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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 8, 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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"VOLUME ONE ,s ORLANDO, FLORIDA, SATURDAY, MARCH 8TH, 1913. 'It NUMBER 23

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;' FIGHTING ,ON THE MEXICAN STARTED FROM EXPLOSION OF :MANY CELEBRITIES HERE FOR CONGRESS WAYS AND MEANS LET US GET TOGETHER AS TWENTY-FIVE OTHERS INJURED

': BORDER LIKELY TO BE RESUMEDATANYTIME. NATURAL GAS- 'LOSS ESTIMATED THE NEXT FIVE DAYS' SES- COMMITTEE OPENS UP WITHA BOOSTERS AND MAKE I AS BARGE ALONGSIDE EXG-

AT HALF SION TO BE, IN THE MEETING TODAY. THE CHAUTAUQUA LISH STEAMERALUM n

MILLION. LUCERNE THEATRE. Special to the SentinelWashington A SUCCESS. CHINE" EXPLODES :
f Special. to The. Sentinel D. C.., March 7.-The
7: 'Washington- ,- D. (X, March, 7.-The Special to.The Sentinel Those,people who have been follow- Democratic house leaders, have decided Citizens of Orlando, you have only Special to the Sentinel. '

', troops on! the'Mexican'r border will bemaintained Hot, Springs, Ark., March 7.-Seven ing Dr. ,Summey in the study of the to definitely present the Wool five days in which to make the Chau- Baltimore, March 7.-A vessel reported *

J' in their present position persons were injured and six business Bible are day by day thinking more revision. tariff bill at the first extra tauqua a success. In the language of to be the British steamer-

" for the next few,weeks, according, to establishments, .four doctors' offices of the Bible Hour and will, at the close session. The wool schedule is admit. Dr. Stagg, what are you going to do "Alum Chine," loading dynamite ia

",'" the statement of .the War, Depart- :and a satitarium were destroyed by of the Chautauqua, regret that they ted to be the cornerstone of the pro- about it? Do you want the visitorsnow the lower harbor, blew up this morn- z

t, meat officials today. I fire which started from the explosionof did not have more time for this help- tective tariff system and policy. in Orlando to go away and say ing. The scene of the explosion i*.. y
Brigadier& General Bliss Is now visit- in the business district that the Orlando Chautauqua was a
natural gas ful study. Vites by the Democrats on this bill I twenty miles below the city.
; ing the border. camps'and making suggestions today. Dr. Geisel, from the subject: "The will give Underwood a line on all the failure Every failure counts againstthe | The explosion is said to have occurred . '

/ .; as to,the best places to hold Loss conservatively estimated at Home Behind the Man," showed the 1]I I new Democratic members. upbuilding and advancement of : on board a barge lying alongside .a

;, the troops. half million dollars. power of the home and home influences The Ways and Means Committeehad the city. the steamer. Both were completely r
The maintenance,border,patrol,patrol The explosion occurred in Matter Every observing person must know
3 over the men of this countryand a general discussion today of the wrecked. The loss of life it -
is thought to'be necessary since Bros. Oriental store. Tore out the I that the tourist and the women of
: the great influence women may tariff problem. When Underwood was not yet known. The steamer had a
the consular dispatches from the province I front part of the building and rendered exert, if she but will. Dr. Geisel will asked what position President Wilson I the city are practically the only real crew of twenty.three men, and there

'of Sonora shows that the revolt I many of ,those in the store unconsdous. make men better who never have held on the subject, he said the President supporters of this institution at this were a number of men at work on the
Huerta regime ,assumes serious time. This should not be so. Maybe I .
against heard her who have ..
: -men may even desired a downward tariff rev- I barge. Captain Astey of the Alnm.I
a proportions and;tho' reconalia- Miss Leota WUlouby and W. B. in its make up, it is not just in ''
scoffed at her, by helping woman the sion. There will be a daily session of I Chine, was ashore when the explosion':*
ion is practically impossible. Friedman fatally I keeping with our idea of a Chautau
perhaps injured I better to understand man, and better the committee until April first, when occurred.
'lie consul at Durango has informed tarium directly the store were qua. That does not matter now. It
over
her for the
equip great. responsibilities the special session meets- that the The police report that the fatalities"wete
f the'State Department that General rescued. is a condition that confronts us; nota
1 and duties of home keeping. The tariff bills be completed The limited to four men. There werW
may
Aubert, Commander of, ,the federal Reports _say that there were three influence of Dr. Geisel's lectures will house will "Pop gun" bills, or theory. If we will just lay aside twenty-five injured.

troops ; has 'gone in search of the revolutionists I bodies in the ruins, but that cannot be_ _felt. in,Orlando_ long after that good schedule by pass schedule revision. The personal opinions, and personal grievances .
I
and a fight is'imminent at,' be confirmed until search is made h and join hands during the few
a
lady is called to her'reward.
l' 'I Senate will lump the bills and makea ANOTHER JOY RIDE TO ORLANDO'
: this time. Consul dispatches from 1 tomorrow. In the afternoon Edmund Vance general tariff bill Through this days that are left we can make the
,
> Hermoiillo and 'Nogales show both Chautauqua a rousing success.
Cook delighted the audience only plan it is possible to effect a tariff Friday, the publisher and Mrs. Davis ,..
"places in a )high state of*excitement REBEL LEADER SURRENDERS. Cook can. As a reader and inter.. revision by compromise. Underwood Nothing succeeds like success. together with Mr. and Mrs. F. Ji
at'"the prospects of general, fighting: Mr. Cook has few' Men, let us get together like good
preter, equals.
desires to prevent this treatment of LaClear, of Grand Rapids, Mich., took *
The town of Savannah ibready'beent Special to the Sentinel His greeting, "I'm Glad 'to Meet, brethren interested in a common cause
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the tariff
- problem. a joy ride to Orlando in W. P. Vining's -
taken and. sacked,by the rebel bandits Mexico City, March 7.-Rafael Ta- You," captured the audience and they and give, this enterprise a boost It
I The present duty is about eleven We made the distance
car. city, a
\ wearing to.the advices received here. ,piaa; prominent officer of the rural followed him closely and with interest is intended for our individual and col.
', ; cents per pound. The proposed duty of fourteen miles in 45 minutes.We .
,Telegrams ;received from consul t:guards who took the field against throughout lective good. If we will each put '
: will be about five cents per pound. I rode around the city for about aa.
.Bohney',today' states governor in the I Huerta after_the death of Madero, i "Nathan's Flat" and "Bobby's Besetting There will be an average cut of 33 into practice ten per cent of the good hour and went,around the two beautiful -
tate;of Sen,Ions Potisi, has been are surrendered to the government autborrtiestoday Sin," furnished'so much real advice and helpful suggestions here ,
will be of
I There an average cut thirty- lakes in the eastern part of the>
reefed, charged with..contemplated reconnected .- The surrender took offered our individual life and our
drew from
amusement.and so heavily
I three per cent. on all woolen manufac city. There is some class to these
ioc''- ,with the. GovernorSUhlAGWTBB .place at:Guadaloupe, Hidalgo, where the experiences of boy-life that the ,tures. municipal life will receive an uplift portions of, the city. The .

.Ceahelh%; '- the treaty' of peace between Mexico happy mood of those reckless days of I that will tell for today and for the are very handsome and well residence kept. We :
and the United States'was concluded for few generations that follow. Every man I
: fun, and frolic were: a mo-
REAL TARIFF .STARTED feels i went into the county building and met
better after he has done his
in ;i848. made real those
ments experiences by
Mr. Robinson, county clerk and
t{ !' WIN IN NUN Tapia 'was formerly chief of rural duty, unselfishly and without stint, MnrMartin
: present Special to The Sentinel tax collector, and enjoyed &It..
rt GARY. "-, guards in the,State,of Vera Cruz. His' "Going .home to mother," the experiences Washington, D.;C., March 7.-With Let us do it hour at the Elk's temple, Mr.. L&Claajtr, "'

;rs .' decision to' surrender is regarded asa of>> an old man of seventy, the Ways and Means committee of the being a member of that fine organiser"

(; >Special,.to UN SeattacL, ' great'pin for the government, because who had left a good home at twenty: House of Representatives meeting to ROLLINS AT THE CHAUTAUQUA.As tion. The temple is a very handsome

., .B..pest..Marehi\VrTfci/.woman's' :/ .of his popularity in. the south and launched out into the wide and organize, the real tariff work of the one for,a city the size of prlando, Mr.
C .1,sofrage ejwse'won-a--notaWe.victory: eastern states. It was feared he wouldbe mercilefts world,waa one of those' pathetic ' Sixty-third Congress began today would be expected in Orlando, LaClear's< lodge owns a temple

>ere today,:when the'';iower' house1.of able to muster a formidable bodyof word pictures that will find a With only three new members on the Rollins College Glee Clubs drew the cost $150,000 and it is one of the hand thatf

'. ''f>(she'NUngS 1&ii Parliament adapted the men., permanent resting place in the inner Democratic side of the committee, it largest crowd of the season last night somest in the United States Th.-
', rnaeM's suffrage reform bill by heart. and no number on this season's r'county
'ge. Chambers of the human seemed practically certain that the pro capital ''is! a solid, substantial

'wWth.. .s.largeaei''oi Womeft...acreeatriel "CITIZEN TAFT. GOLFS AND "At the Concert," "The Moo Cowt tariff measures framed under the supervision gram will give greater satisfactionthan building and is so well built that ii
ied.k Moo" and "The Hero of the Hill met, did the Rollins boys and girls '
. GOES TO THEATRE - .. of Majority Leader OscarW. ought to take care of the business ot:'
.\ Th4 Hungarian ,capital was crowded an appreciative response in the heartsof Underwood, during the last session last night the county for years to come. On oar-
troops ,the debate be. the Sentinel all and evoked liberal The young ladies came the
with daring Special to present ap would be accepted by the new committee upon first trip we were quite taken with *
t11 cane of threats ,b"tMJloelaIWi to Augusta, Ga., March 6.-"Citizen" plause. I I and laid before the caucus before platform first and the spontaneous the city, but after our second

": befin geaetal.strike tfcrwgaoot the W,.H. Taft evidenced his entirely But like the feast in which the rich the extra session begins on the i enchom must have been an inspiration we think it must be one of the tout "

r s 'eotntry.. ., .Thisto, \ be done_ in protect care-free feeling Wednesday when he wines and'the dessert is left for the 1st of April ' to these sweet voiced girls. beautiful cities in the State. We most call. *

6. '. ':at the :attitude of ,the, govern- golfed until lunch>s time, motored last, so Mr. Cook reserved for the In addition to its tariff work*, the The young men, under Prof. Pope, ed on the Sentinel and found business'prospering

,i anent! against''OOII&eM.aI"na1& iuf- .through the streets of the city and dose that best, intended to leave a.. committee is confirmed by the problem performed with that accuracy and under Mr. Schuraira-V

E 'frage. ;made a few informal calls during the lasting and wholesome timpresaion. "In of reorganising the entire Demo vigor that has made the Rollins Glee editorial

