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 5, 1913
Daily (except Monday)
normalized irregular
Physical Description:
1 v. : ;


Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
newspaper ( marcgt )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando
28.533611 x -81.375833 ( Place of Publication )


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

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i i ; S THE D 'L y"'sENtNEt


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




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4. There is dissension I HURT.Special .
New York, April -
to Tbt bentlneLCairo Special to the Sentinel. ; Special to the Sentinel. IMPORTANT MAT.

Franz the camp of Dr. Friedrich Ill., April 4.With the Madison, Wis., April 4.-Senator I I I Washington, D. C. April 4.-Japan t'. TER. Marshal to the, Texas Sentinel, April 4.-One fire.

guage standing at the dangerouslyhigh LaFollette in a signed editorial his ; has protested to the .United States man was killed and
From all appearances, and from point of 64.7 feet, the levees (in magazine today, advises all progressives against the proposed California alien two other thane
what'the Berlin tuberculosis special- I, Orlando, Fla., April 4, 1913. employees on the Texas & Pacific
Cairo are still standing intack. Ev of all brands I
-Republicans, law. Baron Chinda
Japanese ambassador -
lit said last night, the line of cleavage I Editor Sentinel: passenger train were seriously! l hurt
ery foot of the big levee system Is Democrats, or Bull Moose, to get together called at the State depart.
I today when
article !in of
leaves him on one side of the line i an your paper part the train over.
being patrolled by watchmen and thearmy and support President Wilson ( meet today and had a long and earnest .
of April 4th headed turned by a landslide
and Dr. A. C, H. Friedman, Charles "Fruit in Miami cant of Proven
of laborers are scattered allover (in carrying out his progressive conference with Secretary Bryan "
E. Finlty Dr. M. A Sturm, Charlesde I Far In Advance In this article, we cal, Ia.
the entire system strengtheningit ;II measures and let politics of 1916 wait After the conference, Mr. Bryan ad notice No
Vidal Hundt and various camp followers I Judge Worley failed to find passengers! were hurt. The re*
at every possible point. At one until later milted the objection of the Japan-
the other side. any orange or grapefruit on the) cent heavy rains In northern Louis-
It on exceeding German point In Gln.Clty, the water was one I I He declares this Is the time for tie was known to this government Went Coast or further north than ana, which caused great
was a property
angry foot and a half above the levee prop minority1 to show real statesmanshipby two weeks Secretary Bryan
scientist who paced the floor In his ago. I Dade county on th.a.t: Coast, while damage Is thought to have loosened
er, It being held back only by bulk. supporting measures which the said negotiations are still In the conversational in Dade the the earth in the r
apartment In the Hotel Ansonla last county grapefruit Is railroad embank
heading. people demand and wants all The .
night and asserted that hereafter he progressives stage proposed protest large as hen's eggs, and the orange ment and caused the slide.
Some seep water came through pledged to carry out and from Japan in some quarters trees are in full bloom. This does
"stood alone""I not
Fourteenth street and this gave the not hamper the administration !in order was construed to nidicate that Japan' i
; tell
when he
made this BAZAAR.
wipe my hands of all associates 'I discovery, but
i flood committee some uneasiness for to secure partisan advantage. believes there is to be given a new
The "I have any one knows in this of the -
snapped no associates part
the time, but that was soon checked i I I policy by this government, affecting(
State the Our
In this matter and I have no orange trees bloomed from Catholic friends are doing
is reported to be ''I
and the spot now I foreign relations under which it will'
friends who are authorized to speak favorable condition. TURN THE WATER ON six weeks to two months ago I II i I themselves proud in their bazaar. The
in j be possible to obtain concessions I I have been going to Miami '' ladies have employed their
for me. I have been misrepresent I I for inventive
The is still general that the
ed. Orlando Is notoriously deficient i in which are not obtainable under the t, many years, before any grapefruittrees I'I genius and energies in decorating of
(is safe from waters but any'
Dr. Sturm, who has been particularly city would render the situation public watering places. The one on policy of Roosevelt but was later ',, had been set out in Dade sour the old Hyer barn until,, it looks like
heavy !
attentive to Dr. Friedman, since Mail Church street which has been of great adopted by Taft Mr. Bryan declined I I ty, and I have gone down every yearI a California law maze. *
extremely dangrous. service
the latter man took a suite at the established the convenience to farmers coming to to state whether or not there has :1 I the latter part of March after all our In this room thus made attractive,
was by government town has been abandoned and been any communication with then ., trees had finished they have erected
Ansonia, saw the livid anger in the Launches carried the not one : blooming and found I a half dozen booths
face of the Berlin doctor and left the today. remains where a horse or a dog ca Governor of California concerningthe the trees there just starting to in which are exhibited for sale many '
Mounds while
bound to
north alien land law. It is considered I I
room. Hundt, Dr. Friadmann's secretary get a drink except that one maintained bloom. I can prove this by a great I beautiful and useful articles. Thee
th south bound mail matter was ..sentto
tried to calm him. The Wycliffe, Ky. by an enterprising and humane likely, however, that the Japaneseobjections I I I many other people, and also by somof ladies have taken great pains to provide .

failed. Dr. Vriedmann was effoI citizen on West Livingston' avenue, have been communicated! I the best growers there. It is a articles that will meet the fancy
warpath and was not to be checked. The breaking of Cairo the from drainage muchhigher I where a cement tank with a faucet to the California authorities. Japan I well known fact that the fruit in of ladies and children and the room,
trict levee saved a
Dr. A.. C. H. Friedmann was not stage. Because that part of and a cup, enables people to drink and has simply raised the old objectionthat i I I Dade county is later than the fruiton last night was thronged with interested .

present He has 'taken a separate I a cement trough enables animals to any discrimination is a violation the West Coast. people Many I little maidens
Paducah in i
the water which passed of the between the United i'
quench their thirst treaty My idea in this are feeling a deep interest in
suite in the An. hour or the district I 'I answering article the doll
Ohio, went through drainage I I
more earlier he had been asked where and into the Mississippi. I Not a place in the city provider States and Japan. is to wake up the people in Orange ;, contest today. Father Fox has kindly

for man or beast to drink. This will I county. The Dade named the doll
his brother might be found, as he The breaking of the West Hick- county people are a good old fashioned

was not in the hotel."I in will not j hardly tally with an up to date pro- FLOOD IN OLD KENTUCK. ,sufficiently wide awake to want to name, and locked the name securely
man Kentucky help I
don't know anything about his the Cairo situation. The mill sectionof i' gressive city, and is hardly humane. *"""""" j i I I change this law for their special benefit in his heart until the guessei

movements," he said. "Come back Hickman and about seven hundred If we'love the dumb animals let us Paducah, Ky., April 4.-This city ;! They will be able to ship their I are all in; then he will announce the

in an hour and I will see you." acres of land is all that has been inundated I provide for their comfort, and at thesame tonight is without lights and the water I fruit early and get good money forit I name which will make some little

Dr. Harry Benjamin, though spending by this levee giving way. time contribute to the comforts which earlier in the week flooded while the rest of us who have girl happy.

most of his time at the Ansonia, It is the government levee near of humanity. the lower parts of the city, today i I fruit just as early or earlier, will They are serving refreshments and

has lived at the Marseilles at One Hickman, which protects it If the flooded the retail district to such an I[have to sit down and wait until their are .doing a nice business and theii

Hundred and Third street and Broad Reel Foot Lake country in Tennessee CITY POWERS SHOULD BE ENLARGED extent that it partly .paralyzed busi-j i I fruit is gone.Remember i friends will be gratified. .

way since he said two weeks ago that should break, the situation in ,! ness. Three thousand prsons Judge Worley is a I

he had been treated Mr. I the sections of the representative from LETTER FROM
? -'S shabbily.! Cairo would ,be greatly helped.. ,The. inundated city to-* Miami, and avery AMBASSADOR
Hundt is living' in' an"apartment In commissary of the Cairo Flood Com i 5 There is every' teases to Believe I nighVare housed at a refugee camp I able talker. If he:can take that! PAGE.

Claremount'avenue.. As the situation mittee is serving over two thousand 1 that a law will be passed by the state' on the hills west of the city. The 1 much interest in the welfare of his i -

stood yesterday, Dr. F. F. Fried meals daily to the levee workmen, independent (legislature enlarging the powers of:'I stage here tonight at 7:30 o'clock was county, I don't see why the other Mr. Chas Lord, of this city, whosf

mann was occupying a three-room] of soldiers who are feeding cities and towns, enabling them to determine :'153.4 feet, twelve inches below the record I represntatives should not do as much I I wife is a neice of Hon. Walter HI
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suite at the Ansonia by himself.A. themselves.The I the form of government for:, mark of 1884, and the river was i for theirs. Page, appointee to the ambassadorship *

south-eastern Missouri is rapidly I themselves under which they wouldoperate. .' still rising. Electric lighting, power i I We wish tO'o quote part of Judge I of England, wired his congratulations

G...BRANHAM. JR., CUTS FOOT. being inundated, the water having I and gas have been shut down. A I Worley's article- ,;which he says "The ,l to Mr. Page and received ia

reached as far as Wyatt I The state. has outgrown that antiquated stage of 56 feet predicted for this ]I other sections will :not object to this I reply thereto, the following letter,

Mr. A. G. Branham, Jr., who is The relief work in charge of the notion that the city must go point would render the water',works !1 I earlier shipment on theTpart: of' Dade 1 which contains the. soul of Mr. Page!

employed at the A. C. L. freight depot government officer is well organizedand to the state legislature and get permission plant inoperative. I county, as their fruit will then be all i My Dear Charlie: '

met with a rather painful accident furnishing rations ,to many local before it can vote a bond or The newspapers of the city have i out of the way by the time fruit from Your hearty telegram pleases me

