The daily sentinel

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The daily sentinel
Uniform Title:
Daily sentinel (Orlando, Fla.)
Alternate Title:
Daily South Florida sentinel
Place of Publication:
Orlando Fla
Josiah Ferris
Creation Date:
April 2, 1913
Daily (except Monday)
normalized irregular
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Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
newspaper ( marcgt )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
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United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando
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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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Direct Service, Postal Telegraph until 2 a. m. PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING EXCEPT MONDAY. Orlando-Progressive Center of the:Stan


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GOVERNMENTi I Special to the Sentinel Special to the Sentinel An event to which Orlando society Tallahassee, April 1.-A week from Special to The SentinelWashington

IpHU IB the fcatinil New York,'April .-President Wilson Cairo, 111., April 1.-The big levee has been looking forward for some I today this quiet capital will beginto April I.-Today's official -

New' York, April 1.-J. Pierpont makes declaration of his attitude protecting the drainage district north time,. occurred last evening at the I assume the air of a legislative flood bulletin from the weather,

Morgan, Jr., no whead of the great toward monopolies .and indicates what of Cairo, broke on the Big Four side Lucerne Theatre when "Fi-Fi," a'center for this year there are to be bureau follows: -

banking house of Morgan, received he believed by many to be the course I at 5:45 o'clock this sternCM and I musical extravaganza, by home talent,'I II some important measures offered and "The Ohio River at Cincinnati '

a cablegram this afternoon giving details the administration will pursue to secure I tonight, the waters are rushing over] was given before a very large and I some queer bills placed on the files. Tuesday morning was at a stage of '

of the disposition and scenes the possible remedy of this condition seven thousand acres of land in this! I: enthusiastic- audience. There will be many introduced and no 69.8 feet, 19.8 above the flood stag*

which attended the death in Rome of by terse, but specific statement, district and indications are that by From the first lifting of' the curtain -I doubt but few passed, but this will i It will probably remain at this stag i

his father. Yesterday he received acsbtcgr&Rt "We purpose to prevent by private tomorrow, the entire tract will be to the end, the closest interest be one of the most exciting sessionsin during the next twenty-four hours I ;

from the Italian physician monopoly by law". In his fourth arti- under from ten to twenty feet of of all present was held, each scene, the history of Florida. The "third and then begin to slowly fall. I

who 9? the WJentiits who cle on "new freedom" which appears : Water. to be "At Louisville the river Tuesday :
was one I so excellently given, showing throughout -I house" this year promises large
strove desperately to save the nan.1del's In the current issue of World's Woj.. gj;1 The, village &f the future city, with the ability of those in charge, and :itiu 'CJJJflent and therein lies the ex- morning was within .3 feet of a stag.
article sub-headed "Benevolence 1 I of 45 feet and still rising. i
life. an a ftegre population of 1,500, locatedin I' v
the happy result of. the citementAn .
\ patient
} ,The physician's communication pf Justice," declares &11 Roosevelt this district and also numbers of by the large number of both rehearsals I I I opulent third house draws the The Cairo stage was 53.2 feet. J

dealt exclusively with the causes of attempted to effect benevolent partnership farm houses and many factories. The children and young people who took I:changers I on as well as the legislators. 8.2 feet above flood stage. i
between the "big business and breaking of this levee does not affect Following is a statement of the
his death and the efforts his part. Some historic poker games between
father's life. the government". the city of Cairo, as the big flood I the regulars and the onlookers are forecast stages along the Mississippi i l .#
The President/"declared that under, city from the drainage district Pi-Fi was staged under the able from Cairo to New Orleans, maoVom :i
1 proper I
Although repeated Implications promised, for in those games some big "
direction of Mr. Harrington Adams wdl"
the that the levees J
were made today for 'copies of the such partnership, the,result upon the: I Every prevaution is being taken and the entertainment of winnings are recorded by certain law. assumption
charming hold and that no more rain will.fall; t
cablegrams, both at the bank and at, people would depend entirely on the however, to take care of the approaching makers while their opponents are the t
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last evening is the result of his
untiring -
feet ]
"Memphis, 44.5 within the nest
benevolence of contracting parties,,I floods. Thousands of workmen
losers that be im
the home, neither would consent to I efforts and most cheerful can
meal the contents of either. whereas people want justice, not,; are at work placing sand bags patience.The agined. eight or nine days; flood stage, 35feet 1
theme of Fi-Fi is as follows:
'The members of the banking firm I philanthropy. I and bulkheading the levees around the Nearly every member of both 2
Bonnie the
Toy-man's daughter,! t
"Helena, Ark., a maximum stageof
," behalf of the family, stated today "Benevolence never developed any city, The initiative and referendum.
on wandering in the woods herfather's
near 54 feet, flood stage 42 feet; Arkansas j
nation he "we don'twant
man or says,
houses'will intro-
ascertained definitely be called to
that until it is upon '
shop at the close of day, City, Ark., 52 to 53 feet, flood -f
when the Italian government will content benevolence government, we LARGE FORCE AGAINST ZAPATA is overtaken by the Sand man, who duce bills. An avalanche of new legislation stage 47 feet; Greenville, Miss., 4
under its restrictions in such want free and just government"President I is to be started. Its end is jI
deals with I' casts her into a magic sleep. She to 46 feet, flood stage.42 feet; Vicksburg !
Wilson at length I
cases, for the body to be shipped from Mexico City, April I.-The breaking dreams a wonderful dream wherein I'problematical. I 52 or slightly over, flood stag .

that coantry, it will be impracticablefor Roosevelt or third party trusts program outlined, regarding ,off of all negotiations for peace with the bisque and wooden creations ,of I Proposed Measures. 46 feet; Batan Rouge, La., 32.2 tr e .

tit family to sake definite arrangeiaents in the regulation that the as in Zapata has forced the government to the Toy-shop come to life and many I Among the measures in sight now 33.3 feet, flood stage 28 feet; New Orleans

for its reception in N w platform party mobilize a strong force for .a campaign strange adventures befall herself and .are'the following: between April 20 and April 3t
:th last election. A
York or prepare for the funeral It eparty presidentian new"(; against the southern rebels. the toys before morning light scat- |i A bill for, State-wide Sunday base and at up-river station correspondingly -

baa been virtually arranged to have platform legalizes monopoly. t'This has been done in spite of the fact ters thecharm. I earlier." ]
President Wilson "You ball.The dI1j
the 'funeral services conducted in the says, can that rebel successes in the north have national constitution amend ,. }
CUtredral of' St. John, the Divine not use monopolies to serve free peo-. made imperative the despatch of a ment for the direct election of United !
Miss Millie
An absolute should be Fi-Fi, a Parisian Doll,
church to which Mr. Morgan contributed pie. protest large part of the regular army to Smith. States Senators. ESTABLISHING SUPPLY STATIOJfWashington ,f
into the bands of the trustees. ,
its construction. put -
that for Florida.
heavy region. Woman suffrage
We don't want to live under such' Bonnie, who keeps the toys, Mrs. Jas.
I D. C., April L A
The war department says that the The convict lease system. .
phflanthrophy. Shall we try to get : will Laughlin, 3rd.Loosey I I State-wide comprehensive flood campaign wa j
BODY LEAVES ROME. government troops begin moving prohibition.A
': a doll, Mrs. Lee Miller
grip of from rag
a monopoly away our today into the districts infested byZapata's State highway system and a fifty outlined by Secretary Garrison in hit -'
Ink Spot, a black doll, Miss, Virginia
lives shall not?
or, we report to the President
!II before to
followers. This concentration million-dollar bond issue for good :
New yom, April 2, (Wednesday Badger. started to Washington from Cincinnati.
will continue until
an of roads.
1:30 !) It is reported at this I army BoPeep, Miss Claire Robinson, I
m This .
..a. HAYWOOD- SENTENCED TO 'SIX .10,000, men has ,been gathered.. Aur&a ,The abolition of the fee system. proposed plan is to establish
'of ,. Pierpont a Witch-Fairy, Miss Margaret -
hour that"the body ; NmS-tN'-'J
M t. a flowingbase
at St.
; Gen. Pascual Orzoco, Jr., and many The short ballot system for the Louieanother
1 sent to Naples on a t Drennen.
Morgan was of his old chiefs will in at Louisville and'a third 4ft :
participate State. '
Doll Miss Sara Slemons.
shortly Talking
train before midnightThe ,
special N. J. March 31.-Wil- Cincinnati
Patterson, the southern campaign. The 4
creation of service
a public
taken i I II Doll Miss Robinson.
it was reported, was Lap Mary
body, '
liam D. of the
Haywood, organizer I Press dispatches which arrived commission. Naval officers and men will be cos-
where Man-in-the-Moon Mr. John
secretly from the Grand Hotel, I Cheney.
Industrial Workers of the World, was early today from Huaultla, broughtthe Prince Charter bills for various cities, including centrated at St Louis and an arznj .
the' financier died. sentenced to six months in the county report that Pascual Orozco Sr. Lolly-Pop, a gentleman contingent at Louisville. Both an
commission char-
this Mr. L B. Fort.Capt government
It has been impossible up to jail today in connection with a gather- was not killed by Zapata, as was previously I ters for Pensacola and Jacksonville: to be provided for with steamers-and J
Barnacle sailor Doll Mr. David
hour to verify this report. a
ing of strikers yesterday at LaFayetteOval stated, but was kept closely I Rogers. and .probably Tampa.A barges. They will be able to 'mo* .

here. He came here in connection guarded in that vicinity. bill providing for commission to any threatened area along tbf '
Tack Hammer the
who had with the silk mill worker's strike.A Toymaker, Mr. river.
Perhaps no man living as The followers of Zapata have cir- Malcolm Stewart. government in any town of the State
much of other people's money placed condition chargethat of'causing unlawful I culated manifestations
many repudiat- Lieut Tin Heart, a soldier doll, Mr. I that may care to adopt that form of
at his absolute disposal as J. P. Mora assemblage was lodged againsthim. I ing Huerta and Felix Diaz, and at the W. L Tilden. charter.A FEDERAL TROOPS DIVIDER .
On this he held for the
was same time calling on the people to The Sand-Man Mr. Cestia Lawton. bill allowing cities,to amend their
It is estimated that over $500,000000 ,- grand jury, the amount of his bail to support the Zapata movement
charters without going before the
Monterey Mexico L.Federal
Clowns, Mr. Hyatt and Mr. Randolph April
I be fixed later. Haywood pleaded not
to outside
belong corpora-
Robinson. Legislature, it being contended that troops commanded by Gen. Truer '
tions, was his to do with as he saw guilty to ,both charges. He was sent LOSS IN HAMILTON OHIO.
I u Chaperones, Mrs. G. H. Edwards, Mrs. half the time of each session is con- Aubert have been divided into twc
fit This statement is made on the to the county jail to begin sentence,
sumed in consideration
of local
H. L. Beeman. columns, one of which has left here i& '
authority of Wall street statisticians, but an appeal probably will be taken. Middletown, 0., April 1.-The storyof I the direction of Nuevo Loredo to

who declare that he could with a wave Haywood was given the maximum the disaster which has overtaken Colonial Bridesmaids. bills.An absence voting bill, 'allowing make an effort to recover the town

of his hand, start or stop the buyingof sentence with which disorderly conduct i Daytona has been featured but the Misses Dorothy Slemons, Anne Es- traveling men to vote by mail of Lampazos, Doctor Arroyo andSa-
used is his term telle Giles, Holt, Rita Lawton, Helen
number of the products punishable. During
of the disaster
any i story equally appalling Income Tax. binas Hidalgo. The other column hat
by the corporations which he dominated. he will have to work ten hours a which has visited the towns be- Drew, Gertrude Plaisted, Eloise Robinson
: Ethel Robertson and Mrs. E. The income tax may come up in or- departed for Saltillo to serve as A
at hard labor.One
low in the of the
Dayton valley Great this guard for the workmen
W. Lott der to place State on record although engaged jrf
the investigation of the hundred policemen, armed with
't During Miami River, is equally harrowing the amendment has already reconstruction of the National Ran-
Stanley Congressional committee, it riot guns, stretched a cordon around Miamisburg, a city of five thousand, Chaperone-Mrs. LeRoy Giles. .become part of the national constitution road.
developed that the entire cash balance police headquarters during the hear- Franklin, four thousand and Middle- China Dolls.

