The daily sentinel

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The daily sentinel
Uniform Title:
Daily sentinel (Orlando, Fla.)
Alternate Title:
Daily South Florida sentinel
Place of Publication:
Orlando Fla
Josiah Ferris
Creation Date:
March 1, 1913
Daily (except Monday)
normalized irregular
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Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
newspaper ( marcgt )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
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United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando
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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*, AND MRS MARSHALL Special to The SentinelWashington .,. .. 'Wll\
dent Taft put in one of the hardestday's BASKET BALL GAME. THIS WEEK I'
r; Special to The SentinelSpfial Special to The Sentinel.Washington Special to The Sen ineLWishington . .
'-, to ,The Sentinel work in his career today, spend' The Orlando High School girls The golf
Feb. 28.-The declina- D. C., Feb. 28.-Car1rying tournament} has been a ,
Washington, Feb. 28.-With the arrival tion of President-elect Wilson to 'accept ing some ten hours in signing corre-,' earned another chance to grab the great success, 'and the interest in goJC
a recommendation that
of,Vice:President-elect"Marshall sondence, bidding visitors inquiry ,. girls' basketball
good-bye, championship of the has been greatly
deepened the
honorary membership in the be continued at 'the'next session of play
:today; the inauguration festivities conferring with the cabinet for the state when they defeated the
crack in Orlando.
Chase club has ,Many'of
Chevy caused a change congress, the final of the out peopje] 41 '_
\ have began. .A committee of members of plans on the part of .numerous last regular session, and otherwise money trust report committeewas Pujo Hillsborough girls' six here last night. not know what golf mearft/tQ 'a tqnm
,of: and officials of cleaning much official The visitors had '
{ congress the up business previously taken one until this okanfzatiotoo
other social and semi-social organizations Contest They
: made to the hoase The .
4 :i inauguration .committee met him and which remains to be today. ,, and the last tE
',. f" . in the capital disposed of before repoi, is game game night leaves of a State Golf Association,meajs ,
4 ", &MB; Marshall at the union station The March 4th.Tomorrow signed by seven democratic the series a tie and the rubber game much to, Orlando'Thiiforj .
; '
Washington Riding and Hunt members nizausp
-* r'and .escorted. them to their hotel., club was prepared to extend him an the president will Holda ment presenting of the committee.the A state- ', will be played off on neutral .grounds is going to put 'Florida inl lpt 'l. "v* :'
minority r
Local, business men ,announced to hearing on the questions of customs mem- at some future date. 'other ,.
invitation to Southern states wHl]) Vesuk
membership, but the berst views was also filed. and >* > {:
.%day that. contributions to .the formal president-elect's decision led it to reorganization in the morning. In Rigid control and i I I The game was one of the hardest in the bringing of 'some,'of) the'tig- -t,'

;, r message. ';of'welcome' to be presented the afternoon he will present Captain regulation of fought ever the events of the *
withhold such invitation until he actu- clearmg house associations seen on Armory floor, ,country oGta1.. Thai, 3,
K ,.;. : tb:.Prea&at-elect Wilson on his ar- ally' takes up his official residence Rostron, of the Carpathia, with the sharp prohibition of of, their and at no time during the game could is the place that people"ov! "t ..come Jo" ,',
,, -'riftlih; *d' been closed. The address Titanic' medal and attend several re- many either team rest The to in the the' .:
... here. The Metropolitan club, although present practices is recommended. an instant. winter and ,middle! 1 *.
a : .1.t.e'silk and'. ,will automatically has included ceptions, winding up at the Universityclub Drastic for game was frequently broken by the tion of the"state is going' (tomb tit
be printed regulations the New York
cit- where he delivers his last official i numerous fouls of which the front both
presidents of the, United States in its Stock:. many were over the East attd.WeskCoasts.
\' ',convey the congratulationsizens 0 address here.Omaha Exchange, and twenty-two separate :
ono- entirely unnecessary, as it tended to ., We wish'well all FJ9rlda.
" : ', of the capital on his having at- +try members, also will rules aimed to prevent concen- for
"f ro Ts T.iversity tration slow up what would have otherwise but we have felt, 'for a" long: tiny
; the office in the gift and control of *
'tained highest and
( money
await his ,comml. BIG FIRE N
,I been the best game of the season. that other sectIons'' of the state wets '
of the American people. The A'are three distinct recommendations *v .
presentation 'club and other leading; clubs of the cre (
i The work of Misses R. Altman and I II a little afraid of us. Nehope''this i
will be made, shortly' after theY national capital will adopt the same 'I features of the report. The 1.f.
Neb., Feb. 28.-Loss of life ; Nix, at forward for the visitors golf tournament has. coiihiliced'tcomers ;
: '.f '.j president-elect arrives on March 3. course. New YorV Stock Exchange is savagely was I : (jJ.
1 estimated all,the from to good, though the of the among us that we are1feadp t *
,, ,Everything is in readiness for the way twenty condemn !as a huge gambling in- ; superiority, *

'i inauguration, and Chairman Eustis, of: DENIES THAT HE INVITED seventy-five resulted from a fire which stitution. X. !I locals at the other end of the floor 1 I say any good word for the Jlast aai

e the' inauguration committee, will calltogether'all destroyed the Dewey hotel, occupyinga Two bills, one pUP viding numerous left little for the visiting forwards WesfCoasts"' ,but that when. it.coraes

.committees and a full re-' CASTRO three-story building at Thirteenthand amendments to the ajtional bankingact to do. Miss Mosely played a most excellent 'I to knowing Florida, no .man has .sees

Farnum streets, today. Three game at guard, and Miss Cum- the state who has not been in Orangs' -
: ., port will be made .on the completed I and the other denyingVse of the ,
Special to The Sentinel. hours after the fire was discovered it; ,;bee showed to a good county. '
up advantage at
t; plans. :The illumination i arrangements in
New York, Feb. 28.-President-elect mails; telephones and telegraphs I I
and probably J. was pronounced under control. It was : running center. Miss E. Altman The championship cup was won yesterday .
been completed
,have in this today furtherance of fraudulent and armful 0
Wilson arriving city
k tested tomoriowr upon confined, to the building where it I played the floor well but allowed Miss I I by Mr. James Clark. Me
denial to the transactions on the stock *$*-
fA. 4 gave prompt story started. j Smith to out jump her most of theme Clark never hadbut'nne, fight, on, that, i
that he had invited Cipriano Castro, change, accompany the report. OtheiV I
.:h Miss Eckland guarded well, but was with Dr. John Stagg, in the
,OTTOMAN GOVERNMENT SIGNIFIES of the Venezue- bills to out other recommendations I
Jthe deposed president carry i
'*' NEGRO KILLS TWO WHITE I w lacking in ability to pass. The I first contest. The wind was,:blowing
-f A WILLINGNESS TO lan'Republic, tobepresent'at the inauguration are to be prepared, but the report I hard J
WOMEN; REFUSED MOVE'CLUBS \ visit ors showed an utter lack of teamwork I both players had a: harttime
y. TREAT WITH BULGARIA.. exercises in Washington, states that the committee did not.}
THEM TO DEATH. except at rare intervals. Their but both Dr, ,Stagg and'Me,
: According to the have time to prepare them so they
Tuesday. report re- I Clark understood that .
erratic and slow, often they were \ip
*: Special'to the SenttneU ceived in Washington, Castro announced could Se printed with the report. inter
Sofia, Bulgaria- Feb. 28.Turkey Special to the Sentinel. being ted by the local girls. against golf playing In ninetee -
in Havana he had received Versailles, Ky., Feb. 28.-A 'The main part of the report was de-
It negro holes Mr. Clark ,
.* ,ha3atltsigflified. her readiness 'to On the other\ha* the _local girls defeated Dr. Sta"lJp.A4..k"
such invitation. "The is absolutely after fatal to voted to proving there definite com- I
report boy, inflicting injuries .
f. negotiate for'peace with ,Bulgaria on put up the best game which they JKr "* '".. .Dr.. Stagg said:, "Mr,
and unqualifiedly false, said two white women and setting fire to bination having for its 'purpose con-' "
Clark 1 gta
the basis of the:cession of ,Adriano- ever done, and that was but little too <:t-A Hio knows .we :Jl&f
Wilson. i f homes will trol of and credits. I I .
Mr. their undoubtedly be money golf in Florida. Mr. "".-hc1c
f ,, Die., j I much for the visitors. They. out- rephei:
:f 4 J'\The Turkish government has solic- 1 1I I Il lynched tonight if he is captured by I passed the Hillsborough girls and "Parson, if you will pardon p e,, ,
: 'AN EVENING WITH THE MOOSE1Thursday an angry mob of citizens who are PRESIDENT TAFT VETOES WEBB I would like to imitate .
sited the good offices of Russia. The after the first few minutes in which your negro pe-v,
.t searching for him. The injured wom'are..i LIQUOR BILL, BUT, SENATE REP and sho "
Russian government today transmit- Miss Altman handed the visitors a I pie say,"'they' do.! ; ,
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l i* ted to ,the :Bulgarian1 'goveroment::-a r. night, every'Moose and', en :",Lee Moffett,' wife of, a &ES' I'r- OVEBTTHE" HIEF 1 large lead by 'her "accurate Throwingof : 'TOrrtfDick; won\the ranLerups. -

i \message: received from Constantino- his lriend'was at their club rooms,:!1 well known farmer near here, and her EXECUTIVE.Special fouls, they began to outplay the I i with considerable ease over Mr. For 4

; :i *pe,'containing'the. Turkish proposals corner Pine and Court streets, making, aunt, Mrs. Robert Black, 70 years old. visitors in floor work. But seldom did I ter, by a score of 6 up and 5 to;pfay.
had been with the Moffitt
i Williams
: r for fresh'.,negotiations. . a scene of much gayety. The occasion -| to the SentinelWashington the Red and Black forwards, get aI I The consolation prize was wbpllf

,The Bulgarian council met today to for the "smoker" was t't family several years, working as a D. C., Feb. .The chance at the cage, but when they did Mr. Clarence Comp, of OtaJafct&i,( s
farm hand and today when sent to of the senate to the
answer veto by president of the State Golf Associ
it went in-that is if three *.
'discuss the:subject. ing of District Deputy Poeth, who is I, generally ,
the house on an errand demanded that the president today of the Webb bill tion, a mighty big ,
i spending several weeks with the local times out of about five tries can be physicafl/

