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Title: The daily sentinel
Uniform Title: Daily sentinel (Orlando, Fla.)
Alternate Title: Daily South Florida sentinel
Physical Description: 1 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: Josiah Ferris
Place of Publication: Orlando Fla
Creation Date: February 16, 1913
Frequency: daily (except monday)
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando
Coordinates: 28.533611 x -81.375833 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1913.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 1, no. 269 (Dec. 20, 1913).
General Note: J.F. Schumann, editor.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 4 (Feb. 14, 1913).
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Source Institution: University of Central Florida: Florida Digital Newspaper Library
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Related Items: South Florida sentinel
Succeeded by: Morning sentinel

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:_ 4 WILL' IN SESSION" ,;AT ,TIME, -OUR. [ OF a The Sentinel and its proprietor have done as MAIL CARRIERS RECOMMENDED SUNDAY Y SCHOOL WORKERS TO
\ : ;'CL06ESfccdal 'DEADLY' COMBAT ., TO DO THE WORKS MEET IN JACKSONVILLEMuch
., REPORT much for the upbuilding of Orange County as any
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l-; ( to The'sentlne:' Special,to ,The sentinel ', other agency. ., 1aJ to The 'Sentinel.Washington interest is felt throughout th*

twaehiagtGDD.: 'O. ;: ,Feb. 15.--Cabinet ,Mexico, City; Feb. 15. ,Speci L- a For thirty years the two have' worked and toiled .* Feb. .-That Uncle state in the annual Sunday School
t : "::'aseambled.'at tea fifty. ,tonight Cannonading: and, rifle firing begun a It has been our aim and hope all these years to publish Sam should"use his mail carriers for convention which will he held in Jacksonville

J ;Taft Just"before entering cabinet' room. 1 by t federals and rebels'late this after- e a paper that would reflect credit on the community. ' the gathering of the census is the recommendation ,beginning next Thursday and

,marked- to a;callerthat.a message 1 ooon;, following brief respite. Early ,For the past week we have been giving you the i made by U. S. Census lasting until the following Sunday "

had been' receivedfrwa.Madero.,nrglac 1 t this evening seems to be the only indefinite .. Daily Sentinel, while the paper has not come up to our Director Durand, in his annual reportto Noted speakers from all sections of I'

'the United: States. troops;not to prolongation of.deadly combatwhich 'ideal, it ,has given the people :an idea., Many kind I the Secretary of Commerce and the United States will be present, ami
t landed in Mei ioo.. The.'President Win prospect. a words have come to us, all of' which we appreciate, Labor, which was made public here delegations from all parts of Florid

.., In''said to, have explained,:that ,the'ca Soldiers' clearing San Juan de ;* but we cannot continue this paper unless you make ,* today." will be in attendance among there:
i inet, meeting had been:
fk answer to Madero j saying there is no firing on cable office paid up subscribers before we can be admitted to the Sam will not only save much money There will be special days for the

._, j jStIlI today Should cable be interrupted a mails. All of the people here know, that I have put I but will get ,more accurate statisticsif demonstration of different branches
lta.s Iii J cities communication with' the a my all into this business and I need more money if I he impresses his mail carriers into of Sunday School work and the accomplishment r

? 'Washington, D. ,C. Midnight. Feb. outside[ i world would be cut off. continue the Daily. The paper you have been receiving I this ,serv ce. He points out that the of efficiency in each ootf

,:_IHh.' -.. -Cabinet .still .in' session, and'it Federal, troops in state of Oxaca for the past week.is only a faint idea of what plan is especially feasable in respectof On Sunday a big parade will be held
have under'dis- reported.to: have revolted and on their a rural mail carriers. He says the
e, k evident. that they:' . : -we are capable of doing. I
: :-n matters of. the- greatest im"pertance. way to this city to help Diaz. a No one has a cent in this establishment except I chief objection to the present systemis THE NEW UNITARIAN CHAPEL

A private advice states that federal the'Writer. Give me a portion of :what you send away I that the supervisors and enumerators -I.

:, ',' troops,,in Tehuantepec are also com- S to support other papers and you will receive every are almost entirely inexperiencedin The first service to be held in tht

fir.. I ', :MADERO STILL UNHURT. ... ingtoaid: Diaz. morning a daily paper that will give you the news the work.Regarding. new Unitarian Chapel will be hell
'4iIr' -, Madero has not indicated any intention twelve hours ahead of all other papers. I need the the cost of the Thirteenth this morning. The building is not

\Then has Been No Flrfcg State' ,Dark of resigning today Only refusal money and I need it EOW. Will you help me? We Decennial Census, the report entirely completed. But the seats
.* TwifhtIpulil ,'- ;of his army could induce him to a believe'you will. It is almost impossible to call and states that the grand total expenditure were put in yesterday afternoon and
to,f_. SmtW.K take such Madero whatever his from July 1, 1909 to June 30, the
step. see you, but you come and see us or phone us. The all was put in order for comfort
*:Mezieo City Feb. 15-Georgk, shortcomings are, is a brave.man Beside future. 'of the Daily rests with you. 1912, was $15,171,593; of which 7,233, of the public at this first opening day

.+w&h' thousand marines] ,arrived at he Ian, spiritualist and imbued 'Yours truly, 385 was expended for ,the field work The house wfll not be dedicated ,ft-

[. 'Ve -Cru at noon and,was "followed ..with the idea that he is the reincarnation JOSIAH FERRIS.a salaries of supervision and enumerators day. This will be deferred untst 'a

'a: ,hf:three ..er',4.11iaJeritf voaseli. of Benito Juarez and ,the Ap. a ei etc.-; $6,271,446 for com- everything is completed, and all bi1Jt
: :of I tin scants called on .pointed. 'savior of his, country. 0 i-. '. c c a a a a t t a t t, s pilation and publication of statistics; paid.

;Madero. ;,at the' palace this;afternoon A.e iean'..here 'are much incensed I and. $1,676,762 for annual and other Sunday School will be held at 1|

:jb remind his resignation\ but he rex over the statement of President Taft I investigations of the permanent Bur o'clock, at which hour the pastor Mir

filed to be seen. on: any bisaess.r that'United States will take no action BOOKED ATTRACTIONSPLAY THIS IS WHAT THEY SAID eau of Census. The 'total appropriation Elinor E. Gordon, will give a short ,
:R:is said that this will' ke,him a until Americans are directly attacked.Prominent reciepts, etc., were $15,175,487.The talk to the adults. :

[I lawbreaker:and invalidates his claim Americans 'here declaredj Bureau of Census was mainly Hour for the regular senices..llt'

,to' tree presidency.+ ,. He :is'bound.by ; this afternoon that it would be HOUSESAND.fAIR OFFER SUBJECT. FOR SUNDAY MUS. occupied'during the fiscal year of 1912in 11 o'clock, to which a cordial invitation -

:\ ,!tie constitution to confer ,with,the worse than useless ,to send troops MUCH ENTERTAINMENT INGS. the compiling of the results of the is extended to all, regardless !of
._': MBihfrs of, cengreie-wheeneger'they : in over. When W. S. Branch has somethingto Thirteenth Census, but also the annual
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here now sso they come Judging from the many posters sect or creed. The Orlando Unitarians -
-'-'':. demind." Saute .now. has..the. 'power w daing" number! prepared to exeoqte being exhibited in-the city, Orlandois say you usually give ear. And I work required under the Permanent would like to have the general

c ;to:impeach;; him.Seaitars *.,eo p.D'etat, which could easily to have a very entertaining week. this is what was heard: I Census act was carried on as public understand just what Unitarianism

; the satisfaction W,gave,ara,that Ma- tsar j .vessels at Vera Cruz. Adevnt of: "Human Hearts" will be played in W./S. Branch's store in, the Arcade,I The total Census force on December would also request .that those ,of.a

"; den most surrender''or he w.H fight ; American, troops',at this late date, it the Orlando Opera House.. building (Laddie at his heels) and I 31, 1912 numbered 813 with742 liberal faith, both residents and"visitors

to the finish. The .iu1ift't.Dii t 'I:is'feared,'would be regarded as Amer- Tuesday is the grand opening day aid: Mr..Branch do you know how I I special agents additional stationed come in and feel a{ home. '"

::;' 'TBniiiM'H. t'H..rThe. has 1 iican .invasion and 'Madero. and .Diazforces of'the Orange County Fair, and old Laddie is? Mr. Branch knit his in the southern states to collect sta- Unitarianism is not strong in the
.bean ,so firiag since darkae**. The combine brow for a moment and replied: tistics of cotton.
; would probably against among other events the annual, auto- ? south. Nor is it generally well under
J .report that Madam 'was. shot;is' ',aalended. .a: common, enemy: and war of untoldulster mobile parade will take place earlyin "Laddie is-is-is nine years old. No, I On the subject of appropriations stood. By some Unitarians are elapsed '

,.; ,' ., The 'President, is' in;'the:'1'I would probably. result.United'Statts the afternoon. Tuesday eveningthe think you are mistaken 'said Mr. the report states that the Bureau's as infidels and heathen. A molt
t, 6ien 1'pa1i.e .. ]I O'Neal, think he is ten years old estimates of expenditures for. the fiscal .
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f < $ : \ depnty"consulgeneralVaaRorn ,famous artists, Annie Louise David thorough knowledge of them would
1 '---'r ,. ,'t,:1 ,:was,deliberately fired upon 1 I I: ,. harpist'and' Marcus Kellerman, and that',is Mabel's recollection' alSo I I "year 1913 was $1,612,440. The total dissipate all such ideas.It .

NEW SDiNOLE. THE PMBE last,night near wrecked consulate and I'baritone, will be heard in concert at "No," said Mr. Branch, "I am sureI I I appropriation by Congress for the is but little more than a yea

I A : OF, WINTER PARK'. 11 escaped only by dodging around 'the I' the Lucerne Theater., am'right, I came from Dakota here, year was 1548920. Included in this since the organization' of the Frst
nine years ago and moved in the Ferris amount was $120,000 for the employ-
'"Freckles dramatization of Gene
---- e. corner: .. a Unitarian Society of Orlando. It..if .
f ''' Winter'Park, .Fla, :Feb.- ;:15., I Stratton-Porters' novel of that name, house. Milton Dovel came along ment of temporary clerks to completethe only within the last few months thai '.,

,:;: ial Correspondence.-The.:New s1-1 STILL UNSETTLED appears at the Lucerne Theater next with two pups in a Basket and asked Thirteenth Census work, and $272 the idea of a church in Orlando first, '1
12 if didn't want one, saying that Mr. OdO for the printing of the reports. 1
i! nole Hotel January. ,Special to The Sentinel Wednesday night took root. Only a few weeks sine
:-'tfiUed'Witii' guests D.of whomexpress .. Situation Mexico: First,,seventh ,For Friday, night; Manager Barkerof O'Neal had bought the other so I The estimates for the work of the a chapel was first considered. From ;

? themselves as greatlypleasedjF day of battle- continued more savagely. the Orlando Opera. House offers took one and gave it to Berta, and. I Bureau for the fiscal year 1914 Sunday to Sunday audiences have increased .
'with the accommodations famished at than ever., Madero has announced' "The Goose Girl" know that was nine years ago." amounted to $1,238,380, a net decrease from less than a score tq '

1, this beautiful new'house., It is safe "I'n die rather than resign. Of course the moving pictures will This argument was too convincing as 'compared with the appropriation nearly one hundred. The outlook if ;

:, :to .say that" no, more. .complete-, .or"" Government at Washington has had be shown as usual, and in addition to for Mr. O'Neal and he and Laddie made for the previous year. bright for the future. It will 5d
y'? tastefully furnished j ter'tour.f, no official information from: Wilson these performances the Johnny Jones took their departure. But some one made more inviting as time goes oa. 1
hotel stands in Florida. The 'successful for 24 hours. Carnival Company will draw large watching them around the corner remarked I ORLANDO' PUBLIC SCHOOLS It will be one spot in Orlando to .

