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: March 4, 1913
Frequency: daily (except monday)
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando
Coordinates: 28.533611 x -81.375833 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1913.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 1, no. 269 (Dec. 20, 1913).
General Note: J.F. Schumann, editor.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 4 (Feb. 14, 1913).
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Source Institution: University of Central Florida: Florida Digital Newspaper Library
Holding Location: University of Central Florida: Florida Digital Newspaper Library
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002075051
oclc - 34297092
notis - AKR3406
lccn - sn 96027192
System ID: UF00087112:00081
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Related Items: South Florida sentinel
Succeeded by: Morning sentinel

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Special, to the Sentinel
Special to The &nttneLWashington Special
: There is a rumor afloat founded to the Sentinel
( Washington, D.:C., March 3.-Pres.. D. C., March 3.-The "TURNED DOWN'-BAIKS AT THE TRUTH. good authority, that the United, States on Mexico City, March .-President
dent Wilson1
cabinet, was completed Huerta
' ,official world 400" and diplomaticcorps government, has appointed Dean L. left the National Palace tiii
t;" .i th morning: and announced this afternoon I paid homage at tea hour to the -- .-.'-... I I A. Spencer, of this city, special com- afternoon as 1 o'clock, accompanied

', by Joseph P., Tumulty, who ,new Presidential family on their ar. missioner to the Seminole Indiansof by his two aides to take luncheon at {

f tomorrow; becomes. Secretary to,President rival 'at Shoreham, where they spent When the people of the proposednew of liquors the indictment must allege I' Florida. This is one of the most home. This simple method of locomotion f

.ti Wilson. The announcement was I the night. Among the first to greet county were seeking after the that an election had been held in the important appointments that has has not been favored by any

made one hour before the. arrival of i them were I Speaker Clark, wife and truth as to whether or not the new* county pursuant to the law providingfor come to Florida in years. president of Mexico for over half a

t thcftesident- the hotel. I daughter, Geneveve. county, if one were established, would i the putting in force of the local The Interior department is anxiousto century.

: Only three organization men sei' John' A. and Joseph Wilson went be wet or dry, competent 'and disinterested option clause of the constitution.In get these remnant tribes of the The President was soon recognized a

;; 'McAdoo.cured positions. : Bryan, Daniels and out in automobiles to greet the Wil- : attorneys made an investigation -t Butler vs. State, 25 Fla., 347; 6 Seminoles together and establish themin and received a tremendous ovation for

I son party. Wilson entered the corridor i and reported their findings of So. 67, the Supreme Court, speaking useful occupations. To this end the three blocks, when the crowd grew sa

: Secretary of State-William J. BryI escorted by CoL Cosby and Lieutenant I the law which showed that a new through Chief Justice Raney, held Special Commissioner is appointedwho thick and dense that he was compelled \ r
of Nebraska.
t an, I Timmons, of Taft's personal county under the constitution of Flor- : that an allegation that the local op will have the care and oversightof to call a taxicab to complete the jour.

Secretary of War-Lindley Garrison staff and CoL Birch.. Mrs. Wilson was ida is born wet and before it can be tion article is in force in the county these wards of the government and ney.

I-t* ,'of New Jersey.of the I escorted by Secretary Joseph P. Tu made dry the people'must vote it dry.'t 1: must be proved. I his recommendations will govern in all Cot Juis Barron left tonight for 7

14.Daniels Secretary of North Navy-Josephus multy.As That report bf attorneys findings was ,I J. J., DICKINSON. matters pertaining to their welfare. San Luis Potosi with a thousand men I 1
Carolina. they appeared the crowd broke presented to the Sanford Herald, and i February 14th, 1913. The appointment is becomingas I to pursue several bands of the rebel
of the
"} McAdoo Secretary of New York.Treasury-William into cheers ,and shoved politely for- Mr. Holly refused to publish it. The l The foregoing statement or colla I the Episcopal Church, of Florida that are still making trouble in that i

f ward. Wilson bowed deeply as a tribute report and the comment follows herewith ', tion of the laws and the constitutional i under the direction of Bishop Gray vicinity. The Barron reports tin i

; of Attorney,New York.Secretary General-J.. C. Reynolds, and Mrs. Wilson's face was : I I provisions of the State covering the has done more for these Indians than states of Micocham and Guanajuato ;;

of the Interior Franklin I wreathed in a happy smile. They!! Sanford Herald: Much has been, question therein embraced was pre any other agency, and Dean Spencer now absolutely quiet. !
took the elevator to their apartments and is being, said concerning the status -II pared after an agreement that it possesses the personal traits and qualifications
Lane of California.
K.Post-master, General-Albert S.,immediately. of a new county, when created,I!' would be published as indicated. The I that make him especially ROLLINS COLLEGE AGAIN DEFEATED :f,

The Misses Wilson received no less with reference to the Local Option statement was accepted for suited to the place. STETSON TEAM. :;
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\\Burl of Texas. j
j t .' of Commerce-William I an ovation than their parents as'they clause of the Constitution of the State, tion of the 14th day of pUblica-I Mr. Spencer's parishoners will regret f

':C..Secretary Redfidd of New York. J|were escorted in their passage through regarding the sale of intoxicating liq. on the 19th day of February, same to learn that it will be necessaryto DeLand, March 1.-In another dose

Secretary, of Agriculture: Davis S. tbn:<(crowd by their cousin,''John Wil.sonf uors. there seems a variance in the not having been published, an offer, Ice] his services, but will rejoice and interesting baseball game bere .-:
Mrs. .Wilson was most tastefully views to whether was made to for its at''' this afternoon the Rollins team
'.Houston of Missouri. expressed, as a new pay publication |to learn of this recognition of his college
7! -- 'Secretary, .Labor-William B. dressed in a black velvet tailored county, when created, is wet or dry.' regular advertising rates,' and have II'II'I I ability and integrity. defeated Stetson by the small score .

: 'Wilson 'of:Pennsylvania.: suit Misses Wilson were also hand Every one is, of course, anxious to I it marked "Advertisement. Again on]I The Sentinel voices the sentimentof of 4to 3. :a

: 'Wilson, exhibited profound indifference somely gowned. arrive at a just, definite, and cor 'February 26th, by request it was'1: the community when it says con Up until the seventh inning the ls> '!

to what anybody Colonel Cosby and Lieutenant Tim rect conclusion respecting such mat|I again delivered for publication, butno gratulaions, and God be with you, cal performers had the visitors play ::'
said or mons returned to the Shoreham laterin ters of importance.The { publication has been made. : to Dean Spencer. ing an uphill game, but in that inning -
about the:advisors he selected. And .
a huge white house automobile to writer has discussed this question I I If the statement is a correct one, I the Masonites started their I
those who and talked to him
*: that saw.e'wu about as'immune gathered to: escort,Mr. Wilson and wife to call on with a number, after it has been f' why shcfild there be objections to publishing -I'I ASSOCIATED CHARITIES. romping and managed to push four r

: .' the President and Mrs. Taft at the raised, but has declined to expressan it. If it be found not correct tallies acoss home plate during the '
opinion Bryan
.' he any was to that of,the might average express as in i White House. Mrs. Wilson was, opinion on the matter, and does there certainly could be none save I'L l An interesting meeting was held last three innings of play. It was tie
: man
the ,street, smartly gowned for this occasion in.along j t 1not intend to express one now. In on the part of the one preparing it, yesterday morning at the home of costly errors of Willard and Snedigar .
black trained 60fI1 of chiffon last week's issue of as its defects could be pointed out that paved the for
Bryan remained in'his at the t your paper ap Mrs. S. E. Ives by a committee of 1 ladies way a victory for j
',WUlard" hotel all'the afternoon: and' over; satin and a. black picture hattrimmed t f pears what seems to be an opinion and the responsibility 'placed on the from the Civic League to consider the Winter Park athletes. Smith dil $

r eveningin a gloomy mood, and 'hadledjje with gold plumes. Her coat 1 from.Attorney General West, without 1 author of it. It cannot be said thatit I plans for an organization, whichwill the pitching for the local school and \

na ; of_-mttlte-upof cabinet was .a handsome one of lack satin more. It is not .intended to question is nobody's business, because the probably be known as the "As his work up until the seventh inning

[n than'statesmen; .who were, guessing,heavily:,brocaded in gold. the correctness of: one occupying so I public has a very material?nterest 'm sociated'cfi ritfe;" was admirable, but during the last

about the corridors. not'' high a position in the affairs of th elan t questions effecting the public welfare ,I i This is to be a branch of the Civic third of the battle his curves were

',. 'tted,to make any Bryan protest was against. t l l. SUFFRAGETTES' PARADE State; but as all, appear interested,I and none are more able, or have; League and will endeavor to provide not nearly as effective as during the

cAd, , friends, had, asked,him to''j l and they have a right-to be, it seems better right, to pass judgment upon.in a systematic way for the relief of early stage of the game and consequently ;
'- not out of to from the .such questions, than the people who the Rollins boys took adnnt-
', In fact, he. wasn't:invited. into Special to the SentinelWashington I II place quote con I persons needing and deserving aid.
-..tJie' presence of Wilson at all to.1 I D. C., March 3.-Never _-' stitution and laws of the State cover- are to be effected. i The 'need of some such movementhas l age of the golden opportunity and began

sight When asked late tonight'if in, the history of the country has ing this subject, that each may judgefor The author of the statement, as all been felt by all who have had to pound the pill until the large

he +expected .to.protest to 'Wilson con,1 I the National Capitol been the scene, himself. know, has stood aloof from taking any "charity" work at heart in the various end of the score was on their side. '

cerning'McAdoo, Bryan replied ,that of such'a demonstration: as was given I Article XIX of the Constitution of part in the question now having the church societies of our town, and the Rose was the slabman who worked

.he didn't know whether he'd'see Wil- I here this afternoon when thousands of the State provides that :the County foremost place in the minds of most different clergymen here have unitedin for the winners. He did not pitch

ion or'not 'women in the suffragettes parade Commissioners of each county shall, of our people, but has repeatedly said expressing their warm approval of what you might call brilliant ball, I .. .,

t.I ... f fought their way inch by inch down upon' proper application, call an elec that the matter was a pure business this movement but he was steady ,at every stage ol
Pennsylvania avenue through a mob tion in the county in which such appli. i proposition, not from any personal;;I; Mrs. John Fuller is the very able the game. It made no difference elf \

,COLD IN OHIO. of hooting and jeering men and boys, cation is made, to decide whether the i point of view, but from the standpoint chairman of the committee having this the bases were occupied or not, he continued -'

... '- which the handful of police were un- sale of intoxicating liquors, wines or i of all to be effected, conjunctively.''''matter in charge. to serve his benders to the batters -

;;-Speeid. Mansfield to the,Sentinel Ohio, March_ 2.-Interurban able to restrain. beer shall be prohibited therein, and 'I Every privilege carries its correspond. I It is hoped that the clergymen of as he did when defeat was staring

.cars in and,out of Mansfield were Such is the feeling expressed by that the Legislature shall provide ing obligation or price, and it is im- I town, together with a representative, him in the face and when finally the

.;fanning.far,behind their, schedule many speakers at Contintental Hall, necessary laws to carry out the pro- possible to compare the two and come each from the Elks, County Commissioners current changed during the latter part '$
;' Thursday afternoon and evening an where a mass meeting was held following vision of said article. to a just conclusion, unless both havebeen I Board of Trade and the City of the contest he did not get excited t

alw early'this morning, because o f t the parade. Provision for the putting in force clearly and correctly stated. Council, will co-operate with an ex- but kept pitching prudently until the

/%the snow, sleet. and ice. The rain 1 Dr. Anna ,Shaw made an appeal to of this article is found in Section 1209-I j I What prosecutor, or what litigant in:ecutive committee of earnest, active last batter was called out by the umpire .