Thursday night, when walking refugees and doing rescue work with change the nature or number of men combined and on the second floor of i other sections gets on the market greatly. After all,. the best things

out into the ware room hurriedlyin steamboats in surrounding territory. who shall govern it a building on a street four feet underwater and the market will not be glutted." in life are sincere friendships; and '

the dark, struck his foot with considerable A general permissive statute is are operating with*the aid of This 'is all very true, at that rate now, when some of the newspapers

force against a bundle of needed. lamps, gasoline burners and job their fruit will be out of the way, are expressing pleasure that I ama

glass, cutting 'and bruising{ it quite Osman out on Bond. presses. Reporters are "covering"the of fruit simply from one county being man without fortune, feel richer

badly. The company's physician, Columbus, 0., April 4.-Oscar H. city in boats. The removal of, a 6n the market when they ship, than I ever dreamed of being-rich

McEwan, was called to dress the Osman, undertaker of this city, who DR. BLACKMAN TO SPEAK negro small, pox patient from his whereas, when the rest of us beginto in friends whose confidence and good '

wound and Mr. Branham will be confined was arrested today charged with taking flooded home today led to the report ship, there will be fifty times as wishes will sustain me in this big

to his home for several days. money from the body of Mrs. Sa An invitation to deliver the principal that he had been taken to the refugee mhuch fruit moved. Fruit from Dade new task.

rah Sovil, a flood victim, was re address at the commencementof
camp and caused considerable alarm county alone won't glut any market I do sincerely thank you.

leased on bond tonight and immediately the high school of St. Petersburghas until it was learned that the reportwas Now it is a well known fact among Yours gratefully,
AUTOED TO ORLANDO. was re-arrested for investigation. been accepted by Dr. Blackman,
untrue. Sergeant Stypert, U. S. the largest and successful dealers, WALTER H. PAGE.
This charge does not admit of president of Rollins College. He -will A. and other non-commissioned officers that the oranges in the lowlands of
Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Dillon of Atlanta bail. Two members of the Ohio Na deliver a special talk to the graduates

went to the relief of Brooke- Ft. Pierce in the Arnold-Morgan settlement Mr. Page is a man of liberal education

Mrs. V. T. Moody and 0. tional Guard said they witnessed the of the school the evening of May port, Ill., the town is cut off and was also Cocoa, Oak Hill, Manatee and broad experience and'will(

Hayes; of Orlando, who have been finding by Osman of $265 when Mrs. 16, in the Plaza theater. The commencement reported suffering for want of sup River section, Fort Myers and command respect abroad and reflect

spending the past few days in the Sovil's body was brought to Osman's this year promises to be plies. the shell hammock lands of Orange credit to the home government Mr.

city, the guests of W. H. Izzard, at undertaking establishment A son one of the best and most interesting county and Lake county, is the earliest Wilson is to be congratulated on

the Florida House, left this morningfor of the dead woman said he had reason that has been held. Four graduateswill fruit in the this wise selection.
groves State of Flor
Orlando in Mrs. Moody's car. to believe his mother had $500in speak, two to be selected by the MR. ELDREDGE IN TOWNMr. : ida.

Mrs. Moody runs her own car and is her possession when she was faculty and two by the graduating Gilbert A. Eldredge, of Cra w- I Yeurs GET TilE SENTINEL
I very truly, HABIT.Mr. .
familiar with the auto roads of the drowned. Osman admitted, the po- class. Music will be given between fordsville, Indiana, joined his wife in S. J. SLIGH
CO. -
State, having toured through various lice say, that he found about $265 speeches and the award of the diplomas this city Thursday and will spend a A. L LaHatt for the
parts of Florida.-St Augustine Rec month here when he and Mrs. Eld Dodson
on a corps and that it might have belonged afterward.-St Petersburg. Printers'
ord. redge will leave for their northern COLORED CHAUTAUQUA. Supply Company is in the
to Mrs. Sovil.ORLANDO'S Correspondence to Tampa Tribune. j city and will
carry away with hima
home. Mrs. Eldredge is one of our

POINT PLEASANT LEVEE regular winter residents, usually The colored citizens of Orlando are good order for supplies for the
CHARMING Sentinel this
GUESTS.Mr. BROKEN. spending six months in the city and is manifesting a great interest in this week re-
and Mrs. C. G. Welbourne, in a very popular lady. their first chautauqua and are doinga ceivd its first instalment of new ma
Miss Lollah Jerome, sister of Herbert their White chinery and will have
palatial big touring car Special to the Sentinel. Mr. Eldredge will be rememberedas good work. These chautauquaswill soon an equipment -

Jerome, of Plymouth, had been accompanied by three charming Cairo, 111., April 4.The levee at the entertainer who gave one of be found helpful to the colored equal to the Metropolitan of

missed for several days and upon young ladies, Miss Adel Fitzgerald, Point Pleasant, Mo., ninety miles below his characteristic entertainments in people and put them on a higher fice. The Sentinel is going to be one
search being made, she was found Miss Christine .Miss of the institutions that
Mahoney and Orlando citizens
Cairo, was reported broken tonight the Presbyterian church last spring plane of living. The Sentinel ,congratulates
dead in her home from the effects of Helen Woodward, all of Tampa will point to with
were nad this will relieve the situation while here. the colored population on pride. The
carbolic acid, which she had evidently ;in the city last night and Sentinel is here to boost
were registered the Orlando
somewhat at Cairo, but will law Mr. Eldredge has engagements the success of their maiden effort.
taken with suicidal intent A jury at Orlando's popular hotel, the and to help the good people of this
waste a great territory in Missouriand greater portion of the year with I I Last night Dr. Isaacs, of Nashville
from Apopka was empaneled and San Juan. beautiful city get the
most out of
Arkansas. winter lecture courses and summer Tenn., National secretary of the
went out and from the evidence, adduced The party had stopped at Lakeland life. We want the of
and Baptist
Chautauquas is one of the popular Young People's Union, gave
pronounced vrdict of deathat Bartow and Kissimmee th people. The
but LIFE SAVER FOUND. platform men. I a very interesting and instructive Sentinel should be

her own hands from poisoning "there is just one Orlando," was Manistee, Mich., April 4.-After The Sentinel hopes that some arrangement . lecture. in every home Get the habit of
with carbolic acid. their verdict reading the
thirty-six hours fight with the surf will be made whereby ]Mr. Sentinel and ponder well.
From here they go to St Augustine Ten cents a week including the Sunday
and ice, William Bruce, of the Point Eldredge give an entertainmentwhile DEATH OF
FLORIDANOTABLESFlorida : thence down the east coast and Sable life saving station, who at- in the city. % MRS. FJJLLER. issue is like putting ten cents

will return in about a week via Orlando The weekly in the savings bank. Try it
tempted to cross Hamlin river to do Eldridges rooms with Mrs.
and will then Caroline Fuller, wife of H. K.
entertains her full shareof spend more timein
Mrs. Bellows
carried number nine
patrol duty, was out into shelby Fuller former
notables. One of the latest is the City Beautiful* Lake Michigan by the flood waters street county commissioner, Vice-President James E Ingram,
Vincent Astor, son of John Jacob The Sentinel will endeavor to get reached here this afternoon. He is being died ,at the home of her daughter, of the Florida East Coast railway

Astor who was lost in the Titanic hold of the keys to the city and turn cared for at the local life saving WEATHER REPORT. Mrs; R. A. Ferris in Jacksonville, who has just returned to St Augustine

disaster last spring. them over to this party of splendid station. yesterday morning and her remains from an interesting trip through

Young Astor is Tarpon fishing at people upon their'return.. Florida-Generally fair Saturdayand will be brought back to Apopka for the Everglades canals and across the

Boca Grande and is hobnobbing at Insurance, Real Estate, Loans, Sunday. burial.afternoon The funeral will be Sunday lake to the new town site, says that

Tarpon Springs and Key West and is Bargains in Aligator Bags, Curtis Rentals, Curtis ft; O'Neal, next Poet Plenty of men and things seem I at 230. Okeechobee is the.coming metropolis J

favorably impressed with Florida. & O'Neal, next Post office. 4-5 tf ... until of the lower Kissimmee valley and
easy you try to do them. Subscribe to the Sentinel the great northern Everglades.t .

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WRIGHTS' GRANTED INJUNCTION way trains, two for elevated railways i DID YOU BUY?
" and four for trolley cars, with tWo OUR I overheard a prominent hardware
thirty-six foot driveways and two dealer say this morning to a promi-

Judge John R. Hazel in United eight-foot sidewalks. It_will,be,high fee CfeM- ,.-nent citizen of Orlando. , I could have
boaght-Iand-at .5t IT'S
$ and
States District Court granted the er.than any other bridge in the world . i*,-assac**,' ..,.* did not do it 5.00= FAIR PROPOSITION j
Wright Brothers' petition, for a permanent and will be exceeded in lnegth only NEW At the time he referred to I sold ji
injunction restraining Glenn by two other similar structures, the for an Orlando man several hundredurea
B. Curtis and others from manufacturing 9,900 feet, and the Firth of Tay bridg j I Ice CreamIS i f LOO .of per. land acre,in the Orange same land county is now for TO ASSUME THAT YOU ARE j

and selling aeroplanes, important Manhattan bridge over the river,! sold in 10 and twenty'acre tracts for ,
parts of which were allegedto 9,900 feet, and the Firth of Tay $30.00 per acre, and is cheap at this APPRECIATIVE OF THE VERY ,

have infringed on Wright patents. bridge in Scotland, 10,779 feet. price.What :
A I j jHYHRYfHllfi 1 I lee Cream were the Orlando people buy' BEST. WE ARE SPECIALISTS IN .
stay was granted by Judge Hazel ing at that time? Gold mining stock.
pending further appeal on the condition J MADE' If you had bought land, you could ,i 1 ;1
that the appeal be taken figure your profit. You knew some Electrical Wireing and Motor Work '
' time ago your profit, on the mining
promptly. 11 lee CreamFROM stock, without having to figure on it.
r The chief infringement alleged by iOrlando t 'If have not yet' bought some NEWELL ELECTRICAL COMPANY. !
the Wrights was upon attachmentsfor -IN- I or Orange county property,
maintaining equilibrium of the] there is still opportunities for large I ARCADE
I profits, and I can show
lee CreamREAL you.
machines while in On
flight the
I can sell you something that will CHURCH ST. ;'
Wright machine this is accomplishedby FEEDFOR make you money, but your gold min- : i
a warping of the planes by the ing stock win not buy it PHONE 280 jI
Call and _
operator and the use of horizontal see me. I
+ lee Cream I CARL JANSEN,
and vertical rudders, while on the'Curtiss Office over Dickson & Ives, Orange :
machine the same result was CREAM Avenue, Orlando, Fla. &p :
Secured, it was claimed, by ailerons,: The banks and the business men of I :
LIVE STOCK.LAUBACH Orlando know me, if you do not, ask ,
lee CreamBEST
or small auxiliary planes attached to them.
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Judge Hazel in his opinion holds aa _ M-_ a _ a a Best is the Cheapest !
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that the testimony of Curtiss himself!
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that the ailerones of his machines are SO GET THE BEST OF "
intended to preserve lateral balance i The Grain Man. I

