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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 27, 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 )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1913.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 1, no. 269 (Dec. 20, 1913).
General Note: J.F. Schumann, editor.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 4 (Feb. 14, 1913).
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Related Items: South Florida sentinel
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:LATEST, :INFORMATION.' : 'REACHING ., VICE PRESIDENT OF STANDARDOIL DR. THACKER, AND THE FISHERSGO STATE DEPARTMENT' WASHES MANY ARRESTS HAVE BEEN NOW S IN ORLANDO TO LOOK INK

s ;; ,'TB06E N'fatiCH''WITfl: ,CO,OF NEW JERSEY:EXPIRED . TO TAMPA TO BEGIN A THEIR HANDS OF MATTER MADE AND THE RURALES | THE CITRUS INDUSTRY

: TEC: NEW' ,ADMIN1STRA.HON. AT PALM .BEACH. MEETING ON SUNDAY.Dr. .AND' '
> .. .. .' - PASS IT TO WILSON DISARMEDSpecial :i A number of the leading oraqp
., Special to.Tkt,Sentinel Thacker closed the evangelistic: Special 'to The SentinelWashington to The Sentinel, growers of Louisiana, arrived in':fcv '

Special. to The Sentinel. Jacksonville, Fla, Feb. 26.By services which have been progress at Feb. 2?.-(Special.)- Mexico City, Feb.. 27.-Military; lando last evening over the Athutie
; :Washington' ,, ,D. ,C., r'-,Feb., 26.-Thpeneanerof e private,, information, it was learned the First Presbyterian Church, last' There' were no developments in the authorities have discovered a plot involving Coast Line for the purpose of inve -f 4
cabinet of President; 'this morning that James A. Moffatt, night, with one of the strongest sermons Mexican situation today. So far this the fifty sixth corps of rurales gating the orange industry in FUriM
Wilson aa'partWly: 'made;known last: vice president' the Standard Oil of he has preached.* He offered to government is concerned: headquarters Peral-Villo. Many important -t and as a natural consequence came tit

night:,by information: reaching. Con. New' Jerseydied this morning, after the people for a living of religion that First-Stimson announced troops documents which were sent by ( this county it being the' largest fist,
',greasio&al quarters,"'stood today prac-. a short illness. would glory God and uplift man. The which had been ordered to Galvestonwill General Sanchez Azecona from Pueblo I I producing county in the state.
ti a11i unchanged,.namely. ;' Mr. :Moffat's. body will be taken speaker was most keen in differentiating completely equipped'and ready were found together with draftson i In the party were: J. B. Feasts}:
''Secretary of State,;William J.Bryan home in his private car, leaving Palm between. what men interpret the for instant service. 'No adequate ar- banks. Many arrests have been J|ling of Buras; A. C. Commander x
of Nebraska., 'I Beach tonight and reaching here to letter of the law to, mean, and the rangements, however,nave,bee'n made made and the rurales have been dis Boothville; John Myers, New Orieaa;

Secretary, of the, TreasurY William '0 ,morrow, .where it will be attached to spiritual, teaching of the law. Hhe for transports which will be necessaryto armed. i and R. S. Moore, of Riverside |tI
e G.McAdoo'of; : New York. I S.:A. L., train No. 86, and taken to showed that there, should be a corres- take them to the front in the event In 'an interview today, De la Barra A representative of the Senfbei

'-Secretary, of' the. 'Navy, Josephus: New York. pondence between the desires of men of emergency demand for them said he had received a telegram from,I met Mr. Feasterling, one of the paI -

I' .Daniels,:of North Carolina. I Mr. Moffatt, who was a ,constant'visitor and the opportunity for gratifyingthose Second-State department refusesto Pascual Orozco, rebel leader in the tlemen of the party last evening is

Postmaster' General,' ,Sidney. Bur-'[ to Florida?and had ,a'hand- desires, but that no man has a take* any action whatever as to the north ratifying the recognition of,the I company with Mr. S. J. Sligh sa&
)f eaonof'Texas. '[some'home .near Palm Beach, was ac right to desire that which is not for result of the murder of Emilio Ma- Huerta government and stating that I found him to be an entertaining ga-

Some published' reports, including. ,companied his wife, his daughter, the glory of God. dero, :the third as Madero was killed there would be no further difficulties, r tleman and very much interested IE
; The 'name t Chancellor.E..R. Walker,,, Miss Helen, and ,his sister, Mrs. ,Mary He urged the people to great loyalty since the beginning of Mexican reignof with the rebels in the north. ;, the way oranges are prepared Jiff

\of New;,Jersey, as 'Attorney General.. ',, ,A. Rathbone, of Parkersburg, W. Va., to their respective churches and terror. The Huerta government is pursu-I market by washing and brightening, '
were not:confirmed. who have been spending the. winter besought those who had signified their Third-Both state and war depart- ing a vigorous campaign against He was also in search of informatis

The information on which\ the four',:with him in the South. intention of putting letters in'the ,ments' have apprised Wilson of what Zapatitas, who, yesterday massacred that will enable them to combat if
portfolios ''were, definitely :designated" ,James A. Moffatt, who was born in churches,.of their denomination to doS has been done and both have practically forty persons and inflicted diabolical white fly, which are working grMr

x .was. ,a', poitive .character, :but' it, did. Parkersburg W. Va., was about 62 () at once. determined to wash their handsof outrages on women and girls and tor- damage to the orange industry of &
; not, include the name ,of Chancellor"' years old.'He,began life in the Standard He showed the unreasonableness of the matter and pass their responsi- tured old persons in Ozumba.As i state doing harm to both trees aaE

6 r Walker." The inclusion of his name in, Oil offices at Parkersburg, and people keeping their membership out bilities, along to the Wilson adminis-. soon as the news of the out- fruit
,some of the'lists'made public is based rose through various positions to be of the church and their quarreling because ,- tration. rages were received, General Huerta When asked his opinion of the phi
:upon eonjecture'ind is:not.in accord next to head of the great corporation, the church people did not seem Fourth-recognition of Huerta's despatched artilery and three battal of washing by machines now in d
.with ,the;'latest information reaching:. ,succeeding' H. H. Rogers. He lived in more cordial. If people don't identify government has been left to Wilson, ions of infantry to the scene. in practically all of the large paek r
thosem_ dose communication with the Chicago ,several years and his offices themselves with the church it is not to get out of complicated problems When quiet had been restored at houses in Florida, he replied, that fe r
,stew administration.:Their.advices are" are now in New York. He leaves a just as reasonable for the church to arising from the present situation. i Ozumba the soldiers will go to Amexa had visited several of the packiig-
i?>% 'to. 'the effect 'that \while 'Chancellortt widow and, two 'sons,,James and Geo. think that those people who do'not Meanwhile Huerta regime is recog- and Tehuantepec, where Zapatitas houses in this city and has seen _

'Walker,was considered, circumstances and a daughter. Miss Helen. His widow want the church to be insistant about nized as existing government and will have recently burned several towns in operation and was not very fava .-

;' arose"which ire likely to,:eliminate. him, was Miss :Katherine Jackson, them, as it is for them to, think the be treated as such. and outraged women. ably impressed' with machine wasting
f hoT. ''from:,,the ):-:" :: daughter .Judge James Monroe church is indifferent! It was announced today that nearly Serious mutines and uprisings are but would investigate further. I

,: ;The: elimination ,of: Representative Jackson, one of the leading jurists of These services have done lasting::I all of the ten thousand troups orderedto feared in the state of Hidalgo against The party will spend today wdL
>z 4A..:Mitchell;Paaier,:of;Pennsylvania. ,.Virginia before: the war. He was a good. .to this city. They have been Galveston' have or will arrive to Governor Miguel Laref, and the districts Mr. 0. W. Conner, of ,the Tinge*
.:a ad,-Robert:\SL. ',Henry.;:of. ,Texas, as son,-of Dr.. George Moffatt of Parks- conducted in such a way as to create morrow afternoon. It is clearly understood I of Jacala and ,Metcalopgo are Nurseries, in the Ocklawaha 'sectial f
: /cabinet' possibilities .also' /becamekfeiteJy ,burg. reverence for the evangelistic endeavor that they will be held there to reported in open revolution and thus and will return to the San Juan

( established daring conferences -,. ,' i of the church to reach the await'the directions of President Wil- far refuse to recognize the Huerta to spend the night HOj

g& $; at. the, .:capital: 'early- 'today.. GEN.:, VELASCO DOUBTED.. 'i J multitudes by special efforts of this son.The gevernment. Tomorrow they will be
'. ' t ,I --- nature: No appeal has been .to the contention of the department among the groves in this vicinityMr. 'r

'f A'ASSOCIATION-- . WJSINBSB, :JJETSy .Special' to The' Sentineljporis 'I'1J'i ,I motions, as such, at,a single service. that lack of money prevents securing GOLF MEET S. J. Sligh and the Sentinel, hoper
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...... "f' _'> ''f ."'>"NG7't. ..., ' Y ira' .Cruz z,.;t lexjCQ. .....F-.",eb'2 .ewe.-..Thte r Word ,has been preached with transports, is disputed by manyauthorities .to have another audience with tb.
J. ;.Vir.1'11{, _, 'Jt : j< il involving_ ,the sincerity ':of\expressions .r power and it has'teen relied onurider here who assert, in'event' Great Interest...Manifested*" by.. the gentlemen and will endeavor 'to'-:gin

'J' The Executive r 'Board ,of' the'..Orlando ,, of loyalty made to the new:'f the. influence of, the Spirit, to 'produce of possible war, the department is Players its readers their conclusions wiL.
a 'Business.Men's'Association"met' administration by Gen., Velasco, mil I conviction of sin and vim for authorized to spend all the money Qualifiers of yesterday in 18 hole reference to these"matters. '

\; Jn the Council:Chamber Tuesday night itary ,commander of Vera Cruz, were duty.Mr. necessary. What prevents this actionin stretch. First string.J. They are also looking for an. 'etf '..

.Feb. 25th, .1913,I,and transacted such sent to Provisional President Huerta I' and Mrs. Fisher have sung the opinion of these commentatorsis F. Clark, 87. L. H. Gedge 82 -, tive destroyer of, white fly. -
'rimaining"busineu, as'.to perfect.,the today. ,The charges are expected to result i their way into the hearts of the people fear on the part of Stimson that he D. Wallace, 82. H. T. Lattner, 83 The Sentinel called their attention

: organization.. ,The Executive Board, in the immediate change,in the and their singing and playing, has will incur'disapproval of incoming L Deliver, 86. J. W. Stagg, 86. to the fact that Orlando manufacture*

f now consists: of the following members military command,here I: been a mighty inspiration. ministration and that inasmuch as !E. C. Booth, 87. C. H. Knight, 88. an effective' white fly remedy, and the

t : H.:H., Dickon, chairman; J. S.t It is anticipated! that Col. Jose Diaz': Many new hymns that will linger Wilson'will be responsible the present G. W. Porter, 89, Jacob Dick, 89. ,will probably investigate it
Ordaz ,who 'was an adherent of Felix I' in the of the people from administration is morally bound to inactivity Schnarr's insecticide has Brought
'.Rowland;;'F. G. ,Rush, L. L Payne, V. ? i *memory F. Drake, 90! J. H. Wible, 90. gooi!
i Diaz at the time of his first revolt them in these'serv results when
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P W.,, Estes, ,Dr: A. B. Whitman S. G. I havingheard sung G. H. Robinson, 90. R. C. Camp, 90. properly used ,,'t""
Dolive, 'J; 'W.. Douglass, H. M. Self,: here; will be named as successor to ices., Geo. Wright, 92. A. L Johnson, 92. '- .
<) Gen. Velasco who will be transferred wishes well for Dr.
: Orlando right
.Howell E. G.
tDr. J.C.lowen.'H..G OPPOSING BRANDE'S APPOINTMENT All qualify from Orlando exceptMr JUDGE CHENEY COMPLIMENTED '
t? tDuekworthC.; P. Dowe,,a H.''Robert
.ison: H. T, & Waters Howe,t F Special to The Sentinel, Mr. Drake,' Mr. Robinson and Mr. The decision of the United Stat
is , Pierce and Geo.J MEXICO COUNTS CASH., Trenton N. J. Feb. 27. If there is t
1 Alfred Bumby,- E. S. CARL JANSEN'S FEBRUARY Camp, of Ocala. Supreme Court, upholding the constitutionality .
,. ,.,E.'Nolad.s SentineL PEACH any doubt %about. the appointment to The following professional' golfersare of the white slave Iatfr
.The: Board designated J. Special to The ,la in the cabinet ofBrande it
j Executive position in Orlando at this time and will was learned here with much sato-
.S. Rowland, Chas.:Lartigue,,and J. H.. Mexico'from City,Mexico, Feb.of 26.The Ernesto Madero departure Mr Carl Jansen, the progressive 1 is removed today when formal.protestwas match up in the play out of today: faction, not only because it: is a vin&cation :

f'1,. Pollitt-as a'committee. to interview" an"former minister of finance followed farmer and hustling real estate agent, made against his 'selection, by M., Bell, H. Cowie, J. Duncan. of a most important and si-
: attorney is accepting the ,secretary was Thomas P.Riley, of Boston, chairmanof 'a crowd of
Yesterday large
.i., i l urried has become an expert in fruit Culture spectaItors utary statute, but because of its loci
: -ship, and Attorney V', S. Starback of.immediately the cash :in by the a counting 'and is endeavoring to propagatea Massachussetts, democratic state who showed great interest in I application, in sustaining, the halt