.and.sleet. froze on'the:, trolley ,wiresI the women present who represent ev. 1217, inclusive, of the General Statu. court, would have the right to shut I women to form an,Advisory Board. in the final roundUp
I and the tracks and the big cars couldnos I ery state in the union to write letters utes. his jury up in a dark room,draw his This proposed organization is to be until the Rollins college visit U

., :'secure enough power to make: of protest against the lack of protection -. Sections, 3556-3564, inclusive, of the verdict and submit it to them for approval I absolutely non-sectarian, and, while this city the Stetson team had a cleaa y

scheduled time. The Southwestern( afforded the marchers today, General Statutes cover matters relating and signature, without their its beginning must be on'a small scale, slate. They had met and defeated

'limited was several hours behind d to their congressmen and senators. to the prosecution and punish- first having the opportunity of hear.I I jit is hoped that it may win the needful several clubs, but the visitors have

schedule,while the city cars had'trou- Insulting remarks were' directed at ment for the sale of liquors in such ing the evidence upon which such verdict -I interest and co-operation which killed all chances for the locals finishing

,l We;in the evening running on time. the women all along the two miles of counties as have voted against their: is based. In all matters effect-I may enable it to prove a true benefit the season with a perfect record.
march. Banners were spat upon, ban I ing the public welfare, those to be One of several features under consideration In both games that the Rolling col I -
sale.Section ,effected: occupy the position of jurors, is the lege team played in this city they dis "
; ner holders were torn from the. handsof 3968 of the General Stat- : employment of a ,dis
;.GAMBLING. ,AT WEST ,PALMlEACH' 'the women and broken. utes provides the form of an indictment sitting in judgment, upon their oaths,strict nurse. played great ability and it will tab f
BE STOPPED. administered when they qualified asj I a club that is well trained to the .
,. .,., Many intoxicated visitors added to for selling liquors in counties l get
: electors, a,true verdict to render, after large end of the score when
t daI' tots Sentinel the distressing situation by word and voting against their sale, which formis BOARD OF TRADE they
5e.: :Tallahassee, March 3.With.refer- presence.A as follows: hearing all the evidence; and the evidence -I tackle the Winter Park boys for they
We 'to the should be clearly and correctlyset -' have several good hitters and
[ agitation in Palm Beacheounty In the Name of the State of Florida About dozen and plenty
a a half of Orlando
") concerning the alleged. existeaee'at + NEW DOCTOR IN TOWN : 'In..COurt of ....State of forth without equivocation or res- citizens met in How. of team work. The following is the

Palm Beach; Fla.,'of ta' gam- - Florida. ... .Term, A. D., 19,.:The ervation. Who has the right to pre-, ard's and elected secretary batteries and score by innings:
: the verdict and ask gallery officers for Rollins ... .... ... ,
Wing house or dub in which gambling The grand,jurors of the State of ,Florida, pare popular ,, that I the ..000000310-4(
: wild girations of Dr. Howell it be and before coming year. Stetson ... ..... ..
is alleged to be, extensively, engaged enquiring in and for the body of the approved signed, the ...010 200 000-1
Col J. N. Bradshaw
morning put people j elected
yesterday on en- was
i :Ja, considered. Who has the right tojshut ; Beardall for Rollins Rose
i and Governor Park Trammel has or- present that..late of the county ; : and White..
had met of which tary.:
Doctor opposition .
|o 4ered-- the, sheriff of Dade county to< he'wiD sit up (very often) and take of.. .. ., did, on or about the.. ...,. out when or the exclude case is relevant being tried.testimony I II The principal part of the time of the

.investigate.",- 'it notice. And while the new comer is day of. .....unlawfully engage in,and The'ancient Arabs used to thatth meeting was consumed in discussing AT THE LUCERNE THEATER I
J say
I only a ten pounder, the doctor will carry on the business of a dealer in world would be sustained four [t the matter of dues, some believing -
by ]
r WEATHER OUTLOOK, dance more times and 'more willinglyto liquors (at or in)... .. .(town or pre things "The of the that dues ought to be graduated all The Mexican Spy, in two reels w3k
; learning wise
.' is the wishes of this new boy that has cinct) in election precinct number... the justice' of the ;:the 'way from .|5 to $25. be at the Lucerne' theater tonight
tM ; great the
to UN Sentfceit prayers
.::'s gton, March l-Tair, Tues- come into his home than he has ever of said 'county, which said (precinctor of. the good, ,and the :valor 'of,the This question was discussed from This is undoubtedly one of the finest -

-:.;:morning, probably; followed by done before in his life. .county' )had voted against'the sale brave. ." What When the learned!I i every angle and the matter was left feature pictures we have ever presented -
father and mother of said liquors; contrary to the 'Stat- a aDO !as it : namely to our patrons. One in which -
mottled and.,somewhat colder, at ,Congratulations longer speak: wisdom, when. the;| : was, $10 for- member yot
'pigh. There: is little probability of Howell,*and "Blessings on the little ute in such cases made and providedand great, to:be.jest, must give ,self-con-j I ship. will' have to see to know all
the and of "
aHfcer,rain, 'or snow., ',Temperature man,'" is. the,message. from the Sentinel against of Florida.peace dignity' demnation, when'the good,pray at the 1!I 'A Timely Rescue., a sensational
the State
wag the day will be moderate,'probably Section 3656 of-the General ,Statutes alter\of.' Baal;.aad,when,,the,valor.of AT: THE GRAND' THEATER TONIGHT. drama, by Lubin.
: ... Matinee 3:30 to 5
I m. Night
.. in the forties., "Whe&16 the bm*: ,lade before the ;power I : "
' provides: ,sell*, or eau* to 10
,'7. -_ EUGENE HUNTIN AUTO,- ACCI-. :-to be..sold any's spintaeag viaoosor 'of;truth;<.What!.. ,to,;,serves;beet I, Italia, Amerian'Dno, singing and p.
es ,: ,, Mandolin 'and 10 cents.
WNFBDBaUTE. VETERAN DEAD DENT. ; : ' who ,deie&: to,be:true,:_ .a lOL res
c l j'-'lt, liquors, in any,eenaty. r"precinct 'Strenuous c Entire balcony 5 cents to all
> .I safeJyUed, who lear to L\1 IA: .Courtship,'....,.,.CorCotes
....r tM B.u..L Special.ta ,ate 3 nttml- wfckh has:voted again. *' 1M'aI- : Invincible Sleath ... ... ... ,Everyday a feature day at,the LuCerne > a
laltigh, ,N. ,O;; March .k-Cipts .A raesagVfrom: 'Miami) :late yetter-: of.;sfwb" tiqpen' "pnder''the, ,.pnvisioaeofArtWe . J", ._ ,, 'Comedy. -,
Smith',,'.dedgner of the' Confederate day: to Mrs,,Eugene Hunt, announced IDC,of the C: sfcitK of ''\, ,The Skull .(Featuring Florence Turner I

_;....aajfcaly, at.hU'hoae' :here that M.Hunt had been seriously. 'hurt- fee Stele el Ffariat. atatt be- putt: *}] ";NO' .:.GAME-. ;YMHWBAY._ : ") -t. ..!"".....,..' ........VitagTaph BASE BALL ,TODAY.
fete, today. In an auto.went"foil for Mrs.. 'Hunt by'.iMd M.lrt .. oseg"' ,The pre ef irkali.i toat l I'I', Dr sa% The- ban

}Tke: Captain' 'was in his eightieth' to ,come' on first. team. .The ,ffeee4 jw1r-'; tics ,,'',e>teeeibg' "-1 I....:.... sd':rK- .." .- ...1 The.Masker ,Cop ..:;.. ....Biograph ball this afternoon in Winter," Part "A

year. dt menage pine atyiaf.hk condition net ::: 'IIa I' ta*,.Mr.Gma*;WtnteateriateeawiattotWhtterteaaiM..... wiM r"c' Biograph between Rollins and Sutherland 'eeL ,t -

';. ,. so ,aerieae" .,' bat- .;, aM'oajtot"train.It _. :.' II. Fiav.;:8 Sri Vii,,.._slst.;.. ." .- ;i Comedy.. leges that all locals, of the national, .

.Tie third anneal BSOe..CeafereaM I is..lean* .that<',tttf;'last.-aweeai.waa &.,'. If L'c- Iri.' -, . t' ;$ ; __ . game' should,see- A
|.-.aieh' b.aelfeff<>a..tea-days': : !seaatenStaart fer. '*-ae' ,.frarpM'rf" ,;aBariaf;;; exctoBW < .-.IwIIee. HHiltJIaaVfe, lac la mlat in tine... -,- t _:TWt-baby show;is for Dade coaaty

,:it_ leg'very:taeeesefel *.: Mn.;B8t.,left.ist08tir Ifiaa .. .... woes ,,. .or w. tit:biiisitNU Toariet"--MiiI Metrop.fc' Keflen, Staffed*,'aad, 'Anetfi ka* .
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iPENING:OF THE NEW MARKETS hands, and be content; so may some} The Lake City Index says: ,"At last I
*'f' - ', judges But if the American people I i new Government Building is assuredfor

4 f ,,, :With the opening of,',the Panama have characteristic. more marked, j Lake City." The building win
r canal there will ',open new markets than another, it is-a.devotion to.:effectiveness certainly be a great addition to that

.led Florida will, profit more by this which will not long tolerate :pretty town.
fanany State' in the Union. Much such supine helplessness in goy BARGAIN I BARGAIN I BARGAIN I IWe

.if;the product will go out through theSouthern ernment;

-gateway instead of the LJ. Mustaro
;; :Speaking of the Chamber of Commerce take pleasure in announcing to Ladies and Childrens Ready to

.. of Savannah, Ga.,' about, mar- Taft, March 2.-Miss Anna Davey TIE CilRWWISl the people in Orlando and vicinity wear hats from 50c up.
'Jets that will,,be developed through ,that our line of Spring and Summer Ladies Rain Coats, Regular $5.00
: of Chicago, Ill., is here visiting }her Manicure
Shampoo, Merchandise
which is arriring daily kind, now $2.98. Childrens
jfe completed Panama canal,, Mayor mother, Mrs. J. E. Tracey.J. RainProof
4 larry ,D.,Reed, of Waycross, Ga., de .H. Paige, daughter Edna and Mr. Face and Scalp Massage. such as Dry Goods Clothing, Shoes, Capes .from $1.98 up.
i lai crtbe business which will result Hats, Millinery, Ready to Wear Hats, Ladies Washable Skirts, all styles
Brown of New York
< A. city, were Parlor over Dickson& Ives store the Styles Shown varied .
from the Panama, canal wil be just are enough from $1.24 up. -
the winter home ,
looking over propo- corner Orange and Central
Bee other business-the: one who to suit the tastes of every one, and Ladies and Children's Coats and
any col
sition at Sand Lake and Prosper Avenues.
the the prices are in keeping with every Suits at Surprisingly low Prices.purdlasers j
t goes after it will get it He said lands Friday. I .
a" .t1 that solicits,this,business and en. ony J. H. Barklow was in Orlando lues. I SPECIAL idea of economy. Calicos 5c per yard. .
;c araxes'In exchange of, trade rela- t iMiitmmititmiiiMiiCARTER'S DURING French Gingham lOc per yard. I'

ions .with, markets io'be developed day.W.. E. Murphy was at the winter FAIR Shoes WEEK.for Men To accomodate the trade we give
Ladies, Misses and
iy 'the",canal,are the cities that will home at Sand Lake Wednesday.C. away nice china ware for premiums
Children in all and
"Jenefit; while the cities'that,are idle E. Thiery and J. R. Elliott, of styles colors high everybody who trades with us. We
and low cut, to suit the taste of every &
Iild'wait will find themselves in ex- Guarantee Satisfaction. or
your mon.
Kissimmee; stopped in town over NEW STORE 'body.. All Shoes will sell at FIFTEEN .
': Ktiy the same fix as the merchant night on their way to Sanford with a PER CE.'T OFF. ey' refunded.
.: ,the does not,advertise. aftSf Come and conrice yourself.
: motor boat which they are going to.. Ladies Shirt Waists and Middy
? Regarding: what Savannah may do take to Jacksonville. In Highland Grove I Blouses of styles from 98c Your Trade will be Appreciated.
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profitably with reference to securing
New Fresh Stock of Staple Ladies Dresses from 98c up. Men's Straw Hats from 23c up.
Business with the, new markets, Mayor
,Peed. said: Callahan is somewhat of a manu-! Groceries. Our Expense is Childrens Dresses from 48c up. Men's Alpaca Coats from $UO up. i
facturing town, and can be justly. Low and our Prices Low.
"I believe it is .a big enough sub-
classed in this list, as we have four We Deliver to Any Part
yet to justify the.creation'. of a spe- ,
sal:commission or the employment of brick manufacturers two sawmills. of the City. A Telephone Earner's New .
Order to 325 will get the York
'sperts to study everywhere the subct' and two turpentine stills-all within

., from the standpoint of Savanasks a mile of town.-Callah Leader. Goods. .