,without part"the supports use of any the other claim elementor of Infringement "i dwrch Street, Phone 18 Ice Cream THE\ ONE CIGAR THAT : i Paints and Wall Paper j jo

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made by the Wrights. \ ; 4 j

"The defendants have embodied i in _ . "' . i EVER EVERYBODY LIKES : .:
their aeroplanes the various elementsof NOTICE 1; I SAMPLES
the claims in suit," Judge Hazel !. Curt .f tie County-Judjt, State of Florida i tee Cream IS GRAND AND I WILL BE PLEASED ;

decides. "While it is true that the In :re Estate of Jerome Palmer. : TASTED ---- 1 TO SHOW THEM. ALL YOU HAVE TO !

defendants have constructed their ma Orange Count,. i I .I I DO IS TO TELEPHONE AND I WILL
To all Creditors Legatees Distributees and HAWLEY'SSTRAIGHTS
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chines somewhat differently' from the all Person having Claims or Demands against i Cream BRING THE SAMPLE TO YOUR HOME.
complainants and do not at all times Said Estate: ;I ,
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you are hereby notified I .IU ....
operate the same on the Wright principle and required to present any claims and demands I AT .IU
which yon or either of you. may i I ____
yet the changes they have maden have against the estate of Jerome GEO. A. BARKER
their:'construction ',relate to form deceased late of Orange County, PHONE 268
the undersigned,administrator, said Palmer'l elane Co.L : Get the best cigar at five "
only within two years from the date hereofDated ru
April !. A. D. 1913. i : cents, the next time _.
you. = .
"They have constructed their ma A. G. BRANHAM I want to smoke - - --- - - _._--- -. .-- ._
, ,chine so that it is capable of restoring Admistrator. Orlando FU.j -judge for. U

equilibrium in substantially the IN CIRCUIT COURT SEVENTH [ [ I Quick Delivery yourself. I
same way as in the complainant's ma CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR : .
chine, and the evidence is that on occasions ORANGE MASTER'S COUNTY IN SALE.'CHANCERY Watkins BuildingPhone' .II ____ ".II IM l m IN I SPRING MILLINERY i

depending upon aerial con 2HttttmmimniHiiM: Made in Orlando and sold
ditions"and _other disturbances, they: Under and b, Virtue of a decree of foreclosure I by all dealers.
to sell granted by the Honorable .
use the vertical rudder, not only to James W. Perkins Judge of the Seventh I
Judicial .Circuit 'of->the State of',Florida, I
steeVthefr7machine, but'to assist.tJ i
e in ,
Orange county Chancery and a certain I! ---
ailerons in restoring balance." cause State pending Bank of in Orlando said ,Court a corporation wherein the is Before you'go away for the rammer tlMMMMMMMMMMIilTPARTIES Laces, Embroideries I I Ia
Complainant and W. S. Pounds is respondent 'order the Weekly Sentinel sent to your .
A GREAT BRIDGE 'this, the Court undersigned will sell Master to .the'in highest Chancery bidder of address. It ii the oldest, largest and t
The greatest suspension in i at public outcry in' front of the Court House best paper in Orange county,and only having on their premises and Dress Materials
bridge I ,
door iD Orlando Orange County Florida, young bulldog of tan color ,and
the world is planned to cross the j I during the legal hours of sale on Monday, - black face will please return him to
the Fifth day of May A. D., 191, it being
:North river from Fifty-seventh street,J I the first Monday' in the month and a legal 1 the undersigned and receive reward. .
Manhattan, to,the Boulevanrd, We I sale day the following described property, John Murphy Schenley Place, Pine-
I I towit: One boiler, engine planer jointer, FRANK HYERS castle Road.
hawkent connecting New Jersey ed!I window machine, belt shaft and all machinery I I : 4-4-3t HISSES
I and parts thereof now on the premises and Manufacturer of Artificial MILTON & DUNN
New York. It will 'cost $42,000,000,!{lumber yards now used and occupied b, the A grandson i
of the
will be 8,334 feet long, 177 feet above(said W. S. Pounds and 0. J. Miller at their Stone, Fancy Columns and poet Longfellow ..
I novelty works in Orlando Florida. Terms.of I is a street car conductor, "Step, forward
the river, 204 feet wide and its steel* sale 'cash, purchaser to pay for title. Ornamental Work Agents for Barclay Corsets
Wm. MARTIN, ought to have a double mean .
I ;
'towers will be 800 feet tall The Master In Chancery. Livingston and Railroad ing to conductor with I
I a such
Massey a Warlow II
;bridge will have two tracks for sub- .Sobs. for.,Complainant p'I I ,
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I The all-important question of Furniture. You'll readily admit that you

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

to us, we will see that you get it

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A Good Square Deal

People buy at Kincaid & Snow-f.

den IS because they get an honest y A Is what. we all want for our

dollar's worth of merchandise for +), :Mp t :money.

every dollar they spend, they You get one here. We carry
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are. given, a square dealN I 0 ,-, ,,-. in' Stock more Home Furnishings

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

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no high prices .


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

muck J ake. The word trust. several meanings. The one we refer to means confidence faith and '
f t too<*: without 1 this trust modern business.could not be conducted Our trust is yours fir the askinw

l Now is, the time*) ask for it. Your credit IS good.; [This big/ building IS packed With Furnitureana.

stoves of every description.


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South [Florida Sentinel
Within the last few years unusual proposal of Winston Churchill,

MORNING AND WEEKLY activity has been manifested by the first lord of the British Admiralty, '" .
, _
federal authorities in guarding the that the nations of the earth take a ", ,< ; '." -
Entered at the poet offlce at Orlando,
Florida as Second Clau Hail Matter.8UBSCJUPTION mails from all sorts of impostorswith naval holiday for a year, so far as > ,
t, manifestly bogus schemes for new construction is concerned, comes '
RATES extorting tribute from credulous peo-- properly enough from the nation < '

THE DAILY SENTINELs pie. In this day of universal enlightenment which prides herself on leading all When You Choose .
it is strange that such guardianship others in naval
One year .....................$5-00 strength. In makingthe
t should be so necessary, but proposal,
Six Months ................... 2.50 general, Mr. Churchill
the crop of victims of get-rich-quick did not omit allusion .
Three Months ................. 1.25 special to our
,1. propositions is one that never fails great neighbor over the North sea," a Gift of Jewelry

By new carrier in'Orlando, CO cento per In spite of education, newspaper publicity and in a speech delivered later in the
''' month, Daily and Sunday. and increasing intelligence, house of commons he specifically proposed

. The Orlando Morning Sentinel can bt found there are always plenty of people that Germany and Great Britain .
w talc in Orlando at Curita It O'Neal' Book ready to take any tempting bait offend should _agree to cancel their programs
: Store. I of naval construction for 1914. GIFT THAT MUST
a We will appreciate prompt complaint ii1eli.eq I Although the general government The arguments made by Mr. Churchillfor BEAR EVERY TEST OF TIME AND JUDGMENT AND P

ia not properly] made by oar carrien.AdentUinr fraudulent enterprises than ever be- a world-wide curtailment, or suspension TASTE. WHEN YOU SELECT FROM THE STOCK OFt

rata wiU be furniihed on ap fore, many of the states are adopting of naval construction are n EVANS YOU ARE SECURE. FOR HERE ,EVERY PIECE
,licatbn. ,
legislation based on the, "blue sky" new. They have been advanced over i EVEN THE MEREST TRIFLE-IS CHOSEN
' THE WEEKLY SENTINEL law of kansas. In this way it is and over again by advocates of disarmament BY EXPERTS -
s For year, by mail, postaft paid ,4......1100Addrtu hoped to protect the people from and by ardent championsof WHOSE KNOWLEDGE AND TASTE HAVE WON
THE: SENTINEL; Orlando Florida.
themselves by removing temptation but their
Office lOT Court Street Arcade Buildlni peace; espousal, accompanied
L Phoa1 The plan has worked well in Kansas by such a proposal, on the THE BEAUTY, THE STYLE, THE WORKMANSHIP
_0 and it is a good plan as far as i it part of the first lord of the British ARE ALWAS THE BEST. I ,

* J. P, SCHUMANN, Editor goes. But it is obviously Impossibleto admiralty,, seems to lend them unusual
JOSIAH FERRIS Proprietor foresee and prevent all fraudulentIIcheme weight A favorable reception EVANS' FAIR AND MODERATE PRICES ARE AS PA-

and people with ambition of the proposal in Germany is, however MOUE AS EVANS' BEAUTIFUL AND EXCLUSIVE DESIGNS

SATURDAY, APRIL 6TH, 1913. to get something for nothing are al-1 far from assured. The mutual I i COMPARISON OF VALUES INVITED.

ways willing to co-operate with the Anglo-German suspicion may easily i
Swat the fly before he swats you swindlers until they find themselves constitute an insurmountable barrier,
YV o robbed. Then, as a rule, they set up even though there wire no other
: It you have not feigned the protest l a mighty howl for help and are
against county division, do It now vicious In their criticism of the au HISTORY REPEATS ITSELF .
t o thoritlti when that help I ii not forth -

The mOlt deadly animal known i U coming During the time that Cm> Reed

the fly. How many are you breeding Out tho cleaning up of the mails ruled the national house of repreientatlves T.H.Evans the
r o U one of the most useful examples he Inaugurated the rule of Jeweler

