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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 9, 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. ORLANDO, FLORIDA, SUNDAY, MARCH 9TH, 1913. NUMBER 2
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-3 1i" NAVY TOLD TO SHOOT" MARINES 'MEMBERS OF HOUSE COMBINETO MAN PROMINENT IN CUBAN ARTISTS VINDICATE CLAIMS FISHING FEASTING, BOATING, THE PUREST AND SWEETEST ..:..

;;- IF' ATTEMPT WAS. MADE HEAD OFF LEGISLATION FILIBUSTERING TO COM MADE FOR THEM AND MAN REUNESCING-TWO HUNDRED I I ROSES OF ETERNAL UFE- :

r.. TO. LAND FROM BATTLE EFFECTING LOCALINDUSTRIES. MAND LATINAMERICAN -. AGEMENT IS ENTHUSIASTIC PENNSYLVANI. A STORY FOR YOUNG ;

1, SHIPS.. EXPEDITION. OVER SUCCESSA ASS PRESENT AND OLD.

8p ial...to tile Destine Special to the SentinelWaahinpn Special( to the Sentinel splendid audience greeted the It'is the custom of the Pennsylvania The hairs of their heads which God

Mexico City, March,8.-It was announced .. March Democratic Havana, March .-It is rumored,I Commonwealth Male Quartette at colony in Orlando to have a had numbered were whitened by the :

today Provisional President members of the House from, states upon good authority, that the com-.1 1 their first appearance in the' Orlando 1, basket picnic each year'in the early i' snows that never melt. They addessI '

Hwrta,was considering the advisabll* west of the Mississippi river are perfecting mand of an expedition t Chautauqua last evening and the performers spring time and perhaps the most I)Jed I each other by those holy twins, '
ity:of making public the official correspondence a defensive organization be in the process of organization well deserved the warm ap Father, Mother. :

; of the closing days of the. against cuts in the tariff duties which against Venezuela and other Latin-I plause given the matter every num- enjoyable ever held took place yes- They had addressed each other thai

Madero administration' with the object they think may effect injuriously their American countries has been offeredto ber. Their program was varied including terday at Russell's Point. for fifty years. To them the golden ;

of showing that the late President local industries. About fifty membersof Col. Edmund J. Frederick, late both classical and popularmusic. I From .ten o'clock in the morning anniversary meant more than the receiving

r tried to incite anti-American sent!. the House are now entered into chief of artillery under General Max- The Quartette kindly responded I I until sun down the pleasant pavillion I of richly gowned guests, bear J

: nest throughout the republic. this combination and include members I'imo Gomez. He neither affirms or to repeated encores, two of which,' thronged with happy people, all intent -I ing gifts of gold as a token of their ,

j Among alleged orders given by Ma from all parts of the country. Lead, denies the report "I have nothing to "When Susie Spoke Her Little Piece" ; on making the most of the out. esteem, for the aged couple.
in this combination desire .to head ," was his only comment for pub- ing. A better day could not have been jl
derv, during the last week of his rule .ers say and "There Are Women, were especially Their faces were turned toward the
;t wa one directing officers of the.Mex-I''I. .free wheat, dairy products, meats, lication. amusing and provoked much chosen for the affair, and an out-of- golden sunset of life, as they recount
ican gunboats lying at Vera Cruz "to fall lumber from Canada, free, beet Cot Frederick is one of the best- laughter., door picnic in March was an unusual the experiences of a half century. (

fire immediately upon the American sugar, sugar and free citrus fruits known Americans who took part in The second half of the program treat for many not accustomed to led As ihildren they had attended the 1

.f .marine if an attempt is made to land and free ores from Mexico. the Cuban War of Independence. He opened with music on the banjo, gui Florida sunshine.In I same Sabbath\School. In the, silvery 1

forces," from the United States war They hope to'recruit strength from made an international reputation ,in tar castanets and piano, the quartette the afternoon the Newell Orches days of youth they had knelt at the ;

? vessels, "paying no regard to the expressed -I Texas which opposed free meat from handling the famous dynamite guns proving rare ability in handling these tra furnished lively music and boththe same altar and given their hearts to ..

purpose,of the American na-i Mexico. Louisiana opposed free sugar under General Gomez, and was the instruments as well as in their en- young people and those of moredignified God. 'J

TsJ.commanders merely to protect and rice; Florida opposed cuts in duties only American to cross the dreaded joyable vocal work. years danced many a two- In the promising hours of pouf $

foreigners." on citrus fruit and the Carolinas Spanish trocha, during the season of Among the selections given were: step, waltz and "Virginia Reel" manhood and young womanhood they ';

: STILL FIGHTING ON BORDER opposed free lumber. hostilities. Dudley Buck's arrangement of "When Not the least delightful of the days' had pledged their lives to each other ,

.- Should these interests unite Under. ,The Colonel is a prominent memberof 1 the Corn- is Waving-," "The brook" events was the delicious picnic din.' in the presence of and with the sane 1

:!Douglas, Ariz., March 8. Constitu-* wood i the Ways and Means Committee the Cuban Veterans' Association, ((piano solo), the "Sextette, from Lu ner at noon, at which the following tion of God.Together {

tie. a1i&ta, to number. three hundred attacked will face a formidable opposition and takes a leading part in politics na" and "Rock Of Ages." guests were present: Mrs. J. M. Clark, they had labored in 'the
Nacozari, eighty miles south in its efforts to reduce all tariff of the island. He is a member of the Miss Romaine Clark, Crafton; Mr. and rearing of the family altar end ia

of here this morning. Nacozari is duties to a revenue basis. Pressure conservative party, and stands doseto I Mrs. Reid Kennedy, .Homestead; Mr. 'keeping the heavenly fires agio*.
e e e i t i t e i t '
: ,.the southern terminal of EI-Paso and already being brought on membersof General Menocal, the newly elected 'I land Mrs. Samuel Jones, Belle Vernon; They had together passed through
: Southwestern railroad and is defendedby the committee by their colleaguesand i President, who is to be inaugurated: Today's Program. e Miss, Julia Wattles, Pittsburg; Mr. I that hallowed hour, the beginning ofresponsibility

two hundred Din troops. The some of the cuts in duties sag in May.It and Mrs. K. W. Daly, Miss Mary Daly, when the new born tt
\ ba e'tea',full of 'progress when Bested are. being' vigorously fought is not believed that CoL Freder- :' 3:00 Mass Meeting at Lucerne' Cbarleroi; Mrs. S. Fell Jones, Belle ushered into the world. Together thef
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break,'in' '
this afternoon. items in wool, cotton, iron, steel ached years ago he was offered a colonelcy 4 by Julius Caesar Nayphe. e Geo. Walker, Jr., Mrs. A. L Auld,I buds of promise through the long

Casualties ,unknown except' John ales It is doubted if more than these and chief of artillery under Madero Glenn, Madge and Louise Carson, hours of night and had safely guidei

l Watt***,, ;,Maaaftr Phelps-Dodge three bills can be'agreed on before in Mexico, but refused. S Monday's Program. e Washington; Mrs, Sadie A. Jones* them along the laborynthial. path ol
c Jftt lies Injured, probably fatally the convening of the extra session. Monongahelia; B. H. Emery (eighty.
'we* d ii;: Wires aftln cut before fur. THE SITUATION IN MEXICO '' 9:30 a. m. Bible Talk: Dr. Geo. '' four), Washington county; Mrs. life.With bowed heads and rendei

a\ titer details Enid be obtained. MISTRIAL FOR DARROW. Washington, March 8.-Until thereis Summey. Chas F. Redd, Pittsburg; Miss J en- hearts they had stood over the open .
'
r a far better prospect for peace in S 10:30 Health Talk: Dr. GeiseL! nit Roley, Belle Vernon; Mr. and Mrs grave and dropped the tear that

Special to the'SentineL Mexico than there !is at the present 3:00 Prelude, Commonwealth H. H. Bebont, Cannonsburg; Mrs. waters the rose of eternal life.

*.........i-ALIENS- TO WE MARCH 26 Los Angeles, March 8.- Jury, it tile time, neither the federal troops from Quartette. '. Mary E. Caiey, Pittsburg; Cora Todd, They had proudly witnessed ti*
,t ..'t'--. ea.e'of Clarence Darrow tried and 3lt Lectures: Mr. Edmund
3 the frontier nor the United States war Brownsville; Mrt. Luella Johnson, Mr graduating of the first born Into the
GfterMiH'WIII." no Loafer Inter. I barged with, bribing a juror in the vessels now in Mexican waters will ', Vance Cook. Subject! "Nineteen and Mri. J, J,.Thornton, Brownsville; great world of business-had stoolat
f"i'i Caaeef '
Murderers
: '
IcNamara can was dismissed early be withdrawn. Garrison announced Hundred and Now. Mary Walker, Coal Center; Mr. and the marriage altar again and wit

IseeW to 1M Sentinel-.. today after forty hours of dellberaion. positively this afternoon that troopi '' 7:80 Prelude, Commonwealth' Mri. Robert Caley, Anna M. Galey, netted the ceremony that gave the

'RI.mend, Vs., March fch.-Floyd The jury stood eight to four will remain on the frontier for the Quartette Beaver; Mr. and Mn. 0 R. Cooke, life service of a daughter to a .tAI-
for conviction Darrow immediately and Daniels asserted ,with! )i 8:00: Lecture: Dr. Brasbsn Sub Martha
''AIIt, leader of the outlaw band of present Carnegie; Ciughey, McKeei- wart young man. They were preset
ylue'sylue Md hif ion Claude Swanson asked for retrial and court let March equal poiltiveneu that ships neat ject: "An Evening's Journey" port', Ruth Thompson R. D. Hender again on the morning that gave to
This
Slit ai date within striking distance from Mexico Among tht Stan journeywill eon, Allot Hendenon, Weston, Ohio
AlleR will be esteemed'at the state ; them the exalted title of Grandfather
i' ,iIIt.aUtr, .on ,March 86, for their The four jurors who itood for acquittal will remain whore they are Daniels be Illustrated by sixty slides E. U. Ron Washington; G. N. Bow and Grandmother

',. t in the Hillerttle. court murder on listed they didn't question but denied emphatically any intention to made direct from the marveloui' in, Wheeling, Mr, and Mr. William Again they passed through that u-
what the juror was bribed, but be- withdraw ships of war. Steller photographs made with Hlgjrlni, Charlerol; Miss Brouirhton '
s Mareh ipeakably
14, 1912 Governor Mann refuekg I happy period of leading
,r tonight to commute the ten hived there was reasonable doubt ai In our opinion, the war depart a sixty-Inch telescope at the oblervatory -. Washington; A, M. Cheiney, Now and guiding new life, Together they
tome other person than Darrow furnlihed ., ment'i of In Mexico it on Mount Wilson, California York Mr. and Mn A. H Carmack
n tease to life Imprlf0ft ent. The men hope peace ;, had moulded these little minds, to *
win' the money wholly elusive and that the state of: Mayme Thornton, Brownivillt; Mr of
4 to hare died tomorrow, but the + This intellectual feast I.I is' holy reverence God and a loving
Gwemr. yetterdijr granted a respite American there U itlll precarious e great fortune and Mri. S. A Johnson, Philadelphia; service to man Together they earl

of three' weeks The .respite was REAL ADMIRAL EATON DEAD. The war department has no actual : Orlando piece of good that for the Mr and Mn.S B, Chalfont, Dorothyand this third generation put on the arm

ptftted to the Aliens n an Indication, news from the front, but dispatches Chautauqua it (is welcome.comeiai Mary Chalfont, Mr, and )Ir.. C. or of God and embark on the long