,future, including the markets -
If"tr e,countries reached through therenal Charles S. Emerson, a well known OIL AND GASOLINE
the products of those countnes.wibh newspaper man and general "booster," ; Store
reference to ,the possibility of has started the publication of the .
: ports, as for example nitrate ofnda Florida Real Estate Bulletin, a monthly ,i IIIMIIMIIimiHIIMIli.IIIIIIIIIIIIIIHIIIIHI ,
: 'from Chile the possibility of magazine devoted to the realty interest ,
'state.-Palatka Times- If-You Would be Posted be a Daily Visitor to this Store
*ew:, transportation lines, harbor im. of the
t irovements, municipal docks and local Herald.. i F
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actories. -

The.. subject is one of the, utmost Subscribe for the SentinelHMiiimaiiiMimiiM Star, Employment j
>>mmercial importance ,to the cities

s, rf .the Southeast, and what Mayor AgencyTell
reed said about it is of interest to

:sties;throughout this section. He was ; ELIJAH ,HAND your troubles to Palmer.He .

Y- Jar m.He the.some departments canal time zone connected,,and, the his with government conclusions one of Funeral and Embalmer Director will line get of reliable employment help in any J OPH !BUMBY T aAR WAR ,

Ke.l drawn from, personal knowledge I Hand Block, Pine St. Phone 3511111111111111111111.llllt Phone 105HltlllltMIMIMMIM -- ,

f.the'situation. i .

ORIGIN. OF-THE LIFE-BOAT !I",..............iIIII1 emut..Ef8.tII1l\It.: :\ ..... .

: / Writers are always_ fond of *dilat- [ CHAS. LORD 'J. N. BRADSHAW |
iig upon the, commonplace origin of = E ,

.. remarkable. inventions. Still another Lord & Bradshaw .
I |ii'
istance of their accidental nature- j I .

Bid most is
a interesting one- given
wish to to friends and the public generally, j
:Jt Noel T. Methley in "The Life-Boat j j We announce our '
and Its Story." 1 that we have formed a partnership under the' II t

In the course of a,country stroll, above firm name, for a general |
.k William, .Wouldhave,. the inventor: i. n

'te self-righting life-boat: came I Real Estate and Insurance I
across a woman who asked his helpi
i.lifting,a heavy,vessel of water just I t
*awn' from: the well On the sur- I business and are centrally located in'a.ground floor office at No. jI f /

'Ace' of the water there floated the .17 S. Orange Avenue,'(formerly occupied by Hamilton & Dunn 1 !
: token half of a wooden bowl Would- s _
lave-was 'drawn into conversation,, i Millinery), where we will be pleased to meet all our old friends i!;

4 ,snd', like another who cannot \ Hardware
many I and to make new ones. 1{ Agricultural Implements Harness Saddlery
jeep his.hands quiet while he talks, he I It' : ,

iflyj toyed with the floating piece offi' I Our list of city and.acreage property is surpassed by none, II Paints Oils Building Material Etc.
Naturally he turned it over, I ,
N to'his. surprise that it immediately and! we have some exceptional bargains. 'COME AND SEE :Us |'

: . righted itself. ,He inverted I m OrlandoFlorida
,lr again,'with the- same result, and- | Lord & Bradshaw :. ,
;i jEace.he: was'at'the time actually-at st''I J

workman the problem of an unlinksiIbat I .
17 S. ORANGE AYE. I : '
he immediately realized the I
t lU> rlance of his discovery. !........I.--.,

g_ It ia: ,an experiment that any one : 1
r '" readily make for, himself.,, All
yn require is the fourth ,part of a BRIGHAM v & HILL W.

Mlow "prolate spheroid;" or, to put M. SLEMONS

f kin more homely language, the quar-
far of_a cocoanut shell split from endend.
t fe. '. Put the shell in 'a bowl oflater NEWSAGENTSOrlando

and yon will find that it will
: .t'remain capsized but,will return atcee Stot is
: _to an even keel In scientific Stationery, Souvenir and Curio Store ur ew Spring Coning

inguage, it will float only with the ,
nvex surface downward. U WEST CHURCH 8TBEETMiiiiininiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiMiiiii" And Goods.we,will offer to you a Choice Selection of High Class

Any child knows that if you cut upa
broken rubber ball you get five or IN DRY GOODS,.ALL THE STAPLE AND USEFUL
xx nice little roundbottomed high ""*"' GOODS as well as FANCY SILKS, and FINE DRESS '

coded boats. It remained for William : GOODS, HOSIERY IN SILK,LISLE AND COTTON, and '.
I the Many Accessories that Women Use. . . . .
ToulC have to discover that .these are 1.913 1C.e1B.MOTOCYCLES: ; I . ..
& Ifttie' self-righting life-boats.
-w i ,:Bargains Six Days in Every Week

;;. FOR EXAMPlE : We,carry all the time a large stock' of SHOES of the

Senator McLean of Connecticut in- - best makes and newest styles. KING QUALITY MEN'S ,;
toduced a bill,to prevent or regulate SHOES. CRADDOCK ,TERRY'S WOMEN'S SHOES :
jfce 'killing of'migratory birds which AND CHILDREN'S SHOES. NONE BETTER ARE ':
} fass- in the course' of a year from SOLD IN THIS MARKET.

leuisiana to Maine and back again. x ,' SCHLOSS BROS. FINE SUITS FOR MEN at $15.00; ,. .
le made -argument which, comsanded $20.00, $25.00 and, $30.00 are unsurpassed for STYLE
the friendly admiration of the '0 FIT AND QUALITY. ;.
'" J.*te. At the end many excellent LORD BALTIMORE BOYS SUITS WILL BE SURE
: Senators admitted it is a case,where, : TO PLEASE YOU.
-1 ,jibviou&ly, the ,States can't regulate Four H. P. Models $200.00 .,

:,, '. electively- ,But, these Senators said, Seven H. P. Models, $250.00 I t,

fere, is ,nothing, in the; Constitution
Bich gives the Federal Government O E. :Silpert: W. M. Slemons

II&'rights over migratory birds, and

r"the ,only thing to do. about it U .ORLANDO, FLA. Agent for Orange Comity ..
JIlt to do nothing.at all Some yenerdUe" : .
Senators may throw up the +timimmiiiiitt""B -




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f. *' To ,i riighted.observer the most i ,1 ,
if ? iaportaat tiling about, the present. ses- Real, Estate, ,'" IT'SAFAIRPROPOSltION'I. ': [ : IF YOU WANT ,'
t. :.Ron,of4-r; Congress,.'is tfaat, - , the mcubatorof, a.grave',eonsUtutiona1 Fourteen acres of good land.in good i 'BRIGHTER FRUIT < ,
r dispute:about.an:issue.which is as loc tiQD: .9 acres in grove. Locatedon .. ARE. "
:old,as the country itself State rightsversus nice lake. Price .
5500. '
',.. Federal'rights. This issue,was APPRECIATIVE OF THE VERY I Free from the dust mite and for which : k

just to the front during the, closing ,, you command the fancy prices, useSulpho.Citrol ; .
days of the present'sesslon. It will Ten acres first class land. ,5 acres t n J BEST. WE ARE SPECIALISTS IN ',. .
in grove. Splendid location. 4500.
.f. :recede into the background, duringthe :,1
:' special ssion.hichwill be.called - 'Electrical and '
Wireing Motor Work
: Two and one-half acres in excellent a
to consider the tariff only. .But'it'Win f
, come'to':the'front again just u' location.All in-grove. $1,500.A I NEWELL I ELECTRICAL, COMPANYARCADE IF YOU WANT c,
i. soon as next regular session be "f
large number of business lots in
gins. If Woodrow Wilson takes the '! BUILDING To destroy the "THRIPP," 4
J various localities in the city, use-
State-rights side that aide will,probably '
beautiful suburbs of the city at prices CHURCH ST. n.
'win, temporarily; but there will ranging.from $100 to $1,000., I Black
c follow:something that may approachthe I PHONE,280 Extract
: ,nature of a constitutional crisis, '
Lake front home sites containing r
and most inevitably there will be a ,
two: and more acres of land at the Our new 1913 Almanac containing full
general:revision of the Federal Constitution
moderate price of $650.
,,and the first constitutional very information sent you for three cents '
convention since 1789.
For particulars call at office over postage. .
The Twilight,Zone The Best the
is Cheapest
Dickson & Ives store, Orange Ave. _
The quarrely is not, erally betweenthe ...,
[ State right to regulate and Federal CARL JANSENiMiiiiiMiimiiiiiiiii
right to regulate; it, is between SO GET
i some kinds of regulation and no regu. .
lation at all. The trouble !neither. Paints aids'W all Paper !
with State rights nor' with Federal JACKSONVILLE, FLA. I II
rights; ,the trouble is with the 'twilight .
zone, where neither Government IndeedThey I THE 1912 WALL PAPER IN SAMPLESIS I
prevails and special privilege'has its '
" refuge. When it is a'question of the J Jl
t Federal Government's right to regulate TO SHOW THEM. ALL,YOU HAVE TO '
the price of electricity developedon DO IS TO TELEPHONE'AND I WILL
the Coosa River, special privilege BRING,THE SAMPLE TO YOUR HOME. I
< is furiously, on the side'of State rights. AreNo
When it,is a question of the State ofGeorgi ,
'right to,regulate,the.liquor better cigars are to be GEO. A. BARKER PHONE 268 '. Fireplace Mantels, 1
traffic within its "own borders, ,thenA found anywhere we'resure : 1
I -
: special privilege steps nimbly over on of than, hence we feel Tiles and Grates, ,. j
the,side of Federal "
rights.Antiquated no hesitancy in saying that ; ; -(
regardless of price, there is Calorie Fireless Cookers
It need, not' be surprising! that a ,not,cigar, made that you ,
definition :of "interstate commerce" than ;.
'and ,of_ State rights afld of ,Federal .HAWLEY'SSTRAIGHTS MISSES HAMILTON & DUNN Electric Pocket Flash Lights, j
rights, which was formulated at a
time when there was no railroad, no andHAVANAS Complete Electric Lighting Plants oi ; t
telephone,'no,telegraph,and,Franklin .
had ,only just discovered the. first, Made in Orlando. Sold by Any Size Installed :t
,fundamental fact about electricity-:: all ,Dealers.- Only cost 5 have now opened their _

that such,a definition should be inadequate 'cents, ..... ,' I "
at,a time when electric power 1 ,
: can be developed on the Connecticut ASK FOR, THEMIMMIMMMIIMtHliliill 'stock of new Spring! Hats ,I). .

4 River in Massachusetts and be used E. S. PIERCE '
to run mills in Vermont, New Hampshire ,
,.Maine, Connecticut, Rhode Is: and Millinery ,
George M. Chapin ,of Jacksonvilleis :
land and New York., The Constitution ELECTRICIAN, j
will have to catch up with invention to write a history of-Florida. Thereis
no authentic work of this characterin LATEST STYLES. PHONE 43$. New Mart BMj., Church SL '
existence, and Mr. Chapin ought to I j
Subscribe for the Swrfay'Sentinel meet with, liberal encouragement :

Ten eeate a week defivefed. Tampa Tribune., ,J I .
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question of Furniture. You'll readily admit that you ;

are looking for a full dollar's worth for every dollar. you spend, then come "i

to us, we Will see that'you get it:

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Why Most ,Jt :

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; People buy at > u '

-=f .Snow1t 4 Is what we all want for, our

denis because ey get an honest.m .
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dollar's worth of merchandise for '"< money .

You here We
get one carry
every dollar they spend, they

,.. in Stock more Home Furnishings
,are given a square deal No
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II false reckless advertising ,
promises, no <
houses in the city :-- '

no high prices I= : . :.

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Our:,trust- is popular ; it belongs to the people ; it has never ;been attacked by the man with the .

': muck rake, The word' trust,,has several meanings. The ,one we refer to, means confidence,. faith andre,

liance. Without this trust modern ,business could ,not be conducted. Our trust is yours for the asking.