There are some old boys who ought t of paternalism While it Is not jruar- counting members present who oughtto .
to le led home earlier in the even anteed to keep people from being be present and thereby maintaineda

ing robbed, It makes It harder for the quorum Tennessee following that OPPOSITE POST OFFICE

--o---- operators of fraudulent enterpriselto precedent today in passing the quo '"
The Curfew Ordinance ii now place their proposals before the rum breaking bill and the election bias ll EXPERT REPAIRING AND ENGRAVING. .
the law and the gobbling will get you (weak and the credulous It w over the governor's veto will transfer
.' If you don't watch out Phineas T Barnum who said that the the fight which resulted in the

o people love to be fooled, and many absence of 45 members of the legislature {
One house fly can carry more griefinto people really do seem eager to be from the state, from the legislature { -

s your home in a day than all the swindled. They appear never to learn to the courts In passing the ,
+ doctors can expell in a life time. the fundamental proposition that two bills over the governor's veto the
t'o- dealings in the dark are dangerous House refused to note the absence of

Do not wait for a typhoid scars that the man who conducts an honest enough members to break a quorum SILK STOCKINGSFor
to compel effective action against the business is not to be found in an alley and they were counted as "presentand

dirty fly and dirty places in the city.o or masking behind a false name. not voting." This establishedaY a
.r, Although the general public m precedent in this state. Heretofore

; The citrus fruit law will create as be considered as only indirectly concerned a quorum had to be present or there

much downright fight as any measure in keeping the mails free from was no business done. The governor's
that will come before our law makers. the abuse of swindlers, the matter is veto was voted down by a strictparty
o broader than appears on the surf ace. vote. In the House the "law

The citizens can not afford to sacrifice Fear of federal detection keeps many enforcement" bills, intended to give Day .
r the lives of many young men to men from falling before the temptation the governor greater power in the enforcement
, the wanton presence of the pesky to get "easy money" from people of the prohibition laws
fly who are only too anxious to part were called up and defeated. In killing and '

0 with it. the bills the House again refusedto

This Texas paper is right, It says, note the 'absence of a quorum.'
"The Commoner i is now on the'inside CABINET GEOGRAPHY EveningWear

looking out; the Outlook is on the CONWAY.
outside looking in." Of the 313 individuals who have -

o i been appointed to the cabinet since Mrs. L P. Heaven arrived Saturday .
k If the state legislature accomplish i the foundation of the government, to, visit her sister, Mrs E. M. .
all it has mapped out for accomplishment almost half have come from the Hill, during her last illness. She

.t and do i if wisely that body states of New York, (which leads was 'fortunate in securing a place in

Y will have served their constituentswell. with thirty-nine); Massachusetts, a through train and her trip was

. Pennsylvania, Ohio and Virginia, quick and without delays. She noted '
o There are thirteen states, eleven of evidences. the storm and in places Our Personal Guarantee
1 Who said that parcel post would them west of the Mississippi river, where the waters were deep, the train
not be used much? \One Chicago mail which have not had a member of the passed slowly.
order house is said to have sent out cabinet since Washington became We note two, more sales made by Accompanies Every

xr by post 6,000 Easter hats to farmers' president in 1789. The other two Jas. E. Crawford, real estate agent.

wives in the West. are Rhode Island and Florida, the The Dashwood grove owned lately 1!

t o trans-Mississippi states thus neby Mr. Hood and the Ruck grove j usthWd

E It is said that the Bulgarians droveherds i i glected being Arkansas, Wyoming, East of the former place. He B. I vesEXCLUSIVE

ef cattle before them when Washington, the two Dakotas, parties out the past few days

k about to attack Adrianople, so as to ;Montana, Oregon, Nevada, Utah,New ing other groves.
discover any hidden mines for their 'Mexico and Arizona-the two last Mrs. Fender continues very ill.

destruction. And this in the face of named of course not having been Miss Grace Fuller is attendingschool
' the high cost of beefsteak states long neough to secure such .in Orlando. MILLINERY PARLORS

o distinction. Of the Western state Mrs. Reynolds, has been a winter

Make sure that, however good youmay that have been honored Missouri guest at Mrs. Fuller's.Mr. .
; holds the record with nine. Of ; Mr. and Mrs. Little are occupyingthe
be, you have faults; that, however Second Floor
" dull you may be, you can find out 313 cabinet members in the past 124 house in Mr. J. A. Barber's grove. .
'' what [ years only thirty-two have been from
they are; and that, hove
e.rwest of the Mississippi. A LOVEABLE SPINSTER .
light they ,may be, you would better
But President Wilson has broken
make some patient effort to get>
quit of them-Ruskin. two' rather interesting precedents in There are many old maids who,

o the composition of his cabinet The for the good of the' world, ought to

'' six great states of the upper Mississippi be mothers, and many mothers, who
Miss Virginia Branham
been the guest of her uncle, Mr. A. valley have been ignoredfor for the good of the world ought to Oscar Hand
the first time since the organization have been old maids.
}; 0. Branham for the past winter
' leaves of the government. But Some of the kindliest, sweetest & Son
today for her home in Nashville COLLEGE
f Tenn. Miss even more remarkable is the fact women in the world, who would make
Mary Branham
' panted her to Jacksonville via Sanford ae-- that not a single New England state the most devoted wives, and most Soceeuon, to E. Hand

k and the St. Johns river has a representative in the cabinet competent mothers, by some peculiar
to Orlando returnIng New England has furnished dozensof combination of circumstances, are not FULL LINE OF COMPLETE
Sunday o night the 313 cabinet ministers of the permitted to be either, and the world HOUSE FURNISHINGS MODERN COURSES IN

4 past, Massachusetts alone I providing is the loser thereby. I
+ America is the "melting pot" of na"- thirty-five, the second largest num Just few and Double
f tions. The ,a days ago a kindly disposed Single Entry Bookkeeping. Cor
following names are froma ber. Only once before has New spinster of Chicago, who has COME IN AND SEE USe
marriage license list poration Bookkeeping, Banking, Shorthand
: William : England been completely without ,
: a been a teacher for years and an office -.
Walcekauchas cUceczutie and Veronica Vien-' place at the coucil tables of the nation lady showed her excellent make Typewriting, Penmanship, Commercial Law,

' Madenela; Waliik Pbyronsaski.Vzkyxmolkrlma'ud A few and that was almost ninety up in her efforts to help the flood I Commerdal Arithmetic, Spelling and all
years ago. The younger Adams, sufferers. Here her words
are :
more of this kind would crack Branches of Civil Service.
the though a New Englander himself I
pot! "I have been wondering, sb L Mustard
x did not go to his own section of the wrote, "if there are any little chit i ,
o country for any of his advisers.( dren left motherless, homeless and DAY AND NIGHT CLASSES
5 Governor Sulzer, of Nw York, -----oADyERTISING ----- destitute I
by reason of the flood, and. I
a laid the other evening at the dinnerof FAKIRS GOING if so, my contribution toward relieffund i filE CfllROFWSr, Experienced Teachers in .. I
the Democratic Editors' state association NORTH will be the support, education I Charge. >Diplomas .-
"I am a Democrat I I Granted and Positions
through Secured
4 and care of two of them. I for Gradu-
and through, a progressive Democrat Watch the portable "I have worked Pedicure-/1/ I SliAftpoo,
advertisingfakir all my life in, of Manicure .. ., ates.
and a Democrat unafraid" That pack his little kit of earthly po- fices with the sole hope of having a } Face anl IMa-ae. J --
reminds of old 1 Patronize Home
us an Jefl'ersodown nian Institutions.
sessions and '
depart for greener pastures family, now I have the home but nobody :;
south who declared he was a beside the still waters of some to live there-no children."
Democrat "when they hunted themwith summer resort Parlor over Dickson & Ives store -

dogs." These leeches upon the public move CHARTER ELECTION corner Orange and Central For Prices and Terms call on or address:
.9, oWe back and forth between north and The I
City Council have referred the
don't no whether we lik aim south, and live at the expense of hon matter of commission Avenues. I
= plifi ed spellin or not. Sum tat est business who have s government .
people men, not back to the voters, and the form submitted rlm m
t At it and pok fun at the spellin bord, enough back bone to resist their by the committee will be voted More than 35,000,000 fet of lumber -! I
but we ar oposed to doin that Sum cheeky importunities, and thus '
ApnliflZ. .
upon on % So that the and timber moved oat of the port t
; fa its a nusance and won't have the nuisance with
try to public us each will ,
people be
't permitted to say of Pensacola last month. The month'stotal TURD FLOOR
QZ it Others sa its adopshun mitehav season. whether I PIONE 5)7
or not _this proposed Charterembodies exports surpassed the million
4 lav typesetin. We gess not We their idea. Every voter and a quarter mark. This does not BAND Bt1I .DING ORLANDO
lerned how to spel once and we Have you subscribed for the Daily should turn out and' express himselfwe include the banker coal loaded during : FLA. '
no desir to lern over agin. We pas.l I I Morning Sentinel If not,,. why not? at the polls. the! month.
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now he have a splendid

New Spring Fabrics, in

tfPWNG] latest shadings, and of

cool kinds, to make

iriuM and waists SHOES \
o and we shoe
We have the best that
I,6" the prices are right.

in and see them. money can buy, and we can give

0 WHY DOES, ONE ARTIST' PAINT A MORE BEAUTI '-- --- you fit and comfort in the same
4Jo FUL PORTRAIT THAN ANOTHER ? BECAUSE HE shoe. Let us show you. i. Our

are as low as is possibleon
also have
a nice line of the
present high leather
o o ANOTHER ? BECAUSE THE BUYERS IN THAT STORE Shirts for summer. ket. 1o




o\i ) ADD ANYTHING TO A LEGITIMATE PROFIT, AS WE To look at them is to buy J


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o "y m Bo&RM&g& D & l 106 S. Orne a Av& o. Orlando D .