Russia.Will Not ,Support ,Bulgaria.' order
St. Petersburg, Feb. 28.-Dispatches and his work has been most pleas-1. When she refused the negro clubbed into "dry" states, came within half an her more feared teammate, Miss R.I mighty glad'to see him win. ,
her the head with stick of tour after the had been read
over a message The result .
of worth
most frgm'thisr
: here today confirm the report ing, since something like a score of Altman, in field goals by just one #, '
wood. Her ,aunt ran out to aid her to that body. Practically without division .
that the:Turkish government has good, citizens of the city made application i goal, and that goal was a corker tournamen is the forming. sof> tlai i
niece, when the negro attacked her. the senate put the measure on State Golf Association. *' *$ ''
v ,expressed a willingness ,to surrender for membership that evening.He Most of the scoring was on foul *

f' :,the fortress of Adrianople. I has opened the charter, making it Both women are in such condition its passage over the veto and re- goals, and between the work of Miss t ...
they cannot be moved to the. local passed the bill, 63 to 21, more than
: t
& ,.* ;Russia will not support Bulgaria's possible to join as a charter member the constitutional twothirds.If I Altman and Miss Quiggs, there remains JACKSONVILLE CHURCH BUILD'IN
i demand for a war indemnity from with the initiation fee at only $5.00. o but little to choose on lastnight's TWENTY-FOUR 'HOURS..
I Neighbors hearing of the crime as- the house takes a similar action I
if Turkey Fully seventy-five 'were in attendanceand performance. Miss Altman Jacksonville, Fla., Feb. 28.--At
sembled themselves and took the the bill becomes law notwithstanding
':$ much enthusiasm was shown for up started off with a rush 'and in the sunrise this morning memebrs of tl<

t t DISTINGUISHED VISITORS FROM the Loyal Order of Moose. J chase. Bloodhounds have been se- the veto. The action of the president first half threw six out of eight. But Fisher's Corner Presbyterian organization 4'
cured to follow the Officers was based chiefly on constitu-
) ,TAMPA The general exclamation among negro. after that she seemed to lose her eye in the? uburbs of Jacksonville '
left in the chase tional He declared the bill
i here tonight to help grounds.
strangers was, "How beautiful, and I for the cage and Miss Quiggs beganto started to work to build and finish
and try to prevent lynching. It is be- in his judgment, was in violation of i I
Mr.. Willis B. Powell, the live wire such nicely appointed rooms improve wonderfully. a church before sundown. The .foundation ..
; lieved the far from the the interstate clause of the
.( oj.t Board of Trade Secretary of Tampa have." One visiting brother said that t negro got commerce The game started off with a vigor had been laid by 7 o'elo&Jy)
. '- scene of his crime into Woodford constitution. It was he argued, the
; and; F.: 0., Miller, president of the they were superior to either Jackson-j that gave promise of a hot time for 9 o'clock the superstructure was"up

r- State Good Roads ,organization of ville or Tampa. All Moose are put county. delegation to the states of the powers the players. It was soon evident that and the work of weatherboarding

Florida .were:callers, at the Sentinel ting their shoulders to the wheel now vested solely in congress to regulate the scoring from field goals would be lathing and shingling was being t sb- ,.,. } red

,,;t3'office- yesterday They were on then and will not cease until this local GOOD CITIZENS RETURN TO OR- interstate commerce in liquors. Mr. light, and as fouls began to be called The doors and windows*w,htia; '

>!*Jiomeward. trip from the good roads numbers several hundred in membership LANDOMr. Taft, in his message, plainly,told con- with a disgusting frequency, it was place by 9 o'clock. \ i
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Jt: -convention held at ,Eustis, and report gress that the practice,of shifting on seen that the team getting in the most The gas and electric lighting',coo-J' '

\: { 'tan enthusiastic meeting. Mr. Poeth, in a clever talk relativeto Hugh S. Miller and family, the court the ultimate responsibilityas points there would be the winner. nections were run early in the* orD--: : ; .

'J,; J Mr., ,Powell ,and the, editor of this the Moose, stated that the sick t rolled into town yesterday with the to the constituionality of laws was Miss Altman, for the visitors, shot ing, after which the flooring' was 'be- J w + .

tS J paper used to court the girls! togetherJbAek benefits would be fifed at $7.00 per! same old words on their lips, "gladto an abuse and had done' much to make four in quick succession before she gun. It is expected 'that the interiar *

;". \ in old "Injiany" ,and it was a week and that $100 should be the sett' get back." i the courts unpopular. missed one or an Orlando girl could finish, the pews, the, pulpit and "the W

'1\ gezin&\ pleasure to clasp his*handgain'and price for funeral expenses. The dues Mr. and Mrs. Miller will be remembered cage the sphere. Miss Quiggs missed chancel will be in place .IY' 2 "o'clock ,

,.. !1" recap the happy days of are only 75' cents per month, which as the people who operated TURKEY CONCEDES .ADRIAN- several free tries but redeemed herself that the painters will: have fi&. rand ,

,thirty years ago. entities you to all privileges of up-to- what is now the Model Grocery OPLE by caging the first field goal ished the first coat of paint*b *sujw'& ;

.. j :_ It has been,a long time since those date reading and lounging rooms, until about eight months ago when Special to the Sentinel I after ten minutes of hard and rapid down. At the ratejlie: 'work Is :goi Ii,1 i

: .} ,. ys\of fun and frolic, but there is and seems like a, .good proposition.Let's they sold out and went back to their Sofia, Bulgaria, Feb. 28.-Turkey play. Miss Altman took hers a few on it, will _be oone* "by*?eyenlng; .wheiJ' _

:,!i satisfaction in the fact that,the inter- join! old home in Illinois. has at last signified her readiness to minutes later, and with Orlando one services will be J beld'inthe. urch.*: $*

.,; "aiening years have been filled, with' a Mr. Miller found that the rigor of negotiate for peace",with Bulgaria on point ahead and the half over with a'ree .. .. j't=

,:" J(t s luI 1esst that has developed the TO CUT OUT HIGH LIVING. the northern winter was not conducive the basis of cession of Adrianople.: chance: the Hillsborough rooters was too large and Miss Qui"JwZlhooting ; . .

'.;:.Jt, firger manhood. -, I to good health for,him and he has The Turkish government has solicited i :- implored her to put the ball in the them as regularly, sffjM'; ,

::&& Tampa,'in,her. onderf expansion Cairo, Egypt, Feb.\28-rSpecial- brought his family back to Orlando the good offices of Russia. The basket; she tried hard but failed and Altman, and the game.endedwith'I'. ?;: "i

:dad promising future is fortunate inpossessing I Ii..1f The doctors attending J. P.. Morgan and will buy a small orange grove: Russian government today .transmitted the.first half was over with'the score score twenty-three to twenty-one j ,= '

,i; a r man..of Mr. Powell's J today placed .the great financier on somewhere and make this his home. to the' Bulgarian government a nine to'eight in favor of the local which,. while, win; was- entirely '

:;; apabillties'i for Secretary of, the a simple diet and have reduced' his We are glad to have such good message received from Constantinople girls. too close.for the comfort of J&e.\i

ji tReoard of, Trade r smokes to three cigars a day. The people return to Orlando,and. they.are containing the Turkish proposals for, The second half took much the teams'and rooters on the floor. K:l

t! :Tampa: ,has seventy-two ,active real doctors state _that the total absten- doing what many ,others have done fresh negotiations.The same trend as the first one and Miss This is the second nmf"of.t.. ae.*

.:};;ei>rite-,firin8.'and a: half ,dozen' news- ance from'rich'meals and wines which who, after spending a season 'in Or- Bulgarian consel met today Quiggs started' on a rampage of nes between, the? rj,..two'*, vsijes 1' ,*f fortw f'k +\: *

fyt, papers;::and, none'of. these have ever Morgan used to excess heretofore is lando, and 'return to the old home- consider the proposal shooting her free tries with a frequency ' state championship fisst; 'in'taw i *

J?;.:J,tfebd.' any fault with Mr.,PowelL. He the only means of affecting a cure: of stead-their longings for Orlando will Russia will refuse to recommendthe that bode till 'for, the Red and pa; having been .wpn by: the'Hflfiber-tit! r *rough r' ;

'-t'< .,- ; >ai; 'been absolutely impartial. '10 histreatment'of his trouble. A, special cook has been not cease. indemnity demanded,by Bulgaria.In Black. She started her deadly work girls, 18 to. 8.. Another 1fIM.). ;5 I-'

:Ji} ; all they: interests and assigned to prepare'his.meals accord. the releasing of all claim to Adri- early by shooting a pretty basket in will be played in the near future:, ; }tJ 5:

::; ;: nllfel,1D..noisiness'that would: .enhim i ing'to the doctor's receipts. GENEVA MEETING anople the Turks make a great'con- the first minute and after a few fouls on neutral, grounds which:'wUl'' t t-

; ;; to userhis ,office to,his. own I If Mr. Morg n'I, condition is being Messrs Dickson, Starbuck. Brad- cession. and weaken their pOwer forever were shot Miss D. Mathews caged an- the championship;ofs'v* e" ;f J'"f. :

;'. :,ptsonal.btaefit to the, s dvant-I watched with apprehension by' his shaw and Howard attended the Anti- : But they could not longer hold other field goal for Orlando and the The visitors,{who,lna i .._, t ;} .

.11. g i,sceof'other:business men, :This is friends. County Division 'meeting at Geneva out, and will yield to, the inevitable house almost, raised the.roof.. baseball ,team,',W entertit. , ), '_

'.r r.;4What'.a2' Mdetbe'Timpa'BoaM, "of, Thursday night and report .an enthusiastic Miss',Altman seemed nervous and delightful, luiiC i eaftei't, ,-,' :J.t tfli ,/, .

h. ':l "Trafc: \the.most.. active ,and most effecttolfm .EXPECTED BATTLE. meeting ,SAID TO CURE TUBERCULOSIS. her early,accuracy in'l locating the bas- and are loud" In praise \x:the:: ;J' "

'{"""":" ? the.Ita. ?, / .- 'It is the opinion. of these gentlemen< I I New York; Feb. 28.-Dr. Friedrich ket on foul tries was missing in her ment:accorded'Jhem fry.the'lecAt" . t' .,y'

"' !."-11.Y =-0- Special to The Sentinel. from a careful' canvass 'of the subject I Friedmann, a German doctor said to work during the first'part of the half and b'I, ,. ;,; ; ,} '-'';.

:; : A'BAD-jIGINNtNG.' . ,Mexico City >Feb.: 28.-An important that,. the majority of the legal have a cure, for tuberculosis, today and soon.Orlando was' leading by several , ":The: ;lipe-PiPfJ! p! f fl&' ii ,:/}.
1.t't} ,, v:>> :, ,: battle between' the rebel gover-, voters of the Geneva district are made application to the, trustees of points. >Miss_ Nix caged;one,"for Or)andobii'ssesifg'gs*and*D, t.G 1: ,;t.e'forwardi. ..-

: :(. 'Baseball reoived.a, :'setback'yester- nor of Aguas Calientes, Alberto })en-I .against division. Bellvue Hospital for, permission to Hillsborough,'after"nine;,minutes and .=$ and Multiel1ai ;f ',:.>'

\;,;%t day afternoon':when'tae, .Tampa high tea D, and,government troops, nndeGen. The people who attended that meet- treat' Charity patients three days, in then followed' .with% ',corker from centers, and i'Maam and Podgeiguards.hlillsbor.D6e9 ," <

l t, ,chool sod 'the ,Orlasdo high school .' Hidalgo, is'expected late today. ing were ,anxious to get'a statementof that hospital during hisvstay. here. one
:,\S'i:".(. ha-.U;. a.'_;'crowed" bate" .'-on 'tHe' The state capital,'Aguas Calientes, is facts and manifested a disposition He also.expects to open,office' tomorrow )a r.i.Miss,Altmaa l beganto:*p ckupcoafdence man'ind: ,Niforwards'''.\ :; .E":-Alta..,..t. "1.('

:J' "alanMd t' ifajr s ; surrounded.. by government troops, to do what was to. the best interestsof for,the treatment of private pi; '"iind1erSoul guards "oe- and" Combee, waters ,Heselej aM '..
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'!"'Y + ? Janette B. Reynolds to Z..W. non pretty I
? \: ''"''.lDdwife.. in'
)\ Arthur.Schultz to C.. A. Hovey. j
t;,:.f, '!: Windemere' Hillman et aL to L J. Mas: :ru,

Insande.E.. ::B,:.Else and wife. to,. a,t Tat C URCP DISt ,

;:< '}, Pletcher.,A., B. ,Newton. and wife. to 'W. ,won can I Manicure, Pedicure, Shampoo, \
.. in his
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# 'Afc came efforts t face and Scalp Massage. :
'Adds L Skinner' to Elizabeth
"}+:o *'*Skinner., X B. Brock to Lottie M. God.that!f i r Parlor corner over Orange Dickson and&Central Ives store, ; ,..