Now. is,,the, time to ask for it. 'Your credit is good. This big building packed with Furniture and

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i 'Xi .... BOARD TRADE-REPORT .t -- -'
: TheDaiy'South OF OF naturally resent the presence. of the

';. l THE PRESIDENT mosquito. For myself, I want to say I
.. Sentinel
; ; t, right now I regard the coming or staying -

" .car ,MMKUfCi ANDgUBSCKPTION WlBLY, of ,tourist as a matter" of minor
.4 Gentlemen of the Board of Tade ;
y :.
: : importance. We owe it to ourselves Search You Will
lATBStTHE In looking over our record for the as
: to clean up and bring our streets and
past year I find that we have revised
public improvements up' to date. If
.F ,. DAILY ,SENTINEL and printed our constitution and bylaws

fee year .'.44"..................15.00 : Secured.the use of advertising we do this the tourist. question will

fix Months ..-................. .t5O envelopes by merchants; furnished the take care of itself. :

If.Three'Months, :.'... .,..'-......:..., 125wok usual booklets; inaugurated a Boy's The point take is that the Board of Trade :4You Cant Find More for

'ler;' ................... 40 Corn Club, have taken an active and should an active'part in municipal -
affairs. I want the Board of

h ET'nm' carrier la Orlando SO.ant per important part in securing a proper Trade to recognize its power, to create r.:
roth;'DaIJJ'Uc1, Soda,. sewerage system for the town and Your
'I'", a lively interest among its members Money
through .our committee have 'done
The Orb ndo Moraine Sentinel can be loud and to make itself a vital forcein Elsewheret

a ale. .in .Orlando at Curio I 0"Neal'i, Book' good work in resisting County Divis- the community. '; .... .. #
.,*. ion.' The attendance has been limited, :
Let me tell you gentlemen, the City i
,Wt' will appreciate prompt complaint if considering the number of our members -
Council is composed of as competentand NOR CAN
tttary not properly made by our carrier and the results achieved do not YOU FIND BETTER JEWELRY .'. i
well meaning a body of men as
k ,Aderrtbinc rata vffl be furnkhed on > seem to me commensurate with the '.
-' there is in the Board of Trade; they THAN OURS. FOR SEVERAL
time and effort expended. I am free YEARS THIS
get lots of criticism, if not abuse, :
THE WEEKLY SENTINEL to say that I have been impressedwith .
,Mr year, by Ball,'pwtaft paid '........SLM the ineffectiveness of the Or. levelled at them and they need your :. \ HAS BEEN SO, IT IS SO TODAY, AND WILL' !
co-operation, assistance and .
I ,lUrm THE SENTINEL Orlando Florida. lando Board of Trade and its lack of support.It :
.. Once lot Coot' Street, Arcade Building prestige. I have been trying to discover : takes nerve to levy taxes neededat BE SO TOMORROW, NEXT YEAR, AND IN .
Pbon* 14J. the present time for public im.
.q why the Board of Trade did
provements, and the Board can fur .A THE YEARS TO COME. I
exercise influence in : :"xtriraV ;
a greater %
".4 -' .:
P. SCHUMANN, EdterJ88UH nish it. It takes nerve to ask for ,. .
.FBUiB Pwp litter. the community and create a greater more bonds so urgently needed.for: \\t:. .. ...:- '. -"itr.x.---- :
s interest its members, and I ...
roads, and this Board can furnish it": .
u TUESDAY, ,MARCH 4TH,. 1913 am lead to believe that the trouble \

lies in the fact that we ,have sedu- It they takes effect nerve private to enforce interests ordinances, and tnis : ..Why Not Have the t Best and Be Sure

.o The. grand rush for the "pie counter. lously ters that avoided lie within touching the on province any mat-of Board- should furnish the nerve. It fr f :

.- takes nerve to admit the inefficiencyof
---o- : the City Council. On two occasions '
our present form of municipal gov
Look over the'Sentinel carefully and. only duing the ast year have we broken ernment, though the Council are in '

'" if you like it, call up phone 24 and let this unwritten rule; first when at no way responsible for the system of If Itls sin the Line We Have
I It
ti is. send it-c---. to' you. the Council request, we of appointed a member a committee of the City to which they form a part, and this Jewelry t

Board should furnish the nerves and
co-operate with a Committee of the
Today we.will know as much about urge the adoption of an up to date .
Council in the matter, of and
file cabinet as Mr. Wilson himself Commission form of government and
second when we appointed a committee -
knows. obtain the co-operation of the City
to the City Council to
: 0 urge Council in this important work.
grade Colonial Drive in order to im. T. ltvansthe JewelerOPPOSITE
I Orlando has health climate, soil,
The sharp edges on the new $20 prove the road to the' Country Club. ,
natural attraction, cultured and broad
fold pieees'will never wear holes inyour The City in accepting the co-operation
J. minded citizens and civic pride. With
:pockets of this Board in'the sewerage matter
such material at hand this Board of POST OFFICE
o recognized the dormant power in he
Trade has a great work and a splendid
The Bland silver bill was passed Board and rightly judged that if the
future before it if it will only
ever .President, Hayes' veto thirty. Boad of Trade espoused the cause of ,
abandon its laisez faire attitude .
lYe years ago Friday. drainage, it would go through triumphantly
toward municipal affairs and endeavor -
0 as it did.
to harmonize differences, overcome
E. Eighty-six years ago Friday a charter I want to say I believe we are work-
petty jealousies, and make .
'was granter for the Baltimore ing on the wrong track. Our main cooperation A
in public welfare its watchword. SILK
and.Ohio :railroad idea seems to be to get people to come Respectfully submitted, STOCKINGS

o to Orlando, while as a Board, we do
next to nothing to keep them. Just
.x :The attempts of tottering institutions President. .
look[ aound at conditions and realize .
each other
: to prop up are always
T attended .than less that the City is behind the times. In
by more. calamity.
o every direction the City has outgrownthe
Unholy alliances never have proven Party lines and preferences aside,
'' says it hasn't the money to make the For Day
if any avail. Sorrow always camps Improvements needed. I submit ,this the Tribune regrets to witness the retirement .
on the trail of,the, doer.
wrong should long ago have received the con- of Judge John M. Cheney,

o sideration of the Board of Trade. from the Federal bench. The case is and

:British publishers printed 1,358 new Last summer'before the Council fixed a most unusual one. A Federal Judgeis

aovels last 'year. How would you the millage for the current year, the appointed for life and most of them

t lice the job of literary editor of a Board through a proper committee hold office until age presents a bar- eveningWear

newspaper? should f familiarized I itself rier to further: active service, Judge
have with
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o Cheney was appointed in the usual
the financial condition of the City and

It appears, that New Jersey, the urged the Council to make the levy manner and, but for the Democratic

'other of trusts, is preparing to hand sufficient to cover needed improvements victory at the polls.in November,

some much needed discipline to her I venture to say the Council would have remained in ,the office the .. c

.Aildren.-Indianapolis News. would have been glad of the assist- remainder of his active life. But'the

o ance. The public don't mind paying Democratic landslide, encouraged Dem.

:, ?. :Of course Mr.. Morgan and his associates taxes if they get some adequate re. ocrats in the Senate to oppose his

i_ money trust' Well, you can't prove spent. Last ,summer the Bell Tele Democratic appointee after March Our Personal Guarantee ,.

ft byes. We don't belong to any. phoneCompany tried to come into Or- 4. They were successful. Confirma- "

.0 lando. The newspapers took the mat tion was lacking. Judge Cheney, Accompanies Every Pair : .; .
Should' though appointed for a lifetime ten- .
People not overlook the importance ter up. It is a matter of importanceone

of' observing how. March way or the other to the City, ; ure, will retire, under the exigenciesof 4\

came! in, as it will enable them to know: yet, the Board of Trade, composed of party politics, after a .service of

.k advance how the month will go out. the pick of the business men of' the less than a year. Marion -
'** Judge Cheney is a man of B. Ives t
i. ---oIT -- - town, was silent, presumably because

:,diViding.counties increase their this was a matter ,within the jurisdiction noble qualities of heart and head and
X' will be missed from the bench. He
forth the he
Legislature might go into of the City Council
-. Waft Street business had the promise of a long and hon
a merely by the The citizens held a mass meetingto

process of dividing them.-DeSoto consider! a commission form of gov- orable career thereon. It is hoped EXCLUSIVE MILLINERY PARLORS
his Democratic will be
.News. successor as
County ernment for Orlando. I cannot con.
well of the trust
,worthy -Tampa
o ceive of any subject of greater importance .

4 The old old truth that we want to the City than this, but the, Tribune.. Second Floor

most the things we're.told we cannot -Board of Trade was conspicuous by I

lave, was explained when Castro went its silence. Cadidily, how ,can we expect A FAR REACHING SERMON .

to Cuba after the courts decided that to interest our members and secure I

he could remain in the United States. any espect for the Board, if in Dr. Stagg, who usually feeds his s r

o our activities we carefully avoid all congregation on substantial food for that will )
a protection prevent any .
It is said that there is one gumshoe purely civic matters. thought, made some declarations of other world-power from dominatingthem.

_. candidate for the Post Mastership You may not know it, but some unusual moment in his Sunday'morning : .

of Orlando. The gentleman evidently 1 years ago, I recollect, it was when Mr. seromn, at the Presbyterian There is another impressive happening
proceeds on the theory thatthe Overstreet was first elected to theCity Church, and coming as it does at this that the
far-seeing anticipated,
still pig gets the most milk. Council, a gentleman came totown time of great turbulance just across and that is; that this governmentwill BA R BAtt I

o- who was an expert'on the subject the river in Old Mexico has peculiar finally succeed in buying every T0DAYI

With Senator John W.. Kern, of In- j of mosquitoes. He stated that Significance. foot of land in Central and South .

iana, Bryan's former running mate Oralndo offered a better field for the I, No government on the face of the America, and will,then still all strife,

% and bosom friend made leader of the extermination of the mosquito than earth has done so much for humanity I put down all feuds, civilize, by the

Senate, it does not look like.Bro. Bill any place he knew. The City Councilwas as the United States government, and i using of a firm hand, and Christianize

lad lost any of his populartiy or powv greatly interested. It removedthe this country is looked to by every by showing kindnesses in an unstinted *

wtih Democratic leaders. water hyacinths and cleaned up other nation of the earth as a just I I generosity.

o the margins of the lakes and mosquitoes arbitrator, and interpretor of the I "Behold! This.is a mighty change, Southern

The Sentinel has opposed. county were ina fair way to become rights and differences of individuals: as for this is the casting aside on one College

Ivirion' ever since it was .first menaimed exterminated. We prided ourselveson related to the government under I of the world's most strongly entrenched

-- ,upon the broad principle that to the fact that we had few mosquitoes which they live. delusions, namely, the rightto

nimilii intact would be the greatest and no malaria in Orlando. Dr. Stagg said: dominate over people without .consideration VSI .

r. food to the greatest number of peo- You all know that we have both to- "The effect of the conduct of our other than selfish ends.

'JH.. day. The mosquitoes are more numerous ' Western Hemisphere on the world is

; 0 than ever before. Lake Minnie mightier than the unthinking 'suppose -
Babies can now be sent by par. with its acres of hyacinths furnishes and it is making for precisely College .

Ml post But if you havnt ordered most of them. The members of the those things of which the multitudes

Be and get it can, you, upon proof Board know this is a. fact, yet on think but little; for instance our hand- One of the prettiest and most I
flat'yon area nonsubscriber, its this subject' too, the Board has been ling of the Hawaiian Islands, the prom-
inent suburban localities around Orlando
lack upon the, sender or upon the conspicuous' by its silence, presume Phillipines and Cuba, have made it im-
is out on the Pine Castle road ( :
United States?-Louisville Courier. ably, because, the matter lies within possible for any nation, anywhere on
the main road.
' Journal the jurisdiction of the City. One-half the globe to hold to the old belief that Tampa Winter Park
of the richest homes in the
,4.r the for there is in the of ,
o of money expended pamphlets any right conquest .
Lake I .. .
city are south of Lucerne and .
> ;' .
Orlando is exhibiting a spirit that would have defrayed ',the expense of a people, it matters not how savage '
follow out Euhl to the
: very town.in;Florida should imitate. removing every hyacinth in the City of how weak, for the sake of conquest on avenue ',

z Plans are being forced to organize a limits. The question is whether we alone. city.limits. CaaeiUpjL
Just outside the limits
stock company to own and operate a want to get the people to Orlando or "We have emphasied that,the earthis city considerable -!

fee 'manufacturing plant.. 'It is.pro- keep them after they come. People the Lord's and that the people who land has been platted and is rap-
.,Ned, to 'equip the .factory with the know that malaria is carried by mosquitoes dwell thereon are His also, and that idly' building up by northern people. AmIssi e1 Gfol Slut Free

seat improved machinery and to man- .and you cant blame them if they,have a right to their habitat end Especially around lake Luna. There;

Wactore ladies' fine .shoes for the they:'don't stop to inquire rhatt par- should receive consideration at the are 'now.two stores between Orlando

' ; present, .brit, as"the business, grows to ticular variety ,of mosquitoes :we;deliberately .- hands of; the strong. The 'United and Pine Castle and within two yearsit Second Series. for the Inter-Collegiate' Champion