,:was' selected, and has accepted J The result. showed government balance peach that will ripen in February.He committee, and Humphrey- O'Sullivan, the contest work of the officials ,of the Uniial
treasury. a
-' y i the position.. 'I however has been experimenting several of Lowell.It Today promises a fully gallery and States District Court in prosecathj
<< .. Orlando is:in'need. of work of, this of $92,000. This amount, years and this season has demonstrated s reported that Mr. Wilson told the cup will not be won without the and bringing to proper punishmeA. .
e i kind and every,business ,and professional .y does not represent all immediate available that it can be done. He now them that he regarded the cabinet as presence of fair lady and strong man the first local violators of that law. ;

) man is ,invited to give it his ',resources there of the new adminis- I has a' few well matured and ripened a family affair and propsed to appoint in great numbers. The result of the appeal is a gre&
; tration various depositsin
co-operation. Much good can,be done as are I I peaches on his home place south of whom-so-ever he pleased. Those qualifying in the first flight compliment to Hon. J. M. Cheney, no*
local which
both and banks
by" the, business men ;who boost for be' drawn foreign the I the' city and brought one to this office Brande, it understood, is on Wil and eligible, to play for thechampion Judge of the court in which he prosecuted
Orlando., can on by government yesterday that is as nicely flavoredas son's list for Secretary of Commerce cup will be paired todayas'follows: these men as :District Attonnj::;

connection .with ,the Association. a peach can be in June. Mr. Jan- and Labor. H. L. Lattner and c., I. KnightDr. Judge Cheney, in the latter capacity
;, it is the object to furnish the meml-eN. GERMAN AVIATOR KILLED: son will pursue his experiments further The remainder of the cabinet,posi- J. H. Wible and, L :Dolive worked especially hard on these casa

r :with a rating.book similar.to Dunn,orBradetreet and hopes to make February tions have been practically decided 'J. F. Clark and Dr.. ::'Jno."W. StaggL and, as they were the first ofthe kid .
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J for the entire. ..population,: Special to Th SentinelMuelhausenGermany peaches in large quantities an accom- upon and Wilson is now receiving acceptances H. ,Gedge and F. ,Drake, to be brought before a Florida courts =F
' so ,that' 'when,'a :customer asks for Feb.. 28.-A factORIENTAL, or, declinations as the case R. a: Camp and G. K. RobinsonG. the task was a difficult one.
credit all the merchant has to do.is'to: German military aviator, Sergt ,Hel- plished maybe.W. W. Porter and A. L JohnsonE. It is significant and speaks further ;

,refer to book and get the standing,of, fersnider, was killed and his companion J. Bryan has already 'accepted C. Booth and J. DickD. I commendation for ,Judge Cheney's el.
:any,person. Lieut linke, seriously injured RUG SALE, OVERMuch the secretary: of statemenship..' Wallace and.G.:'W.Wright' ficient work, that since the conv>>- y
here today. Their. aeroplane fell while _I Vice-President-Elect: Marshall and .
The second
flight are: *
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men DC
I I they were flying around the military interest has been taken in the wife will arrive here tomorrow. Mrs: .
; "OPENINGS" HELD YESTERDAY R.. P._Johnson, E.;L. EustisC. ben another case of the sort in tk
1- aerodome. Helfersnider: took one 'of i beautiful Oriental, rugs, which have Marshall is to meet Wilson at the C. 'Camp, : ..C. ,Knbx State of Florida. The oC a
spectacle
x Attractive Spring Millinery Displays I the turns too sharply, and the machine been on sale at Yowell's for the past state-house.'and it'is thonghtthatthe ,T. ltWilliams, N.PeYowell;:: these offenders going to a fedez
'. By, the Dealers i i'Throngs' topled'ov r backwards. week and regret is felt that all of cabinet will be submitted to ',him for B. ',Drew J.; Camp ., prison will serve-as additional ware ;
: these treasures are not to be left in I : 'H..
his perusalAT S.Jeettr 's. RenkertJ.
of interested women and I lug to prevent others from indulging

I FATE OF MADERO THORD "UN- Orlando, but those unsold are'.to Abe EL.Yearty ,'P. Robinson
,children gathered yesterday in the ; in this reprehensible business.-
lores 'of'Misses Hamilton 1d Dunn % KNOWN" packed today and taken to New York ,THE LUCERNE H,,:F.jFkxxC: H ,T. 'GeislerD. Tampa Tribune.DISCUSSED. .

f ,: 'and--Marion Ives for the'annual display .. by the seller. , The Lucerne Theater made,a- remarkably :.' . S.TattleV1? *WarlowA'
Special to The Sentinel hand and the
.of spring hats., Both stores had: Feb. These rugs are woven good record. ,lasUnight .in
Mexico City -MidnightIt One RACING. CONDITIONS
colors is exquisite. ;
of ,
been, made.unusually attractive by the! blending attendance and had unuaually'.goodpictures. BIG ,LAND DEAL ON
is reported here tonight that Raoul hundred ',old, is valuedat . '
years
over one
: pse of ferns and vines,.and the green Madero was captured today at Tor- Those Special to The Sentinel
aade a':pretty background for the reon and executed, as were his broth- five thousand, dollars. 'it hardto un- Part L The,Grandfather, a drama I A very wealthy. citizen of Chicago, New York, Feb. 27.-No action ww
will find
: familiar with weaving in jictures : full of (who wishes,his name withheld) is in I
4 nany colored ribbon trimmings and ers Francisco, Gustavo and Euilio.A inch;;of a story told. so pathos taken restoration. of racing
that in square
'bright flowers used in,the new styles., report from a different source: .confirms believe every,hundred hand- 'that'many,,an._eye.'was ,moistened the city: ll'negotiating option on a in this state at a special meeting:
1 'Mimed with the merry talk of the; the, capture of Raoul but says this rug are over, ,eight : by,tears IDd'lI aDJ a heart heaved large tract'of land in'this county. If I I the jockey'club called today by Maf-

CBstenen. at.'Mr. ,Ives' was sweet: fate is "unknown." tied knots.- .5 a nigh: It,was. "a story.full 'of,human he succeeds in securing the option he nates, behind, dosed doors to discus

,' msk 'from' the, Scruggs- .orchestra,! O' life'fecal- .full, .of" ,.human".... *gI'1'ef.'and,sent will return to the Windy City and present conditions, and; at the, funs
'sad as:.the yendepended: from 'the: POLICE .CHIEF SUSPENDED. THE, FAVORITE ..* home;;a' leesoa: 'to.'tM f young.IL ., bring back to-,Florida a, company of I I it was' announced that no definftt

mUliaeryf depa4 eat' ,on, the second! --.;... ", ,Love unconquerable, in which a men. of,large'means who'' wOl. develop "move was: settled upon. After meeting l
;'dear;maay:lingeredv to ,examine the! Special to The Sentinel 1.'The" ,:Exchange Tables..;-Drma5,. ceme! an'.;furnished:so<:much .amuse- an enterprise that will be the biggest 'official statement was issued. ,-
'b eMiWuf'f.rii. :oa exhibition. .down-. : 'Cleveland Ohio, Feb. 26.. -Cleve- ,2.:'Percy'the' :Bu&t-Coaedff i"t' Meat'that the .......:WM convulsed boost for Orange county that, has I which it was mentioned that in Ac =
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*.- **' $ ,- -* $ : 8.: The Hidden'Boad J.DraW, with' :_ featfy:f praised,by happened in its history.
'flairs.' land's "golden rule" ;;police, .laughter,, II event of racing. in 'resumed, hezia
T.uaieeamlltoii;. and Dunnvete Fred Kohler,.today chiefspoef by These,'QMk eeme:Isreease- ileac;'ta-attei .MS -,1 :-r: .. definite programme of the Virgin.
..- their ..1-' Mayor: Baker., 'Subaequentlyrrhiagie [neafct aidt prose aea eg .1 ) (' >i'ieii wight"'have:been i Ii-:man doesn't ,care whether he Maryland clubs'
,} veI1r artiftk:both, in ucr > ., : ,., '-' -.. .. <' j re : ; ; and spring m titi'would
r'sjgeayaiad! thek,'..exhibition, :, ;and. the' attacking,Rotter's'eoafecTwen ... I'... ).i 'ti1rii-1I. I ', ; WM_ ,\a"story, -'of_ ;the u 0,' :of. :life's i live_or', dies, we,commend; the:presidency not be:conflicted with.Another'conferencewfil

-,:,fey far a.raott. swetsiful"one, for, all, with. the,'civil'service. "" ;commiHdiottBargain. --' .. ,...,.;\>.. I;, ,The ......a Ln gareat'' jeer" 'tppMtaufec:' Om:titthroe,: :sad:exprieMtt :i' of Mexico, as. A good job for him. : take.plMa
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\; : 5SJ FrMhy at _.n;I'keep 'them- from: -' hoeorteg. ': hid .t: Watt aCook'; '! i : A 9AINSIBAR AINS'BAK6AIN' f
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r* ftiBtf ) /their, presence: *t' :Msfua WP.r" ," -" ''
:-- 'a..r.":.;WIII L4thrNf:, aa.,;sin ral/FHfcy''afternoon, iathe P1":; .*'I; -Want a Situation. . .
::, ":,J...:MvL':n.'l l."s atre: laaio:e terywherehe'waelaid. :; :to! *,. Want. .. ,a';Seriani, ,f.Girl .. - - '
,<"'.".-, :.... 'Nircirtie.. .Ld" Zboelaa: ','the. ; rnet'in the .betatiful."place, set,'apart Want to Sell a-Piano '. :-
'l. $0: ,. -v:. .:..__ [,..'..na\W. : :feel,very< for:the.-old,'soldiers. ,Want to Sell a Carriage .' We take pleasure announcing to Ladies and Childrens Ready' to i
''. ;. ;..JWi<<"* ;..Ii.;, .. "'J <"d':.> f.:n-',. :'and :4Onedaugbter, one;son, one brother *, Want b Sell ToWn PrOperty the .people in Orlando and vicinity wear hats from 5Oc'up.

.Y;, r '....tW> le6M!.<'MtIiwiTfa1'ir-. : eleven;grandeWldren;and three.:great. ,* 'Want to'Sell.'Your Groceries .f .that t our line of Spring= and' Summer Ladies' Rain, Coats, Regular $5.00
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,L,'( x -f. ).... .1 tt tke'Connty" -Fair.' grand children survive him. ''Want,to"Sell Your Hardware :. . ., MerefcanftM: which' is'"arriving' tI iIkfnd, nor $198. 'Childrens RainProof

.Ij.. .:: .'V .nf.-!' i .' '. .;the ,fair One more old soldier,laid'to rest; *'- Want customers 'for Anything -J"' such u Dry..Goeds'ClothingShoes: ; Capes from $L98 up. .
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',, ,! preeowteed'it" weB worth'-,the tnp.f ""i19A -' ''-.' One.-more,gone ,to> the lands, "of :the *: Advertise Daily in. This Paper t -. :. Hata,.Millinery, ,Ready to Wear Hats, Ladles Washable Skirts, ,all styles
,, !1L' .sHOEeer.e' I Gr1a ndo," 'blest: *' Advertising Is the Way to Success >the Stylet Shown :are Taxied enough from tW'up.. -
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:J.-. : 4haataag' :;;;''" .:- '. ," ,Noun. ,. sorrow,, sickness,'or care.- Advertising' Keeps.Customers4 '. ,,-. ).. .\. : :the prices'are in.keepinf with..e'fer, Suits at Surprisingly low Prices -j' : .
'trf.tTP 'who several _. Advertising Insures Success. ' parchaser's idea of ,economy. Calicos.$c per yard. '
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: i:. "1 ,ago'hid a tong'c4as,here, has been Life's mistakes/and troubles o'ert Advertising Shows Energy <"{ ", SPBQAL BARGAINS, DURING French Gingham lOc per yard ..