9 'Mt thu Governor would extend men IpwUl to The bntlntl from Wilson to the state department, .unexpectedly. . ai. . C Reichard, Drowniville; Prof. JohnA. voyage of life, '
Norwell Man., March 8.-Rear Ad. announce a revolution likely to begin Brashear, Pittiburg Mr and Mrs '
ere That rejection of the petition however ; And now ai they stood in the pretence
1 mlral Joseph Giles Eaton, U. S. N., time in Sonora and Coahulla. H L. Moorman
Augusta Ga. Mr.
means that the ease is officiallyelated any ; of God and the many good friends
I retired, who as commander of the These indicate that Huerta KIRBY SMITH IN TOWN. and Mrs. Albert Jones
dispatches Hazel
Mary
$ as there is no way by which I It : he had given them, taking in both a
h sin again be opened: transport, Resolute, in the Spanish- regards the situation serious and ii and William Jones, Monongahela; Mr, prospective and retrospective view,

I iMits Nellie Wilier, a mountain girl 'American War, informed Rear Ad taking ,steps looking to their sup- Many Orlando people remember and Mrs, B. F. Schomberg Altoona; it it not strange that that holy love
miral Sampson that the enemy's fleet Kirby Smith and will be pleased to
pression. Mrs. S. A. Myers, Philadelphia Mrs
to: whom Claude ; that from
Allen was engaged, came fifty years of devotion -
made was leaving Santiago bay, died suddenly - know that he is in the city visiting C. J. Scott, Marietta, Ohio; M. M should
an unsuccessful effort to bring to their hearta
lee at his home here today. Battle Begins. his mother, Mrs B. T. Kuhl, on Kuhl Cleaver, Beallsville Otis Kuhn
Governor ; Aleppo those
; Mann today with God-given impulses and endearing
final'plea
a Mexico City March: 8.-The battle
,
He received a medal of honor after
for, comMutation.* Early tonight the avenue. ; Mrs. Mahlon Linton, Beallsville; words, Father, Mother.
the battle of Santiago and retiredin began at daybreak yesterday, but Mr. and Mrs. Smith
was perpetrated a Mrs: S. Cooke, Early, Iowa Mrs J
; Nor
prisoners had marvel not that
not been advised of the they were .ob-
time the night
for
ceased during
1905. He served thirty-nine years. a surprise on their friends, for their Thomas
Pyles, Cambridge Ohio Mis
; livious.to
all
ueeutive others and
decision and,, under instruction forgetful of
Admiral Eaton was born at Green and was resumed early this morn coming was not announced.
I. J. R. E.
of the prison supertintenden sea J. V. and M. V. Me their surroundings. For God hail
no" one was' permitted to see them ville,I Ala., in 1847. ing.Carranza's As a young man, Mr. Smith was one Ilpaine, Monongahelia; Mr. and Mrs.C. willed it so.
forces numbered two
of the most popular in Orlando, and .
,until. ,tomorrow. G. McllTaine, Miss Mcllvaine, PittsI -
"- BIG FIRE IN WACO. thousand. Opposed to them were five he married one of the most charming burg; Mrs. B. V. Summerville, Miss
thousand of the best federal troops. ladies of the city, Miss Mae PROFJ. W. SIMMONS MANAGEROF
young I I Florence King, Mrs. Murry King, Mr.
TRYING THE Special to the Sentinel Not known yet whether Carranza was THE GRAND,
REMEDIES. 'lerdell, a daughter of Judge and Mrs.
and Mrs. S. H. Atlia, Mrs. Ida Galey
t, tadal Scnthd. ; Waco, Texas (,March 8.-Fire early Col. T. J.
to The captured. Result of battle .will; it is M. C. Rerdell, former prominent residents Watkins has secured tht
Charlana Galey, Pittsburg Miss U
:New York, March 8.-Dr. Friedman, today destroyed the Home building, a believed, tend to halt present secession of Orlando. In business and ; services of Prof. J. W. Simmons as
lian Kater Mrs C. S. Weiser York
,
the,German bacteriologist, held secret II three-story structure. The walls of movement in the northern states.: politics Mr. Smith was papular and I ; I:manager. of the Grand Theatre. Thig
:
Mrs. A.
D. McKean, Rev. and Mrs.
clinic this afternoon and injected his the burning building fell upon and I With Carranza out of the way, it will successfulHe ]I means that the Grand will maintainthe
R P. Cobb Lancaster
Mrs. J.
K.
marine turtle bacilla into seventeen crushed two smaller business houses,' be much easier to quell the upris served Orlando in, the capacityof : Smith ; splendid reputation establishedand
Miss Smith
Mrs R.
J. Mc-
patients suffering from pulmonary causing a total, loss of $200,000. No ing. I that nothing but the very beat
treasurer and prominent '
city was
Knight, Mrs. J. S. Campbell, Miss
tuberculosis' Many prominent physicians one was injured. It is expected that the next battleof : In the military ,organizations of the t Sara Smith, Pittsburg; Mrs. Hornipel, of clean and wholesome amusementwill
from all over the country witnessed . I importance will take place at Sonora be measured but at the Grand.
t Cleveland, Ohio; Jessie and Joan
the treatments: SUFFERED DEFEAT. where the rebels are mobilizing city.But Edmund Kirby Smith has out-I Moser, Uniontbn Mrs. S. W. Deems *: ,
Another test will be conducted to meet the federal troops who those in business 'and'is i .
grown days Washington J. H. Gatts A NARROW ESCAPE.
j ; ,
Glendale,
;, Monday under the Special to the Sentinel
auspices of the have been ordered to Sonora. .
j I First Vice-President of the Commercial
government when Surgeon General I I Mexico City,. March 8.News now' Schreve-|W. Va.; Mr. and Mrs. Jessie Allen, A lady possessed of a tongue that
National Bank of
Blue is reached here late this afternoon that C i e e i t e e .I Bums: T. P. Grant. Mrs. Margaret: ran like the statute of limitations
expected t
to
,attend. i General Garranza, the rebel leader, '. OUR MISSION I ,port, La., and prominent in many Galley, Charleroi; L W k"M .t mounted on ball bearing movement

in the state of Coahufla, had suffered S :--- large business enterprises. Mr. .and :I M. U Walker, Washington; Mr. and accosted the editor of the Sentinel and

THE BIG WHITE STORE absolute defeat at Anolo early this This paper comes to you as a' Mrs Smith, after spending a few daysin i Mrs. Newell, Maryland; Mrs Joseph tO'Neill demanded an appology for an "itemj '
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,Mr. N. P.',Yowell of. the Big White. morning.' The rebel forces dispersedwith friend. '* Orlando, will go to Panama, where i Fall River, Mass.; Mrs. W., Ii she asserted had appeared in the paper -
Jam'never his have friends.A t
gives., customers a let heavy loss and survivors are in It brings a message of pro- they S. Baleman, Newport, R L; W. Davidson a few days ago. Not until we took

up.. He seems to have forgotten that flight gress; it points the way to brighter M. D., Jersey City; Mr. E. M. off our hat did she discover her error,

beautiful :petition' "Lead us not into and better times. NEW LAUNDRY. Wack,. Niles, 0.; Sara Gaston, Frack,t then she was profuse in her apologia

r temptation fag m.n.gers," for lee.he and bent,his advertis i J. 'C, ROPER APPOINTED '. It tells of past accomplishment Mr.. J. Baylarian has leased the Meadville; May M. Watson, J. L. Watj j I:for jumping on to the wrong chap.

on placing and suggests newer and great- *. Hyer building on'\the -north:, side_ son,' Mrs W. G. Johnson, Niles, 0.; I. -.- .

of temptation before, the .people byway j r specie to Tbt SentinelWashington : er'futurer-for you,'for your family '* Pine strees,'formerly occupied by 011 1Maiylhvis I H. Marker,Emma Crist,.' I Smith, Oakland; Mrs. Hamiltea

; special sales. One .bargain day I 'D. C., March 8.- John *' .for your community and for White,,Front Cafe,.and,will:have':the 11'11'I I r; 1De Ralston .M. G. Gra- I Smith, Highland Park, III; .Mrs., M..
fellows close
on the heels of another C. Roper, of South Carolina was nominated your country room fitted,up.for a' first class:hand iham I Pittaburg; M., Hathawya, Fall'..T. Lyman, Somerville; N. J.; Mist Ha.>.

y tad prices are' made (attractive that today by:,President Wilson to Once yon. glance through Its *l laundry and is,now ordetfef ak efdp-.1 I Bier, Maas.,; J.. DeLaney; W. A.. Cnthberson, Pontiac, Mich.; Jean
people.' can not:resist the temptation I I'' 'wfll catch the erhasi- : 8W ;.L.n;. ,' Brownsville" Mrs.'ILB. !ictte: Pardie Kansas Mo. Guilds
be first assistant postmaster GeneralDr. I.pages,you me&t Mr..:BayUrian;has,aeeociaUd j g w,: ; :' City, ;
,to.Meet bay. :Charles P.,Nefll whose renom- asm ,of: this 'great propaganda--' ; with. Man_a'maD of_faeaM a**'.tweasy i M yw/Waahkgton. ; Dr.: :.,aod 'hers c:1 Happersett, Mrs. H. B. Myers, Mn.,|
Tuesday, Wednesday sad f ,There thousands of cities, iattela..;: !kat : Dint, .Phifeklplik .Mr.', T. 'H. A. A. Skinner, J...A, Kirkwood Mxi
r Thursday his,. ceet sale' l taation as:commissioner. of labor-fail : are years:experience.. _. Ay.." ... . ; -: 1 l *
tied and" . will is h1.J! latest j led ,of, coaarmtion .J fa 'the, Jut C! D- .: But There's No Place Like Or.. -* Mai'sad' l:_..Rllt no doubt prove as.popjdar e lando. ? waIt. ... 'A.. Crawford "J.-, ,.I 'Crawtaq& ' Peregnne, Miss Moon r
great,,is to bf ronomteated as, com- Beeiiee .. Daa raity.heyleDeiiia' fl. 'Tyrae; z -t: Douglas ai
.. as_Ua past eforts.; o elenei of'46or'a.. < S 'I' S e e t "e 't e ef ; ; ').- -- t 9Oi... Hi "..T'&'iiSkr;:Pik. Frank.'Williams, Orlando, Maybtle.

;) t I q'wI DtIIlaM" t+t. Mr'ash'Ifry;; :Hare. ;r. Yog.Pleoe' Walker_ Ripky, 'K.Y. .