( No disturbances occurred duriag the afternoon and' attended a theatre at the Old School house," and "The cratic aide of ,the House of Representatives Club famous. They are an aggregation citizen management.to become We don't want

r early part of the day, the popukot nightBy, Young Man Who Waited," realistic through its functions as committee of musicians that reflects great any want sore because we

?. ,beiag; overawed with, the. r.dl.! special.request, no formal enter pictures from the pages of every day on committees. credit to ,Rollins.. a county seat over here. 'Of
I 'i A play of force tall mtnt or functions have been are life'were'held up before that audience The committee appointments are course we want this: a county teat; of,

.,,{ Oii .several occasions during the ranged. with more grace and force than the expected to .develop some lively con. W. H. MOCK. DEAD. I until course we want our business to grew?
we can publish of
a daily
,,\\ past, year, riotous scenes have oc. screen can ever do It.' Even to the teats and the leaders are inclined to 'I we want Winter Garden ; COUTH,

\evmd In the lower house, cubninat-- SERVIA, BORROWS SIX' MILLION hair,dressing and the burning of the defer action on them as long as pout. W. H. Mock, of the Cleveland farm, thousand population of to have ten

'l :ing-several times in free fights. DOLLARS. fingers on the curling iron, were so. ble. who has been seriously ill for several want to make $ OOOO; per. course What, the we.

real that many a lady recounted, men months past, died at his home yester. deuce is the of
use getting sore when.-
Special to the SentinelGeneva tally, like experiences while the unmarried day morning at o'clock
eight and the
ANNOUNCEMENT.Move Switzerland, March,7.-The TO HELP ADVANCE ORLANDO. a man wants his town to improve,
and the old '
young men remains were sent back to his old'home
his business improve and his '
Servian government today negotiateda neighbors -*
smiled and marveled
bachelors
.in the'State of Washington and
loan of at and A company of enthusiastic young to get rich.
$6,000,000 one-
... :Move; Forward. seven But the story of Old Glory, in where one son still resides.
who Interested in
half cent, with a Swiss banking business men are Mr. LaClear said that if he had seen.
.,The Chautauqua.manareaen has per which is told the story of the American Mr. Mock was a highly respected
., The is to be repaid advancing the social and business interests Orlando first he should have remembered ,
money
: 1:decided .to hold future; session in the group. flag from the day'of its birth to gentlemen and had friends in
11 within' three months after the signature of Orlando, ,met in the office many it as the most beautiful to\Yl1ln,
Locerne House. In this large the present hour-its travels throughthe Orlando.
I Opera .of peace between the Balkan allies of the.Star Employment,Agency Florida, but unfortunately, he had,
..and.comfortable room, people will Civil War and re-unitingof ,the PUrPoS Surviving him are a widow, three
k 'J and Turkey and discussed plans and L It visited St. Augustine,Jacksonville and '
... } 'take on new seal and''the"work:will be States under, it and within its folds, was the sense of those present thatan sons ,and two daughters. His widow Daytona first.-Winter Garden Timei. :a

;:,given a new'empetus.Beginning was the climax of this. afternoon'sprogram organization of the-younger bus and one son, George, will remain on

at, 10:30, today the ses- AN :I1 INTERESTING TALKER. and the,, storm of applause iness men should ,be effected with the Orlando' homestead until it can .

+, sign'will he held'in the Lucerne. showed how well''' he had guaged his. work in conjunction with the Board of be disposed of. Mr.' Mock suffered GRAND THEATER.The .
Each : Will audience and traced the story and howe Man Higher Up .....Vita graph '
} evening the doors open" Miss Katherine Stuart, of Virginia Trade and the Civic League' in an ef. long and intensely from what was
'
; at 7:15 and preliminary. to the' regular has come into the State to present th e: great, the love of Old Glory,is. fort to improve conditions in Orlando supposed, to be blood poisoning, con-I The Price of Jealousy Comedy. ....... Lubia/'

Chautauqua program, will be threereels I .work ,of the, Audobon Society: She, and get that accomplished that will tracted while engaged in the undertaking Drama
} ,of moving pictures, thus giving: Public l CHAUTAUQUA PROGRAM.TODAY,, 'business.
visited the Schools today and Orlando beautiful and
make
more Buttercups ... .. .........Vita
t, 9:30 Bible Hour Dr. Geo. Summey, graph; d
Chautauqua patrons the combined entertainment :
; spoke to the students. Miss Stuart; more desirable as a place to.Un. Drama.

:,'Ii :the at the regular price Pa of.,. tells.in an interesting way about bird t 10:30 seL Health, Talk: Dr. Carolyn Gei-, They proceeded o-nthe theory of A GOOD GAME IS PROMISED. The Panama Canal .... Vitagraph//
regular Chautauqua program. life and brings ,information' which "Young Men For War and Old Men '
opica1ItaliaAmerican'aing1ng
trons 'will this effort in 3:00 Lecture:, Dr.. Geo. Summey.
appreciate
,. l many of us have not thought of. It For Counsel," would make a* combine Columbia College, of Lake City, and mandolin G
1' :their behalf and 8:00 Grand Concert: Commonwealth. I
rally to the Chantan-- .
has been arranged for her to fill the. tion that would work harmoniouslyfor 1 Fla, will play Rollins College at Winter solos. -
qua support by urging others to at.k' 'Male Quartette. " 1:4': '
3 hour tomorrow in the Chautau the upbufldinsr and uoliftine of J
p. m. Male Quartetteis Park Monday and. Tuesday"after-
d. at The .
; .te 'Tonight 7:16'a\ the Lucerne. Commonwealth
will
when she speak on Bird Lit Orlando.
qua noon at 3 o'clock. These
f with of the combinationsof games arc THE JOKE OF THE SEASON.
Be there strongest
friends.
your one
; entire. and. Practical.' .Bird. life. 'musical talent on the platform. They will meet againnext Monday expected to be 'the best ,of the year
Every one who is interested in the night at 7:30 in the office of Mr. E. for Columbia has not lost a this
They are,,men,of supurb ability as a game That sons will some times go contrary .
STATES MAY SEPARATE. great subject of Bird life,should hear ; S. Pierce's electrical;stott'on'Church ,season and ROllins' having 'now, five
male quartette and as soloists. Be- ,to the advice of their fathers I-
her.. sides these they play wind and stringed street and perfect their organization 'out" of six games 'played. and do that'whi their fathers w a1d"a'f *
: Special to the Sentinel ft is their purpose to, meet every alternate .-I Rollins defeated Stetson in .two
instruments with great skill and ,out against .in holy horror; was
t Mexico City, March ?.-:The Cabinet LIKELY TO BE,A MISTRIAL. always delight.an audience.Dr. .Monday night so that they I games. at,DeLand last week and they' again 'demonstrated, last night in the. .
:eftdals diBcoant the that may cooperate with the Board of feel that they'will,give the'last_ Columbia :
: :rumors SoBora Geisel, who has, created; great 1 Orlando High School debate wnerek
'j' and other northern statesijltato Trade. 't team 'a hard,battle before the
: / Special to the. Sentinel interest in her health talks, will use the County Division question was.de- *

... ; secede and form a, new republic. ,Los Angeles. Cat,'March.6.After as,her ,subject this morning, "Whose game is over. Winter Park is'full. of bated and Joe:.Ferris, Jr., and Justin;JSclramann P
War minister Mondragon tonight said almost twen 1-foUr hours deliberation Servant Art Thou!" ABLAND.BESTS BR1Y ON. winter tourists,and a. large.crowd,is I lone respectively of.tiur

1i didn't_ believe the rumors; bat go'. the jury in tie Darrow case:had not Too often it is the case with lecturers ,Special to;the; SentbeL expected- ]: b proprietor and editor, of the Sefi&el,

lament .is not ,afraid 'a* they have rendered ,their verdict at six o'clock they announce subjects that have New York, 'Karch,1iK \ '. - -- took Saaferd's aide of the, quest!*,

sufficient: forces in Sonora to prevent tenlghl;, ;Judge' Conley ordered re- much promise in them, but the lecture Farland was Jack given Britten the:pepaltr'dedsion y, I OTANTNOTICE.Pettleas"Wee.. :: ': 'I and argued so pUuably-tkat'the: dedaoa .

;1.: :H.seeiiiinili it JSstlee Rues and minister eess'until'tea. tomorrow. Unofficial report does :not, measure up to the high the:over:ten-round.: belt at.at';the. Yiiisee ead of .:'-. saset'ees: _'phteediii :of' Ae Judges ''wa*'naanimewfwr '

iliiin 'Vaqaes' of, the ',same ckcdated' tonight, said that sounding subject ,Not so with Dr. : . ., ;4. 1-, .'et flli'1isisisa,.....'of'or.. 'the ,beJI'W> ,so,weB perfemed -

)J. ......... ..: deetofag'ferenaaentwfll jwystood,eight. =,to y ..fow. r for.eonvietfea -- 'GeiseL.: ae leads and j willingly' ; cr'QUodea... f. tunigat't, "' t. *' { ,:e< ..... .::p'i. .... ....; ,I' "':a-:{"delte. : ..tojk.: ".New. 'Bro.,
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; exterateet. Seaeei. nbelt&aeeMary. ., ,'Wi.Jm." 1C'jVJ: generally. ,:follew'zilong labyrinths .of thought ;* ;1., '. ...., psssssirho k:,as.tga I e'says_seBwthag alee sheet..OR" -
': that have in them life,love and liberty WBAT..oa' r /.ar ...... ..., I >:seT -, .

f -,. f. II'for'yon. Every time; you, mks',her .Fkiriaa _:GeaerilyiafeaBd9 ; ; .. .-... ieuN ssii s...1 I'I't." : :. __.'

.V :laiaect jftenlaiftertUf eUA'if : :0'Neai feraagasl4M and.1 I lecfcre you miss something"yea' ,ought. V.WafMria: .-: .,(' -]- ,"-';.- .'..S. .lip .. ... j. r'-efssims' :"' : .
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: ha,March 7The:: Rev.'A. ." *- *V x"e ,_ ") : ... _
?X.:Barnett,the:rector,of the Episcopal l wish to'announce to our friends, and" the public,generally, ..
*Chttreh of Our Redeemer,tonight,took '
'} ;as hit teat for.his sermon the theme; = that we have formed a partnership under the
'.*Wh t Would Happen if Christ,Were I above firm name, for a generalReal UNHEARD OF VALUESIN
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.* Member:. .,President. ,. Wilson's. Cab-
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: ." Estate and Insurance J i ,
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The:noted.clergyman, :who has onef8r

): ,f(the largest congregations in this business and.are centrally located in a ground floor office at Ko. II Shirts Hats Hose SweatersClothing
4 city, hid r previously. tte 1"to'y ,
'famous :men and 'women and asked :17 8. Orange Avenue. (formerly occupied by Hamilton'&Dunn I , .
: .
*their opi ion: Forty-one': of them re- i Millinery), where we will be pleased to meet all our old ,friends',|
;Plied!and while nine of these were not
: ::prepared to discuss< .its ,some of, the 1 and to make new ones. j
'\'better'known, :, writers, ,publicists and =I 5K
Ben of affairs gave their views in I Our list of city and acreage property is surpassed by none,
:"rse form.. .Among.those.whom! Doc- Every day brings new features and greater opportunities for
'' I and we have some exceptional COME AND SEE Us I
torBarnett' quoted were the following advantageous buying. It will be in pocketif
;' :.. money your
;, William Allen White-Christ would |I Lord & Bradshawa
The>> .the'Secretary of Commerce and you buy now. Come in and investigate.