of the United States Steel Corporation ing. Fully 2,000 strikers and strike town, with sixteen thousand have all: Misses Adlee Davis, Mary Davis, by the vote of a sufficient num-
ber of other State Assemblies.The .
amounting to' something over sympathizers gathered outside the suffred severely. Hamilton the seat Berta Beacham, Rosina Jacocks, Cla- UNLUCKY AUTO OWNERS I

$70,000,000, was on deposit with J. building. So ugly appeared to be of Butler county, with a populationof ra Holland, Mary Rock, Vida. Miller, Federal primary will be con- -
sidered and the State committee
P. Morgan & Company. their mood that the police locked Hay- thirty-six thousand, has been practically and Mamie Thornton.ChaperoneMrs. probably Every man who owns an auto, will
will be asked to call
The. vast financial power of this ,wood in a cell at police headquarters, annihilated. Edwards. same. say amen to the following from tht ,
Pensions for teachers.
man can be judged when it is remem- I instead o flaking him to the county I Villages in the sixty-mile stretch I Paper Dolls. Jacksonville Metropolis:

bered that his was a private bank and i jail, until the crowd dispersed. from Dayton to the Ohio River have 1 Helen Warlow, Evelyn' Spencer, El- The Statenwhich proposed reapportionment of "Florida is one of the few States i m
the would with
la Taylor Slemons Johnson away which
not subject in any way to national, been practically destroyed. The sit Dorothy the / every department of the gev-

state, or local supervision or any I 'NEW BUILDINGS GOING UP nation in Hamilton stands out as appallingly -I Annita McChesney, Ruth Isaacson' Congressman-at-Large. ernment takes a crack at the autome
Sara Yancey and Lorena Walker. !I The State of West Florida may be bile In
constitutional authority whatsoever.As unique in the list of devastated II j owner. this commonwealth tfcq

great'as this steel deposit was Mr. J..A. Pruyn, is one of the New communities. Were is not for Chaperone-Mrs. Hauselt I I submitted to the people. state collects a tax from the man who "
The usual bills to increase the
it represented but a modicum of the York State men who has faith in the fact that Dayton with its greater Lire Letter Blocks. I powers happens to own the machine. Then the
I of the Railroad Commission.All .
money, belonging to someone else, Orlando real estate, and each winter population and manufacturing importance Bessie Allen, Madoline Allen, county in which he lives takes a tel

that Morgan held to do with according builds a good house or two. His latest stands at the apex of Southern Ernestine Pratt, Edna Beck, Grace I the reforms suggested in theGovernor's for the same reason. Not satisfied

is Warlow, Nannine Walker, Marie ; message, and those suggested with this burden the
to his pleasure. enterprise a two-story apartment Ohio industrial communities and city reaches out
Wall street authorities who were house on'Jackson street near Orange therefore overshadows the other Barksdale and Helen Hurlbut : that are not reforms. and claps on another assessment The '

well acquainted with Morgan, say avenue. The,building will be a modern j{ places flood stricken, the Hamilton Chaperone-Miss. Slemons. Fish bills, the division of counties result is that the automobile owners
land and other 'local
that he would seldom go upon the apartment house of two apart- visitation would alone command a Noah's Arc Animals. bills galore. have to pay dearly for owning and operating -

directorate of a compnay or corporation ments of six rooms and a bath to screaming headline in every news- Frog, Clarence Magruder; Owl, Jacksonville will have a large num machines in Florida. This it

which he could not dominate. The each apartment The frame is now paper in the land. William ,Lewter; Cat, Howard Phil- ber of measures, among them the both unfair and out of date. It shouty

result was that the various railroad I I up and Mr. Pruyn will have it completed lips; Dog, Clarence McKey; Pig, Bob city employees' insurance fund, the be made unlawful This state should

corporations and innumerable other before he leaves for the north. Overstreet; Monkey, Richard Wood I charter amendment, good roads, come to the fore and assess the auto.
bridge across the St John's River
companies who had him on their directorate I The building will be known as the to the Sentinel. ruff. mobile owner and tell the counties

deposited their money at Rensselear apartments. Louisville, April .-The flood in Chaperone-Mrs. Woodruff. f Torrens system advocated by real to It him alone. Just because a maa t

his bank.It I I the Ohio River is slowly moving down Butterfly Fairies. estate men and numerous' bills of a happens to be well ,fixed ,enough to

is calculated that the total of I I When a small man happens to get the river, but the crest is not expected Frances Jones, Marian Dow, Blanch I general nature. own an automobile does not meal

these cash deposits will exceed into a large position you can always to reach this city until tomorrow Solomon, Susie Bunch, Elva Lewter, that every division of the government

000,000 and this with the Steel $400'.1'I''hear him rattle.Insurance morning. A section of Louisville is Helen Ives, Josephine Mann, Lois Fuller I No other part of the United States should have the right to;>> hold hia

deposits carried the balance beyondthe under water. There has been heavy Laura ,Robinson, Hazel Over- offers the opportunities that the up."

$500,000,000 mark.It Real Estate Loans damage to property, but no lives were street, Julia Bunch, Florrie Bennett, South presents. Let our own people
was this stupendous sum, a private Rentals, Curtis & O'Neal, next Post. lost So far towns all the way from Rose Kanner, Naomi Walker, Viola the first to take advantage of WILLING TO ACCEPT TERMS.

working capital of other people's office. Cincinnati to Cairo are fighting des- Mann, Hildreth Badger, Carol Dow, Constantinople, April 1.-The'Turkish '

money which enabled Morgan to reign perately tonight to hold back the wa Ruth Lockhart, Gertrude Harvey, Hilda government today declared thai .

u the Czar of the money world at ings bronzes and antique art, including ter. Griffin, Helen Hoskins, Anna Jones,I son, Dorothy Fuller, Gladys Nye, Cornelia it unreservedly accepted the term

least in America, and made him one the famous Gainsborough Willie Beck, Corinne Walton, Alice Holland, Dorothy Estes, Gertrude of peace proposed by the Europeaa

of the commanding figures in European painting which he later turned over WEATHER REPORT. Hall, 'Mary Hand, Clan Harvey, Jones, Dorothy Hart, Glen Hol- powers. '

finance. to the Metropolitan Museum of ,Art Florida-Fair Wednesday and Lillian Jones, Ruth Thompson, Eileen land, Herberta Harvey, Georgia Mul- The foreign office handed the Ottoman

Testified before the Pujo committeein 1 I tin New York City. Thursday, increasing cloudiness. Vivian, Adelma Giles, Susie Jerniganand holland, Ellen Fuller, Cleo Swick, acceptance to the dean of tbs

1913 that there was no "Money Personally he was gruff, all busi- Antoinette Mayer.' Doretta Carey, Lucile Gissendaner, diplomatic corps this morning a*.

Trust" and could be none. I I ness; and kept string on every Bargain-Four quire box Stationery Flower Girl Calla Gissendaner. companied by an expression of thank

Made famous collections of paint- .venture be was concerned in. 35 cents Curtis A O'Neal I Janette Holland, Eleanor Thomp- Chaperone-Miss Kilmer. to the powers for their.meditation

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The Tavares Herald says: "In or-I Under the name of the Fl rida.West H
few dr to:.keep up with"the rapid development Coast,Hotel Mens' Association, lead
a Mechanic Whose Health
of our town, a bank has,been'ing hotel men of the West Coast have
Failed Made Both Ends Meet I.
By Good Husbandry. talked: of, with the result that the formed an organization the purpose Magnificent Showing of
comptroller has been served with of upbuilding hotel business
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am, a mechanic and four years '
proper papers by the Citizens Bank on that side of the Florida peninsular.
+ *go my healthfailed, making it im- of Eustis to locate a branch here, of The meeting took place in Clearwaterlast ,
jissible for me to work over four which we will tell you more later." Friday. New
five ,hours a day. Consequently, Spring Suits
'I had to find some' way to cut down ,
'fie high cost of living.. 'I"Will give
lau my plan to make both ends meet : t '
{ $.r a family of five; wife and,threeiildren 'andIlesses
and myself says a coney .
ondent to :the Country Gentleman. : ,
' ,, To begin with, we cut down thePause .
rent from fifteen dollars a '

.nth to ,sit dollars, by buying a J 11 East Pine Street WE ARE SHOEING A BEAUTIFUL ASSORTMENT OF ?; _
ialf home in the suburbs and pay- r! J SILKS'' AND SATINS, ALL COLORS, DRESS GOODS '

ig down two hundred dollars-the /' IN ALL THE LATEST PATTERNS FOR OLD AND

' Merest six on dollars the balance month.brings. We, our dos YOUNG. WHITE- CANVAS SHOES. THE DISPLAY
trjt to Prices Rea ona le and Work Cuarantee CONTAINS '
,vti 'order foodstuffs by telephone. Iotch . OF THE
,.. the market closely, and ean'aye SEASONS BEST AND LATEST CREATIONS, AND .

at least thirty per cent by doing Family Washing Specialty. Personal I ". IS WORTHY THE ATTENTION OF EVERY ORLANDO .
r mr shopping personally. We keep WOMAN. CALL IN AND
Arty laying hens, from which we getI I Supervision of all Work. i i WITH THE HIGH.CHARACTER OF OUR GARMENTS (
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{ Jir table and cooking use an average o AND THE REASONABLE
;*2555 eggs a year. Our winter sup- r. : .. '
r fly we preserve in water lass. In 8ay1ariar. I ,.
f e hatching son we sell on an
vrage of forty dollars' worth of : I
iggs for hatching, with the proceeds . Phone 195 Earner's
Y of-which we buy feed for a year for n : New York :

4e chickens. We also sell an average i T '.
tthirty: one dollars' worth of eggs _
t}( year to the local consumer, and

bye from fifteen to.thirty fowls. I Bargain Store" !
' We generally! buy our meat in,fifty I '
: fund lots from that part of the beef
down as the chuck, from which myI I iMIIIIIIIMIIIIMMIiMtttHIIIIIIIHIHItlllllllllt. '
If You Would be Posted be a Daily Visitor to this
Wife selects the tenderest morsels to CHAS. LORD J. N. BRADSHAW
Itoil and fry; the remainder she I

sews or roasts, and while sizzling &
Lord BradshawWe -
Hit, puts it in glass jars. When she : MMHIIIMIIIIIIIHM+ M ilHhTTTTft
I Ten per cent off on all linen and *
tants meat all she has to do is to,1
\ wish'to announce to our friends, and the public generally, Lace at Hamilton Dunn's. 1
pen one of those glass jars. The : 1913
r average cost of this meat is eight : that we have formed a partnership under the Models, ;

cents per pound-a saving of tit least I 1 above firm name, for a general .... "
"'ty per cent J. B. McKAY,
We have meat or eggs on our ta- : CONTRACTOR AND ,
Real Estate and Insurancebusiness r
life three times a day, two 'or three : BUILDER. .
Inds of vegetables, fruit, bread and I ,
Superintend AD
and are centrally located in a ground floor office at No. ,
litter ,
and pie and cake two or three Prices That Are an 1 ,
Imes a week. Everything is home- : 17 s. Orange Avenue, (formerly occupied by Hamilton & Dunn Ind eement. } f I
''L'de': and costs not'over $2.51 a week : All Work' Guaranteed. w
r. our family of five. Millinery), where we will be pleased to meet all our old friends -' I

M and to make new ones. MOTOCYCLES J
i Work has been started on the new :

o ys plant that is to be built by W. C.McClure : Our list of city and acreage property is surpassed by none, MliniHIMIIIIMMMMIIELIJAH Four H. P.Models $200.00 I
& Company, to which comjpny J ; l' ;
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was awarded the franchise to I and we have some exceptional bargains. COME AND SEE Us HAND I Models $250.00,

apply .St Petersburg- with gas. IThrough :I \ Lord & (Bradshaw Funeral and Embalmer Director, o. e. :::E3Upert

the efforts of the Village. I
improvement Association New Agus- I I ; 17 S. ,ORANGE AVL ORLANDO, FLA. ; I Hand Block'Pine St Phone 35illMllimilllHHMMil ORLANDO, FLA. Agent for Orange County
.* is, now enjoying'1 electric,lighted : '

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itrongiy advocated the iritellignt use| ke Crew AFAIR PROPOSITIONTO
Jf| good newspapers in schoolrooms,
colleges and libraries. The idea is NEW OPPORTUNITY: .
'becoming popular In the better ASSUME THAT YOU ARE .