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4 MONROE DOCTRINE !I CHAS LOBD J. K; BBAD8HAW, I I I ,
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the,Monroe doctrine,is giving this
. iLord & LOOk Look
: gantry:no little'concern now. A doc- ; Bradshaw
" +time which Wai'intended'I as a safe I .
{ :Vard. to 'the- 'United States'. interests I We wish to announce to oar friends, and the public generally ---

Itf been 'so".extended'and so. misin- i that we have formed a partnership under the I
ftrpreted that it has'become a men- UNHEARD OF VALUESIN
wi;sad a burden and the Congress4'the I above.firm,name, for a general I :
>
'United' States is seriously eon- .
adering the abolishing of, the doc- I i Real Estate and Insurance I -

=' tine that requires'us annually to in- : m
*?fere.1(Sooth American quarrels, I business and are centrally located in a ground floor office at No. | Shirts Hats Hose Sweaters
:
ad'compels,ns,to keep a large stand ,
lag army on the Mexican border line I 17.8.Orange Avenue, (formerly occupied by Hamilton &Dunn Ii

"*hold Grocers'in check. Millinery), where we*will be pleased to meet all our old.:.friends |
Henry Watterson pertinently says: Clothing
1 and to make 1
scorned new ones.
The ;warning was a piece
, ofofficious meddlesomeness, justified I ,
-:, Tinder a modern preservation of, theIjWiroe I Our list of city and acreage property is surpassed by none, *
doctrine; and now to, make -3 P Every day brings new features and greater opportunities fyr
i and we'bave some exceptional bargains. COME AND SEE Us. i
sick warnings mean something we I advantageous buying. It will be in
'moist. throw into Mexico more than money your pocketif
Lord & Bradshaw Ii
quarter; of 'a million men, sacrifice | Come
buy now. in and
you investigate.
sands American; lives,.squanJtt -
: millions .and millions of Amer- i 1 17 S. ORANGE AYE ORLANDO, FlA.I I
-
. an money/ and 'inflame, not only i......-_.......................... Service Price
A ieexiebut. all Latin-America intodiry Quality, Variety, are the things that recommendKallilor's

against,us.
"'Are we'going to do it!
'*0r shall we frankly disown the BRIGHAM & HILL

jo;alled. Monroe doctrine, or, as it New York
fcs now been distorted, better callW -
V, ;the:Roosevelt doctrine; for it',was NEWSAGENTS
Hk Roosevelt that the original doc: .
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f of, making us .responsible Orlando Stationery Souvenir and Curio Store Bargain StoreIf ,
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pow is." 1913 modelsMOTOCYCLES tMimitiitlMIMiiillil :n L fL 1.41 JI-9'dtiiil'HYHRYfHIHfi.
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'*::*Rosalind dub, will be held Mon. Manicure, Pedicure, Shampoo Tell your troubles to Palmer.
( ,4y'afternoon,at 8:30, I i FEEDFOR
Face and Scalp Massage. | He will get reliable help in any
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.H 'MARY KILMER, Parlor over Dickson & lyes store | line of employment
Secretary a corner Orange and Central I PhonelOSMttltttHiMilllllimtt -

.i Whenever. 'JOU..wut.. painting or Avenues.
LIVE( STOCKLAUBACH
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t, 'JfetHcan'228 East Pine street Seven H. P..Models, $250.00 CONTRACTOR. AND ELIJAH HAND
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*.Y;City. 3t.t ORLANDO, FLA. Agent for Orange County An Work Inducement.Guaranteed., >| Block Pine. St. Phone 35 !iMMMMtliMMIMMHMt pv'6 Shat, Plo e Ig
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:: .:..'.. WE GUARANTEE A CORRECT FIT.AND HIGHEST CLASS WORKMANSHIP. ;

WE HAVE SELECTED OUR STYLES FROM THE LATEST AND MOST APPROVED PARIS AND NEW YORK . I

.' MODELS AND THEY CONTAIN ALL THE NEWEST AND,'MOST PRACTICAL; FEATURES: OF THE SEASON

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;I r hee&toas, o' (.'dynamite, b and',at 3 o'clock p. m..He *
f i.. 'ed, into,the JJritiA tramp, ra ll"a special .sermon to men 0 : TO ASSUME THAT YOU ARE ." : BRIGHTER FRUITFree j
* ?Alum Chine,'in,the lower- v ".- t
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.o'clock.this morning, instantly using for his subject the Un-.,
j, from forty'to,fifty men, and Sin. : I you command the fancy prices, use- 't, : <
BEST. WE ARE SPECIALISTS IN
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five year boy !
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}: Alum Chine and, a line of work. Prof. Mooney t Electrical Wiring and Motor., Work .
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singing Evangelist is rend-
_ ,tug Atlantic, which'twice some_fine music, being,assisted NEWELL ELECTRICAL COMPANY IF YOU WANT
r t rescue of the imperiled seam Frances Bolton, the well* '
"set' on'fire and later sank. song'writer and poetess, who I ARCADE BUILDING To destroy the "THRIPP," use-
' ".ed States collier Jason,just traveled quite, extensively over 1 CHURCH ST.,
and,ready for trial, was ld in her line of work. Several
l deck and her, armor, riddled. : ters who are wintering: here are [p' PHONE, 280 *_ fj 11 Black Leaf Tobacco Extract
ings in ,Baltimore and assistance. the meeting.
miles away'were;'rocked by rybody cordially invited to at- Our new 1913 Almanac containing full \
. of the,teriffic explosion.
. 'The cause of the disaster information sent you for three cents -
j known .tonight: but federal
is your name, little girl?" postage. _n
ties have instituted .
vestigation to place the a ." "And what'is, your last The Best is the Cheapest
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cited survivors told ,hasn't got back from Reno see E. 0. Painter Fertilizer Co.
.'". some insisting that a negro Philadelphia Record. SO GET THE BEST OF ,
caused the explosion by '

:: is spike denied into by a case eye witnesses of L'i piece of lace" on my dress is Paints and Wall Paper JACKSONVILLE, FLA. j ..
fifty years old. "It's beautiful
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make it yourself?" New Or-
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minutes before the explosion. 'Times-Demovrat THE 1912 WALL PAPER IN SAMPLESIS I

.At,a late ,hour ,tonight' Shannibarger's big stock of GRAND AND I WILL BE ,PLEASEDTO ( u --,..---
of twenty dead had been tires. SHOW THEM. ALL YOU HAVE TO
morgues in this city and DO IS TO TELEPHONE AND I WILL
the hospitals .
were, in
BRING THE SAMPLE TO YOUR,. ,HOME.
the dead included theirty Bargains I \ .
and'checkers of the
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'dynamite company,_from'the=employed barge in ';to Real Estate GEO. A. BARKER PHONE 268 Fireplace Mantels, ..

Chine;,which waste sail for I I Tiles and Grates -
acres,of good land in good ,
eight members of the : .
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Alum Chine; six-.men on r
lake. Caloric Fireless Cookers
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Many'bodies, it is believed, ] acres'. first land. 5. acres MISSES Electric Pocket Hash, Lights,
f be recovered from the.icy Splendid location. 4500. : IAHIM& DUNN .
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European syndicate All in $1,500.
;: 60,000: acres of 'land in'F1, grove. Any Site Installed. .
100,000in Saskatchewan, large number-of business lots in have now opened their
developing plans to,colonize localities in the city, and .I.... ,--
,. class farmers '
better of
suburbs of the city at prices .
and rent;the:arcec to the .from $100 $1,000.. stock of new Spring Hals-
;: for 6 per cent of the E. S. PIERCE,
crops; raised imu'&lly. It' front home sites' containing
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Canada, and the making of
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particulars call at office over LATEST STYLES.
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1 liance. Without this, trust, modern business could. t 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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'South_ Fforida:: Sentinel 1 'The Sanford. .Herald, 'thinks. it. wily

z ite la+i6'.AND..WBKLTgUBBCBffTION )The man who uttered these words, be' necessary for the: Orlando newspapers EA'TERJEWELRY:

'., I uttered. self"'evident fact Yet, allabout ',to hang'together; or.they. will I :

i ULTMi .us' we:;see men who live ,a lie.They hang separately.
,- [ pretend to much but in their:own :Now, Brother Holly,, you ought to
s- THE DAILY SENTINEL hearts know their own littleness and know that the ,Orlando papersv.have ATE
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. ssostli.. Daily ui,Sunday.H sham.; apple tree and we are going to organize ,A-':-:',,,

Ortawfe Homing Se tlad caa b. found A man may put on along tailed the harmonic,, quartette with ., .,:......
r sale In OrUndo at Cant A TNeaTa Book coat, and a face even longer than .this Messrs. Keller, Howard, Benedict and -
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tort.Wt>> '. garment and go to church and officiate Ferris as the members, and to make

will appreciate'' prompt complaint if 'as the highest in rank. Yet, if everything harmonious we are goingto SPRINGTIME IS IN THE'.NEW JEWELRY -

firs>. tVivery.h not propgly ante by,our carrier his secret action belie his professions make Mr. Keller, basso profundo, AND SILVER.' FOR' THE EASTER

Adcntkinf 'ratet wfll'.be,garnished on ap- openly proclaimed,' this lie will com- Mr. Howard High tenor galoro, Mr.

1 JIeat1oo.. pass his downfall Benedict, basso sonoro, "FightingJoe" GIFT YOU WILL FIND' HERE. :MANY' .

THE WEEKLY* SBNTINEL' One,of the rarest powers possessedby low speed tenor, and this quartette DESIRABLE ARTICLES MODEST .
/ ftr year, by rnafl,'peatan.paid ..$LOO ,man, is the power to state a factt will unite in a chorus that .will }' "
PRICES.
: HNTINEL Orlando Florida.et \
address THE [ _,seems a very simple thing to. tell be heard around the worloV .l.> .. "', I
Bafldinc
107 Covrt Street, Arcade ,
Phone U the ruth, but, beyond ,all question, Don't count on the newspapers splitting '
there is nothing half,so easy as lying.To up on any question involving the LEATHER NOVELTIES '

ys J.. ,P.. SCHUMANN, .Emir :comprehend a fact in its exact good of Orlando, for much like law- '.'.
JOStLE FHUHB. Preprietor. length, breadth, relations and' sig- yers, they wink when they scold each .. \ c" WE ARE ALWAYS".ON': THE ,LOOKOUT

nificance, and to state it in language other, and then ,get together in the FOR THINGS NOVEL IN LEATH. .
SUNDAY;MARCH 9TH, 1913. '
.. that shall represent it with exact fidelity back room and hug and kiss after the ER.

)'are the work of a mind singularly show is over, with as much affectionas -. !
.l } Our winter is coming feet foremost. gifted, finely balanced, and thorough- ,Mr. and Mrs Newlywed. PURSES, BAGS, FOBS AND SIMILAR .

a J practiced; in that .special 'department o' ... ..' ARTICLES ARE USUALLY FOUND '"

The Chautauqua' instructs and entertains. of effort COMMISSION. GOVERNMENT FOR .,,' HERE WROUGHT FROM THE FINEST 1 ".

