from Cannes, and was now expected. All previous high storming of Adrianople in a dispatch CONDITIONS AT MEMPHIS I lady, wore a white satin princess, is a very pretty little village nestle

.shown into: the death chamber, but 1 water records at Cairo south may be draped with pale blue chiffon; Miss
dated beautiful orange
Adrianople March 28. He grovel
,says among .
1 broken in few
her remained unknown to a days. We are making Special to the Sentinel I Louise black,
,, presence the collapse, after a fortyeighthourassault Taylor, a spangle net, making a very attractive place.

,, the dying man.v I every effort in our power to take of the fortress which had resisted Memphis, Tenn., March 3L-.A trimmed in cut jat, while Miss Henri Then over splendid shell roads into f

;..? Besides the four trained nurses in 'rare of the local situation, but the the efforts of, the besiegers for stage of thirty-six feet was registeredon etta Mills wore a gold crystal dress, DeLand, with its rich homes, splendid

attendance, Miss Helen Hamilton was 1 river communities near us should have five months, si soon explained. When the local guage of the Mississippiriver i which is the latest creation in stage college buildings and beautiful'cam. ,

of great assistance to the three physi :assistance. Boats, sacks, food and at 7 o'clock today, a rise of gowns. This dress has an actual
the allies within the invited many ff
got lines the pus, exclamations
ciansProf. Bastianelli DrI I other supplies are needed. May we eight-tenths of foot in the
Giuseppe ."terrible" forts which were supposed a past weight of forty pounds and is madeof admiration and deserving too.
M. Allen Starr and Dr. George A. nothave the help of your great office: : twenty-four hours. nothing but glass. 1t
for this'distrieU"Al'iOTHER to have thick walls of concrete, turnedout Stakes bearing numbers and extending -
Dixon. Rivermen in this vicinity are hold- will be "The Call -
Tonight's offering
to be more or less imaginary.The well out into the, country m .,,
During the morning George Post so-called "indestructible" Aivas ing to their predictions made several of the Woods," which is said to be each directi.on, indiciated that DeLaa .;

Wheeler of the American REAL ESTATE DEAL days that a stage of fortyfivefeet better than the Point1 i
secretary ; 'Tabieh, the key of the defense, was ago even "Turning too, had attempted to swell its pop.
,embassy, called to make inquiries on or more will be attained at
really only of brick construction. lation by means of lot sales. But ft :
behalf of the American ambassador,, Mr. Walter Drennen has purchasedthe Memphis before the crest of the flood
During the siege, Shukri Pasha had OFF FOR THE SEASON.. must be said that DeLand is one'tf :1
Thomas O'Brien and told that birck business building has passed south.
now occu-
the neatest cleanest little cities it
more heavy guns than the investing ,,A. ,_
had and that pied by the Drennen-Lattner Major Markham, of the local United : i
Mr. Morgan collapsed, Piano i :;
armies, and by moving them, was able I Mr. A. W. Cary and family, leave Florida. .l
.his condition had been rendered worse Company from E. H. McNeil and J.+ to crush the fire on the side attacked. States engineers, says everything is i today, for their home in Glens Falls,,I The homeward journey had to to ; .;1 h
: W. Jackson. in good shape from Memphis to Hick- ;
by increasing deafness.. :
1 N. Y. There will be .about twenty- made by daylight owing to a lost

From his arrival in Rome, Mr. : Mr. Drennen is one of the success-i PANAMA CANAL SLIDES. man.Late eight others leave at the same time. stretch of bad road near the river, b* t

.- and ,,!In. Herbert L Satterlee had ful orange growers of Orange county,! reports from Beulah, Miss., A special Pennsylvania steel coach the entire trip was made without a ,.

feared a mistake had been made in being one of the men who knows how' where great damage was done in 1912 '
will them from Orlando via the and that E
Panama, March 31.The largest carry mishap was so;pleasant,
bringing Mr. Morgan to Rome, in- to handle both grove and fruit so as : by the breaking of the levee say the rifo
be is
excavation from a single slide in one Seaboard Air Line to Jacksonville, might properly styled a joy
stead of taking him direct to London, to make money out of orange culture. i i day since the commencement of the new embankment is holding well, and thence direct to Glens Falls. Mr.
,where his The Drennen-Lattner ; I the engineers are hopeful of being
he would have been in own Piano Co. is 1
and several
canal operations was made Friday Cary has sold very KEYSTONE HAS NEW LANDLADY.
hoilse, initead of a noisy hotel, and one of the largest music houses' '' i able to meet the situation.
when nice this winter and
ten thousand ,cubic yards were bungalows expects
they thought too, that the climate of Florida and if there is a man in Flor That popular private hotel, knows: ,
removed from the Cucaracha slide by to come back next winter and
Rome was too 'mild and enervatingfor ida who is a judge of musical instruments five steam shovels. DIVERSITY OF OPINION. build more houses as he finds it pleasant as the Keystone, has a new Jand'la$&

him in'his condition of ill health. it is Walter Drennen. He loves!I I l and who is now in possession of the boussi
The movement of the slide continues profitable employment They
Cable 'dispatches 'from America, music. He is musician of more than There seems to be a diversity of: t swell their Mrs. H. B. Myers, owner of'th
but the removal of the dirt expect to partyb: fifty
:. GreatBritsflland otheVparts of the ordinary ability and as such feels a''(is progressing 'favorably. opinion as to the condition of the next fall house, who has; conducted it so suc-4

.world, poureq in all day, making anxious deep interest in musical instruments,I orange bloom, since the heavy rains I I cessfully for a number of years,'hai

'.: inquiries; and expressing the and engages in the business more I DEATH OF MRS. C. a THORNTON. many believing that, the pollen 'waS I leased. it to Mrs.Ethel McMakin/of. F

affection in which Mr. Morgan was from that love than for profit destroyed and blossom knocked off:1 CATHOLIC BAZAAR Gainesville, wfuPcoines highly reco-
everywhere ."$ The Drennen-Lattner han- has : |mended I and who will have charged
t Company !: The remains. : of Mrs. C. B. Thorn- The.editor ;,visited several. grovesin ,_
dle more pianos and piano Remember tie bazaar to be held the house,at least for one
players, undoubtedly -'ton, who died in St. Petersburg yes- company with the proprietors, and I I year. fThe
SHANTY.One than other I |this week by the ladies of the Catholic Keystone under; the 1tln4' -
any one music in all the conditions
FOUND. DEAD IN I terday, reached Orlando on the mid- groves, were .
huose in the:state.EARTHQUAKE. I night train accompanied by Mr.. found favorable for a good crop every I I,I Church' in the, 'old Hyer building"corner ment of Mrs. Myers1 has been one-'of 3

I indication being that the fruit was' of Orange and Central avenues. the most. popular private Tiotels >m
: residing Thornton and i
day last week, people_ son.The
Thursday Friday and, Saturday, 3rd and has enjoyed. splenfii
REGISTERED setting nicely.TURPENTINE. : Orlando a
in the'vicinity $, Orange Center, body was taken in charge by /
4th and be
5tkof April Therew.ill from the best class of'pea'
found' an old'man who had been re- Washington, D. C., March 31.-An Undertaker Hand and carried to.his patronage
for assortment.of needlework; who from the "north
;: siding-alone m a shanty for several earthquake of unusual intensity was [i parlors on Pine street, :where it now OPENING. pie,. come rwafter'
delicious meals for which the ladies
) Florida
year to enjoy sunshte
*:years, 'dead in?his bed and indications registered last night on the seism lies. The funeral will be held sometime '

t were hVWd .been dead three :graph Georgetown University. The today, Savannah, Gay March.3L Tujpen-. I are ftoW' ,1,ke. cream ,and cake;H and* and Orlando hospitality..> ;\ .

i rfeor I :Cctte/iefiJBy yourself; and ;Delia know that.IInMyerl1ri11'a. .
fafd'did not mingle with, men much, although the.quakes lasted from 11:01 i number of years and many friends : sales 0 ; receipts 563. 'Sca't,.: <. n J: ,,6 to

i'sod his shanty being In rather-'a retired -! to. 12:30 ,this morning. The disturbances :-' will regret to hear U of her death., Quotef B/5.10,, @5.20j Eufc2e; *@ good J ca' we< >>,.. tune ;to Orlando nexf.winter.and eft- 1 y,.

(' .nook, in the woods,, he was nomisiedfoi' apparently was between 6,000 .. 5H; 'F. 555. $ 6.21'At5Gb.90.. .. ..i '.. \I joy, :a welhdeeeryed.seanonof': : rest

,; several days.: His body and '1,090.W es from Washington. WEATHER. REPORT. 5.3734;:.H, ::5:40Ji6..ifIU6t X;. _.Laarance, ,. ;.Real. -._ .we".lIeauT. .." I.oio. .j. _

*was takento.:, Orange Center and Florida' Generally ,fair Tuesday &25:;,:M,:,W;' N j'.7JetVG'J.4; : ; Rtttali" -","_Cmrtk*. :ft (Weal,.,.ntxt f H.J -, ''FBarlaPtmrgdre.' box bs St+itiesiW .

