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 28, 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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Related Items: South Florida sentinel
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:- :TJOooion..of OBtttgual interest in which
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is doubtful
aad the meeting the death
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The Paso, TeL, Feb. 27.-Francisco URER. Special to The Sentinel citizen of this
nen schedule time with President Smith Special to sentinel community would ocr>v-f
'.' i D. d Feb 27::The Villa, whom the late President Ma- Mexico City, Feb. 27.-The Liberal sion
J&the chair:and every member of the Washington, | Special to The SentinelRepresentatives more widespread sorrow than vie
of union labor representa-- dero; reformed from' banditry and Democrat party was formed here manifested
U' "eel answering tohis name on,roll. pleas of the golf clubsof last night when the puHie I'
4. =f iL F...: tion at the.council table of the' President made a general of insurrectos, is rePorted Ocala, Sarasota, Winter Park, and yesterday to boom Felix Diaz for the learned that the. earthly career d

.;, t ,:The:'first.part.of, the meeting was !)f.the United States may be re- to have entered the field. in Orlando, met last night, in responseto president of the republic in the com' John W. Gettier was closed. He me
leveled to: a .repOrt from the Bond cognized'in the selection.of Representative Sonora, seeking 'vengeance for the an invitation,' sent to all the golf ing election, began work in earnest was so popular among all classes ftai {i

! :;Comaitte, which'by:Jts,chairman, 're- 'William B., Wilson, of Pennsylvania death of his former chief. He dissa- clubs of the State of Florida, invit- today by re-establishing headquarters it might be said of him 23
t !;9MMti r t ,they had -given .notice of to be Secretary of, the newly peared' yesterday from El Paso, where ing them to meet in Orlando for the organizing plans for the campaignand Rodman Drake wrote of a frieadi '
:' 'sale:of,bade'and were: in touch.with' created Department of Labor. I he had been sojourning since his escape -: purpose of forming a State Golf As- employing an office force. "None knew him but to love hro.

:.: (:prospective purchasers The; report This 'information, along'with.,other form the penitentiary# at Mexico! sociation.The The only opposition to Diaz will be none named him but to praise..

k.;, ;;being,:mleeryvi. progressed .largely.. reliable advices s, came,to the political City.Villa clubs present met at the San, De la Barra, the present minister of Mr. Gettier believed in Orlando sal s
E<: *. 'Mr;-;_ 'Smittf- .promptly "a boldly leaders at the capital today. direct had been jailed by order of Juan Hotel and -proceeded to form foreign affajrs, but all chances at the the people of Orlando, and he was always -

'stated the next business-of the meets from Trenton. General Huerta, increasing his per- such organization, Mr. Clarence Camp, present time, favor Diaz. There will ready to join in any movemffit
\\ig"being the: settling of the license 'Representative Wilson has been en- sonal interest in the threatened of Ocala, was elected president of the be 'several candidates h_ owever. to promote the community's welfu& t

E ;matter ,of''tkeRed'/ Men's,'Carnival dorsed by the American Federationof counter revolution by the former followers Association and Mr. N. 'P. Yowell, of A grand jubilee has been plannedfor or advance its progress. For mow

-t ;whkh\'was yet-unsettled,:saying thata3o Labor cr.d was at one time secretary of Madero. Huerta chargedthat Orlando, secretary and treasurer.A Sunday, so that people may en- than twenty years he has been ta- s

.' far as he!was concerned, he was for of the.United Mine' Workers of Villa, then commanding a volun- committee, consisting of J. Ham- thuse over the fall of the Madero 'gaged in.railroad work in this city

#;' ':fair, "tmittteflt, , and :'that. he 'thought America teer corpse, had returned to his for- ilton Gilespie, of Sarasota, L H. government and the institutions.of a and it is not too much to say, tbi
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J' jjt{ but fair to;the Red'Men who were ,. mer methods. At the time of Villa'sescapefrom Gedge, of Orlando, L R. Chazal, of new regime. There will be a paradeof he might have gone up higher in 2k.
,t ,.a charitable organization, that.the license.be LAST DAY AS GOVERNOR the Mexico City prison it Ocala, S. W. Shepherd, of Winter civic and .military organizations, chosen work, had his love for Oftanfc
;donated them -. was said that Madero's leniency had speeches, fire-works and much illumi! not been such that he
l; .; ; .bidt..to just Park, were appointed to draw up a preferredtoremain
." Special to The Sentinel taken effect, For years before the nation. here.
..9. same as they hid done by the Fair constitution and bylaws.The .
t 4 J *rheA t Med::to 'have'.settled Trenton, N. J., Feb. '27.--:Wilson's Madero revolution, Villa had been a association adjourned to meet, Festivities may possibly cause, some The personal side of Mr. CeH

at'that meeting.:ff,he'.had,to stay;all last day as Governor was' ,devoted self-confessed bandit. He retains a at the call of the president in Ocala, disorder, but the government is keen was mostattractive. He was genus
!.Bright{ chiefly conference with'VicePresident strong following whichis, expected to to attend to further'details of the or ly alert and will put down any attempted -I companionable, cheerful and optimis.
Theflj arose .a puestion. that' developed Marshall who stopped here on join him in the western border of the ganization.It disturbance.Band tic. There was much sunshine in&
'?" w fcwiousfacts.: It seems his way to Washington. The two were eState. was ordered that all the perma concerts were held in the nature that those accustomed to meet

4 l.that;,,the Fair Association which had closeted about three hours and, discussed Alberto Madero, an uncle of the deceased nent golf clubs of the State be noti- parks this afternoon f&r the first time ing him daily will feel that tl,*
received a'donation of"f 1000 from the the policies for, the coming administration ,President, still is a refugee in fied of the action taken in Orlando in, several weeks. The resumptionof have sustained an irreparable loss k

',/ 'city 'and"exemption ,'from: the.. paying, make' up of the'cabinet the American'consulate at Chihuahua. and that they requested and urgedto business generally is' at present his death.
over'to"the city the' license.fees that, and .in a general' way,.,the organiza. City passengers report send representatives to the called ,handicapped only by troubles in the He leaves a devoted wife, tae
.,' woiM have gone"to.the city.from':th e: ties of the House' and Senate. Mr. The, Mexican Centeral Railroad remains meeting in Ocala. railway mail service and the high rate daughters and one son.

1,,' 'Johnny. ..,Jones. :aggregation' ;. .had, .b y: Wilson::'_announces that he will con out of commission below, Chihuahua 1 of exchange. The funeral will be held from tt&
suit Marshall during his ,administration City, due to 'the activity oi, .
:; Secretary O'Neal_. addressed a ,letteicouncil ILLINOIS .SENATORIAL MIXUP I Methodist church Saturday morn
,!< .to";the.,r .tt:': ", ,ash.ing'' 'what' { ,on all ,important affairs. WilSon mutinous. Volunteer. troops.. GOVERNOR SULZER AFTER THE at 10 o'clock.
.has not,yet given .any serious Minor uprisings are reported at various -
aaKHttt# license bad been
collected Chicago, Feb. 27.-A telegram from GRAFTERS.
,the thought ,to, the question of inviting points to the south.
:irem ;Redmen's Carnival I William J.Bryan to Governor Dunne, SAYS WE ARE POLYGAMISTS
to the cabinet meetings
';fie letUr'had'not 'yet been answered vice-president made public here today, calls on the Special to The Sentinel Abdul-amid Rails at the Attitude
{, but it. is thought likely that Marshall N. Y. Feb. 'Western
Albany, 21.-The crim- Women.
letteroeghhtto : "will atteaidant.After DENIES REPORT democrats ,of Illinois to sacrifice both .
.: I .be a regular .
: inal prosecutions now pending in the Berlin Feb. 26.-Further
, rMr. federal senatorsships rather than accept extrwfe
-.thought.that. ..it"came. . wkli..poor:grace : the conference, ..went.o, 'Wil the nimQunced'tlut Chicago i ,Feb.-Carlos Madero,the the short .term only. Thern message Thaw scandal, .Governor Sulzer tonight from the diary of Abdul Hamid, &*.

: 1 "ar'. Mr.../Q'Neal'to be pushing... that sort :; they er: youngest... bibother gt the late.PresidentofiMexico ; believed be members of the.:legislature instructed District Attorney' deposed sultan of :Turkey, are prided
ground for
completely cabinet
.r f: .... ,rf.: u t/ bAi"t'th :. '' who is !)Whitman;o! New York, to bring action in the magazine .Nord and Sol
... 1"J' . '" . and he found Vicepresident attending sehooJ} at to have made impossible any I
City 'Council.,.. . .";" 4doiior.,.. . the.Fair: arrangements:Marshall in Dei field,: Wis:,, today ,denied reports termination, the deadlock at Springfield against Dr. Russell superintendent Some of these are as follows:
t .,;-1 ,.Then tci settle:who was responsible completely ac- hat he, would leave school or participate through a Sherman-Lewis deal. of Mattewan and John Nicholson "Countless divorces and scandiSfc
;.i ;ior.tteV: ror-'of: ,collecting only' $75 cordance. with his views.: in a revolution against his broth- This is. the message from CoL Bryan. I Anhut, the attorney who charges each in Europe and America show tbfc
'.:niroao"the:,Reiaaen's. 'Carnival" Mr.' tabauch Mr.; Marshall :lives in a hotel, in er's:slayers "Papers report the republicans demand other with bribery in connection with many men in these countries' inclia

:, Mr. Keyea. smdCapk WUmont Washington :and the' governor says He will finish the school term and in the long term as the only con- $25,000 for the release of Thaw. toward polygamy. .
".Jwere., ;caHedtti ,witnesses and testified he cannot afford a home' there. June will join other members 'of the dition on which they will cooperate.I The Governor: also requested the The West entirely misapprehend

f tkat they had=talkedprincipallq; I family in Europe. think it would be a serious mistake Bar: Association to make investigationinto the position of woman in. Turkey
;.wit:Mr. :Seegar:and-from that con- THE. FAVORITE TODAY to agree to that. The democrats are the, professional conduct of Mr. They are fortunately debarred fro*
; !;ersitxen"'gshered that 'the license 1 entitled to the long term. Better allow Amhut in this matter. This action sharing in public life, but are anti

:' 'fee' :;wwrid ..be.::$75... There bad ,also 1. Legend of, Montmartre' Gem. MEXICO IN THROES. OF REVOLT the regular republicans to combine followed the resignation earlier in crats of the home.

." ..''_.talk' ,*with.'Chairman. .Smith, I A.true'Indian story. ) with the progressives, than .that" the day of RusselL "The stern, imperious faces of tW:
': )which hesaid; he -.would- ,-favor- 'fciv- 2.. Animated'Weekly. Gaumont,. ; i Mexico City, Feb. 27. Haerta faces Governor Sulzer was in an ugly western, women compare unfavorably

'.} *i 'ing;'titeRe. dowte' bila'.paitof:. the'llicense, fee 3. The Old Doctor's.Humanity-Edair .r the ex-President Madero. Armies well - while he, was governor he was goingto "The western :woman has too many r

\', "' .whatever. -,the',fee'' :might be. Under : Draw. \ .equipped for battle.are being formedby T. J. Watkins has a large force run down every grafter in the state liberties to remain womanly.
. *;;th s *coBljtion8( :-;a.check was.issued I Open two to 'five in the afternoon. Madero's brother to avenge his of'men at work on the interior of the service, no matter where he comes "If a one-half of what one read
;;by-Mr; Labaach for $15' and }handed 6:30 to 10 night murder. It is not likely that Huerta Grand Hotel and this once beautiful from or who is behind him and there I about the.women of.the western woziC .

;ri : ;'to Mrv. Seegorwho hi:tern delivered These are'very interesting and entertaining will be able to forestall this'move- apartment hotel that was so recently are Jots. of them. Incidentally Thaw j is true the lot of the men must be 1*

; +E[ ., After" the Carnival, 'came. "it enjoyable: : evening here. entertained by all foreigners. be placed in even better condition than ure and'hances of his release are I I.

,:' ,:pro A ,dto- ,;,,"bemiiteen shows. and a before the fiery visitation.Col measurably decreased. I don't believe FLORIDA D. A. R. CHOOSE
(larfe .number"' ,of.poncessions- and';'unider ,Just when the Northern states were U. S. INTERSTATE COMMERCE Watkins takes a: pride in hav- he ,will 'get out of Mattewan whih ORLANDO.