+,,.= J. ,E. ',Mattocks and wife to 'gen- Avenues.IHMIIIMilll &

.}z Y ';'S4nds.Mercantile Trust Company to '
ii Mattocks.. of I M j
J: M.'Sellers to'R. C.. Kelley. people.I I : ; \
I ,CharlesStewart' ,' 'to W. J. the 75 CARTER'SNEW I :
t 0. H. Joe Samuels. to be I
: Munger Land Comuany ,to to the II t I
and, it
Davidson. ., ..
: H.'Stella Boyce.B. 'Harding. and husband stnding I In Highland Grove f II r

W. Smith 'and wife to m rl: New Fresh Stock of Staple ;t 1 I ".
., Williamson. Groceries. Our Expense is ; .
W. H. 'Rames and wife to heart work I Low and our Prices Low.
a5 lames ; We Deliver to Any Part I
W. H. Rames .and wife to car- of the City. A Telephone ; ; :: I
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lame I Order to 325 will get the
f ; ;
'p Thomas Willigan to Frank H. and Goods. ,

4 01 Minnie Stewart to W. C. failed a liv- : ,OIL ,AND GASOLINE i:; /"

Prosper Colony Co, to.W. D. : I. DELIVERED AT ;
Proper Colony Co. to R. S. i i: YOUR DOOR : I
'I Prosper Colony Co. to build t :
1 '1: M. Henkel and wife to for the 111111111
; 'Schultz.'a. is to I .
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;. Prosper Colony Co. to A. E. that I I-- --- -
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;4 N..H. Green and wife to W. T. .
4 5, 'nile.' . Star El\1ploymeJti
E.-N. Sutton to George Ash. I
1 JT. L Dillard and wife to D. lIt j! Agenci

c t iumon s Edward. H. Brewer and wife to Telf your troupes to Palmer. ''J
r' Vter Wilson He will ge reliable kelp in any i
t"B.: J. Bryan to John,A. of employment
P. E. Akerlund to McCall and : Phone 105H.fH

''liter.. James N. Cole to R.. V. Rogers, 35 +$44.I44b(4441M4
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K Reames to Hattie
}- L .K. Reames. ,Hattie Re :i.f :iJ.1l f ;JjJlm'rlli!! .:JI t tFtI'iI.Hm: \
4 'Wt W. Wells to J. 0. Evans.,
, *, J. B. Margruder and wife to f'b f \\1
..JryantA. them'h them'.z i1
. ''Mock and wife to Lard Bradshaw ,S 1
} A. L. Odtin to C. Kennesck/ i' t ,.
{ :* ,Lanney H. Smith and our friends, and the public general, f
*f tr. and Spaugehl.. .. . a partnership under the | 1 1A
A. H..Kinsrftjrf and wife to
-; I' 1.z. :t'- name, for a generalt 1| ,1
Nettie H. Branch.. and husband .
J.. . .,: Schultz..-'.- -, '' . and Insurance ,, | $;
:' ..; .Krmile.i .VaUille to =
)y lille. , 'located in aground: floor office al t; Joj. i I \
; F.EbeltoA.L"Henkel.I . t'
;y ti occupied by Hamilton &,Dunn jj{
_- A L Henkel to F. Ebel.
*:*a f PowelL South,-Land Home Co. to'. be pleased to meet all our old .friends- I i,t ]

1, ;South Land Home. CoC to I-
,.Xnaack.f . -
acreage piopeity is surpassed, by none, I :
South Land Home Co. to J. 0. 9'
,, .t on. i |bargains. COME,AND SEE Usi :
*:South Land Home Co. to y

y .Most.South Land Home Co. to | & Bradshaw. |: .

T Toting.; i ORLANDO, FLA. I .
Investment Co.. to 4-
.lalive .:Eis-ix' : UiMI!! I1"! !'''U'. I.'IIfraIIUIllflIIII.ual.! :
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The Cowell Investment Co. to
JfUve.W. '.
, ., L Branch an ._wife to & HILL
# :Manufacturing Co. U'
Swab.William R. Jones and wife to, :

::t;' -KcLeod.E. L. Serry'and wife to AGENTS

T. E. Alden'and wife to
cLeod. Souvenir and Curio Store, [
;.; ... Fred Cabel to Nye and
f A. E. Sjoblom to Overstreet' CHURCH STREET
'- \ Irifegeminger.
Jennie C. White et al to E. S. f

Colony Co. to Mrs.
Simms. :hI.todels
c --.' to.Jackson.John H. Lidell I and wife to, M I
t lIcK Betton e. Long and wife to'J. L. II Ir

v lI A.dges.M. Tylor and wife to Dic I

; j Dr. Godden the Episcopal
-' ary to the Seminole Indians I
located in the Everglades is
ing on a plan to interest the P. Models $200.00 !I
: in.. fanning as the day of P. Models,.250.00 i
living from the sale of alligator '

and and Dr.from'Godden hunting who and has fishing lived is Slilpert : i

them for nine years is making Agent for Orange County I f ,
fort to have the public assist .II
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''%. . ,"':'according,,to,his ,wife's',testimony iu *
I. .* 'her> 'suit for.divorce. T before. Judge J. H Fourteen acres of good land in goodovation TO ASSUME THAT YOU ARE' I i f BRIGHTER FRUIT .
1 9, in Located
1' Newman. ,today. 'He'was. ,too economical. J 1 acres grove.
." 'in nice'lake. Price $5,500. Free from the dust mite and for which '
tom :
i' On the plea of saving ney APPRECIATIVE OF THE ,VERY,
,,i' buy'a home he:took nis bride to live Ten first'-class land., 5"acres: you command the fancy prices, use- v.
acres h
W in'an outbuilding the rear of No. BEST. WE ARE SPECIALISTS IN -
?,.. .' 433> Oakley avenue, which. Mrs.. WiUliams' 'in -
f sister testified had formerly one-half in excellent'Location. : Electrical Wireing and Motor Work Sulpho-Citrol
Two and acres ,
r.. been, uesd,as chicken, coop. ,
.. All in grove. $1,500.A
, As further measure of economy t i IF YOU WANT ,;
:' ,he providedSsecondhand furniture # :.
number of business lots in
;" Mrs. Williams testified, broke large '
which, '
various localities in the city, and 1 ARCADE BUILDING To destroy. the "THRIPP," use-
down early in,the honeymoon and has
beautiful suburbs of the city at prices} CHURCH ST.
'not been replaced. '
? But that is not.the worst. After ranging from $100 to $1,000. a aIke I PHONE 280 Black Leaf Tobacco Extract
.. had I
Mr. Williams saved$30 a month '
.. front home sites containingtwo
; .for ten months out ,of his, pay as a
. railro signalman, and when' Mrs : and more acres of'land at thevery' Our ne w1913 Almanac containing full
moderate price, of $650.
:- Williams suggested that 'the $300 information sent you for three cents

:.'. ought to be paid. down on a new home, 11
call at office ov'er
r For particulars
the economical husdand said he had postage. .
1i -I changed his mind. Dickson. & Ives store, Orange. Ave. The Best is the Cheapest '

It was as cheap, he decided, to pay CARL JANSENHmiltHMiatHiHIMtll -
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rent'as to buy a home on installments.: SO GET THE BEST OF E. 0. Painter Fertilizer Co.
'Instead he decided to spend the $300
:' on a motorcycle. Judge Newman con- f J
tinned the case to give the divorce Paints 'and Wall PaperTHE
l'. proctor an opportunity, : to investigate. i I: IndeedThey 1 1I I I

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industry for Florida that will increase
"- her fame. Among the latest is the a: AreNo BRING THE SAMPLE TO YOUR HOME.

camphor industry. z
"'Near' ..Crescent,City, this state, is a better cigars are to be Fireplace Mantels '.
> seven thousand acre tract practically found anywhere we're ,. ; "
all'set to camphor trees, now of considerable sure of than, hence we feel r { '
size.' The tract is owned no hesitancy in saying that . .. Tiles and Grates, ,
.by a syndicate who are'proposing to regardless of price, there isnot' ; 5
> bring this great camphor grove to!I' a cigar made that you Caloric Fireless Cookers, .
a producing point and then put in a:+ than 1
can enjoy more
plant' for the distilling.'of spirits of'; HAWLErSv: { Electric Pocket Flash {;
HAH! Lights
camphor and a plant for the manufacture STRAIGHTS" mm F
of celluloid' from camphor and f f
gum and other biproducts.'The 'HAVANASI Complete Electric Lighting Plants oi
fact 'that successful, shrewd p 'in Orlando. Sold by *
businessmen of large means are investing \ all Dealers.< Only cost 5 have now opened their t Any Size Installed. .

{ .. in various lines 'of industryin --I. ,14 .
Florida argues much for her future, .cents.ASK FOR THEMHMIIIMHMIMMMMMM ,_

". rich 'development. : stock of new Spring! Hats .

permits aggregating$556-
} 424. were issued 'from the office of The new Seminole Hotel at Winter and Millinery
the building,inspector in Jacksonville :Park opened a few nights ago with a ELECTRICIAN. .
:. last month Included in the list 'waa 1 brilliant reception which was' attended ;

::., a permit. for. 'the erection, 'or,the new 1 I .by a large number of people from LATEST' STYLES. .IONE. 436. New laid BM|., Church SI.K1NCAID :.
\ Mason Hotel"< ,,valued at$550,000..,This I different parts of the State.,The hotels

t. structure ''eleven itbrie high. :..situated on'Lake'Osceola and is up-
; and built" of reinforced. concrete., I l'todate"and'modern in every respect. .

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t Jt'i. : 'i\:: ; f ROLUNS 'COLLEGE. ORANGES SKV: HIGHSo i ,
South Florida. ,Sentinel. I The annual r :Concert. of the girl's Says Mr. W. C. Temple, Manger" ,
.- t''' V; ',*"lf6di6.:' : -:- -WBBLYSUBSCBIPTtON glee dub was ';in every way:a 'complete of the Citrus Exchange
_. ,A large'audience "Indications" said 'I Search You
.- success. Mr. Temple, as Will. !
!; BATMt ti turned out with high expectation,and for even stronger prices next week, .. .
, - went away satisfied with the musical and as the present citrus movement -
.... {; THB,DAILY: SBTTINEL them. The membershipof amounts to 100 .
'. treat given cars a day, five.weeks :
d".e'jear -$5 :' the club is more than usually shipping will clean'up all mid-sea-
Jb Months ....,. ...,......... 2.50
strong this year, and the efficient. sion oranges and most of the grapefruit You CantFind More 1
:'free Months:.::!!... ,..:. .... 1-25 'rection of Prof. Pope has moulded thematerial Stripes brand of for
:'Week ...... ..... ...._... .10 oranges,
; J to -the best advantage intoa packed at Fort Myer, sold at New

{-: : \* ',THEW. LTi1ltiTINBL gratifying club. The voices were York auction yesterday for $4.30 a Your 1

. ::lll ',yt :' aaD. post .. ,.w ..!......'u. well balanced and blended, with box. Bull Dog brand, seedling, Money .Elsewhere: :
x.JIWSW r.THE .OBmNELt 1 Oriaafe Florida. plenty of volume; the program was packed at Winter Park sold today in