'tchools of journalism current news ke Cream PRESENTS ITSELF AT CORNER OF AMELIA AND }
and current editorial discussion aswellas Trenton streets-two new and up-to-date and modem APPRECIATIVE OF THE VERY ;'
literary and dramatic reviews, are Is. bungalows and a corner lot near Lake Dot will be sold ..
Sow i regularly used. In high schools together or separate at prices too low to.mention here. BEST. WE ARE SPECIALISTS IN ..
progressive principles and superb, ke Cream Prices and also my reason for selling will be given upon J
Undents are finding the same prac-. MADE inspection of premises.. Cash or Terms. Fine opportunityfor Electrical Wireing and Motor Work v
tice stimulating and profitable. investment.. If not sold before May 1st,will be rented.
It is'recognized more and more that
pupils? .of a certain age dislike dry and keCieain' CLARENCE P. SMITHA NEWELL ELECTRICAL COMPANYARCADE
pedantic dissection of,,classics, while !'
responding to' the"'papal of 'power ; 1 / ,;
and beauty in,literature. It is also CreamREAL CHURCH ST. J :
ke is ordinarily'a
pin very small'i i
recognized that pupils,.are interestedin thing, but when it sticks in your tire t tIt i PHONE 280
the men, things and developmentsthat !!
amounts to a good deal Vulco-I Hand-I
their parents and:older relatives : Oscar
fiberine will stop pin or nail
and friends discuss and read about in keCreaffl' three instantly and prevent pune-I I ,

newspapers and magazines. Wher- CREAM : it demonstrated at the Hyer Stable,III & ;:tt ;
ever possible current news and opinions I corner Orange and Central evenues. j jI I r J,
I should be treated in schoolrooms I 1I Successor to E. Hand
CreamBEST I i
ke I
as illustrative or interpretive of certain DID YOU BUY II I II I TheBestistheCheapestSO ; ;
principles-moral, social, histor- FULL LINE OF COMPLETE '! .
overheard a prominent hardware! II i
"i real. dealer say this morning to a prominent -, HOUSE FUR- I GET THE BEST OF j
We teach civics, politics, economicsand lee CreamYOU I citizen of Orlando, I could have NTSHINGS I s
sociology in our secondary cchools bought land at $2.50 and $5.00 but 1 IiI .j

and colleges. Illustrations drawn I IJ' mAt the do time it he referred to I sold j COME IN AND SEE US I1 I Paints and Wall Paper .1.1i
from actual life are significant and '
for an Orlando man several hundred'
ke p
illuminating. What the case systemis acres"of land in Orange county for]-- .
in the teaching of law the use of EVER 'j- 'LOO.per itYe; ${he same land.if! now i I I 1 t. THE 19i2 WALL PAPER IN SAMPLES J F
sold in 10 and twenty sere tracts for:
fair and accurate newspapers, weeklies i $0,00 per acre, and is cheap at this t IS GRAND AND I WILL BE PLEASEDTO j
and magazines should be in the uke CreamTASTED riee. t MMIIIIIIHMMMMItllTHE 1 1I 1I I SHOW THEM. ALL YOU HAVE TO [ 1
teaching of civics and politics. What were the Orlando people buy- .
In libraries properly selected news aa I ne at that time? Gold mining stock., ,.,.- -. , DO IS TO TELEPHONE AND I WILL J r 1
I If you had bought land, you could t j I BRING THE SAMPLE TO YOUR HOME. /" \r J
papers, and magazines are in great I I ke Cream 'figure. your profit You knew some ..J,
demand. It is a legitimate 'demand time ago your profit on the mining! ONE ,CIGAR THAT : t
that should be encouraged. We can- stock, without having to figure on it.jIf. j ... / 1
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too much about ,our own AT .you have not yet bought some j GEO. A. BARKER r ,* PHONE:%68 !
not know :
Orlando or Orange county property, EVERYBODY LIKES
time and our own problems, and to there is still opportunities for large I ;
bring all knowledge to bear on cur: D Co. profits, and I can show you.I I .a i
Delaney ru -- --- --- -- --- ---------- -- -
will --
rent things, to show the relations between g make can you sell money you something but your gold that min-, - 1I
is to
past and present pro- ing stock will not buy it
mote true culture as well as sound Call and HAWLEY'SSTRAIGHTS I
see me.

progress in practical affairs. Watkins Quick Delivery Building Office over Avenue Dickson,,CARL Orlando, &JANSEN,Ives Fla., Orange, _. IM STYLES III I II S G MILLINERY

Dunedin wu saddened Sunday by The banks and the business men of -
the death of,Cot C. H. Gilchrist, one Phone 2 Orlando know me, if you do not, ask i
came" them.Shannibargers. Get the best at five !
of the; oldest citizens. He to lilllllllllllllllHIMi..
Florida twenty yean ago and finresided I cents, the next time you Laces Embroideries I
\ for bicycles and
in Palatka,where he engaged want to smoke-judge for ,
Board. of Trade sundries. ,
in the mercantile business'for eight The Jacksonville: yourself. t
yean."' He then moved to Dunedin, telegraphed their sympathy to the t and Dress Materials :
where he has been for the past twelveJean. I city of Dayton, Ohio; and asked that WANTED-Clean rags at this office ;
they be allowed to render help in the /
.time of''eed. I Made in Orlando and sold :
by an dealers..
Before you go away for the summer : : FRANK HYERS
order the Weekly Sentinel sent to your Keep your eye the advertisements I. Manufacturer of Artificial
address. It is the oldest, largest and which appear in the Sentinel- .
:\ Stone, Fancy Columns and illllHMMMMHMMMMlShannibarger'i
best paper in Orange county and'on1) they will keep you posted on the I Ornamental Work for Barclay Corsets
"new things just out" and enable you ;
Sixty-eight can of calery :were to purchase everything you buy with I Livingston and Railroad for bicycles and I

shipped from Sanford last week. forethought sundries. .'

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

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

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


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Reason Why Most '

A Good. Square Deal

People buy at Kincaid & Snow-

Is what we all want for
den is because they get an honest Y ;s s krV our

dollars worth .of merchandise for money.

i. You get one here. We carry -
every dollar they spend, they '

in Stock more Home Furnishings ,.
deal 1 Nofalse "
are given a square "
than any other ; two] furniture
promises no reckless advertising '
houses'in the city* :. }

no high prices.. '



Our Trust Is YoursOur

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

muck rake. The word trust has several meanings. The one we refer to means confidence, faith andre 4

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

Now is the time to ask for it. Your credit is good. Thisbig, building is packed with Furniture and I

stoves of'every description. ;.: 4 .. ... 3


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a: South '[Florida Sentinel Indications now are that a local B. W. Jones, the, Virginia ,correspondent -

MORNING AND WBBELT8UBSCUPTION bank will handle the sewer bond issue of Home and Faro, in .' " . .
and why not? Many an institution :::;
discussing the parcel post, refers especially .: .
RATESs I : in large cities that pose as a bond to the opportunity it furn- '; ". :' i I

house is not as rich in actual dollars' ishes for developing new traffic; .:t .
X' THE DAILY,SENTINEL as our local banks. Many a bond short distance as well long : '
One year ..........,. ..........$5.00 house possesses but little actual cash,, traffic. Mr. Jones believes as that distance this: "Two Beauties" '; < !

z &x Months ..............'.... 2J>0 but deal in bonds at great profit by for the of -
three Month ................. 1.25 of bondsat exchange productswill
bidding in a complete issue lead to the utilization of much .. i

By neat carrier in Orlando (0 cents per a fixed,figure, and then resell themat that on the farm'has been considered r
abnth. Daily and Sunday. an increased figure. This is legitimate worth little. It brings the farmer,

The Orlando Morning Sentinel can be found and has been the road to more over, into direct connection with The one deserves the other. You'll
ee talc in Orlando at CuriU A O'Neal' Book, many neat fortunes. There can be but his country merchant He tells of ,
r Ik>re., little doubt that the man who buys an instance. where the farmer tele-
f We trill appreciate prompt complaint if t Orlando bonds at par will inside of phoned to the merchant for a small satisfy one and she'll be satisfied !!

r ivery ta not properly made by our carriers. six months sell them at a neat pre- article to be sent out by parcel post.

Aderrttting rates will be furnished on ap- mium. Municipal bonds as a rule are The merchant, over the same line and with the other if you buy that solitaire
aikatlon. securities. Or-
among the preferred, in the same conversation, arrangedwith
THE WEEKLY SENTINEL lando with her wealth of taxable, the farmer to deliver him sev-
9tt year, by mail, portage paid ........$1.00. property and steady growth will appeal -! eral dozen eggs the next morning by at Evans. Small stones, large !
.,ldreu. THE SENTINEL prlaado
to solid men of means as securi-
parcel postThis
107 Court Street Arcade Building '
5 : Phone 24 ties worth having, and they will find a illustrates what can be done stones all at comparatively small'
ready market when presented at the all over the country. The farmers .
J. F. SCHUMANN. Editor cash window of the real investor. themselves must study this system
JOSIAH FEBM6, PrtprieUr. prices. Get the of her
There are three or four men in Or- with the idea of securing prompt at measure |

WEDNESDAY, APRIL 2ND, 1913. lando who could do a most profitable tention to their orders in the first

R f- --- --_.-. ---- business by forming a syndicate for place, and, in the second place, securing finger then come here for fair and

:; II you have a secret, don't chase bond underwriting. They could han prompt delivery of farm products I

wound urging everyone to keep ito dle these sewer bonds to the credit of that heretofore have not had a
the and to their own profit. They square dealing. \
_ -- -- city market worth giving any attention to.
Read, the classified columns. You could finance an interurban rail road This means the "utilization of ,

stay see something there that will in- with great ease by the process of waste," to use the words of the man- .. .

'teresIOU.. underwiting. Orlando bonds should agers of great manufacturing estab-

o II not go begging or be peddled. Thereis lishments; for instance, what was

f It is amusing to see an old pair of profit in them and Orlando moneyedmen once waste,in the manufacture of gas \

'k {100 mules pulling a $2000 automobile ought to have that profit has now come to be considered of more ,

out of the sand. The trouble is that real estate in value than the gas itself-coal tar, i

o Orlando is such a profitable investment coke and other byproducts.So I

i Unless you have the privilege of I that men of means give their it will be in time with the farm- TJI.vanstbe JewelerOPPOSITE

felling it, there is really no advantage whole attention to that; whereas if ers. The fruit that has been allowed

tl knowing a secret. they will ,just turn a part of their to rot on the ground, the berries thatit

o cash into bond investments they will did not pay to pick, eggs that could i t

t' Size does not cut much of a figure. discover that they have been allowingout not be gotten to market before they POST OFFICE

The sparrow went in at the same door side parties to get a rich lot of were spoiled-all now can be marketed -

'Ii the ark as the elephant. cream by way of investment bonds, in small quantities in the neighborhood -

i o that should have been kept at home. or with the country merchant. j
No fellow knows so well how to \-

nonage a wife and children as the old i' ORLANDO PUBLIC SCHOOLSOne REAL ESTATE MEN TOO SLOWA
bachelor who never had either.