''-Labor. He was the first and greatestthe '17 S. flANGE, AYE.. MUNM. FLL IBRIGHAM
poor ever had in the world and he =i= _ ==
:: *"would lr. :'make a sane, effective mem. r ne.1"t. I rIlIIBiIIIJI'I.l! Qulity.'. Service, Variety', Price, are the things that'recommendEarner's

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z- Robert J. Burdette-If the Presi-

.4 dent would be guided by Christ's principles & HILLNEWSAGENTS .
something would happen. I :: New York

xv' *.am sure. he-would. make things differ-. I
nt
' John G.. 'Wooley-Christ will be in "
'*,that .Cabinet,and we shall'see what is : : '
: :,going to hipp JL: Bargain Store
\
: Rear Admiral, William' ,Gibson- ,Orlando Stationery, Souvenir and Curio Store

- *There would be a second Crucifixion
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...J P., Hobson-The moneychangers I HMHIIMMIHMIIMMI* !
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temple. of,the government L 'Particu- L. J. Mustard, I Star Employment EVERYTHING'

F .,fly those'who are. trafficking in I
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Bliss Carmen-Christ was a teach \ "* line of employment .
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and Central Phone 105
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; ,,1nL&f trade"of;,Fort. 'l yera'is"net-" this section' o t.&a quickly i :as .possf- ; '
-, "VBg* more-* .vS1 active' 'every* day.-l- :..SecretaryBeberte ble. In doing this the' governmentwill ASSUME THAT YOU. ARE BRIGHTER FRUIT

\ .. "'.seems. ':to"be' -",the;:,,j right'man assist" in, preserving one of, the I
-_ ;;;'_.n" the .right' 'place\and" : 'Is' making't&ngi I richest valleys in the world, where .. ., APPRECIATIVE OF THE VERY Free from the dust mite and for which i' :,'
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', i...traasacted. :by''.far. .than ever. before, vegetation" grows and, thrives the ',8m.. WE ARE SPECIALISTS INElectrical you command the fancy prices, useSulpho.Citrol /vf-A! j
1. 'aad .members- -,are beginning g'to ',take" jrear;around. .Besides,taking.care of .- ... l I Q
"$: :ja$' 'the, ,committee work with, real., the famous Caloosahatchee valley this ';':; I ::. ,. ;
. .The..reenlt of-ttg' ,Work. (,te,bard will encourage those.who are already Wire'and Motor Work I ,1 ,
t of, trade*.has already began to show, here and will induce more to come;. "/' 4 .t
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I,.> .,:,though Mr,, Roberta.has been at the: A communication' from Editor A. H. NEWEL ELECTRICAL CORVANY .
i. hetei':only since January first Andrews of the.American,Eagle, publiShed 11j
. : Esteroi ARCADE BUILDING To destroy the "THRIPP use- 1
Recently many matters pertaining at ; enclosing a petition ..'
'to-the welfare of the county.have been>> asking H n. L.A. Hendry, representative CHURCH ST. .r
'taken'.op, among them.a'plan of advertising 'fro,mLee county to the next legislature PHONE 280 Black Leaf Tobacco Extract
; endeavor to have enacted i
something,which bU,never J to
before. been taken up systematically, legislation looking to the additional
,. ::and a committee,has, appointed protection of the food fish .of Lee .. Our new 1913 Almanac containing full 1
; ,to>> look after this department' At the county,and asking the endorsement of information. sent you for three cents '
;,last meeting' this ,committee recommended the board,of trade for same, was re- 1-
. that 15,000 illustrated bOOk. frrred to the committee on fisheries. postage.
lets be'published' and this was ordered Taken altogether, the last. meetingof. The Best is the CheapestSO j
.'by 'the board. The work, of the board :of.trade was decidedlyone
r :getting this 'advertising' put will be : of'the most: important that has GET THE BEST OF E. 0. Painter. Fertilizer Co. !
"under way from .now on, and it will ever been held f
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let, showing and'telling of, the many "You' prefer duck hunting to,shooting Paints and Wall Paper JACKSONVILLE FLA.
good things to be found in Lee county; large game ?," "Yest," replied ,
is handed to the, public 'in the next the man'who tempers sport with cau:
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few weeks. This same committee has tion. "There's 'no chance of my getting ,THE 1912 WALL PAPER IN SAMPLESIS ; I l'J
under advisement many. 'other plans out in the water where an excited GRAND AND I WILL BE PLEASED
',for advertising this city and county friend migh mistake me for a .. J c "'ri
TOSHOWTHEM. ALL YOU HAVE TO
If publicity will pring the people, Lee duck." Washington Star. ,'
.county is going to have them. I DO IS TO TELEPHONE; AND I WILL I
t ,The business of the secretary of theboard BRING THE SAMPLE TO YOUR HOME.
trade' has become Real, ,Bargains
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at the last);meeting ,it' was ordered .1 .. Fireplace Mantels I
: that new quarters'be. secured Real 'EstateFourteen GEO. A. BARKER '--iS1 PHONE '268 ,
: fad oms in the Bank of Fort Myersbalding J
have 'been. secured, where/ acres of'good land in good Tiles and Grates, i \
'Secretary Roberts*will be pleased .to location ,9 acres,'in grove. Located -- .
;: :receire-idl{ visitors, and;sAt:the same on nice lake. Price $5,500. Caloric Fireless Cookers( 1,,1 !
s I 'time be. better tt djo transact the' r.
3 business 'which' is now crowding. in Ten.acres,fast class'land. 5 acres Electric Pocket Flash
; Upon him.: in grove., Splendid location. $4,500. HISSES HillLTON & DUNNhave lights, i "i
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,: 'the 'board at J last meeting,,from the Two and one-half-acres in excellent I Complete Electric Lighting Plants of J I j

board engineers, relative to an adverse location.. All in grove. $1,500. '
report on the Kissimmee river, their Any Size Installed. i
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A .large number of busines } lots in .
project> ,4 Some .alarm was' felt that various localities in the city, and' -_..... -
.t this meant to knockout the project beautiful.suburbs of the city at prices' stock of Hats \
new Spring! .
r: for the upper_ Caloosahatchee from ranging from $100 to $1,000. I
'Fort Myers;toF,' rtJbompson.IThe E. S. PIERCE) :
; ..secretary, however, ,communicated Lake front home sites containingtwo
.withv Congressman" :.Sfwkman, and and more acres of land at the and, Millinery ELECTRICIAN

.,. I was. informed. that recommendation'. by. very ,moderate price of $650. > .. t
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.'committee that" an appropriation For particulars call at. office over LATEST STYLES. i
of 196,900 be .. for"this:pur- Dickson& Ives store, Orange Ave.CARL I .
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.' The all-important question of Furniture. 1"au'l readily admit that you ,. :

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x. ., With misitrust modem bareness, could' nbtnd: Our trust is yours- for the asking.

Nowis1he'tim. o isk4or. it. Your<:creditlis. : \good. This big* building. is packed- with Furniture and 4
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, fSouth. \ FioridaSentinelANIKWBKIT. t The.subway station r: at'238th.y Street' If< the. (Republican) National,Committee -I" ,
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part of New York On both to'revise :the rules 'or if there

J :8UB6CMPTION. '-- ., .1.RATM'i sides'of Broadway.at. this" point stretch IS any general,:feeling, among: those
of --'! vacant?lots.. Eastward' :along 238th who voice party opinion.that it should i ,

THE DAILY .SENTINEL Street .there are open fields;on either not be. trusted with such a task, 'by : "' ,
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''/ 1e Jear' t. all means let have national
side for a distance of about three us a special -
<4iSbc_Months: .. .,.. 150 convention '
blocks. as soon as. practicable.
C Three Months -.< 136 Late one night, writes a Companion But for its part the' Express is,quite
Per Week .,. .10 mVANS'
1 content to the National Committee
: contributor, I got 'off a subway trainat have

: B;ntwt carrier la Orlando M. caw per this station.. As I walked down thelefthand revise the rules, if it only, will .. c

.>:o&th,'Daily' and Sunday. to the street below, -Buffalo,Express.An 1 4. .1.' \

The Orlando Monini Sentinel caD be found I saw two,men in front of me. Iliad ,' ..
'*oa sale'1n" Orlando at Cants & O' ..'. Book a gold watch and my ;week's salaryin Astor can indulge 'in steam ': >, .A "
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:i .1t re. my pocket, and because I did not yachts and race.horses, even in art THE BEAUTY AND FRESHNESS OF .: ,

We will' appreciate prompt complaint if wish to part with either, I determinedto purchases without going to the poor- . .... SPRINGTIME IS IN THE NEW JEWELRY .
'WftI'1,1I not.properly nude by our.carrier exercise a little caution. house. But if young Vincent has tak- : ( v.
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Admtfcin rate win be.furnahed on &poJHcation We all started up 238th Street at en to scietific farming, economistsneed ..!' :a

{ '.... the same :time, I on the righthandside worry no longer about the distribution GIFT YOU' WILL FIND HERE MANY :,-' '

.THE WEEKLY SENTINEL the two strangers on the left, of that particular fortune. DESIRABLE ARTICLES 'AT '
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fbr )'ear"> by mall postage paid' ILOeuUdreu several yards ahead of me. We had The ways of. Providence are inscrut .
THE SHNTINKL Orlaado Florida. PRICES.
scarcely a block when one of able.-Brooklyn Eagle.
gone
Osier lOT Court street, Arcade Building
Phoa 24 the men turned round. Seeing thata '
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.man was following him, he crossedover With the Governor, his committee I : LEATHER NOVELTIES ,

.. J. .P., BOnnUNN. Mt to my side of the streetI of inquiry, his public health commission I .
JOSIAH PBRRIS. Pnprictor. immediately became suspicious. etc., drafting bills to be passedby . . WE ARE ALWAYS ON THE LOOK .

"This fellow intends to stop me," I the present Legislature, the:members OUT FOR THINGS NOVEL IN LEATH-- .
SATURDAY MARCH 8TH 1913 ,
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= thought "He's probably the other of the Senate and, Assembly) ER. t' "

man's partner." Accordingly, I cross- seem to have little or nothing to do

':The mean _annual temperature of ed over to the left side of the street but meekly obey orders.AmsterdamRecorder. ;. PURSES, BAGS, FOBS AND SIMILAR

.the world is 50 degrees Fahrenheit.- The man in front of me then looked I ARTICLES ARE USUALLY FOUND, -

o behind him. Observing me, he cross- .' . HERE WROUGHT FROM THE FINEST ;

There is more "weather" in March ed the street and walked along behind Moll Pitcher helped serve a batteryand : .. : SKINS-SOME AMERICAN AND SOME ; .:":

than in any:other,month of the year. the man on that side.I the woman suffragists march FOREIGN IN ORIGIN. .
0. was now thoroughly convinced eighteen miles, in the mud on a February

What the lecture platform has lost, that these men were itf league with day. But would any of them
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:the, State Department has gained. each other and intended to "hold me advance on a mouse with a short

o up." So I quickly crossed over to the stick?-St Louis GlobeDemocrat.It : .

