The daily sentinel
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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: February 25, 1913
Frequency: daily (except monday)
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando
Coordinates: 28.533611 x -81.375833 ( Place of Publication )
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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Source Institution: University of Central Florida: Florida Digital Newspaper Library
Holding Location: University of Central Florida: Florida Digital Newspaper Library
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002075051
oclc - 34297092
notis - AKR3406
lccn - sn 96027192
System ID: UF00087112:00075
 Related Items
Related Items: South Florida sentinel
Succeeded by: Morning sentinel

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', IONS,CONDEMNING MUREx The time now draws near when the GIA, CITES CALIFORNIA AND VICE-PRESIDENT I arrived on 89 Sunday afternoon accompanied BILL REGULATING RATES '

Orlando' Chautauqua, will its AS AN INSTANCE. I by his brother Mr. Frank
doors ,once more and give to its pa Special to The Sentinel Guernsey.
trona of unexcelled merit. ACTIVITY. I 'The Masonic fraternity, which had Special to The SentinelWashington
; a program Atlanta, Gay Feb. 21-Governor bJS
1 .. The Sentinel.City of Mexico City, Feb. 24.-Rumors of assembled at the station escorted the I February 24-The"
Twelve '
,: I .days help, uplift, inspiration Brown believes that the United States I
o. Ftt 24. :Two thou- new uprisings in all sections of Mexico the Washington hotelsataxi
; k and entertainment have been pro should intervene immediately in Mex- body to the M. E. Church, where a to prevent
i persons a"Ufe11ded'the funeral vided for the people'of Orlando' andvicinity leG and bring order out of chaos there.In today cameas a direct result of large crowd'of people had assembledto cabs from increasing rate daring -
[afternoon of former, president the killing of Francisco I. Madero and inauguration passed the house today ,
in which, there is not a'' dull a statement the Governor said pay a just tribute to the memory ofa
'N:. 'T'boap was taken to the Jose Pino Suarez, deposed president after a sharp fight to get s
moment, or a:poor ,number. that if the United States hesitated in young manhood that had made its
twmeterynwhere it will,be kept and vice president respectively1, of It carries a penalty of $35
The Chautauqua las impress on. the world. quorum.
management Mexico, nations of Europe who had so .
.. flta Coahuilla' The po- the Mexican republic,. who, accordingto revocation of the license and requires -
> ahead believing in The train was an hour late and fine
3 one your cooperation entrusted their citizens safety to this II
talmW a $Demonstration dispers- I the official, records of the new offending hotel orrestauru&
and spared no expense to get country, be justified in feeling 'that provisional heavy. ., dark clouds.. .,hung. low forebod- an L_ ....t .... tho
mwd,'fitiieh threw stones. and government were shot whenan furnish free uoam w
i the best talent that has keen storm that it became keeper to
ever ,to this nation is, not sincere in it's enunciation rug necessaryto the (
IfcrisTvely.i attempt was made to rescue them make the services the Church complainants while prosecuting
Florida and bring them to your' I I who La.-
i body TOS:taken from.the arse- I from an automobile that was trans- Johnson, of Kentucky
door lor you. There will be no better The Governor was willing for the very brief. Dr. Wray read a scripture case.
:his'hme' in this city. waY.to'spend twelve of these glorious United States to annex Mexico and ferring them from the penitentiary.The lesson which carried comfort and so. troduced the bill read a letter f roes {:

:.Notiw ,Mexican, ,independent 1 winter days than to attend the ,article this evening the death of the from one hundred}
in loeBing deposed presidentand hotels had quoted
tauqua.The program is varied and now after a few generations is Stagg offered a touching prayer that
,the,Statement that ,both MaSaarez vice president of the republic are and twenty to one hundred and fifty
the hearts
enough to please all and everyone American heart soul, and body. He reached of the living.
were ahot waitbo' taa can find something of special:Interestto thinks annexation would l>e a bless unknown, except as given' in official Walter Drennen; Ralph Yearby, per cent a day.
,stab attack, to support offitoTb accounts, whrch do: not in all cases
them each day of the session. ing to Mexico. Governor Brown has Grey Rush, Sylvan McElroy, Marion I
Detailed programs can now be had spent much time in Mexico and under conform. The only witnesses were Ives, B. Salomon LeRoy B. Giles and NAMED SECRETARY OF STATE.

-. tin- the, book-store. Come .in and get stands conditions there. those actually concerned in the kill- I Cestia Lawton, all of whom had been Sentinel r

'S tintL. t one, look .it over and agree with us -- , -- ing.The close friends of Charlie in his lifetime Speed to The - .
>City; Feb: 24, D dnig t.- that. Orlando could have nothing better provisional president, Gen.Vic1 1 acted as pall bearers. Trenton, N. J., Feb. 24. N vs ea- ,

: mesage from PneblatQui t: than, has been provided in the Special DENOUNCING to The Sentinel THE MURDER. toriano Huerta, says the kitting of the Night had thrown her sable mantle inating from Wilson and friends,. today
The.town of Attteo two nitre ,was incidental to a fight between be summed up. Britan has
,stays: Chautauqua from the second .to the Oklohoma City, F eb. 24.-A resolution over the scene by the time the funeral may
idre' most,important raansfactI'penters 'thirteenth of March. asking Congress to take steps their guard and a arty attempting procession reached the cemetery and accepted the secretary stateship.
Puebla atfcsakI :. :' to liberate them. The min Extraordinary session will be caned -
( was
tickets it with
The season will -go on sale to bring about with Mexico and was difficulty that the beauti
I laaatarebels under Juan ie la : peace ister of foreign relations Francisco de to convene Tuesday, April} 'firsL
Wednesday at 10 a. JI ., .at the bookstore intervene if necessary, was introduced ful and impressive ritualistic servicesof
: rebel today. la ;fiarra, adds, that the prisoners attempted favors citizenship for Port
ref ,the leader Wilson
and everybody who 'expects to today with strong support in the the Masonic order were recited, it
ITederal garrison of thence go to the Chautaaqua all should House. A resolution which will be to escape.; Neither i makes being necessary to bring into requisition i.Ricans. He also favors, working-

led after desperate, fighting. buy one of these, tickets. It will be ,taken up tomorrow for action renounces definite statement to which side a small light from an auto as men's compensation 'act. Wilson has
'IZapattas fortified, theiwivesi fired the fatal shots. It is not impossible has not yet made appointment to confer
to your and the Chautauqua's advantage the assassination of Madero i I Mr. C. P. Dow read the pouching
,i x>n the 'suburbs;of the place.. if you do this. Ho.yours, becauseif and Suarez as "Disgrace to Civil- ; that neither"knows. words which should 1 e the last to the with Secretary of War Hinson rat }

oiled.converted;*,4church 'niI'.,.lheihto + :you do, you will get the entertainments ization." Not unnaturally a great part,of the parting brother; even in this dark- Mexican situation.The .

\ a' fortress 1 W looted all at an average :cost of about public regards the official versions with ness the sprig of evergreen indicative statement that Britan has sent
'- In' term end;destroyed doubt having in mind the use for centuries his official acceptanceof Secretary of
: ; Elj I seven cents apiece.. To the Chautau- of eternal life 'and loving memories,
.,,,factory:: which' .is ,valeed at qua's,because it will give them a.good Austin, Texas Feb. 24th.-: Warm r of the notorious "ley fuga," were deposited in the grave that State to Wilson comes.from very hirjk

pesos.; working basis,'to start the session. resolutions >:WHS adopted here this: the unwritten law which is invoked marks the last resting place of the authority. ,, ,

>V 'Ip St. Petersburg,when the.season afternoon by tie lower :house of the when the 'death rof a prisoner is desir- I body of Charlie Guernsey.For It may be almost regarded as send

legislature, denouncing the assassin ed. After its application>> there is official announcement, though was not
IK ,BEY "ASSAULTED.itinopie tickets go on sale,there is a line overa twenty-nine' years he went in
1 ation of Madero and Suarez and demanding I written on the records: "Prisoner shot such. ,.
given out as
I block, long waiting for them. Are out before the people of Orlando.

s1b, ,;Tbe,Sentinel,, '. 1 I you,the good people-of Orlando, go-]t Senators Culberson and,I trying.to escape." For twenty-nine years he was the Wilson has annnounced himself thai

?':,F b.v'24.:.-An atv: ing: to.be>> behind.them in helping "agoolh 1 Sheppard to'tall upon the governmentat Senaro Madero, widow of the ex. subject of hope and anxiety on the a special session will be called pay

twit, 'to assassinate. SaddcBeyfoundftif ,. -;
',the ,Turkishoftcen: 'league was I boosts ',the' town and ,should ,you. not f: to restore"Border and ,to establish' ]information his death from the father-hope for 'the development of
antei' followers 'of ..Nazunj civil, government: in the republic similar Spanish minister; Senor Cologany Col- the fine BEDS PROVIDED
,',. today by boost the Chautauqua to the extent of: qualities that were inborn in'THIRTY THOUSAND -
.* Pasha,, former' miter. ofiwar; :_ who I buying season ticket which will cost to resolution adopted by the sen- ogan. She already had heard reports his life. Anxiety for the body that TWO THOUSAND

It I '!M'"lolled'a short tiara:aP., The'attempt you' $5.00 with and $3.00 without reserved ate. that something unusual and serious seemed marked for early destruction.Thus NEEDED.

, was.' ,uniracceaetful a.' Sadik seat, One entertainment is had happened, but friends had endeav- the friends who have touched * '\
\ took '" Britisb".embassy.With worth that. ored up to that time to prevent her hands with him measured the
t;\ refuge in the NOW WELL FILLED WITH DE and the Some comparisons showing progress ,
I .'a\view: .to protecting'the Bar. Then let us aH come, a hundred or LIGHTED GUESTS. from. learning the., whole truth. worth of the young, man feel deeply of the anti-tuberculosis in tint

r; daaelles, :10,000 soldiers have been more strong at 10 a. m. on Wednes-.I 'j the loss that has come to them by the last eight years and the present need,

; woved.to Asia; Minor. and' TOO,.()thers'I day at Curtis and O'Neal's Bookstore; There is no one business ,institu DAILY FOR TALLAHASSEE early taking away of one so full of of this ,movement are made by.the

1* been moved to the Northern Sea. and purchase. a season ticket for the tion in a city that so well advertisesthat promise and comfort. National Association for the Study
( dwr*. of-:Mamora.. 'Orlando Chautauqua, thereby assur- city as a first-classcommercial Special to The Sentinel The father and mother and the sister and prevention of :Tuberculosis in *

: U 'ing ourselves 'of a glorious twelve that go: out from the hotels, if theyare Tallahassee, Feb. 24th, Judge John and: brothers will have the sym- brief report for further support. ;

L' 'CHAUTAUQUA'TICKETS: days. pleased with the service carry H. Thompson, bf Quincy, has been pathy of the entire community. During the eight years of its wo \

the good, tidings to all the lands. here several days this week, feelingthe the National Association has assisted!