. .. R The greatness of Deniel Webster PENSACOLA ",:, ,.;,; SKINS-SOME AMERICAN AND SOME. 'f.-;:.',..'' .- .:"", ,',.: '

w. L 0v :was.more apparent in his power to FOREIGN IN ORIGIN.T.H.Evans :',
1 Never.a better time than now to.in- state. a fact, 'or to present a truth, The voters of Pensacola have decided -

.:test in Orlando real estate and a sure than any other character of his gi- upon commission form of government
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: fcvestment.it will be.o gantic nature. It was his power of
for him his forensic Two forms submitted and the
-- truth that won were
: ,Cheer' up, there is only one Money victories. Whenever he was truest to voters wisely selected the best from

morning;in each week. If there truth, then;was truth truest to him. both and it is believed that they have the Jeweler

Were two, how killing it would be. Webster was' a man who implicitly, a good form that will work out satisfactorily ,

o believed invthe power of truth to take, to the people.

?Y The moving'picture show has taken care,of its self when fairly presentedno Each form submitted, like a bill OPPOSITE POST OFFICE
tfee place of the old family album difference against what odds., And I in Congress is known by the name of

-. feat used to rest.on,the parlor stand. he says that every failure of his life: the man who fathers it and the form

s a grew out of an effort to make ,false- adopted is known as the Semmes = -

Every now and then. .you ,find a hood look.like truth-a field of effortin I Charter. _

,joung lady who prefers single blessedness which he seldom endulged. The decision is regarded as best

;j: : to a, state ":of double .cussed Truth. is...a, sturdy fact that comes :from the commission governmen(
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Bess. along and knocks at the door of every point of view, because it gives 'the
Y- man's heart. and asks admission tots city a charter which curries out the SILK STOCKINGS

It looks funny to see a..fifty dollar rightful:home. But the bigot, the .commission idea in its most acceptableform

c team' pulling a $2,000; automobile out self centered and the man of evil and at the same time, adopts a
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ef a mud ,hole, but 'they sometimes puprpose seldom admits it But inthe public utility clause which will, it is

to it end, truth will batter down the ,said, prove of great value to the city.

-0' door that hangs on faulty hinges and This clause gives the commissionthe
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the good roads propositions, now Then why should not newspapers of public service corporations and For Day

;. ,w del. discussion is-- lacking-in inform I publish'th exact turth, fearlessly for also to build and operate such utilitiesfor

A ittion.x .. truth's sake? Why .describe in glowing the city.UNIVERSAL. I I

3 0 terms that which we know to be a and

r Almost 'anybody" can make 'us believe fraud'or a makeshift? Why color SUFFRAGE PASSES

,:we' are. right but our own ,conscience fo suit the taste of those who becomeour SENATE '

must' tell ,us when we are masters by' the use of.a. few paltry EveningWear

f rrong. dollars? If the power of the pressis A private telegram announces that

1 0 to maintain its rightful position the Senate bill providing for universal

:. .r .. .-A good .name"is "more''t'to be. .desired, along beside ,the p;: pit it ,will be by suffrage. has passed that body I by.,"a
'item' : great riches,' is a motto thaievght adhering to the'exact truth always. vote of'31 to 15., '
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: to:be inscribed"',' 'on the. breast of The, newspaper that is in the right, This same bill passed the House

veryyoung\ ,man. battling for the truth, will win, re- some months ago by a vote of 81 to

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; The'opulence'of Florida is so great be.> made against it or the hypocritical This is a decisive victory for the !
feat she stands in danger of sitting maneuvers of a designing competi- suffragettes and while it will be necessary -
down in a self,satisfied mood and let tor. Truth for truth's sake: Truth to resubmit this bill yet the Our Personal Guarantee

spportunity pass by., for the. sake of the God of Truth.Truth persistency of woman will no doubt

aThere' [ for the sake of all that is good increase sentiment and accomplish Accompanies Every PairMarion

_T is undertone of firmness and holy in man. great things.
: n' Orlando real ,estate' and oranges11at o
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it''is not hard to explain to the GOOD ROADS GERMAN CITIZENS FOR FLORIDAA .

person who thinks..
B. Ives
a o. Bonding the state for good roadsis colony of forty German families
Those beautiful pictures in the seed
.. a question on which people may have bought lands near Dade City
.catalogues, appeal to the city chap honestly differ, but that some'method and are preparing the land for the
I and he'begins to,think of joining' the"back must be adopted for bettering the culture of strawberries and citrus

""' to the farm"' movement roads of Florida all men must agree. fruits. EXCLUSIVE MILLINERY PARLORS

a The' proposition to bond for $50XM,000 ,- Germans are great people for the
fi Trusts are now hanging by a thread. is the only concrete proposal developing of a country. They are
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The government has filed suit against the best farmers in the United
that has been upt up for consider among Second FloorPOLE
fee' Thread Trust,'and the
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price States thrifty frugal and law
ation. If any man has a better plan, are a ,
is now scheduled for a raise. people. It is that class of '
or thinks he has, let him proclaim it abiding ,
o and the newspapers will discuss it so people who are needed in Florida.
Those peanut politicians who are that the people may understand both I -
korrified at the placed in the
power propositions.But Evil news rides post, while good FINDERS ITS PATRONS.
lands of Mr. Bryan by President Wilsea -
that systematic road buildingis news baits.-Milton.,
are nnneccessarily ,solicitous.A ., -
the demand of the hour, and a liv- o

e ing issue, in Florida none can deny. Dr..Cook's method of dis- A patronage extending from the
letter .from a Minnesota man Anyway, north to the south pole is a distinc- BASE BALL
The. Sentinel has been dissecting
fi' with a name as!long as,a yardof, .roses Braxton Beacham's articles in the covering the(north human pole was not so destructive tion to which few hotels aspire, yet
the
; lays he is looking for a'place to start life as plan such is the claim in which Clifford M.
Tampa Tribune and finds much of
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adopted the officers in
r'a dog farm., Now wouldn't that bite his by English Lewis, manager of the Hotel Powha-
merit .in plan. If $50,000,000 of for the south
searching pole.
) tan, Washington, D. C., takes great
< ? OU'o' bonds were:,issued that'sum mouldbe o
ample, but the issue would not pride.
: have'had lectures But if all women, the unmarriedones Columbia
We so many late. need be placed on the market onlyas Although the Powhatan has been Collegevs.
married and how too, were to be called "Mrs. the
ly on people to man- needed, and thus interest would'n t 1 opened but three months, pages
see husbands, that we expect ere long accrue only as fast as value is re- as a Chicago woman says they shouldbe of tti naWer'o... the names of

,;r its\bear some one lecturing on the ceived, and if the whole issue were .how would men be readily able I I Rear-Admiral R. E. Peary, discoverer .
Reveries of Bachelor. to know whom to woo? .
a of the north.pole, and Captain
not needed, only that portion needed
o would be offered,which would be the o I Amundsen, discoverer of the south Rollins
A Pennsylvania a Dutchman who has amount of.our, indebtedness.The According to the statement of his I I pole and,as .if.to cement the two, in College

been touring Florida. says that Or- o press agent, Cy Cline's name in a: their expression of approval, is found

'a, sage county has more acres suitable household word over in the Phillipines, the name of Cot George Goethals,
to>general agriculture than any county little boy in Sunday School at but the natives haven't seen him in his builder of the Panama Canal.
in the state that he has visited. least had an idea, when asked what I i I.
long ministerial robes or they mighttake of of social Monday March 10
Many names
was the golden text, he replied, "he persons ,
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: o him to be a missionary.Those the
prominence also apPear on regis-
that humpeth himself shall be
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tM .In 'the papers, for a hardware young and vigorous democrats -Ex. AndTuesday
'" .feeler advertised a nickle coffee pot o' who have been voting the ,
t and when customer: called for i ite it The Boston Globe tasks: "What straight ticket all their lives and I
would first is should A special meeting of the town council -:
found it cost a dollar. you do somebody never received any reward save "hon-
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{ f what' others 'would do but know bid of the Florida Banking Associa-I
has we I .
Brother Holly says that Sanford i has come for something more to their
.every thing fixed and Is going to takker that we,would disbelieve. it. liking. tion of Jacksonville on:the $40,000 issue -.

celery patch .and go 'off 'in, one o o of corporation bonds io'be floated
> for the purpose of erecting municipal Winter -
? torner by herself. All right,'gentlemen Then in years to come it is doubtful Representative-elect Emmett Wil- electric Parkrf
waterworks
and ,1ippl ts.
of the:jury.,;If,it is fixed it is if there'"will be any descendants son left Pensacola Wednesday for The Jacksonville association has'offered I

.fced. ofGen. Rosalie Jones' army to proudly Washington, :where he will on Tuesday the. 'highest bid 'so.';.far'gi:, is' forthe r::: AT'.S P., M..
a say, :"My mother marched from begin his duties as Representativein rf '
bonde\he oowcilaia'are ooa
a Strange We.do not:all,agree on the New York Washington; in 1913."' Congress from the Third Congressional fideat,I?;the bends;:are: ..now..:.pnetiealy :: 'Ai i iII'5ie.'aM: SIaM Freersecd'
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,witter of a'new constitution for Flor o District of Florida. Mr. Wilson 'r ', '
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: sold.. .March 15 kfce .w.IIt"-tM 1 .; : t } _
w.Still', we. are all anxious'.to'fur- Some 'one discovered that" the iob- has, selected' Jefferson D. Stephens association for;a'flat! decmfe* fe-DM : ; foithe'
: Inter-Collegiate .Champion-
Il bh.this'great. State the best government bleskirt is,liable.:to bag at"the'knees, of Marianna, as his. private matter.-Mfltoa; Mete a tUHMbiM.. ,(

..: ;, :. ,' .that can be .afforded any people which. is'likely to do mOre .to ,put.,it secretary. Mr. Stephens served Representative -,,1' t. '. ", ., \. ; .:- : : :' ; hip- :of; ;the State.

(-"- "tad no harm win'come from an.honest out of business' than anything" else D. H. Mays'as private secreWANT _'J-/1JI..; : ;. :'..', . <" -'- ,'. .*_>" .. ., .**,** . --,; -

f:t ;ecBCfiion. ;-''of.the__ :miller., _' .that h s,been attempted. tary".for four years. l' ; ...'- "'i -'.'- 1:.,'-e' -"'" 4
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Yr nary values in SHOES for those dies' neckwear, can be had here

t- that want, values and are not so at about one-third less than you

% particular about being right up are in the ,habit of paying. If #j'

t\,"- "HOSE to the minute in style. you don't believe it, ask to see '

r Y - ; Shoes worth $4.00, $4.50 and them. You willnot, be urged to
$5.00. all go at $1.98' in this lot.buy.. You won't have to be 51

Ask to see them, you may find urged, the prices will induce you.

