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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: March 2, 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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fa'y WOODROW, WILSON NOW' A 'PRIi' LOVETT LOST HIS LIFE MANY PROMINENT FIGURES IN REPORTS SHOW MANY BANDS SATURDAY WAS A BUSY DAY REMAINDER OF MADEKO. ,
;r FAHL
[17 '.' PATE CITIZEN OF THE UNITED WHILE DOING HIS WORK- WASHINGTON WILL BE MISSED I TO HAVE BEEN CONQUERED AND CROWDS THRONGED THE ILY i
WHO
? : ARE NOW
\y 'fSTATES.: FELL FROM BICYCLE. AFTER ,NEXT MONDAY. | THROUGHOUT MEXICO. j t STREETS LAST NIGHT REFUGEES
IN
CUBA.
r. ) eiah.to The;Sentinel;: Special to The, Sentinel Special to the SentinelWashington 'Special to The Sentinel

,t..I,! ,Trenton. N.,J., March lv--Woodrow Jacksonville, Fla., March 1.-Caught ,, D .C., March 1.-A I I Mexico City, March 2Gen. Cheche A winter visitor said to a Sentinel Special to The Sentinel .

0.WilSOD:, .. ceased;to,'be governor' of NewVi beneath the forward truck of an Ortega : number of men who have been con Campos and, his force of 1,200 men, representative yesterday that the rush Mexico City, March 1. Francises

j ;Jersey .today.- Until next Tuesday, car, Claud Lovett, a small white spicuous in the life of Washington thoroughly seasoned by a year's ser- of business at the groceries and meat Madero, senior, father of :the: ass, .
a.
.t .when ,he becomes president of the boy about 13 years of age, was in. during the past decade or more, will vice in Orozco's army, will join ,the | markets was really amusing, and at nated president, Ernesto, his brother ,

'United States,'he will be private ciUMr. stantly killed at 10:30 o'clock this retire from public life Monday, so far 11 I government troops under Gen. Au. his request visited some of the busi- former minister of finance, and aS;

,f $ ,ieiL" ,morning. Motorman W. G. Mizell, as their representation in the United :I bert, in a campaign against the rebel ness houses and witnessed the pro- members of their party, now fugitives

r: .'Wilson filed his resignation to !the car driver, was temporarily held States senate or house of representatives -1 governor, Carranza, in. the state of cedure. in Cuba, will be brobght back to Mo-

:take. effect at noon yesterday, He in. the s.-;::1I's office, and is under a I is concerned. The change makesa I Coahuila, according to war depart- The first place we visited'was Dick- ico City for trial) ;.

r'. planned to be,on hand to witness ceremonies $250 bond I difference in the voting strength of ment advices today from Torreon. son & Ives, where a large force of '! The Huerta government will "

at 'which Senator James Claud Lovett was a delivery boy in the upper and lower houses of congress With this additional force, General clerks was so busy they could not stopto and punish the remainder of prosecute the

RFielder, ,'president of.the state, senate, the employ of Frank Powers the pro- putting, of course, the demo.crats Aubert will have approximately five I look at their friends, and boxes and family who were prominent in I

;i .; ,would begin governor. prietor of a grocery store: in West in power. Of the entire mem- thousand men in his column and I packages for delivery were piled highon ernment affairs on charges {that tiff gn-

r 'Mr.. Wilson leaves .the governorship.of I Riverside. He was taking a large bership of 96 senators, 63 will hold should have little difficulty in suppressing I every turn, and men were hustlingto offered money to Zapata and his fol 0

'New. Jersey,' after an activity of load of ,provisions to a customer of over after March 4. The terms of 32 t the revolt. Carranza is supposed get them to the wagons at the back lowers to remain hostile to the '' :

c 'two::years .devoted chiefly to the accomplishment the store at which he was employed, senators expire Monday. The oppo-t to command only 2,000 men. door, while customers stood awaiting ernment after the execution of gct- J

of','far-reaching program when he met his death this morning.The sition forces, including both republicans : Alberto Guajuardo, a commander of I their turn. cisco and Suarez. Zapata also Frll'I slid .

4 *, *;'of'.reform.. -set' forth in :his inaugural accident occurred at the corner and progressives, have 11 sena- irregulars and a close friend of Car' At John Rowland's the clerks were he had been offered money to remain

=. address when.he.took office in of May and Gilmore' streets. Eye witnesses tors, but the democrats claim they ranza, has joined the Coahuila rebel complaining of their corns because the hostile to Huerta and Diaz. '1

;) Janaary. ,. ,1911.. I to the small boy's death, say have clinched their hold on the upper- lion. He occupies, with six hundredmen crowd of customers that were wedg-' The government- -n_ -ha_* *ij *L-
..l'' :Most-of'the reforms which Mr.. Wilson that Claud was riding his wheel in a house so firmly that they fear' no'' the mining camps at La Esper- ing their way around among packages Cuban authorities to o the;;Madem)!.CU UK

has advocated he has accom.. southerly direction, and that Ortega combinations of opposing forces with i anzas, Musquiz and Ahuita. and baskets insisted on stepping on for extradition.In .

i '. pushed notably the revision', of :the car 105 was coming north"to town. possible breaks within their own Francisco Villa, who has.re.entered their toes. the Maderist party in Cuba ut

state laws governing corporationsandtr Claud was riding his wheel in the ranks. Mexico, is thought to have joined former At the bakeries bread was rolling in several Madero politicians who aba

;monopolies,:',.workingmen's compensation center of the other track" which was Governor Maytorena, of the state and out. Loaves coming in from the will be brought back. All imolved

acts,: a; radical extension of the clear. The boy turned his wheel to PROPERTY IN GEORGIA, FLORIDA oi Sonora, who is in possession of back way and loaves going out the the alleged offenses, should they k

9 powers of the public utilities commission avoid going through a pool of water AND ALABAMA SUFFERS' .Agua Prieta, Nacozari and Frontera, front door. found guilty, are regarded as certaa

state-wide primary ws extending 'in the street, and in doing so his HEAVY LOSS. i j on the international border. to be made to'suffer the extreme
At the Model Grocery Sightler Bros. pen
., ;:the system to all elective officers, heavj ,basket slipped to one side, I I i Official reports state that 3,500 rebels threatened alty.Most
with breakdown
= including congressmen, United States throwing him beneath the car, past Special to the Sentinel.Atlanta : have surrendered in the states of were a nervous daring depredations
Ga. March 1. Three contino.
as each customer insisted be-
per-
senators. and the governor, and astringent the motorman.., and in front of the for sons are known to have perished, sev-I I Puebla and Vera Cruz, 1,900 in the ing waited on first. on to be committed by rebel bands at '

corrupt practices act, governing ward truck. He was dragged about state of Mexico and a number of the more important states despite
eral injured and property valued at tie
,'" primaries and elections. |thirty feet before ,the car could be S i several hundred thousand dollars was II small detachments in many of the Mr. Raybon, who keeps a groceryon submission of many hostile leaden

The chief ,reforms,,which Mr. Wilsonproposed [brought to a stop, and it is said that other states. South and Hughey streets, wherehe and stern repressive measures instituted
damaged by a severe wind and rain
but.:did not obtain at i it was necessary, to "jack up" the car storm which Alabama i' With the surrender of Alberto Fu- supplies a large residence district, by Huerta.
swept Georgiaand
'
,the present'session of the l slature'l i to remove the crushed body.' He died Florida' today. entes D, at Aguas Calientes, the management was sweating like a coon at a water- The election of Felix Diaz to tit

for instantlyfSTETSON of the National Railways ex- melon cutting.J. presidency is
bill providing made
fl' include a certain today
The only known fatalities occurredat fcf
1.. mksio&s, ,an amendment' to, the primary I Omaha, Ga., where three negroes I I pects soon to open the Central line E.,Carterwho operates the High- the decision of the Liberal Democraticclub

.'laws known as the Wisconsin COLLEGE LOST TO I to Juarez. Repairs will be necessary land Grove Grocery, was sending groceries to name De la Barra,
candidate
killed when in which
were a building !
"i" ,choice' voting and i| ROLLINS. '; at Escalon.and Rodriguez. to the whole north. end of the I. for the
system of;/second ] presidency, vice-president
r they were working collapsed during m
endorsement of the amendment ______ I Gen Felipe Angeles who 'was this i the Diaz ticket.
the,,[( I] .1 the height of the storm, and in Cren-]I city.At This gives Diart

c for,,direct election of United States j:1 f Special DeLand to the, Fla.Sentinel. March: 1.By the I I Shaw county, Ala., where Rufus Sum- week appointed military! attache to II, Slemons' dry goods store the chief opponent a place in the gp" ...
'' ) ''Wilson' that,,be- was today formally charged seekers were so numerous that'even ernment
f senators:;_ lr. hopes, 'erlin. killed in Belgium,
of 11 to 3 Stet niver- was a building collapse.
large score ori.p level-headed docile Phil
: lookedworried.
j I our ,
of The
:this with he "unwarranted execution next
1 forethelegislature, adjourns program great demonstration
,t f Greatest damage in Georgia la
..r.t sky ,ball.:club losttoRoUins'College! ,] property, the Mexico
completed.1 1 Miguel Garduna, during fightingin I City in
will .be celebration
at Winter Park, yesterday ft rnoon., I occasioned by the storm was reported -I At F. N. Boardman's the force of of the over
I throw
ced: that president the capital. of Madero
as
He has 'ann ur in the southern section of the will be the welcoming '
Bane did the stunt for the I
;' the States he -wouldcontinue pitching I Garduna's uncle is of the clerks, under the direction of Mr. of Porfirio
of United I governor Diaz who
At Ga. i will return
'J : visitors and ,his work in roundof state. Milledgeville, many
every Boardman, were hustling with the from
to'fight 'if necessary, for the I state of Mexico.A exile in Egypt to
,
his
demolished. Twelve assume old
,
buildings were
noticeable. His
the'game was briskness of lot of fire laddies under
a
bill Ii position in
commission the
enactment of the jury I and
ii keenness toward'the bases while occupied -: female prisoners were injured when 1 army exercise hit
the of their chief.
around, which strong opposition, has eye iron hand in behalf of his
f DEMONSTRATION.On .
: the state structure at that place col- PATHETIC nephew
and his heady pitching while .
centered... The.othermeasures" it is At the banks the people were lined
in close places is what avoided several'runs lapsed. T
without up with their hands full of chink
law
.believed,: will become children in the the of his arrival Dr.
Forty Nopewell news
muCh' difficulty ,the, democratic from being chalked up againsthis I ready to pour into the tills for safe MUTILATED IN PALACH
_as side. school, near Milledgeville, had a mi- Friedmann was besieged by applicantsfor .
-
t majority ,of the legislature, ina re- raculous when the building treatment at' his hands. They keeping.At -a
was Special h
Lee was selected to represent the escape to the SentineL "
I N. P. Yowell's of
'cent:conference ,with the governor, local institution in the box and his blown down. Only one child was in- have flocked to him) not with the conviction clerks dressed an array lady Havana. Cub!,. _lfaP"__.M. i. _Thdt Mss'I
agreed ,to pass them jured. that he would cure them but: so cleverly and so quickof dero, former president .and.1; I
,work was only fair. It appeared as t action greeted the customers wit) ,
r. ,.', in the hope that he might. They are I } were assassinated and
: if the Mason performers were too 1 so much politeness that they looked horribly. mutilated
'
r' WILSON LEFT ,PRINCETON much for him to handle, for the Rol- WILL PROBABLY PASS. all clutching at the chance, not the like an of suffragette artists in,the national palace instead of

IV ,- lins boys started their run getting in I certainty, that he'/nay prove to be the while Mr.army Yowell and Mr. Davies, being killed in the rear of the:'penitentiary

j. 'Special to, Tbt..SenttaeL the, second inning and only skipped Special to the Sentinel healer for whose coming mankind has looked on with a 7x9 smile. in Mexico City, is the statement

f. ,. Princeton, N., J., March L-With, a three rounds without tallying. t Nashville, Tenn., March 1.-Liquor i so long prayed. Over at the millinery stores Marion made here by Francisco Mtderl.