,:J: : 'Ike'city.MicBflances the license fee looking the robbins, old King Winter COMMISSION, ET. AL, VS. ing all his business houses in Orlando I am governor, said Sulzer hitting his Tampa, Feb. 27.-Electing offices
jf 'ia _;f.r'aeh 'show:-where;:admis- came back. LOUISVILLE AND NASH- maintain a standard for the latest and chair with.a whack.NOTHING for the year, choosing Orlando ftf.

f sion charged and .$2.50' r each VILLE R. R., ET. AL.. best in every line of finish and equipment the meeting place for 1914, and i&
f t.canerack," ;. : ;After. : ,the ,carnivalfv.had toMr.p'Neal's letter'.:Bui Mr. Wal-: _. 3 NEW IN MEXICO. doming the movement of the Tamps-
nil a/ day or :two=tlie'Council : : .v Child's Welfare Sosciety to have.tbt
: .; ker did' not'want anything published Nashville, Feb. 27.-The importanceof
.. T ..got tgetherin! 'an informsiway and about.answering this letter until their the city of Nashville as' the gate- GREAT SEAL IDENTIFIED Special 'to The SentinelWashington State Legislature create an industrial -

f .:decididihatVti. .regular..;license, fee next meeting, March 6th.,For' what way to the south for hay and grain D. C., Feb. 27.The school for delinquent children

,. must. "'bb, collected-' >' or'the- Carnival discontiiaad -' purpose, he did' not make clear. products depended largely upon the Richmond, :Va, Feb.. 25.-A 'cablegram State Department announced today the eleventh annual convention of tJa
t' and Mayor 'so'instruciied'the f ;Several times during the discussion decision in the present case. Suit was tonight from London announced that no news had been received from Florida Chapter, Daughters of tht

,,:>. : Marshal.. But when the, Mayor several members of the council 'be- brought by the railroad and the Nash- that! the English .makers had positively Mexico. The only activities reported American Revolution, closed here to

is.,. '. -diswamliiut,. -:- :A..license.had.., .been came.somewhat .heated. But it'was ville Grain Exchange and Board of identified the great seal of the .by the State Department was an day.
., ,.,'' issaed. ,:he knew.tba .he'bad, no_fartter apparent.to' all those who were spectators Trade 'to'auunl'an order'of the Interstate Southern Confederacy which was purchased order sending troop D, Third Cavalry Officerselected were: State rege> ?
; power.in' " thee' ,matter. ,'and so stated 'to"this discussion ",, that when Commerce Commission issued 'last. year. by Richmond men to El Paso to meet, 200 refugeeswho Mrs. G. C. Frizell, Miami; vice regeatia
it; ; it boiled down.to. the real article that Jan. 9, 1911, requiring the Louisvilleand and ,sent abroad for the purpose of are approaching the border. I Mrs. M. W. Carruth, Tampa; secretary -
1.\-,_. By! a':etat* eat' from',:'City (Solicitor no body acted in bad faith. That the Nashville and the Chattanooga establishing its authenticity, .The seal, Without comment and without recommendation and treasurer, Mrs. Carrie Van

k : ' tee.,''it' war. made. clear'that do- members the council who were consulted and St'Louis railroads to desist from which is regarded,as, the most valua late this evening Chairman Kuren., St. Augustine; historian, Mia
;'natiefiVt_ )' the ,Fair' and the; exemp- about"this license;acted in good granting to N Nashville! dealers in grain ble Confederate:relic, will probably be .William Alden Smith, of the special Lock, Jacksonville.The .

,. L'.tkm. ;.from:""license\iees, ';was:J.contrary faith in an endeavor to help a'worthy and grain products and hay the privilege presented to some historic organization &e committee r that investigated sessions were presided over by
'.'to law,-and that there was'.no'warrant organization in this city. There: was of ;rebilling or reshipping at ;so that it may: never again be the conditions in Mexico, made the State regent, 'Miss Kathryn R.
Ifor,'doing'it After', ." 'deal of the market public, the report submitted by him Thorp, of Daytona. The sessions west
a jreat simply a mistake made, in com- through rates, so long as the same placed on .
:' ;& -eross-firing, Councilman- \Walker.. made, puting the amount( the license to privileges are not granted to Atlanta, '. j and. associates. to the senate. held in the music'room of the Tamps-

: ,*,',-'a'speech'.and. : . ''a' motion" .'.that ,the, tax I be collected: Columbus, Macon and other Georgiapoints. SPORTSMEN'S SHOW. .1 Witnesses in Washington and along Bay HoteL .
. theborder the number of
to 147 ,have
,' ,collect.the regularifee for! No blame should be attached to a I -
; :sixteen. 'tbows,,that*would'.amount to .mistake honestly.,made; and when ,the ,The, interstate Commerce Commission _New. York, l b.. 27th.-(Special)- been.examined. Evidence shows that MEXICO IN: POVERTY }
t-tII: : ,'and. that: credit be given for council'gets squared.around, they will hold that the reshipment privi- Unusual, interest was manifested in the handof the Standard Oil figures

: :.i itfce $75.. already. paid :and''that $25 take that,view (of itIt.isalwaysiafe.to lege was .an illegal device ,by which the opening.,of the';annual Sports. extensively in the revolutionary movement Mexico is hard up for cash. Her

.'W. efeaatod the :Bedaen.f obey the law, hay and grain products might' be men's.show.here,,today by, reason of It ,also shows, t'th armywhile credit is, poor.aiid .her securities un t
.t, J;A\Jtlfi"'j juac4 e")lr. SimiM enro and dangerous.'to side step. The.city transported at less than.the legal tar-'the extensive programme ,offered,, by in the north, failed to subdue certain.
:'iriao':1seto.. ce4teet' from has learned this in the cases under advantage over other points. ,the committee in charge ,. the revolutionists or_ to engage themin Mexico is poverty stricken in statesmanship -

s f';;W..w-.H.. 'iI;, ; ''-knows'. \who.. ,,to 'colfcoT .. consideration last:,night, when the:do- iff rate and gave-Nashville an:undue Chief among the attractions was battle wherever,it could be avoid- in national honor and integrity -

: .i r1ltlllil:lard -everyman:here; :knows nations and exemptions to the Fair The Commerce" ;Court held that the ,the ,intercity trap shooting: .tournament ed.There and...her chances. obtaining:tea
J\: '* : to .;eeiect from.1" ,In other attack : which is under the is:muchby way of. criticism flattering.
: were made the :basis of allowance of'the, through rate with ; ,managementof loan are, not,
,l(? ,.,--.L.' ,,,-. .';-'.>;".wdSiana.youwtnttotirow.. ;; : Mr.; :Waters.' Howe, who ,had ,been the-reshipment' or rebilling'privilege '.Luther'J., Spuier .of;:Philadelphia.Beside of the Taft administration' 'on ''neutrality I'That'country, though,rich in. nate-"
. .. iiWIitJ'on' tlie'miieshil'aad. appointed r city treasurer: to,'succeed was ,caused by competition in ',the : 'this,to m.meafthere are set .laws and..the evidence, 'tending resource is a bankrupt when' ft
.._'',make, ,,""him, ;go*';down''in his pocket..and, WalUr', .AT:Smith,'deceased,:,:presented, shipment' of grain'' to .Nashville by feral ;other events .marksmen to show partiality in behalf f*Ma-c; comes to morals. 1 f.) y
;!,.,' :i 't'it's' 'whiiro'tle kw places his."" oad, ;for'appro9il and" 'will "be boat on the.J io"" 'and Mississippi II, scheduled. ,These ; had the effect! deco; I Mexico has ceased to command 'the

-c:; .JtI: :'- a Mend;,it S.'L" I sworn" mtoday: by;:Mayor Reynolds. Rivers to,'Nashivlle on, 'the .Cumber.,of drawing some, of: the,'best' shots respect' of the,;:otter .nations' .of. IkcU;

: iWW._ .' W.V., .;,.A T{: t<'lMes iSoHie :minor,,business" and,.'corres- land,River,and'that it was'necessary I in the, United States" : ''to"--this city i I WEATHER.,REPORT. ,'world'and it looks like Jt Will.requlm

.,'tIN" ..'sad---'.Ii.' wnt ..'" :aia's'.. 'iv\.0 te.tO.t pOBdence' " -was "then .disposed, :"of,:before OItthp t' ox*:the railroads to.j ietl Prominent among. these if. 'Fred.Giber; -,' I the, iron hand ,of the:exiled .Diaz w'
..: :I\.. it J8hJlvltl ; adjournmestjaad each ,member" the' water. ,:'competition. A perpetual' of.'Spirit,.Lake, &. .f.:;. 1 :kFlorida.Far', ; r 'in northwest' 'por tM.&troDlmD of..Uncle Sam to pit
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w- .bis 'way thinking of.. injunction was granted against'the t : matters right. over,
t, te-IIr ....... :r I : and will i think'.of."$4; 'enforcement of the,- order;'and 'the' 'KeHers,'Staffordf and AritoM'i Inks. Friday.:.Cooler fai north'.and central
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.: : J t ST 'G1 11A' T ', INSURANCE, iEqISLA110 I I The Lake" City Indexsays:: "At last.I I .'

i \ : new Government building is assured
';;: : '\-1: 3}:Geneva;,Fk,:Feb.:25-Died, at,theFloridSanitarium A-: well organized movement Lake City." The building will
;Y4a on last .Tuesday foot;:for the regulation of Insur i il1 be a great addition''to .that'
,i ' :tight February:llth,,1913, the'sweet Companies.,.'and insurance town:
f;_ ;fpjrit< of :' "
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'.''t ,; A. H. ; That there has been'a laxity !
flight; management of insurance, co L J.J MUSl 4Tz I
i Mrs.::; Rehbinder: had been, in failing tioft Florida seems,to admit

: ,.health,since the death.of her only doubt That rates are, too high take pleasure in announcing to Ladies and Childrens Ready to
r -diaghter, which occurred some,five I not' be doubted. by any fair TIE Cdll8P811S1. ." the people in Orlando and vicinity wear hats from 50c up. \
/months previous,',but her condition I people. .J that our line of Spring and Summer Ladies 'Rain Coats, Regular $5.00
;did not become alarming, until about The' insurance companies Pedicure, ,Shampoo, Merchandise, which is arming daily kind now 298. Childrens RainProof t

thfee weeks ago, when: it'was thought wholly to blame for the, high Face and Scalp Massage. t,r such .as Dry Goods, Clothing Shoes, Capes from $1.98 up. '
;: ,; '>'best to send her where she could haves however. There has been a '. Hats, Millinery, Ready to Wear Hats Ladies Washable Skirts, all styles
,,daily; medical attention:. deal of carelessness in the : over Dickson & Ives store :}' the Styles Shown are varied enough from SL24 up. ,

,;' Mrs.'Rehbinder was a native of far- tion of:chimneys! and. flues in corner Orange and Central to suit the tastes of every one, and Ladies and Children's Coats and

,away, Russia,'a,lady.of;culture and- re- and. the pitch,pine used:in house. Avenues. the prices are In keeping with' every Suits at Surprisingly low Prices.
'nnement,,she with.her husband com.dng .. ing .is very susceptible# to purchaser's idea of economy. Calicos 5c per yard.
to,,Geneva in the 70's where they when fire once, fastens upon 'it. ; SPECIAL BARGAINS DURING French Gingham lOc per yard.
;a .jhave sin e'resided. .1 hard to conquer In all cities FAIR WEEK. To accomodate the trade we give
w She-was deeply interested in school: towns there is need of Shoes for Men, Ladies, Misses and away nice china ware for premiums ..
F "work;; which vocation, she had been chimney construction and every CARTER'SNEW r Children in all styles and colors, high to everybody who trades with us. We
; engaged in.f She-was devoted to her pupils,'and should be a building inspector in 35'T". STORE body.. All Sh.oes.will sell at FIFTEEN ey refunded.
'they to'hermany; .of our young lady PER CENT OFF. '
and Each'applicant
city town. *r- Come and convice yourself ,t
Ladies Shirt Waists and .'{.dd
Std teachers attribute success to her r.
well afford In Grove
building permit can Highland, Your Trade will be
instruction her to Blouses of styles from 98c Appreciated.
; ,, ability to impart a small inspection fee for he will up.
: others her knowledge ,was remark- many times .the cost thereof ;: New Fresh Stock of.Staple Ladies Dresses from 98c up. Men's Straw Hats from 23c up.