't" : business the ,house is' enjoying Second, Americans in Mexico City crowds each day at their stand near : "Laddie is the only thing which all can come'and feel at home 1
in town thatcan keep with Mr.I The Orlando public schools have an
} is 'phenominal for a new house are denouncing the halting, weak policy the Fair Grounds. up I
I enrollment of about 700 has
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O'Neal. seven
:and demonstrates that there was Geed of .Taft: administration. They are A GOOD MAN IN OUR MIDST '
teachers .and under the
: of such house ,in central Florida. teen Superin-
a in their assertion that it
unanimous
AUCTION SALE POSTPONED. I '
of Prof. W. S. Coleman is
':. That' the builders,',The' Seminole has been responsible for the loss of I IMMANUEL BAPTIST .CHURCHo tendency Hon. W. S. Witham better knows
_____ becoming one of the leading schools
I tel Co. chose wisely in selecting the many lives and more to be secrificed Auctioneer Haynes, who had plan city for several days and called and' -I,4
the state.
Some of the believers in the's.Ptist tof sDuring !:'
site is .beyond'qUe tion. The man.agement ; in the reign of anarchy that prevails. ned a great big program for Pine Cas- I the'jut the as '"Billy" Witham has been in tlig
and buildinghas
faith doctrine to 'year
are organize a
of the .house is: under ,thepersonal Destruction of in his to the Sentinel office
Third property paid respects :
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tle yesterday,I including a foot race been ,
new church in Orlando to be knownas greatly imporved and every
of'Mr. R. .P.Feky .
supervision thus farts estimated at twenty (as do all great men).
\' city from Orlando to' Pine Castle, to be the Immanuel Baptist Church. part of',the premises put in a most
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president 'of the :company millions. Number of killed Mr. Witham is' at the head of t
persons participated in by twenty men, who ,condition.The .
They will hold their first service Sun sanitary
'Hoa.::W.: R. _O'Neal; .of Orlando, is them women, including string of banks that reach half ti
A. among many were,to start,from the, Coast Line de- day morning at 11 o'clock at the building is too small to accommodate way
: secretary and treasurer. As an, example Americans, runs into thousands. the South across .the continent, and when nil
8.40 ahead of
at just
pot the enrollment and second
'. Grand Theater, which Cot Watkins a
.Z of what push can do it .may Fourth Soldiers of Madero'a t I name in connection with
army bound morning train, and follow the will be constructed appears $
has them the of for building daring
kindly given use 1
'f "be: stated that this hotel, was_ built at points outside the city reported revolting track to,the Castle, :where'other athletic their Sunday service. Prayer meeting,j|I i the coming year which will be locatedin bank, that is taken as a ,guaraattl'
furnished and opened in a little.overall honest"methods
banl-
Diaz. of and
and marching to join sound
and an auction sale of lots
months and substantial sports will be held on Wednesday eveningsat the northern portion of the city, 'c
no more
hotdiS ', 0< Two thousand Zapatistas are.expectedhere were.to. make a big days program, some hall or private ',home which Orlando prides herself on her splendid : ing.M. ,
'f : in the state.,
hourly to join him. I Witham is more than a.bankejhe ;i
compelled to call the whole affair Board'of .
'who was will be announced later. ,Rev. Frank : schools, and the. edu-
,Among the prominent ,guests, Georgia',is,first of four battleships off.on account of,the inclement :weather. I is a Christian gentleman whose efforts 'j
Parker, .a prominent Baptist ministerof
here for the season'are'It E. Os-
are have
rushed from Guantananmo to arrive. improv-ing helped many a man-especially
weather
He
er. announces now, per-
t' :borne ind family, of La. Crosses Wis., Nebraska Massachussets, has kindly: offered I the to live for thl
She arrived today. Virginia, young men
.. mitting, the program and sale will oc private schools and Rollins collegeof
conduct the services Ills
Miimeapo.lie Jf to during stay
E. N. Osborne and wife of I ,
; Vermont not.far behind.. ,advertised'for best that there is in him.
'maid f cur Monday just as in the city and will preach the sermon Winter Park (which we count as
Mrs. J. V. Quarels and of Orlando has and
a great respect
), Mrs.J --- '-- Saturday.AT Sunday morning., Those ,interestedin a part of Orlando) this,city,offers unusual -
Milwaukee, Wis.; Mrs. ,Eakinj : I I love for Mr. Witham. r
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. Mrs. 'JohnsonMrs..,'Weakley, HIKERS FAIL TO 'CROSS DELAWARE this: ne wchurch organization are .facilities for education and is
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#, of 'Nashville Tenn. Mrs. ; 'Walter LIKE WASHINGTON THE METHODIST CHURCH requested' to be at the service :this an inducement to many people who
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> > SpeeUl to 1 morning The public,is cordially invited want to establish a home where social
_, to"Chess. .and family ofPittsburg- ,' Pa., ;: N. J.,. Feb. 15, The"suffragette Rev: F. R. Bridges, a former pastor: to attend. i, educational conditions are good.JIMMIE .
fnr.: !-;and Mrs.Farnham, of New Havea marching to,the,national of. the Methodist'.Church, will preach 0' I land For, the benefit of our Indtaqa

(( Conn.; B. E.. Edwards and familr ',capitol,:failed today in their ,plan today morning.and,evening. 0 : GALE GETS DECORATED friends who are thrcity we pus
el-!:LaCrosse; Wis.; H.. .D. Irish of LILY 'WHITE SALE I .. ,
1 to emulate George .Washington bycrossing i ,Rev Mr. Bridges is the Presiding lish the receipt of a telegram aanoundng >
:, ,Grand ,Rapids, Mish.' ; )lr. aid' ,,Mrs. the. ice-packed Delaware i Elder{'for the' Gainesville District in I r Jimmie Gale got'what'was comingto ,the total destruction by firf

.; .Wellington, _of Sommervilleij' : .:Mass.; River. Therewere, no ferries running!i which Orlando,is now located and is ,...-SfntinVwith- ?? fo call-thp atr-. him Saturday night, when he went 1 of the McIntyre Block in Auburn. It
4: J)..Bosking and ife.aad!Anthony' and.no bridge at hand, as had been a'man'beaoved by all who know him. tention of the ,ladies-ofthis.eity.4o'J.to the Church' street grocery'and this buliding were the county ,recordf
::Hoiking and wife; of Chkago, ;HL; I Marion ves. Marion is Lily White 1 f
thought He is a, fine ,preacher and a moving undertook to abuse Elam Orcutt, one as rooms here were occupied as *.
,; i h 4 Baker U. S. A.; Admiral and i through and through.'*He has a Lilly court house the construction
Unable to commandeer any boat, to spirit in ,the Florida ,Methodist con j:of the, proprietors. Orcutt, is from during
= Yr L :'FitabnlB Bli :C4, sad"f I;: 'Mrs.Hofh .j construct pontoons, the army abandoned ference. No one'will make a mistakeby White sale now on.. Those of our ladies -('I I Oklahoma and ,has an Indian..mother of the new'Court House.. Many of tat

t Reed',; 'KrI. : may, the idea ,of' crossing over to coming out to hear him. who,are'in tbesWth1I'winter and a nervy :white father, and ,when records were,destroyed including thetax'dupitate
"} New Castle ,Pa.;'Mrs; :, Meyers, Bristol, Pa, and set out shortly after for the .first: time will. find much',to,Gale: jumped, onto, him,., Orcutt laid I which means great in.

: and daughter Pittsbtrg ;.:..JlnitB two: o'do ,for,;Burlington, N: J. )WILL BE EXHIBITED HERE interest them,during this'special sale.'1.thejwar.paint on. with'such stress ,as I I IJ' convenience.The .

," : tad Mrs. Watson, Ct.DT. ... I Social ,Sales, have, proven' popular; .Ito J'' 'make. it.,necessary.for Gale to seek I plant of ,the Courier 'Print s
., .J.'PhiWpe.wife Id' _._. _'Ir WILL. PASS THROUGH CITY A number;of people from,Orlando in all cities .that progressive businessmen '.the services of a physician,:which he : Company .was'alos destroyed lad tie .
,laheaulue J WIa.ldiids ." '" have 'visited the poultry .show at .make a study of.this'f afatrv; f,i did in company.with policeman Broom 1 McDowell Buggy Co, It was'the wow .

''C'---: ,... .' Large.. Party ':From,'Cbamiati Are I..telandthia: week' and all of them the business that they may pleaatf:the:!:aad.,after, his face ,tad, 'head was! fire in the history of "Auburn.WEATKE 1

has $ Gtlag'",to,Tampa declare that' it is"the'-'biggest and public,'and the public., appreciates--- this' !!'patched op'so that it'would hang,t -1 ,
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da l,3.F: . Oae homed and fifty leading bum- best thing
;ittdrrl : "..The MW* air -aaraa f'wBl M)j IdwiagtfceaadifK and>:their' -lades will'' pass.through is estimated at 1100,000. AUCTION'SALB 9'LOIIjii :with:hfe wife mi J babies te-! enabled to;gr {the ftHewfagt. .. ;Tell. -
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Orkado::en-route, to 'the Panama Thk a hit hill be "ieeri: at::the ''riitWe'.t"H. , ". .: .' l1i......1'. .,!, stead .f._ 'stayiag' ,,im, .tW_ J' Sty";"Bastifc, ,.>mtv.;,c "FrUav:':..tfett ,at: ,?. !.a.t ... ('
.. Canal bite on the- annual tour of the Oftagt:Ceeaty Fair next week. kethy ..wWB, '. Wlsv"' HHiB*tBe'w I 'been(deck.,, oisy'.--lie'biitairr : j'47;_:A( .:a..,*L, s** *y.: ..' L 1
f t Chamber of"Ceauerce for ; '..... ia/ lk-. ;f" __L:.. ,' '
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ask wiy,ttm C&iaaati Friday airf* .. 'feeWtty.. rams. .,ia:l peakMkr. -: this'.. ..... : : : ; 'fast t-J sAr tnm siehJw : .It'..wffl.U.Meer fnsa'aV. ....al aaiBafe :.. H"
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,1'r 1\ oJ.....,.:Ju.," :Studies the,advantages i of. general. -
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;, s ture; and refinement .
,; ..- ..; ;The',institution. has, grown. ,''.teadily Sit down and SUIB'Up'aI your bills, putting
(;*,'>- Dothjntsite:} :and in,its' reputation for ,all in one' amount, then come and,see us and Advantage i

.: f: ,, scholarship and excellence, many; give,us an opportunity to explain our up-to- : : i
t-": fifties, being' represented: by:'the pu 'date plans forrelieving your financial pains '

F k 4 pile and members.of the.alumnae., ,
: -'.In the boarding, department' there THOUSANDS OF THINGS IN THIS STORE THAT WE BELIEVE IN GIVING OUR CUSTOMERS MORE FOR: ;
.are' thirty students enrolled, whfl- < YOU CAN PURCHASE'FOR LESS MONEY THAN THEOR MONEY THAN THEY CAN RECEIVE AT ANY j
a there:'are.about :sixty-five_ from the ; OTHER STORE IN ORLANDO
ELSEWHERE. WHY NOT.PAY THIS STORE s -
tity! who aendhe daily' classes. :
; A' VISIT AND ,PROFIT BY OUR REPU
'The school is.beautifully located on
ri.. :Lake i"Eola,'and on the pretty campus TATION FOR, SQUARE DEALING oLCULLOCH'S THIS STORE is ALIVE f
'"VX is ',a group of four buildings. Pell'Clarke i
-It :. ,Hall, containing the receptiongirls' ,