' ; MEN! WOMEN CHILDREN' just what you want, and save We want to call your attention ',
half the price. We also have a to extra values in
: ________ _ SELLING YOU YOUR SHOES AND HOSE WILL BE AN line some Ladies
complete of strictly UP-TO- Muslin Underwear, and for' the
EASY TASK FOR US, WHEN YOU COME TO SEE THEM. THE-MINUTE Shoes, and we next week we feel sure that we ff

T I THEY WILL PLEASE YOUR EYE. BUYING YOUR SHOES know the prices are right- or we, can make it worth while for all
i: IItu would not be selling so of
many to
F i AND ,HOSE WILL BE AN EASY TASK FOR YOU; WE buy a supply for some time to
them.
Ir Ask your neighbor about come. Also in Ladies colored
: 4 .HAVE THE STOCK AND GIVE YOU FIT AND,COMFORT, BOARDMAN'S SPECIAL" underskirts we will make the

s AS WELL AS STYLE. OUR SHOES AND HOSE' WILL shoes. They are positively the price seem as though we were
best that money can buy at theprice.
j WEAR A LONG TIME; AND OUR PRICE WILL SAVE YOU giving them to you, as we have
F, too many, and must get rid of
'i. o MONEY. All the New shades of Velvet "them.
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? Sha mibarger' for bicycles and The' many friends of Father Fox '
-:'< undries. !:!;were pleased to see 'him riding out
::1, WADE :again yesterdany. While not yet fully -
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THE TUNER Mr. and Mrs. B. Atkinson left yesterday recovered he is gaining in strenght
ORLANDO. FLA., for Jacksonville enroute' to' each day and is able to attend to his -

their northern home. i:duties again., I! Mondaj Tnesaj J n Weuesay i J t tt

bi Mr. and Mrs. C.T. Spencer will go, Mr. J. B. Steinmetz and Mr. Lee I IJ -
i, Money to loan on improved. property down to St. Petersburg Monday,J Loraine, of Wekiwa Springs, spent f ,
S., Y, Way.. ,
;v where they will spend a week 'yesterday in the city. t
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,Arcadia will do' $4 ,ooo worth of Look ,the Sentinel over and if you Mr. M. E. Bishop, a former cashierof ,
,.brick street paying this summer. are, not already a subscriber, have the State Bank of Orlando, but fora :
$, ,-----, your name added to the, list number of years with the Live Oak
Mr.Burgo Wfllett, of Maitland, was Bank,has accepted a responsible posi- Yowell'sThese
;: 'in; Or1a yesterday shaking hands Mr. W. S. Branch made the show tion with the Heard National Bank,
; with his many friends window his book store very at.. of Jacksonville. I
i : ,-' ractive yesterday with Easter greeting . -
; i IupecfShuw rjer'B. big stock of decorations. Money to loan on improved property.
i: ;Bicycle tires. S. Y. Way: ;
)". -- It is, rumored that Orlando will 1}
!: i Mrs. D.; C.',Thompson leaves' today'have .a new hand .laundry on Pine Dr. B. A. Emmery, of Washington, l
:for, Plant City',and will .return' on street This convenient. location Pa., and Mr.'Albert Jones, of Monongahela : :
3 :,Tuesday.p' .;" would get:business., City, Pa., are the guests of the DIMITY AND CREPE( ( SPREADS(
-.11Io !Dr; John .A., Brashear, the noted Keystone, j
it'sto be
Wet (dry, sink or swim, scientist arrived in::the city yesterday
*.Barney county, in all events says the 'afternoon-and, is a 'guest,of Mr. and. The Florida Real Estate and Investment .
:' Sanford' Herald.. Mrs: C.. C.v Reichard on Lucerne. Circle Company, which has been doinga I
----. .#; large business during the past six are full size double bed spreads f
> Mr. N. P. Yowell has been spend"ing months, have brought many new set- ,

several,daoys at his store at West MisseS'0'Nea1,1Hyer r-' et: ,and,Branham, tiers into Orange county. They are the kind that will need A
c the East Coast.' no ironing.
.,1'elm'Beaeh. , on of Orlando,motored'over Friday to be now negotiating one of the largest I I
t(! .j.- :guests of Mr.:Frank' Smith, Sigma Nu, real estate deals in the history of the .,
M;. D..B.Sphaler, H.. C. Hammond, value
-t and,C, H,1 Nelson, of Taft were in the during the fraternity feStivities.DeLand county. great at regular price,
..... 'I $179'
Record., L- ; I
city on business:'yesterday. I
these 3
For
and$2.50.
-, Clarence Thorp closed his engagement $2.25 days
,Mr. Bates,,proprietor of the .Alia- Mr. Frank Adams, owner of a fine: last night with Cot T. J. Wat-
'monte(Hotel was' in the,city. ,y ester- orange grove near.Maitland, and for I I kins aS ftanager of the ,Grand Theaterand III
,day transacting, business. nearly forty years a resident of Orange left for his home m Clinton, Ill.
P county, was in Orlando' yester-:. Mr. Thorp during his short stay in ;

,1 Henry M. 'Wolcott, American Vice-I day on business. this city, has made many friends who .
Consul General to Mexico City ,isj --! will regret to see him leave the"city, )

visiting' relatives-in the' Arcade. Money I to loan on improved S. Y.property Way.W. . but next the fall.hope is that he will return Plain and I F Fancy I J Plaxons I I ,

The tomato crop on,the East Coast
T. Entrican, of Chicago, an experienced
is so'iarge'that.faneies ,are selling at Mrs. Louise Brooks Smith has our
one dollar per crate f.o. b. Miami: painter, has moved to Or- thanks for a year's subscription to These are exceptional values and be
lando and will engage in general can
the Weekly Sentinel, which goes to ..,
i Don't hesitate to boost 'good thing. painting. Read his ad in another col- her brother, Mr.,S. A. Smith, of Connecticut -
had these three
Just now, we are boosting the deli umn. Mrs. Smith has a pleasant days only.. Regu11 A
the Ar- home on Concord Avenue and while
r.. Dr. Frank Parker, who has beenin .she spends her summers north, she is lar price, 20c, Sale prIce.- 11 v
the city several weeks conducting very fond of Orlando and expects to
[)lr. and Mrs C.E. Hayes, of Washington services for the Immanuel Baptist spend all her winters here.
: ,D. p., who ,lave been spend church, leaves tomorrow for his homein

ing ,the Winter here, left yesterday Massachusetts. Mr. J. C. Murry, who has been in
for their northern home. Orlando for some weeks past, started Monday Tuesday and Wednesday ,
Capt. S. Maxwell McIntyre, of Altamonte. northward yesterday. He will stop a ,
/ Mr. F: 'N. Boardman and'' family, Springs, was circulating few days at Jacksonville before departing -
now occupy their beautiful new>,home among his Orlando friends yesterday for his home at Harrow, On
near lake' Eola. It is one of the Mr. McIntyre at one time. owned tario, Canada. The Sentinel will bea THE BIG WHITE STOREON
jleasantest homes in the city much valuable ,real estate in Orlando. weekly visitor to his home in the
r far north.A
'Lakeland and Plant City report "Mr. and Mrs. Edwin ,L. Spink and ORANGE AVE.
large shipments of strawberries;'prices nephew, Master Danforth Edwards, non-resident subscriber writes: ,
being right around fifteen cents of Providence, R. I., who have been Are there any honest real estate
although some sell "lower. This has spending the
I ,been a great year for, ,strawberry Springs, started yesterday for hoime, answer, sure brother. There are one .>,
growers stopping at Jacksonville enroute. or two so crooked that they can not --.4
lie down in a round house, but most Whenever you want 'painting, 01))I
of them are honest and will give youa papering done in a first class man ,-
square deal ner, it will pay you to call oh W. T.1
Entrican, 228 East Pine Street

I If you think you know all about ,
Calvinism, or if you know but little Mr. and Mrs. R. 0. Whitney and McCULLOCH'S't
iou fIVE.NO[ 10AWhat ( about the great reformer and his Mr. Geo. H. Wilson, President of,the
teachings, you should go to the Presbyterian First National Bank of Mexico, N.: Y.,I DEPARTMENT STORE
I church this evening and hear are visiting in the city as the guests

$25.00, in Clothes money what the pastor Dr. Jno. W. Stagg of the Orland Hotel OPPOSITE POST OFFICE r
has to on the topic: "Calvin and
can do for you until you see the say "
Little Children. Money to loan on unproved property.
...r. S. Y. Way. "THE: 'HOUSE THAT MAKES THE PACE" .
MODELS
NEW SPRING *
Mrs. 'J. L Draper, who has' been -- Y

1 art ScWher .'& Marx spending several weeks in Orlando CRAMERS FOUND GUILTY. d
, left yesterday for San Mateo, before The T Irresisti Magnet
You can,get some, very excellent l things ,at going to her ,home in Northampton, Special to the SentineL .
'don't Mass. Mrs._Draper has been spending Chicago, March 8.Charles Cramer i.
less than,$i$ and at more; 'we
her winters in Florida for several and his wife, Beatrice'Ryall Cramer,
want to ,limit: your years and many friends always look were found guilty,today :of the mur- THAT ATTRACTS BUSY BUYING
The kind of clothes you want forward to her return in the fall with der of Miss Sophia Singer, of Balti SATURDAY ,CROWDSAT
The kind, of' service you'll like a.great' 'of/pleasure. more.- Cramer was' sentenced to life
-, imprisonment and his wife to fourteen
THE BIG BUILDING IS THE COMBINATION OF
Q f Mr; W. .R. O'Neal, 'postmaster at 1 years in the penitentiary..
Orlando;_a.recent candidate for Governor <. _.. SUPERIOR QUALITIES IN SEASONABLE, AND DEPENDABLE -
SCRII&GS.& & DICKSON. , '
I on,the Republican ticket, one of .,The Flseiia.- ,' .-petito-" :.-crop- that, ..'will, MERCHANDISE ,AT ORLANDO'S LOW,
-t"
r the ,main springs_ of Rollins college, be marketed! doing .the- next', six .ESTPRICES'ALWAYS.' s.
:
1 and,one: of the'leading Masons- ltI1: eState weeks;will emceed the'potato"crop,oft

-tHEM..." - : ...N. S OUTFITTERS- , ,: was a visitor in Plant City Tuec&y. ... -_"Xaf E' "M-,' t t" 'foi-thnt'" ,. .. -" ,.....
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; :< BUSINESS- , BOOSTERS- --- miiiiimmiiiiiiimimiimmiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiii
- m MSflfssmittMeiE ttSTOIS KOflE CLASSIFIED
,: .. >Bnsines. Boosters(classified advertisements j
t ....;...,;.., TODAY A FEAST DAY. ) 'received .after 10 o'clock,
midnight, will be run in the "Too Late
,THAN TwEN'1'Y' -FiVE'STUDENTS to Classify" column.. -
'"Come, Let ,Us_ Worship: Toret aer." ,Boosters of five lines, or less-ap
;; '', !ALRZADY'ENROLLED- In the morning at,all the,churches proximately ,mords-one 'time,. 25 'BUICK: :
MANY OTHERS L EXPECTED .will cents; three times 50 cents; one week
and In the, Grand Opera .House, (six daily and one weekly .editions)
:NEXT WEEK-THOROUGH; :INSTRUCTIONS be religious services which the pub- $1.00; one month, $3.00.F.OR'SALEGood .