':.< '\ .1irI..;bWae e :trip.. .He.'ii'veiT Thereto meet loved ones gone before, Advertising Shows Pluck .: ,FAIR WEEK. To accomodate the trade we fire :
;:}; V" .;.lbked; a awag, the'yoeng: people' ;And join ,in anthems of: Jesus,:love;. Advertising I!. '+aia" \ Shots. for Men,Ladies, Misses and away nice china ware for premiums
r \ In that beautiful home above., .*' Advertise Bast .-' t . Childrea-in all! styles and colors, high .
7r> ? ::t our ji age' and:we hope he:,may of .' : 1.' to everybody who trades with us. We
r * 'Advertise : .' ;.. .r and low: cut, to'suit the taste of every 'Guarantee
.f4,? : organise a elan there are so Long1 ;. : Satisfaction or your money , .
,, vr .i.'? -" ." let then to meet out : .: ;--:,;' ,'..'...,:' body.. All Shoes will sell at FIFTEEN '
'.t :;=- :rod, -"youavoi, t in".this.' :com- Qh! :us prepare- rte Advertise Well :! ..:-.... CENT'OFF. refunded. .
: -tl*', : snt GodT I ADVERTISE ': PER ? Com'e and conviee yourself. .
Of '! 4 .;: WIles Shirt Waists and Middy
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' jfr.vaiid, Mrs. :Joseph' Roberts of E'er we too.are laid beneath-.the Your Trade will be Appreciated.Men's .
:.: ;# : -- :. .. : : Btofse8 of styles from'98c !
." 'r; k, .Ini,' :are:'winter_ l visitors .Forgive ch.ther. while.we may, .IN THE SENTINEL-,.! : ;: ; '., up. Straw Hats- ., .
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Ladies Dresses 98c ,. I
from up.Men's
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:.i k.re. \wTbey'are friends,o(Ev DM. E'er.our,time to.go the selfsame way. t"
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: ChUdrens Dresses from 48c Alpaca Coats from .
'' lirs."Ha11.anQ"fam i. wish ,me to i i S t a a a aWELCOME : up. $1.50 up. S
:'}i1WkiU.. and &lBi1ft'r...J.;A.:\Wilkes, "
'f- .1.;" :"ad' ) faffiUy- ,-and Mr&M..B.0 'Parker' extend heartfelt thanks to the friends t ..

i \;;' ::'MJuAMrs.' .,itj"_ Frank: 'Phillips, who.:honored his remains .by- their I

'' ,fitly', enjoyed'a:itiifrom their presence.,* ..
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," 4 # .Mr. Leon':B. Dies;of:New',Or- A Friend Who.Knew Him. TO : ) lew York

7 :aiansLathe; firet of the. :week.f I
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.; : Jb /airs;'.N.',T!,Haiael,and their:daughjtf UNCLE WALT., RIYAL PALM ,

Af' :: s."..Misra... . .Grace. ,' -Beulah' 1, -?:'and. Irene .. .:: (" (
. :tree I.gwta from>Saturday, .evening ,The Poet. Philosopher. .( Store
; : .U1'Sunday" \'eDiRg'of Mr.: and Mrs. Oh,,come to the village pump,,where BARBER: SHOP Bargain,

'l. ..Jee-Ward. '.i.- ofBogg y'" Creek, making tie.'graybeards) 'sit and talk',,concern 1! l 1
};" 'a-;ltM trip in Mr.:Ward's-auto.. ing the, fatal, 'dump, and, the_,awful Modem and ,Complete. *' I Y .

; i f' .Mr'.kB ftha"Lefgettof' ; ; . Ocala. '.,and ''j abberwock;, man's foolish;who works Everything new, individual, If You Would be Posted ben Daily Visitor to this Store.Hardware '
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""f--, 'I -..,. ,....Belle. ,,-':Hawkins" <. . ,,'"of,.San' Mateo' and. strives:grim\want ;from'bas home' electric Attachments-at every
-'_: Put. over; S ad8y, :'of '*their'est'Mrca7.G to keep; for why should:we men have chair. No stone has been lefty
; I Tyoer..: Mr. and*'Mrs. wiveif; we still must sow and reap l'Oh unturned to make this shop

't, .'" ,Tyn+entertamed: Saturday- -.eveninghonor /jcome to.,the place of tearS,,where 'meet 'th requirements of the [ --
..- 'fc of ti! ilabOut'twenty the failures'sit"and sigh, and throughafew most particular. 'Plenty of

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ELIJAH WHITEHEAD,
., ,r':Miss" '\MaheThompson.. < .of;Orlando: .wash' dishes.and peel the spuds,.and Proprietor. J !fll UM Y AR WA !

."..''_'.,' tfi.:.rC-t, : ; Iweet.:-at", ,;>the4bome.i :.of;her. ,uncle. riethrough: bt dirty the suds rdud&and: For:foam whyshould ,.amountain' .Orange. Are.Orlando,. Fla.i .'
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,;'; :" ';:j :t G ..Tyner :had 'tae}:>isfor- .a sane man wed,, and take, to I

if 'line to"(Mftlooate aad f ractare'the bone his home a bride, if he'knows. ,that the ,
,<- fhierright- aim"near,thewriet; SatyiIpile daily:bread' by him must'be still supplied .

." :" :1'jer'auto ,trying to'crank ? Not, his are the household .
.;;.. : ,:wbsd'had'been brought chores: not his is 'the ax or loom;?;'tis j .

. ::1: 'sadden, s spf tq tpreveat'cgfision: his with. ;the. .other, bores- to thrash out j 1 H. .' "" .-
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'1dth.'I:tMmwltorae.: dtiverwould; not the country's doom'to sit by the.old I: IU( OAKlAND -7 .,> <

} : :, ':, *k* :halL:tdJe rW.uatil the last'mo- horse trough, across from the,"BlueFront i I ,
t : ,seat on a;poiat\ i Lake Lucerne,Cir- barn"., and ,there by the hour

'y... ,' .,jk;\wiere ":drivieway, happeM tortrrow. ree ,/oft his musty and ancient .yarn. ".x
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'- :,i&" ..- Dr., Rush'attended,. Mrs,J So :come to ,the place of sighs, and;.I ,; i

talk of the.1 laws we.need, whill your,! '
; \; i;. Alma;:and n Mamie .Sullivan wife with sad heart ;tries to _furnish THAT E'VERYI$4DYISTAIKING, .I

..,. : 't r4ir. ewbotb.. ill;:of*'typhoid, :fever. MiSs, the children"..feed. Oh;,'come tothe:: "
:..vt.'Vi. o h wen sick forsome, "time village pump; where the'moldy 'graybeards -' ; ... ..
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;:: ]._ 'oonvaleecentand l < .Miss' Mamie '.yarn' ,, and talk of',the frightful -' ABOUT'ASK (

\ r..?ias}Jut, ken down with;!the':same slump ,our "bulwarks 'have. under-:. ,...
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'iiiIMc?} a ",2 -, .7'" goneifObr Jets 1iS .'wiA:langnage '*il, $R.*;MINSTIATIIN'' t' : ' ",X" .' .

I ". ...'!t.CC_ : Ralltdhohas.been_ : indis- tI -'air'tili. the. ,day' departs- ; ,and the!
:., ti now.ahte'to'.be.outat'times.ye8istst' : women at .home may>toil/'and toil
,:' > ; the.Lake''View till Uiey, ,break their: 'hearts.' SEEMA1GIRUDER

',..'.Airs, :.'Wm'Awl'Mrs. .BeRrY Dud' : '.. \- 'i, Agricultural Implements Harness
sa,' Mrs'r G.: ,:W., Gibbs,;of,:Galesburg, ,WANTED Clean .Cotton Rags the' ', ,. Saddlery

Hj Mr. aadMie.GeoF.( ;: ; Sargent of Sentinel Ogee ., .
s eriN.H.; : .i D. ,:McGregor, 1 ,Paints, Oils, Building Material, Etc. n

l ... rry,..N.E,Mr..and M Mm. Subscribe for the Sunday' Sentinel! 1\
Jt' Eaton SaithOW; :'Orchard,'Me.; Tea_teats a week delivered.. Patronize Sentinel advertizers. Qrl ndo Florida'
2 lfe iced jlnfeft,Swasey; Wells, ., ' ,
B'i,;; Snail',;Twet1j j V. Smith, Earl I ' I ..' 'fi
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Kturiykr ea of Debsfae, Id.; .:Mr.' and2LJbers I .. > I'
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4 ..\ISfae"Xrs::C.; ;W. .Beaton rand] GREATEST BARGAIN IN ORLANII8'BEAU'fIFUL I i _. ,

.IE.' Pond Conneaut" :; ;;'..Mrs.", , ., ,. -- .
_.." lash.A.Young:{; ,'Liberty:Center,(OhioJWiss I ' .

f. .... Mary:/M,Robinson",Erie,- .'Pa.; ; :
: t..rdDtIMK; ''KiiigSville, Ohio; : W. M. SLEMONS
r :'?.:.f.I Dana,':N.tl,{ 'W.: .A.Evaw : LOTS! ON LAKEEOLA ,

f '; ,>!! ? CityfFla7 i ; ;.J;.o._Mffler, : / I '
'Orlando,and,Messrs: Alfred.Tano, E. .4 can. 'be. bought vay _' :


F' Lleyer jgaf.'theisemeaee laC,:D.,:,Caine;.G. .G.,::'Hundeby and W.:.H.,'Jno.Concert:'White_Me-, reasonable", : 'Inquire' at the: . ,,h V:"ir: U Q' N ew SiI,; St([ is Coir(;( In. J

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i.: t .. :Methodist;'serviees'were held 'Sun-. : . I .'. *'f.*. Acid'we'will.off r to you"a Choice Selection of High, Class ; .
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1"o t ?.' :4iy'rt''tbe'; Union :ChapeL Baptist .. :' ::": .Goods.' ,
'. .y- .cervices. 'next, 'Sunday., _ .. . .- .. ,, :f .:\ '. IN DRY,GOODS, ALL THE STAPLE AND USEFUL ;''J_ :; :
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.. 'Mr.; and Mrs"Jacob Swartz lost .; '. ' GOODS as weD as FANCY SILKS and FINE DRESS .;,' i
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"ihe :/deaghteray: seven,"years of : : LISLE COTTON, aadthe ...
: : 'Many Accessories that-Women Use. ... . '
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i- 'Friday after: a' illness; may- i. u !,! :
= Jan l :was made. in Orlando 'cemetery. 1:1.: $ odM.e14. .. Jf '
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: X15 MEMO [ 'Wl--A' FLORID"PINDR' d .1 'r <: .. We carry'an.the tinge a+large stock of SHOES of the.,
) 1f ; .: ; )> : best makes and newel style KING QUALITY: MEN'S .
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,, ,.M'J, --'-" r .: '"-::::?rSHOIS.: "CRADDOCK' '.TERRY'S WOMEN'S SHOES -. .
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W.W": Barber,. nearly 83,years ';,. ;. .:"..:>:'.>w':.'i-t' AND CHILDREN'S SHOES. NONE' BETTER :ARE. "'/ .
% : : ? :/. I SOLD IN THIS MARKET. ,_ ' .
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eI ale;tan,old survivor of, one of ,the ".' 1, <' _,
fedian wan in'Ilordia,'died last Wed.wiry. ., t. :":f'. .' > SCHLOSS BROS..- :FINE' SUITS'FOR' MEN at-$15.00, o
':, at'about 10'o'clock, 'at / 4 /; .;" :' '$20.00$25.00 asd, $30.00 are unsurpassed for: STVLE., : 1
night, ,.. \ .J .. .b _ ; .. .. hii.ier Mrs. S..A.
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;::San: ,i MTOCyCLES : LORD.BALTIMORE' BOYS SUITS, WILL .BE SURE
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1 'J''f Models'$260.00. .
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:." who .f eetI't ,'howling,'ivage war: H. "
ahem: or'marehedi ."::._, (the' .T. .Seek,H.. P. Models,-$250.00 "0 4 :
1lI i gay' 1i..iM h;'so that fcis beau "

,"lifd, :Uid, -,., 'm pt'.be a'safe place:for. a. :BBn: ] srt f L W.u SkiiOnv' S! '
'the .
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1' range 'blenores. ::, 3 ORLANDO., FLA., . ;' g Bt'.f; 'Oraige. .Cowity1MhlMIMIillllllHIirmilllllMIIMIIilMI, : . .. ,
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l Reports. from Jacksonville_ have 'it .Fourteen'acres pf good land in good TO ASSUME ,THAT YOU ARE BRIGHTER FRUIT' .::
w that. ...the q Seaboard-,.',Ali..:.,Line. I is,".going 'location.. 9 acres: in grove., LoCated t \ '. ,
r .to t .j j APPRECIATIVE: OF THE VERY Free from the dust mite and for which ..
:mouth,Va,,to that city;' At the same f ,
.f time the'-reports'have it that'the Seaboard Ten'acres.first'class land. 5:acres; BEST., WE ARE < you'command the fancy prices useSulphoCitrol &..-;{
SPECIALISTS IN iJ"
'. is about>'to acquire by,:leasing d? grove.: .Splendid location. $4,500:j I '. "'
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sad traffic arrangement/ a through '
f:' 'line'from'the list,Virginia coal fields Two. and'one-haif.acres, in excelled Electrical Wireing and Motor Work ". .
':to South..Atlantic and Gulf ports in location. All in"'grove. $1,500. j
ti anticipation of-the opening of the Panama - NEWELL ELECTRICAL COMPANY IF YOU WANT ,:
'number of,business lots ir 1"'t
A large .
t Canal ,These roads are said to : I ,
,a .he. ,the:a_ .C. ft: 0, and,the C.&. W. various localities in the. city, and! ARCADE BUILDING To destroy the "THRIPP," use:- V ''
f, 'c.. and the Georgia & Florida railroads beautiful suburbs,of,the city at prices CHURCH ST.