,618..- Iii Coot Street Arcafe. Bufldfa* well selected and interesting. New York for $3.80 a box, the highest t , ',
{i rtIoMJ4 Additional interest was given to the price ever secured for this brand of t, '. !,
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,- 3. p. .MBUMANM. liter concert by the fact that Miss AnnieD. seedling oranges since the house NOR CAN YOU FIND BETTER JEWELRY "' .
JOBIAH FIMtt! Fitpibtor. MacFarlane, of Tampa, formerly a started four years ago. It is predicted ,
student music at Rollins, and later that sales at New York aucton THAN ,OURS. FOR SEVERAL YEARS THIS .
': ; SATURDAY, MARCH .1, 1913 in New York, sang the soprano solo next week will in some cases pass
}j i' parts with excellent effect. Miss the $5.00 mark. HAS BEEN SO, IT IS SO TODAY, AND WILL ';
l t The Orlando, Chautauqua will be MacFarlane is gifted with a clear soprano High Prices Expected"It'
;7 worth' seeing. _. voice of great range and ade- looks like all the oranges left BE SO TOMORROW, NEXT YEAR, AND IN. '
*: o' quate power, which she has developedto in Florida fit to ship will, from March f..*'..
the best advantage ; she ia one of 1 until the end of the season, average THE YEARS TO COME.T.H.Evans . ." "
/' 'Send in : for tomor. .
your copy early the former students of whom Rollinsis considerably higher than $2 a box on : '. -,: . .,.
aW's paper, Mr. Advertiser. .. .... '
especially proud. Her kindness in the tree. On March.1 only 2,000 ,cars t
o f giving her services to the club on this of nasals will remain to be shipped '
President Wilson will sound much occasion is appreciated by those who from California, and of these seventy- Have
,letter than President-elect Wilson. have the matter in charge. The contralto five per cent or 1,500 cars are in the Why Not the Best aid Be Sure -

t 0 solos were sung well by MarthaG. hands of the California exchange. If

Wftfiih.a,few days some reputations Shepherd, who has for some years these 2,000 ,cars are shipped at the
been a pupil of Prof. Pope's in.the rate of 100 the
cars a day will
jfcf cabinet supply

prophecies o will be made. School The glee of is composed_ of the be and exhausted if California within ships 100 three cars weeks a day, .If{f It's' In the JewIry Line We Have It

Strangers in Orlando have 'mistakentte following young ladies: Sopranos- and Florida the same number, the ,
'' ladies rest room. for the board of Misses Dorothy Daniel, Johnnie M. two combined can only supply forty

3rade.rerrihle. ': Smith, Mabel E. Daniels, Mary P. per cent of the .normal demand, whichis
o Corre, Ruby K. Betts; mezzosAdelaide 500 cars a day.
Turk" is a term which .isaow V.. Voorhees, Letha K. Palmer, "This being the case, it is impossible
*regarded as more alliterative Evelyn M. Peschmann, Priscilla W. to predict how high sound oranges the JewelerOPPOSITE
Ilan descriptive. Major, Helen U. Drew; altosMarthaG. will sell at auction by April 1.
'o Shepherd, Marie E. Darby, LouiseM. May Get $10 a Box ,
If Uncle :Sam would but say thefiord Smith, S. lola Wilson, Clella M. "The Florida crop of Valencia latesis

his Texas. subjects would whip Avery, Marjorie L. Wilkins, Kathryn. extremely fine in flavor, qualityand POST OFFICE '
it' Jexico in, h.,"ii1fy." E. Bonnell, ,Agnes M. Hill. texture, but there are only 500 -

i f o On Monday evening, February 24th, cars. The bulk will be shipped in I
E If the. .Egyptians are not alert and Miss Beatrice McCue, contralto, of May and June, and it looks as though .
I jMtchful J. P. Morgan may bring New York, sang a concert in the aud- $10 a box and higher will frequentlybe

:Heir sp.. nr home with him., itorium of Knowles HalL This con- reached at auction for the best.
0 cert' was one of those offered by the "Grapefruit is heavy and most mar-
:,: It Is worthy of note in passig that School of Music in its artist course, kets are over-stocked, especially in
;none! :of the cabinetmakers has left and was fully up to the high standardfor the large sizes. Small sizes are in NE n GOODS

,st. the,name of W. J. Bryan. these recitals established in the fair demand at $2.25 to $2.50 per boxf.
A' past. In fact, it was one of the very o. b. Florida. Larger sizes 28's

,Social conditions are now improv- best things heard at Rollins in some and 36's are a drug on the market at
3fg.. You can get a wash woman if time. Miss McCue's voice was without half that price. It begins to look as
F s 3>u go- after her with "an automobile.o doubt a real contralto, deep, rich, if Florida, with only one-sixth of the ARRIVING -v-
o-- smooth, powerful, admirably con- crop left to ship, will net to the grow-
lis B., Powell says that a nice- trolled, and her rendition of the pro ers on the trees almost as much as
%':illustrated booklet attracts attention gram sent the audience away glad for the five-sixths previously ship- c (
:- taut that the well edited news-: that they had come. Mrs. Helen ped." -

',ia] r: clinches attention. O'Neal Palmer played tie accompaniments PAILI V
--0 sympathetically and satisfac- Iiflit
., If old Porfirio Diaz is as wise ,as herr torily, despite the handicap of only a
:3 credited with being, he will make !I few hours in which to Jook them over 11 IkIJ,
before the Her work The murder of Madero and Suarez, '
-y-,,, JD:plans for an early return to Mex- I : provedher
,,;t, <=o'. once more to be a pianist of'rare the deposed Mexican president and
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It begins .to look like New York Tuesday evening, the Kappa another bloody chapter to the historyof
honest Epsilon entertained a large party of that republic, and suggests possible
,State will not have enough men
;3ft, to fill the offices. "Ye ,Gods, how teachers and students at dinner at the developments which may have a most Special Showing bi
tfie mighty are fallen." New ,Seminole. The following members important bearing upon the country's
o and guests of the sorority were future. That the gravity of the affair

Brush'Walker wants his name retarded i present: Dr. and Mrs. Blackman, is not underestimated by the proVis.
in BIG LETTERS. ,There'are Dean Enyart, Mrs. Ferguson, Prof. : ional government of Mexico is indi- Saturday /f
V and Mrs. Powers Prof Mrs. cated by the prompt public statement
4several ways of getting such atten- and
made by De La Barra the foreign
m tfon. Berkeley Blackman, Miss Meriwether,, ,
minister, who obviously realizes' the
Mrs. Donaldson Miss Bon-
.0 Kathryn
: Before starting,for? < ment of the United :
States with the
fie"Sentinel one dollar and have the away, Lucy Lee Clark, Mary Core, '
lappenings: 'of,this section brought to Lesley Donaldson, lola 'Wilson, Clella facts and explaining the attitude of -.

/ 'jou each,:week. Avery, BeMa Smith, Enid Broward, his own government toward the out- MARI N B. IVtl

.fi ,' o Eda'McElroy, and Don Cheney 'of Or- rage. .
The'; :Bade County Fair at Miami lando, and Clay Inman, E. W. Bryant,, The state department some days ago .
opened: its doors to the public Tues. Ralph Twitchell, Henry Porter, J. B. intimated to Mexican officials that the \

.jay."This. is the sixteenth annual fair McClintock, C. A. Boyer, Fayette United States was disposed to insist .' .
geld by this association. Froemke, A. A. Prentiss, D. H. Ford- upon recognition of the amenities of Exclusive Millinery Parlors. j. 6, .- -;'"
o ham. The banquet was thoroughly civilized warfare in the Madero case, .
There are enough opportunities enjoyed by all, and the affair was an- in response to which assurances were Second Floor .
other social for the given that the deposed president" :
,going to waste in Orlando to put sev-- triumph popular
% would be given a fair trial what- .
5 thousand young men and women sorority girls.ATTENTION upon I IA
m the highway to success.It ever charges were made against him. _
o WATER COMPANYYou The Mexican minister explains thatit iii I
is said on good authority that was in pursuance of the policy indicated at least, entitled to the benefit of the j 1
=:_ Hie acreage of newly planted citrus have a small triangular pieceof that arrangements were made doubt. So far as the United States is
troves in Florida is thirty per cent ground out on North Orange ave- for the removal of Madero and Suarezto concerned, there is nothing in the ORLANDO :
Signer than last year.Several'members nue whereon is located the standpipethat the penitentiary where they were tragic incident, as President Taft ,
o is by no means ornamental andis to be incarcerated until political pas- points out, to warrant intervention by
of the City Coun- the subject of criticism by strangers sions were subdued and a fair trial this country, a step which should not BUSINESS COLLEGE

ir 1 promise to tell what they know. and home people alike. could'begiven'thenL be taken except as a last resort.

Bon't ,do it ,brethren the newspapers This is Ipcated in one of the most The shooting of the president and overtaxed in publishing it prominent localities in the city. It ex-president took place while they DEMAND FOR CLEAN COACHES.The ,
o --- is grown up with tall weeds and were being removed to the peniten. traveling men of the state are IN'
Palatka ,is to have another big: underbrush, and an ugly little' pool tiary. No authentic statement of'the demanding cleaner and better passen- MODERN COURSES

manufacturing enterprise, Paul &:;; of stagnant water near the stand pipe circumstances connected with their ger coaches on Florida lines. Thereis
TFeymer,'manufacturers of slack, tur.. serves as a mosquito incubator. deaths has been made, but MinisterDe a'general feeling that the roads Single and Double Entry Book eeping. Cor- f

' jentine barrels, having decided to lo-. You are interested in the city wel- La Bara asserts that the tragedy of Florida have enjoyed a season of poration Bookkeeping, Banking, Shorthand, 1
'sate there.. fare but have overlooked conditionsout Wall a. surprise to provisional cnftvern-I such great prosperity that they can
o here. Won't you remedy these tfficij; ;, dn he promises i --a I II afford to at least clean up, repaint,I Typewriting, Penmanship, Commercial Law,

The man who opposes good roads conditions? I careful investigation of all the facts and reupholster their old and grimycars. Commercial Arithmetic, Spelling and all 1

j measures l will either get run over by and exemplary punishment of the In a warm climate like Florida Branches of Civil Service. ,
fee band wagon, or will be seen POLITICS IN JACKSONVILLE. guilty. too much care can not be exer-

'rambling on the back end at .the The municipal primaries in Jack- The most unfortunate phase of the ,cised in our public service passengercars
sonville and boats. Sanitation has got DAY AND NIGHT CLASS S
Seventh hour.. Thursday indicate that a new matter from the Mexican standpoint, '
o regime in politics is in store for the concerning the outrage has been madein to be the watchword."I .

If you 'were a- diplomat in Mexico people of that city. good faith and contains all the factsin Experienced Teachers in Charge. Diplomas
Cty wouldn't you'also decline to take : The younger and newer men in possession of the government, is educated one o! my boys to be a Granted and Positions Secured'for Gradu- j
jart in, an official luncheon which politics captured the rains'of govern- the incredulity with which many will doctor and the other a lawyer, said
night be broken up at any moment ment and almost distanced the ."old' regard the government's version of Farmer Corntossel, as he shifted his ates.

,..the butting in of a rescue party wheel horses" in the race. Mayor the murders. If Huerta desired the crutch. Patronize Home Institutions.. .
o Jordan was defeated for municipal death of Madero.and Suarez, for per- "That'ought to"be.a good arrange t r

The meat market man or baker judge by young Swearingen by a plurality sonal reasons or to satisfy popular ment""It's .
of 400. nothing of the-kjni It has led .
,- .who :heard Dr.Geisel Thursday night clamor, and yet hesitated! on, accountof that's to break the For Prices and Terms call on or address: .
and puts.intoVpractice her sugge's.Ions States to a row going up
< I the attitude of the United ,
is the man who, will have the' LABOR ORGANIZATION DEFIANTBy it will be pointed out that a plot to familyJf,into, by a, locomo,
tad, of' Orlando: ; "framed up" attemptto tive. One of! 'em wants to :cure ne
shoot them in a
0 I I the election of Ryan, the dyna bring about their release would an' the'other, wants me to go Iamso' Urlmt Busea .Colleagt :
mite convict to the office of Presidentof !
d X Sam;Jones once-said: "If there, is, appeal to the provisional president as we can sue for damages.
pack'of dogs In"the back alley and the'American Federation of labor, the easiest way out of his dilema., .... i ,.

x you'heave'a' stone._over the.fence, and and other members of the convicted That view is plausible enough, andit TRY a Sentinel'Want. ,ad, and"get re.. : _II1fl: IH' .E 5.7
; .temediately'hear a howl! : go. up you dynamiters to the"Executive Board, 'accords with the popular idea 'of sults. ,' ;

mn;''some-- dog has been- hit.' He. its that doom.organization'would' Yet that is what forever Samuel seal Mexican character, and yet it_may be I -. : .. IIJ IfG "ttUNDOFLA."

