The daily sentinel

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The daily sentinel
Uniform Title:
Daily sentinel (Orlando, Fla.)
Alternate Title:
Daily South Florida sentinel
Place of Publication:
Orlando Fla
Josiah Ferris
Creation Date:
March 6, 1913
Daily (except Monday)
normalized irregular
Physical Description:
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Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
newspaper ( marcgt )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando
28.533611 x -81.375833 ( Place of Publication )


Dates or Sequential Designation:
Began in 1913.
Dates or Sequential Designation:
-v. 1, no. 269 (Dec. 20, 1913).
General Note:
J.F. Schumann, editor.
General Note:
Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 4 (Feb. 14, 1913).

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t., .Special' .to .Va.. March 5.; Governor London March 5.-_ A. challenge. by i Augusta, Ga., March 5.-A welcomeas 'Berlin, March 5.-Dispatch tonight Douglas, Ariz., March 5.-For some D. C., March 5.- sar.
Richmond -- -
t the Royal Ulster Yacht Club for a series demonstrative, if not more so, as' to the Frankfort Gazette from Constantinople -I unknown reasons the Mexican troops rounded by members of her famil I circle

:.Mann, ; 'late this afternoon granted a of races for the American cup Hon. William Howard Taft ever received -: }says: Greek transport. I began firing today over the border at breakfast in the family dJu'ng!
March 28th and
until iq'oyd J
F respite who to take place in 1914 made on behalf in Augusta, while President-!i"Themistocle". was sunk by the Turk-i I upon United States troops that are room on the second floor, Mrs. Wil

Claude: :Allen,executed of Virginia here, next were Fri- of Sir Thomas Lipton, is on its way elect or President of the United ish cruiser "Haimidji," off casandra.1 strung over the border for twenty son, now first lady of the land, b gan

: 'c to have, '; been and convictedIn to America. It will reach New York States, was given him this morning on: This cruiser; according I miles on either side of this city. This her first day's reign as mistresl of
Father son were
; day.connection with the killing of JudgeMassey today or tomorrow.Sir his arrival at Augusta. With 1,000 patch troop ship, was loaded with sol I morning a thousand armed Mexicans the White House. It was not a lingering

Thorns Lipton expressed con- school 'children gathered in and diers, all on board going down with moved out of Agua Prieta, deployed, meal, for she and her daughters .
in the Court house
R .and . siderable surprise this morning when around beautiful Barrett Plaza, immediately the' ship. .* I I and fired on a detachment of American eager to inspect the new dnII -

:, Hillsville: over''said a year' he ago would issue asked about, the truth of the report I in front of the Union Sta- Another,transport was pursued, but I troops about a thousand yards ters,. were eager to Inspect the new
The.:Governor .
his |that a challenge for the American cup tion, and with each waving a small managed to escape after a long chase south of the American camp on the domicile which will be their horn* at
statement tomorrow giving reasons
a 'sent to New York. He had the .. ' Iboundary.I '
5 had been American flag and cheering at top -I. j j least four years.
for granting the respite. I IIf
; endeavored to keep the matter secret of his young voice; with 150 Rich- I A CLEAN SHAVE I One American machine gun was The President and his wife occo-
\ until the delivery of the challenge to mond Academy Cadets drawn up in enough and the Mexicans began flee- pied the room used by both Roosevelt

i: FIRST{DAY ,WAS A BUSY ONE.AT '[the'New, York Yacht Club. "For rea- military formation along Telfair I The Chautauqua Misses. Opportun I ing'as soon as it began to work. Two and Taft in the south-west corner of

-, WIIlTE'BOUSE-JOB WARNED'Or HUNTERS t sons of countesy. Sir Thomas rerretted street, where the former Presidentwas ity.-The Marble Tops Had Front j I'SeafsCode Mexicans were killed. I the mansion overlooking the green

that he was compelled to with- driven out on his way to his hotel Hill Breveted hills of Virginia in the distance y
Special Tht SentinelWashington
to hold details. and with several hundred citizens, including NATIONAL DEMOCRATIC Breakfast =
D. C-, March 5.-President ? .' Colonel EXE- being over, President
; Wilson sent the names of his!I Sir:Thomas admitted, however, that the Mayor members of the Yesterday afternoon *at two o'clock CUTIVE COMMITTEE MEETS. Wilson and the ladies started a tour
: his prejudice against the "old deed of City Council, prominent business men of
:Cabinet to';the, Senate today for con} with the promptness of a circus manager inspection accompanied by Mrs.
firmation. As the nominations left gift" rules had been overcome and professional men and many ,ladies Code Hill mounted the steps of Special to The SentinelWashington affray-White, house-keeper whom
that he had challenged for a series Mr. Taft's entry in Augusta was! I D. C. March Mrs.
': the_White:House it was officially announced'that the band stand on Orange Avenue 5.-At a Wilson decided to retain. The
1 of races under the,old conditions. indeed triumphal meeting held here the Democratic Wilsons
with the
2 : the slate was exactly : where he: proceeded to address the today are delighted new

,. 'as published in the Sentinel 1 large crowd that had. assembles to National Committee chose Hon. tome- Mrs. Wilson, during the inspection -

'c; In the .first ,statement he issued OLDEST ELK DEAD. THE CHAUTAUQUA. witness the public hair cutting. Mr. ; Homer S. Cummins, of Connecticut, :expressed many good com-

!. fromthe; ,.White House since he became I SeB--; ;: Hill.briefly recounted the events that I vice-chairman. It is stated that no Aliments on the servants for the way
announced Special to The I It is a source of regret and disap- resignation by Secretary of the Treas things; are kept. After the inspection
: President,Mr..Wilson !: Paterson, N. J., March,5.Harry C. lead up to this occasion, wherein was I I
that the r
.! today that he would decline to see applicants Stone, 70, said to be the oldest mem- pointment to the managers I I wrapped the tale of the hopes and ury McAdoo is necessary, because he the: Wilsons began settling their ell =
office in except: sessions of the Chautauqua are not I I is not a member of the committee andhas l fects and deciding on the rooms, hang-
person fears of sixteen of
m political
: for ber;of the Elks in the United States, better attended. Rosani stands at the I, years I been ,
those 'invited. serving as vice-chairman only pictures, etc.
former actor and theatrical manager, head of the list of, entertainers of waiting.' I I
died at his home here.. He I Then seating himself in the chair't by appointment of the ExecutiveCommittee. Mrs.,Wilson then sought her secretaries a
yesterday this country in his line, and is a man .
whose chief work
that had been in the center of today was m
and begun placed' ip-
WOODRoW'WILSON', PRESIDENT from family of clowns -
came his theatrical a career as a callboy who, commands good pay and it wasa the stand Messrs Jones and Lucius of I Hon. Rolla Wells, of St Louis, the 1 plying to notes of congratulations received
< surprise that he did not have a bet-
committeeman in '
from Missouri, anc l the mail today.
the Standard Barber
theatre in Shop proceeded
1- in. the old. Chestnut
-- --- -- ter audience last night: i l' locks who served through the campaign a s: At luncheon, a merry group of relatives {
4.A that had
k Washington, ,, March broadI]Philadelphia As an actor he playedin to remove the flowing
: It has often been said that in shad- 'I National .
by like appointment sat down with the After
,constructive: political policy,,during: companies supporting Booth and i adorned a good hard old democratic family.
owgraphy he is without a peer. The t was elected treasurer. luncheon, the President and his
his administration of the affairs of theUnited Barrett; and later became 'successful head for sixteen years. It took the x
: States'waspledged to the people ! and promoter of theatrical Goshen-Rogers Orchestra always dexterous hand of Mr. Jones just It.was decided by the committee, t) wife.took an automobile ride. Tonight
; Wilson"in')' manager pleases'an audience and their performances establish permanent headquarters i ii n][ the Wilson family party were guests
h: by presidentWoodeow ::' eight and. one-half minutes to per
t'.his inaiguraj\ address'ta liver d'.here. ?,' .' .yesterday were in line with form this ,feat and though watched this city, and maintain from now '01 r1 of honor at a big dinner given by the