..., : ,which, with additional, tracks, to. ranging from $100, to $1,000 I
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;be" built- in,this,State, ,will 'give ,theseaboard PHONE 280 Black Leaf Tobacco Extract j
direct lines to Tampa and Lake front home sites containingtwo
.. Jacksonville I1.ore. acres of land at. the
Our ne w1913 Almanac containing full
moderate price of $650.
': The.actwa of the Seaboard,line in very
:'determining,to remove its.offices from information sent you for three cents
'Portsmouth 'to'.this. .state is said. .tohavebeef For particulars call at office over
', decided- upon at'a: conference Dickson& Ives store, Orange Ave. The Best is the Cheapest postage a

!' held last week and',to be a part CARL JANSENBUT .
.of the.. Se boar '8 announced, policy to I
"' SO GET THE BEST OF E. 0. Painter Fertilizer Co.I
> devote_ a,large part: of: its time and
... attention in the next few:years to the THE CAR WAS "LOST" ...
"development'of its Florida.port terminals. , Paints and Wall PaperTHE
The Orlando Fair was almost as JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
)' The.Seaboard is said to be making great an event as the Sanford Horse
strenuous objections.to the opening.of Show.--Sanford. Herald. 1912 WALL PAPER IN SAMPLESIS
:' streets ,in Jacksonville 'through' its -,. GRAND AND I WILL BE PLEASEDTO I

; property just as it is..in,Tampa, especially Patronize Sentinel advertisers.MHIilllllMllllillMMM. SHOW THEM. ALL YOU HAVE TO ---.--
I, .through property that lies_ad. IS'TO
DO TELEPHONE AND I WILL
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t jacent. to the.. water..front It has large .
property- rests .in Jacksonville ,on BRING THE'SAMPLE TO YOUR HOME.. i .

the river ;;front and adjoining the k I
f. site of,the:proposed 'new terminal Indeed'They Fireplace Mantels
GEO. A. BARKER PHONE 268 ,
I there. :It is said the Seaboard pro-
.posesto: erect a'twelve story building '.,
Tiles and Grates
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'"." ,BEFORE! place: ,in AND which,AFTER.A _'to practice. AreNa Calorie Fireless Cookers,

who courtesy,,are,,is:exquisite in:the.home.in' their Some courtesy:people better cigars are to be SPRffi r 1 b MiLLINERY[ OPENING[ Electric Pocket Flash Lights, Tz

c to friends ,or strangers "are' nothing found, we're
anywhere I Complete Electric
'but'churls_, at home,' yet it ,is the sure of than, hence we feel Lighting Plants of
home+ 'that'should receive the fullest Wednesday and Thursday
.no hesitancy in saying:that ,
:' t ,consideration. Many a. man whp: before regardless of price; there is Any Size Installed. V i
.:1.' was' all. attention. and anticipated-- < not.a cigar made that you i February 2bthand 27th. .
i every wish of hislfuture wile has ent can enjoy more than f ..... ::h
', aatfeiag: bet, a bore :.since marriage HAWLETSSTRAIGHTS I .
'and"may a woman who,was.most gracious 1' A CORDIAL INV1TA'IIONEXTENDED TO) All ; F
before haying her home has"discajvLad -; allHAVANAS .ti E. S. PIERCEELECTRICIAN
-f ,;her;.gracious .ways, since she.: : ? "" ..

: became awifc..Iave'. ;:may ,continue ;.: .Made,in Orlando. Sold,by ; ,
without ,but: .the ,under an ussEsIA1ILTON&1JUNNORANGE
,- .courtesy, ,- .. :0.- all ,Dealers. Only cost 5 4
,:f\ .immense '.. .-,Gainesville" .. Sun" cents. I'I .PINE tit. New laid M4|., Church SL

r ., .- .. . ':' ASK FOR THEM I I AVENUE ORLANDO, FLA.
lc 'for tie So.iq'.Sentinel "' .

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; F1OIj of,a boosters club'in Orlando. before'the next,state legislature' 'will.
There seems to' be'.a general be1 a bill for the protection of Florida' : : You'Will
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-, s feeling among some' of:the, younger Pine ;This ,is, a measure worthy '.of ,
44 business men'that there is'a;work'to consideration. Each year,sees Floridapine
: be done that requires.prompt and vigorous vanishing under the woodman's, .
: :., ,1r e'yeark: : .,. .... ...,.. JL50 ax, by '
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{kv, senators in the matter of Post Office timber. What will ,happen to -
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-: Building ,for this' city if,, our rightsare Florida when 'her timber .is all gone 1 '
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', fcj- MS, portut ptld __....."..$LPO saved'in the senate. is a plenty. With the exorbitant' : ; Money Elsewhere
i; ',THE 'MWTINSU 'Orlando. 'Florida It, will require some united and well freight rates that prevail, the building -' ,: ::

1. ;' ,,GIka.. '167'-Court Street.; Arcade BaD_' directed effort if,this city has betterdepot progress of, the state would bet : ...: ,
,/ PbOM.u' 'r facilities by another winter. I greatly retarded if the state had to de- ,, ., > ,.. '.. ,:;; f'pr -J'L,'
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J. r, ;SCHUMANN.> liar will require, some good hard fighting pend on lumber shipped in.. :7: NOR, CAN YOU FIND BETTER JEWELRY
JOSUH Pam, ,Pr.pzWu. by some active body of men if Orlando All young pine forests should :be -,'" ,,- .

gets relief from,the extortionate andI protected by law and large tracts : THAN OURS. FOR SEVERAL YEARS THIS
; *jII JRSpAYr FEBRUARY_ 27! 1913 I discriminating freight rates now in owned by the state should be.'protected
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vogue. against the ax and fire: ;I HAS BEEN SO, IT IS SO TODAY, AND WILL ,:
1 THE OLD,,ARM CHAIR Think of the proposition. on freight The fires are due to I two causes.' :'. .
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--..- ] rates now in'force 6 Orlando, andiompare I Carelessness pf hunter? and the burning I i ; BE SO TOMORROW, NEXT YEAR, AND IN
J The'editor of the Citizen seats him Sanford' rate II' < . '
with .. b r, over of forests by cattlemen. !
; :'aJf :and :takes his pen in hand to:iniw Tampa's rate. It is believed that our law makers j I ': "' THE YEARS TO COME. .
i' ;his readers that there is a fight ,If you have,a barrel of apples shipped will 'see the importance of this, step.I'I ,(<-":' > a: .
,m.ini,the town and that he has seated 'from, Jacksonville to Sanford it The Sentinel vouchsafes the state.", .

,-.u in hisbig: cushioned chair to' will ,cost you a rate of sixteen centJ Mot that representative Robinson, of I '
?.itch it'at his,ease. per hundred for 'a distance of practically this,city will give such a bill his hearty -:;i 'w
.. Now, Brother. Howard, this is sel.J one hundred fifty miles. If support, and Senator Donegan,I : Not Haie 'I the Bestand Be Sure'
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:r yo.D. nothing but an you want to ship the'same barrel to who understands the value of our forests -' ; :
w ftl chair to sit in that is so Orlando, only twenty-two miles fur may likewise be counted on to "
:3 hdthakik has polished my trousers ther, it will cost you thirty-five, cents such
promote a measure.
r .e btlyxas a nigger's heel per hundred,. or more than double that I II II I '
:Then teo?if I.knew oVa fishpond Sanford. I If It's
good to GOYERNHENTROADS. i : in t theJeIry line We Have It ItT..Itvansthe
.*;, / or:a water melon patch .I Still worse, you can ship it from ] ,
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take yon into my confidence Jacksonville I "
to'Tampa, the whole For many years the Government]
' ,.r: bre the ,good;things, with you. length of the state for fifteen cents has extended aid to, "military" roads.J
c :3t you know of a two ring fight in per,hundred, or less than half the cost The lands granted in this way are \
.ftlando: you ought to put me next of shipping the barrel from Jackson worth enough now to build a good line
mi. with your permission I, would vile to Orlando. of railroad from New York to San Jeweler
came: over/with my little camp stool Why;is this? Because'Tampa has Diego. But the good roads people
;.rasionally..and.sit by you and watch, a water rate from New York directto want a wagon road over that route.
: *,:sparring her own ports independent of the: At least they have planned it from \ . OPPOSITE POST OFFICEEveryoneCordially
But by' ;way of side light, let me say railroads, and Sanford has a partial, Washington to the exposition.city by I
4 :IBave,no personal interest in news.der or a broken water rate that giv the "Silver Gate" and at the ,Convenes -M
.fights, nor.do I believe that the that city some relief. tion of Southern Governors held last
mile of Orlando are interested in Another illustration: Mr. P. B Wi- week in Asheville, N. C., the question
-l. So, if ,there are any well laid coff shipped a car load of potatoes of constructing such a road was; discussed -I
'jfkns or combinations for a two ringlit from Jacksonville to Sanford and'unloaded with much enthusiasm. Col. ,
,do; not,count on the Sentinel to part and tfien ran the car D. C. Collier, President of the San 1
4 ,) rticipate. If I can not make place down to Orlando and it cost him just Diego Exposition, took time enough
,Irthe Daily SentinelinOrlando with- as much to get a half car of potatoes I I off from his duties boosting along the
,. .at knocking competitors or enter- from Sanford to Orlando as it did to contractors on the buildings to send: Spring Mi1erj
; 3g,into;'combinations to do hurt to get a whole car from Jacksonville to I word to the Governors,that the West
(*&' competitors*' .L": will retire sow _Sanford. was aflame with enthusiasm' for the
: mptly and.so quieUy that the little Can the people of Orlando stand for road system. The meeting decided tocall
.fechioffposiesayou have gathered this?' Can our merchants compete the proposed road the "Southern
*strew on the grave' of the dead one with ,other. cities while these condi Transcontinental Highway." This iiiiirnurn '
: 'haye.withered in your hands andpMLbtck" tions exist? Can our gardners com. highway will make up a part of the I'
to dust before a burial pete with other places while the rail system advocated by the National UJGllll! !
jjtee.can! be) even selected, road ..companies are placing such obstacles Highways Commission. r
.,Both you:and,fare too old and prox in the way? If Orlando con Good roads is a live issue in every I p.q'
:, :% too much ,to talk about enjoying I I tinues in her onward march it will be section of the country and the people .
M encouraging newspaper fights. Lea t I necessary for some body to get busy are awake to the importance of the 1
banish. the thought now and.Jorr that _these conditions be corrected. issue. The future of Florida depends
We have'a greater work to do.o Let no man pass this subject .light to a large measure in the view the Q
o ly by.. The effect of these conditions state takes of this' issue. 5 I' edneayandThuFsday

<; knot far.off. us' lay aside'll selfish considerations GIVE YOUNG PEOPLE ENCOURAGEMENT
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The' .building boom continues un*
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THEATERS OF ORLANDO "
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:II is easy for a man with loose. mor- The Sentinel is more than pleased day Napoleon gave utterance to the YaS .
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& to get"tight. to note the honest effort of 'OperaHouse words. The young people are the .
M 0'-1x managers of Orlando to bringto bright lights on which attention is / t
We have figured all along that there their play houses the highest possible focused. We who have reached, the j ti
5, .nnld'be 'no, disagreeable weather in standard. There .is a, l goodnatured ,half century mark must make'this Invited i
Sbruary.A : rivalry among them for first acknowledgment without mental reservation ,,. ,
0 position in the character of 'entertainment or envy in our bosoms. Ththis
+ :A'few: more days like yesterday'and brought to the people of man or woman who has journeyedto : '
'w'will:be" 'eating, green corn and cu- city.With the fiftieth mile stone without mak. MARIONE1IVES > ; ;
'ambers.If four theater buildings, 'vieingwith' ing; ,their impress upon the world, is 'T
,f o each, other in the meeting out not likely to .do it, and if they, have ', ,
FA March does as4 well as, Februarym of ,high class entertainment, Orlandopeople not so ordered their days and measured .
';sustaining its reputation there need not g6 away from home their actions, that at that late day '..:" -" .'I,
list picking for the real estate men, for 'amusement, entertainment or instruction they can sit down and view'with complacency Exclusive Millinery Parlors f7 (, ,
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,:,to ,this time King Nenlik has minds in the grew,affairs,of the world Second Floor '
:jrither affirmed: nor denied therut re i- If all the law breakers "get wise" and bid them God speed in their endeavors -
report of ,his ,death.. v ; to the;dictagraph it maybe necessary instead of attempting to be .
0' j ; machinea little their efforts have lived -
< u ; to invent moving picture : they ,
'The economical housewife consulte ':which' ,a detective can conceal on his their days in vain and will find themselves -

Morning Sentinel 'advertisinR gj; person.j out of touch with the musicof OPENING OF THE WOMAN'S EXPOSITION tion and later personally presided over Lure Peters.
jfeunns for all kinds of bargains.o 4 O. the young life that makes this a model milk station in the civic section The exposition will close on March
j J. J. Palmer, one of Floral world worth living in. Give young of the exhibition. 8th. ,;
.; ,Begins to" ,look like the new presiat i-i 1 oldest and best beloved citizens, ywas, pepole. helpng hand and a word'of .New York, February 27.-(Special) Other features of the expositionwere
may have trouble from both found,dead in his room a few days, encouragement -A large representation of New York a tuberculosis preventorium, an Mesas. S. Wright and i p Dom-
ri 'vtiin and without when he tak esago.I The day before, it is said, he "400" gathered at the Grand Central exhibit explaining the ,system for outh, of Caribou, Me., are among the
A oath of office. was apparently' in good health. |I. The new high school building; in Palace to take part in. the formal child, entertainment adopted by the late arrivals at the Tremort
,o Clearwater has 'been completed Ind opening of the Women's Industrial National, Day,Nursery Association, -
There is ,so much excitement in the The Elks of St. Petersburg are was put in use for the first time- yes- Exposition here today: and a modern children's playground. According to accurate .'-estimates
; .,.iU in and without' when he takeiplson i furnishing one room in the new Augusta -: terday., I Among,-these,Mrs. J.Bordman Harriman Among the prominent women present made by a committee from the boardof
is probably delaying anTBtacement -. ,Memorial Hospital now almost,. -- the' special leader played a were: Mrs. J. ,Borden Harriman, trade,' Petersburg has-a poula. .1
.of, his cabinet selections completed. in that city. |i There is .a movement foot in St. prominent'role.. Together with other Mrs. General Nelson H. Henry,,Mrs. tionof, 24,000.
vtt be can be certain of securing: Augustine to build a. free bridge >to members of the social elite, she took Arthur Dodge, Miss Eleanor Adee, -
y skit page position. .. Shanibarger, Bicycles and Sundries., Anastasia Island" charge of the exercises of inaugural Mrs. J. M.: Seeley, and Mrs. W. Me- Subscribe for the Sentinels! ,