-...AM....Bade." an...:-:analogy-' with, .. Did Gompers advised ,in_ a. speech at 'Indianapolis wholly erroneous. At any rate\the .WANTKM3MUI'. 'CUfca' JUft,. , tie : L '-Y- -'s '_ ,' ".'_ . ..: Y
*e .mortal ,Sam;;;' this' eon' few Huerta:government: is,,for present; Se.lOMa'. : *I ,- . '" d. ., '
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new line of ELK SKIN LACES in all the -
sizes new
i' ,line :of MEN'S PANTS, at the ,latest styles A Full Line of
SHOES, at $1.50, $2.00," weaves just received and on V
t low.prices, from 1.50 to 5.50 .,:,. from the cradle to the grave i >
$2.50 and $8.00. The best sale this week.

}; We:can fit 'you and suit you .,';;'... ,oo." Babys' to' {), 15" 1tle"" 1s-, line of Elks'we have. ever had. Royal Society EmbroideryFloss PAINTERS g'

if' you:wear PANTS. 1"'!;/' "Prices" "-*..' soc. to $6.00.: :',* See them. \; all shades and sizes. 'OVERALLSAll x
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Mr. R. E. Bloomfield, of Mulberry, BOARD OF TRADE = ,
V : Fla., is among the, out-of-town visitors 1 :f
WADE here today. The Annual Meeting for the election
THE TUNER I of officers will be held by the Orlando I I I i

ORLANDO FLA.J' .- ,Mr. M. Leidendorf, a prominent real Board of Trade, Monday, March 3rd 1
.:' estate dealer of New Smyrna, is in in the rooms of the secretary. All!I
? Orlando today i paid up members for the year 1913
are entitled to vote. YowellsFOR
Mrs'John Hand has now moved his J t Mr. Howard Tarry is the guest of Proposals for two amendments to

family,'here from Indiana and will Mr. Edwin Monroe at the latter's the constitution will be acted upon.

make:Orlando his,home. home,on Lucerne Circle. 1st. Reduction of annual fee for ,

i' 1914. t
\} Mr., and Mrs. Fred L. Fairson,. of,' Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Sill, of' Wynn- 2nd. Reduction of required num-

Grafton, Mass., 'are among, last cotte, Pa., are in Orlando on .a visit' ber of members for a quorum.
night's'arrivals at the San Juan. to Mr. ,and Mrs. E. P. Monroe, on By order T. Picton, Warlow, Pres.
"' '- Lucerne Circle. C. E. Howard, Sec. Price
.Reduced Embroider
i Miss Sue Wilson, of Pennsylvania, Sale ;

t is the, attractive guest of Miss Ruth Mrs. H. G. Crowder and son, Leslie, SEEGAR BANKRUPTCY. y

; yilvaine) on Lucerne Circle. .. are here from Tampa, being called .
C -. here by the death of Mr. J. W. Get- Referee in Bankruptcy Holds Court.A .

.\ Miss,F. A. McConaughy, of Johns- tier. meeting of creditors was held in
town, Pa., is among the many guestsnow the Circuit Court room yesterday and 3 :
'I :sojourning at the San Juan. Mr. and Mrs. C. Kennison, of Beres- claims were filed by creditdrs. DAYS ONLY

ford, in the city yesterday as Finch Scruggs was appointed trus- i I
Mrs. Chubb arrived in the city he' gusts of: Mr. and Mrs. T. P. tee, and Sidney E. Ives, Jr., J. A.

r i/ Thursday evening, from New York:I Robinson.. .: ". Wood and John Empy, appraisers.Date "
a ,for a visit toher: brother- Rev, H. W. of sale not yet arranged.ANNOUNCEMENT \ :1.::
K Greetham., Dean Spencer leaves today on the I ALLOVER EMBROIDERY :'
45 IN. FLOUNCING Embroidered Dress PMlernsj! 1
morning train for Longwood, wherehe l ,
John M. Carlisle, of 'Gainesville, will hold services tomorrow in the /The $1.00 quality on Beautiful designs in 12 beautifully) em- "
a ::made a business visit to the city yes- Episcopal church. i We are sorry to announce to the '
I nice sheer small medium and I
terday, leaving, on the afternoon train I public that we have been forced to goods embroidered dress :.-

\, for Tampa: Mr. W. W. Abercrombie is in Orlando cancel Helen Gardner, known as Mrs. worked heavy and large figures, etc. The patterns on a pretty' :
today from Daytona. Mr. Aber- Pell in Cleopatra, for the reason thatit E
: deep for three : voile
days 75c kind this sale quality worm
It is said that Orlando is to have crombie is engaged in operating an is unlicensed films, and the Grand ,
'. a new bakery of the latest model of ,up-to-date garage at that place. only exhibits' licensed and censored i$10.00, this sale i ''

.,. steam baking outfits, ,. and, may pos-' films, films of the best productionsand 79c 47CALLOVER
sibly include cracker baking. Mrs. Frank Horton, of Arcadia, absolutely first run in the city $7.29
r '-. "who has been visiting her sister, Mrs. GRAND AMUSEMENT CO.
r i Mr. and ?'rs. F.' B.,Carlson, who I John TFull- ;'on Lucerne Circle, "" --" ,. , 4 I
have been spending the past eight went over to Oviedo yesterday to w. c. c. 45 IN. FLOUNCING EMBROIDERY85c 7 very pretty dress

weeks in Orlando, left yesterday for spend a day,or two with relatives and and I
':. their home in Minneapolis They will friends. The last meeting of the Wednesday The 75c kind, an ex $too quality patterns, beautifully

,: return.November. firstMr. i, Card Club was held at the homeof ceptional good value in all the new de-\ embroidered designs, .1
Train No. 85 on, the Atlantic CoastLine Mrs. E. J. Temple on South Lake sheer voile the
D. ,B. Sphaller, of Taft, had south bound, due to arrive at Street. Eight players were presentand beautiful Quality at signs, while they last, i on ,I
i. ,onions on'exlu'bitionat the Fair that 6:40, was several hours late last night. the afternoon was most pleasantly 75c. For three days these three days ones, this sale

measured five inches in diameter,and The trouble was not ascertained, but spent in playing Five Hundred.

rutabagas that measured' twenty-six the train was first posted on the bul- \ ____ 49c 59c ((000 i $4.98 ,I

inches, in circumference. letin board to arrive at 8:20, and justbefore f KNIGHTS. OF PYTHIAS, ATTENTION ..
delayed time for arrival, the i
An interesting rehearsal of the time was again set forward an hour, -
Mendelssohn Choral took place in and at intervals thereafter until 12:30a. I You are. requested to meet at the Special l Sale of Embroidered and eyelet worked Batiste, 59c

the auditorium of the high school m. I Castle Hall Saturday at 9:15 a. m. white and colored the 85c kind. This sale choice
Thursday night under the direction of for the purpose of attending the fun- ,
eral of Brother J. W. Gettier.J. .
Prof., Pope. Work has beeen commenced on a
-' much needed building at the Church W. DOUGLASS,

Miss Bertha Langenbach, a pupil of Home and Hospital This will com- C. C.
the;: Cathedral School had a severe prise a and a steam laun- Friday, Saturday: and Monday
Mr. and Mrs. F. J. LaClear, of
fall, Thursday afternoon, and, striking dry; both to be fully equipped for the
large amount of necessary work required -:'Grand Rapids, Mich., B. F. and Mrs.B. .
'a stone step was painfully,
; on by this institution. An ad. F. Davis, Winter Garden, were in
although not seriously injured.
dition is also being made to Rev. A. the city yesterday. Mr. LaClear is THE, BIG WHITE STORE

A. Rickert's cottage, which is on a secretary and manager of the Grand
Mr. R.,.Guy ,Zetrouer'of, Jackson- Co. made
: corner of the Hospital grounds.Rev. i Rapids Cooperage 89,000
/ who ,arrived in the city Thurs- ,
yule, : apple barrels last season, besides reg- '; !
day afternoon left on the morning and Mrs., Albert Cary-Elwes,: ular line of stucco barrels, National ON ORANGE
,, train yesterday for 'Kissimmee 'on :of England are enjoying many delightful ''Biscuit barrels and flowering mill V
business ,for the Virginia Carolina automobile outings during barrels. That's going some. Mr.
Chemical Company. their visit to their. parents here. On Davis edits a good newspaper for -
Wednesday the family spent a Pleasant diversion over at Garden City And
A parcels :delivery company has day at Wekiwa Springs and farms on the side for money. We At the"I THEATER. MEXICAN CONDITIONS ARE IT PAYS TO ADVERTISEMr.
been organized and an office opened Thursday they motored to Eustis, will wager a cucumber that he will LUCERNE UNSTABLE
,with Mr. Palmer in the Star Employment where they had lunch and reached feed his friend, Mr. LeClair on vegetables An Amusement Bargain. t McCrory who owns a five an
,Office''on Church street. The I, home by the middle of the afternoon. I from the heard and unheardof Admission: Political conditions are such in ten cent store in this city and it
office will be V in charge of good, live They found the' "good roads" con- varieties. 5 cts.-The Entire Balcony cts. Mexico that it is impossible to get a twelve other cities in Florida, has just

boys, who will deliver packages and vention in session at ,Eustis, and the SATURDAY SPECIALS.' stable government with any Mexicanat completed a new store in Jacksonvilland <
messages. hotel overcrowded with guests. I Justin Schumann has been sick for i "Red Sweeney's Mistake (Kalem) the head. his manager tells about advertis
:the past ten days and is at this time -A sensational drama- : The politicians are treacherous and ing. McCrory is a northern man: _
under treatment of Dr. S. Miles Rob- "The Three Black Bags Present- selfish and distrust each other. The McCrory Boosts Florida,
d inson,and his aliment seems of a pe- ing Mr. John Bunny and Miss Flora majority of the people are ignorantand Mr. Gibbs says the McCrory Company
culiar and stubborn character, the Finch,' a pair of twin funnies."A lazy and the political leader who is proud of its thirteen modern f

lower limbs being affected so that it Sawmill Hazard" (Kalem-A can makes the best promises ii sure stores in Florida-so proud, in fact,
is painful for him to get upon his feet drama of everyday life. to have the rabble with him. that there is printed on every one ofi j
New Lot of Soft Collars and it is with,difficulty that he walks. The Palace of Fontainbleau" The men in office can not meet the more than ten million merchadise bags]
(Pathe-A scenic production."The demands of the politicians out of office used annually in the hundred stores a''

Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Beeman and Jelly Fish and the Plankton"An and consequently the pot of discontent list of Florida towns where they have)!
L with Ties to Match i guests, Mr. and Mrs., Tom Hopper, educational feature.Admission is kept boiling all the time. stores, reading "Among the Orange
and Mr. and Mrs. James Laughlin, 5c and lOc. 3:30 to 5 I The leader of each faction thinks Blossoms-Jacksonville, St. Augustine -I
III., after enjoying a few days' visitat I p. m.; 7 to 10 p. m.INTERRUPTED. lie should be President. No sooneris Daytona, Miami, West Palm,
4' Just Received ,Daytona Beach, are again at home,' ,one revolt ended than another be- l Beach, Orlando, Ocala, Gainesville.
having motored over on Wednesday. TELEGRAPH gins. latka, St. Petersburg, Sanford, Lakeland -,
SERVICE.We Governor Carranza is now talkingin Live Oak. j
at Mrs. H. T. Lattner and Miss Mar- a,manner that he would not if old "The fact that ten million customers -j V

garet Hart went over to DeLand yes- wish to offer a worded. explanation Diaz were president, and would not throughout the country read this\i ., a
terday to attend the Bispham concert be giving vent to such utterances as and become familiar with the names')
to serviceis
as why our telegraph
which was given there last evening. i. these: of cities in this state in an advertisement -t '
not to usual standard htis morn j
&SCRIIUGS&& i DICKSON I ing. The cause, as made known to us "I wish to emphatically. deny all I of material benefit to Florida," |
: I The man who insists on having his by Mr. Gardner of the Postal Tele- reports to the effect that I am deal.i said he. \

,' .'own,way at all times is,apt to inter- graph Company, Is that the wires are ing with the so-called Huerta government -i
fere with the progress of others, and, in bad condition north of Birmingham, and to state further that I haveno "Soyour engagement is broken:
: in so doing, step on his own toes.- intention ever of considering any with Miss Smart?" asked the inquisitive -i
and are consequently
; messages -
'of :Hart Schaffaer & ,Marx Atlanta Journal. "' friend. '
Home ', in transmission from our news sort of,a compromise.
' : '- : S bureau ,in Memphis, Tenn. M0h, yes," explained the,young',.
';rClothing: \! .. / 'Mrs T.,R. Wakefield and daughter, man, gently, "She told me what her
,\, ,;"f... ',' : -' >- 'f. ;of Uniontown, Pa., arrived in Orlando I Messrs.' 'a B.: Little, Kenneth Little dressmaker's yearly bill was, and I'j,
:>: J[' ; ,'last evening,'for ,an indefinite stay atr ;t Kellers, Staffords and Arnold's Inks and H.,White, of Chicago, are among told her;what-my'income'was. Thea]']
.;: d _. ,.". .. -- . ,.tf ',' ,.': -- .,theSanVJua, L I Curtis & O'Neal, next postofficce. .I I the late arrivals at .the_San Juan. our'engagement gently .dissolved" j

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$ a Ifl4PIOI;: V IT P CHOICE LOTS 1t :

These,are he kaHtital tots IB the Horlheastern part of Ihe lawn, (be properly of F. A. Lewter. \These lots

are located lear schools aid chirches-an ideal place for homes, and, situated as they are in Orlando,. 4

i4 iI U .V V LI W LI I the ("Cily Beaitifal"), wakes (km especially attractive as an Investment, either for homes or speculation..

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; t; If 'This is an opportune time to make .a safe and profitable investment, because these lots are bound to increase rapidly in value in Orlando! known

:l.r as it is as being one of the healthiest towns in the state and the second.Jargest shipping point for oranges and grape fruit. Any purchases made

:1 on the ,day of sale are bound to increase in value, giving you large profits on your investment. ]f .

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';(i i Easy Terms: One-fourth cash, balance 6, 12 and 18 months with 6 per cent. interest on deferred payments


'n ,This Sale Takes Place Rain or Shine Remember the Date, Monday, March 3, 10.30 { M.

a 3, .: Southern Realty & Auction Co.E. .'

.'M. Andrews Manager GREENSBORO, ,N. C.

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CLASSIFIED i E. Pine 'St. for something goodto t 'Hiiiimm; ;

:. More than 200,000 arces of oil lands, Business Boosters (classified advertisements eat. 12t ,
) received after 10 o'clock
'estimated to be worth from $250,000000 ,- midnight, will be run in the "Too Lateto ; ,
to $500,000,000, situated in the Classify" column. LOST-Somewhere no Court street, i
state of California are involved in the Boosters of five lines, or less-approximately a small chain purse with some S
30 mords-one time, 25 Return to Miss Hope
small change.
fit, suits of ,Edmund Burke, on his own cents; three times 50 cents; one week Starbuck and receive reward. When You Pay What is
:_ ,behalf, and, J. I. Lamprecht and F. M. (six daily and one weekly editions) a'Thing Worth

,, liken against the Southern Pacific $1.00; one month, $3.00. WANTED-Clean Cotton Rags the ,

Railroad and the Kern Trading and FOR SALE-80 acres of good land Sentinel Office. You Get the Worth of Your I
; Oil ,Company, the, stock of which is three miles west of Taft. 20.acres Money

owned by the railroad. I cleared and in cultivation. Good. : I HAVE A NEW HOUSE for sale on
The contestants, for the rich stake I buildings. Price $30 per acre. Address I Hillcrest Ave. near Magnolia. Thisis

r are .the ,Southern, Pacific,.on the one I, P. B., care Sentinel.FOR i a section of the city that is rapidly
SALEGood Horse !
Carriage building up with fine-homes and is one t
hand, which claims title of them
and Harness. For work on driv of the best locations in Orlando.
through,a land, grant to the Atlanticand ing. Apply,,to Wm. Halloway, Winter House has eight rooms and bath, and
,Pacific railroad and patents Park, Fla. 12t six large closets, covered porch in j
sued to it the is'I'I driving. Apply to Wm. Halloway,' rear. Sidewalk on street and to rear
by Department of
Winter Park, Fla. 12t door. .Electric fixtures throughoutStreet
Interior; and, on the other, hundreds I I'If clayed. Lot 72 t 150. Will A good buy means more than getting something at |i
of locators in'''California and other FOR SALE or rent-The best farm in sell on accommodating terms. Call cheap price. After
all it is
;. parti of the country who deny the I' Orange County. Magnificent buildings for key at 601 Magnolia avenue, nothing but getting your
fruits of all kinds. Pleasant Chauncey Holt. money's worth.
claim' of the railroad. place and good*land. ,Address ,Van. .
I The locators, represented bY'Burk-:1 care Sentinel WANTED-To rent 3 or '4 unfurnished *
t and the other appellants, rooms with bath; for housekeeping

t ,in the act.of',Congress, i n,the original .THE Orlando'BEST are LAKE at Schumann FRONT Heights.I lots in. Would; or lease small for cottage, near postoffice.if Quality means cost, but everybody knows the better t equality
summer or a
w 'railroad grant and in the patent have six for sale. Carl Jensen. the
find Man and greater the
rr can satisfactory place. durability. And it is durability
itself'issued to the Southern Pacific, wife only. No children. Address Sentinel
w A NICE LITTLE COTTAGE of four Orlando. that finally decides the net cost of .
minteral lands Iw a purchase.We
were expressly ex-i .
i rooms in Highland Grove Subdivision -I I
cepted and that, as petroleum lands to Orlando. Price $700. Easy '
are mineral lands; the railroad has j I terms. S. Sentinel WANTED buy one good driving
horse. Must be gentle and cheap
no right to them. The railroad sets I I for cash. Apply to Singer Sewing have experts continually on guard in our shops to
". BUY a lot in Thornton Parka, nice
f up in defense of its title that petroleum -I t suburb in east part of the city. Carl Machine Co. see that you get your money's worth. They inspect
lands were, not included in the Jensen. I : every
_ a j, W ANTEn-An who understandshow ; S nut, screw, single part that into
: phi "mineral_lands" and that when tc run a four sided moulder goes manufacture

a patent for the land was i issued by(I I FOR Volusia SALE-40 County acres, near of station fine land and in I 1 and planer. Apply Taft Novelty i ii i If the quality is off grade, they scrap it. If the

.. the Department of :the Interior the I find lake;. $500. Terms. J. B. McKay, i Works, Taft Fla. < .
I I city. I t ; workmanship is off a hair's breadth, they scrap it. It
title became absolute the I '
resumptIon i New 7-room house, with electric
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f ;. being that the Department had WANTED-First- - Class Printer, capable lights, bath and all modern conven I costs us thousands of dollars, a year in salaries alone, to

decided tha tthe lands were not mineral. of taking faremanship.. En- :iences.. Lot 75x200. ,Price, 2,850. say nothing of the loss represented in the material dis

quire at this office. 1: .
Terms to suit.
I carded. That's the
money we spend for the Buick 0. K.
The case was heard by the federal CHADWICK A COOPER. i.
FOUND-That the Sentinel reaches I
courts' of California where' the Rail- the people and is read.

S road interposed a demurrer to the plea
of the locators The Circuit Court ofAppeals 'FOR SALE-New seven room house ]' The famous Buick overhead valve motor is guaranteedto
Seven rooms and bath. Modern in all
of the Ninth Circuit was un respects. Lot 75x200. Price ,$2850. :!: WELCOME TO .. \ have,more power and more speed than any other type
able'to decide the question and certi.i Terms. Address owner, care Sentinel.
of motor on the market. It will pull stronger on low grade
,fied i| to the Supreme Court for de ROYAL PALM :
cision.In FOR SALE-5% acres with five room gasoline than any other type of motor ever built and the
house on railroad only few hundred
,4* asking leave to participate in the feet from stopping place. Plenty of BARBER SHOP fuel consumption is less.
hearing, before, the Supreme Court shade and small shrubbery. Ten to

V'which was denied, the Department twelve bearing orange trees pears . .
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and other small fruits. Good hunt Modern and Complete. ::
Justice, said in its brief: ing and fishing, and especially suited, .r
"Decision of the questions certifiedto to those who come to Florida for the Everything new, individual .

this court will necessarily deter winter and like the country life with electric attachments at every' .

,mine whether the patent directly in. easy access to town. J. P. Perkins, Chair No stone has been left ROADSTERS AND TOURING CARS, $950 TO $1650, F.O.B. ORLANDO
Orlando, Fla. General Delivery.
unturned to make this shop
: volved or any similar patel., is, i in ,
law, effective to pass title to certain FOR SALE-New seven room rest.- meet th erequirements of the

', lands notwithstanding the ic.... that dence. Bargain if taken before March most particular. Plenty of i
1st E. H. ,Gore, 11 Gore, Ave. 2-18r6t room., Courteous attendants.
some or all of such lands a.e m.neral 1.

lands of a character fcroiddta to be i i, WANTED good short-order cook. ELIJAH WHITEHEAD, Cook Automobile Co.

granted by the very acts of \..:ongressj I No boozers need: apply. The One ,Proprietor.,

under which such patent was issued.I I JSt Minute Coffee House, 38 W, Church 2t Orange Ave, - Orlando, Fla. I '

The Government, believing the exception -J[ I! Orlando Florida
to be valid, ,holds that all sUC ,
subdivision *
lands, are the property of tas Unite .
: States and is preparing in .ie nea. I r still have some choice lots there.
Carl Jensen.
4,,' future to institute in the D otnc ,

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for the purpose of vindicating it.. charge of place, for one year on "---=- .'" - - - : -- - - - - - - - - - - - - - --- - ,"
claim and of shares. Good grove and land suitable THE OAKlAND
securing an accountingfor ;
to raise crops. Write or call in.per '
large quantities of oil which,have son. Mrs. S. M. Blanchard, Alta-- c SIGN'PAINTING
been extracted from the lands with monte Springs, Fla. I' Jack Preston will paint your

out its consent. sign on short notice. Good work.
.S- S_ _ _ Box 705, City. -Apply -f No. 10 Washington, street 14-6t

A permanent organization has been THAT EVERYBODY ,
WANTED-Clean Cotton Rags the
formed at New for the
Smyrna purpose t . . t .
of pushing the bill for the appropriation Sentinel Office. TALKING( .

for deepening.'_Mosquito In 8 BEAUTIFUL LOTS LAKE
made line of Boys Washable On .
Suits south of Jacksonville ,Ages 3 EOLA can be bought
Bartow is enjoying wonderful prosperity to 10. ,Newest models and patterns. ASK FOR lEMWSTIATttN ' WAISTS, DRESS ,MATERIALS very
at this time and has'more If not under..New York prices 'you'llnot LACES, EMBROIDER- reasonable. the
: than before. be urged to buy, Let me show: IBS, NECKWEAR,AND HOSIERY Inquire at. .
builb-ing going on ever ;';: you. J.. C. Anno, The Boys Clothier,! SEE I 'J
Northern! people are buying property Orlando. 2-18-13 '
and:building homes and the demands Handkerchief.

