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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 26, 1913
Frequency: daily (except monday)
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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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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;VOLUME ONE ORLANDO, FLORIDA, WEDNESDAY FEBRUARY 26 1913 NUMBER II




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NEW JERSEY'S CHIEF EXECU-
'\ IS THE REPORTS RECEIVED BY BECAUSE OF INTRICATE LEGAL HACKER.F1SHER MEETING TOll i:DEATH OF MADERO AND SAUREZ 'THE OLD PRESIDE
WHORUUI
TIVE STEPS DOWN IN FA- '
THE STATE DEPARTMENTFROM QUESTIONS INVOLVED.Special CLOSE TONIGHT WITH THE BELIEVED TO HAVE OCCUR. WITH AN IRON HAND
VOR OF FIELDER. I KEEP
MEXICO. to The Sentinel. SERVICES AS THE LAST RED WITHOUT PREARRANGED AN EYE OX MEXICO.

Special to The Sentinel, Special to The SentineL Dallas Texas, Feb. 25-Long standing -
Trenton N. J. Feb. 25, Wilson's i It was announced last night, that PLOT. Keneh, Egypt, Feb. 25th.
Washington, D., ,C, Feb. 25.-The ,' indictments against the StandardOil -Forner
resignation as Governor of New Jersey the meetings which have been in pro Special to The SentinelWashington Dictator of Mexico, Porfifio Diaz fettered
startling evidence that American lives Company of New Jersey, the Stan-
and property are now in even greater was placed in the hands of the sec- dard Oil Company of New YOrk and gress for the last three weeks at thePresbterian Feb. 25.-Now that the today that he is holding h ha..

peril than ever before the Huerta regime retary of state at noon today'and goes Magnolia Petrolium Company, four of church, would dose first shock of the tragic death of Ma- self in readiness to respond to the oft.
night Crowds have attended to-1, dero and Suarez has passed over, influenced of his
The Governoralso
into effect March first country in case fore'core
the their
.. in Mexico, was received by principal officers and three of the i
his meetings, and scores of people have largely by the reassuring reports plications should offthe
State Department today The Department notified both houses of resig- Texas officials we're' dismissed todayby I' arise out M-
made profession of faith and hundreds : from Ambassador Wilson and olution there.
i
nation and the legislature will meet at .
however took no action in W. H. Atwill, United States district -i
have signified the of living amore j his appeal to the American people to If this
should
the matter. I noon on Saturday March first to in- attorney for the northern district -: purpose : not occur, ht said*

,From consular reports and telegrams ; stall Senator,James F. Fielder as acting -,I of Texas under direct orders active Christian life. The gospel j I suspend judgment in the matter, of- would not return to Mexico until retied -
has been, reached in simplicity and ficials here are beginning to accept had
1 received, the government learn Governor.The from Attorney General Wickersham. government been i1.-esbb-
Governor busy today in power and the singing has been ofa the official version of the affair. Unquestionably lished there and his '
ed, ,that the climax of atrocities was very These indictiments had previously 1 reappearance ana
against Americans had been reached with state affairs and had no time to caused much trouble and worry in the high order. they believe great carelessness the scene where he had heM, stdk

f!: ; ,give attention to national business.It Dr. Thacker and Mrs. Fisher will was exhibited in failing properly long sway could be made withcut nit
in the State of Coahuila in the northcentral department of justice, because of intricate I
[ is understood that his cabinet will be long remembered by the people of j! to protect the prisoners, but that of being wronglyinterpreted.. *
of Mexico, and all along legal questions involved.
the United. part States border. practically be completed and all thatis The indictments were based on alleged Orlando, and the people ,will ever be..1glad |'t offense, it is pointed'out, is. less than The aged ex-president expressed h t

thtlt they have been amongst{'a, deliberate murder plot. hope that "hands
remaining is for him to write them off Mexico" wodl
hundred armed to crush
conspiracy
Two troops'arrived competitionin
them in their gospel work. I t Ambassador Wilson will be permitted I I continue to be the s
Cuiadad Porfirio -Diaz this after- down on paper and announce them to restraint of trade. policy of this Urat.ed .
the Last night Dr. Thacker'spoke on I to continue to exercise his own I Ii States.
afternoon andrtook possession of the people., Those freed were: John D. Archi-
x,p- "The Perfect One" and showed Jesusas i discretion in dealing with the new General Diaz
o was ehteditthe
town. It is believed an open insurrection bold, Henry Flagler, Calvin N. Payne, ,. greatly
SNEED IS"FOUND NOT GUILTY he is offered in the scriptures for :government and some satisfaction is success of his nephew Felis Dill
will start in,,this vicinity soon. and four of the Standard's officials ,
OF BOYCE MURDER. sin, and the conditions under which 1 I derived from his report that not onlyis and of General Huerat
'
provisioal
The American copper mine at Durango and their Texas associates, John Seely
in lie state ,was sacked by a Vernon Tex., Feb. 25.-John Beat Galveston; Henry 0. Brown, Dallas; the sinner can be saved, and the per- : the new government very friedlyy president, whom he considers quit .
( fectness of the scheme of with toward the United States but that it of
Sneed wealthy West Texas ranch grace capable working out the salvatkr
band of rebels February 23rd. The a E. F. Eble, Corsicana.
the needs of those who must be saved. has shown a disposition to meet of the
republic. The
declared not I
consul at 1 tamoras opposite Browns owner, was today guiltyof The corporations mentioned in the ex-presidentfi

vflle, Texas,' called upon Governor the murder of Al Boyce, Jr., at indictment were the Standard oft New Service were, announced for 10 reasonable requests for the protectionof yacht is now moored at this a eit#

.
Colquitt today to protect lives of the Amarillo, Tex., last September. The Jersey and of New York. o'clock this morning and 7:30 o'clock American interests in Mexico, gathering place of pilgrims, where

Americans in tha village. Consul JUrY retired last night and returnedthe tonight. which were to a large degree ignored he has made several trips to Da-

himself was attacked while defending verdict when court opened this I I by the Madero administration. derah and other noted temple
PROBABLY A CABINET OFFICIAL
HERO OF TITANIC HONOREDSpecial ,
The
expresident, after pleading
Americans. The garrison at Torreon morning. i
Sneed shot to death I!!TROOPS BEING CONCENTRATED. that his entire aloofness from the
,' a city of 200,000, revolted and i Boyce on a p-
Special to The Sentinel.Washington
declared" against:,Huerta. downtown street_in Amarillo at what to The Sentinel.Washington ,, lities of his country precluded *if
; D. C., Feb. 25.-Congressman Feb. 25th.Captain Washington, Feb. -Special-)- criticism by him of the late Prea-;
The State Department has endorsedthe was said to have ,been the first meet- I I
I Burleson, of Texasannounced Arthur H. Rostron, hero of the Titanic Troops are rapidly being moved to dent Madero's administration
with mafr
report of Consul Wilson in which ing of the two after Boyce eloped ,
tonight that he would not be a disaster, will be signally honored hereon Galveston with the of con- the
he exhonorated fcuerta,and Diaz from Mrs. Sneed about a ,year belore the purpose following statement to the Assoa-
candidate to succeed himself as chair- March 1. On that date President centrating a full army division there.II ated Press:

,guilty knowledge' of any plot to shoot'.killing. man of the democratic caucus. This : Taft, in the'presence of both houses There is not much Iiklihood of any "I prefer to say nothing regarding
down Madero and Suarez.'
the EMILIO MADERO A PRISONER. was taken by House democrats as t tof Congress, the full diplomatic corps, forward movement by onr army while i the.faults of Francisco Madero's n&
The contention of/ Department
,;; meaning that the distinguished con- the heads of the and 1| Mr. Taft remains President but
together
is 'that the Special to The Sentinel army navy, as or the causes of the revolution. Asa
Wilson being on ground
gressman would be a member of President with the social elect of the the of his
J ai'had every opportunity to investigate Mexico City, Feb. 25.-A dispatch I days : tenancy are nearingan political opponent of :Madero, my op..

other received tonight by El ,Universal from Wilson's cabinetHe capital, will pin upon Captain Rostronthe end, there is a feeling 'on the partof ion might be considered biased. .
and was
investigation
no ,
Torreon, says, Emilio Madero, brotherof I has been mentioned in connec- gold medal awarded him by con many Mexicans that Mr. Wilson

was necessary. Francisco ,Madero, was taken prisoner -! tion with the Postmaster Generalshipand gress. will take definite action as soon as
General Steever, commander of.the ANOTHER BIG LAND
today b? 'Federal treopi, Secretary of Agriculture This medal has, been awarded less J the comes into power and this feeling DEAL

,. :;troops on the W&s border now'atBrowns.; ,toY Nothing known of Madero's where t 'That he will )be,,a cabinet memberis than, a dozen times by congress,{(may spur these, hot headed Mexicansto

vile, Texas, instructed today aboutrat this time and a rumor: al-: no longer doubted. ... ' 'and, is.,the. highest ,recognition for to rash and violent action toward allforeigner3'and Each day records some large red
iat j'
; fj any \ '
; GovejrrbrCol4mttrof : _
pye < htV' :: t'f<- y .t 1 7! estate transaction in Florida and Ufr
executed heroic service bestow.At .
current the"naUon'.can citizens.
ready t here that he ,was especially o$
'assistance he needs in suppressing wally the purchasers
are northes
the time the Titanic the United States.
border disorders. immediately after being placed ip LAKE IMPROVEMENTS was sendingout I I of
men large means who are good.
prison. their distress calls there were It is this policy of preparedness
vestors, having had wide
Orlando has beautiful lakes I other vessels nearer the doomed ship that prompts the moving a large, army experienmin
5 FIR BETWEEN DECKS CAUSES I many I I the development in the West. H*
MEXICAN LIGHT WEIGHT TO BE I and it is of great importance that than the Carpathia, which Captain to points near the scene of action. fact that j

LOSS OF $10,000 MARRIED. these be improved, by building cement Rostron commanded, but drove his Foreigners live in daily fear and their they now turn their attention
to Florida is
Special to' The Sentinel. I. curbings around such lakes as Lucerne vessel to the scene of the catastrophe -i life and property are at the merciesof strong evidence .l

Savannah, Ga., Feb. 25-Scorched Los Angeles, Cal., Feb. 25.Joe i and Eola that the filth from the with top speed through fields of a wreckless and merciless mob. the real worth of this great stale. TIa
latest
and blistered throughout the forward deal comes from Pasco count
Rivers, the Mexican light weight streets may not wash into the lakes
of the lower decks, and with her ice.The and the dispatch reads as follows
:
part of the NOW PART OF THE
champion, will be married next Fri- and make them miserable cesspools. awarding Congressionalmedal CONSTITU
main decks and smoking damaged A sale of about 30,000 of laA
room 28th to Miss Pauline is only one of the great honors TION. acres ,1-
evening, February These[ lakes are valuable assets to
to a appreciable extent by with the purchase price' running clot
very that have been shown the
Sleert, a beautiful Spanish girl Orlando and their beauty and purity interpid -
water the steamship Suwanee of theMerchant to the $300,000 mark, has been ..
qua.ly I
of Santa Monca. The couple will ;. should be preserved. seaman. His own country has given Washington, D. C., Feb. 25th.-Sec-
consummated within
and Miners Transportation start Tuesday evening for Denver on Then the walks and streets around I him a medal, and a purse raised by retary Knox today issued a notice to the last fey