'IN MANY DIFFER- lic has a cordial invitation. Sermonsby
of'eminent ability-in each Horse, Carriageand
: people .
SUBJECTS. Harness. For
; ENT 'work on driv-
pulpit and excellent music rendered ing. Apply to Wm. Halloway Winter The Car That Sells '
J The Orlando Business College, located :.by trong.choin. Park, Fla. '12t .

it in the Hand Building: on In the afternoon at 3:00"o'clock a By the Car Load
BUY a lot in Thornton Park, a nice
Church street ,has enrollemnt of the Lucerne the- '
an Mass meeting at suburb in east part of the city. Carl
s' more than-twenty-five. students. Some atre, at which Julius Caesar Nayphe Jensen. -
i4
; j from out;of town have enrolled andy will lecture' and the Commonwealth
,. will FOR SALE-40 acres of fine land in What Buick Has Done
i5 the attendance is increasing daily.' Quartette sing. 'This will be an Volusia near station and a For
The:school offers thorough instruction afternoon.of enjoyment and religious fine lake; $Count ms.' J. B. McKay,

:,in.bookkeeping, shorthand, typewriting profit and none should: fail:'to avail city.FOUND., Others Buick will Do for You

(touch method), arithmetic, themselves of the.opportunity.In =That the Sentinel reaches .
'the people and is read
spelling,commercial law, commercial the evening there will be preaching -

k: correspondence and grammar, penmanship -, ] and song services at all the FOR SALE-5% acres with five-room
and all branches of Civil I churches. house on railroad only few hundred Records for the past are the best promises for the future.
feet from stopping place. Plenty of
; Service. -
shade ,and' small 'shrubbery. Ten to At the beginning of the 1913 season there were 110,000
The ,teachers in charge have had
MethodistRev. twelve
bearing trees
. orange pears
Buicks on the road, and every one of the 110,000 Buicks has
i several years practical experience and Dr. J. E. Wray, Pastor. i and other small fruits. Good hunt a
ing and fishing, and suitedto record.It .
have gained wide reputation as successful Sunday. School, 9:45. C. E. Howard, those who come to especially Florida for the

: commercial" and shorthand Supt winter and like the country life with is nothing unusual to see a Buick which has run from
,.' teachers. Those entering this school to town. J. P. Perkins
Rev. Dr..Geo. Summey, of New Or- easy access '
$ will receive the very best training and leans, will preach at 11 a. m. Orlando, Fla. General Delivery. 25,000 up to 100,000 miles and even more. And you never hear

only first-class bookkeepers and stenographers of a worn-out Buick."I .
Epworth League, 6:30. H. A. Hoff- OAK HILL is the beautifw'subdivis.
,;will, be granted diplomas.The ner,'President ion to Northeast of the city andI

prices for Instructions are 'Very Sermon by Dr.. Carolyn Geisel 'at' still have some choice lots there. started out in my model 17 Buick in six inches of snow

reasonable and the school' has a most 7:30. Subject, "The Living Temple"Anthem Carl Jensen.n.WANTEDMan on the morning of February 3rd to post some sale bills.. I

'promising'tuture.-. "Unfold, Ye Portals Gou- and wife, to take
covered 94.4 miles roads nobody else had traveled
over since
>
The school has day and night classe nod. Male Quartette, "Come Unto charge. of place for one year on
and 'students who cannot atend .dur Me Dow.. shares. Good grove and land suitableto the snow, and was in high every minute, up hill included. P+
, '
ing-the day should to enter raise crops. Write or call in per left motor running all the time I and
arange Mid-Week Prayer Meeting, Wednes- son. Mrs. S. M. Blanchard, Alta- my was posting, used 9/

at night The sessions" are continuous day, 7:30 p. m.Everybody .,. monte Springs, Fla. gallons of gasoline for the trip.
and'students may enroll at anytime invited. A cordial greet-

.. ing to strangers. ROUEN Box DUCK 705, City.EGGS for sale. Apply "I have watched several other makes of cars in the past

For full information, call at thee ... two years, and every time I have seen a Buick, it has always

office on Church street or telephone AT THE PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH WANTED-To rent 3 or 4 unfurnished been doing the work. When a Buick has gone 30,400 miles and
,' .No. 597, and a'representative will be rooms with bath; for housekeeping -
'glad;to call to lee any one interest- ; or small cottage, near postoffice. still seems as good as new, it is'quite enough convince. mo
ed.. Dr.. J. W. Stkgg, Pastor. Would lease for summer or a year if that Buicks are built the way they ought to be built"J.
Morning Services.. .. can find satisfactory place. Man and
Sunday School at 9:45. Superin- wife only. No children. Address Sen- H. CAREER, Portland, Kansas.
tinel Orlando.
4 BANKER CHURCHMAN lw

tendent Business W. Mens'R. O'Neal Bible Class, 9:30,I FOR SALE or For Rent-House, five The Famous BuicK OverheadValve

Chicago Banker Who Quit Finance.to DrRobinson Tucker. rooms and bath 607 East Central
Help Evangelization Work avenue. John Ammann. P. B- Motor is to have
guaranteed and
''Preaching by pastor,'11. 393.7tpd.. more power more speed
'
Chicago.churches raised $1,003,902 than other 'of motor the market.. It
j i Evening Services .. .. any type on will pull
'for Hone and foreign missions in 1912. Christian Endeavor, '6:30. FOR SALE-THREE GOOD DRY LOTS stronger on low.grade gasoline than any other type of motor
.Whether'or,.not the, churches of:that "IN GOOD WHITE NEIGHBORHOOD OF
io Evening service, 7:30. fever built and the fuel is less.
'city'rte to be called upon to increase I ORLANDO WELL BUILT Uf. ONLY $150 consumption
_ - EACH FOR QUICK, SALE. 11000. CASH
fee;sum to.'ZOOOOOO in 1913 is one of Emanuel Baptist Church AND FIVE DOLLARS PER, MONTH OR ROADSTERS AND TOURING CARS, $950 TO $1650, F. 0. B.
:the",important questions that will be LIBERAL DISCOUNT FOR CASH. ONLY
w at the Grand Theater ORLANDO.
Catalogue
Preaching
Request.
decided at the' ,laymen's missionary HAVE FEW DAYS. V. M. MORGAN AT on
i banquet to,be'held at the Auditoriums Sunday morning 11 o'clock. This W1LLOLA HOUSE. tf
be Rev. Parker's last in
will Sunday
s Chicago, .the,evening.of March FOR SALE-FIFTEEN THOUSAND DOLLARS
IL. A difference, of opinion'on', the Orlando and every member should OF EIGHT PER CENT PAPER SECURED -
:natter exists 'among the leaders of come as he has a special messagefor BY FIRST LIEN ON ORLANDO Cook Automobile Co.
', them. The public is invited to REAL ESTATE IN SUMS OF ONE HUN-
the ,movement and a vote will probably -
DRED DOLLARS AND OVER. IF ,YOU
all .the services of this church. Music .
,bi taken to fix the standard. HAVE SOME IDLE MONEY SEE ME AT
rr x. ',A 'backer who, not only :gave up by the orchestra. WILLOLA HOTEL EVENINGS FOR FEW Orlando, Florida
his ,ti bttoesS'but surrendered :an'additional Prayer ::meeting' Wednesday evening DAYS ONLY V. M. MORGAN.. tf

r! salary .of $12,000 a year for at 7:30. NOTICE -.: Experienced managers, .. t.

the purpose, ,J'increasing.the: spirit- (man and wife) want the manage .' 'i.'i.'iiiiimiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiii
Ml:life of the church,,will be one oft ,:f ,FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH.Dr. ment of a European hotel, on salary,
:the- speakers at banquet '. ..C. Douglass will preach both or would rent good place. Address, ,- -..-- ,
the.lay' according '
: Hotel P.O. Box 672 Orlando Fla. 3t
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Morning and SIGN PAINTINGJack '
F '. .to an ,announcement of F. J. evening. r-MIU'
*,Morning subject: "A Vision of To- Pretton will paint your
Michael ,executive .secretary of thelaymen's WANTED-By experienced man. Po- LIGHT THE (
missionary movement, in Chi- morrow; the'Inspiration of today.," at sition as floral and landscape gard- sign on short notice. Good work.
'"cago.Two. ll a. m. ener, the taking care of gentleman's No. 10 Washington, street. U-6t --------1
{ ) places during summer, or permanent,
: ;t Yean in Service of Church Evening subject: "The Conquest of I not for a home, would, live on place . . . . . . PATH TO
The banker is George Innes of Romoth and Gilead, at 7:30 p. m. :if so desired, or as janitor of public I a aa .
.Philadelphia," Mr. Michael said, "He Bible School at 9:30 a. m. Otto buildings. Strictly temperate. Ad- '

was: ,a,financier in Minneapolis less Link, superintendentB. dress Philip Bunn, Orlando, Fla. 7t a TEN PER On CENT OFF Merchants who use Electric Signs never lose

than:.two where he is well i Y. P. U., at 6:30 p. m. AND WIFE German want
yean ago MAN po S WAISTS, DRESS MATER- their way by choosing the wrong road to suc-
\known, and he is now devoting his All are cordially invited. Strangers sition. Man capable to drive auto- '
,* ? time, withoutsalary, to increasing the !especially welcomed. mobile and very handy with tools .IALS, LACES, EMBROIDER cessr You simply cannot fail to attract new '
a NECKWEAR AND HOS-
around the house. Wife first class IES,
.membership of the churches with. the cook; experience, best of references. a !ERYHandkerchief aa customers if you use an Electric Sign. It acts

,belief that the greasiest need in the Unitarian Couple, Care Sentinel. 3t SpecialsReady4oWear like an irresistible magnet, drawing all the
Evangelization of the world is in the Central
I Unity Chapel, corner avenue aa
spiritual life of the home church." i and West streets. Rev. EleanorE. FOR SALE-New seven-room house S and Panama aa trade within its reach: That is the reason
with all modern conveniences. E. Hats
,
Gifts*to foreign and home missions Gordon minister. H. Gore, 409 Anderson St 7t MISSES HAMILTON &: aa they command the attention of buyers.

from ,Chicago: churches last year aggregated Subject of morning sermon, "Hap- TO LET-Four room house in Concord DUNNOrlando '

$1,003,902. In 1909, when piness and Blessedness," Park. Rent low. Apply to J. L. a Florida For
Store
the layman's work begain in Chicago, I At 4 o'clock Miss Gordon will givean Frost, West Amelia'Ave. 4ttJ I aI I Every OwnerNo

; the total gifts for the same purpose address on The Associated Chari f t i C C e e t a

were _,000. Not withstanding this ties.Unity J 'IQwe I II . matter how small his business, the Electric -
'
increase, of,:gifts the' membership increase Circle on Wednesday after -- I Sign is the cheapest and most effective
'4 of the churches has been small. noon at three o'clock. I < ISls: I

V M. Z : .. "C. .... .! If 1 I advertising

PRESIDENT WILSON RENDERS Cathedral Church Of St. Luke ::3.! 0 1".; 1 .:: ,Q1! ;' [11.WELCOME TO ,Mr o Phone for our Sign Designer to call and sub
e; .s d oa
f '1 I DEMOCRATS MUST DO Fifth Sunday in Lent. pao: ..oao., od PALM mit a sketch.
k Cot
ed
,\: THESE JO MAKE GOOD, 7:30 a. tn., Celebration of Holy Com-' I I"
I bJi C C W No Trouble Us No You.
e-.v- .. .. I to --- Expense to J=
munion. ,
I *;* -* ti' ll ..u
*.'** We have itemized with some degree 9:30 a. In. Sunday School. Z. w c: I; ,, = z BARBER SHOP