Mr. Winter Visitor, arn't you just right side and walked behind them.
. stickled that you are still.in Orlando? The man in the middle looked back cost Madero seven million'dollars T.H.Evans the JewelerOPPOSITE
' to get into the chair occupied by Por-
oSome at me, then at the man in front of
k people'will bother themselves him. Evidently, he was. suspicious of firio Diaz. Recent developments in the ,

'' deciphering the sign on. a street car us both, for he crossed over to the opposite City of Mexico suggest that the chair
after it.'has passed., side of the street sn't worth the money.-Rochester POST OFFICE

'$+;-, y o The man in front of,me now began Post-Express. .
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Every rose' has its thorn. And the eyeing me suspiciously. He seemed .
mean part of it is that the thorn tOthink, that I:was following him for It looks as if Mr. Bryan would be

the when the has So he :too crossed the only man whose prospects 'are
k stays .on job rose' no good purpose. ,
'' withered._ over and walked behind the other man. sufficiently secure to make him an

0 My first suspicion was confirmed. I object of interest to inauguration

i 1'he.man who put. "l''' in the five determined to cross the street, walkin crowds as a cabinet figure s Washington SILK

rent piece turns out to be. James Earl front of the men, stop until they Star. STQOKINGS1&

:,.Frazier, whose initial is thus perpetrated caught up with me, and then ask them
1 There don't seem to be relieving -
many
' \ .t 'in our currency. their business.I .
: features in the and
o no sooner did this, however, than butchery
'We:stay-at-homes: have saved money they both crossed over to the 'right trachery which was called'revolution

_ ,.: -by not going to the i inauguration, side of the street Could they both in Mexico. It is a nasty mess, taken

4* ave avoided."the: rush' and can read suspect me? Happily at that moment all in, all.-Rochester Union. For Dayand

r .aQ about it...in the .-news columns ofv I reached and entered the apartment-
'y "the Morning Sentinel house to which I had lately moved. Never did Mr.: Taft have a ,surer

,' 0 Imagine my surprise when the two touch on the wheel of the ship of state S 5,

Governor. Sulzer .says' he intends strangers crossed the street and did than now that he is just about to I.

t :t.isalriag business of turning the rascals ikewise. This apartment-house has make way for the new pilot-Syracuse '

.v out Another man who may keep three floors. I live on the third. The Herald. EveningWear

;. t&splayed'.constantl the notice: "This two men whom I had suspected, and -

i is'my busy day. who in turn had suspected me, turned According to the fashion experts,

1 o- in at the first and second floors respectively women's spring hats are going"to be '
small and pleasant to'look upon.'Hail
:.; 4 psychologist is going north with
gentle spring.-Philadelphia Star. : .
StefanSson.
It will be easier to ext -
STATE NEWS.,
; pore the Eskimo mind than many of
Early tomatoes are mooving freely of all shades
_. t the Eskimo lands. Republicans of opinion i
from Boynton. are getting' together, even if it J' ,
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We
can hardly believe the story : :
;'' ;that..:Missouri suffragists are trying The Seaboard officials have promised they should do so.-Buffalo News. Our Personal Guarantees

Bushnell a new passenger depot, ; .' -,.
to win members of the .legislature s
'' suitable to the growing needs of that Thus far the 1913 has Pair'' ."
brought .A
with apples. It. is too old a game; year companiesEvery' ,
c*Adam',was a victim,of itt town. trouble enough to give the ancient

0- superstition a new lease of life.- .
The Presbyterian and Baptist de. i
< Olivet Comm No. 4 Glens Falls Times.
andery, ,. Knights
nominations in each ent-
Tampa.have
TRaapiar; will hold Easter services at
ered into a'city.wide'evangelistic cam Marion B. IvesEXCLUSIVE
= t 'the I Episcopal church on Easter Sunday 1 'paign. The Suler-Scoot-Prison Department

.. It is probable that Bishop Graytwjll feud is open again. Looks as if there

preach the sermon. might be something 'doing.-Elmira t
o Suwannee county is the eighth county Adevrtiser.
to fall in line and organize a Girls'
*AV certain young lady,wants to know Canning Club. MILLINERY PARLORS
c low,to.cure her lover of the habit of MURDERERS SHOT BY LAW AT < .

; kiasing her so often' when he calls. OWN REQUEST IN NEVADA.,
Lake Helen has anew. organization
Harry him that will
probably
; I cure known: as the First Political Equality Second Floor .
.hbn for all time to coma:
e .c Club of Lake Helen, with twenty-four Special to The SefiUneL

-' o members enrolled. Reno, Nev., March 7.-Nevada's
The
Washington Evening Post State prison today Is to be the;scene

speaks of the woman's suffrage pa There are now planted and growing ,of its first.legal shooting of murderers
e: she as thrilling pagent which took under the law providing for
j at Brooksville 400 acres in tomatoes new MUTINOUS SOLDIERS SHOT. I
tke city by storm and the many hand.I I and 500 in Irish potatoes. An excellent the; choice between that and hanging -
aunt fiats watched with ad.aIratlon
were 1 crop of both is expected. b y condemned men. Constantinople, March 7,-Fifty
j by notable from many lands Two such murderers have chosen
mutinous Arab soldiers belonging to
o that mode of death while third BASE BALL
A contracting firm In Tampa has a Turkish regiments guarding the penInsula *
The who don
man not want
system Nimrod Uric his selected hinging
,
contract of Qtllipoli and the Dardanellei
secured the for erecting the
,!ft'road building In It
Florida not for
Three Maxim silencers, three rifles
straits were shot today 11 an exampleto
new flve.story flre-proof hotel build.
Florida, There ii middle .
no grounds and i steel cage hive settled the queer others. "
there. The structure Is to cost
ng ,
-on this question. He ii either for or tion how to execute the two murder
falnst If he I ii for he ii $160,000 and will be built of ,rein-
i for a fitted concrete. ers, who chose shooting' In preferenceto Still more entries upon the field Columbia
state Collegevs.
system hinging ii means of paying the of Florid Journalism, the Uteri be.
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o extreme penalty for their crime Times
ing The Bradford County ,
"The duk"waddl.. ii Station No.4, located on Adams
the UtMdaw
The condemned murderers will sit
UuMlMd at Lake Butler, with 0. B.
to become popular," observe street in Jacksonville, Is soon to be Inside a steel framework on which ire Stalling ii editor and The Sumpter ;,
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tin Brookftild Gawtte. "In equipped with motor driven fire wiirons. .
looking to be trained three rifles to which
at Webster
Advance
published
:for euphonious titles to transfer from All of'the equipment now In County ,
hive been attached the Maxim slllnc by Pierre d'A Pratt and The St. Rollins College
U* barnyard to the ballroom, What'ltM UN at the central station In Jacksonville .
ers The rifles will be aimed directly Johns County Tribune, with J. B. Boas
patter with Inn swagger, the I Is motor propelled. at the hearts of the victims. Nothing at the head of It. All are creditable .
...... gallop, 'or the foiling glide" -
will be visible but the muzzles of the publications and show the advance of
-w--- The wee little tots in the children1 : guns, and the legal witnesses who will i these counties.
,A'Bulgarian aeroplane hovering ovt ward at st. Luke's ,hospial in Jacksonville I watch the execution will not know Monday March 10

r ft, fortress' at Adrianople was hit were given a real joy ride when the death dealing volley Is to be ,
-: by ft shell and fell within the Turkish yesterday afternoon as guests of fired. Their first knowledge of each The time ii drawing near for the '

Hare, the aviator, i a,Bulgarian officer, Claude Nolan State distributor of the execution-will be when the murder ra' meeting of the Florida Postmasters'Association. Eustls '. t 'AndTuesday ; .. ..
It will convene In w '
being captured. The Turks seem to Cadillac ear In Florida. bodies collapse in death.
i have better aim when firing in the air on the 20th 21st .and 22ad of this f

than when shooting,on the ground At an early hour Sunday, morningthe i month. Postmaster W. A. Allen of Mach 11
"Of the painful lack of general in. DeL nd, is president of the organita
- o Chicago Hous e and the building formation shown by the 'college student :

It'is a noteworthy fact that in that adjoining, in Key.West, were destroy. one instance will'suffice.. In a I tion. "

' :z wonderful march and ,ber, army 1 of: ed by fire. The loss Is estimated at written test (whether in a college for '
several thousand not $15,000, partly covered. The fire is I Jagson "I see that New York city
women, one was young men or women,is immaterial), At Winter Park
smoking a cigar cigarette:; none supposed to have been of incendiary the 'question was asked: What was I has set aside a farm of 1,100 acres
:were drunk that bad origin. for the'use of drunkards. Topperly
so they to be the, secret of Luther's success as a 1
Urn! That isn't much room for a
supported by their. associates and reformer!' The left GAME \
question was unanswered AT J !. M.
drunk in when _
Texas to'get "
y nose grew so hilarious that it became Plans have been drawn'for .-atten' by the majority of the class.j man from .

'S 'aeeewary for the police to put on the story hotel in St -Petersburg" to be Some frankly avowed they ,did not; he comes to.the metropolis.Iafe.* . ;;MisissM.5fc. \
;lid.I et the "phunny paragraphers" erected very soon. The building will know I who Luther was:: Some confounded -: s '... *. ,

1 make; note of',this,,:and. ponder well be,used exclusively'for a hotel.except .., the name with that,of Luther: Most of the schools in buvat'eo n '
'for the $ = late '
how of.that 'i ty 'will. be"',doted )11e" raaath,.earlier Secondaries Collegi Championship :
;an army many men in that stores will be located on,the first Burbank. One answer, which greatly I :

l ;., Jlhftt kind.of=a march would have.coin.piied'with floor, This hotel 'Will, 'have ,a' roof horrified the professors was,this:The'I this year.on''account. of lack" of funds.' ;.. ; .. : ; ;:clothe:\State:, .
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'... this' greath .array" of'wo- garden which :wfll;add very much to" secret of Luther's success was biidiet.ofa : ,... .. ,. ,:> 'f.'<.F..' !.... {- <.JfJ, .. \, .., .. ":,, ... . .isSertj41' "1.tff'* [: .

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1: ... .We have jest received a complete line of sew Spring Hate for Ladies We have some lovely Embroidered Swisscs' and a complete line of Chlcoa
art Mfe**aid we knell we have: the latest styles, and at prices yon can ;f Yti. Tissues fa all colors 9

aid to owm ... lost notice:a few of. those in our,.window, and re- Also the ,
..... ,to select from, asd HO.two hike. ,Jai' look them over',before you get 7' l' them up. Be sure you see them.

