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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 7, 1913
Frequency: daily (except monday)
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando
Coordinates: 28.533611 x -81.375833 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1913.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 1, no. 269 (Dec. 20, 1913).
General Note: J.F. Schumann, editor.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 4 (Feb. 14, 1913).
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ORLANDO FRIDAY MARCH 7TH 1913. NUMBER 22
'vOTUME ONE FLORIDA, ,

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i ii' mmm I OVNTRIESAfflEOI I MRS. UVI.UIUR 'I I I BRYAN IS GIVEN II REBEL LEADERS[ .:



AGAINST CASTRO mID YESTERDAY a CHURCH ORGANIZED UNUSUAL POW R; ; SURR NOR[ TODA Y 4


11 CANAJOftN1NG' 1 1A

'VENEZUELA, COLUMBIA AND POPULAR SOCIAL LEADER AND PERMANENT ORGANIZATION : PRESIDENT ANNOUNCES THAT' 1 PERMANENT PEACE OUTLOOKFOR

F .GREAT. ,TRUNK LINES. ,BEING NICARAGUA FORM TRIPLE ALLIANCE PROMINENT, IN MANY PHILANTHROPIC WAS PERFECTED LAST EVEN- SECRETARY OF STATE WILL) MEXICO CONTINUES TO s

.1 CONNECTED:UP BY SEABOARD FOR DEFENSE. MOVES. ING AND OFFICERS ELECTED.A HAVE DIPLOMATIC PATRON- GROW BRIGHTER.

.' gfSTEM.s. i AGE IN CHARGE.
council of Baptist ministers and
Sentinel Special to the SentinelWashington Special to The Sentinel
the
Special to
; Special to the Sentinel. I New York; March .-A triple alliance D. C, March 6.-Mrs. deacons met in the First Baptist I Special to The ..sentinelWashington Mexico City, March .-Francisco

.4f Jacksonville, Fla., ,Mach .When t of Venezuela, Columbia and Nic- Levi Z. Leiter, one of the most popular church in this city last Tuesday even ) D. (X, March 6.-Here Guesman, the secretary of the revolutionary -

deals tJ pending are announced as aragua is said by South American con- social leaders of the "400" and ing and gave the right to organize are some of the official acts of Presi- Junta, has succeeded in getting r

compete, it is,said, a through line ofrailroad ,sular agents here to have been formed prominent in many charitable and another Baptist church in Orlando. dent Wilson today: Porfio Bbnilla rebel leader of, the,

from the Great Lakes to the informally by these governments, to philanthropic moves, died late today Several of the Baptists met last Sent back several resignations of State of Tlaxcala and 650 of his followers -

GU1f,'ii&'' Jacksonville, will become a prevent any return of the deposed 'from apoplexy at her beautiful castlein evening at the'residence of Mr. F. N. il assistant secretaries of the Cabinet to submit to the Huerta govrnment -

reality, and that reality is expected President Castro to Venezuela. Francisco this city. Mother of Joseph Leiter, ''I Boardman and perfected the new with instructions to the different t

soon by those in position. to know the Escobar, ,consul general of Col- Lady Curson, wife of former Vice-I I church organization, which .will be!I members that they were in authority I Several other rebel leaders, with a- d

failtsu' umbia, said today that his govern- I roy of India, Countess of Suffolk and I known as the Immanuel Baptistchurch these matters and that he would not following comprising about 2,000 men s

.,The'road' will,have a port in Ohio,. ment had three naval vessels patrol- Mrs. Collin Campbell, both of whom: of Orlando. intefere in any way with the appointments .I I also surrendered to the government ,

,; on'Lake Erie, and will tap the great' ing the Columbian coast, which had reside in England. The following officers were electedto of this nature" today.

coal fields of Ohio and West Virginia, been instructed to thwart any landing serve until the first annual church He also announced that all diplo- Emiliano Zapata, a rebel leader in 3,

:, the manufacturing' regions of, Ohio, lof a Castro:force there. SEVERAL PORTS ARE TO BE meeting: Deacons Chas. Phillips, B. matic appointments would be made the South is still holding back, apparently

.Kentucky and the Carolinas, the cot- General Castro, who arrived in New ABOLISHED J. Lord and F. N. Boardman. by the Secretary of State. afraid to enter the capitol. Dial::

ton ,ind tobacco centers of Georgia York last night from Washington Treasurer, F. N. Boardman. This is an action heretofore_ un-1 t' announced this evening that Zapata.

and:the Carolinas, the furniture manufacturing where he witnessed inauguration Jacksonville to Be Headquarters of Musical Director, Dr. F. G Board- heard of. was expected in the city tomorrow ands

regions of the South, and ceremonies, laughed at these reports, Florida Collector, With Tampathe man. He told Senators Fletcher and Bryan surely within the next three days..
brine the products direct .to Jacksonville denial of intentionto Next Superintendent of Sunday School, F .
reiterating his any of Florida, who had asked him J Diaz[ is much disappointed over the. :
and to Tampa for export and revolution in Washington, D. C., March 6th. Unless N. Boardman. .
engage in fomenting :about the appointment of Florida Fedj j failure of Zapata to keep his promise -
for=distribution through tile 'Central He said he interferes the Assistant Supenintendent of Sun-
Venezuela or Nicaragua. congress organization eral Judges that they must see Attorney 1 to come here and confer with thfc-
and_ South American countries, andeven would depart shortly to rejoin his of the customs service will be I day School, L. M. Fuller. General McReynolds, who will ]Huerta government, and says he believes 1

for ,export to Europe :through family in Europe. He contracted a revolutionized beginning July 1. As, Committee on church constitution, name the Federal Judges. ] he is being instructed at the last .

the direct lines of steamships'that are I severe cold upon returnh g'from his one if the last acts President Taft .:articles of faith and bylaws, Chas. The President's announcement that .minute by his secretary, Rontano, who .
planned to ply from Jacksonville to I and sent a to Congress .. :Phillips, F. N. Boardman and J. R-
recent trip to Cuba expects to remain message announcing the Secretary of State will deal with it is said, wields a powerful influence.
Europe and to South America. I quietly at his hotel here for several -' the redistricting of the service. 'Wood. all diplomatic appointments practically over the rebel leaders. \ ;
days. 1M 165 districts will be reduced to Committee on building, B. J. Lord
turns to Mr. the
over Bryan highest

LET THE GOOD WORK tONTINUEA forty-nine, formed largely along State and E. H. Gore. '
class of patronage that can be dis- COMMENTS ON DR. GEISEL.
COMING TO THE LUCERhlEt lines and 16 collectors of customs will Services for the present will be
the and raises
pensed by government
,letter from Mr..} JHoing, now be abolished. I held in the Grand Theatre, which they
the of
position of State to
:= at St. Augustine, says: We are'here"f, "Seminary Days," which is described Several ports of entry and a nwn- have been given the USe! of by Col. | the level of political Secretary dictatorship.After Those who did not hear Dr. Geisel's

for:.a few weeks and *Jiile' e are very f as/'a splendid' spectacular. singingand ber of sub-ports will be abolished. Watkins. A pemaneitf. home will be the meeting of the Cabinet lecture Thursday morning on "How to-
1 fond ,of Orlando,', and 'regard it as dancing creation, is the second division Congress has stipulated that the fcew provided later. Take Care of Husbands" missed at
which lasted for hour and
today, an a '
.the best little city inSldrida, yet'we" of the entirely new show presented plain must reduce the cost' of the Next Sandxy morning preaching half, the President caused the reportto most entertaining, instructive and

find)this, place advance' of ,Orlando I, .'this .year: by George Evans1 service to $10,150,000 or a saving of service will be held tn the Grand at' be given out that the meeting related beneficial discourse. She said the
in some.respects ',The beautiful parks l"Honey Boy Minstrels who will ar- $700,000< as corr$ared with the cur- 1 o'clock. This will be.. Rev. Parker's only to possible assistant death rate of men between the ages

t.t and plasas with pleasant and invitingp1aceltO I pear at the Lucerne Theatre Thursday ; rent fiscal year. last Sunday Orlando as he leaves on taryships and that nothing definite secre of 40 and 60 has increased in the last

rest;!appeals'to the stranger'j March 20. Under the re-organization each Monday for Lie lane in Massachusetts been decided few years to an alarming extent, and.,

a and it seems straage'that I It is framed in a setting entrancing customs district will have a trillector Every mender of the new President upon.'The had two earnest it was at this age when a man war

,has neglected. 'this so:long. received: .beauty representing mooa-il-I of:customs. All ports, even the head.: church :and their friends should be ferences ,today with Mr. Bryan, con.presumably at his. best, most efficient, had experience

i. a,copy of,;yourdaar'?. ontainingthe:;'luminated campus.and buildings; a'' quarters of collectors, will \e-direct1y present at this .service. about Mexico, though both coupled with learning. The diseases

,l- address of Judge Waidoui to the Board\seminary in the Southland dnsky in Charge of ia deputy lledk>r. The men :refused to give out information most common to men of this
it-pfaaedlme much-:to f ..,._ age were heart disease, apoplexy and
T iTrade and. belles:, iras aneeived ud.alU'.1ged terms"porfe ,o delivery" and "sub1 1 .UT\1JQUA'NOTES" about the conference.
''see. the 'Juo "'havel the:backbone to 1 by;James E. Gorman, stagemanager 1 ports, ,which will be retaroatt, will be ,kidney disease. Part of the remedy
: 'come'out squarelyino4 ahow"the Boardof for Jnu8icalJrodutUo of Cohan t made port(of entry ORJLNGE TREES IN BUD AT RED. of these things could be made in the

.Trade',what. an rutteffailure it has\"and, "Harris. The new plan terminates the historic With :a cosmopolitan popolalaan LANDS. I home, by the diet. Of course iobac
Ie I privilege given collectors at certain ssch as Orlando has entertainment isnecessaqr. co and stimulants were injurious and
John Zing,who is isaid to. be: irresistibly -
been.We read your duly:while,in Orlandoand ;f unny *s a wench,delineator, ports, especially along the Canadian The Chautauqua furnishes Jledlands, March Beginning at the man would have to look after that

as we.,are,intending to make Or.' appears: in tthecast .as Madame' border, to sell manifests and re- this and .of the highest order noon yesterday and continuing almost himself. But, said Dr. Geisel, give '

Iamb: our home by :another winter,1: Daphne Washington,dean. cf the inat1tution. -'i!eive other emouln ents, the proceedsUfrom Bishqp Vinoant, the Veteran Chau.taoqua .f incessantly until late this afterof -. him something good to eat, not angel

f wi are grealty pleased to know that' The l&arasment of.the school I which, in many instances far ex.: .man .of America and one ; t noon, Redlands witnessed one of the! food. The diet recommended was that

''Oft&Mo y"at- last to have a real."livtonethat head by the Sportive and pestiferous ,'eeded: their salaries.. t Kfcllectors will the most eminent divines was greeted ,I J;i est rains of the season. The down 'which contained live salt. Some

\. J, :' ;, contains 5tfH Jxy ***bttoboti, genders the-faunda- eceive cnly salaries. by an audience of 2000 at St PebrsJ pour was general and steady, and'.things named were whole wheat

<* .. .u ts. and;:iionf o e .] riouIlunUkCng of The.names of tfee newssoutheasternlistrict burg., -He .is 82 years of age and )range growers and ranchmen alike bread, corn meal, and some raw food i

society notes. !We 'will want toUr!|- s.xshkle. TheSrtf t.+ef the com- .( and' the ports of< entry eon- speaki with the vigor of a man of 50. assert the rain will result in much 'each day, as cabbage, celery, lettuce,.* x

weekly sent' us *.a.soon as, we Breach:'l.edr-Da kiagfls>on the sbo1l1ders.of1 1:tinued JOT created are: AS follows, the Will Orlando honor this great man J good. The orange trees, which were etc., plenty of water, then take plentyof
# 'b our,home in III : Xingand.Sam Leeitbe.latter whois first part mentioned :in'.each instance and do good to themselves by giving J stripped of their foliage by the recent time to eat, and make the dining"

,when'we: purchased a lot' in your programmed as '."Jasper Heminway, 1 being ;the Jheadqimrierg; of the collector him Iheir:presence and attention while ..freeze, are bursting forth with leaves, room "comfy."