t today; To }fi..Roscoe and '
aVatting" |
"" [ public. country advised of the of the family aske
of1 that watched the progres s party were,
:: to>>, all,j triotie'mel, irrespective prehaps: ever movements V
party; that:,they, aid him*to carrying Special to the Sentinel, I his musician are professionals :who of a pair o fclippers, he showedno : York March 5.-Evansto, Ma- devote all of their time to music and the Its
New : ; Government in Executive an d a family reunion. \
out'that policy, : nervousness.
"We shall 'restore, not destroy"1 r dero, one of ,the younger brothers keep' in touch with the musical world After the hair was gently removed 1 i Legislative branches. Hon Thom oSl. 1

the late President of Mexico, arrived and consequently are able to guage J. Pence will be in charge of heat l. .
said the'President summing up his I Mr.. Hill arose and made a few more I CABINET BEGAN OFFICIAL DU4.
Ithaca to await his their audience and render a
;. ,proposed alterations: legislative, today from parents program remarks, had his.picture. taken again i quarters- TIES. !
and other members of the faro that is 'sure to please. -nil fI+
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governmental, and industrial affairs. by photographer Robinson, and again .- !'> +
ily, :who are expected to reach here on Miss Jeanette Kling has, captured TENT MEETING """"""" .'.a'4"'IIi
subsided in the
'Existing conditions demanding change waiting arm Special to the Sentinel. .
Friday on the,steamer Mexico from. tEe audience and her appearance eachI
through legislative action were particularized until Mr. Jones removed the whiskers I Washington, D. C., March 5. < m1
Cuba. I da Yis hailed with delight. The reader -
President Wilson Havana, that like lace curtains his The revival services being conduced '
by as hung over firmed by the Senate within five min
: Young Madero, who is about twen plays a difficult role and it is not - . ,. .
by Rev. Turner and Prof. E. A.
'follows:. face. The quick, movements of. this I utes after their nominations were received
MA,;tariffvwhich cuts us off from ty-two years old, has just completed a always possible to measure out that skilled tonsorial artist worked this I Moony'at the tent, are daily growing at the Capitol, the members}

: our, proper part in ,the 'commerce- oft four-years' course in agriculture at which 'all can or will feed upon, but physical evolution in just seven and I! in interest The sermons are of President Wilson's Cabinet begaa

t. the world, violates,the'just,principles t ty Cornell university. He said he was she seems to possess the happy faculty one-half minutes,. making the unique j,forceful and carry conviction to many. their official duties this afternoon,.
Mexico. of her numbers
of taxation, and makes the Government ,entirely: without news from of selecting most ,record of removing the sixteen years The singing is in charge of Prof. most of them being sworn into officeat

: 'a'facile instrument in the bands from the old and interesting pages'of : growth in just sixteen minutes. Moony, who is ably assisted by Miss 4 o'clock.
DANCED IN BARE FEET. life, and these like the old,melodies of I I Frances Bolton, the well known ,
; of private interests. After this performance the curtain songwriter Secretary of State'W. J. Bryan was
the chord
----- the singer, touch responsive
banking: lifted again and Code Hill wearinga the first to visit his
"A ;:and, currency system, office, going there
\ based upon the. necessity. the Government Special to the SentinelWashington, D. (X, March 5.Scoresof I ih the human hearti intended William Jennings Bryan shave and Preaching every afternoon at 3 immediately after the cabinet meetingat \i
i entertainments
All these are -
r to.sell"its bonds fifty years women, many of them prominent, .I for rest, recreation of the mind and hair cut ((for Bryan is bald headed) o'clock and 7:30.Everybody the White House. He was greeted

,.r ago; and perfectly adapted to concentrating :are reported to be seriously ill as the stepped forward and introduced the I invited. i by Ex-Secretary Knox, who introduced

;cash and restricting credits.. I result of exposure to the chill wind body, a spiritual Today's uplift-Program. Honorable Code Hill, of Orlando, and WANTS AN ITEMIZED STATE- him to all heads of the divisions s ;

,"An industrial system,'which, take during the suffragist parade on Monday Morning by the crowd was promptly breveted MENT. and the commoner:took up his duties

it.on all sides; financial as well as ad*1 I Many of those who took part ,9:30' Bible hour, Dr. Geo. Summey. Colonel.He Editor Sentinel I see you do not late this afternoon.

{ 'jninistrative,'.holds,capital in leading!' in ,the tableaux and who danced in: 10:30 Health Talk, ,Dr. Geisel. then offered for sale at one dol- i publish the so-called report of the secretary Josephus Daniels, Secretary of the )

I firings, 'restricts the ,liberties: 'and i t their bare feet are reported to be Afternoon Jar each, some large and splendid of the Board of Trade. Whydo Navy, also called early at his future 1

*.:limits/the opportunities of labor, and!: seriously UL It is reported that of 2:30 Prelude, Rogers Band, Miss photos of himself with the,hair in its you not do this? That is a matter office, as did also Attorney General

t ;exploits without_ renewing or eonservs -!I the 5,000 women who participated: in Mosher, Soloist natural place-his head. Dr. Phil that belongs to the public.In James McReynolds. The latter has

:ing the natural resources of,the coun-: the celebration fully one-fifth of them '3:30 Recital, Edmund Vance Cook, lips, who'never misses an opportunity that report Mr. Howard files been prominent in the prosecutions ofa
try I less under the weather. to show his faith in Orange coun- number of tobacco trust suits and ;y
I are more or poet-humorist what he. calls a financial report whichis
.never,yet given the efficiency of great TEN, THOUSAND DOLLAR FIRE 8:00 Concert, Rogers Band, Miss one of these photos, thereby contributing nothing. He says paid out $1609.48 justice and the work' done there, sothat'he

business undertakings, or served as LOSS TO OCALA STORES. Kling, reader., a dada dollar to the Hill-Wilson and salary etc., $537.53. Should not did not need much instructionfrom

\ it should be through 'the. instrumentality campaign fund. these be itemized that' the public Ex-Attorney General Wjeker-: ,

r 'of science taken directly to the Ocala, Fla., March .-Fire destroyed LUCERNE. Mf, Hill, will, he ,announced, send will know where that money went to? sham. :