Company, which caught fire at the a wedding trip and then go east where them, should be kept in better con-I II private donation was presented to I the public that the income tax amend- days. The Port Richey Land coma t
docks at 3:30 o'clock pany, and all its
Ocean Steamship Rivers has several fights scheduled. dition. him. ment is now part of the constitution property, has bee j
this morning, narrowly missed total I Ii I bought by George R. 'Sima anA P of the United --- ---- -
States been ati-
havng
,
If the ladies of the Civic League J
i
destruction. ORIENTAL RUG SALE 4 will inaugurate a movement for the GOOD ROADS CONVENTION.A fled by more than the constitutional I Fletcher of Chicago, and tomorro :"
The fire.was discovered in'the "up- M. Fletcher will be in the city _k 1
improvement of these lakes, and after two thirds of states. No further
per between decks port alley," where make plans on the ground for t* I
Many ladies ,availed themselves of getting the matter well in hand will number of Orlandoites will go action is required on the part of executive business. I
mis
of
was stored a large quantity the opportunity of visiting the Oriental fix a day for work on the lakes, in over to Eustis today to attend the branch of the government The The
cellaneous merchandise, cement, pipe two men, the new owners If,
roads state convention. More next to effect to the amend-
en. steps give
: display at Yowell's store repairing walks, drives and in plant
rug
and iron beams, consigned to Jacksonville : the Port Richey tract, are the prifc-
thusiasme ,is being displayed in the ment must be taken by
yesterday and many more will today. ing shrubbery or trees the Sentinel congress.
cipal stockholders
Fla., and points beyond. and organizers it
'c Those who are competent to judge will keep the wire hot in agitating the coming meeting than at any of the the
Brooksvolle
\ Hammock
The local fire extinguished Land
,fighters
cocv
matter and will previous good roads meets ever heldin PROFESSOR WIGGINS DEPARTS
such them rich collection we get together an
goods, pronounce a
t' the fire after a fight of two hours. the State. The of all the cities pany, of Brooskville, and have beej
of Persian of men and several teams and mayors
a The loss is estimated at $10,000 to the goods. army and towns have been asked to send Prof. C. L. Wiggins, the aviator successful with that as well ,as wifr
transform
Messrs. Donchian and the of the surroundings .
Baylarianshow appearance
and vessel all covered by in who the other colonization projects in Florida.
cargo great skill in selecting rare pat- of these central lakes.It delegates representing their cities and delighted patrons of the Orange
surance. County Fair last week his The tract ,sold, which was originally
the by
terns. is impossible for the city councilto the County, Commissioners of different -
Much cargo in the ,lower hold was do anything in this line now and counties are also expected tobe flights, came into the Sentinel office the property of the Aripeka SawMills

seriously damaged by water. let us all as loyal 'citizens take hold presentIILLINERY yesterday afternoon to ,say good bye company, and was sold by the

The vessel will proceed tomorrow PLEASANT 'MEETING OF SORO and said to the.editor that he was to the Port Richey company, after Jr: "
of this matter and bring about better
k for Jacksonville, and will be laid up SIS CLUB. conditions in these prominent locali ) OPENINGS TODAY. so delighted with Orlando and the had been worked over for lumber

for repairs Baltimore., ties. I splendid treatment n______u accorded _him a_ H Y lies eight miles north of Tarpon

Mrs. _Dyer!_ wife_ of Commodore Grand Display of Spring and Summer the officers of the Fair Associationand I Springs. It runs from Port Richef

FEMININE ORATORY. Dyer, of the' United States Navy, for- TENT MEETINGS Hats. the people of Orlando that he I twelve miles north, up the Guff(

merly governor of Guam, gave a most The beautiful millinery parlors of was loathe to leave and has remainedas coast, giving the tract about th*. :

delightful and instructive, talk to the long as his schedule will allow. Hegoes much frontage on the Gulf of Me.
Washington, D.
midnight-Beginning here this morn- ladies of Sorosis and their friends evangelist will begin a two weeks' and Marion B. Ives'will be thrown from here to Key West wherehe co. The towns of Port Richey, Fivsy

i 'fa> the air of of the national capital yesterday afternoon at an open meet- series, of tent meetings next Sunday open this morning, the occasion being will engage in the contest for the and Hudson, are included in the

feminie ing held in the club rooms on Pine the annual at both $10,000 prize for a flight across the tract, which originally was a 42,001
with March
I will be vibrant oratoryfor 2, at 11 o'clock,' to which the I spring opening

,and against votes for women. In. street public is invited. '; these popular places for women fix- waters from Key West to Havana acre parcel The ,acreage which boa

several the I just changed,hands is
Having spent Cuba. between
years on 29,09C
an effort to offset the effect of the antisuffragists' Prof. E. A. Mooney, a singer of Ings. '

t- meeting Friday They, island,. Mrs. Dyer, was prepared to great power who has had service with The display of hats and millinery, Mr. Wiggins will keep the Sentinel and 30,000. 1;.

wfll inaugurate a series of meetings give not only a delightful description Rev. Sam Jones and Dwight L will undoubtedly be the best ever displayed advised by wire of his successes.

at which their most forceful.speakers of Guam, but many interesting detailsof Moody will have charge of the music in Orlando and no doubt .will y GOOD ROADS

the lives of its inhabitants, and her be be visited by ladies today and STRIVING FOR BEST RESULTS
f will, preside.AT and will assisted by other good many' ,
address was,followed with the closest singers.The tomorrow. I The good roads convention whicl

AT 'THE FAVORITE attention throughout. F tent will be located on the loon I I Mr.. E. 0. Painter who has been in meets at,Eustis,tomorrow and Friday

'- At its r close, Mrs. Whitman president the corner of Church and Hughey RECITAL AT NORTH HIGHLANDS.Last I touch with the agriculturists of Flor- will be largely' attended and ways acl >

The Man Within, Nestor, Comedy. of the club, thanked Mrs. Dyer street whichis west of the railroad evening the ,regular weekly ida for thirty years, and who has means will be discussed where thi.

Hearts Imp. in. two parts,I for the.rare treat which she had give recital took place in the studio of made a study of Florida soils and state roads,may systematically be improved -
Human '
:Featuring: 'King, Baggot: as Tom Logan. : en it, and'pleased the guests with an INSUFFICENT_ EVIDENCE. Mrs. J. Robinson Murphy in North their treatment, to get best results, along lines that will prove economical

invitation, to ..remainand meet ,Mrs: A number of music lovers and effective.
A play full of heart interest Highlands. keeps employed by his fertilizer Company

'will enjoy. There is Dyer. Special to The Sentinel. gathered,to listen to the pleasing I several soil and tree experts I ..
One that'JOu .
.. Delicious tea,made by Mrs. Bear: Washington D. O., Feb.::25th.-The which almost whom he ,
amore good dean fun in these : program; was composed, I ,sends out over the state to RUMORS EXAGGERATED.

T1 genuine than, thing! that, has dall, cakes. and wafers, were stared department (justice late announced entirely. of Russian music. assist farmers and fruit growers in i Brownsville TeL, Feb. 25...:.., La tnight's' 5
pictures any
by Mrs. Patterson,:Mrs.' Christ, Mrs: that the for dismissal of the :
tilde' .' reason .Mrs Murphy's selections were especially order that they may get best results. rumors of.. threats again
to Orlando season.WEATHB .
,come Bliss and' Misses Hainer, and Bran- indictments against Texas and Standard enjoyed,-and,those who have This service t'free' Americans in Matamoras, Mexiev

,- *',REPORT. ham. ,00 Company officials was because studied>under her, showed careful and Mr. Painter, has, done much to im- which caused the ordering out of Texas ,

:_, investigation showed, ;insufficient" evide&ee thorough training. prove' agriculture and horticulture in 'State troops,proved today to haw

;Pair, Wednesday, exeeft rain< in the GRAND: 'THEATER, '(WBDNB6BAY, I ,;on'which. 'to_,'proceed. 'J.-, and ,no' Florida and has an army of friends been much exaggerated v,

a t northwest feffcon. Tbarwky local _.' -, .Kkdihoedofcwriction., '-S: < ,- ,- AT, -THE. LUCERNE. THEATRE" TO-. among this: class of Florida :'citizens.

From fee Maager to the.Crass;the ", NIGHT.' ..
.ram _ , : Always carry,some bright new pea
& worid's;greatest" miiiiUrpiece; k\Rotten Mr.'David Cohn, a popular commer. ',The pictures at the Lucerne,Theatretonight See :the pictures at the Lucerne ales in your ,ve t,'pocket Then pas;' ;a

'Iid>ee A ;I4 *YBY*'.reel'pw* add: HWB;;.arrived at,',fee San ,Juan :;will be :classy ,and. strictlyuptddate. , Theatre tonightThey' will please and may sometimes. ,give, them out intake x

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:KWS'HEMS"FROM. COLLEGE OF HOTEL. SEMINOLE OPENS DOORS I S t C 1 1 s S tr.
: AT WINTER PARK .
AGRICULTURE, UNIVERSITY
; OF FLA, GAINESVILLE I ADVERTISE- '
I Large Number of Citizens Inspect I IF, YOU a I Ie

:TEe students in Agriculture are now Handsome New Hostlery-Newg' Want' a Cook '
BAKGAI SI! BARGAINS I
..11 begun on the second half' of their Notes And Personals : Want a Partner BARGAINSI!
Feb.. Want '
>: )tar's work, after having successfully Winter Park, 24-Special) a Situation -
pssed the 'examinations of the first The New Seminole Hotel held its "' Want Servant_ Girl '
rimester.The', work',of the second formal opening to the public on Sat- Want to Sell a Piano '
f junester contains considerable study urday afternoon from 3 to 6 o'clock.' Want to Sell a Carriage take pleasure in announcing to Ladies and Childrens Ready to
%applied horticulture and economic It was thronged by"a host of people, ,' WanttoSellTownProperty the people in Orlando and Tidnityear hats from 50c up.
Intemology, including actual prac :and Mine Host, R. P. Foley, and his '' Want to Sell Your Groceries that our line of Spring and Summer Ladies Rain Coats, Regular $5.00
ice in field work. The students in I good wife received those who wished I Want to Sell Your Hardware Merchandise, which is arriving daily kind, now 298. Childrens RainProof
':'inimal Industry are'beginning prac- to examine the admirable appoint- Want customers for Anything such as Dry Goods, Clothing, Shoes, Capes from $L9S up. I
#ca1 work in milk testing and making ments of the new hostlery. Music and Advertise Daily in This Paper Hats, Millinery, Ready to Wear Hats, Ladies Washable Skirts, all styles
,x utter and are also baring some prac- refreshmepts were provided and the Advertising Is theWaytoSuccess the Styles Shown' are varied'enough from $L24 up.
;ice in poultry, raising. crowd of visitors were delighted with Advertising Brings Customers to suit the tastes of every one, and Ladies and Children's Coats and
Frof. C. L. Willoughby of the De- the fine hotel. It has been runningfor Advertising Keeps Customers the prices are in keeping with every Suits at Surprisingly low Prices.
", jartment of Animal Husbandry of some six weeks and 'is now well Advertising Insures Success purchaser's idea of economy. Calicos 5c per yard
ft&,College of Agriculture assisted,, filled. The position is so fine, the Advertising Shows Energy SPECIAL BARGAINS DURING French Gingham lOc per yard
Live and the table is Advertising Shows Pluck FAIR WEEK. To aecomodate the
-1st. week in organizing a County rooms so pleasant so trade we give
vitock:Club for Alachua county which well managed. Winter Park is very Advertising Is "Biz" Shoes for.Men, Ladies, Misses and away nice china ware for premiums
A'to h affiliated with the new Flor- proud of the whole enterprise. No Advertise of Bust Children in all styles and colors, high to everybody who trades with us. We
ik Live Stock Association. doubt the hotel will be puite a drawing : .' Advertise Long and low cut, to suit the taste of every Guarantee Satisfaction. or your mon. \

Dr. Wm. P, Brooks, Professor ol: card for,all the years to come. Advertise WellADVERTISE body.. All Shoes will sell at FIFTEEN ey refunded. ... .
_ 'Jfcrfedtore in the Massachusetts The library tea for the benefit of 1 PER CENT OFF. Come and convice yourself. *\. .
'- Ladies Shirt Waists and
JCypxultural College, was. a visitor: toJe the public library was quite a success. -4. At Once Middy Your Trade will be Appreciated.
: Uhtversity,last week. Dr. Brooks: Mrs. E. H. Brewer and Mrs. Hugh IN THE SENTINEL Blouses of styles from 98c up.
Ladies Dresses from 98c Men's Straw Hats from 2oc
up.
the and students of It I up.
dressed faculty Reed were the hostesses. was a
4b- College of Agriculture making : charming gathering.The a i i a l i a t a. i Childrens Dresses from 48c up. Men's Alpaca Coats from $UO up.Kanner's ,

i very pleasant'' talk on the agricultural I young people of the Congrega 1
conditions of his home state in tional church have been quite active '
ie North. this winter giving suppers and sales
.
New York
Checks for fifty thirty and and for the benefit of their society. Rev. WELCOME TO I S
1 use my dollars from the 'Hastings Dr. Barnum who has been a mission- II I .