Mrs. Frank Sheen, of West Palm
Mrs. Wm. A. Parmaly left yester- MIIIIIIMIIMilllMlltiiMMMItlHMItllllliltlMllllllilliilltlMH,
WADE Beach, is in the city visiting hers day for her home in Churchville, N. HMIIIIYowefl's
brother, S. S. Griffin and other rel- Y.
r atives in Orlando.J. .
Mrs. W. L. Lewis and little daughter
E. Tolfoy of Mannington, W.Va., have gone to Baltimore for the .
enroute from St. Petersburg to his summer.Mr. !
Hon. Jos. H. Jones is in Washington home stopped off at Orlando yesterday -
D. C., on business. I and was greatly surprised to'' J. W. Cunningham, of Birmingham -
find so much city here, and was delighted is a late arrival at the "
Mr. J. M. Williamson, of Gabriella, with the out look. !San Juan. .
transacted business in Orlando yes I
trday. Mr. W. D. Galpin, who has been Mr. James Coulton, brother of Mrs.
Doming to Orlando for twentysevenyears 'Chas F. Grannis, arrived last night

Mr. H. C. Hammond and D. B. leaves today for his home in :from Bridgeport, Conn.
Sphaller and son of Taft, motoredover Chicago, and says that he intends -
to Orlando from Taft today. coming back next year and his many: Mrs. Martha J. Graham, after
Orlando friends hope he will. ;i Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Thompson, 1, left yesterday for her home in Pitts- CLEAN SWEEP SALE !

who are visiting in St. Petersburg, Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Green, who have I I burg.
expect to'return the first of next spent several months in Orlando, left i
week. yesterday for their home in Fort j Inspect Shanibarger'g big stock of
Wanye, Indiana. Their many friendsin bicycle tires. tf
Rev. F. M. Turner and wife, who Orlando will hope to see them back j .
have been in Tampa for the past here next winter.. Mr. Paul G. Briggs, of Sanford, : ", OFEmbroidered
ten days, have returned* to' their -J I and Miss Irene Thurston married at : .M .
home in Orlando. Mr. W. D. Yowell is offended because the Presbyterian Manse in Orlando .
the Orlando newspapers did not''yesterday afternoon at half past five .
mention that he went to Sanford'o'clock.
Mr. Peter Golrich, a substantial
Thursday. Of Walter -.;...... -
Pennsylvania citizen, with his son is course under-I !
in the city and will look over Orange stands that the newspapers Mr. Jos. E. Phipps, the clever rep- Flouncings j

county farm lands. lando are,his friends and consequenty -I resentative of the Mobile & Ohio ,.
l want to protect his good name.,Railroad with headquarters in Jack- .
)fro 1( H. Bowler, claim agent of Hence no mention of the Sanford;1 sonville, is spending today in Or- : 5

the Atlantic Coast Line railroad with visit. lando. f With Bandings to Match. ,
headquarters in Sanford, spent yesterday
in. Orlando on business. Mr. Louis W. Spangehl one of our Mrs. Lute Hornuckle and Mrs. Jas. .
northern friends who has taken a K. Smith, who have been enjoyingthe .

The city is paving the public alley shine to Orlando has purchased a season at the popular Keystone, [ In Swiss Marquisette and Voils all
between Church and Pine street. Thisis home here and will spend their winters -I left yesterday for their homes in the go
a much used thoroughfare in get each year here. Mr. Spangehl north, stopping enroute at St. Au
ting from one depot to the other. is now on his ,way to his northern j,gustine and other points of interest. regardless of. cost, as we absolutelywill
home at Sea Cliff, N. Y.
Mr. Augustus Nathan, E. C. Young I' Mr. S. S. Griffin, one of Orlando's not carry over any of the above
and Mr. Lee and Mr. Shepard made a The Church Home and Hospital i is most active real estate men, after
business trip to Daytona yesterdayand having a new building of stone and ten years of successful business, is goods.
we opine that some Daytona dirt brick construction erected in the rearof going to retire from the office he has
_, is involved in the trip. the hospital buildings, which i is occupied in the old Hyer building
to be used as a kitchen and laundry and wilt Mwiday move into new of- ,. 'k
Mr. T. W. Mathews has sold his fine building. i,flees in the McNeil and Davis block.
home on Jackson street to our geniel (I Here is success to you Sam.

I alderman, Billy Smith. The purchase Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Barber, of Boston 11111111 IIIIIIIIIIIIIIMIIIinilllllMIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIMIIIIIIIIIIII
price was 7500. This is one of the who have spent several weeks in Mr. and Mrs. Perry D. Lile, who
choice locations of the city. the city will leave in their touring spent the: winter in Orlando and .
returned to their home in
car tomorrow for Jacksonville, and
Mr. T. A. Yancey, Jr, of Birmingham from there will ship their car and will several weeks ago write the Sentinel
Ala., is visiting his father and take train for their home. i that they are not enjoying the winter The White
with his wife and baby who havebeen j I I winds that still prevail in the Wolverine Big Store'NEW'

here for several weeks, will return Hon. S. A. Robinson will leave to stale, and that they are already
planning to come back to Orlando
to their home in few
a days. for Tallahassee to be at
night present
next winter and buy a home. They
the session of the State
opening legiss
say that after spending some weeks
Mrs. L A. Greenwood, who ha lature.. In Mr. Robinson the people!
I Boa, the East Coast they know better
spent the winter at the Lake View,, have a representative who goes to 1 I]''
the value of: Orlando as a home city.'l .
will leave this morning for her homein I the state capital to assist in making I'I'I I GOODS ARRIVING DAILY
New England. Mrs. Greenwoodhas laws for all the people of Florida, and
Shanibarftr's for bicycle and
made many friends in Orlando I if the majority are of his kind goodwill |Sundries. tf
who will welcome her on her,return'next result to the,state from the as-!l ... .
fall 'sembling of this body of men. iiimittttttiftftmttimmn n
The world must have the news. The I
devotion to duty of wire chief Stohl '

IMMIMMMHMIIIMIIIMMIIMiMHMIFOR of Dayton, Ohio, was all that made 1 GOOD WORK MIm-
possible the sending out of any news
from the stricken city for the first '
two days of the terrible disaster. He
For Sale by
reached his office just before the flood Everything New

broke on Tuesday morning only to
a I find that all batteries and power had H. G. HarperSouth
been put out of commission. He rummaged -
:4, ,
.}::'- ( around and found a lineman'stest
COOL COMFORT set and too kit to the top of the Hughy St. Phone 534 IN LACES, EMBROIDERIES, SHIRTS KI-

building, cut in on the line and re MONAS UNDERWEAR. HEADQUARTERS
White Serge, Palm Beach and ported. For two days Stohl remainedon FOR HOUSEHOLD GOODS AND SCHOOL
Mohair Suits. Swell line of the roof of the building at the Hauling of all kinds, and plow- SUPPLIES.McCULLOCH'S.
post of duty suffering the discom-
Flannel Trousers forts of pouring' rain and the demands ing carefully looked after.
SCRUGGS & DICKSON, of hunger and the need of
rest. The world must have the
The Men's Outfitters news! And he gave it. GIVE US A TRIALThe

BB* .f garS Sctofaer u4 Man bew.c
FAVORITE TODAY Boston Globe has been boast :

.- Three crackerjack reels. ing about the number of frock coats POST OFFICE
.t : "The Quarrel" ...._........Crystal seen in Boston on Easter and the
},,: rY : Drama New York Sun has been boasting
I "Wedding March" ............Rex about its own city's freedom from the CALL and BE CONVINCED"LOW
: Drama same garment. That is 'the difference
I "Whiteman's Firewater" ....Nestor between,the two cities, although EST PRICES ALWAYS"
Western Indian Drama of course Boston will move on to the
I All of my pictures are passed by morning coat in" ,time., -Hartford
: the National Board_of Censors.. Times.


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Business Boosters (classified advertisements
.Maxim .Gorky ,is ,now living quietly ) 'received after 10 o'clock I
in Capri. midnight, will be run in the "Too'Late I

: : J J.n cij'i Dr. Percival Barton, at ninety is to Classify" column. *, f.,

till able to practice medicine_ In St. Boosters of f 41ve.lWeI, or less-an- i
Paul u.lGuataf proxiinat, ,. ;words -one ,time,. 25 k k A AAA 1
cents; three times 50 cents; one week
Mirror) Dalen, winner of the Nobel
(six daily and one weekly editions)\ SniokEvery Users
prise for physics. just awarded, is a $tOO; one month, 300. '
Swiss -engineer. He is head of the ;

s u Stockholm Gas company. For..Sent-Six room haUl $10.00 5

During his recent stay at Balmoral per :month, also furnished 'rooms

To Avoid' Graynae.A Major General Sir Rudolf Baron von cheap. 209* ,West Pine .

,Most women past, middle age look Braun Pasha ,inspector) general of the I. One BUICK

handsomer with 'gray hair unless they Sudan, bad the grand cross of the FOR SALE-Good Horse, Carriage i: a BOOSTERr
Victorian order conferred on 'him personally For work I.
( and Harness. on driv
but the difficulty
fat and colorless,
are by.King George., ins Anply to Wm. Halloway, Win- I.
f II to make them
Senor Alvarode de Romanones the ter Park, Fla. 12t
A missionary says that few of the new prime minister ,of .Spain, differs .
.mative/,women have gray :hair when in one respect from the majority of his BUY a lot in Thornton Park, a nice '
attrlbutcli suburb in east part of the city. Carl r
in This she in
y advanced years. countrymen.. He finds ,no, pleasure Jensen. U
,to,the"nearly universal use of grease I' the national sport of bullfighting, but ,I

: on. the hair. is devoted to,horse racing. FOR RENT-Three new houses with
A scalp'specialist when asked about Lionel William C. Gorgas, whose five rooms and bath. C. A. Hovey..:

this theory said: "There is much In it. wonderful work, banished the deadly 3-28-tf.