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Capt' and Mrs. E. E. Jones, of New AT THE GRAND | COLONIAL PARK ADDITION TO UNDERSTAND THE FAIR SEX also is the for
man whom
arrivals women feel
York,- are among the late at BOOMING
wAD: the .'San Juan. '' .... ', A Vast Crowd' Witness Great Pictures Y THE TUNERORLANDO -. 4 ::- Last Night 'The Carl Dann real estate Company Paris Paper Holds Inquiry Receiving difference, but never love. He is, in r

FLA. Mr. Adrian P. Jordan, of Punta As was expected, a large concourseof report thirty lots sold in Colonial 6,700 Answers to QuestionHeWho (I fact one who feels his life and thought

.\,', 1- Gorda, the, pure food,inspector in people asembled early at the Grand Park this week, to the following peo- Keeps Affection at I j I to be on a parallel with those of women -
Distance Truly Under- i[ and in psychology, as in Euclid,
the city today on business. Theater last night to witness the ple: 1
series stands Fair Sex ;?,parallels, however far prolonged,
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greatest moving pictures Mrs. Sarah Manahan, Spring, N. Y.
Mr.and Mrs. H.: W. Gowan, of Halifax "Who is the man who, understandswoman never meet.
f C. Odom," E.. B. Squire and Edgar that were ever thrown on canvas in T. H. Evans, Orlando.
N. :C, are recent arrivals and ?" Having received nearly Confide in Him
Faron will represent. St Petersburgin Orlando. John'F.. Schumann, Orlando. I
h. ,will'spendseme' v h ,time in Orlando.Hr.F the golf tournament The story of Jesus; the life of the ,Mrs. L. J. Bollair, Maple Springs,. 7,000 replies to this question, from "He is both a tragic and a comic
,'I 4 -- ,' Christ, and the culminating tragedyof N. Y. all portions of the world, during its character. Women confide in him
IT 1. ,." Ray has to his inquiry, the Matin, Paris, prints this about the other type of whom
W. : returned Mrv:John,Marshal Martin, of Mar- the Savior of mankind was portrayed Mrs. Devite G. Phelps, Hartford,I man -
fi ,, tome in :Peoria,. I1L'after' spending tin, Tenn., who has been spending in last night's entertainment Conn. week a summary of its readers' views.I they love, and to whose arms they
two months in' Orlando:, The general opinion is that the fly immediately after decrying him to
man
some time in this city, returned home in a manner that will leave a lasting Mrs. Laura B. Garvin, Hartford,
r who truly comprehends the workingsof the man who understands them.
; yesterday. i impression on the minds of those who I Conn. I
' Withington of Apopka's I the feminine mind is not the "Thus women have to choose be-
:. ; :H. one witnessed itProceeding Mr. M. S. Little, Honorville, Tenn. one
r* ''prominent"dtizens,, ,spent :yesterday- Dr. .Boyd, from, Eighty-four Penn- each picture was a' Mr. Wm. H. Eaton, Maine. who is most loved by the other sex or tween the man who understands them

w' in the. city; sylvania station near Washington, Scriptural verse that directed the These people are home builders and I has the most susceptible heart. That and the one who loves, and it is unnecessary .
the also Mrs. he is the man who has lived and renounced to ask which they prefer-
is of Keystone; follow.
a guest thought to the sacred scene to Orlando people are interested in all
t vP,;>W. .Shanibarger the :wholesale Henderson anddaughter Alice. Perhaps that part of the entertain.. new comers. I love s the conclusion of the to be understood and neglected ,or "

. P ; '.plant,iman of Pine Castle,'was in the ment that touched most hearts was Let Greater Orlando grow. majority of the answers. loved and not understood. ..
f 'city. -',yesterday,transacting business 'Mrs. F: .S. Jones and daughter, the childhood of Jesus. His sweet I Man Who UnderstandsHe "Even i if they keep silent on this

'--:-, Miss': Sadie, are now occupying their childish face and the graceful, childish Mrs. W. L. Mannaca,.of Glasco, Mo.,'I is the priest who leads a life of delicate question, nature, poetry, art,
t{ Messrs Ed.:Starbird and A. N. tar.. cottage ,on West, street having just' simplicity went home to the heartsof is in the. city, the guest, of Mrs. C.I' abnegation; the doctor whose desire and our own memories speak for
Wrd,'of' Apopka, ;spent>yesterday 'inV arrived, from Pennsylvania. all them.
H. Topliff of the Orland. Mrs. Han- is for scientific knowledge and who regards -
Orlando looking,after. 'business inters -. The whole series were entertaining aca is the wife of the Mayor of Glas- i I women as objects of study. He

f. 'e& I.'.,... HOILW..-.R. ,6'Neal is in Washington instructive and had in them' a moral cow and is porminent in social and also is the modern young 'man who WANTED-To buy one good 'driving
'\" .. I City. If Mr. O'Neal's politics and religious uplift. Life in Orlando musical circles of her home city.It t believes in the absolute equality of the horse. Must be gentle and cheap
:1It;)t I. Dydie.of':Chattanooga, for cash. Apply to Singer Sewing
were'in the other column we would will be better and more sacred because will be a source of pleasure to Orlando sexes, and for whom woman is a com- Machine Co.WANTEDA.
Walker
: ,", repiesenti3ig. ; ,th ; Medicine accuse him of looking, 'after a cabinet of those pictures. They eclipsed any people to know that Mrs. Han- panion, rather than an idol -
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Compaay, t1&ntaf'.GL, is in_the city '
;C' ,poSition. former show of pictures in Orlando aca comes to the city with Hughes Le Roux, the well known man who. understands
[Y. 'tod f how to run a four sided moulder
and it is not that the crowd her' husband to Parisian novelist who conducted the
/,, : strange study conditions and planer. Apply Taft Novelty
fi: Toai'i bt'at' '8:30'DL:.Carolyn!- Geisel Mr.. and 'Mrs ,James Holloway, of was so great' with a view to selecting a location inquiry and read in all 6,700 answers, Works; Taft Fla.

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', be iterated in*this lecture..Hear last night and will spend several daysin fifty people' and in order to accommodate soprano voice would be a valuable mulas: Mr. E. P. Long, of Greenville, S. c.,
=f: her., :'f.'" T this"aection.; They"are at the San the crowd three shows were given acquisition. to 'the musical societies "The man who understands womenis is in Orlando visiting Mr. and.Mrs.
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-J:f\ !, .. :-. Juan'.Hotel so that it is estimated that fifteen of Orlando. he who does not desire them. He Geo. H.. Barr in Concord Park i;

Mrs. MafyF&ehefof; .KansastJity, ,* ? .$ ,hundred- people saw-those pictures.It . ....
ii tt'Mo." ia k.ie;.styfer'a: few,.moethssojomii '*:iRolla Seymour; the little'fellow who is'not too much to say that Col '

t ,."enjoviftg bltetbalmy days of bad J :.the: misfortune to, break his leg Watkins won the highest esteem and
'':''tpring.; . ; about three weeks ago, and has been gratitude of all Orlando in last night's

.-' ;, I confined to his home, is out again ,in entertainment at the Grand. i

; i '}[r., C. 'C.;., Taliaferro, of ,Roanoke, the:glad sunshine e as happy as a lark.
_.z 1 Va;,,travelingpassenger V agent of the '- \1 1'Mr. Mr. Walter C. Tyndall, a prominent

1 Seaboard.Air,Line, isaaongthe transportation -: and,Mrs.,A.H..Ruble, of Last- real estate dealer of Columbia Tenn.,
} in Orlando today.. 'in Orlando today. They who came to Orlando about five weeks Yowellsi
:people. .... ant,J1L, are
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,- have been spending the winter at St. ago
The Cuban party Mr., and 'Mrs.Struaka Petersburg. They like Orlando very now in the pink of condition and is

; ,-;,'Mrs.:'Wilson, and..Mr 'and much. Mr.' Ruble is a contractor' loud in his praises of Orlan-
:Mrs. Debout have' returned to the with'headquarters in Chicago. i do.and its salubrious climate.

keystone: and, reportan enjoyable I -
trip. who Sheriff Kirkwood was in attendanceat
of tourists
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the State Sheriff's Association in
\' have been visiting points in the'South-
'Just,to banish the prevalent notion the Jacksonville. This, association wilT
era part of the state, came up on
'ithat.tM>, worst. of'the'winter weather northbound' train yesterday and are advocate and'push for the passage of
; \ahoul; be ronisder d over,.-the weather taking the sights of Orlando today a number of bills at the hands of our

,. 'man evbryday.or: so, ,gives our They are mostly from near Chicago.I! next legislature which they think
[ ifrie *' a ,genuinely raw day;. of would enable the sheriffs of the stateto

: the' iront' sort.:. !o' Mr. and Mrs. F. H. Davis; who are better apprehend law breakers and ?... .,.
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i bring them to justice. .4:4..t: jwr
making their home in Orlando: for the

1 Mrs. J..:a .Northrup, and Mrs: W. season, are great boosters for Orlando -

s; i, W. Wood,'of,Jones ivn>> ,N.,'Y., .Mrs. and continually singing its A party of people from Altoona,
;,James W. 'Green, of Gloversville,. N. praises. They expect quite a numberof Pa:, was in the city yesterday enrouteto
'T,Y:>aad KiN';M.;'Wood, of Orange people from ""their: home town, Winter Home, on Big Sand Lake,

J t 'City,.Fli, registered at the San Juan Greenville,. S. & to visit, this place where they expect to buy land and
k last Jtight;for'a stay;of'several days. soon. build a large club house for a plate
4 ,'; -- '- of rest in winter. Mr. D. B. Sphaler 5
of Taft and Mr. E. c.: Green, their
Mr::J. ,A. ,HoUeiAeck, of Rockford, Mr. Henry Broeffle, a fine old gen local agent who is located at the New ,--, _.. .. .
111,:who.has been,spending the week tleman who long ago passed the three
Lucerne is doing effective work.,
at: his.. beautiful un.home south score and ten mile stone iri life, and

',of::Ac city;on tbe'Pine Castle road, 'whose home has been for nearly a half II

;;wfll leave in are days for his'north. century in Rockford, III, enjoying READY-NOW c CAMBRIC U HUCK TOWELS V

.era home, bat will return with the Florida sunshine and is stopping at
F ,,;bird next fall the Arcade, where,he will.remain until '1.50 Strong,thousand.vigorous' tomato The Bear's plants Head at i P PAMA HfUS
'. and then he'will follow the per -
April 36 inches wide and A good large size '
Farms, Pine Castle, Fla.,
4 t for the Sentinel flight of the robbins northward. I
fully bleached. A good Huck Towel, with '
Bargain Stationery, 15 cents, per

S *,j pound. Try one, you will not be..dis- soft finish, and the Red Border just 28 40 inch Pajama check,
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appointed. Curtis &; O'Neal next ,

d V : 'YiN are'eerAaiy'kvited' to attead oar postoffice. quality usually sold at dozen in all, while a splendid 15c.quality..
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,. .'. ; and Mrs'F.Thebolory of Lincoln 121-2c and 15c.. .bethese
Mr. Can
:'..v..., ': .Spdag Tailsrig: Opening per they last, these three ,
Orlando
;-: '; Neb.,' arrived in las
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>;>'../ '. IaeId night.'and are 'pleasantly located at yard.V days will be perdoz, three days only, at
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Merchant Tailors " LUCERNE THEATER ,

i ; E"\\" Motion: Pictrnes of Excellence
'; : Baltlaere PROGRAM TODAY. 10 :cts.7l 'ets. .llcts.

:"i Twlight'or;Her Life-Lubin' ;
,{ ,' ::;:', :Dicflaykv the Only Uae>'America'Backed By :'' : An extremely interesting dram. .';: "

{- : :\:: ci Interrupted Wedding Bells:-Edison : 10. ,yard limit One dozen limit '- ::
s ,, :.V : .HeeLMerehaat'-' '' Wteriag '. '; ".':,'' tL. A noeel comedy chucked, full of ', '( ,:
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} t,t '::1.:.. 'r. It.' .. .. :1'f :picture" of V self-defence., ,A man t
I t : .. i throws ajealous rivalfrom a fast
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:: ; ; 'moving Found ,in train"Egypt; a. forgotten-Saveshim; lette from. 'THE': .. ,BIG. WHITE, ''STORE.

_0 u&a; ;& DI fl ICKS ON.: imprisonment,. in all an ,exciting '. ,

,; I, and; thrilling..drama, one ,that,you ; . ;: ;
iit ''}. .." - --,\ , could npt afford to miss > ON ORANGE '
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-, "IHd;thirty. cents on':all"above. BUSINESS BOOSTERS,
't Bomber. J CLASSIFIED"T', - -. -. .. .
Business' advertisements
Boosters (classified
/' This. statute.'was. passed fifteen ) receivedafter 10 'o'clock.;

yean'ago r when,the cost of.living was Bought,'will be main the "TooTiateto

not '.to exceed 'fifty per' cent ,of.the Classify column.:; : ,
will Boosters of' UveWleB: or lew-ap- t
present prices. Everybody concede
proximately, mords--one, time, .25
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I 6 s e Yg 'that prisoners can ,not'.be fed at cents; three times 60 cents;.one'week When You Pay What Thing is Worth I
a
.1 nbel' those' figures, (six daily and one weekly editions)
r invasion Bailiffs is the.next subject for treatment $LOO; one month, $3.00.