:, 0 i.,,t '*a6ee>ttim'10..0.,A aBd.,dormitories. 'sitting. room; :Bishop, Principal's. Gray [ DEPARTMENT[ [ STORE[ WITH BARGAINS, HOSIERY IN CLOTHING,HATS, SHIRTS, UNDERWEAR .. I s :I,
ETC., AND THE PEOPLE
WHO CARE :
V fall in.hiCJ. all classrooms
: are ;
TO
t SAVE MONEY HAVE THE GOLDEN j;
'" f fody.hall,and art: rooms; Cluett,Hall OPPOSITE POST OFFICE BY TRADING WITH OPPORTUNITY' ,
,,\ attaining the auditorium, music
,, ::;rooms' and on the' second' and third tt Try Shopping With Us by Parcel Post. All Orders
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'I our ,: 'dormitories. ;, and ParkhiilKail Receive Prompt Attention Earner's New York
4 a which contains the dining-room \
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} titchen,,storeroom and dormitories.' ,
'The system of instruction is very _
;:'. i:sojnplete, and ,intended to. fit graduates '
0. for,' entrance into any f'the miMIIMIHMMIMHMI .. Bargain Store
t standard.colleges. Besides' 'the classical :
scientific and :literary courses, CARTER'SNEW ,: WELCOME TO i

: '. i'upon. the, completing ot'any' one of If You Would be Posted be a Daily Visitor to this Store
,, : : ROYAL PALM. '
: which the'pupil may receive.the school STORE 9 i I
.diploma, special 1.,advantages are offered . I iZ
jn voice, 'physical SHOP
; i pianoforte I 'In Highland Grove BARBER I. i Z
J allure, dancing, elocution, and a val. I
r 'file.course in art.and the history o f New Fresh Stock,of Staple Modern and Complete. 9J

-'.j ,,,art'The, faculty is composed of eleven Low Groceries.and our Our Prices Expense Low.is ; I Everything new, individual

." .*' refully'' chosen, instructors, 'grade= We' Deliver to Any Part electric attachments at every
chair. No stone has been left J fH UM lIAR
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< .&ftes,: of colleges and:universities 'a of the City. A Telephone, unturned to make this shop :
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;. :Msident'nurse. ,. and "house mother" Order to 325 will get the meet th erequirements of the :
aeerrfary, .Goods.' i
most particular. Plenty of
o" Although the school is under the .
'B&anagement. of.the,Episcoal Missionsry L OIL AND GASOLINE room. Courteous attendants. i
District of Southern'Florida, it is DELIVERED AT ELIJAH WHITEHEAD,

'tot sectarian and:many of the' stud YOUR DOOR Proprietor. ,

$. I :ints ,are, from non-Episcopalian Ii. OrangeAr&, - Orlando, Fla. '
'iomes. MIIIMIillllllMIMMHBarylarian's ,

: 1 For, the ,past, two o'''years'. Reverend,
Z: 'I.*, P. Cobb/:-of..Philadelphia,' has been I ,

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fr-.f. :' ;aad,to him.and to.Mrs.,Coob is large- h 1
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r.n ROLUH3 COLLEGE Latest Designs and Patterns ..
; 'J jatei)'Park,:Fk.,,':Feb.14-Presilesl.and in Oriental Goods r r .', .
: Mrs. ,Blackman entertained Expert Tailoring for z f ,
>|Be "Fortnightly dub, the faculty of Ladies and Gentlemen ,

.I ;.u.. college, and a large number of Progress Laundry forWhite ,AreNo
; 'winter! visitors.'ontMonday'February Folks' Only J

'- ; ,;30);)in their spacious. and attractive 'better cigars are to be
r>s. Cor. Church and Court.Sts.
feme.Tta.
,:entertainment ,of -the evening I' found of anywhere than, hence-we we'resure feel Hardware, Agricultural Implements, Harness Saddlery '

:; riposted ,of a.song lecture.'by Mrs. i no hesitancy in saying that

''Jeannette, Robinson"Murphy',of Or- G.G.WrightA. i regardless of price, therels ; Paints, 'Oils, ,Building Material, Etc ,
F luido,',:on' The Folk-tayes and Folk WA.Slaughter. i not a cigar made that you ; ,
:tenge of the;Negro. Mrs..Murphy.is .D. WrightTHE can enjoy more than '
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.daughter of the distinguished' ahem. HAWLEY'SSTRAIGHTS Orlarid.0, IFlorida
: .. ;fct,,.Prof..;Norman ,Robinson, who 'at 'SLAUTER MFG. CO. ,

.one ti IU.was at the head"of the' dejftttme&t Special Manifold Soil Pipe I andHAVANAS o t ts
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of. natural science at Fittings. o _
'. .gee> She:has. made an extensive- in- Foundry and Shipping Point: 'Made in Orlando. Sold by
.1 Sate and careful study ,of negro
Orlando, Fla. all Dealers. Only cost 5
; ,}oTlore' Kentucky, Florida and andChattanooga cents.'

i the rsouthern ,states, and her thor- Tenn.IIIIIIHIM". ASK FOR THEMHIIMHIMIflillliMMMM
: fogh knowledge, of music. and wellntne4 '. '
: voice ,qualify her in an eminent W. M. SLEMONS I

jc degree lo' interpret the negro -- ---:-- --
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melodies.with fine effect. Mrs Mur- J f
: fhy haa given'this lecture, and others
Employment
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fl -similar sort, .before many audi I RYRYTlhNfFEED "
noes in,the South and in- the,North II
A Our New Sfoc is In
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'4 always ,with great'success..Many |_ I -IN- 5tlin Ciiing

lave testified to the exceptional.value
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f.. 04'':the charm of her work. Asa Tell your troubles to Palmer.He And we will offer to you a Choice Selection of High Class
Y 'Southern,woman, intimately acquaint- will get reliable help ia any II Goods. o ;

,id with the'old slaves, their religious line' of employment IN DRY' GOODS, ALL THE STAPLE AND USEFUL '
'Uea, their, African .inheritance, and Phone 105 -FOR- GOODS as well as FANCY SILKS, and FINE DRESS
fceir:"racial exepriences, she is,excepMonally GOO: s, HOSIERY IN SILK LISLE AND COTTON, and

well I qualified to,interpret, the Many,Accessories that Women Use. . . . JI. .
; to those who bred underSher ltl LIVESTOCKLAUBACH .
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conditions.' It would be;a good HAND Bargains Six Days in Every Week I .
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Sing for both races, and ,for allfarts ELIJAH .
.. of .the -country,. if Mrs.. Mur11178 Fimeral Director 'We'carry all the, time a large stock of SHOES of the .-
4. sympathetic study of the negroid amdEmbalaer ,best makes and newest styles. KING QUALITY MEN'S ,
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a also of,the:mountain white, could SHOES. CRADDOCK TERRY'S WOMEN'S SHOES :
he .heard.everywhere. .,Hand Block' Pine St. Phone 85 The Grain M n.0IIrdI' AND CHILDREN'S SHOES. NONE BETTER ARE ::

fp f fiz .. HUM 188 SOLD IN THIS MARKET. -
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SIGN PAINTING II 1II.I!!! tl .t SCHLOSS BROS. FINE SUITS FOR MEN at $15.00, '5." .
desirable .... ..... . ... ', ,
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lack ,Preston will paint' ,your I. have some' very I.[IIIIIII'U'I'.1" -- o \ $20.00, $25.00 and $30.00 are'unsurpassed for STYLE
lIP oa short, notice. Good, work Building Lots overlooking Beau """" FIT AND'QUALITY.

'ti. 10.:Washington,:street 146tDo tiful Lake Eola, which I am now LJMustard LORD 'BALTIMORE' BOYS SUITS WILL BE SURE .
r offering ,for sale. These lots ,. :TO PLEASE YOU. - !
widefmke'Mwipaper have doubled in value in the'last
live
you',want thread a : '
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delivered at your two years.
...me-or.place of business every mom.fcg building.lota;conveniently located '
: ' scarce. If you ,Manicure, Pedicure, Shampoo, xAi' ..
before breakfast f If so, let us are becoming M. SlemonsSHING1LE6'
,end'you- the Sentinel. it contains;all. are interested call and. see. me at-', Face and Scalp Massage., ,
lie/t.WI of'Orlando' ;,Orange county the' Willola. : Parlor. .over- ,Dlckson,&. lyes, store 't' !
r .* 'he'rroIL.: 'It only;costs'ten cent Tel'D1i., corner. Orange and Central .
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IN e "f 'f:..".. ...... ---.'.' J i'I. This oepartaient;has.been'arranged AtlanticSoast; ,Line '.:.>. 6:41pm..
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i"f ":Wise aaieFe.15-'Never:; 'be kr tM,benefit;:of:all'viaitorg.to:Or-i Seaboard,Air, Line arrives;* "
/1 ;fors'in'the'Ji0tory to the Capitol, not,.Undo;but;especially' forth' wishing I From Wildwood'6:35pm
2 'even;during; ;'moat ,notable inangmtioos to attend the Orange Gouty'Fair. ,It S.A. L. Orlando to.Lake Charm: .
;; ? ,.'..has',there ',been such. a I is',our purpose to publish ,accurate Leaves daily...i...... 5i00p.m.Arrives : . '".' is H1RSHCLOTHING
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:, throng ol laawma'men,in the Senate'ehamberia !schedules,daily,of,the arrival and departure eo. 8:45a.m., < ., '
" that.which listened to.the', of trains, also the hour.and .
), euglogiea 'on'.the,;late:vice'president place of' ;public conveyances from cityto New 7-room house, with ,electric
"\ the Fair grounds lights, bath and all modern conven
i Long before :the set for the
. ,; hour North Bound Passenger Trains ,. iences. Lot 75x200. Price, 2850.I
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; "oPeningt of the ceremonies the galleriea
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.and : : Atlantic CoastLine .... 1:35p.in. CHADWICK & COOPER. oods Notions hoe
ed men ,women:. Army officers Dry
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' foreign.'diplomats,in.their court uniforms Atlantic Coast Line 12:31 a m.
; Atlantic Coast Line Local Phone 535, Sightler Bros., for gro
former:senators and members I ,
, ; Tampa'to Sanford ... :8:01 p.m. ceries. Prompt delivery. 18 Church ,
,of congress sought,seats of'vantage
> Seaboard Air Line:...... 9:00a.: m., street '
whence better view the
they might
I ,exercises than from' the floor. South Bound Passenger Trains r" : I
I Atlantic'Coast Line' .... 3:05 a.m,, Pope & Cox's Lunch Counter No. 1 .
The desks'of the Senate had been :
' removed and small cane chairs were Atlantic Coast Line, Local I;Pine street for a good steak or some .
: :ranged row after fo-w' to, accommdate oSanford I to :Tampa ... 8:47 a.m j thing good to eat 12 :

the nearly floor: ,one of the.thousand,chamber personson alone ladies'' and Gent's F Furnishings

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.. Here were gathered the dignitaries of f
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. President Taft and his Cabinet o cu- The Best the
is Cheapest
pied;large leather'chairs in:the open '
? space below the desk of the,president a : stoaks1.-
.of:the Senate. Behind them were seat- SO GET THE BEST OF We carry one of the heaviest

ed the members of the Senate,the dip.
lomats of. the great' powers, high officers Paints and Wall in this: section of the state, therefore
: of the army and navygovernors Paper I
,of several states memb rsof'the Supreme ;j can suit you in anything you want.
Court of the United States, the j .
THE 1912 WALL PAPER IN SAMPLES '
Commerce Court and lesser branches I Come and We the best
of the ''judiciary, IS GRAND AND I WILL BE PLEASEDTO see. buy on

' Members of the'House Repsenta-: SHOW THEM.. ALL YOU HAVE TO
the market and sell as reasons ble
tives occupied seats on the Democratic " DO IS TO TELEPHONE, AND I WILL as:
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; side of the chamber ,not occupied BRING THE SAMPLE TO YOUR HOME. i
r ,by.President and'former members possible.
': the,.Senate..Among this number was t ,

Former Speaker,Keif er,.of the,House. GEO. A. BARKER, PHONE 268 We feel that we make money bye

V The Orlando Sentinel makes ,a giving you a square deal That it is! '
weeping appeal to. the. ,Orlando merchants --

the to Orlando fight county merchants division., Orlando W i the best for us to sell you good goods at at|

,papers or any other people,living out. ELIUfffiT AT
small and often. Our
tiilr the:new county' to do with the 1 profit see you .
i question,? If ft, comes,to a vote they
e have nothing to say regarding' SISSESHAIILM&BMUSTalk goods will make your heart happy,1\
diviS-1
ion. The time to wake up is ,
the business men of,Orlando are save you money and bring you back-
assisting the scared politicians the
.s "county-seat to retain. the north, end Is the of the Town when you need more.
i We' are'\already separated.-Sanford I

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.', ,l.. :Y':;;. S3 ; .' h <$i- SENTINEL The Sentinel reproduces several.editorials .