,city, we thought .we,would'wait until Groundkeeper,1 .characterizbg an aged J JnelJ.'Q. : in this city a few days next week. and in some instances trees are blooming Another thing she said: "Don't,

iour', return/next, fall before building; .Raymond Maxon, besides giving North.Carolina: Wilmington, Eliz- I Miss Mosher possesses a full, richsoprano : as a result of the warm rain and when your husbands have been sittingat

4 I but 'we may conclude. to 'have plans Selectable eccentric dance,,leads :abeth,City, Newborn,Manatee, Beau- voice and her singing has sunshine of the past two weeks. a desk all day, ask him to sit all

made. and. let the contract for" ,a house the Corps .d.ierpsichcrean.artists.itexhibiting .ford. won the good opinion of the Chautau- The rainfall for Redlands for the the evening at a table and play

to, be, in readiness'for us by fall., In difficult terpsichorean feats South Carolina: Charleston, Georgetown qua visitors. Her unassuming ways past twenty-four hours was .53 inches bridge." He should walk, play golf
this case would it.be asking too much and gentle.manner are not to be over- hoe in the
t "11>>* Boys We:Lov and"\When.Tt e c :Beaufort I making a total precipitation for the garden, exercise at the
of you for the names of several contractors Old Sown '.Clock Strikes Nine," both Georgia: (except: StJ Mary river section :. looked. season of 5.67 inches. Reports from wood pile or pick his neighbor's or-
., whom yon .know to be reBible. Savannah Brunswick Darien : Dr. Ge eel made some startling the the
composed .by ihe inimitable 4fHoney ) Oak Glen are to effect that anges.
." Boy Ate .themg'hits.DRlQ1NG'nun Atlanta, statements yesterday afternoon and season continued 6arainsy tmhtmt mm Dr.. Geisel gave some fine' demonstrations -

Florida (including ,St Mary's river very lather and mother can afford to rain began early yesterday morningand of relieving brain pressure,
PRETTY PARTY ,FlR. USS.MOON. north ank Jacksonville ponder :well her remarks for they continued the nervous prostration etc. but
.f MAN'S.'SOUPllNMOXTANA. ' > ) Tampa, Key throughout day. we must
-1 West, Punta Garda, Boca Grande, were backed up by facts more real Last night the rain turned into snow see and hear the Doctor to get the-.,
Mrs C. D: Christ jwtertajned de- .Miami, Pensacofo, St/Andrews, St. than entertaining. and this morning the ground was cov- force of her splendid lectures.

f ,, lightfully yesterday Salfeonortof: her Augustine, Fernandina, Cedar Keys, She touched the subject of the passing ered with more than three inches. She was given a shower of bouquets
attractive house-gue ,:Ml".'Moon, of Butte,. :Mont. .SlarcL-rTjor .twe Tort-lngals, Apaiachicdia. of the American race in a'manner For 'the past twenty-four hours at after the lecture by her many

Trenton, N. J. ,week ji lhalf-dozen
ri :The.afternoon was spent itnmerry I Northern Pacific Railway itempany. parti! Mississippi)' Mobile; BirmingthanW Race degeneracy through the inter- inches; at Mill Creek, 1.02 inches; sweet way, standing ankle deep in.
contests involving both':ADI'and wit have.been.fippinr alcohol Jrom a.keg marriage of persons wholly unfittedfor i
SmLnton..cHAUTAUQUA Santa Ana, 1-50 inches.ANOTHER roses, violets, pinks, etc. She said,.
: r ,on the part of the guests:, ;Miss Grace which contained.a :human !head, :consigned the marriage relations, and by "Oh, how I thank you. You may havea
to va Butte physician lor.medi. of from the'
Holt seemed "poetically kclitwtf'.and THE ;YESTERDAY the marriage weaklings BIG DEAL.Dr. demonstration of nervousness al
was so succellful in paraphrasing,that cal purposes.. 59 era! .months ago ;=a AND TODAiYIttreas effects of, alcohol and nicotine, or [ am joyously: fidigity and you have
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she was rewarded with a'dtint7prize; ,' ten-gaH: :ku,JateledlMiJcohoV' was vicious habits, was shown to be the P. Phillips has bought the brick I brought something upon yourselves
while Kin.Marion' Groves was.qukkeit lost and in .some unkmwn :manner greatest danger confronting the
business building at the corner of Orange for I shall come to Orlando when I
'in identifying the authors pictureson found its way in a dark and:obscure : a source of disappointment American people. avenue and Pine street wherein di e."

the walls and won a pretty.cologne corner of. the local freight .house. ,i to the' Chautauqua management yesterday Unnatural mothers-mothers des Clark Robinson conducts an up-to- .
bottle. awaiting identificatkm as it bole no: when a telegram came at ten titute of the God-given instinct of "

:The refreshments were delicious address. JDurisg.the recent raid snap a'cloci Announcing ihe inability of Ed-: motherhood, received a lesson that date clothing store- TO INVESTIGATE THE TROUBLES
aaund"yance Cook to fill his lecture This is said to be. the oldest brick WITH SUFFRAGETTES.Special .
'sad eonai.ted'of pineapple'ice cakes one of the switching crew stumbledacross comes as a rebuke to that large class]

nets and bon-bons.: the.. keg and.. noting its ,:libelsampled ,engagement in.d the afternoon._ _ _,_ owing. of women who bring little ones into I I building in Orlando and for a number -
of was occupied by the First ( to The Sentinel
'rose enjoying'MrsChrist's fcespV it Then he fet'in others' of ;to the serious illness of his ome. :Mr.Iaok the world and then consign them to I years
the crew oa the secret and the keg is one of the great.men of the the bottle and the hired nurseIt National Bank, conducted by the Washington, D.. C., March 6.-Stories -
Moon Mother,
Misses ,.
were
tality
:, Poyntz Brothers. It is understood that
platform and the loss of his lecture of the trouble's which the suffragettes
became very popslar. was shown that fifty-seven out of
.Holt Mabel O'Neal, Viivfeia .
Buckingham, much to both tile man&gemen $25,000. At the same time, Dr. Phillips experienced during the parade
means
and .Branham Emma Hai. Th physician in the meantime hd every one hundred babies who were *;
Mary employed Chief of Detectives George and the patrons. But those v&o have bottle-fed died in baby-hood, while purchased of Billy Smith imme- here, March the third, and the alleged
| aer, ;:Edith Robinson, Marion Grove, diately' in the rear of this, a strip inefficiency and .
institute learned tthe worth of Dr. Gieael, and inactivity of the
Wisi Ambrose to a search and this I only seven per rent of the babies'fedin *
'{ aite.Robineon".and: Mesdames.:
of ground 27 feet front on Pine street here
the intetfitt her lectures have awak- police, begun today' before the
acer located the anaddressed keg the natural and normal died in
*tf, Jtolt, Holland'and. Victor :Star i otiser jcould way and running 40 feet back. The price senate sub-committee which
that
Chief,Ambrose.broke in the'top. The ened, feel none so babyhood.. was appointed -
_x JvBJK.I supplied his paid :for this 27 feet on Pine street to
keg Mill contained one-quarter of-.the' well have placeto; the I Tobacco, ,and;especially the cigarette investigate the matter.
original amount of alcohol and,the, satisfaction of the people who, axe:at.teadiof hAhit"wu arraigned in a Bauer was 19/000.; I Over two hundred women were present -
AT TEE FAVORITE TODAY. dad enjoy her helpful a&4 interesting This is, one of the, most valuable I today to give testimony. Fully
lead.w still in good state of prate: that oaght.to have bees''heard by every ,
addresses. :: corners in the:city and the new mod. a dozen were heard.REAPPOINTED .
; vaiaoaf Eight switchmen vowed total ,high school_ bid.said every,young
Ungrateful.. .Dtugh ;-In.Law: ,..Gem abtin oc.'hereafter. In:this inflection it: may not be man of high,,fe,: : ern,brick structure will soon.ado'm. .i .t'a
Y Drama.i amits' to ,ray. that yesterday a.4ele-: : that corner.
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<# .7.The evening f ttjpim his:a:feast DISTRICT. AT-
.'Animated Weekly.No. 29 ...Gaud ont' fines oaaM from a JMiea7-w, k oT masieby; '> Dr. Phillips has been a very.success TORNEY. n
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GRAND THEATRE: : ": : ful kveeter and if helping make Beautiful .
EAwatioBaL, \ Miiaiinippi offering:her to;4- aadMiM$:.tiiw; ell st uied .by .. -
;'&!M. of the Father' :. ..'....,.l'.Champion, Sall 'f "- "
i # f D ilra. :' :Drama. Pf .':' -. .. jf *,- ''IV **--,-* ; lrl"'T"t'I-: .Jacksonville; Fla., March 6.-Jodf

t; oa-2to66tolOp.m.v. : . A. Motorboat. Party' ..........Ufein '. HM. iaveam -go1i.wde:.... r: . I.; . WDTIIIK1IPoIT. Wm. B, Sheppard today appointed

>' :./dmistisn 6'ceaU to alt ';mAi7egeloe The. Mkeiag'Jewels ..........LaWn. *M's 9RIiHrt. aLriT -----e.. Richard P., Marks United sw..a,
,, : .'6 cet' *4ow,. tfc"a4H! ,fa. ", ,CeM J. I4air...nr.. t/[ !w "arri.F w .....; ...rri4aywHh Y : colder, In torney for Sos&ern, Dittrlet of F.

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"JUDGE. ASKS FARM FOR BAD fund. A large attendance is, of course NOTICE 'Experienced 'managers,
HUEBlESfells desired, Miss Hunter has drilled and (man and wife) want the manage.
worked earnestly and faithful reher- ment of a European hotel, on salary,
or would rent, good place Address,
Deserter Brute-Asserts Punish- sale have been held, so a good per.I Hotel, P.O. Box 672, Orlando, Fla. 3t
{ meat by Jail Hurts Wife and, ormance can be relied upon. There' BARGAINS! BARGAINS! BARGAINS I
Children, Doing Man no'Good i will be lots ,of fun. The play is a Subscribe for the Sunday Sentinel
A "husband farm" Is being advo- comedy Admission. 25c. Ten cents a week delivered.
ted Mcnleipal: Judge Uhlir of,the Don't forget the date. March 19- .
"Joniestic Relations Court of Chicago, At the Pine Castle Sschool House. L We take
MllSUiru pleasure in
J. announcing to Ladies and Childrens Ready to
nd if present plans ,are carried out the people in Orlando and vicinity wear hats from 50c
,le: will bring the matter up for,dis- The Miami Metropolis says: "WhatIs that our line of Spring and Summer Ladies Rain Coats up.,
mission at, the next" general meeting said to be the largest price that TIE CdlROMBISl Merchandise, which is arriving daily kind, now $2.98. Children Regular $5.00 RainProof
rf the Judges of the,Municipal court bas ever been paid for a residence such as Dry Goods, Clothing, Shoes from
Capes $1.98
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Judge Uhlir proposes to have the and lot in the city of Miami was yesterda'y Manicure, Pedicure, Shampoo, .Hats, Millinery, Ready to Wear Hats, Ladies Washable Skirts up.all styles
: wmiy establish,a,farm somewhere near made consideration. by ,
Face and Scalp Massage. the Styles Shown are varied enough from $L24 up. .
'..*e' city limits where'delinquent bus- :which Mr. A. G. Goodall of Sanford, to suit the tastes of
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every one and Ladies and Children's Coats and
lands can be 'sentenced for neglect. le., became the owner of the mag. Parlor over Dlckson & Ives store the prices are in keeping with every Salts at Surprisingly low Prices.
economy. Calicos 5c per 1ueLSPECIAL
; ea the,proceeds of their labor top at 914 Boulevard, the amount Avenues.HmillllMIIIIMIIillM. BARGAINS DURING French Gingham lOc yard.
to the support of their families. agreed upon in the sale being $30,000- FAIR WEEK. per
"Scarcely a case comes to to at- The house is generally conceded to be Shoes for Men, Ladies, Misses and To accomodate the trade we giveaway '
w fcntion in"this court," ,said Judge one of the handsomest in the city and Children in all styles and colors, high nice china ware for premiums
"where the is not to blame. of the desirable CARTER'SNEW to eveJ''bod1who trades with us. We
Ihlir, man occupies one most and low cut, to suit the taste of every
Guarantee Satisfaction.
,1 is, the. old; old story of a husband residence locations to be found, frontIng .' body.. All Shoes will sell at FIFTEEN refunded. or your mon.
t :;fred of providing for a wife and upon the bay and located near the STOREIn PER CENT OFF. ey
: \iiMren, who has deserted them and central part of the city" This is the Ladies Shirt Waists and Middy Come and con lce yourself.