,.abl .' insurance,. to say nothing of t ; Groceries. Our Expense is ; Childrens Dresses from 48c up. Men's Alpaca Coats from $1.50 up.Earner's :>
We little 'when said I .Low and Prices Low.
,thought we creased safety to life and our ;
,(IOOd-- ye, to her that we'would clasp In,the country districts one I. We Deliver to Any Part !
q her hand or see'her face no more. of the City. A Telephone ; '
of hazard is annually on the '
x 0(' 'To her grief stricken loved ones, it crease., That.of burning over of Order to 325 will get the ; New YorkBargain

3has. indeed been' a heavy blow, and we ests. But greater precaution in Goods. :
scarcely know how to offer consolation struction is needed. I .
: tinder bitter affliction, but GASOLINE I
so an we Insured and insurer must, OIL AND '
can think,of ode who-Caresfor us all, DELIVERED AT .
gether in this matter of rata n Store
and who .has' prepared a bright'and YOUR DOOR'' \' 1
,(beautiful home beyond the grave;' and '
News comes from Fort Myers
though this,deep shadow fall-heavily .
the tarpon season is In full,
;.on: this once happy home, remember Useppa Island. The first tarpon. If You Would be Posted be. 'a Daily Visitor to this Store ,
'that light sometime will, break
season was caught a few days IlittlMMMIIIIIIIItMt*
': ',thl ugh and there may be a glad andbippy'
John Morrison, of New York
.i reunion in the. great beyond .
weighed 68 pounds I Star EmploymentAgeney
i That. beautiful hymn, "Asleep in
esus'- was sung, and ,her body was .'

F :Rev laid funeral to,.(X rest;service..C..FProctor A.on.Thursday saunders'. conducting at ten' "o'clock the ELIJAH' H .Tell' your troubles to. Palmer. < J OIH? '!!' 1R W AR

'. :rte' expects to open a new Funeral Director Nand He will get reliable help in any <

a ,-.tore Rev in.;Hope'Geneva, our,this new;week.Methodist miri- Hand Blocky Embalmer Pine St Phone line of Phone employment 105. 57M' I

:: ,inter reorganized the Epworth League
.at ,his last appointment two weeks iitimmiiiiiiMMiMMrmmmmmamiUMtofuueMKMaMmwsBSMmi
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.ago.- We trust our young people may _
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interested in work -
become. : : :! ; 1
twill be of benefit to them.
E MrDooley}; and,family'have' moved j i 1 I CHAS LORD .

into.the Smith cottage'near Lake Ge- | I II.

,. neva., I Lord & Bradshaw |
number of our people attended

c ';.1he:Fair in Orlando last week. We wish to announfce to our friends, and the public generally! 'i
: ,Jdr..,and Mrs.Robert Morris expect r
home I that we have formed a partnership under the 1I
to leave for their Northern Wed-
nesday ,evening: I I above firm came, for a general |

'Married: In'Geneva Fla., on .last :

Tuesday evening,,'Feb. llth, '1913, Real ,Estate ,and Insurance; j

Miss;:Tannie,>Brewer of, Laleland and i i \ : ', ; II '.,. .' ". - : i
.MrAlbeit;, Geiger of Geneva, were | business and'are centrally" located in,a ground floor office at No. | I
d unitecl' in the bonds of matrimony.
z .Mr. 'H._ ..IL. .Pattishall, our popular 111 S. Orange Avenue, (formerly occupied by Hamilton & Dunn | .

notary;'public, performing the ceremony meet all old friends II (
>; 1 I Millinery), where, will be pleased our
.; Amidst a: shower of rice,'and _, ,
the'melodious.. 'music of'tin cans, cow I and to makenew,ones. IS 'i,, Hardware, Agricultural Implements, Harness, Saddlery
E' :!bells, horns and other high toned instruments II
the', happy' couple: boarded Our list of city and acreage property is surpassed by none, : Paints Oils Building Material Etc.
.: the'eight o'cloektrain'for: their home ==B II. ,,
:near Cook's _Fery We wish them a I and we have'some; exceptional| ins. COME AND SEE Us |

a' happy and useful life., .OrlandoFlorida
long r
Another sad death occurred hereon | Lord' Bradshaw |I
jlast Sunday morning, Feb. 16th, when t tI

:,M ..,Wagner,.a winter: visitor passed I I, 17 S. GRANGE AVE. ORIANBO, FIA. II. \I I i

'into the great beyond. His death'was i i. nngrtmitfft illlllilM I III:.'ilH.It....**tUfflBSMK.... gMBRIGHAM Ii Il i
j peculiarly'sad -on'account of the long .flrfflRH Jn lVnB .
: -distance: from home' and loved ones. '

,; JMr.'Wagner, had been here only a few
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.' i months made many,but during friends.his short stay,had W. M. SLEMONSAnd

He and a friend,Mr. Fred Wall, also .
.a winter visitor were somewhere near AGENTS s
''Titusville; when he became quite ill,

3r, Wall caring for him, and summoning
medical aid;, after several Orlando Stationery Souvenir and Curio Stor2E < ur ew S n g Stock'is omine In

"- thought best to return' to Geneva, And we will offer to you a Choice Selection of High Class .
which they did on last Thursday evening WEST CHURCH STREETlillllllllllMMIIIIIIIHIIIIIMIIIIIIIMIIIIIIMl .. : Goods. ,
Mr. ,Wagner being too feeble to f. .. F. < IN DRY GOODS, ALL THE STAPLE AND USEFUL .
' help himself., When they'reached the GOODS as well as FANCY SILKS, and FINE DRESS
.home:of Mr. Lameraux he was,carriedto : ; GOODS,.HOSIERY IN SILK LISLE AND COTTON, and .

his bed'in the arms of his friend the,Many Accessories that Women Use. .,. . . . . ,
':Mr. Wall, who faithfully administered 1918 :l /s odels
needs until Saturday ,when,'it
to/his ': Bargains Six Days in Every Week
was learned t that his condition was : ; ,

.critical and other friends assisted Mr. .. ,. '-, . We carryall the time a large stocVof-SHOES of the ,
; 2 Wall in doing all they could for him. .. , best makes and newest styles. KING QUALITY MEN'S t
The summons came.'Sunday morningat .. SHOES. CRADDOCK TERRY'S WOMEN'S SHOES
. 7 o'clock. A telegram from his ,) : 'AND CHILDREN'S SHOES. NONE BETTER ARE 's

,wife to send,his body home, did not II II '.. : .SOLD IN THIS MARKET. .> : ,
.reach Geneva" until after the body was. SCHLOSS BROS. FINE SUITS FOR MEN at $15.00, '
:interred, .the Geneva cemetery! Rev. I I $20.00, $25.00 and $30.00 are,' unsurpassed for, ,STYLE '
',C,,.A. Saunders ,of the Methodist I I FIT AND QUALITY. .

.,church South,. performed the burial MOTOCYCLES'I < LORD,BALTIMORE BOYS SUITS WILL BE SURE '
service. TO,PLEASE YOU. '
Deceased leaves a wife two sons ,
Four H. P. Models $200.00. r --
r 'tnd.a daughter New York State,, Seven H.: P. Models, 250.00 t .
0 and although strangers our hearts gc

:out to them in' their sad bereavement. : G. E.Eilpert W' M. Slemons
and: W shed for them a sympathizing ,

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(4lIt T..,at n'iMiotlive.on.;' : $720 a j
.;:Y! :sad'''IueP aP;?appeariaices" .wastbi r PROPOSITION'TO I
; '>''''!*1the?:aenate. "tonightilrportom [- Cat,Estate'Fourteen : il'SAFAIR: I IF YOU WANT -

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:} 'attt e;; d wt'all ;j20Salaries.for :' acres of good land in.go dioeaiion. '. I BRIGHTER FRUIT
:pertal dwks:and mail.earners and acc 9 aC 'es'.in grove- :Locates k pe
t', 0ftd-tKe:$800 minimum:.salary previ on: i nice lake: Price $5,500. I Free from ". J
tfeeliouse APPRECIATIVE OF THE VERYBEST. the dust.mite and for which* & '"
y.fixed by; : *
i.. .y TT+e i offoawite' ';'of:;'the:bill,argued Ten..acres first class land. ,5. acres WE ARE SPECIALISTS IN ' you command the fancy, prices, useSuiphoaCitrol '.' ./ i. ..
tht?$730;was more than the average ia 'gr ve.: Splendid location. $4,500. \
.!. clerk"is.il etaiereceived. :for'equally.
.str'' "I strenooos*service. \ ,and was-- 'more' *'thandouble"the . Two and.one-half acres.in excellent,) Electrical Wireing and Motor Work i
,.. : 'wage. scale';'of:the average location .All'in grove $1,500.: .. Y
working-.asau and that these:classes NEWELL ELECTRICAL COMPANYARCADE IF YOU'WANT .:'" :
:would have,to coatribute'tnOstlargelyeto ;' A: !large number,of business lots,invarious =f v""*'
; ,. ,'any:increase;'that might be',.made. localities in the city, and, BUILDING To destroy the "THRIPP use- 1 ,
to- 'mail cferkuaand carriers.' beautifUl'suburbs of the city at prices I CHURCH.ST. 1
l' However this,;:may'be, an,$800. sal. ranging from .$100 to $1,000..
ki. ,:city.i is-,:not.''too ''much"under: presentcanditioae. 1 PHONE 230 Black Leaf Tobacco Extract

: .: The fact; that Uncle' ,Lake front home sites .containingtwo ,
Sam,is: ;.l.more','liberal with ',his employees and more acres of land' at the I Our ne w1913 Almanac. containing' full ,
\' tittt;the'average corporation very moderate price of. $650.. ,
L*.is'no argument against the.merits of I information sent you for three cents
," the bill, 'For particulars call at office over '
i postage.
I Dickson & Ives store, Orange Ave. The Best is the CheapestSO

\. The"Asiatic.Exclusion, League, with CARL JANSEN I GET THE BEST OF E. 0. Painter Fertilizer :Co.

,.headquarters here,.forwarded a>letter. ;
to?President Taft today, chargingCharlas'Nagelhead I 1
Paints and Wall ir .
,; of 'the department : PaperTHE : JACKSONVILLE, FLA. '

.'of .commerce" and. "labor, ',with' I, 11 cI
j'deriliction:: ,',waste of public fund/and" 1912 WALL PAPER IN SAMPLESIS "
'* ;violation, of..his oath. ,<>f':otSc?. I t
;. 'The league charges th"rN: gel discredited I t.
.the work of Daniel J. Keefe, 'They'I TO SHOW'THEM.. ALL YOU HAVE TO --- -
'., commissioner'general of immigration, I DO IS TO TELEPHONE AND I WILL

;;,and preventedhis preforming. .his.duties Are BRING THE SAMPLE TO YOUR HOME.
' faithfully, in;)order to'drive'him F :N
f f.OJD. office and. put' a friend."m his t., ,
k No her cigars are to be : Mantels s
.r,place,' .- GEO. A. BARKER PHONE 268 Fireplace ;
.It''dedare5! .'tb Nagel_violated his ."found 'anywhere we're.
oath.'of.office by allowing'persons.engaged sure of than, hence we'feel Tiles and Grates J
?. no hesitancy in saying that -- ,
in immoral pursuits to enter
; regardless'cf price;/there is \ '
the 'and'refus to order a
country z
g. :
not cigar made that Calorie Fireless Cookers
their deportation. The'league cites a you ,

." i'annectionThegurther numerous .violations- f charge. u!,made".the law that in this.the ::can enjoy, HAWLEY'SSTRAIGHTS'more than I I'! SPRING G MILLINERY' [ OPENINGWednesday r[ I Electric Pocket Hash Lights, t t I i

.,.. league" .. in' possession of facts:which HAVANAS and I Complete Electric lighting Plants of : 1 .
: will, :that'Seeretay.Nagel' has
: prove \
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Made in. Sold and
Orlando. by Thursday
.been :guilty.. ; ,
: at wasteful expenditure
,df public funds ,all Dealers. Only ,cost 5 l' Any Size Installed.

.,"-' J :sents.ASK FOR THEMIIMMMMMIIMMIMIIIil' f fI February 26th and 27th.A : -- .....--- . i iE

carload'of'eiaporators.and. other I I r t .
'. machinery,for thie'glue:factory, whichis . - CORDIAL FNVITATWN EXTENDED TO All -
:to beo>erated in Pensacola, have ., S. PIERCE; R.
;:, arrived.! ,The;plant' is'..located:across "Why do you always insist on,talk .-..-.
the bay..:_The_ .beildings.. are _
.', now" near ing about the weather to 'your barber .; ELECTRICIAN
| 'ing co>ipletioi1 and.proapects are thai' ?" IISSESHAlILTON&DUNNORANGE

theplia, -, ..will. be' n'full"' operation. be- "You: wouldn't have me talk about PMNE tHe New laud IU., Ctarch SL AE
for,the.BMe of. the., .
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'.,'" t' ;;1"i! anything so exciting:as polities to ama AVENUE ORLANDO, FLA.' E
who' is,Handling a razor, would
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-,L ' :Florida. ... --:Sentinel. from Washington' D.;C. where he went One of the.most remarkable books'I
.. i :M01MNC:,ABB'WmtLTBM J 1 on business in connection :with. his ever'issued;is .the voltage containingthe

,. ,,' G .' I Ir lAnD; views and policies, of Governor: I. Search Yout
: Bins I l o Woodrow Wilson. Coming jast before ,as.