,, ; reidY for tthat theMPres Under ,the present law, these FOR SALE-SO acres of good land You Get the Worth of Your
sub-officers, get $1.25 per day and I .three miles west of Taft: .20 acres MoneyA
cleared and in cultivation.. Good
lately neememory guards. $1.00 per day. I I *
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: buildings. Price $30 per acre.. Address
All fair minded people will admit
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4J P. B:, care Sentinel
2= be in ;of that ,these. wages are too low. The .

i i ; lives fifteen years legislature will be asked to increase KELLER'S, Staffords, Arnolds, Inks I : : :
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'. A n of the Maine these ,to $2.00, per day.. The Sheriffs Curtis &: O'Neal, Next Postoffice/ I
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: 1W0 'week in Arlington also .ask that.'the state establish afixed FOR SALE or rent-The best farm in : : ':. $

: ',go+by the graves of those salary for jailers and ,that this Orange County Magnificent buildings # .... :
salary: be paid by the county. As the fruits 'of. all kinds; Pleasant good buy ;means more' than getting something at a' !
place and good land. Address Van.
k Pseems that .the gettingtoof law now is the sheriffs who are paid care Sentinel ''. cheap price. After all it is nothing but
getting
.- the republican par in ,fees pay the jailers out of, their yourmoney's &

,,/net be from the'top;but from THE BEST LAKE FRONT lots in worth. t

ttom. Not the leaders but the fees.Of course this latter request, will Orlando :are at Schumann Heights.. \
I have six for sale. Carl Jensen.A .-
'acid'filet will_ be the agents to depend much upon the fees allowedthe t

the cementing of the party or- 'sheriffs.under the present t law, and .NICE LITTLE COTTAGE of four = Quality means cost, but everybody knows the better the
.
ioi the merits'of the can only be rooms in Highland Grove Subdi-
request t
quality
,
the
vision to Orlando. Price $700. Easy greater the durability. And it is
A dinner in honor of Uncle Joe Can11 measured by, presentlaws.ADVERTISED terms. 'Sentinel durability
t of the House .' that finally decides the net cost of J
4 .aenretmng';: : Speaker ; a purchase. Fa.
wu:.one' :of;.the' greatest: politico-so : LET3'ERS'Letters '' BUY la lot in Thornton Park a..nice .
suburb in east of the Carl
part. city.
J ; la al..functions o(the:season., Frcm remaining uncalled ,for in Jensen. : : :

e.5, far:'and 'near politicians, ,who have the Orlando postoffice for the week We have experts continually on guard in our shops to c'
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c 'served or;fought.him, gathered do ending February 24th, 1913. When FOR SALE-40 acres of fine land in see that
" y Volusia County, near 'station and you get: your money's worth. They inspect
L bin .honor, .and. fairly, ., buried him:under calling please say advertised. I' every .
- fine lake $500. Terms. J.B.
t. ; McKay l.
q... an..,avalanche of praise, congratu- Alexander Mrs. A. C. city. nut, screw, every single! part that goes into'Buick manu |

,.l*&>ng and farewell blessings. President Bran,Lillie. facture If the quality is off grade they

\Taftwas. ;present and :made, anaddress. .Bauby,-.Mrs. Blanch . WANTED-First Class Printer, capable : scrap it. If the

'.., ; The ,Chief Justice of the Bogart; .Mrs Maggie, ,at of this taking office. faremanship. Enquire workmanship is off a hair's breadth, they scrap it. It

',UwW'Statea.. also" r made ''a short Blaichett, Clara. costs us thousands, ... of dollars a.year in salaries alone, to \

; : speech' and doing so, bJ'Cke'an _age. Downing, Mrs.; S. V. FOUND-That the Sentinel reachesthe say nothing of the loss
represented in the
material
people and is read. disI
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old ewtoa, observed by former Chief Futrell, Mrs. Maude. .

' ., 'Ju.Uceeof. '-not speaking at' politicalgatherings. Harper, Mrs A. M.Hull FOR SALE-New seven room house carded. That's' the mdney we spend for the Buick 0. K.

,4 .; Mary D. Seven rooms and bath. Modern in all ;
'The address of. President Taft in Hayden, Mrs. John. respects. Lot 76x200. Price ,$2860.

r; the'Senate:last" 'Saturday, ,in,memory High, Mrs. Kittie, Terms. Address owner, care Sentinel The famous Buick overhead valve motor is guaranteed i u

of. -* late' Vice-President', _:. .- , James S. 'Jackson, Rebecca, '. FOR SALE-5% acres with five-room to have more and *
/ power more speed than
German, wmarks. .the. .first. time 'a Jones,. Mrs. A. F. : house on railroad only few hundred ,any other type (_

,President has spoken in that chamber Kirsch, Bessie 3 (: ,t feet shade from and stopping small shrubbery.place. Plenty. Ten of to of motor on the market. It will pull stronger on low grade

sfeee;'the,,days. (_Washington.A ., Kinxom, Eiflack.Loverich '. twelve bearing orange trees pears gasoline than any other type of motor ever built and the
:word of; 'trust: ,bugging" has Mrs*. C.' ( and other small fruits. Good hunt "

...stabliihed.by,'Attorney,General Leiva, Eloise.. ing and fishing, and especially suitedto fuel consumption is less. t I

Wiftadtan ,who, following his :,not _Mullen, Lizzie, % : winter those and who like come the to country Florida life for with the .4 \ i

i bk'vistoriea J In the bathtub'(and cot McLeod, Mrs. Jane Y'\'*, easy access to town. J. P. Perkins, I ,

'iiubomer'- eases,',has;Just .filed. fourWatitro6t McCullough, Mrs. John '-- Orlando, Fla.. General Delivery. : ,

; niti He:.has filed, McKeever, Mrs. Francis.MMiller.Augusta : .
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WANTED-To
: ; rent a piano till first
., 4ariag Wl:frar ytn service'81 suits H. ,'w: of, April, must be in good working ROADSTERS AND TOURING CARS, $950 TO $1650, F.O.B. ORLANDO '

r+A. againnf trust J; nineteen more than all Patterson, Mrs. R. A. order. 'Piano, care of Sentinel 1 I

:his predecessors,together.Presidentelect Ralesson, Miss Maggie .
'"'4'... ,. FOR SALE-New seven room red .' u .
: Wilson's new, book Robinson, Maggie, "" ' ' gjgggg'g "" I
j.: :-: & dence. Bargain if taken before March /
iff. on the."New Freedom",has just made Sabb, Mrs. Nancy '..); < 1st;:, E. H..Gore, 11 Gore, Ave., 2.18-6t MBB

iU. ,affttrww. On the news stands.. Shelfer, Mrs. W. H.
;: -KM' .' ROOMS Corner Hughey. and Gore Cook Automobile Co.
In ssrt tloglytmigaa :
> big busi- Shelhan, Mollie -
: .*lt.. .. : J J'T Streets,, first or second story. Mrs.F. ,
cress, severely criticises'the principle'sf .Smith, Phebe .' S. Hall. d3t I .
:r ; -the Roosevelt' party and reiterates Taber: Colis,' Mrs. \ \ I
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>, : Orlando
: OAK HILL is the beautiful subdivision .5 > ',
t his, intention ;o1L pruning thetariff Tucker, Emor Rita, Mrs. \ ' '. :, '.:' FloridaI
.',,0- to the Northeast of the city andI
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" ; ,but scouts the' idea that ,he .is.f Watson,.Mrs. L,C. \ still have some choice lots there..

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'tratkf, ..._ Steely.. '".Club...,."composed' .. of. forty Wilkins, Mrs. E.. Anna 2Wilson . ; ', WANTED-Man and wife to take j " .. '. ". .. ,'- M., r
or My;lair.pouiuaanr and wives ofeisiaeatetate t Mrs. ...4';,- '": charge' of place for one,')'earon"
w ':
'. 'j t.,1ti11_!.study Mr 1Wn.m' Williams, Press v 'y.:' .. shares. Good grove and land suitable .. ..
"The' dur- .. toraise Write or call in
s i.greatbook. State" Wilson, M. Virginia crops. per

., w. I :iag. _..tfee. next"ponth. .Anderwg. Rev.- A. C.satin n. .,'., monte son. Mrs.Springs S.,' Fla.M. Blanchard," Alta- .." I 1---- -,......itgl.--,... r........atQHAS.
< At tits close one'of moat sac Asa P. ';:; .
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w.A.Slaughter.. G.Wright .
J. N.
r cessfal;'automobile. 'shows even* heldjn'WRhingtontheagentof Alexander, A. M. :" : { ,:. ROUEN" DUCK EGGS for sale. Apply A. D. Wright i LORD. BEAD8HAWLord
; ; 1 Box 705 I
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: lead. Boss JamesBorkk .
'. '.. ; :a t' ,THE'SLAUTER

.;:.-. *'feg;:: jranufecturer.'declared' that.. if, atiie ,'>.. ;.',:':, .., WANTED' -Clean Cotton Rags the MFG.. CO... I- & Bradshaw'
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'tAe"iadustry: \iis;.to 'wcceed,"'manufacturers = .Brown. ,-',SusieBroth .( ; }i. V Sentinel Office: I t

.: must seek '
:
h instead of profits Meslie ,; :;;;. .' COMPLETE and
trying to, make big Bryant THE MOST perfect- Shipping y that 'have formed
'' '' ; ;' > ly made line of Boys Washable Foundry and' Point: we a partnership under them ,
N, :by. constantly., changing. the style oft Brown,- W. T. .
,.. t Suits south of Jacksonville Ages 3 Orlando, Fla. i above firm name for a general t
Vi ,1., ,
*n # Willie : .t
:iHadmWo* Balder ... ,.. .. to 10., Newest models and patterns.If andChattanooga
: { := Dr. Kebler United John under New York I
;According to : Barr, not prices you'll
, 'I not be urged to buy. Let me show lean. I Real Estate and Insurance
r: States;drug expert,;:more. than. 150-, Brown, Jack .
' you. J. C. Anno, The Boys Clothier, I '
f' II
Jim'
OOO'oences: cocaine: are annually Brown, > : Orlando. 2-lS-134t !

5 eonewaed :in this ,country, over ten Burlor, C. S.Carlson .,.<,..t . I business and are centrally located in a ground floor office at Xo.I i

:timee the'amount actually 'needed for ,A. R.'f.. .= A good carpenter wants' work.
' I 17 S. Orange Avenue, (formerly! occupied by Hamilton & Dunn I
'' habit ;: :' Screen work a specialty. General'I
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wedieal The : t
: purposes. drug, Cox, Angels : :
repair work done with neatness and
\hei, is no respecter of persons, Colby Halan':. dispatch. Give me a trial. Leave orders Barylarian's.Oriental :I ,Millinery), ,where we will be pleased to meet all our old friends

: xand: is today one of the greatest perilsthis Davis, Walter ' 1 > at,, Sentinel.FURNISHEQ .

.: aeantryfsites'With Fox, .,W., H :. .f' \ ArtStore i and to make new ones. I

i ,the many:>dinners ,and enter Fields, Clifton. "f q .., ROOMS to rent-Apply
{ YN honor R.. E: F ::; 416.N..Orange Ave. i Our list ofjcity and acreage property is surpassed by nODe,
tainments being given daily in Fletcher, wand
:of Mr. Taft 'and-other outgoing official .Gfllman, Jas.Godbey :. fa Latest Designs and Patterns bace
. I ,Go,toPope.rCox'a: Lunch Counter in Oriental Goods we /some exceptional'bargainl. GOME AND SEE Us.

: *, social Washington is fully T..K. '{. No. 1 .E, Pine_ St for something good is !.
'awake. ,:and the!season, which" had," a Greive, Kenneth, H. '; -1(:' to eat 12t Expert Tailoring for Lord & Bradshaw
.
beginning'proniises / Ladies and (kntlemen
fitful. : to eclipse ,Gunn, c. M. : = b
; :all, previous dinner giving., records.The Cuiler, Clarence ,: t t LOST-Somewhere no Court street, Progress Laundry for ';'
I 17 01A1TCE AVL ORLAN&0
FLA.
.} : arrival;of Lent'has" made' no appreciable Gaskin, Fred D. ; j '.' , a. small ,chain purse with some White 'Folks(Only |

;; l difference 'in the social'wo Gray, Gadle \ small change. Return to Miss Hope.. I, .. ..........-.:..sThe ...t... imam**
Starbuck ,and receive reward. : Cor..Church and Court Sts.
,;although, the:events ,are more 'Harvey, Roy .
.quiet:and:less formal than earlier in Hall,>W. R., ,'. --- -- '- t -. ,-. -

the,season. Hunter, Fulton ...,
Hunter, ha&.. .. Sentinel- 'Office.I .' SIGN pAINTING' -

DEMANDS ,OF SHERIFFS Hall, M. L. 'Y:.. Jack ,Preston will paint your j Little Tea Room
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From 'a report of. the doings of the Jackson, W. P. ;. ,. Hillcrest HAVE:A,Ave.NEW'near HOUSE.Magnolia., for sale This on sign on short notice. Good ork.1 \

'State 'Sheriffs Association is .take Jainer Carlina ._ is'a' section of the city that is rapidly No. 10 Washington, street 1 105 E.: Pme Street, Orlando, Fla.

the following paragraph. from the< Kinney, W. M. . building up wcthfine homes'and is one \
Kilphaj, Frank .: J of the best locations an. Orlando -
Times-Union. .
r Samuel : .. House h eight'rooms and bath, and .' .. "AN EXCLUSFE SHOP' FOR LADIES"
Lewis
The'Three 'Main Reforms ;' six large closets, covered porch in i .. f t tta '

But-to: immediately relieve the sit Lanarater, C. H. rear. Sidewalk on street and to rear 'I ART BAZAAR AND ,WOMEN'S EXCHANGE. FINE

nation, the' legislature will be asked MintonStephen : door. .Eleetrie fixtures throughoutStreet Wilt TEN PER CENT OFF HAND WORK. EMBROIDERIES, STAMPED "
James clayed. Lot 72 x 150. '
Mennies,
to Increase the.per diem rate for the sell on accommodating terms. Call S On GOODS., ORDERS TAKEN. FOR' HOME-
4 feeding 'of prisoners in the county I Munlin, A. J. for key at 601 Magnolia avenue, WAISTS DRESS MATERIALS -', MADE CAKES, CANDIES, JELLIES.

