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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 5, 1913
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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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;:; :lIUas'PAUUN" \: (,lOOAL' lITIS WILSON AND- MAt I UUIRIA PROMOTES MEXICANS flRt 'ONAMfRIGANS. SIXTY.SfGOND 'r-ON.i.1



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: :ARISTOCRATIC COW FROM IOWA THE MEDICOS WANT TO HE ELABORATE \ '1
EVENTS OF DAYll RUMORS OF PLOTS AND CONSPIRACIES FIRE
'WILL.FURNISH MILK,FOR WILg SHOWN THEMERITS OF HIS FOLLOW.FIXED' PROMPTLY RETURNED BY CLOSING HOURS OF THE HOUSE

'S N8-T ATSALL. ,TUBERCULOSIS: REMEDY. PROGRAII'COV- ARE FREQUENT IN OUR SOLDIERS AND GREASERS COMPARATIVELY UN 'ENT.
ERING PRACTICALLY
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Special to the sentinelWashington
':. March I 4.-"M J8" Pauline D. C, March 4.-"We HOURS OF LUSTY ENTHUSI 4 the Sentinel Special to The Sentinel ISpecial I
' the White 'House are from Missouri. Show us!" is the ASM. "- Mexico City, March 4.-Major Car-,
:. ; Wayne, cow, : Douglas, Ariz. March 4. The second to The Sentinel
'went'the'way' of other'office holders attitude of the scientists of the United Special to the Sentinel.Washington denas, who was in, charge of the escort .i I attack on American troops guarding Washington, D- C., March 4.The

,; :today. ';In,her place will stand Nona States Public Health Service 'toward' D. c.,March: 4.Woodrow of Francisco Madero, and ,Jose the border 'occurred today, when I Senate rushed through the remaining ;

t ..of Avon,,. an aristocratic .young cow, Dr. Friedrich ,Franz Friedman and, Wilson was today inauguratedas Pino Suarez, on the day they were I the Mexican federal soldiers at Agua i business today of the 1ut see ion of

'f, -who ,hailfl, from Waterloo, la., Shell his method treating tuberculosis. president of the United States, with killed, was today promoted from the I I Prieta deliberately opened on the the sixty-second congress anJ, after
'! .wfll furnish milk for the ':Wilsons The government t experts shake their Thomas R. Marshall as vice-president: rural guard to the'same rank in the American cavalry patrol The Americans vice-president Marshall took oath

;, that's all. ll heads significantly when asked for an amid scenes of stirring'animation and: regular army.A I I replied with machine gun and and the members were thf, the

s[, "Noof: Avon" is ,valued at $5,000 opinion.' with impressive ceremonies, marked I general inclination to recognize I I the Mexican soldiers fled. It is reported first session of the sb congress -
; and is 'said'.to'come of the best stock Dr. Rupert Blue, chid of the United in the main by simplicity and ,yet I General Huerta's administration, is that two of the attacking was held.

i' ,in Araeka She ,has been presented States Public Health Service, said today retaining that degree of dignity,with manifested by rebels in all parts of forces were wounded in the attack It was agreed to meet daily a? noci

t 'to President:Wilson by William Gallo.! that the government investiga- some of the pomp ,and spectacular the republic. I made at noon today when a party of after which adjournment was ftakea

'way, of Waterloo.Pauline : tion be taken,by the general public as display which invariably attaches to Many rebels, however, display sensi- I fifteen Mexicans marched to the until that hour tomorrow v.lwn it is "

t Wayne has 'been the most:I an indorsement .of the treatment. the induction of a new chief executive tiveness in regard to the amnesty bill, I boundary line and opened fire on the expected the cabinet appointments of

|| 'talked,"of' cow. in America for, ,three I The Health Service has neither in- of the nation. which, they say, wrongly implies their :patrol on the opposite side.. Wilson will be sent in. I

s or four;"years.. She has, been at her I dorsed nor condemned it yet The elaborate ceremonies of the day defeat : Only an imaginary line divides the The general ,deficiency bill wits file '

"; ,,post the greater part,' of, the time, followed a fixed program covering Rumors of plots and conspiracies I. counties at Douglas and Aqua Prieta ally agreed! to. I -r
making few from practically five hours. It began in the are frequent in the capital, and secret towns about Senator
very trips away the THREE' 'GOVERNORS IN THREE a mile apart. Fall talked the India l appropriation
'national capital On the few journeys ' DAYS. morning with the drive of the Pres service men keep constant watch over, bill to death, This was

,;.t. that, she made, she traveled 'in' ident, President-elect and Vice-Pres the most prominent suspects.CHAUTAUQUA I MOROS ATTACK AMERICANS. the only) appropriation bill that failed
.. ident-elect from the
White
state. Special to The Sentinel House to tSpecial to pass. \
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Paine has,not been in the best of Trenton, N.< J., March 4.'-:New Jer the Capitol, where until noon Mr. Taft to the Sentinel The sundry civil bill got through, >
i ,health for several! months. President sey has had three governors in as was occupied with the measures % Manilla, March 4.-The town of Joio but Taft vetoed it and the Senate took

.;. 'Taft believes that if she }js taken back many .days. President; Fielder of the passed in the closing hours of the 62d Dr. George'Summey, who openedthe I has undergone incessant attack by no vote on the question of ove(.riding -

,Wisconsin:;, and puton: Senator Ste State Senate was sworn in and sec Congress."I Chautauqua and who is in chargeI Moros for the last two weeks. 'Details the veto. \
',.- ,phensen's farm'again' her youthful ceeded President-elect son 'on Saturday I feel more like a spectator than of the .Bible Hour,' each day, a|I of the operations are meager as The President signed the Kira.nder;

'vigor',wfll revive ,The Senator was Leoen R- Taylor, of Monmouth the man about whom all this fuss is .teacher and in no senes a lecturer. la fa rigid censorship is in force. Even of bills, passed among them the measure _
' glad'to'get:Pauline back into the fold 'county, ,speaker of the House,*! being made. I would much rather j I He is a man who has made extended letters sent by officials and men de creating the department of Usxtjfse-

,. ,for: she"has" ,.suppfied: milk for twoyears was' sworn in yesterday as acting I take,off my coat and buckle down to i Bible research his work in life and is 'fending the town are subjected to bor. '

: ,' and 'will' 'ad 'ddignity to his governor, so that Governor Fielding work than be a part of this great i eminently qualified for the work be :scrutiny.. That the fighting has been 'I,he Senate session of the -

1r herd. ".i could officially represent the State at I demonstration. That's exactly how !!has in hand. The' Bible hour with]|serious, however, is obvious from. the ond congress was adjourned Su Ray

"I. -, I, the inauguration ceremonies in Was h. I Wilson felt about the inauguration !him will be helpful j arrival I here today of thirty-two by president pro-tempore Bacon at, ,

I A DISTINGUISHED TOURIST j: ton today.. I ceremonies and that's the language i It would be unfair and untruthful, I wounded Americans. 12:07 p. m.

',:. -' I i in which he expressed it It was while I'I'i .to say that Roger's famous band and The Moros, it is reported, continually The House adjourned sin-die 12:03
1 sitting with Taft at the capitol waiting orchestra of Goshen Indiana is here fling taunts
;. Forjeverslyears! Mr. James Hammond TOUR D_ E LAC, LATEST SKIRT. at the defenders of and the members immediatelyloTed
( :Smith, of'Memphis, TeniL, has I --- i to be inaugurated that he gave {for those who have heard that great the town, calling on them to "come in line for"the to the Serrate '
,utterance to this sentiment fl band in the north know that only out and fight in American t
: a fashion Chamber
and the
and
t! .been a:winter tourist ,in Orlando and Special to The Sentinel inaugural stand
1 .very:found,of,the'city.,' ] New'York, March.4.-The Tour de He was happy and joyous, today, small portion of it is here, and the not like pigs." where Wilson took oath.
:. the of the latest however, for his wife and three daughters expense of bringing that great aggre-f I The troops are chafing, Except for the demonstration
f Mr..Smith is::president of;; the'Peoples J I Lac girls, is name I' greatly at accorded -
t Savings: Bank of Memphis, and skirt It originated in Paris,! and forty-seven relatives,. who gation of musicians to Orlando wouldbe their inaction, and many complaintsare Representatives Clark, Can? 1

has;:been a.: .resident there ,for .fifty* lone-a. e,' and something was cabled'were with the family. Wife and I more than the receipts would justi' heard among both- officers and and Nicholas Longworth, the closing

f, .six ;years. He''j assedthrough, ..tht&rz'bla7eloir e I to this side:about'it a few days ago,| daughters .remained throughout the fy., But Mr. Roscoe the leader of the i I men. hours of the house session was c
:, ; srer'periods}of ,1868 but:'the first;:one:;arrived today,on J one e parade without i a. murmur. Indeed,t band is a musician of world wide reputation -I. paratively'uneventfuL The House'overrode

f'- 'and'1872 and 1878..,;and. himself w"a ,of the, trans-Atlantic steamers from ,the girls were "radiant until the very 'and every mn"he' has with FALLS SEVENTEEN STORIES., : Taft's.rveto. on the sundry'dyfl
.t"_. .:ricGra el" ,the" dread' disease. He'eecretary ,Was" i the world's 'fashion-market II { last and went into the White House him" is a musician and their rehersals bill 270 to 50.
;. skirt is designed I laughing and chatting with their always please Orlando audiences ,.Special to The Sentinel ,The conference
: ; andtreasurer':of: the, goyerameatcommiesary I Primarily, the new, I report on the gen r-
: : maintained" there !for comfort; but it is smart in appearance friends. It was apparent they got Miss Jeanette Kling, who is not j 1 I't New York,' March ,4.John. Brun- al deficiency bill was agreed to. I

4nany heartrending. and'thrilling experieace .l It _fits snugly about.the hips and is i president himself. Wilson didn't seem the several days she has been here seventeenth floor of the Municipal RIVER AND HARBOR BIlL
*.' rather tight in the region of the feet, quite at home in the White House tonight this season, has demonstrated that she building to the bottom of.an elevator. SIGNED. ', '
'- '. : holds a favored place with ,Orlando shaft yesterday and' treated his I
Mr-! :Smith says the importance of but they intervening space is occupied experience
When the parade was over and he Chautauquans.Dr. so lightly that those who Washington D. C. March
: cleanliness ,can not:be over'magnitledi by perpendicular pleats- I ran 4.-President
to I entered his home, flanked on all sides Caroline Giesel, who is accomplishing to his aid found him Taft the
I iathese,warm climates:and above The flexibility said to be given rolling a cigar signed rivers and harbor
} r the'.mosquitoes must, .disposed; ali the garment by their presence makes I by gold braided aids and attaches of a great work in her effortsat ette and casually inquiring if an ambulance bill this morning.

4. *if the'people want a,climate free fro Ofl for' comfort particularly when, the the house, servants sprang to take cleaner government and better could be summoned. Brun- Over one million dollars are net-
li :fever: f wearer is sitting down. his hat 'and coat and attend his wants. housekeeping is doing a good work non was saved from being dashed to assured for work on the rivers acid

.% Mr," Smith says ,that, Orlando has This is all new to,Wilson, for he is and while some criticise her as being pieces because he landed on a bundleof harbors of Florida. This will mean

':*'many advantages over other Florida LOCK THE BARN AFTER THE accustomed to doing things for him- a 'faddist, it must be remembered the empty bags. He suffered fractures that the work on the St. Johns chan

: :cities ,owing ,to her, high'altitu and ,HORSE IS STOLEN. self and family. He never had a valetor "that all great works of reform require -;!1 of the leg bones and a slight nel from Jacksonville to the sea vnH
\. butler, however, he is an adaptableman extreme pictures to make their scalp wound, but will recover
.: :good, drainage but that the_ people go on to completion. Several othr-f:
:I .have .seme' things to'do: to' keep the :Dr..E. F. Akers is a very methodicalman. and,will get used to being waited impress upon the world. Dr. Geisel streams and harbors will also be improved

:,--.dt1.:,dean and healthful .'. In fact'he is .so very methodical on.Wilson is doing an heroic work for humanity: FIRST HAIR CUT IN SIXTEEN under this bilL
that he sometimes fails to do something had a light breakfast at ten Dr. Kerr Boyce Tupper, who may J YEARS. Senator Fletcher, Congressman
:y MORE ABOUT- CODE HILL that ought to be done.because o'clock then was off to the White almost be counted an Orange county Special to the Sentinel Sparkman and several other leaden
he is so'busy doing something else. House to pay his respects to Taft. citizen, can not be classed a popu.' Washington, March 4.-E. F. Box- stood by the President this morningat