'; {, yewEasterBerni. A WQ Childrea's Dresses for school, or home. The handsomest line we have T

i: We ado have a beautiful line of, spring fabrics for Easter Dresses,; J Q ever had, and prices range from 50e to $1.50 80- there is no excuse for the .
and we are sure you can be,pleased here,' (also sure the price is right" ). children not being nattily dressed.
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.1t Get your copy for your advertise- STILL IN A CRITICAL CONDITION ,:
ment in the Sunday Sentinel in early

WADE Saturday.Dr. Attending Physicians Say That if No .
; THE ,TUNER Complications Set In that Chances ., "
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t; I ORLANDO. FLA. and Mrs. J. ,N. Tucker, of, Ohio, For Recovery Are BrightMr. ,
and Mr: and Mrs.'Tucker, of London, Eugene Hunt, the prominentfruit '

x left yesterday for-,their homes buyer injured of in Orlando a collision who with was severely an \\V'edhiesdai Tkllrsday and Friday it

.., Consistent persistent advertising Messrs.,M. 0. Oyerstreet and.W. M. automobile near Colahatchee, about ,
', pays.. Try: a Sentinel want ai. Brittain left last night for, New Yorkon five miles north of Fort Lauderdale

.. important business. Monday afternoon, passed a comfortable , {..
Letus: .sener'you'The Sentinel, Order night last night and was
';your Sunday'paper'now.. Colonel Clay.'and wife arrived last early this morning removed from the i
I evening from Paris, Ky., and are office of Dr. Lowery, where he was

If: its' worth want: advertising for, pleasantly located'at the San Juan. taken immediately following the accident Yowell'sThese

want advertise in:the Sentinel to a room in the hotel The I
With dozens of wild ducks on Lake moving process was a painful one to
,
", Sentinel'want, ,ads cost little and Lucerne every day, sporting around Mr: Hunt, but the attending physicians
: v face to face state that
:bring results., were brought with a great no complicationshave '
temptation.. But instinct tells these set in and his chances for re-
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t; 'Panama hats,and overcoats'predom-' little waterfowls' that the strong arm covery are brightening all the time. '
inated last of the law is,about them.. Mr. -Hunt was riding towards' Fort
V : in,Orlando: night

_: to learn that Among the guests-arriving' at the when Lauderdale because on of'a some buying unavoidable excursion
.have
Some people yet DIMITY AND CREPE[ )
(1 cleanliness. J8.ii to .Godliness. San Juan from the.North last night, circumstance he collided with an automobile [ SPREADS[ a
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were C..P. Webber, T.Roscoe Webber the driver of which could
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} 'New Easter.bonnets and straw hats and, Lucy Webber, of Providence, R.. not be, identified. When picked up ,
? :remind'us thai Spring/the honeymoon I. Mr. and Mrs. G. E. Chase and Mr, he was in terrible pain, but did not l
and,Mrs. C. J.Webber,'Bangor, Me. once lose consciousness. An examination These
;: season.. of<.the. +year-is here.. showed that two rigs 'were are full size double bed spreads, ,

J ;-" : ,; Mr. and Mri.F.-W.-D vis, prom broken and that the pleura was punctured -
C r. Kiimerer of'Davenport ,
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; ,. rp : the kind that will
\ IoWa: arrivecJ' in Orlando,;yesterday inept;people (Greenville, S. C., left; in one'place. : need no ironing. .A x
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,m'day'Ol home. They have enjoyed Mr. Hunthas many friends in Mi-
and will. .remain. for several:days.
a hr months' sojourn;in.thiscity I ami, who,'have been' anxious to hear great value at regular price
: # Mrs Isaac Vanderpool 'and_ daughter and,made many friends who will l of his condition. He has been coming I $17'9 l i

v t.Mssttle.Vanderpool. ofMara be glad,-to' See,them down. again next; to Miami on fruit-buying trips for I $2.25 and $2.50. For these 3 days

11 1 land; were visitors to the .city yester-- winter. -many years, .,.and. is.well. and.. popularly. .
;! -daf.. .f known to the trade at this place. ,
i '\ .... 4 }fro nd'; Mrs.*Juiius* Schmidt, of .Miami Metropolis.Send .
} \ The.Wife of-'Marshal,, 'BiUy' '
who'&Q been ill for some time,; is reported Orlando'wellpleased visitors, leftyesterday your job printing to the-Sen- i '
:in_such a'critical condition that for their home, stopping en- tinel office. All work guaranteed. '" .

:. :hope is'despaired, .'of.. route at Daytona. This is their first Play aid Pci IF Flaxons n :
i- ,- visit to this section and they will return The days of the political boss ,are J
Mrs. J, L Feinberg and guest, Mrs.J. ;again in the fall ended, and the man who keeps his ear

. P.'Jones, of Birmingham Ala:, have I to ,the windward is the wise guy and .'
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t" returned from.- a ,few days 'visit tot Wednesday morning, March 12th, life shall not be endangered by the
; :Daytona,Beach, Ormond and Daytona. at ten o'clock comes the opening exer- chariots of the people in their onward These are exceptIonal-values, and can be J
'- cises for the convention of the Grand march.
In just one week, without any effort Lodge of the Knights of Pythias, had these three days
only.
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: on ',our part, twenty-seven, new which is expected to bring delegations Money to loan on improved property. Regulie I i
names were added to the subscription f nim all points in the State...-. Kissim- S. Y.: Way. lar price 20c Sale price. .
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list of the Weekly Sentinel to be sent :mee ValleyGazette.Come :\

j to.parties lathe North. Doctor Phillips was answering .
0-: let us fill:up the cup of good many enquiries yesterday morning "
The who offers cheer the brim let take 1 H V HHH MMBB B
.J philanthropist' great to and us long,I When the doctor means to do something
.sum*;of money for the establshmentof deep .draughts of that elixir of life i he does not get on the house tops
'needed institutions, provided a similar that prolongs our days usefulness'' I and proclaim it to the world,but he Wednesday, Thursday and Friday

amount.is "raised" for the same' in the land and removes that deep,, gets quietly down to business and .
; PUrPoSeh rarely' i'suffers from want in brown taste from our 'mouths which I makes his efforts count. This is the

his old age. is tie, cause of so much selfishness I why of his phenominal success. h THE BIG WHITE STOREON
and
t< o impotence.
.. Almost' a necessary, requirement for o Mr. L. V. LeCraw, southern super .
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y the:operation of railroads seems to be Money to loan on improved property.S. intendent of the State Life Insurance .' ,

9i ;plenty of, rolling stock and plenty of Y. Way.' Company of Georgia, with headquarters ORANGE }\VE. : .;: .'
'watered"stock, the latter often 'pre- in Atlanta, spent a dry or two in '\ ** '
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dominating. Yesterday afternoon the Orlando Orlando this week returning; home :} .

o High School base,ball team defeatedthe yesterday; He 'was accompained by
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Speaker Clark,will be re-elected to Independents by. the .score of 17 Mrs. L. V. LeCraw, who has been in '1-. ,-
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that position.without opposition, dis- to 22. P. Mayor pitched the game for Orlando for several weeks a guest of revolu- --t t I 1Ii \. ..- '
The parcel post is working a
t,j patches from,Weshington state. Another i the,High School, while the Independents the new Lucerne. Hon. Peggy Quincy in the Boston j ,f
..occasion_ ,for Democratic con used. Branham,,Dann,and Emery. ; ;E fr ,
Journal tells how it helps college boys
gratulations. ._ Branham being wild, was relieved by Money to loan on imprQveci'property. =
I and girls: "I am told that no one is McGULLQCH'SDEPARTMENT _
4 0 Dann, who 'was hit f freely and went S. Y. Way. {
taking greater advantage of the par.
'. .Money. to,loan on improved property. out in the'sixth. Emery finished. cal post than college boys and' girls: r ,! .,
:s. Y. Way. Another'game is expected soon. The third bi-ennial convention of heyre sending'their laundry home ,

_._- the Woodmen of the World. --, Jurisdiction -- weekly.. This is not only much less; STORE
"V," of the State of Florida, andits expensive than the use of laundries in

auxiliary branch, the Woodmen the college towns,:but has an additional .. . OPPOSITE POST-OFFICE
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Circle, will convene in the city of Tallahassee advantage.. Mother can mend J ..tJ y .t.\' r. wei. y .c

I at the county school auditorium the, consignment before, she sends it : "THE HOUSE THAT MAKES'THE PACE"
on next Tuesday at ten, o'clock lack.again- I know. family which'| : : t. ''
YOU .DV[ NO IDEA[ I a. HL, and remain in sessionfor, three college.girl has sent a suitcase full

I I days. o f laundry home each week since first
she entered college, and the.:parcel Tie IrrestibieMagneth :
What $25.00; in Clothes money Mrs.: William Sydney Batemari Orlandovisiting of post has now reduced the cost de- (
Rhode Island, is in
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Newport '
cidedly. College town' laundries do
do for
can you until you see the f her 'mother, Mrs. J. ,0. Nefll not have a very .enviable reputation. ."" -,'

NEW SPRING MODELS ; I}I at "Rest Cottage started,"last.week on West.to street mace As ;.one. boy says:' 'They'rbarg.:ui. t41;; j.THAT ATTRACTS BUSY ,BUYING ':
ladies.
The -
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!''a trip to .Miami and Key West but '
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llaer&M: rx I after being away from Orlando for a 'THE
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Slunnit rierYbif stock'of BIG BUILDING' THE COMBINATION OF .
Inspect. .
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found the
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You can gettne very, excellent\ things at ; disarranged''that< they concluded Bicycle tires. ,* I SUPERIOR QUALITIES SEASONABLE AND DE-
badly _
L ", ,less than $ .:-and at mprevwe;; don't ,:, fFC1 ', ,.to return. .to Orlando, andget 'ar.r: ,., +zY ,.."r-f." \gENDABLE MERCHANDISE AT ORLANDO'S LOW,
'W'antto limit you1", ' *'.' \ a' fresh, start, so :;Inert- Tuesday' 'they t Whenever your want' paintiag;:or 'EST PRICES:ALWAYS.' 4, .

intend:trying again.: Papering done .in, a. first.daw-'maa-s; .. .
The kind is'
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want ': ; '
you ner.it" willpayj9pL; :f o cUl on W T -
The. kind of service ', t '" .... .. . -- ..
you Q, likeTHE Entrican, 288 E*It Pise street
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j Miss ,C. H. Carter wiUlecture' onLucerne -- % CSr. .. ,.."'" "-"
m Theatre'rat: 2:30 .this:'after: ;, : ,; "i: 1'r., '1 ' ." ::
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<; &&, -wwtf to be "Say,,when :I step on herWLand' midnight,'win be run in the Too Late

: { the healthiest: :town ''in.the,United give 'this ,old chum :chariot/the gas, .to Classify'. column. .' '
r; Std ?Jlr- ,-i it I; fast the telephone poles along Boosters five lines, or;less-approximately
There why so
are reasons go i 30 raords one>> time, ,25 I'UICIH
\: sR not'.betOfcarse-every w 41 ,'town the,side of :the"road look,like a.'.picket cents; three.times 50 cents; one week : :

< lit reweet=why:it'to u &ealth'But .fence" (six daily and one 'weekly editions) .' ,
:GaiaeevOle attacked the'problem very "Oh, I'get.about nineteen miles out |LOO; one month,13.00.FOR ''-

killfolly this'summer, in away' .thatdeserves of a gallon on, a good road, but mineis SALE-:80 acres of good land-

'4 to,'be.reported and .widely. the only car in this man's town that three miles.west of Taft 20 acres .
:'followed. will, do, it""Whenever cleared and in cultivation. Good ':. ,'r.' '" The Car That Sells '
buildings Price$30 Ad-
acre.
' .In the first place,the Civics Cimmit- I see, a friend on '.thestreet per
. 'dress P.. B.. care.. Sentinel. By the Car Load
t e:'of'the 'local School' Improvement ; I pick him, up and -give him a --

: : started ride." I FOR SALE. Good Horse
; Aatooatiott-women, of course- ; Carriage :
,' / the idee: ,They appealed to the citizens "I haven't got any electric fights,: and'Harness. For work on driv .
organizations and! self atarter, cigarlighterA purling' ing. Apply Wm. Halloway, Winter ; :
and to other -
-Park, Fla. 12t What Buick Has Done For
a
prepiied': any ,quantity, of'readable: irons or fireless cooker in my car,:but

'newspaper 'stuff .on'the subject of I have got an engine,.believe 'me. I THE BEST' LAKE" FRONT lots in Others
hill faster than other .Orlando are at Schumann Heights.I a Buick will Do for You
health. . ;which .the Gainesville. daily. can go up a : any Carl.Jensen. ,
papers printed ,light.ahead for.three car. in this town' can go down" -one- ",The.. ave"six.for"sale.