;:farm, or afforded facilities ,of credit the building occupied by the Har- THE copies of these photos of the before HENRY BENEDICT.For Secretary of Agriculture Wilson,

best'suited to its practical:needs.' rell-Johnson Company and four small and after taking" to President_ Wood-) the benefit of Mr. Benedict we who, for the past sixteen years has
."Watercourses undeveloped waste West The The Lucerne is producing pictures row WilsonMr. held this office has not "
;. negro stores,on Broadway. will that the Sentinel did not completely
k p1 cea"unredaimedj; forests untended fire originated in a negro restaurant.,I that are ,reproductions from These life and Hill in his remarks showed himself |publish the so-called report of the cleared all accumulated books and private \ ti
: and fast without plan are proving'very'popular. pictures a humorist of no mean'ability and when the'n
disappearing, and the flames spread rapidly. i Secretary of the Board of Trade for belongings w secretary ,
of this
the experiences .
;, ,or prospect of renewal, and unregarded The loss was;estimated today at portray amused the crowd by his unp mecC.: the good reason that'Mr. Howard : David F. Houston arrived this
very {
caste heaps at 'every mine." with only partial insurance. rough old world of ours as wordscannot tated witty 'sallies. If the Chautauqua afternoon, but the new secretary i
j i$1 ,OOO,' did not see fit to.favor this'paper expects
The j inaugural address of ,the new Atone time seven streams of water could havehad that:large crowd with of that to commence active work as -
a copy
: :President was short' in the extreme,I I were.directed,at.the flames and in,the The serious lessons of in life manner were at.its meetings itwould! .be .a decided financial report should report.A certainlybe soon as the remainder of the Cabinet t I"
the ,
occupying scarcely 2,000 words. No:|I neighborhood of 2,500 feet of hose thrown upon canvas a financial success. itemized be of value. The officers, four,.Burleson, Daniels, Lane
: that_left impression on the mind, ,But why was, that large_ crowd any
mention was.made of,the future for. in that is and Hedfield have moved their belongings
into the Board
was money paid of
the States theattitude and the thoughtful person will profit there?' Curiosity, tells the whole_
.sign policy of United or Trade is for civic from another office in the city.
of "the.'Wilson administration GRAND, THEATRE.The by these silent teachers who. are, so story.. It was new" and novel Thepeople advancement of civic improvement interests and and the \

accurate. -l are ever looking f something,
toward MedcoMISERABLE ,
1 'l'blee'WJieKe-; (Dr) ..,,.Selig The/reel, '"Start: Something," was, so n W.) "Old" things have passed away".j public,for want, to know that it, has been ,

:IIClutmate laughable that even. the' most confirmed said' the :greatest teacher,' this world: j used those purposes. Special to the SentinelWashington ,1t\' I :+

WEATHER.. t '>Frolic :.....:..Vitagraph dyspeptic would laugh to, his hu:ev known.:, !, "l ,' March President Ii

'- Elephants' Toilet, .:; :. ...Vitagraph. betterment' ,;and,nothing in years'has ,This-, little episode: ,of :yesterday ,FLORlDAOProRTUNlTlF.$ Wilson made ,formal announcement ,

; ",Yesterday morning the ,city was ,Ceaed1. '. so aauwd stall touched the afternoon 'ha*' :no, 'particItra.vabie; ,1 4 r today that he offered'an ambassadorship '
}- caught in one .of" :the" worst. blizzards I The"Making of'BreaeboBillyEaaiy, ,,of' ,,,an_J ." ., ..' as.;that. -series of,:pktem. iaWaelf.,. ,bet presses# ,heae'the great There 'are 'more undeveloped re- to Chairman William E. Mc'r

i.; that bat passed,.through :this section Ce t
: :for many years.. The,wind ame fromthe ", .Dec8mg'.Mandolin : , *" iggKited. ; .experiences,, wherein. .. the ii Ii';world, 'aal cowStioaa 'mart' be Florida than. any state in the j Union. committee; "1
,north 'and was. ,strong ,enough, to siiatliit--:.a prominentstiidrthiais met ratter; 'than: u tfceeriet"t.People "Mr McCombs told me he did not i

i retard' progress .going;>in any direction '. :' ;. roH at CMmt ,to:BBggwt wi tvfeae' to-fofiow;.after.;the' 'Mae. ,WANTED-dean'' Cotton Raft. the \v.isha cabinet appointment _I have: I

. ;;: : *xe pt that}of the' wind. Snow Kr.B'r '1' .' 1"f+rY. ?-"- --.--... ",Bid' _tie' eapriee of;fee ,old C. :year'aft*:year.da !. : 'c, 4I \ ;'j j I .-Seaitind.0119es: . offered him_one.of the chief diplomatic 1 -

seemed to.come'from! everdkeetion" e cJ Tuft' iM. ttttlt ,wife bwtt. fee ettaax I: Tlale aiabit awe .:. i==iiiid 'iiaew -' : posts and he Will accept I desire Ben H

; ,'tad. :filled even opening. exposed ,to .southern) regrMmUrtfre'flf_rite *] iBMr, ..apt "! arirBq. :wbea c mite h-fiat' ::...i hilt ef;.chri t'. .teachings are ,incomparable of cabinet size for,the chief'foreign I

i .' ,I." .:...' ". . f'cJIr ,Armstrong reri\of Piano C..n.ti imnt r ."t.:. .'d ,:...... ........ ;a'""JIer belt gLseiikti tbi. Amesispr l.i;': ; but:,to hold'up before:; the pub. appointments,". said the.President; 9. ,
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'THE :FIRST LADIES OF ,THE James Monroe was borne into office. Sung by the Audience I
i I"lAND-INTERESTING FACTS' on" the: tide of prosperity currently Next Tuesday :evening*,the guests -
known the "Era of Good'Feeling." will be, treated, to
,: as, many delightful
'. I ,The ,new: mistress of, the, White' I numbers. 'including: ',German, ,Folk
t 7t: ,louse;,,Mrs.'Wilson, nee'Ellen'Louise PLEASING RECITAL.AT NORTHHIGHLANDS. 'songs and compilations by" Johannes BAR6AI.SI! BARGAINS I 8ARGAI SI!
;_ or; ;Ixson,:was married President WjlMn : i Brahms. I
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at Savannah, Ga, :on June 24, I' J
HK5.. She,'wu' a radiant ,beauty of The 'fifteenth of the series of .
ike'south at the time of her marriage "Neighborhood' Concerts" took placein L" J.J Musi s '-.. We f take pleasure in announcing to Ladies and Childrens Ready to'j
jad Was,extremely popular in' Rome the studio of Mrs. J. Robinson Mur, the ,people in Orlando and .vicinity wear hats from 50c up. I f
Co., the;city:of her birth phy, of North Highlands, last Tuesday lit CdIUPOI11I'Manicure }fat our line of Spring and Summer Ladies Rain Coats. Regular $5.00' I
':The year,of the WOson-Axson unionsynchronized evening, and.the'programme,consisting '-4 I. '. : J Merchandise, which is arriving daily kind, now $2.98. Childrens Rain \
< ; With !dr. Wilson's acwpUnce of "request numbers" was listened Pedicure Shampoo, ;;" --:-- such as Dry Goods, Clothing, Shoes, Proof Capes from $L98 up. <
z, fl.a. ,_professorship in Bryn! ,to with much appreciation. The ,Face and Scalp Massage. '. :, / Hats, Millinery, Ready to Wear Hats, Ladies Washable Skirts, all styles
;k JEawr:College, where, as the wife of, following T selections were given: L, .. I the Styles Shown are varied enough from $1.24 up. ,
'" .at 'Ae*young'educator, Mrs. Wilson attracted Programme First Parlor over Dickson & lyes store k :: ;l to suit the tastes of every one, and Ladies and Children's Coats and ,
It' much' attention by: reason'ofler Come Back to Erin .........Claribel corner Orange and Central ;, the prices are in keeping with every Suits at Surprisingly low Prices ,
ready. wit. and her',faculty for Mrs. Whitney Avenues.. / purchaser's idea of economy. Calicos 5c per yard.
banning entertainment She has Pianos Transcription of Irish Songs SPECIAL BARGAINS DURING French Gingham lOc per yard. j'