Mr. -that' He nearly,always locks up his tooth The, visit was' brief, but everybody lar lecturer. He is, a preacher of well, of Kansas,.who reserved his_seat his desk in the White House and
Hill announces the date of
5'" ids.liaireutUng is correctaas filling gold in his safe. That is what who witnessed the meeting said it. great clearness, a man.of broad study on the most prominent reviewing watched the Chief Executive attack:
in, the announced his safe is for. Last Saturday even- was entirely cordial Then, came the and the fact that he always conveys stand last January, saw President his signature to the most important J
Sunday Morning Sentinel and
will take this ing he wad so busy getting ready to trip to the Capitol and the swearing: some great lesson to his hear- Wilson inaugurated today, then he legislation.. of the present Congrest f
place
: afternoon at 2
.' 8ck-; t.: : home to supper that he'failed to in. Wilson was obliged to wait with ers and impresses' it upon them makes went to a barber and had a haircut as far as Florida is concerned.
.; the Band Stand on Orange go Taft in the about hour the first in
Capitol be-
an him teacher of sixteen years.. Boxwell
a power. Captain J. R.
avenue. put the precious ,metal in its safe Slattery, chief of the .
: fore the Senate and House were ready I Dr. Tupper accomplishes a good took an oath in 1896 never to have United States
t place. Posiibly the dental burglars Corps of Engineers of!
.,["* .Mr.' BDl'does. not'announce, reserved 1 to inaugurate Marshall Wilson chafedat and is of worthto his hair defiled by a barber's shears
seats I observed this. Any way they fixed I purpose a man great this district, stated this morning that
but that those wishing :
says the delay and was' glad when the until a Democrat took the
the Chautauqua work. oath of the
skeleton and went throughhis was apportioned
key money as follows
,1h8q\Jetofrls> hair. souvenir wiUfee up a
\t ,; ,as_a i office sometime Saturday night or ceremony was concluded. His inaugu-1 Miss Thirza Mosher makes her first office as President of the United among the different undertakings ii
""' ) "accommodated. as he has arranged. I ration pleased him more, for States: His hair }
at the Orlando Chaut u- was forty-four inch. the State. Jacksonville '
I and went about one appearance to the
.tto have Sunday away sea, ;
|S the silvery tresses fast
I shorn as I hundred; dollars richer for, their haul held in the open ai '. qua this season and during the first es long. $550,000; Indian River, $22,000; HilU-
:as from his head placed in small I \
When back to the White
r ; I and'not to have the methodical Doctor hegot few days of her work ,has made .a' borough Bay over $10,000; Tampa
,bundles "
and .
,tied with, a red string House at the head of the parade he ENCOURAGING NEWS'FROM
I favorable impression, although she MR bay $5,000 Key
the West
left
f which he will sell to those in search entirely forget them, they' ; $15,000; Sar-
i went to lunch while the wait- HUNT.
: ,:of aoev+.... skeleton key on the floor as a remind- paraders can not be said to be an artist or to sots Bay, ,$13,000. From two thousand
ed line the street 'This has always The
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received
;, possess any extraordinay accomplishments. was to five thousand will be spent in
er.If wish to see how a methodical been his practice, but Wilson, She will please most m clovers in Orlando yesterday afternoon improving many other smaller places.
.\ BAD PIE Dental you Surgeon looks when he is lock: with ,consideration for ,the 'standing and that is the most any soloist,'from_ one of Mr Eugene Hunt's sons This means that over $1,000,000
: .- soldiers and civilians, cut his luncheonshort to do. to friends here, relative to the
the gold'ter'the most of it can, hope con- now available for the work in Florida.
ing
:. Just "as the. Sentinel 'was 'ready,togo has up been stolen, drop into Dr.. Akers and ate standing and took exactly The extraordinay entertainment of ,dition of his father, who was serious It has been feared for some time that

to press '9 e&terdl7''JI1ondng office any evening about closing time. twenty minutes. Tonight president the' program thus far'was'that given ly hurt, inan automobile accident in the President would not sign.the bill :
i of the worlnngmen d. a'.whole galley Wilson is the guest of honor at dinner by Rosani, one of'the greatest nter.f, Miami Tuesday. Had he refused at the last moment it -
: 'of type in which;was full given by his classmates at Princeton [ "Mother and I arrived :
; a report GRAND THEATRE TONIGHT. tainers on the American m. this morning. would have meant that the work here
.'" i on the ,Chautauqua. We regret this '79 at Shoreham. Entertaining is his business and he .Found'father.resti. g as well as could would have been delayed for perhapstwo

; ',elaeeediegly,. but:pie 'is' a legitimate and the Twins, .Vitagraph. Reached .the hotel at nine o'clock does .it insum a' clever and'scientific be expected; several ribs broken and years.

'product,:: : of a printing_ estnblishmenUATHERBEPOBT,* L Cutey. Comedy. and'got back to the'White House and manner that he may rightly,be styled' lung" punctured- Think he will recov The work upon the St Johns channel
:
Pathe'Weekly No. 8 .... ... .Patl e. to bed as soon as possible the wkzard of antics and king of jug. ,er. will be 'started at once by the

;;. ., The, Phanton 'Ship .Edison; glen., Rosani always pleases.. He United States engineers. Dredges,
'
'" Drama. DEMOCRATIC CAUCUS. never' repeats .himself and those who LUCERNE THEATER hill be put to work deepening the river

: Washington' ; D..C.-Mardi' 4-Flor-: : 'Singing,and Mandolin solos,at the heard himjast night will want to hear 'PICTURES WORTH #SEEING ,from the.the city to the sea and a '

i'Ma fairWedsseday and Thursday; Grand the:rest of this week., Special to the SentinelWashington him tOnight.- J Program Today.THEJJPTONCUP -., thirty-foot channel will be the result
F'etlgiitly)elr in aorta and D. O-I March 4. For I[ .
.west pore :tta1i -Aineriean'Duo at the Grand when the.work is stopped.
,* ., the purpose of organizing for the eitneeeaion |I' Introducing SIR 'THOMAS LIPTON
,. Theatre at the'same,old price,,5 and :- WILL ORGANIZE MILITARY COM-.!I '
10, cents.Cojae ; to be"called_ by,Wilson to .PANt in his great; Yacht Racing ,NEW CIGAR ,FACTORY OPENS.
: AT-mr'FAVomlTODAY.. -- .'to',the Grand and'hear,some convene 'on April the first a caucus There'Will: be a. rousing meeting at!I ,Scene,-Selig.STARTING ,
'
; v 9 good singing no.increase,in price.. <>, wfll,be held'by the democratic,members the' Armory tonight' for tie:propose I I[ SOMETHING Mr." Herman H. Pinder, ,who hat

-'TJaiW,; -r4 of.. Hoaer Three,reels ,of motion+pictures and of .the*'Howe,tomorrow'night in of organizing a.'Military' Co>.-}....in'Tbk |r A'Roaring Comedy-Pathe.I ., been engaged in making cigars all its

fJ. (JfcsjMU '4 an Italia;Aise A Duo. ,.at the Grand the Hoeae ,The= Democratic, member.ship Or4eao- I.I'HER, YUMA SERVANT life,in Key West,:where the finest cigars

?.,.'A Crp, A +TStef. .Mother. ,;". .,.!...".lap., : the;mt,W.t&.wwk,<5 .i419 ast ..in neit'. .... ooagrew. is.200 and_will, 'k -a movement tfcat:ought to:: A.-Mexican Drama full of captivating 'in the world are made, baa opened '
'- 'C ...Ir."' : be, it ie'expected sal the oId Beaters hays"the orse>sr rt aad mi0es rageeaeiit scenes,and,climaxes.:-Plfk': up,a'factory(202 South OrangeAve.,

;i ''Aa OW, Fib XeOer ....f...R.DfSM. ,The. school.debt.. 'of'8t: 'Johns:.coantXttt W I hi(.t.h.: _:Clark ii to be rev- oft everyestiam of Orkafe.. 'I I There'Win, be"special'feature 'each where he frill manufacture, dgars- c

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;y- 'f ;:WHAT,.i' -PBOPLE- :WANTAS. : 'NEWS., CQIFORTEDT- E, LADIES? The"Lake City:Index'says; '''At1as a
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s a new Government building is assuredfor
r.4. '.'} ;, .'INTEREST OFTEN SHOWS- A'Martha! of,Franc Who Was a Here. Lake City." The building; will

..*' .=y <:A-- VERY" SLOW ORDER. -OF i," a Gallant"and Dandy. certainly be a great addition to that a

;f t' } ,INTELLECT. w Blaise -de;Montlne. was a.soldier an. pretty town. EARGAINSIc
-': .{, _ a' marshal(of France' who fougbi BARGAINS I IWe
half the .sixteenth century
through
-/t ,U:news is that.which; is unusual;
,' be wa*. be add
; Like a true Gascon as L MuSiaru
.lien a newspaper is:justified in pub. J.
ed to bin great physical qualities inn ,
-.ift Ishing the'fact that a cow has given
.Rw age. high. spirits ,and nnquenebablhgayety. take pleasure in announcing to Ladies and Childrens '
'Ready
call To deterine to
;,|irtn:to two-headed : .
[ TIE BtNMSI the people in Orlando and vicinity wear hats from 50c
up.
what interests i .the general pub- In the Italian warn Blab de M' lIt
.Ee;:and" therefore is_to be regarded as luc commanded the defense of Siena:i that our line of Spring and.Summer Ladies Rain Coats, Regular $3.00
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;, :fcewa; is .more difficult and will,.be'determined .during 'a prolong 1de e. When! the Manicure- Pedicure,. Shampoo, Merchandise: which b arriving daily kind, now $198. Childrens Lain
x .> by- the, character: and the .town was reduced to a few ounce of Face: and'Scalp Massage. such as Dry Goods, Clothing, Shoes, Proof Capes from $1.98 up. !'
s '* rifid of the man .in'authority.. Every 'bread dally Blaise was overcome' with Hats, Millinery, Ready to Wear Hats, Ladies Washable Skirts, all styles ..
sickness and bad himself carried' about Parlor over Dickson & Ives store the Styles Shown are varied enough from $1.24 up. >
Jerson reads for the *
: a, newspaper In a chair muffled up in'furs. corner Orange and Central
to suit the tastes of every one, and Ladies and Children's Coats and
he is most ,interested, in heJI1
things ; But perceiving' that the inhabitants.especially '
; Avenues. 'the prices are in keeping with Suits at Surprisingly low Price.purchaser's .
every
; ,.skim Dan,issue.,of,the newspaper, the women, were "thus ren
-fat he will read only those things that dered apprehensive of their fate should: idea of economy. Calicos 5c per yard. ".
,(tally make their appeal The ,man be die"-so runs'an excerpt from De I ItlllllHIMiilHIMMIIIUCARTER'S SPECIAL BARGAINS DURING French Gingham lOc per yard. '

vho it_more, interested in the prize Montluc' "Coramentaries"he called FAIR WEEK. To accomodate the trade we give
:..
for of crimson velvet breeches Shoes for Men Ladies
a pair Misses and
,. nice china for
N fi than he is in the pro. away ware premirmsto
jimg laid over \Titb'JOld I lace, very finely i Children in all styles and colors, high
f 'seeding, of congress will think, his for everybody who trades with us. We
cut II.HV were made at a time
and low
cut, to suit the taste of
every Guarantee Satisfaction.
: dull and uninteresting if, or your mon.
newspaper when be nn. forsooth in lore. Be put
STORE body.. All Shoes, will sell at FIFTEENPER
ft puts.a great debate on the first page on a doci: of trW s.une: and a shirt : NEW CENT ey refunded. .
2 tod buries the doings, of the latest of rrlm ntl clk:! and jwld twist, then n hOFFaista Come and con ee yourself ,
buff i-olhr, u'.r \\hie'h he bin *. Ladies and MiddyBlouses
fvhite in of.the inside put nnu In Highland Grove '
.. ..hope one pages. Your Trade will be Appreciated.
of ,
from
very Jini'' ** "J't"He J styles 98c up.
illustration is the
In this
: typical I was .it Itt time wearing gray New Fresh Stock of Staple : Ladies Dresses from 98c up. Men's Straw Hats from 25c up. ,
t :question that every editor must'an- and whit: "in honor of a fair I.idv to Groceries. Our Expense is t Childrens Dresses from 4Sc up. Men's Alpaca Coats from $1.50 up.EMM'S .
7 'iwer' : Which has the greater news whom he wan a *rrunt11"0 he bad Low and our Prices Low. I
talue, the congressional debate or the leisure:" s'*be'put ou a, bat of gray 'Deliver to' Part
We Any
i*white hope?-"and that meanswhich silk with a gray sUrer! hatband and a
;YQ1 'interest ,the largest number of plume of bcrun's feathers set with silver of the City. A Telephone
,spangles. Order to 325 will get the : New York .
:feeders? U'there are more persons I .
He also cassock of Goods.
put on a short '
Jo, \whom the prize ring is of higher gray velvet garnLlhedwith "little

::4 iol sequence than a law affecting wel- plates,of silver at two fingers' distance OIL AND GASOLINE ':
; .Jare of society, then, considered .
pure- from one.another and lined with clothof
,, *V faun the standpoint business, silver, all open between the plates." DELIVERED YOUR DOOR AT :I Bargain Store
the editor is justified in giving the Then be "rubbed ids face with Greek .
'flace.o'f.. honor to the prize ring and wine till be brought a little color into I
the debate ,find place if it his cheeks and drank a small draught IIMMIIIIMIMMIMIttllIMIIIMMtHMIIMIIIHj "
.letting IBO. The' editor, ,would assert a that the with a little bit of bread. ._____ ,___n__._____.-. _. ---- If You Would be Posted be a Daily Visitor to this Store
"He then looked at himself' in theglass
f'' people were interested in "current" strutted before' bis officers

'tews and that he was very properly .though be hid cot the strength to killa to
'" satisfying'their demand, but I mainkin chicken and rode through the town Star EmploymentAgeaey
!: :- that the public interest jn so.'filled to the Teat comfort of all beholders.".