That'Orlando has commercial hotel pulse of the Tallahassee businessmen' in the organization of 800 state
x auqua ,will, be placed on sale OF BETTER CLASSES that has contributed a great deal and citizens with reference to CHURCH. and local anti-tuberculosis societies

' at' > &, O'Neal's office, Wednes- to the popularity of the ,city all will publishing a daily'newspaper! Judge Last night was one of the'most impressive located in almost every state and territory .
The San Juan is hotel Thompson stated that he got sufficient of,the union. Over 500
day!, wary ,26th at;ten o'clock a So Declares Prominent.Britisher Who agree. a of the services in the seriesof hospitals 4

m., 0 i hundred aeate>will'be reserv- Paid Atlanta a Pop..Call Saturday that has made many a knight of the encouragement to begin such an en- meetings being carried on by Dr. and sanatoriums have been established ;

''V ed i those' who" can :not. -.alwatys'bet That the better class of English grip happy and the expressions of terprise. The'first issue of his paper Thacker. He took his text from Second with more than 30,000 beds for ,1
at the opening of the proof ; appreciation among that great 'f raI will be gotten out in about tw .weeks. consumptives. About 400 dispensaria4)
women are taking no part in the Samuel, "Such a Dead Dog" and I
Lru! window-smashing ua.other depreda- I.ternity are very flattering and as deserving under a most beautiful parallel be- with more than 1,000 physicians .0. 1

the important towns in tions of the militant .-suffragettes in I as they are, flattering.The INITIAL WORK TO START STATE tween the treatment of souls came attendance and at least 150 open br ::;

t 'Flo now have.a; winter Chautau- his,country, is statement, made by ,hotel is not alone popularwiththe GOLF ASSOCIATION Mafitosheth, by David and Christ's i schools for tuberculosis and anaemic

qua, The talent engaged'and neces- E. H. Wilson, of London>> general'manager drummer', but with the tourist and treatment' of every sinner who comes children have also been provided 4

t., ry make'.absolutely esIf of the Northern Assurance. com- home people as well. Whenever any Wednesday will bethe day for the to him. :Laws dealing 'with tuberculosis haft

k U or"our people to liberally jrar- pany; who paid. the city a,flying visit city organization wants a place of coming of the clans, Jacksonville Dr. Thacker announced as his subject !been passed in 45 states and ordi-

,1. ;chase I reserve seats. Every one desir- yesterday.Mr. meeting where they may gather'end Ocala, Winter Park, Tampa, Kissim. for the 10 o'clock service this !I ances on this subject have been adopt ,

ing;tytch seat should be present and Wilson is of the -pinion that discuss questions of civic welfare; mee, Sarasota and elsewhere will be morning: "Thte The Bible secret of !ed in over 200 cities and towns. Ai

make\Their reservation.; the women who exploded a bomb, under Harry Beeman is always ready to admit in Orlando for,three days at the form- being happy. He urged upon the people I active field campaign of educatiol

the country residence of DavidJoydGeorge them to thelarge and commodious ing of the State Golf Association. the importance of bringing the against tuberculosis has been carriedon

:BALL) BASE AND BALL 'BASKET chancellor .of the eX- parlors of the San Juan and the pea Orlando has put up the handsomest unconverted with them for the ser .! in 40 states and territories bj
knew he not about ple of the city regard this hotel as one means of lectures, exhibits, the prelland
,---- hequer,. was trophies ever offered in Florida, A vices. And he especially besought \
t" Tht Orlando High School boys will "They are not attempting to kill of the many comforts of Orlando championship cup, a ,Zunner-up-cup parents and Sunday school teachers to : the distribution of over 100,000

bails with the Hillsboroqgh or injure any one," he said/'but:want wherein they may,all share. and a consolation medal. talk with' their children, our scholars 000, pamphlets on this disease. ,

ernes High )(school .boys of. Tampa, at she to'make themselves conspicuous and Mr. Beeman has been' very fortu 'The events will close Friday night and Christians to' come with them, to Contrasted with the rapid pre4 ',
sensational to attract attention nate in the selection of a chief clerk. the meetings.These gress with the anti-tuberculosis ca m1
riving park Friday after- to with a grand ball at the Country Club .
Li neon s\nd the boys promise a good their cause. Of course,the,best Englishwomen For the man who kicks on the treatment All Orlando should be interested in '
: eae, i both-teams are made up oi are not a party .to such i given: him by Harry E. Waters this tournament. The' golf course is the time when 'money shall come into points"out that at the present

lit of.boys: things.. I is a hard customer to please. Mr. doing much to advertise ,Orlando and the various, churches of the city. time there' is 'still need for at least
In t&e evening a girls Basket When seen in the main foyer of the Beeman recognizes a 'good, thing when every business man should 'be interested 100,000 hospital i beds for indigent
Terrace hotel where ,he is: he 'sees it and has ,kept ,Mr./Waters consumptives in the advanced stages (
3 Ball teams from the rime :High in it. It is a great,asset, of the
> there now for five and he BIG TIMBER DEAL IN PENSA. of the disease who be
wife years seemsa must '
Schools wil play a match game, in registgredwith .his, Mr. Wilson honor. All success to this first.State segregated
fixture.to the place. COLA MADE if tuberculosis is to be
opined he had little to say of interestto meet_ I kept from "I
the'ardipry. Atlantans., It is his _opinion just Special' to 'The Sentinel spreading. Another 100,000 beds is'| '
ai "i: -'It will be remembered that theseLowe' INITIAL MOVE TO START ..ST TEGOLF' > Pensacola, Feb. 24.-A cash deal of sanatoria for tuberculosis
the ,that this will patient,
: ,,country soon
; two team* ; met in the arena l.lDe.: ASSOCIATION IN OR considerable magnitude, which, it is who
have .the' lame trouble with suffragettes FROM AN OLD TIMER' > are.in the early or curable ,stages
I everal tiBMI.'AiI'win; r and'put up LANDO understood involved in the neighbor
s; -- Great Britain is of the disease, are needed. In addition
as experiencing
> ''very"" gamey contests 'and this'game hood of fifty thousad dollars ($50-
f Suffolk Vt. to this* large bed provision, The National
and he is wondering how the situation 'Feb.,2nd)913
: Vlwffl: be full off Surest.'ft Wednesday will be the day for the 000) ,was consummated in Pensacolalate Association affirms that visit
+ Y will be handled and the'exigeney met South Florida Sentinel,
i coming of the clowns. Saturday afternoon, when J, D.
when bands with"Votes for Women" Orlando, Fla., ing nurses, tuberculosis clinics and
Jacksonville, Ocala, Winter Park Johnston and J. M.-,Brown, both'-re. >
: AT TM* GRAND bafflers'.start smashing windows. and Gentlemen: open air schools should be established .
Tampa, Sarasota, and elsewhere will cently,of ,Miller's Ferry, Perry county
the 1ike.Atlanta Journal Inclosed find,cheek for $Loot o renew in almost. ,every city and town ia
'' Go to, the Gnat 'Theatre ;tonight ';" beta Orlando for three' :days at the my subscription to your paper. Florida, bought the controlling the United. States. Furthermore,. the ,

laid-see the ' said rye ivill_ goaar- forming 'of the State Golf Associa- Was' in 'hopes of >being there'again. interest, in, the,'large turpentine,farmof I present campaign contemplates theentire

afife! that yo witi dopartfrom.there ATTn'LUCERNE, ,- tHL. this( February,.but could not do so. the McPhaul Turpentine Company, population of the United '

porftetiy satirfed At* ywgotyow: '". j > ." "" Orlando has put up the handsomest I lived in Orlando long before the"Sentinel" near the new town of .Jt garre1, on I States amounting to 90,000,000 peopl*.
is e at..the Lucerne Thea- trophies ever offered in Florida. A : Florida and Alabama Railway, in and the extension of the .
? jaot!y'i-north:-, TVe; :foBowing i'l1: pioteree:, and have always loved the campaign of t:

tfce program: I,trt lint night' were .exceedingly> goodand championship cup,, a runner-up-cup dear town, possibly better than. any Monroe county, Alabama organization already;:in effect' to take ll 1

Sjfaf on Waie," e edy, Kalem. lever The program'' for this and' a consolation medalThe spot on earth., If was 'there that 'I in every state, city,,and .town of the : 1
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'"Ov t Oe lack gave, otedy, Edar afternoon( and night will. feature, 'a events win dose Frid y'nightWitJa" sowed my "wild oats",and had an all. 'Wichita- ,Texas, Feb. 24.- country.: I' 1

| '4 "ATurafeg "Treacherous+ Shot," a sensational pie.. a good ban'at'the country, club round, good time, 'and',have,:a 'very ceased at the execution:'of ,Madero,

; "The; '.Pofct," dra a., Ka-_ tote, the'Sooth before.'the'war, drama,,- \ AH.Orlando should be interested.in few friend left there_that 1.will"ever prominent:citizens in, this city, today WEATHER ORT.. tJ 1 ;_ I
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: : Kale I this' ,t e r love. Someday, it-:is" my...pwpose to pat into circulation .a ,petition demanding 0

; :: i4 - "Between ,:w :9irlJ.," a'farce,com-<< ,The golf ,course it doing much to return ,to Orlando to 'take .up a permanent I that tie:United States goy.ernaent'deteadd Florida:, Fair, Tuesday; colder m'" t F