,,fcrge brown eyes, ,her features are ..................:........Knhe liitlllMIMtllilMIIIMMICARTER'S. FAIR WEEK. To aceomodate the trade we give
,small and regular, and her head is Miss Rouey I Shoes for Men, Ladies, Misses and nice china
crowned with a' wealth of, waving Who Is Sylvia?"...._..'.. ...Schubert Children in all styles and colors, high away to everybody who ware trades'premiums with us. We
_;- town'hair. The Hurdy Gurdy Mart...Schubert and low'cut, to suit the taste of every Guarantee Satisfaction.
or your mon. t
f The Wilsons' three daughters, Mar- Ancient March from,Dalecaria j body.. All Shoes will sell at FIFTEEN refunded. '
put Woodrow ,. the eldest, Jessie ...........,.......:....Schubert! NEW STORE PER CENT OFF. ey
Come and convice
' 'Woodrow, and Eleanor Randolph, the Mrs, Robinson Murphy ), .tI Ladies Shirt Waists and Middy yourself. .
youngest, though bound by the 'closest Piano Solo, A Prelude ......Concone :: In Highland Grove :: Blouses of styles from 9Sc up. Your Trade will be AppreciatrcLLadies
s; .........Curlitt.I II r Dresses from Men's Straw Hats from 25c
4 r ties of sisterly affection, each have Piano Solo, A Study New Fresh Stock of Staple! 98c up. up.
y: a distinctive:bent, Miss Hamblin Groceries. Our Expense,isLow Childrens Dresses from 4Sc up. Men's Alpaca Coats from $UO up.Kanner's .
-; ;r Margaret possesses a good singing Programme Second. and our Prices Low.
mice and is a dose student music. Duet, Under the Willow.... .Foster
We Deliver to Any
Jessie is an enthusiast. ,sociology Duet, A Lover and His Lass,Walthew I
of the City. A Telephone
and has' become greatly beloved in the Mrs Murphy and Mr. SymondsA Order to, 325 will get the New York
Il 01 district ,of Kensington, outside Group of Harry Lauder's SongsMr. Goods. .
.f' Philadelphia, where she has been Ball I
icing settlement work,ever since hergraduation 0, Du Lieber Augustin .....German -- -
',from the Woman's College When 1 Was a Baby, (Contrasting the DELIVERED AT StoreIf
- Baltimore. Southern variant with the game, as YOUR DOOR Bargain
>, ?.Eleanor:inherits her mother's, gift ,played the New York sidewalks). .
x, ,4 painting: Mrs. Ribinson MurphyAn MMIMIHMMHIMMMMIIIIMIMIHIHIimtj
-:'' > ,All three'of the,Wilson girls are ac- Evening Song.......Blumenthal You Would be Posted be a Daily Visitor to this Store
..fcnplished:linguists. My Queen ......-........Blumenthal ------- ------- -------

jMrs.:::Wilson springs from, a line of Long Ago ........:....'.MacDowell
Presbyterian. preachers and has real A Maid Sings Light,.......MacDowell;
A4 .anthem."blue stocking" blood in her Mr. Symonds Star Employment
tons.. Her parental grandfather was Then You'll Remember Me ....,Balfe
; .
,s.distinguished,' Ga.,. ,and her clergyman maternal in .Savannh grand.- MMMMIiMMMMMHMtjELIJAH Agency

father was the'Rev-.Nathan. 'Hoyt, for ; HAND : Tell your troubles to Palmer.
.v aany'years pastor of the, Presbyter- Funeral Directorand He will get reliable help in any

in was:Church',the AthensGa.A. Edward, ,Her Axson father, of Embalmer line of employmentPhone I.

Rome, Gat, where,Young Wilson came ,Hand Block, Pine St. Phone 35 105IliMIMMMimMHI* 1
,a;courting.JMrs. .
sr .. Thomas R. Marshall is the 4 MIIMIIMItlllMIIMMill
.'daughter of William E. Kinsey, a "

farmer and country merchant in In- ..................u.ln..KDEEms.Im.1RIIBB'7! !
;F'r t l\\ ,Jana., In'her, girlhood days"she was J CHAS LORD J. N. BRADSHAW |
deputy clerk: in the office of the clerk 1 i
e rf the circuit court, ;and :Thomas R. '
1 Marshall,' a, ,bachelor lawyer,' wentJbere i I Lord & Bradshaw |
' :'to hold court as special 'judge .
end,became,acquainted with Miss Kin. We wish to announce to our friends, and the, public generally, I

.::to *iey,and, while'yet in her teens made ; that we_have formed a partnership* under the i Bei 31
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let:his wife.
: > A l They ,were'both ardent church and I. above,firm name, for a general |

...Sabbath,School ,workers,''being mem=: j
;'- t ra..otthe Presbyterian- Church, and i Real Estate.and Insurance.. I I
t the greater the responsibilities )m- II. 1 ** l. ':-
"" josed'on:them:the',closer devotion to business and are centrally located in q ground floor office at No. |'
tJod. 2 HI r ': f", / .
; They r are 'people of, modest means 17 8,Orange Avenue, (formerly occupied by Hamilton & Dunn | i ,

\,dad modest!habits and loved'by all Millinery), where we will be pleased to meet all our old friends x Hm I' .' -
.... I Hardware Harness
Agricultural Implements
-i-i4 f_ HISTORY OF ;INAUGURALS 1 and to make new ones. i Saddlery'I
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,., ,z Washington_ March' .-The pomp i' Our list of city and acreage property is surpassed by none, ii Paints, Oils, Building Material, Etc.

mod. circumstance with which Presi- and we have some exceptional bargains. COME AND SEE Us r |
s; :iteit,Woodrow Wilson.was borne into i OrlandoFlorida :

;-_I ,'jffice today accounts was much. of at early varience inaugu-withjfetorical I= Lord & Bradshaw |I ;. .f.. .

itions.* ORLANBO, FLA.BRIGHAM 1 1mm t. ,
Many of the early:Presidents of the 17 S. lUNGE AVL t

h 'republic were-,opposed to spectacular mmmm m'm .........I.JIII: I..........

r, .paugurals,. firstvoicing the plea for 1 "
limplicity which President. Wilson !
; itade the keynote of ,-his requests & HILL ; W. 11. SLEMONSAnd

.regarding, this ,inauguration. '
George, Washington record as an advocate: of induction into
'rfke.without,pompt or ceremony, by NEWSAGENTS l. -

x ,k deprecating his honor demonstration his inauguration, made in I ;, ur ew Swing toc is ornin In

'' ,,3iew., York.Washington's' Orlando Stationery, Souvenir and Curio Stor .:: .

second inauguration \ : we,will offer to you a Choice Selection of High Class r
;; vas,held in Independence Hall, Phil 22 WEST CHURCH STREET Goods. .
adelphia. There was then ,less display IN DRY GOODS, ALL THE STAPLE AND USEFUL ;
than there,was four years before, I ': ', GOODS as well as FANCY SILKS, and FINE DRESS =
ivhen..a crowd of'10,000,people cheerid IMMIMtftt GOODS, HOSIERY IN SILK LISLE AND COTTON, and .1.
'; him as he took the oath of office : 1 the Many: Accessories that Women Use . . . . . . ';
in the balcony of a famous old House '

"it City Broad and Wall streets New York 1913 ModelsMOTOCYCLES" : i"I ., Bargains Six Days in Every Week