.'". S ;Florida,. ...-. '.:Sentinel' .,,, ,The,;Daily,:.Sentinel "has'.found a :from the Sanford Herald that r
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Orlando, '.Good'" words,:have'come. ,tous by our neighbor. They say sto all Search You WilYou
'1;:.'. :# ,. MJ' _> l K,i4D' '. 'from every'e uree. Not only.good the rest of Orange County' that,;you as

', ,';,. }" i'J. ; ) ,, words,,but good deeds; for;they have can' not help yourselves eVen (you.
. ;r' .'-:. .tII'DAlLT. SBiTINBL, .. been. liberal with 'their, in the have
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q. -''lie"ice:fcfl, ...e'paid ;.......$LMIB extra.'copies to.send away us to understand that they have
:J .l __ f 8BKT1NSU. Orludo' Florid ,Invariably' they ask"'us .if, we are enough'legislators "fixed" to get ,the
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r'::,!j/ ""J :Phone,24 such_kind things that,we.are at timeson God pity Florida. it.be the law of : Your Money Elsewhere

the :verge of saying "Almost, thou this great state that a small bunch of '
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;t. ; # : noble Festus! ':There are,many:thingsto ing real estate speculators can manipulate t

.). iUNDAY;_ FEBRUARY. 16, 1913., ,consider. 'It takes ,money' to rUn the state legislature, and defeat I :; NOR CAN, YOU FIND BETTER JEWELRY
rl : [_a| a.daily paper and lots:of it.A good the will of a large majority of .
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; \Oftwoai::weather again. daily requires high priced help, :anda the people, then good bye Florida. '. .', THAN; OURS. FOR SEVERAL YEARS THIS ,'I :' !
plenty. of I it. Orlando is large Honest men, men who believe in honest ..? .

,;,x f' :Qriattii is an';;all. ,the year round enough in population in purse;and in laws, and the people ruling will : .>.,' HAS BEEN .SO, IT IS SO TODAY, AND WILL
.' I< .J ',... business: town purpose to support a daily equal to hardly invest money or establish a ,
aj :.A '! .- 'o the best ,in the state and, is entitledto home in a land where such principles V' BE SO TOMORROW, NEXT YEAR, AND IN

' '.,4'. "t ,:Ciihsi'making growing in popu- such.. prevail Sanford is so desperate thatit ...... ..:" r .'' ..

..:'. ,as''a*IHoor''rt., ,,.. We promised the people on the has become with, them, a. questionof VV V THE YEARS TO COME. t i .
-> .., ' 2 '. ,"" 0', start. to give them a paper for two rule or ruin. '.; .
a .:. j i- lheri'1re, Yeliet.meaner.individW weeks, and _as yet have made no otherpromise The Sentinel is not ready to believe ,; i.
=. r .wltTi,*" a*? t1 than:the ,dog and shall not until the way that the law makers of Florida are
.n{,L ... .j -....rs.. is made dear to us to make good fur- willing to sell themselves body and j
: i; .:- .-------o---- i ther promises., breeches to any man or set of men. Why Not Have I the Best and e ure- ;'

;} ,',. FacpeIM3." . are being. ;made, with Of ,course everybody knows .these Nor wIll they be likely to embrace the
/ 'f.!p" 'from' tie-palmetto' for the'manu-- two.weeks. are run at,a loss,'the pa-' opportunity of trading their heritagefor ,

: ;feeture of,the.coarser grades of,paper.'pen ;all given away except in cases a'miserable, mess of pottage.It .
'' "', .- ''where, people have kindly come in is time for the honest manhoodof '
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t";' );,' -'WomeaA are-..coming., :.,to. x.know, that{and' volunteered to pay for it. this progressive state to rise up If It's in t the Jew lr Line We Havel It It'
.; 1 *hex"1"a eiore has anything- interesting" I I We have had' to work our men.from and shake off the shackles, of politicians ,
; fourteen to eighteen hours each and save the state from ignomyand JT.H.Evans
f x. to say. ..to4them it says it in its ads. day,'
*: -: < -, oMrs. : which',is. too much, as men ,can not disgrace.It .

,4; . : ; Duncan i ',U.; ;;Fletcher:has been ,do their best under such heavy strain,j is always safe to trust the people
'' inanimously" elected"president of the and many mistakes creep into the I and always dangerous to turn
: Sfingresslonal dab. 'it,is'a signal hon. makeup of the paper and in the correcting your back'on the voice of the major- the JewelerOPPOSITE
'. Q !II; of proofs that would not be ity. The man who winks out of his left ,
c 0 I there if a sufficient,force of men were eye while he looks at the people with 1<1f
i the right, will find himself on a polit-
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'r ,lay 'ofj;,tkk: winter in Ajlnata, the run a morning paper, there, must I i ical funeral pile on very short order. .. n'l'
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thermometer hating, registered 24 de- men. ;
:; .!...frees. 'above. zero. I is now in,a,position' to get the extra ,THE:HARNEYCOUNTY (?) SLATE
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.Grand, opera;'prices' are: ,coming work and, good make up of the paper Some of the boys who have been ;I- :!IlIa.
x./ 'fcwn. 'l\atwm: give the'plain people -men of wide experience on large promised a job in the proposed new I
.- : ;'" !eatnee';,to;;I arn that':grand oPera. dailies, and is willing to employ; such county, and some who feel that their I rON
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is.no better;than it sounds., capabilities are not fully appreciated V 1
-. if the citizens want it This- I .
j 0- paper by the circus drivers of Sanford, have .o
,rtts:ZfS Deg. ,Reader, '.:' You,are perusing means that enough ,subscriptions been leaking at the neck, and have let .
,' > /1"11aacopy'of,the"DailySent" nel.mor. must be guaranteed to warrant the the cat out of the ,bag. Here is the
.t ,'toaeI:'than'any paper that has come large 'expenditure., .It is up to you i provisional
program.
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f'tfcto> -';L. hands forMma months. now. Do you want it? 1 For of Public J
:. jrour: uy/ easy Superintendent In- ACCOUNT Of BAD WEATIIERJYur [ I [R -
., " ', ... 0' IL_ As to, advertising, that is an struction, J. Tilden Jacobs; of Chu-
.,;7 .r The king of'Spain \a studying avi- proposition and we ask no guarantee..j luota.

i. ''; iUoB. ,In:view"'of..revolutionary',ac- Business men realize the value of ad- For county commissioners B. G.
/:'.':: Ivitieg among his subjects 'his knowl- vertising and come .without coaxing 1 Smith, Oviedo; W. R. Healy, Long! "

.:'\( '. :may,come' in mighty handy. if, they know that the advertising is wood; J. T. McLain, Geneva; W. .H.

:; .: . worth the price asked. They are out,Merriwether, Chuluota; Chairman R. .
,?.y ;Iflae;; : Sanford Herald man for business and will advertise where J. ,Holly, Sanford. | \Wbite NUt
:: < :.ffoks':.Policeman':Broome is' one of they get value received.So I Now there is a county board that LilY :

't x);"[ 'fuse 2 fellows ,who. :sleeps! .'while on I ',' if. any propostion made," it ought to suit the,most fastidious political .
';?: .fety,".let:,him :>try to speed his. auto will be made as a square business .critic. "

. (' '4wrn,;Orange .Avenue:: He will find proposition, placing the matter squareup Mr. Smith is a republican,. a good .' ,
:;:. ft"r. ,:wide awake policeman. to the'people. fellow, and an efficient conductor -

.;;-;! 'J.) .! ; .01Holly and thinks that running a
j.E' ." .Bfp&er of,Sanford was.brag. 'FLORIDA'S GREATEST. NEED county is like running a train. In
. : f liar of,the large vegetables grown at The,good roads question should be fact his restless disposition would \ .
t> ; .and il. he ,"Would kept before the public. The fires of make him ideal for Mexico's .
J- haler : you an man Of White Goods Laces and Em- ..
\, i JteHsve_it, I have:seen two full grown enthusiasm should,not smoulder. Keep|code of political economy., ,
;l.t% :laa&rd .poUeemeo .asleep on one them aflame. It means more to Flor- Mr. Healy is a socialist thor-
:: f': ie t ida'than any one other Subject. This oughbred socialist,'*one of the. fellows broideries will be continued
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F 0 \ peat subject, can not _be approachedby who finds nothing right in the way '
.:w.t: i! :lkt eN man, you. will: have .time ,any tangible_angle except bond- of government that doesn't have the
;. :to read this
;fy'you;I to. look;;over the. issues'of i the sooner,.it,comes the better. Mr. McLain is a democrat, a man

: ;}:*':Is part week,: 'then you: will walk There'is no use mincing' words. who has always stood high in the day.: An apportunity to buy as
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,: ;. <"tnmi to. the 'pentinel.office and do Florida roads have: not kept pacewith councils of the democratic party and
;:ii. ;fca which:will,make:it .possible'for the development of the'state..We it'is a surprise to his friends that he
.ri4. E 'tie'paper ,to"continue.. have.,been so,busy selling real estate ,should forsake the' house of his fathers cheap will not be given againin
' '?!'l. iii" 0 that we have neglected the roads until and wander off after strange gods.

,'.C: straw promises to become,.of they''have become a hindrance to W. H. Merriwether is, what is com- 1913' Extra Specials Every
further It has '
now
development I
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known sort
Rbat coamercial:value.; It is tounto'he' monly as a mugwump
excellent material for baskets outgrown the ability of counties to of a political merry-go-round.' He
;sMti handle it It is now a state issue. will .from to with Watch Window }
'. ;tad chair .bottoms and are of travel party party Day. Display
+: 3 The state must take the matter in
$ ;.,very.. ,substantial and:sanitary char the empty political carpet bag in,his
.sletet.', hand and do,the work systematically., hand, begging for political crumbs.A -5 :<. ,' .:
T Nonresidents.own property in Flor. man of*jury fame. :and ,Ask Us ., ,
ida amounting' to millions, and this But 'us. We .
y teaensions .Mr.. Holly pardon
Tk* of money are
paper ,
is taxable Much valuablereal ..
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property. "
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sit down right
It.be redaced. For instance, the dol- r<
nonresident
estate is owned
by
Tilden Jacobs
Poor Qld D J.
kr Ml wUeh is Dow three inches by Tray.
people
who taxes. Ninety
pap
; percent as fine a man as Or-
1H It.;aada,hflf wiUbe reduced .in than \ .
these
of
people are
more
county ever produced, but he
ae six inches. ange
;to two by :
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; ; anxious to contribute their share toward -
into bad But
has gotten company. nev-
0 good roads. er mind Tilden, after the show is MARION IVES
: -Than.are.'865;days In each year that these
_ When it is remembered old will.take under :
: over,' .Orange you :
k feat try. to do.tJae"work: of all :the people are only here about four her wing'and treat you as she alwayshas ... ,
.lays,In o&e.. Let :the duty of each months in the year to enjoy good in the best possible manner. .
Iay'be;:-dose. on that.d ,. Don't' if roads, it shows ,that they' appreciate ,__ i ,
;sssftla,'leave'any for the'next.day, the value of these and ought to be 0
., aed 4o not toy to do ,tomorrow's, today convincing, argument to those who Plan your business so as to attend
t .f (; If,bYe rile is acted upon life stay here the year around who would the Fair this week. Watch the daily
wfll'fo.:,along more smoothly and one have the use of these bettered condi- program in this paper. It will give
: wffl>get far more. Joy and satisfactionwtefit tions. United effort is needed. Let you all the news and the progran before ,

r .- .: Good 'Roads be ,the rallying'cry. yon; have breakfast: .. ... .