.; ;.J.G x qtr. aaaaat'YrLLG ......1.1P. >t tM. advertise;Orlando, and every;businessman abode, or at least have a hoae that all Americanaleave the Peninsula Wednesday,fair. It- t
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: MORE. ',ABOUT, -. 'A AVIATORS .; 'W. 7. BRYAN'S 4 PROGRAM t t t ,!. 'C t i' t.f, i t 1 -
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"4 f ,In conversation, . with' Professor, Wig It,will,be noticed that W:J.;Bryanis ADVERTISE, '
1 fins he stated that in making a flight not making any lecture engagements IF YOU '
:Ike man in the.machine was'soon lost for dates after:March fourth. Want a Cook '.
iy} IB,the:earth and earthly objects.:That .That: 'Bryan will have buSiness Want a Partner BARGAINS I.! BARGAINS! BARGAINS!
he was :lost:to all 'sound' ,from .the with that popular dispensatory bureau Want a Situation :
& ;{t earth and that objects on 'the, earth of Washington,D.,C., is not a matterof Want a Servant Girl '
fcoked distorted and unnatural when an doubt, Want to Sell a Piano '
elevation of a mile or more is reached 'That he entitled. to.a prominent Want to'Sell a Carriage We take pleasure in announcing to Ladies and Childrens Ready to.
IB>connection with this statement ,we< place 'no one will dispute or regret WanttoSellTownProperty the people in Orlando and vicinity 'wear hats from 50c up. s
'4. ."bUsh some statements from a Lon Mr. Bryan is a great power for good, Want to Sell Your Groceries that our line of Spring; and! Summer Ladies Rain Coats, Regular 5.00
I Ion scientist, which will: be of inter: in..this country. He has not always Want to Sell Your Hardware Merchandise, which is arriving daily kind, now $%.98. Childrens RainProof
,:' 'st:. been right,but he'has been right more Want customers for Anything such as Dry Goods, Clothing,' Shoes, Capes from $1.98 up.
;mod r Dr Von Schroetter',says that, for times than any :man in political life Advertise Daily in This Paper Hats, Millinery, Ready to Wear Hats, Ladies Washable Skirts, all styles
the medical 'man the' main point of: today. Advertising Is theWaytoSuccess the Styles Shown are varied enough from $1.24 up.
interest in aeronautics is the produc The Sentinel had hoped that Mr. Advertising Brings Customers to suit the tastes of every one, and Ladies and Children's Coats and
ton,,so,to:say. of anew climate. Bryan would be the man to succeedthe Advertising Keeps Customers the prices are in keeping with every Suits at Surprisingly low Prices.
{ Apart from the strain on the'nervis : late Whitelaw Reid, as this Advertising Insures Success purchaser's idea of economy. Calicos 5c per yard.
r '' and physical organs, the sudden country's representative at, the court Advertising Shows Energy .* SPECIAL BARGAINS DURING French'Gingham lOc per yard
jfcgnge of the pressure of the atmosphere of.St James. No man in this countryis Advertising Shows Pluck FAIR WEEK. To accomodate the trade' we give
and consequently' of its oxygen ,so eminently qualified and no man Advertising Is "Biz" Shoes for Men,'Ladies, Misses and away nice china ware for premiums
component, affects the circulation would command as high respect in Advertise of Bust' Children in all styles and colors, high to everybody who trades with us. We
and! the ;,respiration. much more than that important'position as Mr. Bryan. Advertise Long, and low cut, to suit the taste of every Guarantee Satisfaction..or your mon.
c He'gradual ascent in mountain-climb- But it is not likely that Mr; Bryan I t..f.Advertise Well __ body.. AU Shoes will sell at FIFTEEN ey refunded.
-1 kg d es."i will accept that position if, tendered *-V ADVERTISE PER CENT OFF Come and convice: yourself.
The powerful draught causes a keen It is..more than likely that.Mr. Bryan S At Once Ladies Shirt Waists and Middy Your Trade will be
sensation .of cold, which is the first will ,be tendered and] will accept the INTHESENTINELWELCOME Blouses of styles from 98c up. .
# Ladies Dresses from 98c up. Men's Straw Hats from tic up
; symptom complained of, and deafness very important cabinet position of; l'
, is very soon experienced in consequence Secretary of State. If he does, it may t . i t f t t C C S t . Childrens Dresses from 48c up. .Men's Alpaca Coats from $LZO up.Kanner's .
,:3 of the altered pressure upon truly be said that two of the greatestmen .
t Ae, tympanum; 'subjective noises, this nation has ever producedare
tt ffliir in the ears and,diminished acuity at the head of the government ,of
r sf hearing are often persistent. Attempts the United States.PASS.A.GRILL TO New York
1 at protection by plugging the !
r .
P rare, are insufficient TO HAVE STREET ROYAL PALM
..,. The reduced supply of oxygen caus-i RAILWAYEven
d'by the rapid movement and the fall Store
.if the atmospheric pressure gives riseto Pass-a-Grill realizes the im- BARBER SHOP Bargain
o- unpleasant symptoms of cerebral portance of street railways and ac- '
}; rigin, such as vertigo, vomiting and cording to the dispatches from thereis Modern and Complete. -
'"1isu 1 hallucinations. A dangerous"and to have such. Everything new, individual If You Would be Posted be a,Daily Visitor to this Store

frequent symptom is the desire Although the city is a small one, electric attachments at every
Lv far sleep, occuring after some time on an island, Pass-a-Grill is to havea chair. No stone has been left
Airing flying, in spite of the aviator's real street car line one mile long unturned to make this shop
.c strenuous efforts to keep awake. The commissioners of the city today meet th erequirements of. the
4. 1 A very unpleasant sensation is that granted to Neel A. Mitchell and several most particular. Plenty of
if dizziness caused by the altitude of associates a franchise for,a streetcar room. Courteous attendants.
a, Ike 'aeroplane, the result being that line, cars to be operated either by
'" ,f6jects 'on the ground appear to be gasoline or electricity. The plan isto ELIJAH Proprietor.WHITEHEAD, J OX? !UM HA&RC &
istorted, displaced or' in rapid un. have a gasoline car at the start .
Orange Ave., Orlando, Fla.
c wonted movement, and that 'the aviator carrying fifty persons, and later to
is often at a loss as,to his actual us electricity with overhead trolley.
1 position. Perhaps this condition is Eventually the line will be extended f
;' responsible for inexplicable falls of to the ,northern end of the island, a I"
aeroplanes from a, moderate height, distance of six or seven miles, and I U
He sequence being dizziness, a wrong there cross Boca Ceiga Bay to the
ianeuver,and finally the catastrophe. mainland, where connection would be S
,; The sense' of orientation in space made with the trolley line' from St. JUf OAKLANDTHE I
8 also lost, so that the aviator does Petersburg. Mr. Mitchell and his associates
4 Mt know, for instance, whether he is got a franchise for thirty
y k the'horizontal positions or not, es'pedally years, and expect to start work of
'when he, is surrounded. ,by construction in thirty days. CAR
tkmds., ,The late, M Latham told Dr.
ion' Schroetter that on one occasion LOST-A golden opportunity to ad-, THAT EVERYBODY
Jie:, was completely'bewildered: after a vertise in,the Sentinel today. ,
jew minutes' experience of this kind, .'.
and came to the ground without his
1nowl ge. Dr. von Schroetter 'be- ABOUT I
'; feres that flying may easily cause aicrvous la cvicwlnn'iNIS.C..IATCI
>breakdown.--London Lancet. ASK FOR DEMONSTRATIONSEE


f Y An epidemic-of typhoid fever has PROPRIETOR.'Miles South( MAGRUDERPatronize Hardware, Agricultural Implements, Harness, Saddlery

He capital! city in its grasp,,there be.ag PINE CASTLE, of Orlando.
eight cases at the present ,time. .I Paints, Oils, Building Material,. Etc. -;
Jt,had been stated that the councilat .
its meeting would take under con RATES i : : $1 Per Day Sentinel advertiters. +
iteration this' serious situation with Orlando, PloaacLa I

He view :of having, an investigation
Bade 'to determine the 'cause of the
-' t void epidemic in the city. But the .

ao alter action was was not'taken.brought up at all, and GREATEST BARGAIN IN ORlANDO i
'.i 'Typhoid is a disease that human

,Stings alone responsible for. It
v it'-low a settled 'fact that the germs W. M. SLEMON

a: for this dread disease can come only 8 BEAUTIFUL ,LOTS ON LAKE ;
from human ,excr tions. This being
true, how necessary that the utmost EOLA can be bought very I
nation be exercised in the sanitary ,
department of a city. The transmit. reasonable. Inquire at the
Our New S StO is In
ting of the germs are usually through Spring [ Coning I I
water or milk that we take into our SENTINEL
iomachs. J I And we will offer to you a Choice Selection of High Class
.- mimiiiiiiiii t **i / GOODS as well as FANCY SILKS, and FINE DRESS
:. According to estimates' made from GOODS, HOSIERY IN SILK LISLE AND COTTON, and
fie figures obtained at the Board of "the Many Accessories that Women Use. . . . . . ..
Trade, St. Petersburg has 24,000 persons 1913 i
within the proposed new boundaries Bargains Six Days in Every Week
' this winter. On the books for the : .
registration of visitors, 7,200 names -.. We carry all the time a large stock of SHOES of the
appear, and as less than 50 per cent best makes and newest styles. KING QUALITY MEN'S t
.f:the visitors register, it is believed SHOES. CRADDOCK TERRY'S WOMEN'S SHOES '
to be safe to say that there are 14,400 IndianMOTOCYCLES : AND CHILDREN'S SHOES. NONE BETTER ARE L
visitors here this winter. With the SOLD IN THIS MARKET. t'
;000 persons'inside the city, perma- SCHLOSS BROS. FINE SUITS FOR MEN at $15.00, }.
sent residents, and the 3,000 outside $20.00, $25.00 and $30.00.are unsurpassed for STYLE :
He present city,limits, but inside the FIT AND QUALITY.
proposed limits, St. Petersburg has LORD BALTIMORE BOYS SUITS WILL BE SURE
14,000 inhabitants at the present time. TO PLEASE YOU.
'Four H. P. Models $200.00 t _

t One-fourth off on all goods Sale Seven H. P. Models, $250.00 I R

kits until the first S.of March E. LESHER. Ii I C. :E: :Eilpert W. M. SlemonsLUMBER

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ORLANDO,,FLA. Agent for Orange County j jIIHHMMilllMMIIIMMMIIH -
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ryiag o tJof.u: unwritten law in.1IeX1e -, .' TO ASSUME THAT YOU ARE ,
,' -!' wtich {gives; to'.officials. thetight .....y, Fehrury' 24' : -'I
to murder man who happens BRIGHTER FRUIT! ', ,
! 'to.be iD-their'Way,or'in opposition to i Free
r from the dust mite and for which '
jf command the '
f. None bat'the iron hand'ofDw; has you fancy prices, user .
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been able to, the Mexican CO. "SULPHO-CITROL" .. .
ever govern _.:... ..>
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'people and'it is'doubtful if any stable Electrical Wireing and Motor Work : c ,

." .government. .. will ever ,again be established 1 ....
': until some country,steps ins OPENING PLAY NEWELL ELECTRICAL, CANYARCADE
where the standardS'of manhood are If :
:, 'held 'higher,' and where goy riu ent ABIOKENHEARTVaudeville BUILDING you want.r: : .
., has a' more'sacred meaning than in CHURCH ST. L
. Between. Each ,
.'. Mexico. PHONE 280 To destroy the "THRIPP," use-
. The situation is gra e,and the-eiv.I
t diced world can not stand idlY.b1 and PRICES "BLACK LEAF TOBACCO EXTRACT."

yt 'see' this land despoiled and people Our ne w1913 Almanac containing full
murdered at the will or caprice of the ..
l :: and information sent for three
i1 1001 you cents
: ''warring" 'factions" of. 'that- country LUbl UUbl
: Every state, .m. that country has : postage.
grown.,to be',an incubator of 'lawlessness I PICTURES FROM':7 to 8130Indeed The Best is the CheapestSO

and-rebellion in,which human .. ..