:.buried. ,:We+.d 4 not.learn_ his name.! Patt'OnIU'SUnel' advertiien. and Pedneedi : Y'Yl"1.' .-. :4 ',:.... .;"' w 15 i. Cwtis. ft O'Neal. M'.L '.... ;..' '

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-f''COMMISSION GoyRRNMENt, Within "the next few #weeks the I The boat raees are now'on at Pass- I 1\0< '- _ J
.* 'f .- ."'- SeaiaolV Rubber.Coafany'expects,tc; ..a- ri1l and furnishing :amusement}j'
Bfideaej Seperceto.PotitUt gin:operations in:J"'nm..1rith' to a'large crowd ofspectators.:
and Vtrieoa Reform*. RreJ force of.over,five hundred men., Th.I _,:. I ficentShowing tof
J' Be*,Set Afoot J'Securing propertys where the old tannery was About two hundred and fifty acres i t-
Efficient Administrationvder located has been purchased by thtew : of land in and around'BrooksrUle will
'.the Commission Plan" is the _company and will be used as th! 'be used this season for the growing of
tfe of an exhaustive article by Mayor automobile tire factory. tomatoes. New
Dederick W. Donnelly in the Hay issi. '4_' ,.n..t..f Spring Suits i
:,.of "The,Annals of the American -;
:Academy of,Political i and Social \t.
ftfcnce of Philadelphia and ,an inyAtion -
: ,to',con Dute''to."its columns and Dresses
ft telly's esteemed presentation a high honor.of the Mayor arguments Don- O ORLNDO HIND n LLUNDRY U \

fcr commissions government is clear I
forcible. andcovers that side of
ite question with'great fullness. He 11 East Pine Street ASSORTMENT OF
: i SILKS'AND' ,
.jeni >with at general sketch of the I SATINS, ALL COLORS, DRESS GOODS
lEstory of the'movement for civic re- I IN ALL THE LATEST, PATTERNS FOR OLD AND .'
inn which began in the City of Gal- Reasona Guarantee / YOUNG. WHTTfe CANVAS SHOES. THE DISPLAY t
: ikston after the disastrous flood of Prices aiiOi CONTAINS ACCURATE: ILLUSTRATIONS OF THE. A
900 and soon*spread to Des Moines, \
$sra'and other'municipalities in the
Test and South. The,fact that in the Family Washing a Specialty. Personal I WORTHY THE ATTENTION OF EVERY ORLANDO

fcftt..six years,:186 cities, representing Supervision of all Work. I WOMAN. CALL IN AND ACQUAINT YOURSELF
8._states, have adopted commission I WITH THE HIGH CHARACTER'OF OUR GARMENTS
government:is recited, those cities AND THE REASONABLE PRICES.,,
'laoging in population from 4,000 to J. Ea.ylarlan ;

r 0,000. The contention is that' thevglan II.. .. ,
of city rule which was good fifty
sears ago, 'cannot 'grapple with theswer Phone 195 :

:. problems'the important of the day.characteristics The May-; "; :,, Earner's New York I'

commission government as follows: GIVE US A TRIAL !Ih'
(1) The placing of the municipal

joverning I authority in a small body!I ..: ', I ., ..i ,; : StoreIf '
.. *men; (2) Their election at large!I Bargain 'I
instead of by wards; (3) The power to : .. i ,
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; ;tvercise administrative and legislative I IMtlllMMIililtlllillltlMilMtlMlillHIIMIiilH
''tractions and the privilege of appointment ; CHAS. LORD J. N. BRAD HA,,,'' : You Would be Posted be a Daily Visitor to this Store
< by the board: ((4)) The placing of Ieach i: I
-commissioner in charge of a de : I
'*.department and making him responsible -I!' Lord & Bradshaw I
to the people for its proper I: : Ten percent off. on all linen and IIIIIIIIIII.IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII.\.IIIIIII' II
a 'vd intelligent management; ( t We. wish to announce to our friends, and the public generally, I Lace at Hamilton Dunn's. 11 r
""- and efficient I 1913 lv odels i
lonest government I
I that we have formed a partnership under the .
"- '*rough the medium of the initiative,
referendum and the recall. The ,intrinsic above firm name,'for a general -
'value of commission government ,
: really rests: on these cardinal Real Estate and Insurance CONTRACTOR AND
principles. BUILDER.
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Superintend AD Work.
rm-n busines. and are centrally located in a ground floor office at No.
',. The walls of the old court house Prices That Are an *
,'i Madison have been torn down and I 17 S. Orange Avenue, (formerly occupied by Hamilton & Dunn Inducement.

..rdebris rapidly being moved 6?. Millinery), where we will be pleased to meet all our old friends AH 'Work-'Guaranteed.iMHlllliillllliiliiiiiil.
'-,k a fet.weeks th3 ground will 'j? !: -
and to make'ne" ones. .
condition to begin work on the new MOTOCYLiES
.n house.
Our list'of city and acreage property is surpassed by none, Four H. P. Models 200.00
He Methodists in Sarasota I H. Models .
are Seven P.' $250.00
and we havefome exceptional bargains. COME AND SEE Us : ; ELIJAH HAND !
fanning to build a $15,000 church. ,
ate: structure will be of brick Au; Funeral Director
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stone and will occupy the site of the aid Embalmer' .
'',.yesent id. building wooden.will church,le mowed building....;L The. ;:\ 17 -S." 0RAWE AVE. ORLAN&0,. FLA.tnmiHIIillMMMIIMMMMIIIMIHIHMMIIIMII. : >i Hind Block, Pine :St. Phone 55 I\ ORLANDO, FLA.' Agent for Orange County

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'tJIr.JDOck.' of St..Cloud,WM \ NEW OPPORTUNITY. .
:Mr. and .Mrs.' J.: H. Tic left for t
,, tMir Warner home in New Jersey' APPRECIATIVE OF THE VERY '
Jfenday,, after spending the'winter Trenton 'streetstwo'Dew' and up-to-date and modem 4 :
)see: They.will stop oain.Kentuckyaid bangalows and a corner lot near Lake. Dot will .be sold Vest.. WE ARE SPECIALISTS IN !
before, together or separate at prices too low to mention here.
other reachingtheir .
places ke Creaa f rj .
1 Prices and also my reason for selling will be given upon j
destination *
.7. H. .Tompkins was an Orlando MADE inspection of premises.. Cash or Terms. Fine opportunity Electrical Wireing and Motor Work ',
for investment.. If not sold before May 1st, will be rented.
hopper;H/Nefcon' Saturday.,B.'K. Harriman, Mr ; ke "ct. CLARENCE p SMITH NEWEU .ELECTRICAL COMPANY ..
C H., Hartley and Edward, Miss '
Frances.Dennis and J. H.,Estes were FROM i ARCADE BUILDING { I
Orkndo business callers Tuesday.: \ CHURCH ST. !:
'Mrs.. .C J. Holdorf'ofWinter; Park, r ke. Creia I A pin is ordinarily a very small j PHONE 280TheBestistheCheapest 3 y
aide a business trip"'to"Taft TuesMrs. : REAL thing, but when it sticks in your tire
it amounts to a good deal Vulco- {
..4. .John HOI and daughter,Mabel, ke Crew Fiberine will'top pin or nail punctures Oscar HandSon I
I instantly and prevent leaks. See I
Orlando shoppers Thursday.
#." it demonstrated at the Hyer Stable, & I II 1
Misses Ola Murphy, Frances.Ellison CREAM t
VivianMartin Boggy corner Orange and Central evenues..
and were ,
Successors to & Hand
Creek callers Sunday. ke Cream 1 1i s.
){r. and Mrs. Bay Graves and ,DID, YOU BUY? i
daughter, Gladys, left Monday for I overheard a prominent hardware -- fir*" ,. ,
their home at Clyde,0.;after dealer say this morning to a promi-- PLETE HOUSE FUR ; ';'- SO GET THE BEST OF r .
summer Ice CreamYOU nent citizen T>f Orlando, I could have NISHINGS ,
spending the winter here. bought land" at $2.50 and $5.00 but I 1 ,
*E. C. Green, of Fort Wayne, Ind., did not do it, I Paints and Wall :
was 1- at Sand Lake and Taft Fri-| I At,the time he referred to I sold COME IN AND SEE US Paper } ,
ke CreamEVER for an Orlando man several hundred
day.Mr. acres of land in Orange county for I
and Mrs. H. M. Hull, of Richfield $LOO per acre, the same land is now I THE 1912 WALL PAPER IN SAMPLES i
N. Y., were in Taft and Sand sold in 10 and twenty acre tracts for
$30.00 per acre, and is cheap at this ,
Lake: Friday. lee Cream price.. MllllillMMIIIIMMMtTHE TO SHOW THEM. ALL YOU HAVE TO ; ,
R. C. an cream
W gave : What were the Orlando people buyIng -
social at the Nelson House Friday TASTED at that time?. Gold mining stock.II DO IS TO 'TELEPHONE AND I WILL
evening. The social was well attended if you had bought land yoo could BRING THE SAMPLE TO YOUR HOME. .
:and all had a good time. ke CreamAT figure ago your your profit profit You on knew the mining sometime I ONE CIGAR THAT .

stock, without having to figure on it. "..tJ'" *r
If't you have not yet bought some GEO. A. BARKER ."' PHONE 268 '
Mrs.., M. C. Whitmore, the oldest Orlando 'or'Orange county property, EVERYBODY LIKES t tI
resident in Middleburg, .died a few there is still opportunities for large
'''fa'ago. She was born in Fleming- Co1 profits, and I can show TOO.I -
toil, then in Alachua> county, Florida, e ne 1 make can you sell money you something but your gold that mining will- -
itf the year 1823. Mrs. Whitmore'sdeath stock will not buy it
t removes one of,the old landmarks Call and see me. HAWLEY'SSTRAIGHTS .
of that county. Quick: Delivery < CARL JANSEN, : ;
,. Watkins Building, Office over Avenue Dickson, Orlando&; ,Ives Fla., Orange

The strawberry growers of Law- Phone. 2' ; The banks and the business men of
Orlando know me, if do not, ask
ttf an after the Seaboard:Air Line you t .'
&riIroad'Co.,for alleging failure to MllilllMMMIillMilllThe Get the best cigar at five
deliver shipments promptly, and they cents, the next time you 10 cent off all
for bicycles and on -
want to
assert that by reason of delays grower Chicago, Milwaukee and St. sundries. smoke-judge for s
have lost My 186,000,. The matter Paul,'the Atchison, Topeka and Santa yourself. 'r
Linens and Laces
:the hands of the railroad
II now I in Fe, the New York Central and the WANTED-Clean rags at this office. .
commistion. I Chicago and Northwestern roads have .., ,
ordered $48,000,000 worth of cars and Made in Orlando and sold .j -
Buffalo plans the erection of statuesof equipment for 1913 delivery. by all dealers. '
Grover Cleveland. and Milliard : FRANK HTERS,
Ffllmore. The restaurant privilege in Grand Manufacturer of Artificial
Central Station, New York, is valuedat Stone, Fancy Columns and HllliMIIIMimilMMMShannibarger 1-' :;;
Send us your next order for job Ornamental Work Agents for Barclay Corsets I
$1,000,000 a year.WANTEDClean I I ,,
.printing and you will_ be surprisedat
the quality Net how'cheap, but :. Livingston- and Railroad for bicycles and i
how..Md... rags at this office.S sundries. :


I r The important question of Furniture. You'll readily admit that you

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

to us we will see that you get it.

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buy at Kincaid .& Snow-

what we all want for our

den is because they get an honestdollar's "
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You here. We
get one carry
every dollar [they spend, they
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are given a square deal 1 No'

than any other two furniture,
false reckless advertising '
promises no
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$ Outtrust 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 reliance

Without this trust modern business could not 1>e conducted Our trust is yours for, the asking.