:add: -.1I*. Manufacturing, in- and openly breed. Visit.ors States could ,have mustered an army wilt.be built up as a suburb all the

t ,feftirw, are. 1 more. badly. .needed .irf ,are down here,for_their- :healtl that ,would, have swept these: people I way from this!city: to Pine Castle. ship of the State, r

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J ,received, a. complete Fine Line of SHOES: in all We have just WIDE AND NARROW- I -,_'JUST J RECEIVED '

: ;_;. 'line of MEN'S PANTS, at the latest styles and sizes new line of ELK SKIN LACES in all the new '; :- '
: ,' A Full Line >f

I, .., low prices,;from 1.5010" 5.50 ;, from the",cradle to the grave. SHOES, at $1.50, f2.oo, weaves' just received and on f
$zso and 4tg.00. Th'b est sale I this week. _
t:' . We can fit you and suit'you. oo Babys to, No. 15. Mens.
i' ': \ line 0 Elks s we have ever h a d'R oya Society EmbroideryFloss PAINTERS

t., if; you wear PANTS. Prices Soc. to $6.00. .
>* .F See them. all shades and sizes. OVERALLS

1 All Sizes.

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I 1 1s. f' Born-On Friday, February 28th, COMMITTEE TO MEET i = t
to -Mr* and Mrs. Clarence' P. Smith, 1

WADE 'I'If of Concord Park, a son. There will be a meeting of the Orange -

THE TUNER County, Democratic Executive

ORLANDO,FLA. Mr. George Speer, a prominent citizen Committee in Orlando, Saturday, Mar. W Thursai Fray! :1

., and dry goods merchant of Sanford 22nd, 1913, in the Court House at
', in Orlando MUUUUUUUJJ IWU III I '
spent yesterday on 10:30.o'clock. for the purpose of re-

I... business. commending to the Governor for appointment
and Mrs.: Augustus Ives, of .
i ; Dr. some person for Solicitorof
; Tarmridge,Illinois. left Sunday after' Dr. G.. 'C. Kollock, who has spent the Criminal Court of Record and
l spending a few days in this city. the past l' two weeks here visiting Mrs. transacting any other business which

Kollock*, returned yesterday to his may come before it. Yowell'sJust
i.' ') ra. Catherine Millard of Baltimore home in Madison, Wis. B. C. ABERNETHY,
f arrived in the 'city last .evening and Chairman. I

i, will be'at Duke Hall for several days. Miss Helen Canning, of the Ca- JOSIAH FERRIS, .
'- thedral School returned
,) yesterdayafter Secretary .
Mrs. Waters Howe will leave today .,
f' spending Saturday and Sunday ;:
Tenn., where she ..willrspend .
for Nashville, <; .
time with relatives. with relatives in Kissimmee. Dr. W. J. Gilchrlst, who has been ;.'
some ,

,' t.---Mahlori Gore left yesterday Misses Ethel and. Lois, Overstreet his spending sisters several, Mrs. S.days E. Ives here, Sr.visiting, and Think I
Mr. and,Mrs. Of It !
k 'i a 'several daysVisit returned to the Cathedral School Sun Miss Gilchrist, left yesterday for his ,1
j : > morning for \
.;;. day evening after spending the week home in Norfolk, Va.
to,friends in Daytona.Mr. end at their home in Eustis. ..

,Ben, Buxton-, accompanied by Dr. and Mrs. John S. McEwan and New
Miss Evelyn Harvey left Monday Marquisette
t. ..Mrs. Burton,-left last ,evening on a afternoon for Orlando, where she will little son left Sunday for Tampa, Spring goods in French Silks, I
weeks' business visit to Chicago. where Mrs. McEwan and "Jack" took
: ,two I spend some time, with her brother,
; boat for Panama, for a several weeks
Harold, Harvey.-Daytona Gazette Voiles Silk Tissues
:I Mrs 'J.,C. .Patterson left last night, News. visit to. Mrs. McEwan's sister. Silk Org n.

,.a ff-8 "at 12:03 for New.York,City where she .
will be for,several weeks,with friends. ,. Attention is called to the report of die
1 D.: B, Spha1er, of Taft, was in the Soiree Mirage Moonlight
-- Judge Warlow, President of the Board ,
; cit ,yei roay. Mr. Sphaler is sepnd- ,
: :'fc W. Stanford Jr., of_'"Baltimore, of Trade, which is published in another
; ; ing much,of his time ,now' at Winter,
::" 'spent yesterday ,in Ot&ndo'repr s.1 I Home, where ,he, is planting groves column. This report is of public Silk Foulards Spider Silk and just
.Portland cement interest and it will to ,
:enting the Tid "w ter and beautifying the place generally. pay you } thqu.1
study it

;, Company. 'Slemons returned Misses;;Mabelle>O'Neal, Mary Bran- Mr. T. W. Gilchrist and little daughter sands of other Spring goods in all. the 1
Miss -Antionetle ham and Hattabelle Hyer:have returned .I
Saturday from, a short.visit'to,.Tampa. 'from 'DeLand, where ,the attended who have been the guests of Mr

\as a delegate- ;t'f'',the:recent D,:A. :R. 'the; Roiiin Steteohv? ball games, the and Mrs. S. E. Ives ofr several days, leading, Spring shades dots stripes plaids 1

'Convention.' David Bispham'concert and the SigmaUu left yesterday afternoon for their ,
home in Norfolk, Virginia.Mrs. .

:The Weekly Sentinel- only $LOG a Fraternity dance.- checks and floral designs.
A. R. Bogue has left for Del-
h ,whole year. Let us send it to you. Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Carmack, of: I
Fla., to join Mr. Bogue, who has '
4 Oldest, largest and best paper in Orange Brownsville, Pa., are in Orlando visiting ray
already spent several weeks in that These all
county. tf Mr. and Mrs. S. B. Chalfant on are on three center
locality in the interests of Chase & ,
America street. These estimable people
Mr. E. 'R. McDowell, of Cleveland, will in all probability locate in Co. Mr. and Mrs. Bogue expect to
return to Orlando about June first. tables 1
at the
; Ohio,, is visiting his daughter Mrs. Orlando. just time

1 J. 'J.,Newell, of this city, and enjoying ..
Mr. and Mrs. Aubry Smith,
; Floridasunshine.. Southern College and Rollins will announce
the engagement of their we have dot to buy.
"- cross bats at Winter Park today. This
daughter, Shelley Irene Roxana to
:the charming ,
Mrs Thomas Hopper promises to be one of the interestinggames
house guest of Mrs. Harry Beeman, of the,season and lovers of the I Mr. Robert Marlow Morgan,'of Plant Choice for the
left Saturday night for her home in national game will not be' disappointedif City, Florida. The marriage to take three days,
place this spring.
north. attend.
the they *
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Messrs.. W..M. Davis, Sam Jones Mr. J. J. Newell, the electrician, John Boone is at home on an unex- "" ;

and R. L. Hyer returned Saturday finds his business growing that he pected vacation, the Randolph-Macon
College, of which he was a student, Thursday and
successful hunt Friday
afternoon from a very had to rent the front room, Room 1 of ,
: being closed on account of an epidemic ,
over in Hernando county. the Arcade, in order to make more' '
of typhoid fever.
stock room. His office and displaywill &
,The may friends of Miss Ethel occupy room 1 and his stock and I THE BIG WHITE STORE 1
of her Miss Carrie Sheddan, of DeLan,
Cooper will regret tolearn continued shop rooms 2 and 3.
Church wh ocame to, Orlando to attend the
serious illness at the
1 Home and Hospital Mrs. Joseph'0. Neill and daughter, :High School-Stetson basket ball game
last Saturday evening, returned home ON
Mrs. William Sidney Bateman, left II ORANGE AVE. II II
4 yesterday. While in the city Miss
I J. P. Ragsdale.left the forepart of Orlando yesterday afternoon for Tam-
Sheddan was the guest of Miss Louise
\ the week for Orlando and other in- pa, where they will take passage to

terior points. Mrs. Ragsdale and son Key West After a brief visit at that I Winston. ....::

expect'.later to join, him, probably, at point, they will take the Oversea .,
Orlando Daytona Gazette News. route to Miami Mrs. Neill and Mrs. BURGLARS VISIT ORLANDO. CITRUS IS ACTIVE. I

Bateman 'will also visit Nassau and Ooncord
j Dr. and Mrs. J. E. Ryal, of.,Immo- Palm Beach before: returning to the Experts In This Line Visit the Dental Cleveland, March 3.The market t P ark
still continues active citrus fruit,
ken Pa. who been ,in Orlando Office. on
have city I HAS GROWN
c 'for some,time, left Sunday for home. Dr. Whitman's office was entered advancing sharply- on Elorida oranges FASTER THAN ANY ADDITION TO ORLANDO.

They will stop at Washington and'be, WANTED-dean Cotton Rap the Saturday night, probably, by profes- this week. The offerings at auction I This is proven by the say it sold, built up, and at the rate lots Ire

present at the inauguration. Sentinel Offee. sional dental office thieves looking for were very nice as' a rule and prices I advancing today. There's a reason. It i, directly off Orange

gold. The office was thoroughly ran ranged from $1.45 to $3.20 with some! avenue, high elevation, pretty lakes and,drives and,dose In. .I haTe

sacked, but only ten or fifteen dollars' cars having a good run of sizes.averaging -j I ,reeently'erected two up-to-date and modern houses in this addition

worth of scraps had been left out of as high as $3.07. There was:: which iiSTJmt' or will sell at remarkably low prices. At j

i the safe. This was all of the gold little grapefruit offered as prices here prices your money back at the end of one

that was taken, Some ten dollars' are rather low when' compared with:i year.and 5 per cent if yon want it. For.sale or rent and free for

worth of odd porcelain teeth, left out- other markets. Small lots sold around inspection. Address me, care of Sentinel; or eaU at W. Amelia and

New Lot of Soft Collars side of the safe were taken. $1.60 to $3.10.,_ i Trenton streets CLARENCE p. SMITH.
The thieves knew how to do their The supply of southern green stuff I

work as not a scrap of precious metal is a little better and demand is good. 1- ,
with Ties to Match escaped them. Nothing else was Radishes are selling around '20,to 25c Florida tomatoes are more plentiful Mrs. Katherine Frink, of St. Louis,

molested.No per dozen. Parsley brings $4, to $4.50 and the stock is coming a little better Mo, and'Mrs. C. A Dudley,'of Orlan*

attempt was made to get into per barrel Spinach sells for 75 to colored. Fancy sizes are selling for do, sisters of Mrs. W. M. Shaffner

i Just Received the safe. The door of the office seemsto 85c 'per'hamper and'kale has,a fair $3, while choice, brings $150.. i of this city, are visiting Cot and Mrs.,

have been forced open. Dr. Akers i demand at $U5 t4*$1.25. The market The market on potatoes is unchanged. Shaffner at their North Ridgewood '

also lost gold. 'on Florida celery looking up a ,Jobbinb prices still range around ,avenue home, having arrived Tues.
little and prices 'on' 12-Inch crates 55 'to 65c. New' Bermuda stock in day'' afternoon, from Orlando, where
at <
: An anonymous corresponded sees range from- :$2.25' to,$&50 ,while':the barrels sells for around $&50 :to ,$7. Mrs. Frink has been with Mrs. Dud

something omnious and sinister in the Oinehsize.' bring $2 r,to $125. The Sweet potatoes remain the same. Jersey ley for two weeks or more. Mrs. Dudley .

circumstance'' that ex-President Diaz stock TUBS .fair to'good,-'some of it barrels bring $3.75. and Delaware is not yet fully recovered from her i6
& 'DICKSONL in showing .te..j1itde', 'green" :, ,Florida hampers around $1.15 to $L25'accord- injuries received
SCRU&&S& & and J. Pierpont; Morgan are. Egypt, h'. three months or
ing to quality
I probably "hobnobbing on the banks cauliflower, ,2-dsisB suites, can be more ago from a fall at her home in
of the Nile." He thinks "the outcome bought .f lj;! J8#and:'snail, crates Orlando Both ladies have, several

; of 'this whole business will be",tfcat k Ub*-l iiwilwiio'fer $1.36.'Wax If Wilson selects .a)can-up goodcadet times in ,the past, visited,, Daytona-

Diaz or-his wbonfcuUe will rule'tike and 1e toiuifc'it* aeiree an4 pricesHoiMfrowa ,:ire can attribute it to no other Daytona,Gazette,_News.

tl Home 'of" Hait Schafmer & Marx, republic,of.Mex eagala.: ;Can it:5epoesble fw'1. '.n_ i n:"; $ :-;circsartaBce-- .than his disregard of -

'that Piei*set'::afid Ferf 'awdeing '.. ;leaf i lettuce Y ii 90: cent:>,,, 'of"the advice'he received.per" .
'a j bit ,of endsirried. ash rte,;, for $i tot U0:per:l/-f0ifidDMMi ;.-Boesfcm-'Post.: The annual:tennis tournament, forthe

; 'Cothing :. 19 ,,' "tIf : te this stMMi fNdattttbtMhfcb ,.. --- championshipxof.Florida.starts at
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*lBitT. BE. 'HEN4 BUSINESS. ,BOOSTERSCLASSIFIED imiimiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiimmm
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< PRINCETONicict : ) ,received after 10 o'clock .:
: Henery M..Fkgler, one ot'Ameri. midnight, will be run in the "Too'Late .
; ca's, .foremost financial giants *was to Classify" column.
.ieat-elect: '.Wilson and his:f&mn'left
Boosters of five lines, or less-
born in a little village, just south of approximately
here shortly before noon today for Rochester New "York in 1830. His 30 mords-one time, 25
.y 'Washington.,, ,. cents; three times 50 cents; one week When OU Pay What a Thing is Worth \
d't ; 'F of father was the pastor of the village [(six daily and one weekly editions)
The'eitire undergraduate body
church, and at the age of fourteen |LOO; one month, $3.00.