:' 'tft them to' ,live as they best can or twentieth. ,season that; Mr. Goodall has Highland Grove Blouses of styles from 98c up. Your Trade will be AppreciatedLadies
,*rv spent in Florida. Next season he will Dresses from 98c up. Men's Straw Hats from 25c up.Men's .
Says Men Should,Be Punished be comfortably situated in the handsome New Fresh Stock of Staple Childrens Dresses from 48c up. Alpaca Coats from $1.50 up.Kanner's .
early every man who comes be- new residence that he,has just Groceries. Our Expense is ;
.. 'Ire me on charges of wife abandonment purchased. Low and our Prices Low.
and eontributing to the depend We Deliver to Any Part

:. mcy of children should be punished The customs house'reeeipts in Tam- of the City. A Telephone New York

i"some manner; But every time you pa for the week 'ending last Saturday Order to '325 will get the ,'l,
'sntemplate fining a brute ,that .has ran more, than $10,000 ahead of Goods. .
-t his wife and children you are the receipts ,for the same week of .
nfrented by'the fact they will con. last year. For the month of Febru- OIL AND GASOLINE '

,sue to starve if the man is locked ary the importation of cedar logs ,DELIVERED AT Bargain StoreIf
3>>>7' What can you do but parole him reached a total of 111,000 feet valuedat YOUR DOOR
id order him toy so much to the $5,943.

t rapport of the family. He,frequentlyTBglects IMMItlMMHIIIMMIIItlMMMMIIIIMMIi You Would be Posted be a Daily Visitor to this.Store
these payments, leaves the The Hillsboro Dry Goods Companyin
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'' ante, and causes' the officers of the the name of a $100,000 corporation I111 i 'I
urt no 'end of' trouble'in running th&t' has been formed in Tampa and

.1 after' him to bring him to justice.: will shortly open a large store Star Employment
"The men ,seldom, care what be-
: .mes of,their, wives and the children IIII-IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII. Agency
,

'.FOr.ftey,entertaining have brought such into thoughts the" world.and I:II: ELIJAH, HAND. Tell your troubles to Palmer;

'3 principles Consider' they',Bridewell should be a,punished.Picnic. I- Funeral and Embalmer Director He will line get of reliable employmentPhone help in_any J fH MT!Y AnVAn\

s; --But if you:send them to the bride- 105 I
:, ,vel. they like the environment so Hand Block, Pine St. Phone 55lllltllMIMMIttlMIMIt
.nthey. don't consider the sentence illllMIMMIIMMIHICHAS.
,M the, light of punishment .It' is a

;ijcnic, a vacation frOm'marital duties '
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; "/That is why; want a farm where .. LORD J. N. BRADSHAW 1 ,
\we; can: v sentence the husbands and ', I
;i ihere they will have to work and work z \
lard, In the meantime the family, i I Lord .& Bradshaw I.I I.| : '".'
.,2li vecl".by his absence, will benefit : ,(
.- paws well as if he,were working di- I( We wish to announce to our .friends, and the public generally, |H I .

/ wetly for them. The proceeds of the | that we have formed a partnership s under the't' _,1
''" man's labor will be turned over to .
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-'r )ie :.family., I\ :above firm name, for a general I

s "The man on being sentenced to theSinn j
.t. : :will be assigned different work I! Real Estate and Insurance |

Bid will be paid good wages. Thereis, [ Mi ,4
;tjo,reason' whya well kept farm, oper- business and are centrally located in a ground floor office at No. |

,.. d'',by strongable-bodiedmen, like
,iie majority of these delinquents are, i I 17 B..Orangevenue, (formerly occupied Hamilton & Dunn 'II

iood not be""a financial success. I Millinery), where we will be pleased to meet all our old friends ii I II '

"We can arrange to ,keep rows, I Hardware
Implements Harness
Agricultural
i and make 1I Saddlery
.rAickens, and all domestic annuals to new ones. ,
m' and raise vegetables II ""
the farm can
Our list of and is surpassed by Paints Oils Buil trial EtcT'
g. minimum_ expense,; A great: !I city. acreage' property none, mt 1 i i: ; g ,

jiaay of the products can be delivered g and we have some exceptional bargains. COME AND SEE Us |
I
u lit tie families of the men sentenced I H Orlando '
i FloridaW.
s. ',tere. I .
Lord & Bradshaw
"Its an Idea, I have, been thinking I g
:m for some' time, and, although I "
lave.not spoken to many about it, I I! 17 S. ORANGE AVL ORLANBO, ilL, | J
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sink there is no doubt it will be wellatceived. ............._..........' !!In.M.... -
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fishing is about all that is going .

e, :sa here now and old Lake Conway .
$ certainly yielding an abundance. NEWS AGENTS

v Openings:fishing parties and great are out catches morning are and reprted. : S rin Stock is In I
Coning
Orlando Stationery, Souvenir and Curio, Store . ur ew
E., D. M. Perkins, our genial merAant -
has returned from a business : And we will- offer to you a Choice Selection of High Class
kip, of several days 1 Jacksonville. 22 WEST CHURCH STREET Goods.
,Mrs, Laura Mathews, of Orlando, IN DRY GOODS, ALL THE STAPLE AND USEFUL
f
b; ens'the> guest Wednesday of Mrs. J. GOODS as well as FANCY SILKS, and FINE DRESS
: :JL Tyner. MtliililHIIIMIIIIIIMiil* : GOODS, HOSIERY IN SILK LISLE AND COTTON, and .

Mrs. Marzella Johns has moved into: the Many Accessories that Women Use. . . .. . . .. f
'
ier new home lately finished 1913 Modelsdl
just
Mr. Homer> Sheldon is butting anaddition .: : !Bargains Six Days in Every Week .

to his cottage corner of Main ,
\ad Division'streets- We carry all,the,time a large stock of SHOES of the t
g, Hiss: Isabel Perkins entertained best makes and newest styles. KING QUALITY MEN'S
,'. .; SHOES. CRADDOCK TERRY'S WOMEN'S SHOES
'out thirty of her little friends at .
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,
a party, Monday, celebrating herb : AND CHILDREN'S SHOES. NONE 'BETTER ARE _, .
inezith birthday anniversary. Thjrfreshments SOLD IN THIS MARKET.
/ which were served very SCHLOSS BROS.,FINE SUITS FOR MEN at $15.00: ;
:: .idntfly, were in a measure, under $20.00, $25.00 and $30.00 are unsurpassed for STYLE

t &e personal supervision,of her grand. FIT AND QUALITY. ,
'an,Mrs. M. B. Parker, who enjoyed MOTOCYCLESFour LORD BALTIMORE BOYS SUITS- WILL BE SURE
z: tte occasian as heartily as the young' TO PLEASE,YOU.
.r sllaar H. P. Models $200.00 -
Miss Pearl Hunter, principal of the Seven H. P. Models, $250.00
A 'shook;with a.cast' of thirty persons
loll present'on Wednesday evening i C B. Eilpert W M. SlemonsLime
larch: '19th, a play entitled At Mar- I .
7 ,'in's,'Country Store." The play,'which] ) ORLANDO FLA. Agent for Orange CountyHtllMIIIMillllltlMMMMItlHIIMHIIMtiMIMt .
: 'idlltoccupy; the,entire evening, is giv-
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.> ;'ptbHshed '.Callahan,'"andUM 't ITSAFAIR PROPOSITION '
; # .planting will,continue,as,long,aa Real EstateFourteen IF YOU WANT

Many throughout: .thk section'are busily acres of good land in good TO ASSUME THAT YOU ARE BRIGHTER FRUITFree
in, Locatedon
gaged at in extending their location 9 acres grove.
; : present: i
r ,potato.acreage-, 'The'-sod.here'. :seems- nice lake, price 5500. APPRECIATIVE OF THE VERy. I from the dust mite and for which ;,:T w
) to'be'.jest :right for their culture." -
1 y )n'some-sections'of'Florida.the'raising Ten acres,first class land.' 5 acres ? BEST. WE ARE SPECIALISTS IN >* .. you command the fancy prices, useSulphoCitrol .
) .of Irish:potatoes has come to bean in grove. Splendid location. 4500.
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: ,;shipments industry in that the',calls season.for'Callahan trainload,1 Two and one-half: acres in excellent Electrical. Wireing e : and Motor Work dIF

' 'possessing the right'soil for:this'crop, location. All in grove. $1,500. _
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"I YOU WANT
:ahould get into.the market extensive- NEWELL, ELECTRICAL COMPANY iTo
:.ly and the town and section will grow A large number of business lots in *
:amazingly. 'There is'money in'potatoes various localities in. the city, and ARCADE BUILDING destroy the "THRIPP," use- .I
;. ; _and small chance of loss,for they beautiful suburbs of the" city at prices CHURCH ST.
;keep well,and'the demand,is always: ranging,from $100 to 1000. PHONE 280 Black Leaf Tobacco ExtractOur
extending.-Times-Union Short Talks.
.,: Lake front home sites containingtwo
and more acres of land at the new 1913 Almanac containing full
" :If only the five mills that are preparing
moderate price of $650.
lumber for;the Biscayne bay I very information sent you for three cents
f bridge can .furnish material fast
the that For particulars call at office over postage.
enough planking enormous The Best is the Cheapest
structure, .two'and one-quarter miles Dickson & Ives store, Orange Ave.

long, will ,be completed within three ..
.
weeks,according to a statement made CARL JANSEN1I111111111111111111111111 -* ...... SO. GET THE BEST OF. .-r 4 I, ';o.f" < F-t 5:'
by Mr..J. L Conklin, supervising engi .t.f':
neer.There is but two thousand,four!
hundred feet of planking yet to lay,! .. Paints and Wall Paper - JACKSONVILLE, FLA.'t' ?
said Mr.Conklin,'and by the rate that
; 'the larger,part of,the bridge has been IndeedThey : I I THE 1912 WALL PAPER IN SAMPLES r I
put together, he estimates that this
IS GRAND AND I WILL BE PLEASED ITO ..
distance can be covered easily in the l I
time stated.-Miami Metropolis.. SHOW THEM. ALL YOU HAVE TO r
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DO IS TO TELEPHONE AND I WILL Ji
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WANTED-Clean rags at this office. BRING THE SAMPLE TO YOUR HOME.
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TO. TAX PAYERS OF ORANGE GEO. A. BARKER PHONE 268 ,Fireplace Mantels, \
) COUNTY. better cigars are to be .

N I have a list of houses built in 1912, i sure found of anywhere than, hence-we we're feel _ ___ __ _ _ _..___ ________ __ __n_____ Tiles and Grates, '
and take it for all
granted they were
; no hesitancy in saying that .
finished,before January 1, 1913. The Calorie Fireless
Cookers
of there is .
; regardless price, : ,
law requires you to make your return.I .
not cigar made that '
a you
am trying to give you a,fair ,deal, I ,
can enjoy more than Electric Pocket Flash .
but,after the book. turned over to HAWLEY'SSTRAIGHTS I MISSES HAMILTON & DUNN lights,
the Tax'Collector it will be too late '
for.)'ou.to. kick about your valuation 'j andHAVANAS I Complete Electric Lighting Plants ol .
If I miss a house or assess a pieceof
l: \
land too low,nothing is said; if I Any Size Installed.
: :Made in Orlando. Sold by have now opened ,their
assess you too high you will,have to all Dealers. Only cost 5
". pay the'bill. unless you make your cents. ..... ---
return before April 1st, 1913. I would Tx
: ASK FOR THEMtlMMHIMMIMMililHI stock of Hats 4
like: to have all property assessed .' I new Spring
equal It',is .up:to,you. There will ;i I :E. s. PIERCE
\. positively ,be no change made when
tax paying time comesIt' .will be too and Millinery
ELECTRICIAN H
I READY NOW'StroBg ,
late' to say my house was not finishedor J
'bud i not worth what
my you P10NE 436. New Maud Bldg., Church St.
have it assessed at, vigorous tomato plants at LATEST STYLES. '
ARTHUR BUTT, $1.50 per thousand. The Bear's Head
Tax Collector., Orange County. Farm,Pine Castle,Fla. lot {
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r .::Ci all-important question of Furniture. You'll readily admit that you


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

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

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Reason Why Most v
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People buy at Kincaid & Snow-' ,

h4 x Is. .what we all want for our
den. is because they get an honest r- r t

dollar's i worth, of merchandise for y: money

k ,.. You get one here We carry
dollar
every they. spend, they .. .x.
Iw:.ML c__ in Stock more Home Furnishings
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reckless advertising
promises no
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k Our trust is popular ; it belongs to the people ; it has never been attacked by the man: with the .1#

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

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

,Now is the time to ask for it. Your credit is good. This big building is ,packed with Furniture and
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1 I .......-.. unmarried woman.In 'J' :
,z:South Florida', Sentinel With ,the:'inauguration of Wilson I our complex civilization there are

r 'MEO>1 FINC ,AMD WBBLTSUBSCHFTION and Marshall and the meeting:of congress of course, other reasons which,account ;
"\ extraordinary, session'practically for the, frequent estrangement between .Searchas You Will

J BATBBS. on entirely new group of men parents and children- In,view ,

rises to power in the,American republic. of the fact, however, that half a mil. ,
,> - THE DAILY .SENTINEL lion women in the United States work '
: ,lOne,-year,................ ..... .$5.00 The senate will ,be transformedfrom in factories until they are married, .
,:f't ;8ix Months .. ................. 2.50 into democratic the about the Cant
a republican a warning inefficiency of You Find More for
;:'. "Three Months ..... ........... t25 body, with the progressive, democratsthe American motherhood, about the lack .