... touch 'of' sadness, in his voice Presidfnt I interests of this city are in no sense I No one yet'knows the nature of Dr. Ives moved about with the swiftnessand Sr., and Ernesto, brother, who wa

::r' tii Wilson tonight addressed I alarmed by the' passage of, the Webb Friedmann's secret No body of scientists finance minister in his brother's cat

is .t' three .J u aid of his 'neighbors, U. S., FOR MEXICAN PEACE. bill over Taft's veto in the house 'today I anywhere has yet indorsed his I grace of an old bachelor at a ;net. The fugitive Madero family ar

i; ,tOwnafolks and students from the and which will become law. In method. The Friedmann remedy, young girl's wedding as he escortedthe rived here last night and today,* -sn

i' porch of his hom. He said that he Special to the Sentinel the larger cities of Tennessee no locker what it may be, is still one of the fair sex around among the bowersof friends an astounding version o? the
Mexico City, March 1.-A requestto artificial flowers so real in
-l, felt -more sense of possession \his clubs exist. Saloons are and have mysteries of the profession here and appear- killing. x
the of the United States to
people that he had
ance to hire small
a boy
; plain cottage: here.than ever, he could been running !in open violation of the in Germany, But little as is known According to the Maderos Francis
extent "all possible aid and ,
the
encourage- to keep hummmiag birds out of
feel in.the.White House which he wassoon state-wide prohibition law. In rural about it, to diseased and desperate co Madero and Suarez were set
the Mexican in their R
ment to people the store, while it was apparent that upon ;
,. Wilson was plainly however flour and the reported discovery late at night in
to. occupy efforts to establish good government"is districts, bootlegging I men women Misses Hamilton and Dunn had madea the palace, murdered,
,affected by the,tribute paid him by his contained in resolutions publishedby ishes. is a ray of hope and they graspat then their bodies placed in automo-
1 I successful effort to establish
home.town., the American colony in Mexico i It is the'plan of the regular demo it passionately.It a ver- biles and rushed to the .penitentiary. itable Garden of Eden for the seekers
'Mrs.Wilson and Miss Jessie Wilson today. crats, who control the.legislature now 1 pathetic to think of'the eager- Just.as the machines whirled around
City after Easter bonnets.S. .
r watched .the assembling;; the crowd under perfect alignment perfected i ii ness with which sufferers all over the the corner of the penitentiary a take
The Americans had
a mass meetinglast Y.. Way had his head buried in
p.. from..small 'windows on the second the i during recess, to repeal the manufac civilized world have followed the news attempt at rescue was.staged, several
night. Speakers ,deprecated' I insurance policies like an ostrich has
', ,floor. turers' law prohibiting the manufacture . that a remedy for consumption had ; shots were fired and the kTiiet
of articles in the' United
publication buried
< its head under its
wing.
r.fi Late f Wilson was presented with a States misrepresenting the Mexican of liquor in Tennessee, when the:. been found. It is tragic picture the Col. Bradshaw dumped into the prison yard. Word
was so busy writing
.. loving cup by citizens Princeton. people. Statements that during thestreet general assembly reconvenes :March anxiety with which in countless homes real estate contracts that unwittingly was then sent to guards in 'front d F
17th. It is thought the bill has a good( the outcome of Dr. Friedmann's dem- the penitentiary that the men wAre
-<< ,
: I American citizens
I ,fighting he had
put a Hawley's Straight
cigar
:. VICTIM.. chance to onstrations in New York is awaited I shot in a fight with
;4 ONLY' ONE MORE sought ,safety ,under the British flag pass. in. each side of his mouth and was a rescuing party.
:
If they prove of no value, it will mean
were also denounced. pounding the typewriter (the ma-
;.'; sal to;the Se&Uad PEACE IN SIGHT. despair to those who want'to believe.
Omaha,' Neb, March, ,1. An all. United! States Ambassador Wilson Science'Has worked its miracles. It chine) like a dutch pipe organist at while he.smilingly greeted today.
was praised by the gathering for "no- early mass. Mr Branch, the bureau of
search firemen information
:
night by police and. I Special to the Sentinel will still work more. Thus far the >
f additional ble and patriotic services. Scruggs & Dickson were putting to whom everybody wltk'
I
a ; 'brought to light only one London, March Abandoning its awful plague' that every year levies goes
s victim of, yesterday's fire in ,the prohibitive stipulations Turkey has I its, toll of lives by hundreds of thou- suits, onemen that fit closer and their inquiries, was patiently answer
t believed DENIES NAVAL ACCIDENT. I in the smoother than an automobile mortgage ing questions and directing
> Dewey hoteL Although it was placed its cause matter 'of sands has baffled the powers of sci' I waiting
)
a score lost their lives in the '- peace with, the Balkan allies entirelyin :ence. But human faith is never beat. : on the home.E. customers to various parts of tig

flames,' only four thus fir'are ac Special to the Sentinel. the hands of the European I G. Duckworth was giving the store, while Will produced the records
jwwers. en, and so long as science persists in
: Washington D. (X, March 1.-Rear
counted for. It is believed direct peace negotiations its efforts, it will be cheered on by the people fits from which they would that removed all doubts ,as to what

The, ,'one' body uncovered. 'was be- Admiral Fletcher, commanding .the. will be resumed speedily.: faith of those who hope.against.fail never recover, but he said they: were kind of a music .box you wanted.
off Vera Cruz ;
American squadron
lieved to be that of Miss Alice Benne- and,fight on after disappOintment. fits,of'worth and he wouldn't duck. Sunny Jim. Crawford said that :it

'! Vie,;,. sister, : of the wife;of the ,hotel Mexico,.in a dispatch to navy. department FIRE'IN NEW ORLEANS. -ure New'York World.MATCHING 'The ,Parlor Market looked like a was offering such bargains in real i state -
denied
a; today, emphatically Chicago packing ,house, with. meats that strangers who did not knor
( proprietor. -- ----- ,
.. |published! reports that one person had! his
"I I Special to the Sentinel piled three' stories high.At reputation for square dealing
, TAFT AS A' GUEST, been' killed and, three injured by the New Orleans, La., March L -Fire of COAT AND HAT. Kincaid & Snowden's so much were accusing him of stealing his real

f.r f't ....;..- explosion: of a shell from one of the unknown origin on.thetop: floor of the The Dry Goods Economist says thata was doing that we asked if they were estate. : r

;.t "., Special to thi Sentinel battleships during target'practice yes Grunewaid,hotel,early tonight did ten clever/idea which is again being exploited outfitting a:hotel or had made a contract While at the Arcade Restaurant the

s Washington, D. C., March 1.-Prof. terday. thousand dollars damage. All guests by a coat manufacturer this with a matrimonial bureau.At hungry'horde swooped down upon thetan

.,; ,William: HowardVTaft/ of Yale-:will i- escaped uninjured.At season is to match coat and'hat".For McCu oeh'.s ;Department Storewe colored waiters like a Bulgaria

",'k:2 take '.lORcheoIr-with President Wood. :EXCELLENT. .PICTURES.By ., instance, ,sport;coats,are',accompanied heard'a man say-you can get anything army on Turkey. '

,; ':', ,roW, Wilson{,alt;_ti+e White House on w ,recent, meeting'of the county ,with a'soft hati;'in.one of the"new >here from a tin whistle to'a pair Slaughter, the plumber, was gokf

:March .4," according- to present plans: ;.actual'< count over fifteen hundred commissioners:of:,St ,Johns.'county Jt shapes of,the' same.. material as thegarment of trousers. so fast front one job to another that

Incase,' :of unforeseen' "' delay between' well: pleased people_ witaewed was decided,that the;Augusta 'gravel,'. j :; :!With. ,an automobile ,coat i At K nne 's' :New' ,York Store we sometimes he met himself comb

; ,the .tub:Mr.,Wilson. i&'aworn in as the. "exee11e&t. :pictures'at;?the'Lucerne, Wad a f/iiltlaefor-sariat: Bg,purposesioii'dugr goes,an' automobile,hat,or-bonnet"of were reminded of..special sales day .in back,

,present and the hour"set'for,him to Orlando's'.popular: play'hoeeeLlaat' oared'all'''orders." ; :Brick!, the Mme fabric.,Such coats remade Broadway.At ,Clark ,Robertson ,had caught
-( revlewthe inaugural,parade, Mr.;Taft night. jr|; "V wfflbeowd>,l steiL of ratline*,'checks and'fancy i worsteds Curtis & O'Neal's Book Store spirit of summer and was exhibiting }

,will J.'take.lun' , .*K't.\.l'ta.e''Wi'. .''J., 'MoB ; _t : which material- 1 lead;tfieaselve i ready Mr. Curtis was politely,assisting his the'latest in straw.hats. -

t..' _'Boa. rth.., ,,ns.It:3etlaayabe. '.i"r.,,, w-;:t gram;,1 wffl>" :be'Preaeate.
'\;\'i ;: "r; :...-- ../ ,.", ;; t; seas aeeiag the(psieria *" 'Cot' .*- ;* OTfeal' '('> :scot- '.De. ":' ., YhaU' : -aad ceo be sold at a Mr.:,O'Neal, thehust ing,W. IL,'was night the crowds thronged the streets

<' $ : .?bNlts eon'.for Great Far East in'CW-*." ... (Jjf. ,': "., , r: 'r ; .N'; wte" the'> reach, of"the"av-' up the line moving siviftlytht hiscoat many on''t1eit';way to the.:
HaIiBC ....'.. big : .!*j" .- 'far;n. j! :t.2e .. I : tafls ," ;
ti l T" Fi this Moairtlr >....- :. :. s c :: stuck, over .into yesterday or stores

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ill, '>ltE' ABOUT.. ./.,CAMPHOR, ,, .'",TREES.. of'has: brother, Mr.,.0.,A.. Barber,.on,, The Lake City dex says: :"'"At last .
4 r -..;..;..... Thursday: evening. Several, of' the a'new}Government'building is assuredfor
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")7 r ,As.time. i passes;the camphor tree is neighbors enjoyed it. Mr., Walter Lake City." The building' will\ i
i F ;rowing in, popularity,and being more Barber is here on a visit and is convalescing certainly be a 'great addition to that
:,:c' .;(# aid" more' valued as':'a roadside;: and ,after a long illness. He:is an pretty town., BARGAtNSI'
.-{\ Itrk tree. :It has.proven itself,adapted accomplished musician,and sings well BARGAINS! BARGAINS!

": .- \ to, :,all. parts',of .Florida. It has His home at present.is in the Carolinas :

,\1...,.( withstood' the.'coldest. weather so far but he will probably return to L J. MUSU.TU:
;: F ttperienced hi,the,state. It harbors Florida, his native state. ,

-insects.: On the:other. hand, it'repis There- are rumors afloat of a large We take pleasure in announcing to Ladies and Childrens Ready to ,
..l'fi. 'noxious insects, consequently it land sale in the immediate neighborhood ', lit CilROPOBlSl the, people in Orlando .and vicinity wear hats from 50c up.
; k a J desirable ,tree to.plant aboutthe but at present we. can not give that Pour line of Spring, and Summer Ladies Rain Coats, Regular $ .OO
: x' feme. As a shade tree it'hasino'su4Lerior ,facts or details. Manicure f Pedicure, Shampoo, !Ienhandise,'which is arriving daily kind, ,now $193. Childrens RainProof '
'as it is in full foliage both in Mrs., Metz, sister of Mrs. Walter P. Face and'Scalp Massage., such as Dry. Goods, Clothing, Shoes, Capes from $L98 up.
,t f' immer and winter.Experiments .; Hill, has gone to ,Tampa to'visit. rela- Hats, Millinery Ready to Wear Hats, Ladies Washable Skirts, all styles ,
.-J are now being carried tives.' Parlor- over Dickson & Ives store the Styles Shown are 'varied enough from $1.24 up. ,

'?\i sn in the.state"by the government: I to Mr., Walter P., Hill came up from corner Orange Avenues.IHCMIMMHIIIIHlhmC and. Central 'to suit the tastes of every one, and 'Ladies and Children's Coats and .