A' Seed Company, Atlanta, Georgia, of- ary in Turkey for forty years, deliv- ROYAL PALM i
: ked by that..firm last year as first, ered a'very interesting address in the
5; eond and third state prizes to the Congregational Church Sunday before Store .
am club boys of Florida dub work, last, upon the Conditions in Turkey.It BARBER SHOP Bargain i
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ave been sent to the respective win- was a very interesting and instructive -
,VH 'M follows Richard Miller ofJi1ker presentation.At Modern and Complete. ,
If You Would be Posted be a Daily Visitor to this Store
Santa Rosa county; Stanley the municipal election held two Everything new, individual
'_ faith, of Louanna, Walton county, weeks ago there was no choice for electric attachments at every
md"Corbett Smith, of Louanna, WaiIn Mayor, Dr, C. E. Coffin and Wm. C. chair. No stone has been left
county., The Hastings Seed Comjpiny Temple being tied for the office. A unturned to make this shop
;' have generously offered these rote for Dr. Coffin being wrongly meet th erequirements of the

a= pies,.to the Corn Club boys again marked, there will, therefore, be a ,most particular. Plenty of .
fo 1913 State'Contest second election on March 11, when the room. Courteous attendants.
t Professor Vernon has been out instate question will be settled '

$e.. this week attending' meetigs There have been a number of concerts ELIJAH Proprietor.WHITEHEAD J fH U.M aAR WAR
of the Boys' and Girls' Clubs. His and lectures given at Rollins
Jherary covers Taylor, Suwannee, College which have helped to furnish Orange Ave., Orlando,'Fla. Il

sad Escambia counties. amusement to' our visitors, and receptions -
f men ,Florida Corn Club, boys _atImded ; have been held by several of
the Corn Exposition held in our hospitable home ladies, which I - -- --
fblumbia S. C., the last week in Janu- : have been fully attended. I
Y : jey. They were Tracy W. Baker, Tonight there is to be a concert at
lake Geneva, Harry J. McCully, Ber- lollins College in the artists course
'' ,fc; Curtis ,Matthews, Westville Joe by'Miss Beatrice McCue, of New'York* : THE OAKlANDTHE {:
Sites, Bombay; Ralph W. Dudley, I l ,
: Jfewberry; Jerry Aultman, Belmere, i I,
idWillie, Anger, Madison. ANTED-Clean Cotton Rags the,

> among the ,students entering' the Sentinel Office. ..' J1.- s I" CAR

Tbllege,, of Agriculture at the begin- \.
_- ping of the second semester were Mesa SentineL! THAT EVERYBODYIS
Subscribe for the Sunday l
William Rahn,of Chicago:; Illinois, Ten cents a week delivered. [ li
aid A..M. Link, of.Los Angeles, CalROrnia. t

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",: St Petersburg real estate men are ,
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'i iaging a bitter warfare with little

lape of..amacable adjustment.Seven ,
siuts have been filed at PROPRIETOR.) I MAGRUDERPatronize !Hardware, Agricultural Implements, Harness, Saddlery
, : fiearwater which will be of interest 6 Miles

feral estate circles all over Florida, PINE CASTLE, of 31 Paints, Oils, Building Material, Etc.
x ac rney are sequel to the suit for I ':
|300,000 which was filed some time ago '
advertizers.
1 $1 Per Bay Sentinel
JtfKxl A. Mitchell! against the memerrs IATES i : : r1ai'.c Florida t

=_ of the Real Estate Exchange. .- ,
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Blcn>1' each asking $25,00 as damJre8. ORLANDO
The plaintiffs in the suits are GREATEST BARGAIN IN

.JL P. Avery, president of the exiange -
" ; Foley &: Fisher, The Hickens
'hltr.Company, Fred'T. Sumner; E. W. M. SLEMONS
UTowland and Boardman &: Geetz.
LOTS ON LAKE
?1. The declaration has not been filed 8 BEAUTIFUL I
'jbt.it,is understood that the basis ofHe.
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suit is the alleged libelous publi- EOLA, can be bought very

mtfon by Mitchell in' which'he refer- Inquire at the NeW S rill Stoc is In

ad:fle.members to the exchange of the exchange as a trust belong-.as to reasonable. ur oming .

-, 'ig to a trust.Saturday SENTINEL And we will offer to you a Choice Selection of'High Class ;
< I Goods. jI
afternoon the children of I IN DRY GOODS, ALL THE,STAPLE AND USEFUL _
4e A. D. Gwynne Institute were re- ; GOODS as well as FANCY SILKS, and FINE DRESS i
Parsing. .for a play that Wu to coat GOODS, HOSIERY IN SILK LISLE AND COTTON, and ;
that ,night Jn one part of the the Many Accessories that Women Use. It It It. It It. It.It :
L jay some one had to thoat "Ratil" ModelsMOTOCYCLES

: vd the.terribly actors alarmed.were supposed The rehears-to besme 1915 Bargains Six Days in Every Week c

progressed and when it came to ..,:;i"' We carry all the time a large stock of SHOES of the
ffs par\.Thelma Sanchez jumped for \,: . ",It-' best makes and newest styles. KING QUALITY MEN'S -.J
;. i'chair, but fell and broke her arm :'" SHOES. CRADDOCK TERRY'S WOMEN'S SHOES
it two places. A compound fracture r AND CHILDREN'S SHOES. NONE BETTER ARE !
' for several days and the play I I SCHLOSS BROS. FINE SUITS FOR MEN at $15.00,
"In been postponed Dr. A. P. Hunter I, $20.00, $25.00 and $30.00 are unsurpassed for STYLE t
_vu summoned as quickly as possible FIT AND QUALITY.
mi rendered all necessary medical LORD BALTIMORE BOYS SUITS WILL BE SURE
lid. Thelma is the oldest daughter i TO PLEASE YOU. -

tf Mr. and Mrs..S. W. Sanchez.Fort I. Four H. P. Models $200.00
9jen.Note in Tampa Times. : Seven H. P. Models$250.00


"' .One-fourth until the off first-on of all March.goods. SaleM i o g. :E3i1peJ1t. W. M. Slemonsfr

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tlie -f atare too,, in the for, '.Commercial a
t.: tnd in near, . ing plant city doing IT'SAFAIRPROPOSITION ,-
i"c' .. Work. Your.order, .large or IF YOU WANT

;. {".Three jew>fish weighing.respectively small, is handled hereby: trained experts .
: [150,175'and'360 pounds were:caught whose knowledge'of the. print- TO ASSUME THAT YOU ARE BRIGHTER FRUIT
' at Boca';Grande;Tuesday. er's art is unquestioned. Accurate, 3Y
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W. L Straub, editor' of, the St- US,treatment to all, that's why this I :
:Petersburg.Times,. has ,been .elected stablishment has grown by. leaps and BEST. WE ARE SPECIALISTS IN you command the fancy prices, use- .. :
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THE SENTINEL I Electrical Wireing and Motor Work

Boca ,Grande's new'.steam laundryis i Phone 24. Court Street ; ,
now doing fine:work. This is an Arcade Building I NEWELL ELECTRICAL COMPANY IF YOU WANT ., i

v: up-to-date improvement for Boca ; 4-}.'
; 'Grande.. The building boom continues uni I ARCADE BUILDING To destroy the 'THRIPP-use- :
. abated in Fort Myers. The latest I CHURCH ST. 1
The International State Associa- building to be erected is a handsome
; PHONE 280 Black Leaf Tobacco Extract 1
:. tion of Sunday Schools is holding its two-story one, with front of pressed
v annual convention this week in Jack- brick for W. J. Odom The structure f
.; sonville. Many delegates are said to will cost $15,000. The entire buildingwill Our ne w1913 Almanac containing full ;J
be in attendance. be occupied by Odom & Gillam as 1
information sent for three cents
t. a llardware and furniture. store and you ;
Extensive preparations are on',foot j will be equipped with all modern con- postage. I
;. in.St Augustine to make the annual: veniences, including an electric eleva The Best is the CheapestSO
': ball on Washington's birthday, the tor. The front will be of plate glass. I

r greatest success in the history.of the GET THE BEST OF L 0. Painter Fertilizer Co.
Ancient City.. New 7-room house, with electric 1
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> With electrict lights, water, sewer- iences. Lot 75x200. Price, 2,850. Paints and, Wall PaperTHE :
age, hard streets, :cement sidewalks Terms to suit. JACKSONVILLE, FLA. .1
and other improvements, we will bea CHADWICK &: COOPER. I !
long way toward having an ideal 1912 WALL PAPER IN SAMPLESIS I
town.-Boca, Grande Note in Tampa Subscribe for the Sunday Sentinel GRAND AND I WILL BE PLEASEDTO 1
Times. Ten cents a week delivered.iMHIMIHIIMMtltMIMI. SHOW THEM. ALL YOU HAVE TO s --, ----

DO IS TO TELEPHONE AND I WILL
A: law,and order league has been
formed in West Palm Beach. The : BRING THE SAMPLE TO YOUR HOME.,

.league.has for its:object the suppres- : tt
sion of lawlessness wherever it may I IndeedThey
F exist in West;Palm Beach' and Palm : GEO. A. BARKER PHONE 268 Fireplace Mantels, 'I

Beach county. : '
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. is in session. .in. Palm. Beach.. : Caloric Fireless Cookers
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," men operating representing-in: the :southeastern the various territory lines. I I R SPRING G MILLINERY[ OPENING[ Electric Pocket Flash lights, ::1

better cigars are to be'
!1 are present.Thenew .:.-- found anywhere ,we're ; Complete Electric Lighting Plants of .