,' .-' ..'. .' ... ',Two 'millionaires, have announced his inaaguration'as'Preadent the book k: ,
___: THE.DAILY S. HW1Lftfeyear il il:1 their candidacy for mayor in_Leaven- will' be much consulted in the fouryears A t e
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: : worth, Kan., and a lively fight is expected. to,come by those'who want,to .
Moa II.......,'............ 2L50 : .
,The gentlemen popular as know what;the President thinks
eMo ti.a.,. ;...!!...:-. ....1.26 are on a YouCant"FindMorefor: l '
well as wealthy and will be able to number of things; for instance, on
'Bit'Week. . :............oo'.... .10 : their ;
1 pay all own expenses, without trusts, on monopolies, on finance; on ,

F '. / -Th'V LY, SWTINHL- calling on'any. 'of the faithful for contributions the' initiative, referendum ,and recall; Your

n.* :J. yam; by ae4, .'port t.ptid,........fLOO on the restoration of equal opportune Money Elsewhere r
' Orkedo Thrd1lmt & ties to the ; r
.i1Mnw-. tu. o people by preventing the ....
101,Oont Btrwt. Arcfc'.Boflto* The city employes of ,Lynchburg, big combinations of capital from illegally '-:: -1.- /" ..
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:Ptat .24j Va., must pay their debts,. if'one of restricting competition. The ., d 'Y'. p' .r.- r'
y < ; .: P. 'KHJMANH. MtorJ06UH the councilmen has his,way. He has President-detf baa put forth a reallyvaluable ,. C NOR CAN YOU FIND BETTER JEWELRY _' '
.. s tt.prl.lir."BBIDAY .: I' presented an ordinance' which would work which every American
rf.*<- ,. ,- 1i. discharge every city, employe who is will feel, impelled to know about it t THAN OURS. FOR SEVERAL YEARS THIS . r

i "; ;. ''FEBRUARY' ,28, mz not absolutely free from debt., If the U partly composed of addresses bj .

.4 ?.- F I I I ordinance passes' there will be a Governor Wilson and it was edited and L : HAS BEEN SO, IT IS.SO TODAY, AND WILL. 1
It is,said,that some political plums: scramble among= the city- employees. to put together l by William Bayard Hale,. :

s ., _Ape' bad,an- early froat..4';t ... :I settle up.There wabsi able, literary work Jias broughthim t - BE SO TOMORROW, NEXT YEAR, AND I

; '0' o very rapidly before the reading: IN. I' 4

Bryan's*.smile will broaden in the will be'some'patch work done jublic'in the past few years .. I :j. -:- : THE YEARS TO COME. <-.
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.sine. .ratio.. as his. influence widens.Today'is by' the congress of the United States ... I"t' trt. 'MJM, ; :-- -:::; .; b "\
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0., that will in a few days pass i into history. A CASE IN POINT '' j '

Vilson's. "-[administration',the v last 'day'in of, New Governor Jer- That all not will much agree.has That been muchis accomplished A visit to Tampa-yesterday of a .

at, expected from the extra session Urge party of Lakeland citizens, W hy Not Hare t the Best and Be Sure

cr 0' that meets in April, goes vithout'say- making the trip in automobiles, wasa .
ing. That some disappointments are
klotJierftY'to keep'down the high happy event and further carries out
t I in store for those who hope*too much the of more -.
'r aBKt ol living is to, strictly observe policy friendly relationsand 1 I
} ; is most likely.ORLANDO:. closer kinship which the Trib- '
o o une talked about a few days ago. -.If It's in t e Jewelr Line We aYe It.i

By,keeping his-mounth ,closed Wil- A HOME CITYA Such a visit was made possible only ,
\ by paved ,roads and they could be .
lim Rockefeller:at least escapes theJwger
gentleman from Ohio was in-the i made more frequently and coyer a
r of being misquoted.
city for a few days this week, and much wider range of territory if "

.0 yesterday in conversation with a Senti- there were more paved roads.
The hosts are beginning to gather -
; nel representative said:. "I like Orlanr, With, state highways brick hibh- T.I1.vanstheOPPOSITE Jeweler
f 3*,Washington and hotel room ,is at
e do so far as location and natural beau- ways-Tampa could exchange such
: o ty is concerned, the, best,of'any placeI visits with every city of importancein
: have seen in Florida. But when it the.state:
;a Post office candidates will begin
{ fu comes to 'making a place, attractiveand An occasion like that of yesterday POST OFFICE
r grooming their horses now a few I
I inviting to strangers,'St. Peters- I benefits Tampa and benefits Lake-

I :.IL. burg has you beaten ,to a frazzle. land., It brings the two places nearer -

o )"Why," said he '"they have parks together, develops co-operation in
ttd to look like tranquility
begins. 1 where they hold band concerts; they the good work of "boosting" South .
exico''will never come until every
have a half dozen public croquet Florida.
gets ,a public office. j jH
greaser grounds where are' played many interesting There should be more such occasions -
> : games in which one -state i and they would become regular
rF F While G./W. acquired fame with
competes against another; they have thing if Tampa were connected with
: '.'little.hatchet; he was never a pro&sjonal .
streets for good"side the G GOODS i
"knocker.0: |good autoing other sections of the state by NEW r
0 ,walks that reach way out in the country brick highways-roads always ready,
:" among the orange groves, and always in good condition,' not washed
.k:; i A'' New'lersey'n went to sleep along all prominent. streets are comfortable into holes and gullies with every little !
1 :a'stall occupied.by.a mule, and the seats. shower. V 1 \
: '. 'Toledo Blade 'reports that he is I
; -. "Now, these things appeal to a State highways would promote so ARRING
well ,could be expected. I
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stranger, and we missed these right. many good things that it is impossible .
t' 0 !away in Orlando." I to enumerate all of them. Every .
rThe. in have given
: troubles Mexico r This gentleman is only one of many I day, however, we see some interest -
mention' ty to get newspaper who have noticed these conditions. of our business or ,social life
of the fact that she has '
? If The Sentinel man said to him that that would be immeasurably benefited nAIL
2 few little_ gunboats. Orlando was distinctively a city of by them.-Tampa Tribune. .
-0The ------ homes; a city of splendid schools and

man! who hopes nothing serious churches, :where people'may come LOCUSTS FOR FOOD : J 1 st/j1/ ..0, ;
;T sill befall ,the. hiking suffragettes with their families and find ideal con-

\ ,Sea 'not, neeessarily.conunit himself ditions for the education and devel- The picture John the Baptist at

a support of their cause. opment of their children, and that the Grand Theater Wednesday even- 4

these conditions made Orlando a good ing received some discussion as to
:SL Johns' County has decided that city twelve months in the year, while whether or not he did live on locusts l

tick roads are .the only practical' a tourist city only had life for four and wild honey and whether locusts Special Showing
'.w.d8.to build and the matter will bet'up.to
i to six months in the year and'that were human food. V
the'.voters.ExGovernor .... 'the balance of the time is a period of Not a few commentators have stumbled -

i -0--- stagnation in business in all lines: over the statement that John the -SaturdayExclusive
still writ-I
Gilchrist is He admitted the truthfulness of this Baptist "did eat locusts." Not aware
-; it letters of advice. Governor Tram.well .statement, but said that Orlando that in ,the East locusts are eaten,

,' and the, state legislature no could. just as well by.a little! effort even to this day, they have suggestedthat >
t ,i ifcpbt will appreciate his advice. have a large tourist trade and by cultivating some sort of bean is meant .

t: -0 this side of her growth-she Locusts are today eaten in,Arabia, 1'I I
*. Arf Illinois: ,,man who' gave up to- would stimulate and increase her per pretty much as they were in Biblical .-J .
'Iwco, at the age of 105 lived to be well natives
: manent population and business ins times. Foreigners as as
HO._Just what effect the tobacco had teres And in this the man is right declare that they are really an excellent MARIONBIIVESO : .
.m the length;of this life is left to in- Orlando has i been too busy to take' article of diet They are best :> .

fvMuai opinion. proper care of the' friends who come boiled. .
./s: .,---- a-us for just a few months each year.' The long, or "hopping," 'legs must '-" i.i '" :.
The':ability ,to dodge is becoming Let us make a better endeavor. be pulled off, and the Jocust held bya '"
20re and.ore.. important. The automobile wing and dipped into salt before it Millinery Parlors j .

-s makers all announce that they OUR WEEKLY is eaten. As to flavor, the insect is
; Wll,brake, all 'records for production said to'taste like green wheat Second Floor

k year.. Our weekly subscribers will be The red locust is more palatablethan '
,0>, pleased with this week's issue of the the green kind. Some say that
Mr, John. D.. Rockefeller attended Sentinel Twelve pages of solid read- the female is red and the male green,

.,arch for;two Sundays at 'DaytOna ing matter, containing 'a full reportof I but others contend that all:are green
;r .. jfkd.the church,was.not big enough to the County Fair' will appeal to! at first, whatever the sex. They devour everything vegetable, will be moved across the street and pits mean that some of the small j

eenmodate the crowd that sought them as some newspaper.The ; Locusts must be caught in.the,morn- and are devoured by everything ani- placed>> in the midst of a fine plat of churches are consolidating. Underr|r]

,"o It is stated ,that the.Aarch weekly will continue the policyof 1 ing, for then they are benumbed by mal; desert larks and bustards' rav- ground:which wUlbe made into a Parkto the arrangement between the Congre-

received'very good collections getting all the news to all the the cold, and their wings are damp ens, hawks and buzzards like them. be known as Poe Park. gational and Presbyteran organizations -
'those two Sundays and a vulgar people without fear or favor., [with the dew, so that they cannot fly.. The camels_munch them in with their During the time Mr. Poe lived there the over-churching problem has!

** V jiblic: 'had their curiosity satisfied. o [They may be found in.Arabia clustered -, food; the 'greyhounds run snapping this home was in the country, but the been taken up .and today there, are;
--Q- ---- TOOMER'S ASPIRATIONSW. # in hundreds under the desert bushes -. after them all day! long, and eat as city has grown so that the old home only three towns in Michigan with;

A "blue sky" bill has been passed M, Toomer, of'Jacksonville! still ; and they can be literally. shoveled many as they catch.. The Bedouins was surrounded by modern structures.A less that 4,000 population that have;
the Missouri Senate., .U is largely basket often give them to their horses. both Congregational and Presbyterian
If; has political corns. ,He now aspiresto i into a bag or :
,. patterned after the.Kansas statute onftt the office of United States District,, Later the sun dries their wings, and Michigan minister is not alarmed churches.' This is the way it. should
,subject,and,is',aimed,at the corjMfttiooa -! Attorney.He ''it 'is ,hard to catch them. >When in HOME OF EDGAR A. POE because there are vacant pulpits in.25 be in every small- town. One good;j

whose stock has nothing will hardly have the hearty endorsement . 'flight they resemble :what we call The home of Edgar A. Poe.has been per cent of the Presbyterian churches live church can do three times as much''

BMt 1 tangible behind it in the way o! of Congressman Claude: May-flies. They fly sidewise, driftingas purchased by the city of New York in his state. 'He says that communities as two or. three struggling religio

,wets than the..sky. L'Engle. it were before the-wind. and the cottage in which Poe lived are over-churched and vacant pul denominations.