\ Now is the time, to ask. for it. Your credit is good; This big building is packed; with Furmtureian

stoves. of every description\, *

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South, Florida ,Sentinel The line of people-at Estes' yester- ..
HOBNING AND) WIKLTSUB8OUPTION Much discussion is being indulgedin day morning waiting for the' Fi Fi

by citizens as to the salary councilmen seat board to'open was a record breaker. ,
KATMl _and mayor should draw under .
,-' commission government. ;Opinions ,
'verying from to $2,000. Mr. G. W. Crawford of Conway one
_,year ...!'......!?........|5.00 $750 '
A careful analysis of the situationwill of the substantial pioneer citizens of "Two
g, Months ................... 2.50ties
convince us all, all that the com- Orange county was in Orlando yester- Beauties"i; .
Months ...,..:........... 1.25
1 mittee struck a happy medium. $750is day.

-By ne;i carrier in OrUndo. CO cents per : too little and $2,000 is too much.
.mth,' Daily: wd Sunday. Not a half dozen men in ,the city get The Twentieth, Century Club will

The Orlando Morning Sentinel can be found better than $1500 where they put in meet with Mrs. A. G. Kollock on Concord The one deserves the other. You'll

'. JIlt in Orlando,at Coritt 4 O'Nea1'11ook all their time at responsible, positionsThe avenue on Wednesday afternoonat

.. Vie ore. will appreciate prompt complaint if employ banks the best and men railroad to be companies had and I. o'clock. satisfy one and she'll be satisfied

i ilivery U not properly made by oar carriers.Adevrtislnf conduct their business the best of any Mr. G. 0. Rulison, who has spent

' rate wfll be furnished on ap- institutions in the land and the sala- the winter at the Arcade, will leave with the other if buy that soli-

JltaUoD. ries fixed by the committee will com- Thursday on the A. C. L, for his you

THE WEEKLY SENTINEL with the of these home in Ilion, New York.
:f ; Jtr'year by mail postage paid .....Florida..11.00 pare institutions in this city.It taire at Evans. Small stones large
dress THE SENTINEL Orlando Mr. and Mrs. A. P. Hanselman of ,
will be for the to
Offlce 107 Court Street Arcade Building necessary .
Phone 14 keep employed a competent engineer, Detroit, Michigan, are journying stones all at comparatively small
and he is the important man so far northward and stopped off in Orlandofor

J. F. SCHUMANN. MUrJOSUH as streets, sidewalks and sewer is a few days and express themselvesas
FERNS P prieter. prices. Get the of her
"'- concerned. The mayor's salary of highly pleased with the city. measure

TUESDAY, APRIL 1, 1913. $1500 will secure a good man
afford to in all An incipient blaze at Grey Lynn on
who can put finger then come here for fair and
This is all fools day. And all the&pls of his time at the office and Robinson avenue last night called out

are not dead. $1250 will secure good men who the fire department, but the fire was

o can put in most of their time.It extinguished before the departmentgot square dealing.T.H.Evans .

Even the dramatic critic says all is a mistaken idea that men work- there. No serious damage was

le; wants is a fair show. ing for the public must draw larger done.

o salaries than in other employment.
-y; The world may go round, but lots Large salaries are as a rule a temp- Mr. W. D. Rogers drove Mrs. Chess

sQ Vus never get our share., tation to professional politicians, and and family over to Daytona Sunday,

S 0- work injury to the public. It is a where they will remain for a brief

Children and, consciences should noticeable fact that there is no dirthof sojourn. Mr. D. D. Rogers came back

'speak only when spoken to. candidates ,for the, various officesin with him and from here proceeded to

t 0 Florida at present salaries, and Gainesville Monday. the Jeweler

Life has its shadows and they are there can be but little excuse for
Subject of the sermon of the'special ,
Mostly of our own making.One raising them. The Sentinel believes
meeting tonight at the Baptist church
o that as competent, and honest men I ..
One girl's long suit is having a can be found in Orlando to administer is "Jacob and ,the Angel. Considerable OPPOSITE POST OFFICE

short suit for the seaside. the affairs of the city as any interest was manifest at the
meeting last night and there is every
o where in the United States and it will
r Even"in politics a boom may be. not be necessary to import in ex- promise of a successful meeting.

, nothing more than a big noise. perts, who in many cases prove an
Theatre and box parties have been
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0 expensive luxury. Elect a mayor and
Even the self-made man, when he two honest, industrious councilmen, arranged to witness the "Fi-Fi" per-

aarries, is apt to be made over. who are willing to work instead of formance tonight Indications are that
"society" will turn out enmasse to ap-
!P i -U hiring thing done and Orlando
S Memory, the daughter of attention, will not need any high salaried ex plaud the efforts of the younger set SILKSTOCKINGS1&For
who take in the musical.Mr. .
of part big
&,the teeming mother knowledge. perts.If .

-Tupper. the citizens will just get together
S o without distrust, and back up pres- G. A. Statler, of Cincinnati,

You are not expected to pick upNie ent movements, the greater Orlando is in the city, and said that he had

pocket books you find lying onto will be evolved.COMMISSION. a curiosity to see the Arcade hotel,
sidewalk today. as he had heard so many tourists pas-
sing through Cincinnati speak of the
a waste of money for a ,man Arcade in Orlando. Mr. Statler is a

gamed Smith to have engraved onIfa friends of the commission char- business man in his home city.

r handle of his umbrella. ter (have lost out, the city Jectorateha and

o e expressed their will. Dekran A. Achadourian, who came

West Florida has a large delegation The will of. the people snail rule i to Florida about a year ago from Con-
vt, citizens in readiness to march on&e is a principle that The Register ad stantinople, will enter Rollins College i iI EveningWear

state,_capital at ,the .sound of the hered to, with, much ',emphasis when I today. This young man of long name

S tfrumpet.President. the commission form was under con, is a well educated young man and

$ --0-- sideration. It insisted that the document is 'a friend of our townsmen, the!
j Wilson has made clear to must have that provision incorporated Balarians.
'Congress his ideas of a tariff. Now therein.

-: ft is up ta the lobby to make known The clause was wise. The wishesof I The second theater rehe sal was

r' *eir views.It the community are made so plain I held yesterday afternoon for the

o that all can see and govern them. musical Fantasy "Fi Fi." It proved

looks like tiie Standard Oil banks selves accordingly.It that Orlando has some ,good talent Our Personal-Guarantee

} were going to try to hold up China is up to that part of the citizenry and can stage something in the form

rj single handed since Uncle Sam refused who were defeated to accept the of an amateur play that rivals the Pair

fe lend assistance. situation gracefully just as ,the yto best traveling organizationS: Accompanies Every

'\ -o would have expected the victors :, -
In mentioning important legislation have done if they had been' defeated
: Miss Helen Telford, who has been
our exchanges, it is very noticeable shouldn't it be
8y And why so? Th
visiting her cousin, Miss Susie Ma-
that the number that metion minority can live under the rule oi r Marion B. I
gruder, left today for her home in yes
:; ounty division as of any impartance' the majority; that js the beauty anc:I Gainesville, Ga. She is a very at- .
see very few., essence of our form of governmentIf .
tractive young lady, who has made
i 0 the majority misbehave it is subject .
many warm who will hope to .
The old fashioned spelling bee is to being made the minority. Al
td see her back next winter and each
'fcing.revived in Chicago, ,and if a least it is that way in theory and woul I succeeding winter. EXCLUSIVE MILLINERY PARLORS
4 wave of old-fashioned spelling beesiould be so in practice if the people them

sweep Across the country it selves did their duty. Of course i i f
Mr. W. G. Keen of Fruit
would do the'cou try good. they neglect it they have only them-
o selves to blame.In Ga., is in the city on business. Mr. Second FloorMr.
Keen comes from the peach belt of
At one of the County Clubs in Mas- writing the above The Registei r
i Georgia, and when asked by a Sen-
k mchusetts last week, a horse show is not unmindful of the strides the t
tinel representative to what extent
'was held. A great many people attended commission form of government for
{ the peach had been injured, 're-
but mainly in six-cylindar ma- municipalities has made within the
plied that he had a letter from his Frank Shuman, of Philadelphia,
times, rather than behind trotters.o past decade, and it firmly believesit MMMMIIMHIMItlMimMIMMMItllMMimillH
wife saying that the damage Was considerable who a few years ago invented a sun
5 o is but a near before the city
cry but that the exact extent engine which was placed in operationin
Braxton Beecham's proposed will undergo the change. There is Arizona and Harrington Adams Presents The Famous
was yet unknown. > the sunny districts of
roads bond issue is favor- that will make the j :
: food being only one thing has Musical
t used for pumping purposes, just Extravaganza
ably commented on by many state change remote, and that is for Wheeling -
The completion of the new fifteen completed another and more power- '
xx japers and the state legislature noIubt i under the old charter to be gov- story Heard Bank building and the ful engine which will be sent to Egypt

will make that a subject fortfee erned in the most economic and efficient opening of the the Heard Bank, marks and used for pumping purposes in I
n nor IK i
consideration of a special committee manner. The more inefficientit [I [ SHOP
is the shorter will be the period the a new banking era in business business in building Florida. The and the The hot engine arid gathers regions the of heat that country'l+

when the people will rise in their
j .0 up
Metropolis of Florida is moving upona sun's rays and generates power.
If the California biologist who is might and overwhelm it-Wheeling I
level with
Register, W. Va.
tempting produce a breed of mice north. We notice among the name
striped like the zebra succeeds in Bur- Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Howard who
of the directors the names of W. H.,
linking the rodents the family cat An eastern actress' who admitted owns beautiful home on West street,
Reynolds and M. 0. Overstreet of Or-
'ia Till shortly climb on the water wagon.! that she got married "just to kill lando. and who are prominent winter resi- L THEATRE f TUESDAYAPRIL f 1

: > -New York Sun. time" now finds that getting a divorce dents leave for their home in Boston ,

0 also helps to kill time. Mass., today. Mr. and Mrs. Howard
The remains of Jerome Palmer were! are who make better for
A gentleman who drives over considerable o ,

portions of Orange county The New York Appellate Court sent night,to for Ottoman burial., Virginia The funeral Sunda was: their and their having lived friends in the in community Orlando I 125 Well-Known People in Ik Cast 125

sports the acreage of corn planted, as seems to doubt whether the Raines held in the Presbyterian Church Sunday ., many
1 will look forward with pleasure to I
being double that of former law
any year, sandwich is really food. If the, afternoon. The bearers
I pall were! their return to this city next fall The
and that it is
looking fine. court had
o--_. it could the pass courage on the to point try eatingone with T.L. H.BeemanJJudge Evans, C, S. Martin Van Houten, Charle, H:, weekly Sentinel will go to ,their Bos-; You Have Heard About It !

ton home each week.
k In a public address at Lowell theN certainty.It Lartigue and Clark Robertson. Thusis 1 Now See It!