1.- 'lest its. 'commercial value., :So far Tampa for a short visit on the 22ndfFb J the prices .are in_keeping :with every Suits. at Surprisingly ,low Prices.puituoacrB -
,..,...... ftn..J. :.IA. 6
f : mca: oi economy. Calicos 5c yard.SPECIAL .
: ? *ese.experiments are full of promise o luUloIIr. -- 'I per
-": 3' I ,rf'financial results. But it is of. the Miles Simmons, has been quiteill ,I BARGAINS DURING French Gingham 10c per yard. .
'.J ;nitre'of the camphor tree as a beau- for the past week but is able to FAIR WEEK. To accoraodate the 'trade we fire
,'" .tfier that we,write at this time. be out again. :; Shoes for Men, Ladies, Misses and away'nice china ware for premiums
Mallard sold his home recently CARTER'SNEW ::1 Children in all styles and colors, high '
From time to time articles have ap- .Mr. j to,everybody who trades with us. We
? of Mrs. Ostrander to Mr. : and low cut, to suit the taste of
every
feared from the, pen, of Mr. Mahlo purchased I Guarantee Satisfaction: or your mon
I fort calling attention to the superior. Perkins, who with his wife will reside STORE : body.. All Shoes will sell at FIFTEEN ey refunded.

r :ly of the camphor over any other tree there. It is a very desirable L PER CENT OFF. Come and conrice yourself.

qp for,a roadside, shade tree. It is regrettable property for a small family. Mr.I In Highland Grove Ladies Shirt Waists and 'Iodd r.Your Trade will be Appreciated.Men's . #1
Blouses of
styles from 98c ,
Mallard expects to move to Orlando. up.
that:those whose official du i
I New Fresh Stock of Staple Ladies Dresses from 9Seop. Straw Hats from 23c up.
_1fi' get clothe ,them with authority, over Mrs.\Gass and sons have moved to
t 'have the property formerly occupied by Groceries. Our Expense Childrens Dresses from 48e up., Men's Alpaca Coats from $1.50 up..
:,( ate public highways not adopted
: Low and our Prices Low. ,
Mr. James E. Crawford.
&e camphor of all others to plant out i
Y We Deliver to Part
along the roadways of the state., Supjose The Dashwood property, owned by Any
t Mr. Hood, has been purchased by Mr. of the City. A Telephone
it the and
was adopted by people
'zuthorities' of Florida as the official James E. Crawford.Mr. Order to 325 will get the Kanner's New York '
has had Goods.
roadside trees.' As no other: state.in George W. Crawford .
_, the Union could successfully do the relatives, visiting. at his home this
acme thing, the result would be that winter. OIL AND GASOLINE ..5;' T

,Fonda highways would have a, dis DELIVERED AT Bargain Store- :
,fective; feature that would, attract Washington, D. c., March L-In. YOUR DOOR
augural visitors of souvenir colec! =ting -
waters and'setUers, possibly in .
who elect to dine in itiiltlllftlllttMIMMMlMlliltllMIMIIMIIMit
propensities,
numbers than could be
se-
'greater the 'senate restaurant at the capitol, If You Would be Posted be aDaily Visitor to this Store
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med by any other effort with the '- '
' will have opportunity: to pocket the
wne'amount of outlay. It would be *
silverware. Beginning today the silver -
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i permanent attraction, for'the cam-
jlor,is not only,a rapid grower; but was locked away and, cheap substitutes Star EmplopentAgency
I i is a long lived tree. Increasing size placed in, use. i I

from would increase,the I
year to year ,

r:infraction.II*'!&:. a tree which' submits most MIIMMMOilMMHMMft'ELIJAH HAND : : Tell troubles to Palmer. \
: your
gracefully' to pruning and,'can be, di. Funeral Director He will get reliable help in any J OX? UMT!t HAR WAR Lri"

? -( iron tested,a,to beautiful almost 'any pyramid, desired from shape base, and EmbalmerHand line of employmentPhone !

la apex.to a clean stem with a heavy Block Pine St. Phone 35 105iiHiiiiMiiiMHiiiimi

t shapely top. This peculiarity I
'i_n n11 'hhr demonstrated_ __ at the ..... .. .. .. .. .. .. .. IIIIIIII- - - - t.. J---I t. '
V.O'n _. ,
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Tineloch" place of Mr. and Mrs. J. -
:X.: Alden, a couple of miles south'of 1..mtJtCl1li1J1i.1I.EmJlalll.R&!; : mm'lJl''UICI'm.i'jJ; :) ,,1JI'S"3t

;y R lie city limits Here trees can be 1 CHAS LORD J. X. BRADSHAW | '
'.en'in various shapes, conditions'and | #

years wes-old.the,largest- of them. only a few 1 Lord & Bradshaw.


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.'5fr. Gore has,recently demonstrated =
i $s faith'in the utility of the camphor ;_I I We wish to.announce to our friends, and the public generally, |s

_' lit a roadside tree,by planting it on that we have formed a partnership under the I

lath sides of, the sixty-foot avenueihichhe -
I.! above firm name, for a general |
; ;has:named Gatlin avenue 1 .
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: p m the beautiful ridge between Lakes :
Real Estate and Insurance
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.Ratlin,and Jeanie .Jewel He opened
'this avenue to ',the public last year, F i ., i. .
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I 'business and arefcentrally located in ajground,floor office at ITd.::i('i- > .f .
; :aid, secured its acceptance by the I

f :County. Commissioners- as one of the 11.I S. Orange Avenue, (formerly occupied by Hamilton & Dunn | _c S
;, ;,public. highways of the county. The .
where we will be pleased to meet all our old friends x' \
a; :,avenue runs ,along the crest of the I Millinery), II
.,edge. The ground has been laid off = II Hardware Agricultural Implements Harness
\ and to make,new ones. Saddlery
:silts' extending'from the avenue to !I -' I_

:,fce.: 'lakes ou. :each'side. He; says he is I Our list of city and acreage property! is surpassed by none, 'm Paints Oils Building Material Etc. .
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too old, to hope to live to see the trees ,
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a when they shall reach the! full beauty. I! and we havejsome exceptional bargains. COME AND SEE Us |
":' gut',others will come on later and will Orlando Florida

t :ajuy 'ike,shade, .and the beauty of it i. Lord & Bradshaw I' ,

k ;gill,,and: if the. trees, do their duty ,
1"
''ttis pretty little section,, bf ,Orange In S. ORANGE AWL' ORLANDO, FLA.
,aunty road-the first of its kind in IIIImB1"IIIIJII--i
t fee county- ;will stimulate others tolib !_.R tli'm _.'_; i

up the work and push, it until : .

"ifi roads_ in Florida,shall be lined with HILL I

,, :;:salt trees.' If,his hopes shall end in! BRIGHAM & ; W. M. SLEMONS
'fruition it will be fall the monument '

*; lie will need to perpetuate his mem-;

*iry.. Mr. Gore invites an inspection ,
AGENTS _
IL his, recent improvements in .the! NEWS

.r ,lope that, other'Iandholders may'' be X 0 L ,

for.couraged section,of similar the statemore, efforts: to attract-make Orlando Stationery, ,Souvenir and Curio!Store, .. Our NeW S rinR Stoc is Corning In

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.r 'S At.,the,east end of his avenue'is '
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And will I offer Choice
we to you a Selection of High Class
'a cozy, picnic ground, with tables and 22 WEST CHURCH STREET Goods..
.tstreeto: outing parties.who care ,
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i IN DRY GOODS ALL,THE'STAPLE AND USEFUL
to avail themselves of such accommo- !' HH GOODS as well as FANCY SILKS, and ,FINE ,DRESS

;_, iitions., HIHMMMIMHHI Ilillllllllll : ', GOODS, HOSIERY IN SILK LISLE AND COTTON, and '

,; .' J '. the :Many Accessories that Women Use. . . . . . .
; "a CONWAY. 1915JM1oQ.ele: : .. '
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,, .4 ,-, .____..t. '.110; ( : :::Bargains Six Days in Every Week
Fire' destroyed the residence of "
Irs. ,Elizabeth ,Barber'on' Wednesday 'We carry all the time a large stock of SHOES of the

rfternoon. She was busy ironing best makes and newest styles. KING QUALITY MEN'S
..1en'the'fire' was discovered.and had ', SHOES. CRADDOCK TERRY'S WOMEN'S SHOES
Bade:such headway it was impossible I ./i,. AND CHILDREN'S SHOES. NONE BETTER ARE '
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-"y ;,, 'fe save the building.. Almost the en.lire : 4 SOLD IN THIS- MARKET. 3

.contents were burned. The piano : SCHLOSS BROS. FINE SUITS FOR MEN at $15.00, .
sod,a few' other articles were saved. ( ': ., $20.00, $25.00 and $30.00 are unsurpassed for STYLE
.s Same nearby neighbors came to her FIT AND QUALITY. '
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assistance and'I the ,rural mail carrier MOTOCYCLESFour LORD BALTIMORE BOYS. SUITS WILL BE SURE
: also helped.' The wind was blowing ''. TO PLEASE YOU.
sad ,swept the flames through the H. P. Models $200.00 -
building in a few minutes.. The barn Seven H. P. Models, $250.00 J tJ '
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lot sid learned contents if the were house,saved., and We furniture have o. :R.: Eilpert. I.1 WM. Slemons

'sere' insured. Mrs. Barber and children : .

are with,her father, Mr. Hull. f j ,ORLANDO, FLA. Agent for Orange County .
,A very pleasant musicale-was given' .
ly Mr. Walter: Barber at 'the home

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y >that afternoon.the delegates and otter Fourteen acres of good land TO ASSUME THAT YOU ARE, BRIGHTER FRUIT
:gaests.. of. the. convention will be taken location.. ,9 acres in'grove. .
": fw' recreitiotf- '" trips',of'lakes and 5ri nice ,Jake' Price $5,500, t 5 4
; .APPRECIATIVE, THE'VERY Free from the dust mite and for which w
L.:through beautiful scenes, alii to visit '
," Rollins, probably notT'only'the oldest Ten..acres. first class land. BEST. WE ARE' SPECIALISTS IN you command the fancy prices, use- . .', ;:
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T WtWfpC the most up-to-date, colleges :ji! grove. Splendfd location: 4

In:Florida.. : i'' Two and onerhalf acres in I ; Electrical Wireing,K' and Motor Work ;:< S Sulpho-Citrol It -
rWrite'the,$Otlety pfesid nt of Win- .
location. All in grove $ "- .
teV.Parki.jL-'Harrison ,
when are I
; you IF'YOU WANT .
:... to arrive how. long to.stay,if it"is notpossible NEWELL ELECTRICAL COMPANYARCADE
.. to,remain till'after the close, A large number.of 1 t
Sunday._ night. various localities in the i BUILDING To destroy the "THRIPP," use- ;
suburbs of the
beautiful
Two. delegates from each YoungPeople's city CHURCH ST. I
!i ,Intermediate Junior' ranging from $100 to $1,000.
'' society ,- PHONE 230The Black Leaf Tobacco Extract
are invited, also the pastors and
the state and,district officers, enter- Lake front home sites
; 'tiinmeat free. This'is most generous two and more acres of land Our'ne w1913 Almanac containing full
of which is to very moderate price of $650. ,,
the one society entertain |
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information sent you for three cents
:: 'as in.Winter'ar Come ready
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r to do your best.'to give as well .as For particulars call at postage. ii
Dickson & Ives store, Orange Best the
is CheapestSO _
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;receive of enthusiasm inspiration and > 1
i ; new ideas in the convention sessions.
; We expect to have a.literature table ,CARL JANSEN ,GET THE BEST OF E. 0. Painter Fertilizer Co.;
.. and C. E. pins for sale. ,
.. A good program is almost ready. ( Sundries.'r
; The,first'session, Friday,night, has a : Points and Wall PaperTHE "
"Mil ster' *Hour," when ,the question : JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
IndeedThey
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, discussed will be, "Why We Should :
: Have ,Christian .Endeavor in Our' 1912 WALL PAPER IN SAMPLESIS
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} Churches; This is led by the efficient : GRAND AND ,I WILL BE PLEASED t ii'
,'longtime state president IievJames : TO SHOW THEM. ALL YOU HAVE TO << S ., :
F, Winnard, Tampa.. It is
DO IS TO TELEPHONE AND I WILL
, hoped that many ministers will come
Are BRING THE SAMPLE TO YOUR HOME.
for this first session even'if they cannot
'remain from home duties throughthe

entire convention. No better,cigars are Fireplace Mantels
Saturday morning is.for work. found anywhere GEO. A. BARKER PHONE 268 ,
Business. first,. then ;;a' new' :planned 'sure of than, hence w 1>f J.'H 'f.: {

;' conference'.for',ex and present state no hesitancy in saying ., .. Tiles and Grates, .. '
? and' officers and' others :?who regardless of price, f
': ;have :shad ,.experience. Mr. E. s.upbu ,not a cigar made Caloric Fireless Cookers, .
;, of St. Petersburg, so .well can enjoy more than J

;first known part\by:of many this,conference leads we;.hope,andMiss;,the HAWLEY'SSTRAIGHTS, I USES HILTON & DUNN Electric Pocket t Flash Lights,

r Elizabeth Burleigh, the wideawake.secretary and
.. of Central district the last HAYANASMaje'in I Complete Electric Lighting Plants oi
:) rtion.' There ,will 'be' an hour for Orlando.
district.ralliesin'this session., Come all Dealers.- Only I have now opened their Any Size Installed.
ready to,enter.quickly and well into
; the business to be brought-up in your cents.ASK' FOR THEM I ___._._....l.
own district's., delegation corner in stock of new SprindHats
this time set apart,for, such: planning. .. I
E. S. PIERCE
v J, E. Lee has just finished and '
; A large steamer is ashore on. the Millinery c"
, rocks in.Miami bay:, 'It is ud that ten acres of tomatoes at I }4L: ( TRI0IAN. .
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i" the ship is laden pith coalPensacola's : 1 J ;

f ,- Subscribe for: the Sunday LATEST STYLES. FMNE 436. New land RU|., Church SL
k, new' central fire alarm Ten cents'week delivered '
:' "station. will :be .placed. .in' 'operation. 1 I
_Saturday. < .Shanibarger, Bicycles and ; .
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,: t t ; Sh, Florida .,Sentinel : ,It.is estimated'-that there, are '25,- ,

MOWwi6:AND :DIILY'" 000,000; children pf school age'in.,the 'Mr. '''J. 'E. Turner,, the man :who
4 '''f. '" United.States, but only about'18,000,. keeps tab on,'citrus fruit In Orange Search as You Will

Su1/ABfloi 4TId si 000 of_these.children attend school; 'county, was passing the Sentinel office " .