The first inauguration ceremonies -- We carry all the time a large stock of SHOES of the .;
.ever held in Washington were those ',;_ best makes and newest styles. KING QUALITY MEN'S ..K
-j .if Thomas Jefferson, whose inauguration :: SHOES. CRADDOCK TERRY'S WOMEN'S SHOES '
;? was the most simple ever. held ,>. 'AND CHILDREN'S SHOES. NONE BETTER) ARE '.
? ,!ere. On the morning of his, inaug- SOLD IN'THIS MARKET. j
nation day he walked, with a select SCHLOSS BROS. FINE SUITS FOR MEN at $15.00, :
.group of his closest adherents, to the t. $20.00, $25.00 and $30.00 are unsurpassed for STYLE <
Capitol, where he,took the oath of FIT AND QUALITY. ,
fffice in the seclusion of the Senate' , J LORD BALTIMORE BOYS' SUITS WILL BE SURE
.h :Chamber. TO PLEASE YOU.
r When Madison was,inaugurated in
Four H. P. Models $200.00
Ft 1809 the demand for tickets of admis-
Seven H. P. Models $250.00
don to the ,Senate Chamber 'was so ,
pressing that the administering of the W. M. Slemons
-. tth' was performed on the portico i C E. Ei1perl:

tf,,the old House :of Represenattives
h r z'the sight of all the people, setting, ORLANDO, FLA. Agent for Orange County
I precedent that has been more or '
fcss strictly adhered to since.
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":,:.. '.;A- CASE",:OF- ,':INTMBST'TO' ., :MllJt' . :Real Barons: -
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: ",. .Mary A.;Pe& 1J':A..., al.,..vs- Theilc A!' ; 'N, '
??:: .' ,I I'c-;> 1 ,'" ;:.RealEstat IT'SA.FAIR'PR P0SITION IF'YOU WANT I .
f;; t' Mary A-' Peabody! of,I Cambridge, I
&MatheSieo.indBidford'Savings .
; : I
8 i Institution' and other owners 'of the Fourteen acres,of'good land in TO ASSUME THAT YOU ARE BRIGHTER: FRUIT
:Hotel Pocohontas at Point I L location. 9 acres jn grove. Local
t t iV ;Kittery on
y"the,.,Main, Coast, Reseated'.a: ':claim ,an t>> nice lake., Price $5,500. APPRECIATIVE OF.THE VERY Free from the dust mite and for which J
: ft; against,the, government for 1400,000, : '
" :; alleging'that.they had,been'deprived Ten acres:first class land. 5 acre: BEST. WE ARE'SPECIALISTS IN' f: you command the fancy prices, useSulphou.Citrol r
\' '<" of' by the government: i in grove. Splendid [location. $4,500 .
f., In the vicinity of the summer, "hotel
<\ Electrical and Motor Work .
i "' which" is ,near"Fort Foster a batteryof 'Two and one-half acres in excellent a
, big coast defense guns was established ][location. All in"grove., $1,500.A IF YOU WANT ;-
at the moonth of.the Piscataqne ELECTRICAL COMPANY
Eiver. The; battery was so 'situated .large number of business lots in < ''I
', that during target, practice the projectiles :various localities the city, and ARCADE BUILDING To destroy* the "THRIPP," use- I
,, went over the summer hotel 1 beautiful suburbs of the city at prices CHURCH ST.
and the claimants property by,reason ]ranging from ?100 to $1,000. PHONE 280 Black'Leaf Tobacco Extract '
of which, it is alleged, ihe'thriving ,
, business of the Pocohontas Hotel was Lake',front home sites containing. \ 1
\ destroyed. As the building was with. I two and more acres of land at the Our new 1913'Almanac containing full
! in the ,sphere' of concussion ,it was very moderate price of. $650. information sent you for three cents t
' '1: charged ,that windows' were broken
'; and that guests gave the place a wide For particulars call at office over postage. '
:: berth; Dickson &: Ives store, Orange: Ave.CARC Te Best is Cheapest
-The Court bf Claims dismissed the
f ; case holding that the firing of,projectiles JANSENMIIHiMMIIIMIIMIMMI SO GET THE BEST OFPats E. 0. Painter Fertilizer Co.
.. t over property, did,not'constitutethe I *
taking of property and that the *
government was not therefore liable.If I and Wall Paper
there were any actual damages, the :
court said, by the breaking of windows I IndeedThey : I t
the govenrment'would,doubtless : I THE 1912 WALL PAPER IN SAMPLES /
compensate,'the owners for it but it : : IS GKAND AND I WILL BE PLEASED f i
'I could not be held as having taken possession I :] TO SHOW THEM. ALL YOU HAVE TO c i I ff fI fI f

.,' of the property. .: : DO IS, TO TELEPHONE' AND I WILL I
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lave a list of houses built in 1912, I: GEO. A. BARKER PHONE 268 Fireplace Mantels, s
"No better to be
and take it for:granted.they'were aH cigars are I
finished before January 1,1913. The found anywhere we're I Tiles and Grates V .
of than, hence feel ,
.. law requires you to make.your return. sure we v h
I am.trying to give you a fair deal, no hesitancy in saying that I '
; but after the book is'turned over;to regardless of price, there is :.. Caloric Fireless Cookers,
) the'Tax Collector'it Win be:too' late 'not-'a' cigar made that you ,
for:you>,kick about.your valuation., can enjoy more than I Electric Pocket Flash Lights,
3 .If I miss a house or assess,a piece HAWLEY'S.STRAIGHTS.
'of land;too:low..nothing is said; if I "" Complete Electric Lighting ,Plants oi 4
'assets;you"too high you'will:have to x and ",, .

.,. pay return the before bill April unless:1st you, 1913.make I would'you :Made in HAVANAS Orlando. Sold by -::1, have now opened theirI Any Size I Installed.
all Dealers. ,
Only cost 5 .
,: like to 'have all;; property assessedeqaaL _....._ _
; It,is to ,you. There will V
up cents.ASK I
positively be. no change made,when FOR THEM !I stock of new prina! Hats ,
tax paying time cornea- It will be too V
late'to say my house.was set.finished IMIMtHIIIIMimiiiilH \ .
,or' my land..ii .not..worth' what yonhave "t and Millinery \ V
'' it ieseesed'at.. ' ,READY NOW t. ELECTRICIAN, r J
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; .. Tax'.Collectoi.Oiwsge'Cousty... : I Strong vigorous: tomato plants 'al t LATEST STYLES.I PANE 4X. New Iasi RM|., Church SL
r ,. $1.50 per thousand: The Bear's'Hea( .
', ,I' Farm,;Pine,Castle, Fla.., '10' I

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'.< The all-important question -Furniture.. You'll readily admit that you

V are looking for a full dollar's worth for every dollar you spend. then come 4d ,

to: us, we will see that you get it. .


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<:Reason' 'Why Most I {'

t . . h.A A Good Square Deal

'People .buy:at Kincaid & Snow(1(

I ?' Is what we all. want for our

den_ is, because they get an, honest

dollar's worth .of. merchandise for money "

You get one here. We
a' carry
every dollar they spend, they .

is ... w In. Stock more Home Furnishings
are given a square deal. 1 No.
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falsepromises no reckless adver- V "
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tising, ,no high prices*

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t 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 and re

fiance Without this trust modem business could not be. conducted. Our trust is yours for the askin .

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

stoves bf '

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,: . t:. .L : ,A .1. \ TIll'; D:il : WILL TIE SENTINEL! HOLD OUT "PROTECTING m ::c- / _
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Wfll continue to pnblieh.the Sen .' _
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;t .Far i d Sentinel tinel.comes -the - 'interested '
.enquiry by an The recall provision in .
!. .%.MOBN1NG .AND WUBILY8UB6CKPTION people each day.'and they tell us ,