''; of particularity the things that oughtto 10:30 a. m. Morning Prayer. Ooa"V" 5 : .M....
be alUrded and here are tome of 11 Celebration and Sermon. III"p.. .!! = "k < Modern and Complete.
a..m. .,
.. JQ
;; the chief' items:. A tariff which cuts 7:30 p. m. Evening Prayer and Q. = CE.c.QI" >"Q-f.) Everything' new, individual I lM W T[ & lI T CO.sue. R
-T off from part in the
our
us proper .
Sermon. n.
.. ... ** "CQ o: w electric attachments at every
commerce of the world, violates the I cE.: 'E Q s: has been left .
chair. No stone
AliI .
just principles of taxation, and makes I 1 iK Q ID"C a = .. -: COOK WITH GAS
.Christadephian) .:". .. ". unturned to make this shop,
ib)* government a facile ,instrumentin Memorial Service 10:30 a. m. 55i -.", Bi a, ono> 0 ,meet th erequirements of the
the hands of private interests; fc Lecture '7:30 p. 11Subj 'The F-i most particular. Plenty of

ti banking and currency system based Future Government of the World- ItMW room. Courteous attendants.

upon'the 'necessity of the governmentto Theocratic or Democratic!" o ELIJAH WHITEHEAD,

sell its bonds fifty years. ago and A Cordial Welcome to all. JS c: c-
OH JH5 Proprietor.
perfectly adapted to concentrating Christadelphian' Hall, Davis & Mc- ** 0 bI"c:
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cash and restricting credits; an industrial Neill Block. oa"i.g Ii
system which, take U on all . z:
; zo YU w &4w 105 E. Pine Street Orlando Fla.
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t' aides; :financial as. well a* admistra- Pentacostal Services OmUb..1 ,
tive, holds capital in lead-strings, re- There will be religious services in : : em -
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stricts liberties and limits the oppor- the Pentecostal Tabernacle on Amen- Q.ou ? ; .. !
street South Orlando for about' c.:, '"m .. i : "AN EXCLUSIVE SHOP ,FOR LADIES"'ART
tunities of labor, and exploits Without ca ( ) 00 QI &:10'c
I' renewing or conserving the natural a week commencing tonight, March 0 4=I :e-.1 a v' "= i: :a"C"a a at.s a'wI eI -.: BAZAAR, AND WOMEN'S EXCHANGE. FINE

resources' of the country; a body 7th W. A. BRAWNER.AT HAND..WORK EMBROIDERIES, STAMPED

.tip of agricultural, activities never yet I I GOODS. ORDERS TAKEN.FOR HOME-

given the efficiency of great business\ THE CATHOLIC CHURCH. : MADE CAKES CANDIES, 'JEJ.T,TF's.

,undertakings or served as it should be Sunday School at 9:10 a. m. I l TIE; CAR ALSO CUT FLOWERS, :
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through,the instrumentaity of'science Mass meeting and sermon,;10 a. m.

taken directly to the farm, or afforded Rosary.and benediction, 7:30 p. m.Wife"D GscarHandSon TliTLV1YIIIY.NTAl1G DAINT.':YREFRESHMENTS SERVED TO ORDER

the.facilities of, credit best suited to I' .Agency.for
its practical needs; watercourses undeveloped you mean to tell me

r ? waste: places unrecleaimed, you lost two dollars at cards!"'Husband & I I : II SPIBELLA. CORSETS

forests untended, fast disappearing I don't'mean to tell you, butI Successors, to E Hand AMUT .MRS. VAN BUSKffiK., Corsetlere.
without plan or prospect of renewal, may as well-you'll find out anyway + :;-o ' 1. ,p- : -

unregarded waste 'heaps at every Philadelphia: Bulletin. FULL LINE OF COM, \ASK' FMt. MNWTUUMHAGRUD . . -

\ J ine. We have studied as ,prehaps PLETE, HOUSE-FUR .- ) -- ',' ". .... ., _. . .... _ h _

f k BO other nation has the most""effective Before you go away for the summer NISHINGS ; ;"' .. ) '1 ,,;" ' ,c-" '::_ .. :; -

: 'means of:production,but we have, order the Weekly Sentinel sent to youraddress. _. ,.., : #. 4 ;
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; Commission government goes on'irYeskttbly. shed to gambol on."--Pittsburg Post Concord ave:, ,home. has returned to Kl4NDtlBANK CoMPANY'
I, ,.,. ; .Active efforts. , to. -securethis ,. c his home in Cheshire, Conn. a TRUST I
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pkn are under way in .eleven -
"Now they blonds are, disappearing
!tftte*. In nearly every ,important say Whenever you want ,painting or .
rapidly. "Don't take it ,too
; city in Ohio',citizen bodies
are plan, . papering done in first class
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!,r seriously. Somebody, always claiming manner Capital and Sirpte art UriMfcd Profits SIZ. .
charter revision on short ballot it will pay you to call on W. T. ..... :

llines?constitutional,-,taking advantage,of'the recent that'ages..-we"-are Lousville going.Courier-Jour back to thedark Entrican,,228 East Pine'street Trial lesewces over nm- urtm of a Milk*. '
.; amendment which per. k
_mite'cities to frame nal WANTED Clean this
: and:adopt their rags at office.
Report of
the Condition of Orlando
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.reached its. most advanced stage in Bank and Trust Co., Condensed

Cleveland' where unofficial i, nominations ft From Report to Comptroll _
of charter freeholders have been
er Feb. 4, 1913
'made..' A bill is also, in preparationto k>
allow .city to adopt &nY' of RESOURCESLoans
any one JUST RECEIVED '
J several forms : and Discounts .....$393,161.05Overdarfta
'Sumpter simplified City '.variation.including thej I .............. 193. 3 v. ;
manager j: ; Stocks and Bonds ....... 26,01&83Real
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Three cities in New Jersey; Hoboken -
'Jersey City and,Bayonne, which Estate, Furniture and -
failed, to adopt the commission 'plan I Fixtures ... .......... 25,853.44 s'
two: years ago, will again hold elec- My Spring line of Men and 3 i. Cash on hand and in Banks 215,084.83

tions for that purpose at the earliest I V ; .
Boys Straw Hats urn all the
date ,allowable under the law. | b------ $660, 1L18 s

In New York, a bill for a state wide newest shapes. Nice line of I ( LIABILITIES
\p commission government law with several : ; : Capital Stock ...........100000.00
'' Panamasjfor $5. My spring Surplus and Undivided y
.options is being prepared by the K
Municipal Government association,for Trouser line Is'now a Profits ... ........... 22,832.33 t
submission, to the.legislature. A similar completein 'l Deposits ... ............' 537,418 ar
all shades. ..
new
bill will be submitted Pennsyl ,
vania., W1L18We

Bills are also being prepared to invite the attention of our customers
give commission government to Port ' '
and friends to our statement
Smith, Ark.,. Charlotte, N C., and above and wish to assure them that
Wheeling;W. Va. The Phoenix,Ariz., Clark Robertson we appreciate their patronage'and
charter is being held up: by the governor ,ask for a continuance of same 4
because of apparent legal. defects. -- ; Don't forget that our deposits areinsured. m
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.', 'Successor i to Jerome Palmer & Co. 4 ]Y""' y .
In Los Angeles, 'where. a proposed A cordial invitation is extended to I
charter was turned .down ,last month visitors in our city to call and open
by a' :decisive majority, the,progressives Geveraaeat,State sod Comity Depository an account with us.
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and the radicals are attemptingto V L'"IJaWSAs .1 .
patch up their differences and have y- 0 0
another charter ready in'a few weeks.'

,The* feet charter failed,'largely be-
cause'of lack of publicity and general : I''

\ actually misunderstanding contained.' as 'to what is THE NE W CASH STORECor. UNDERTAKER ARMSTRONGThe IIillMIIIIIHIMMl,

The Missouri league for cities is IF ITS ANYTHING IN
advocating a bill which will provide ARTISTIC PICTURE FRAMER of Orlando
for 5 commission government' in the >> South and Hughey Sts. DRUGS PHONEDeLANEY '
usual,optional form.. PINe STREeT
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: WE BUT FOR CASH AND SELL FOR CASH. WE DRUGCOMPANY
Mrs! Kate Douglas Wiggin, addressing : KEEP OUR EXPENSES DOWN AND CONSEQUENTLY -
.: ; the students of Smith, .College, ,, ". CAN KEEP OUR PRICES DOWN HIIIIIHIIiuiiimiMM I f1LflJ.JLU 1- -_ 11
: 'told'"a' story.; ."A 'young ;man," she t' I, -
said,,!"fell upon,his left' knee, clasped Our Prone No. is SEE SLAUTER'S NEW : FRANK HYERS ,
his hands and cried: Miss McClintockMabel SANITARY :t Manufacturer of Artificial QUICK DELIVERY.
-if, )'ou"refuae"me 'I' shall And'-an Order win Have Prompt Attention, and win be SOIL- ,PIPE CONNECTION I Stone, Fancy Columns and Watkins Building. ,
.; ,never_love another woman.' 'And does Delivered to Any Part of the City. : Ornamental Work J
that promise hold good,' ,said the Phone
Absolutely Sanitary and used
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young' girl,'"if I,accept you?" D. B.. RAYBON, Proprietor ORLANDO, FLA. by all good plumbersHIMIIMMIMHIHMHi I Livingston
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TRnUDAY': NIGHTS DROP IN
T I IeredtieiOra : TEMPERATURE DID NO
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DAMAGE IN GEORGIA.
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Atlanta, Ga., March 8.-Both the r .
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NOnC-Notie .for the' Bodal':and' Woatn't .Department eu to state entomologist and the Georgia n
eea ",lesW to tfc Sodttr Editor by either of the 'abort, phons. cull Fruit exchange agree that the, peach
written aottm to the Society,Editor, can Sentinel. Notice of loeUl Auctions
chfc aiming.ehunb atberiBfi and other item of social fatten shoals UteievbMd orchards suffered no harm from the
.to tUi fcairbftcnt as ooa *.'they'oeeor'IB order that their.Mm. cold of Thursday night, and that every .
nine be not,th ..... prospect is for a large and sound

crop. NEW[ STYLENICLLES[ I l
The temperature here dropped to 1913 [

J 25 degrees; and'minimums of 30, 38 : .'
,, and 42 reached
'- ---- -- degrees were at Macon S

JUST:BEING ,HAPPY AUDUBON SOCIETY BRINGS NOT Augusta sand Savannah.The ; _
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ED LECTURER TO OR. forecast is for fair weather anda
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"' Just.being happy LANDO. rising, temperature. A day ago i it ',1 INDIAN HEAD ON ONE SIDE : \
Is a fine thing to do. seemed that the cold from the north .
: BUFFALO FIGURE ON OTHER M "
Looking>> on the bright sideRather Miss Catherine Stuart, of Alexan had come for a several days' visit, but .
than the blue; dria, Va., who gave ,an instructive after a few hours' of winter, the J, SIDE \i

Sad or sunny musing and enjoyable lecture on the subjectof spring weather again.is setting is. THE LATEST COIN ISSUED BY :.