"current news" is no proof of

.Intelligence; .rather it may be ,held ItMlillMMMIIMMMIM :

s )..t it is positive proof:not of Intel. ELIJAH HAND Tell your troubles .to Palmer.He l

j: "K'Wlect genee-, but Maurice of avery Low low in Yale'order Review.of ins Funeral and Embalmer Director will line get of reliable employment help-In any J 3OH! VMT!Y AR W AR I


: ;' tl FROM A VISITOR Hand Block Pine'St. Phone SoMltllllltlllillllMini Phone 105IIIIMtttMftMMiMt
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.,9 Editor Daily Sentinel:-As a visitor \ .\ '

%.pjoyed iho.has a for portion some six of,years the winter or,more in !1 '.. .11!.--.;....--..............tll.......''ll.! .,' ': '"

vjour, city,, I ;m.ost.earnestl1'. endorse I'' CHAS. LORD J. N. BRADSHAW I ,

,- fat ,portion of ,the report .of the I : '1, '
3 ',President of your Board of ',Trade, iLord & radshawi '

;:inferring condition. of Lake,Minnie, | {
of water hyacinths, and
its acres
Yith
; Jta inevitable result unless promptly | We wish to announce to ,our friends, and the public .generally, 'Im

r' ./raaedijed.. .It,' 'isa', .fact no longer 'i that we have formed a partnership under the 1
"
fc.46ubted that malaria and other' diseases I
: 1 above firm name, for a general
: ,are transferred: by the mosquito, I i
end Minnie. in its present I'con.
and Insurance I
Real' Estate .
ii ,J -c-&ittioa: tom ,furnish mosquitoes suffi- i >, .
t ;rent ot, i inoculate the whole of Or. i .
:hinge J county' ,' and I an satisfied such- i business and are centrally, located in a ground floor office at No. |

.condition_ ,will. not induce visitors tot I '1? 8. Orange; Avenue, (formerly occupied by Hamilton & Dunn II
I ..t.ie' ain with you,for any great length ,
'If I time, especially' those who like I Millinery), where we will be pleased to meet all our old friends |J, \
,
have suffered from the inocus -I IA Hardware Harness
xyself II Agricultural Implements Saddlery
r I and to.make,new ones. ,
0n; ,,1 have passed through several I I
s J
.'' .'\ fellow,fever epidemics,and know the 'I Our list of city and'acreage property is surpassed by none, iI .l Paints Oils Building Material Etc
s desalt of-failure to protect ones self I ,
-y 'proper sanitary measures. "It is s. and we have some exceptional bargains COME AND SEE Us i:

: i to be hoped" your city authorities will Cr11d1c Florida

''' tJ4t once take proper steps to save your | Lord & Bradshaw | ,
,;,Btizens from.siclmess: from such pla-, ,
..
"3 .'i..as,Lake.Minnie is at'present and 117 S. GRANGE AVE. ORUNBO,. FLA. I
; :post of coUrse get worse as the warm i
'-: ?leather.-n,reaSes. 1--, ._ -11......,........, I ; .

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j :.:W.,Ejx. ,<: VICTORY-IN.INDIA. BRIGHAM & HILL W. M. SLEMONS


: IndianapoKs, March 3.Women's
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j suffrage in Indiana today won a vic. NEWS AGENTS.. -
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Iorr'.when'more than 600 women

4, arched, to the Senate and argued I
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fair. ,Senator: cause,Grube with, unable corner to legislators.withstand +J,rlando Stationery, Souvenir and Curio Stop ., Our C ew S Spring StDC, is Coning In

y..- .fife pleas,introduced a joint resolution ':" And we will offer to you a Choice Selection of High Class I
; ... amend the State constitution to WIST-CHURCH ,STREET / Goods. .

i grant women f suffrage* From ',,, IN DRY GOODS, ALL.THE STAPLE AND USEFUL .
f Ae Senate the women went',into.the GOODS as well as FANCY SILKS, and FINE DRESS

3 <, House and there stepped the proceedings : GOODS, HOSIERY IN SILK LISLE AND COTTON, and

while they made their pleas. Here : '.. the Many Accessories that. Women Use., .. . . . . .
: iowever. they were less successful 19 3MOTOCYGLES Models t
titan in,the :upper house for little attention : -. : -Bargains Six Days in Every Week

was paid them., : ; _
;a: The Women first' pinned a "votes ..- ; . We carry all the time a large stock of SHOES of the
:, for women"',badge ,on Governor,Ral : :.';:' best makes and newest styles. KING QUALITY MEN'S
Aon.I I : .':' w SHOES. CRADDOCK TERRY'S WOMEN'S SHOES
.- -. : AND CHILDREN'S SHOES. NONE BETTER ARE

HEW ARRIVALS AT ORLAND HOTEL SOLD IN THIS MARKET. .
SCHLOSS BROS. FINE SUITS FOR MEN at $15.00,

Edward Holley, Chicago;' Wm. H. $20.00,. $25.00 and $30.00 ,are unsurpassed for STYLE

Eli, Atlanta, Ga.; .C. H. Hillman, FIT AND QUALITY.
LORD BALTIMORE BOYS SUITS WILL BE SURE
*, Alta, Canada; E. J. Zedtzatt, South
Dakota; Mrs.: M. F., Gault, Kansas TO PLEASE YOU.
:- 'sty, Mo-; M. N. Seftrick, Nashville, Four H. P. Models $200.00 t
.a ,Temur Messrs. Barber, Brown and Seven H. P.:Models, $250.00 .
,dark; Tampa; H. Mendenhall, San.
tfwnd; W._w Woods, Homesdale,Pa.;' c E. =i1jrt W.M. Slemons

K Mrs.,T,,J. ,Swinebourn, Brooklyn, N. 1I
<..* Y.; Dr.; P.;,F., Goode and wife, ,Ash- ORLANDO, FLA. Agent for Orange_CountyHIIIIIIIIIHHIIIIIIIililllllllili. !. '.1

..lab ,Ohio;- W. .S- :Goode, .Ashtu-

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:;f t.it FA'\'QUA"T, PMIlt1soPHER. Real .t .. ,
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= 1;.,,DftIy' '.,''uicfH'- '.. ...'.oi Litt> ..:Fautts,' .. .
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.. .'Rial,VirtuM.Sfrtedbergs; (
Real stateFourteen irSAFAIR PROPOSITION IF YOU WANT
::. ; In -"Buter.\(aStories. '" .. :
translated from the
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":.lwedllb"by'VelDII Swanston Howard.. acres'of good.land-in good TO ASSUME THAT YOU .ill' I BRIGHTER FRUITFree
\.ri: ',;qaaiat, Mt'of conscience! _easing location 9 acres in grove' Locatedon | '
;.ftuoBJ i'bY a ,matter'of, fact philoopbtetl ;lake. Price r I
'... ; photographer. He, had' 'a nice- 5500. APPRECIATIVE OF'T VERY from the dust mite and for which
Jptrtner,'who.posed.as a real a; fault- ---- ,'j command the
'j you fancy prices, useSulphoCitrol
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'sles. philosopher.' But,this matter,of Ten'..acres first classland. 5 acres 1 .BEST. .WE ARE SPECIALISTS IN" ... .
:tact "fall of little,eccentridttak -
chap' wu in grove.. Splendid location. $4,500.: i' .
,
r ; For.Instance,'be smoked tobacco ; i
:.. ;tll day long; he could neter' ,learn to Two and one-half acres in excellent Electrical Wireing and Motor Work _
doe adoor after him:, he, stack the .
'knife Into, his month ist d .vf the location. All in grove. 1500. i IF YOU WANT V -
,fork;,he went about'in the house with t NEWELL ELECTRICAL COMPANY .
'his hat"on; he manicured his,nails'to A large,number business,lots in < ,
't ;the'middle ofthe, atelier and at night various localities in the city, ;and! ARCADE BUILDING To destroy the"THRIPP," use-
'. be bad to have three'mugs'of ale.' .He beautiful suburbs of the city at prices!; CHURCH ST. .
,was full of' faults."" ranging from $100 to $1,000. I{ Black Leaf Tobacco Extract V ;
To bis faultless- partner the matterof PHONE 280The ?
; fact one thus justified his short' I
comings i "Just consider! I do' not Lake front home sites containingtwo
1, .'drink.to excess.therefore" attend to and more acres of land at the I Our new 1913 Almanac containing full
3 the business. ,I don't steal, 1 never very moderate price of $650.
information
sent three
for cents A
'. speak ill ,of.you I never complain. I I t you '
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; sever turn white into black. I'm never ? .
\\'A cndril to'customers, 1 rise early in For,particulars call at office over Best the postage.
:the,morning;I trim my nails to keep Dickson & Ives store, Orange Ave. is; Cheapest
,the developer dean,,,I keep my hat on '
!my bead so. as not to shed hairs on CARL JANSENMlliiiilillllllilllMMM SO GET THE BEST OF E. 0. Painter Fertilizer Co. r
the plate I smoke,tobacco to clear the *.
!f atmosphere of .poisonous' fumes,, I
r leave the 'doors ajar:to'avoid" making
Paints and Wall
\, a noise In the,atelier. I, drink ale'at I PaperTHE JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
.. night so.as not to fall Into the whisky
habit and I shove''my''knife into my IndeedThey
; mouth to:avoid. sticking myself with 1912 WALL PAPER IN SAMPLES I
the fork." IS GRAND AND I WILL'BE PLEASEDTO
""Verily, thou art 'a great philoso I
1 pher. said ,the partner. "Now ,we I SHOW THEM. ALL YOU HAVE TO t.
"V shall be friends. and,thus we'll make DO IS TO TELEPHONE AND I WILL
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headway BRING THE SAMPLE TO YOUR HOME.

<". Bound,to Hit Something. AreNo I '

There,is aNcrosseyed; man in Cleveland Fireplace Mantels [
who is an enthusiastic trap shooter -! better cigars are to be I GEO. A. BARKER. PHONE 268 V
; furthermore he Is an expert Hi
record Is a'thing to be found anywhere we'resure Tiles and Grates 4
proud of. One .
of than, hence we feel I '
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yentared no hesitancy in saying that : I
'You: are so horribly cross eyed that regardless of'price, there is Caloric Fireless Cookers,
I"cJ q't see bow yon are able: ;to:shoottralghtr 'not: a.cigar made that you .
.
can enjoy more than Electric Pocket Flash Lights i
'
"i'Iltell you my 'secret 1!squint HAWLErSSTRAIGHTS a MSSESHMLOTOTJMhave ,I
along' the left barrel 1 with 'my .right
sft,and I squint along' e right. barrel 1 and Complete Electric Lighting Plants of .
with my left eye"'dud HAVANAS ,

"Yr then ,I fire both 'barrels"Cleveland Made in ,Orlando: Sold by now opened their Any Size Installed. I
Plain Dealer., all Dealers., Only cost 5
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cents.
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of Courts tore" of were-Love.Court established. in ASK 'FOR THEMMtlMMMIIIIIIIMMHIH stock of new Spring Hats .

the middle ages when'chivalry was at : E. S. PIERCE V
j its height and love the serious occupation .
.of life. among the higher class ofF and Millinery >' .. .
; 'aodetj. The first'-court of love",was BEADY' NOW ELECTRICIAN,
established'In;the;eonth of France in '
'the.twelfth century'and, 'was composed Strong vigorous tomato plants at P19NE 456. New Iud IM., torch St.I .
of knights poets and ladles, and their LATEST STYLES.
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thousand. The Bear's
decisions on subtle'citJoDl.eonnected .$1.50 per .Head,
'With ,affairs, of tbeifceartwere.given.. Farm,Pine Castle,Fla. 10Advertisement t,
with,mat formality: -
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:, The all-important question of Furniture. You'll readily admit that you


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

: to us,' we will see that you get it.

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: :Reason Why Most

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1\ A Good Square Deal,
C*if

: People buy at, Kincaid & Snow- .

Is what we all want for .our
den 5s'beca'. use.- they get an honestdollar'sworth '


of merchandise for, w money. 5.

: :: : You get one here. We carry
every dollar they spend, they A :
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in Stock more Home Furnishings ,
given a square deal 1 No .' :
than 'anYother two furniturehouses
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promises; no -
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Our trust is popular ; it belongs to the people ; it has never: :been attacked by the man with the

muck' rake.. The.word trust has several meanings. The .one, we:refer to means confidence. faith and re. ,s

fiance. Without this trust modern business could. not, be ;conducted, . Our trust is yours for the asking.: r.

Now is, the, time. to ask_ for it. Your credit is .good. This; big building packed with Furniture and

Sj F stoves of' 'description, '* / i '
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:; : South'Fiorida, .. Sentinel Individuals: who :are.wise::'and not 'I may: 'be ,matter'for.'boasting toj!
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.... "" .t'd. claim the doubtful honor
,... ,,lIoNiINc. ',A. ;WlBLY' overly.puffed'up, :correct;their faults of'assisting]
d : '' -_ _ .: uPon the advice of their friends. If la'the defeat of, a proposition the]i 'e"ic'h"as"You Will .
building of brick highways in Florida,'t
eUBecllersloN KATBBl Orlando' can. take this view 'of it,
but the Tribune must'confess that it .
that ,disgrace
some conditions now are a "
>a{: THE DAILY SHNTINBL "to the city will be corrected., cannot' see it:that way.

fee year ........:.16.00 criticising 'In:the first place, the movement has '
are daily n-
Strangers
fa Months. ... 150fre not been defeated by any means. It You Cant
and helpful Find
ditions. here making sug- More for
Months ... 125'Per .
gestions. In another column will is growing stronger with_ the ,people ,
Week .10By day. The semblan e'.o'( panic !
be found a communication a man every. : -

_p Dew% carrier In Orlando M,cents per I whose modesty prevents the signing into which certain papers have been!, : :Your Elsewhere ,
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.temth, DaUr'&Del Sand.The I of his'name, other than Memphis, and thrown, by the mere suggestion has < Money tJ
: ' had very little'effect'upon those who
Orlando Morning Sentinel can lie'found being a man'of wide experience and '
\ want to see'Florida become of the '
a sale in'.Orlando at Carte & OTfeal's Book great responsibility we attach 'some one < : ---,. '::
Jt,ore. importance to.hiS say so. Read what good roads States of the Union. And, ;: t : fr .