: ':Yet:Week ....,.!............. .10 men friendly to the new presi- of parental training and equipment, .

dent-in control. Kern of Indiana, should not be dismissed lightly.
,
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M cento
1 :Dr Deft carrier la Orlando. per Your ElsewhereFOR
ti' D 'J-*, Daily and Sunday. Smith of ,Georgia, Gore of Oklahoma, Money '

The'Orlando Morning Sentinel eaa be found and Lee of Tennessee are the more THE ARMY OF FORLORN HOPE .
ea tale In Orlando at Quito A 0Neal'f Book prominent of the progressive demo. :'sanKM
Store.', crats who will take over the leader- Not often has New York wintessed

We .will appreciate prompt'. complaint if ship of the majority from Martin of such a sight for tears as the army of _, CAN YOU FIND BETTER JEWELRY

i 4elmr,.te..not properly made by our carrier Virginia, Simmons of North Carolina, consumptives that, blocked Fifth avenue '. .
'\*, Adefftfalaz rates will lit: farobbed on ap- and their fellow conservativesIn yesterday in vain search for Dr. .i ., ': .- THAN OURS. FOR SEVERAL YEARS THIS '

:p&&Uon- the house of representatives A. Friedman and his reputed marvellouscure.

: THE WEEKLY SENTINEL Mitchell Palmer Pennsylvania will Thin and pale, they shiveredin 'HAS BEEN SO, IT IS SO TODAY, AND WILL
r For year by mail, postage paid ........$1.00 rise to special prominence as chairman the wind. Desperate in fear of "'

' JUttrcB' THE SSNTINKI. Orlando Florida. of the democratic caucus, selected delay, they invaded the hotel where > : BE SO TOMORROW, NEXT YEAR, AND IN
t'
4Oct 107 Court Street, Arcade Bonding
Pboni/ at the request of President Wilson. DrFriedman has rooms and were .A '-. .

.Clark will remain speaker and U n- hustled out to quiet the silly, selfish '..: . THE YEARS TO,COME. .

1. P. SCHUMANN. Mt r derwood majority leader, but they fears of guests. Penniless, some of ", I ,:' '. "
JOSIAH FERRIS, Prsprletor.y will be compelled to defer, for a time them, they could not begin the des- ;

at least, to Palmer, Henry of Texas pairing homeward journey until pas- .
FRIDAY, MARCH 7TH, 1913. I and other recognized progressives as sers-by had provided carfare.
.
Not t Have the Best and Be
the spokesmen of the new chief mag One may read of the death of 70- -Why Sure '

One of the principal crops of Mex- istrate. 000 persons a year in the registrationarea
'
,lico is ex-Presidents. Whether President Wilson and congress of the United States alone at an

1 o will be able to along ami- of thirty-six' with .
get average age years
... The average family row is made cably' is the question on. which the little of the swift sympathy that flows '
of all out to such of forlorn If It's in the Line We Have It ItT.I1.vansthe
"worse: by a lack of censorship.An politicians parties are specu- an army hope Jewelry
o lating on the eve of the inauguration.It when seen. These are cases perhaps ,

increase in the price of prunes'doesn't is giving concern to Wilson, to the beyond ,help, except by some magicof
improve them greatly. men he has invited to sit in his cabi medicine not yet surely proved. All :

o net and to the leaders in the senate that sympathy may do to deplete the
and house. great standing army of the doomed is
,
There never was an anarchist whowdidn't
All realize that the relationship of i to spread among those not yet past Jeweler
feel l1e.was a Great Reformer.
? the capitol ,and the White. House will i hope the saving gospel of open air, .
o have a. good deal to do with shapingthe rest, and simple, nourishing food.
One of,the worst scandals we know"is political history of the next four The great battle against the white

for, Winter to linger in the lap of years. plague must trc fought by foresightand ,OPPOSITE POST OFFICE

Spring There will be lenty of harmony at prevention. With these enlisted,

\ o the start; there always is. But it humanity may yet be spared the sad- .
-
;; A feller always refers,-to' his automobile is the finish 'on which the politicians dest of all reflections upon such a

as. "her," because is so .expensive. have their eyes fixed sight as yesterday's: that nine out of

The Republicans in congress are ten of those pitiful sufferers might

o confident that the democrats in exe- have been saved to their families and

.Marrying for money, probably involves cutive and legislative branches of the world by the simplest precautionsif SILK STOCK S :

,- more' risk than the other forms the government will be at loggerheads only they had known!-New York

of &'ambling"o before the new administration is three World, March 4th. .
months old, and that on this rock

There isn't nearly so much easy the democratic administration, will go DISGRACEFULThe
to smash. On that contingency, the
stalk about .itEverybody republicans pin their hopes of return scenes that took place on the

: o ing to power. streets of the national capital on For Day
That the situation has its pitfalls:
hates a stingy man. But, Monday were certainly such as to well
you will notice that the stingy man always .. is admitted by the democrats, progressives -. merit the term used in the headline.
lo has as well as conservative. The They were disgraceful, not to the women and
money. 0 house is the weak spot There will]l participtaing in the street pa-:

be 291 democrats in the next house! rade, for they had a perfect right to 1
Yes, it is true, they say, that, Methuselah . and 144 republicans and progressives,, parade as they did and to hold the EveningWear
lived to be 969 old, /
years' That will give the democrats a ma other exercises accompanying their
but :what else did he dot' of 147 which experience ha
jority. ,. demonstration. There was nothing in
,W demonstrated is about 100 more than any act of theirs that violated any

o We. also refuse ,to worry because it is good for any party to have in law found either upon the national

the, supply of nitrates may' be ,ex- that popular assemblage.How statute book or in the canons'of pro It II
Jiausted a thousand.,years hence that tremendous majority can priety.

'o be kept together instead of splittingup The women who took part in the .

There were 39 more deaths in De- and joining the Republicans, the street parade were entitled to protec-

'Kalb ,last year ,than for the year Progressives or both is the problem tion from the jeers and insults and \
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.,.1911: ,the total 'number being 245. bothering the heads of the leaders. jostlings of the crowd of hoodlums Our Personal Guarantee .
o About the, time patronage compli- that filled the streets, and that it

Most boys love 'their mothers, and cations are becoming most embarassing was not afforded them was a disgraceto Accompanies Every Pair,
I congress will be considering tariff the police department that was
-wouldn't have much fun if they knew,
how these mothers worry about them. revision legislation- Now unsatisfied charged with the, duty of keeping
H o hunger for jobs unfits statesmen for order and to the national governmentthat

harmonious legislation. The leaders fails .so conspicuously to provide
,One in a position to know says there Marion B. Ives
fear that at that juncture the unwieldy an efficient city administration for the
houses built
will be two hundred new
majority in the house will be- capital city that it directly controls.
in.Orlando during the coming season. : gin to go to pieces. The hungry ones For the credit of the nation it is

o will begin to wander off and vote to be earnestly hoped that a prompt
And what will become of the cabinet with the republicans, just to demon. and thorough investigation of the

forecasters and the Bryan knock strate that the tariff cannot be low- affair will be had, the blame placed EXCLUSIVE MILLINERY PARLORS

: ers,. now that they ire both out of a ered, on an' empty stomach. where it belongs and prompt and sufficient

>job. That President Wilson will take a punishment extended to those ,-
o pronounced progressive stand from il who failed in the perfomance of their Second Floor

According to, the market* reporter, the start on all legislation is acceptedas I duties.-Tampa Times.
; 'turnips can be had for 50 cents the a foregone conclusion. All the

>;. :bushel, But who wants to live on moves of the leaders in the last few PROGRESS IN THE UNITED

:ternips? weeks have been based on recognitionof STATES
o that fact. in every state in the Union except Ok- SHEPPARD WILL ACT AS DIS- H- E.' Scott vs. launch Sparta.'petition .
I The conservatives know it will be lahoma and North Dakota. He has TRICT JUDGEAll of libellant for decree.
;: Many men who are now journeying Slowly, but surely the liquor evil
r to Washington: automobile. tire 'a popular stand, and they indicate a is being conquered Campaigns for made two trips to Panama, and these, F. L Brandon, bankrupt, notice set.

ftyle,;return home in the shape oVa disposition to acquiesce and not to county-option laws in various states together with his two long swins to Legal Papers Will Bear His Sig- ting down hearing of petition for re-
collapsible cup. oppose the president at the beginningof are promising. The decisive victoryof !the Pacific coast and back, have help- nature-Temporary Arrangement view.-Tampa Tribune.CONCERTED .

o his administration.THE those who fought for the prohibitory ed considerably to increase the total Made-Many Papers Filed

There are only two classes'of men constitutional amendment in mileage.In for Record CRITICISM.
: 'who have the nerve to wear lawn ties IMPORTANCE OF MOTHERHOOD West Virginia last November has en- addition Mr. Taft made innumer- Until someone has been appointed
in the middle of the winter-undertak- couraged the temperance forces allover able trips from Washington to New U S. District Judge for the Southern Individual criticism of local affairs

en and ministers. One of the tragedies of American the country._ The fight of the York and- Chicago- and. .in. the- summer- District of Florida and has been con. is likely to ,be narrow: selfish il -considered
c o family life is the drifting apart of Anti-Saloon- League for a national lawmaking I has taken many short trips from Bev .. firmed by Congress, U. S. Judge W. B. and destructive. But organ
the of erly. It is estimated that he has been Sheppard, of Pensacola, who presidesover ized criticism of the kind voiced bya
children and parents. At a critical illegal shipment liquor I
Back of big dispute is theambition
every moment the mother finds that she and into prohibition territory promises seen by 25,000,000 people, or aboutonefourth the district court for the Western local community development club
or folly of one man. And worlds She of the totale population of District of Florida, will act for the is broad, well thought out, nonparti.san .
her girl boy are apart. success.
M yon are not a bell cow you naturally or He has delivered speeches unbiased unselfish and
construct-
the ,
has lost control over them. She is I country. Southern District, over which JudgeJ. ,
fall in behind. nook and of the ive. A local club whose is
r not taken seriously'by them. Where GERMANY'S PROTEST in every corner M. Cheney presided until.March 4. object to
o does this gulf between parents and i country. His, speechmaking record This notice was received:here yester- build up and improve the communityif
Neither do we feel disconsolate '
up- while president is probably'close to day morning 'by U. S. Deputy ClerkW. wisely and conservatively conducted -
children'spring from? address to the cadets of the
on'reading' that there is a dearth of In an
1,500 or about one a day during the R. Watkins, who was instructed II may cause its decisions and recom-
Felix Alder of the School for
blight men anxious to study Dr. German navy, Emporer William gave
=c young .: mendations matters of
term.
Presidential by Clerk E. 0. Locke, of Jacksonville, on community
in New York ascribes
Culture
Ethical
indication of that country's changing 1
for the ministry. an -
Congress appropriated $25,000 to,use Judge Sheppard's name on all policy to be accepted by the public as
o this to what might be termed ineffici. opinion of the beer question: "I,
for the President's traveling authoritive and final.
= It is reported on good authority ate ent motherhood. His remedy for it is know very well that the pleasure of a year legal papers requiring it.
expenses and ever yyear he has used As to who will be named U. S- District -Rev. West, Citizen.
of motherhood vocation.In .
the making a is old of Ger-
Washington, that the pie counter is drinking an heritage
the appropriation- A large and U. S. District Attor-
the and the machine up ,Judge
crowded, and that, there are a good industry men mans. We must henceforth, however,
In commerce and transportation -: amount of this 'year's fund has been ney there is great speculation, inter- The Georgia and, Florida railroad
crust pies. keep pace. through self-discipline, free ourselves
many one .man is persistently. trainedto from this evil in connection." spent, but it has not been exhausted est being heightened by the fact that which extends from Augusta, Ga., to '
o understand the service. every and President Wilson will have as Tampa has a candidate for each office. Madison, Fla., will build a line,''from

Geese' are so anxious chased to go'north south The child is a' delicate and highly TAFT A TRAVELERSpecial much as he needs to run from March Judge H..C. Godon for that,of Judge its_northern terminus into Columbus,
usually
that they are the sensitiven machine. To understand the I 4 to the end of the fiscal year. and H. S.'hillips for that'of District; S. C. Plans will soon be under way

a :have several finally times perished.. before peachbuds child, to ascertain and keep his sym- to the SentineLWashington Mr. Wilson will.-probably' remain in Attorney. The fact that the business looking to this extension of service.