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,Just:received, a sew line of "
We have broken line of Also wish to call
a your atten We have fine line
a of SHOES
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75c Madras Shirts for and
: men tion to the extra values
have
Men's Hats, regular price from we of all kinds, and to suit every Don't forget B 0 A R D -
Boys, and for Moaday aad Toes- in Ladies Pique and Embroidery

$2.00 to $3.00 and we will closeout Examine them and you need, and the price is as low as MAN'S" when you want a
) day,:I win sell then at 50c to = possible with the leather
:, that you could not get market dress shirt, we sell the
fetredace'them. Ifyoagetoae any of these that you see in at its
the dressmaker to make them present point We have
"ELIPSE" Shirts,, and they
'.. ,at this,price, yoa win cone !back the window at $1.50 Monday and for the price we ask, even if the them in all sizes from the,tiniest are

!+. for mere at,the regriar. price. Tuesday at goods them.were thrown in free. Look child ,to the biggest foot in Or- second their prices.to none in the world at

ange County.
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'John Bryce and R. E Alverez, of W. M. Brittain, prominently iden ST. JOSEPH'S ACADEMY
'\ Jacksonville, with the Seaboard AirLine tified with the business interests of

: WADE ,- were in Tampa yesterday Orlando is in Tampa for a few days. ,
b THE TUNER Tribune.C. -Tribune. The Catholic School of Orlando,
= ORLANDO, FLA. I I conducted by the Sisters of St Jo- i

H. Johnson, of Orlando, a busi- Policeman Broome is assigned to Fair seph is situated on the corner of Main

f ness man of the "City Beautiful" was Ground duty next week, and we will street and Robinson avenue. I& f

here yesterday greeting his many wager a dough nut that some fellows The sisters opened their school in

: The Morning Sentinel, 10 cents a friends.-Tampa Tribune.Mr. will get an introduction to him to 1889 and since then, without inter-

.. week Subscribe now. their own discomfeiture. ruption have instructed not only the

D tA- 1ti J. W. Scanland, of Carrolton, Catholic children of this city, but
Remember the'Pine Castle Auction Ohio, has arrived in Orlando to spend Mr' Wtihan, one of the greatest many of other religious denomina- ,

Sale is to, take place tomorrow.The the winter and has pleasant quartersat financiers in the United State, "A tions.Within 1

., ,- the home of Mr. Melton Keys, 726 Christian gentleman of high standingand I tie) past three years there:

'. many friends of Jerome Palmer Central.avenue.. a speaker of wonderful power, has been quite an increase in the ',.
Y will regret to learn of his continued will address the Business Men's Bible I number of pupils attending this educational ''

,ill health W. R. O'Neal, who has been Superintendent Class in the Presbyterian Sunday institution; at present the g-

-_ of the Presbyterian Sunday School at 9:45 today. I number of children registered is 1L .Y... ,

A nice room' and range for cook- School for the past twelve years, is !about 120.There . iF. li

ing free to ,woman to look, after 'a an earnest Sunday School worker, and Rex. Daniels says thai the young I are four sister employed in l'S'

7 ;Jew rooms. 'Box' 184. has brought the School up to a me- man who was rejected by his lady :classrooms, while a fifth sister has 'S'i'

bership of 206. love did not understand the art of :charge of'the music class, which con-

Theaters were all well attended last 0 pressing his suit, and recommendsthat !sists of about thirty-five 'pupils, who !J

'., night and the class of entertainment' Every man cannot be. a cigar expert he call around at the Arcade from time to time give testimony of

; : met popular approval. but every man knows the kind Pressing Club and get pointers. :their progress, in musicales held, in .,,.
.x, _,_ of a cigar that pleases and satisfies I the school hall. '
'Take -a, good rest today, for, next him. Hawley's Straights and Havan- With the completion of the rein- I
will strenuous for Orlando forced concrete bridge spanning Oys- The school work of the present i
week be days as please and satisfy more men than i
'business men.' ter creek in,New Augusta, the board term gives evidence of laudable am-
other 5 cent cigar on the market I
j. -' any Sold of county commissioners have added I bition on the part of the pupils, and iI
Made in Orlando, by all
t Mrs. A. ,R. Daniels has ,returned dealers.A. another permanent link in the chain if persevered in will bring about a

\ from a visit to 'her daughter, Mrs. for good county bridges and hard-sur dosing satisfactory to all concerned. I

')..Mortimer Smith, on the,East Coast Heinkel faced roads.-St Augustine Note in AVIATOR HAMILTONWho ,1
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L of Maitland, form
I resident of this city, is spend- TimesUnion.Dr. Mexico City. Feb. 15th, 4:20.p. m. will 1:,
erly a make in his
flights Aeroplane during the
Orange County ,Fair.
t Mrs. T. J. Watkins; of Orlando, few days hereon businesss and Unconfirmed rumor that Madero had t
? spent: several days in 4'
week as the guest of.her friend, Mrs. wide experience in mission work in
Twin Lake vineyard, and the
B. F,. Holland,-Bartow. Record. New 'York and the New England ,
wines he manufactures are handledin t
states'among men, is one of the most } a .
this city by the Cotter Drug Com: .
Among the arrivals, in Orlando interesting and forceful speakersthat 1
pany.-Tampa Tribune. I
yesterday were Mr. and Mrs. H. G. ever came to Orlando. The Sen JE

Bandt, of'Chelsea, Neb. This is their tinel suggests to the Chautauqua 1
Did observe that the Press dis-
first{ trip to the City 'Beautiful. you committee the propriety of inviting
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patches in the Sentinel yesterday concerning '
Dr. Robinson to address a man's meet- .
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the Mexican revolt'reached
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J. W. Gettier, the popular and'competent ing. ii
you eight hours earlier than any "
} agent of the Coast Line. in !
other daily? If you appreciate Mr.'E. P., Hartswell, who has been
this city, is not recovering his health i
prompt, crisp and interesting news spending a couple of weeks in Oraln- l
his friends !WI'hoped.
rapidly
r as as
come in and subscribe for the Daily do with his wife: leaves tomorrow for S
'"'' Sntinel his home in Greenvil, S. C. Mr. {
: Max Gunther, a wealthy businessman SUIT GIVING
Hartswell is conductor the Southern SALEContinued
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of Chicago, is in the city for 'afew'dlJL
He is looking over Florida Mrs. A. L Wight, and' daughter, Railway and is one of the oldeston t
invest- Miss Edith, have arrived in Orlando the road. He thinks Orlando a ,
; with a view to, making large .
\ merits.i from Brooklyn and will spend sometime mighty fine place. Mrs. Hartswellwill

i' in the City Beautiful. They remain here a while onger.R. J JJ

.; have been spending their winters on
The in the various hotelsof '
; registers the East Coast,' but declare Orlandois M: Merideth, agent for the
1 the city show that a.large number the prettiest place in Florida. National: Cash Register Company has

y- of, people are coming into this sec- just been killed in Porter's hotel, ac-
tion and lots of real estate
changing
'bands., We take pleasure in calling atten- ross the street He was shot through FIVE DAYS MORE
tion to the real estate advertisementof the head by rain of machine bullets
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4>; L: E. Crawford to be found elsewhere which entered hotel Sidney Suther- ,

i While you read the Sentinel do not in the Sentinel Mr. Craw- land, a reporter on Mexican Herald

\ .forget. that time' is well spent in looking ford has lived in Orange county long shot in the leg while in a room in .

over the advertising columns. enough to know every foot of landin Porter's hotel which is filled with ;. "": > .
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: Many, times,yon miss good things by. this section. American women and children.Dr. 0 ,
mot leading all the paper. "

i I E. 0. Geurrant, a celebrated WING to the phenominal success ::. "
Mr. D. M.: Rudd, of Orlando, was 0' ,
: The streets were thronged with mountain worker'of Kentucky and ,a *
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down from that, pretty city Tuesday ;
) people lastnight to a late hour and taking in the: Poultry show, and in- I man, of great power among men, is during the past'five days selling '..
the of Mr. E. E. Graham, of the
our busy merchant.were kept'at their cidentally advertising the Orange guest .

: 'counters and desks until nearly midnight county Fair, which is to be held in Graham San Juan knows Hotel how of to this make city. Mr. we have decided to continue this sale ":-'Y' ::. : ,'; '
money
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Orlando Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday 4 '
knows how to wise- ; .< \i':3 I
and Dr. Guerrant
t Friday and Saturday of next adding Coats and Sweaters' -.p
at ,
oiL Both working < ;
ly spend men are
Clerk Wanted We can nse'a live, week. Mr. Rudd is a poultry fancier .,- :
for the uplift of men and the build: : "-
1 wide-awake experienced'groeeJ' clerk himself and expressed himself as sur.
Address Box 148,:Orlando. 3t prised and pleased-Lakeland News. ing of the Kingdom of God. Together o r
they are a mighty power for good. "

F- I Hon.G. J. Strozier w, of Winter Gar-
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+ den, one of the most popular speakersof HalfPr1c:
Orange county, hit the nail on the ;e '

s head at Oviedo Friday :when he stated .'-' .. ,
Neckwear that Forrest ,Lake was public property .
a and that.he proposed to deal with

him as such, and that he believed in

t calling things by their. right names.
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The truth of the whole matter is thatFomst REMEMBER that out of
k WE HAVE" JUST,RECEIVED OUR, SPRING LINE OF ,Lake has invited the criticism every twenty., 'i; % a
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'x:. "; NECKWEAR that', is''visited upon him and : coats or suits sold we refund the" price '"' ...' ;. ': ,

f must suffer the consequence. ,The man

COME, IN' ,AND LOOK THEM OVER YOU.MAY SEE who sounds side his'setps, politics death knell these days. :! tothe one holding the LUCKY"J '

JUST.WBATYOUWANT, to: own I .' \ '-; ,. _
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The Orange*,,,County'Fair' which is'i t\ ,' [. ';. NUMBER All this season's goods! : '

to beheld at.Orlando from February j ; : ,f' .. ; .
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17 to 24,will by many people 'I ;< the ... ", ,' !
bejnsited -Allfin I -
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S SCRUGGS& & DICKSON from,this: : section.: The,Atlantic'', 'i ;", / .. <-, newest &ylesat. ; ',- :, ,: :" T"->:,"

9f i I Coast'.Line has offered' ,a' .very lowrate / ., ,, .
the fairwbieh will be Inducement "
for an : }
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i top4oplejrom. lr8eetion; , ; L'H / '
,SOLE AGENTS'FOR'. of; the southern/;part \of: 'tie stats ', !
There will raagoificent.exkibks'of .' 'I ,

BAIT", SCHAFFNER &:" MARX:.CLOG"l' fruits,:agricaHwal prodoets.: 'poultry,* :a1f: Price.' : 't,, '

DUNLAPHATS I 4 V7 and.live rtsek;',while'- 'maay tttUrtaiQinp -; ,.y. .- r., ,_. , 4 _'_., ."" ; I '-- .