_:We, will, appreciate, prompt complaint if he says ,and, ponder well, for conditions if it should be defeated, it is certainly ; : : "., :'; NOR CAN YOU FIND BETTER JEWELRY -:
livery b.not properly'made by oar carriers.AderrtUng a queer idea ot progressive journalism i =
;.' / in Orlando are by no means perfect : '
rate*. will be'famished on,&pJlieatIoJ - ,Judge Warlow,' the retiring for a paper to, boast that it had a { THAN OURS. FOR SEVERAL YEARS THIS. v

i President of the Board of Trade made I hand in the undoing. ;' t

: THE WM LTBENTINBL some pertinent comment and. his ob- Florida,has alway been unfortunate : >:: ; .1, HAS BEEN SO, IT IS SO TODAY, AND WILL I IC
'liar year, by'mail postage paid ........1100JUdress servations not idle. The Judge is I in encountering such obstacle to its --r't.:,,;'IIi is
are
: '' ,THE fflMTINEL Orlando Florida.Qfiee wise enough to see'the drit of things I progress- ntwgpapw, legislators,, .:.: ,::);{\, . BE SO TOMORROW, NEXT YEAR, AND IN r j
10, ? Court Street, Arcade BuflingZ4 who cannot f'
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politicians see ;' .
beyond
) and does not hesitate. mention falls -{ :;; ., t'
their own narrow interests and who 1 ; ;: 4 i' > THE YEARS TQ COME. :
ures. I I .. ," ; t i.'
J. ,.. 1e UIIANN, ,NtH, That the Board of Trade of Oriandc give vent to exclamations of horror' .' ': :'"i 1- '

'JOHAR FB3BB, Pifprietor. has been a failure 'so far, as accomplishment -I and alarm ffltenevef a movement for,! : "

is concerned, even the most the material impruVitient ef the State ; D> \
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liberal supporters of it freely admitA : :
Have flest and Be
Not
.man from Michigan, who owns much smaller than a few years ago m r
Politics makes strange bed. fellows considerable real estate here, said that and is growing beautifully less year

:4 t" ,and misery. loves company.- Judge Warlow hit "the nail on the head by year. ; I

P, when he said the whole idea was to The, movement for State highwaysis 2

; :Some men who aspire to office in get people here, and that this idea not.to be impeded by such agencies. '

Orlando are duly scheduled for a post together with other selfish' practices Florida wants them and Florida'will It'sn the Jewelry Line e Have It t

Bortem., indulged in on the, part of some had get them if not by the plan at present r

0r .I made the board of trade a dead issue being advocated, then by some ,

in Orlando. "None are so blind as other plan. But their value to the
,.: Chicken, southern ,style, flocks of
those who won't see!" and the man State will be in proportion to the
loe cakes to sustain the presiden.
are .
who'is guided wholly by selfish motives length of time we have to wait for
tial policy,,it is understood. -
soon finds himself playing on an them. They would be worth much T Evans the JewelerOPPOSITE

o old stringless fiiddle. It remains forth more, to us. within the next two. or
,There ,were thirteen brothers' and Civic' League or some new organ. three years than they would be ten I ,

asters in the Madero'fami y. It should ization to take Orlando out of the or twenty years hence.-Tampa Tri-

R lave been expected. ruts. bune. POST 'OFFICE

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,There .is a lobster famine this THE NEW PRESIDENT BRYAN IN THE CABINETThe

spring, "but we havnt the nerve to -, :t
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refer tot in a jocund way t Every man in America irrespectiveof Sentinel invites the public to

,0 party affiliation will view with interest read any and all the editorials pub.

every move he makes and will listed in this paper during the past \
t{ what in a name? The head of
,the National Consumers' League is a wish him well in his efforts to bring 'year. There is not a single one that SILK STOCKINGSFor
about the reforms he has declared
; fellow.. by the. :name 'of Thrift. we have any delicacy about, or that
touch .
for.The would any tender spots when
ti 4< o importance of the Presidentialoffice mentionof them is made. ,

Jt the war on high prices continues, in the United States increases We especially ,invite attention to

E z a'W111 soon be necessary' to build with the years. No ruler on the face the position this paper took with Mr.

tomes for destitute middlemen., of the,earth has so much power and Wilson's candidacy, the position taken

o influence in national and international with jefrence to Mr. Bryan's relationto
Day
To Judge by the names of,that new affairs as the President of, the United the party and the Wilson adminis-

reach Cabinet a moving picture of States. tration, and all that the Sentinel has
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fee,outfit,would, not be a bad thing. The Presidential 'candidate writes advocated pohtcially and it will be and

;. : o the platform on which his party goes conceded by all fair minded people

'A'.housewife;recommends jam as a forth to battle for victory at the polls. that the Sentinel has been safe and ,

substitute.for butter. But it all depends The National Chairman and the sane, truckling to no element or clique Evening'Wear

on who makes.the jam.. There National Committeeman are appoint but going straingt ahead in ,its in f

=: ,is jam-and jam. ed at the, behest of the Presidential vestigation of public measures and j '
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candidate. The of the President
; '0'W messages then declaring itself in no uncertain .

who is in harmony with his terms, and then staying by these .
&know men who put up a five-dol-
is for their
r ,' party a proclamation guidance declarations.If .
kr-note 'ungrudgingly to see an alleged -
prize fight and complain bitter. , and ,the views of the Presidenton this sort of journalism suits the

.F cost any International question is re people of Orlando they will find the
Jy of the high of living.
.. o garded as the views of this country. Sentinel ever ready to serve their interests .

The President stands closer to the and advance their course. .

,Invincible aeroplanes are the latest people, and is more often bronght in The Sentinel will be a factor to be Our Personal Guarantee : \\\\I\
',invention, ,but we presume, a man ,
touch with the masses than is the reckoned with and no amount of bluff
could, fall as hard and as far from "
ruler of,any other: nation, and to this can stem the tide. Pair
them from Accompanies Every
:as he ordinary. cort ,
-" latter principle President Wilson is .
. o o
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It ,;k''to be hoped that the, worst New President. A "HORSEBACK" OPINION.The .

sighting: that will, be experienced bythe

new battle ships is that sham bat- o following correspondence between Marion B. Ives I

lie, ng.gedn') by the U.,'S. Senate. SENATOR DONEGAN IN THE Messrs, Starbuck & Starbuck,

.0 CITY prominent attorneys of this city and

+, ',This, is .an age of combinations inrestraint the Attorney General, Hon. T. F.
of trade and combination for Sen tor'Donegan was in Orlando West, will no doubt be interesting

, the purpose of bringing together bow- yesterday' and in conversation with reading for Sentinel readers: EXCLUSIVE MILLINERY PARLORS

'leged ,and:;tottering. enterprises. the proprietor of the Sentinel said. Orlando, Fin, March, 1913.

o "Joe, no,man stands closer to me politically In connection with the statementof

,King George has.read ,a chapter \and enjoys my \confidence law prepared by J. J. Dickinson, Second
Floorceived
4\ fey, ,in the, Bible for ,the last thirty more fully .than you, and I want to with' his consent we sent a practical

1 Tears. ;He ought to be mighty nearlythrough say to you that when I made my,statement copy ,of this statement to the Attorney -

the book..by' this time., before your Board of Trade com- General some time ago, and enclose I .

o mittee, I meant just what I,then and I you herewith a copy of our letterto &

The admonition '"Parcels delivered there stated and have never changedmy him and a copy of his.reply. (
and noted. I thank for TO TAX In tie Curt ef
you PAYERS OF ORANGE Comaty Judge, State tf FlorIda -
at theW": door," has no terrors for mind, or,made any contrary statement Yours truly,
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writing me, and for the information COUNTY. Orange Cointy. .
I. 'fee carriers in the'employ as to county division, but would STARBUCK & STARBUCK.
parcel-post
given in your letter In writing the In re Estate of Carl 0 Anderson Ida a An.
if' Uncle Sam. They come. .right 'to go to 'Tallahassee free 'to act, in ,the derson, 'Annie M. Anderson, Alice T. An
letter which I
t ; refer to did
the front ,door. tvu interests of all the people." Orlando, Fla., February 20, 1913.* without making you investigation, so of I have a list of houses bunt in 1912, Notice demon,b liinop.hereby given, to all whom It may
Honorable T. F. West, I any and take it for granted they were all concern, that Axie T. Anderson, u guardian
.0 i i the subject matter and my letter was, of Carl 0. Anderson, Ida G. Anderson An-
A voice-operated typewriter is the CHAUTAUQUA REPORTSIt Tallahassee, Fla., finished before January 1, 1913. The nie M. Anderson and Alice T. Anderson mln.

,., very latest word in invention. .Butjust is the policy ,of the Sentinel to Dear Sir- of As course, unofficial the business law requires you to make your return. on apply will to on the the Honorable 6 day of Wm.April. A. D., 1911..
soon as public of
what sort of language will' it use report all .social, religious, and edu It is stated by the Sanford people the office will permit, I shall endeavorto I am trying to give you a fair deal, in Judge Orlando ID and in,for said laid County CowtTiiThrtBei at 10 o'clock

when;the.:owner is' putting on a new cational meetings first hand and free that you ,have rendered an opinion but after the book is turned over: to m.. or u soon thereafter u the matter eau L
make investigation be beard, for
a more satisfactory authority
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ribbon,? of ,charge and no exception is made that if Orange county be divided anda the the Tax Collector it will be too late nfollowing the inter at sell of at laid public minora or
of matter, and will write
0' with the Orlando, Chautauqua. We new'county is cut off, the new county II again.With for you to kick about your valuation. i Countr. tori: described real estate, in laid

E= What is the answer to.the statement pay our admission the same as other will be dry until an election is held. you If I miss a house or assess a piece Wiof N. E.tf of N. W.% of S. E. .t
kind regards, I am, See. 22. Tp 21 S. of R. Zt But
that the only Presidents elected by theDemocrats people and will write the truth without Our L. G. Starbuck,has, given a,similar II Yours of land too low, nothing is said; if.I /JfTJj1001* or lea except **H'of contain way n 11'

: since ',the war,, Cleveland coloring, free from the dictationof horseback opinion, but' recently I- very T. F.truly WEST, assess you too,high you will have .to ,aefenoetL. oa, North side of said land'abort

',ad' Wilson were both sons of"Pres- any body or any body's money. another attorney, who desires that his Attorney General pay the 'bill unless you make your petition Which for application such sale pull now be on based file upon in said the
lyterian clergymen name shall not be mentioned for the return before April 1st, 1913. I would Coon.. -
Dated March 4, A. ,
0 The sensible people of Orlando want present has collated the law'in such like to 'have all property assessed AXEL D.T.IMS.ANDERSON

Cot Roosevelt's paper, the Outlook, the news without tinsel, or .coloringand form as seems to show to us that we The Wilson administration will not equal, It is up to you. There will Guardian

ii'saying nice things of. President it,is a pleasure to note that the are both of us mistaken.' Would be want for useful pets if the machinations positively be no change made when SPECIAL MASTERS SALE.

'dect Wilson. ,Perhaps the colonel exlectt people depend on Sentinel for'this. glad if you would look into the matterin i of certain, Southern Senators tax paying time comesIt will be.too Under A decree of foreclosure and w.I I

to proclaim himself a lifelong The'Sentinel reiterates its promise to the light of this statement of the I and Congressmen are put' into effect late to say my house was not finishedor rendered oa the Pint' day of March 1911

Democrat publish the truth regardless of whereit law and let us know whether or not Most of'the offers of live stock my land is not worth what you of the the Circuit Honorable Court James for W.the Perkins County of Judas Orange -

may,,fall and while this may,stir up your former opinion, still stands, and heard about the Capitol today, ,how- have it assessed at. cause and pending the State ia chancery of Florida.wherein In Henry a eertala L.

--v, The,political boss like the! buzzard the_ dry bones .in some instances, yet if so, your"'reason ,for itWe knowof ever, run chickens. a fact that has ARTHUR BUTT, Riee k complainant and Frank R. Mawrole

'las lived off:the'anion so long ,that for, the. good of the majority of the 'no decision of any Court which brought broad grins of delight. to the Tax Collector, Orange County. and will.others offer for an sale defendants at public the auction under to signed the
people of Orlando, this is would cover the matter although : ,, highest bidder for cash during the legal hours
:ie. carries afeeat with him an offensive necessaryand. we coterie of darky cooks and kitchen 128 of sale on Monday, April 7th, 191S, at the
'.for,.:,that eausea'people: to shun him, .the Sentinel is with the majority. have not thoroughly briefed it, and we maids,,who are'to cater:.to the Wilson o front Florida door the of the Court House at Orlando;