.Princeton. University.. ,. together. with Henry decided that his mother It
thousands of-,visitors? from surrounding young FOR SALE-80 acres of good land You Get the Worth of Your Money
,_ and sister could get along more com three miles west of Taft. 20 acres .
,towns; turned out to see the Wilson fortably if he ceased,to be one of the F cleared, and in cultivation. Good

party off. family burdenS buildings. Priare$30 per acre. Ad-
Fong before'the hour for departure, dress P. B. Sentinel 1
,So he started from home with a few I
students began'to assemble before the dollars in his pocket, and gradually FOR SALE-Good Horse, Carriageand
Harness. For work day ,
their former in on
of president
r:: cottage worked his way westward to the Ohiowhen ''ing. Apply to Wm. Halloway,-Winter ,
,Cleveland ,Lane,' where:they .whiled t
he located in a small village: Park, Fla. 12t
r the :time by singing "Nassau +
f called. Republic. Here he went. to I I

"Ran: and ""Whoop'er When Mr.up Wilson for Woodrow Mrs.- work in a country store at the salaryof THE Orlando BEST are LAKE at Schumann FRONT Heights.lots in. A good buy ,means D1'ore ,than getting something a I
five dollars month. I have six for sale. Carl Jensen.
cheap price. After all it is nothing' but getting l
'F Wilson and their daughters left the Yonug: Mr. Flagler soon gaind the your

; house ,shortly before, eleven o'clock, reputation of being one .of the best BUY a lot in Thornton Park, a nice money's worth.. I .
suburb in east part of the city. Carl
} they were greeted with a tremendous 1t
salesmen in the country and_he was Jensen. .

cheer often induced to change his places of t t
The route to the railway station, employment FOR SALE-40 acres of fine land in t
Quality means cost, but everybody knows the better the
Volusia station and
down Nassau street, was crowded to enabled County, near .
{ .,Strict economy soon young fine lake; $500. Terms. J. B. McKay, quality the greater the And it '
{ the curb with cheering townspeople. Flagler to open a grain business in city. durability. is durability -

The,student body (}Princeton. acted Bellevue,' Ohio. From here he ship- ; that finally decides the net cost of a purchase. t' '

.as. the"presidentelect's escort. ,They ped his grain' to Cleveland, where' it WANTED-First Class Printer, capable 1

were' divided into two sections. The was sold for him by a young commission quire at of this taking office. faremanship. En- . '. .r .. -> . .

first section preceded the Wilson arriage merchant, one John D. Rocker- : We have \
experts continually in
on guard our shops to
with the inevitable fife and feller. FOUND-That the Sentinel reaches II

I Sk drum corps, while the second section As young Flagler prospered his the people and is read. (II I see that you get your money's,worth. They inspect every .

:followed it in the rear.As thoughts turned toward matrimonyand FOR SALE-New seven room house nut, screw, every single part that goes into Buick manu ,
the Wilson procession passed, :after a short courtship he mar- Seven rooms and bath. Modern in all
the spectators on Nassau'street fell in ried the daughter of a well-to-do mer respects. Lot 75x200. Price ,$2850. facture If the quality is off grade, they scrap it. If the '

'behind. the marching students and.accompanied chant, namedHarkness.: Terms. ,Address owner, care Sentinel workmanship is off a hair's breadth, they scrap it. It

the president-elect to the After amassing a fortune of $50 FOR SALE--51Ji acres with five-room costs us thousands.of dollars a year in salaries alone to
station, where they overran the adja- 000 in Belleview, Mr. ,Flagler movedto i house railroad only few hundred ,

cent', streets in .an effort to catch a Saginaw, Mich., and entered the I feet from stopping place. Plenty of : say nothing of the loss represented in the material dis
shade and small
: shrubbery. Ten to .
,last glimpse of Mr. Wilson.' salt business, losing' every dollar of twelve bearing orange trees pears carded. That's the money we spend for the Buick 0. K.
3; The ,Wilson party entered a special his hard earned money. With the and other small fruits. Good hunt-

train'of,thirteen cars, accompanied by aid of funds furnished by his wife's ing and fishing, and especially suitedto .
Paul F.,: and others of the Cleveland Ohio those who come to Florida for the
Meyers relatives he moved to ,
winter and like the country life with The famous Buick overhead valve motor is guaranteedto
Princeton undergraduates who where he renewed his acquaintance easy access to town. J. P. Perkins, 1

been.responsible for arranging the escort with John D. and William Rockerfel- Orlando, Fla. General Delivery. have more power and more speed than any other type
,As the Wilson special pulled out ler, who were at that'time confining FOR SALE-New seven room resi t of motor on the market. It will pull stronger on low grade

of:the station the spectators roared their ,efforts to .oily: eltniug. He became dence. Bargain if taken before March

forth a remendous farewell cheer., interested int,the,brothers' new 1st. E. H. Gore, 11 Gore, Ave. 2-18-6t : ,gasoline than any other type of motor ever built. and, the

A second train of thirteen coaches, venture, and in 1876 with the aid of fuel consumption is less.

t ,packed to the vestibules with cheer- more money from his wife's relatives, WANTED good short-order cook.
No boozers need apply. The One
ing,Princetonians,left a few minutes he entered into a $100,000 partner Minute Coffee House, 38 W. ChurchSt.
: after ,the 'presidential .special, allowing ship,'with'the Rockerfellers Sam- 2t .

.only'a sufficient interval to.avoideo1ilioD. uel Andrews. The new partnership -- ,
; .Both trains are scheduled to I bought up ever oil refinery,, large or OAK HILL is the beautiful subdivision
to the Northeast of the city andI ROADSTERS AND TOURING CARS, $950 TO $1650, F.O.B. ORLANDO
arrive at Washington at 4 o'clock this small,' that appeared in the field of still have some choice lots there.

afternoon: The route chosen for the competition and business grew so rap Carl Jensen. .

a journey the ,capitol was ever the idly, that, in 1870, the partners or ,
,Pennsylvania lines,, byway of Philadelphia ganized the, Standard Oil Companywith WANTED-Man and wife to take
charge of place for one year on
and Baltimore. a capitalization of $1,000,000. shares. Good grove and land suitable

Though President James Madison ;to raise crops. Write or call in per Cook Automobile Co.
son. Mrs. S. M. Blanchard Alta-
; was Princeton. graduate the college U. S. TOO SLOW. ,
monte Springs, Fla.
t 'was then so small and inconspicuous When the United States govern- '
that no student escort was attempted. ment brought suit against the agentsof ROUEN DUCK EGGS for sale. Ap Orlando Florida

4 This, therefore, was,Princeton's first the Brazilian coffee valorization ply Box 705, City.WANTEDClean ,
a opportunity to participate in such a committee last May, on the charge Cotton Rags the

"ceremony, and it was' carried through that they had broken the antitrust Sentinel Office. ,

,with a mingling of solemnity and college -i laws it asked the court to appoint a

exuberance. receiver for the 930,000 bags of coffee I''THE MOST COMPLETE and perfectly -

w: The through which the pro- held in New York. That was in order made line 'of Boys Washable t

3session passed were hung with 'bunting that the coffee might be sold. The to Suits 10.south Newest of Jacksonville.models and patterns.If Ages 3. SIGN PAINTINGJack --------- -:-- r

: of.red, white and'blue, and of orange court refused to take it from the Bra- not under New York prices "youH i
; and, blackthe;; !Princeton colors. zilian agents. A few weeks ago the not be urged to buy. Let me show Preston will paint your 1

The students themselves 'were in 'agents sold it, and distributed it you. J. C. Anno, The Boys Clothier, sign on short notice. Good work. '
Orlando. 2-18-13-4t No. 10 Washington, street 14-6t ORLANDO !.
charge,of every'detail* .-connected, with. among dealers in twenty American .

.' .. the departure.' , ''even acting the- .role -of states.'The court, therefore, has now A good carpenter wants work. S i 1 t 5 i t t 5 .

.. 'poliowaen' to.deck any unseemly bois- only abstract legal points to consider, Screen work a specialty. General BUSINESS COLLEGE'MODERN
> ,terou&ess .* the art of the older repair work done with neatness and
,.. on unless indeed, the government tries dispatch. Give me a ,trial. Leave or- + TEN PER CENT OFF '

s town IP8Opl, to ,fend, the coffee agents to prison. ders at SentinelFURNISHED On .1
4 J' still have than three .
: The agents more WAISTS, DRESS MATERIALS .

r' PRESIDENTIAL, PARTY.Washington million,bags, only one-tenth of which 416 N. Orange.Ave.Go ROOMS. to' rent-Apply LACES; EMBROIDERIES !
they will put on the ,market this year; NECKWEAR AND HOS COURSES IN
D.. C., March' 3.-The but it is in'Europe, where the American to Pope & Cox's Lunch Counter IERY"Handkerchief '

'suffrage 'parade" took shape'. simultaneously courts cannot reach it The coffeeit No. 1 E. Pine St for something good Specials Single and Double] Entry Bookkeeping. Corporation
in two .different portions oi f' the to eat 12t
._ ,. will be remembered, belongs to Ready-to-Wear and Panama '
The : Bookkeeping, Banking, Shorthand ;
l' Washington'this'afternoon. pageant state of Sao Paulo in Brazil, which S Hats + I ,
: proper-presented by a tableaux 'the coffee raisers LOST-Somewhere no Court street, Typewriting, Penmanship, Commercial Law .
bought it to protect a small chain purse with some MISSES HAMILTON &: ,
r : of over a hundred classically from ruin when a succession of big small change. Return to Miss Hope DUNNOrlando Commercial Arithmetic, Spelling and all

,,::< garbed women typifying Faith, Hope, crops, made the price so low that it Starbuck and receive reward.I Florida '

Charity, Justice, Liberty, Columbia, did not pay to produce coffee. ..and the. HAVE A NEW HOUSE for sale on t .. Branches of Civil Service.

Government and.kindred subjects, was State of Sao Paulo- cut out its coffee Hillcrest Ave. near Magnolia This . . . . ::1

; staged on the broad terrace of the industry for a time, and now Uncle i9'a section of the city that is rapidly DAY AND NIGHT CLASSES
4' building. building up with fine homes and is one _
Treasury Sam discovers thathe is holding .the. of the best locations in 'Orlando.