:, storage battery car is now sure of than, hence we'feel I Wednesday and Thursday
no hesitancy in saying that! ,
in service. It is a pay-as-you-enter Any Size Installed.
car. Doors are all dosed while the I .regardless of price, there is
car running. It is well lighted at not a cigar- made that you.. February 26th and 27th.CORDIALINVITATION"EX1INDm -.....---
night;Boca Grande Note in Tmapa can enjoy more than ,
Times.. ;HAWLEY'SSTRAIGHTS I .
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: 4 The postoffice at Chumukla was robbed -, and I -'- ...... --
kit week and$52 stolen. Duncan HAVANAS'I I
Cook, aad:BurnU'Norwood, both,well Made in Orlando. Sold by I I II.ffiLTON&DUNNS ELECTRICIAN
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MOftNING AND WHKLY8UB6CMPT10N industry. Every, few years when affairs ,in Mexico came to a ,
the banded blatherskites give voiceto paSs which seemed to threaten 'real. Search as You Will
'Xr ,:HTK t' their unrest, to their dissatisfactionwith trouble with that country soon be-
-- what is, to their desire to smash came evident that there would belittle
.' ,THE ,DAILY SENTINEL: more business transacted bycongress.
.{ :lie'year ,........!.........!.$5.00 things. It
was.sincerely that
Eighty Daniel Webster ,hoped
lx Months ..,.!................ 2.50 years ago would '
drew the following'picture of conditions nothing occur to make armed
-.k ., .free Months z. .................1.25JJr then existing. ,He said intervention in the neighboring republic ,You Cant Find More fofYour
: ,Wetk ,.................... 10 : but both the President ,
"There are persons who constantly necessary,
-. :TE'WMKLY SffifTINZLyeu clamor. They complain of opression, and congress' seemed determined not '

c '. by nuO. postact paid .......11.00 speculation, and pernicious influence I to shirk thee- responsibility should it : Money Elsewhere ;
.mod:'THE SamNKI* Orlando Florida. of accumulated wealth. They cry out become necessary to protect Americans :' .
,Office 107, Coot Stwet.: Arcade' 8IWq loudly against all banks and corpora and American interest. ; .
'r Hunt 24 ,tions, and all means by which small The immigraton bill and the railroad i

:4 J. ::F. SCHUMANN. .BUr capitalists become united in order to physical valuation bill were NOR CAN YOU FIND BETTER JEWELRY
,JOSIlfl. miffl, Pdartetr.r I produce important and beneficial re- among the few that wera taken up '

I sults. They carry on mad hostility seriously. A committee hearing was THAN OURS. FOR SEVERAL
Url SD FEBRUARY 26, 1913 held YEARS THIS
; against all established institutions. on railway mail pay on Modanybut .
would choke the fountain it was said that no hearings .
They of industry more .
: HAS BEEN SO, IT IS SO TODAY, AND WILL
Now if breakfast is late some morn- and dry all streams. In a would be held on that subject for S

,. ig she can blame it on, the postman. country of perfect equality they would some time. The subject is otie which;j ,' BE SO TOMORROW, NEXT YEAR, AND IN ,
o move heaven and earth against privi will require considerable considera- ,
If'people will', remember to always lege and monopoly. In a country tion. The House is determined not to ,
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ten to the right, and do right many where property is more evenly divi- any action with respect, to fed- ; : .. ;(!
junfol collisions will be avoided J jded I than anywhere else they rend the eral control of waterpower to bJi T"7. :; .-i-":'--: \
y t -p air shouting agrarian doctrines. In at this session. There is fear that
Tli 'Turks are doing better fighting I I a country where wages of labor the big supply bills may be Sidetrack-I 1 I. in

m the peace conference than they are high beyond parallel they would ed and the work of congress now Wn Have Lhe Bestand Be Sure1 "
:'save shown' on the battlefield. with thelies. teach the laborer that he is but an until March 4th will be devoted main-I '

:,oppressed slave." ly to getting appropriations for the iI
o The God-like Daniel could not have various departments of the Govern I
the world loves a lover, and also drawn a more lifelike picture of, ment passed. '
a novelty. Just now the parcels post ent conditions if Bates, Healy pres-and President Taft is not as'iumin.t; any I: If It's in t the Jewelry lr line We Have ItI It

iruraorping Wty.If ; most of the spare popu- Holly had been seated in front of him I I more compelled responsibility to. than he, it really] !I II I .

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I' every week was Fair week Orlan- i A TEAR FOR THE PAST I
2) would need a subway or an elected For than hundred --- II
more
a years men :
.. railroad through the business of every race and every nationality An elderly gentleman-a tourist,i i T. U. Evans the Jeweler
i' action. have united in honor of Washington.No was standing on the walk opposite '
o other man has been so well praised. the public school building watching ,
When it actually comes to a shown Among conquerors his was the the happy sports of the school child- S
p 'j there are many people who one great character in which no flaws ren, and as they lined up to march : ".. OPPOSITE POST OFFICE - LA :\
s her will not or cannot put up theconey. have been found. in he took a snap shot of them.

Yet universal recognition of the He lingered, loking longingly <
o virtues of Washington have resulted toward the building, seemingly
{ When a woman is getting the best in surprisingly little imitation of loathe to leave. Soon the sweet
41 a'man in an argument he,may win them. While Simon Boliver made an notes from the child voices

.t by suddenly closing her mouthth attempt in that direction, circum blending in the morning song driftedout I

a kiss. stances compelled him at length to become through the open windows, and he I ,.-c. ""
o a dictator. There have been ;listened intently. When the song was ': t.r-/'I'. ;_c ;);.c:. ,
When a man has a little pain he many other successful revolutionists I t:finished and the last sound had died': Spring MiieryU'I\\ it;1:.'::L o.V",it-, :
ashes around the house as if he and liberators, but though all of them! away he turned, and as a tear dropped ) [ ;t l 'I '

fought each member of the family would have eulogized Washington, no| from his eye he half audibly uttered. 'I I .

ins individually responsible for ito doubt, not one has cared to follow him "But once in life those sweet happy I !-.W: ')0.' .. .
in the 'self-effacement that led to immortal days come to any of us." I a Y
Ocala is to have a soao factory i fame.Wherever When approached by a Sentinel representative I Ir
Irlando has a ,few places so highly men read or dream of be stated that his whole J I

;: ttvoredthat strangers are ape toaistake freedom or fight for it the exampleof life, until he became too old for prac .,
them for soap factories. Washington is illustrious. Even i tical work had been spent in the"schoolroom I y\ .-"'.refV iffj j ,
,; o in Mexico every red-handed faction as a Teacher and though his J Most judges say they oppose ,the glories in his glory, but there is none work had ceased he had never been j "-"'- ll.. "{ C1} tf.> .

:call ,of judicial decisions, but the to,walk in his footsteps. Is,the man able to relax his interest.in the schoolj tM( 1'J
,' :cumber of by "higher courts"' work and the ,4rt.# ? I
reverses who gained immortal fame by fore children of school age.:
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wakes it look,as,if the recall is much going ambition and power to stand Ana tne tnought that c&ngto us,] trWpItipatwari .

..::' eeded 'times.Few .' forever alone? was here is a great man,. a, grand', uiiU I lIUkUUJ r
-o man. A man who by life long work uuuIwuuuj )

people are deceived very much ORLANDO CENTER OF ATTRACTION among the children appreciated the '
4f'surface politeness, but without that hidden wealth that was stored up in'
iw people get on intimate enough their souls, and as the assayer tests i{ FEBRUkRY 26th and

': :,tons deceive others upon anything Many of the people who come to the precious metals, he had analyzed I ,
:: ist. e. < Orlando during the winter season their minds,- determined their intrinsic -
o values and had contributed to the
become infatuated with the place and
The man',who wants to be popular begin to skirmish about for a busi- polishing of those precious gems, so '
last' submit to hearing to the same the latest largely that it was not strange that '
ness' opening. Among are /
!id stories over and over again and P. G. Pifer, and A. G. Swinbery, of he should carry a love of school child- Everyone Cordially

fcten attentively. to lots of, foolish, Buffalo, N. Y., who have been touring ren and school work with him until
i>pe. Florida and are so pleased with Orlando .he reaches the City Beautiful and is Invited S

4 that they would like to locate here graduated from the school of eternal, .
TEes United States is having some and if they could be assured of an life
.: visible"aeroplanes built of transparent -I electric railroad connecting Or- I
'materiaL"We trust that the avia- lando with the boat line at Sanford, The Sentinel is not after, "Scoops," T
.%r will not likewise be clothed in ito t f would put in a wholesale grocery but just the news. The every day MARION BUIVES : :
,. 1 t house in Orlando. They are very things in life that people are interested >i
'? One hundred and ten automobiles in and shall be glad if our frienJs ; ,
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live'been''stolen in New York city I will telephone into the office any item -,<;,. :-
'y king the past year. All that;tends CABINET POSITIONS of news as it is our endeavor to cover Exclusive Millinery Parlors '
1 ,it add'to the.expense of owning one the entire field of news gathering, and /

.cif the macadam destroyers.It The Sentinel has semi-official in. i distribution. We shall aim to give Second Floor ( )
o accounts of social ,and general doings
formation to the effect that selections 4
is proposed to celebrate the 100thmiversary I without unnecessary and tiresome de-:
have been made for all cabinet position -
) of the institution' ofIjousers. *!tail, and avoid the use of offensivelyand
> and the' decided have
men upon
., And 100 years from now highly perfumed ,powder puff in -
:been notified, and have accepted. The'l
reporting such.
mil> they be celebrating the anniver- 1 same information says that Mr. Bryan Whenever we hear of the sudder The tarpon season has opened, according cases tarpon have been taken in Jan

JB7 of the hobble skirt? Can't make'. ,will be secretary of state, and that ; Read the advertisements o death of a Kentucky politician over t to Captain Wintle of the Ke- uary it is a rare thing, but the season
'4e"anniversary business wholly one-, south will be well represented in' in the Sentinel business deal we cannot but wondei is opended early this year and some
{the closely and nesaw, who has just returned with a
"fed. t but not Florida. constantly every day whether it was a horse trade or a fine catches may be looked for in the
cabinet
I the and see what the merchants are doing party from the neighborhood of Cap-
o over the draw. present month and during March.-
dispute
The last man selected for a positionwas tiva The from Cincinnati
for comfort and pass. party was -
The Orlando ,Daily Sentinel is a your convenience. o Fort Myers Note in Tampa Times.
and this posi-
attorney general Ohio
and
The Sun's exchange I were out twenty-
: wlcome visitor to caused Mr. Wilson greatest con' i A Chicago judge has ruled that -
tion
The Sentinel eight days, taking during that time
tble. It fie an,eight.:page, six collums I f congratulates the New
fethe and covers the cern. The man selected will be in 1 i i Smyrna Breeze "on being able to install i I abusing an enemy over a telephone fourteen tarpon, some of good size. A Louisiana jurist is sad becausehe
page newspaper the nature of a surprise to the public: is disturbing the peace. We trust the the end of
a Linotype made possible by the Captain Wintle further states that; his sees chivalry. In all
: field better than daily -
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;_ heretofore published in Orlando. though the man is eminently quali;i I public spirited citizens of that secjtion decision is not so far-reaching as tc party was so well pleased with the probability he belongs to the once delightful -
.'Se patronage bestowed upon' The fied. i paying up their subscriptions include what one thinks about Centralon fishing that they engaged his boat for but now obsolete masculine

,fly Sentinel indicates that it has I -o- {five years some occasions. a later trip. The weather,has been so i type of the middle centuries who sur-
I o mild this"winter that tarpon are be-: rendered seats to women in crowded
Ire to stay, which the Sun hopes is WANTED Clean Cotton Rags t/u0Subscrtle I --- \I
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J ;' ',:: $1.50 Napkins for . . . F$1.20 We also call attention to Furnishings and will be F''
your gla to
'L., oOc:UMBS for ,. .: .. .,.}. .,40c50c ; A fine lot of 12ftc towels for,lOc '
:; '. $1.75 Napkins for . . . .$1.45 show that
" I not more than 1 doz. to a cus our line of Leather, Leatheroidand you we can save youli'

I 60c:Ltaeas for : ... u.;:u ;, tomer. $2.00 Napkins for u. u ,$1.60 1 Japanese Straw Suit Cases, money, or give you better quality .