ij not only in politics but in business: The day: of bosses is-past simply submit the mater for your plates during the next four years. foretaste of said decree, towit mortgaged: First premises: Begin described at a point ia t
__o consideration. 'Leaving out the Women no ,doubt as,a 80 feet north of the S. E. comer of Lot 26
o open- i ____' ; ia Block''B"'of 2;, H. Mason addition to
Fighting 'on the"historic fields of Vice-President. Thomas Riley Marshall ing parts of,the letter, which are more their coming(political activity, were the Town of Apopka, in said County of Or
"What caused the coolness between ante, as shown upon a map of said Additionrecorded
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will entertain at the Shoreham or less personal statements. of law eerywhere.durin the ceremoniestodayFifty : '
Troy is expected soon between the ia the land records of said Orange
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you young thought County at page 1 8 of Plat Book *8." and
'# Turks ,and,,-the ,Balkan, allies ,Troyii daring the' next four years., Mr. Mar. prepared by the other attorney are you were engaged.( :; Washington. Society',girls run, north 80 feet' west 104 feet. south 89
shall and Mrs Marshall have engaged quoted below. feet, and east 104 feet to the place of beginning
know '
the' place; you "where fair "His writing.is rater:,illegible.. He welcomed the new Mistress of: the Second Commencing at the corner of
hailed from.. a suite,of rooms in that hostelry and Your truly, Iota Liadley and Harrison ten chains and 11
i announced that it would be their home L. G. STARBUCK. sent: me a note calling, for 10,000. White House and her daughters. to the links west-of half milepost between Sections ,
o' ; kisses." 10 and IS of Township 21 south Range
A "sweet Sixteen .Squad" 28 east, and ran south 430 feet, east 171
fi during ,Mr,' Marshall's tendency of Capitol ,
We sherfd the accordion- .
imagine
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"WeUt""I feet north 429 feet. and west liS feet to
: U;that, '.demanded' for office. Tallahassee, Fla., February 27, 1913 fibure of speech used out of deference, the place of beginning: and being a' part of
y c are it ,
Starbuck & thought was a prescription and to' the'su-marehedJn the parade. the NW or'of NE or of NW or of Section
Messrs. ,
,. '..e'rweir.thecoming: summer'oold Starbuck took it to the 'tO be IS b Township 21 south Range 28 east All
druggist
t : < The man who is. dishonest: ,and Orlando,'Flu::, ffed. Suffragettes :from every 'i>art of the4slentry said lands ia said County of Orange; State of
:fit:ittiMT:M.)j5pe! .Uy:BO (one 1 Florida.
t ,';.. -.J.t.t.;" ,1 ft.hHMrii ..the treacherous ,in -politics.wm be, so?:in : ', valiantly ',carried 4ban.. Terms cash, ; purchaser to pay for titles
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We have'fist received a coapkte line of new Spring Hats for Ladies L. We have some lovely Embroidered Swisses, and a complete line of Chicon
; ; art 41 Misses, aid me bow we.kave the latest styles, and at prices you can ,,: ; Tissues in all colors.
; : aid te own o e. Just.wtite a few .those,fo our window, and remember "
f. 'that.these are'oily lest a sample, as we'have' several hundred! } c1 Alsothe daintiest of figured dimities, and laces of all kinds to make
s ,to'select ,from:and'no,two laike. Jet look them, over before you get t 2W N ,e them up., Be sure you see them. '

t'l _ yow Easter'Bonnet. % Children's Dresses for school, or home. The handsomest line we have
Z -We'also have a beautiful fine'of. spring fabrics for Easter Dresses,; V J j ever had, and prices range from 50c to $1.50 so there is no excuse for the
and ,we are sure you can be ,pleased here, (also sure the price is right). ., children not being nattily dressed.
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4 WADI. b and.Florida wrapper, sold by all deal. II .

; .THE ORLANDO.TUNER FLA.. ers. Arriving in Orlando yesterday over Weuesftai t nt Friday[ n
t the Atlantic Coast Line in their private I J Thursai J ,
;" > Mr./'J. D. Evans has traded his car, "Emelynne" were Mr. and ,
<.. home in: Concord Park on the corner Mrs.: J] T Gardner, (f f Chicago, Mr.
.S.,' of Concord and Lexington avenues fora and Mrs. W Ci Arp of Terre Haute,
: ; I)ir. W. W. Bell, one of Kissimmee's ranch at Forrest City and will Ind., Mr. and :Mrs. A C. Collier and .
progressive citizens ,spent yesterday I shortly move to that place. Miss Pauline Arp, of Chicago.

VV J' ._in,Orlando important_ business. I 1 They will spend several days in
: L I' Money. to loan on improved property. this vicinity fishing and seeing the Yowell'sJust !
; '}' Ire. John Len,- of Rochester, N. Y., S. Y. Way. sights. 11
f is in Orlando on a visit to her mother -: Mr. Gardner is one of the leading
..Mrs. M. Leu and Mr. Harry P. Leu. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Grisson, who Railway equipment men of the world
t have spent a most delightful winterat and is connected, with the Vandalia
i" : Nice ,fine Mexican bananas in car the Carpenter cottage on Lake System of the "Big Four."
C' .near Atlantic Coast Line depot at Minnie left yesterday for ther homein Mr. Arp is the superintendent of
1 :almost your own price. ,Salem N. J. motor power of the Vandalia Railway

;t i,. .\\ tlf you want to--buy--'...;some real good Mr. and Mrs- Walter Kephart and part'Mr..of Collier the Pennsylvania is connected System.with the Think Of It !! .

:Bananas at almost your own price, Mr. and Mrs.,N.,S. Mesick, of Petos- Garland Ventilating Syndicate and
visit the ear. near the-A. C. L depot key Michigan, who .have spent the I their output is seen in all first class .

!' W.> ,H.. Bogart. who is traveling'J winter their ,nothern in Orlando home.' left They yesterday will for return cars. New Spring goods in French Silks Mar
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C ,for the W. A. Slaughter Manufactur next fall. "HONEY BOY" MINSTRELS. ,
I'V. ,ing,Co:,:is.b the city for a few, days -
''/' '>i, stay Mrs. Wolf, of Forrest, Miss., and I i Tommy Hyde, the clever soft shoe quisette, Voiles, Silk Tissues, Silk Organdie
!r':" f- V Miss Bertha Frenkel, of Gadsden, 'dancer, who at present wears the
: -Drj Caroline' Chisel will,.begin" her' Ala,- mother and sister ,of Mrs. P. l crown formerly the lot of Barney Fagan -
{ juries of lectures this',morning;at teno'clock Phillips'; are" visiting Dr.. and Mrs. and George Primrose in this favorite i iI i Soiree Mirage, Moonlight Chiffon
'the I ,
I : in the'Le tUre Room of autiful'
-- Phillips! at. their home on portion of minstrelsy, is againa
l f '.,Presb terian Church.,. Lucerne. Circle. I feature of George Evans' "HoneyBoy"
Silk
Foulards '
: I Spider Silk and just thousands
'Ji' .:. '. Minstrels in their all new showof
't .Banana salevat 'car, ,thi':11' be Dr...George L. Summey, .the noted' the present season, which will be
'special,and'youjean,get,them at,your 'Chautauqua lecturer,' and Mrs;Rice, seen at the Lucerne Theatre Thursday of other
1. 1V own 'price. Car ,down,:near'',the 'de.. of Jacksonville, are the guests of Mrs., March 20th. Spring goods in all the

\' ., pot come and get' :what'- 'you" want' .:. 'W .;Watson.:and.Mrs-. A. Camp- In the Southern dancing. revel,
'" \ 6e l 'a("Alabama'on Concord avenue.Mrs. which takes place in a beautiful seen- leading shades dots
'fF a "Btefiop :Wm. C. Gray returned ye*. Campbell is a,sister of Mrs. Riceand ic setting entitled "Seminary Days, Spring stripes, plaids,
: ':; teriay'from a viait to the East Coast Dr.' Summey'and the re-union is the new and novel dance creation by
.' ,. i and will be in the city for several a most happy one.Fraser James'E. Gorman, stage manager for checks and floral designs.
::',:' days.. all Cohan and Harris' productions,
< ,r Mr..A. a most pleasant gentleman Hyde, supported by the supurb exem-
Quite a'number ,of .Orlando attorneys from Covington, Ky., who ,has plification of the terpsichorean art. These are all on three center
t, spent yesterday in DeLand on spent several seasons in Orlando' is I He is in full charge of all the salta-
: .: legal .ma terL- Among them, were here for: a visit before leaving home. torial'exhibitions and that insures
:. V Major Leroy B. Giles, Jos- H. Jones Mr. Frazer says he comes to Florida they will all be of incalculable worth. tables just at the time
'' L..G. Starbuck,and C. P. Dickinson. early every fall and after visiting
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*"""' points in the Southern part of the Aong the prominent ,Floridians in !
f. Unity; Circle will, meet at, Unity, State always winds up at Orlando.A Orlando guests of the San Juan, are we have got to buy.
t P Chapel, .corner. .Central avenue and: Mr. and Mrs. P. Kirby, of Jackson
; West street, on Wednesday'ofternoon party consisting of J- B. Tibbets',ville.
.at 3 o'clock. Paper, by Mrs..,E. H. and wife of Philadelphia, J. B. Thompson 0.-- Choice for the three days
;' McNeill, on Ralph. Waldo, Emerson. ,and wife, of Camden, N. J., Mrs.F. Mrs. E: H. Westover left on the ,
t'{ .All are cordially, invited. L Sunbery, of Brooklyn and W. W. midnight train for Jacksonville, where I
'" Wood, of Scranton, Pa., are in town she will spend a couple of weeks with
'.: .Mr. P. D. Lfle,'who with his family looking, over a location for a family her daughter, MrsG.. C. Fields.
:', 'have been spending the winter in the club 'house and Orange grove, which I Wednesday, Thursday and Friday
'city returned to their home in PetoskyMichigan they have purchased, is an ideal location -| Mr. and Mrs- Will Harker, of Mul;
t yesterday. The Sentinel for them. : lica Hill, N. J., who has been touring
; 'win be a weekly visitor to their home. I} Florida, stopped over in Orlando for a THE BIG WHITE STORE
.- Mr- Joe Brown, representing Marcus few days visit with their frineds, Mr. II
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Mr. M. T. French left yesterday for Loeb, Atlanta, Ga., and Mr. H* and Mrs. S. 'P. Carpenter, on Lake
'Michigan'where he will visit a. sister C._Berry, representing Berry Bros., &' Minnie.
:for 'a few weeks and then go' to hi*I Fresch, Baltimore, are in Orlando today I ON ORANGE AVE I I1I .
:.' home in_New York state. The Weekly guests of the San Juan. They I: Milo Johns, of Battle Creek, who ,
Sentinel will follow him. are touring t.hState,in Mr. Brown'sautomobiie has purchased a lot in Orlando will
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} and came in last evening; let the contract for a good huose tom -
i .a Harrigal,of Hurley; South Da from Miami. They having been ro -- be in readiness' for him by the time ....- -- <:c.
!; kota, arrived in:the,city last evening tog to Orlando fqr a number of years I he returns next Nevember. He will COMMITTEE TO MEET. ------ wwww 4N N44ywrrwwwwnhw __
Mr. Harrigal is an old acquaintance and are two of the'most popular commercial I 1 read the Weekly Sentinel this 'summfr. i I LIGHT
''" ,of N: Corniah, W..'.H. Robertson and men on the road. There will.be a meeting of the Orange THE
),. S. Branch. and jtis,: probable that County Democratic Executive
l :m&Dre&if South,Dakota stories will Money to loan,on improved property. The Misses Dora nad Alice Holden Committee iff Orlando, Saturday, Mar. PATH TO PROSPERITYMerchants
I* :be exchanged,between them. S. Y. Way. who now operate boarding house on 22nd, 1913, in the Court House at
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Court street near the Arcade,' find 10:30 o'clock for the purpose of recommending Ii
their business increasing so that it to the Governor for appointment who use Electric Signs never lose a
becomes necessary to enlarge their some person for Solicitorof their
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t apartments. Consequently they ,will the Criminal Court of Record and way wrong'road to suc
build a two story atone building'adjoining transacting any other business which ,cess. You simply cannot fail to attract new
their present building, and may, come, before it.. customers if Electric
you use an Sign. It acts
: New Lot of Soft Collars B. C. ABERNETHY
equip it as a modern boarding house like an irresistible
I 11:1'ano1her season: Chairman. magnet, drawing all the,
.JOSIAH FERRIS, trade within ',its reach: That is ,the reason

with Ties to Match Honey to loan on improved property.S. Secretary. they. command, the ,attention. of buyers. 7
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". ' best sportsmen; who has probably Arcade,fo neme t.imeJeaves, to day
killed_more' game this season than.any for Jacksonville ,where+ ,'he win,stay I' ,matter how small l{ his business, the Electric t)
: <. at man in these parts, wound up the awls for a,few, ,days tad, then go :to ,hit I, SignS the. cheapest and most effective ,
son by'.killing a-,211 pound gobler, homer !He WIll',k ep in 'tadi with V Jb
the;last day. He found while draft Florida'tireagh the Weakly Sentinel advertising. ;
I 1g''the','turkey a' BB' 'shot lodged Phone, for'our Sign. Designer: to call and submit ? -

: S & & DICKSO.Home lt against',its been'breast there bone'for'.aeveral'years,:which had evidently , WANTE&-A good- wfcte cook,, ah ;a sketch.NoTrouble J;

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1t '" / :. a formidable" phalanx> in 'the parade. midnight, will be run in the "Too Lateto
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:J Politicians,were inclined to think that Guaaify" column. *

.; :'Old' Tom Cane Face to Face With the,expensive'headgearwas indicative .Boosters of five lines, or less-approximately
30 morda one time, 25
: i It Between Decks.' only of a'love'of display and not. of cents; three times 50 cents; one'week BUICK!

J". .[ a wish to impress the President witha (six daily and one weekly editions)

\ proper Sense of the wealth and pow: $1.00; one month, $3.00. ...,.-.- ....._,...

<: SCARED 'THE' ,SAILOR_ STIFF.. er of the 'New York delegation. FOR SALE-80 acres of good land

three miles'west of Taft 20 acres U

W Subscribe for the Sunday Sentinel cleared and in cultivation. Good The Car That Sells
If Then .Wh.n H.:Got. Wind: Enough to buildings. Price $30 per acre. Ad-
.
'
J' ',Y.!l .Th..* Was, a Lively :TimAboard .. Ten cents a.week delivered. dress P. B,_care Sentinel H

t= chi! Old. Sailing Vm.l till t. ,FOR SALE-Good Horse, Carriageand ByheCarLoad .