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i-'J"a;:.;\ ;.T*..8' ..a&aieueiAHnrwiAT; *;tha. t"'t'' ._ the .'.. I Lord & BradshawI J i
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;, 1> '?v :witi be most-helpful 'and'of greatest I We wish to,announce to our friends, and the public generally; Ii

',t t" ./ that we bare formed a partnership under the i. nI

'ti, :,,..'r.:j\:;:1ItIl......... )lrthe" t' .subject, of deepest IT above firm name, for a general
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:.'.' ,1 f:BMdicinethe Sentinel has decided .
} to ;fflterview' ,a, prominent' physician i r i
) | | business and ate centrally located in a ground floor office No. 1 y:
-i : .r 0.leach school of medicine represented jt
,i{'; ,,.: in' 'Orlando, and Jt. is a ,safes 17 S. Orange Avenue, (formerly occupied by Hamilton &'4)unni MI M
.veatore' .that, ,it:\will be ..interestingleading '
e ;:full of, valuable suggestions. S Millinery), wheie we will be pleased to meet all our old fiends I

Inline with.this idea, we'have'asked 1 and to make new on"3.

.Dr., Miles Robinson, what reason '" I II
T 'he':had to., give for'the existence. of Our list of city and acreage property is surpassed bv non, 1
the faith that is within him, and why JS 3i
should; homeopathic treatement command ,. and we have some exceptional bargains. COME AND St E Us. I
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H respect And tiis'is' what Dr. 3a II
Robinson said to,us:' wy ; Lord & Bradshaw I I ;.
'flt was something more thar a hundred "

years ago that' Samuel. Hahne- 117 S. ORANGE AVE.
ORLANDO!, FLA. I
; ,, mann, ,a German. 'physiciar :of, note: =! F'T 'i I IIlIiIlu
'and a'member of the "old 'chool" becoming F''m f"Mi' :m.J dgtAdoarif... ilU1n'r."Ji:! : imm m&tlf.j '
disgusted 'with' the heroic rmm1'1

methods of purging, bleeding and, 1
t ,dosing'.which then 'pre-railed, at that i r:

t period, refused to ,practice his art
and took to translates scietific works ,

thus into the engaged German urn language.a. noted English While ]f you want \;

a 'book'his attend:'m was called to certain ;

statements .made concerning BRIGHTER FRUIT! j
r cinchona, the vegetable product from -, ." i
: : Free from the dust mite
which .we h.ve quinine. and for which

""He' det mined to experiment for you command the fancy prices, use- < .i--1

himself, i ad took the drug in generous "SULPHO-CITROL." "
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dos i. To his surprise he found !.

;? ,that produced, in him the very symp- 1r"
tomf .which it wa claimed it would ,
cUri 1 the .disease now known .asa
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N *'.aria. ,This led to experimentsT If you want_ ]

*th other drugs-quite a great many :
.o(them-and he.,found the same results .
uniformly following, viz: when To destroy the "THRIPP," use- ;

in "condition, of, normal' health, ,he -"BLACK LEAF TOBACCO EXTRACT., \
',took'a, given' drug he invariably ex. V
,characteristic Our ne w1913.AImanac containing full I
.perienced symptoms,
: r which! ;When found in .a sick, person, information sent you for three cents .

x .would bepromptly'relfeved by, thatdrug. postage.
;e ;Many other,physisians of,his .
rr' diiy'confrmed his.condusions by aim. t

.Y ikr:experiments,'.and the .result.was
the:,announcement of 'the great law Dr. Thacker, Mr. and Mrs. midst. are invited. This will be a great E. 0. Painter Fertilizer Co.

t .of healing. which" characterizes, the< Fisher are shown in the above These services today ought to service. llr. Fisher will get the .
Homeopathic ,School. ;, Similia simili cut. These gospel workers have touch the life of the,entire city. boys and girls to sing in such *
bus auranbur,' like cures'like. accomplished great things for Let the people give their minds! fashion as Orlando never heard JACKSONVILLE FLA. II.
,
,.,. "Since that time a.hundred years of God in many parts of this coun-1 and best effort for the, good of\young folks sing
practice has established this as a try. They are endeavoring to all. Arrange the affairs of the] At night, Dr. Thacker will

:natural law of, cure;' and when 1 make the services at the Presbyterian household, the business ,place, take as his subject, "Is There a ..
'Homeopathist.i(called to?the .bedside Church ,work for good the lodge, the Fair:-all so that Hell? Or Magnifying the Love -
he dees not inquire'first for the name for' .all of Orlando. The preaching these services shall''have a place t of God." He will try to bring IHIIMillimililltllllllllllillllllllllMIMjItM; .

of tiw'disease, but for:the group of ; and the singing in the meetings in the life of community.. ,the people to a realization of \
WHILE VISITING THE
',.,symptoms which' characterize the particularcas I .are of a'character, to im This morning Dr. Thacker will the tendencies of life and show
q lief re:him;and for these press people with' the earnest preach on "The Pre-Eminent I the laws that finally operate to ORANGE COUNTY
he prescribes the drug which exper methods of this day to,build, the Cfirist. At three o'clock there the fixing of character. FAIR
neat and experience bothindicate': as Kingdom of God. The methods will be a mass meeting' of all Let,all the people come. Come
,:ihe'one needed. And that this is,a are preaching the Word and the young people of all denomi- praying and with an open.mind, __ TAKE YOUR MEALS AT THE }
law'of nature universally applicable, singing the Gospel. There is nations. At this hour the sub-",and come determined to give RESTAURANTI
t ii proven by the'fact that in a'simple: not.in this country a saner, more ject will be "The Making of the 1 yourself to this work. ARCADE ;

.. imcomplicated. case of ..illneSs.ny" earnest; combination of workers Modern Man." By young people | 11 a. m.; 3 p. m.; 7:30 p. m., \
; /BBfflber of Homeopathists willr all than; these engaged'in the services is meant every person under 100 at the First Presbyterian where you are sure of getting just what you wan, I

,prescribe identically, the same remedyahowinir : :now being conducted in our years of age. Old and young Church. in the want it.
prepared

'. ;physician with his'huDian possibilities Phone. J
( of:error :who:makes the selection 4. Freedom from\ deleterious' after t

,'' 'iNt,, ;n !herself and he needs, but effects. iMHiiiiimimiiimimiiMHiiimiimiliiiifiFireplace
to' read hertprescription' aright. 5. In aU branches of medicine, apart

4I c'"Another; method of practice prevailing from .the use of drugs, entire harmony IPS AFAIR PROPOSITIONTO
': in the' Homeopathic school, with that which is best in all

whim resulted from Samuel Hehne. other systems ,I

aanV'experiments, was the reducing. 1
of.the size of the dose to the smallest VISITORS WELCOME AT THE ASSUME THAT YOU ARE Mantels,

'amount necessary, produce the rewit CHURCHES- a .

,;. thus avoiding the administration APPRECIATIVE OF THE VERY Tiles and Grates ' .
of. large ,quantities ,of nauseous or Strangers in the city will find a ,

perhaps dangerous mixtures, which, welcome at any of the churches of BEST. WE ARE SPECIALISTS IN : Calorie Fireless Cookers
after;doing the work asigned to them the city, and you are cordially invited.If \'
had yet to ,be eliminated from the you do not find the church of '
system. The, clinical experience' of your own denomination worship this Electric Pocket Flash ,Fights,
s. years has proven that very small morning with some of the. aggregations Electrical Wireing'and Gas. FittingsARCADE

- doses will usually do just as much of this city any way. If you go Complete Electric Lighting Plants oi

.good- as large ones or even more."These to the Presbyterian Church you will" BUILDING .
facts, applied in practice, not hear Calvinism discussed by thatgreat CHURCH ST. Any Size Installed. >
have leeI'to the establishment of 'a scholar, Dr. Stagg, who will .

school of medicine which differs from! preach the gospel of 'Jesus Christ,' ..... I.
the so-called "old" school in no particular .' .
nothing more. '
except its way of ,reaching a' I If you attend the Methodist Church '
conclusion as' to what medicine tot you 'will' hear Rev. Mr. Bridges that E. S. PIERCE
give and the size of'the dose. well rounded out and splendid preaCh.

"In all other respects, throughout Wesleyism, but Jesus
er, not talking
'c- .the various branches:of medical practice Christ and Him Crucified.If the Little' Tea Room ELECTRICIAN

Homeopathy and Allopathy are you hear Dr. Tapper at the Baptist .
.' identical' as to methods. I Church, you will hear a great 105 E. Pine Street, Orlando,Fla. PI6NE 436. New lari Hg., Ctarch St

"As to :'Why should Homeopathic pulpit orator, expound the gospel as ,
,treatment' command, respect It was taught by Jesus while ,on earth. ..i I
seems ,to me that an" answer to this At the Cathedral, you will .hear "AN' EXCLUSFE SHOP FOR LADIES" 1--

portion ,of your question would involve Dear Spencer tell the simple-story of BAZAAR AND WOMEN'S EXCHANGE. FINE
a statement as to what it has impressive ART --
Christ"and His love in.an ,
Jesus WORK. EMBROIDERIES, STAMPED tlHIHIMIMIIItillilllllMlitltttMMMIHKIMMModel
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' ,done and is doing and while sucha HAND
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ORDERS/TAKEN FOR HOMEMADE
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a: ':statement might ,make interesting the
these Christian men, telling CAKES, CANDIES, JELLIES.
; reading, I take it you'are looking fore old and ever
old, story, ever new ALSO CUT FLOWERS
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information rather than :advertising needful. Grocer
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matter, and r therefore I, will merely Attend some ,one of these ''church DAINT YREFRESHMENTS SERVED, -- . TO ORDERJAgency , ,'
say that, a method. of practice using services and it.will do you good today &n
its 'medicines' in small' doses whichare ,. it will, do you good -tomorrow for .
not only tasteless- but (owing to and all the way'"through' life. "Come '' SPIBELL.A .CORSETS 18 West Church Street .; ;
- the manner,'in: which they, are administered worship together.
let
,us ,
)- ,as welcome to''the,little I MRS. VAN BUSKffiK Coraeticrc, FANCY. AND STAPLE GROCERIES. NEW AND

,folks,as a morsel of candy, or a sip FRESHWe 4
advertisements in the Sentinel
of 'water, should be entitled, to'Considerable Read the '--
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,respect .from the nursery, !If you cannot find among the 'Give Oar Personal Attention to, Our Customers, and '
; 'to'say nothing about ita acceptability business ho mentioned. in these :
Gaarutee Satisfaction: aad
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; : will-appreciate' wour patronage and >-_ __. ', ,
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The, Seatinel .hu been;very ''much :

< interested 'in. the question' of 'public .. ....' .' .
1 ,parks, In. Orlando, 'and,'the. matter JUST RECEIVED ,, .A .'
4 ,of band:concerts once a ,week., Many .
' ,people have commended. us for' our THE MRUT.-: : THE MARKET
"efforts along these lines, and specially OF CLEANLINESS :: OF QUALITY '>
e. the ladies of the city, have ,expressed : '" . ..:--.
; ,a wi lingness to.assist in any : :-< '

'i' manner possible' 'to .introduce these My Spring line of a'Men and ; :: ; ', ;.? :.:

L; elements which 'are entirely :wantingin -; ,> .., .,.' ,.' .
Straw Hats in all the :
.( 'the make'up'of the "City Beautiful. 'Boys
i ." newest shapes. ,Nice line oft .
f Mr. Wm. H. Conboy who spent
? ,many years in Mexico,' the home of t anamas for $5. My spring LENDUSYOUREAR'