pathy, ,the mother must be able to March 6.-When President Washington during the special sessionof of the court will proceed as usual in
o follow the workings of his, growing! Taft retired from public life he Congress and for this reason his the mean time is, however, a cause of I ,At the annual election of officers of
ten-
well
A feller might as buy a
in the first When he mind. This requires scientific train- took with him a record for travel that ,, traveling expenses in the current year general satisfaction, else the newly i the Jacksonville lodge, Benevolent"and
cent cigar place.
nickle it takes nickle's ing of the mother. She must have a will probably stand for some years.It .i will not be heavy. 'The new 'appro- appointed.officers, whoever they may I Protective Order of Elks, 'held

4'. buys worth a matches, cigar to, J keep it a going.The ., fair idea of psychology. She must be is estimated that during the four' priation will become available on July be, would, be swamped with delayed, Saturday, night, Marion B. Craig'waJ ;

equipped with ,a' Draining which will years he has been ,President he has next. business when they took charge. unanimously elected exalted ruler.
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shows that there enable here ,to.understand,the type of traveled about 125,000 miles, or five f'F1 . I F The following_papers were filed for -
recent .
census '_
1 timds the'distance around the worldat record jn U.'S: Court here,yesterday: Rev: J., B. Culpepper, the well
and esthetic _
t 125,000 idiots in the;country. But her child, his moral qual- 'I 'Jacksonville is going to have another - : "
are ties. At present mothers are not so the equator.He 't [ _,Reddy Investment, ,Company, vs.: Arthur known evangelist, in conducting a
that doesn't include the men furniture store which be '
will,
tcf big
course and trained. They shift the has used trains, motor cars and l , & Donegan, et al, answer' to big revival ,at the Springfield MettocU

who, believe' they, could fool their burden equipped, of understanding ,the child to' ,battleships in his,touring.and has"been l, located' on West.,Bay street. ... ;f,,Kirby: :;,lainer ist church.in Jacksonville.
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.,.,.We have just received a complete line of new Spring Hats for Ladies .. : We have some lovely Embroidered Swisses, and a complete line of Chi onf .
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a ; Tissues in all colors.
f aid we bow we Save,the latest styles, and at prices you canafeStoowm
t of those,in our'window, and reMeaber "
oae. Just notice:few _' .Also the daintiest of
dimities {
figured and laces of all kinds to make
hundred
are sample, as we have several : o
that,these only just a them
Be
: : ? up. sure see them-
you
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to:select from, and'>no:two laik Just look them over before you get ,

year Easter,Bonnet. Children's Dresses for school, or home. The handsomest line we have

:; We also,have'a beautiful 'line of'spring' fabrics for Easter Dresses,; ; ever had, and prices range from 50c to $1.50 so there is no excuse for the
-1 children
also the is right). not being nattily dressed.
\' and.we are sure you canbe pleased here, ( sure price

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Porfirio Diaz,.wants it understood Mr. G B. Bryan, Jr., of T :
that he isn't ,coming back unless he ]registered at the San Juan 1
: h, WADE has to, and he hopes he won't have mpa\\

THE TUNER to. Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Smith, of \
ORLANDO. FLA. cago, are among the late Weduesday n J Tliurai s and Fray! J t t


Indiana, is in the city looking after Mr. Chas. D. Harris, of New York
,5r 'BUY AT HOME- his large property interests. city, was among the visitors to Or-

-' yesterday.Mr. .
Buy at home and try' at home Mr. and Mrs. William Lemon, of
To give the,town a show; Indiana, who'have been spending the M. T. LaHatte,' of Atlanta, YowelFsJust
Live at home and,give at home winter months at The Arcade, left representative of Dodson Printers'
And help the town to grow. Tuesday morning for Si Petersburg, I Supply Co., is spending today in Orlando -
Make. vnnr cot the nicest_ spot, .
J"n
That's under heaven's dome; Colonial Park has begun to rise. .

; Just buy' a bit brighten, it- J. F. Schumann began the building of Mr. Edward Hudnall, a former well-
Boy, and buy at home. the first dwelling yesterday and sev- known 'citizen of Orlando, but now
4 eral more will follow in rapid suc: making his headquarters in Boston,
; If,you'd like a town to strike cession.P. is spending today in Orlando. Think Of It!
i All comfort and content,

It'will be the town, you see, J. Wallack, Pennsylvania, is Among the transportation peoplein
In which your money's spent in'the city and has purchased a unm- Orlando were Mr. S. C. Boyl-

,U,)"ou'd'find the.finest kind, ber,of 'lots and will build several good ston, Jr., assistant general passenger -
New in French Silks Marquisette
Of town, you'needn't roam; cottages for rent. He is also con agent of the SA.. L, Spring goods
Just boost a bit-=and live in it sidering iT,good apartment house. and Mr. G M. Dickerson, traveling j
Bye-andJbye at home! passenger agent of the same road.
Voiles Silk Tissues Silk Organdie -
Mr. C. T. Embry, of Tampa, arrivedin ,
Not even dogs desire to roam- the city on the eight o'clock' train Mr. Eugene Hunt, who was seriously -
-. ,-They must hunt around and get a: Tuesday evening; and after keepinga injured a few days ago, is reported Soiree Mirage Moonlight Chiffon
:t dome business' (?) engagement, made his, as slowly improving. The accidentwas ,
w at midnight.! the result of a collision of the mo-
departure
Money,to loan on improved, property. torcycle he was riding with an'auto- Silk Foulards Spider Silk and just thousands -
's. Y. Way. The season has been most encouraging mobile that was standing in the curve ,
z to gardeners,and,truckers and l of a highway. The accident occurred
w Mr., Geo. .,A. DeCottes of Sanford, if this weather,continues'our:Yankee about five miles from Ft Lauderdale. I of other Springy goods in all the II
was in the city on business yesterday. cousins; who linger with: us.Untll the. ...
'win Florida water Mr. George C. Lautenschlager and -
to,the Sen :first of.'May enjoy family, who have a very pleasant :
Send your job printing melons. leading Spring shades dots stripes plaids
tinel office, All work,g araiteecL* -. home out at' Ivanhoe place are arranging ,
to start for their northern
, '- Mr.:and Mrs.E,McDowell of Ashta-
Mr.. N. H.* %,Fogg,''the busy man of bula, Ohio, who 'are winter residentsof home in a few days. The neighbors checks and floral designs.
will miss this fellow and
genial good
in the city
Altamonte Springs' was Orlando and have a beautiful sub-
1' are 'glad to know that his determin-
on business yesterday.Mrs. urban home, left for their northern
ation is to return next winter. :The These all three
home today. The Sentinel goes to are on cen-
Sentinel will visit him daily in the
Helen Wright is building two their.address. to keep them advised onOrlando's up
old Buckeye State. .
America
bungalows on -
attractive
movements. *
very street ter tables just at the time
The Pennsylvania Picnic will be
Mr. F A. Purdy, the crack fisher- ;
of Sanford held on Saturday, March 8th, at ,Rus-
A. K. Powers
Attorney transacting: business in Orlando man of the lake Ivanhoe district, sell's Amusement Park on Lake Ivan- we have got to buy.
was '
caught a two and a half pound speck-
"' hoe. As is well known this:is a basket
yesterday led trout yesterday and he says trout
affair and all Pennsylvanians in
;Tomatoes on-the East Coast today are so plentiful out there that,them you the vicinity ,and their friends are in Choice for the three days
club to
have to carry a keep will ,
in
dollar crate for vited. The ,committee charge
at
selling one per
are in the boat after
.
from jumping you.
fancies, f. o. b. Miami. be on the grounds at 10'o'clock a. m.
Dinner between 12 and 1 o'clock. ,
Orlando Fifteen people arrived in Orlando Music in the pavillion in the afternoon!
Have you tried the, new I
cigar, .H. H. P., Straight! Havana from Indianapolis to meet the pro- when dinner will be served in case of Wednesday, Thursday and Friday
Land & Invest-
and Florida wrapper, sold by all deal- prietors of the Florida rain. 'I
ment Company, of whom they had -
ers. -' bought land out near Apopka and Mr. C. B. Harrigle,"of South Dakota THE BIG WHITE STORE

,Mrs. and Mrs.'Mahlon Gore returned went out to take possession of it Oth- who is visiting Orlando for the ,
yesterday afternoon from'Daytona, er parties will arrive in a few days first time, is so well pleased with the

where they have spent several days from Minneapolis. : place that,he will purchase property
with friends. before returning and come back earlyin ON ORANGE AVE.
Money to loan on improved property. the fall to stay all winter Mr.
S. Y. Way. Harrigle is' an old friend of Mr. W.
Money, to loan on improved property. I
S. Y.Way S. Branch and Mr. Robertson. Dur- 1 :

WANTED-A good white cook, wash ing his absence, the Weekly Sentinelwill w.V"J..V.JIi"t.., \fN ......_- JA.t. ...t_
.Wednesday, March the 12th, is the' and iron. Good place to the right keep him posted on the happen, Go Where The Crowds Go ti

"Twelfth ,Night" at Lyman Gymnasium party. Address P.0. Box 299. ings in Orange county. i LUCERNE LIGHT THE

Rollins College Lovers of t M A Special Program Today
Shakespeare, reserve this date. FOR SALE or For Rent-House, five i William Slater, of Attleboro, Mass., "THE GIRL AND THE GAMBLER," I PATH TO
rooms and bath, 607 East Central was a caller at this office yesterday. A thrilling Western story, pore : PROSPERITY
John Ammann. P. B393.. commended the Sentinel for its
avenue. and
WANTED-CIean rap at thii of.III. ,' traying life and typical scenes of
t 7tpd. stand on the good roads question. Mr. the wild west ............Lubin
Slater said that he had been cowling "A HEROE'S REWARD," : Merchants who use Electric Signs never lose

to Florida for thirteen years,and A roar from start to finish if !: their way by choosing the wrong road to suet -

I always left from $500 to $600 in a you want to have a good hearty t cess. You simply cannot fail to' attract new
community and that if Florida had laugh, here's your chance, Kalem _
good roads where people could enjoy 1 customers if you use an Electric Sign. It acts
"KING COTTON, . ., .. . .
NO .IBtA their, automobiles the amount he -Industrial- don't let the children I like an irresistible magnet, drawing all the
10U ItAVt would spend each year in the community miss these educational I trade within its reach: That is the reason
would be from $1200 to $1500. features ..... Kalem.THOU .
And that there are hundreds of people SHALT N TKiiL." they command the attention of buyers.For .

What $25.OO ,in. Clothes moneycan .in the north who feel- the same way A powerful drama, portrayingthe

'do for you until you see the about itMoney mistake of justice, or a- woman Every Store Owner I
1 convicted of killing her husband ;1
. to loan on improved property; \
NEW SPRING MODELS ; 5. Y. Way. In her'on husband's circumstantial jealous evidence'rival's: No matter how small his business, the Electric -

Hart Schattner &, Marx i ., remorse, he confesses;of his,sin, \ Sign is the cheapest and most effective
4 GREEKS TAKE'PRISONERS.Athens ',thereby,her innocense,!proven, advertising.
You can ',excellent things at ft, '- 'bringing.to;:a cKaax.a sensational -
getsome very Phone for call and submit
March 6. The our Sign Designer to
Greece, ; ;
don'twant drama',which'must be seen tokaow 4 .
l less than $25--and at more; we : >
Turkish, fortress, of Janina was entered , ,.all j ........ -.Vitagraph-, ; a sketch. '
to limit ,you at 9''o'clock :this morning 'by ;.Urn:is"ft',.PNcRia of"-EuftleBee-., I .No,Trouble. to Us-No, Expense to You.,
three of:Greek .cavalry,, : 1" ".
The kind, of clothes youV nt squadrons ,DeBt."k 4 3 ,
The kind of service you'll like, under the command of General' Souse.." '; ,,MMiseee3:86to, ; ....5''foj P.- "'m._ ol -


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,:. 5W '. 5 the "Bonnie braes"'of Lake:EsUlle I ILives' ). received after 10 o'clock I-
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: *'t' 'Thie, column 1rl1I'be'devoted to the Western girlI love so well I midnight, will be run in the"Too Lateto '
the
.;-i-public 'who !chive kicks,'to nuke ,or Classify" column.
(.: Her ,form is, petite--noi tall, Boosters of five lines, 'or less-approximately
'
kick* coaxing And she wins the,heart of one and 30 monk-one time, 25 BUICK
"The Sentinel:permiti ,anybody who all f cents; three times 50 cents; one week

as wish to represent their, views''on any (six daily and one weekly editions. ) -
to' this olumn. $1.00; one month, $3.00. t -a ,
subject use With her bright and winsome face

"No,, 'articles" will be- -accepted, that'are And her'-manner full of grace FOR 'SALE-80 acres' of good"landthree
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:' 'J ot!:coached ,in proper language or miles west of Taft. 20 acres
full of melody sweet
that deals, in personal abuse or Her voice is ; cleared and in cultivation. Good The Car That Sells

I love'its. pleasant tones to greet buildings. Price $30 per acre. Ad-..
slander it;is to the
Otherwsie, open
i dress P. B., care Sentinel Bythe Car Load H
entire public But the Sentinel ,is
The soft brown hair loves to curl .

not,responsible for any thing that appears Around neck and brow of this dear FOR SALE-Good Horse, Carriageand
herein and all contributions 4 Harness. For work on, driv-

must be signed'by.responsible parties. And the girl hues of our southern skies :ing.ter Park. Apply, Fla to Wm. Halloway. Win-12t What a Buick Has Done For

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Are mirrored' her laughing eyes.
r TOO BUST. THE BEST LAKE FRONT lots in
Orlando are at Schumann Heights.I Others; a, Buick will Do for You

L ,Let others rave and te&r their hair Fate decreed, this girl, I should meet; have six for sale. Carl Jensen. .. ,

And grumble groan and sometimes swear I'm conquered vassal at her feet .
y AW the Uriff. I don't care. remain BUY a lot in Thornton Park, a nice ,
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If her side might ,
by ,
No rain advice I'm giving. suburb in east part of the city. Carl
Let often worry o'er the eli nb I'll return and plead my suit againA. i Jensen. :I Records for the past are the best promises for the future.