Mate Ended the,Mystery._ Harness. For work on driv-
I ing. Apply to Wm. Halloway Win-
a Of; coarse there b no ,reason why ter Park,.Fla 12t

6 ; 'ghosts should not: be ,found on shipboard IM' 0.' tie IIIIJ"I1"11-o 'o'= .0 ',"=, .' That a Buick Has Done For
Aa = :: ,. = THE BEST LAKE FRONT lots in .
s as often as elsewhere. As, a Z.- :; ,11. "
Orlando at Schumann .
are
matter of' fact.. Jack, who' is':alwaysrwperetitiem s.0b d" waW f t: have six for sale. Carl Jensen.Heights.I Others a Buick will Do for You r

, sees his fall 'share of H -dax! 1'.., .s r1J ; ,
told Oa. ao a BUY a lot in Thornton 'Park nice '
apparition This amusing story, y w:5. Co.EJbS.5 ; a

by;the ghost himself,'b found,In'Captain (Ii .. .. J'.. Jensen.suburb in east part of the city. Carl I

% i John D. ,midden's "Ocean Life. In ... .z.o Records for the past are the best promises for the future.

.the Old Sailing Days" ZO" .= -II": = FOR SALE-40 acres of fine land in ;

2 -Whtdden,'a boy of thirteen, was.making .e.... baoo .=. .!ov a Volusia County, near station and '_ '.. At the beginning of the 1913 season there were 110,000
,
aMd'o'" w4.A
..
. fine lake '
$500. Terms. J. B.
his first Toyage. The ship was H ; MeKay,
> otaaaoa Buicks on the road, and every one of the 110,000 Buicks has
<
pi a
.. E ..0 city.
hardly clear of.,land'.wben' a heavy 1"1 Co.. t
-
= : > .
; record
!
< 1Zt' : )
{;.y I torn set ia Whidden was feeling :: 1E"S w .E FOUND-That the Sentinel reachesthe

: wretched and in carrying breakfast .to >t .i r: II -' E people and is ,read. },(:. It is nothing unusual to see a Buick which has run from ; : : V:
the forecastle upset a pan of hot scouseon -d' Z 0 I' '' -oJ.JI

au 'the bead of "old Tom" at the footof .1II II.=. II C"i1.-r1J III =... .... FOR SALE-New seven room house 1"' : 25,000 up to 100,000 miles and even more. And you never hear

companionway stairs; The cuffingbe t -II .W. __ 0 OiIl, C 0F4111 Seven rooms and bath. Modern in all ,' of a worn-out Buick.

.... had for this did not,make him 'feel ,11 < = of .. ba fII respects. Lot 75x200. Price ,$2850. ."' ( e
.
,any better.. An hour or two later; when =. h.f. g u Terms. Address owner, care Sentinel :
:the men were'sent 'aloft. the boy slip1ped O -e. 1.. ,: "I started out in my model 17 Buick in six Inches of snow
: FOR SALE-5% acres with five-room .
EwO
down the"booby hatch. and, was W. :: dp c a : house on railroad only few hundred '. on the morning of February 3rd to post some sale bills. I
F soon test asleep some rope, can e. .a t-4.i 0 t tie.. III
.
; among feet from stopping place. Plenty of covered 94-4 miles roads had
over nobody'else traveled since
}/ vas and oakom that:were piled against e', t : +'C1.. = 8 .E shade and small shrubbery. Ten to "
,r- .the'forward bulkhead next .the forecastle. ': t twelve bearing orange trees pears :: : :: the snow, and was in high every minute, up hill included. F .

.' Z J: 111 w. _e ...Q, < and other small fruits. Good hunt- left motor running all the time I
my
.
-' .. .a was posting, and used 9J/2!
, ,When. he awoke'.it was dark; but tIe- ing and fishing, and especially suitedto
light streaming through some anger O o2t1e-; :';'."a/cii.c"Cf O'o those who come to Florida for the r .., gallons of gasoline for the trip.

feoles fa the bulkhead and the sound of _. ..h.:: c- C winter'and like the country life with >, f
--1. = = : u easy access to town. J. P. Perkins, "I have watched several other makes of in
yokes brought him to his senses. He III'II c; i w.u .. 4y Orlando Fla. cars the past

.: was steed to hear,the crew.talking'about'hhn :O <: :e-a.tSta'D. .I;,: c. General Delivery. two years, and every time I have seen a Buick, it has always

as if hewere'dead.: and disepaing .. FOR SALE-New
seven room resi- been doing the work. When a Buick has gone 30,400 miles and
in 'which be had
' the manner dence. Bargain if taken before March
.
been ,swept overboard. 'He heard old 1st E. H. Gore, 11 Gore, Ave. 2-18-6t still seems as good as new, it is quite enough to convince mei

c- ',Tom, say "Well",rm gorryLhlt. him,, -, ; ; that Buicks are built the way they ought to be built.
::but ,the, cub scalt every spear of hair WANTED-A good short-order cook.

'r;t out of.my head. No boozers need apply. The One _. .. J. H. GARBER, Portland, Kansas.

'.He'bad another long sleep. When lieWOkf I Minute Coffee House, 38 W. Church -

' ;,\ be beard the crew washing I Barylarian'sOriental St. tOAK .,. The Famous BuicK OverheadValve

: :down,decks and realised that he was ..
HILL is the beautiful subdivision
''{ perfectly wen and ?ery" hungry. Her Art Store to the Northeast of the city and- Motor is guaranteed to have more power! and more speed (

"" '" Mound' barrel,. of apples in the.lower .. I: still have some choice lots there. than any other type of motor on the market. It. will pull \
"t/ bold, filled, hb pocket and shirt bosom Carl Jensen.

J jcHmbed.back.. into his:nest, ate apples Latest Designs and Fattens stronger on low grade gasoline than any other type of motor

;and went to sleep again: IB Oriental Goods WANTED-Man and wife to take ever built and the fuel consumption is less.
*-"J be nest dayAold Tom was,sent be- charge of place for one year on

far ippts: plece.'otioPe; frOm tilt Expert Tailoring for shares. Good grove and land suitableto ROADSTERS AND TOURING CARS, $950 TO $1650, F. 0. B.
r 'ili;lmQl1t wbkb:Wbjiden .wasbld.5g La&es and: Gentlemen rake crops. Write or call in per-
.
': s on. Mrs S. M. Blanchard Alta- ORLANDO.
Catalogue on Request.
:" AWbOtte was sawlnj ta1 tbeBpl, Progress Laundry for monte"Springs, Fla.

4 Qoy.4I.tnrbed by the noise, peeped White,'Folks Only ,

4r 'gUIjtttKltu which be. x ROUEN DUCK EGGS for sale Apply
Core Chore! !* and! Court Sts, : Eg* 705 City.
.,, "ibt .I VW ,&lnee. II .R_" ___ ., : '
-- -
-
'. '"Wltwbltene&J .: face. and bulging I' Cook Automobile CO.
: ;
WANTED Clean Cotton Rags the
r ':fJeL" IIn ,Mr, Whidden, "be;r- . I
:at::me a moment then dropping rope i Sentinel Office.

and knife and, emitting a series, .of
; Orlando
Mr L4&A.,*V %'bjood curdling yells be'dashed for.theSoby W.A.Slaughter. G. G.Wright., ,THE MOST COMPLETE and perfectly Florida

'i 'batch and appeared;on'deckBrery made line of Boys Washable t I
thee A,D. Suits south of Jacksonville. Ages 3
one :was aroused. ,I.beard Wright.THE
,

_' iirlth' .o'ndmate:$onT. ani,ask,,;all'What's;M' Tom broke, ,could loose : SLAUTER' MFG. CO.: to not'not 10.be', under urged Newest New to models buyi York: Let and:prices me patterns.If you'll show. :#tuititti ::::::: : ::::::: : ::: ::: : :::: : :::,::::

i ejaculate... Tve seen him! Fre seen J. C. Anno The Boys Clothier -
c ; " Special Manifold Soil Pipe. you. r-
;hlmr! ". Orlando. 2-18-13-4t
PAINTING
Fittings. : SIGN l
Seen whof yelled Mr.,Fabens.' I_

F' -'Ob, the boy's ghost} .the bo1'"c ,Foundry and Shipping Point: A good carpenter wants work. Jack ,Preston will paint your 1

''fbostr -all Tom:ww neariy.frlghten, Orlando, FIa. Screen work a specialty. General 1 sign on short notice. Good work.

.:. : i:i 1d fofbt..W: i:. ,' andChattanooga repair work done with neatness and I No. ia( Washington street 14-6t ORLANDO

':;,; f '"!Mr,:.PabenV said the'captain, let Tenn. dispatch. Give me a trial. Leave or-
: f a tonterCjtake that
what scared htm.* BUSINESS COLLEGE
{;see FURNISHED ROOMS to rent-Apply .
.: 'J ; "So;Mrs Fabens descended the ladder 416 N. Orange Ave. TEN PER CENT OFF '

'" ,.'withy half Jhfwwrati; his back and GUKDIAITS NOTICE. On '
,/ T old Tom brim up:the rear.'As' ll Go to Pope & Cox's Lunch CounterNo. e
'
; came forward the mate called IB Coart .f County Judge, State .f Florid Ida G. 1 E. Pine St. for something goodto o' WAISTS, DRESS MATER-
1 of Carl I 0. Anderson '
r ..1.'Where'e'yoeugbostl :idon't see &27sboetr' In Anderson re Estate Annie- M. Anderson. Allen' T eat 12tI '. .IALS, LACES, EMBROIDER- MODERN COURSES IN
J Anderson Minors. IBS,,NECKWEAR AND HOS i

'''Until'now 1 bad lain quiet but teellst'ing Orange Coat all whom,. It may I IERYHandkerchief '
Notice'la hereby given to HAVE A NEW HOUSE for sale on
=__ that'J was"discovered I rose up:toy concern that Axel T. Anderson as gwdian Annie Hillcrest Ave. near Magnolia. Thisis Specials Single and Double Entry Bookkeeping. Corporation
Ida G. Anderson
.1 step out of the coll ,Tom gave another of M. Carl Anderson 0. Anderson and Alice T. Anderson minor a section of the city that is rapidly Readyto-Wear and Panama Bookkeeping, Banking, Shorthand,
,t'l .:and broke for, the, hatch ladder. will on the 5th day of April A. a 191. applyto building up with fine homes and is one '
the Honorable Wm. Martin, County Judgein of the best locations' in Orlando. S Hats Commercial Law
.' followed by half the men. and for said County at his office ,In ,OrLando HAMILTON & Typewriting, Penmanship, ,
reached 10 o'clock m., or House has eight'rooms and bath, and MISSES .
11 _"Mr. Fabens came up, over. in said County at a.
'! lifted out'by the collar,and march'ed as soon thereafter,.at the matter C&ll'M heard, six* large' closets, covered porch; in S DUNN Commercial Arithmetic, Spelling and all
me
; 1 for authority, to sell at, public oft privatesale Sidewalk street and to .
_me;on deck, 'where 'I was at once. ,' all the interest of said minors in the rear. ; on rear Orlando, Florida Branches of Civil Service.
W&If.- i .officers and following described real estate in said Couty door.. .El Ctric" fixtures throughout .
crew.
surrounded by . ,
to-wit Street clayed. Lot 72 x 150. Will
:
z -"Captain King'stepped, forward and W%'of NEW' of NWtf of SEU of See. 22, sell on accommodating terms. 'Call . .' .

said. Well boy, where bare you' been Tp.more 21 or, S less of except k 29 right East of containing way 15 feet 5 acres wideon for key at 601 Magnolia avenue, DAY AND NIGHT CLASSES

for the bstjforty-tlght hours? north side 'of said land above described. Chauncey Holt.WANTEDTo.
E. "'Bet" D, ,decks; .air,' I ,sheepishlyanswered. Which application will be based. upon the ,.
petition for such sale now on file. in said Experienced Teachers in Charge. Diplomas
rent 3 or 4 unfurnished r

1.. ,> 'Wbat bare you been doing be Dated March 4, A. D. 1911 rooms with bath; for housekeeping WELCOME TO Granted and Positions Secured for Gradu-
AXEL T. ANDERSON. or small cottage near postoffice.
decksf ; ,
** Guardian
*
k tweeh s&tfisAi q
; Would lease for summer or a year if ates. I
sir.1 1 Daily.
r "Sleeping can find satisfactory place. Man and MYAL PALM
: "What sleeping two days and NOTICE wife only; No children. Address Sen- Patronize Home Institutions.