,for phosphate lands Is very great .A, good carpenter wants work. MACRUDERTHE '. Ready-to-Wear. and Panama V?
Screen work a specialty. General Hate
hundreds of
Then:are men employed
: repair work done with neatness anddispatch. '. MISSES '
,, .: prospecting,around Bartow'for phosphate .. Give; trial. Leave
it"f and rich beds being located.. at Sentinel me a orders SENTINEL reaches the people ', .DUNN "
are '
tFURNISHED Make known your wants throughthis Orift&do, Florida P 1
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t: Vrfctea.;By, OM. ''of .the'';Staff" ;on' His, JUSTRECEIVED .
I:j' ; ,
r f : .* :Patriotone
,of nature's s *
., ;arrests, is,,located nine: miles north THE MART, ( *3v q .. ." OF QUALITY, '
If' of.Orlaado and has long been a popular ? J vrv \\ .t) \ '"

: ,raort,with northern, ,tourists. Aassagaificentyhotel V3 r)
, -Yvj f
: ,of 200 rooms, situated My Spring'line;- of Men and '
"- in the midstOf a 400 acre tract
-',of pine: forest, interspersed wit ,Boys Straw Hats in all the "

sparklinglakes and orange groves la-: Nice line of '
; newest shapes. r

e, :denwithgolden,;months:: "is:a fruit delight during to the the winter ,eye Panamas for $5. My spring I END US YOUR EAR

George E. Bates & Son, proprietors, Trouser line is now complete
:belong to that class of.hotel men who i -s
know how to/'make, hotel life enjoy- in all new shades ... ,
able and comfortable and this is the '. [ ;: '"1 N : .-
secret of their great success. A
novel. feature of their hotel proposi. t .j :
tion is that, they .own' a. 8ne orange YOUR PATRONAGE HAS ENABLED US TO MAKE GREAT ,

grove! of their own to which their Clark Robertson STRIDES IN ESTABLISHING%IN ORLANDO l,,' .-

. guests have free access and may pluck
the luscious fruit to, their heart's 91"
tent Unlike the majority of Soutnerf II I. Successor to Jerome Palmer & Co. THE PERFECT MARKET w

f hotels' the Altamonte only employs I t . .,,_. I
white help and consequently have a 6I : r

; ,service. that is, unbuassed: _---- -_._. 4 L'.a a.. .. -N 1 VISIT US AND NOTE THE ABSOLUTELY SANITARY ,

*, Messrs Bates &; Son operate the Illilillllillii MMimtMhlHlMIHIiiiii : METHODS WHICH GOVERN OUR HAUDLING OF
r 'XSrawl hotel at Mont Vernon, N. H.. I s
during 'the summer months which enable I
them' to reduce the help problem'to

Many;1' "I1il1 beautiful main. homes border these i Best Meats, Poultry and Game I "

: attractive lakes, and ther eare many If you have ,property to sell "I ,

fine people there but none have con r Satisfactory Accurate Service
Let Jim do it. '
,tributed more to the success and beautifying ,

,of' Altamonte an Mr. N. H. ,
If want
to buy
Fogg, one of the first to discover this you

; beauty! spot and begin its development Let Jim do it. OUR DELIVERY-PROMPT AND RAPID-MEANS YOUR.
and has ever been untiring in PURCHASES DELIVERED WHEN YOU WANT THEM

his .efforts: City and Country Properties Farm
Everybody who's ever been, at, ,
Orlando has ,either visited,.or wanted : Lands Groves and Tracts
to visit Maitland by way of a 'Joy : Look Over this List of Specialties
Ride 'through her beautifully shaded -
j'n', Twenty acres, 10 acres of which is in bearing orange .
streets and around her shy little lakes -
hidden away among .stalwart pines : grove, and balance of 10 acres in timber land, five-room t. PERFECTION ALL-PORK SAUSAGE CHOICE GRAIN FED POULTRY

and lovely orange groves. From Orlando : cottage, located three miles from city, price 300000. ALL VARIETIES OF CHOICE MEATS CHOICE DUCKS AND GOSLINGS .
t Twenty-five acres, 10 acres of bearing 600 '
to Winter Park, Maitland and : grove SELECT OYSTERS FRESH FISH
W trees, five-room house and barn, located on lake front,
>Altamonte Springs is a favorite auto I
four miles from city, price $4,000.00.
B trip and those who are so fortunate :
VThirty acres, 15 acres in grove, 1000 trees, 15 acres
B whe fortunate
those :
and are so
trip ,
of fine farm and vegetable land located on lake front,
I:, ,"wasn't as to make it grand.the trip" invariably exclaim ': four and half miles from city, price $5,000.00. Parlor

But' what about Longwood? : Forty'acres of virgin pine timber land of fine fruit and Market.'i
vegetable land fronting on Lake Conway, four miles from
Well, just Longwood. A large : city price $2,000.00.Twenty .
site I
hotel of most inviting appearance
fc uated among tall pines-so tall that : sub-division.acres of lake front. land near city suitable for ,

you crane your neck at a forty-five : Price$3,800.00.Fortyfive five in H. M. SELF 'i
"degree angle in order to see the tOP3, acres, acres bearing orange grove, :
have 'small house and barn, located at Conway, five miles from
and you your
city, price $1,500.00. No. 18 20 East Pine Street.
to: its, normal position you certainly ? PHONE NO. 80
Five with
acres cottage near city, price $1,500.00
that have Longwood.
feel you seen \
A Three and one-half acres'with twelve-room house located -
T ':Your eye, takes In, the quiet, restful near '
city, price $1,500.00.
and".u take in
surroundings lungs
Twenty acres with bearing grove of 300, trees, small
a of the fresh bal-
goodly:supply pure house and barn, price $2,800,00
i 't salm laden air and you linger longer .
-' ;:;.at, Longwood than you had expected. ,J. F Lte* UUllVf fDJlU/EflDn_ UKll** OFFICE SWREt OVER ORANGEAVENUEMMMItMIMIMMIMmiiMIIMMMIIIIIIIMIMin BLUE DRUG, "' ft'IDIIIIIIIIII'l 'IIIIIII IIIIIIIIIII'1111111111111111111111 IIIIIIOtttlliIJ"

: Jl.* And who has not heard of Lucky i -
,: Sanford? :
' man who has drunk freely from

.jher fountains of flowing water, bathedin r

,.. ) ',her her tables warm spread sunshine with all and'the eaten luxuries at ORUNDOBANK&TRUST O A I COMPANP A

: duce that a may well be eared heard for chanting garden' the can praise pro- THE NEW CASH 'STORE

,of Lucky Sanford. But Sanford is
Capital and Surplus( and Undivided Profits (120,090.00.
,.no place for the,dreamer poetically ,
I inclined., ,It is a field of activities Cor. South and Hughey Sts. Total Resources over Three-quarters of a Million.
where honest toil and well directed
;.. effort receives ample compensation. 'WE BUY FOR CASH AND SELL FOR CASH. WE Report of the Condition of Orlando
J Hundreds of acres''of the richest KEEP ---
AND ' Bank and Trust Co
y Condensed
"" garden.lands in the state- are annually CAN KEEP OUR PRICES DOWN q$
','" planted to truck principally, celery, From Report to ComptrolN

'" and ,lettuce; 'the, income per acre in Our Prone No. is er Feb. 4, 1913

many cases is so large as to seem almost RESOURCESLoans

fabulous. In fact Government And an Order will Have Prompt Attention, and will be and Discounts....$393,161.05

'... Reports would indicate that of all the Delivered to Any Part of the City.D. Overdarfts Of Of Of Of Of Of.. 193.53 -
states in the Union the largest income Z: '" Stocks and Bonds .....'O. 26018.33
,t. ever received from one acre of ground B. RAYBON, Proprietor ORLANDO, FLA. Real Estate, Furniture and

:tJ in one year'was produced at:Sanford. Fixtures ... .'O.'O...'O.. 25,853.44
lThe, many flowing wells so, easily t. z: 4 Cash on hand and in Banks 215,084.83

. obtained in that locality greatly simplifies ..,
the question of irrigation an en.iuvtt 1.11.1i.i .IIJlldll.9lIlJlJlJ!!!!! !! !! !! fiilii'] iFIii.w.Jjil1 il
4 : $660,311.18LIABILITIES
4\ essential to successful, gardening in 4
.. IFl rida. Being located as,its'at the f
: InsuranceBest Capital Stock ..'O.....'.".$100,000.00
i head of navigation of the St. 'John'sriver I Sufplus and Undivided

,t,. ', gives Sanford unexcelled ship- I t' 1'f Profits Of. .:Of...Of Of, 22,832.33 ..hi
ping facilities" as it is well supplied Deposits ..... .
Of. Of. 'O. 537,418.85i
with railroads as well Companies a i __ 'O.
Modern homes and business houses,

$. paved streets, substantial school ,and Lowest Rates $660,311.18i i "i.
V church buildings, railroad shops, .+ invite the attention of our customers
t splendid hotels, electric plant, an ice Honest Losses Promptly and friends to our statement '
plant, in fact,every, thing that enters: above and wish to assure them that
... into an up to date city is found in Adjusted and Paid we appreciate their, patronage and ';
is. ,Sanford.. '' ask for a continuance of same.

i Orlando, the'Hub of Orange county,, , w ,. Don't forget that our deposits are
is proud of Sanford with her enterprising T ; _,. insured. '
1 and thrifty citizens. Here's to s. Y. Way I A cordial invitation is extended to I

you,. Lucky Sanford., Long'may you< visitors in our city to call and open
live and prosper. Stales Gownaent,Side ad Centy Depository. an account with ni.I .
Phone 172. 23 South Orange. Ave. L
": Gary's fine new $30,000 school .pI
(3 ., 0-0 ii ii
'?\ building ,will be completed and ,ready r
t for use in'time for,school to open next
f fall ih&rffi, MMMMMIttHMMMIM; I

- i s. B. McKAY
J' Auburndale took a half holiday Fri.dar Oscar Hand I CONTRACTOR AND
the occasion being the dedication
i;: of the public dock on Lake ..Ari7 t Superintend All Work.
.. 'PIl\e STREGT DeL 4NEY DRUGCOMPANY Prices That Are an
ana.The corner stone of Catholic Successors to & Hand Inducement.All '

church at Palm Beach was laid -- - ..' _. - ._. .-.-- -- -- -- a Work Guaranteed. Z

'. last SundaIt . ' .
.1111111..i. FULL LINE OF COMPLETE |

is Understood.that Kissimmee 'is ,QUICK DELIVERY.
SANITARY FRANK'HYERS, I ,I II When you' get through reading ,the n
;makin [wrong effort to have askirt 1 PIPE CONNECTION I i ,Manufacturer of Artificial, usti 4 Watkins Building Sentinel, mail it to some friend or
facto there. I
| Stone,, Fancy Columns and COME IN AND SEE icquaintance at a'distance.Yery of
bOard -' \ | Ornamental Work I @ Phone 678. ten this brings 'a new settler; .
The Air Line railroadhas
--euf J
) Absolutely Sanitary and used :! '
about c mPleted; heir depot at Bar- : 1 Jefferson St. at Railroad .
-,towand p4n'trainsabputthe' .. by all good plumbers, IT I WANTED-Clean Cotton _Rags. tliSwfeeiOflce. : Subscribe. for the SentineL. Now is *