( 15c Towels for . . . . . ., .12c25c for the same money, we
) ,,. 75cUaeasfor, . .::00. .. . . 60c .- $3.00 Napkins for. . .. .$2.50 that we: are selling very low as\\
'rk..,. y Towels for . _., . . .19c have no bad debts to make up on

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ANOTHER PRETTY HOME IN RE SEWERAGE BONDS CITY' f

Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Tudtke and OF ORLANDO, FLORIDAi
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family, of Toledo, Ohio, who are -
spending their second,season in Orlando Notice is hereby given that sealed A Rare Treat to Lovers of I
ORLANDO, FLA. will continue to visit the City bids will be received by the bond trustees .
of the of Orlando Fla.
i Beautiful as they have, purchased a City up to
., pretty lot over near Mr. Gedge's noon March 27th, 1913 for the purchase f
tf and will of $140,000.00 five per cent sewer
; home on Magnolia avenue
L Mr. Percy Long of Greenville, S, C.,! erect a beautiful home ,which they age bonds, said bonds being of the ORIENTAL RUGS, CARPETS, ETC.
-' is registered at the Arcade Mr. will occupy upon their return next following denominations: Fifty bondsof t
_', Long i8a., business.partner of Geo. T. $1,000.00 each. Eighteen bonds of
J r'<. Barr"of Lake Dot. season.The' 'plans are' in the hands of 5000.00 each.' i iSaid' For Three Days Only at ,

.; Architect .Murry S. King. and it is bonds to be delivered $70,000. ;;
f Mrs.Paul Arringtin, of' West Cen- Immediately, and the balance in two :
usuless to say that'the home will be ( ,
teral Avenue, has as a guest her sister in keeping with the best in Orlando blocks of $35,000.00 each as the City : YOWELL'S
Mrs. E.,C. Dickson Manning,
and that's saying a great deal needs the money for said sewerage
_. s. a work. Interest payable semiannually. J :
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PARTY FROM OCALA No bids will be considered for less 24 25 and
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f 'Mr. Mrs :Loomis-of Gran AUTO February ;
. and C. P. >> than par. All bids must be accompa- ,
K. bury, Conn. are in ,Orlando' for the Two automobiles reached Orlando nied by certified check for an amount: ,;
'J season and,are among the happy and yesterday from Ocala with a numberof equal to two and one-half per cent of' Mr. Mural Donchian from New York City with an $18,000,00 assortment of fine .:
': t 4 delighted guests at the Summerlin. prominent people, who came for the the par value of the bonds bid for. !'i

" ----- purpose'pf,participating in the"meet Right is reserved to reject any or 1] ORIENTAL RUGS AND CARPETSwill
J Mr. W. S. Browning, a retired capitalist ,
all bids. More information in regard
ing to be held in Orlando today to organize ;,
i of Greenville, C. C., registered
! at the Arcade this week Mr Browning ,a. State Golf Association.The to application these bonds to Bond will furnished Trustees.. upon have space in Yowell's Store, second floor, for three days only, showing a
composed of Mr. 1 '
was
i. is very much.impressed. with Or and !Mrs.party R. P. Johnson, of Munice, Dated, Orlando, Fta., February 25th, grand Selection of Keshan Kerman, Sarouk, Tebriz, Kurdistan,

f' lando. !. Ind.; Miss T. B., Nunez,.Suffolk, Va.; 1913. I Shiraz, China Silk and Antique Persian Silk, .
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3 Jack Camp, Geo. K. Robinson, J. ;S. Signed.
l Mrs: and Mrs. Charles.A. Davis, of Pearson and J* M. Lusky, Ocala. E. G. DUCKWORTH, Special attention is called to Keshaw Silk Rug on display of the Sultan Abdul Hamet
Boston, Mass;'who've been visiting
. their uncle, Hon., .William. Gorseline, They are guests at the San Juan. D.E. LOCKHART F. SPERRY,, Collection bought in Constantinople by Mr. Donchian buyers, I

t ,t\ the Arcade, left:,last,night on the Tonight at the Grand, those pictures Bond Trustees.' and is valued in the market at $5,000,00,
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Seaboard,for Boston.. L
_ from the life of Christ should be seen

f a Mr' and, Mrs i 'Earle, ,Hartsell. have by as to many the people Opera as House.can find Such admission an- A WINDY DAY IN KANSAS. I IU I Sale will be conducted by M. Donchian, and J. Baylarian I.I I.

j.:.: returned to their home"in Greenville, ;
opportunity to see great pictures in, I have seen some hard winds out I
S. C. During their stay in Orlando
.' a city as small as Orlando, is rare., i in Western Kansas," Abe Peters says 1 .
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they acquired a ,host of friends and I -
#. it was with much regret they bade this ,_ I I I to Tom McNeal "There are some :: --..!
popular'young couple adieu.untiLihe Less than ,one week ,'yet until .this things, that an,old resident'learns out r
., next season. ,Mr. and: Mrs. Davis, nation' wfll'have new: President and there from observation and expert* I
parents of, Mrs. Hartsell' will remain new ,heads at the governmental departments ante One Is that when you are facing I
';; in Oralndo until some time next month The importance of these j a hard wind keep your mouth shut [
and are planning to,return early next heads to 'the welfare of the people: One day I was traveling with a ten-
t fall They have spent several wintersin can not be overestimated, and the announcement : derfoot from the East. He was a long

Orlando and hope to'spend many. is awaited with much slender man, about six feet three inches II IITu '
Yowell'sSPECIAL3"
; more in ,this, delightful climate. concern. long and about six inches wide.
. ----- o He had no more meat on his bones
: Mr D. S.:, Cramer, of Columbus, The cannibal and otherwise uncivilized than a fork handle. As I was saying,
; Ohio, left ,yesterday for ,Key West, ,man o ftoday has hard work'preserving -. one day we started to ride across the
; via Tampa and St. Petersburg, after his unbelief and ignorance prairie, when the wind came up in
.t St. Petersburg, after a weeks visit when they are putting Bibiles in all our faces, blowing at the ate of 100
in the"City Beautiful" the rooming-houses of the world. A miles an hour or so. That tenderfoot
s man tin; England has just left mil- opened his mouth to say something tome
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Mr and Mrs W. T. \ lions to the missionary society to con-: I head him mate a carton noise'
" Haizlip, came
r up .from Tampa yesturday and will tinue this work. What if the cannibal : and looked around to see what was* eS s VI e D eS s Tl1urs

:- 'w spend the next two weeks in this section could not read, the matter, and saw that he had inadvertently ay ay ayo
; with relatives and friends Mr. o swallowed about six or seven ,
r Haizlip is the traveling auditer of the We are glad of the agitation annex barrels of wind. He looked like ant 1
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South Pasadena to Los Angeles.The ...
: Citrus Exchange. inflated air cushion, and seemed,to be -
i biggest asset of that lovely sub- about four times the size he was natu- p ,'

Ir Mr. and Mrs. William Wells, of urb is not physical, but psychological -, rally. It seemed to set him sort of .
,Sioux City, ,Iowa, friends of Mr. The quality of its boosters is' crazy, and he jumped out of the bugy.
and Mrs.. Mahlon Gore, spent yester. something admiraple. A candidatefor When he lit on the groud he bounded
:' day in the city, and left last night for citizenship in Los Angeles who into the,air like a rubber ball,and then
a tour of the southern part: of the has been prepared in South Pasadenais went bounding across the prairie likea
.f 'state. truly and duly qualified. tumble weed before: the wind. At ;
o the end of three miles he fell into a
.. Unity"Circle .:will ,meet this afternoon Mrs. W. J. Johnston, of Wheeling,i canyon, 'where the couldn't hit him, !
s at,three o'clOckat, Unity Chapel, West Virginia,is in Orlando the guestof I and stopped, but it was a week beforehe
comer Central, Avenue and West her brother-in-law, Mr. Allan A. was back to his normal size.-
street Paper ,by Mrs. C, Groninger Smith, who divides his time between Kansas City Star.
Gore on Mary 'Livermore. All are Orlando and the "Stogie" city. Mrs. I C CAMBRIC MUSLIM U HOCK TOWELS

:cordially invited to the meeting. Johnston_ is very much pleased with At a recent live stock meeting in

'. '- Orlando and our saluzrious climate. Gainesville, W. B. Willet, an enthusiast P PAJAMA ChECKS K
Subscribe'for, the Sentinel. She will leave ,Saturday for a short in swine, said: I do know this. Any 36 inches wide, and A good large size
visit to her sister:: in Plant City. man who will work, not only with his

t hands but his head, who ,is fond of fully bleached. A good Huck Towel, with- -

.. fifty stock',acres who has of money the ordinary enough Florida to buy soft finish, -and the Red Border, just 28 40 inchPajama check,

pine ,land, clear it or better buy
yet
.: Yes are cordially invited to attend our quality usually sold at
p '!'";: some cheap abandoned grove. cut up dozen in all, while a splendid 15c.quality.

, Sprfag,Tailoring Opening .into pasture lots, with ohg-proof 121-2c and 15c. per Can
< :, : fences, first plant two crops, then buy they last, these three be had these
':1 ,,< heW by two or three registered sows and pigs I yard.
','' ',,, ,i...;!:<:";' )..,. from some reliable breeder. I see no days, will be per doz., three days only, at
:' t These
i :; ISAAC HAMBURGER'&:'SONS reason why, two years from the time f three days only .
f:.. t'--4-'-:, ::-"' he planted his first crop, he should I I at :*> 85c., or each
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_>' %t Merchant. ,Tailors ;' not be in receipt of a good income "
t. ,:0 living an independent, life, his '

t': Baltimore feed more' year hogs growing with the more knowledgethat crops ownbosseach to I 10 cts. 7\ cts. 1U cts.

Dbp&yifif the Only Line in America Backed
By
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; hogs can be Raised in Florida
4 1.. cheaper than in the corn belt of',as
Real Merchant Tailoring 10 yard'lim t. One dozen limit
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t good quality of pork with the,,assurance ,

!.. Their Reprete&tative. ,will be:with us ,to.take'measures' always I of good market,< ,lean
j honestly advise the prospective sett.
February 19 and 20th ler,:when it'comes to. raising hogs in

Florida, .to., "Go ,to it" Arcadia 'Enterprise


'StRU&&S & nl K N Bargain-, Stationery. ; -15, cents1*per s; THE: .-- ., BIG- WHITE STORE, ,

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Business Boosters (classified advertisements .
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i Faft,:Teb;;24Mrs." ; W.:E. Murphy- For1he Children ) received after 10 o'clock .
midnight; will be run in the "Toe'Late ?
::4\: Ttterned Saturday from Boca Grande. to Classify" column.