.. .. ::; '1'f ---, ,. .' II that some people are telling them thatit commission weapon in'the government, ds' /as; You Will
HATW cannot hold out, that ,the expenses
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-.d .* _." which will keep the J
3 5v3, too, great, and;that it will not be
.THE. ,DAILY SENTINEL mindful at all f'> able to keep
.bee..year ,...,..;.i.i..,.(.. .$5.OO up. the people. It _need '
The deep shown for the Sen-
... 20 sized,.here that the
'. -fa Mcmths ..ff..1..f.1..
: t .,.Three Months.......... ... ... '1.25 tine but doubles'our purpose, and no of, the committee c nt.Find More for
combination by our. friends the
t';; :'!' .PtarWeek ................... 40Bf enemy one in that ,it urovides :
will stop it; nor will retorts of
.. commissioner enters a.
In Orlando M cents "Shady Ethics" deter the Sentinel {
news ,carrier per after. i
twenty cent .
per ,
x.x :Math...Dally and.Sunder.L from doing its duty and telling Elsewhere
who participated in the
oney ;
The Orlando Morainf Sentinel can be found the truth, regardless ofthe tion shall have
___-tale IB Orlando at. Curito. A OTfol't.Book ax at the root of the, tree, and call ) .
he shall be opposed
ss :Store.We let the responsibility rest where it
for the place and the
'wfll appreciate prompt complaint if willThe Sentinel when it 'makes :
.u en h not properly made by our carrkri.AdertWn ceives th ehighest : : YOU FIND BETTER JEWELRY . ,
', assertions will, back' them by'facts ,
: will be elected.
) r$te$ wfll be furakhed on ap-
and figures, and will demand that
generally YEARS THIS
r ,location. every man 'step'out in the open. From candidate enters a

: year THE, by mail WEEKLY,,pottage SENTINELTor paid. ...,-..,..ILOOMinu every of quarter Orlando, ,come telling to us us good of conditions citi- shall not be opposed by SO, IT IS SO TODAY, AND WILL
THE. 8BNTINEU Orlando. .Florida. for his place, the only' .
f> that not If Orlando
.Office 107, Con. ,Street, Arcade Building are right as to whether or not TOMORROW, NEXT YEAR, AND IN
-i: Phone' Z4 needs a house cleaning yea, if Orange be recalled. fa it is .4 I

county needs 'a house cleaning, she shall be recalled TO COME. ... ; _
EfttorJOSUH shall have it This beautiful city
held and then the ,
-. FERRIS._Proprietor.. should not be hampered in its marvelous .
submit their
; 'THURSDAY MARCH 6TH, 1913. development by the conduct omen f the successor is elected.

{f 'Everybody' talks :Orlando._. -, housecleaning of this selfish campaign motives.In we shall. of know municipal no ure'favorable lated in to the tothe make committee people the y Have I the Best and Be Sn

-0--- friend, and no foe. We expect to be
mindful of what the
N ,Orlando has several applicants. knocked by the knockers, and it will : I

Everyone4knows o.-something to. care only'advertise pie closer to' and drive the p e0-' house Mr.would Jones pointed be to in office his out how i )I f t the Jewdr Iry Line We Have It

.zip a:.eold-except the fellow .that has it The Sentinel has no desire to do any eloquent in telling of ,
o man or set'of men hurt, but the whole
l. provision of the Jones
must not suffer for the misdeeds of
{ These are certainly rollicking March tected" office holders
days.- the few. voters." We admit
r. Nothing does more good in the come
0 charter is a gem as a
C An Orlando barber can claim fl munity than going behind the scenes tecting the office the
... occassionally and bringing out the Jeweler
distinction,of having shaved Cot Code that was the reason
skeletons, hidden away in the closets. .
HilL. but what we

o J that it is_far more I
Mr; G.t.H. is still on the job in A PATHETIC PICTURE tect the people against OPPOSITE POST OFFICE

,t. 'the north.and only a'shortAtime is left The adjourning the Sixty-Second fice holders that it is '
; to decide if he be a faker Congress last week presents a most .a Chinese wall around
; ,- .t 0 pathetic 'picture. It marks the beginning It can be taken for -
There'is no other city of equal size of disintregation and the pas" detailed argument that

c ,in, the State that can equal Orlando sing of the republican party, and the commissioners
r for 'up-to-date merchants. retirement to private life of men who attempt to annex too (\

1. o )have made their impress, whether to respond to the STOCKINGS

y The'question.that bobs up occasionally for good or ill, upon public affairs. or get wrong in any.
n t ', :is: Will Orlando be on'the baseball The party had its birth in the north can 'go after them.
,map this season? and was a northern man's party, just cause for their
: .. 0 which came into power during the I under setion 17 of the _

Indications'point to'more houses being most trying days of American history I can line up at the :

erected' in Orlando in 1913 than The[ men who stood at the head of this their political scalps.

: ever before in.any one year- i great organization was a giant in tion 1? staring them

-V1 .0 i stature, in ability and in virtue. Perhaps commissioners are

s Some people haven't any better the keenest and most originalof As long as they are

( sense,than to worry about whether tom all the presidents was this man of not fear the people-
,leave the band on their ten-cent cigar the west who came to the White The above shows
'If' pull House, by the'electors o! a new party. is to commission ii;;;

I _; 0 Mr. Lincoln was }f the common peo- of unquestioned ability
. ,
We suggest that congress name a ple, ,and pinned his hopes and faithto I draw.Jhe'articles to/
committee_to investigate the paradox the good sense of the common people I the people.-Thin-in.- (

of'woman's. apparel' The less they . he hid.the happy facul/. ,"L I peopl rule and woe be I
year the more costs. ling around him as advisors men of, whj>-undertakes: to H'.J.

o ,_ ability and integrity, in experiencefar .I ,them out of their
Colonel Roosevelt will probably ap- his superior yet he had the power dishonest officials are
: Afi prove: the choice .of Mr. Tumulty as of directing the thought and leading to prison stripes and

'11tlemtary'to 'the president Pat. has those unconsciously to both himself; community there \

:no less than six children. and them.. During all thpsfl-'trying politicians who are so :
o times he was more often ,right than fate that they keep Guarantee \:

The'chief reason why the suffragette was any of his advisors. Indeed, so violations of the

', movement will not down is that well recognized was this fact that the is bound to overtake : Every Pair .
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;i. its raison d'etre is intrenched behind republican party and "Uncoln". come to that pass

..that impregnable and unanswerable party'were synonym with such distrust i
argument"be ause." .Such was the beginning of this sional politician and

o great party which has had,control. of that they will not
What. a happy solution of the the; government for practically a half business. But politics Ives
'" .world's troubles might be brought cent;fry. But that party has so degenerated an evolution and a .

about:by,placing all the belligerents, and gotten so far a\vay dawning. I

the Balkan allies, the Turks, the Japs, from carlv day principles that no man -, ,
1 the :Pankhursts and the Mexicans, in today would have Uv hardihood .to ELECTRIC
one part of the globe and telling them refer to it as "The Lincoln Party." PARLORS
Among the best
,to fight. ,it:' out among themselves.. Before the great conflict of the
to be found anywhere
w o early sixties the word. "graft" and
interurban lines.
The New York baseball club has in trusts and, combines were unknown Second Floor
ships have civilized
1 shred the life of Manager "Muggsy"McGraw. quantities in this country. At the .
electric lines and good r \
for 10000. .Possibly the i close of the war, changed conditions it
agencies to develop
''reason umpires are not insured is because I and the death of Mr. Lincoln openeda
boundary lines of
: f no company is willing to as- new field to designing men who .
.come the ,risk. gradually crept into power and, year states in the country I ELECTRIC INSTEAD OF COM- THE SUFFRAGETTES.( J
are concerned are: PRESSED-AIR CARS
o by i year, tightened their grip upon J
1 the number
.SUBSCRIPTION FRIENDS. the republican organization, until itt The newspaper paragraphers of two
became t simply an instrument in .the lines and good) roads- Parisians will not regret the disappearance continents are having considerable

Kindly disposed friends ask why we hands of corporations, trusts and corn- Indiana, Illinois, etc.- of the compressed-air tramway amusement at the expense of the suf.

de not solicitors. :out taking sub. dines-so much. so, that finally a large Them's our s cars which have been running fragettes. But these do not dampen

.a criptions" for the daily: Our answer element of the party rebelled, and i in Carter. The writer for so many years past, as these are their ardor-