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+ A map of a "National Highways
System" has'been issued by, the Nat- I
oT Werestte W.ei ional Highways Association which .. :. ,

shows, at a glance, the existing and (

DLRIIOlI NUMBOB-eOCIETY. EDITOR contemplated highways with which it
tOOct Note M Vrfinrt Nufer, HiariCLLL is proposed network the entire :, > ..
Union. C \
: NOTICB-NotiMB for the Social *nd Woman's Department tan becomukatcd toJ
to the .Society Editor br either,of the above telephone Mill The map-maker of the associationhas XL
i written. sodas to the Society Editor'taN Sentinel. Notim. of social function included in the system the proposed -
a ,etab muHini duuth gitberinp and other Items of social interest should be State highways for Florida. The .
i telephoned to this department as soon as they occur in order that their news ,
may shows'ne highway leading from
Taloebe not impaired. -
Jacksonville to Miami, one from Jeck-}! I

. ville to Pensacola, and a third from I PANAMA CANAL .4: '
Jacksonville to' Tampa, extending to -
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;r AND SANITATION I At Jacksonville, these highways EXPOSITION i

4 9 Orlando Always Attracts People. of connect with the national highway

,: Large Audience Heard, Splendid Ad Good Taste. system, as planned, joining the Flor-
7 ,drew on nil Subject By Dr. Mrs. Rogers, with Mr. Wiggins, ida system to the roads extending to POSTAGE STAMPS
the East, the Middle West and the
Giesel the "explorer of the air, who attracted s
A large audience gathered in th much attention during the West. At Pensacola, there is another ", "\c-1 '

Orlando ,Opera house Thursday nigh!t fair by his wonderfully successful connection, with the Alabama sys- ,: ,
to listen to.the lecture by Dr.. Giesel!, flights in Mrs. Rogers' biplane, were tem and with the highway which,is i

.i( who'had been requested by the ladies s I welcome callers in the Sentinel office to extend'via New Orleans through can be .secured later on. i
4 ;g .of the Civic Improvement Society to I Thursday evening. They are so much Texas to the Pacific Coast and thence >at the Post Office but at

talk to the people of this city on thE pleased with Orlando that they have completing the circuit of the countryvia present they can only be
subject of "Municipal Housekeeping g returned to the city after a brief business Seattle, Butte, Minneapolis, Chi- secured at the -. ,
and Sanitation." trip to Lakeland, and will remain cago, joining the Atlantic Coast high- I

She first paid her respects to Orlando . here several days. way at New York.
and said that she was happy to be Mr. Wiggins; just previous to the The map reveals at a glance .what 1
c ; .here again. And thanked the people! Orange County Fair, spent several a wonderful advantage this system of
for the_home feeling that prevailed, weeks in Tampa, and did some novel highways would be to Florida. It
c Her arguments for city sanitationwere work there. Having been requested would make this state and every sec- TIE[ PEOPLES[ NATIONAL BANI A
tion of it
unanswerable, and appealed to by a grocery concern to deliver some easy of access to the auto- .
every body as reasonable and rational goods by aeroplane, Mr. Wiggins was mobilists of every other state in the
so skillful as to drop one package Union. It would put Florida into a Tile U-lo-JIIe-MiRole Baak" ,
:. 't She dwelt on the importance of within three feet of the house for great system of roads of almost equal
cleanliness of handling provisions and which it was intended. For some time value to the railroads, so far as the where I

a especially meats and breads, and past aviators have been striving to upbuilding of the state is concerned.
t showed the, importance of knowing gain proficiency in dropping articles From Boston, or New York, or Chicago Ills a pleasure to serve your every requireaent
who handled these before they came from the flying machine to a target or St. Louis or Denver, or San
onto .your table and how they werehandled. placed on the ground. Simple as it Francisco, or Spokane, Florida could .4,.4r
She. Asserted, that tubercular sounds, this is a feat well nigh impos- be reached by automobile and would .
diseases were very often trans. sible to accomplish, for in the attempt naturally be included in all touring
ferred by impure and diseased meats.: wind currents, rate of speed plans by individuals or associations.-
r That to often cattle were killed and and location all have to be taken into Tampa Tribune. .

,placed in the ,market that were unfit consideration and the aviator having I
for'the table. placed his drop within thirty feet of Methodist
She showed the danger that lurkedin the target is' thought rather success- Rev. Dr. J. E. Wray, Pastor. .
dirt,and,dust that will accumulatein ful. Sunday School, 9:45, C.. E. Howard, ..cCR .,
1 (
,cooking rooms if great care is not Supt.
.exercised. That dangerous and deadly DR. CAROLYN GEISEL. Preaching by the Pastor, 11. .
.. dissiminater of germs, the fly and Preaching By the Pastor, 11. Sub- I
: the fever. messenger, the mesquito, On looking over the Chautauqua ject, "One Who Wanted the World."
were ably disposed of in her arguments program Dr. Geisel discovered that, Anthem, "Still With Thee," Nevin
.for good health. by some mistake, the subjects an- Male quartette, "The Day of Rest,"
'She said, that housekeepers should nounced for her were the same on Nevin.
insist on knowing where their meats which she lectured here last season. Epworth League, 6:30. H A. Hoff-I- .

came. from and then drove the question As she does not wish to repeat her- ner, President. -
home: "Who inspects 'your self, she has given the following list Preaching by the Pastor, 7:30, Sub-
meats?" Who does in Orlando, or in of subjects on which she will lecture ject "Individual Responsibility.
the state of Florida? It was evident next week: Music i I
,throughout the entire lecture that she 1st. "Pigs Is Pigs." Anthem, "Seek ye the Lord* '

had-an audience that Was in sympathy' 2nd. "Alcohol and the Man Him- Nevin.Male quartette, "The, Close of Day," !JJS cRo !
'with her views and she was roundly self."
Solo "He Shall "
Feed His
applauded several -tim s. 3rd. ,"What to Wear and How to Flock
Wear It." and "Come Unto Him," Mrs. C. R. .
Hinchman Cleveland Ohio.
r CONCORD PARK 4th. "The Home Care of Hus I
The Concord Park Improvement bands." Mid-week Prayer Service, Wednesday .
League-met at the' Rest_ Room Wed 5th. "Race Degeneracy." 7:30 p. m.
+ nesday afternoon. The treasurer reported 6th. "Efficiency, a Sixcord, Cable." Meeting of the Board of Stewards
Wednesday, 8.15 m. Are jamming and packing
; -W a balance of six dollars in the p. our
; treasury after all bills were,paid. WILL BEGIN SUNDAY Everybody cordially invited to these

1 The ladies of this club have built services. store now taking ; advantage of the

a rest room which,is used every Sun- Tickets are now on sale for the fifth I ,
day afternoon for Sunday School and annual Chautauqua which begins on i iI First Baptist Church
',Friday evenings for prayer meeting.It Sunday, March 2, at the Orlando Opera Preaching Sunday at 11 a.'m., 7:30p. great Shoe acrifice as shown by
is also nice for tourists walking out I : House On the program are sev- m. by Dr. Kerr Boyee Tupper. I .

to_ the.Park to sit for a while and rest eral artists who"aft'well known and Morning subject, "The Bible's Transcendent
'and.enjoy the beauties of, Lake Dot. liked, having appeared other years, Ideals." Subject for even-
.rz This Lake is ,also being improved by while the majority of the performers ing, "The Bible's Unapproachable
the club by planting palms around it. :I will be new to Orlando audiences. Teachings." The lid Ta Prices
Bible School at 9:30 Otto Lynk,
Officers for the ensuing year' were Among them are Bishop Vincent, ,
elected as follows: Mrs. A. A. Morey, 'founder of the Chautauqua movement Supt.
president; Mrs. W. Weds, vice-presi. ,,who will speak twice; and Miss Junior Baptist Union'at 6:30 p. m. ,

dent; Mrs. Worthley secretary and Thirza Mosher, soprano. Everybody cordially invited. I.
A. Harris, treasurer. The club will Old favorites are Dr. Carolyn Gei Strangers are especially welcome. ,
have a working picnic Friday to im- sel, Miss Jeanette Kling, reader Miss.
'prove the grounds around the rest Gay Zenola McClaren, reader",and'>r the Unitarian Church Our entire Stock of Shoes marked

room.and lay out .a croquet ground. Goshen Band Unitarian, Church, corner Central
There are ten houses under con- avenue and West street
down to the Limit of Reduction for j '
, struction at present in Concord Park. CATHEDRAL CHURCH OF ST. Rev. Eleanor E. Gordon, :minister. )
= Oliver A. Brown and Frank Price; LUKE. Subject of morning sermon, ."Our l
of Red 'Bank, New Jersey, have purchased 10:30 a. m., morning prayer and Thought of God. At 4 o'clock in the
lots on Lake Dot. sermon. 7:30 p. m., evening prayer afternoon Miss Gordon will speak on QUICK STOCK REDUCTION
1 4 and sermon. The first Sunday in the the need of social centers in small
,, PARTIES AT' THE PRETTY TEAROOM month being:the date for Dean Spen- towns.
cer's visitation*;to Longwood, Rev. All are cordially invited to these
The Civi League Tea Room on Orange R. P. Cobb will conduct the morn- services. The stock must be reduced $1pr

avenue has proven a most popu- ing service. Unity Circle, Wednesday afternoonat ,
S _r: lar place for informal gatherings and 3 o'clock. Paper by Mrs. E. H. 000,00 in two weeks. Our RED TAG
hardly a day passes but some pleas- THE GAME IN TAMPA. McNeill on Ralph Waldo Emerson.
' ant social 'affair is held there. Tampa, Fla.:, Feb. 28.-The game
Mrs. E. W. Bourne, a guest at Duke today between the Chicago Cubs and CATHOLIC CHURCH. SALE PRICES will meet that end.

Hall, invited ten friends to lunch with the Tampa team was won by.the Cubs Mass, 7 a. m. Mass, 10 a. m.. Ben- x
; .
,her at the tea, room on Thursday. .: by a score of 12 to 4. Tampa showed ediction, 7:30 p. m. All cordially in-

After the dainty repast, the merry [:up in poor form, but considering their vited.

,party lingered to exchange jokes and, drst game, with tHe American Dont miss this opportunity. Nothing reserved.
tell stories, and much amusement waa 'i leaguers, they did remarkably well. Subscribe for The Sentinel .

had visitor over composing the writing one of line.a poem.. each I: Shoes for, everybody. Join the crowd to-day for your

-In the evening, Mrs. T. H. Thompson Talk share of the big ,Shoe'values at
entertained with progressive Five
Hundred. About thirty-quests enjoyed -
the interesting games and the

Y ,sandwitches, ice-cream: cake and coffee E.G DUCKWORTH'SShoe

deliciously prepared and prettily Nobody likes the man who talks too'much. :
.served by Mrs Van Ness. .
z Part of our service is to sell goods that. speak

. RUSSELL'S POINT for themselves. VALUE-.-That's our cardinal ;> '
,r A number of new homes have been < Storec )

,built near Russell's Point out.on' the principle ;' value to you in every item, in every

ApopkaThe, structures road.- are 'all, modern 'attractive business day, to see that. for your money we .

buildings and ,the:;yards nicely give value-better value, if possible, than :anywhere "
kept The,five or six families who
else. We're it when we so.
doing say,
r..' occupy these. pleasant homes are from ,
, !various points'in'the north,,and they

e:t .k .' "_ :Jat area one. happy'-of., .the>lot, pretty; This,;suburbs is:just:becoming of:.Or. McCUII'o Ws Depafflent Store1e. ., < I'' r JLLL l r l ,I

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