:, : whore- she.his had:charge of a hotel Boosters of five lines, or less-approximately

4 ,J: Loapklns "of Orlando visited 30 'mords-one time 25
Hollana Princess, ,
Juliana,
'. # '-friends" ;herei.Saturday and,Sunday. Who Wants a Playmate. cents(six' ;daily three and times one 50 weekly cents; one editions week) When You Pay What a Thing is Worth

W. ,G. ,Sphaler, and A. ,C. Ellison $1.00; one month, $3.00.
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in Orlando Friday,
were

; Mr, ::and.Mrs.. :W., H. Saunders,. ofCleveland FOR SALE-80 acres of good land You Get the Worth of Your Money
here three miles west of Taft. 20 acres
,*Ohio,, were looking
cleared and in' cultivation. Good
;* over ,their property last 'week, and r 4.I buildings.. Price $30 per acre. Ad-

"" .'also:looked.over their winter home- dress P. B., care Sentinel
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property and,Sand Lake.
KELLER'S Staffords ,Arnolds Inks
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Schrick 'of Grand .
Frank Rapids; Curtis & O'Neal, Next Postoffice. >
'' Mich, was here:looking over Prosper ,

:colony lands last week.J FOR SALE or rent-The best farm in

; H.. Paige and.daughter, of Glen Orange County. Magnificent buildings I
f .Castle 'ale fruits of all kinds. Pleasant I A good buy means. more than getting something at a
N. Y., spending the week place and good land. Address Van.

: :' with friends here and'looking.over the ;4 care Sentinel : cheap price. After all it is nothing but getting your

.Colony lands. : money's worth.
THE BEST LAKE FRONT lots in
s Walter W. Watson, of Morrison, HI, Orlando are at Schumann Heights.I I I .

' was here this week, looking at prop- have six for sale. Carl Jensen. ,

erty and also the winter home proposition ; I
at Sand' Lake. ; A NICE LITTLE COTTAGE of four : ..- Quality means cost, but everybody knows the better the
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in Highland Grove Subdi- '.' ;
rooms
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r Mr. and 1tn..Tompkins and Charles vision to Orlando. Price $700. Easy :I quality the greater. the durability. And it is durability

t' .P..'. L Paige and, daughter were Orlando terms. S. Sentinel. .. .
I : ..4 that finally decides the net cost of a purchase.
shoppers Tuesday.Mrs. .
BUY a lot in Thornton Park, a nice I. s
Mary F. Moon was an Orlando
suburb in east part of the city. Carl :
k shopper Wednesday. Jensen. .

Harry Moon has been spending ,the : We ,have experts continually on guard in our shops to

past few days withfriends. at Orlando FOR SALE-40 acres of fine land in : that
see get money's worth.
$ Volusia County, near station and you your They inspect every
tookJin'the
_ and fair. fine lake; $500. Terms. J. B. McKay, nut screw single part that into
:Quite,a number of our town people city. every goes Buick manu-

went to hear: Mr. Bryan at the high facture If the quality is off grade, they scrap it. If the

c school .auditorium at Kissimmee Fri. WANTED-First Class Printer, capable 1:
of taking faremanship. Enquire "'I _; workmanship is off a hair's breadth, they scrap it. It
day. at this office.
c: :J. J.: Knight,,of New Orleans, La., I costs us thousands of dollars a year in salaries alone, to

-one of the promoters of the McCoy FOUND-That the people and the is read.Sentinel reaches :II: '" say nothing of the loss represented in the material dis-

Land Company, is here this week.
carded. That's the we spend for the Buick
v money 0. K.
Hisses Frances Dennis Ala
Murphy .. FOR SALE-New seven room house
'Mabel Hill and C. B. Sphaler drove to Seven rooms and bath. Modern in all

Winter Park Sunday. Princess Juliana heiress apparent to respects. Lot 75x200.: Price ,$2850.

Mr. and Mrs. George Dennison and the throne of the Netherlands (or king Terms. Address owner, care Sentinel The famous Buick overhead valve motor is guaranteed
dom of Holland is getting to be a big
Paul, of Orlando., called on friends FOR SALE-5% acres with five-room to have and than
WF girl now. She will be four years old! more power more speed any other typeof
here Sunday. house on railroad only few hundred
; The W. XT. U. entertainment next April Lately she surprised her feet from stopping place. Plenty of : motor on the market. It will pull stronger on low grade
: given
asking
mother, Queen Wllhehnina. bv shade and small shrubbery. Ten to .

4 at the schoolhouse, Tuesday evening for a baby brother to play with. twelve bearing orange trees pears I ;.- gasoline than any other.type.of.motor_ever. built, and the
was well patroD led. Mr. McKain The little Princess Juliana is the and other small fruits. Good hunt- ,"
showed his moving pictures and Mr. j pride of the Dutch people for she is ing and fishing, and especially suitedto fuel consumption is less.
the only child jof the queen and therefore those who come to Florida for the Ie
Mallory,gave, the lecture. A light is now the nearest heir to the winter and like the country 'life with .,'

lunch was,also served. throne of the Netherlands. She likesto easy access to town. J. P. Perkins,
Mr. Tomkins and J. H. Paige were Orlando, Fla. General Delivery.
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: I play like other little girls. and t<>

; Orlando visitors Sunday. help her be happy her mother bought WANTED-To rent a piano till first

o pony for her. That may seem to be of April, must be in good working ROADSTERS AND TOURING CARS, $950 TO $1650, F.O.B. ORLANDO

nothing especially strange since there order. Piano, care of Sentinel :
NEVER SATISFIED. are plenty of other,little girls who have
ponies. But this Is 'a special kind of FOR SALE-New seven room resi I

|Some women are never satisfied- pony. It is the smallest pony that was dence. Bargain if taken before March
1st. E. H. Gore 11 Gore Ave. 2-18-6t
exhibited recent horse show ,
but' a curiosity has now tnrned up at a great

in Daisy Cooper, of Kansas City who in England. It stands just thirty inches ROOMS Corner Hughey and Gore Cook Automobile Co. .
and it Is brown'and as woollyas
high Streets first second Mrs.F. .
is seeking a divorce because Elijah or story. ,
a collie dog. A carriage bs been
S. Hall d3t.
Tier husband ,
is much
too good. .
made to fit the pony's siie; and the little >

Saying thaV'Elijah was "a; Jewell of prtascis now able to go driving I OAK HILL is the beautiful subdivision Orlando, FlorIdamttmuuitnnttntuunniuuunnuuHUUuuunuu,

a husband Daisy testified: la the park. I I to'the Northeast of the city andI ,

} .'Tat every evening before she got still have some choice lots there.

; ji he prepared supper. Disappearing. Pile'of-- .Coin..' .- Carl JensenWANTEDMan' _' _n _. ___
-'J.1'haf afteter. supper he helped with A number of coins are shown lying and wife to take

.tht dishes. on hand a plate, piled up,-taken In and the left the charge of place for one year on I : :: ,
rs r where they are seen
shares. Good and land suitableto
; Thitpe,never swore or even cus- grove
:; hand is closed over them. A handker
raise Write or call in
crops. per
led in his life. chief is thrown over the hand, and son. Mrs. S. M. Blanchard, Alta-

-That"he.. never told.a lie-to her. I when removed the coins have. disappeared monte Springs, Fla. -
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t '. That h$ kissed her fondly every I w.A.Slaughter. :
F,' time he got a chance. iSh "\\ a quantity of loose coins on a ROUEN DUCK,EGGS for sale. Apply A.D. I I I
and while so doing Box 705, City. WrightTHE
plate., Pile them up
That he her $5 week pin
gave a
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palm a
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money., left hand. Pretend to pass loose coins I WANTED-Clean Cotton Rags the SLAUTER f {

t !Now isn't that enough make any to the left band, palming and dropping' Sentinel Office. Special

'old husband mad, .There's that woman them,in a box of bran, so that they |
: who ought to'be tickled: +to death at will sink slowly and without noise. THE MOST COMPLETE and perfectly Ii
made line of Boys Washable Foundry and
.. getting so nice a hobby.just separating Borrow a handkerchief show the Suits south of Jacksonville. Ages 3 Orlando
herself from fellow who dummy, grasp the handkerchief by the ,
a ought to 10. Newest models and patterns.If I
have hall center of one side and then spread it not under New York prices you'll and
to_ his mug in the of fame! '
out over the left band and while so not be urged to buy. Let me show Chattanooga
If :'Lige would Shave gone home at doing throw the dummy Into the right you. J. C. Anno, The Boys Clothier, i

night and, swiped her a few swipes the handkerchief' hiding its_ flight. Orlando. 2-18-13-4t ;

for. luck.,. gone, in and smoked up the ;Pick up the wand. In the act of which :
t parlor.- curtains', and' thrown tobacco drop the dummy on the table touch A. good carpenterwants work.Screen i
ufthe'house the handkerchief with It, place It under work ,a'/specialty. General I
b!> after Daisy had swept
repair work done with neatness and '
;, and-- done a fair sample, of scientific your arm and draw off the.band- dispatch. Give me a trial. Leave or-
kerchief and show It and the hand
lying I'm betting, raincheck to the ders at. SentinelFURNISHED
a
?mpty. ****' 'rr*-'""f**' .,.
f Airdome he couldn't have driven her ;,;.. ---- 'It ft Oriental I
ROOMS to rent-Apply
away with a club and a stick of dy- Life'Lengths of Lowly'' hings. 416 N. Orange Ave. \

namite. It has Just been computed that the

Some men really don't seem to care flay fly lives 24 hours, the May fly 6 Go to Pope & Cox's Lunch Counter Latest Designs

how nice' they treat their running- weeks, the butterfly two month*, the' No 1 E. Pine St. for something goodto terns in i I
the cricket and the bee"a year
ant Expert,
mates and to for 'I
Daisy seems yearn eat 12t
and sbl'El'lti 10 L
each, the, hare to years. Ladies and
who'll make her
dodge-
someone the ,
the wolf 12 to 15 yeah canary ;
Palm Beach County. bird 15 to 20 years and the nightingale LOST-!-Somewhere no Court street, Progress :
12 a small chain purse with some White Folks
K.* t years. 15 to 25 cattle small change. Return to Miss Hope I
WINTER PARK: The dog lives years Starbuck and receive reward. Cor. Church
", i" years, the horse 25 to 30 years the
Winter Park Feb. 24,The municipal IJ'I
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+-agle 30 years the stag 35 to 40 years. I 1
election was held two weeks agobut !heron, lion and.bear 50 years each the I WANTED Clean Cotton. Rags the,

they failed to choose a turtle.
mayor? raven SO years elephant parrot. Sentinel Office. SIGN P
there being a tie between. Dr. C. E. ;)!ike and carp 1X yean each. Jack Preston

Coffin and Mr. W. C. Temple. So it The Ivy outlives, 200. years, the elm HOUSE for sale on
HAVE A NEW
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will be necessary to hold a seconds :UJO to 3TiO years, the linden 500 to t.(WK't'ars. >) ,Hillcrest Ave. near Magnolia. This sign on short
the loonst tree and the oak 4'I. No. 10 Washington,
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election upon March 11 to decide who .is a section of city
rears and the tfr 700 to 1..'.00 years. building up.with fine homes and is one
shall head the city for the ensuing .
of the best locations in Orlando.House

year.. Why We Can SeeSmoke. :has,eight rooms and bath, and .
A tea for covered porch in C C S C
very pleasant was given Smoke is in>t wiiujwsed'uf gases only six large closets,
the benefit'of the excellent, public' ii- i rear. Sidewalk'on street and to rear .
lit of so'.id: tit pt>rhHj's partly liquid I fixtures'throughout t
.Electric
3 brary. Mrs. E. H. Brewer and Mrs. urtielesuUu are mixed with the door.Street clayed. Lot 72 x 150. Will TEN PER

Hugh T. Reed were the hostesses. I ,aces and carried along by them. It sell on accommodating terms. Call S On

This was an informal affair and was 1! .s these particles of matter that arerisible for key at 601 Magnolia avenue, S WAISTS,

'greatly enjoyed. to.the eye and .not: the gasesihemselve Chauncey Holt .IALS, LACES,
Nicholas..
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Several supers have been gotten up IES,
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I for the benefit of the local churches I IL 1i ---ill- S
x Winter Quarters.Wbere'i .
and were quite successful i
the crawling caterpillar? :
'Winter Park people have been much Sound asleep in hi* cocoon. RYRRYfHlinl I Ready-to-Wear

interested in the 'Balkan war. Rev. Where the bee to bright and busy I
Dreaming,In the hive of June.
Dr. Barnum, who has been a missionary Where's the snail and Where's the turtle? --1NFEED- j I. HISSES. I

in Turkey for 'forty-five" years, Safely buried the woodchuck In the If'OuD4.'Where's Where's. the I I ye' .

delivered, an instructive address at rabbit? I Orlando,

the Congregational church Sunday before In their burrows they are found I I'
Where's the thrush and Where's the robIn .
last upon his experiencs there, ? ,'. ",

fe .and Dr.. R. A. Carnine ,spoke in the singing 'neath the southern sky -FORm
r ' Where's the bear and Where's the squirrel : :
Methodist church a night later upon, !