-, Doubtless there,are many 'reasons ,this morning:and stopped long "

i: :'-IIB,DAILY.- 8IN'l'DlIL.' why 7,000,000.of the children of the enough to say that he :had a letter

tg ':" 1'"{,y yea._..1..1.:5. United States ,do not go to school -A from a man .in Virginia who,claimed !

f : crDiontlra'\ '!...'.-'.''''.'.'.'' 2.50 '"riter.in. the Farm and Fireside ,be- to have been a former resident. Or- .. You Cant Find More

.',] eeMont.ha ...-..",.......' ........--.." La5 lieves the great majority of them are lando, and as Mr. Ferris was amongthe'old for

(., '.Week.. ..'....'....-....'...J....'. ..10 out of school because of bad roads. timers,here in the newspaper

Orlando, 50 cents Some figures are presented. by this, business he thought he might know ,
By .MWI;orrier la per Your
' '-u.:Dwljr M4 Sunday. writer which bear out the contention.In him or of him. Imagine the surprise Money Elsewhere
states of Mr. Ferris when the letter was .
the five roads of
good I
The Orlando llominf Sentinel can be found I ". .. .
'eei sale In Orlando' atCurita', OTfetTa Book Massachusetts, Rhode Island, Con- handed him, to find that it was from :::- ', .JET '
-aiM, necticut. Ohio and Indiana, where his old friend J. M. Rice, who had '

We 'will appreciate prompt complaint- if there is-an average improved highway been editor of the Reporter long years : NOR CAN YOU FIND BETTER JEWELRY -,;'.', \, {!

"AtiTtry. _M not properly made by our carriers.rAdentfeinx mileage of nearly 35 per cent, more ago, before Jack Frost had played ',' .

.r :rite win be forabbed on. apr than 77 per cent of, the children are havoc with the citrus fruit industry.We THAN OURS. FOR SEVERAL YEARS THIS ':

.>.wdo in school publish his letter. .

,THE WHKLT SENTINEL In the five bad roads states of Ala- Salem, Va., Feb. 27, 913. HAS BEEN SO, IT .IS SO TODAY, AND WILL ,

IK_year,,by'matt, paten paid ........ILOOJUrm bama, Mississippi, Arkansas, South Orlando Citrus Growers' Association, : .

: THE SENTINEL Orlando Florida. Dakota and Georgia, with an average Orlando, Fla. BE SO TOMORROW, NEXT YEAR, AND IN -
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Mte, 107 Court Street. And BoOdfofM Gentlemen .
of 1.5 : hr
i *: ?bole improved highway mileage per
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sh? _. -_0- .- __ .L.-.'.-:-.wry .tent,.less than;, 60 per cent of the hq- Our-local dealer sent us up sonicgrape 11 r ',' .THE YEARS TO COME.Ifli'sinUw . _ ::': : :: u

J. 'P., SCHUMANN.. alter dren are attending 1d1 o1. fruit last night, and I happened .j
J08IAB nUBB, Prpri.t.r. to notice your around l''t-'14" ;li..th. '" J _. "._, .
In the fouf bad roads state of wrapper y
'Missouri/ Mississippi and each individual fruit,and when I spokeof . :
Arkansas
SUNDAY, MARCH 2, 1913 North Carolina, with 4 total, population the fruit having come from our old i

of nearly 8,000,000, there are home, my wife said she had noticed :; Wn hy Not Have 1ne Best and Be Sure : :

At.the hour of going to press Huer- about 375,000 illiterate men and worn that it was the best we had bought

.*was .still president of Mexico. en;native-born white.In since she could remember. From another ,.
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t. '-0.--. the four good roads states of dealer here we get the celebrated \

President:Taffs.vision is keen,after Massachusetts, Connecticut,,,New Jersey South Apopka orange packedat '

,.......'He declares: that he can see aliture and .Rhode Island, with a total Ocoee, and the quality is excellent : t ulJnGi We ave It
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:lot his party. population upward of 6,000,000, there There is nothing very striking about \

o ,- are but 20,500 illiterate men and wom- this, but having discovered at the

"Pray for-: them. that despitefully en, native-born, white. "In other same time two kinds of citrus fruit

'.e,you," is more often preached than words," says the writer, in Farm and from my old Florida home brought to I

yacticed.; Fireside, "education goes hand in my mind many pleasant memoriesof

o hand with the hard road-as roads improve Orlando and Orange county, whereI T U. Evans the Jeweler
Everybody who has the lived
price seems ,' illiteracy 'decreases." Many and worked for ten solid yearson

.be' figuring on going Washington children, he conhntues, have no school the newspapers for the building up ,

fc the :Wilson inauguration to attend because "the roads are s6 of that section, where I trust I have

o bad there is,no profit in farming, no some friends left OPPOSITE POST OFFICE
The lack,of continuity in hard road for schools When I left there the blight of the
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money no progress, no
fcilding is ,what makes Florida_.roads growth, no ambition." freeze of February 9, 1895, made thU F

'unpopular and unprofitable. This is an argument that is well section appear anything but attract-

c -, o- ; worth thinking about in communities ive, and so it does my heart good to

i The outgoing president will have where bad roads are retarding prog- : see such tangible evidence of the fact

,ne consolation when he greets the Tribune. that the indomitable energy and pluck I
Tampa
ress."':
iieeomingypresident.: He will be glad of the people I love so well have been SILK

:; scut that other fellow. i rewarded by a restoration of that section STOOKNGS1O
GOOD ROADS VISITORS.Mr. .
o to her wonted prosperity.I .

Even if Mexico does not force us toitervene : know not who constitute the membership .
William Henry Beers editor
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she has succeded in making of your company, but no doubt
and publisher of the Automobile Good
,Tnd Sam.spend a million dollars on some of you remember me, but whoever -
Roads Advocate, of Jacksonville, was .
i bluff. you may be, may God continueto
in Orlando yesterday and called at the
o- prosper you and Orlando and old
Sentinel office. Mr. Beers to .
came For
Day ty.
The man who, can not adjust him- Orange county.
Orlando auto from Eustis Friday .
-r.. by ,
a f'to': ,the changing conditions that Yours very truly,
where he had been attendance
in
p :fresentthemselves: from day to ,dayfir upon J. M. RICE.
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the roads convention and in-
good on and
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.,get:lost in.the shuffle.
vitation of Mr. Walter Drennen, went

0' out to "Passo Robles," the beautiful WASHINGTON NEWS EXCHANGE
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Oaft of the witty paragraphers saystat
Drennen country home, and spent the LETTER. EveningWear
some people'are so .loyal to the 'Ii
night Mr. Beers was delighted'with
"r jarcels post that they even refuse toexpress
an opinion." his ride through the country and the Washington, D. c., Feb.'27, 1913. .
natural beauties the spot and the The Taft administration will disregard
o
t hospitality of "Passo Robles." He reveled the killing of President Ma-
'Atlanta,is happy once more. Anther
'sensational killing has taken in the delicious tonic of the air dero, and take no further steps to-

;. :a j ace' and reports would indicate that and the big ripe grapefruit to his ;ward intervention in" Mexico. Mr.
heart's and yesterday Taft does not consider it
:- 'tare are,several women in the case. content was the duty of f
singing, "This is the way t long have the United States to become involvedso '
o
sought, and mourned, because I foundit long as Americans are protected; 'Guarantee "
Our Personal
During youth many 'people spend not" but he, has announced his intent to ..
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Aeir time trying to form character, ; *
Mr. Beers had been in the city sev- act promptly if Americans are killed. *
,"'aid upon reaching maturity they turn eral times previous to this visit, but It is understood that Secretary of t' Accompanies Every Pair '"i
tear toward ito
energies reforming
never before had been out in the coun- War Stimson will confer wih Presi-
a ---- --- try that surrounds Orlando and makesit dent-elect Wilson on the Mexican sit.

;' The 'road.question a living issue famous. He stated that this interior uation. It is generally agreed that

nd :the newspaper that starts right country was the cream of Florida, one of the first problems ,to confrontMr. Marion B. Ives :

:wad stays right on'this question need when it came to the real things thatmake Wilson will be the necessity of

vA. afterward: make explanations or up Florida's greatness; for, said doing something to bring about the

a@olo ies. he, "after all is said and done, it is cessation of trouble in that country,

o Florida's climate, her natural beau and in this he will probably have the

-: -The" Democratic f members of the ty and her citrus fruits that makes advice and counsel of the Taft cabinet EXCLUSIVE MILLINERY PARLORS -

,Iebrasb'legislatUe will celebrate the her popular, and nowhere in the stateis

xiauguration, of President Wilson by this so great as in this central por- In official circles there is a feel-

":z firing a ;banquet on the night of tion, and Orlando and Orange county ing of grave anxiety. More'than ten Second Floorpublic

, ;", larch 4. ,ranks with the first in these.' thousand of our troops are being
Mr. Beers, who makes a study of massed along the Mexican border so
o
:. good roads, road conditions and road that, if the new administration should
Old Porfirio he awaits
man says sentiment, says that the, good roads decide upon drastic measures, they
4e, call his In view 'ofHe .
of country. issue is the live issue in Florida and will be ready for immediate service. (
.
:; fate of the Maderos that buildings bil\ is overloaded
we judge
: the vast majority of people are in favor Another anti-trust suit has been
He former dictator wants to with appropriations for a vast num-
A come of bonding for systematic road brought by the attorney general, this!