her day, the Hon Samuel L Powers o removed from Orlando, one who has: I

k declared that ex-Speaker Cannon "is is said that the crackers up long been a familiar figure, and high Mr. A..B. Johnson, manager of the I I
the most religious roan I ever saw." around Tallahassee have grown an ly respectedMr. : Orange County,Citrus Exchange, says General Admission 50c;

Iven enthusiastic admirers of Uncle unusually large crop of turnip greens, that there is at this time promise of I'

', Joe's piety were scarcely prepared for and the merchants are brushing the and Mrs. Harrington Adams: a large crop of oranges in Orange COLORED BALCONY, 25c. ,
i .-Kansas City Journal dust off the grit boxes, in anticipationof who both have relatives in the flood. county for this fall Mr. Johnson I

o the coming of the law makers. district of Ohio, received a telegram: says that it is only a question a Reserved Seats 75c. and $100. On sale at Estes' Drug ,

"Nothing succeeds like success" is o yesterday stating that the people i n I I few years until Florida will market | Store, Monday after 9 am.
vie of the most used sayings of 'to- The first daily paper is said to have their home town are ,safe but are I oranges every month in the year. This :t

lay, and used with approval too. And been published in Frankfort, Ger-.,I working hard to relieve conditions in means that orange culture in Florid iiiiitiimiitimiiitmiiiiiMfiiiiMiiinniiiiir'
< jet this statement was made by one many, in 1615;, the first daily in neighboring cities. Mr. Adams has: is being rendered to a science and

4 ,al'the greatest grafters, and ,money England was established in 1702; the not as yet heard from his mother: and men who make a study of the business :

?t sharks that has ever known, first one in France in 1777. The first sister who were visiting in that state are putting it on a high paying ePSte

j m the heels of a bold and questionable daily in the United States was the although he is trying to reach them basis. S Ju
ignre te tei
f Easiness venture. I But the statement American Daily Adevrtiser, publishedat through friends in Cleveland and other -' US on your Dgj i

,vas nevertheless a truism and lives. Philadelphia in 1784 cities. Subscribe forthe, Sentinel ,Now IIi

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We have a complete new line Now about your Easter Shoes. '
of Spring Hats for Ladies and We have the best that money

( Misses, and will be. glad to show and experience can produce, and Yx Y

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

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

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

\ and all the shades and colors.Be EXTRA VALUES IN THEMAS

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


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

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


APPAREL FOR THE SEASON AND OUR SALES-PEOPLE You will need some of these will come in and make your
things for your Easter outfit. wants konwn, we will try our
Look It tat Mart fayta. best to satisfy you.

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Mr. H. C. Russell of New Orleans, The seat sale opened at Estes drug MtlMMmiilllMMMMMMimMtlMIMIIMMMMMMIMMHHMIIMMMHi
KWADE is in the city on ,business. store yesterday for Fi Fi, and a lively .
I business was done for several hours.
THE TUNER > Mr. H. L Beeman, proprietor of (Great interest is being manifested in
Orlando's most popular hotel, was in t this play.
.f Tampa on business yesterday.The I
I I Mr. A. D. Arnold, the accommodating -
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",\ Mr. and Mrs. N. E. Boyd left yesterday young men of the municipal i and popular night clerk at the .
: for their home in Ashley, III; league did nobly in their efforts in !San Juan hotel, is taking a much de
\ ,behalf of the flood sufferers. i served vacation of a few days and is YowelTsT8A
Mr. W. C. George, of Greenwood, I visiting friends in Tampa.Dr. .
.Miss., returned to his home town yes-I Mr. G. C. Brann, of New York City,
terday.Mr. who has been in'the city for some P. G. Johns, of Oklahoma is in
time, returned to the north yester-I Orlando and is looking for a place to
L J. Colans, after a' brief sojourn day. ,establish a home. The doctor is a
in Orlando, ,has returned to his retired practitioner and wants to
home in St. Johns, Michigan.Mr. Mr. F., Kilpatrick and daughter, spend the rest of his days in a milder
Miss Margaret, of Richmond, Virginia i climate.
W. A. Huber, of Mechanics-' are in the city(for a few days'
burg, Pa., left for his home in the visit Mrs. E. L Baker, of Congress, N.
old Keystone.State last night Y.,friends of Mr. and Mrs.John Hunt,
Mrs. C. V. LeGrand, who has been ;returned to Orlando .Saturday after
Mrs C. Brand,,Duquoin, Ill., af a.guest in this city for several weeks ten days' visit at their pleasant winter
ter a pleasant stay of several monthsin departed yesterday for her home in j home on the Halifax.-Daytona Ga-
Orlando, has returned to her home. Atlanta. :zetteNews.A .
This has been one of the most success-
Mrs. Annie M. Russell, of Worfield, Miss Minnie McCarrol, of Southern series of special meetings will be
Mass., was one of the tourists who Pine, N. C., who has been in Orlando .(conducted in the Baptist Church this ful sales in the history of the store and
(.departed... for the north last. night.C. for a month past; left yester- week, by Dr. H, P. Fitch, of Atlanta, ,
day for her home. Ga., at 7:30 m., each The
___ I to make it more attractive we have
C. J. Valley, of Canton, Ohio, be- public are cordially invited. Dr,I
lieving it safe to return to the Buck: The friends of'Fire Chief' 'William Fitch is an able preacher and it will this 1
eye State, departed for there yester- Dean were' glad to greet him on the be helpful to you if you will hear him. added to sale one lot ofLadies'
day. ,streets again yesterday, even though'
!he moved about with crutches. I l W. W. Marshall and wife and friends
Mr. T. Fox, who has been enjoying Mr. and Mrs. Gaskell were in Orlando White Shirt Waists
Orlanda hospality for several weeks, J. J. Campbell, of Southern Ohio;and' Winter Park this week, makingthe ,
for his home in Hartford Conn., yes- is in the city for a few days stay and trip overland. Mr. Marshall saidit ,
terday.Mr. will endeavor to pick up a piece of had been about fifteen years since
land suitable to orange culture.. t,i he was in Winter Park and he wantedto Skirts and Linen Suits J
A R. Shirley, of Zelienople, 1 Par see the developments.Daytona.
after a pleasant season in Orlando, Mr. Robert D. Gray started north- Gazette-News. .. }
has returned his home in the Key. ward yesterday and will visit a few
stone State. days along the way before bidding W. Clay Inmann, director of the \
Florida adieu, for his home in Plain- Presbyterian choir_ sang a solo, Sun- At HALF PRICESee I
Mrs. Anna S. Wilson, who has been field, N. J. dan morning that was the subject of .
a guest at the Keystone for sometime much favorable comment Mr. In- i
started for her home in Glenn Mr. I. L Andrews, represting the man 'possesses a baritone voice rich
1 1r
Ellyn, III National Accident Insurance Com- in quality, and his perfect control of Display on Second Floor. J
of Chicago, who is making Lake-
pany that voice gives power and inspiration
Mrs. McCarrel, of Washington, Pa., land headquarters, was a business to his' singing that few men .1
who has been enjoying the winter visitor in Orlando yesterday.Dr. possess. MliMIMMMIIMIIIIilllMMIIMMiiMMIIMM lilMIMIIiMMIMMItllH. II
..t't the Keystone in this city, leaves I r OJ
for her home today. Philips, wife and two sons accompanied Mr. and Mrs. James Gibson, two of

I by Miss Wiener, of Canton Orlando's popular winter guests who Come and choice and size wont! last .(
Mr. F. A. McCarrall, special agent I Miss., motored over to Daytona Sunday are stopping at the Lake View, left early get your They long I
of the Hanover Fire Insurance Com afternoon and returned Monday yesterday afternoon for St. Peters.
pany, of Jacksonville, was in the city. evening an enjoyable trip.I burg to. attend the encampment of
yesterday transacting business. the Grand Army of the Republic MIMMIIMMIIimillMIIIIIHMMIIIMIII 11111 11111 I 111111111111III1I11I I
I To see the mail carriers start out They will return to Orlando in a Ij
Among the Knights of the Grip in! Monday morning with push carts load few days and then will depart for '
Orlando yesterday, was Mr. Wilson I I ed with mail and the people lined up their northern home. '
Ashley, representing the Jacksonville at the bank windows clear back to The Big White Store
branch'of the Savannah Supply Com, the door Monday morning would indicate Mr. and Mrs. Tate of Gloversville, '
pany. tht something is doing in N. Y., are guests of Mrs. Sarah J. ;, I
rShanibarger'a Orlando these days. Demstev at her home on North
for bicycles and I II I I Ridgewood avenue, having driven
Sundries. tf i Subseribt for the SentinelMIMIIIIHIHMHMill I over from Orlando by automobile - - - - - - - - -y - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -. ,
earlier in the week. They found the $
I roads in very bad condition, principally Dr. J. W. Stagg preached a great ; ,
from too much rain.-Daytona
liimillli sermon Sunday on a practical sub- \
Gazette-News. iect The theme was the flood sufferers -
and the doctor presented the I I
IAIIATTAI1SHIRTS : Mr. P. W. Wineburg arrived in subject in a manner that ought to Everything ;: YIN
this city last evening fresh from Los make every man proud of the fact
Angeles California; Mr. Wineburghas that he is on American citizen and
been in the business of Orange
every man in Orlando who contributed -
growing for ten years in Californiaand to the flood suffrers will feel richer i
says he is one of many who be- for having done so after hearing Dr. LACES, EMBROIDERIES,
lieve that California has had a Stagg. Such practical sermons accomplish MONAS, UNDERWEAR. \
change of climate that makes orange much practical good in a
Are recognized as the BEST, thereforewe culture uncertain and unprofitable. community FOR HOUSEHOLD GOODS ., '
carry them. Our last shipment consists SUPPLIES.
of the very latest_patterns and designs la i Mr. R. A. Lambert, formerly one Mr. and Mrs. Gilman Davis and Mr. ALWAYS"I
extra LONG and SHORT sleeve lengths.We .'of Orlando's popular citizens, but now and Mrs. R. L. Gallison of Oswego,
are ready for your inspection. one of the members of the Leesburg N. Y., who came from Orlando, left McCU
Dry Goods Company, was in the city Tuesday for St Augustine.and Jacksonville -
over Sunday and reports business I on their return north Mr. t
prospering in Leesburg. The truth is I and Mrs. Davis while here were with DEPARTMENT
tRTIGG & DICKSONI *'that if R. S. Davies'and R. A. Lambert their friends) Mr. and Mrs. S. .B. .
i can not make business thriftythen Pratt, of Oswego, N. Y.. who are located : OPPOSITE POST i,
it can not be'"made to thrive. for the season at 130 South Pal t
THE MEN'S OUTFITTERS t I Leesburg. is fortunate ,in being ableto metto a enue.-Daytona Gazette-
I I tempt wo.such men from.beautiful New CALL and BE
.Agents DnJap Hats Orlando. %But our well wishes are 1
THE HOMI OF,.IA1T i 8CHAFFNK' ft MAKCL0IWNG with the boys even'over in.the Burg. We do aU kind of Job printing. "LOWEST PRICES
._ t'-. Tri BB on your next: job V (f ..
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; MEETING'OF THE anwlnsectivorous bird ,this State. BOOSTERSt