'r o of the institutions that is con- gentleman from Michigan, who

If a man earns fifteen dollars per tributing more to the future good of has spent the winter in St. Peters-' C S

week and puts five in the bank, he is Orlando than any one other institutionin .burg, has been stopping in Orlando I
I lot a candidate for thl poor house. the city is the public school. Prof. i for a few days, says that much of the

o Coleman and his corps of teachers success of St. Petrsburg is due to the
George Maynar, a Worchester have toiled for six months with more efforts of the real estate men. They

Mass.) printer, eighty-four years of patience and no doubt more solici- look well to the development of the i

i' age, can read twenty-four languages.o tation for our youngsters, than we city along every line, and a real estate -
have manifested toward them. The exchange is, maintained, and in
t A national congress of mothers superintendent of schools and the Day
I the matter of extending and improv-
las. been held in Washington. Who teachers under him are of eminentlymore I ing streets extending street car lin'esetc. ,

coked after' the children? The importance to the communitythan ., they are the foremost pushers.In .

: "help?" any business man, and yet how other words, he says that they un- and W CafuVSilkHosicrv[

,. .o little interest we show in, them and derstand that if they would sell real \
Y By the time a man hunts a different the great' work they are accomplishing. -
estate they must make the city at-
climate in hopes of improving hiskealth EveningWear 4
tractive and desirable for people to
he is cutting out a large job c /
Few parents appreciate what it
live in and they set about this work I
,i for the climate. means to take these young minds and in a systematic manner. .*v
.r o pent up energies and direct them ,He also says that anyone who,will i
On next Tuesday the question of
along orderly and educational chan- read the St. Petersburg newspaperswill
} commission government will be sub- nels, developing their minds with .as see that the real estate agentsare

aitted to the voters of Tampa, for much magic as that displayed by nature the best advertisers in the city.
; Acceptance or rejection. in the of bud and
developing a That they keep up attractive and systematic J
o opening its eyes to,the great realitiesof advertising throughout thqyear .
Orlando is an excellent and beautiful the world. All honor to the public and all sales are reported in the Our Personal Guarantee

: town of strong banks, shrewd school teacher; and now during these newspapers, and all improvements are

lusiness men, fine churches and closing months of the term, when the by the exchange reported to the newspapers Accompanies Every Pair
Itool6, and ideal homes. teacher feels much anxiety for our
that the world is advised .
kept -
u u . . so _
children's creditable finishing of a what ThiS
of is going on. is
A Pittsburg woman testifying ins school year, let us give them both I quite different from Oralndo, where
Court said that her husband had not assistance and encouragement.
the real estate men do a little spas-
liven her a cent in a year. This accounts modic advertising and where' the Marion B. Ives

for Pittsburg having so many ,NEBRASKA MAN OFF COLOR newspaper men have to get out and
3 .
dig with a pick and crowbar, to find
z o That man J. E. Miller, of Lincoln, out about the improvements that are
men are born good, others Nebraska, who has been speding the going on in the city.

: lave goodness thrust upon them bytbituar'J" Petersburg all winter, and who has subscribers scattered through the

.j writers. gone back to the land of the jack rab- north where people like to keep post-

s o : bits only to write naughty things about ed on the doings in Orlando, and all Second FloorWILSON
"Baseball as-a Trade" is an editorial : Florida, should not venture so far these have friends, who might be-

caption in the Boston Globe. from the seat of all good things- come,interested.The .

Trade," forsooth! Why almost,every Lincoln, .Nebraska.The Sentinel is glad to freely. pub
American knows that baseball is high -
writer has seen that country lisp all improvements that are being
$. irt when worse things might truthfullyhave : made if parties will just advise us. SELECTS SUMMER

4 o been written of Nebraska than Orlando has a dozen or. more reliable HOME \

,: More people will turn and look at Mr. Miller has written with great and hustling real estate firms but ORLANDO
beautiful horse
moving gracefully
t coloring of Florida. the only men who are doing system- I
along the street than at the finest Real estate in the vicinity of the
Nebraska has however, developedinto atic advertising, and making it a part I
that trundled home of Winston Church Hill,
automobile overa. summer
ever a great state and Florida will of their business are the firms of Lord I BUSINESS COLLEGE
the novelist, be expected to take
pavementBilly develop into a great state. All the and Bradshaw, F. A. Lewter and !
upward turn. President Wilson
o knockers of the entire west cannot the Florida Real Estate and Invest an
Sunday, the base ball evangelit -' has decided to make that his summer I
stop the progress of Florida. Indeed, ment Company. Particularly, Lord
}, in a sermon to men, said: "Go- home. I
about next November when the north and Bradshaw carry regular advertis-
Jath was an old stiff, who went strutting Harlakendensen House, as the MODERN COURSES IN
west winds begin to blow across the ing. just the same as the merchant
.F up and down, blowing about his Churchill property is known, is a two-
plains and through Mr. Miller's whis- does, and this is what gets results. :
height and bravery. David called his story brick structure, situated on a I
Single and Double Entry Bookkeeping. Cor-
kers ,he will hearken to that still Orlando should grow, The real
Huff, and soaked the giant in the hill three miles beyond Windsor, Vt.!
small voice crying "go to Florida; go estate men should make an effort dur- j poration Bookkeeping, Banking, Shorthand,
lOCO, between' the lamps. He then It commands a view of the Connecticut
to Florida." Others have done as Mr. ing the summer to keep Orlando realty
took old Go's sword, cut off his block i. River valley and of the Green I Typewriting, Penmanship, Commercial Law,
Miller, others will. before the public. The Sentinel will
and the gang skiddooed." This is one Mountains.
help you in every legitimate way. I Commercial Arithmetic, Spelling and all
way, perhaps of converting men, more Between six and seven hundredacres
a often, entertains. TAMPA'S VOCATIONAL CENSUS of rolling farm land and frag- Branches of Civil Service.
0 rant pine groves give the estate the
7, I. L. Farris, of Jacksonville, claims Secretary Pawell has made some seclusion the President desires. Near': DAY AND NIGHT CLASSES
; to have pledges enough to insure his interesting figures with regard to there is any one question of pub- by is an artist colony, where Maxfield'

election as speaker of the house of vocations and population in Tampa, lic interest that a newspaper man Parrish, Kenyon Cox and others come
} representatives and Fred M. Hudson which ,indeed makes that progressiveand i should not attempt to give advice on during the summer, and where the Experienced Teachers in Charge. Diplomas

is confident he will be elected president growing city wear a business it is banking business, for if there i is late Augustus St. Gaudens, the sculptor Granted and Positions Secured for Gradu-

t, of the State' Senate. The Sen- aspect. any man on earth who has little busi-; spent many vacations. '1 ates.
Orlando can go them several better, ness with a bank, (except to pay an
a Knel would like to see Mr. H. J. Draneif On the estate are two seven-room
Lakeland, made president of the however, on several, lines. For instance occasional sight draft, it is the news- cottages, where the executive offices : Patronize Heme Institutions.For .

F Tampa shows four pawn shops paper'man.. can be established and where the Pres- ,
o for a population of near 50,000. Or- With these facts haunting us, we ident's attendants may live. A tennis :

Eat plenty of onions; keep the lando has no pawn shops. shall not attempt to give the mem- court adjoins the mansion house, and : Prices and Terms call on or address::

lames of onions continually permeat- Tampa's saloons and mail order bers of the legislature or Governor at the foot of the hill the Connecticut,f

iig the atmosphere, spread onions in houses rank fourth, in the vocational Trammell any advice on the subject. river offers opportunity for boating. ;

j the alleys, on the lawn and any other showing, while Orlando has none of The business men of the country can Manager Roberts said two men were_
these, for the 8000 of sober and industrious be depended upon to work this ont I rl Bnsffless ll
sl |lace where it might appear they looking at the place a week ago, but I [
citizens. without assistance and most of
our ,
would do good, and-we have it on the he did not know whom they were
Verily, Tampa is great, but Orlando'is the legislators are business men. .
authority of Dr. Mary Walker-they acting for until he received the telegram .
will dim contagious diseases out ofT greater.It today. ; 5)7ORLANDO
o. A lie is a lie, no matter what the i
toy city. Doesn't it beat all, the HAND BUILDS _
methods those Texas onion-growers is quieter in Mexico than it was, hue. lu.r.1 FLA.
employing for the promotion of but it is the place of the sword,and o .We do tfl kinds of lob'PI .

their ire business? I I the silence of the graveyard. Subscribe for The Sentinel Try us on your next Job. I l .

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rr We have a complete nw line Now about your Easter Shoes. ,t

I of Spring Hats for Ladles and We have the best that money 1 t

t'Misses, and will be glad' to show and experience can produce, and .1

them to you, even it your don't we dos- not try to see how much. ,t'
1Ih 1 buyr (but most of those why see profit we can make on them. _
them, boy.) No two hats alike, YOU WILL RECOGNIZE THE

and aO the shade and colors. EXTRA: VALUES IN THEM
WITH EVERY WOMAN IT IS NOT A QUESTION OF Be sure to]lock them over befcce AS SOON AS YOU SEE THEM. :-;
Sunday 1

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

);::')1 STORE IS THE PLACE TO BUY. WHY? BECAUSE OUR 1 straws and Panamas.. Also everything' needed in an

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

,''ti1 APPAREL FOR THE SEASON AND OUR SALESPEOPLEWILL : You will Deed some of these I will comeia i and make your

things for your Easter outfit wants konwn, we will try our
Look in before best to satisfy you.
nere buying
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J : I ? % FN. BO RDNl N,106 S. Orange eve." Orlando .

I Don't forget the old fashioned con- ABOUT HAND LAUNDRIES
cert at Cluett Hall next Saturday t .'
WADE night. Admission fifty cents: "Cleanliness is Next to Godliness""In I t MORE .,
ORLANDO.FLA. t! every thing excessive sanitary II OF 1
G. A. Galloway and family, of Ft. precautions" were the words of Dr.
Worth, Texas, who have spent sever- Wiley in an address before a National
al months in Orlando, left for the 'Civic Convention, in Washington, and
Mr. H. T. Howard, of Jacksonville, Lone Star State last night. one of the topics dwelt upon at considerable '
r was an Orlando visitor last night. length was the public laundry I
Mr. H. L Paramore, of Jackson- where come together,clothes from j YowelTsISA
: Mr. M. Chesley, of Brooklyn, is in ville, who for many years,resided in all classes of homes and from all :
the city on business and is stoppingat Orlando, and who is now on the road classes of people. i I
the San Juan. for a whole sale drug house, was in Here, disease germs find both a I
!I I the city yesterday.Miss lodgment and a field for dissemination. -

J. C. and L C. Watkins, of Greens-I' In large cities ladies from the
boro, N. C., are in the city for a few : Sophia Lnover and Miss Eliz- best homes in the city;: as committees :
days stay. abeth Lnover, of Scranton, Pa., are from the civic leagues go personally I
!i in the city as guests for a few days: to the laundries and inform them- BIG REMN I
G. E. German, of Pittsburg, Pa., is' and will take in the sights of the selves on conditions and the mannerof
in the city for a few days and win i,I City Beautiful. doing work and the sanitary con-
look over our farm land. .I}
I,f Beginning yesterday the Atlantic The hand laundry to a large extent

Mr. and Mrs G. W. Jenkins ,who i: Coast Line train No. 27, arrived, at has realized the situation. In the '1111111111'111 &
own a pretty winter home in Orlando:! 8:58 instead of 8:48: as heretofore. hands of reliable people these are ac- ,
started for their home in New York'I}I No. 84 reaches Orlando at 9:5' instead complishing much. By way of sani-
yesterday.Mr. I I10:11. : tary laundering Orlando has two. good This has been one of the most success-
I hand laundries. The Balarians are