_. l,-ek.home.to.die.' building. That people begin to real time at Chicago, against the "labor ber of unnecessary public buildings Near ORLANDO
the
scattered all over country.
o ize that to the agricultural 'districtsthis trust" The government asks that.
seems to be in the gral
s The Star is glad to add the Orlando means' much as the increasing two unions of electrical workers be ly every one
for all he can get for his state BUSINESS COLLEGEMODERN
.lorning Sentinel to it sezchange list products of the state have to find restrained obstructing inter- game It understoodthat
and district. seems
'Xorning Sentinel to its exchangelist their market in the larger cities and: state and government telegrams by his
shall object so long as
one
owns, and the Sentinel looks like a towns of the state, and good roads destroying telegraph lines and intimidating no
is allowed to
measure go
pet
own
worthy representative of the place. will greatly increase the number of employees.A .
in case of the nation
tmugh-exeept
: .teara Star tourists each year,and thereby createa pretty row has been stirred up by where is painfully COURSES IN
economy
al capital, ;
;( o greater home market for the farm merchants, hotel keepers and livery-I -

:: Again we are reminded, that there products. men by their attempt to increase I concentrated.Democratic senators and membersare Single and Double Entry Bookkeeping. Corporation j
i Mr. B. Beecham's articles in the prices here during inauguration week.
.
for
ve fifty-seven varieties of saloons onJtoByIvania swamped with applications Bookkeeping Banking Shorthand Y
Tribune were highly commended by So bad has the situation become the thinks .
avenue in,the proximity One prominent senator
rfthe capitol which pedestrians along Mr. Beers; house has passed a bill penalizingthose I office. man, woman and child in the Typewriting, Penmanship, Commercial Law,
every
;fttt'.thoroughfare. must pass. The raising prices. Mr; Johnson, of.country is looking for a governmentjob. Commercial Arithmetic, Spelling and all
AS OTHERS SEE US. ,cites leading hotel on
Kentucky, a
.mi who,passes all of them,is,worthy "
where the Branches of Civil Service. .
is piece on ,the, prohibition ticket in Pennsylvania avenue pa- Senator Elihu Root has,broken into
V16. The Sentinel has been making a rade will pass, which has increasedits suf.
the limelight as opposing equal
0 fight for better depot facilities, and rates from three dollars to fifty a Mrs. ,Owen Kildare, social I DAY AND NIGHT CLASSES )
& has been thus far alone in the fightBut day for rooms facing the avenue. frage.
k: '> The federal' weather bureau has will stick to it and win:out. Mr. Congressman Humphrey, of Washington ,worker and author of note; declaresMr.

predicted a fine day for March 4, butfte Beers, the good roads man of Jack. says that at the last inauguration -i I'. Root wrong. in 'assuming work.that Experienced Teachers in. Charge. Diplomas

.. Washington,street' cleaning'force sonville, suggested as a slogan ,for his friends were compelled to pay women want to take' men's Granted ,ed'POsitiou Secured for Graduates
of
tet been doubled to "dear the thor-! hundred dollars "There is a place in the councils ,
the Board of Trade to adopt ,the from twenty-five to one '
Bghfare.of slash.! If they lack;con- words, "Do not judge Orlando by her a day for adequate accommoda- government," she says, "where wom- v

ifence in"the;bureau. at;the national station." tions. The public comfort committeeis an's voice: is especially necessary and' Patronize Home Institutions as

pital,- how can they expect 'people He said that whf'a man got away ,doing ,its best to .keep' prices' in 'there are, functions of government for .

:4 bother" parts of the country to ,'put from the station and walked around reason., ec ] which woman's nature is especially.

.c kith in its forecasts! the city he found the city so. far in The closing days of congress are' adapted. This place and these functions For Prices and Terms can on or address, :' ,

o- advance of the station and its surroundings here and sessions are being held both 1 woman will find, upon receiving'

t The seasonhas been so free from that he was agreeably. surprised day and night As usual;both houses'I her right of'suffrage, and to them' she,

s e1d and there'has-been little frost are jammed with great appropriation will devote- ,herself; leaving to _man' :. '
those-things wh ch.in'their nature are : 'nrlul( .Bn I ,
ftis ,irinter'that flowers have bloomed' Here is the idea. Many people who bi which must be passed. ,It is predicted -I for- : HI [

;: A,winter and vegetation has kept pass through on the train' judge the ,that, despite its pledges'of man. , ', fc ,
With 'city by the stations, which are'vastly economy, this congress will appropriate .
y k .peen n a.nd growing. mercury . r r.t-::*1," Jv("*) 597.Ik '
;A r several. days hanging around the inferior to:the rest of the city. ,$100,000,000 more tkan nay previous Subject," ;,.."of. ,:.aoune-attlatee. ,_:..ws," 'tjFNr A

'' :lineties "we were led to look backward one. The pension bill alone,car. during-,ta/'day,.b....'IitMti ent ; ,- .' $umLANDO: .FM.F

I .Jbra while and are reproducing;some Av little investigation,usually shows ties $200,000,000, the rivers'and harbors :- : f 1" taS'et; , .
i''t : tides ltoarthtrpltptlt.tlgtaftereldgireesea th&t the man,with a grouch'i* at least bill carries .tMrty''or,:forty',millions se t. :!., : } : _" ,* ,

; -->"$"-:; <-!'i i pax to,blame for his troubles. more than'\ ,ever: before' ." ;'.aat' the S .: : ::;j '; :, ;' ,,,"'_,"-. : .... __to,__. . .. _.... c

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,. K Just received," a, complete: ,< :'>. Fine Line of SHOES, in all We have just received a WIDE AND NARROW ) :STRECEIVED

', : new line of ELK SKIN LACES, in all the .
.. lline of, MEN'S/PANTS, at the latest styles and sizes new : A
Full
,. SHOES, at $1.50, $2.00t weaves, just received and on ,. >':" Line ofENGINEERS
1>' ;tow prices, from 1.50 to 5.50: from the cradle l to the grave. '
j.' f. $2.50 and $,8.00. The, best sale I this wee k. -
r 'We can fit you and suit you odtBabys to N*.,15 Mens. .
: line of Elks we have ever had.;. Royal Society Embroidery and PAINTERS

t, ;if" .you., wear PANTS. :' ; Prices a 5oc. to $6.00. See th m. F Floss, all shades and sizes. OVERALLS
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I J. W. GETTIEB AT REST.., BIDS FAREWELL TO MEMBERS = 'J,

.' OF LOCAL BAR.
I WADE t' <'i;" Yesterday morning at 10 o'clock I
'
i THE TUNER the mortal body of J. W. Gettier was Attorney Gunby Replies Many Attorneys

ORLANDO,'FLA. laid to rest in the Orlando cemetery, Pay Their Respects

while_ the immortal spirit.had re- to Retiring Judge. I J
turned to God who gave it. The f un- Yesterday being Judge J. M. Che
ral services were held in the Meth- ney's last appearance in Tampa beforehe { Yowell'sFOR

} Mr. C. C.'Travis, of.North,Carolina I.dist church, the religious society to retires March 4, a large number of I
is among the.aniv8.1s at the Tremont i which he had joined the faith in whichhe attorneys assembled in the United

hotel met his God. States Court room yesterday morningto ,
The Knights of.Pythias, the rater. express their regret that he will no ,
Mrs:, A.;'Rinaldi' will return home nal organization with which he had i longer preside and wishing ,him con
'today.from a several weeks visit.with: affiliated in the teaching and livingof tinued good fortune. Addresses were
.relatives in Tampa. the principles of Friendship, Charity made in the court room and after
and Benevolence, attended in a Judge Cheney retired to his private

f J'" A' S. Crews, Esq., of Starke, has I body and participated in,the service. offices attorneys kept calling all broery i 1i1

:i-. ,been, r admitted .by Judge John M. Dr. Wray, in an impressive talk on morning to shake hands with him. I .
o Cheney to practice in the federal the resurrection and the life, conveyed Judge Cheney left yesterday after '
both hope and comfort to the friends noon for Jacksonville, where he will
yr 'court.*
who tarry here yet awhile awaitingthe attend to important business before
summons that shall call them retiring. He intends taking a good
Davis returned Sunday FOR 3
Miss DAYS
Mary
ONLY
home.J. rest for awhile and then to devote
.Orlando after'spending a delightfulmonth '
I to' ,. ftfGettier'is dead, but the influence himself to his home affairs in Orlando.In .
with ,her sister, Mrs. GusDreki.Yolasia'County
% ; Record. /wielded in life still lives,'and saying farewell to the membersof

will day by day widen, until the rip the bar in Tampa yesterday morning
ple shall some sweet day enable some Judge Cheney said:

Mr.. ,B.; Lv Dean, Jr., after an ab- other weary toiler to gently touch the "Gentlemen of the Bar: As this is 45 IN. FLOUNCING ALLOVER EMBROIDERY Embroidered Dress 4
Pitlerns
,, sehce, of.several: years in Tampa, has shore' of, the Great Beyond without the last day I shall preside in this ,
'"' returned.to' Orlando and is.again con- fear or hurt. city I wish to thank the bar of Tampa The$1.00 quality on Beautiful designs in 12 beautifully em-
nected'with 'the' steam laundry. The.family who are deprived of the for its kind and generous treatment.
: nice sheer small
goods' medium and embroidered
-it, kind and protecting influence of the During the six months I have served ; dress

t ,Mr.' Mahlon, Gore has ,a. very entertaining .' father' and husband have the sym you I have learned much that is use. worked heavy and large figures, etc. The I patterns on a pretty

F article in this issue of theY pathy,.of, the entire community. ful, and, whatever the- future may I deep, for three days 75c kind this sale I quality voile, worth
'Sentinel.on 'the 'subject bf the Camphor -- hold, my brief, term on the federal I ,

,t. tree and it,will:pay. ,you to read COMPLAINTS ABOUT THE DAILY i bench as judge of the Southern district 79c $10.00, this sale
,, It. . r *' ,- I of Florida will always be a pleas- 47cALLOVER

'-. One.lady complained of the Sunday ant memory.. $7.29
I .. Dean: Spencer 'took.t ;(the, midnight : Sentinel.because' ,j&he says, her(husband "I have tried to maintain the tradi
: attend I insists ,.home from tions of this court as established by .
tail for Washington, D. C.;'to on staying" 45 IN. FLOUNCING EMBROIDERY '
the inauguration. of Wilson'and Marshall church'to-read it my gentle and learned predecesso'r.The 7 very pretty dress
a A 'business, man found fault with grapes ,are not sour and I ,-'am 85c and $1.00 !
patterns
The 75c kind an exceptional quality beautifully
I frank to admit ,
great disappointment -
the Daily Sentinel because, he said, my
,. Stetson and Orlando young ladies' his wife would insist on reading it in failing of confirmation. But good value. in all the new designs -'embroidered designs,- .

basket ball teams tried conclusions in each morning before she would' get life is too short for regrets. I returnto beautiful quality at while they last,\ on sheer voile: the

the Armory .last .night The home .breakfastOne private life believing that everything 75c. For three days 7.50 ones, this sale
\\f ;team won the,game, 19 to 14 of the carrier boys found'fault is for the best and knowingthat these three days59c \,
because some early risers take a pa- plenty of work is waiting for my -

Quite a number of our ,tourists are per and appropriate it when it does hand. And 'so, affectionately, I say I i 49c I $4.98

leaving this.'week for'their northern not belong to them.A goodbye. Individually" I am saying
home and the weekly Sentinel Will young girl found fault with it good morning.

f. Tisit.'them, each week' to keep them because it contained so much news Gunby Makes Reply. Special Sale of Embroidered and eyelet worked Batiste
in behalf'of.the members
Speaking ,
?t; posted ori0range county. and so little nonsense. 3 9c
,., While the crowd joined in a chorus of the bar, Col. E. R. Gunby made white and colored, the 85c kind. This sale, choice

i Mrs"A.C. Barnett and children will of 'Long live,the Sentinel"IN the following reply:
leave' today for Jacksonville, where "May it please the court, I deemit
a duty, as well as a privilege, after
: they will reside. Mr. Barnett pre YEARS GONE BY.
ceded them couple of weeks anis < hearing the remarks your honor has
: a ago Friday Saturday and
with relations Monday
made reference to
: now connected with the Standard A City Council meeting of March 2, your ,
:Oil ,Company in that,city.r .. 1896, mentions the following peopleas i to the bar during. the term.you have
i i been federal judge of this district, to

Among the late-arrivals at the popular Mayor city officials Mahlori: Gore. I say to you, leaving the bench, what THE BIG WHITE STOREA
is the attitude of the
!in my opinion
"Keystone" ,are Mr. and Mrs. Aldermen: Winkleman, Dickson,
< bar with reference to the fed.
; V s Lauder,'Mr. and Mrs*Taylor, Mr.,and Maddox, Smith and Branham.J. Tampa '
"'J >. Mrs. Hale, of New York, and M. Hen. W.: Gettier as fire chief. J. D. era! judgeship and to you. .
"We recognize, sir, that fail ON ORANGE ,
your
.derson,and daughter, Miss Alice,from Beggs, as attorney. AVE.
to be confirmed is not the slightest -
Ohio. ure
; William Smith addresses,the Boardin
I reflection fitness, abilityor
behalf of the Business Men's upon your ,.
w 'Mr. M. F. French, of,Richfield, New League, an organization having for character; that yours is one of the
'" York,, who bas been in Orlando fort its object the improvement ,of Or fifteen hundred or two thousand cases .
: which will fail of,confirmation becauseof ROLLINS DEFEATS STETSON. .
several 'weeks,_, will start for his lando.
: the change of party control in the 1
l.f Northern home tomorrow. He ,ha Ooncord
Two splendid of baseball Park
United States."I games ,
,been of the Sentinel
reader
a Daily Walter Johnson of
Mrs.
:: while:here and Mr. and desire to say further, sir, that.1 have just been played in DeLand, I
''Y ders the Weekly, 'fas'a/consequenceor sent to his home:, Cedar Rapids, Iowa, who have been believe I am entirely within bounds where the team from Rollins won over 1 HAS GROWN FASTER THAN ANY ADDITION TO ORLANDO,,