FLORIDA AUDUBON SOCIETY I. We'also hereby record our convic- t -, .... ., ....". ...., __ ,,." .,."'-- .. .... ....
r '--- t tion that,protection should be; given timSBS riiWffOftff'y :Q r J t

; The twelfth annual;meeting of the '.to the medow-lark and :the loggerhead ;:w$ be run ute "TooLtteto
Florida Au'dobon Society"held, on shrike '(butcher-bird)). Osjfj"hmiL5>. ft

4t the.tfteraoonof Tuesday., March- 25" I,I We "are also. of the I'opinion that" pro3ll1liate1 Betters of'J01worde--ore.five i lines,;s0r less time;,.:ap-26centilitre
,at>'Hiawatha Grove,'the'spacious:and there should be a closed season for times 50 cents; one week
beautiful ,home of the late L. F. : all,game birds, as.well as for turkey, (six ....t weekly.:editions' -. ) 1tOIJ'f( guick Users
; Dommerich, 'at Maitland. the, quail, and the duck., $LOO; one!.month, 13.00. : ;
We also of,the opinion that the :-. ;
About one, hundred ,members and are FjwRent; -Six .room hoiee $10.00 ,
live ,
of birds from '
,friends were present The weather shooting traps per; eatb, also furnished roodscheap. -
r Wide, 'and 'the' lovely and' magnificent should ,be prohibited in the State of m West Pine,*

,grounds, ,'j); a forbeen' Florida. Every One BUTGK
tune'has expended, made a fine And we are of the opinion that a FOR SALE.:.-Small seedling orange a BOOSTER

setting for.a meeting devoted,totheinterests Game Commission, similar to that of trees in any quantity at five cents
of nature study; and bird .r Alabama, should be provided and each. :G.: 'T. HULL, I ,

;- protection. maintained in the state of Florida. Pine Castle road.

The reports of the President, Dr. W. The officers of the past year were FOR SALE-Good. Horse Carriageand
F. ,Blackman, of, Rollins College;,"of re-elected' on motion.of Judge T. Pic- Harness. For work on drive

y the Secretary, ,.Mrs.,. L Vandepool.,. ,ofMaitland ton Warlow, 'namely: William F. ter ing.Park Apply Wm. Halloway, 'Win 12t
-; of the Treasurer, Mrs. L Blackmail, Winter Park, .President; ,

P.. .Bronson tof taitland'and' of the : Mrs. L Vanderpool, Maitland, Secretary ,BUY a lot in Thornton Park, a nice
}: Chairman of the Executive Committee : ; Mrs. L. P. Bronson, Maitland, suburb in east part of the city. Carl j

c M '8.1 Engsmfll Mam, now resident i Treasurer' ; Vice-Presidents: Miss i Maria Jensen. t

4 in .Florence. ,.Italy, were read and ac- I R. Audubon, Salem, N. Y., Lincoln FOR. SALE-40 acres of fine land in
cepted. Hulley, President of 'John B. Stetson Volusia County, near'station 1d eulctc"a
: DeLand-.M1'L B. lake; $500. Terms. J. B. McKay,
I Five points have characterized the : University "HR :,WhJ'n- 0-e.
c work of the Society during the present pie, MaftianJ'Georgek Ch mb

year. Daytona, Frank M. Chapman, President FOR. RENT-Three new houses with
"L, The 'enlarging"of the Exesutive I 'of the Audubon Society of, the ,five rooms and bath.. .C. A. ,Hovey. "

Committee, so as to secure members State of New York, Wm. C. Comstock, 3-28-tf .....
a{ from all parts of the state. Winter Park, Rt.' Rev. Wm. C. Gray, For Sale-I corner lot, six room There is a certain prestige that owning your own t

,2."The bringing into closer relationship Bishop of South Florida, Orlando; Hon house, $1,850.00, if taken before April
and cooperation of the National W.: A. Blount, ''Pensacola' Hon. L., C. 809 West'Pine motor car gives you in your community. .

t Awooatjon of Audubbn Societies:and Massey, Orlando, C)Morse. ,WinterPark
the Ffoirda Audubon Society, and the E. 0. Painter, Jacksonville, Dr. FOR SALE 5% acres with five-room There is a certain satisfaction in knowing you ""
I employing ,by them jointly ,of Miss i Theodore S. Palmer, Assistant Chiefof house on railroad only few hundred
feet from place.. PlentyMof a car that .wifl take anywhere and bring 1
the Bureau of 'Biological Survey; J.1ng. yon
Katherine H." Stuart, of Virginia, to shade and Ten to
acTas t Field Agent United States, Department of Agri- twelve bearing orange trees, pears yon back. It is this quality of dependability which
3. The attempt to secure the cooperation culture. Washington,. D. C.; R. ,W. and other small fruits. Good hunt-- ,
of the public schools and Williams, Jr., Tallahassee, Representative ing and fishing, and especially suitedto has put 110,000 Bnicks on the road, and it is this
those who come to Florida for the
r the dubs, and especially the of the American Ornithologists'Union life with
womens winter and like the country same quality of dependability which has made
,' forming of a large number of Junior ; Willis M. Ball, Editor' of the easy Flab town. '
Audubon Classes in the schools. Florida Times-Union, Jacksonville. Orlando, General Deliver. every one of those 110,000 Buick users Buick

''i '4. The securing of protection Executive Committee-Mrs. Kings-
OAK HILL is the beautiful subdivision boe ter.Q .
} the robin by the incoming legislature. mill Marrs, Maitland, Chairman; Dr. to Northeast of the city and '
-5. The offering l prizes for'the H. R.;1Iills, Tampa, Vice-Chainnan( ; I-still have'some'choice. lots there. /

best essarya.' members of, Mrs W. Fj;:Blackman' WinterPark w.; Carl Jensen.WANTED,- . The Brick overhead valve motor has more power .
Florida High Sefeeok George N. ,Chamberjaih, Daytona;, To rent four five I
a or per cubic Inch of piston displacement than '
With regard to"*the coming year, it Mrs E. E.kCoulson,3radentown, . ; Mrs..' six-room house.for the summer or
was urged that the.society i ought to : Geoiger'D. Dyer, Winter> Park; Mrs.1Algernon to take care of a home for party goingnorth' other type ,of, motor ever bmlt It costs us more .
f Haden, Orlando Miss Ot- by a resonsible lady. Apply toSentinel
these lines of endeavor and ;
on ,
to make it bat costs yon less to 1'1DI1t.
Maitland Mrs.
in particular. secure a vary much. larger tylia ,
membership' -, in all parts of the Marian A. McAdow, Punta Gorda; S. FOR SALE-One second hand one-

state, and create public sentiment in M. McIntYre, Altamonte Springs; Mrs. cylinder Cadallac fivepassengercar ,
favor of a Game Commission n similar E, M. Massey, Maitland; Mrs. C. H. Church at; Street a bargain.Restaurant F. E. Haywood 28-3t, ROADSTERS AND_ '1. TOURING. CARS, $950 TO $1650, F. 0. B.ORLANDO. :'

t to .thatin! the state'of Alabama. Morse, Winter Park; Mrs. Kirk Mun- Catalogue. on Request.

Reports. were, also made by, Mr. roe, Cocoanut Grove; Prof. Henry WANTED-Old Minion resflvered, ,
# making them good as new. New
Gotha W. R. O'Neal Orlando
Nehrling, -
Chamberlain ;
F .George N. of Daytona, ones made to order by the latest improved -
with reference to the establishmentand ; W. C. Temple, Winter Park; French process and damp
value, of Mosquito Inlet BirdReservation Mrs. Katherine Tippetts, St Peters- proof backing put on them. Send V
burg Judge T. Picton Warlow Orlando pedal, name and address to H.. A.
7 and by Mrs. Seth E. Barton ; Cook
m, and I will call a your ( Automobile Co.
Secretary, concerning the very Rerder. ands -
admirable work of the St Petersburg. 'The exercises were interspersed by _.
y Auxiliary.On delightful music by the Rollins Col- To Reat-at 808 West street, ten

motion Qf Mr, W. C., Comstock lege Glee Club. After the meeting, rooms more or, less. Hot and ,cold Orlando, Florida

of;.Winter Park,'one"of the Vice-Pres-: Miss Kokoszynska the hostess,'assist- water, electric lights. Large garden J
ide&ts of the Society, the following ed by a group. of Rollins College girls of fruit. E W. HOWARD. S .

s0rreeolution.were1'passed: served a delicious collation at the WANTED-Teamster, several weeb' ..... - - - - - - - ---llllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllililllllllllll- - - - - - - - - - - - - .. . .. . . ............ .ffffrrrrifr. . . . . ..
xL Resolved, that the mebers of the house. work hauling oranges, good wages,

4 Florida Audubon Society, in Annual . Inquire at 103 E Robinson avenue, MEREDITH AS A CHILD. .,
Meeting assembled,, hereby record CIGARETTE LAW OF FLORIDAToo Orlando, Florida. A. A. Gould. "

their profound sense of loss and grief many small boys are running WANTED-Clean Cotton Rags the When Only Two Years of Age Hi Hadan LIGHT THE
E in the death on July 22, 1912, of Mr. around with cigarette in their'mouths. Sentinel Olce. Air of Superiority.As .