W. U. Luther, one of the Sen- Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Dakin and Mr.I I'making a specialty of family washing, ful sales in the history of the store and
Mrs. Geo. and the neatness cleanliness aI
tinel's valued friends from Oviedo,:and F. Mowes,_winter guestsof and of
the Lake View, left this morning JI their place appeals to the housewife, '
in the
was city yesterday on I to make it more attractive we have
> business.'I(for;Daytona.'to: spend; few-days be- and if they shall keep this,up it will '
James Hathaway of Ketnucky is',fore departing for their, northern I relieve a long felt want; for the wash
looking over Orange county lands and homes. woman had gotten to be a bugbear.The added to this sale one lot ofLadies'

says that he tempted to try an Baylarians not only have a clean
orange grove. Work began yesterday on the white place but a clean price on family
brick building fronting on East ,washing and this will enable many'to White Shirt Waists
Mr. S. C. Boyleston, of Jacksonville, Church street, near the Berry shop, have their work done, who could not ,
who is officially 'connected with the which will be occupied by Mr. Berry afford to patronize the high priced
aperating department of the S. A. L and J. P. Holbrook as a garage for I i laundry and who do not feel like they

Ry., Co., was in the city over night. I I the famous Ford. want'[colored to washerwomen.put up with irresponsible Skirts and Linen Suits

Senator Gorsline who has been at Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Entrican and i
the Arcade all winter left last night son, Clifford, left last night for Chi- I P. A. Paulsen, of Howard City,
for Jacksonville where, he will take cago. They have purchased lots in I Mich., with his wife and son, left Or
boat today for his home in New York Orlando and Mr. Entrican expects to I lando for their home town yester At HALF PRICE
state. return the first of July and make im- day.
provements. The Sentinel will keep I 1
Mrs. Fannie.Golden/of Kansas, who them posted during their absence fromthe Mrs. John S. McEwan and little '
has been wintering at Tampa has city. son have returned from, Panama, See Display on Second Floor.
started on the, homeward journey and where they have been visiting for
stopped oft to enjoy beautiful Orlandofor I Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Walker, and I two weeks past.
a few days. daughter, who spend their winters in I iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiininiii ii I1111111111111111111111111
Orlando, left yesterday for their I Miss Lola Raysor of this city, who' (
home in Ripley, N. Y. Orlando has ; has been teaching in the Orlando High
Our good friend I. L. Isacson of
Lockhart, was in Orlando yesterdayand come to look upon them as a part of School, was successfully operated' on Come and choice and size. wont last
did not forget to call and see us. Orlando and naturally regrets to have for appendicitis at McEwan's San- nib, let our Ito long
We are always glad to see Mr. Isac them leave. The Weekly Sentinel willbe itarium Friday.-Ocala Star. J ,
son. a regular visitor to their northern .
-; home. With entertainments at all four 111111111II1I111111111111111111111111111111111I11111111111 111111111111111
play houses last night Orlandoites
Mr. J. A. Finland, of Idaho is in th
e Dr. S. Miles Robinson, Homeo were well entertained. ,Several thou
city and will spend some time look I pathic physician, who has been located and ,people visited,the opera houses
ing the city over. He has.been in at the Greylynne, 5 E. ,Robinson last nightJohn The White StoreillMillllllMIIIMIIMIMIIMMIMIillllilMHif
Florida a month and is of the opinion I Ave., has moved to the St. Big
that he would prfer Florida to Idaho
Charles Hotel where he can be reached Glendenning, of Geneva, Ind,
as a place to live. by telephone (No. 165)). At his office who has spent four months in Orlando
Orange avenue and Church street, he started for the north last night, '
Shanibarfer'8 for bicycles and can be found from nine to eleven a. but says he will be back next winter HIIIIIIIIII
Sundries. tf,I m., one to three p. m. Telephone 553. and that he means to have an orange

grove. The Palatka potato section is aboutto
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MMIMUMMMMMimiilllMIMII come into its own for another year
Mr. and Mrs. Harrington Adams, with a bumper crop, the digging and i
who have spent the past fortnight in shipping of which began last week.
MANHATTAN the city directing the rehearsals: The rains of the early part of last
Fi-Fi, left last night for Anniston, week, while severe, did not cause the Everything New I
Ala. Both Mr. and Mrs. Adams have damage anticipated, and the farmers t
made many friends in our city who with maturing crops will soon be
SHIRTS hope they may return at some future strictly in it Federal Point was the
time. first to make shipments this yearas
this is one of the best drained of IN LACES, EMBROIDERIES, SHIRTS, ,KI-

James R., Thornton, representativeof all the potato section; little, if any MONAS, UNDERWEAR. HEADQUARTERS ;
Are recognized as the BEST, thereforewe the S. P. Richards Company,whole- damage has been noticed Palatka FOR HOUSEHOLD GOODS AND SCHOOL
carry them. Our last shipment consists sale paper house of Atlanta, Ga., is News. SUPPLIES.McCULLOCH'S.
of the very latest patterns and designs in in the city on business. Mr. thorn-
extra LONG and SHORT sleeve lengths.We ton has been with this house for .
We have heard all sorts of criti-
are ready for your inspection.SCRUGGS twenty years and has been a most
I cisms directed against the new nick-
faithful man. els; we have heard them denouncedas
the homeliest coins that were ever
& DICKSON The curate of a large and fashion- issued from the United States mint; 'DEPARTMENT STOREOPPOSITE
able church was endeavoring to teach! but we have never yet heard of a man
the significance of white to a Sunday who thinks them so homely he won't POST OFFICE ,
school class. "Why" said he, "does a accept one of them when it is offered.
THE MEN'S OUTFITTERSAgents bride invariably desire to be clothed -Utica Observer.
Hats I in white at her marriage?" As none 0 CALL and BE CONVINCED
Dunlap "
'answered, he explained. "White, ..
THE HOHI OF HART SCHAFFNER ft: MARX said he, "stands for joy and the weeding Inspect Shannibarger's big stock of "LOWEST PRICES ALWAYS" ;
CLOTHING day is the most joyous of a wo Bicycle: tires.Subscribe. ,
i' man's life." A small boy querried,
iiiiiiimiiiiiiiiimmiMMH ,"Why do the men all wear black" for the Sentinel. /,

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\ brought the skiff_to the edge of the CLASSIFIED.Bnriissi J -, : i.. . .... IMIMMMMMI
Beldetlseldeilled fiii;:
reached out and, grasped
porch and he
TIE 'ORiAMBLI''COrT the j4dge. 'In another instant 'he"'wa ttseslnrtseelive&aftet'W; o'ckck, r.
mttsfht, wa he run in tie "Too Late \
standing on the boards. ankle deep un to Classify1? eeiumnv. ,

t erwater,' ttt making faint the painterof Boosters of five.lines,.or less-. p-
} E the skiff to the l"oIUi"., Bnaicately words--one tine,; 25
As'he turned from tub task the door cents; three times 50 cents one week

opened behind him and revealed the (surdafly aad one weekly editions)' t 10.000 'Bn ck Users

girl of the balcony standing there. $1.00fone month,. $3.00. ;
of a Rescue
The Story brow.Brown 'as Her a'skin berry was were deep hair cream, eyes, with ana For Rent-Biz: room BOOM $10.00

a powdering of .golden ,freckles acrov per month, also famished rooms .

CLAIU55A'M' CKIE her lovely face. Even in that moment; I cheap 289 Wilt Pine II
of danger Davis Emery realized b.r Every One a BUICK BOOSTER
beauty, and he drew a sharp breath of FOR SALE-Small seedling orange

the admiration. But the girl's ,voice soft trees in any quantity at five cents
Klttredge} leaned oyer
,Louder: scrutintaed the Inquiring( and cultivated, brought him back tn each. G. T. HULL,
fence and the of the situation."If .
urgency Pine Castle road.
fishing rods and
stranger who carried you have come to help us," she -- .

basket "What sa-ayr he drawled. said quickly, "you can best do it by FOR SALE-Good Horse, 'Carriage' .
and Harness. For work dmine.
hand around a on
cupping one keeping us 'out of the channel-if you
Apply to Wm. Halloway., Win ')
large and leathery ear. can. ter Park, Fla. 12t
"I asked If' there was good fishing: "I'll try," said Emery promptly.

;y ; la the lake," repeated the man pa '"Have you got; a heavy rope or'a chain BUY a lot in Thornton Park, a nice

gently I aboard-I mean'in the house?" suburb in east part of the city. Carl
"S mettmei there Is and sometimes "No, but there is one in ,my motor

there in't: returned Mr. Kittredge. boat See-it is in the same current FOR SALE-40 acres of,fine land in ,

with enigmatic smile. and will soon reach us! If you can get Volusia County, near station and BUICK"24'r

I "How's thatr aboard and start the engine you can fine lake; $500. Terms. J. B. McKay

"It all depends on Faustina Stand. easily'pull'us out of the current"By city. .

Ith" chuckled Leander. "It all depends the time she had finished speak
-, Faustina: ing Emery was back in the skiff and FOR RENT-Three new houses with ,
y on -
and bath. C. A.
"Win with his broken oar. It five rooms Hovey.
The, stranger looked puttied. paddling I away 3-28-tf
It Faustina Standish was a matter of minutes before he had

"She owns the lake and its her say boarded the ,large motorboat startedup For Sale-I corner lot, six roomhouse l There Is a certain prestige that owning your own ,

y so whether there's fish to be caught or the engine and caught np with the $1850.00, if taken before April :

act" brambly cottage. The,girl cheered him 209 West Pine. motor car gives you in your community. _::

' '"Oh, ,I 'didn't know it was private heartily u he passed :around to the '

property! The people at the hotel all rear of the building where he fastened I "

anyone could fish there." a gist ette.*. a Assisi! .. ti. bad FOR house SALE on -railroad 6% acres only with few five-room hundred There is a certain satisfaction in knowing yon town

"Belongs to Faustina. It's her say porch and. starting.uP the engine. once feet from stopping,place. ,Plenty,of a car that will take you anywhere and bring .-
Ica" more had the satisfaction of feelingthat shade and small shrubbery. Ten to

"Where'does she liter the cottage was drawing steadilyin twelve bearing orange trees, pears .. you back. It is this quality of dependability which
"Down in that brambly cottage at his wake-out of the current and to and other small fruits.jQ hunting -

t the shore now. In the winter time. ward'a low sandy shore. and fishing, and especially suited --- has put 110,000 Bricks on the road, and it is this
ate moves up to her house in the Tilkge. All at once a large black' face surmounted to those who come to Florida for the

- Some day Faustina '11 get ketch- by a bright bandanna ,turban winter access and like to town.the country J. P. life Perkins with, same quality of dependability which has madeeveryone '
'. td by a high tide or something and appeared! at one of the windows. Fla. General
'Orlando Delivery.
those Buick
110,000 Buick
: cottage and all 11 float off." Leander "Fo' de lan's sake. man. huccome yo* users a .

"" ihook with silent mirth. heah?" she demanded belligerently OAK HILL is the beautiful sub-dMan booster.

- "Tito! I thought it was a fresh water "Hev yo' ask Miss Faustiny yit?" to the Northeast of the city andI ,1\

lake." "I:'have Miss Faustina's permission ,still have some choice lots there.