w C life':The counts deposing for.nothing.and' murder., of one HllliHIMMHIIIIIIilM-- J reo.GET...u,THE BEST OF E.,0. Painter Fertilizer Co.

rebel official to be quickly followed.by
t.'t .. 'anothe; rebel ,rank :follow rebel Paints and Wall PaperTHE
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i ng' ,
i comes in. its, way, How long. must 1912 WALL PAPER IN SAMPLESIS I

:,,_ the civilized world,look on? 1' They GRAND AND I WILL BE PLEASEDTO J.
t A. Concord Park young lady and her
. young man friend.were examining the AreNo
,' x 'drawings lathe, department at the R. .
;. ,Fair,'and the;young lady:said,:"Paul to be I .'
r better cigars are :
a wooden, bridge out at my grand- Fireplace Mantels '
i father's". found anywhere we'resure : GEO. A. BARKER PHONE 268 '
of than, hence we feelno 1
" hesitancy saying that Tiles and Grates
i.. COMMERCIAL PRINTING :regardless of price, there is ,
not a cigar made that you
Calorie Fireless
r We,:have the:best;>> equipped printing can enjoy, more than Cookers,
,plant'in the city, for'doing Com HAWLEY'S
'.._ ,mirciil'Work.> ,Your, order, Urge or :I STRAIGHTSHAVANAS .SPRINS I MILLINERY[ OPENINGWednesday [ Electric Pocket Flash Lights,
(small, is handled hereby, trained,ei.perts -> : and
:',whose knowledge of the print : Complete Electric Lighting Plants of -
: wit is st d. :Accurate,
unqu on : ,Made in,Orlando. Sold by :
reliable service prompt and courteous : all Dealers. Only :cost 5 ,: and Thursday,
'' "treatment all, that's'why this .. cents.' I Any Installed.

x'r bounds.establishment'has. .' grown by.leaps and ASK FOR THEMHllllllimiMHMMIil:I February 26th and 27th. ..... I .

' We want Printing. -1 <
i, Phone;24. . Court Street EX S.
t. Arcade Building New' 7-room house, with electric ..... ,.
i: lights, bath, and all modern convene
i: Lot 75x200. Price, 2,850. ELECTRICIAN,
'for the Sunday Sentinel. iences. :MSSESIAIILM&BMNSORANGE

r Teaeeats.a. week delivered. Terms to suitCHADWICK &; COOPER. PONE tHe New laid ...., (lIIrdt.SL

:Ii f'o'i' '- I AVENUE ORLANDO, FLA. .
k. ''WANI'iCMa 'C.s I'tile. I At

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' 4. Sentinel ,repreae .article'in' today's'issne by' Search You Will

rr' -n ::,i BVBBCIffflON' lf not make' a Beacham, of Orlando' as

.* him whether Mr. Beacham has
;::'\" THE DAILT fflWTOJELoe something
.? :."" ..year ,.. ....!".. .;.:- .. ....15.00fa alit is or split up : about State highways. ]
; ." ...... but that the best goes into,the question:; .
:Months ,; .... ,: .i. JL50ftree :
f Months. .!'....._....... L25fcr.Week for Sanford was for roads and shows 'that You Cant Find More for

'-,;...........'!'....... .10THB move on her part. highest economy to build 4
, I He said that a He estimates that the 1*
vision had been ,on of the paved.
:Jtrjetr.. :by Bufl,'..tn >>&I4..UO which was,the Florida has been, f": our Money Elsewhere '

.iy .Mlrm Tn;'8IN'1'INII.'J'1oricla.. . colored men, and than wasted, because of >.a 4
Qlot: Govft Stmt: Arcade Bofldlnf' jections to the character tif the :' \
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Peas U not. sign a That the state, in building -- ,'!

:,F. 8CBUMANN. UtorJOfflAH on and for ,that would be building for NOR CAN .
,HUB,, tr'p t.i Afterward to come is an item of JEWELRY I

TUESDAY FEBRUARY 25, 1913c him with a in the Stringer plan and: 'THAN OURS. FOR SEVERAL YEARS THIS :
I he looked at it and not be overlooked. j i j

i-Make; your plans'to- attend the saying colored to men Jones on, it to insists invest the that large Florida sum. I j' '; ": HAS BEEN SO, IT IS SO TODAY, AND WILL

ajiautauqpa next week._ _?>+!". found they were in ,these good roads and I y BE SO TOMORROW
r ---e--, :, niggers on their is no possible investment YEAR, AND IN Ji

I I' The climatic, conditions of Orlando .would come off' as could make that would bring;1; THE YEARS
wi as. near perfect for pleasurable TO COME., .
ire I a question for : ,
returns to ,the 'people of .
k;' ustence,as,can be found in America decide. ; l't nii\t! t:>ot.\oOO : '' ; "

0 This gentleman of the state high-I I

; ate The getting'under'boost.for'the way Chautauqua, but it seems was I i r for withhold, unnecessary his name proposition and the greatest is now becoming interest ::| 'W Not Hare I he Best ann Be Sure

,be making up! for lost time. ,one of several of created in the subject. ', : .-:
o I '
who will
ers believes the people are
t'' Hey have a different idea of the it becomes the plan by an overwhelm

'a r, call' :of'publicofDei: .1s in Mexico There are and that, if they had the '

p. from that which. is advocated in this men who take of If It's

wintry. the, matter and would expressing say so in no them-un- , in t e JewIryLine1 We ave It

J 0 the Sanford .-Tampa Tribune.
,Some of our' suffragette hikers who ,

i.yj approve the throwing of bombs by I
heir English cousins would probably FLORIDA PROBLEMS FOR MR.

'lecome hysterical if somebody should Florida has too WILSON T.Itvansthe JewelerOPPOSITE
gout "Rats!
K too few general Wilson will be inducted
Interests of the with a greater number of
x The ,Sentinel is hereto be a part of
Florida has confronting him for
Vrlando: to help advance every laud-
and in' any man who has ever
able cause and build worthy
up every
the Presidential office in
in will |
:; enterprise. It is here to stay, andhas .spots not. | .
Florida is
distinct in staying. And a
purpose '' ] situation, and the
ulation today is j re
its staying, involves the best inter.
this to that
from state government
vis of the people.
# o people bring with i I is really serious and calls )-

< Many of judgment and firm ,and
jr The man who he does, not haveline J
'states possessing !!i I The duty this country
to read his home is out ofouch
paper dr
well tried laws. bench."r. own people in that coun
with his people' and' a lack of I '
,. conditions in position under the Monroe SprIna Millillery ,
larmony with the affairs of his fel- .
give that were i j makes our duty unmis.I
Jsw! business men will soonreduce I
settled and
: loth his business and his arduous duies. j i %
twenty years ago. i| there is the Panama Canal
Florida laws completed, and involved

o : conditions that.the .i i i is the question of our rela.
Next Sunday afternoon at 3 o'clock Opening
't rill ,be the opening of'the Orlando, to grow and ; England. The Philippine '
,ties should not be :; is demanding attention'like-
f&autauqua. Chautauqua move- the
:Bent accomplishing a' great work;
of tariff
those things that a on
it this country and the,peopleof Or: ,7I
friends of tariff
m' ,\. i the purview of are hope
indo'will. gladly avail themselves othe
cials.,Permissive and the democratic party
benefits of this great institution n
1 with the state is united, of so much im-
.hich is brought to their door anwally. -I feral instances, that an extra session of con- ,
I nesdayandThursday
: t- -.t |these, organiza I! early be called. I ......
Orange'cunty ed. One of the :1 nd many other questions of
Sanford is the only town in
these is commis lesser importance are
that is ,in favor of division. ,
n.cities.., A a ,master mind. The people
"'-"Probably' this is why Sanford,has appointed passed so that general continent have con FEBRUARY 18th and 27th i
a committee of 150 to work f
fer' embrace Mr. Wilson's ability and his
it. Of course they will be in
is undisputed Indeed,
vote of her many
h Tallahassee :
too thick to "keep off the '
This is one of ; men look upon his adven .
grass, but the next.Legislature will '
state and must : at this time a most fortu
,' fe. composed, of men,that can't be flim.lammed bJ.
If such for all the parties in-
into mutilating, impoverish- i fairly. a Everyone Cordially /
then each city ,
ag;,and,ruining this.county that the :
1 Wilson shall
be fortunate
themselves the
State points to with pride.--The Sum | '
of his cabinet, this
r4ih *r County Advance./ or no they shall Invited
I Ir |,! ernment, and if so hope to be spared from .
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with foreign powers, and
;These balmy spring days that come I jbe.l "
The civic many of the present
Honda while the March lion i is
: .
rightly take Hence it is not strange that n '
I may
' ftagingabontin the north MARI 1
a : great are il:with their await Mr., Wilson's an w ,
.apt to mislead oar Yankee cousins now with much anxiety. .
2: at' our midst'who cannot appreciate
o '. .1', .
that there is winter 'anywhere. To.JUDGE : '' -",
such we say, don't be in a hurr .' It TION VERY POSTOFFICE BUILD .

hr Trill be several weeks yet before you can j i i It will be a s !i ING Exclusive Millinery Parlors / .

'fg ,horse radish .or gather dande--ment .Judge : r Second Floor '
Ions. Stay'and enjoy Florida grits I if his i appointment is a sample of the

and turnip greens. as long ,as'. you i ian j Judge fails of i sent out by Washington

for you will have nothing but will fail, is almost correspondents. And while

',tAe roots from the cellar and sassa--,I program at legislation is to be con -

fas tea for three'months yet in Yanfeedom. -,agreed upon and yet specific cases !
-1- I Io ('Judge Cheney's made to suffer because of "Washington, Feb 24.-Congressman economy programme, but the pork Mrs. L B. Bailey, after spendingtwo

.qf I tcratic: senators padding of the general bill. Fitzgerald of New York, having barrel is too much for'most of them. weeks in Orlando, left yester

:Twenty years ago there'was,not an : yield many offices many cases in the'United demonstrated that he is above any At the rate the Government has been day.for her home in San Mateo, Fla. ..
I considerations of "pork" is still ham- Mrs. Bailey's daughter, Miss Marion,
automobile in the whole world. Today and are not doing postoffice buildings are going this fair land would soon have
' mering away for economy in the pub is a student of the Cathedral School
there are more than twenty mil. I can take and Orlando is one of
lic, business. It is said that the in been sprinkled over with, postoffice -
,Bon and no part of,the world is wieat th- fact that no pe
sertion of a nice fat appropriation for buildings like a hobbledehoy with The man who announces an invention -
\ ,them. They are being more rapitiy made to him. It morning the line in front I
+ manufactured than. ever. They consideration. delivery windows ex- enlarging* ,the postoffice site in Brook- freckles. Of course some postofficesare to prevent umpires from making

re capturing the.travel of the coun- The Judge is a [ onto the walk and on north lyn in the public buildings bill failedto necessary, but in order to get I I. mistakes Is no friend of baseball If

try, and in doing so are pushing the a good business ; walk past the Abernethy influence Fitzgerald one iota, and them it has been necessary placate umpires,were. perfect the sport would "'

.p!!propaganda good roads. We must suffer any : '!! and the walk was com, that,when this was learned the committee a lot of congressmen who did 'not be robbed of"' half its pleasure for

Vro,good roads-we cannot afford, in privation of ; ,for nearly an hour. quietly cut ,out the item.. need them but who thought that Government many "fans. (

Act to ,have bad roads.-Ocala, Baner. can make more 1m st'a, daily occurrence. "The democrats have shown a good buildings would look well, on o '
nels than on the ? I deal of strength of purpose, in th$ Main street and help gather votes." Mrs. J. H. McCulIoch is recoveringfrom
i -t a badly sprained arm. l

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, ;.... :' : ...'SP.-.w-.M .: -, : . / 3 : We' pride ourselves I on never' having had, dissatisfied>> customer ,\:,: /,r oh',.:'It, i.!',, ..