_is that.the good people of Orlando a a somewhat modified way re-enacted years associated :with now: to be replaced by electric cars.' ,The movement gains momentumeach I

our, solicitors. They ,are so.kind red the history of the old Whig and the electric lines in Ohio The problem of surface traction in day. Why is this Because too

appreciative that each day brings new new born republican party of a half knows somewhat of : : the city,was a difficult one in the early often men who have ben tried 'were

subscriptions, unsolicited and this century ago The man who closes the developers. It is days
pleases us. books of the republican 'party at the fact, demonstrated fey is practically prohibited within i trusted with public office will trade

The editor is at his desk from eight, white house, perhaps for'the last tiny that interurban the city limits, and his led to the use I their" birth-right a miserable mess I
o'clock in the morning until'eleven at 1 by that party and ends republican and increase in value, of compressed-aircars of the double- of pottage. How ver'lluch we magi

Y; sight 'and, Mr., Ferris, that untiring regime,'in his personal life has manyof fence of six miles deck type, with trailers upon quite I differ with_ the suffragette movement,!

printer'" who loves the'print shop 'as the traits of Mr. Lincoln, but in his these interurban lines a number of the principal lines. Now we must admit that the greatest reforms -

only 'an old print,can, puts in on an official life has none: He is kind,, popular with the that the Thomson-Houston underground that have been worked in this)

>average of twenty-one hours a day honest and well meaning man of these well settled conduit has proved such a suc-' country have been inaugurated by|
,x And this hard work is done that Or high principles and a strong personal grant free right of cess, .it is to ,be adopted extensively, women.

lando, may have a newspaper truly character. His official; life was as subsidies to and the compressed-air cars are likelyto ,*;

,representative this progressive little weak and vacflating' as' was ,that of of the great .disappear. The work of laying the, SUBSTANTIAL COMPUMENT&.

city. And as. the expense is'very Andrew Johnson. He renedered himself No state in the U1 conduits.for the electric lines is now. The highest compliment that can

great, it'is necessary for the working a most unpopular'.President by opportunities than going on.--Scientific American. paid the daily Sentinel h the substan

z} force to put in long hours. If :you calling around him a cabinet of designing line. I tial one of subscriptions and the fa

appreciate our efforts, do not wait for men,who had nothing in'com STATE TAXES IN FLORIDA I that tourists in the city who

,{ .. ,us to come:to you for a subscription, mon with the common, people; theycame NO EYES TO TH the daily, invariably come to the ofH

:', bat come in or telephone in and you. ,to the President from large Corporations Mr.'J. C. Marry and Railroad Compaines are not paying i and order the ,weekly sent to their?
; will have attention. This office is in the cabinet they were spent much of ,the their share of'taxes in Florida. It: home, makes us feel that the Sent-

t; open twenty-four hours each day. the representatives of the corporations lando leave today for : may be necessary to have a state tax: nel's feeble efforts are' 'not in vain]

_and after the close of their pu b- where they wfll commission to regulate taxes. Also we find that each day finds toot j

THE GAINESVILLE SUN lie services they return ,to the corporations before departing for The Pullman.Car Company are getting -'' ista in the office buying papers to sen

whom they, have served. Morris, .HL Mr. 'off,-very' easily and what reason to their .friends ,athome, fui .

One. (the best dailies.that, come s Thus, a good _man goes out of officeunpopular were here twenty exists for allowing the, refrigerator r' proof of appreciatiOn.FOR .
''to' this office is the Gainesvflls, nn. and discredited because a that time visited the' companies to go scott free? It Is'

(is,a n .pet, not an .advertisingbulletin. kind and'trusting disposition! has been: They visited the Fair time, that railroad lobbies! are ousted SALE or For Rent-House,.fivj

: It is .full' of news and'we]Li imposed upon. President Taft has and were gratified to. ,from,, the Florida legislature' and avenue.rooms. John and bath Ammann., 607 East P. B- Centra 393.

,edited.' It is'neat in its make up and been more often .sinn ,against .than ing' an exhibition of tI that our law makers take their instructions 7t

: 'attractive ,in' 'itS. head lines. he has sinned and .history wfll so products and noted th from the.people.. -

r ,Thepeopleof: that pro.rous" :'little write it in both variety and I 1 WANTED good white cook, i

}:: 1 city have .reasons,:to. be proud- of ducts 'on.exhibit. j I Cuban Aligator Shopping Bags, and iron. Good place to the rig

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L., tl ...We have'jet received a complete line of new Spring Hats for Ladies We have some"lovely Embroidered Swisse, and aBmpIeTeTinrrjf Chl con

:, :*&d Miaeee, art we know'we*have the latest styles, and at prices you canafferd ; t ; Tissues in all colors. j

:.C ,'t: ; .te'own we. Just notice few: of those in'our, window, and re- r ,.y, Also 1
: :neater that these are only,junta sample, as we have several hundred 0 4 the daintiest of figured dimities, and laces of all kinds to make

t ,. ,to select, fret, aH JIC.twol kike. Just look them over before you get f' them op. Be sure you see them.
YOU: er'Eoaeet.. 4, ;. :1F of .r Children's Dresses for school, or home. The handsomest line we have _!

r 1 :We also have a beautiful line of spring'fabrics fob Easter Dresses,; y vr had, aDd[ prices range from 50c to $1.50 so there is no excuse for the
; .'and ,we are sure you can'be pleased here, (also sure the price is nght). children not'being nattily dressed.
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k ,F.N. BOARD MAIN 106 S. Orange Ave., Orlando
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: Have you tried the 'new Orlando Mr. William House arrived last evening GREAT IS THE GRAND. =

r-_ ;cigar, 'H ,H., P* Straight?, Havana from Atlanta to see Mrs.House -- I
and Florida wrapper, sold by all dealt ,ind the baby Margaret Colonel'' Watkins has located the\

;;.." .,, ers. Mr., J.. M. -McGaughey, of Long-! pulse guests of, and Orlando has his people thumb and where their he 1 W OO dTllursai 8u n d Fri iJ it ;'

Dr. J. R/Taylor, returned this week 'wood, was among the. visitors to Orlando can count the heart throbs.

Ito:his home'in Caribou, Maine; While J :yesterday. Thus he is enabled to guage their ,

t I ,here he invested in a' place and will Mr and Mrs. W. M. Sullivan, of wishes and respond in a way that 1'
be down early in the fall to remainsix brings their most polite bow and sin
l. Tangerine, spent yesterday shoppingwith )
months.. merchants. cere thanks. ,
t Last night at the Grand was an en-

t >> On: account .o(; the Chautauqua Mrs. George E. Macy left yesterdayfor tertainment extraordinary, and the attendance Yowell'sJust

! meetings the:,regular; meeting the a :few days visit to friends in was a record breaker. The j
., 'Woman's Relief Cup, will be '9wttedr' "Kissimmee.Mr. first show was. witnessed by a full
this month., By order of the President -. house and when the audience made its
i ..t Miss Canfield-, Secretary. Fred Wright came over from exit it found an immense crowd on ;4;;

i: ; Titusville yesterday to visit his sister: the outside awaiting admission. The
:k, ::7'B.'' McKay left last night on the Mrs. P. F. Laubach.A crowd completely filled the walk fora
': ;midnight train,for Jacksonville, where half block back and automobileswere

: he, will meet his 'mother and his dividend of 50' per 'cent was declared -I lined up on both sides of Pine Think Of It !1

.mother-in-law and bring them,to,Orlando by the Mendel Real Estate Co., street clear back to Orange avenue. -
for a few weeks' visit : Savannah, Ga.D11'Cecil ., The Grand had on a great entertain-
.- I ment and the people showed their ap- I