#.'ntcbblT ---- tinel..Orlando. Iw
"'Not all the time, sir;.I replied. :, IB the Circuit Cart 7th Judicial Circuit. tf BARBER SHOP k
Florida Orange County. .in Chancery.H. .
,
WANTED-To
driving
M'Had anything to eat? J. Minton,' buy one good
II'Apples' I ventured, vs, Divorce. horse. Must be gentle and cheap.' For'Prices and Terms call .on or address:
II'Where did yon get the apples T Lula' H. Minton. for cash. Apply to Singer Sewing Modern and Complete.
To Lula H. Minton: -
*Out of the hold sir. I got the head It appears from the affidavit of H. J., Mm Machine Co. individual
new
I Everything ,
filed that be is the complain
ton herein duly
out of a barreL. I ant, in. the above entitled cause; that it is WANTED man who understands electric attachments at every
II 0b. did! Do you knowou'n the belief of the affiant that Lula H. Minton Or1do Busess College
you I
to'run four sided moulder left
how a has been
stone
.; ? hand then. is a nonresident of the State of Florida that chair. !fo !
t been broaching cargo she is a resident of the state of Gorgia, residIng and planer. Apply' Taft Novelty unturned make this .shop
to
thinking the farce had gone far in the City of Atlanta, in said state aad Works, Taft Fla. .
enough for all bands were on the that there is no'person in the State of Florida ,meet th erequirements of the
c the service of a* subpoena upon whom PLANE
broad grin he said sternly: would bind the defendant, and affiant further New 7-room house, with electric most particular. Plenty of mu aIR 5)7

'Now go forward, boy, and if you says, to that be he over bel twenty-one eveS,the age years of, the defendant .I lights, ,bath and all modern eo ven- room. Courteous attendants. BUILDING. .ORLANDO FLA

=I ,cat any more capers like that Jou'nset You are therefore ordered to appear to this iences. Lot 75x200. Price, 2,850. BAND ,
of April. A. D. ELIJAH WHITEHEAD, .
rope's ending you'll remember Bill on Monday the 'ith day .
a 1913 the same being tarule day of this Court. Termite suit.
- all your. life.* Then, to Mr. Fabens.be It is further ordered that this notice be published Proprietor. ,
successive weeks in the South CHADWICK & COOPER. '. .
him in his day for four FTa. -
added 'Keep up, Orlando
,
Ave -
Florida Sentinel, .a newspaper published in Orange ,
:watch below fort week and give him Florida.
,_ .. Oran?< County THE SENTINEL reaches the people
works Witness. B. M. Robinson. Clerk of the Circuit
plenty of s Court and the seal there of this 28th day. Make known your. wants throughthis
t "That ended his lecture., and I was of February, A column.
glad It was over and that I had escaped (SEAL) ViftlOBINSON, Clerk. r ,
M. A. HOWARD. D. C.
By .
,so easily Going, forward with A., K. POWERS, BANANA have just received a
r. the men. I was pleased loses'they I SoL for Complainant; : Car Load of fine Bananas,fresh and 'I'II The Little Tea Room

bore,me, no Ul felling not even Tom. NOTICE in nice1 condition, on Railroad Track, ,
although .he might hare been excused near the depot Will sell TNE( OAkLAND '
= passenger E. Pine Street Orlando Fla.
In Drtilt Curt, Tth Judicial. Circuit. Orange 105 ,
-rt; if.be had done. so.1.' Onty Florida. ,. this fruit },1 1 State Bank of Orlando, Come before they are picked over, and -
,. corporation of these fine Bananas! 3t
** get some t
$ UncompromWng.! .n.' BU SHOP FOR LADIES"
"AN'EXCLUSIVE
.
.
John Brlgfat'a voice was unequivocal ,A. G. Heath et aLTo fART
< t I A. G. Heath' FOR SALE-Nancy Hall sweet p ta- Mrs,
p. ly for peace. Says the London Nation: I It appear from the affidavit of S. W. Howe, BAZAAR ,AND WOMEN'S EXCHANGE., FINE
I filed that he is the Cashier of the toes. Call at Webb place, near Bel- .
He walking once:past the Crimean herein duly HATEVHIWDYBTAIlflNG
was
,? STAMPED
.. EMBROIDERIES
,, State Bank of Orlando that in his belief : HAND: WORK. ,
1 : monument in Londott with one of the defendant, 'A. G. Heath Is a resident of ton Long Dairy. 2t ORDERS.TAKEN:FOR HOME-
.t Georgia and his area of real : GOODS.
lad: one know the State
r then a Every
r:, Ms sons dence, Stillmore Georgia that there is no : jAr MADtfCAKES CANDIES, JELLIES. .
.t ,that the wordCrimea" b, engraredon person In his state the aerriee'of subpoena FOR Altamonte Golden ,:
".t the monument.'The boy pointed upon whom would bind such defendant and SALE-Fogs toor address, N. : F ALSO CUT FLOWERS:

a 1 v the monument' .and to the. word upon it' that. he are b m therefore the ordered'appear- e to Tears.You this H. Fogg,'& Co., Oak Knoll!Altamonte -" ...

and asked: Bill on Monday the 7th day of April A. Di191V 1 Springs, Florida.FOR ..1 }- ,.,! :.." ,DAINT. .YREFRESHMENTS. SEAVBDTOORDER1r
"' 'the same being a rule day of this court ; -
: t; "Father,what Ii that?: It:k farther 'ordered I that this order be JSI':.Fit .,Ilmu." . \j'f: .
Vii' .-That- Mid ,Jobs Bright, .pointing published for four successive weeks ia .the SALE-Pure Bred Dnroc Jersey '_ ".0>" ': :: ::>S ; r'SPIRELLA .
1-'- <' South Florida Sentinel ,newspaper pub.; Red Pies. Price $6.00'six; weeks -
{ f r alsotqtt e wonL'*1i a..crtaae.. lished ia Orange County Florida. !' ; CE8ETSiI
-- <; '! " old. Apply to or address N. H-'Fogg .:: : : ,
; : Witness B. )I. Robinson, Clerk of the Circuit : .
,
': : ; Court and the seal thereof this theist & Co., Oak: NollAlemonteSpria, 'C :w'a VAN' B'sKm1r' Cerseteret.
..- weD tea b 10 oaeWlthouta'ttltaor day.of March A. D. 191S. ; h.. .,...- <.-. .: '. .. '
: .k.ith Florida. _, .
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I to:a wkh'on the part of the Democrats OF CLEANLINESS > ; '.! :, '
/ THE MARKET
,t $sipAte:aay'cene looked the '
$ upon THE, MAR! T '. OF QUALITY -:
=s ,March air'by the Republicans. 4.
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x. :The number displayed a"big part in 'Spring line of Men and "' ." t ,
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tlMKparade.. There irore,thirteen delegraons -
from'thirteen.'other; states, Boys Straw Hats in all the f

'representatives from thirteen educational 'newest shapes Nice line f-
: of

'Princeton'institutions students,-and marching several.thousand thirteen - .Panamas: .for ,$5. My spring LEND: US' YOUR m I


., abreast -' Trouser line' 'is now complete :

Uricle Joe" Cannon, the'-most. :eecentrie in all new shades. .
and one of the:best beloved

figures of.the past half dozen admin.iItratiope'eso' .
.
moved.'westward to-
YOUR PATRONAGE HAS ENABLED US TO MAKE
GREAT
eit 1' ground in the fn-
STRIDES IN ESTABLISHING IN ORLANDO -
't i_""be', 'the eighteenth Illinois Clark Robertson :

Cor77i. .al district.

-,''a Wayne-, the official cow ofez.President''faft THE PERFECT MARKETI!
: followed her master Successor to Jerome Palmer & Co.

a into retirement today., Pauline was .
-
the gift of "Uncle !Ike" Stephenson,
Senator, from :Wisconsin, and it was I'
g VISIT US AND NOTE THE ABSOLUTELY SANITARY I
that she would survive the inauguration
thought llinilimiimMIMIIMimtltllllllllMIIIMmilt
METHODS WHICH GOVERN OUR HAUDLING OF s
as living. memorial to the

Taft regime. "JIM" DO I
LET

Shortly after the defeat'of her master Best Meats Poultry and ,Game: \
at the polls, however, Pauline's .
wholsale Holstein disposition began to If you have property to sell

soar and trouble, with ,the shebad outbreak faded awayto theMexican Let Jim do it. Satisfactory, Accurate Service

a shadow of her former self."Uncle
Ike" declared today that her'decline If you want to buy

'was due to worry. She will recuperateon Let Jim do it OUR DELIVERY-PROMPT AND RAPID-MEANS YOUR I t.
the farm oilier birthplace in Wis PURCHASES DELIVERED WHEN YOU WANT THEM 1if
OnSi 1. 1' .
City and Country Properties, Farm .

President Wilson's clarity oft political Lands Groves and Tracts
,vision was symbolized by a}j T trt!i Look Over this List of SpecialtiesPERFECTION
-clean enclosure of plate glass h: LOOK AT THESE BARGAINS
which the.presidential party watched: Twenty acres, 10 acres pf which is in bearing orange
the inaugural parade. Republicans grove, and balance of; 10 acres in timber land, five-room ALL-PORK SAUSAGE CHOICE GRAIN FED POULTRYALL
t were not able, to discern a speck of cottage, located three miles from city, price $3,000.00. VARIETIES OF CHOICE MEATS CHOICE DUCKS. AND GOSLINGS
aloud on. its immaculate\ expanse, Twenty-five 'acres, 10 acres of bearing grove, 600 SELECT OYSTERS FRESH FISH
'though disgruntled fo lowers of. 'the trees, five-room house and barn, located on4 lake front, _'

e G. 0.P, had predicted at least a splash four miles.from city, price $4,000.00.
r of mud in token of the coming Dem Thirty acres; 15 acres in grove, 1000 trees, 15 acres
ti era struggle! with the tarn: of fine farm and vegetable land located on lake front, :
1, four and half miles from city, price $5,000.00. Parlor Market!

t )NTERESTING'cOMMUNICATlON.. Forty;acres of virgin pine timber land of fine fruit and
.
'vegetable,land fronting on Lake Conway, four miles from t
I
; .Aitamonte Springs, March 3.-That I city, price $2,00000.Twenty .
acres of.lake front land near city suitable for
Orlando.needs, boosting, goes :without i
: ;saying. Orlando has been blessed with I ILa. sub-division. Price $3,800.00. I
,
great 'number of visitors this sea. Forty-five acres, ,five acres in bearing orange grove, H. M. SELF & C 0..r.;

4 i'son,,but loud has-been the complaint small" house and barn, located' at Conway, five miles from ..'II .

fpf the highcost of.living. I city/price; $1,500.00, No. 18 20" East Pine Street. .. .. '. . PHONE NO. 80
near N' "
It is not'from the exhorbitantprof.ite : Five acres with cottage city, price $1,500.00 ,
one-half with twelve-room house to-- .'.:- 1.
Three and
made by the trades .people for,.it acres -
r: |i< a well known fact that: they do bus. : cated near city, price 150000.
mess'on a.amaR1margJ.n"sO'We must Twenty acres :with bearing grove of 300 trees, small ,
t.
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V 'look" for" some, :other'source}for" ,'high.\ Jiouse and barn,price $2,800.00' j;

prices, inv the'necessities and luxuries' J' mIWFORD'/ OFFICE OVER'DL E.iJRUC'4 tiiiiiMiiiMiiiiiMmiitMiiiitiMHiiiiiiiimiiiiimtCapHal
STORE, ORANGE"AVENUErH1NE \ ,
of, living'and" 'we,have' ..not far,to look ,
.for.the;'niger- in:'the' meal, for we IIIHIIiMIIMMMMMIIIIIIMMMMIIHillMHIIMf 1
find it in the cost of transportation.

Why are,we compelled.to pay>> more .
freight'on"goods from"Sanford to Orlando i

: ,a;haul of 22.miles, than is charged RL-ANDOBANK & TRUST COMPAN A

; from Jacksonville: .Tampa, a haul CASH STORE
r' of.over';.200 miles? Simply ,becausetransportation

\ [companies ,demand. it
t\ .-with'the understanding that,we:must and SvplHS aw! Urtiviled Profits $i20NKN( ) ( ).

take;.it or leave.it,.of",course it h ant ..).". .iL.,-- : Cor.:South and Hughey Sts. ,' Taal Resources over Three-gaarlers of a Mill) n,
extortion but is there redress Yes .. .-, ..
t no ? 'XK;\, -: .j." .
,a thousand times, There is much
.R 'talk.of, : bonding the yes.State for fifty WE. BUY FOR CASH AND SELL FOR CASH.: WE, Report of the Condition of Orlando

i million dollars,' for building good KEEP OUR EXPENSES DOWN AND CONSE ., ., Bank and Trust Co, Condensed =
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.
CAN KEEP OUR PRICES DOWN ft, h.
QUENTLY . ,
roads: ,'"principally the benefit of ; ,' From Report to Comptroll _

'tourists1' automobiles,which, as' some Our Prone No. is er Feb. 4,1913RESOURCES
advocate, will be redeemed with the **
-' license obtained from auto owners. MPR&P
That is alright;'it will have a'tendency And an Order will Have Prompt Attention, and will be I : f Y Loans and Discounts....$393,161.05

l' to ,increase the population of the Delivered to Any Part of the City. Orerdarfts .11..111..... 193. 3 .q
State which is of'vital _ h i "' "" ."U. -, Stocks and Bonds ....... 26,018.33Real
,
importance, '
D.. B. RAYBON, Proprietor ORLANDO, FLA.. Estate, Furniture and
but automobiles do not freight
carry Fixtures ..i ........... 25,853.44 a
that would benefit the
... residents and 4"f
Cash on hand and in Banks
'* 215,084.83
prospective residents of the State and I
{ reduce the high cost of living. I am, N '
in favor of good.'roads 'and..bonding I 1 660311.18 i
f for them, but I am more in favor of C LIABILITIES
;. bonding Orange .county if it was InsuranceBest Capital Stock .........,.$100,000.00
necessary,but it is not,to build a competing r Surplus and Undivided
railroad, or, in other. words; 1 Profits ... ........... 22,832.33
i 'a traction or'trolley road from San- i -Deposits ... .........II. 537,418.85
:, ..
i' ford, the head waters of River transportation Companies y"
South, through Orange and $660,311.18

Osceola counties and even beyond "" '. Lowest Rates. I We invite the attention of our cut.
t and there is plenty of money, brains' Honest Losses Promptly tomers and friends to our statement
z and brawn, in these two' 'counties tot I above and wish to assure them thatwe

:, .set ,the ian'g within a year Adjusted and Paid appreciate their patronage and
r from' that date.; What,will be the immediate ask for a continuance of same.
s' benefit and result, of such: v V
Don't forget that
our deposits are
: ,an enterprise? It simply means a reduction insured h
y :''of freight and passenger B T. WayPhone I. A cordial invitation is extended to 'I
l, rates 50'per cent'at least and a service visitors in our city to call and open
; that is pleasing and would build ...Sties 6evcrw*Sate sad G.ty: Bep.Wry. an accounti.wrrri..r. with us.
i: one continuous ,city from Sanford to L
k Kissimmee, which will like 172. 23 South Orange Ave. .J
grow magic ,
0-0 ...r '.. _
r while see
many of us will not ire to '

: it, accomplished,; {four "children, .and .

f?' grand-children will rise up and bless MMMIMMIIIMM- .
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p .' us for the heritage:we.have left them. i J..B. McKAY
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JNIERTAKi1R.ARMSTaPNG' IF ITS ANYTHING.IN
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Why delay, for delays are dangerous. 'OscarHaiid I % CONTRACTOR AND
Outside capital is sure to come in the
DRUGS: PHONEteUNEY BUILDER.
;;. FRAMER Orlando _
" The ARTISTIC .
: very near future and not only capture Superintend AH Work.
;' ;, the golden, eggs, but the lusty bird PINE, ) ,8TRE6JXflillllli & 80n.- J Jhllr Prices That AreasIftducemeBt.
.; ,u that laid.them' ,A word' to the wise .i; DRUG, ;
rY-., I i:>"" ; I .
lmow:the.rest n '
;.r -you; : AH Work 'Guaranteed
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.; ."..?... March 2nd,'1913.; rFULLz-L_ or J- i rf
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! ':, J Miami is to .Have another SANITARY F iitManetiudarer. B YI '. S: ,....gll..a"'J. . .. il. "'(' t."t.. .. I QUICK. pLIyEIWi 'Y.,- When you get through reading the
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I t factory -a Key ; manufacturer PIPE CONNECTION 00IiB":1N' SEE '
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Stop ,haq..fAIoM-: ., .
site for '
having bought a, a,factory of "
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w- ,} brings a new settler.
"r: eon&iderableritH... A, few men MIl ,
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t \ '- ,by' all :,good plumbers., : -'- \.... :-;'-' .' ..:; ..y Subscribe. "for the Sentinel 'N w.fI'.