Of,prices'and call:it;a crime .
A : Ajt the beginning of the 1913 season there were 110,000
r But at for me. I haven't time. FOR SALE-40 acres of fine land in

I've,got to nuke.a living. Volasia County, near station and : Buicks on the road, and every one of the 110,000 Buicks has a
The Jacksonville Times-Union of fine lake; $500. Terms. J. B. McKay, \

Sunday : "The girls' basketballteam city. record.It .
says
', A COMMUNICATION FROM MR. C.

r "* E. HOWARD of the Duval High School return. FOUND-That the Sentinel reachesthe is nothing unusual to see a Buick which has run from

ed to Jacksonville last night, after people and is read. 25,000 up to 100,000 miles and even more. And you never hear

winning two victories, ',one from Pa-
March 6th 1913.
latka by a score of 27 to 21, and:the FOR SALE-New seven room house of a worn-out Buick.
To. Mr. Benedict, Seven rooms and bath. Modern in allrespects. .
other from St. Augustine, the score
And The Sentinel: Lot 75x200. Price ,$2850. ,
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Gentlement 'My attention has being 25 to ,9.COMMITTEE. Terms. Address owner, care Sentinel "I started out in my model 17 Buick in six inches of snow
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: -. on, the morning of February 3rd to post some sale bills.. I
been called. to a letter from Mr. Bene- FOR SALE-5%acres with five-room
diet to the Sentinel in\which he says TO MEET house on railroad only few hundred I covered 94-4 miles over roads nobody else had traveled since

the Sentinel failed'to publish the "So- There will be a meeting of the Orange feet from stopping! place. Plenty of ( the snow, and wasin, high every minute, up hill included. P

called:report of the Secretary of the County Democratic Executive shade twelve and bearing small orange shrubbery.trees,Ten pears to left my motor running all the time I was posting, and used 9/

Board of Trader, saying it, "belongsto Committee, in Orlando; Saturday, Mar. and other small fruits.iOOQ hunting i
gallons of gasoline for the trip.
the public," and ants, to know 22nd, 1913, in the Court House at and fishing, and especially suitedto .

for the of recommending those who come to Florida for the
hy. 10:30 o'clock purpose i
I winter and like the country life with "I have watched several,other makes of cars in the past
Howard files what he to the Governor for
"Mr.: appointment -
He says Solicitorof easy access to town. J. P. Perkins, two years, and every time I have seen a Buick, it has always
I calls a financial report which meansnothing I some person, for, I Orlando, ,Fla. General Delivery.
i and wants it itemized for the the"Criminal Court of Record and been'doing the work. When a Buick has gone 30,400 miles and

public." transacting: any, other business which FOR dence.SALE-New Bargain if taken seven before room March resi- still seems as good as new, it is quite enough to convince me

t 'The Sentinel replies that it did not may come before it 1st. E. Et Gore, 11 Gore, Ave. 2-18-6t that Buicks are built the way they ought to be built." '

-. '\ the "so-called report" because B. C. ABERNETHY,
publish
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J. H. GARBER Portland Kansas.
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OAK HILL is the beautiful subdivision
the Secretary' did not favor it with Chairman. ;; :
to the Northeast of the city andI
'! ,a copy, and agrees with Mr. Benedict's JOSIAH FERRIS, still have some choice IoU there. The Famous BuicK Overhead
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f position that "the public wants to Carl Jensen.

,? know." WANTED-Man and wife to take Valve Motor is guaranteed to, have more, power and more speed
..! As to, Mr. Benedict He is not a .
,0IIbC' r:: .. U ". '" charge of place for one year on than any other type of motor on the market. It will pull
r ,member of the Board ,of Trade, and O'aaoaty cOr owa:: .' shares. Good grove and land suitableto '

:.': tT < F though he may be of the public, he ] >7..1-.. .:. w eE= raise 'crops. Write or call in per stronger on low grade gasoline than any other type, of motor

. is in' a' class by himself. The Secretary hiI < 0 . .., II 8 0'..".. = .:.s.. son., Mrs. S. M. Blanchard, Alta-' ever built and the fuel consumption is less.
..J- monte Springs, Fla.
is the officer of a body of men tf "Cogoe ErnOIlOa
: =. C < ROADSTERS AND TOURING CARS, $950 TO $1650, F. 0. B.
working under a constitution which w m .. a .dz ROUEN DUCK EGGS for sale. Ap-

; : calls, for certain duties and he performs eJb..5j.. .. \j w ... to) ply Box 705, City.A ORLANDO. Catalogue on Request.

$k tp them nd is responsible to that .; oe O. ... -'" .. z
wants work.
good
:'1 body alone. Any member,is at liberty Ooe".g.1I.r: : ao II.o..W. Screen work carpenter a specialty. General

,:. i' to look over the books and the, public 111 t.:. .r:. : w repair work done with neatness and

,is.mo'st.-Cheerfully received and every is,.. =..,.1ria ders dispatch.at Sentinel.Give me a trial. Leave or- Cook Automobile Co.

t ; information 'given. :1.0 t' :; -; ,
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In making the report of the Secretary = bhait I HAVE A NEW HOUSE'for sale on .
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stated that he was receiving ZAS.- .: Hillcrest Ave. near Magnolia. This Orlando Floridamnsisuuuuuunuuuuuunuuuuunurn
,rj .ao4eG" .. -rn is section of the ,
city that is
a rapidly
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money op ,to,the time of making the 3. ,' q m law,
building up-with fine homes and is one
gpO
F 'report, having collected over a hundred ( I zit. : = of the best locations in Orlando.

dollars that evening and would n < = .. -3i. f I House has eight rooms and bath, and :
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.pass over. to the Executive Committee .: t S 0: six large' closets, covered porch in t ,, ,
t as :! ,. rear. Sidewalk on street and to rear .I.
,a detailed report, as required by the Cd
W J ':':1 EE4 door. .Electric fixtures throughout

constitution. The Board passedon it O .I:: .i 0 e.- ..' : Street clayed. Lot 72 x 150. Will SIGN PAINTINGJack
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and it was referred to the Executive .en"< "- : ...0 :: t sell 'on accommodating terms. Call Preston will paint your "
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t Committee,under the rules.where it ;. .-i -' 3l for Chauncey key at HoltWANTED 601 Magnolia avenue' I sign on short notice. Good work.

.. wilt: be properly audited nth the M3n : No. '10'Washington, street U-6t ORLANDO

fl books.and vouchers. : jg -To rent 3 or 4 unfurnished __ _

As to the Sentinel: 'If 'the'paper O 'I2 "- .... .. c-.. rooms with bath; for housekeepng e t t 1 t, t t 1 1 S t tt
puai- 0 ; or small cottage, near postoffice. '
e' had gone ,to. the trouble to have a -:1 = .1-: t BUSINESS COLLEGE
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Would lease for
rtJ.r. :: u8. =.r:: summer or a year if '
k representative, at 'the;annual meeting I C < :a ua: 1: tE041 can find satisfactory place. Man and S TEN PER CENT OFF
," ', B : t =. wEB wife No children. Address .On '
a it would have had the report as the only. Sentinel t '

R Porter-Star' did., .Kindly let-the Orlando. Iw. WAISTS, DRESS MATERIALS '
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T' responsibility; '':for. want of, enterpriserest THE SENTINEL reaches the people LACES, EMBROIDER. '

it belongs. Make known your wants throughthis S IES, NECKWEAR AND HOS MODERN COURSES IN

c.,E..'HOWARD, , column. S IERYHandkerchief 1

'" -.Sec;: Board of Trade. FOR SALE-Fogis Altamonte Golden 1 Specials, Single and Double Entry Bookkeeping. Cor

Another attack of'acute indigestion. lo- ry1arian'sOriental Yams. Apply to or address N. 1. Ready-to-Wear and Panama poration Bookkeeping Banking, ,Shorthand,
,
'I H. Fogg, & Co., Oak Knoll, Altamonte 1 Hats '

t'i, a An Store Springs, Florida. S MISSES HAMILTON ft Typewriting, Penmanship, Commercial Law,

1); 1. ANSWERED. 1 DUNN and all
Commercial Arithmetic Spelling
"" FOR SALE Pure Bred Duroc '
.' Jersey '

r-.'i' In,this day of,: the County Division Latest Designs and Patterns Red Pigs. Price $5.00, six weeks' !C'S Orlando, Florida Branches of Civil Service.
in Oriental Goods old. Apply to or address N. H- Fogg
,: agitation ',the,Turkish-Balkan strife & Co., Oak Noll, Altamonte Springs, I la la 1 .

\ and'the bitter, terror ,'of Mexico we 'Expert'TalIoriDg for Honda. 2t
!,' Ladles DAY AND NIGHT CLASSES
and Gentlemen
;, have''faced many vexing' questions, -

r 'but (we were rather staggered with Progress Laundry for FOR SALE-THREE GOOD DRY LOTS
IN' GOOQ WHITE NEIGHBORHOOD OF Experienced Teachers in Charge. Diplomas
Folks Only
the query of fa ,correspondent desiring White
ORLANDO, WELL BUILT UP ONLY $150 WELCOME TO'
to: know ,how much, wood would Cor. Church and Court Sts. EACH FOR QUICK SALE. $10.00 CASH Granted and Positions Secured for Gradu

:Vwoodchuck: chop, if a woodchuck AND FIVE DOLLARS PER MONTH OR ates.

',4 would. chop wood? We have about LIBERAL DISCOUNT FOR CASH. ONLY RIVAL PAlM
HAVE FEW DAYS. V. M. MORGAN'ATWILLOLA
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concluded that the volume would be ------ Patronize Home, Institutions.For .
't HOUSE.
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: 'f' -the/ ame, as the dew the dewdrops BARBER SHOP

t drop,when the'dew-drops do drop dew. W.A. Slaughter. .G.G.Wright. FOR SALE-FIFTEEN THOUSAND DOL-

. A.D. LARS OF EIGHT PER CENT PAPER SE- Modern and Complete. Prices and Terms call on or address:
WrightTHE CURED BY FIRST LIEN ON ORLANDO
,
j WEALTH IN STUMPS I REAL ESTATE. IN SUMS OF ONE HUN. Everything new, individual

: Turpentine operators of the, state SLAUTER MFG. CO.. DEEP DOLLARS AND OVER. IF YOU electric attachments at every

; are talking enthusiasticall ut the Manifold Soil Pipe HAVE SOME' IDLE MONEY SEE ME AT chair. No stone has been left Orlando[ Bllsess College ll
t Special i
WILLOLA. HOTEL EVENINGS FOR FEW
_?r. new process to extranet rosin and turpentine unturned to make this shop
Fittings. DAYS ONLY. V.. M. MORGAN. tf
",1' from tree stumps One of and Shipping Point: -- ----'- meet th erequirements of ,the ,
Foundry --- -- ---- --- '-'-
-'t these operators is quoted,by the Jacksonville NOTICEIn most particular. Plenty of PIONE 597
Orlando, Fla. TIID, neel
f. Metropolis. that the ----- 'room. Courteous attendants.