- "If a bay-nothing more or less to..tow yon to safety," laughed Emery Carl Jensen. The Buick overhead valve motor has more power .

than a leetle salt,wate bay with,just heart y."Dat'a. .
the teeniest outlet to the 8 und.8undishe all right den. But dere' WANTED rent a four, five or per cubic inch of piston displacement than any 1
six-room house for the
owned the summer or i .
have if Faustina's always ., and she's folhses always tryin' to take libyertie to take care of a home for party going other type of motor ever built It costs Ito
bay and now i wid Miss Fanstiny, and her's only toe) north by a resonsible lady. Apply to us more ,
there that butts
lot a cottage down easy wid 'em. But dey don't git by Sentinel 27-4-t
make it but
costa less to it.
feet in the water sometimes. She and you run
me; no, sahr! Cleopatra withdrew her
= old black cook.
t that grampnssing brilliantly adorned head, and Emery FOR SALE-One second hand one-
Cleopatra have It all to themselves heard her clattering among the pot cylinder Cadallac fivepassengercar
A from June to October. and at a bargain. F. E. Haywood, ROADSTERS AND TOURING CARS
pans. Presently her voice sounded $950 TO $1650, F. 0. B.
"No l harm in asking permission to once more. Church Street Restaurant 28-3t ,
fishr ventured the stranger. And ORLANDO. Catalogue on Request.
"Man, ef yo' could manldge to git UI,
following Leander's guiding finger, he WANTED-Old Mirriors resllvered,
turned into another woody road that ashore down by high bar I could git a making them as good as new. New
mesa o' clams for dinnahr! she called! ones made to order by the latest improved .
led him down to the water's edge.Davis
French and damp
amicably."I'm process
In sheer admi
Emery paused under Miss Faustina's orders." proof backing put on them. Send t
ration of the tiny bay, perhaps a quar returned postal>> name and address to H. A.

tor of a mile in diameter lipped by a Emery. Royston, and I will call and take your ,Cook Automobile Co.I'
now white sandy beach with a back At that moment the girl appeared at order. Mar22lmTo
the back door. "I don't know how to
,, ground of gently sloping pastures __ ..
cedar clothed hillsides. Directly op thank yon for your kindness in rescu' Bent-at 808 West street, ten *

F polite'was a rift !n the white beach tag us," she said sincerely.If we had rooms more or Jess. Hot and cold Orlando, Florida

; that showed' the channel, with t dark gone on the rocks in the channel I am water, electric lights. Large gardenof

lim of the sound beyond. The sky afraid we would have fared badly fruit H. W. HOWARD. iI

yore was ,blue tint, and The the tide water bad reflected been an the unusually at When. 7- o'clock.our- -cottage cleopatra.'and suddenly. I drifted had Just oft WANTED-Teamster, several"Weeks' : : : : ::::: : :::::: ,:::::,:,::::::::::,,,:,:: : ::,:::, I:

high one, for bits of dried arisen and were upstairs. I thoughtwe work hauling oranges, good wages, !

iriftwood were floating away from the would simply float across the bay Inquire at 103 E. Robinson avenue,
The First Mountain
Ugh water mark. Long lines of dead to the other shore and we could easilybe Orlando, Florida. A. A. Gould.
A Munich has been searching
seaweed undulated with the swell of towed back from that olnt. so I paper
x the records of to discover who ,LIGHT THE
FOR SALE-New house
the ebbing tide. felt no alarm until I discovered with all modern were the first mountain climbers It
Nowhere'along the beach was therea were in the current and making for the improvements.
3000. Will take automobile in gives the palm to Moses for Ua ascent
sign of "brambly cottage" such as channel. part
a We owe a great deal to
your PATH TO
Leander Kittredge had 'described. pluck in getting us into smooth water' pay. Address Owner, care Sentinel of Mount Sinai and'rules,I out PROSPERITY I
Noah for his ascent of Mount Ararat
Not far from where he was standing "I'm mi/rhtv glad I happened along" WANTED.
because he made it in a boat There
however, there was a small building responded Emery "Now would it
not City lots in exchange for Upright
is sufficient evidence to show that the
whitewashed outside and in and Merchants
speck- be a good plan to beach the cottage 0" piano Used less than two months. ancients thought mountain climbing who use Electric Signs never lose
tossly clean. An indignant clucking
the sand here And
when the tide
from a nesting box in one corner revealed shifts late this afternoon it will I* I 6t Lock Box 144, Orlando. sheer madness. No one in the time of 'their way by choosing the wrong road to suc-

4 that this'was a chicken house comparatively easy, to tow it back to i l Horace or Polybius wanted to go cess. You simply cannot fail to attract new'
t, and it was evident that the tide bat For Exchange or Sale climbing for a summer holiday. A

lapped the floor of the building,' for Itt location with this. boat" For acreage or other property in Chinese emperor in the seventh century customers if you use an Electric Sign. It acts

the sand lay in little riffled, damp Faustina agreed heartily.and in an Oranp or Lake Counties for four was the first to make climbing
lines. other halt hour Emery bad skillfully dwellings in Pittsburgh, Pa. Houses fashionable in the east, but the first like an irresistible magnet, drawing all [the

If this was Faustina Standish's temporary maneuvered the brambly cottage to a binging ngs. Can good be rent handled All separate modern build-if de.aiied. true tourists in Europe seem to have trade within its reach: That is the reason
resting place not far froth
chicken house her brambly cottage . been Dante, Petrarch. and Leonard.I
the high bar which showed I they command the attention of buyers.
could not be far away. But look as a long Address F. JOSEPH RAEHN, Then came the Emperor MaximilianI I
3e mlgh Pp and down the beach he trip of mud flat in the falling tide mo.17-17 Orlando, Fla. ? who used to hunt In the mountains I

s : law,nothing leave'a'h SP of wet nand Cleopatra descended to the sand with near Innsbruck, and after him I For Store Owner
and glistening Pebbles. clam rake and basket on her arm and Lost -Between Orlando and Alta- Conrad von Gesner and Josias Simler I Ii Every
trudged to the mud flat monte, a lady's grey rain coat Return -
i, All at once Emery saw it in the most to Sentinel. l-4t i explored the Swiss mountains. But
unexpected place There, bobbin Emery assisted Faustina StandiSh to climbing for pleasure such as we knowit No matter how small his business, the Elec-
land, and when he had made both
drunkenly in the middle of the little XST--Sunday afternoon between today was not thought: of until quite /
'tric is the and
house, and motorboat secure beyondany Sign cheapest [most effective
Winter Park and Orlando
bay, was small. white cottage over- one top recently -
encroaching wa"e'be sat down.beside cover for automobile. Finder please
run with red roses. The water swashed advertising.
her on the sand and explainedhow ,return to Arcade and receive reward An Ancient Inspiration.
around the tiny porch and broke in he had happened to invade the 4.131 Artist-Here a cute little Inspiration Phone for our Sign Designer to call and'sub;:
white foam against the sides of the
shore of her little bay. Of course the that 1 thought worthy of preser mit sketch. '
building. From a small Iron chimney a
service he bad rendered her and the FOR RENT-Furnished house on lake /ation in crayon
I smoke poured forth as if had this unexpected hindered spirit of the adventure in 'which they Eola, by the month or year. Apply Editor after a hasty glance at the N No Trouble to Us-.-No Expense to.You.i .
the water not
trip on
had both taken a part rapidly promoted 315 E. Robinson, avenue. 3-31-2t; ,ketcht-Why. I've always supposed
the round of domestic duties. I
a friendship that was not bro that little inspiration was preserved in
; Up on a balcony above the porch a woman LOST-Sunday afternoon between
ken for months, and then fora 'Il-Cl veland Plain Dealer.
t .was sitting'compoeedly., reading many Winter Park and Orlando, one top .

' a There book. was only one thing for Davis Cleopatra most excellent presently reason.summoned theu: cover return for to Arcads automobile.and receive Finder reward.please -The-Riddle.- I i W Tm & lI T CO.

to an appetizing clambake, which combined His Daughter-Papa. did you knot i
Emery to do and that was to rescue afternoon between >
with the meal she bad been busily LOST-Sunday. mamma long before you married ner'
the damsel as quickly as possible. In Winter Park and Orlando, one top
Father Just between and
rounded out delightful you m.
preparing quite
order to do that'he' must have boat cover for automobile. Finder please COOK WITH GAS
morning.It my dear I don't know her yetChteagtNews.
fend looking about he soon made the return to Arcade and receive reward. L rIMMttitttltMllilillMttMltlllllMMMIiiiilitll
v was'sundown when the brainbli I
unpleasant discovery that there were
cottage was once more securely moore Lost Near the Country Club yes ..
4 three small boat
very capable looking -
above high water mark near its old terday, Persian'scarf.. Finder
adrift oa the bay. He raced madly np resting place. Davis Emery's perrai- please return to this office. 4.12t 4 I. t e t e e e t e e 1 --
: the shore and found nothing save a '
z. broken oar half burled In the silt 'don to fish in the bay contained many .FOR RENT-A new eight room house 4 I ADVERTISE . .J -' ---a7. .
grass. With'this in his hand he went added privileges, such as calling upon with all modern conveniences. Apply I IF YOU C'': ':I'11i::s l.1

u back to the! chicken coop and there Faustina Standish once in awhile and :to Chauncey Holt, 601 Magnolia street Want a ',Cook '

enjoying Cleopatra's culinary triumphs Apr. 2.1 w .' Want Partner '
: behind it. resting on the s'oplug' bank Model

were the outlines of a flat bottomed for.Cleopatra approved of Davis Cmry. WANTED business partner in a 1' Want a Situation Grocery'J

skiff beneath a covering of tarpaulinand manufacturing business with well I Want a Servant.Girl '

dried seaweed. His basket was empty and his lines established trade. Need more capital I 8 Want to Sell a Piano '
'! After tteen'minutes labor he had quite dry as he passed Leander Kit- and will take partner or will make la '. ? "
3 the covering cleared away and the tredge's, back fence at sunset Leanderwas with $15,000 to $20- I 8 Want to Sell a Carriage 18 West Church Street

boat afloat Rowlocks! there were there playing with an awkward 000 capita Plant up to date and in WanttoSeUTown'roperty .
long legged colt. excellent condition. Address Manu- Want to Sell YoUr Groceries '
none, but Emery could paddle even FANCY AND STAPLE GROCERIES. NEW AND
"Hev a good ketchr grinned Lean facturer, in care of Sentinel tf Sell Your Hardware '
Want to
:i with a broken oar,so he pushed off and : .

went bobbing slowly toward the brambly der sociably. 1 WANTED-Clean rags at this office. Want customers for Anything FRESHWe

: cottage which was also bobbingon Emery found himself smiling at Ii Advertise Daily in Thai Paper '
I Give Our Personal Attention to Our Customers and
sadden recollection "Very. he said.
the tide and headed straight for '
S Is the Way to Soeeeii
"Found Faustina and the brambly
the narrow wicked looking channel I Customers Guarantee Satisfaction and Prompt Delivery
Perhaps the girl had suddenly cottage, did yet 1 reckoned she'd let P.,1k Land S.le. Department .f tic Interior. Advertising Brings
thought of the channel for all at once ye fish-never heerd of her refusin; ..U. S. Land Office at Galneavi le. ,Florida, S Advertising Keeps Customers Give Us a Trial
: Marta 27, 1913. ---
., the anybody yet-but of course,, nobody i S Advertising Insures Sateen '
she arose and went to railing and Notice Ii'hereby given that, as directed by
leaned aid looted: long and anxiously ever knows what notion a woman'll the Commissioner of the General Land O%ce, .' Advertising Shows Energy '
I under provisions of Act of Congress approved Bros. ProprietorsHllilillilillllllllMIIMMtttllMliHIIIMlliMH
at the course of the cottage. She take into her bead |1 June 37. 19M (It Stats. (17), ,pursuant to AdNtWqShcnnPluctMtertiainl S Sightler ,

: aw Emery just then and in response "See you again.? said Emery in farewell the applieation of Homer A. Nicholson,,Serial Is "B!? S I ,J .-
No. 09782, we will offer at public sale to '+}
to his hall he beard a faint response. and as he walked nne through I'I the highest bidder, but at not less than J3.75 ", Advertise of Bud I
The current was stronger now, and the quiet woods he wondered if Faus per acre at 10 o'clock a. DL, on the 15th day 1S
of May 1913 at this office the following tract S Advertise Long
tina Standish would ever a no-
the of both cottage and skiff
a- speed I of land:
was accelerated so that Emery did not : tion" to like him better than anybody NWM of SEU, See. 14.T. 20 S. R. 82 E.. Advertise Wen

gain much on the little house but after she had even met and it turned out Tall Any Her. claiming adversely the above- ADVERTISEAtOnet '

: while his strong, steady persistent that Faustina did that very thing, ando described person land are advised to ale their claims S S BEAD THE i;S. mR THE IEW

strokes counted for results, and just when their friendship ended love begun ,,or for objections sale. on or before the time designated IN THE SENTINEL :

w whee be was beginning to M, the and remained ever after. HENRY & CHUBB Register. i S g 'd' I.S

f ,--- | SHIELDS WARREN, Receiver.