Gray hair often comes from too little yellow fever from Havana and the
oil in the scalp. If women would grease Panama canal zone, has been honoredby For Sale-I corner lot, six room

their hair more it would keep its color the Royal Society of' Great Britain house,'$1,350.00. if taken before April ...

longer. through its award of the Buchanan lOt West Pine. DUICK"24"
The objection to a greasy head can medal to Mm..Frederick .

bo overcome. A little vaseline can be , Warner Carpenter, newly FOR SALE 5% acres with fiveroomi
well rubbed into the scalp once a week appointed, United States minister to house on railroad only few' hundred
.If vthis cannot be done without getting Siam. is a Californian by birth and In feet from stopping place. Plenty -of
shade and small shrubbery. Ten to
tt in the long hair, go to a hairdresser. the earlier years of his career practicedlaw
If you will not use vaseline at least the state. He was private secretary twelve bearing orange trees, pears
g in
other small fruits.jQQ hunting -
and There is a certain prestige that owning
each your own
five the hair a thorough oiling to President Taft during the,,and especially suitedto ..
r time 'before it is shampooed' which 1 rier'. term'as governor the Philip' those who come to' Florida for the >motor' car gives you in your community. '
z should be about.once a month in cold pines. He was appointed in 1910 to winter and_like the country life with

weather, oftener:In summer, Tangier, his first diplomatic, post. easy access to town. J., P. Perkins, I .
4 .- Ib\ the hair.with crude oil the night Orlando, ,Fla- General Delivery, There is a certain satisfaction in knowing you

before it is to be, washed. Do not,use
f too much! ,About half, what the ama. Education Notes.Twothirds OAK HILL is the beautiful sub-dms- own a car that will take you anywhere and bring
jon to the Northeast of the city andI
will be more
,.than their.thinks enough.necessary; As even this small of the high schools in the :still have ,some choice lots there. you back. It is this quality of dependability which .
have complete four Carl Jensen.
United States now
amount is ruinous to bed linen tie up
g '' courses.A ., has 110,000 Buicks the road and it is
year pot on
the" bead Ind pat an old case on the law Wanted---Spare books, magazines, ,
pillow. Some women wear a bathing compulsory etc. Shanibarger's Free Reading ;
P. Clai- same quality of dependability which has made
t r cap for the one night. for Alaska Is urged by Dr. P. Room and Library. 4-3 d3t-wlt

Besides giving the oil needed to prevent .' ton. United States commissioner of education every:' one of those 110,000 Buick users a Buick
this application of crude who has charge of the school Wanted-To trade a Rambler touring
grayness" elwwill. > for natives in the territory.Of car for land in good location."Trade,59 booster.The .
, oil keeps out dandruff as nothing Sentinel. 4-3 2t
k care.
82,224 school children recently examined
E ,.v
Where there is a tendency in families by medical inspectors in a WANTED position as manager,
; to turn gray earlj extra 'care, of I {hebair largfucity school system only 28,721,' .caretaker and collector for nonresident Buick overhead valve'motor has more power
Do dry were free from physical defect the regtainng property owners. By man ofexperience
must be taken. not use :
: cubic inch of than
piston displacement
t.und'pbys\ lf1, who can give it close at- per any
:washes on it and.. .,be careful, ,of hot; 53,503:were. .It _
particulars tention. Address. Collector, SentineL :
T3 curling. irons.; J defective in one'or more ; -':, '4- other type of motor ever built. It.costs us more
Where there Is a tendency, to gray x Separate schools are necessary for

hair cultivate a, placid ,*itn. the,,proper solution of the vocational! FOR RENT-Seven room house, 502 to make it but costs yon less to run It. .
Worry acts on the nerves and nervous school problem in the United States, W. Central avenue. Enquire of
x disorders unchecked are harmful to according to Edwin G. Cooley of Chicago Mrs. S. A. Mann. 4-3-3t.

.the hair. For the eame reason fight off .peclalinvestlgator of vocational resflvered
ANTED-Old Mirriors ,
z ,bad headaches. Besides their discomfort education. These schools says Mr making them u good as new. New ROADSTERS, AND'URING ,CARS, $950 TO $1650", F. 0. B. '

: tthe hair suffers. Thus indirectly Cooley, must not be4regarded as substitutes -. ones made I to order by the latest improved ORLANDO. Catalogue on Request. .
eye' strain' is responsible for gray and .for the present schools, but all French process and damp I

falling hair. supplementary,to them. proof backing put on them. Send
postal, name and address to H. A.
Royston, and I will call and take your
Car of the Throat The Royal Box. Mar22-lm
'. A famous throat doctor who care ,

for the vocal organs of many of the King George of England spends $10 To Rent-at 808 West street, ten Cook Automobile Co.

greatest of our opera singers, makes 000,a year on telegraphing./ rooms more or leaf. Hot and cold

the unqualified statement that it King Ferdinand Bulgaria, the commander water, electric lights. Large garden .
throats and noses were systematically of the allied Balkan
in chief HOWARD.
H. W.
of fruit Orlando
,cleansed many IfnsEsses,4,,including I \ forces saw. .military service, In;, the :

,bronchitis, catarrh and consumption Austrian army. Although he has the FOR SALE-New seven-roon house,
: :would be averted.A reputation of being haughty and overbearing with all modern improvements.

salt water douche and gargle to .the work he has done for his 3000. Will take automobile in part t t i

cleanse the throat and nose thoroughly him exceedingly Sentinel . . . . . . . . . . .
country has made pay. Address Owner, care .. - - - - - - - , - - - - - - - - - - - - -
hould, bemused, he, declares, at, least popular.
"" .
twice a day. The czarevitch has ,been described WANTED. "
. "Fill'a,wide mouthed bottle." he advises i as the most valuable child in the world City lots exchange for Upright '. CANARIES ARE NERVOUS 14AAAA1)AALIGHT
"holding a pint with boiled water If he succeeds to the throne he will bo piano. Used less than two months. THE
and add to it a teaspoonful of com And They Dread Mice That Like
in possession of some 40,000.000, at 6t Lock Box 144, Orlando.
E' Bon sea salt. When you rise in the of the : Steal Thtir'Bird 8 ed.
the fortune
\ which sum private
- rnorning and when you retire at night. Romanoffs is valued. His yearly salary For Exchange or Sale One of the common troubles PATH TO PROSPERITY I

' :utter gargling the throat with the so- as a ruler of the Russian people will lx For ,acreage or other property in : canaries and one that few bird
.latsoD.611 the hollow of the hand with 2,000,000 and he will be in absolute- Orange or Lake Counties for four realize Is that of nervousness.
'it and draw it up the nose, throwing 30,000servants. dwellings in Pittsburgh, Pa. Houses nervous system'of a canary,is as bl
.} ;the head back., This last should be control of. 500 estates employing hinging good rent. All modem build ly sensitive as that of a delicate Merchants who use Electric Signs never lose

,done carefully It will cause coughing. ings.. Can be handled separate. if desired. man. Any sudden shock to tb their way by choosing the wrong road to suc
clear' the little of sound. I
all sense"whether sight or
'but will completely
.paces and intricate passages of the Sporting Notes.. lmo.1747 Address F. JOSEPH Orlando RAEHN, Fla., liable to throw them' Into cess. You simply cannot fail to attract] new

> *and thr at." that often result-in death. An old if '
customers Electric It
It is estimated that $5,000,000'a yearis you use an Sign acts
FOR SALE-Furniture of five-room dealer mentions a frequent but
r Toilet Suggestions.When spent in wages to professional footballers house. New and up-to-date. known cause of sickness and like an irresistible magnet, drawing all :the

the hair splits clip the ends. In Great Britain. Reasonable. 560 Summerlin St., be- leath among the little creatures. I trade within its reach: That is the reason
Wilbert Robinson has been engaged tween Anderson and Palmer 4-3-3t "1 had two canaries. he said, "
For ink stains on the fingers try by McGraw for 1913 to teach the Giant (or some reason 1 could not they command the attention of buyers.

lemon and salt. pitching students_ how to shoot. Lost-Between Orlando and Alta- fellinto a frightfully nervous state
Corns can be removed by dally rubbing monte, a lady's grey rain cbat Re-
H. A. H. Baker of Princeton univeralty started to pine away. I doctored (
with toilet pumice. known "Hobey," has turn to Sentinel l-4t I For Store Owner
familiarly as with all the remedies known to Every
One dram of boric acid mixed wltb been elected captain of the Tiger football FOR RENT-A new eight room house lore, but the poor creatures conti n ,
lour ounces of distilled witch ,hazel team tor next year. with all modern conveniences. Applyto to droop In dismal decline At I
: make a good lotion for a greasy skin Manager Fred Clarie of the Pirates Chauncey Holt,601 Magnolia street. discovered the trouble. It was mice. No matter how small his business, the Electric -

Apply with '110ft cloth or .velvet has declared himself as agreeable to Apr. 2-1 w "Mice are as fond of bird seeds Sign is the cheapest and :most effective
i aponge. series of In the !
arranging an 'anteseason canaries themselves. -
When the first symptoms of a headache in the WANTED business partner in a mice would advertising.
games with the Boston Red Sox well of the night the
appear take one teaspoonful of training camp at Hot Springs, Arks manufacturing business with through the bars of the cage and Phone for call andsubmit
: ,clear lemon Juice fifteen minutes be established trade. Need more capital our Sign Designer to || -
while the
next spring. will make a Tour the seeds poor
and will take partner or '
and at bedtime and
fore each meal sketch.
stock with $15,000 to $20- canaries sat above shivering a

continue For biliousness until plain symptoms lemon are juice past pro Current Comment. 000 capital company Plant up to date and in selves Into a state of nervous : No Trouble to Us..-No Expense to You.
excellent condition. Address .Manufacturer Uon from the very terror of the
' motes sleep and appetite. in care of Sentinel. tf stern below. I removed the cage I
Soap and water are needed to re It takes a long time to make the rail- position ,where the mice could not t
blackheads which are caused by roads blunderproof.-Chlcagd News. LOST.
dirt move collecting in the pores. After Information as to Stock Exchange Diamond-shaped fraternity pin, at It, and my pets States.rapidly
rinsing the face In clean water nib methods gleaned by the PuJo commit. black background with a white scrollin l ORNDO WATER[ & LIGHT CO

over it a piece of ice. This will contract tee strengthens the opinion that a reform centre bearing Greek letters, Delta Bliss.Mrs. a
u the pores. After drying the skin is about due-New York 'Ameri Where Ignorance .
i Epsilon. Owner's name husband fell
Kappa Exe-So
apply witch hazel to It. your :
can.Strict class of '10 on back. Please returnto In church last night 1 suppose ) COOK WITH GAS
fire supervision in the public t
office and receive suitable woke him opt Sirs Wye-Not 'f."f
' Mary Garden's Beauty Hint. schools is fine. Why not also exercise Sentinel There was a lot Ie eeeneeeeeeeeeee III-""f eeeieeeeee eeeeeee MAAAAA WJUUOO
3t after sermon.
r "Porridge and going to bed early- strict supervision in the other class of reward. 4-3
women's -
; and a little drop of something that buildings which burn with loss of life, about
e e e S e e e e e ep sense of course but I'm mighty
all good Scots take at critical moments occasionallySt Louis Times.
bear It-Boston
John didn't ,
-to this formula 1 attribute my-shall ADVERTISEIF

we say form?" Thus, testified Mary Fashion Frills. p YOU
Garden as to her mode of living last p Want Cook An Expert on History.