:. beautiful parks, where. many of the Trouser line is now complete :
best musical companies and bands of
). the world meet and rehearse; to the 'in all new shades.
enjoyment of thousands of people '
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i nightly and ,who is in this ,city this . '- --f1 7J 1Z1".i>, r.

winter, granted the Sentinel an interview :; - YOUR PATRONAGE HAS ENABLED US TO MAKE GREAT 4j.l : t
' and this is whathe'said: : i :
IN ORLANDO
4 .STRIDES IN ESTABLISHING
\ I note with interest, the agitationthe Clark Robertson .
: Sentinel! has taken up for weekly :
band concerts and it surely is to be
commended for .its' stand and should THE PERFECT MARKET
. Jerome Palmer fir Co.
receive the support of every progressive Successor to
; citizen. %

: :Orlando by reasonof. its picturesque 6 .
landscape, surrounded by numerous VISIT. US AND NOTE THE ABSOLUTELY SANITARY.
*lakes, abundant foliage of ,all IMMimillMMHHHMIMMMMMMIHIIiMllimLET"JIM" METHODS WHICH GOVERN OUR HAUDLING: OF
.t'. kinds, everywhere,' bids ,fair ,to be : 0 '
, the leading tourist town of the state.I,
,i Its population today is augmented by DO ITIf K
F no small portion' of northern people Best Meats Poultry and Game i

G who ,for years have been coming ton .
Oralndo, and have induced their you have property to selll
(:' friends 'to do likewise. Accurate Service
atisfactory
Let Jim do. it. ,1\
These tourists as we may call them \
! are not of a class that we' find 'at ashore
sea resort,'who stop'.at a hotel If you want to I
buyLet
for+a few days or a week 'at most Jim do it. OUR DELIVERY-PROMPT AND RAPID-MEANS YOUR :
) and then move on. PURCHASES DELIVERED WHEN YOU WANT THEM
i Orlando's tourists .are made up of
j City and Country Properties Farm
a,class of people who come early in I i
the fall>and remain all winter. In a Lands Groves and Tracts
Look' Over this List of t
t majority of cases they have bought '" Specialties j ,
:4 'property'and built a'winter home, and LOOK AT THESE BARGAINS "'t .... ...:. ... .
have become missionaries for Orlando. Twenty acres, 10 acres of which is in bearing orange -,,' ...- -_ '_._ ... ,,'-ps. ., <' '" .rn,. _,,n.r'_ Iw-w',_ ,.., __. .
F'" On the tax rolls today the nonresident grove, and balance of 10 acres in timber land, five-room PERFECTION ALL-PORK SAUSAGE t-CHOICE 'GRAIN FED POULTRY I 3
: tax payers are fast coming into cottage, located three miles from city, price $3,000.00. 7 ALL VARIETIES OF CHOICE MEATS CHOICE DUCKS AND GOSLINGS i s
the majority, so far as dollars and Twenty-five acres, 10 acres of bearing grove, 600 SELECT OYSTERS FRESH FISH. f'
x cents are concerned and'a canvas of trees, five-room house and barn, located on lake front, 1

.., them. will find them almost. unanimous four miles from city,.price 400000. }
if- for the expenditure of, money Thirty res, 15 acres in grove, 1000 trees, 15 acres
; for amusements? ,and entertainment: of. fine farm and vegetable land located on lake front, H
where this, .expenditure would be only four and half miles from city, price $5,000.00. Parlor MarketH.
for the winter months whe"bthey are Forty acres of virgin pine timber land of fine fruit and I

+ here to, enjoy it or if it were continuous vegetable land fronting. on Lake Conway, four miles from
the year round. city, price $2,000.00.Twenty ; .
i. ,No form,'o famusement or, no' expenditure acres of lake front land near ci.ty suitable for }
of money'can'result to the sub-division. Price $3,800.00.
;; benefit',.of a greater number than the ,Forty-five acres, five acres in bearing orange grove, M. SELF & CO. -1
small house and barn located.at five miles from S
expenditure of money for open, air ., Conway, -.,--w* -.
'4 band concerts. city, price $1,500.00. No. 18 20 East Pine Street. PHONE NO. 80NO1Nk11COMPANY' ,
': I have lived for years in old Mexico Five acres with cottage near city, price $1,500,00 '
and no Pueblo let it be ever so small, Three,and one-half acres with twelve-room house located \

jigs without,its local band,,and weekly, near.city, price 150000. t
:concerts. Every city of any size had Twenty,acres with bearing grove of 300 trees, small I

1 band concert,on Tuesday.Thursday ,house and barn,"price $2,800.00 ,
and Sunday evenings, and 'a secial JP CR IWIUOFSTORE BLUE DRUG "llllllllllllllllllllllltllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll111 1111111111111,....... .
'concert every Sunday ;afternoon. ORANGE AVENUEIHIIMIIt'HIMMMMIitmiMIIIIMIIHilHIIIIIIi
These concerts are always held in

:.' the public plaza,. .in the center of
.. which.is a statue of some statesman
r
and around the base, is. a' .circular i
rr t walk,with,benches on the outer edge. :1

:.r,: This the 'peon is known or common as the inner, people circle walk and THE NEW' CASHI A STORE :

around here. In this circle on music

i, nights;l have seen hundreds of Mexicans ; Capital and Surplus and Undivided Profits 12000000. 'j
bare-footed and bear ,
{ headed
Cor. South and Sts.
Hughey
r Total Resources over Three-quarters of 1lII
1 walking around enjoying the music a I.
f as fully as their more fortunate, breth.rem. :
. Were it_not for the plaza music WE BUY FOR CASH AND SELL FOR CASH. WE Report of the Condition of Orlando I

; they would be carrousing in' the low KEEP OUR EXPENSES DOWN AND CONSE- ,- ... Bank and Trust, Co, Condensed .
dives of the city. 'QUENTLY CAN KEEP OUR PRICES DOWN
> From Report to Comptroller
: Between, the inner circle and the
1; outside walk are rose bushes, flowers Our Prone No.is Feb. 4,1913RESOURCES I

and'shrubs of all kinds., On the outside '
:circle the better class either And an Order will Have Prompt Attention, and will be F. Loans and Discounts .....393161.05 a

walk. .around or sit on the benches, ,'the. Delivered to Any Part of the City. OYcrdarfts ....r..r.a.. 193.53
\ band playing from a stand on the I R '' Stocks and Bonds rr..rr. 26,018.33Real
!. center., D. B. RAYBON, Proprietor ,ORLANDO, FLA. Estate, Furniture and

.. Te benefits derived' from these.tri "' Fixtures ... ....'...... 25,853.44
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weekly concers can only be ;realized ; r r i Cash on hand and in Banks 215,084.83
= !
F by those who have ectually seen them. I\'J JII1I!! ld1r : :
;' On plaza night everyone is dressedin $660,311.18

E his' or he r best.. Fathers and mothers 3 r LIABILITIES .

if ,walk with their, children, young InsuranceBest F i Capital ,Stock ........$100,00d,00
men with their senoritas. 'W'! 4 .Surplus and Undivided

,The frequent intermingling of,people Profits ... ..II ....... 22,832.33
at,,a, common place brings about : Deposits "' ...II .II.... 537,418.85
; an ,exchange of social, political and Companies i- .'.
business ideas:that' are bound'to result $660,311.18We

b beneficially .to any, community 'so .-_ Lowest Rates ,
well ,' invite the attention of our cus. ;
happily situated, as as affording
,the;: finest kind of physical .exercise. Honest Losses Promptly tomers and friends to our statement
y' Where is Orlando's Civic League 1! above and wish to assure them that
'Let them call a' public :meeting and Adjusted and PaidB. we appreciate their patronage' and
openly discuss this i important. question ask for a continuance of same. ,
( ., Let them take, the: initiative I r' Don't forget that our deposits are .

,and t a insure ,they will find ready : Y. a insured. ii
lUpp nel'L Appoint,a committee on Way I' ' A cordial invitation is extended to
music, committee. on sites ,and a visitors in our city to call and open ;'

committee to wait on the Mayor and fated States..........Sttte sad Coaty Pef-.. an account with us. I
,. t :Common>> Council and get this' question Phone 172. 23 South Orange Ave. '
;. :well underway',:so'that:Orlando L-' -- '0 '" 0 ..,
1 may officially announce weekly band '.- '
j concerts, : for the season of 1914. i.
a MIMimiiMMMIHiM
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; '-UNDERTAKER J.,E McKAY,
; ,One-fourth off on 'all goods. Salt ARMSTRONG IF ITS ANYTIIING IN
CONTRACTOR AND
lasts until the first of March. '
'2.12-tf The ARTISTIC PlfTURE FRAMER of:Orlando Oscar 'and DRUGS PHONE :BUILDER.Saperiateftd .,
I All .
S. E, LESHER. Work. .
.r PIN HTRKffiTIFRANK Ji ., : Prices.That
Are an i ioon
1 91. I UeUNEY DRUGCOWANY
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never
was ',
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so large'and varied as at present If *'. I "; 7- Sflcceason to, E Hand 'I S '.', ':':_ i '
you. have.not'been "in our:store.it 'is 1.111111.-n'I.' [' ( ,:= - 2' ",'
t ,SEE SLAUTER'S NEW : I j ----- ----------'-. 1 1i
worth your while:'to.m anit"look : HYERS .FULL LINE, OFPLETE 'COX. ,, .
,
:around, even' if you:oVnot I buy, but SANITARY .X. i HOUSE Fl. :. i <: QUICK DELIVERY When you get,tbroagVmdmg the .:
>we*,"are anti,you Win;see ;that,will tempt. you to by: '\ "- X ,: Stone, Jancy J Columns and ,, :. .. ', ) a dutattfc Vey,ofthii : .. I
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DICK80N "'' ; : Ornamental, WorkAbsolutely I cEF, :1. A. ;Phone.678.: ? ::: : ;'. 2' _.. _' .
n .,:_,"! j' 1VES.'f.o .. : ' "and used | \ ,' COME IN AN'I 'l. ."\ :: . bdfigt a JeW.,, .".' f
; _. -- tlt, -- : : Sanitary 'i: I* Jefferson- St.. 'at 'Railroad: I I -.. ilJ.'\, _. .. - !II', ' '''' ;.1
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METHODIST

INs if Merest t., W.. Rev.1 Dr. J.E.: Wray,Pastor. I .' . ,
.. Sunday school 9:45 .a. UL, C. E. ';' ",_ 1j ,-r-' --' . :' <. ,

!>K.ne. >toNE t.xaltaa -aoam.ssnonti Howard, SaptPreaching
filet Nssahr M' KaUtMtNukcr.nlVBCUL by Rev F. R. Bridges,

Presiding.Elder at 11:00 .. .
cB-Nodc..for the' Soekl and Woman's Department can U Anthem, "Our Day of Praise"Brewer. ." .
L comnuafcaUd toi:&t'flodety Editor by titter of tht abort telephone MHwritt ,
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Mtfea to-tat.Society Editor, cart Sentinel Notices of Mcial fractions -
dub ntctinci:chaich thIrfqa\.d other items of, social interest should bt Epworth League 6:30 p. m.
i. r ,frWmtd' to:tWs:department as soon as they 'oecvr fa order that their am H. A. Hoffner President.
E .Talc bt Sot tapabwL Preaching by Rev. F. R. Bridges When Elijah was hungry God sent ravens to feed him ,

at 7:30. *There are no ravens in Florida to feed you :

Anthem, "The Lord Our Shepherd," The only bird that will feed you is the eagle on the
MR. AND MRS, W. R.' PALMER "500" PARTY IN THE TEA ROOMA Schinecker. Male Quartette "The National Dollar. '

... ;ENTERTAIN:_ . Successful i I crose of the'Day," Nevin. He must not only be caught, but safely housed in the j
Evening
Nothwithstand- Mid-week Prayer Meeting Wednes-
TWf Pretty Home On ,Ernestine ing the Disagreeable Weather I day, 7:30 p. m. National Cage, wherein he lays an egg every year whichis

4 ',Street' the' Scene of a Happy About twenty enthusiasts ,of Five Everybody cordially invited worth four cents, arid from i io

Gathering Hundred gathered in the Tea Room Strangers especially welcome.
n : ,An informal, .but;'most thoroughly last night for the games which had these eggs are hatched new eagles, so that

enjoyed party was.given Friday evenIng I been postponed from Thursday even- CHRISTADELPHIANMemorial yourself and family be sustained
.-. at which Mr. and Mrs. W. B ing,,and the affair was one of much may on .
,Palmer were host and'hostess. genuine pleasure to all players as Service 10:30 a.' m. these eggs and eagles and never want.