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,_ & ... just' ; i d'r*:;a' J:.completelifeyqf.MEN'S "* t ::-:3: : Fine' ,Line of SHOES,, j in all We have j just received a WIDE AND NARROW : JUST, \RECEIVED )

line of ELK LACES in all the ," ,
new S.KIN. new ft
! '. : PANtS: at,; > the latest 'styles and sizes r.A Full, Line of ., .
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\ SHOES at $1.50,. $2.00 weaves. just received and on >' .
: from to '. from the cradle to the grave. I
x 'liw'-pn.ces.v ; 1.50 5.50, > $,2.50 and ,$$.oo. The best. sale I this week ENGINEERS' ;.
We fit you' and suit po.Babys to N'). 15 Mens. and PAINTERS
you '
r can ; ; : line of Elks we have ever had. Royal Society Embroidery

ifyouwear.PAHTS.. ; ,, ," .. ",,:,Prices 500.. to J6.oo. : '. See them. Floss, all shades and sizes. OVERALLS '..
Sizes "
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F iT. BoarcLmans, 1O6 S. Orange A.ve: Orlan d3f b j

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Y t .er Magnolia. They' like Orlando real YESTERDAY'S RESULTS IN THE =

well and may buy a home here. GOLF TOURNAMENT., \
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J; 'THE TUNER Mr. Archibald' Maurice, of Athens, The golf tournament now on in Or-

,k ,ORLANDO, FLA.. Pa., who.has been visiting his friend lando for the purpose of forming a
I '" I :' Dr. E. M, Cowell, on Lake Ivanhoe, State Golf" Association, attracted good
ti. ,' crowds of lookers-on yesterday..Some
-L ; returned home last evening by way YowelTsFOR
;. ,- of Jekyl Island where he owns a love- very interesting matches were witnessed
Burn,the hammer. and boost Orlando iy winter. home., and the contest in some instances -

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'.: '--:-' The home of Mrs. Isaac Barber out among the spectators.
t x-<" Mr,' Henry Curtis of Tallahassee' in the Dolive neighborhood was destroyed In some cases it required more than
'State :ii4iior'JsaJ Orlando today. the eighteen holes to determine the
f fire Wednesday afternoon
r : :f"t, winner. 1eIc'oI
: together with all household effects .
'Miss Susie,Magruder and Miss Hel The flights for the championshipcup
f. :enTeiford: ,'visited,in DeLand yester- except some clothing.-. and consolation prize were as follows RD frieD
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The' High School boys vs.
,- Tampa R.,C. Camp, G. R.Robinson., Camp ery
: '+Five ears of .celery and five of let- the Orlando,High School boys at the 1 up.
from Sanford last driving park this afternoon will con-
s. -tece were shipped T. P. Warlow, M. Tuttle. Tuttle 2
,'"' ,may. test for baseball honors.
P .. ""--- At the Armory tonight the Tampa up.J.. R. Yearby W. P. Robinson. Rob- 3 .
entertaining Ball team'will the Or-
:Mrs: Sidney'E.-Ivet ]Sasket engage inson 8 up 7 to go.
A her'brother,-Dr.' Gilchrist, from Nor- !ando,:Baskets. and a good game is Clarence Camp, B. Drew. Camp won' .

,ta11F'Va. I rareto: be played. by.default I
: Rev. M. Eustis, R. P. Johnson.
s. Mrs. W., ; L;Palmer ;of ,NorthyOr; 'Mrs....William G. Leonard, of PaterSon Johnson up 3 to go.Mr. .
r aBCe." avenue iJ'entertainig her.-sister., }:N.:J. and her daughter Mrs.' Geisler, Mr. Flood. Mr. Flood 45 IN. FLOUNCINGALLOVER EMBROIDERY Embroidered Dress Patterns

'Mro'HauUey.ofKentucky.; Leslie.. i iH. Davis, of Dallas, Texas, 7 up 6 to go. .
,";. "-i"i: ,-. t. ,.,...::: are in Orlando'guests of the San Juan Dr. Wible, L Dolive. Dr. Wible 1 i The $1.00 quality on Beautiful designs in 12 beautifully emnice -

.. ''1 :Mr;'4;C-, OTooleof' :- Washington, Hotel. These estimable ladies have up in 20 holes. sheer goods small medium and embroidered dress
[ i i-X;.was ,among the arrivals in Or- spent several winters in Orlando and Mr Renkert, Mr. Gewett. Renkert It(
-:. -.1 H 'Iat,night have many friends here all of whom 2 up 1 to go. worked heavy and large figures, etc. The patterns on a pretty
r ;{, ...:-- to see them. Mr. Drake. Gedge 2 for three voile worth
'*' :_n James,B. Green,of Gloyersvflle,, are' pleased' L. H. Gedge up deep, days79c 75c kind, this sale quality ,
;' ,N.jY; ;, arrived:"in;'Orlando last night Mr. B. J. Fort, ,Supervisor 1 J.to Dick go. ,Dr. Booth. Dick 2 up. 10.00, this sale,

'i ana: jfl.remwi.untii, Monday.. on,the S.,A. L BJL with headquarters L H. Lattner, Mr. Knight Knight 47c

t'! f Jacksonville' is spending the day 5 up 4.to go. $7.29
k -Mr.JOB.fe PWpps, traveling freight' in*Orlando shaking hands with old Jos. Clark, Dr. Jno. W. Stagg.Clark
.\ tgefit cf Mobile & Ohio Railroad,with" time'friends. .Mr. Fort resided in the 1 in 19 holes.N. ,
,:," v"m 1i;J eksonvilleIs spendin "- city:for a number of years and was up., P. Yowell, Mr. Williams. Yow- 45 IN. FLOUNCING m8VU EH3R01BERY 7 very pretty dress

mg today-in Orlando. section boss on.the S. A..L until called ,
ell 1 up. 85c and $1.00 quality patterns, beautifullyembroidered
., The 75c kind
an exceptional -
account of his abilityas ,
up higher on D. Wallace, Geo Wright,Wallace
':1A OThe ,Orange' ?County- Fair, field .in I' a.railroad man. 3 good value, in all the new de- designs,
,last, proved a greater of the finals yester- on sheer voile, the
The beginning :
beautiful quality at while last
signs they
ita'inost sanguine pro- ,
than .
f 4'8ne eN Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Ruble of Tos- day afternoon resulted: 7.50 ones this sale
three ,
laotera'imagined.; tant.IiL, who have been spending' the Mr. Knight, Dr. Wible. Wible 2 up. 75c. For days these three days
winter at'St. Petersburg, are on their Mr. P. Robinson, Mr. Renkert. Rob-
1 ::Miss" Antoinette' Slemmons has been way northward and stopped off at inson 2 up. 49c 59c $4 98
"., for several days as the representative \ .
in '
: Orlando' yesterday to see, as they R. C. Camp Mr. Porter. Porter 1 up.
of' ,: Orlando., Chapter. D. stated, the "City Beautiful" aboutwhich Clarence Camp, R. P. Johnson.,

,j. i.. they had heard so much. They I Camp 2 up. Special Sale of Embroidered and eyelet worked Batiste -?
were well pleased with Orlando, but D, Z. Tuttle, Mr. Geisler. Tuttle 2 5 9c
Orlando Chapter of the D. A. thought that the city lacked in parks up 1 to go. white and colored, the 85c kind. This sale, choice
k' JL is being represented at the State and other comforts that the tourist Jos. Clark L H., Gedge.. Clark 3 up
' Oonventi6n in Tampa this week, by look for. 2 to go.

1 .Miss:Antionctte Siemens.Mr. The finals will be completed today
It is announced that Miss Helen and there is much interest in the out- and
: t ..and Mrs!.'George. ,E. Nolan'are! Ward, of.Nangatuck, Conn., will'soon come. The public is likely to see Friday, Saturday Monday
/ 'entertaining .in their Beautiful Orange be united in marriage to one of the some golf today worth while. The
avenue home, Mr. and Mrs. A. chief officers of a ship that plies be- trophies put up by the Orlando Club
:L., Tucker, of London, England.Jerome tween Boston and Halifax. The mar- are handsome and the winner of these THE BIG WHITE STORE
SV riage will take place early in the. cups will have something of intrinsic

Palmer, who has been in theJMeEwan spring and the home will,be established ,' value and also something in which .
t : Sanitarium for several weeks in Halifax., Miss Ward has many. their clubs will take pride.
.ia improving and his friends entertainhopes friends in Orlando who will ,be in- ON ORANGE AVE.
of i speedy recovery.u terested'in this important event in I ,,'1'
her life and will join in wishing
life Miss Ward is :...-
'will,be held in the happy voyage. ,,'
u : ,Chautauqua' a neice of Mrs. E. F. Sperry. i No institution in Orlando has done .
i 'Orlando ,Opera house this year in iso; much'to entertain and interest the
stead of;,the'Lucerne. Season tickets MEMORIAL SERVICE. tourist in'Orlando- as the Country Club' that' it seems almost,a certainty thatif POINTED PARAGRAPHS A Minneapolis milk company has,
.are"BOW>nsale_ 'at Curtis & O'Neal's' Few people realize the value of this the question, were ,submitted to a been fined $3,000 by the district'court
,4i .,book, Ore. This afternoon Francis Willard. organization and the work it has undertaken vote it would be defeated. Many men Every strong man has his weak and the president'of the company was
Memorial Service will be held at 3 who got caught on the petition are in :spot. fined $3,000, because they conspiredwith

; Mr.* and,Mrs. Joseph:Roberts from i o'clock in the ,Baptist church. All During this week of the state Golf :no wise obligated to vote ,for division eight;;'other milk companies to
Yifteeaaes Indiana,,are in the-city for members of the. W. C. T. U. are urgedto t meet Orlando is getting more noteiriety when they go to the polls and many Many a corner loafer is moved bya raise, the' price ,of milk from seven

/ *,few months and are." i't'e be present. I of the ,right sort than the city would notSentiment policeman's stirring words. cents a'quart. to, eight cents. Perhaps,
:., ..' has had for many years. outside of Sanford is not the companies intended to furnish '
l The Golf enthusiasts of Orlando for division and it 'may' be taken as When a woman wants to be entertained better milk at the increased rate,

are boosters of a popular sort. Many settled that Orange county will not without cost she goes shopping.No but it was believed a milk' trust ,was
people who came to Orlando for the change her boundary lines. being formed to make the people' armor

first time, for the purpose' of at- woman ever drove her husbandto :: A great .many :would rather,
Collars meet will come BRADSHAW drink by keeping her mouth shut. 'pay eight cents and have '
New ;Lot of Soft tending this Golf LORD& AS BUILDERS pore milk
ft* .' again they will tell others ,about it I than.pay seven cents for an inferior
yj and others will come. :*, 'J r:*' A man's.religion seldom wears out supply, but everybody objects to pay.'

with Ties to Match l Lord & Bradshaw, two of the from overwork. ing eight cents for .something whichis
- wealthy real estate dealers of Orlando not worth more than seven cents,
J < > COUNTY DIVISION The free show is worth just but it is their "
f are improving and'beautifying average .fight and,if they are sat
R ';' Received ; J: their: Lake Copeland addition so'that about 'that much.PROFESSOR isfied there is noireason: for others to.
< Just > : in:the proposed
i are many men "
I ." .. , I new county who have signed the some of the finest. lots in Orlando will criticise,
:' i 3,, : > .; .Sanford petition who would not do it be put .on the market.,by them very HAS NOT SLEPT' -

Ht -t.- 'at.' again,,'if, opportunity was'presented. shortly. Lake.front lots are "gettingscareeand ,FOR TWENTY TEARS. I I .The Indiana Legislature. his passeda
Many signed ,it, under' pressure that the' men:;.wta.V/attrac -. fit bill ich.reduces, the penalty for
was hard to combat .Many signed ,it tive" lake 'fronts ;have something:of ;.Harvard: piofesee \whohas'not; : burglary from '10' :to 20 years to aperiod
:without, full consideration and Without value. slept for tWenty.yeara, bet"Iiu taken (from 2 to;14 years. The bill
:r 7 nRU&G &nl K N due,deliberation ,In the'ifflpreveaeste.being made>by his 'reft, ;'in.:'the'"tiriilig- -:.-/sfateis'. ;:- the passed the Senate by:a.vote of 37 to
r V. : Sanford may have,majority (and these geatJe 'eD .. 'are r ',ifidaded' good sabjeet- of iflYcotigatioM by the p7ch.opathk ., l/'a i6r;being amended so"-as to make

.\ i : -- , this; extremely 'doubtful) .of, thelegal streets- ,,which,-is ah important feature' J laboratory:: f. tfie unity; possible;:the pwien,after: two years,
:" : voters of the proposed ,district, and:.",;.they are..".:ileieg-r.-, _; -I tat, ,''c tM r.,ovin a.d'the State::,Psy< op.tlik:Hw itaL of.burgkrs"now:in'prison,ho..matter
.J ' on her petition, but .even. if :so this : } : The:twilight state k wWch tie wbet 1 how. long>tIaeir, :ice may, 'havThiI'"Ieer
Home: of:,Hart ,Schaffner, .&:, Marx -wfll only enable them to go bore the f._ ..',TheN are, meay: fcatrfarfOrk > rtiain conieieM a6 of;all:ftat bees.: 'i'like a good' bill for
.11'1. f: .>' .. '' .,, :v..JI. ''' : adeMie" rdlR srert, taMsly: i *iag that:botb,bow of theIndi.tttLegiibtare ..
ar 0"". ""tf; '". J'J Cothin .'many not. submit (to>Tote., '. ' a : :
.:f : : '?;- (L <. -,' .. t; g. Sentjnment.' lately' has -bW;., ,K. ', ; ,' : ': :- 2""" t'........_ ....'W W aHowed it to go
ta "rapidly 'crystalizing, against,:'divisive : :, Rut fit tit .. '* i ,.-iii..wr.. Mrt ..... If -Rdeten signs, the
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> mm.the'-;localities, ,oatfde. ',of; Sanfed I : -;/ Va .Wt Kf lA teewwe'in Iadiana.-

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:H 'i 4 ,are, fecalei tear sdw* Mi dnrches-aa Meal place tor femes, aid, seated as they are in Orlando,.