I jailsj-increase; of wage of bailiffs and McCormick, C. Chauncey Holt .* : LACES, EMBROIDER- ALSO CUT FLOWERS i

I guards and establish in counties a McDuffis, Henry IRS, NECKWEAR AND HOS-
+ 'salary for.jaflerst: The state"'Sheriff1 aAsaociatiop Murray, ParchellMikkelson > WANTED-To rent 3 or 4 unfurnished 1- IERTHandkerchief DAINT YREFRESHMENTS SERVED TO ORDER, t.:
Otto rooms with bath'for housekeeping '
:will: have a..called.meet, ; ; or small cottage, near postoffice. Specials 'I' Agency for

ing 'at.Tallahassee on .April ,9, ,By' Pamer, W, C. .' ,Would lease for summer. or a year if ,Readyto-!es sad.,Panama. .

.that:time. __ ,the'_ bills which'.they.deem of| PattersonOscar. : "* can find satisfactory place Man and Hats i e SPIBELLA: 'COESETS
r Geo wife No children. Address Sentinel
'" Ray, > only ''
extreme importance inrelieving .- HAMILTON ft
present
t 'Ridgewood, H. 'B.Sbingler.Baldwin. : Orlando.. Iw MISSES MRS. VAN BUSKIRK, Corsetiere
.needs:,will'have been drafted. A ' 5' DUNN .
Co. '. -
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'side,. ', resolution, which' was carried, at :' ",. 4 COMMERCIAL,;PRINTINGWe ., OrlaadeFlertaa' ..
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$ the meeting yesterday, appoints every Smith, Wm., .' 5, -
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sheriff of"the state as:'a committee of ,Smith, ,Tillinan 1-. ?. <, r.Sherry ,!: have the best equipped printing ' i t. 'S f t S S S, -:1 -: -

'one-'to's@ethe: 'senators ,and:representatives 'Stuckey,, Clefton' ',.' plant in the city,:for,doing Com
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: "of .his":'district and county Frank , ::/rt mil'clarWork: Your order, 'large:or BRIGHAM & HILL,

1 and ahemwhere 'the;requests of Rhylander, Chas. < smlll, is handled hereby trained' exports L : ; ,,
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> Tomes c. E.Wilkins :
the 'association. ,are. reasonable and .' .. whose knowledge .of the:print -.
:'z1: just 'The';association.' 'will .seek. to . J. L ', er's .art is unque8tio ed. Accurate, J '. ;11IE "

F. tfr, :show'. ,,their:'jogieal,'position on such I reliable service, prompt and courteous ( r.' .r m'K .: t 'H i EWSA'TS, i s
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, ts,,"Mis, too,;with(committees:present at ;:New'l.room howe, wiA eke6rle .treatment,to all,' that'swhyatibliahaaent this \,I' itt --
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u 'fewweks ''bath and' all modern eoavenieaeec. -own'btl.p sad ,,, -P i' : 'AI }
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:...a''...'o aonduot. WIeU"th ; '_ ,' . . : ;.; .. .
tz ; t: ',_'_. bonoable lines" are.'a : OF CLEANLINESSTHE '_ ." . : : r-: "" t ;-' \: 4.. .THE MARKET

.- ; i,,.1ai1.1exaaa@ito' y.eeasasgwtyvt" ,MAF K'l.: : '. '- .. > >; ?., )9 ,:QUALITY =
' :l ...t.. dos: ;deal:of -ad- : .
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,: :1 .,, great , F -.., '
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--tt: .&' t C and "" the":pgblk'advised, : '
t'; 'r ,boi heel: ;eenItio':' :' .d .auweray ,; line of Men and > A
,t '4S. : ; Spring : ,
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letters of enquiry, to say '
:of--.":1 royriBika' ,of. "free ,. Boys Straw Hats ;tin' all the

i{ t. zdes'i y 2 give:people ,:who.:come",to :. ; new shapes.., Nice line of
Wi country. 'over'. For these

,, "'.i SIaeei'thi," :: '.SetiB. Abe vesJn' gir-; ;Panamas for $5. My spring LEND DS YH EAR

;Sag jfcejreal estate. men a little atten., line is ,
Trouser now complete .
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;, .3 ,Cri Dan is recognized as one of the 1. in all;.new'shades.
nseet active'J menln Orlando in the real ,

K' :..we\ basine .: "He. began businessiteat'tkree .
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;r : 'and a half years'ago, and YOUR PATRONAGE HAS ENABLED US TO MAKE GREAT

CFY kk:tf orte.have.scounted for .the uftbttilding of Orlando. One of his Clark Robertson
:first' efforts was 'the;'putting on the '
.
. oarfcet,of,200;lots:;f n what is known
;as-Coacorft'Park. He.sold these lots THE PERFECT MARKET H

,o t",rapidly, and" at what seemed ,at Successor to Jerome Palmer & Co.. ti'

'iM'.time;:to be good 'prices, bat. 'as4veiy5eitien

,'of Orlando knows,' Mr. ..

x :Dann:has,had the'-pleasure'of' ,seeing ... .. .. .. .:.. ...... . . .. .. .. . . . . ... ... VISIT. US AND NOTE THE ABSOLUTELY SANITARY
L\: -- t.MM iota.double and thribble in,value METHODS WHICH GOVERN OUR HAUDLING OF

t 3 p: : ne'1e r Y f. ;; !

;Ki'J Darin 'in many- instances ,.has LET."JflT)

:. .biere3to, 'give men'their money back j 1
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;. Witk;one. hundred. per 'cent' interest., .i I Best Meats Poultry and Game
/ MHMBIMHM HBMHIHHP ,
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''... but.neverhafound: any takers, forMeets .
who have! cared to: sell : If: ,you have property to sell

If ifiai .re.; :..'.1'mori:<_tban, that il1_ al1E : t Let Jim do it. Satisfactory, Accurate Service I F

caseland:.some'Save re:Used, a profit : J ; ,

IYnf: ; three,..or:four hundred per cent: : , Y
f.." tHenceit is'not et gethat'Coneord i If: you want to buy III !\ "
; i i DEfJYERY PROMPT AND RAPID-MEANS
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OUR
: :Park has left.a: good 'taste in theaioutiw : > YOUR"r
Let Jm do it.
PURCHASES DELIVERED WHEN YOU WANT !
.j ;of'purchasers, and gives Mr. : .
r 'Dann'a food send-'otf for the new ad and Farm
( 'elition. > he is now putting on the market : City Country .Properties, ...

,in the north. ,east' part'of the city, : Lands ,Groves and Tracts '

... "which: V designated, ,as.Colonial' .. ,Parkind I I Look Over this List of Specialties
; contains 192 lots fronting on wide I LOOK AT. THESE BARGAINS

'avenue that'wiD;be'well graded and : Twenty:acres,,, 10 acres of which is in bearing orange :
-5 'clayed'at once. :In'this new addition : grove, and balance. 10 acres ,in timber land, five-room : PERFECTION ALL-PORK SAUSAGE CHOICE GRAIN FED POULTRY

rs reetrietioim.Abe': put:in 'the deeds, I cottage, located three miles from city, price 300000. ALL VARIETIES OF CHOICE MEATS CHOICE DUCKS AND GOSLINGS

:,. 'as'.to fee, ,.character. .. ,of..',.the house,that : 'Twenty-five ,acres, 10 acres of bearing grove, 600 iI: SELECT. OYSTERS FRESH FISHParlor
I.v*:,-ire:-to'be.ceastructed' "'anij a' uniform : trees, five-room house and barn, located Ion lake front,

property;ikie'.wiir:be:,observed; in tie : four miles from city, price $4,000.00. ,

: 'plapeg' .of_ :.new, :,buildings. Several I ,Thirty acres, 15 acres in grove, 1000 trees, 15 acres
;: new t ,his- of very pretty- pattern will* : of fine farm and vegetable land located on lake front, .

,be' bwlt immediately1 by purchasers, : four and half miles from city, price'$5,000.00.Fortyacres . Market
of virgin pine'timber land of fine fruit and
and Colonial Park, will. no.doubt, share.
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:> ;the' -
I :OaeCmatter Xn connection.with i JMr.Dann'i'promotion ;city,price $2,000,00.Twenty : ,
; > of new additions acres of lake front' land near city suitable for : '

x that k'[:worthy.'especial notice and sub-division. Price 380000. I : .
I is::c _Bd ble, is;;;his .insistancft on .Forty-five acres, five'acres in bearing orange grove, .: H. M. SELF & CO. : :

t,, ;goo
mean1. of;fetting,a,number{of' miles .city; price $1,500.00.v No. 18 20 East Pine Street. ; .' . .. .: PHONE NO. 80,
: of. g
:., ,Penee. ,. "ii,Hr.' ..n.and- ..lde. ,associates. ::, and one-half' acres with.twelve-room' house' located .
a {tbey1aret|,going to;continue the ,near.city, price.$1,500.00.;,

'g}"<> -iek by,biildtng'good'roads" out ; Twenty acres with bearing grove: of''300 trees., small ., -
::10'"Cial""jerk'".Read" "', "u''h'' \theThea3Deinae'a'booster house.and. .barn. .. price $2,800,00. . -
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.' i. : who does C. Uui_If fJPUF. ,S'ORE.ORANGEAYENUE .
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'.1 not}leav digaatiHfaction. in,his,:.ri.ke. " : J' ".IIIII'II'II. I'I"IIIIIIIIIII.IIIII"THH"NHV .
s '.* "><; *<' ; '1 ''' . ._-,-_: !
.; ABa,uu*;ie Worthi. mach to a .community. - -

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a ', believe in:placing.credit where

; ,credit is due;:'and,if can be*truthfully KlANDO BANK a TRUST! COMrANfI

,' ,,mom I aid of offbairuing Mr.. Dann that.many"he,has jeojle. been to 'Or-the' : \ A H T RE

: 'ludowhobuilt i good homes'andbe-
'" :ame; valuable/leas 'to Or1&fido. art .Sflrptas aid UrtivMd Profits $120,<....<.X.):
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What he did for Concord Park he ando i Cor. South and Hughey Sts. Total Resources over Three-quarters of a MiJUoB. .
; or,even;better,for Colonial .Park,
p -fof tke'former was his maiden_effort :
The'activities; of three" ,years ,have WE BUY FOR CASH AND SELL FOR CASH. WE Report of the Condition of Orlando
KEEP OUR EXPENSES DOWN AND CONSEqUENTLY i t Bank
ncl''h : and Trust Co., Condensed
; hk .will
judgment .
ripened. ,. r I
CAN KEEP OUR PRICES DOWN
. ColonialPark.t From Report to
: work:oaf pis beaatifving Comptroll
dW r
: atwlll make *one of the Feb.4
'i Our Pro&e No. is er 1913 ,
of Orlando. )
beautifoliresident: 'section
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r. RESOURCES
citizen ,will, wish him 'well in -
; ,
Every' And an Order 'will Have Prompt Attention, and will be .. .. Loans and.Discounts .....$393,16l05

tJ.CirI'a". .. Delivered to Any Part of,the City. .. Overdarfts ..........,... '193. 3Stocks ,
? .Motto JI, "Keep you_eye on '
and Bonds ....... 26,018.33
," Watch make Colonial '
Dann him, '
; ; D. B. Real Estate Furniture '
RAYBON, Proprietor ORLANDO, FLA. and
!r. 'Park.grow_.and double up, in value; Fixtures ... ......,... 25,853.44
-'" .. Cash on hand and in Banks 215,084.83
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ESPECl : .
RESOLUTIONS OFWhereas -
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,,'the SupremeGrand; Master ,
; I k LIABILITIES
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,: has jwen{fit in" 'hf s:infinite. ,wisdom'toemoye InsuranceBest Capital Stock ...........$100,000.00Surplus ')
.:- from:ourmidst. -. .our. dearly. and Undivided

; 'beloved fBrother;Charles S. Guernsey; I .' Profits ... ........,.. 22,832.33'Deposits