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:"' 50c Linens for . ,'. . "..40c We also call your attention to Furnishings, and will be glad to '
,, ::- : :, A fine lot of 12/ c towels for lOc '
::> .' {/\ / not more than 1 doz. to a eostomer. $1.75 Napkins for . .. ., . .$1.45 our line of Leather, Leatheroid show you that we can save you
r.- '0c Linens> for . .'..t V.:.. .50c t
:., $2.00 Napkins for . . . .$1.60 and Japanese Straw Suit Cases, money, or give you better quality {

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75c Linens for . .'.,.., :. ;60c $3.00 Napkins for . . . .$2.50 that we are selling very low ,for the same money, as we
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have no bad debts to make up on
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tF. IT. Board.ro.ans: : 1O6 S. Orange &ve., Orlando }

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.. The Johnny J. Jones shows which AT, THE GRAND WEDNESDAY 'i
were here last week left Sunday for

{{,' WADE Daytona, where they are to exhibit. The Greatest Production That Ever

THE TUNER Came to Orlando A Rare {
Treat to Lovers
ORLANDO, FLA." The new residence of E. H. Goreis Col. T. J. :Watkins, who is anxiousto

; J. completed and he expects to be living bring to Orlando the very best pictures -

V;:: on Anderson ,street before many that are to be had, has at great Y
11" ra
:'4 days. expense, secured that wonderful series -
As fine ,new potatoes as" were ever of films of "From the Manger to ORIENTAL RUGS CARPETS ETC. x
,produced in'any.' .country are coming Mr. and Mrs. Parry, prominent the Cross."

fa. into ,market now. people from Riverton, N. J., arrived This great panorama of'the life of
last night and will, be registered at Christ from the time of his birth to For Three Days Only at .

-The Aid ,Society' of the, Presbyterian the San Juan for several days., his death,"will be. given at the Grand
i Church will not hold its regular Opera House, on Wednesday eveningof S
monthly "sit round" today (Tuesday). I Miss Gertrude Leonard-Davis and this week. YOWELLSFebruary b
; I mother, Mrs Theodore Leonard, will Every phase of the life of Christ, .
l. Bargain Stationery, 15 cents pefV,will, arrive today from Riverton, N. is covered by the pictures. His nativity F

7 'pound. Try one, youwill.not be dis- J. They will have apartments at the his childhood, his public minis- 24 )
25 and .
J appointed. Curtis & O'Neal, next to San Juan. try, including the working of mira- 26. .
,Postoffice. cles; His accusation and trial; the' !
j Mrs: Julia Tull, of Philadelphia, journey to the cross and the tragedyof Mrs;'Mural Donchian from New York City, with an $18,000.00 assortment of fine t

:, Rev DuBoise Tucker, of Philadelphia Pa., who has been the guest of her the ages, are brought to the view

,,; Pa.' will preach at the First brother,:DrJohn Tull, of this city, for of the audience in these great pic- ORIENTAL RUGS AND CARPETS t
"Baptist Church' Orlando, :next, Sun-t the past week"',. left yesterday after- tures. .'
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: day. for Jacksonville. The touching picture of Mary in her
'(' ,- noon girlhood, at the annunciation, and the will have space in Yowell's Store, second floor, for three days only, showing a'grand

Miami.is holding their county'Fair It is rumored, that Lucerne Circle birth-place appeals'to every heart. : Selection of Keshan Kerman, Sarouk, Tebriz, Kurdistan, ... 1
: this week and .the people of ,the tomato will soon be paved with brick. Resi Jesus in the streets receiving ova- Shiraz, China Silk and Antique Persian Silk, "
; County,are preparing ,for a big dents in that part of the city, who tions from the people amidst the way : ;:

j. 'show., daily drive through the mud puddlesand ing of palms, and later in the same ,' Special attention is called to Keshaw Silk Rug on display of the Sultan Abdul Hamet ':i
soft places, hope the rumor, will streets being stoned by the populace
1 Mr, Frank'L,Holt, wife and child develop into a reality. t presents a pathetic picture. ; Collection bought in Constantinople by Mr. Donchian buyers,

.;.. :ren, of Plainfield N. J.; are'in Orlando' 1, The latter part of the picture show- ; and is valued in the market at $5,000,00 =j

; visiting Mr. and'Mrs. Chanucey' t11r. Holt Among the prominent guests now i:ing Christ's ministry, includes I i

r! on ,Magnolia avenue. ; sojourning at the San Juan are Judge I]his entrance into the temple ; Sale will be conducted by M. Donchian and J. BaylarianYowell's : I
and Mrs. ,John K. Shields, of Knox- :where he sees the house of worship ] ,
and Mrs. A. L, Moser: and ville, Tenn ,Judge Shields was recently being profaned by the money chang-: J
\ daughters?Misses Jessie B. and Joan elected, United States Senator I ers, and his,driving out of these com-

MeL Moser, of Uniontown, ,Pa., are from that state._ mercial grafters by means of a lash

,,rat the .San,, Joan. 'These estimable 11 Ti made of his own belt. The last part y ::1
,people have visited Orlando. upon former .- of the picture is almost a word for
; occasions and have,many friends. The date for the convention of word portrayal of the scripture story.I i

that are pleased to see,them., the,, state good, roads association,! ,To produce these wonderful pictures -;
'''L which is to be held in Eustis has requires five reels and in all : .'
Mr.. and Mrs. Augustus Creep, of been,:changed to February 27th and 5,550 feet of film, and two hours are I ,J

Hanover, Par, who arrived: in Orlandoa 28th, of this week, Thursday and Fri- required in showing them. ,

week or so ago,were so well pleased day,and all persons interested in the These are the most expensive pictures -1 t !

', with the surroundings that they subject of good roads, whether members ever shown in this city and is 11 11i
have.purchased one of the'new houses of the association or not, are an entertainment extraordinary, instructive -

-, recently erected by, Mr.. F., B.. Dale'_ urged to attend this meeting. wholesome and holy and will ;
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,on Margaret street and will make (Ur only cost the people of Orlando j i I1

lando their future home. It will be a source of much pleasure twenty-five cents admission, and if it
to the many friends in this cityto is here as at Jacksonville and other
Mr. and Mrs. John Rowe, who have know that Mrs. L. B. Hamlin will places where shown the capacity of I

,spent,the last eight weeks in Orlando arrive in Orlando today from Elgin, the Grand will be taxed to its utmost I
,start' today,for their home in Madison : III, on a visit. Mrs. Hamlin formerly by people who will be anxious to'l 1

South Dakota. They, will Visit lived in the beautiful home on the cor- both see the pictures and testify

Daytona and St. Augustine enroute ner of Orange avenue and Jackson Col. Watkins their keen appreciation I

i home. They were so well please street, which is,now owned by Mrs. of such a worthy show. I
that they expect to return next seas- Bumby. Mrs. Hamlin will be accom d.
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K1 i#>n. panied by her sister, Mrs. C. T. Sher- STRIVING ,FOR BETTER STREETS I $r
fl win. They will be guests of the San II

Mr. T. J. Walker brought into this Juan. The city council is corresponding _
,} office a basket' of ,mammoth lemons I I with parties in various parts of the : i

,that were as large and smooth as LOST-On or near Orange Avenue, state relative ,to road materials in A5'.1
i grape fruit They were of the PondeRosa two tatting jabots. Return toWoman's the hope of finding something more
Exchange and re-
variety.. Mr. Walker had the durable and economical for roads than
ward. I
tree in a box in his home in New clay. .

'York for several .years as an ornament The guests of the Altamonte Hotel The Street Commissioners are not

but it did not prosper. He :were saddened on Sunday morning by making much noise about their work !'J
brought it to Orlando four years ago the death of Mrs. S. S. Kendrick; of but they are endeavoring to get bet '
and set it in his yeard, and it has Amherst, Mass, who passed away ter streets for Orlando. The greatest t}

k groWn to a,fine tree. and had seventy.. after only a week's illness, of pneumonia expense to clay just now is that men CAMBRIC' MUSLIN U HUCK U TOILS[ 1. :
:'five fine lemons on it this year. Mrs. Kendrick had spent who have clay like everything else

many winters in Altamonte and had that the public needs, think they must P A LI'IECkS[C
v Mr. Charles Baker and daughter, endeared herself to,all who knew her have a fabulous price for it. It is '
and A size
36 inches wide good large
Miss Pleasance, of Grasmere, spent The body was taken north on the such mistaken ideas that make all

yesterday with friends in the:city. midnight train for burial in Amherst. lines of work undertaken by the pub- fully bleached. A good Huck Towel, with
lic more expensive than the same

work by an individual. soft finish, and the Red Border, just 28 40 inch Pajama check, f; _
That foolish notion that gets intomen's

I{ iYou heads about squeezing the public quality usually sold at1212c dozen in all, while a splendid 15c.quality.

are cordially invited to attend our as hard as you can, is as emptyas
", ... .. the trick of cutting your nose.offto and 15c. per they last, these three Can be had these
Spring Tailoring Opening ,spite your face. We are all the .
yard. three days only, at1U
public. days will be doz.
per ,
held by } '
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attendance at eae.
good at
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' ,' -'. the Grand Theater, Sunday morning, ,1
: Merchant TailorsBaltimore ,,: cts.
a to listen to the sermon by Rev. Frank 10 7 | cts. f
.- Pafk r. HaJft: 'a lover of children and

,"::..,,.,. ', :' < ,-<:.. c, : ';: ,' gave ,them a, short talk before the .' ', .
f Displaying the Only Line in America Baeked B,. 't sermon. It was I greatly enjoyed by Y
4 .. the older ones as well as by the child 10 yard limit. One dozen limit. }

... Real, Merchant Tailoring ren. He urges' ,that parents bring f ir
r,.' t' ,, / .if" .-. their, children to these services and 44-
: Tfcek will be th'lII to take
Representative measure
vj special seats, will be, espec- ;.,
ially 'for',them. He spoke from the .. :
February 19 and 20th
: text found in verses 23 and 24'of the i

37th chapter:of the 'Psalms,,and explained -, THE BIG WHITE STORE.i
how the stepa of agoodman, ,
I are'ordered'bY'the Lard and:though', ; '. - i
rui&s; & -DI K N' : '
> : i he fall, ,he shall :JOt,be,utterly cut .
h : down._ },Hi#'sermW'ww',beautifully ON' ORANGE AVE. ,

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yToeida7'the annual Orange County
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-+" Wieio 8"one" for Orlando, the county Little,Romances That Are Linked,
P' ,Mat -The crowd:for the opening'day

6* f 4 lu,very::good,:and tbefollowingday: With Its Furnishings. ( When You Pay What a Thing is Worth.