.'summer country place when near she was Aberdeen resting at her A lovely woman-is dangerous but not Want a a PartnerS Pythias"Wombat rnnr"Lemme what year did Damon Model Grocer+

M dangerous as herhatpin.-Charleston. Want a Situation see. I think they
"Going to bed 'early Is just as imp Courl'er"Womeu'i1
Sews and Want Servant "
C Girl
portant as the other two items and a ticket about 1890.
< dresses are to become I PianoS "And who ran against 'emT I
Sell ,
as for porridge, I can assure any one Want to a at_
tighter." Holler skates next and a boy It Castor 18 West Church
"Lemme see Wasn't Street
who is afraid of gaining weight that a Want to Sell a Carriage .
behind to push.-Harvard IndependentThe
ponud"Lout.rille -
porridge diet will insure her against C WanttofellTownPropertyS
Balkan bonnet and the pyramid
gain, but ,not against ,loss. You ,see 1"am skirt are the latest intimation that Want to Sell Your Groceries FANCY AND STAPLE GROCERIES. NEW AND
an example. I am In the best of -
New York women are keeping in touch Want to Sell Your Hardware His Ltsson. FRESHWe
|healtb, ,eye, ,clear complexion good. half
with foreign events.-New York World Want customers for Anything "You know I refused you a

t and last 1 year weigh. 137 exactly%. which the same is the u-proper I did Advertise Daily in This PaperS I en Mr.times Meekton's before wife.we were married." I Give Our Personal Attention to Our Customers and

..weight for a singer" Train and Track. Advertising Is the Waytofuaesse "Yes." replied her husband -1 I Guarantee Satisfaction and ,Prompt Delivery

Advertising Brings Customers pect that's what baa kept me from '
For the Manicure. The money Invested In railways in 'Advertising:Keeps Customers wanting my own way again."- Give Us a Trial

Peroxide of hydrogen plays an important Great Britain is estimated at nearly ,Advertising Insures Success ington Star. -. -

z part in the process of mans 17,000.000,000. ,Advertising Shows Energy Sightler L'.J\! OSJ 'Priitors IHiTiiMilllllllllllltlMMIMMItitlimilllliltH

cure for this not only, bleaches out In the latest style of Prussian sleepIng S Advertising Shows Pluck He DidNot Need It.
fe any discoloration but it is a powerful can two small staterooms can be '
: Advertising Is "Biz" Buskin-1 can't go on. I haven't e
11alnfectant'and, will kill any converted into one large room with
Advertise of Boat makeup. Manager-What are you
'germs which may have settled under four beds by removing( a partition.In Buskin-The fool ,
lug tonight!
the nails.It Holland the fastest trains make e Advertise Long Manager-Go right on. Never mind
is also useful if the file or scissors only forty miles an hour. The ground S Advertise WeUADVERTISE '
'-f ': slip and cut the flesh for it will ,.\. inclined to be soft and yielding. S :

purify.the cut and if'used Immediately wherefore it is unsafe to use ,very S At Once
A food conscience Is heaves; a READ THE SENTOIELUENES
; ', there Is no likelihood',of the slights heavy engines drawing trains at a high I IN THE- SENTINEL I one bill-German. Proverb.

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RESTAURANTS ii : t C. '1I''J h '1NWHEN

Order Effective April 1 and Is Bred
Upon Tales of "Pol=ar Orgies" ;
Mayor Gaynor has issued orders
revoking: every all night liquor licensein -AT-

New York city and directing .the Q IB

police morning to every close restaurant at 1 o'clock in in which the r S; E.: Lester s Jewelry Store' .\

liquor is served. The oder is to go ; Money Invested With Us Is '

into effect April first In order to'quit business I will offer my entire stock,at Auction. Profitably Spent Give Us the .
This is the worst blow ever directed Opportunity of Being the Source

at the merrymakers who are fond of Sale Opens Saturday, April 5th at 2.30 and 7.30 p.m. Daily Of Your Supply
the1:artificial light in New York's "big "
You Cannot,Judge Ue Unless
white The the
playground. man or Until all goods are sold. Yon See What We Have, and
woman who wishes to have a bit of , .
; We are Always Glad To Show s
lobster and a glass of wine in the ,
early morning and he who cherishes BILLY NOONTEY, AuctioneertMHIIIIIMMMMMMmtMHtltllHMItlHitniMlf' YoiL, i , '" '
a cheese sandwich and a glass of beer Yon Cannot Judge Us Unless
alike will have to go back to the flat Make, or Need Anything In Our
and search the refrigerator. Even Line, We Are Sure We Can
the resorts frequented by the all Jllllllllill Please You. If You Don't Need
night newspaper workers in Park Anything, We.Are Just As Glad
Row and Herald Square are included : To Have Yoa'Come Into oUr

in the edict; : IF YOU WANT! THE LATEST i Store.
The Mayor goes one step further : OUR REPAIR WORK IS
than any other official ever has gone' PROMPT AND ACCURATE '
in dealing with the all night liquor IN EVERYTHING
qe stion. Mr. Gaynor interprets the GUARANTEED.
law to be that a restaurant connected THE LINE OF UP TO DATE DRY GOODS CLOTHING,

with a barroom must be closed'" at 1 1 HATS AND'SHOES, ALSO;LADIES READY TO WEAR
one o'oclock as tightly as the ,bar.
This will abolish an old practice: of I\ D8ESSESOF ALL.DESCRIPTIONS COME TO B. SALO Allen & Co.
placing a liberal order a few minutes
. ,
before one o'clock and then spendingtwo .
or three hours consuming the REFUNDED.
food and drink thus provided. JEWELERS
Showing that the Mayor means business
and that there is to be no evas- Orlando
B. Salomon Orlando Florida
ion on technicalities, Mr. Gaynor ,
further directs Police Commissioner
Waldo that the police are to go into
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all'restaurants which do not readily
comply with the rule at a few minutes ,
before one o'clock and announce

.the that make policeman The persons the the mayor place is announcement in to even is the climb to restaurant specifies close.on a chair Then that show and the if a I'A O BANK k a TRUST GOMf ANr THB NfiW CASH STORE

disposition to remain the police reserve -
are ,to be summoned' ,and the : art Sirplis aid.lidiv14ed Prelils SlZO.v ,....... Cor.South and Hughey Sts..
men and women are to be driven from
the restaurant into the street ..._- __,. b'y Total leseerces over TIIree-fluariers of a 11IlieB. WE BUY FOR CASH AND SELL FOR 'CASH. WE

No: explanation is ,given of why I KEEP OUR EXPENSES DOWN AND CONSEQUENTLY .
Mayor Gaynor has decided on such J Report of the Condition of Orlando CAN KEEP OUR PRICES DOWN

drastic measure at this late date in .# 4 Bank and Tnut Co, Condensed
his administration. Two years ago -, From Report to Comptroller Our Prone No. is
the mayor revoked many all night Feb.
licenses and later renewed several. 4,1913RESOURCES And an Order will Have Prompt Attention, and will be
The, t order caused amazement and k : Delivered to Any Part of the City.D. .
consternation in the Broadway "eat Loana and Discount .....$393,161.06'erdarfta
ing palaces" and attracted wide attention .............. 1933 B. RAYBON, Proprietor ORLANDO, FLA.
in political circles. Politicians -> Stocks.and Bonds ....... 26,018.33
I declared that they saw deep signifi- = Real Estate, Furniture and
# ance in this action and regarded it +, Fixtures ... .........: 25,853.44
as the mayor's opening fusillade for i Cash on hand and in Banks 215,08183
his campaign for renomination.MRS. MHIIIMIItltllllllllltllliltlUMIIIHIMIIIHIIItThe


BRIDES r a Capital Surplus Stock and ..Undivided.........100000.00 RtAl ESTATE fOR SAlt

Don't annoy your husband by-ask 4 Profits ... ........... 22J313S
fog him where he has been every time :, Deposits .:. ..'.......... 537,4185:

he comes in or where he is going v ; .. trend of Orlando's Growth is
time 'he out If give $660,311.18We
every goes you
him freedom he;:won't use it, but will I. invite the attention of our ens.l Northeast. Lewter's Addition and
,stay at home. But if you ask him too tomers and friends to our statement Sunshine Park are there. Near by
many questions you'll drive him away. above and wish to assure them that
Don't spend too much money on we appreciate their patronage and is Paradise Hill. Let me show you

clothes. Men like simple things best ask for a continuance same.
and they are more becoming anyhow .3' z r Don't forget that our deposits are t 4.
The woman who spends all other insured '

money'in order to impress other -A cordial invitation is extended to I F. A. LewteriilllMIMilMMIMMtltlMHMIMMMIMHMIMMK
women with how well her husband is visitors in our city to call and open
doing doesn't deserve to be happy.
States Government,State sad County Depository. an account with us.
Don't be afraid to work. Housework
LIpeRd J
.and washing and the tendingof
;iit' 0iiIi0
babies will keep a woman years
younger looking than going to card

parties,,stying,up late at night, andapei4ng I UNDERTAKER ARMSTRONG
hours, shopping and..gossip-
Always try to look neat and keep Iw. M. SLEMONSOur
the house neat looking. Then your i PINe STREeT;
husband) ; wilf bV so' busy admiring
yop and his home that he won't have ----
time to l' other women.
Don't,try to,have too many.friends
but don't choose people, that aren't New Spring Stock is Coming In
congenial Rs. ; to,both" of you-and that you For Sale at all Cigar Stores

can't!learn"something from. 1 And we wffl over to you a Choice Selection of High. Goods Orlando's Newest Ciga r' Blade In Orlando. f'