.. and 9 i ... .......;.... 537,418.85
Whereas, our,heads_and hearts are ..
aithgiref because of onr Companies :
,bowed per- ; $sso, lL1s
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f ,aonal.loesyet; ..' "I
Lowest Rates, -
0f : : V . \t'
'Wh reas cwe..;realize that He:;who 'N We invite the attention of our customers
b govenwjhe',Heavens- as"well:,as the ;;Honest Losses Promptly and friends to our statement r

earti. .. .,doeth all things well. and- ,,has above and wish to, assure them that '
.only-;: translated' ow,', beloved Brother Adjusted' and Paid we appreciate their, patronage and !

from:.'this ,imperfect :to that all-per- ask for a continuance same.

i, ;:!fect,;glorious''and',:'Celestial Lodge Don't.forget that our deposits are ;

,, all hope.to arrive,for : insured.
-s jkbove where we - -
Therefore' :8. T. .1 A ,invitation 1cordial 1\
.eternity.: (it Way extended to )
l;.::{' ." Resolved, thatvOrlando I Lodge No. visitors in ,our city to call and open
". .66 F.:4'A.Mbowi: in reconciled griefF ..sIN CmnsMd., Suit tM CnttT iff..".. an account with u*., _

t".r'ltII.an extend:;our.sympathy7tota LIpiIs .a n
,Phone, '172. 23 .South. OrangeAve.
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: e;hirMTed'laaWl'. ; from. whose' '.- _' < . 0 O I ---
i., bosom:he has bee 'removed,.and y

t ,Be it E eived.that a copyoftheseOntheminutes - '"

.r sohiti ebe.:.. '.sf e : MHHitttillMIIMIHIIF
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I. tkii'Cottmaaktion;' and'a. ' < J.B.McKAY,
of copy UNDERTAKER ITs ANTTHING IN

r ."fu.reiei i 1thi" :", :'family :and e"'press.B ,'... ' ... "' ; ...:., :t. :.ARMSTRONG. .. ".. ',Oscar:Hand", CONTRACTOR AND .
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; .SQLOMON, >> OrLdo' DRUGS PHONEDeLANEY BUILDER.
PICTURE;
jM1JS1JC FRAMER of
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1SYLVANRMcELROY, '& Seriated All Work.. '
SonSic '
:L.. a..THORNTON,, ,PINE' )._ _'8TRE. : \ : DRUG Prices That Are'an.
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f t Committee., =eers : R Hand : Ind Iit. ,.,
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\\! 1..:, : HI I Hit mi i i HI i Hit ;I :FULL OF. I. .

':laid "of KareL'.__.. .. ... ; PLETE HOUSE FUR I. '
nat0 tM.1nt. \SEE SLAUTKR'S NEW Y :'' f '-' r ,
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c :sgcIETy.' ; ':N'OTES' Opeat x..ORLANDO. Sand/;. -.

: HL, in the,Orkado ,

I ," :. : : Df. S'1f....... t."w- ,Chautauqua, The,
'C. ing,talent for the fifth
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:..." .... NUMBH ...ociiTT' rorroi I ," ." .': ;., .
-p- ; _.. Oise Ne bir / ' '11 JtaUcMt Nukr. MlMfl Bishop.John H. '1n ;:: .' : '

; the, Chautauqua m ,. .
r If%:NOTKfr-Kotic*.toy*..Social 'aa Woaart" Deirts.il eta e.eea '.
"nsieNedw,lb:.8od ly Mtor'by JeWIIr.of, UM.tborito telephooi. JIaJ1 Dr. Kerr Boyce .f :s._ .:.
;,.. ;tte fioektf B thtor; cart Seatbel Notieci of soda! fractions preacher and lecturer. :" ,'{:
'-1... .,, dill;:sa.elisi. :.efam*_f Hwn s,and "ptber.items.of, social interest ihodd. U ',Julius ,Caesar '' . -.' "- 1
L t-INiNe1- to this.dseartIsnt .it'MOO.u-'ter"'oecnr in order that,their. newi, than, in two"new
r ,;: ottawoirad.B06AUND .: : '
,A. W. (Sunshine) ; : ; < .
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-' strong and humorous. CANAL '
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Miss Meddle 0. "

; CLUB ENTERTAIN Can Orlando ever hope to ,be the.: resentative of the .

,. -- ?THIS AFTERNOON propsperous city it should be with I qu a. : ,.:t: .
Dr. Carolyn Geisel :
'i such,a handicap to overcome? "
: .t-The< ladies"of the hospitality com- J. C.HOWELL talks. */"1. "
:
v\ Rtee"of' the Rosalind' "J> -- Dr. Geo. Summy in '
promise a novel STAMPS E.
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s etertainmenVt at the dub rooms this PABLO ,BEACH PLAY HOUSE platform manager. :. '"
afternoon in pUce of the usual,,Th rs- Readers c-'
f day.:afternoon card .pa iy. A number I Florida is fast becoming the winter Edward Vance* ;:; : ,':/:' ,

,if yoBfig people,have promised to look play ground of the world. Each year terpreter of his own ..',, ;? .
: : tkfeagh old .trunks long:stored away brings an increasing number of well Miss Gay Z. secured later onM ..: o. ':

.pad 'having;found. quaint costumes to do people from all parts of the tive recitals of famous Post Office but, aT.t., . -- ,..,.{': ,
Miss Jeanette : ; '. :
l'WtfR: by -their gra6thera''lO"dontfcae globe who wish to' enjoy Florida's Kling', they can only be-, :, ..:.f ': \
.- ..aMIpPear. .at"tJ e'dub.. winter- climate. successful reader. at the *:' i i:. '
:Daring::the- afternoon "the guests .Every wide awake community makes Music and ,-
will be entertained with the much loved a study of'how best. to entertain our Rogers Goshen Band

.,' ,'" ,: lOngS' of bygone. days. o, winter visitors a fovorite organization.
J :* .r -. Pablo Beach Jacksonville is makingan tauqua. ,
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Fellows Grand
,ANYENING WITH MRS:HINCH- effort to increase its popularity I combines high class [ BANK
MAN by building a great pier reaching six : NATIONALi
..... I i'.i ... - 1f '."'" hundred feet out into the surf and this alent i '

;: -social function pier will be one hundred feet'wide.. Commonwealth,
i/v.er'! pleasant oe5 ,i
Ii' : 4.at the,home of Mrs. Hin Oman The construction will, be of' steel l and I era rood as quartette; I -4e-MieaIe Iuk"

,on Eat AwU> *.AYf, nu Miss Mother
Thlrga
capital of $100,000 has the matterin where
in'ch the following guests
par-
: let with a voice of
-, ,tiefpated:. Mr ,,and' ., Mrs., R,, :\t hand.Details Rosani, the famous your every reqiiremeit
>Hammond, Mr.tad Mrs.: W.L_ Han- of the CompanyA in himself.
a class\( by
.- franchise has been
thirty-year se-
j ne Mi s ,Edith Garard, Doctor Call at once at the
Hawkias; Mr. and Mrs cured from the town of Pablo. The
Casper Top- & O'Neal's and
.t, liff.and Mr.:A.A. Feiitl.' ;The affair pier will be located at the foot of : -

: ;" .sa'aninforma4ocial: : gathering,but Railroad avenue. In construction it Descriptive programs ...
.the. feature "of, the evening' was the will be_ of.steel and concrete through .
r :singing of Mrs: Haanaca,,who poss s-- out. The '"ground" or "waterline"floor It's better to blow
will be used for dressing rooms I than to blow a
see a weet soprano' voice that shows
for bathers, all the rooms to be equip
,
and culture.
The.
training' guests Subscribe for the ,
t were.delighted;with",her, singing and ped along the most modern and sanitary '
J: ,expressed the.wish. that her voice lines. The real first' floor will
;sight he'heard'in'some of the church contain the area of rooms used by ;

; ,choirs o(the:city ,next Sunday., concessions of one sort and another, ; ; I
rS'E ,
including recreation room for women'
-"" and children dancing pavilion one
f .MR. AND. :MRS. MATHER SMITH
<' hundred feet square, and a fishing pier
ENTERTAIN provided with davitsand dots.

Theater Planned
K In the Green Room of the'San Juan The second floor will contain an up- Tell your troubles .
,- Tuesday'night, Mr.' and Mrs. Mather to-date theater and cafe. Motion He will'get reliable

;:; .Smith entertained a party of sixteen. picturesand other features will.be on line of
of their.friends,in a manner:befitting the program always. The cafe will Phone
'such/gaod people and greatly the be one which will accommodate in'an

'et.j J.ent.o'fth: favored friends. up-to-date manner at popular prices,
The San Juan is a popular place for !individuals, parties and even conventions --- CROWS
t such.pleasant,special'parties, and ,Mr T
'" \ ;.aad Mrs. Smith have: mastered the 'In'the general design of the struc- IIIIIII

art of entertaining. ture, the mission effect will previaL
The front will have large towers of
,AUTO PARTY TO DAYTONA
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steel and stucco construction, the' general -
entrance arch being of about
'' ')lr., ,and, Mrs.::, James .Laughlin, seventy feet. The towers will be forty .NEW i and
:.x ,Third, Mr." and,Mrs.Thomas Hopper feet high and concrete approaches and packing our
; ad Mrs. H. L Beeman"motored In Highland
-a : : over steps fifteen feet wide are to be builton
.to,Daytona yesterday for a,few days of the
} : each side of the towers, thereby New Fresh Stock advantage
at the Beach:
enjoyment. from the
giving free access to and Groceries. Our

4 4 pier. Low and our shown
.ONE CAUSE FOR THE HIGH LOST .Will Cost $60,000A We Deliver to as by

--. OF LIVING IN- .ORLANDO't' parking space will arranged in of the City. A
r T"""" "" front of the structure for automobiles. Order to 325,
A. great- deal has been said pro and Electric lighting systems will, be used Goods.
c t' ,con,.of late,'concerning the high.cost effectively about the approaches and
: of living Orlando and a great many the buildings in general The con- OIL, AND I Tai Prices
winter',visitors. have, informed' us that struction the pier will cost approx-
Orlando is getting the reputation of imately $60,000. The,concessions will YOUR ,
being ahlgh"prieed town. Undoubtedly be leased,to different firms and indiv-
: :there isfsome truth, ,.in. these.state iduals from time to time, but the
,meats; People who have to pay grocery company ,holding the property will f
; and furniture bills are astonished have a board of supervisors at all --

at the dire'rence.i in prices here and times to boost the class of attractions. of Shoes'marked
k northern, cities of the same size. .
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ELIJAH
y :The chief reason for this difference in
WEATHER REPORT of Reduction for
1 f price-! may be:chiefly. accounted forby'the'following Funeral
f ..___
: letter to Mr. G. H. and
;i 'Tinklepaugh,:of.'Sodus, N. Y., now Local rains and thunder storms
Hand Block, Pine
spending the winter in Orlan lo.. Thursday and probably,Friday, coolerin REDUCTION

-- New York Central and Hudson River northern portion Friday, ". ,',. ,, ,, I
Railroad Company I III

.. Sodus: ; N. Y, Jan. 9th, 1913.
,Mr. G.H.Tinkl.Paugh, be reduced $10-
Sodas; N. Y.; I ,
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Dear SinReferring;- Our BED TAG
to our conversation regarding Is Thursday YourSHOPPING
rates on apples in car-load '
lots:,to_ Sanford' Orlando and Tampa, will meet that end.

Fla. Am advised by Mr. West that i
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the.rates from"Ji kaonville to Sanfordis
16c to Orlando 35c Y
to Tampa .15(
Our rate to Jacksonville is Sic routed I Nothing reserved.
via New;' York and the.Clyde Steam- If it is don't forget to include ,

-= ahip Co Yours respectfully, the crowd to-day for
this have wide your
A. MORGAN Agent. .,store, as we a

In speaking.to Mr..'Tlnklepangh regarding and extensive, assortment at '
;. :the above.letter we were informed ,
; ,that:the ,all .rail rate from We always{ make it ,a point
Sodas to Jacksonville was forty-three "
the l ladies We buy:
ceate a'.hundred 'weight, 'Just think to. please. ,
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for;a moment.of bringing a carloadof .
to suit their tastes
apples ,all,the way from,Lake Ontario ,i f *

.to, Jacksonville .a 'distance of .
'about. two'thousand miles, ;.for;forty 'We,have been in Orlando long enough "
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three 'cents hundred, and charging S.tore. '
.' tbity4vecents'} for carrying 'the their tastes and wants. and buy accordingly. .

{:i.liaae weight. from Jacksonville 'to are.the, real,reasons why we always please.

,Orfaoio, a distance of about;two hundred _ : !\ f- _) ,
raa**. 'But this is not the..most
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of. ,jtT.. 'Hie: railroads .from. .",Jacksonville
: [
0. [
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to;Taayn: will,,'carry.a hundredweiffct ...
:z > 'between; those ',two'citiefl "for

;:-dseky'tocharge ftftewj--.!. etfitewaik, ,, ;tMrty-five:they;have''c the. Dt.I:au-to 0:. DoE 'POST.. OFFICE : ; S ;IN I I(

-; o ',rtrry!tie...'. aaf,e:;weight!:,about'.' ',,from, MIttke'dii. 'Jacksoovtte .- e : l8111,1 .

+ to. Othsrfo, !l-;c ., ,:;- :-: ':>. i. ,_, ,;: "'.. .'_ ,L"' ,: ., _",'. .. . __ ; ( ?

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