The guests were presented with well as to a number of interested. Lecture 7:30 p. 'm. Subject: "The

cards; on which were'printed figures :onlookers.A True Gospel as Involved in Paul's to be continued Tuesday

: from flue cents-to one dollar, and informed I I II pretty scheme was used to designate Desire to Depart." > .
"
:' that auction sale I the and Christadelphian Hall Davis &: Mc- .
an was partners their places. -', ;., .
about to,take place. ,Mysterious packages ,Flowers were presented to each arrival Neill Block. ". ,
,
: .of aU shapes and sizes were one : ,,the gentleman receiving a ,rose Welcome to all > zr 4..,

fcy one held 'up 'to view, while the,found a lady'wearing a similar blossom x< i ir.
REV. KERR BOISE TUPPER WILL .., .. J
'purchasers: ,rivaled each other,in bid. : and they then proceeded to the : t
PREACH IN ORLANDO
ding. When one person succeeded in l table on which stood a vase of roses .

.buying' an article the price he sup where,they were the first couple, thesecond -
jposedjy pajd. for'ft wa canceled from, I couple identifying each> other r .Rev. Kerr Boise Tupper, the pastorof

his .ticket,4 lad he wit not allowed tobid by wearing two fos&- As each table the First Baptist Church of Philadelphia -

after he.had.used all his'"eash." had a different decoration looked the attractive -I' Church,of will this preach city, Sunday in the morningand Baptist THE[ PEOPLES.[ NATIONAL l BANI : ,
much merriment was caused by the tea room unusually

opening of the parcels, erasers, note. bright and festive.At evening.Rev. .
Tupper is well known in Or
: books, and boxes of Zu-Zu crackers, the dose of the evening a delic-
lando and all will be glad of this op- THE BANK THAT STANDS FOR SAFETY OF YOUR
and,each tied up so as to completely ious butlet'supper was served under
I portunity to hear him. FUNDS, HEALTH AND FIRESIDE. OPEN .
disguise ,its shape. the direction of Mrs. Morely, Chair- ,
YOUR ACCOUNT RIGHT NOW !
t The greatest fun, however came man of the Ways and Means Committee -
BUSINESS MEN'S BIBLE CLASS
when each guest was' provided with I of the Civic League who made

a'large sheet'of:paper and requestedto I arrangements for the'pleasant party. The Business Men's Bible Class of

tear the.shape of an' animal whose the Presbyterian Sunday School meetsIn \ 0Snbacribe .
'name was written on a slip given at THE SPICE BOX; the north parlor of the Sunday
the same time, using only thumb and School room at 9:45. All men cordially -
fingers in .the prpcees. As this feat Talk about big liars. The winter invited. Strangers will be

requires: long practice and much ar advertising fakir would make a tomb- made welcome. Last Sunday twenty-
tistic 'ability ,the results were most stone blush. seven men assembled to listen to Dr.
amusing. These were. numbered and S. Miles Robinson the teacher lecture .

pinned to a window curtain, and .a There is no hope of world wide on the "Three fold nature ,of
prize offered to:the, visitor who gues-I peace being accomplished until thearmy man." Hear Dr. Robinson today.J. .
,sed the; identity of the greatest number of suffragetts get the ballot F. SCHUMANN
of animals ,This was a match President. =

holder and was won by Mr. Shandly, The Market report reads: "Whis-
while a pipe-holder: was given to Mr. and inactive. This does not Immanuel Church-First
key firm ,
Eldon ,H. Gore as a 'reward..for his t refer to it'when stored in the human service will be held at 11 o'clock at the
good handiwork. tank; however.Of Grand Theater, this morning. Rev. I r m ]Daily] J ntm 1
Several kinds of cake and punch I all the occupations in the yorld Frank Parker of Massachussets will

were enjoyed by those present, who there is none that,comes to us withso deliver,the sermon. All interested in
'included Mr and,Mrs. W. R. Palmer,I
little hope of success as fishing.All this new Baptist Church are invited.
.? Jr.,.:Mr., and Mrs.'E..H. Gore, M. and Strangers welcome.

Mrs.,Chalfont, Mr. and Mrs., ,Shandlyand
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work and makes
no qlay a
fltttttiUhtUUflhttttttttttUtttttttttuhttnutuuiiituuujH
f ; ;:: : I
Mrs ,Miller.MENDELSSOHN. dull boy of Jack. But all play and no CRETE EVACUATED BY POWERS .

'. .. work put fringe on his trousers. AFTER FIFTEEN YEARS '
CLUB HAPPY Special to The Sentinel
f Athens Greece, Feb. 15.-The islandof
Your nose on your own face looks '
Great" quite respectable, but get it,into other Crete was finally evacuated by the ,
.Interest Being Manifested In'i
people's business and it is horrible. protecting powers, Great Britain, Rus-
Tue 4 Concert A
J-.NIrhtt. .
i sia:, France and Italy and the Greek
Large Audience Greet David Will andKellerman Likely The Sentinel has-become so popular fla gwas hoisted amid enthusiastic otel irtists
: :
that it is a veritable answer to the demonstrations by the Cretans.A
Black and white and red British cruiser this morning
enigma:
: That the concert to be given under
read all through. landed a detachment of bluejackets.inSuda
management of Mendelssohn' ( )
of automobiles bay and these men hauled down .
Club at the Lucerne'/Theater will be Talk about the speed
with the flags of the powers which have of Mendelssohn'ClubKELLERMAN
These do not begin to compare Auspices
v
; ,a success.is assured, for the committee that of
flown since 1898, as well as
when he
the of once gets
in.' speed a man
I charge has already ,receipted
The flags were hauled over
fool of himself.If Turkey.
started to making a
:much. encouragement from ,residents '
to the consuls of the respective countries 0
t ,of the city and from people who live in
that of Turkey beingplaced
in the towns all seeming to I Famous
nearby consulate. --- Bass-Bar
wheeled machine is charge of the German
a four a vehicle -
realize that the opportunity tq hear
these' artists is not one lightly to be a,three wheeled machine, a tn- itone of Berlin Royal
throuwn, aside jycle, a two wheeled machine .a bicycle UNITARIAN and West Opera: Co.
machine Corner of Central avenue
wheeled
is an
a one
Anyone desiring reserved seats for
St. Rev. Eleanor E. Gordon, minis-
this entertainment had best be in icicle?
o'clock. There
ter. Services at eleven Annie Louise DavidAmerica'sreatest
Sstes Drug Store early Monday morning -: 4
blame their downfall to will be a christening service. Subject
'I! 1
Many men
;, for although the sale does not be I Method." :
gin'until nine o'clock a long line will whiskey. But did ,you ever notice of sermon, "The Religious o'clock. Unity ( Harpist '
10
after the Sunday School at
doesn't man.
,doubtless be waiting ,far ahead of whiskey run
the church I
Circle will meet at on
It is just the reverse of this that gets .,..
time each member of which will be of 0
'''eager to the best'chairs avail- him in trouble. Wednesday afternoon. Subject j
secure Ful .
paper b yMiss Gordon "Margaret
: able. -I I With Tumulty-;private Secretaryfor ler ,and the Transcendental Movementin A cordial invita-
New
England.
and Thistlewait
'the President as .
EPWORTH LEAGUE CELEBRATES
private to the Vice-President the office tion is extended to all who are inter- t.
seeker will not dare ,embibe too ested to attend these services.
,St. Valentines Day-Friday Evening heavily'before approaching the throne.. I
Spent in Merry Games I I During next week the city will be ,

ti, About forty young people members I I President Wilson announces that he full of tourists. The Sentinel will !
4: ,of the Epworth League and their :I will' do but little traveling while he place registers in a number of busi-

,friends were urged )by invitations 1 I.I remains President Yet the repub- ness houses where strangers may 1
written' on dainty valentines to be.in I licans look upon him as,somewhat ofa register. This will serve two pur-
the Lecture Roor of the Methodist roadster before election. poses. First as a matter, of new interest -
church Friday evening and on ar-r I to the people of Orlando and o !

riving, the guests, discovered that That merchant of Orlando who ad- the season toruists in our midst t 4Y

some one had ,been there ahead of vertised blankets and comforters, like Secondly, if any important message L 4a':
r them, for, the place had been. most your mother used to make, did a wiser come for people who are here for only Y .
decorated. Hearts tied with thing that the clothier who advertised a few days this will furnish quick information : .6i6. .
Etti1y bons were fastened to the "Pants one-half off." as to their whereabouts.

1 .1. suspended from the..ceiling. Announcement will be made in Tues- -r '
:
c' .
.. and everywhere symbols of Saint Val-' Judging from what we read in the day mornings paper the places, for.
entine's day were:in ,evidence. !.newspapers when some people die registration, which will be at stores .
The evening was passed most delightfully -I one would think that, the recording and offices conveniently located.

in playing "valentine"J I Angel took account of all that appeared

a guessing games,' after. which, fruit I in the obituary. Depositions' don't, Laredo Texas, Feb. 15th.-Revolu-.: : Last and best concert of the season
,gelatine and cakes, iced with white I go'however. toionist's are in control of Neuvo lar-
-
and ornamented with red hearts were edo, Mexico, and the .bridge connecting c
r aerf a. C I. Mr. J. t.:"Craig, who with his wife that place with Laredo has been ,Prices 75c, $1.00, $1.50, i -

{ The members of the 'League owe I has been visiting ,Mr. and Mrs B. 'closed since afternoon.- Rebels' took iii af'

' ,many thanks to Miss.'Eliea Wrightr I,Drew;on Lake Eola, returns to Jack the, city about noon. '

- _, ',and. ,_Miss. Jessie, ',White. ,' \ e'tbou.w.-. >. sonville' today. Mrs.Craig' will 'remain :.t>o'l$
ft*!'planning made the entertainment_ d here a while longer with hersisters There is to:be,a new fruit tore in LUCERNE[ THEATER( ( .1 TUES.( fO.( 11(8

: ,poIIih1e.: Mrs N. P. YaweD'.and. Mrs. the'city.. An Italian hailing fromlacbonviile (

_ _ _ B. Drew. will' open in a few days _ ;-_' 01- ,. ,
A mJ&isier. who aerial his congre- in the room on Pine Street formerly

fation for the Senda> ? eeUeetioas, has The serious.question pow with auto-, occupied by Mr. Pierce. u .an eke- ?, .8:30r.lt.:
,
'? ,Jwt invested a eefttrfeetiea plate.Oat mobile owners ie,what to do with lastyear's tried store. : .
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ealteettaaof model It not keep
'pToaliM .to" Mfoltttf eaJM 'tJae' can up :
chi'.11 II. ,A qaartor dropped with this year's;speed ,limit and htf..nwB One-fourth off on all,good*:, Salt ; r. -- ,". ,. .. ,
,k tai. pUU-aabf.no'noise at aUra 'arrested,'for.obstructing Uttsuntatfet first of March. ?

-' ... :si:bill. ,,','mete...blows.". UM. aifkway ,when" the' antomsniar, 8. 1/LB*.,

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