:; ,Among the women taking part in bag. Souse has eight rooms and bath, and Experienced Teachers Charge.' Diplomas
this portion of the suffrage celebrations six large closets, covered porch in

'were Mme. Lillian Nordica, the rear. Sidewalk on street and to.rear WELCOME TO Granted and Positions Secured for Gradu- .I
BOTH'WAYS. door., .Electric fixtures throughout
", prima donno; Flora Wilson, daughter From the Baltimore American., Street clayed. Lot 72 x 150. Will ates. .
,of the 'secretary of agriculture; ,Mary about sell on accommodating terms. Call RIYAL PALM
a'story a
"Jinks is writing
Shaw, the Shakespearean actress; for key at 601 ,Magnolia avenue, Patronize Home Institutions.
..Fola.LaFollette, daughter of Senator baby"Then and a he horse.evidentlytrying 'withmite Chauncey Holt-< *,.'. BARBER SHOP

;- LaFollette,and many other noted pub WANTED-To rent 3 or 4 unfurnished .
lic performers, all of whom held symbolical ' and mane. rooms'with bath;.for housekeeping Modern and For Prices and Terms call on or address::
or small cottage,,near fice. Complete.
during their review of ; postof
; poses The chap who keepshammering. Would lease for:summer or a year if individual
Everything new,
,the mn-Iong'procession. knocker.. can find satisfactory place. Man and
The'paradi formed about the peace away isn't necessarily a wife only. No children. Address Sen electric attachments at every

,(monument, which stands at the foot tinel'Orlando. Iw chair: No stone has been left Or1o[ Busess Colleae[

of the capitol terrace at the lower end Shanibarger, Bicycles and Sundries. .WANTED-To buy one good driving unturned to make this shop

r'. of Pennsylvania avenue. It was headed horse. Must' be gentle( and cheap meet th erequirements of the

,by,the grand marshal, Mrs. Richard for cash. Apply to Singer Sewing most particular. Plenty of Thu wee PMNE 5)7
______I ss. Machine Co.WANTEDA. Courteous attendants. .
i Coke Burleson. She was clothed room. ORLANDO I
semi-military attire and sat her larylarian'sOriental | man' who understandshow ELIJAH WHITEHEAD, ,

; horse: like a field,marshal of Nap to run a ,four sided moulder Proprietor.
and planer. Apply Taft Novelty
rl/ leon's Old Guard. Mrs. Burleson isthe ArtStore Works, Taft Fla. Orange AveOrlando, Fla. .. ,
wife of Captain Burleson of the
j New 7-room house, with electric
a ,regular army.
- Next came Miss Inez Millholland, Latest Designs .and Patterns lights, bath and all modern eonven-: .
for in Oriental Goods iences. Lot 75x200. Price, 2,850.I I
x t also mounted. She was the herald
. ,Tailoring for Terms to suit I ss.
the parade and 'was dressed in robes Expert
surmounted Ladies and Gentlemen CHADWICK & COOPER. The Little Tea Room
:of yellow by a great pur '
banner whose staff fitted into a Progress Laundry for TIlE .
Street Orlando Fla. .
105 E. Pine ,
White Folks
stirrup cup and .rose above her head. Only Make known your wants through -
this column.
Mbs Millholland sine
Following Cor. ,Church Court Sts. -

.te. nushers, robed in light blue and SHOP
k have just received a "AN EXCLUSIVE FOR LADIES"ART
3; gold and carrying yellow and blue Car Load of fine. Bananas, fresh and THE ,CAR

pennant.. 'Young'' girls, mostly of I in nice condition, on Railroad Track ,BAZAAR AND WOMEN'S EXCHANGE. FINE
s' Washington appeared in this group. near the passenger' depot Will selfthis I HAND WORK. EMBROIDERIES, STAMPED
fruit, retail wholesale
or cheap.
'F e They ,marched on.foot,preparing. the I W.A.Slaughter. G.G.Wright I Come before they are picked over, and BTAUMG GOODS. ORDERS TAKEN FOR HOME-

way for,the'officers, of .the National A.D.' : get some of these fine Bananas! 3t MADE CAKES, CANDIES JELLIES. .
American Woman Suffrage Associa WrightTHE .4-- ALSO CUT FLOWERSDAINTYREFRESHMENTS
FOR SALE Nancy Hall sweet pota- AOUT ,

tion.. SLAUTER MFG. CO. ,toes. Call at Webb place, near Bel I SERVED TO ORDER <

K" f:' t Sfedal BCaBifold:'Soil Pipe ton. Long. Dairy. 2t ASK FH. KIIWSTIATNN

It is easy enough to see where the Rtttegs.Fewfey 1 1 .Agency for .

; '. ,,' ,weather forecaster' made a mistake ,nd, Skipping' Point: Before' you go away for the summer SEE SPIBELLA COB E'l'S.
( forecast -- Fku order the'weekly Sentinel sent to .
,the day. after the Ortado., your '
...,.. : adCkattamega, address. It: is the oldest, largest.and I, MAGRUDERt MRS, VAN BUSKffiK, Conetferej'

Tema.r best paper in Orange county and only .
tfe : .,
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; :Mrs.Wilson, in the role of house-i. i1If
;' Jreefer,. 'has prompted .a ,distinctlySenernsi JUST RECEIVED "
: he. e of food preparation.
7 Both;ahe and Mr. Wilson are very 'CLE NLINEss" :',, THE MARKET
' ) fond of the'cooking of'the' South, and THE MABKKT I t OF QUALITY
, ,t shineehis,, :marriage Mr. Wilson has , ," 1"
: .
thrived upon this.diet The ideal din. ' '

.ner;a la,Wilson; is as follows: Chicken My Spring .line of Men and
; Southern style, rice, candied sweet \
,/ potatoes, white beans, corn, fruit, sal BoysStraw Hats in ,all the .
. ,ad. -This lacks,only grits'and turnip newest shapes. Nice line of -
to make; it ideal.
greens So great,was Mrs. Wilson's interest Panamas for $5. My spring LEND US YOUR'EAR

A in her into home comparative that art was oblivion allowed'tlapse till Trouser line is now completein

about eight years ago, when herdaughters all new shades. .
began. ,to attain maturity. f
The:...'Wilson girls aside from their 4.

distinctive. ,bents: have:been'taught to YOUR PATRONAGE HAS ENABLED US TO MAKE GREAT
'foster a great,affection for an active, STRIDES IN ESTABLISHING IN ORLANDO
j (out-of-doors life. They excel in horseback Clark Robertson
riding,' in golf, tennis, dancing I

and While swimming.not avowed i THE PERFECT MARKETVISIT
an suffragette,
Jerome Palmer fir Co.
Mr Wilson thoroughly believes that Successor to

a higher destiny awaits woman. .
"The tireless energy of the twentieth ..
_,century woman," says she, "is I US AND NOTE THE ABSOLUTELY SANITARY
} wonderful to behold.It is the manifestation HHilliMIIIIIMMitMtMlllllllilimMMIMIlimLET : METHODS WHICH GOVERN OUR HAUDLING OF -
of the awakening of,American -! I
: ':womanhood-a spirit that is destined "JIM" DO IT !
,to help us maintain ourselves in
Best Meats and
the: vanguard of civilization. I am a Poultry Game }

great, believer in the intellect, ,
strength of character and optimism of If you have property to sell

the, Wilson's American Washington woman." Plans for : Let ;Jim do it. i Satisfactory, .Accurate Service

(i'. March 3. I: If want to buy
you ;
It is even rumored that a syndicateis
forming to buy Let Jim do it.
full, of fragments to be gathered up a '
after, the meal and to sell them for I : City and Country Properties, Farm t
souvenirs, on Pennsylvania avenue the
next)day. This syndicate is willing, Lands, Groves and Tracts Look Over this List of SpecialtiesPERFECTION
it is'. reliably reported, to take the LOOK AT THESE BARGAINS I
risk of',Mr. Wilson's family being of Twenty acres, 10 acres of which is in bearing orange
temperaments similar to those with grove, and balance of 10 acres in timber land, five-room ALL-PORK SAUSAGE CHOICE GRAIN FED POULTRYALL
t, 'which' :the members of the family of cottage, located three miles from city, price $3,000.00. VARIETIES OF CHOICE MEATS CHOICE DUCKS AND GOSLINGS
the.late Jack Sprat were endowed.Mr. Twenty-five acres, 10 acres of bearing grove, 600 SELECT OYSTERS FRESH FISH
."Wilson is scheduled to smoke trees, five-room house and barn, located on lake front,
thepeace,, pipe at the New Willard fotr'miles, from city, price $4,000.00. s
hotel!tomorrow night To that place 15 in 1000 trees 15
r Thirty acres, acres grove, acres
he will adjourn immediately after the : of fine farm and vegetable land located on lake front, Market
f Shoreham hotel dinner and the smoker : four and half miles from city, price $5,000.00. Parlor
arranged to take place there in his Forty acres of virgin pine timber land of fine fruit and
honor is being prepared by the men : vegetable land fronting on Lake Conway, four miles from a
of Princeton'University. He will be : city, price $2,000.00.Twenty I ,
escorted thither by a contingent. of : acres of lake front land near city suitable for I
Princeton men and the evening wilt'be I. sub-division. Price 380000. ; i- '
spent 4n the usual informal mann Forty-five acres, five acres in bearing orange grove, H. M. SELF & CO.

affected,, by ,college ;men everywhere. small house and barn, located at Conway, five miles from : .
There :will,be'a"'lot:of about, old aNo.. 18 20 East Pine Street. : 80k a
$1,500.00.Five PHONE NO
city, price j
Princeton ; :; . ,_... ,.: ___ ,0_ _ __,
times'at acres with cottage near city, price $1,500.00 T
Three and one-half acres with twelve-room- house,- located _ 61' :
1- ;fiTYU ;'IN PARASOLS.. near city: pricg,$1,500-) III .
:, Tii> ''>ich;' b i6rings ;of 'the, Orient : Twenty acres with bearing grove of 360 trees, small S

have.been called.'. upon,freely-.for the house and barn, price $2,800.00 '
beautifying of this'season's parasols, J rot'MOIDOFFICE OVER BLUEDRUG niHiiiiiiiiMiiiiiiiiiKhiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiMi i i i i i i i i I Iii III II .
says, the Dry Goods Economist The L. ORANGEIAVENUECor. I'

bright Bulgarian colors are especial _ _ _ ._ . . . . ._ _.
- - - - - - - - -- ---
prominent in the decorations, while :.: -
,themore subdued:tones of reds, yellows -

purples, blues and greens are
represented jn "the coverings proper.In 1ORLuBANk & TRUST OOMPANP

coloring many,instances of the material the texture are and so rich the THHlNHWj CASH STORE

,as not to require any'additional'irim-
t ing. The novelty American Beauty Capital aid Surplus and Undivided Profits $120,090.00. :
shade,::known'as Nell role, is given jl{
t excellent representation. White linens South and Hughey Sts. Total Resources over Three-quarters of a Million.L .

will,be especially active and secondto
these will range the black and WE BUY FOR CASH AND SELL FOR CASH. WE Report of the Condition of Orlando
white effects.,The assortment in black KEEP OUR EXPENSES DOWN AND CONSEQUENTLY ; Bank and Trust Co., Condensed I
and whites varied. Almost every width CAN KEEP OUR PRICES DOWN 'o, From Report to Comptroll

and type of stripe are represented,applied ... er Feb. 4,1913RESOURCES
in many novel fashions. Blackis Our Prone No. is
A' {
much used as,a.trimming. One of . ';:' A
the most attractive styles now shown And an Order will Have Prompt Attention, and will be s Loans and Discounts .....$393,161.05"
is a Nell sain' trimmed with an Delivered to Any Part of ,the City. Overdarfts .............. 193. 3 ,i
inner border roses of black and white striped __ __ I TI.I-l.', .... .rear'' "\ ,; Jr ,,' Stocks and Bonds ....... 26,018.33 <
silk and a Nell rose button with, D. B. RAYBON, Proprietor ORLANDO, FLA. Real Estate, Furniture and
black white ::3 :, Fixtures ... .".,...,,. 25,853.44Cash
and striped loop placed x'!
ft midway between the, gores on the _L. r on hand and in Banks 215,084.83kii

outside.>> 1 I Iiirii1! .