"' .Creek-'l) for :the'appointed day; thus last motor;.cop Twho.chased.medidn'tlook BUYs lot in ,Thornton Park, a nice
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subject before the pub- any'bigger than'a: "microbe> on 'a suburb in east part of the city., Carl ,
,keeping the Jensen' (< Records for the past are the best promises for the future.
lie. flea's, hind leg when, I, looked.back: ,

'Malaria' how it is''transmitted. three minutes after'the. race started." FOR SAJ -,:.40 acres of fine land in At, the beginning of the. 1913 season there were 110,000

an,be.prevented; the hookworm dis- "Notice her take.the. corners? Some Volusia County, near station and Buicks on the road, and every one of,the 110,000 Buicks has a
and boat what?" fine lake; $500. Terms. J. B. McKay,
; tee,:andita': prevention cure ._' record.
city,
'(Florida is full of it); the typhoid "You ought to see her,when she is :,

fiy; .and',how, it'.can, be suppressed; running right The differential is FOUND- That the 'Sentinel reaches I 1 It nothing unusual to see a Buick which has run from

tobercelosis and. r contagious diseasearhow.to crossed with the brake,beam now That the people and is read. '1 : }: 25,000 up to 100,000 miles and even more. And you never hear

', ; secure a pure milk sup- cross makes the, little noise you no- FOR SALE-New. seven room house of a worn-out Buick. :

py; the importance of pure water for tice." Seven rooms and bath. Modern in all

,the town; adequate sewerage disposal "If anybody should come to me respects. Lot 75x200. Price ,$2850.
Terms. Address "I started out in model 17 Buick in six inches of
;; public sanitation-all these were right now and offer me $800- more for owner, care Sentinel my snow

written up"'practically, and thus dis- this wagon than;I paid. .for it would FOR SALE-5% acres with five-room on the morning of February 3rd to post some sale bills.. I

eessed day by day' in the 'papers. say: 'Friend, this automobile is not house on railroad only few hundred ,. covered 94.4 miles over roads nobody else had traveled since

There was no city Board of Health inGainesville for sale. Just to show you how muchI feet from stopping small place. Plenty of the.snow, and was in high every minute, up hill included. V
shade and shrubbery. Ten to
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think of this car, I ,would rather get
but the Florida :state twelve left motor all the time I
bearing'orange spears my running was posting, and used 9'/2
j .board took a hand, and donated FloN stuck in the mud in this car and stay and other small fruits. Good hunting

id* 'fly' posters (which were put up there all day than to ride on a dry and fishing, and,especially suitedto gallons of gasoline for the trip."I .

prominently in store.windows and other pavement in any other car made.'" those who come to_n..J rtorida'_ 1:for.. the have watched several other makes
Wm to ran d ink a the ,",UIAUW.l MAC "'':'h of cars in the past
. ':places), besides"loaning moving access to town J. ,1'.1, Perkins,
tI' : ; easy two.years, and every time I have seen a Buick, it has always
, picture film on the "Fly Pest" ands THAW WITHDRAWS .PLEA. Orlando,::Fla. General Delivery.
: lantern-slides for illustrated lectureson been doing the work. When a Buick has gone 30,400 miles and

malaria;hookworm, and,so forth. New 'Y rk,.,March 6.Harry K. OAK HILL to the is Northeast the beautiful of the subdivision city and still seems as good as new, it is quite enough to convince me

: ;The t business 'men'' ,of :Gainesville Thaw, slayer' of Stanford White, was I'
subscribed generously toward the ex brought down to New York from Mat- Carl:;J nsen. J J. H. GARBER, Portland, Kansas.
passer rpf*Health of and in the
Day. Programs teawan today appeared' WANTED-Man and wife to take '
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the Health Day events were'distributed Supreme Court to fight for his releaseon charge of place for one year on : The Famous Buick OverheadValve

broadcast a few days before it a writ of habeas corpus proceedingin shares., Good grove and land suitableto .

'.ease off, and the mayor issued .a pro- which he has been,defeated on several son.raise:Mrs.crops.S. M.Write Blanchard or call,in Alta-per- Motor is guaranteed to have more power and more speed

the occasion was set aside,'for the previous .occasions. He was
monte Fla.
Springs, than any other type of motor on the market. It will pull
I :damation 'about it, 'announcing 'that represented by' Dr. Charles Kennedy,

special 'purpose of ,considerin gthe a lawyer-physician. William Travers. ROUEN DUCK'EGGS for sale. Apply .- stronger on low grade gasoline than,any other type of motor

health of,the community, and calling Jerome appeared for' the State. Box 705, City. ever built and the fuel consumption is less.

+ on an.to take part The whole town A good carpenter wants work.
ROADSTERS. TOURING CARS, $950 TO $1650, F. 0. B.
Screen work General
was decorated profusely with banners COMMITTEE TO MEET. a specialty.
and "poaEera and inter repair work done with f neatness and ORLANDO. Catalogue on Request.
great public -
,> There, .will be a;meeting otthe Or- .dispatch., Give;me a trial.,Leave orders :, .. -
:e t.wU'aroused. at Sentinel. .
ange County Democratic .Executive .
Heap hDay began with exercises in : .1,
Committee in Orlando, Saturday; Mar
the largest 'school ,Seven .hundred I HAVE ANEW-HOUSE: for"sale on
22nd, 1913, in the. Court House at Hillcrest Ave. near Magnolia. Thisis
school children and all of their Cook Automobile
\.t' < . parents .10:30.o'clock .for the'purpose of" reCommending a/section'of the city that is rapidly Co.
.ailid fneads that"could get in. were assembled to'the Governor for:'appointment building up with fine homes and is one
: there.;_The health,officer gave of the best locations in. Orlando.;
..some person for, Solicitorof House has..eight.rooms and'bath., and! .
talk and Orlando
an ilIu triited on germs parasites Criminal of.Record Florida .
: -the Court and six' large closets, covered porch in ,
and the children then and there
Sidewalk street and to
transacting any other business :which rear. on rear
.ocfaaised for: 'fly-fighting campaign. before it door. ,.Electric fixtures throughout.
come >
Next V.series of blood tests-aImost may Street clayed. Lot 72 x 150. Will
: B. C. ABERNETHY, sell on accommodating terms. Call 1unItIInni.uunuuunuuuunuuunuunuuun: :
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oae* hundred of ,them-were madetaisong chairmanJOSIAHFERRIS for key at 601 Magnolia avenue, ..
the children, and in each grade Chauncey Holt. -----------------

the of the'teeth.and SIGN PAINTING !M66J "' --- 1 Iil
> tajlcs on care on ------ --
the. ,prevention of,malaria followed., WANTED-To. rent 3 or 4 unfurnish.ed Jack Preston will paint your U'
rooms with bath; for housekeepIng LIGHT THE
In'the afternoon, 'moving pictures ; orsmall cottage, near postoffice. sign on short notice. Good work. i

,allowed the. 'fly film to throngs of citi- Would lease for summer or a year if No. 10 Washington, street 14-tt

acne and children. .In the evening, the ppUUi can find satisfactory place. Man and . i i PATH TO PROSPERITYMerchants
wife only. No children. Address Sentinel I S S S S S '1 tC
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school children turned out in a big 7.... .. .c:;.-'" E-t" Orlando. Iw S \
a. .torchlight parade., They carried manyteanspre&cies \ ;< oS OMI 1 i .o.l VM. - .
; & WANTED-A good white cook '.wash TEN PER CENT OFF ;
with health mottoes, a= .1:1", who use Electric lose
/"II. 0'a: &:a. u e < : S : Signs never
o and"competed for. prizes. .offered bybWness -' G.. ,. .c; and iron. ,Good'place to the;right On
"men for this parade. 'The .t..c---'0 G e'u.. .e. party. Address 'P. '0. Box 299. WAISTS, 'DRESS MATER- : their way by choosing the wrong road to suc .4

stmfe crowded ..,i v t... to) *..IALS, LACES, EMBROIDERIES You fail new
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were all along the parade '" I' . cess. simply cannot to attract
z. J:' e pA ,A ..'..; 5 FOR SALE or Rent-House, five NECKWEAR AND ROSe :
a' .
route, and packed mass meeting fl o., ; ./ rooms and bath, 607 East Central r IERYHan&erekief S customers if you use an Electric Sign. It acts
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in,the city'hall took place at the e :.VGv. John
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drawing
doWof.tiie; procession.At'this Q. opIe&.c.o magnet,

,oJ ;, mass-meeting a prominent d, "=1:10.' ? b 1u f. t' O vUy3 THE SENTINEL reaches the people 'S Ready-to-Wear,Hats and Panama. .' trade within its reach: That is the reason

doctor, presided,' the .mayor made, an = e&iio. we Make known your wants through MISSES HAMILTON A they command the attention of buyers.
address, and all the city council:were 1 0 'w'''' & : CI this column. .
l -d. '. ., 1: ";: M. DUNN:, S
praemt. The prizes were awarded to "' daapooo: FOR SALE-Fogg's Altamonte Gold '
Florida
,the children, and then there, was one ( Z.- .! = . en' Yams. App y-to or address N. Orlando. t For Every Store OwnerNo

short,, illustrated 'lecture malaria ,n :: s biwp'a H. Fogg, & Co., Oak Knoll, Altamonte '
on ..
.. Springs, Florida. . ;
.hookworm, the fly, and'Nexi Steps in c E-t ,'joM. tie S ';.! I h vas orO , I' ,matter how small his business the Elec-
Gainesville's Health Problem." Last . FOR SALE-Pure Bred '
;':I' : & Duroc Jersey is the and
'u. ;! : tric.Sign cheapest most effective
of all, the sanitary inspector, who had E-t.cE-t.20.s., .. Red Pigs. Price $5.00, six weeks I '
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rn e w old. Apply to or address N. H- Fogg :
beenjrasy with the : advertising.Phone .
exhibited
camera,
< . : o = ut & Co. Oak Noll
g ' .. .. Altamonte Springs, WELCOME TO ;
b' a special set of lantern slides showing Ill rr..c ";u: ! t '" s Florida. 2t. I for our Sign Designer to call and sub-

'town actual--dirty insanitary. alleys conditions, open garbage in the ,M ...'.cv-tII",. ." aQ ca. J!: FOR SALE-THREE, GOOD .DRY LOTSIN RIVAL PAlM Ii IiI mit a sketch. ,
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sans,.filthy back yards, and so on. O = .&:a.u! s-Yom' ,." "M0: ORLANDO.GOOD'WELL WHITE BUILT NEIGHBORHOOD UP.. ONLY ,$OF.UO I No'Trouble to Us...No Expense to You. J

Gainesville, after learning what public . e.rn..eEvt..l! EACH FOR QUICK 0SAtE.. I10.M CASH BARBER SlOP I

,:health ought to be, saw' itself in "t) < :a :a : f'Et. AND LIBERAL FIVE DOLLARS PER MONTH. OR I
aa..sE-t DISCOUNT FOR CASH. ONLY '
'these .slides as it actually and I
was- HAVE FEW DAYS. Modem and Complete. :
V. M. MORGAN AT

the The result.school was authorities striking. the city of. WILLOLA. HOUSE U, Everything new, individual W T[ & lI T CO.