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'';Des Moines, Iowa, April 1-Colo- IF YOU WANT THE" LATEST

:nel' E. S. Earhart has just returned
:from California and other points in IN tJEWELRYMoney! f !
the west where he was looking for a i

.desirable business location, brings a THE LINE OF UP TO DATE DRY GOODS, CLOTHING, ,IJ
,discouraging story of conditions on

>'Colonel Earhart, until several .) DRESSES OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS COME TO B. SALO- Invested :With Us Is :
months ago claim agent for the Rock i Profitably Spent. Give', Us the )
:Jsland, has decided to settle in Iowa MON. SATISFACTION GUARANTEED OR MONEY .opportunityof Being the Source t
. and has.opened law offices in Young, i ?OTYour Supply. \ i

'erraan building. He too a Registerand REFUNDED.B. t You Cannot Judge Ue Unless i

Leader interviewer: You See What We Have, and '
"I visited Los Angeles, San Francisco We' are Always Glad To Show ,
,:Salt Lake City, Denver, besides Salomon Orlando .r I
several cities in my own state, including :, You.You
Cannot Judge Us Unless
Kansas City. None of them appealed ,
Make, or Need Anything In Our
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to me like Des Moines. The 4 tllllllllllllll.IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII
Line,' We Are Sure We Can
conditions on the coast are discouraging -
Please You. If You Don't Need : I
I took trips out of Los'Angelesto '
.r Anything, We Are Just As Glad t I
see the damage done to the orange I ,To Have You Come Into Our t'
', groves by the frost The sight was :. ''Store. r
depressing. I also saw the pathetic COMPANY'
i ..OUR : J
'bed lines' of San Francisco and the UD BANKTRUSTn WORK IS
discouraged armies of unemployed."The PROMPT AND ACCUR- ._, t
I" 'ATE '
ground for miles and miles is Y EVERYTHING IS
frostbitten .... GUARANTEED.Allen ,
covered with
oranges Capital art Sarptes awl Uadivifed,I.Profits $1ZOOII.NR I I
They are a dead loss,and while there'I
has been an effort by dishonest m- I Total Respites over Three- iarters of a MIII I.
mission men to work some of the fruit I ; "

off on the east, in most cases the fruit Report of the Condition of Orlando & C
is being left on the ground., to' rot', \ 'or to Bank* and Trust Co, Condensed .
make of it such other disposition. as I .
t,1_ I .. From Report to Comptroller I
may seem best Los Angeles was ,
crushed by the frost: When the';effects r. ,:=w t Feb. 4,1913RESOURCES JEWELERS

became known the city:for a time was b -+ .

stunned. On the coast,:the citrus crop 't J11r Loans and Discounts .....$393,161.05 Orlando Florida"

is a big thing. Everybody was look- TLlir Overdarfts .............. 193.3 ,
ing forward to a great crop in January ) r Stocks and Bonds ....... 26,018.33
and people were jubilant There Real Estate Furniture and __ .
= -- n. -- ------
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was a gayety and commercial buoy t Fixtures ... .......... 25,853.44 j
ancy that seemed to affect the very Cash on hand and in Banks 215,084.83

I_ air."Then came the announcement of $660,311.18 .

the frosts. The happiness of previous r LIABILITIES THE N W H TURB

weeks shrivelled up like the leaves 4 Capital Stock ...........$100,000.00 ;. :. ,
on the eucalyptus trees. People semm Surplus and Undivided

ed,crushed. It was as if some great ,I 4xProfits ... ........... 22,832.33
national calamity had befallen thepeople. Cor. South and Hughey Sts.
Deposits ... ..II .II ...II 537,41845
) A funeral gloom settled upon F t .. .
the city. There were no flagsat half $660,311.18 WE BUY FOR CASH AND SELL FOR CASH. WE .
mast nor panoplies of mourning, but KEEP OUR EXPENSES DOWN AND CONSEQUENTLY -
you half expected to see both, and to We invite the attention of our cna.s CAN KEEP OUR PRICES DOWN
have encountered them would have occasioned tomirs'and friends to our statement .
i no'surprise. :E en the spruce above and wish to assure them that Our Prone No. is '

.,and hemlock trees were toying brown ,, we appreciate their patronage and
but, they' will recover. ,The' orange' ask for a continuance of same.' And an Order will Have Prompt Attention, and will be
and the lemons are a loss. There is E-: I Don't forget that our deposits are Delivered to Any Part of the City.

nothing to take their places. In this ; insured.A .
country,'if corn'fails us, we can plow cordial invitation is extended to I t D. B. RAYBON, Proprietor ORLANDO, FLA.

the land. to wheat There is nothing S. S visitors in our city to call and openL ,

to take the place of the citrus fruits.; Uaftet! States Government State and County Depository. an account with IlL .. . .
It is all they have. The trees are not .I S S TI

damaged, and there is now and then a O : O limMMIHIIiiMtltilllllllllllHIIIMIIMIIIIttlThe
where the fruit OTR o s 7. r a '- -
escaped damage.

This is true in the..vicinity.. of, San Ber-, ..4 - lOIn'dino.San Francisco I --saw- the- bed'- "\, I Rl( l (ESTATE( fOR SALE[( : '. :

lines. People 'are pouring in there I::

from all'parts of, the country looking W. SLEMONS I.I.I.I.-. .'

for parations work for whieh'they the Panama expect exposition the pre- :: trend.of Orlando's Growth is ::

will open up. They have no place to - ::- Northeast Lewter's Addition and J ,
sleep, and they apply to the police .
stations and get a place just for the Sunshine Park are there. Near by : ,
is In
Stock Coming
wife and' babies. There are whole Our New Spring: is Paradise Hill. Let,me show, you

faimlies, men, ,women and childern. .
There is the man and the woman, both And we will offer to you a Choice Selection of High Class Goods :

apparently hardworking people, often .,.IN DRY GOODS, ALL THE STAPLE AND USEFUL
with one, two, three or more children GOODS as well as FANCY SILKS, and FINE DRESS GOODS, : :
clinging to the skirts as they I trudge HOSIERY IN'SILK LISLE AND COTTON. and the'Many. Ac- iF. A. LewterIHtlttfllMMMIiHIHMIItitlliilllitltil

through the :crowded down town ctssprief that Women Use..
streets gazing with open-eyed wonderat :'
the strange sights and scenes. Bargains Six Days in Every. Week '..- --' .- .- -_ -- ;

"Some of,them have staked their all '
t1' \ t
on the trip to San Francisco, expecting We carry all the time a large stock of SHOES of the best 4
to find immediate employment BRIGHAM & HILL
makes and newest styles. KING QUALITY MEN'S SHOES. i
the exposition grounds. There will be CRADDOCK TERRY'S WOMEN'S 'SHOES, AND CHILD- 4
work to do, of it But San "
: _Francisco has been set back by the unfavorable '
weather and then the
expo- SCHfOSSBROS. FINE SUITS FOR MEN at 15.09$20..
sition is yet two years away. There' and "$30.00 are unsurpassed for STYLE FIT AND I
will be.. plenty of work.t f There are $2U5.OO Orlando Stationery, Souvenir and Curio Store
acres gad.acres' to be. filled in .
and raked and rolled and platted.
There are buildings to be erected,

tracks to be laid and ditches to be .. .. . .. .
.AVfev.'- tt *-' .. ,>.,.,.,,' -... -. . '. d. -- 'I
made. There is an immense amountof -- UNDERTAKER ARMSTRONG

work to be done and San Franciscowill ,. '.
have to hustle to get it all out of W M.SLEMONSTHEOIKIAND The ARTISTIC PICTURE FRAMER of Orlando '
the 'way., but San Francisco. 'is not L I I
ready for.this w.ork-hungry tide of idle PINe STREeT
men and- i women' . ,that, ,'is increasing r ,
with the"'arrival of every train! -
. '
They give"them tickets for-a bed. .- - -- ..,... ,.J.I J, jo' .. ., u ' -- --
Long lines of tired, haggard and discouraged i } THE H. H. P. STRAIGHT i
men and, W9rngr, 'wait v for : '
; For Sale at all Cigar Stores' .
their turn. In the morning ,they go
,out:'and look' for work.: 'Late in 'the ROYAL PALM, -IN- Orlando's Newest Ciga r Made in Orlando.

day they come back for a ticket that "
will give them a chance to sleep on a BARBER SHOP FEEDFOR Havana and Florida' Wrappers ,

bench or,.a pallet or in the open. Some. : T ,CAR Y Try One and Be Convinced I I' :
of these' peoplewould gladly 'comeback I j Modern and Complete.

if they could. They are there in THAT EVERYBODY: Everything' new, individual HERMAN H. FINDER M'f''r ,
to the false lure of '
IS TALKING electric. attachments at' every
sunshine work and have 212 South Orange
plenty. They
left .
chair. No, stone ,has been "
escaped the chills of eastern winter, AMUT unturned to ,make, this shop LIVE STOCK
but they are unprepared for the pene- meet th erequirements of, the COMMERCIAL PRINTING *

trating the'city cold before of the.sundown fogs which like enfold somenaiueless ASK FL lEI8NSTUTION: i most particular. Plenty ofroom. We have" the best equipped print L J. Mustard, '

specter to benumb. the very .' Courteous attendants. LAUBACH ing plant' in the' city, for doing Commercial *"
:SEE: !ELIJAH WHITEHEAD, Work. 'Your order, large or
marrow and to freeze the last remnant
The Grain Man. small, is handled here by trained experts
'of'courage out-of the most hopeful" , THE CMiRormsr.
MAGRUDER Orange Are.. Orlando, Fla. 'Chirek; Street none 18 ; whose'knowledge'of printers -
., '. -- . ?" -'" .. art' is unquestioned. Accurate,
reliable service; prompt and courteous -
Patrons of the school here are .T :,.__ "' 1 treatment! : all, thaf why this' Manicure Pedicure Shampoo,
much ,of .. '
gratified over the prospects "
establishment has grown by leaps and Face and Scalp Massage I
a new high school building. Plans pose of'voting:'a sufficient bond issue .years to come. The present building 'A consignment of black bass fish is bounds.We -

have ,already .been placed I with an to carrjr on the \work.; This nev( will,be used as a grammar school and expected in St. Petersburg at an early want your Printing
architect who win work out the details bufldin&'will be most. modern, andelegantly :Win share a'portion of the bond Issuein date from the United States fisheries THE SENTINELS Parlor over Dickson & Ives store
and make an estimate, of the 'equipped and of ,sufficientcpacit :1 ;being renovated and ;made more bureau to be used in introducingthis and Central
corner Orange
cost The proposition will then_ ..,be toraccommodate the.;aottci-. comfortable=Artadir No\e in Tampa variety of fish in Salt Lake, I Phone 24. Court Street

submitted*** to the" *voters for'the,.P2I. patsd" ia we. inittendaACe., .for." !! I' ibaBe.' St. Ptersburg: Arcade Building Avenues. I

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Attracted by the whiteness of a ..
'Louis C. Massey President.
servant gfxf s Jdtchen tables and floors i-.

T. Pictra Wwlow. W .Pm. 1 Wafan En* GuU "I!1 I very nearly committed an unpardonable -
r Howard c. Babeock. Awl Cutter Stand A.Newell Au'Cbler tip : extravagance down in Florida," .
said good "Never until .
a housekeeper. '
,;: .
-> ,
: : .. ; .
I S4w tables and floors did I realize \

: : .a THESTATE .: : just how clean a kitchen can be. .... --'" ." or,'
Recklessly I planned to invite the girl

to feme North and work for me.

Before putting the fatal question I

BANK said:
u'By the way, Jennie, what do you f ,
scrub with?'