;S i. FvDommerich, for nearly a decade Somebody is violating the laws of the la generally the case with an only PATH TO PROSPERITY
president of the Society. State. That somebody should be pun- FOR SALE-New seven-roon house, child brought up entirely In the society -
Gathered on the grounds which his ished. Here is the law: with all modern improvements. of his elders. George Meredltb

Jove of nature, his fine taste, and his "'Chapter 5714 (No. 121) page 229, pay.$3,000.Address Will take Owner automobile, care Sentmel in part developed early and always had acme I.
large expenditure of money and effort Laws of Florida, A. D. 1907. No'laws thing of contempt for juveniles of his Merchants who use Electric, Signs never lose
WANTED. own age. He'was a reserved and
wondf beautified in the shade parts of laws have been enacted their the road
I o rfttlly or City lots in exchange for Upright acutely sensitive boy, afraid of ghosts way by choosing wrong to suc .
of the trees .which he himself planted either: modifying or repealing thischapter.
$9 Used leap than two months. and being left alone in the dark and cess. You simply cannot fail to attract new
and cared,Jtor, and in the ,home to was perhaps a trifle spoiled by ,hisniotbeV
which he himself'year,after year welcomed Section L That it shall; ,hereafter I ,6t Lock Box 144, Orlando. ). I refined"Woman, whose love customers if you use an Electric Sign. It acts

ly us, for these meetings, we are be unlawful in the state of Florida For.Exehange or Sale and care he lost before be reached his like an irresistible magnet drawing all [the 4

reminded vividly of his kindling face, for any person or any corporation, For acreage or other property in sixth birthday. There is still living trade within its reach: That is the reason
who well remembers
his warm greeting, his wise and ten- company, firm or person to sell, bar- Orange or Lake Counties for four a gentleman
dwellings in Pittsburgh, Pa. Houses George Meredith at the age of two they command the attention of buyers.
; der words on behalf of the birds head ter, furnish or give away, directly or hinging good rent All modern build- years. This was about 1830-1. and
much loved, and his generous gifts indirectly, to any minor, any cigarette, ings. Can be handled separate if de- Mr. James Price relates or his visit:
to our.cause, as also of the keen intelligence cigarette wrapper or any substitutefor sired. "1 went up to the large front drawIng For Every Store OwnerNo
the sympathetic heart, the either; or to procure for, or to Address F. JOSEPH Orlando RAEHN Fla., room, where I found the boy and a
lmo.17-17 ,
sound the indomitable will advise lady who must have been his mother.
judgment, persuade, counsel or compelany ElecI I
a and the Christian faith, and charac- child under said age to smoke Lost-Between Orlando and Alta- The boy did' not seem to care much matter how small his business, the

;- ter, which. :made him everywhere, I a i any cigarette. monte, a lady's grey rain coat Re- about playing with me. and I wax trio Sign is the cheapest and most effective I I
I turn ta Sentinel l-4t ,rather shy He brought me his toys
conspicuous and trusted leader among Sec. 2. Any such corporation com- advertising.Phone .
and picture hooks to see ,and I wa
men. pany, firm or person violating any of LOST-Sunday afternoon between mightily pleased. I remember with a 1
# Resolved that the thanks of the the, provisions of this act, shall,. for Winter Park and Orlando, one top horse and cart (not like the'ma D.I for our Sign Designer to call andJsubI][ |
'y for automobile. Finder please
Society be extended to the children of the first offense upon conviction thereof .cover return to Arcade and receive reward cheap ones that I bad seta), a beauti mit a sketch.
Mr. Dommerich, 'for their gift of be fined in any sum not more than 4.13t fbl, lifelike white horse had the ran No Trouble to Us-.-No Expense to You.
5,000, to the National Association of $50.00 nor less than $10.00; and fora of superior make and as George drewIt .
Audubon' Societies, as a memorial to second and any subsequent offense; FOR RENT-Furnished house on lake along It made music as the wheels
their father, the be expended such corporation, firm or person shall, Eola, by the month or year. Apply went round. What I remember, of tbechild's
315E., Robinson, avenue. 3-31-2t appearance la somewhat hazy '
in the work of bird protection'within upon conviction thereof, be fined in a boy In white frock ribbons
the State of Florida. 'any .sum not more than $100.00, or LOST Sunday afternoon between tied up his sleeves but be was certainly I ORNDO WATER & LIGHT
2. Resolved, that the thanks of the less than $10.00, and to which may be cover Winter for Park automobile.and Orlando Finder, one please top a pretty child. I spent the.after a

Florida Audubon Society be extendedto added imprisonment in the, county jail return to ,Arcads and receive reward. noon with him. but we did not get on
the officers of the National Association for any period not exceeding sixty much together' assumed a sort of.uperlority. COOK WITH GASMilllllMMIIMMIIIMtttlMIMIMMIimiilim
LOST-Sunday afternoon between .'' Fortnightly Review.ADVERTISE .
of Audubon Societies and in days.
Winter Park and Orlando, one top eeeeeedeeeeeeI.
particular to Mr. T. Gilbert Pearson, Sec. 3. It is hereby made the dutyof cover for automobile. Finder please

Secertary,'for their'generous offer to sheriffs, constables, their deputies, return to Arcade and receive reward S e e e e t e e e e
meet one-half of the incurred or police officer to enforce the '
expense any ..
Lost-Near the Country Club yes .
in employing a Field Agent in provisions of this act, .and he may terday, Persian silk scarf. Finder IP YOU '. ,. -I. ------.I
Florida during the present season, summon any minor who 'has or who please return to this office. 4.12t Want a Cook Hi
: -- and that we. request the National Association have in his possession any cigarette, Want a Partner ; Model
=' : to continue this assistance or cigarette material and compel him Grim Humor Saved His tiff. Want a Situation Grocery

next.year. to testify before the county judge or When a spy was caught and bryusb; Want a Servant Girl .
:' : .On motion of Mr. C. H. Morse the justice of the peace, as to where and before Marshal Bassompiere the formulahe marshal Want to Sell Piano eWant : ,
addressed him with the
following resolutions Were adopted whom he obtained them Such
: cigar-
to Sen r.riiaje'WaaUoSeDTmaPropirtJ
always used when sentencing man a : 18 West Church Street
1. Resolved that the thanks of the ettes or material. '
to death*""Brother:you or 1 must rem
Florida Audubon Society be extendedto Sec.,, 4. That all laws or parts of talnly- be: hanged!" Next day as th.- Waat to Sen Your Groceries
the Hon. George Payne MCLean. laws in conflict .with the provisionsof spy was being dragged to the gallovo Want to Sell Tour Hardware It: FANCY AND STAPLE GROCERIES. NEW AND,

United States Senator from Connecticut this act are hereby repealed.As he adjured his jailers to allow him a Want customers for Anything FRESH ,
for his ,efforts on behalf of the last interview with,the marshal as be Advertise Das/ in That Payer'' '
Federal Protection of Migratory Birds another evidence of the growing had,something of supreme importanceto AdvertWnglstheWayto9uecess We Give Our Personal Attention to ,Our ,Cwteaere afGaaraatee
to him. The Jailers were so Impressed ,
in;the Sixty-second Congress, and we importance of.Florida's ports, Major say by his intense earnestness tb.iT Adverting Brings Customers Satisfaction and Prompt Delivery :

hereby request Mr. McLeean and also John R. Slattery of the corps of they begged the marshal to give him Advertising Keeps Customer Give Us a Trial 'I

the Senators ,and' Representatives ,United States Army enginers stationed audience Adverting Insures Steeeai .... :I
*'. from the State of Florida, to use.their .at Jacksonville, has' received instructions i "Bring! the dog inr cried Bassom; Advertising Showe Energy
best endeavors,on',behalf) of the Mc from Washington oo make piere. they your business he Advertising 9wws Pluck Si htler Bros., Proprietors

Lean Bill, fo' the forthcoming session. an investigation and report on the asked was dragged In. impatiently"Only this,when my lord he S Adwtisinf.!i."B1* S ,

? of Congress. matter of establishing a harbor of At our'tact interview "you said either Advertise orButoAdvet -. . - . . . . - .... .. . - - . - . . .
2. Resolved, Hilt the Florida Audubon refuge at Key West-Times-Union. you or I must be hanged DM youtelly Loaf e -:: -

Society; in Ateual> Meeting assembled ,! mean that? Ira of sepfta*.importance AdftrtiIi WeD'
; hereby pets_the incoming Money to loan on improved prop. to yon or me. beams If you ADVERTISEAtOaet
jS legislature;oft'tbe: .state/to pass a law erty. S.,T. WAYw-tf won't be hanged I must UtaTa air THE
a The marshal .was so tickled with the READ SBma( [ THE ,
aferifog the .same proteetitn to the man's humor that' he ordered, Us release.London INTER. ,SENTINELaSSStSSii.55, JEWS'THEANNUAt

t ''roMfi-.. .,_'at" .is....,now- given-- \,to{oAer.... 'WANTED-Clean rags at tUt,oflea. f : Malt ,
i- .

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:Ishs'enhau.r 'w.-Not a Bit Afraid t* WHEN YOU BUY I
I Praise riintMlf Out Loud. IF YOU WANT THE LATEST

Schopenhauer, the great German phljtetoplnii I .
; afforded one of the most refMfkable I I '
examples'of self complacency I IN JEWELRYMoney 1
itktt baa ever been known. His naive
toloftens on his own production.- are THE LINE OF UP TO DATE DRY GOODS, CLOTHING,

almost beyond belief. In writing ta- HATS AND SHOES ALSO LADIES READY TO WEAR
his publishers of his work he says:

"Its worth and Importance are so'ffreat DRESSES OF ALL' DESCRIPTIONS COME TO B. SALO Invested With Us Is I .j 1-5
that 1 do not venture to express Profitably Spent ,Give Us the ;
..U even toward jon" because you could MON. SATISFACTION GUARANTEED OR MONEY Opportunity of Being the Source t
not believe me and he proceeds tc Of
,Quote a review "which speaks of me REFUNDED. Your Supply. 1 t.
with the highest praise u the greatest You Cannot Judge Ue Unless
philosopher of the age, which Is:really You See ,What We Have j
:saying much less than the good
{thinks. B. Salomon Orlando We You.are Always Glad To Show ,
"Sir. he said to an unoffending

tranger who watched him across a ,, 1f... '..; ,t. ... . You Cannot Judge Us Unless .
table d'hote where he acted the part of .IIIMIIIMMIIIIMMMMIMHIIiMllllilliilHIMIIIMIMIIIItlllMMMMIIM"q ., Make,'or Need Anything In Our
,the local "lion"1 habitua 11 ..
Il .. We Are Sure We Can
.are evidently astonished at my appetite. H_ ... .. Please You. If You Don't Need -
\; True, I eat three times as mach
J t" yon, but then I have three time as Anything, We Are Just As Glad
much mind. To Have You Come Into
I Our
Auerbach the German novelist also roRLANioiANk Store.

,had a great appreciation of his own () a TRUST l tOMr4NreaJlI OUR REPAIR WORK IS

=are power told and of the work obtrusive, and way many in storie which ; PROMPT AND ACCURATE .

:he displayed his vanity. A German EVERYTHING IS

'writer says of him: "Every year Aner- I ai4 Sirtftt!ail UriivMeii Profits $120Hf.W. ..GUARANTEED.Allen .