; that he ,may ,keep 'bb,, on Orange spending some weeks in Orlando, left when I say, that if the members of Stetson'with a score of eleven,to This is proven by the way it sold, built up, and at'the rate lots are
county. last night for their home. the Tampa bar could vote upon, the on Friday, and again yesterday, fourto advancing today. There'g a reason. It is, directly off Orange '
11 question of your confirmation, even three. avenue, high elevation, pretty lakes and drives and'close in. I have
1.: though a great majority of them be- Yesterday's play was especially ex- recently erected two up-to-date and modern houses in this addition
I II ', long to the opposing. political party, citing, both sides doing fast and hard which I desire to rent, or will sell at remarkably low prices. At s

;' you would have their unanimous sup- work, and Rollins is justly triumphantover prices that I will guarantee your money back at the end of one
'i port, and speaking for myself, as wellas the victory.TO year and 5 per cent if you want.it For sale or, rent and free for
for them, I desire to say that.your inspection. Address me, care of Sentinel; or call at W. Amelia and "
; '. New Lot of Soft Collars I failure of confirmation is to all of us TRY COMMISSION FORM OF t Trenton streets. CLARENCE P. SMITH:

a great disappointment, and a distinct GOVERNMENT.Key .
I Tribune. -.
loss.-Tampa t
r. with Ties to Match i West, Fla., March L.-The CASTOR BEANS IN FLORIDA. country and they have their eyes upon

AFTER THE FREEZE, GRIT. I rough draft' of, the charter for the, Florida as,the'future great bean pro.
'
V.3 J.Homeof. "This will be a busy year for farmers r proposed commission form of govern- From Files of January, 1896. dudng 'state of the Union."
,; t ';,Just' Receivedat aiyl.: grove owners. Those who :ment has been completed by Attor- "It is said ,that, arrangements are
have paid proper attention to their orange ney H. H. Taylor. As soon as the being quietly made for the planting ofa A clever
trees, since, last winter's freeze, stenographer has finished the rough I large tract of castor, -beans: in, the is woman' 'is one whose cler.emes .

are gratified at"the progress made by !draft the committee appointed by theboard vicinit of Orlando this year. The those with never whom unpleasantly she felt by

?, the young sprouts, and are encouraged of 'trade will hold, a meeting mammoth bean stalks grown here in contact frequently comes .V
tl to push them ahead for a strong and will call a mass meeting at,which since,last,;winter's.freeze 'are enough %j
growth this year. In the meantime, the charter will" be, passed upon*by to convince any" person of' the practicability -
} ry RUGG & 'DI K N I they will have to grow' food and the, public and amendments made:as ,of the,,profitable,culture.of. 1 Speaking of, heads that we. have
I IIi meeting that,article of, b this soil known, gray matter's scarce inside
s money,crops support their families. the.meeting sees fit. 'The; ,.mass : commerce, a
bone.
while bringing their groves into bear will not be held before.next,_week. tnd.climate. It> 'true that once in
Ii ing. 'Only the half-hearted, easily li every.fe4 years the;ca tor,beans are -
J' : "c deal of kiB djf frost, bat if,: :be Life is lust like ball
discouraged classes will find much L' Sometimes a great' ,a,,ipimG : money can a ,game Some,
y ,, :' ':Hart Schafinef ,& Marx I time for idleness and croaking; and >an's worry, 'is dee- 't4 her, i.t. :_ tJ.J. : unfortunately they"are too numerous I have her'oW1 ;"*. ; $ "' & ,.\. *wry:y *r JJ it'U,.natural, to 'sappesetbit ,all the 'pu utJ.' '
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ii' : :" : ;: '.. :: bout twe. be,made'profitaU n
in this as in all other counti s..-Files .r > e can *> -
.:' J Clothing.: of'January,16, 1896., ::It's a good,ghutw# : Irityo 'wh.,"k'.,w;'killedoeee: '!in' ...'every The rolling stone; gathers, no moss

< ,: :.. ,' heard'" ." ," Saw amiss; T>deKarg" ...tia".., -,'"iatt ,- neither does it;have to,make an en-,

+ --' \ Wanted,'Clean-Bags, ,,, at t&s-Ofttt.- .,'_l; ,,., >-"}'i- '=l"ftL r-ue--.d_ *, ofl\:gyadMatoa '"of" .:tfee$V hill'figh't. -; r-t. ,
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( c. I fee ("Oily,Beartifri"), Bakes l feem especially attractive as an investment, either for homes or speculation.






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' f This,an opportune time, to make a safe and profitable investment, because these l lots are Abound to increase rapidly in value in Orlando, known ,

f' as;it::is;as being one of the .healthiest towns in the' state and the second largest shipping point for oranges and grape fruit. Any purchases made .

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. E. '.M. Andrews, Manager GREENSBORO, N. C.

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MRS.. WILSON'S SOCIAL PROBLEMS BUSINESS BOOSTERS Go to Pope & Cox's Lunch Counter I '
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CLASSIFIED No. 1 E. Pine St. for something good c
Business Boosters (classified adver- 12\ Vi \
to eat.
tisements) received after 10 o'clock .
The induction of her husdand into midnight, will be run in the "Too Lateto I I .
office next week brings Mrs. Woodrow i Classify" column. I LOST-Somewhere no Court street I.
. ;' 'Wilson face to face with problems as Boosters of five lines, or less Approximately a small chain purse with some I J'I I
I 30 mords-one time, 25 small change. Return to Miss Hope
perplexing, as any' Mr. Wilson will II cents; three times 50,cents;'one week I Starbuck and receive reward. : When You Pay What is
Worth
: ., ,be called upon to solve during his ad- (six daily and one weekly editions) i aching
ministration. I$1.00; one month, ,$3.00. .iI I WANTED Clean Cotton .Rags the

Mrs Wilson' of course, will, have I FOR SALE-SO acres of good land I Sentinel Office. : You Get the Worth of Your
;: :nothing to- do with the solution of such three miles west of Taft 20 acres Money

1-, ,intricate propositions as the, readjustment cleared and in cultivation. Good I HAVE A NEW HOUSE for sale on
h. of the, ,tariff, or the peaceful buildings. Price $30 per acre. Ad- Hillcrest Ave. near Magnolia. Thisis
dress P. B., Sentinel
settlement of the Mexican ,imbroglio, care a section of the city that is rapidly .
: FOR SALE-Good Horse, Carriage building up with fine homes and is one
but as "The First Lady in the Land" and Harness. For work on driv of the best locations in Orlando.
' she:will have to cope'with the revision ing. Apply to Wm. Halloway, Win- House has eight rooms and bath, and
oi..;social Washington, the selectionof ter Park, Fla. 12t six large closets, covered porch in .
Sidewalk street and to
rear. on rear
proper,aides and the establishmentof THE BEST LAKE FRONT lots in door. .Electric fixtures throughout
'' % 'a' scheme. of entertainment whichshall Orlando are at Schumann Heights.I Street clayed. Lot 72 x 150. Will A good buy means more than getting something at a
l set the pace for 'the elite. have six for sale. Carl Jensen. sell' on accommodating terms. Call cheap price. After
Among the many i prominent Demo- for key at 601 Magnolia avenue, all it is nothing but getting )'otirmoney's
Holt.
Chauncey
jentic women ,who have, been- mentioned BUY a lot in Thornton Park, a nice worth.

::' ,:as probable ;leaders of the suburb in east part of,the city. Carl WANTED-To rent 3 or 4 unfurnished :
'd democratic social administration are Jensen. rooms'with bath; for housekeep

blr Norman E. Mack; who, presided ing; or small cottage, near postoffice. Quality means cost but
'. l :) FOR SALE-40 acres, of fine land in Would lease for if everybody knows the better the
summer
or
,{:tt the: Dolly Madison breakfast:here Volusia County, near station and find a year -
can satisfactory quality the
place. Man and
the
-*(last, spring, Mrs.. Senator O'Gorman,' fine lake;'$500. Terms. J. B. McKay, wife only. No children. Address Sen ... greater durability. And it is, durabilitythat

'' of, New York; 'Mrs. John Sharp Wil.' city. .tinel Orlando. Iw finally, decides the net ,cost ,of a purchase.

iliams; :M1'& .William' Ellicott, of Bal. WANTED-First Class Printer, capable -' ,WANTED-To ,t t
iii imore,, whom Mrs. Wilson recently of taking faremanship. En-1 j I horse. Must buy be gentle one good and driving cheap .

*:yisited i and Mrs. Champ Clark, wife quire at this office.FOUNDThat 1 for i cash. Apply to Singer Sewing We have experts continually on guard in our shops to
f-.the'Speaker of the',House of Iachine Co.'WANTED .
rep- 1 I
the Sentinel reaches -
; that
: see you get your money's worth. They inspect ;
.resenttUveL'.L the people and is read. 'I' A who every
man understands
The inaupration an entire new i how to run a four sided moulder nut, screw, every single part that goes into Buick manu-
social-regime entails a change in the FOR SALE-New seven, room houseSeven'r and planer. Apply Taft Novelty facture 'If the
quality is off grade
aII'respects.
oms and bath. Modern in Taft they scrap it. If the .
WorkS, Fla.
,mode of,entertainment It is ,
expected Lot 75x200. Price ,$2850. ...
workmanship is off hair's
therefore, that the art hobby of Mrs Terms. Address owner, care Sentinel New 7-room with electric a breadth, they scrap it. It
j house
'fig. ':Wilson ,will supercede the musical FOR SALE-5% acres with five-room : lights, bath and all modern conven- costs us thousands of dollars a year in salaries alone, to

bent of,Mrs Taft much as the republican I house on railroad only few hundredfeet iences. Lot 75x200. 'Price, 2,850. ; say nothing of the loss represented in the material dis
politics of Mr. Taft have been from stopping place. Plenty of Terms I to suit. (
superceded by"the democratic. policies shade and small' shrubbery.. Ten to I CHADWICK '&: COOPER. carded. That's the money we spend for the Buick 0. ,\.
twelve bearing trees, pear s .
orange
of It also '
*: Mr. Wilson. wag thought and other small fruits. t Good hunt i', \
*3oday:that the simplicity with which ing and fishing, and especially suited

'the Wilson's,have, carried themselvessince to those who come to Florida for the i :, The famous Buick overhead valve motor is guaranteed
winter and like the life with
country i WELCOME TO
their, social elevation to political easy access to town. J. P. Perkins, 'to have more power and more speed than any other type
prominence will be followed out in Orlando Fla. General Delivery I
of motor on the market. It will l low
;their social 'administration of the ROYAL PALM pull stronger on grade

*:White,House FOR SALE-New seven room rest !, gasoline than any other type,of motor ever built and the
,. dence. Bargain if taken before March \ \ (
.--.r., ,1st. E. H. Gore, 11 Gow, Aw, 2-18-6t I BARBER SII'OPModern : fuel consumption is less.
Washington, March 1. "General"Rosalie -- r "
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WANTED good short-order cook. 0.
: Jones and her suffrage and I f., '
Complete.Everything '
No boozers heed apply. The One )
"army" marched triumphantly into Minute Coffee House, W. Church
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j new, individual I f
the capital l shortly before noon today, St. 2t electric attachments "
at every :
through the capitol grounds and
down Pennsylvania avenue, with an OAK HILL is the beautiful sub-divis., chair. No stone has been left : ROADSTERS AND TOURING CARS, $950 rOt$ieSO, F.O.B. ORLANDO ,
ion to the Northeast of the city andI unturned to make this shop .
escort of local enthusiasts and citi still have some choice lots there.
: meet th erequirements of the : ,
zens which fairly choked the streets' Carl Jensen. I M
most particular.! Plenty of I:
't and delayed traffic., It was one of .
" the most remarkable street demonstrations WANTED-Man and wife to take room. Courteous, attendants i,,. l

ever seen here shares.charge Good of place grove for and'one land year suitableto on ELIJAH WHITEHEAD,. : Cook Automobile Co.

The presidential inauguration raise crops. ,Write or call in per-, Proprietor.
.. scarcely could have'presented a more son. Mrs. S. M. Blanchard-, Alt Orange Ave. Orlando, Fla. i
monte Springs, Fla.
enthusiastic spectacle than Pennsylvania Orlando, Florida
avenue from the capitol to the ROUEN DUCK EGGS for sale. Ap-

treasury building, after the plucky, ply Box 705, City.WANTEDClean .