,'Religious Wars,In;Turkey:; In their hollow tree they lie LJ
Girls ,,\ Where's the ant that careful worker? -
The Glee club of Rollins college { STOCK : r.
In her underground abode.
last: week sang MaryoV:cantata, Where's the eighty-eyed spinning spider?,.i

Indian, ,Summer,- Miss Annie.:McFar- In a crevice snugly stowed. :
Where's the bat that ranged tt midnight? 1 ._
lane, ,of Tampa. 'sang the solos veryacceptably. He la In his.winter's sleep- -
R' : .In his cay; he hangs bead downward. LAUBACH Mane, Pea ee,;''. re ,
? And he never take a peep.Theee Souvenir and Curb ;
srV. The Fortnightly dub will meet this I and many other creatures Fsiiu tit 5eilp (QHaolo:: Stationery,-r Store

i OCi : evening at the home of Mrs.,Webster.' ,Hide or drowse the winter through.' The Grain... Man.
when has awakened .. \ . . .. .,
t tre.ted's But spring once Ptrt tEa ; ".. -- -- -
The subject to be to be the ".
They. are up and stirring toe. SwdiStrMt':? *: .: .. :.. ).:war. 'cn.CltlD-. <<: ..
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t :'!fit second. .- onvefltlon'of. . : 'the. Feder. : .
% '_'at't' "Good Roads Congress will be '<
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a, held In:Washington, 'D. (X, .on March j C IVED. .'.>, t .' ..
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|S' .6.toad, 7th,:next, under. ,the auspices ."f.f" 'h'.t. .
; t "'she' American 'Automobile Asso- : : THE MARKET' 'I":
:
.. OP QUALITY
j' vTh gathering'will be I a, most' : important .
Y_ : 'one since its aim is to secure
My Spring t line. of Men and
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Federal aid: in :the constructing of acwasprehensive ,
systemt ofv roads Boys Straw Hats in all the

stretching:The idea clear of enUstiag'the"aid aCross the. continent., of, thegovernment newest.shapes. Nice line of

in-the, building of public Panamas for $5. My spring I
.highways, was. born last 'January at ': YOUR EAR
. the, initial convention of 'Congress, Trouser line is ,now completein

and; it was. so cordially received at all new shades.
that;time! by members of Congress
and,'high government officials that ;it !
is'.expected that,within a short time
, the .government will be contributing ENABLED US TO MAKE GREAT
t its "share to the construction of state IN ORLANDO
= Clark Mertson
and.'national highways., .
The attitude of congress towards
this'project was reflected ,in the appointment

of a,joint committee from Successor. Jerome..Palmer & Co. MARKET
,the senate and house to'look into the ,
matter. The committee of which
: Senator Jonathan Bourne is the chairman 0
was given $25, ()O to help in fc THE ABSOLUTELY SANITARY
carrying on its investigations. iiiMi ,GOVERN OUR HAUDLING OF
On the night of the 6th there will :
) be: an open meeting held under the : LET "JIM" DO IT
joint auspices of The National Grange I and
the Chamber of Commerce of the : Game

United States, and the American Au. : If you have property to sell
Senator Bourne I
tomobild Association.
has been invited, ,to preside over this :I Let Jim do it. Accurate Service
l,
meeting. I
y This will perhaps,.be the most interesting : If you want to
: ,the convention.I I buyLet
session. of
.One of the features will be an illustrated : Jim do it. : AND RAPID-MEANS: YOUR .
'
address by Thomas J.. Tynan,;: WHEN YOU WANT THEM
warden of the. Colorado state penit n- I City and Country Properties, Farm
! tiary. Mr. has built more : '
Tynan.
Lands Groves and Tracts
loads with convict labor than any List of Specialties'
other man in'the'United States. And LOOK AT THESE BARGAINS
one1 of the interesting facts about Twenty acres, 10 acres of which is in bearing orange
Warden Tynan is'that he has inaugurated grove, and balance of 10 acres in timber land, five-room CHOICE GRAIN FED'POULTRY
the honor system among his cottage, located three miles from city, price 300000. '' CHOICE DUCKS AND GOSLINGS
prison laborers. They work on the Twenty-five acres, 10 acres of bearing grove, 600 FRESH FISH
public highway in citizen's clothes trees, five-room house and barn, located on lake front: I -' -
and without any guards over them. four miles from city! price $4,000,00, I ;

i :The National Grange will have a Thirty acres, 15 acres in grove, 1000 trees, 15 acres .
;' spokesman in the person of C.S. Stetson of fine farm and vegetable land located on lake front, I .
; of Maine. Mr. Stetson is the four and half miles from city, price 500000. t Market
chairman of the executive committeeof Forty acres"of virgin pine timber land of fine fruit and I .
the Grange and.is 'one,of.the' 'mostimportant vegetable land fronting on Lake Conway, four miles from
figures in the country identified : city, price $2,000.00.Twenty I
with, the road building movement acres of lake front land near city suitable forsuMiyisfon :
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Mr. Stetson has devoted much Price $3,800.00. I

b0ris time ,to the consideration .ofeou$1. ,Forty-five acres,-five acres in bearing orange grove, : SELF & CO.
-roads and it.isexpected that small house and barn, located at Conway, five miles from -
ie will .talk,along the, lines' of 'rural city, price 150000. : i
1, iigWay 1 tamstruction Five acres with cottage near city, price $1,500.00 :; : ;; ._-.__ PHONE NO. 80 "

;; :: ieNational., Chamber Congress Three and one-half acres with twelve-room house located :
more"than likely .be representedpresident ,, near city, price $1,500.00., p I
QJt ,, Harry A,- Wheeler, ,, Twenty acres with bearing of I r"r'J
300 trees
. > *JTL_ grove small __ ._ .
Mii. "to'. ",1__ __1... .J .4- house.and barnpri OO.OO" 'Uo c ." ,, --: ,.,,v '. 0 t
avery' able addressor. the. relationof I'D I .: I'
\, the* Chamber Congress to Good I IEtltntMIMMlVlllllllllliii. \All IF'ORB" ; OFSTOREVORANGE'AVENUE : MINIM " "

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.#! The position of the American Automobile -0. llifrl i
Association in respect of Federal I '
aid in road building was set forth .
in'a recent interview by chairman
Geoje C. .Deihl, of the good roads &TRUT COMPANY
board of the A. A. A. Mr. Diehl,said: TllENE CASHSTORECor.

Pf< "There are certain, main roads in
leading to county
'community
jr every
I, rears and very populous:centers, the Profits S120O G.OO.
cost of which it would be subject to South and Hughey Sts. Resources over Tbree-parfers of a MlHion. Y
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tax upon townships, for the useful-
ness.- of these roads under the new WE BUY FOR CASH AND SELL FOR CASH. WE : Report of the Condition of Orlando
conditions includes the' county as aImole. KEEP OUR EXPENSES DOWN AND CONSE , ., Bank
Consequently ,each township QUENTLY CAN KEEP OUR PRICES DOWN ; and' Trust Co Condensed
I and each property owner; should only I From Report to Comptroll
pay his'proper share in the improve- Our Prone No. is er Feb. 4,1913RESOURCES
ment of this class of highways. The '

I r wider area of travel makes necessary And an Order 'will Iave Prompt Attention, and will be Loans and Discounts .....$393,161.05Overdarfta

[V, the opening of improved highways be- Deliveredfto Any Part of the City.D. .............. 19X63
heeD county, seats leading to popu. Stocks and Bonds ....... 26,018.33 a
lous centers; and important marketing B. RAYBON, Proprietor ORLANDO, FLA. 4 Real Estate, Furniture and

points.<<. ? Fixtures ... ......... 25,853.44 f
"The relation which exists be- '
same Cash on hand and in Banks 215,084.83
tween town and county and between -,_._,;., J
the county and state, in the improve- $660,311.18JjABIIJTlES
ment of certain classes of. highways
between each state and E
should Federal exist Government Highways InsuranceBest Capital Stock ..........$100,000.00
. jt ie Surplus and Undivided
those lead-
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interstate character
bf an of State toJkbe Profits ... ........... 22,832.33
ing'from the'capital one trunk Deposits ... ............ 537,418.85
_. capital of another, those Companies ..
lines leading to great centers of population -
'; to' points of public interest; to Lowest Rates 660311.18

popular resorts; in fact any. highway We invite the attention of'our cus.
and major portion of the mileage of Honest Losses Promptly tomers and friends to our statement
travel over which originates outside above and wish to assure them that
1
:; :of' the state; should properly be con- Adjusted and Paid we appreciate their patronage and
S" jtructed at the, expense of the Fed- I ask for a continuance of same
'10ral Government Don't forget that our deposits are V

; A.telegram.received late yesterday S. 7 Way 'I insured.A cordial. invitation is extended to 1 ,
S.Hanna postmaster visitors
afternoon by Roy in. oar city to call and open
here, brought the good news that << lepssihry.' an.account with u*. Y
the public build-
At House had passed Phone 172. 23 South Orange Ave. .J
5, :lags appropriation bill, containing a -o .
: -provision allowing StPetersburg $25-

t 660 additional for postoffice building i
,here ,This' is believed to assure' St ,

: Petersburg the full'$80,000 asked for. UNDERTAKER ARMSTRONGThe ITS ANYTHING IN J..B. McKAY,
,
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;. The firs t appropriation fqrj53too CONTRACTOR AND
little in view of the. needs for theOeO ARTISTIC PICTURE FRAMER Orlando DRUGS PHONE BUILDER.
', but,'this amount was considered ; Superintend All Work
building- and an additional $25,000 was PIr e 'STREGTMIHMllllliiiiMMMII : i & DRUG JCOWANY Prices That.Are an .
;. as necessary. The fight was 1ad1Ce1le1t.
??, V'in the:committee. This comm -- I AH Work Guaranteed.