FOR SALE-FIF'I'EEN THOUSAND electric attachments at
: ficials and representatives of the university DOL.LARS' every
t' t OF EIGHT PER CENT PAPER SECURED . chair.' No stone has been left j jI
enlisted I na further movement BY ,FIRST LIEN ON ORLANDO I this I COOK WITH'GAS
untamed to make
; for the health, of the town and the REAL ESTATE, .IN SUMS OF ONE HUN., shop I
:. ''Survey," which tells ,of Health Day Bary1arians'OritntalArtStore' DRED DOLLARS AND OVER. IF"YOU meet th ereqairement.-of_ the :

\ ,says-itv but the HAVE SOME IDLE MONEY SEE ME AT I most particular. Plenty of.
v was beginning of''anew ,
WILLOLA HOTEL EVENINGS FEW I II
FOR. room. Courteous attendants.
Border.of things., A Health Daywith DAYS ONLY. V. M. MORGAN. ti I .

;these, novel features would be a ELIJAH ,WHITEHEAD, .
; good thing for any town in East, NOTICE Experienced'managers; Proprietor. ,
Latest Designs and Pat (man and wife)' want the management .
.West; North or South, and Gainesville tens IB Oriental Goods of European hotel, on salary, OranfeAveOrlando: FU.IK The Little Tea Room

?, is:,to be .congratulated; on having led or would rent good place. Address, *

_. ', the way-. Eipert; TailoringforLatiesaBd Gettknea Hotel, P.O. Box 672. Orlando, Fla. ,31 , ' : 105 E. Pine Street, Orlando, FIa.J. .
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Prepress 'Laundry for WANTED-By experienced man. Position .
,The fourth Biennial Music Festival I floral and '
White Folks Oily as landscape gardener '
f held at Stetson University in DeLand .' the taking-care. gentleman'splaces "AN, ,EXCLUSIVE.,SHOP FOR.JLADIES"ART ,
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t liaa just come to.a close- These 'entertainments Cor.Church and Court'Sta.I during summer, or,permanent, .BAZAAR AND WOMEN'S.EXCHANGE. FINE
not for a home, would live on place TUf'OAKIAND. ,
: each year are a rare if so desired, or as janitor of public HAND WORK. EMBROIDERIES, STAMPED

treat, to the music-loving people of , buildings.. Strictly temperate. Address GOODS., ,ORDERS,TAKEN;FOR-HOMEMADE

tMt.city.: Philip.Bunn, Orlando, Fla. .7t CAKES.CANDIES, JELLIES.
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.-.. I MAN AND WIFE, German, want po CAR. f ALSO CUT FLOWERS
The",West. ;Palm Beach public.school sition. Man capable to drive auto= -
.Ii- .rlland mobile and DAINT YREFRISHMENTS SERVED TO ORDER
,4 Arbor Day exercises were very elabc Osc around the very house.handy Wife with first chase tools THAT EVY lt

) rate,sod:each grade planted,tropical) ,. cook; experience, best of references 4 Agency

!' trees on.the, campus, and named the & Son. Couple, Care Sentinel 3t BTAUWCAnur '
COK8ETS
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L ,trees after some noted poet or prominent .. ,
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rt -- Sicceasers to EL Hand FOR SALE-New seven-room house \ ; MIS..:VAN" BUSS C6nMkre- .
.t man., : with all modern conveniences. E. ". '
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t'f' JiC The. ;_cornerstone h. :;Wee#of,Paled the new Beach,Cathoat tai- . HOUSE .FURf l' ''I WANTBDOmiaspect a.. at tip,e.. / '. .' .'. : i' .
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,..| 'prison sentence of "fledCeaheiiw : to ask'a question;I shall.be hafpy to
Thinking, deeply moment; she laid :
r eeovicted. ... secretary, of i'the American,!r : "
;_; ..Sfefar'Y. Re&iing Company,for fief rand.J'i l,"I.fear,'we should not get along well answer. Masculine voice (from rear oKioo
of hall) "If you haven't any other BANK i TRUST J
f You are too extravagant. "Extrava CO1IPINY
1 f :been iag-tinr.govensmeftt.commuted tors:of fine millions because,, has'oftlw gant!" he.repeated.."On the contrary, .evening company!,"-may Judge.Whenever I".see you home this I' I

;' .. ;:poor heeltbyof'Heike.Beets.all, I am very economical Why, I have to '
'how the 'legal department of this'be." "Then I can never.be your wife." you'-want painting or :: Capital _l 'Svpta art UtfriM Mfife $1.,.....
"Because -
I economical!
am he-.que:
,coanrty: becomes solicitous for the papering done in,
a first class man- Tllalla.1IUS
everTfcree-turfers f
ried. "No, she answered: "because aNfe .
"health. *
of some criminals. Only '
a have to .be." Boston ner, it will pay you to call on W" T. ..
;' i'year or so age convict.banker Morse, you Transcript Entrican, 283'East Pine street, Report. of the
} of,.New:/York,:was.released:from the ,. 1 Condition Orb.Ia .
'.U. S. prison at,Atlanta because it was f. w r and TraIt Coo, C
;-a &erted.he. could' not.live'six months From Report to Coate
c ;Bat now Mr. Morse has :since; then,I. I t 1 er Feb. 4,1913LRESOURCES '
, toured Europe and' is eoday quite alively
'corpSe ,in business speculations.So : y:
JUST
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) { long as this manner of conduct 4 Loans and Discounts ......:8lO
-1: toward criminals in'high places is' Orerdarfts .............. 19&13
i 'made'the practice we; shall have.criminals Stocks and Bonds ....... \\18.33
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high places. Fixtures ... .......... Z3.U
What does a member of the, sugar ,
refining combine,.or the oil combine My Spring line of Men and cq-V -ut Cash on-hand and in Banks \

:' ,or.the' tobacco trust'care for a fine! a.+ ;
Boys Straw Hats in all the
; They simply increase the price of their x'18.
product a little and the 'people pay newest shapes. Nice line. of I LIABILITIES
their fine and attorney' fees with interest Capital Stock .$00tv
t Panamas for $5. My spring Surplus and Undivided l' p. V

..\ 0 .Trouser line is now completein I' Profits 22,8
( A GREAT GOVERNMENT. I 1- { Deposits 537,41isso,3li,
all shades. ..
.That government,which is so stable new
; 'that the machinery of an entire nation

may be changed a day, and an entirely We invite the attention of our e\
different policy toward many. tamers and friends to our stateme\
z public questions established in twenty above and wish to assure them .thi
r lour hours, and the,business of thai Clark RobertsonSuccessor we appreciate their patronage ai

. nation move as smoothly along as if $ ask for a continuance of same. _
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; no change had taken place, and all the i1w ,Don't forget that our deposits
'departments of that government working M insured.
to Jerome Palmer fir Co.
harmoniously, leaves but little A cordial invitation is extended are"1
, room for ranting'of the anarchist or j i I visitors in our city to call and
,ievolutionist.S jI I Stales CeMnwil,Stale and tout,Depository. an account with n*.
It was this sort,of government: that L:
our fathers fought for and established_ 0 0
by the spilling of. .so much blood, and
\ ... the man would traduce,the good name
: of that government dishonesty-and '\ ..
infidelity in office, is a traitor to his THR NBWI$ A H T RB I HimimiMiiiii

country and an enemy to humanity. UNDERTAKER. ARMSTRONG I

'. IF IT'S ANYTHING IN ?!
No more the "Texas Tommy" holds The .ARTISTIC. PICTURE. FRAMER of Orlando ,
,'the center,of the stage, .Cor. South and Hughey Sts. DRUGS PHONE ,
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. The "bunny hug" and "turkey trot"have f I \
; ceased,to be the rage; WE BUY FOR CASH AND SELL FOR CASH: WE I DeLANEYCOMPANY DRill t
: 3 The" ," rizona wriggles" and the"grizl KEEP OUR'EXPENSES DOWN 'AND CONSEQUENTLY ,

:) bear".are gone, CAN KEEP OUR PRICES DOWN . ..
: .But o'er the far horizon:comes a new SEE SLAUTER'S NEW 4
: FRANK HYERS
f one 'marching on; Our Prone No. is -
x SANITARY QUICK DELIVERY.
: '11 product of old Lunnon;and the .. Manufacturer of Artificial ,
'votes, for women".bug, And -an ,Order will ,Have Prompt Attention, and will be SOIL PIPE CONNECTION Stone, Fancy Columns and Watkins Bonding.
And in bonoroi its fitness it is called Delivered to.Any Part of the City. Ornamental Wert f
the'"Bobby hug/ Absolutely Sanitary and used Livingston and Railroad Phone 678. 'ii
Charles!Hamilton,Musgrove. D. B. RAYBON, Proprietor ORLANDO, FLA. by all good plumbersMIMIIIMillillHIIIIIH IIi -


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NOTES "Cone,Let Worship Together. .
SOCTY In the morning at all.'the churches :.. t01. .' }

, : 'soiitestt.W.ei and in the 'Grand Opera. House, 'will .:. .: ... '\.:.,> :. \;: .. .: ' ,
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be religious services to which the public M .
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MINK KOTffiMfl_ -floorrr EDITOR people of eminent ability in each !"..,.\., . ,,. i ,,''1'.,: ,' . '.;t. .-..:'- 'j !&; .1... .. .
0 es N a/ RiMeace Nu er, ttt pulpit and excellent music rendered !, : ; >:.. . l' j :. t oo\.f ttt ;- .