',between 3500,and 4000_people were..on $ .

'the':grounds .at o'clock, the special OF THE CHAIR. *
k i racti "being" ,the flying of the You Get the Worth of Your Money

Rogers airship and the track races. : ,
: v ,xii Rogers, since her husband's tragic The Leisurely Progress From the Three

r death, accompanies the machine and Legged Stool to the Luxurious,Rocker I
is' a dose'watcher of the aviator who -Origin of the Table Drawer-The

,M ;makes the successful flights. Messrs. First Picture'Frames.If ::

Weller, Carmichael, Gordon :Moorheadand you only knew It, queer little romances -

and"Malcolm Williams; Ocala, are :I are peeping out at you all over .
; interested in the horse races 'and are your bouse:from attic to cellar. They A good than
,buy means more getting something at
t 'daily.attendants.: are well worth looking for. ,;"r., .
"The main exhibit building> includes Framed pictures had to have a beginning 'cheap price. After -all it is nothing but gettingVyour

;a',:circle :from, which four wings ex.tend They date back to about 500. money's worth S ,
when peaceful monks painted .
the opposite wings being, of the years ago (
the walls of their living rooms with
same. length.and filled with products Scriptural subjects. Then one day I I

n of exceptionally splendid grade. The some one'eonleh'ed the bright idea of A Quality means cost, but everybody knows the better the j
<. citrus exhibit, decidedly the best/and nailing wood around these frescoes, so _
the vegetables 'are the only two exhibits 'as to ,separate the subjects. A ,little quality the greater the durability. And it is durability ...
which excel Marion county. A later came gilding-and the evolutionof
simply that finally decides the net cost of a purchase.
great deal of akill'was displayed in the modern picture frame was .
'arranging the-exhibits, evidencing the a matter of time. a
The drawing room Is a perfect mine
'a 'forethought and ability of the.various J
of history. As,most people know this We have experts continually in
on guard
our shops to
, : communities in showing off the pro- ls, strictly "withdrawing room"to .
.ducts to the very ,best advantage. A which one withdraws after. dinner. I. see that you get your money's worth. They inspect every
'fountain was filled,with the very fin- as the name Implies
nut that
screw every single part goes into Buick manufacture
est grade of all kinds of vegetablesand antimacassars over the backs of
the, water continually trickling the chairs similarly carry their objectin If the quality is off grade, they scrap it. If the
life in their name. These more or
down on them made one of the most less artistic' things had their beginnings workmanship is off a hair's breadth, they scrap it. It

;1 ,c attractive displays, which was closely some 150 years ago. when ,everyone costs us thousands of dollars a year in salaries alone to
rivalled by two cakes of ice, ane .filled -, used macassar .oil for the hair J
a with orange blossoms and the other The ,mistress of the household then say nothing of the loss represented in the material dis- '

.with kumquats.and slices of oranges. would no more permit greasy polls to carded. That's the money we spend for the Buick 0. K.
ti'' An aquarium,filled with fish from Or. spoil her fine chairs than would the.
modern mistress. And. lo. the antimacassar
ange county lakes attracted the eyes
of.all: used the !
Kumquats.were by
I Of chairs themselves, 'perhaps the The famous Buick overhead valve motor is guaranteed
; .hundreds in garnishing the exhibits. I most Interesting feature Is the familiar t
c Celery and pineapples were shown inv crossbar-technically known as the to have more power and more speed than any other type

: quanities,along with many other displaY stretcher-which Joins the front legs .
of motor on the market. It will pull stronger on low grade
& Nowadays its purpose is usually for

,The domestic department was up- ornamentation sometimes strength gasoline than any other type of motor ever. built and._the_.
stairs and it the display though often it Is absent altogether.It .
along'with was fuel consumption is less.
of the first' ..
harks back to the days
'f : from Rollins College and the ,-
want to
ebairs. when knights and dames
Florida Audubon Society exhibits.The ed to 'keep their feet off the cold! J
latter included eggs from every specieof 'drafty. nub littered floors: henn .
bird, inhabiting ,the state and literature 'the stretcher. Originally the stretchr
in quantity was given to each '> was only a few inches above tin
person interested. That display alone ground, but. when later on. rugs an" ROADSTERS AND TOURING CARS, $950 TO $1650, F.O.B. ORLANDO

is worth going miles to see and is of carpets. came into more general us '
: and became more comfortable
great,educational value to the school rooms I
lost its impo
the stretcher gradually
.ch, dlen.
Johnnie Jones' carnival holds forth ranee.It Is curious to note that the cozy I

on ,the midway ana was the drawing armchair was the last stage of all
:card for thousands. Cushions and padding were the first Cook Automobile Co.

The fair grounds were gaily decorated additions to the plain seat Then

-:- with,red, white, blue and yellow came painted chairs and afterward Orlando
last Florida
carved legs and finally-a leisurely
4 L ,bunting and dozens of flags ,
were flying -came backs and arms and with them <
-'. : In town the main thoroughfares .the, luxurious rocker. I

fi't 'were strung:with similar decorations, In point of fact the'chair is easily the ,

', and. the .stores, _hotels and a large most important piece of furniture,you
.".' ,number of private residences were have historically speaking. To thisday tttinnnnnunHuunnuuUunuunuuuuuuuu
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,dressed for the occasion,showing that "taking the chair" denotes taking jf'.I!
the head of affairs, reminiscent of the. ,
the individuals were taking the keenest -------- -
'' interest in. _the welfare of the coun- a time room when three there legged was stools only one at the chair most in I !__ -.....'........__.9llf.. __. "

ty.' It is..such enthusiasm that makes 'I being provided for less important folk. Slaughter. G.G.Wright. I CHAS. LORD J. N. BRADSHAW .
undertakings; that sort successful Window curtains again. have their '

The rest 'room' is, commodious and little romance.. Originally all window WrightTHE
; Lord &
'fitted 'op most conveniently' for .the were In the roof, but In time came open I j Bradshaw*
the middle : MFG. CO.
town windows In the wall In
,comfort of the out of visitors. I

:'. Mrs. Gay). Livingston, nee' Miss Alta ages idea some of using one cloth brought' to from cover China the :win the I Manifold Soil Pipe | We wish to announce to our friends, and the public generally,

-Pearson, of Ocala,'was a Tuesday visitor "dowsand there Is the origin of your: Fittings. i that we have formed a partnership under the

having come from her home in curtain with its frills and loops. 1 and Shipping Point: above firm for
name a general
,Kissimmee with a party of friends. The glass chandelier If you have one .Orlando, Fla. I i I i
:While in'Orlando she was the guest of -they are out of fashion, now-can be and I i
Hisses Willie and, Jean Person. put down to the workmen refugees Term. I Real Estate and Insurance 1

r Messrs.'R. 'S. Hall,',.Emmett \Robinson from France driven. from their home I I -
by Louis'XI V.,by the revocation of the business and located in floor
.i, and Bruce Meffert were numbered edict of Nantes In 1G85. I are centrally a ground office at No. |X

among,the prominent out of town vis. Even the drawer In the kitchen table !I =s 17 S. Orange Avenue, (formerly occupied by Hamilton & Dunn ji
x'Y 'itors. -any table drawer, for the matter of '
4 'Orlando claims.,some of the handsomest that-had to be thought of. but nobody I Millinery), where we will be pleased to meet all our old friends

; homes in they state and its did'manage to think of fixing a drawerto : I
until inveterate rani I and to make new ones.
a some
driveways are kept in splendid condition -
Art Store
player-his name is forgotten-wanted |
,, and in scenery will compare fav- a handy place for the,cards when \be.were .\ i Our list of city and acreage property is surpassed by ,none, 11
orably with any in the country. not in use. 'The' very'thlns:, And M
a The poultry and, live stock exhibitteas table drawers were Invented Designs and Pat- i and we have some exceptional bargains. COME AND SEE Us. I Ilord
not so good'.as in former years. -Kitchen." by the way. i* derived : in,0riental Goods I

All of the highway between Ocala from an Angl -Salon word meaning. Tailoring for & Bradshaw
-to cook," while "8cullery"whicbpostritely f
and Orlando is either hardened or and Gentlemen
a strawed except from Lake Weir to has nothing to do 'with: Ms<.ul Laundry for 117
r 110n"- metl from a word meaning, "a S. ORANGE AWL ORLANBO, FLA.
.Lake county's boundary line and to bowl." Folks Only ijI

travel that stretch is worse than,trying Some of your: ,furniture may well and Court Sts. -.... ..... ..I'...IU....__ -I

to follow the lines of a corkscrew. have an English political bias! It cer : ,.
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4 The remainder of the road is in splen- talnly is so If it bears that familiar design f
did shape and a motorist travels thru based upon the Prince of Wales ,
feathers. Hepptewhite.' the famous fur; ..
, some_of the prettiest sections of Flor' SIGN PAINTING

ida. ,At this season, the air is heavily there oiture wan designer a strong began Tory It.party In his support time Preston will paint your Little Tea Room

laden with the fragrance of, the or- short notice. Good worK.
Ing George; TIL. while the Whig part
ange blossoms. Quantities of citrus was hesid(Hl by the Prince of Wales street 14-6t 105 E. Pine Street, Orlando, Fla.
# .fruits are still on the trees, the owners Hepple' bite was MO ardent Whfemd
S waiting for better prices. mrnntingiy: introduced Prince of -
', The following towns are on the 'Waitfe.itiierx Into bin, furniture deIgns "AN EXCLUSIVE SHOP FOR LADIES" tART
e. e
e e e e e
ln' e .
oil '
main highway: Leesburg, Tavares.Mt every j .
Dora and Apopka. At each of' these 'ideutalh\ I fie sofa I U an importation BAZAAR AND WOMEN'S EXCHANGE. FINE
places tourists filled the streets frum the ta-e luring Arabs whoseNuffah" PER CENT OFF HAND WORK. EMBROIDERIES, STAMPED
t-as a long bench outside thehouse. On GOODS. ORDERS TAKEN FOR HOME- #
A: traveler," daily passes parties _
'motoring through the state and the t And. nn:11I1., "hair 'simply means a : ,, DRESS ,
/;pennants on the.cars show that 'people place which N covered in.And the word i LACES EMBROIDER- ALSO CUT FLOWERS

from all sections of, the country comes from exactly the same root'us- NECKWEAR AND HOS- DAINT YREFRESHMENTS SERVED TO ORDER
take enough interest in 'Florida to the infernal regions! ,Philadelphia IERT 'e1 J