,disheveled ,band of suffrage plgrims: p
R Cotton Rags the
swung wearily around,the peace mon-
', .ument'.for the: final :march of their Sentinel Office.THE jItB,:utu.ntnuttnuuuuuuunnunftHuuuiu: : ::

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250-mile walk for their cause.
TUfOAKlANDTHECAl
MOST COMPLETE and perfectly .
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,Incoming presidents: have not received .made line of Boys Washable I -
.,3 ; more clamorous. applause than I Suits ,south of Jacksonville. Ages 3 SIGN PAINTING t-
'did'the,company of brown-clad women to 10. Newest models and patterns.If Jack Preston will paint your .

r huddled in'a little group, forcedto not not be under urged New to buy.York Let prices me you'll show I sign on short notice. Good work. GREATEST BARGAIN IN ORlANDO
U-6t
fight their way through veritable you.; J. C. Anno, The. Boys Clothier, No. 10 Washington, street

:walls' of shouting' humanity for more Orlando. 218134tA THAT EVERYBODY I

than a mile of their historic hike. To . .
t i
",
prevent' disruption 'of their column good carpenter wants, work. IS, TAI ilNG I ,
Screen work a specialty. General .
'"General" Rosalie Jones and her>tiredcomrades'locked repair work done with neatness and TEN PER' CENT OFF '. 8 ,BEAUTIFUL LOTS ON LAKE
arms and in two linesc11ng. dispatch. Give me a trial Leave or- ABOUT I ii '
.together, moving only ,when police ders at Sentinel On EOLA be
can bought
: WAISTS. DRESS, MATER- very
ASK KMNSIRATMN
clear
.t ,could, the way for a short .
FURNISHED ROOMS rent-Apply = '
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LACES EMBROIDER
.IALS,
/ advance.. In; every _block! they were 416 N. Orange.Ave. S IBS, NECKWEAR, 'AND_ HOS reasonable. ,Inquire at theSENTINEL(
'- ,halted repeatedly, the crowds greet. SEE t tI. .
'ing'them: with ,tempestuous demon gaaLereIERYlief
The extensive travel northwardover M. Speekk '. -
strations.,Men and women alike,braved the Atlantic Coast Line the past MAGRUDERTHE : S tad Paaama '

'% the horses' hoofs and chugging auto few days 'is an indication. that the S , 'gala: ; ,
i.
: mobiles_ of, the suffrage, 'army escort tourists, are beginning to think of M9BK: HAMILTON. ,.it .
t '- *** ;to,grasp" the,pilgrims'Jiands.t home. Travel is still heavy south. ., '
SENTINEL reaches the : [DUNN
people "..
t ward, however and, the season will :'Make known your 'wants' throughthis .r ,
- "_ UxIHMV,, .flHMMIV , .j.I I L. A rtt '
. \A,.f Ifre,':commercial:'club. J has ,been not ,be broken to any- extentf before column. .., ,_ .'__ *k_ '-; f; j .. II r x.
f' *. ier, fin.l of ; : ." '. '
V organized in .CIealw ; Y 0 e, April Phone 24 for, year:Job'P' : I' -/I1.i. ' 't.'f' .

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, i ., .Benegwhieh; f is growing in favoria ..:, '-. .' , ,
, :: all enlightened communities'which t ) ; ; ." '
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:\,? 'ktveUkteDt. . :or'active.asseta'to'back'. . ,: : -'T;
':L. 'thin fc the twentieth century.plan',oft : =.',; THE MARKET :
i ,jeoiriBg Jr jpermAnent','impnyements "
; money OF QUALITY
t1,_ ; that',., 'can'",be banded, down- ;:
1. 'to*our. 'descendants_ : part of' the
'foundation them,to build: still'better My Spring line 'of Men !
'' :than their fathers did, and keep .. .
,Boys Straw Hats in all t'i
'apabe:/'With the needs and require, 1-
: .nients of their day.. 'newest shapes. Nice.
tIt enables, :us to start great improve. '
Panamas for $5. ,
My
b ,,meats'whichour'generationreaUydezives E'ARI
"t' ; little, return' from, .and at the 'Trouser line ,is now
, ;same time we.:pay, while we,live, our .
; ,part. 'of:,the bill,:and leave the, rest'for in all new shades. t
those who'home after us, and who de.

.'river.. ;the;great benefit ,from our fore-: ,

sighit US TO MAKE GREAT
'.The great cry that is.raised against IN ORLANDO i
1 :bonds, comes largely from: those who ClarkRo ", '
f 'do' not know,and'take;' pains to
,jearn'thathile; the descendant,pays '
style greater part 'of'the'cost, the de- MARKET I
. Successor to Jerome
Lgcendant'also has assets made a hundredfold '
.. more valuable because of :
;. -.I' the work permitted by the bonding, .Y
and therefore,really pays a lower tax ,- SANITARY

rate'for.'the;''; ; taking: up of the bonds HAUDLING OF J
..f.than'does his father. .
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':We may just as well look'the proposition LET "JIM" i
} squarely in the face now.

, '.Florida, will, be developed, ,as it and Game I }
, should: ,be to'get the greatest advantage :
If have sell
to
from the latent possibilities oi you property
7't the' state, through a system of hard Let Service' J
. .surface,-roads: Railroads! and'water .

, .routes are all' good*,in their..lace, but If want to
;\ when it 'comes to f crossings;! e state you buyLet :
t ,and }going up' and j down through the YOUR :1
" .length and breadth.thereof, it is'hare ; YOU WANT THEM. i,

'" ..surface.roads. that'must' .. be had., i City: and Country A'J...',
The development of the state will
:4 :.never. be complete; 'until there is ajpaved Lands, Groves and of
4 ';:road,extending.throughout the! LOOK AT THESE Specialties j j

.f western part,of Florida and one down Twenty acres, 10 acres of which is in ,,'
,; both coasts, and these must be'supplemented balance of 10 ,in timber
grove, and., acres GRAIN FED POULTRY
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by roads intersecting and cottage, located three miles from city, DUCKS AND GOSLINGS j1
"t' grossing from point to point a reason- Twenty-five acres, 10 acres of FISH
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s,_ *:able distance apart from north ,to i
trees, five-room house and barn, located
'south... . 'four.miles from city, price $4,000.00.aJThirty '
,Does this'seem bigger ,than;Jt is in acres, 15 acres in grove, 1000
,reality?. Are:the possibilities of 'such : of/fine farm and vegetable land located
a<>system 'of roads conceived in, the"mind : four and half miles from city, price $5,00 Market
of dreamers. ,'or.are'these possibilities Forty,acres of virgin pine timber land ,
patent to every.one'who knowsthe : land 'Lake 1
; vegetable fronting} on Conway: ,
'state'and' .. ,knows*,the. substance- '.of city, price $2OOO00.Twenty .
: ,its soil? : acres of lake front land near
\ What this means in cost, we do not sub-division., Price .
$3,800.00.'Fortyfive
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'..know. It'is not for us to carpingly : acres, five acres in & CO. .:1
s, ) 1quire. But it is 'our duty to know : small house and barn, located at Conway : : :
what it,will cost the state !if extended : ; "
city, price $1,500.00.Five
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'over, a periocl'of: forty ,years to put acres with cottage near city, .
, .this.sate'i-- 'a, condition- '. 'to make, .avail,' :. Three and one-half acres with : }' "' '. '
", able every foot, ',of the Godblest land cated near city,-price' $1,500.00. .
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that I lies..in1 it, for ourselves. ,;for;pur : Twenty acres with bearing grove of,FQ"L
,\ :children and: : for the heritages they : house and barn, price $2,800.00J
(will hand down to unborn I
genera. < ,OFFICE OVER
E. IWFoon. MM|||| || IIHIMI
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;tions., STORE, /
1 Is$50,000,000. too much, or is,it tooJittle I -;-- ,
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? We do' not know. We only

/,know that:whatever the cost the state .... .. to '
should do it, and should, begin it.quickly. .

The .state, as a ,whole,. we believe, i O I OMP ANY'

should build the .roads around the I THE NtlW CASH
, '(toasts and through'the western part
: 'of. ,Floridaand' the. counties. should ' $120,000.00. '
\ .build connecting s to these.great t ... Y
",, +thoroughfares. The result being.that.there.should'not Cor. South and Hughey .Three-quarters of a Million.
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be county in I Flor-
,'ida but would be on the great national WE BUY FOR CASH AND SELL Report of the Condition of Orlando '

,highway connecting this state with KEEP OUR EXPENSES DOWN Bank and Trust Co., Condensed
all other states in the Union, and with QUENTLY CAN KEEP OUR f From Report to Comptroll
#:every'part of itself. ; : er Feb. 4,1913RESOURCES
The'results would be immediate, in Our Prone No. is
development of ,the country, in increase i
of population J',in land values, ''And ,an Order' will Have Prompt Loans and Discounts .....$393,161.05
and in commercial supremacy;, and Delivered to Any Part of the Overdarfts .............. ,193. 3
t ',the initial cost would, be so correspond Stocks ,and Bonds ....... 26,018.33
; ingly low that;we would hardly.know D. B. RAYBON, Proprietor Real Estate, Furniture and
-t we had an added burden on our shoul Fixtures ... ......'.... 25,853.44
ders. Our children' and their children ; Cash on hand and in Banks 215O t83

' would also rise up. and call us .
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'I ...blessed.. ? 660311.18
i LIABILITIES 1
WOMEN'S RES1AURANTS. IN Capital Stock ...........$100,000.00Surplus
PARIS.In and Undivided
4't and I B! : Deposits ... ............ 537,418.85
respectable
order to provide '
Best ..
Companies --
comfortable eating places for girls .
employed in the'shops,'offices and factories Lowest Rates $660,311.18We
of Paris, "recha ds" and restaurants invite the attention of our customers .
for women :only have been Honest Losses and friends to our statement
'established,, by charitable organiza- above and wish to assure them that
:tions. Working girls throughout,the Adjusted and we appreciate their patronage and
! ,city have IOlgJeen exposed,to various ask for a continuance ,of same.
dangers when eating 'their; scanty Don't forget that our deposits are
;Hunches, in parks and doorways, but insured.
. now in certain sections of Paris therecl1aud" .7. I A cordial invitation is extended to I
I ,provides tables 'and seats, visitors in our city to call and open
utensils, water and:stoves 'for warm I an account with us.
ing food, all! for,the sum of two cents, .I 1
'. of the-soiled dishes Phone .172. .23 South
plus the washing, I 0, w .
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before leaving. I !
The four restaurants for, :women :
now in operation: do not posses 'the ; I
: obvious drawbacks,, of the "rechaud." UNDERTAKER B. McKAY,
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; Each one of them can serve 2,500to ... AND
2,800 a la carte meals each, day. Since : BUILDER. .
;the number of these,restaurants, however The, ARTISTIC, PICTURE\ : All Work.
. is totally inadequate, 'social PING T I That Are anInducement.
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. ',workers advocate the establishment, f ,. .: .. : .
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the -" - rk
41 large,number along the lines of Guaranteed.
restaurant Stanislaus opened' two '. = :
.. yearsago at theP, tas! -Ro'y 11n hon ; SentiDeL'J. y

; or,of the Pere ,du, Lac: who .founded 'It,SEEiSLAUTER'S. 1- ; NEW-' ,r,;. 3 ,>:,-r,'. 1: : I I get through reading the

the first restaurant for young,girls,in, SANITARY_ ', .# a. '" : : it to. some friend ,or '
Paris.-Selected. SOIL PIPE CONNECTION, : :
: : '''''';-K' ...., at a distance.; Very of-;
---' .i'." ::, ""I ; a 'new. settler., . ; .
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,FOR SALE, =-Nancy/Hallsweet. :pofetoes. --, J';Absoln, t ,pSamt.-, rY-ail.,4 ' ,- ,
.", Call'at'Webi DI place, near BeV. b1'Ali:gcod$f J'n' :-,yvt for the SentineL Now Ii
i ton' ; Long' ..'Dairy." ; '2t 1 'A..i'P'j, .. \." ....>,2.. ' +t i
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:' :'0 ' SOCIETY\ NOTES Morning service-Music, anthem;