9 Nodes for tM Social and woman. Department eaa 'MSoebtf by strong choirs., : :, c : '" .,;?"" ;, ; ; : ...t.:; ,
IPICIAL, N In the afternoon at 3:00 o'clock .aMass . ; ; !
..;,....'W Ease by either of the abort telepboMa, 1UO .
} \ v.aotb. Society Editor, ear*'Sentinel. Notko of Meial.functions meeting at the Lucerne Theatre -

'wilts......' ,Katherinn'ud other item of MeUl inUmt thoold beat at which Julius Caesar Nayphe
t'" .. to' devsrtaent Boon aa they* occur fa order that their newt .
...... will lecture and the Commonwealth. a
ftlM'\e ct Quartette'will sing. This,,will be'an
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rt, 'profit themselves and of none the should fail to. avail : .. : t .
opportunity.In
THE DAY :TEA TABLE GOSSIP .
TOPI I the.evening there will be preach: .

nld join ing and song services at all the .. .t.J ,
no lodge-
W Bing Solomo When a girl holds up a young'man churches. >.: ,

He feared onreturaing: at; the muzzle of a gun and tolls him '. ;"I.', '
: would wait for him, ,, '" , INDIAN HEAD ON ONE SIDE L .
if he doesn't her
A tbousn and stop '
marry going Methodist ; "
BUFFALO
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A o with that,other girl she will shoot Rev. Dr. J. E. Wray, Pastor. '- :
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him, she is to be congratulated. At Sunday School, 9:45. C. E. Howard I.,s, \. ( t ; 1 I i .
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Old Jonah amodest.chap'to least three judicial opinions to that Supt. i :- ,, '!' ; LATEST C6IN ISSUED BY ".
sailin'; fleet It in :. ':,7" ''' THE (GOVERNMENT. ..
- Aserer happened Judge Dike's Rev. Dr. Geo. Summey, of New Orleans t. .

HOn a ent picture-talk WhalinTleveUrid Court in Brooklyn Josephine Salva- will preach at 11 a. m. '.1 !;: :. : GIVENtof: ::' 'CHANGE, OR 'EXCHANGED ', :
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} "H Plain Dealer tore is a pretty nineteen-year-old Epworth League, 6:30. 'H. A. Hoff- .:t . ..' "..'..' FOR THE OLDSTYLE" .
Italian, the wife of Salvin Salvatore ' 'S .
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President. :
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VV4a) tow him She was arraigned on a charge of Sermon by Dr. Carolyn Geisel at '. '\. : .. t ... I
some '
carrying concealed weapons. The 7:30. Subject, "The Living Temple." '
went at last .
Bat on high Judge questioned her and she .'
w owned Anthem, "Unfold, Ye Portals, Gou
He going some. that she had a revolver, which she had .
"Poick." nod. Male Quartette, "Come Unto .' '
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G it'll hold yon for. .awhile. Judge all about it, as' this dialogue .Mid-Week, Prayer Meeting, Wednes- ; l'IsI pleasure l to''Wel tv* every ti re'lIroItil. I

"J. LORD, HOSTESS.. shows: "The revolver'wasn't loaded, day, 7:30 p. m.Everybody *; /r t f f
tfiil Nat home" was held on but. of course he didn't know that, andso invited. A cordial greet-

A afternoon by Mrs. B. J. he consented., As I was walking ing to strangers. S S

ibinson avenue in honor ofJones away from his house a detective saw THE'PEOPLES[ [ NATIONAL l BANK .

Lo i, of Birmingham, Ala., the gun poking" out of my dress and Imanuel Baptist Church
'ive house-guest of Mrs. arrested me. "And has he kept his Preaching at the Grand Theater

promise and married you?" "Yes, Sunday morning at 11 o'clock. This

it entertainment had been; sir." "Let's see how he feels about itsSalvin will be Rev. Parker's last Sunday in "llK Progressive laikH- Yew accent solicited

Salvatore court?" asked Orlando and member should
for the guests, who passed every
n.in games and guessing the Judge, raising his voice. A big, come as .he has ,a special messagefor + .

handsome, young Italian shoulderedhis them. The public is invited to i ,. ... . f' .. .. . .' \
M. refreshments consisted of de- way through the crowd. "Here Iam all the services of this church. Music : . .1.t Sr f' : ,

*' punch prettily served by Mrs. ," he ,said, .standing on one ,foot by the orchestra. I' f .
in embarassment "Are satisfied .
you -
Prayer meeting Wednesday
y berg.and ice-cream.and cake evening -
with your wife?" The man's face' at 7:30.
lose present were Mesdames I'
flushed with_pleasure, His,lips,bared I ,,
J ,:.Hammond..'Gore Wade. Terry c -
i -I -den- :, ---'r'Musslewhite Me over his perfect teeth in a broad grin.I{ Pentacostal Services : ; ;
Demons, ,
t "'She' ;
wife
the best ever, honor ; : <
', Cragh, Simmons, Feinberg and your There will be religious services in : ; ,
" ,
he said. "I certainly am. "Jose Pentacostal. Tabernacle on Amen .. : .
a phine," said the Judge, turning to the ,
'- ca street (South Orlando) for abouta ,' .
THE CIVIC,SECRETARY. young woman, "under the law you week commencing tonight, March n
|are entitled to two day's notice before
,
7th. W. A. BRAWNER.
sentence on your plea of guilty. However .
'
ere is a new official in Americans : 1
you may waive your right and
life--tfc "civic He Unitarian l
secretary.
:
be sentenced at once. Do you wishto
rtaefiti:the link between education Unity Chapel, Central avenue I
: be sentenced now?" "Yes, sir," corner j
,a life in the big; cities. ,For num- "Then I both and West streets. Rev. EleanorE.
congratulate you andI a
b of American educators have Gordon minister. j ,
,yean i
hope you will always be happy. Allow
y bo striving' to bridge the chasm that me to, make you your first wedding Subject of morning sermon, "Hap, r
Y .* ?seed 'to alit between educational : piness and Blessedness." '
present-your liberty. A ripple ROiicROS
iaenoea and,the every-day lives of of At 4 o'cloclcMiss.Gordon; will givean
laughter ran through the
tlapeo@le.. By means of:evening crowded courtroom, the pair walked address on The Associated CharitieL' -, .

:Molt, libraries, extension lectures, out.arm in arm and someone began to
; ;iii+ more recently civic, social and reerjUoBal hum softly: "Here comes the bride." Unity Circle on Wednesday 'afternoon ,

r : '?centers, much has been at three o'clock. ,

It has remained to combine .
a AT THE PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH I
'"' ; 'connecting educational forces FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH.Dr. .
: SUNDAY.
's one'active,officer, and this has

be t ttie accomplished .by the new posi- ..C. T. Douglass will preach both
Dr. d. W. Stkgg, Pastor. Are and
jamming packing our
t'of civic secretary,. morning and evening.
Morning Services. ..
"civic secretary" at Duluth, Morning subject: "A Vision of TVmorrow
9:45.
.'-Hi a.-, ,is':appointed, by the board 'ofwelfare' tendent Sunday W School. R. O'Neal at Superin-tf "- ; the Inspiration of today," at store, ,now taking advantage of the

j k of that city, according 11 A m.Evening. .
Business Mens' Bible Class -
9:30
,
to {formation received at the United subject "The'Conquest.of
Si M bureau'of education. He has Dr. Robinson Tucker. t vV..*. *x Romoth and GileadA: } at 7:30 p.'m.' great Shoe Sacrifice as shown by : J
Preaching 1L
eht of all Us, local social pastor,
g -cenWr Bible School at 9:30 a. m. Otto
Evening Services, ..
.wt> c. Plans.to seeure the sun sort I Link, superintendent -
'
: Christian Endeavor 6:30.
:Of, Acer are .reported to be under I B. Y. P. U.;,at 6i30: p. m.
7:30.
Evening ,
ty wa; in several other cities of the 1! All are cordially invited Strangers

t mi e west The. official may not 'Rs especially welcomed :
.. ;
, ,, *<- ." be aUt4 the. "civic aeCre tarr" MORTON NEAR DEATH. 1 ",. \ Y e. : dJPrice'sOur
j ,
the
,
k:flii functe to generally -" AT THE C TIIOLIC CHURCH.
pedal to the Sentinel
'; :
He Srganlies educational ex.: t t.j f"I.
t New York, March S.-Th. condition +-- ; If
'lA. :. n work; gives,intelligent and bt Levi P. Morton was pronounced unchanged -' Sunday School at 9:10 a. m. "'.;"-\. :-

.tyo thetie aid to play and recrea this m01'l l\1. He is suffering Mass meeting and sermon, 10 a. m. .

stimulates 'discussion of public\ from faardtning of the arteries Rosary and benediction. 7:30 p. ,m. .
entire Stock of Shoes marked
.r ; in short, he tonsblidates and hat b&n in a precarious condition
.
.lir the civic agencies of theunity '
tot
let several days. Subscribe In Sentinel
;; F v for the benefit' of all the ,- --- :
'(: ...-.ns.. .--- : down. to the Limit of Reduction for

: Superior, Wis., A "city exkik iit i- s

Id.t planned by ,the civic ecre-
t
who is here called 'M&ector of A Large _Assortment ofSuffiffleleS QUICK STOCK REDUCTION

tit uvic' ,center d p r inent." In this

city exposition not only the local Indus -

ries but the educational and .mu- The stock must be reduced $10000.0'0
.,
iidpal institutions will have ,an op.
alll
:;portunity to exhibit their methods and ew 'Sllin

'results. The exposition idea is in two weeks. Our RED TAG

x t mapped out by the director. There

lUl'be various social and recreational the favored PRICES will meet that end. '
HXSKyities, lecture courses, civic' and embracing most SALE ,

I :ward improvement clubs, and a clipping
bureau will be ,established to
arrived from
has our
weaves just
collect information on social: civic ,
1 and municipal matters. Dont miss this opportunity Nothing reserved.


SCHOONER DISABLED. Chicago: Tailors, t > -.. .- Shoes for everybody. Join the crowd to-day for your

!

Special to the Sentinel.- 1 share of the big ,Shoe values at .
V. & CO.If
'
. ED. PRICE
Washington, March 7.:With her 1 .
captain and one of her crew.badly injwed -

) by''falling rigging in a long

,.battle. with heavy' seas, the schooner you'll make an early selection, E. G. .DUGKWORTH'S

:"Sadie" is disabled off AssateaguYA : : ... .

., light house The revenue'cutter of style and, pattern let us take, "r ,
'OnO d p" was early today' .ordered
..to*her assistance. ,

i FREIGHT RATES ADVANCED. your correct measure for :. your : SbDeStore:


a. .ewetel to tbe'SentfaeL- Easter, suit.. We will guarantee, t

.- Washington, D..'C; March 7- Proyesed -

; advance! in the freight rate on you complete satisfaction. 1

!Beenaed:,oU from. St Paul .and Min- .. : 1 -. "
,' : aspolki Minm to the"South and West /! ,: Yt', Lj :} ' : .
- :
'':,i Oren held by! the.Interstate,.CommerceTtJpiitirrf'j .. '

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