: :make'a visit Ocala Star. Ledger ef Specials Agency for
; I-to-Wear and Panama *
Amenities of the Tabla. Hats = SBIEELL.t.CORSE'l'8
-4 NEGRESS ,PASSES AS WHITEA "I waited ten minutes for a car to HAMILTON ft '
woman said to be well known inJacksonville' lay." the, landlady wulI)1nI.: ndthen' CorsetiereJ
It passed me withOut'ItoppDg.." DUNN .
herself white
passing as ,
It was afterward recalled that the ..
but who is a, negress, was arrested in habitually silent man had been having. : S
St. Petersburg Saturday in a, fash unusual difficulty with his chops. t e" 'e' e.. e e e e eL ,

ionable ,:rooming house and forfeitedher "Perhaps," be remarked "the con it..Ii.At

bond of-.$25 rather than. answerin lector didn't care, to have yon- board I t & HILL: J

court today... She ,has been here 'ills '!*-Elct nge. >, MuaM I ,r .
several days:aDd._ during that time -- ,: s
bas received much attention from the Ltt".Do Some
Ml their boneymron II about
;')young, meg.of the: city, one real es oier."guess a .': .: NEWSAGENTS !

' %-tare min ta1 tiC' her for"an'automobile -Wbyr ,. ', ':v .

ride yettetday afternoon. The woman be'l quit telephoning to him,during ( '

:it nearly her \white,,.but has negro blood ettce bourse-Detroit Free Press ad Scalp Wi. Orlando" ;,Stationery,. Souvenir. and CuoSto, -.

in \veins..; | 'h't< -;tt" -" , ,
a Laws can discover tin, bat not. remove & ,? :... ': ,_, .. .,. ... : $
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{ .Biu Claire Firm Telegraphs! That Mistake REdEIvEMy
c' r,Was Made,in Initial-Prices sT :
I Gofnir Higher *
.:That S.J. Sligh,the Orlando orange I II II I
is ,shipper: who .is'.being prosecuted ,for I I
alleged green,fruit shipping is correct I
i' instating that. he is .not the Sligh Spring line of ,Men and :
'who,is',alleged to.have. shipped a ca '
,: &'Company Boys Straw Hats in all the :
f green fruit to H. T. Lange ;
Eau Claire, Wis., is shown by newest shapes: Nice line of
the following, telegram received '
night from the Eau Claire firm by W.C' Panamas for $5. My spring
Temple, general manager of Trouser'line is
now completein
: Florida Citrus Exchange.
i "Letter and papers received. all new shades.
;' is.an error in initials. The ,
which sent the shipment was S.,
Sligh'& Co.,of Leesburg, Fla., If
.\ U not the same party make corrections
in the Tampa papers. Give RObertson ;
your prompt ,attention."
*, Prices Going Higher

on'SaturdaY Although there from are which no to auction draw Successor to Jerome Palmer fir. Co. I

elusions, General Manager Temple dedared
4:. yesterday that he expected

1 newrecordswouldbe/iri the prices being made paid very for shortly $ uOiiiii I.,iii

oranges Temple."The market in"It the started big is markets.jumping at$1.75 said f. o. I "JIM" DO IT

the first of last week, reaching $ : '

Wednesday and,$2.25 ,Friday.will be I.$2J I: ; have property to sell
1: cipate that the price you ;
it Monday the packing,that sum houses being in paid Florida.for : Let Jim do it. 3

prices some time will. continue and probably go higher will you want to buy f

i shortly set some new records."- : Let Jim do it.I

:pa Tribune. 1 I and Country Properties,
APOPKA. Lands, Groves and Tracts

:Apopka, Feb.. 23.-Apopka is : LOOK- AT THESE BARGAINS
ing to the front rapidly. People Twenty acres,.10 acres of which is in bearing
beginning to realize it is one 'of : and balance of 10 acres in timber land, -
most. heathful places in FloridaApopka : located three miles from city, price $3,000.00.
now has a fine bank : Twenty-five acres, 10 acres of bearing grove,
.1 awide-awake cashier., : five-room house and barn, located on lake
M. E. church held quarterly miles from city; price $4,000.00.
Ping today with:the presiding elder Thirty acres, 15 acres in grove, 1000 trees, 15
attendance. Everyone is much fine farm and vegetable land located 'on lake
with the new pastor,,:Mr. Reeves. and half miles from city, price $5,000.00.
:Miss McGee is' back after'a stay Forty acres of virgin pine timber land of fine fruit
Orlando. : land fronting on Lake Conway, four miles
Apopka, was well represented : price $2,000.00.Twenty .
Orange county fair. acres of lake front land'near city suitable
N. p* Yowell's store is being' : .
Price 380000.
modeled. :I -Forty-five acres, five acres in bearing orange
Mr. Clark's new residence. will I house and barn, located at Conway, five miles
'be. completed. price $1,500.00. _
Mr. B.F. Wilson'is'out agaIn Five acres with cottage near city, price $1,500JOOThree Railroad'i
his fnee&fie and one-half acres with twelve-room. house Railroad'i
sale of.lots on the 17th
ted ,,
near city price 150000. ,
.and ,the '
iota !
out'\quite a crowd Twenty acres with bearing grove,of 300 trees,
I all" sold, ,at good prices. The e and barn price 2800.00 .i.
band furnished music. b'j
sale on February 26. J
1 r :another Eto tlUinrUKll. STORE, ORANGE.A ..,
t Mr. talton, the popular, cashier <
F the new bank, is now living in
up-to-date new bungalow '
Dr. Mullen has opened. a ; j
here and the people of Apopka [ .

''per,be Mullen's Several enced congratlated.is a new the physician, autos latestThe on are.having available.in town.so inCor. CASH T

recent marriage of Miss : .l"-':
Railison to Mr. Moore 'was South and Hughey Sts. \
surprise to her many friends. t
Dr Mullen.is putting' in a WE 'BUY: FOR CASH AND SELL FOR CASH.
Both hotels and boarding
have been well filled this season,
y tourists and hbmeseekers. Our Prone No. is
M. E. Missionary society meets "
Tuesday at the church., .1
And an Order will Have Prompt Attention, and
Mr. Wilson the genial Delivered to Any Part of the City.D. .
Dating solo his ,home on Park ; )
intends to put up a \! : : B. RAYBON, Proprietor ORLANDO, ;,)"
tel in the center of Apopka. Mr.
son has been a hotelman for
and the,advantages
.town years of'such sees a hostlery. ; ..........lIII JlIlI!! !! lIl9WcII !!
It reported there will be I
tension: the waterworks of I I
The Misses Lukai who have I -
bought the place belonging to I .
,Humphrey: on Monroe street are I I
lug and various grounds.improvements 'on' i. I ':,' Best Companies

Merine's The 'sewing Wadsworth, society meets avenue at "*' > Lqwest Rates '

Feb. 27. :
day. :, ::' Honest Losses Promptly

i A CANDIDATE SEAL FOR U S. Adjusted and Paid

A Palatka message-says: 4 I

:has est',and a candidate most lucrative for one of the s. Y. W I ;Y

be dished out for Florida the t
of President Woodrow Wilson. ;r
candidate'is Mr. M.,A. Phone 172. 23 'South Orange, Ave.
the office he seeks' ,is that ,of.
States Marshal for the I !
trict of Florida,which is,now, I

4 /Bon.publican.,J. F.. ,.Horr, the wen- o UNDERTAKER I: (

stores Mr. Wilkinson and ,timber is land a prominent dealer, The ARTISTIC.PICTURE. .FRAMER of t

are of the,most progressive : PING S" REeT
b 'ular citizens of Palatka,and as .. I :
s 'a host of influential friends _. 1
sonville, St. 'Augustine' IliHMMIMMMMIIlin 1
others; places in the State i < ,
:working in his Behalf; the SEE SLAUTER'S NEW l FRANK,, : :H Y I I
are noW bright that he will SANITARY : Manufacturer .of

pointed-to the high office''he is SOIL PIPE-CONNECTION,,' :I tStone i I:I \. Ornamental,',Fancy i iII i

\ The members'of:; Absolutely :Sanitary and used I i
of Owls are e w ted to attend by all. good plumbers :. ,: 1 Jefferson: St at WANTED-Clean Cotton Rags \the I .
nesa neeting'to W held at' tI :I. .. ',II, Sentinel Ogee, Subscribe for the Sentinel the time we need you the:moi,;
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Bonner makes a new World's recordon
$ half mile track in a race for this ', ; :. \ > :
1 : : early in the year pacing in 2.13 U,
: *: if Merest t. WNKIKuitniw 2.12, 2.13, a phenomenal performance I.t

for February. .
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' We'congratulate Mr. Ed. Carmichael I "
.Ora M .......Xl ber, Ul of Ocala, for being the lucky own >
er of such a horse and the way Mr. J. !:t ;-' '
Y 8HKIAL,:NOTK3&-tto&em for the Social tad Wonaa'i 'Department eta bt Hooker Wilson drove him shows plainly ;' ,:; :;
i (I r T Rlated .to U*,Society' Editor by either of the abort telephone. Kaflaotfce : :r-.. "
he knows how' to train, drive and ,
'writia *. to tit Society EcHtoio. eart Sentinel Notice of soda functions , ,
,ehk:nmthiji church;,fathering! and,other item of aocial interest should,be condition one. Mr. Wilson started in ." k,.' ". .
tilcphoned to'tfch deparbnent at toon,at they occur fa order that their acwi five races winning four first monies.He . '
,tales at rot havteLAUCTION : ': '. ; ,
hails from Indiana and was ,
brought up in'the business. His fath. ;:;.' #.' ',. PANAMA. CANALEXPOSITION '_ '..