"Imagine bow I wilted when she "If I l -T [ MONEY"

: Orlando : said two, 'Oranges.and rub Just the wood.slice an There'is orangein

t nothing like it to take off the dirt.
"I should think not! And it had How'many times you have heard and

I t been on the tip of my tongue to offer possibly made that exclamation! and
ESTABLISHED! 1893 $25 a month to a girl who would require .. .

three dozen oranges a week to 1
scrub with.-New York Tirats "IT IS NOT WHAT YOU EARN BUT WHAT YOU
the oldest \Bank in Orlando has had nearly
twenty years of experience of banking in this THE PEOPLE'S EXCHANGE
',3 r section ol Florida. It offers its services to all wishing There is a Buyer For Every Foot of cents saved each day for ten years will ,

foa! Estate That's For Sale in
i to transact business with a bank carefully con- This City! give you a bank account of nearly half a

fleeted on conservative banking principles If you have money "tied up" in real \ thousand dollars, if your savings are deposited fiR

estate, a campaign of classified ad- "
c I vertising will untie the knot! ._.*. ....,- each month-.- with -
We draW (kfts'! on all parts of the world and buy --
.. . This city's real, estate is so valu-
Ul1..uJJ.a.i"r- able-its value 1 is
growing so assuredly -
i I I.* -v.i uumcstic -that a buyer can be.found who : I
". I will gladly pay a fair price for any
with include that is
Our correspondents, many others, property offered,
If he could be found, always through
r Park Bank New York; First National Four per cent interest compounded, quarterly
the National ne Insertion of an ad., the selling
Third National Bank, Atlanta; problem would be too easy to interest f upon Savings Accounts. $1 opens an .
Bank ;
p. grown-up; people. But a reasonable account. Open yours with us today!
Merchants-Mechanics National Bank, Baltimore; campaign of advertising will find him!!

Continental & Commercial National Bank Chicago: Try an ad. in the Business Booster
Classified Department today and get

a 'National Bank ol Commerce St. Louis. results. ....
i,r -
: Wf Pay 4 ftr ceit bterest ot sayings Accents GRAND THEATRE. \ ,

"As You Like It," will be given in '. ,., >" ',_ _ ,. ,. 0 : ",' ..: &." .j.7 >:, :-' .
-- three reels at the Grand today-a I >. ,> M'I -. .- .

LEAGUE ELECT OFFICERS I graph Company of this famous dramaof

the immotal Shakespeare.In .

'1 Reports Show Splendid Work Done! Yesterday afternoon in the attractive addition to this splendid feature, .
In First Tear j hall of the Drennen-Lattner Com- Pathe's Weekly will be shown, featuring -

The Civic League is entering into J pany an impromptu but thoroughly among its many' subjects of interest r
the second year of its existence in ,delightful recital of classical music Mutt and Jeff and the Inaugu.

Orlando, and with such a successful .was given. With the exception of Mr. ration of President Woodrow Wilson. NEWS FROM ALL PARTS OF : u
: record for the first and most difficult Drennen, whose voice always charms, This affords an unusual opportunityto I FLORIDA. I
term, that even a confirmed pessimist the other musicians, Mrs. E. C. Greenof everyone to see one of the richest
i' fail the programs that can be given. Plant City has bonded for $75,000,
could not to appreciate Ft. Wayne, Ind; Mrs. Olive thompson -
the and its E. the funds to, be used for paving, sew- COMPLETEs
good done by organization, of Brownsville, Pa.; and Mr.
t benefit to the city. W. Floyd, of Louisville, Ky., are visit LUCERNE THEATER erage and drainage.The K

At the annual meeting the follow tors to the city, and proved' them: Four Reels Today OFFASHIONAULE
ing officers were elected for the coming selves artists to the fullest meaningof "Big Double, Bill"Program relief fund raised by the city
1 of Jacksonville for the flood suffrers
r year: the word. \
Mrs. John T. Fuller president; Mrs.J. The splendid program included: "The Doctor's Photograph" ..Edison has reached over $1,500 and is hourly

C. Patterson, first vice-president; I The Rustle of Spring ......'..Mason A.most modern Drama increasing.
Mrs. J. N. Bradshaw, second vice-pres The Butterfly ..... ,.........Grieg ,The Prodigal Brother .. .. .....Pathe Spring
ident; Mrs. T. W. Mathews, recording Air de Ballet ..... ....Chaminade An excellent story portrayingscenes Horticulturists in this State are re-
secretary; Mrs. Frederick Bellows, Mrs. GreenA very amusing and full of joicing over the prospects of a bum-

corresponding secretary; Mrs. George Necklace of Love .........Kevin pathos. per crop season in early fruits, vegetables Styles
Newell, treasurer; and Mrs. C. D. Just a Wearyin' for You ....:Bond "Identical Identities" ...Essannay I and melons. The season is far

I Christ, auditor. AM 'Tis a Dream ........ .Hawley A comedy photographic:masterpiece in advance of the average year. 1
The reports made were most pleasing Mrs. ThompsonA A laugh in every moment. t-
; the treasurer announced a balance -' Dream of Paradise .........Gray "Extra Special Feature" The students of the Woman's Col

of over two hundred dollars in A Dream ... ..... ... ...... Bartlett "Beau Brummell" .. .; .....VitagraphAn lege in Tallahassee have planned to
the bank, and a committee reported The Holy City..............Adams excellent picture story portraying have field day on the 8th of April.
that the Tea and Rest Room had more Mr. Floyd the life of Beau'BrummelL The A full day's program has been an- AND

than paid expenses., A Board of Callirhoe ......... .....Chaminade most talked of man in all history..The nounced embracing every variety of

Charities has been established, also a Prelude ...... .......Rachmaninoff pink of perfection. Born in luxury, athletic contests. 11001
Housewives League, and much progress Mrs Green bred in opulence, he is reduced to I

toward the betterment of civic Unrequited ........................ poverty and dies on object of char-I The brush and woodenware factoryat
conditions generally has been ac om- Mr. Drennen ity. A marvellous production of: Tampa is ad active industry. The Straw ,
brushes are made from the fibre of
plished. "photo-play."
9.3 the saw-palmetto roots. Extensive
FROM PAPERS Don't miss this excellent program.
PICK-UPS improvements are going to be madeon
FOR JUST A FEW CENTS Pictures that postively have no '
the plant in a short time. Hats
And just think what a racket there
There are' hundreds of persons with will be when the Daughters of the Last week 4,640 quarts of strawberries -

something to sell that are only stopped Mexican Revolution begin to hold IT PAYS TOBE_ CLEAN. were shipped from Plant City ,I
from realizing a good profit by conventions. Jacksonville Times- which netted the growers $517.50. The

their delay in letting the public know Union. Philadelphia, April .-Harrison cucumbers, beans and potatoes, with

: about it Probably you have some- This year will be ,notable, among Brothers & Company, of this city have the berries shipped last week, brought
thing right now around your house or for 100 cent increase offered to give in their the Plant .
other things, a per every man eMploy City growers $8,022.10.The Brown &
shop that you would like' to get rid 'in the number of our ex-presi- fifteen cents every time he takesa Lartigufe

t of. It's worth money to someone, but. dents.-Philadelphia North American. bath. Two-thirds of the 700 workers "Crooked Lake Anglers' Club"

not to you right now. President Woodrow Wilson says he at the plant already have accepted has been organized in Fort Meade.A ,
And thfrt'l someone who will give will-put none but progressive men on the offer. picturesque site has been selectedon
your real cash if you let them know The baths limited Crooked Lake which' to build
guard. Now is the time to become are to one a day on :
about it. That's where the Sentinelcan progressive.-Mobile Register. I for each employee, to be taken when a fine clubhouse. The structure will I
help you. A little ad in the Clas Prudent citizens should remember I going off duty at night The company cost about $2,500 and will be com-

lifted Columns will work wonders, that there is yet time to reduce their furnishes nickel-plated equipment, fortable and commodious.The ANNOUNCEMENt
And the cost is trifling. towels showers needles etc. SPECIAL[ [ [
incomes so as to avoid the tax.-New soap, .
Just telephone the Business Office
: York Mails When the bath is over the employeegets canning factory at Ruskin was
24 mail what have
bring or us you S check from the attendant and
The sure way to reform our prisonsis a in operation last week putting up
to offer.. to fill them full of enterprising busi- at the end of the week he cashes themin kraut and pickling beets. A large

You'll Get Results-Sure! ness men.-Brooklyn Eagle. at fifteen cents apiece.It force were at work and the product
... Rowlandtakes
John S.
r Why not give every eligible person is figured that if any of the men put up is said to have been of excellent -
V AT THE FAVORITE TODAY in Mexico a weey as provisional president adopt this plan the total cost .of the quality. It is likely the can- .
4 Crackerjack Reels 4 !-Wall Street Journal I concern in bonuses will be $32,700 a ning factory will be busy from now this means of announcing to his patrons

"The Strikebreaker" (Nestor) A Would Mr. Carnegie care to establish :year. The idea was suggested to the until the rainy season sets in. that beginning with

great Railroad Story. a 'pension fund for expresidentsof firm by Dr. Francis D. Patterson,
? "For the Love of Mike" (Rex) Mexico-Brooklyn Eagle. former chief of police surgeon of The Times-Union says: Harvard Monday Morning March 31
S Sidesplitting comedy. All the postmasters are in favor ofa Philadelphia, who has charge of the graduates assembled last night and : ,

S. "Father and Son" (Great Northern) six-year presidential term.-Charleston welfare department of the plant. enjoyed a merry and delightful evening I his of business will be number .
y Drama. News and Courier.: "Cheap insurance against sickness"is I at the Seminole Hotel, essembledas place
"Wild Flower of Pilo" (Fronteer)' what he calls the fifteen cent bath I they were at the annual dinner of

A Beautiful Story. ROLL CALL MEETING.The plan. the Harvard Club of Florida. Presi 17 Church Street r
"Below the Sea" (Great Northern)
** dent John J. Paul of Watertown pre-

Mf r Educational Roll Call meeting which the During one of the aviation meetsa sided at the dinner as toastmaster of in the store formerly occupied by J. T. Seegar.
the ad-
** Four great reels for small the dinner being givenin
f the evening,
ladies of the Missionary Society of young woman went through the
mission price of 5c. CIne of the private dining rooms of In addition to the large stock of groceries
I the First Baptist church held at the hangers under the guidance of a me-
Don't miss this peerless program. home of Mrs. A. J. Mostellar, was chanic. After asking all of the usual: the hotel. There were many friends. which he now has on Pine Street, he has
2 to 5 and 6:45 to 10
Open p. m. reminis-
much enjoyed by all present It was foolish questions that aviators and the hotel of There were life many and the even- purchased the Seegar stock and will consoli--
THE NEWEST THINGS OUT gratifying to hear responses by suit- their assistants have to answer during censes college
above, stated in the Church
In Cow Boy and Indian Suits. Boya able quotations from a large majorityof i a tour of inspection she wanted to I ing was spent delightfully"JERSEY date them as

Bathing Suits, One and Two Piece the members. We were also glad know:'"But what if your engine stopsin r Street room.,
Suit Bathing Shirts and Trunks 25, to hear of the improving health of our the air-what happens? Can't you I MILK COWS he wishes
To his former to take
I have few nice fresh patrons
a young
down? "That's
who has come the
;X 85 and 60c the suit State secretary, Rogers,
J. C. ANNO, been so very ill trouble," responded the willing guide. Jersey cows for sale. Can be seen at this means of thanking them for past favors

3 5t The Boys' Clothier Our committee on refreshmnts, Mrs. "There arenow three men up in the my house. A.north'T. FULLER Magnolia, Orlando.I avenue. :I and invites old and new customers to cometo
air in France with their .
Overstreet, Mrs. A. Y. Fuller, Mrs. engines
of business.
stopped. They can't get down and his new place
Money to loan on improved property. Lucius served us abundantly to most
Patronize Sentinel advertiser
L I ._ & 1'. w.,. delicious cakes ,and ices. -- are, starving to death. .

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