i tee made its report giving St Pet- 'h_ u __ I-I -
additionat'appropriatiou, 1
iert burg the : ; SEE SLAUTER'S NEW, II ;
.ad..the,bill was-passed.-S_ Petersburg SANITARY 1; : FRANK HYJj-B'8-: : QUICK DELIVERY. When .
t } you get through reading the
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; pendent. 41. 'I Manufacturer of.AHlidil i'i Sentinel
; SOIL PIPE 'CONNECTIONAbsolutely witldns. Biulding. mail it to some friend or '
: | ,Stone, Fancy CokauM and: ; : : > acquaintance at"a' distance. Very of. Q '-
tBehraihe;fw the:Swday, Sentinel. \ 1 Ornamental. Work : Phone 678. ten this brings a new settler. 3:
Tea.eerts a'week delivered.Patroniie Sanitary. and' used, hfersoe St.at. :Raflread .r -

1 by all good :plumbersMIMIIMIMMIIIHIMII: , : : llllllII.. IIIII Sabscribe.for' r'the Sentinel tow il .
Seatiael'advertiser.l & t f e for the Sentinel the time' need -
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.A TOURIST PRESIDENTIn
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-: ':SOCIETY: : NOTES less than ten days President Taft .

will
'retire from public life, 'and noPresident .

since the beginning of this '.. , (. .
IfttajM.tieresttiWMMinUPBONB ;"" : '.'-< ... : :. ;
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government has traveled so extensively

and been away from the, White

', NUMB1IS-80CIBTT EDITOR :'House 'as many days during his term :, '. .
'
Ofte.Nuktr M KttUtK NuWr. Ul of office as Mr. Taft : ::". . '
r The Roosevelt Administration broke
8PIOAL: -Nodes for. the Social ud Woman' Department can bt .- .
niiMiilMtii I :to. the Society Editor by either;of,'the abort telephone*. MiQirrita all records for talking. Mr. Roose- .' 4

MtleM to the'-'Society:Editor care SentineL Notice of social fractions velt uttered millions of words, on .......
f .-cfa* .iHthip_cbucb tfcerinf .aad other. lieu of social interest iboold bttilgWrf every conceivable subject, and had
to tkk departneat at MOB at'they occur, in order that their newt. .
a,bully time.
"nIu.W sot_Impaired.SUFFRAGETTES ..
The Administration,has brokenall I .:;

1 S records for travelling. In four 'iii.: PANAMA CANAL ; '

# years Mr. Taft has traveled nearly
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# four times the distance around the '
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ORGANIZEr DAILY SENTINEL HAS FRIENDSIN : '
A k ALTAMONTE SPRINGS world. But for the tradition that the EXPOSITIONPOSTAGE '

,Th equal. franchise league met at President shall not leave the United .,.. ,
Altamonte Spring, Feb.' 25.Thenew ''
'. .the.home. 'of Mrs.'Jesse M.'Thayer, on States, he might have done better. ,
,morning daily Sentinel has
lake, Cherokee, .yesterday and perfected certainly Now it is to be hoped that we shall : ;
made good, which was expected STAMPScan :
.
have an administration that will break
an organization by electing the 'j- .
d when undertaken by such men as Mr. ,
the record for
following officers: governmental reform-
I Shumann as editor and the veteran
Mrs., J. '.(X Patterson, President, Josiah Ferris general not'an Administration notable for .
Mrs..' Jesse M. Thayer first vice-pres: as manager. words, or an Administration that goes ,
Both men are too well known to : io
ident; Mrs. Beardall, recording secretary on wheels, but one that will be known "
need further (,. be secured later
comment Especially Mr. ,' ; on
: ; Mrs:: ,F. A. Curtis, treasurer by its works. .'..' '. -- .
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the
Ferris who has served the most of ..t ; at Post Office but at" .:
:)d .. Victor' Stabuck <
corresponding his life in the 'in o present they only be "
I newspaper business :,:. .. can ;
secretary. :
r Orlando and has the endorsement of NOTICEThe -" : ,; secured at theH' ',
.A committee on constitution 'was I . ,
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such \
men as,Mahlon Gore, the veter. "
appointed consisting of Mrs.. TopliiT, 1 I
an newspaper publisher in Orange Sentinel's Agitation for a Band
Mr&'Clum, and Mrs. Victor Starbuck.
county, and every business and professional Bears Fruit
These ladies who'are thus banded
man in the charming city of All persons interested in the matterof :
'
together for the promulgation of principles Orlando. Both.gentlemen are breezy, reorganizing the band and all
per.
,in which,they feel a'deep interest I[ pmPlS[ NATIONAL l lII BANK
are among the best women'of Orlando news gatherers and boosters of Or- sons who can play a band instrument

.h lando, Orange county. and the State of are requested to meet at the Armoryon ,
and, bye'only the welfare of
Floida at adhere afternoon three o'clock
large. They strictlyto Sunday at ,
the home, the good government, and facts in ''their clean and newsy sharp.It TIle U,. -IIIe.IIaI1e Bart" (
the larger interests of at
woman sheet and .should ,receive encourage- is our desire to organize a band
heart.. They are zealous workers and
ment, and support of every citizen in that will do credit to the city of Orlando where
.have faith in.their.cause and no douot
p the county of grand old Orange. and commend its self to the
will,.as .the manynew::days. go recruits.by bring. intotbeir.ranks The pen is said to be mightier than support of the people. We desire that ills a pkasire to serve your every requirement

the sword and in booming the countywe any person who can play meet withus
'> 'Whether men_ with them' or
agree might add the shotgun in connection and it matters not whether you
not ,the of,their motives must
S purity with the sword, as evidenced by have ever played with the Orlando
be acknowledged..
k the success of the Orange county Fair band before, we want your help now

last week, which has never been equaled that we may have a large membershipso
,
'THE BIRD PROTECTION BILL
by*any county in the state and,the don't be bashful but come right ;.
'
> half has not been told. along.
A month the Senate unanimously
ago Orange county can never be relegated H. A. NEWELL, .
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passed a bill' providing interstate to the rear, or even the second JOSIAH FERRIS.iMIIIMMIIIHIItlllHIj.
'protection for migratory birds. So
place, with the live wire news paper
dearly commendable is this
measure
men, and her progressive citizens to
that it will undoubtedly receive the
hold her in the front rank, where she t
c ,section:of the House, if'it is put on
stands. The traction
now proposed
p _ge.' ,But ,in the. crowded- closing railroad to pass through the county I Star Employment f'

days of the session the bill ,is ,
from Sanford to Kissimmee and beyond -

;, :likely to sidetracked, unless public which is now in the hands of the AgencyTell
sentiment is,brought:to,bear upon all ,
most progressive citizens in the county -

representatives,, in Congress. Every is an assured fact in the very near your troubles to Palmer. r 1
letter or message from a constituentto ,
future which will cause thousandsof He will get reliable help in any
will if,it is
his count
.Congressman ,
blades of where
to onlyone
grass grow
,promptly sent line of employment
before.
The need of more adequate protection grew Phone 105
N. H. FOGG.
for game and ,insectivorous birds s
f is matter that vitally concerns 'the IHIilMiiliMMIIMHMIHilMMMMtMIIIIHMHIl CROflS CllO
a 1
r' Mr. A. C. Knox, brother of the Sectary
interests of the entire
practical coun
of State, Philander Knox, spent
The of these birds,
slaughter
try.':
yesturday in Orlando. He is a guestof
the of migration
particularly during season
the New Seminole at Winter Park.
has become almost incalcul
Mr. Knox will come down today to
F 'able. ,Unless an effective check is pro. i CARTER'SNEW
: participate in the meeting of the
'vided the time will when
soon come
State Golfers Association, which will

'a and thre.comparatively will be few game few insect-destroy birds for'food be organized in Orlando.Mr. i STOREIn Are' jamming and packing our"store


ing birds for the protection of crops A. W. Oney, of Orangebury Highland Grove

,and orchard N.. Y. is the night clerk at the San now taking advantage of the
calamity New Fresh Stock 'of ,
Such a condition would be a, Juan Hotel, and has made many Staple

to.all the :people and ,especially friends in Orlando with the general Groceries. Our Expense is '

to those who are engaged in agricul' traveling public by his accommodating Low and our Prices Low. great Shoe Sacrifice as shown byTag x
'
;, tore. Birds are worth millions of dollars I manner. We Deliver to Any Part
: to American farms. It is a matter -1 of the City. A Telephone

s. of'record'that as their number has The following party from Ocala ar. Order to 325 will get ,the

T. decreased, ,the peril of devastating rived in Orlando last night.and are Goods. ,"-...',..., .tOIL


plan, therefore, to prevent the further days at the San Juan Hotel They are AND GASOLINE

r: 'destruction:and the ultimate extermi- Mr. and Mrs. R.. C. Camp, Mr. and DELIVERED AT

nation of.such birds should be of keen F. Drake, Stephen Jewett, Donald S. YOUR DOORELIJAH

interest to 'the farmer and also to Turtle and Phil Robinson.

-: every consumer.I MMIMIMMMMMMiniMMtlimiHItllMllliMH

(fe Messrs/. V. Boudrias and Mr.
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fi THE REAL SHYER and P, ,A.' Martell, of Montreal, are entire Stock of Shoes marked

1 r _, P. A. Martell, of Montreal, are in Orlando .

The old.lady from the country and from Montreal guests of the HAND
down to the Limit of Reduction for
her small son were driving to town San Juan Hotel. Fnaeral Director

when a huge motor-car bore down -
and EmbalmerHand
upon them. The horse was badly ;Three jew fish weighing respectively
frightened ,and began .to prance, Block, Pine St. Phone 35 QUICK STOCK REDUCTION
150,175 and 300 pounds were caughtat .
= whereupon the, old lady leaped 'down Boca Grande Tuesday.
:' and, waved wildly to the chauffeur, 11111111111111111111,11.Is. ,

screaming at the top of her,voice. I
The:chaufleur stopped the'car and I The stock must be reduced $ 10000.00 -

,offered to.help the horse past."That's "..

all right," said the boy. in two weeks. Our RED TAG '

who remained_composedly in the carriage .
YourSHOPPING
., ."1 cans manage the horse. You Tuesday '

just.lead mother past. SALE PRICES will meet that end. ,

.. DAY ? ....
THE LARGEST MAGAZINE IN. .
.
THE WORLD I .

rr Dont this reserved.
miss opportunity. Nothing
Today's Magazine'is the largest_ and J If, it is don't forget to include

best edited,magazine published at 50c t ti this have wide Shoes for everybody. Join: the crowd to-day for your
store as we a
s i per, year. Five cents per copy.at all ,

newsdealers. Every lady who ,ar and extensive assortment share, of the big Shoe values atE
predates a good magazine should send

for a free sample copy and premium We always make it a pointto

: catalog. Address, ,Today's Magazine
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\ Canton, Ohio. please the ladies. We buy G DUCKWORTH'SShoe

.
Thelecture, of Doctor Carolyn Geisel to' 'suit their tastes t .' .

to',the ,colored people, tonight, in the f
Mount Olive Church of Veach street, We have been in Orlando long enough toappreciatetheir ; '0 ..
Store .
Tomorrow night ;at,.8:30 jn the Or. .
tastes,and'wants, ,and buy accordingly., Theseare
lando Opera House to white people.Dr. .
Geisel'is;a.lecturer of great ability the real reasons why we always please.

and ,has 'a 'message that every .,

resident of.Orlando 'is interested in
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, and it should be heard by:all.the resi- r
*,dents.: : "1cQJLLOCWS(; PMTINT[ [ STORE[

,The:Civic League which, is doing .


tlf', '-tad much in ,Orkado it-;"to:U, improve-foe,brings- :Co to:.*sanitary Uw'pobKc.,-this- tIBP lecture conditions to' us. ' OPPOSITE POST OFFICE . : d SI'I.ri'' '1e III e .D Dj S 8eiI1 I l. :


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