er started the game in the Hoosier ,.-: 'i../ .
state, was the owner of the famous
Blue Bull 75 that is known to all racehorse 4
men. There are three brothersof '
Chalfont hostess for the :
Mrs was them and have to their credit more ,- .
tat meeting of the.Saturday,Auction Mrs. L Shaw, St. Paul,,N. C.Mas- horses that have given records in the t 2 ST S'
at home POSTAGE I
Bridge Club, her on
pretty ter,,Albert Nutting, St. Paul, N. C.; standard list than, any family in the .
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;America? street, Miss Virginia Rhodes, Indianapolis, i world. His brother, Dick Wilson,!, . '.; 0 ..;' . : :
.Of the' four tables of enthusiastic Ind.; Mrs. ,B. D. Irwin and son, Mo- I drove Lady Maude C. and Hedgewood' III,

players,:Mrs.,Charles, Smith made the nongahelia, Pa.; Mrs. D.: Taylor, .Clinton Boy to the world's record to wagon in j ,,' : ". : -' I II
best score. Ind.; Mrs. 0. L. Taylor'Sanford, 2.02%. He is in California racing.Mr. < can be secured later on' ;r
: :After a series of exciting games a Fla. Mrs. R. L Jones, Sanford, Fla. Wilson Florida has California ;:
of creamed ,' ; ; says ' ,,0. at the Post Office but at.. . ;
,,delicious salad supper and coffe oysters was' Mr: and Mrs. D. L Waite and daughter or any state in the Union beat ..,.. ......, "" present they can only' "" be ,'"''; \ S :
; Mrs. A. B. Moore, Millbury for winter training as you can work r'. "". "\ : .
secured at the ;
'Chalfont assisted by .'
served by Mrs. ' '
Mass.; D.. Defenbache, Canal Dover, every day and every day looks alike ,
: ,her mother,.Mrs. Riechard. Ohio.; Mrs. Arthur Johnston, Reginald warm weather sunshine and flowers

Johnston, Toronto, Canada; Mrs.J all the time. He thinks he can get a i
TO GIVE RECITAL Schlicht, Brooklyn, N. Y.; Miss great number of trainers to winter in
.--.,.., Jodenhauser, Cumberland, Md.; Miss Orlando next winter. Mr. Wilson
Prof. C. E.. Wade,of this city, will Helen Vossler, Keyser, W. Va.; Mrs. ships his horses to Ocala from here, I f PEOPLES NATIONAL L BANK
give the grand, organ recital at the Emma Batchelder, Vermont; Mrs.E. where he will ,stay until about May : I
installation and concert Tuesday even- Best, Plai Aeld, Vermont; Mrs. J. 1st, then go North. Mr., D. Lock- -
ing in Sanford in the Congregational H. Yost 'Roanoke, Va.; Mrs. W. E. heart sold to parties here the fast '
. church, when the handsome new pipe Patterson, Greensboro, N. C.; Mrs. pacing mare "Dutchess Hal" which : "TkUptotkMlnteBaik"where
organ that has been purchased the V. A. Goolsby, Zellwood, Fla.; Mrs. was turned over to Mr. Wilson. Our
congregation of that church, will peal Lafayette Pike, Sr.; Zellwood, F a.; Fair was a great ,success the racing

F= forth its glorious tones under, the inspiration Mrs. W. Paul Wagner, Canton Ohio; unusually good, the track good until ills a pkaswe to serve year every requirement
and touch of a master hand. Mrs. George W, Deems Washington, the last day, when rain interfered.The r
Pa.; Mrs. E. M. Childs,Canister N.,Y.; hall displays were unusually food. l

MISS BEATRICE,McCUE AT ROL- Mrs: Enos Smith, Canister, N. Y.; ........_...._........._...__.._- ---_.._-
LINS .LAST 'EVENING.j Priscflla Parker, Damariscatta, Me.; ; v: . "
Catherine and Dorothy McKeown, Ohio; Mrs .M. E. Douglass Mrs. M. : ,.' ,

Mitt Beatrice if cCue, the possessor Cleveland, Ohio; Marguerite Hodgson, Wheeler Mr. E. Wheeler Mrs. H. M.

.1 of a remarkable contralto voice,gave Eau Gallie, Fla.; Mrs. K. Daly, Char de Toppo at the Child's House; Dr. E. Jf
: a. most,'pleasing recital in Knowles levies, Pa.; Mrs. Frank Patton, Cleveland -
C. Beem, Pataskala, Ohio; J. H. Chute,
Hall last night. Her selections were: Ohio; Mrs. Amzie Chapman,
pried and "Miss ;;McCue responded. Butler, Ga.; Miss Natalie Corary, Detroit Mich.; J. H. Minnick, Walla f

' .most graciously to the repeated appJau Shiebshumy, Pa.; Miss Charlotte Walla, Wash. I
* e- ',with the lullaby, "R ckin' Young, Warran, Pa.; Miss Annie L I .
I With The Wind" and "Silver: Threads Auld, Washington, Pa.; Mrs. Rae
'k ,Among The Gold.. Winhead, Greenville IlL; Mrs. C. H. MMIIMMMMMttl

Lyon, Dayton, Ohio; Mrs. D. B. Bun. Star \
;'. ,LET THE BAND'PLAY-; SAYS,MR. day, ,Middleton, Ohio; Mrs. Wm. Sullivan EmploymentAgeney

TOURIST, , Middletown, Ohio; Mrs. A. Jennings -
Cassapolis, Mich.; Mrs. D. P. '
From all sides come expressions of: Simmons, Litchfield, Ohio; Mrs. J. M. I .
the Sentinel Tell troubles to Palmer.He <
commendation for the move your
Prince N.
Randolph Y.R.; N. Foreman -
,:has made for public parks and New York City; Mrs. Harvey will get reliable help in any <

' open-air band concerts. Comparisons Harper, Lawton, Mich.; Mrs. L. B. line of employmentPhone f ', tI
of the growth of the various cities Bailey San Mateo, Fla.; Miss Lulu 105lllltmiiMiMMMMIMt

that have taken the initiative' and Bailey, San Mateo, Fla.; Mrs. F. H. CROflS CROS
opened up public parks with weekly Rapp, Rochester, N. Y.; Mrs. F.'J.
:mu&icales,'show that they are growing ,
Tanner, Buffalo; N. Y.; Mrs. B. L
tby, leaps.and .bounds>> and every tour., i I Maltbie, East Orange, N. J.; Mrs. C. J. HllMIMMIMIIIIMIiMIHCARTER'S. .I
for these
jet'_is full of praise resorts. Murray, Morris, III; J. Nelson Bid- I
} : Davis of Greenville, S. C., I I
Mr. ,
dlecome, New York City; I. H. Paige I
'wintered in Orlando for t I
who has Glen Castle, N. Y.; Edna L. Paige, I
,ggysTl seasons has the following to Glen Castle, N. Y.; Helen W. Bates, I

.',.. Philadelphia, Pa.; Martha Chess, i NEW STORE : Are jamming and packing our
"The lure of'the climate of Orlando Pittsburg, Pa.; Mr. and'Mrs.. L V. I .
;: is very strong, and hundreds ofNortherners : Millekan, New' Castle Ind.; Mr. and I In Highland Grove store of the
taking ,advantage
I : now :
travel southwan) everyprinter Mrs. J. E. Whitmore, Ripley, N. Y.; I ,
' ft escape' the rigor of north- Mrs. and Mrs. Hugo A. Schlick, Hugo New Fresh Stock of Staple

.1 -trn winter!, natwaUy bringing,thousXi5l -' Schlick, Jr., Milwaukee, Wis.; W. D. Groceries. Our Expense is : great Shoe Sacrifice as shown by II
Low and Prices
bfi invested winter our Low.
: Of dollars to, Galpin, Chicago III; Mrs. Chas. Hata-
, We Deliver to Any Part
'homei;many .klftll"'rtr' pwha way, ,Milwaukee, Wis.; Mrs. C. W. I
k ea, subdividing 1 l large tracts among;) Brown, Haines City, Fla.; M. E. of the City. ATelephoneOrder
theft northern friemk But climate! Koogle, Mansfield, Ohio; MisS Jessie to. 325 will get the :

'' alone il not verything.. .Other cities Couthoui, Chicago Ill.; Mrs. Chas. A. Goods. ,, The 'Red- Tag PricesOur

l'lorida_ can boast of,the same clitftat Perkins, Knoxville, Tenn,; Mrs. G. OIlTAND GASOLINE
1 *, and unless Orlando is awake W. Hamory, Miss Julia Mamory
to the,demands of the people for public foungston, Ohio; Frank Shellhouse, DELIVERED AT ,
parks, open-air,concerts and entertainments Indianapolis, Ind.; Mr. and Mrs. C. YOUR DOOR.f-
she will be slow in increasing A. Davis, Roslindale, Boston, Mass.; MiimiiiiimmmiiMiMMMMIIIIimiMIM
her population.. Dr. and Mrs. E. H. Byrd, Miss Ruth ,
'r '.1 would suggest that the city buy Byrd, Chattanooga Tenn.; G., R. ----- -- entire Stock of Shoes marked

-* piece of property centrally located, Sleight, South Glens Falls, N. Y.;
erect a monument to some of its honored Mrs. N. E. Lee, Delhi, N. Y.; E. W.
heroes, bund walks around the Woelperj Mrs. Baxton T Smelw, Albany [ ELIJAH' HAND down to the Limit of Reduction for ,

outside, plant shrubs or bushes for N.' Y.; Mrs, F. A Greenwood, Funeral Directorand .

shade and ornament and let the- ,I Maine,; A H. Wheeler, Mrs. Clavot Embalmer

,band give tri-weekly concerts, and no Wheeler, N. Y.J; Mrs T. A. Latto, Hand Block Pine St. Phone 35 QUICK STOCK REDUCTION
i} 'city in Florida will be able to keep Whinchsville, Ohio; Ruth 'C. 'Black,

f .;-- "' pace .with Orlando, in the increasingof Cleveland, Ohio; B. F. Stuble, Degraff, '''''' ' ' ' ''t It.
.- its northern tourists and home '
seekers" A TOURIST. The stock', must be reduced $10- ,, .


:,i. ,All those interested- in the cause of Tuesday SALE PRICES will meet that end. "

equal suffrage are requested to meet
at the home of Mrs. Jessie M. Thayer DAY .
3 on Lake Cherokee; next Tuesday

morning'(February 25th) at 10 o'clock Dont miss this opportunity. Nothing reserved.
' for the purpose of organizing an
-b. H.it is don't forget to
Equal Franchise League. 1 Join the crowd to-day' for -
t MARY A. SAFFORD this store as we have, a wide Shoes for everybody. your
't JESSIE M. THAYER, Shoe values atE
of the
share big
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MARY B. PATTERSON and ,extensive assortment.

M FIRST, BAPTIST ,CHURCH We always make it a, pointto

please the ladies We buyto G DUCKWORTH'SShoe
Reverend J, B. Jones, of Kentucky, S

who is: spending a several :weeks' vacation suit their tastes t e t . -
;in Orlando, occupied the pulpit
the Frat Baptist church yesterx -
of ,
day,. and delivered two:helpful adds We have been in Orlando long,enough to appreciatetheir Store

uplifting,, sermons- A large congre. tastes and wanfe; and buy accordingly These <
,gUon greeted Dr. Jones in the mornteg -
F lad'tM:.attendance for the evening 'are ,the.real:reasons why we,always please.

tarviee,"was;good,.in spite of the "

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