-{ Is largely in the choosing birds at the Chautauqua yesterday Henry D. Marks,. manager of the ; THE GOVERNMENT

And just being happy: has done much profitable work for the Georgia Fruit exchange, said of, the ,; GIVEN IN CHANGE, OR EXCHANGED "" '
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Is brave work and true. preservation of the "tiny feathered peach crop: :. : FOR THE OLD

folk." Once Miss Stewart appeared "No damage whatever was done. In .=j STYLE
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A HAPPY AFFAIR. before'the Virginia legislature in the fact, there is a mistaken opinion about .-., ." .:
interests of the protection of both how far the peach crop is advanced. v':

r A most enjoyable occasion at Lake game and non-game birds, and once Instead; of the trees having developed

View House on Friday;evening was before the United States Congress more rapidly than usual, their fruit
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;' the..observance of the seventy-seventh: for the McClean Bill providing protection age really has been somewhat retard ;:
birthday of 'Mr. James, Briggs, the for migratory birds. She is chair ed. Ills a pkaswt to serve yow every regetre estTHE

quiet genial, guest 'for' the past: two man of the bird and animal.committee "I expect that about five thousand

f winters. from 'BriggsvOle, 'Wis. of the Virginia Federation of Wo cars of peaches will be grown in Georgia

Mr. James Gibson, from Madison, man's Clubs, National Field Agent of this year. The crop last year

.! Wi&, in his usual felicitous manner, Virginia and Vice-President the amounted to 7,200 cars, but it was [ PEOPLES[ NATIONAL l l"tile BANK
,; congratulated Mr. Briggs and his Rivers :and Harbors Congress,.before abnormally large, while we expect but .
cheerful, charming wife upon so which Miss Stuart introduced a bill, a normal crop this year."

auspicious anniversary. which has since been adopted by thir State Entomologist E. Lee W or-

; '> Mr. and Mrs:-Eugene Sperry, the tyeight states.BUSINESS'. sham also says that the clear weather Preressive luk" Yew ace wt solicited

proprietors of Lake View House; enhanced shielded the orchards from harm and
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s the pleasures of the occasion CHANGE. that the trees passed through Thurs

by serving a'luncheon that verified. day. ,
.i the reputation of, this" ""homelike'house R. L Lambert and S..R.' Davies, of ':. -,

_Mr. Briggs, ,in' his surprise, Orlando, purchased this week the RACING AT ORLANDO, FLA.
responded with'his customary serenity business of Hewitt Brothers, one door
and all i west of the post office. I
by thanking _wishing as happya
I increase Orlando, Fla., Feb. 22.This city
seventy-seventh his The new firm will at once
birth-day as
i is situated the lakes and
line of among
the stock and add 'a complete
hid beesx
highlands of the great State of
'1\ose'prese 'were: Mr. and Mrs. dry goods.
Florida about from
Morris, Mr. and Mrs..Dakin, Mr..and Mr. ,Davies, who will manage' having the gulf,, on the midway Atlantic Coast oceanto and ,- .,' .< --: .*
MisedamS business, is an experienced man, < :
Miss
son, .Miss Briggs, Seaboard Railway lines. No city in
Mrs. Gib- spent the past fifteen or twenty
A ,Mrs. Scheidman, Mr. and
the State, not excepting the two
r, Robbina, Mrs Mitchell, Mrs Nichols, years in the,dry goods business. The Jacksonville and Tampa
great ,
seaports -
:Mrs. .McClean, Mrs.' Greenwood, Mr past two years ,he has been manager
has vitrified brick
more paved
'Yowell Orlando and for
in
'1leed'and' Mr. Cliff.. for Mr. -
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streets handsomer residences in
seven years prior to going to Orlandowas or of Poughkeepsie, who is living on
AUcrrON.BRIDGE CLUB with one of the largest firms in proportion to population than has Or- "Easy Street," owns a bungalow at
lando. its there
From early history

E. -' Jacksonville.They will begin receiving new goods has been a race track here, and for his Kissimmee wife and, two which young he children occupies in with the
Mrs. P. Monroe pleasantly entertaked -
successful To SAlE[ MONEY[f SHOES'Is [
many years a very county ON.
the members' of,' the Auction the first of next week, and in the fair has been held. Here one can see winter, and another he owns on a lake
be
:Bridge'Gob at her home on' Lucerne meantime (and afterward) will in Maine, where he spends his sum-.
.' of Lees- a sample of every fruit and vegetable
to meet the people
.< afternoon. pleased mers.
Circle on Friday :
in Florida. have fine
r ,The rooaa ,0oatumng the card burg and surrounding territory.Leesburg .- a grown plant as there They is anywhere.The as Racing is right up-to-date here.i equal to getting a knock-off
Commercial. of of whom
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tables were,, fragrant with flowers track is kept in good condition.If Gentlemen wealth some J
Vaws of roses,violets,:sweet peas and W, sincerely hope these gentlemen ever the trainers North who train own and race horses, are managersof I on your rent or gas bills - -
Sentinel and Amer-I
callea&k blooms placed on the man- will do well, but the the meet. They race under
1teIt'g a,dainty touch of color to their many friends sincerely regretto South in the winter should spend a ican rules. Among the prominent
the see them leave Orlando.PRESBYTERIAN winter at Ocala or here, they would gentlemen who assisted in the stand It is like getting money handed to you.
,.pretty scene. ,
Itis
short of Florida
never stop again.
were: George C. Keller, William M. Then take of! it ? Get in and
After ,the games, Mrs. Wister,, o astonishing to a Northerner to seethe why not advantage' cleans
CHURCH.The Davis, T. H. Evans, C. G. Wescott, J.
assisted by Miss Mary Robinson, served large crowds that turn out to witness s."Y. D. up on our GREAT SHOE-SALE.Everybody's .
Hall
E. Farris, R. S. Way,
ice-cream
delirious strawberry the after The
races day day.
cakes,punch, bonbons and coffee. services at the First Presbyterian grandstand would be filled and the Lockhart, Seth Woodruff, clerk; Geo. doing it. Better get a move on.
this morning and H. Mills, Goshen, N. Y., starting
The players were Mrs.' James Sill .church eveniig crowded. They have tremendous -
the'house,guest of Mrs. Monroe, Mesdames will have special music.. grounds midway of the carnival a cOmpanies judge; H. H. Dickson, president; W. E. G. DucKworth Feet Fitter I
The Trotter
R. O'Neal, ,secretary- .
"Liberty andteverence.
Lawton, ,McElroy Mdhaine,, The morning sermon, that give shows every week ,
Semmervflle Richard Chalfont Car- ." The evening' discourse and Pacer, New York. n
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during the winter at some prominent YOU WANT IN TIE SIZE YOU NEEI.
Back,. Nolan, Howes Abernethy, will be, "John Calvin and Little Chil- city down this way. One meets many r-T. -1r "TIE STYLE

Smith, Mallory'and Misses"Rita Lawton -: dren. Sometime ago Dr. Stagg wrote prominent( drivers through\ here. The high cost of living is apparently -
Cark and Calvin and he has it itself felt in more ways
,.Romaine ) Mcllvaine. i i'il a book on made Among those whom We met who are making
I a rule whereever he has been to deliver than one, and ,there has been a general
John
here visiting'or working are:
ir: r ,LAUNCH' PARTY ; .one lecture' each year on Calvin's Engleman, a,veteran;,A. E. Hundley, forage for chickens in the eastern

Dr., Chisel was the .honoree of a teachings regarding little children.The of E the "Pickles" mare fame, Danville, part of town .on the part of persons
'launch party on The Geneva, on Lake work of Dr. Stagg has been accepted Ky.; 'P. F. Hamlin, formerly with whose identity is at present unknown. i

Lucerne yesterday afternoon. The as authority by scholars and Hudson River Stock Farm, ,Poughkeepsie -
Other, ladies 'in the party were Mesdames *I he' therefore attempts 'to lift the N. Y., who is training a good WANTED-Cook, man or woman in

', Thompson. ,,Lartigae. and L G.I odium from Calvin's name put thereby stable at Jacksonville; J. Hooker Wilson private family.' Apply Sentinel office

Starbuck. and ,Miss Eva Young. .: the fi eamed. is training a stable of good oneshere 'City. 3t.

Fruit punch and cakes were served.! ] for a Mr. Carmichael, of Ocala,
1\ WINTER HOME and Dave Herrington, also formerly I Subscribe for the Sentinel
r MASQUERADE PARTY -
5 The new Winter Home colony over
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Miss Moma Bunch was hostess Friday west _of Taft is putting on evidenceof kr
Mr. H. H. Childs, of Colorado
{ evening for a very merry masI growth. Assortment of
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i querade party at her home on Central is improving ten acres settingout A Large J'I I
trees. Mr. Mallery, of -
avenue.c orange rLiiv
; About thirty guests appeared in Colorado is fitting up a beautiful
costume and spent several hours in home fronting on the lake and has i REVOLVED

I gay contests and games, after which five acres planted to young grove. Mr. New SpAng and Summer Woolensembracing MONE You/us: COINS TO
of New York Stateis
4 Mrs. Bunch served them with punch, H. C. Hammond THIS
ice-cream and cake. fitting up a fine little home on the ... SEEWUAT IS IN

'G' *.. lake, where he may take life easy, SPACE

4 ,WHERE DID 'YOU/ALL COME and Mr, E. C. Green, of Indiana is the most favored EVERYWEEI<,
FRO Z acquiring interests there and making
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.At nine o'clock last night the streets improvements. This is bound to bea FOR TWO REASONS, .

were thronged with people, merchants popular winter resort. weaves has just arrived :from our 11 YOU'LL LOOK foR, IT
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were busy, every available seat was 24 YOU9LL'SEE IT.a .
taken at the Lucerne Opera House, DEATH OF MR. TODD. ' ' YOU LOOK

;; Where the Chautauqua was in ses- Mr. Lester H. Todd died suddenlyat Chicago Tailors, -. (., : V. WHETHER NOT
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lion; at the Grand, was a packed .his home in South Seaville, N. J. ;. fOR 1T Olt

house; tie little Favorite on ,Church yesterday.The IV Fc2J:

street was packed to overflow and deceased was the father of Mrs. ED. V. PRICE &CO. Buster Brown is coming to town to work for our store
John A, Abbegar, of this city, and
the tent where_pospel meetings are week for a whole year. He will come into your
being held was full:to its margins. many friends regret ,to hear of his every and Business
home and tell about our Jewelry our

over Last a-night thousand the Lucerne people,was which packed seats death.Mr. Todd was one of the founders of If you'll make an early selectionof Methods. We you have always got a big handsome stock

with interested Chautauquans. The the ,town of Clermont and frequentlycame reliable. ;jewelry _and silverware and our prices will

: Chautauqua has, taken on new,life in to Orlando on business.NOTICEGRAND style and pattern let us take always save you money. We have but: one methodto -

' the Keep the spiritof I deal.ALLEN.
new: quarters. up give .you a square
enthusiasm. THEATRE., ,

We wish to announce that we have your correct measure for your & CO.
t THEATRES MONDAY. secured the services of Mr. T.- Addison -

Graad,Theatre'.Program.The Wade, the noted ,baritone, for Easter suit 'We will guaranteeyou ;ORLANDO. II 1 'I. .FLORIDA. -
Belle,of,North Wales ...Kalem all'next' week. Don't fail to hear him. . .'
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