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SOCIETY NOTESTMJPSON1
::t .._. : : . ; j our modern. industrial.scheme.. A man i I .. \
; of 40.is: more, often a.candidate for i ... .

Tgs '.rW ristt, ,'W- the scrap ,heap than, for promotion. ,- ,i'.<: ..A.' ':::: .
The machine does not respect old age, '
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; f ocI TY HDITOBtfdjain but'it yields.to strong muscles.In .

',Oft*.Nnkr.M NtmWr.SHOAL ... the professions alone gray,hairs ,
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x :NGTCB-Notk. for,th :Social and Womaa'i Department caD be ,. ,. ; 'f
Here the '
.CMwntrttrf- :to-,the'Society Editor; ;by etbs'of, 'the there.tetephoaek. Mail unemployment experience .,. -,. ,. ." .
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:written Mtfco,is'tbi Society Editor care'Sentinel' Notice of,social. function. which comes ,with age,,the:accumulation - .
"eh*"BMHhigr>ctot fathering,and:other items of'social 'interest should he of facts and ,knowledge which
'telephoned:to'this deptrtment.'as soon' as-they occur, b :order that their newswhw time alone permits, still.bring rewards
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v.nd.security. to the_ man who, is, no


:. ,qDlLIGJITlULtUClTAL."" R longer industry. in is his invading,prime.Apparently, however.' the, the professions spirit of,I .: ,1 93 1 NEW[ STYLE.NICILES T L[ I l[

.LAST BYEN1NG. CONCORD PARKA
-- I and here, too, gray hair is becoming

; .. ., a terror; By the,terms of the German _
very pleasant affair occured las
insurance act the correct age of the
k Enoch. Arden"' Presented at the evening at th ehome of.Alfred Tanneron '
r insured against old sick.
person age "
Cathedral School Concord avenue, being a, farewell ", " '. INDIAN HEAD ON ONE SIDE f
ness, and infirmity must be given.The '
.1' \One of.>the most. pleasing enter*' gathering of the,older.and,several' of .'.\.: ;.. BUFFALO FIGURE ON OTHER '
actors, and especially the act- .
,
: tainments' ever,given ,in Orlando, took the,hewer residents of Concord, Park resses, protest against this provision.At :' :,:; t. SIDE ' -w. I
'place'in the auditorium of Cluett Hall for Mr. and Mrs. Perry Sweet,who today ',' 0 .
: THE LATEST COIN
present' talent ,and youthful appearance ISSUED BY
::but night,when "Enoch Arden" was March 4, start for their northern are sufficient to secure an- .' r',', THE GOVERNMENT. ; S .. ,
given,.by, :Miss .Elizabeth. Smith and home at Scranton, Penn. The affair When'the ..
:Miss Vivian Beer consisted of a' banquet after which engagement, they say. :" ' GIVEN IN CHANGE OR, EX. '
';Miss Smith is a reader of rare personality followed speech making by 'moat of I manager knows the right age of every : : :) ". CHANGED FOR THE OLD
actress or actor, they assert, this .: ,
: : .and charm of manner ,and the old comrades of Mr. Sweet, at will -': 1 7'r'. ;'"i ''.. STYLE ,' .. '-,
knowledge prejudice him against ..
': was never: heard to better,advantage which Comrade Tanner did himself ": .. , t .
'. the elderly members of the playing ; ." ,
'.tfean, .in sympathetic rendering proud as Toastmaster, after ''which I . . '
fraternity, regardless of their dramat- < ; :
-.. Tennyson's,well). ,known. poem. The followed music and singing of old -- t, ;
ie talent' and ability to
appear
:- ;dose'.attention which:was given from time 'patriotic songs and,music by young.That
. this is the of ,
age
beginning 'to end attested the 'deep Brother Tanner's graphaphone ,and young people
H is a pleasure to serve
in the activities of life can not be .. year every reqelreweel
( appreciation, :r', of' Jitr Mdjepce as nothing the gathering broke up with many expressions denied..' But we shall never get away .
else could have doll of regret at the loss of .Mt.
'' fro mthe fact of old men for counsel
r 1' The musical ,setting to the poem, Sweet and wife *? resident of Cone
:. 'by) Johann Strauss is' singularly ex- cord Park.. and. young men for' war. .

;;. ")rea ivef and wuto.,the skillful,inter ''Following is a list of those present: AT HOME. I T THE PEOPLES[ NATIONAL l BANK 'j'

3pretation, of Miss Beers; the theme Mr. and Mrs. 'Perry Sweet; Mr. and >4., '
.: "was'brought out ,almost as clearly,as Mrs. Benage; Mr. a 'Mrs. Bardo; -
i The members of the faculty of the ,
.'}'l-/ Jn the' words, themselves, :from the i Mr and Mrs. Coryell; Mr. ,and .Mr Cathedral School held their informal "The Progressive Baik" Year accent solicited
.,;: I' "-rolling of' the Ma and the years oft i Spencer; Miss Lena Spencer; Mr and afternoon .
.' monthly reception yesterday -
,.:, :happy' childhood upon. the beach,' Mrs. A. Harris, Mr. and Mrs. A. Bow. in Pell Clark Hall and betweenthe J<." ,
; : ;through,the changing scenes of love, slier; Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Wells; Mr.
and six visitors .
three
hours o( many ,
joy, disappointment. unselfish ,devotion and Mrs- ,J. 0. Evans; Mr. and Mrs gatheredRoses ,.r.. .{ :,.' .
of Enoch to the "final passing S.., Kribel; Mr. and Mrs. J. W., Pulis; ..' l'W.'
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" and nasturtiums made the .: ,
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':. ". of his.strong heron.soul." Mrs.,Jas.Evans, Jr.; Mr.. Richard t1: -
fe: attractive.
draWing-room unusually
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\ Mist Smith.ad Miss Beers ties!. Walters, and Mr Frank Richardson. t
j. --- served and
Fruit punch and cake were .
but last ;
'a ways warmly appreciated, the afternoon passed delightfully for
; night'sentertainmentpmves yet more TENT MEETING DOING GOOD. all present r rp
that :orlando is to, be congratulated WORK ri
........ I Those receiving were Reverend and
inch' artists in her. ,-
,on having too -
I Mrs.R. P. Cobb, Misses Harden, Mor- ...
'b.,!o-.' The tent evangelistic meeting is ris, Smith, .Beers, Atkinson, Rust,
; 'i 'I'' 'CIVIC, LEAGUE, MEETIMJ being,largely attended. ,Rev. Turner Robinson, Broomal and Fraulein Deb-

"., -' preached a strong sermon last nightto 1! nor.

I The Executive;:Board of, the Woman's a large congregation, his subject I'

.Civic ,being Sin'and Death.
; League for Civic Improvement SHAKESPERE'S TWELFTH NIGHT
4 met Tuesday morning in the i Professor Mooney and choir did -

.Lecture: ,Room of. 'the ,Presbyterian some'fine singing- The little boy con- Rollins Dramatic Club will under I '

: :Church, the president, Mrs. Rusn called ducted the evangelistic singing of two the direction of Dean Enyart present
:' the meeting to order. 'The treasurer songs and took an active part, he is "The
that great play of Shakespeare,
i
.; Mrs Laughlin, reported'$234.63 a, wonder,,only five years old. Evan.' Twelfth Night in. Lyman Gymnast:
in e'treasury.. Mrs. Warlow reported gelist Turner will preach at three .
:", ium,Wednesday March 12 at 8 o'clock.This
i-.'{ a profit ol: $50... of the tearoom o'clock every afternoon and at 7:30 is a production well worth wit- CIODS CROS

k, .... for the.past month. ,Mrs. A. A. p. m. Great intenest being manifested. nessing and the Rollins Dramatic Club ,
: Morey reported much improvement in has an 'established reputation.
'-,(< ,Concord Park, accomplished ,by,the Come one, come all

f : rl lewtents: planting trees,- layin out
. ,and claying a',public croquet' ground GOT IN WRONG PEW. WINTER* PARK ENTERTAINMENT

<, t 1'" ) 'x5.00 for'improvement around Lake Many 'people, who naturallysup Gala Day and Regetta at Winter

:_J=. t Dot posed that the Chautauqua being Park Thursday the 6th, inst There Are jamming and packing our
"
:r; ( :bars 'J./T.- ,Fuller reported great I held in the Lucerne Opera House proceeded will be music and speaking in frontof

,, encouragement ,in the movement for there Monday night and it was the Inn at 2 p. m., followed by a
;' 'i United' Charities it is expected the I not. until about a' dozen people had regetta on Lake Osceola starting at e store, now taking'advantage of the

;, ; 'organization will, be completed in the given up their tickets that Mr. ,Ma. the Boulevard dock. Everybody is

"". near future, and 'much good can be grader discovered: that there was welcome. HUGH T. READ, great Shoe Sacrifice as shown by ,
Chairman.
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:: done in a lystemi.tic.WaY. Mrs War- something wrong and he,went to one

.r low was.chosen'as delegate: to represent I of the ladies and inquired if they
" ... the League ot the,convention thought they were in the Chautau THE DAILY SENTINEL A NEWSPAPER '

in Jacksonville .next week :for. Child qua and being advised in the affirmative "

:,Welfare. he directed them to the Old The Rod Prices
"., c' The \annual election of officers ,of Opera House, where the sessions are Those who read the Daily Sentinel! Tag
;the. ,Lea ge will be Monday March being held. were informed authoritatively of

,21st, President' Wilson's Cabinet at least'
The annual tennis'tournament for eight hours ahead of those who do not

THEATERS ,DOING GOOD, BUST- the championship'of Florida starts at read the Sentinel.Is .
NESS Palm Beach today A number of experts it ,worth anything to. the peopleof
will enter the tournament Orlando to have a reat Daily -
w '. .. Our entire Stock of Shoes marked
All' the' theatres had good ,houses

; tot night ,and ,splendid attractions. I
ti :The Grpndand; the Lucerne have been down- to the Limit of Reduction for /r1

the subject of much favorable corn- ,
tent by our out of:town visitors Mho

':the praise character the comforts of the of entertainment the place and, A Large Assortment of QUICK STOCK REDUCTIONThe

While the little'F"orite meets

..fi that great popular demand for a five .

" cent theater, by showing only Ugh stock must be reduced $10-
:.- ;" trade 'pictures. These play ground New Stline alll'StH1Rner Woolens

for the mind. and rest rooms for ,the I ,
r 000.00 in two weeks. Our RED TAG
energies'of the busy man are an. important "
factor in communtiy and
any
the proprietors are honestly endeavor embracing the most favored L SALE ,PRICES will meet that end. ,
'
irg to give the public the. best that

can be obtained.AT weaves, has just arrived from our


HOME Dont miss this opportunity. Nothing reserved.
Tailors .
Chicago ..
.friends Miss: Romaine informally Clark' Saturday received afternoon her Shoes .for everybody. Join the crowd to-day-" for ,your .,,

L ,and between;the houri of three '& GO. share of the big Shoe.values atE wS
,and five, the"parlors of ,the'San Juan ED. V. PRICE

r 'Iwere' filled with guests.
- Quantities of nasturtiums and vines *

';,.' had been'used in decorating and near you'll make an early selection G DUCKWORTH'SShoe

:,. ., ;.the'silver punch bowl which'' stood on ,
r' 'a table under the chandelier:were several
';}_ . ) vases'of these bright hued,blos of style and pattern, let. us take... '
.... .
,soms.Mrs.. .:::.: : ,
: ':c" ';:
: ,
.- Cli.rku assisted in her gra. for S'tore' f
correct measure your
'cioaf hospitality- ,oy',Mrs- ,Graham, your ,

"r.-. p Mdlvaine Mrs. Mrs."iPe.MfI.Chaifont Ga1lr"MiH Miss Agnes Easter suit We, will guarantee ,

'Person and}liu'q.. .
-- - - -
r ,satisfaction. ,- ... .
complete .
_
. 'At'an'enthastic meeting of. ,the you .' - .
-
), Ocala I Baud 'of Trade held;,a,,few

F Bight*:'HP, !(w 4,deefcbd to:eaploy I' __
: tr to.devote all'Of-h & Lartigue S 8iIiii1 ,
;: t paid secretary: Brown Si1fl1efirOcDilli' };
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; ::.due to the Aarkat. that bob,; tl ; ... \ j.
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