('watering places, at each of which,the Total Resources over Three-f Barters of a Milta. .
:following episode occurs at least thirty ., "
times.( The novelist Indulges in small .
Report, of the Condition of Orlando
;.talk with the little children of.the; na.'tives ti I'i' t & Co.
and Invariably ends,thetconvercation Trust
f Bank and Co.. Condensed
; thus: 'Knowest thou ,who fans: '
.been talking with tbee? Behold Auer- 4' From Report to Comptroller

'btch! Tell that at home k tit er Feb. 4, IllS JEWELERS :

GRIT OF A SHARPSHOOTER.' t and Discounts RESOURCESLoana .....|393,16L05 Orlando Florida !

HalliwelI''s.Feat Overdarfts .............. 19163
sergeant at the Siege, Stocks and Bonds ....... 26,018.33
of Lucknow. '
Real Estate Furniture and ,
During the siege of Lucknow In the .Y. : ;-T -
Indian mutiny there, afforded what I "t Fixtures ... .......... 25,853.44 1
was probably the m notable instance. Cash on hand and in Banks 215,08183
,-of the record In war of a crack shot. .. -
;The rebels were endeavoring to r w'i $660,31118
,mount two eighteen-pounders.' which I i LIABILITIES THE II ID: STORE T
they had hauled up to the flat root, of 4
tone of the palaces surrounding the res Capital Stock ...II...II $100,000.00 .
ijdency, and it was necessary to pre- Surplus and Undivided 1

vent" this being done, or they would 'N Profits ... ........... 22J3L33
,'have been able to pour down a heavy Deposits .. .. .......... 587,4185 .: Cor. South. and Hughey Sts.
fire on the defenders. Sergeant Hall!. g ..
; well was chosen for this duty. He was 660311.18 WE BUY FOR CASH AND SELL FOR CASH. WE
:a crack shot of the Thirty-second foot KEEP OUR
/r<..Being: given. ..the best rifle that cpuldbe j I We invite the attention of our cut.tomers QUENTLY CAN KEEP OUR PRICES DOWN ;'
fotind: his prders:w ereT1oprevent',; and friends to our statement ;
the guns'b V'SonSfed. lHe'tooku
his posi0oabeliind eatfer-3e doRn] above and wish to assure them that Our Prone No. is
we appreciate their patronage and
Tnasoarywherethere was only cove; \
for him to lie at full length. He remained ask for a continuance of III 1e. And an Order will Have Prompt Attention, and will be

in that position it is said for Don't forget_ that our deposits are ,Delivered to Any Part of the City
several I.days.,not tbeing able to stand. .. __ 1 y .:,j ..
inasmuch as"that would have resultedin I A cordial invitation if extended to I'inJured. D. R RAYBOJf Proprietor ORLANDO FLA.

Instant'death. His only change wax visitors in .our city to call and open .. ,
to roll over from his back to his atom: \
toted Slates Gevenaeat,State ass Csaty Depafery. an account with m.
ach. His kept the
eyes were ever on

dismounted guns, and whenever the L . . . .. .. . . - .

f .unerring Sepoys attempted rifle played., to mount havoc them among his ,.. Oi: '; '., : o'i-. (. .... : . ; . 1 II I_ MMHIIIIIttM-

them,and presented their object beta

1 accomplished.him at night by-Food men was who brought crawled this to ... REAL ESTATE( fOR SAl(

position. ; ,.
After some. time a sortie was made. .
and";the Sepoys 'were defeatW. 'For W. M. SLEMONS 1
this brave'work Sergeant Halllwell re
celved the Victoria cross.-Harper' The trend of Orlando's Growth is
Northeast. Lewter's Addition and

The number Seven seven In the plays Bible.a prominentpart Our New Spring- Stock is Coming In Sunshine Park are there. Near by in the Bible. The creation is Paradise Hill. Let me show
took six days and on the seventh
there On the seventh day of And we will offer to you a Choice Selection of High Class Goods
:the seventh 'month a holy observancewas . .IN DRY GOODS, ALL THE STAPLE AND USEFUL ,
ordained and the Israelites feast GOODS as well as FANCY SILKS, and FINE DRESS GOODS,
:ed seven days and rested seven,days. HOSIERY IN SILK LISLE AND COTTON and the Many Ac. ;
I A.
Noah bad"aeven days' warning of the IF. Lewter
ctssories that Women Use.
:flood and the seven years of plenty ,
were'foretold in Pharaoh's dream by

/seven;;fat beasts, as were the seven lean Bargains Six Days in Every Week MlillllllllllH
:years. by seven lean beasts. We speak 'n __ _
'of the seven heavens, and the seventh
.son was supposed to be endowed with We carry all the.time a large stock SHOES of the best
preeminent wisdom. In shot, there is makes and newest styles. KING 'QUALITY MEN'S SHOES. BRIGHAM & ,HILL
'no other number which enters into the CRADDOCK TERRY'S WOMEN'S :SHOES AND CHILDREN'S ,
:Bible so often as seven. No doubt,the 'SHOES. NONE BETTER ARE SOLD IN THIS
Vide popularity of the number and the
which connected with AGENTS
lit superstitions are SCHLOSS BROS. FINE SUITS FOR'MEN at'$15.00, $20. .
came.from its wide use in the Bible.
'- f" - .' $25.00iand ,$30.00 are unsurpassed for STYLE ,FIT AND

Talking Explained.I QUALITY. Orlando Stationery: Souvenir and Curio Store

"What do*people mean when they LORD BALTIMORE BOYS' SUITS WILL BE SURE TO e wBsr .
'talk about tackingr asked Bobby,who PLEASE YOU. . STREET

:bad listened to a detailed account of _ ,, _
' .
.his sister's first experience in 'a sailboat 5
but in,considerableconfuafon of
"Oh, you'll know wben you're a little
bit older,",said hit,sister, .but the small' W. M. SLEMONS ARTISTIC PICTURE FRAMER of Orlando
round'face wore an, expression of ID-
jury iM had to explain i further. PINe" STREeT
"Why*, ,lfaJuai 'turning halfway I .. "

round."she laid with alight hesitation ,. ..
'" Dd then-Hind then you sail on the "
The Gurgle In the Bottle. :
Why d< $:water gurgle_when'poured' TUf OAKlAND I RIVAL PALM Sale at all Cigar Stores

from a bottle? As water pours out air Orlando's Newest Ciga r Made in Orlando.
attempts to pour in. Occasionally the I .
hand.holding. the d bottlemay, move and BARBER SHOP FEEDFOR Havana and Florida Wrappers t
five the air the opportunity. The quick' TIE, CAR Try One and Be Convinced
rush of"the water tofu the holemade i I
Modem and
ky the air causes the JUrllnllOund., ftTm'YBODV. Complete.
; -FOR-
.4 Everything new, individual HERMAN H. FINDER M'f'g'r
Grading the RuUrs IS TAIlING electric attachments at '
Themlstocles, It is said, declared that '- chair. No stone has been left 212 South Orange

his son was the i bongesu,man in ABOUT unturned to make 'this shop LIVELAUBACH'ST' 0'C' K1 . -

Greece meet th erequirements ,of COMMERCIAL PRINTINGWe
"For,".said ,he "the Athenians rule the'n.
the 'tlellenese, I rule the Athenians.: ASK FIR 'BEMWiSTtATWNSEE moat particular. Plenty of'I have the best equipped print>> L J. Mustard

your, mother roles .me, and you rule: room. Courteous attendants. lag plant in the city, for doing Commercial I ,.

year.!Bother." ELIJAH WHTTEHEAD, Work. Your order, large or I
Proprietor. The Grain Man. small, U handled here by trained ex I

,A.Rally;Smart Man.He pert, whose knowledge of the print. TIEManicure. C11teNilst.
MAGRUDER orangeA.e.OrlandoFla.;
always says the r'bt'thlDJ at .. ,Chard Street, Pkm 18 er's art is unquestioned. Accurate
,the right time do D't he?' -- -- I,
reliable service and
prompt courteous -
"More than that. He always keeps
till at the right tlme.-Houston PostVtry treatment to all, thafs why this Pedicure! Shampoo..

Live Oak has a girls' tomato and. all of which Live Oak merchants agreeto ties of the flood_ sufferers of Ohio..bounds.establishment baa grown by leaps and ft Face and Scalp Massage:'j.1''
.Much Easier
MAny man ran' make a fool. of Mmsetf. . canning dub. The girls to the num- buy. Such humane acts releive ,the hard We want jour Printing.'
." ber of fifty have agreed to each cant ships of life very materially. Both I THE SENTINELeased Par orover DicksoJl;:8c. Ivea|store

alucb"True easlef-Bostoa, but_with a woman's Transcript help tt's least one hundred cans of tomatoes The city of Tampa responded the giver and receiver are bl l Phone 24. Court Street ,fcorner Orange%and Central

and that means five thousand,,cans promptly and liberally to the necessi- by such giving. Arcade,Building .
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"Sally's Guardian, Kalem-comedy.
Louis.C. Ma President
f ,
"What New York Is Doing For the

T. PktM Wariow. VktJm. 8. lla tn &.% CtohfarSWM Deaf, Dumb and Blind," Kalem-ed- .

Bomri C. Bibcock, Last Cam, !A.NrwtH 1,An't CwkkrSTATE ucational.
{ "Lady Andley's Jewels," Essanay- .-" .. .
I ,, ,
comedy. >.j " ",
THE Coming Wednesday is our Special ;

Feature, "As You Like It,". ::
Also Pathe's Weekly, No. 11. The
Inauguration of President Wilson will
4 H .
BANK be featured. Mutt and Jeff to appear .
n. a new role. I '

THE FAVORITE."An "IF I l y TUC nit iinti r't .

of Orlando Indian Outcast-drama. "101

Bison," an Indian is friendly to the --
s How times have heard and
whites and proves himself so when many you >

he saves them from a terrible mas- possibly made that exclamation! and i

ESTABLISHED IN 1893 sacre. ...
i "Mama's Boy," Imp-comedy. A "
roaring comedy with King Bagget in "IT IS NOT WHAT YOU EARN BUT WHAT YOU
= the oldest Bank in Orlando, has had nearly the lead. .,.
"Hired Dress Suit"
Majestic."A .
of experience of banking in this
twenty years "
e Bitter Dose, Powers comedy.
section oi Florida. It offers its services to all wishing Our pictures are the clearest pictures Tea cents saved each day for ten years will

in Orlando, come and be con-
to transact business with a bank carefully con- vinced. give you a bank account of nearly half a *""" :
ducted on conservative banking principles.We Open 2 to 5 and 6:45 to 10 p. m. thousand dollars, if your savings are deposited .fa...! "
five cents to all. !

. each month with fI .
draw drafts all of the world and
on parts buy The contract has been awarded for

and sell domestic exchange.Our the erection of the main building for .