X'b >', I fee ("City storiM"), wakes .feem especially attractive iBvestneit '
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'. ,., beu. g' one.of the ,healthiest_ towns in the state !and the second largest shipping pomtfor oranges 'and grape fruit Any purchases made

k f ;*: ,on':the>day of Sale"are bound 'increase 'in value, giving you large profits on your Investment '.

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fJ-his, Sale! Takes- : ceRain or Shine. Remember the Date, Monday, March 3, 10.30 A M.

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..E.}., M. Andrews ,Manager. GREENSBORO., N. C.

"TURKEY; STILL ON JOB. BUSINESS. BOOSTERS I Go to Pope& Cox's Lunch Counter I *
CLASSIFIED No. 1 E. Pine St. for something 'good .I ",V' . ''IMMMtfi
Business Boosters classified adver-
Wffl lIakeAllies Pay for Victory' by tisements) received after( 10 o'clock, to eat 12t
Useless, Toll of Blood. midnight, will be run in the "Too Late
; 'Turkey' seems bent upon making the to Classify" column. LOST-Somewhere no Court street,
< "Allies the highest possible, price .Boosters,of five lines, 'or less-approximately a small chain purse with some .
< pay : 30 mords-one time, 25 small change: Return to Miss Hope
;. '" :let:victory. The !0ttpman army has cents; three times 50 cents; one week Starbuck .and receive reward. When Iou Pay What a Worth
virtually.abandoned all hope of an ag'gve' (six dally and one weekly editions) Thing .
'; campaign and has narrowed $ .OQ; one month, $3.00. .WANTED Clean Cotton Rags the

H...1 pta s:.tftls ch: defense .as it can FOR SALE--80, acres of good land Sentinel Office. You Get the Worth of Your
'wake;:of;1rtironghold3 immediately three miles west of Taf 20 acres Money

., .iboefitbeealepitaL Adrianople with- 'cleared, and in cultivation. Good I HAVE A NEW HOUSE for sale on
_.' l' 'i ftandii its''.etege;;'more stubbornly'and ,buildings.P. Bn Price $30 Sentinel per acre., Address I I Hillcrest Ave. near Magnolia. This
t ;et.ctiyelrhen .J had been' expected care I is'a section of the city that is rapidly

i l, atlaer Irtntegk. points though KELLER'S, Staffords, Arnolds, Inks, building of the best up with locations fine-homes in and Orlando.is one
; pu+ aed still',untaken:. Curtis A O'Neal;Next Postoffice. .
.. : are House has eight rooms and bath, and '
',' :iealisss exhausted six closets, covered in : "''- .''
; 'Tutey: the : coriof FOR SALE w reni-The best'farm in large. porch ,.' :" ;' : :
:___ ...; :.:'itsABalkavi'foes.; The' latter. ,Orange County. Magnificent build. rear.door. Sidewalk.Electric on fixtures street and throughout to rear -
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place good land. '
:,' .tiwps'andiadicauons.. are thatres' sell accommodating terms. Call .
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.Sentinel cheap price. After all it'is
nothing getting your
'''.lreus .are booming woefully for key at 601 Magnolia avenue, : .
<"The ,'rty'K.h :counts THE, BEST, LAKE FRONT Iota in Chauncey HoltWANTED ,money's worth. .

.- ,.i, 'Bearing'out,'his ,enemy 'so (that Orlando. are at Schumann Heights.I j
< To rent 3 4 unfurnished
'" I : WOTI six for sale. Carl Jensen.A .' or
(jjf tJM'jfeal_settleaent the,conce. sion& rooms with bath; for housekeeping "i
;, ' .i.;1Mt+e..t4 ffipke'i1l.be.amaller NICE'LITTLE COTTAGE of'four: ; or'small cottage, near postoffice. Quality means cost, but everybody knows the better the .
in Would lease for summer or a year, if
tar-reaching. rooms Highland Grove gobdivltion -
.4 pp:: \
:.. :.a.4 ;iftft]:0e,tactics Turkey puribt -:.,terms: "to S.Orlando.Senti1eL', Price |709 |aiy. can wife find only.satisfactory No children.place.Address Man Sentinel and-I quality the' greater'the 'durability. :And it is durabilitythat :-

:: t '', j h.: ;war:with .I Italy.I' Orlando.! lw i ir finally decides the net cost of a purchase. ,
'B'1 t
:. .1MMt;anew' that, a ;conquest',of! : ; "
suburb in east of the .Carl r.WANTED-To buy one good driving,:
\' UI it mi.litJ : part city. I
!! ;ip y! Jensen II horse. Must be gentle and'cheap ,:
.;1eli: id; would. gaits 1'J! :, .r'iJ; i I for cash. Apply to Singer Sewing We, 'have experts continually on guard in our shops to

';.,''t .:Md yngered t sete'bome;: ,' it. territory remained: ,becoming entirely)I.FOR. Volusia'SALE County--40 acres, near of station fine landin and: I -Machine- Co.WANTEDA. I' see that you get your.'m nets, worth. They inspect every"

::; 'and Buffered the Italians, to l lpaw l,,fine city.lake" ; $500." Terms. J. B. McKay,!I II _. how to run a man four who sided understands moulder I.. ,. nut, screw, every single part that goes into Buick manufacture -

:;' ,do'their worst Had it not)been for the I -, and planer. Apply Taft Novelty,: If the quality is off grade,. they scrap it. If the i
::: 'sadden developing. 'Jf 'trouble. in thejts'might I WANTED-First. Class Printer, cadttble Works, Taft Fla. II \
is off hair's breadth
'r'd' r t of faremanship. Enquire I a they scrap it. It
i have
k sues I
> ) with electric :
at this-office. New 7.room ,
costs us thousands of dollars in salaries alone
at least It could t a year to
f/ ,' I'fi l I I lights, bath and all modern conven :
',''' .kT pJat"id.'to:a:tedious finish.fz FOUND-That the Sentinel' reaches iences. Lot 75x200. Price, 2,850. 'E say nothing of the loss represented in the material dis 0
,: ?Jftfitpresent..situation Lo ever is the people And il read. '
Terms to suit. carded. That's the money we spend for the Buick 0. K.
:.. .i'Wy."diferenL, Unless. the Balkan FOR SALE'.-New seven room house CHADWICK & COOPER.
yt 10
: 'stetes:are extremely fatigued and Seven rooms and bath. Modern in all .. t
; : 1 respects* Lgt 75x200. Price ,$2850. '
key'slio l I Tertns. Address owner, care ,Sentinel. The famous Buick overhead valve motor is guaranteed

't *-'longer, the .Ottoman'1'1 gfverni FOR SALE-.-5H acres with five-room WELCOME TO I ; .: to have more power and more speed than any other typeof

:;: +eeat'will'be. forced to terms. .house'on railroad only"few hundred I motor on the market. It will pull stronger on low grade
'} '.._ fall of.-Adrianople: Is merely amattetof'time feet from stopping place. Plenty'ofshade RIVAL PALM ;
,, and small shrubbery. Ten to
:- 'If;the accounts gasoline, than any other type of motor ever built and the
r : ( news .
: ; tree !
twelve bearing orange pears ----.--,,
', J jof editions'in tiatcity ,are in any and other small fruits! Good hunting BARBER SHOP : fuel consumption is less. '
and fishing, and especially suitedto .
; : wise\;accuratej; and whto Adrianople .
.t : Florida for the ; ,
itself those who come to .
., ialls'thepath' 'w t capital winter and like the life with Modern and Complete. .
i' ,.

':{: ... tthat%Turkey.can hope for is .a postI ,Orlando, .Fla. General Delivery., Everything new, individualelectric ;, .. / ,. .
'" ." < ,
c attachments at : '
.; ponement.and'a poss1hle modification WANTED-rTo'rent,a .piano;till first j I chair. No stone has been every left ROADSTERS AND 'TOURING CARS,:$950 TO $1650" F.O.B'ORLANDO .
'it .
'ofthe'defeattha: awaits ,
of April, must be in gooel'workingj
,unturned to make this shop .
; order. Piano care of V,
BOARD .OF TRADE BOOKLET, meet th erequirements of the -0.
' I FOR SALE New room resi I
seven \ most particular. Plenty of
I, ; ". !dence. Bargain if taken before March I attendants.
Courteous !
Th\, Orlando Board 'of Trade' has 1st. .E.II.: Gore, 11 Gore, Ave. -18-6t, room.

':'Just":issued. n' ther''pretty. < 'and cornprehensive WANTED- good. 'I ELIJAH WHITEHEAD, t Cook Automobile Co.
booklet. -devoted largely to Proprietor \
No boozers need
_, :.plun/printed 'description.of the! Minute coffee House apply., .38"'W. Church j I ,Orange Ave,.- vOrlando: Fla. 1 :'( , ,' ,

t business, social i" educational, and'ot1ie ,I St. 2tI ; Orlando, FlorMatttmmmmi y
interests of the city/and answering in| I .
-' OAK HILL is,the beautiful subdivision .-
that '
detail.many of-the questions are
l ..
to the Northeast of the city andI I .. '
'constantly being'asked by people still have some choice lots there. .i
the'North"who are:interested in FlorIda -, Carl Jensen.WANTED I '. ,
?:-' t ,'iir,general..anc :Orlando i in pir cJ}
,uiar.These booklets are the 'same --Man and wife to take ,.,,:.'4 c- ... - ..
charge of place for one year on I TflEOALANDTIE . .
book-j 1s t -
h ?aize the handsome.illustrated, "
; '\ :as shares. ;Good grove and land suitable,
',,; 'Of ,let issued inthe' ;; fall,and will be.fu, to raise crops. ,Write of call in per SIGN PAINTINGJack
'mshed free, of'charge'to, all who.wish 'son.." Mrs: S. M. 'Blanchard,, 'Alta- ;. Preston will paint youraim
: monte.Springs, Fla. ce. Good_ work. GREATEST
: :to'.send them awayvThe CAR 1 on short not ; BARGAIN IN.URlANOO
;" \ postage on- books? ? is only ROUEN DUCK:'EGGS for sale., Apply No., 10 Washington; street i-w . "

Sc and .as the 'new booklet is really ,Box ,705, City. I mTEVtI)1JODYIS"TALKING

x '''complimentary to.the,other;,were is :o ., i S
? WANTEDCIein Cotton Rags the s '. " S t.
; wi better w y.spread' tEe truth .
;abeitOrlando thagbpi'in; ; these Sentinel Office. 8 BEAUTIFUL LOTS ON LAKE .
', OFFOn1
tibookletst f()rtlas_ THE MOST.COMPLETE i
,&= be obtained i gat"tbgofc' _of, the Washable be
may; : made line of Boys '. DRESS .MATHU.IALS EOLA can bought very
...Secretsry.of.eyBeaid L 01\1''raae, C. Suits south',of Jacksonville., Ages 3 ASK FM MMWSTUTWN WAISTS '
E.:Howardid9cto1V''St:Branch: to '10. Newest models and patterns.I .. ;.:LACES; EMBROIDERIBS -, ', reasonable t 'Inquire',at the '
: Dhe'Puity'Committee If not';under New;:York prices'you'llnot NECKWEAR. 'AND. HOS- .
ChEr'manyali: ) "
Let show
be urged to.buy. SEE . S
(ti,, aDd ;C ltis. :i:O'Neal'at.' -, you. J. a\Anno, rte.Boys Clothier, ... .X': .SENTINEL'
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"North : -1 1I
.:. ; ' Miami J Metropolis says: .A good carpenter_ wants work. ., ,_ .i B a, 0 .1 -- '
'\ ).; 'traew'.:aad Wetterners. :bythe train- Screen work 'a specialty. General :MISW'h \ KA1BLTON, ,ft i
.' ' to'.arriveto, 'at* repair work done, with neatness ,and '. .: : :
'j lo 4 'sse bsginuing, teal ,reaches the people;! 1 '{
( >anwai Dade'County Fair,:be- dispatch ;Give 1I1e'a' Leaye.orders known '.wants througl s ,4 : Pi1riStithJ : !
i teed tfce< ,'tt Sentinel ,Make your 'i :1 ': A1J8P11IIPI r "
1, 1 iMW in MlaI this week; A few this column .' :
-'F .,:,: --tn' cailo..of. homeseek- FURNISHED ROOMS to'rent--Apply. 'i'e." ,' ..f; e' .]yte'') \"..' .es.' i -'... s
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} .;\Tbi, j e!BtsfgoTefnmeBt. of the THE MARKET ::, ' <;'. OF QUALITY ,.j
r UM.J1wiro differs from that which
: .t.e"' fr.. _, ii of.'the" :Constitution_) jilanMdj /" >'i'.J. : , '3 ..:. ?