.OAKLAND. .1 LIABILITIES $660,311.18

m Insurance y E Capital Stock .. ........100000.00
Oakland, March 2.-Weather con- Surplus and Undivided
tinues fine, but has been quite windy Profits ... .......... 22,832.33
for the past few days. I Deposits ... '.,........,. 537,4185

Mr.-and Mrs. J. R, Tifton of.Dan : < Best CompaniesLowest .. ..
ville, ni., left for. their'home on Wednesday $660,31118We 1

'after spending some weeks Rates invite the attention of our cu*. >
with.,:Mrs. Tifton's sister, Mrs. W. T. LI ,.J : tomers and friends to our statement
Hickman. Honest Losses Promptly above and wish to assure them that '
Mrs ,Annie Smith and children are we appreciate their patronage and "'t'
visiting her parents in Lake Helena., i'\ Adjusted and Paid ask for a continuance of same.
C. H. Glide, A. J. Willis, Jos. El. t Don't forget that our deposits are
well,'W.,T. and J. E. Petus attended commanderyin T. I A cordial invitation is extended to I
Arredondo Thursday evening,',at'' Way visitors ,in our city to call and open
which,meeting the, commandery was . (Mel States GmmMri,SIlk aid duty! Depwfery. an account;with u.
,inspected by 'past grand commander .11

Louis Miss C.Aubrey Massey.Briley had a painfulaccident Phone 172. 23 South Orange Ave. --ii-- :::- 00 1 i Iii : : \

Monday to her foot,; which : I'
preveatedher: returning,to college at : HMillMMttMlttHIF
Winter.Park ,this week. .
J. B. McKAY .
i ,
for, their home Friday after DRUGS, PHONEDRc1'i4'NEy BUILDER. .
spending a_ few days with:J. C.' MiChaeL The ARTISTIC.PICTURE'FRAMER of Ordo, r Soperifltead AH Work. ';
& Sonhlnri Ht
\ :
STREeT HUG .Prices That Are an
:, JOB. Huchen is,preparing to pines '
,put on .
ent :
market : ,.to, 8...:. Haad,, .- ':
the some valuable buildinglots -
:' ; . All Work,Guaranteed..
in the eastern part of the town. GNVANY niI
. "
: ...
Mr. G. W. Bowen,is off. for a'.few FULL LINE : OF CoMPLETE .J' -.. .:5t. "
;. .
HOUSE';FUVE.:f'..."'., " !V'l.< >-<
..,.. .
days' camping trip just at .the ,close .LAUTER'S NEW -. I1J"t, J .d
SEE FR' -' '
I A'N'X- 'B 'rB 'i"s: NI8IDNG8 7 !' :mea get-through; 'theUs
of the hunting, season. ": : \ :':: ,1. '(_!, you: reading ,
Those who have oranges to sell now SANITARY Manufacturer of Artiidtl 1t _, .. ,<",! : & ..W.IIiWiar'l. { . , SestfcieL/mail ,it to some friend ,or
PIPE CONNECTION ;1'AM1II!:IN & ,. ......" iejfMklatance at ,j
are getting nice prices for;.good rounda SOIL 4 !"' 1 ,_ .. .fl' : a distance Very of.
: .. Stone, Fancy ;Xfetour'aad, .J i 't..!' '// :;r. Thse ' ,. ., *
fruit _.f,_ ::: -,,,, 'f" _' ., > .. : : ... ,; t I & the bnngoa; new' settler.:
; Absolutely Sanitary, ;and used, ; Ornamental, Work- 't ';._ ... / :, .:, ,: : : t". .<' .' : oi
lleffersot: '"St9XJWM, ti......: '' '
: ,
; WANTED-:CUa fetter. Ragi the by all good'.plumbersIMIIIIHIMIIMMIMHI : :, :3 Ueribe for the' Sentinel. Now it
' ,Seatiwl Oftee the,-&M- 'wr J.BM.|.yea :the, ,molt: \1
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t,'': ; ,' SIGN FORM OF,GOVERNMENT' , ---- of .

; Mr. J. C. Patterson who is very
much interested in Commission Gov .
t t. .... for : _} .
ernment' Orlando- ,is making, a .' : : : : : i: '
careful ,and extensive investigationand
the Sentinel believes this t
; !MANS MUMMM-ffoagrr KHTOBBnide as to bea

-Oia Nu.kr M, fe Ntaber. 2SflCtiL'NOTICE subject in which the people of Orlando - .,' .... .
are vitally interested: the letter ,,. ,
the; ud Wonan'i Department bt f':
-Notice*. for Social can -
y "c'- .to the-Society. Editor by either, off the above' Wepbo s Mail, cherrfully published.
irrNtea'aotIc to the 8ociet7.Editor, care Sentinel Notice.of; soda function L, D. JENNINGS '.
'ds. aieiliM- ckwch'plbatnv"and other Item of social 'bterat should betiliphoneit Attorney At Law
,'4 to this department',at soon. 'as they occur- ba order that their news Sampler, S. (XFebruary .
she b. sac,b sirid.

- '1 Mrs.Dear Orlando Jas.Madam,C Fla.:-Patterson' ,' 28th, 1913.,> e igis NE[W STYLE L[ NICLLES I L[ '

I. I We have secured a city Manager
I ;PleaMB 'Gathering M the Home of since the 7th of January. He was .
Rain Fell on Ten Days, But Total Fall
.'.'i 4 ' Kn. 8dmJer.' Not Exccssire Only One Really born and raised in Maryland; has

'The local chapter of Daughters Bad Day., been living in ,South Carolina about .,,':., INDIAN HEAD ON ONE SIDE '
; .ef; the American Revolution held an From, the monthly statistics fur- seven years. Never lived in Sumter ; ,; > BUFFALO FIGURE ON OTHER
: Interesting opes meeting at the home nished by Local Weather Forecaster until he came to us as Manager. : ',r.," SIDE t
:;, of'Mrs; F. X. Schuler' last Saturday B. Everybody seems very much pleased '' -
George Wurtz for, the month of .> : THE LATEST COIN ISSUED BY
with him. We believe have
afternoon, to which ladies both we secured
( 'W February just closed, it would appear THE GOVERNMENT.
,,--t from the city and''nfcarby. towns' were that' it; was about equally divided as the right man. We can see a <. J;
-t h 'invited. '\ regards days' that were clear while great deal .of change for the better, GIVEN IN CHANGE, .' OR EXCHANGED .

,An unusually enjoyable program the temperature for the month was even in this short time. When we i' :,_';\4 ', ; FOR THE, OLD
} )hadbeen; arranged, which ,included a 4.91 degrees in excess of the normal were trying to induce the people to , ,. '; : STYLE .."'

vocal solo,by"Mrs. Demming, a reading which is 60.9.: vote for commission form of government '. .:' .', : ;;., ::,,''' \
? by'Miss Elizabeth Smith, piano There were 8 clear days, 10 partly with the Manager feature, practically .:.r ,;. \

, solo, by Miss Beers and'an instructive cloudy and 10 cloudy days and on all of the parties who, were ,?' a
;( JI per. on the.,"Louisiana Purchase 10''of these days rain was recorded. leading the fight, were afraid if they >, \
:::- ''*. : Mrs. Dora Davis. tried 'to press the manager feature,
Written by ,
The greatest rainfall was during the Ills a pkasve lo serve your every require eatTHE
refreshments of and that we would lose the'whole fight.
/ Dainty punch twenty-four hours as between the 13th *
cake, were passed by'the members of and 14th of the month when there was I did not agree with them, and told
. fl.! Miss them I would fight ,for the whole
: ,the chapter, presiding recorded a* rainfall of 1.37 inches. The
: 'at the prttily decoirated serving: total thing; win or lose all They abandoned -
precipitation for the
\ was
": :table. 4.02 inches. This was .75 above the the fight for the manager, but I [ PEOPLES[ NATIONAL l l"tile BANK
normal continued to fight for manager to the

:' ENOCH. ARDEN" 'TO BE ,PRESENTED Temperature Changes. end, and won on this feature. I believe -

,", 7 IN ,CLUETT HALL The highest temperature during the that practically everyone here Progressive laiV" Yew accent stUdied 4U
will admit now, that this is the main
'NIGHT.Miss: month of February was on the 28th
feature of the 'commission form. I
when the mercury went to 80 degrees,
Elisabeth Turner Smith, Read- and the lowest on the 16th of the feel satisfied that if the question was

:P 1.er"and ,Miss Vivian Beers, Pianiste; month when only, 44 degrees were to be voted on now, a larger majority ,

: ,both>Ukated members ,of:the faculty registered. The greatest daily rangeof would vote for'the commission form . .
4;: 01:the Cathedral School, are to givewhat temperature was'on the 10th when with the manager feature, than did ">" o' .
f \ to'be and before. We have a man who is always ,
_: promises, a unique un- there was a difference of 28 degreesand
," wually:pleasing'recital in the audit- the. smallest range on the eighth I on his job, and being always on f
'J I.a 'orium of Cluett Hall tonight "Enoch when thermometer Varied only 8 II I his job we secure a great deal more ..

,: ,Arden," .Tel 1yson's. beautiful poem degrees. The mean temperature for I I for ,the money, than we ever have ,
,, 'win be recited.,by Miss Smith, while the month was 65 degrees. This has done before.
.t Mist
.,; ,piano with-an'especially adapted mus- and only twice exceeded. In the year, L. D. JENNINGS.A .
'> t\ 'fcal:arrangement composed by Rich-' 1891, the mean temperature :was 69! committee consisting of Judge
..A Warlow, L G. Starbuck and Mrs. J.
aid Strauss. Both Miss Beers and and.in the year 1893 is was 67. The
;Mils,'Sesithare, artists of rare ability lowest mean temperature recorded for C. Patterson have 'the matter in

'! and many/times have delighted Grit February since 1891 is ,56 degrees in charge and with the co-operation of
< *fail Orlando* audJences. the years 1902 and 1912. The average Mayor Reynolds and Chairman Wm. .
Smith, are endeavoring to get the real
:\ daily excess of temperature during
\ ""HONEY BOY" :MINSTRELS.biters ; last'month was 3.7 degrees as com- facts about Commission Government
: for the benefit of the tax payers of
pared with the normalThe
,':' ; )\,- of ,the fair. sex make up prevailing direction of the wind I Orlando. ,.
,the major portion of the audience at was from the northeast and the total I ORANGES IN NEW YORK
:all matinees given by George Evans CRO CROflS
r 'movement 5042 miles. The average New York, March 3.'Florida'
: anet'his "Honey Boy" Minstrel!, who
, velocity was 7.5 miles and the
: anges were very firm and their condition -
"' --appear at the Lucerne Theater Thurs*
; velocity for five minutes showed great improvement, there 'I
: :day, March.20th.The ,
'" was 46 miles per hour on the 19th. being very little wasty fruit received.
; >
.- .. magnet, responsible to a large .
There was a slight frost on the 16th Receipts were light Most sales were
extent for this great outporing of the and 17th., The fog dates Feb-
made from $3 to $3.50 with poorer:
'fr:".gentler gender' is, Charles _Hilliard, ruary 1, 3, 6, 12, 17, and 18. stock from $2 to $2.50 and a few ,ofthe'
lt who gives pleasing, refined_and ar-
best desirable sizes from $4 to Are and
: tfrtk impersonation of girlkind in that THE NEW ,NICKLEMr. $4.25. jamming packing our
? epic finish of the,show, *De Go Lightly g
C P. Dow, cashier of the Peoples About 13,000 boxes of Porto Rican
;, : Guards' Reception.." He appears as National Bank, ever on the alert oranges were offered and the market store now taking advantage of the
: :an. alluring octoroon beauty, hand. ,
: for that which will, please his customers ruled easier on cultivated stock which
; I'aomely gowned, and, is programmed was yesterday presenting some fruit was only in faircondition. Cultivated -,
< f ;>8MCbiqeyanna Golightly," the, heir- : great Shoe Sacrifice as shown by
;: of his friends with the new nickle, fruit sold from $2.25 ,to $2.75 ,
;tf- ees'Haintown: ;' Ala Her- affection with the buffalo, on one 'side, and ahead with wild from $1.75 to $2.25 and off
3 ii gained by ,the, "Honey Boy," who
of the American Indian on the sizes and wasty stock from $1.25 to
, ,
; bears the of "Cicero Did I
. : cognomen other. $2.. _.
: > ,BHts Joaes," and later poses,as "Gen- These two types of America's first
F .eral Woof Woof," an African military inhabitants which art so rapidly dis The Red Tag .PrIces
: S. D. Harris of St Petersburg was
appearing awake an. interest in the elected president of Florida Sunday
-* Women, ctfrions women, come to forthcoming exposition of the com-
School Association, at the State con-
jee,if:all the reports'concerning them pletion of the, Panama Canal in 1915.
arvelousaimulation vention held in Jacksonville a few
: of their sex by --
.'this actor .are.true, and also to' gaze The St. Augustine chautauqua will days ago.Subscribe.
*,in,awe, and at, times in envy, at the oen Monday and 'will continue for
beautiful 'and,costly,gowns worn, by 'ten days for the Sentinel. Our entire Stock of Shoes marked

:him in this ,role. It is'said he never

;flails to,mystify his auditory. Womenfairly I
gasp at ,his achievements and down to the Limit of Reduction for I

, discus nothing else. I

,'. ;> .. A'MILE-:OF BUICKS A Large Assortment of QUICK STOCK REDUCTION

i "
"' The largest single shipment of automobiles .

: -in the world went out, from The stock must be reduced $1 Q000.0.0

-th,hundred Buick factory seventy-five recently Buicks, when three were New Snii and Sum$ Woolens -

' shipped to the ,Howard Automobile in two weeks. Our RED TAG

Co., of San Francisco..

y h cargo, ,The train represented was a'a mile value long of and$431-the embracing the most favored SALE PRICES will meet ,that end.


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