]I Jacksonville.the Florida Military The contract Academy calls fora in [ PEOPLES[ NATIONAL l BANK

correspondents, with many others, include brick and stone building to be one ,
: hundred eighty-eight. feet in
the National Park Bank, New York; First National I length with a depth of forty feet anda Four per cent interest compounded'quare

Bank Philadelphia; Third National Bank, Atlanta; center wing. The building will be '\ terly upon Savings Accounts. $1 opens an

three stories in' height, with orna- \i account. Open yours with us today! .
Merchants Mechanics National Bank, Baltimore; mental towers. It will front to the

Continental & Commercial National Bank, Chicago: southwest on Edgewood avenue andwill
have grounds of five acres for a

-, ,National Bank of Commerce, St. Louis. campus and drill grounds for stu-


WtPi74Hrc Internet <* Savings Accoaats
Mrs. Myrtle Duckworth, a young .

woman, died on a passenger train, ;i :.:,:,.... "..:' ." _.', y. ", ,, 0':' Z '.. ,'::: ....
bound for Pensacola on the morningof .. >

IMPORTANT LEGISLATIONThe WHY PAY CASH ? March 21, death coming after the '
I train had passed DeFuniak. The

woman was accompanied by
State Legislature will be confronted Editor Sentinel-Not long ago an young
her husband mother brother and lit-
association formed by the busi-
by important measuresof \ was
many She had been ill with
tle pneumonia
general interest to the State of ness and professional men of this cityto
for several weeks and had
7 Florida and the voters will watch get a line on how people pay their llly
their action with more than usual bills. The report is now in processof practically recovered. She was very
anxious to return to her home in
interest formation.It
Mount Olive, Miss., and had been on SUNSET STORIES .
lease to but fair to the
The abolishment of the convict seems me
the train only a short time, when she -
system is ,so universally demanded people of Orlando to call their atten-
suffered sudden and The curate of a large and fashion-
a relapse expired.
that not much time ought be wastedin tion to this and give them one more -Pensacola Journal. able church was endeavoring to teach -i: COMPLETE
performing that cdear and important dance to pay up and thus get a good I the significance of white to a Sunday
duty. classification of the report which will 1 I STOCKOF
school class. "Why" said he, "doesa
The passing of an amendment endorsing not be changed for two years. The Spanish colony in Tampa has bride invariably desire to be clothedin
in hands oi f t made extensive preparations for entertaining -
will be the
aa amendment to the federal This report white at her marriage?" As no
r? Constitution, enabling the people to all banks and business houses am I Don Juan Riaao Gayangos, one answered he explained, "White"said

elect U. 's. Senators by direct votes professional men and any one wh) minister he, "stands for joy, and the wed- j

> another measure, that the law makers does not want to go on the records ding day is the most joyous occasionof
need entertain no doubts about marked "S" for slow, or "X" for (requires the United States, who, with his wife a woman's life." A small boy que-
Another proposition of great importance cash) 'shouU pay up all bills and secretary, arrived in Tampa last ried, "Why do the men all wear -

,.and one which will command I at once or make arrangements to pay night from Washington for a stay of black?"

_t dose attention is the proposed amand- as soon as possible. several days. The chief mission of Styles -

ment to the ,State Constitution for If all consumers paid cash the the distinguished Spaniard is to takean Paddy has a great power of enjoy-
State-wide roads, aid permitting the cost to all consumers could be reducedat important part in the dedicationof ment after all. One day he saw a
State to vote for bonds for building least twenty per cent. two big clubhouses, one in the Ybor bull attack a man and he had to hold
loads. Let us try to get the mark "C" City section and the other in West on his sides with both hands, the

If the legislature adjourns without which means that we pay cash for Tampa.A scene was so funny. After a time the V FASHIONABLE

definite and progressive action on what we buy. animal turned his attention in another -
} these great questions, tire people of Respectfully, half million quarts of strawber- direction, and poor Pat after exploring ANDMCOMING
-the great and growing state of Florida J. C. HOWELL ries was the record for this season, the heights, came down witha

: will be greatly disappointed, and which has just come to a close. Al- thump on the other side of the fence.

progress will be materially retarded. WELCOME VISITORS.Hon. though less than one-third the acre- He rubbed his wounds, and he said to

They proposed new constitution age of last year was planted this sea- himself: "Faith, I'm glad I had my

:seems to be a foregone conclusion, if E. W. Moore and wife, of son, the yield was the largest ever laugh when I did, or I wouldn't have Straw

newspaper reports, (and we believe Benton Harbor, Mich., who have been known-in fact, it equalled that of had it at all, at all"
'- they may) be taken as an index to at St. Petersburg spending the win- any previous year. The average net

,public sentiment ter, are in Orlando spending a few price to ,the grower was twenty cents "So you want me to support Wombat -
o days with their friend, E. H. Gore of per quart, which brought about $100- for the Senate?" asked the prac- Hats

BENEFIT FOR OHIO FLOOD 'SUF- 409 Anderson street Mr. Moore, who 000 into local circulation.LakelandNote tical politician. "We' do," chorusedthe
SERERS has been a member of the Michigan I in Times-Vnion. delegation of citizens. "On what

k The Ms cb-Field Players, now legislature and at one time, mayor of: grounds?" "On the grounds that he

p appearing at" the Opera House will Battle Creek, Mich., is now in the The Rosalind Club women who have is the ablest man for the place." "Urn.
'' business at Benton Harbor worked so faithfully to make the home '
give two benefit performances Wed- newspaper Now what other qualifications has he.
nesday, April 2nd, for the homeless :and at one time, Mr. Gore was in his talent play "Fi Fi of the ToySho'p"a -Washington Herald.A .
sufferers in the flooded state., There employ in the newspaper office. Mr. big success are wearing smiles since Brown & LartiueSPECIAL
Moore is a very pleasant gentlemanand the seat board opened. rural school had girl as n -- -
will be a big Bargain Matinee in the a pretty --g
afternoon at which time the play .will we were glad to welcome him in its teacher, but she was much troubled I I
i J
be the great Child story, "Olney the our Sanctum. The City Council met in executive because many of her pupils were late
session last night for the purpose of At last she made the .
Waif. Prices 15c 25c, 35. every morning. _. ._
L$ The night performance will be the 1 MEMORIES OF BY-GONE DAYS. making all arrangements for dispos- announcement that she would kiss the ; -- -- --- -.

'I great comedy drama "The, Reumaher" ing of the sewer bonds that the work first pupil to arrive at the schoolhousethe

1 regular prices, 25c, 35c and 50c. Under the direction of Mrs. R. P. may proceed without further delay.It next morning. At sunrise threeof

The whole affair will be handled Cobb, twenty of the young ladies of is expected that home parties will the largest boys of the class were P[ A ANNOUNCEMENT O [ [ 1
; under the auspices of our worthy the Cathedral School are preparingfor be the purchasers.A sitting on the doorstep of the school- ,

Board of Trade, who will be represent- a concert .to be given next Sat house, and by six o'clock every boy
eded by Mr. Clark Roberston. urday night in Cluett Hall. Like all party of Michigan people will ar- in the school and four of the directorswere

',, A portion of the receipts will be entertainments given at the School rive in the city today from St. Peters- waiting for her to arrive.

::1 sent to the flood sufferers with other this wil be most attractively arranged burg, who will spend a few days in Ladies' Home Journal. John S. Rowlandtakes
subscriptions already given.' and the old songs used are all the City Beautiful, before continueingtheir

+,' Everybody should take this opportunity favorites. journey northward. They I are PRINTING BY MAIL. this means of announcing to his patrons
F to help towards the much needed Mrs. H. T. Burt and mother and Mrs.

5tr funds. If the people of Orlando UOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS.It Hull from Battle Creek, and Mrs. H. makes it possiblefor that beginning with
The parcel post
\ will their hearts Wednesday 'is the desire of:the management t Crawford from Bradford, Canada.
open all needs
to supply printing
that all reader of the Sentinel shall l us March 31
Monday Morning
afternoon and night there is no reason I within a radius of fifty miles without ,
that $100.00 for the sufferers will I be served with their paper promptl r The handsome house being erectedby home of .
leaving or place :
leave Thursday morning on the first; and regularly and we will consider il t McAuley on West street, will be you business. your his place of business will be number
train. a favor to have reported to us any ready' for occupancy in a few days.
Letterheads, bill heads, note heads,I
The Maddocks-Field Company ,inattention on the part of the carriers The house is being built by Mr. Mc-
c statements, envelopes, labels, etc.,
well known here and their past isl i' in the delivery of your papers. Auley as an investmentMr. printed at this office will be delivered 17 Church Streetin
Please call Phone 24.
show that the name stands for within miles
i moral and refined plays.A Robert S. Davis, formerly of of prepaid any point fifty the store formerly pied by J. T. Seegar.
special seat chart has been placed Miss Mary Telford left today for Orlando, but now one of the, leading
on'sale at the Butt's Candy Store and Georgia, where she will visit in sev- dry goods merchants in Leesburg, THE SENTINEL, In addition to the large stock of groceries

you can get your seats any time. eral towns until time to open the came over from that place last even- Orlando, Fla. which he now has on Fine Street, he has

Follow the crowds to the Opera house at Retreat, N. C., for the sum- ing and spent several hours in Or-
f purchased the Seegar stock and will consolidate -
House for a worthy cause. mer. She hopes 'to see a, good many lando with his many friends. Mr. I
: Orlando people who are seeking beau- Davis accompanied by his partner, In Cow Boy and Indian Suits. Boys them as above stated in the Church

INFORMAL BRIDGE. tiful mountain scenery, cold moun- Mr. ,R. L Lambert,.left,on the 3:20 Bathing Suits, One and Two ,Piece Street room.
Marion Cary-Elwes was hostess tain water and all of the good things train this morning for Tampa. Suits. Bathing Shirts and Trunks 25,
35 and 50c the suit. To his former he wishes to take
5 last ,evening at her pretty home that go with them. They can all be patrons
5 on Lake street for two tables of found at Retreat eight miles from JERSEY MILK COWSI J. a ANNO, this means of thanking them for past favo s

wA Bridge. Although informal, the "party" Waynesville, N. C. Miss Mary also have a few nice 'young fresh 5t The Boys' Clothier and invites old and new' customers to
and was giv- expects to be in Atlanta for the joint Jersey cows for sale. Can be seen amy t come
3 was most '
en in compliment to Mrs. Albert GaryElwei. meetings of the Four General Assembles house north Magnolia avenue. Money to loan on iapnmel.ertr.1, 1 to his, new: place of business.
in May. A. FULLER, Orlando. I Y. Wq.j .
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