process will,be the biggest thing that andChattanooga CSrcait,Cwrt, Seventh JadiciaH Circuit, BUILDING ORLANDO FLA
Tenn. Orange County Florida. ELIJAH WHITEHEAD, HAND ,
ever happened for Florida. John T. Hendricks. .
_ vs., Bill to remove cloud and Proprietor
3 Not only will the utilization of : quiet .n.Co;. ,
I John A: Graham Henry F. Orange Ave, - Orlando, Fla. .
i waste wood, says this operator, mean Graham' Frederick C. Hubbell -
millions to the state, but real estate NOTICE 'OF SHERIFFS SALE >Jnlia A.' Porter Hubbell I : - ----
in her own right as Executrix
values will be vastly increaesd when Notice fa hereby given'that' under and by of the estate of Lester T. Hubbell -
virtue of the wilt of Fieri Fades,issued out deceased,' and as Guardianof
land which has been lying idle for of and under the Seal of I the Circuit Courtof Porter T. Hubbell and Marion
has been cleared of stumps. the Seventh Judicial Circuit of the Stateof Hubbell, minor children of I
;. years, Florida in and for Orange County tested Lester T. Hubbell deceased
'This process is not a chemical or the 8th day of February A. D.' 1813 in a and Porter T.' Hubbell and The Little Tea Room
certain cause therein pending wherein Tampa Marion Hubbell minors.
fi .4 experimental one, for there is a big Fertilizer Company, a corporation organized It appears from the affidavit of J. H. Jones
and existing under the laws of the State of herein duly filed, that the following defendants THE OAKlANDTOE
at Brunswick Ga. which has
plant' Florida is plaintiff and H. Lake Smith b are non residents of the state of Florida 105 E. Pine Street, Orlando, Fla.
_ been ',actually extracting: rosin from defendant, the undersigned Sheriff of Orange. and their names and addresses are as follows:
County, Florida hat levied upon as the property Henry F. Graham Savannah Ga.: Frederick
=.iy stumps,'at.the rate of 500 barrels a I of the said defendant and will on Mondaythe C. Hubbell. Montgomery Ala.; Julia A. Por- -
7th day of April. A. D. 191). the same ter Hubbell, Houston. Tex.: and Marion Hubbell -
day. This company turns out $1,500- I being the first Monday in said month and Houston. Texas: Porter T. Hubbell, Houston CAR "AN EXCLUSIVE SHOP FOR LADIES"ART
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s' 060,worth of rosin a year, which, otherwise the Rule,Day of our said Court, within the Texas. There Is no person in the state _
legal hours of sale at and in front of the of Florida service of subpoena upon whom BAZAAR AND WOMEN'S' EXCHANGE FINE
d would never be produced.:The I court house door in the City of Orlando would bind said defendants or either of them TRATEVDtmmyIS'TAIIIG.
t Florida expose for sale and sell to the highest that said defendants are over the age, of ,HAND WORK. EMBROIDERIES, STAMPED
company also derives about $1,000,000t I and best bidder for cash the following described twentyone"years' except Porter T. Hubbell and
t additional from! 'turpentine distilled 1 land and all 'right, title and interest Marion Hubbell, and affiant believes they are GOODS. ORDERS TAKEN FOR HOME-
which the said defendant had therein and minors and under the age of 21 yean. CANDIES JELLIES.
from the stumps., Besides, there is thereto on the Slat day of October J.. D.! You are therefore ordered to appear to this ,MADE.CAKES,. ,
1912 the same being the date of the levying Bill on Monday the 7th day of April 191, the. ALSO CUT FLOWERS
at' much pulp material found in, the of the writ of attachment thereon in said same being a role day of this Court. Mtfr
lying and being in the ( It is further ordered that this notice be pub
rosin and Flora
stumps.after the : turpentine Sanford County of .Orange and State of lished for four consecutive weeks in the South DAINT YREFRESHMENTS SERVED TO ORDER
have been extracted. Ida, to-wit: Florida Sentinel a newspaper published in ASK FM KMMSTUTMNMAGRUDEI,
Beginning 1110 chains west of the intersection Orlando Florida. ,
Similar plants ,ae sure to be established of the eastern boundary line of Section Witness my hand and official teal this - Agency,for
.. 27, Township 19, South of Range M East March S, '191$. ..
In Florida and all these acres of with the north side of Saint Gertrude Avenue ,(SEAL) B. SP1tELLA.OORSE'l'S
clerkHCircuit 8z
millions of them will be running,thence west 5 chains, thence north Court :
; pro-
,
stumpS 10 chains thence East ( chains, thence tooth By M. A. HOWARD,D C., '
$ dicing 'a ,valuable, product and in- 10 chains to the point of beginning to satisfy JONES A JONES, :, { )MRS. 'VAN, BUSKIRK, ComUere.
itid execution and : .
c Mare Sols for .Complainant1 ,,' '. "
:'v> reMklt -the commercial importance Dated thk 6th .day of !, A. D. HI*. . -

.of,tM sUte,.-Tampa ,Tn"bune.p . Sheriff, of J.Orange A. ORKWOOD County, .Florida, WANTED-Clean rags at ,this ode I' " 'i.t- -.f l,' -. ,',..-" . ,,," -, '- ,- "

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;COMMISSIONERSPROCEEDINGS 'I IIIIIIII lllllillilllm: :" MIIIIIIIIIMMM9M*
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,Tuesday, March 4', ,1913.Board .
,met. Present Chairman '
RECEIVED
JUST
j. Qverstreet, Commissioners Woodruff', 4 I
:DilIm"Brown and Eldredge. OF CLEANLINESS .. THE MARKET
, C J(1Ji.s of the last meeting were THE MARc "" I
':;" 4. OF QUALITY
J read, approved and signed. ,. ., ., : .
Following bonds'to fire-arms
carry < :, "" i
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were 'approved, and licenses ordered My Spring line, of Men and "

;. issued: ,t4
:James ,K. Lane, 'revolver, sureties, Boys Straw Hats in all the-

T. 1.Lane Jr,, M. B. Lane. line
newest shapes. Nice of
A. S. Eldredge, sureties D- B. Stew.

' art;; and A. J. ,Lovell, Panamas for $5. My spring LEND : IJS YOUR EAR

I' J Strozier, W. Dickerson and L. W., rifle Tilden., sureties G. J. Trouser line is now completein

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Following bonds as Notaries Public all new shades.
were approved:' .

'Edward G. Hauslet, sureties.,'S. Y.
Way and Chas P. Dow
; YOUR PATRONAGE HAS ENABLED US TO MAKE GREAT ,
H. A. sureties W. L.Niver' .
Breinig, ,:
STRIDES IN ESTABLISHING IN ORLANDO
and S. B..Hill. Clark Robertson
.A. H. Stafford, sureties, J. C. Palmer -
\ and R. E. Kline.B. .

;, ..W. Spire, sureties, H- A. Shreve THE PERFECT MARKET -
and R. M. Carroll Successor to Jerome Palmer & Co.LETJIW .

A. Beaudaire Robinson, sureties,
C. W. ,Smith and, Samuel A. Robin-

VISIT US AND NOTE THE ABSOLUTELY SANITARY VI V
son..v. S. Starbuck, sureties, Jas. A.. IIIMimiMMmilimiMMIillllllMIIIMIilll METHODS WHICH GOVERN OUR HAUDLING OF
Knox and C. Campbell,

=Bond. of J. E. deVedig as Justice
of the Peace, with John Kleinect and DO IT

N'; J. Merck as'sureties, approved. Best Meats Poultry and Game
:Petition. of W. H. Robinson, Carl ,
,.Jansen ,et al:to repair road from W, If you have property to sell 4

:L ;.Oolive's: place running south to Satisfactory Accurate ServiceOUR
'Lake County received and upon motion Let Jim do it. ,

Letter petition: from was H.granted.W. Metcalf in refer.. If '.you 'want.to buy

ence to public road from. Winter Gard. Let Jim do it. DELIYERY-PROMPT AND RAPID-MEANS YOUR
en to county road between Gotha and PURCHASES DELIVERED WHEN YOU WANT THEM.

; posed win l rmere'until Superintendent received and read.of 'Roads Post-' City and, Country Properties, Farm r f Y. "}

) and- Bridges'is' present. Clerk instructed Lands Groves and Tracts '" <

to answerCommunications .. | Look : Over this List of Specialties : -
: from the South LOOK AT THESE BARGAINS :

:Florida.Sentinel, Orange County Citizen Twenty acres,'10,acres of which is in bearing orange
V 'and Reporter-Star in reference, to grove, and balance of 10 acres in timber land, five-room PERFECTION ALL-PORK SAUSAGE CHOICE GRAIN FED POULTRYALL
publishing the. Delinquent Tax List cottage, located three miles from city, price $3,000.00. VARIETIES OF CHOICE MEATS CHOICE DUCKS AND GOSLINGS

for, 1912 received; upon motion the Twenty-five acres, 10 .acres of bearing grove, 600 SELECT OYSTERS. ,FRESH FISH
i :Reporter-Star was selected -to pub. trees, five-room house and barn, located on lake front,
'lish I said list. ,four miles ,from city, price $4,000.00.
Petition of .Overstre i Crate Co., Thirty_acres,., 15 acres in grove, 1000 trees, 15 acres r f-
of fine farm and vegetable land located on lake front, S
'Peter
Keen, et al to make the road Parlor MarketH.
.now in use between Winter Garden four and half miles from city, price $5,000.00.
i and Kissimmee a public road received Forty,acres of virgin pine'timber land of fine fruit and
.
and read and laid over,under the rules. vegetable land fronting on Lake Conway, four miles from
city, price $2,000.00.Twenty .
In,the matter of changing the route .
; cf"the'TOaf.from Merrimac to ,Plymouth :acres of lake front land near city suitable for

near.'Mr. J/C.,Stewart's..resi sub-division. Price 380000.
dence the 'subject matter,.was' Forty-five: acres, five acres in bearing orange grove, .
to. Commissioner upon ,small house and barn, located at Conway, five miles from
; motion, referred ,
'Eldredge with: power to act I city* price $1,500.00.: No. 18 20 East Pine Street. .- ... PHONE NO. 80 I ItilOIIMIIIIIHHIIHHIHHIMIMIMIIIIIIHIMIIHIIiltiM ..
t Mr. Smith bf 'BrevardCounty Five: acres with cottage near city, price $1,500.00 . u "
Klingan' ,' Three and one-half: acres with' twelve-room house located ,
\ ; Messrs W. M. Smith and Jas. I i
\ near city, price $1,5(0.00. '
:L Giles appeared before the Board in
Twenty acres with bearing grove. of 300 trees, small
reference,to.establishing a road from "
\ house and barn, price $2,800.00 K
Chulnota to
Brevardcounty'via connect
with'the hard, surfaced roads of J. L. milfORDOFFICE. OVER, ORANGEMVENUEIMIIIMMMIIIIMMIMMMMMMMMIimMMMMM BLUE\DRUG t Mil
Orange County; referred to Commissioner "
-Brown and Messrs. Giles and
M. :M.smith/ to'report at next meetings

So W. Matchett, Trustee of Specialehpplrklistrictappeared
before theY iOBAi11RUSTMPAkP

Board in the matter of. complyingwith I .

< a .resolution heretofore passed THE NBW CASH STORE
by\the Board at the December 1912

meeting of the 'Board, viz. Signing Capital and Surplus and Undivided Profits $120,000.00.. .
'five notes aggregating $1800 for benefit
:of'said_special,School District. ,Cor. South and Hughey Sts. Total Resources over Tkree- aarters of a Miiion.m .
.
The Superintendent of Roads andBridges

was instructed' to receive bids WE BUY FOR CASH AND SELL FOR CASH. WE Report of the Condition of Orlando

for filling' in the' bay head on the KEEP OUR EXPENSES DOWN AND CONSEQUENTLY '' .- Bank and Trust Coy Condensed

road leading west from'Orange Center CAN KEEP OUR PRICES DOWN ., From Report to Comptroll
a distance! of. five-eights .miler ?
,, er Feb. 4,1913RESOURCES
that ; .
Upon motion it was ordered Our Prone No.is a
a t-apfi
'the Board contribute annually $50.00 y .

each to the Associated Charities of And an Order will Have Prompt Attention, and will. be rf = Loans and Discounts .....$393,161.05 '
Orlando and Sanford. Delivered to Any Part of the City. t-? Overdarfta .............. 193. 3
Report of J, P. Cawood, as Inspect. Stocks and Bonds ....... 26018.33
or of Licenses received and turned D.. B. RAYBON,* Proprietor ORLANDO, FLA.Insurance. 51j ie Real Estate, Furniture and "

over to the Tax Collector *.. ; ,Fixtures ... ........... 25,853.44
The report;of the Black,Hammock Cash on hand and in Banks 215,08183
Drainage: business deferred until next '
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meeting.Bid 660311.18
of W. F. Hanson to build bridgeover LIABILITIES
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run on road between Black Lake .. Capital Stock .....,.....100000.00 :,
and Johns Lake for $200 received; Surplus and Undivided

upon motion bid,was accepted., t Profits ... ........... 22,832.33 ;!