'f. .'-7' ..... "Indinemne, .Ear* (Hemmel); solo,
: ; u "Crossing the Bar" (Fanre: ) Mr. A, .
2. Tltts ; : .
;t ; If WererftiWNKtT1LWHWS P. Curry. r ... < ,: ..: ." ':.'>..:.. '- :! ,
.Eveni g,service-Anthem, "Face to "
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., : 'NOTBOft-eOCICTY. EDITOS Face" (Morris), solo by Mrl'Glenn P.
./i-t. : Met .... M KoUoKt Nutor.8MCLLL III Carson; male quartette, "At Close'.of :' >' -:. ..... ," '. '. , ;: .
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';7' Day" (Nevin); duet, "The Crucifix' ".
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: Social .
'NOTIa-Notfe.I'for th* and Woman's Department :can bseo.etiniated
., ': to;&be-;;Society Editor by, either: of the abort telephone Mail (Faure),.){z:. Curry and. Mr., Carson;
I. :, wrIMstt DSSIIS'to'tht Society EcIit ,.eue Sentinel Notice of social function solo, "He Shall Feed His Flock".and
.ehib'iN.i P.."'ehftJa r gatherings,and I other !item of, social fatten'slmld be "Come Unto Me," Mrs.; a R.. Hinch. .
i .teselhoisd:to:this,departaeot. M soon,as, they., occur in ,order that 'their.news ..
man. ;
TahM be sot faapaind.., .
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FIRST PRESBYTERIANCHURCH.Rev. PANAMA CANAL <; ,

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t ' A :GREAT MUSICIAN METHODIST CHURCH GROWS. Dr. John W. Stagg, pastor. .
< i- Sunday school at 9:45 a. m, W. R. EXPOSITIONPOSTAGE
k ;KiM.,:Alta Wright, and Mrs..A. P. Report of Finances Seventeen, Years O'Neal, superintendentServices '- ..
Curry'of this'city:returned yesterday Ago. at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. : .
from- DeLand, where,, they went tot "The Methodist church' of Orlando Morning, sermon, "The Iconoclast. STAMPS' : .
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.hear David Bispham, Amercia's 'greatest raised, during the past year, $3,252.40: Evening sermon, "The Incompletenessof '-... , . . .
y c 'baritone. For pastor and presiding .elder, Life." '" f' '"

ti His 'wonderful voice ''thrilled the $1,310.65; Woman's Home Mission Society Junior Endeavor at 3 p. m. Senior ,, >. ... . .
a ,eight'hundred people who had assembled $119.90; Conference collection, Endeavor at 6:3 Op. m. t. .
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'; ,to :hear him, and he was compelled $204.75' ; Young Ladies' Organ Fund Prayer meeting Wednesday at 7:30p. _::.- can be secured later on .
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I to'respond to an enchore a_t the Society, $335; Sunday school, $122.62; m. .:,' at the Post Office but at ', '
4 end of' each number. Epworth. League, $52.25;, Junior Special music. A cordial invitationto l' ., present they can only be '" .' ,. ,
:Mr. Bispham is of League, $18 incidental visitors and strangers. '." "'
: seventy years age ; expenses, ." 'secured at the v*'' t> .
and yet with the and'clear i$400.73 church debt -t 7 '< -, .: VTI
: sings vigor ; $688.40. ; total, -j: J :
:sass.in-tones',of a man of thirty.He I $3,252.40. The church has paid to CATHEDRAL CHURCH OF ST.
gavel reading of King'Lear of Rev. B. K. Thrower $1,142.82 ,and to LUKE. ,
F> 'Cicfly;.which is'also set to music, and Presiding Elder Householder $167.83of 10:30 a. In., morning prayer and .
in thialreadng: he surprised and delighted this amount. The sums have gone sermon. 7:30p. m., evening prayer ,
-4 : the audience:by his great dramatic into the funds for' which, they were and month sermon.. The first Sunday in the [ PEOPLES[ N NATIONAL l BANI N NIt
LL talent. collected. The church is to be con- being the date for Dean Spen- .
1 Miss Wright! and Mrs. Curry are gratulated upon the payment of the cer's visitation to Longwood, Rev.R. .
recognized authority on music and long standing debt, notwithstandingthe P. Cobb will conduct the morn- tile U-Ie.tIIe-MIlIIe Bask"
f musical, productions and they speak hard year. The above is'the second ing service.
!' .in highestterms! of the Bispham entertainment largest amount ever raised' by : where
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rb organization." Dr. J. E. Wray, Pastor. it is a pkasBre to serve yew every reqairefflenl
MR. AND MRS., HULL ENTERTAIN The membership of this church to- Sunday School, 9:45, C. E. Howard, *

vfr ---:r day will read the above with interest, Supt. \
"" On invitation, a jolly party chap- as it 'shows how the church has.progressed Preaching by the Pastor, 11. .
eroned by Uncle John Kaley, assembled and how God has prospered Preaching by the Pastor, 1L Sub
: .at the pleasant home of Mr. and them. ject, "One Who Wanted the World." .;.'
.., Anthem "Still With Thee" Nevin Jt ,
Mrs. G. T: Hull, onLake Luina, last '
'night,;in honor of, the.'latte's guests, AFTER THE FREEZE IN 1896. Male quartette, "The Day of Rest," ,
.'.x : Mr.'Tom' Hull, of New York, and Mr. ,- Nevin. -. I
;l A T., ,King, of, Chicago, ..and their From an old file of the paper under Epworth League, 6:30. H. A. Hoff-
'1 :neighbor, Mr. Hollinbeck and daughter date of January 2, 1896, we take the ner, President ,
; of Rockford til., all of whom following which will show how the Preaching by the Pastor, 7:30, Sub- .4'-"

',. wflKleave.. 'ii' .for their, Northern homes farmers diversified their crops after ject "Individual Responsibility."
in a*few days., the freeze: Music
c The '_evening was .spent in visitingand "Now' is the time if not already Anthem,'"Seek ye the Lord,"
in 'games that, made the moments done, to plant tobacco. Arrangementshave Male quartette, "The Close of Day,"

y mltty.fty. been made as noted in these columns Nevin. --
Carl'Jensen, mayor of this beautiful ; whereby those farmers of Or- Solo, "He Shall Feed His Flock," ?",
:' suburb, was'.there, .proud as a father ange county who wish to plant can ob- and "Come Unto Him," Mrs. C. R. .
'-ofa hew born twins. tain seed, and it will be the farmer's Hinchman, Cleveland, Ohio.
Mrs. Hull ,served. refreshments of fault if they do not take advantageof Mid-week Prayer Service, Wednesday Ie
r that substantial kind that made you the opportunity afforded them to 7:30 p. m.
'think ''o-'our. mother's cupboard 'on plant and harvest a money making Meeting' the Board of Stewards j
Christmas'morning: crop." < Wednesday, 8.15 p. m. '
At 11 o'clock the happy crowd said Since the people of Orange county Everybody cordially invited to these CROWDS CRODSAre

,good-bye to Jdr., and Mrs. ,Hull'and have recovered from the shock of that services.
: ;, their .friends ,and dispersed each ,to freeze and the orange tree has again
First Church
their homes. become productive and profitable, tobacco Baptist
has disappeared from the list Preaching Sunday at 11 a. HL, 7:30

r :COUNTRY. CLUB DANCE. of Orange county crops entirely. p. m. by Dr. Kerr Boyce Tupper
S: Morning subject, "The Bible's Transcendent
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.n .. / .An.'informal. dance took' place at PUBLIC HAIR CUTTING.. Ideals." Subject for even- .
the Country Club Friday evening, given 'ing, "The" Bible's Unapproachable jamming and packing our
in compliment to the out-of-town The ceremonies of Washington City Teachings.
Y )'jeitors.to the;golf tournament Tuesday will be a tame affair, as com- Bible School at 9:30, Otto Lynk, I store now taking advantage of the
: The music for the occasion was fur- pared to the event to be pulled off-or Supt.Ms. ,
2t niehed i by the Scruggs orchestra;'and more properly, cutoff, in Orlando on 0. P. Likins will sing at the
; besides .the.'honorees, the guests' in* Wednesday, when Code Hill submitsto morning service. great Shoe Qacrifice as shown by
the of his hair for the ,Junior Baptist Union at 6:30 p. m.
'eluded..Mrs. Wescott: ; Mrs. Bradshaw, cutting first \
'Mrsj: Judd, Misses Huxford, Giles, time in sixteen years. Everybody cordially invited.
,Beacham;.Badger,'Mrs..Beacham, and When Grover Cleveland went out of Strangers are especially welcome.
Messrs. Hammond, Fosgate, Rogers, office Mr. Hill vowed he would not
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Cardenas Cheney;;Hyel;Judd, Dolive cut his hair again until another democratic Unitarian Church Tb.e.Red Ta PricosOur
'and Montgomery., president was inaugurated, Unitarian Church, corner Central
and he waited sixteen years for a avenue and West streetRev. .
LAKELAND MEN CARRY OFF Moses to lead him out of the brush. Eleanor E. Gordon, minister.:
F'' ; POULTRY ,PRIZES.: During all these days he has'born his Subject of morning sermon,. "Our
'- burden of hair good natufedly and en- Thought of God." At 4 o'clock in the

r. 'Mr. ,J.' H., Wendler has returned joyed horse racing and jockeying to afternoon, Miss Gordon will speak on
from Orlando,where he has been taking his soul's content But.on Wednesdaythis the need of social centers in small entire Stock of Shoes ',marked t
T in ,the Orange comity fair. He modern Sampson will be shorn of towns.
fair in his locks in the streets at the inter All are cordially invited to these
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keports.tbe. quite, a success r
down to the Limit of Reduction for
every particular., He. himself "made section of Orange avenue and Church services. .
: 'a killing,"carrying away many'hand. street. Unity Circle, Wednesday afternoonat .f
4 with exhibits 3 o'clock. Paper by Mrs. E. H.
some prizes his'poultry ,
, Having taken all'firsts in Barred and Stranger, pause and drop a tear. A McNeill on Ralph Waldo Emerson.CHRISTADELPHIAN. QUICK STOCK REDUCTION

N. White Plymouth ,Rocks, Blue Orping- professional baseball umpire has sued
ton ducks, White Crested Black Polish for divorce because his wife called him .
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Silver Seabright bantams, BuffCochin names.
bantams, ,-and all sweepstakes. Memorial service, 10:30 a. m. The stock must be reduced $10000.00 -
Mr. Guy Toph's'birds took all firsts IMMANUEL BAPTIST CHURCH. Lecture, 7:30,p. In., subject, ."The
in White ,Wyandottes: and Pekin Origin" and End of Evil" in two weeks. Our RED TAG
ducks, while Mr.:. J.'L Skipper carried Preaching by Rev. Frank Parker, McNeffl & Davis, block. All, wel- .
.away all firsts ,in Black Orpingtons. at the Grand Theater, Sunday morning
Lakeland News. at 11 o'clock. Parents urged to CATHOLIC CHURCH. SALE PRICES will meet that end.
bring their children. Every one wel- Mass, 7 a. m. Mass, 10 a.. m. Ben-
: TO MEET..IN GAINESVILLE. 1 come. ediction, ,,7:30' p. m. All cordially. invite -
i Prayer service Wednesday evennigit *

A meeting, of ,.the, county' supein I 7:30,.at"the new' residence of' Mr. Dont miss this opportunity. Nothing reserved.
tendents of the state will be Held it IF. N. Boardman. Subscribe for The Sentinel

; Gainesville e Marches, to :discuss ''invportant : I Shoes for ,everybody. Join the crowd today for your
'school topics, and to get to-
gether for the general' 'good of the share of the big Shoe values at
state'schools.: .: State' SuperintendentS Our Prices Talk
S : N., Sheata:called the 'meeting and ,
.has requested each .superintendent.to
l prepare to discuss two important E. 'GDUG.KWORT'I1'S:

school questions.A Nobody' likes the, man who talks toomuch.Part .

SURPRISE- -PARTY. of our service is to sell goods that speak '
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for themselves. V VALUE-That's our cardinal ; +. Shoe .j,
'A very pleasant ;surprise was perpetrated Stoic
on.Olin Wood at the home of principle ; value to you iIi: every'ite in every

bit'tofhi parentaonGore Jittle friends avenue pounced when fif in business day, to see. that, for your money 'we ,

' .f upon: him .Friday night 'and ,stormec give value....better value if possible, than any - ._ --'
'for; about three hours .
j. the fort by '
' sfcafU of:fun and ih of.'Jauihter where else We'redoing it when we say so. .




k .I..,:::that 0Iie.'..They'f made,soon>..".::.,had>,tfcriJN':'-even.forgot'.a-.,-q.the jolly. "*,:,''hk ii old.-:-good':feel,.surprise" (- .young.time'and and McCullnc' Deparnent -Store, !,<': I"I" ri'' tip ,ai e ,DillI Siie1 I I I ::4


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