; Rfdafflrslfrom'1' -. r *, the' ,;government' Spring line of Men and ,4 ,
.off 1 Wahyagton, :and even, ?from that : '
, :
' -' " '
"-es.has.. '"r-l.-.c changed. .. :tin acting' as the final, newest shapes. Nice line. of : ,
i of,.theConstitution, the i
; s_ :Court: does what Jefferson' Panamas for $5.. My spring LEND US

$ has said'pbVer it;f could*-that.'not our'J do forefathers, .and: .. Congress"never Trouser.line is now complete yOUkEARi

' ,e st',change''of:all has taken place in.
y.' the'eX uii e' department '

J f: The" 'members.of.the/csonvcntion of1787lwere YOUR, PATRONAGE HAS ENABLED US TO MAKE GREAT 9.
j inuch'afraidof, aggression STRIDES IN ESTABLISHING IN ORLANDO ;
L :on:the i ;part.of.-the"legislative branch Clark bertson 'I .. I
} than-they:were of aggression on'the
part of the President Indeed, the
President ..that'they:Created was no; a THE PERFECT MARKET F
Jerome Palmer & Co.
powerful l.magistrate As time passed Successor to .

however. ,the executive,in, both nation- !;J:
11and state governments, because the *
,coB r 1liDg" 'rfo*. The. appointingpower ..;. : ; ,VISIT. ,US AND NOTE THE ABSOLUTELY SANITARY' 4
/the;right.to veto bills, and the liiiiMiiiiMiiijiiiiiiiiimiiimiiiMiiiiiimrLET METHODS WHICH GOVERN OUR HAUDLING OFt I

' privilege of:bringing-matters, to the 4
'attention of legislature_ have given "JIM" DO IT I IIf i ,j
the President,and the:governors. suchpredominance !
Best Meats and Game
that each is i nut only Poultry 1
virtually a third branch of the legislative -
department, but, is .n.c re' important you, have property to sell ,

'and:more powerful than either Let Jim do it. : Satisfactory Accurate ServiceOUR .
1 of:the:other
The executive's act in proposing a 1
I If
want to buy S
:measure nearly equivalent to introducing you -
(in,the Senate or. House; his Let Jim do it. DELIVERY-PROMPT AND RAPID-MEANS YOUR )
indicating'the form ',in' which he will PURCHASES DELIVERED WHEN YOU WANT THEM .1

.approve; it is analogous, to the consideration -; City and Country Properties, Farm
'of amendments by the leg-

is1&t11reitSeur: and 'his' ;:approving ,or' Lands, Groves and Tracts Look Over this List of Specialties 1

yetoipg,i it:corresponds; : to the vote of LOOK AT THESE BARGAINS
the ;two houses, on passing the bills.
Twenty acres, 10 acres of which is in bearing orange
The-process,by "which the power of grove, and balance of 10 acres in timber land, five-room PERFECTION ALL-PORK SAUSAGE CHOICE GRAIN FED POULTRY
the.President.has increased began asearly I cottage, located three miles from city, price $3,000.00. ALL 'VARIETIES OF CHOICE MEATS CHOICE DUCKS AND GOSLINGS i
the' Presidency: of Jackson: ; : Twenty-five acres, 10 acres of bearing grove, 600 SELECT OYSTERS FRESH FISH'Parlor
:since:then it has been.very gradual; : tree,, five-room house and barn, located on lake front,
students of political history have I fpur-mfles from city, price $4,000.00.
hardly noticed ,it; and. the people have in 1000 trees 15
: 'Thirty acres, 15 acres grove, acres
acepted the' change without any ob : of fine farm and vegetable land located on lake front, '
jection. It is conceivable:that.by try. I four and half miles from city/price $5,000.00. Market i

ini'g. O,impose his! :.will,upon a legiskr. : Forty acres of virgin pine timber: land of fine fruit and
ture:.:in' executive might carry hispower'so :: vegetable land fronting on Lake Conway, four miles from

.far as..to'.become': menace : city, price.$2,000.00.Twenty .
,I ,to: popular liberty. Such 'an' attempt, I, acres,of lake front land near city suitable for
,owtVtr.would"probably; be 'resisted : sub-division. Price $3,800.00.Fortyfive -
'. tnore energetically and more successfully :: acres, five acres in bearing orange grove, H. M. SELF & CO.
}than' were the usurpations that : small house and barn, located at Conway, five miles from I "

overthrew; ,the, Roman. republic, and .:; city, price $1,500.00. No. 18 20 East Pine Street. PHONE NO.. 80
t that.twiee. ;.oveftiu.eFrench. .republic. '1
: Five acres with cottage near city,.price $1,500.00
:.% |i Three'''and one-half acres with twelve-room house lo-

..SM-_.'" > '; l sated near city, price.$1,500.00. t
CONDITIONS. IN.THE.U. S.. .f Twenty acres with bearing grove of 300 trees, small
t L < ( _. . .. .. .
'\ ',, house. and' barn price:$2,800.00JP t- '- '
There seems to be, a'general! unrest fDllirVADfl OFFICE OVER BLUET'DRUG 'II"I' "I"lllllllllt lltlllllll'I"'IIII II"1111111111111111111111111141
: and feeling: of discontent among the tKAIIruKll.. STORE, 'ORANGEAVENUEMIHttlHIimiMHIIIMMtlMMiMMIililllM
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., laborinEe1aises: : of this..country and t
,{' :'conditions.'.are becoming indeed seri
ous., Not only ,the property of the I

: '.parties .directly Interested. and the ,
l' _lives:,and(,homes,'of the participants 1oii11k() D &TRUST COMPANflCapital
I. are tazarded by-st"rikeS"and lockouts, EENE' CASH

:) but','the,."entire, <&o.i 1"fabric of the STORE

country. : is .threatened. and the home, r
:and.'property.- endangered by these. art Surplus and Ui4iv14ed, Profits! $i20f
'And;the e strilceer are by no means
,one:aided propositions. Two' parties: Cor. South and Hughey Sts. Total Resources over Three-quarters of a Million.

are-'the roof the, evil and to get
WE BUY FOR CASH AND SELL FOR' CASH. WE Report of the Condition of Orlando
,at there: cause, congress at'its last ,
session' authorized the ,President to KEEP OUR EXPENSES DOWN AND CONSEQUENTLY Bank and Trust Co, Condensed
appoint a :commission, to ;investigate CAN KEEP OUR PRICES DOWN c : ': :' From Report to Comptroller

conditi "na', and if,,possible fix condi ,, .w ;- .' Feb. <4,1913RESOURCES<
tions.uThePresident.'. Our Prone No. is
r !*; _
appointed as representing -
the iaterestsof; ,the people, Mr And an Order will Have Prompt Attention, and will be 'Loans and Discounts ....,$393,161.05
George.,Sutherland,. of.Utah. Mr Delivered to Any Part of the City.D. .- rft -p, Oyerdarfts .............. 193.53
: Stocks ....... 26018.33Real
f George; \ B., Chandler, of. Connecticut, ; and Bonds ; ;
.,and Charles .S. Barrett of Georgia: B. RAYBON, Proprietor ORLANDO, FLA. Estate,"Furniture and
As ; of he l I Fixtures ..? .......... 25,853.44I
representatives. : capital appointed ] 4r
Delano J : Cash on hand and in Banks 215,084.83
Frederic A.. of Chicago : ;

'' ; ,Adolph Lewisohn, of New, York; .[1 ; ....... L"J
and'F.: C.;, Schwedtman of Missoun $660,311.18LIABILITIES .

As representing labor: he appointee,
Austin B.Garriston, of the order of InsuranceBest Capital Stock ...........$100,000.00
railway conductors;'John B. Lennon ... a Surplus and Undivided
,and James 0, o'Co, en-of the American Profits ... ........... 22832.33
,Federation of Labor. { Deposits .'.. .....f...... 537,418.85 f
'This commission is directed to make Companies ;: ..

:;a,:comprehensive investigation and $660,311.18
'report: by:Aug 5, 1915.1, .'f ti' Lowest Rates "*) We invite the attention of our ens.: 3
'It\could not seem to the average
tomers and friends to our statement
mind, necessary for this committee to Honest Losses Promptly above and wish to assure them thatwe
.take :two in taking excursions
years '
appreciate their patronage and
around dyer: the country.at public ex. Adjusted ask for a continuance of same.

pense;to find.out what, can be known a f Don't forget that our deposits are
.in six months very readily. insured.

*: .. a Y. I A cordial invitation is extended to I
NEWS;' FROM' .ALL. 'PARTS* ,OF Way ... < i visitors in our city to ca1l.and. open ,
'i. FLORIDAChipleywl1'probably 'Mid Stales CwnacH Suit tad Coaly''''''. an account with a1.bcHnd .

r t J. ,...'11' ,,, J
have electric Phone. 172. 23. South Orange Ave. '" 0',0 i

lights by-'f, July' ,1st, at the latest .1 ... :.; _"j A, -
The'Clyde,Line'steamship'"Chippe- MlflfiMfiMIH. III
wa1 'is; /at''':the ,Merrill-Stevens ,Com I : ; : : ', J i a MCKAY, '
pany's ,rft ting-doCk in 'Jacksonville UNDERTAKER ARMSTRONG [ J :/:ITS ANYTHING IN CONTRACTOR AND

i having':her' hull. cleaned and painted. ; DRUGS PHONEDeLANEY BUILDER.
The\ARTISTICPICTURE; .FRAMER.of.Oro / : : Superintend All Work.
-- '
*. John D. Roclkfeller, :who is a guestof 10' ii, .&::8Vn-, Prices That Are an
the Hotel Clarendon, Seabreeze, attended ':INe.: -,...., .$S REeTJ- :.., . ... ,tr. :, ,. .it J> ,, j DRUG Inducement' '
services at ,the First:Baptist .. _,M. .&.1'Head :
<< AH Work, Guaranteed.When .<
, : (, \, COWANY
church in last Sunday ;) \ "
morning. .
11111 I'sti.iuvi.ftiijiSEE ___ f-4.!.. .7._ t :JiJLL .;LINE'!- OF :COM :
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t I SLAUTER'S, >.. ; ;' tl":I4 B FURt I _
The second soPjd;refrigerator; car of '; t 1' R AN X *Y a I S f, t ':t ". Jllwtl .'f ;*, :QUIcK'DEIJVERY.- -r I 'you,get' through reading the
BAN1TARY'v ': 1jL 51.QJ.D .. ;;...,.\ Building. : Sentinel,' mail it:to Some friend'or' ,
wl rriei left kiB Butler last Sztntrlcght'for' (. : Watkins
.SOIL, PIPE CONS iSll .Y: -- : acquaintance at:a distance. Very. often -
Toe .
dew York thin w.yrtZ '
' r/wiUvbe' wa4y or 'shipment io- -- , J" : f. t '. '. *', :/ i- .; f* Phone 678.. : thisbringsa,:new. settler..

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t' general secretary of the;W orld'i.Suh- -
""'.. :.;. ; p. i.Jf : 1:'"" : ': '
.-.1.. ....,.. }. J "'''. > ',School Association < : '
: -l., ] day is in Great .
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.'11 11 ,, i.)", 6ili'l iselle M ..;;.''; .r....:'e4. ..J.. .'. "..:.4' 'ein'r Nailer. Ntalifr to be held in.Z. rieh, Switzerland,
't'feJ" 5'
1" :: -- July' 8 to 15. This 4
is I'
expected -
... No 1 r-tkId tiS'ovi l and"Wpmiui i Deprtmeat Cu 1. V
. I Ir' r, <...-.w.c'; ):... "of&4 1.lo eteiiileae wowsllsi to be the largest and best in \
.; .. .sitleel,w" 8idetJ Btor,'.fltte-SwttU'3 otica" of social function.: the history ;of the modern Sunday
ate a d' ;-i" 'whir."4 th.t4s. . read'Mber;uof. saW burnt' 'should'btM school movement The attendance will .
Y : 1'11't'elaniteetiff .. ''', **'<..:.th r:-occur:In'.order that their MWSGEISEL'S world-wide -
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: '" 't ...... f 4'a ; of the Christain hurch. F . .
;,r., ) 1 f tst. ;L: ,::4.' :to :l: :'
r Already than 'PANAMA CANAL
more 700 in ,
.h... .'.. .,-- .. >- ,. delegates -',: .
:'i' :i -.. :. ..' :'. the United States .and Canada have f..' .. .: ,.