Don't" try ,to, make your husband ...m,DRY GOODS, ALL,THE STAPLE AND USEFUL Havana and Florida
jealous. You will lose your own self GOODS as weD as FANCY SILKS, and FINE DRESS GOODS, Wrappers
respect if you do. Try to save' all the HOSIERY IN SILK LISLE AND COTTON, and the Many Accessories Try One and Be. Convinced
money you can, but 'don't be afraidto that Women Use. ; "

,spend ,I a little \on, pleasures. You Q '" HERMAN H. FINDER MTg'r

can't get along without some amusement Bargains Six Days in Every Week 212 South Orange

i We carry all,the time a large stock of SHOES of the best
State Bryan has notified all foreign MARKET - OAKLAND i *

ambassadors here of the intention of \ SCHLOSS BROS. FINE SUITS'FOR" MEN'" at $l .Oo, $20. RIVAL PALM

this country to'recognize' 'the'new $25.00 and $30.00 are unsurpassed for STYLE FIT AND I
Chinese republic on April, the meeting QUALITY. THE CAR BARBER SHOP
:day of the Chinese assembly,and LORD BALTIMORE BOYS' SUITS WILL BE SURE TO

had formally proposed that all other PLEASE YOU. THAT EVERYBODY Modem and Coaplete.
governments recognize ',the new republic I. "
in,concert on that day.Secretary IS TALKING Everything new, individual
Bryan's note was brief electric attachments at every
and in substance like this: ABOUT chair. No stone has been left
'"The president requests me to notify W. M. SLEMONSby unturned to make this shop
you and your governments, ASK FBI BEWNSTMTMN meet th erequirements of the
''through you.. of the intentoin of th most particular. Plenty of
,United States to recognize the new room. Courteous attendants.

:republic of China on April 8. SEE ELIJAH WHTTEHEAD,
The remainder ,of the note is. a by what was called a breach of diplomacy An exchange- says the the new in- tain, newspaper men will have no Proprietor.
"brief.suggestion that all other nations" recently when the white house come taxis going to cause the democrats tax to pay. The limit is too high. MAGRUDERMoney ,
a lot of trouble. Incomes over Orange AV&, - Orlando, Fla.
do :likewise on that day. announcement regarding the sixpower -
$4,000 will be taxed. If it is only
Diplomatists here regard the proposal Woman likes to exercise her z
loan was published here before the going to cause democrats trouble, sense ..: e
for a concerted recognition as foreign governments interested had what's the use for republicans to of humor when the joke is on IOmeman. to loan on improved prop-

an action that ,will clear away any bee nnotifled worry about it! One thing is cer erty. S. Y. WAY. -tf ANTED-C1ean rags at thi*/office.'J .
soreness that,may,have been created 0 '"

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i How many times you have heard and -

THE OLDEST BANK IN THE CITYAND possibly made that exclamation! and


J The Bank which transacts more business than ,

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x' Miss Claire Robinson Prettily En-
In considering the socalled Com- tertains.

mission Government charter, submittd -I Yesterday afternoon, a merry par- .
by the committee to the citizens ty of girls gathered on the wide
} meeting recently, one cannot but be veranda of Miss Claire Robinson's
impressed that it has many good attractive home on North Magnolia

features and that the committee gave avenue and spent several hours most NEWS NOTES.

; considerable of their time and con- pleasantly.The .
sideration to it. But it is not Commission guests brought their needle- 3.-The recent heavy
:: Government according to the work, but put this aside to engage in have caused considerable : : COMPLETE
accepted definition of the term. In a. word: contest Miss Deaderick was truck I I farmers, but have
the first place it does not call fort quickest to solve the puzzle, and wona blessing to the orange STOCKOF
government by commission but by pretty picture frame, while* Miss the bloom-laden trees
council. That of itself robs it of the Lewter consoled herself with a baby moisture.

right to be called Commission Gov aligator. Mrs. W, H. Howard and

,, ernment (This not withstonding the Miss Robinson, aided by her mother motored over to
: ]tact that we live in Florida-see and Misses Deaderick, Hyer and .
TamPa 'and other charters ready to Smith, served the guests with de- Harrison of Jackson- Spring ,

go to the Legislature). liciously prepared orange punch, Ella Belle Jones, of
All authorities who have given the cake, orange straws and nuts. School at St 'Augus
subject any consideration say that a Those in attendance were Misses 'ii'v. home for a short visit Styles

Commission Government law that Hosford, Susie Magruder, Helen M. Jones.

does not contain the Initiative Referendum Howe Irma Lewter, Emma Hainer, King, assistant prin-
z. and Recall is positively dan- Mildred Buckingham, Mabelle O'- Kissimmee high school,

gerous, for the simple reason that it Neal, Mary Branham Deaderick, with her mother, Mrs.
concentrates the power in the hands Biggs, Millie Smith, Hatabel Hyer, FASHIONABLEAND
of a few people who, if they should Glen Cheney, Cuthbertson, Marion has been at home
turn out to be crooked, could do the Groves, Eloise Robinson and Mes- college for the past few
city no end of harm and their
snap dames Christ and Holland. t>f illness. BECOMING
fingers in the citizens face if they and Mr. J. Thayer, of
tried to do True this
anything. pro- TO MAMIE were transacting bus-
posed charter contains the recall, ;ndo Tuesday.

3 whkh is good so far as it goes, but (Dedicated by a friend.) H. Lee of Lake Charm, Straw
why not have the whole thing whilewe Thursday
I am coming back Miss Alexander,
are about it. As an illustration Foster, with her maid
To the land of the sweet oleander,
:. of the of the Initiative, the
i. advantage And again, in our little boat, for her home at Clifton
ladies of the civic and others,
W Over the placid lake, we'll idly float Y., after a pleasant three 1
think that action should be
some Lake Charm. They
For Florida is the state for lovers, at
taken the sanitary condi-
regarding Over its scenes the sunlight hovers, in Jacksonville and St
tion of the meat markets,
grocery their north. For
I would rather dwell midst its orange way
i stores, candy shops, etc., but they trees, Lake Charm has been the

fear to try to do anything knowingthat Than be up north and about to freeze. of the Fosters and since

the authorities are apparently The above is the expression.of one death, Mrs. Foster"con-
not in with such matters. Brown &
sympathy who spent the winter in Orlando but as before, to the de Lartigue
Under the Initiative cent
twenty per friends and neigh-
is now getting a touch of the biting many
of the voters could action the .
.1 get on cold of the North. visits are looked forward
matter.As to year with a great
an illustration of the importance .
!ft- of the Referendum, the last city V. Hankinson of New --- --- -_._- -- --
! council passed an ordinance allowing I has been the guest of
A most delightful and unusual
f a: the local telephone company to raisefl' Rathbone in the Mc-
was given at the studio of Mrs.
its rates tr what seems to me an ex-J. at Lake Charm, left
Jeanette R. Murphy
:: horbitant rate considering that I paid on Thursday her home in the north. SPfCIAl 4NNQLJNMENT
evening, and an unusually large num-
dollar month in town
only one per a ,Jones delightfully en-
I ber took advantage of invitations to
of similar size near Philadelphia. If attend. little folks between the
the referendum had been in opera- and ten Monday after-
] Much of the music used
was arranged -
tion, twenty per cent of the voters Easter arty.
Cadman Indian John S.
by one song Rowlandtakes
at the last election could have calledan Lee took Mrs. Yonge and
was sent to Mrs. Murphy from the
election to see if the majority of Sanford last
Carlisle School and 'the work for the over to this means announcing to his patrons
the citizens were willing to pay these they enjoyed the Eas-
entire taken from Indian
evening '
was that with
rates. Its my opinion they would themes.A at the cathedral. beginning
have refused. Mrs.. E. Lee Smith and
The Commission Government law poem, composed by Rev. Irenaeus
B. in Winter 'Park
are Monday Morning March 31
Trout of the
of New Jersey which was passed on on Legends Seminoles I Ii Rev. Smith is as- ,
i was read and listened to with
I great
bp experts and submitted to the best
lawyers in the state contains the Initiative interest, and. Mrs. Murphy's short lecture Crawford meetings and there. his place of business will be number
I about Indian son are
customs and the
Referendum and Recall, and King.
I know that Gov. Wilsonnow origin of their queer songs was especially -
r personally
I who is wintering at 17 Church Streetin
( President of the United States),I is a guest of the Thay-
F would have signed it had it not
contained these important provisions.J. GRAND THEATRE. West days. his -the store formerly occupied by J. T. Seegar.

C. HOWELL. "President Wilson," Vita graph- accompanied In addition to the large stock of groceries
topical. Scenes at Sea Girt just af- and aunt to San-
ter the nomination. on their way to Nash- which he now has on Fine Street, he has

Stephen Benet, one of St Augus-,' "The Old Guard" Vita graphI after a pleasant and ben purchased the Seegar stock and will consoli
tine's best knokn citizens, died here.
drama. An old veteran's last days.A .
that city a few days ago after an ill I beautiful and pathetic picture away on a business trip date them as above stated in the Church

ness extending over a year. He_ was "Maggie Tries Society Life," Pathe Street room.
born and reared in the Ancient City -comedy.
and lived thre his entire lif. "The Supreme Sacrifice," Lubin- West's citizens have To.his, former patrons he wishes to take

I I drama.' Lauderdale, where they I I this means of thanking them for past favors

{, If a woman's photograph is a good j cigar factory for and invites old and new customers to come

1" ,likeness, she thinks it cannot do her I I If you utilize the time wasted in of clear Havana I to his new' place of business.uia .. <

'; ;1. : Justice. j waiting, it is not wasted. I

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