The hour heretofore appointed for Deposits ... ............. 537,418.85
selling Bonds for paving certain roads Best ..
Companies
,
in.Road and Bridge District No. 1 of \ $660,31148 1

Orange county, Florida, having ar. IJowest\llates F '
attention
We invite the V
rived, the .Board announced ready to of our customers
receive bids. The bonds were offeredat Honest Losses Promptly ,and friends to our statement
,. '. above and wish to assure them that i,
auction and after receiving several .
bids, the bonds were awarded Adjusted and Paid V ; $ ii we appreciate their patronage and
j ask for a continuance of .
lime.Dont
making
to Mayor, Deeps & Walter, they V
the best bid 'for. the same, being forget that our deposits are
insured. ..5
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par with accrued interest and a premium 1 '
of $125.00 S T. Wy V A cordial Invitation is extended to I
visitors in our city to call and open
of Officers
ceived Reports, read and County filed- were J'e-I' (Me Stales GeverasKsl,State sad forty .......,,. an account with us. t '


Warrants funds ordered for the drawn expenses on the, of different the-! Phone 172. 23 ,South Orange Ave. '= L_.r.' .. '0' o :.1....,,.I .L

i month of ,February. V "3 ., '4i .....;,., .) ': 'T'l". ) t 'ft TI. .
There being further business the!

Board adjourned to meet at the call i tlMMIIMIMIMimiMI "
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of the Chairman. \ .. J. a McKAY t
UNDERTAKER ARMSTRONG ,
, IF Irs ANYTEING.INtV '
't; :OsC arhandkMlss CONTRACTOR AND
Pal atka's new chemical auto fire en. The ARTISTIC PICTURE.FRAMER'of Orlando "Y .DRUGS, PRONE'FDeL&NEY BUILDER. -
gine has been given a succesafultry1; ";. : ( Superintend All Work. '

out and has been accepted by the city PIN &TRRGT_ : !, ,:*: ."_' Ii'T ,,_, .. , I'n' DRUG Prices That Are an
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council. An- experienced( ;driver; and .' '. III,Jto': z, *.. ) Inducement.All .
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attendant will be employed to take .tL. .
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charge the, a ,, .L LUll' o ;:'1 "" '<4"1.7"
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NOTICE, SANITARY .' : = / {1,". :QUICKDELIYERY. : ;.'. ,When you get:tErough reading.th'. ,9
r I+ Sentinel, ,mail .1*' sortie Mend'
meeting $ : to oit.aequalntance .
.An Epwotth U&gue.business ; SOIL PJ )ft CONNECTION; < ;: {'JV tl M B'ing.
and .social will 'be, held jn the ; J "+ !' -" -" ; JJ' ;; '..At'..a'.disfemce.. Very ofEteu't6le .-:.
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} with the leading.athletic stars of the I
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country give assurance of the great .
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notable meet that has been held in this :, oS
: ,:SOCIETY; ,NOTES city for many years. :'," ' ;: q;, ; .. ,," '. : ....It .:'..- ;

: The prizes that, will be awardedare
T 1iis if Interest to WilleD much finer than usual, more beau- "
tiful in of '-'," '. ..
intrinsic
design and greater ., if ; 4 '
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nuraoMi NU10BI1_ B-80aETT HDITOBJtoUcMt value. :.. '
;( Met N.... M Nufer. Ut The contest for the club point trophy '' ;' .
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is expected to be one of the hardest : 4 : 1
WBCUL J OTIC&-N tIea for tbt' Social and Woman's Department can U t ,
battles of the The
eo.moniattd to the Society Editor to either of the above telephone MaD fought meet
:aka Botfcw to the Society Editor.care Sentinel Notices of social functions competitors for this much desired em-
chb fithm cboreb fithrrinff tad other. items of social interest should be blem of athletic supmeracy will be )
tdephoned. to this .department. at'soon as they!(occur In.order that their news the teams of the New York A. C.-the .
value be not taapalred.Dft '

c. r Uriah which England who is American headed is contingent the by A.Captain National C. from,and Tom the Boston New Hal-, l 1913 NE[W STYLE T l[ N1CftES l[

now
: ND-MI&; EDWARDS ENTER PLUM SEEKERS FIND NO FRUIT. pin Quarter-
t; TAIN mile champion, but who is expected to ,
March 6. Offiwieeken hang up a world's record during the
A delightful and beautifully af. Washington, -
,tinged dinner, part took'place .Tuei- discovered that the "political plum present meet.
'day wnlng at the homo of Doctor tree" of 1913 bore little fruit, having In speaking of tomorrow night's INDIAN HEAD ON ONE SIDE
and Mri. Gaston H. Edwards on South suffered from tho blight of extended meet, Secretary James E. Sullivan, of BUFFALO FIGURE ON OTHER "

Ortngt avenue civil service rules and the added requlsiU the A. A. U., expressed the ojlnlon '. SIDE ., .,
The house hid been midi unusually of familiarity with the condl that it would prove to be the most "!-t. THE LATEST COIN ISSUED BY }

ttoctivt by the UM of quantities of Lions existing In rov.rnmondopari.* brilliant affair of its kind ever held .., THE GOVERNMENT .'..
autartitmi, and a bowl of these menti. Consequently scores of dliap- in New York. "" < .., \
bright blossoms,, formed the ccnUr- pointed'' job hunters are cqollng their "Why shouldn't it, bet" he asked. '. .. GIVEN IN CHANGE, OR EX.
pta for the dining ,table, which boro heels in the hotels of the capital and "Nearly every man entered in this : CHANGED FOR THE OLD
dainty place cards inscribed with tho bemoaning their fate. meet is a star champion, or at least STYLE I ,
MIMI of Mr. and Mrs Gerrltt P. To these unfortunates who expected is made of championship material.
Judd, Mr. and Mrs Beth Woodruff, to profit personally through the In- They are all ambitious to excel In
Kin Anna Folk, Mn Edward, and coming administration, President Wil. fact, I think they are most the am.
Dr. and Mr* G. H. Edward. son's statement of yesterday came asa bitious athletes in the world today.
further shock. The President's de For the most part they are young, Ills a pleasure to serve yow every requirement
MRS SHERMAN HOSTESS FOR .termination 'not to office-seekers mere youths, with lithe bodies and
THE BEAU-NQT CLUB unless he sends for them, virtually keen minds. In short our American .
closed the main avenue to the goal of atlhletes, in my opinion, are the most .

SeVeral members-and several guests official position. ideal since the I will days be of the much Greek IE[ PEOPLES[ NATIONAL l BANK "
of the.B u.Not Club were pleasantly Afurther complication is found in Olympiad. very surprised ,
if several world's records
entertained Tuesday afternoon by the fact that the heads of the various are t
liraW..'C, Sherman, at her home on departments, being new in their posi not broken tomorrow night"Some i
Sooth Main Street' tions, are evincing no haste in making i' of the more celebrated athletes "The Progressive BuT Your accoaat solicited
: The highest score in the exciting changes in the staffs over which they [ who are here to make the effortof 1
games of progressive "Five Hundred"was preside. thir careers and who add lustre to \ f

made by Mrs. Cornelius Van Routes this great meet are Drew, the wonderful .." '
GREEK DIPLOMATS REJOICE. colored Meyer, '
who was substituting for Mrs.I sprinter Lippincott tIt
. Sherman, and ,winning for the latter London, March 6.-There was great and Rice, who will compete in the t

the'privilege of :wearing, the club pin rejoicing in Greek diplomatic circles I 75-yard dash; the famous Ted Mere- r .. .
_: until the next meeting. today over'the fall of 'the important dith, and the equally famous Mel :-', ..- t
Those present were Misses' McCormick Turkish stronghold of Janina, which Sheppard, together with Caldwell and t.'

; and Mesdames Abernehty, Law- had hitherto offered stern resistanceto Davenport, who entered, in the 600- .

F ton, .Carmack, Richard,.. Temple and the Greek attack. yard run; Halpni, Lindberg, Merrihewand '
Van Houten. The success of their army daces Rosenberger in the 300-yard run; .
Greece in a much stronger position to the great Abel Kiviat, the Olympic .iI
WILSON CABINET PROMPT. deal with Bulgaria when the time champion, the renowned John Paul
comes for the division of the spoilsof Jones, together with Taber and Hed- /

Washington, March President war. lund, in the 1,000-yard run; and that
,, Wilson's'Cabinet today broke some of: brilliant trio of middle distance runners !
the records established by Mr. Taft's GENERAL WOOD RETAINED. Krame R. Scott and Smith, will "
official family. The Taft advisors Washington, D. C., Mach 6.-Secretary compete in the two-mile run against
Garrison today instructed Major. that Finnish whirlwind, Hannes
1 ,usually reached the White House ,of.
Aces much after 11 o'clock, the hour General Leonard Wood to continue, Kolehmainem. In the 70-yard high.
aet for :the meeting. All Mr. WO under his original designation as chief hurdles such stars will compete as
son's Cabinet were in the offices withina of staff of the army ,until further or- Nicholson, Wendell and ,Eller, while
few. :'minutes of the' meeting hour, dersThe purpose of Secretary Garrison's among those entered for the running
ready. to sit for a dozen photographers action was to enable President high jump are Alma Richards, the CROUS 'CROS
Utah wonder, who won the high jump
' :and. several moving picture men- Wilson to have time fully to consider
Secretary Bryan was'again the center the question of a permanent designs at Stockholm. Erickson, Barwise and
''of interest, when he entered the tion. Johnstone. In the 24-pound shot put
executive offices. He had a hard time the star; entries are McDonald, the
getting ,through the 'crowd, and was AMATEUR ATHLETIC MEET reputable New York policeman, "Bud"
stopped several times to''be introduced Whitney, the Dartmouth star, who has
by.Senators' or Congressmen to their New York, March 6th.-The Amateur ., won laurels* on the gridiron as well as Are jamming and packing
constituents. Athletic, Union Championshipwill I in the shot put, and Russell Beatty, our
be held at Madison Square Garden another intercollegiate champion and
Several'women were in the waiting
:room,' and began to.clap their hands to-night. This will doubtless i record holder in the 16-pound shot put store, now taking advantage of the: jOur
and: sing out, '"Oh, there's Bryan!" prove to be the most important athletic -. In the 65-pound weight for height the --"r A' -

:i" :when the Secretary entered at a rapid field and track meet of the year, leading competitors will be McGrath, Shoe (Sacrifice shown by
great as
walk doffed his broad-brimmed hat, The best amateur athletes in Americain another New York policeman, who has
's &l smiled a morning greeting. their respective departments art i won honors at Stockholm, Ryan'and
entered in the competitions and a record .. Sherman. Those wonderful Adams

DIAZ STILL IN EGYPT. crowd is expected to turn out to I brothers, Platt and Penn, together
see a number of records smashed. with.Leo Geohring, are among the entries -
-
'
; Cairo, Egypt March .-Porfirio One of the features of the present t; in the o standing high and broad Red Tag Prices
'DIM today.received, a passing appeal meet will be the presence of a host ol I jumps. Mars Wright, Babcock andy IThe
M from Hnerta 'to. return to Mexico as collge athletes who have been sent b Dukes, will 'contest in the?pole vault
soon, as possible. Former dictator their respective institutions as a sort, for distance and the two-mifJ walk
7 .made.the same reply to :this requestas of try-out preliminary to the intercollegiate will be fought out chiefly betwt sn I

bus'previous one. He has not yet meets. Gifford, Plant, Voelimecke and Fitz-
'.., t announeed any reason for refusing These numerous entries together patrick. 1 II ntire'Stock of Shoes marked I
.; return to his native country, but to
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those'who are familiar with the situation 4

'.admitted the: :real today reason the ,is present apparent situation Diaz I.. down to the Limit of Reduction for l lt

,was very grave, chiefly owing to
the',empty treasury. He will' leave
here next Monday for, Europe, where A Large Assorting of QUICK STOCK REDUCTION
., he will endeavor to negotiate with
European bankers for a national loan ;

|um of 1000000., The stock must be reduced $10-
11 :I. New
and Sum
' 8 c Spring
,'- WILL' RETURN HOME. t1er[ Uns 000.00 in two weeks. Our BED TAd

Mr. Clarence Thorp, who has been .. '
managing the ,Grand for Colonel T.
. J. Watkins, will resign that' position embracing the favored SALE PRICES will meet that end.
- tomorrow and return to his home at most :
Clinton, HI Mr. Thorp has proven avery
competent and courteous gentle- weaves, has 'jt wed from our
man and has been a very satisfactory Nothing reserved.
this opportunity.
manager of the Grand, and his friends Dont mjss

. i nthis Mr. Watkins city will wish has secured him well a man Chicago"4i.ilt ors, Shoes for everybody. Join the crowd to-day for your

for his plac ewho is well qualified for.theposition values at i
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