.';>, f-..1f. DL4-,:CABOLYN.,. .>. . LECTURE ' ORLANDO-OR- 'ORLANDER. signified their intention to make the :.tti ti '
r.'t j' I 4!. . .. ;:\. '- trip to Zurich and accommodationshave : ( .. EXPOSITIONPOSTAGE .X':

".'N"r., tFr :--- ,WI y1i iould.. a word that' ends; in 0 been secured properly to care ".;; ., .
j. '
: : Be worked to rhyme with ,gander? for, them, Mr. .Lawrence, who has :'
..f' .t.2Ite.Jadi of the Civic League did ; ; ;
; .Wtfyshould.it) not be. Orlando been heard in Utica on two three ; : ,
"r. : :great,. service in bringing. : Dr. Geid i : STAMPS :;
.::1 : :to Orlando.Tfcii ., ;r Instead,of at Orlander? occasions, will, confer with the Brit- ,

'; :, 'r:. . her lecture,was timely, logical Yet_ "ever'thus man will raise ned ish section, the committee and complete ,, , '"?. '.
' ;. arrangements for what will be .',, t ,',.' :5
. ",..,.t\}."k,**! forCeful &Bwill:.- admit,. ,That whit With the fairest terms. you make j "
,5.' r't, \:the. advocttes., and what',ttie'Udies.. .of him, one of the greatest religeous.conven- : -,'. .- ' : '" i
t> tions of the world.It .
; : .:Civic.Leagoe are working for will:For get rid, he will say "get red," : : can be ,secured later on ;

'' to'the, best* interests- *t of every,:man f And git so, if you rake him? o : ' .'_' at the Post' Office but'at ,.r' \ '
"-c%: i i I almost ; ;
'; ".," 'and,ckSdf. .iacorporated. into seems past belief that .present they can only be ;' : .1. '
'I : !And 'so''we'halt, lest. saying more Wilkes-Barre, Pa., a city which hada {. : : "j <

..;; .!"I:1riJlde: .)ay..,saiutary4operations aw no one : Will elevate the dander population of over 67,000 in 1910, \. -.. ...... .:: --', .t.F'.. secured at"the ; ,' ".:' ,

" :';"J. Of thatplace called in local lore, has been without a board of healthall ,.:
_ Indies the
of Civic
. j'he" Leaguedoing .
., t.. ...: Orlando or, Orlander. A. P. R. these years. That defect has been
><("It : ;
.',. ;l' efforts :are relieving the Altamonte'Sprigs, Fla. remedied by the passing of an ordi.

j{ I: .te :men; ;of the city: of.a. .burden- nance creating such a board, which .
, ,' i. , ) :, > PICTURE OF WASHINGTON was signed by Mayor Kosek this week I[ PEOPLES[ NATIONAL l. BANK
. a 4ti., "-tome. .'. dety., .JI.'To'aooomplisb, the work I ,
"'.',. ;_; Mar."E,mapped 4 out 'will "require .. FOUND.. *v > and is now a law. If the right men t

, ,:t !t ..of; the.men of ..Orlando.Mco I -' "- are selected for the new board of
: Painting of Him As a Boy Shown for health Wilkes-Barre's -
A '4 'r Let' -opertfe (wiith them in 'nolringortstuigy'spirit Condition De U-Ie-ItIe-lillle Bank"where ,
; First will be greatly improved. The
; ; The hap- .
Philadelphia, Feb. 26.A. portrait heatth of the
J'i..t:pinese'ni'c+ :fort of ourhomesthe people' any city is of : :
of Washington as ,a boy which has the
greatest importance and a good
,.1' J': and of our bUS
: #,, .. advancement. !-
''<' ; : inJcity' possession for 100 board of health
"t. : can accomplish muchto
are eMured to "aJarge'extent it Is I re.Ire.fll
,:':It 1t1ie.obeervan a pleasure serve your every
,years and never 'p blicly shown, is make the death rate low. ,
of the .
. rt. j.i' a ""J kings Dr. '
ion relics and of the first
'' of portraits o
'Gieeel. aid Anight
.,\'t' P' t., :t .. ; t being exhibited with a large collect- The people of Syracuse are expect : : 1& A

) ", b" ''''''''' CHOSEN BY THE.. supreme: court room in Independence: ing to hear'startling revelations next

'; ,:t president The exhibit is in the old week when the condi-
report on
"'f.,. ) .. ', STATE ,D. x R.; : '{ : "_ -
i-\,r"I)' /1:''"''! 4't .hall and attracting thousands. tions is to be issued by the committeeof '-' ': \ '"
'" >t." ; The ,portrait of Washington as a 75 repsentatives who have been ,
.. .After an excellent conference here .
: .''r :listing, throughout two' days the boy is a group painting showing him i l conducting a secret investigation for ;
standing in front of a delling f j nearly a year. Nothing can be learned -
.' / Daughters of the .American- Revolu- supposed j: '. .
'' : ftipn i woahd up; their business'session to be his boyhood home. can- at present, for the committee is .' . 7

''t 4'yesterday morning in]the music room vas is 20 by24 inches. Other figures sworn to secrecy, but there Is,much ..
show his parents. The painting is of speculation about the report, which
;; of the .Tamp*;Bay Hotel,by the. election
f 1 of:o&eri:and: the selection of 'great antiquity and why it has been has been prepared with great care.
'kept hidden by the city for a centuryis Members of the committee the
the say
J Orlando ,
:_ .'jt \. : :as place .for holding the '
.< convention ,of 1914.: The officers a 'mystery. disclosures will be sensational and ...

: { Detected .to serve for the ensuing year: for that reason Syracusans are wond-
. HUGE SKELETON ering what is coming and are getting. .
Jawas; .follows:' ,State regent,, G.
<."i' ; ready for a great shock. .
,C."Frisell, ,Miami; vice-regent, Mrs.Carrath .
R> Jensen, Utah, Feb. 27.-The fifth '}
: !, Tampa;'secretary and
box car loaded with a portion of the POINTED PARAGRAPHS.
,t tret wrer,Mrs.. Carrie Van; Kuren, St.
= skeleton of a Utah lizard started today More peoplt die from overrest than
"V Augustine historian, Miss Locke,
: ; : for the Carnegie museum in Pitts- form overwork. f
,Jacksonville.Tampa Tribune.
"_ 1; : It'is estimated that ten CBOflScRoIs
-' i. r. burg. more .We respect gray hairs, but general-
carloads will be necessary before all No woman is as truthful as her mir-

.'j,,1 JUDGE CARTER_ DIES I the bones of the giant dinosaue whichis ly feel that a bald head is another

being excavated on the banks of the category.
;;': 'Gainesville, Feb..:27.- Hundreds of Green river are assembled in Pitts- Wedding invitations come under the
')aorrowingfriends: paid their last respect -
i burg. head of "present" difficulties.
to 'the' late Judge Sidney L ),
{ It is not so much the size of the Some husbands are so well trained
,Carter at the f funeral held from his
r reptile that it requiring a train of that they don't know that they are
: :late}:reeidence rl ,yesterday- afternoon. cars to transport it, as it is that the henpecked.
The Rev J..,X Cloar of .
the First
: blocks of Are and
; bones are quarried in out jamming packing our
,Baptist..Church, conducted. the house cased
solid rock and the blocks for OAKLAND.,
ervwee, :while the members of the '

.r 'Gtiaeavl le,Lodge;No. 41, R..& A.-M. ,shipmentThe skeleton measures 84 feet inJensth heavy Oakland rains, Fla.have, Feb.caused 27.-considerable The recent store, now taking advantage of the

ohare'of V the services the
: at
; t ,.... .. damage to of the low lands
.. : I '..rl1\. -. some
-p-' ..I .' -.... :where cukes and lettuce is growing. great Shoe Sacrifice as shown byf rf

f' : Judgs Gaffer passed away At his :Mrs. M. E.. McBride, of Chicago, Miss M. E. Ewing, who has been

,.tae 1 eSdaynight'at"9:40'o'clockj< i representing the well-known firm of visiting Mrs. Grace Smith for some

<. by his .devotedwife I' Hirsch-Strauss &; Company i manufacturers weeks, has gone'to St Petersburg.Mrs .

relative* and:friends. of ladies shirt waist*, is in Or- Cary G. Willis, of Jackson

L 'f lando a guest of the San Juan Hotel. ville, is visiting her mother, Mrs. The Red Ta PricesOur

BASKET''BAU,.,TONIGHT., Mrs. McBride has been coming to Or- Katie Wise, for a few days.

lando for nine years and says .she Fishing is the best it has-ever been

::The...young: ladies" of, the Orlando considers it the best inland town in in Apopka Lake. Some of the fishermen

High Schoolwf; play basket,ball,.tonight the State, both socially and from abusiness' caught as much as two hundred ,

{in 'the .Armory.
our home"teem and. that of last week.

.. the.TampaHigh' ; 'School. ,The game Buffalo is making preparations to The Oakland hotel guests 'are hav- entire Stock of Shoes marked

: will be;called: .promptly at a quarter: entertain the fourth International ing fine luck fishing and some. large ,
*" "
"past eight. Congress .of School Hygeine which is bass are brought in daily.

c BEADED to be held in that city next AugustTo Mr. A. B. Brock .left Saturday for down to the Limit of Reduction .'
VOGUE FOR BAGS. convention Morristown Tenn. where he will be
;have such a big ,considerable s
Beaded, bags'are enjoying a,,*most : 'sum of money is needed married'to Miss Fanny DeBusk today.

proodAgue principally;: in and the councilmen have approved a Mr. B. R. Briley accompanied Mr.

high grade '.goods,:say thVDry "'GoodsAEcoaoaiist bill to authorize the city to borrow Brock and will be the best man at the QUICK STOCK REDUCTION ,

Better'' class departmentatone : by:the, sale of bonds, a sum not to exceed marriage.Miss 4 s

H '. are devoting considerable space $30,000 to meet the expenses of Bertha Malcom and Mr. V.

*.*,**. >' pace,to 'featuring,these'bags,"and are the.ca giess.. It would.seem that the Tippens were married in Orlando last The stock must be. reduced $10-
; them,in allVsizes.and'
showing styles.
citizens of Buffalo could raise enough Wednesday and gave their friends a
..Exquisite;'designs are carriedDut in ,' 'for the holding- this important surprise.Mr. '
:,' lieFae.-oi'the ;tmofe expensive.models, ,gathering, but .evidently ,they and Mrs. Yost, Roanoke, Va., 000.00 in two weeks. Our BED TAG.

flemV:.embodying. the. rich. ""B" ga ian have refused.to.contribute.. All-,mat.. are visiting J. C. .Michell for a few )
i+ wrought colorings;,in,while. the. more others, delicate are cleverly-pwtel ten'of' public health will come up'at weeks. SALE PRICES will meet, that end..

the ,August and delegates .
:shades Nearly all are mounte i!, on'brass front Townsend arrived in ,Orlando , ,
a : aU.over the world will be present, Mr. J. F. ,. :
'frames have brass chain
;, at the meetings. last night from Philadelphiaand
:'handles. Vanity cases are also being Ii -o 'will spend several days in. this '
ahawn'in solid beaded effects,"mounted , Patronize .Sentinel advertizers. 'section.,. Dont miss this opportunity. Nothing reserved.
with brass frames and. .having }

brass, chain handles; Shoes for everybody. Join the crowd to-day. for your '

: MISS. CLARK;AFTERNOON.JIT HOME SATURDAYS OurPric s talk- share, of the big Shoe values ,at ,

t Kill Romaine'G1aiklwill: : .receive her .

:.f frieads)informally next: Saturday 'afternoon

from:tarn"to five' o'clock in E. "DU6KWORTn'S.; 1

r 'the j parlors of the].San Juan HoteL Nobody likes the ;man, who talks too 'much. .

Maj.. ,J.: ,H.. Smith and wife of Part of .our service is to sell goods that speak '

,.Me pjtt9; Tenn.,. ,are visiting the for' ,themselves., 'VALUE--=That's our cardinal < .Shoo'Store

.former's sister, Mrs; Kate Wright,'on
t ::Lake, Cherokee._ principle ; value to you :in every item, in every '. ; i. j.

-. business' day to. see that for your. money' e .. { i
ri :1driTeHerdwho:, : hu been.the at- .. .:. .r ... < .........-.4!!o :.f... -. -.. . n .. ... -- ..,. ...,', . -
.trMth. .a i("of.hr'sister, Mrs., W. give 'value-better. value,. if possible, than anyWhere ,.. _' _"_-_ __ .' . ..,_ _ _.__ __ .- .. J.

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