? I Dr,and Mrs.,n,B. Robins, of Bloom- Wright, wife and ,child predation.
'x ,pUrr, Pa.; after spending some time arrived Wednesday from Richmond, The pictures were rich and full of .New Spring goods in French Silks, Marquisette :i

jt ;}< here,,left.yesterday for. .home. While Va., on a visit to Dr. Wright's sister, instruction The Cartoonist of Mutt *
t'f, here-they purchased seven acres ,off Mrs. P. F. Laubach. and Jeff was so real and so effective Voiles Silk Tissues Silk
.*: :land,,near Orlando and will, build and that it was difficult to persuade your- Organdie
4': ;move to Orlando in .the alL A freight car telescoped and rode self that the real chalk artist was not
.? crosswise the track near Auburndale before you, and the applause was so
{ Soiree Chiffon
: t1 )lr.;Hugh.. Miller of Illinois, has .early yesterday and blocked traffic all hearty that it would seem almost in- Mirage, Moonlight ,
:; : purchased' nice _home ,of.
just outside the'city .limits of Orlanelo here until afternoon.Mr. .. chalk talker of New York. The Italian Silk Foulards
i Spider Silk and thousands
'I just
:: ,. to the-'SC? thwest'and, with,his -. i singers and mandolin player took I If

I :family, \wilh:occupy it ,in afew days. ,and Mrs. F. E. Daggett, who the audience by storm and they were

':'; ''The' Weekly',Sentinel will help him have been spending the winter in Or- forced to respond to" encores several of other Spring goods in all the
f- make life pleasant out' there." lando, started northward yesterdayand times. So pleased was the audience i

,.- will reach their northern home in with these musicians, who. were possessors

\I i )Ir. and Mrs. H."A..Cook, left yester- Maine! "-about, April. L 'The Weekly and masters of ,rich voices, leading Spring shades dots stripes plaids
t,1 zday; for their home in'New, 'York City.tThese. . Sentinelwill'go; :" to;their address- that the management decided to retain ,
'Gave been -r--- them ior another night.
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.estimable people
4, 'toin1ng..tq.9rlando. for:the past, five Miss Eleanor B- Dale,who has spent I From every quarter could be heard cheeks and floral designs
1 t winters and have visited all the principal ,the winter season with her uncle, Mr. ; praise of this excellent entertainment, n

i places. of interest in Florida. and F. B. Dale, at his'home on Anderson and commendation for Col Watkins .
:x consider' 'Orlando' the best' of them all. Ii street, sailed from Jacksonville ..yes and his manager who are makjng go These are all Qii three center
for New York,where she will much of the Grand
They will stop, at Daytona enroute terday.
I: north. . _... I continue her journey to her home in I ; **- - ift1 1* .
-_- New Jersey, by ran .__ I I RESOLUTIONS S tables just at the time
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Hr.. and Mrs. E.E.. Winch, of Marsh. I .

:field, Ohio, who have been spending Mr. Louis Palen, who has just madea Resolved that Whereas, by the infinite
short visit, to his at their we havedot to '
the"winter in Orlando, left yesterday parents Working of nature one of our buy. .
: :for New Smyrna,:enroute home. They home, on North Magnolia ,avenue, left number has been called to the Great

-were :so, well jpleased-'that' they 'purchased yesterday and after makingseveral Beyond,, another name, added to our I Choice for the three .
'f : property and will erect a modern short stops on.the way, expects to be Roll of Honor and we are thereby days,
home in,time for their occupancy back at his work in China within four deprived of the good fellowship of

the first:of November. Mr. Winch is weeks. our late lamented Brother Walter A.
i.3. a barrel, and ,excelsior manufacturer Smith

jn Marshfield Money, to,loan on improved property. Be it Resolved That this Lodge of Wednesday I
'- S. Y. Way.A Benevolent and Protective Order of Thursday and Friday

Eel T.-J.. Watkins left yesterday !4'i Elks realizes that it has lost a true .
'f afternoon_ ,on 89 for South ,Florida steamship which sailed from Pen representative of the order one whose
'. where he has large interests. He will sacola,', Fla., last week carried 98,910 ', life exemplified noble attributes THE BIG WHITE STORE

,ie., ,gone, several days and, will be oak staves consigned to Oporto, Portugal Fidelity, Justice, Brotherly-love and

,dept.busy while.gone for,he will,arrange The Southeast furnishes great, Charity, and
for the marketing of, a large quantities of staves which are used in Be it Resolved that a separate page -

IV crop:of oranges from groves in various making wine casks in Portugal and I be set aside uponourminutesandthese ON ORANGE AVE. I

1 localities, :and lay out the work Spain. I 1 I resolutions inserted'thereon and that :
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of'improvements he has in,mind for i copies be furnished each 0: the local ,
Gold which than
The Colonel believes ore assays more and to his
ti the coming season. papers one sent family-
; ; $2,000 ton is said to have been dis.covered .:I Vv"v VV'\IV--W,, _____ ,
,, in keeping his groves up to Signed, -w.w ; -- ------vuc.
at a,depth of 35 feet in Gil- A WORK OF ART
the top notch, and his annual pilgrimage CHARLES p DOW,
s .to these districts'means improve. mer county, Georgia. Soil which pro T. P. WARLOW, '- LIGHT THE
duces richly and practically never Mrs. Davis, of Greenville, South
jaoents: to, the locality he visits. M. OVERSTREET.. !
gives out is found right on the surface Carolina, who is stopping at the Ar-
throughout the SoutheastSateribe cade, brought into this office a unique PROSPERITY
}Money loan. ..
to on improved property. t' THE SENTINEL .NO PIKER product of Mechanical Art that is very
S. -Y Way.J .
. for The Seated. interesting .It is a landscape pic-

." < . .,.' Several communications have .come tune, made from raw cotton and trer Merchants who use Electric Signs never lose

< ., "-- to unsigned this office relative, signed the and action some of moss, and is 'as,neatly: put together, 9 their way by choosing the wrong road to.suc-
and the color design as cleverly wovenas
I the Board of Commissioners in awarding could be done-by the brush. It is i cess. You simply cannot fail to attract new

;- the county. publication of delinquent -, the,handiwor ,of a woman in customers if you use an Electric Sign. It acts

taxes. ville who is so crippled and Green-I like an irresistible all 1 the
Collars magnet
New Lot of Soft The Sentinel refrains from publish that her hands are the only ,
I ing them for the reason that we do body of which she 'has any use and trade within ,its reach: That is the reason

I not know. any good reason why we she makes these and sells them for a they command the attention of buyers.
with Ties to Match I should. If the Commissioners were livelihood. Representing;, as it does e -

I I actuated by any sinister motives or a staple product of South Carolina, For
acted in compliance with 'a deal made Every Store Owner
that state could well afford to make
Just Received '. : I they will suffer more by'it than will
f ; } that an,official souvenir .of. the state.
;|this paper for the people of Orlando ;, This picture is framed and:.can be ; No matter how small his business, .the Electric

i[and of' Orange county are in no mood seen, at the Book Store of, W. S. ( Sign is the cheapest and, most effective
at t I I for that sort of movements.' But Branch. !

E;we ,know of ,nothing; nor do any of ( advertising. '
a- [these communications point to any i Phone for our Sign Designer call andsub
evidence, of any crooked deal, and The Monticello:News.says:, "J..A. ;
StR&S: '; &DI KS N therefore we accept theaction;; of the! Granger. ,informs us'that ta has,just : mit' sketch;
county board lathe free'and untram-' finished possibly the largest individual No Trouble -to' Us-No Expense to You.
;eled exercise of:.their:rights and have grafting contract ever undertaken '.
|criticism to make of theiraction in hereabouts.; Mr..'Granger says he'and
: ";- this matter his'crew;Jave'finished petting Ia'over
'Home of Hart ,Schafmer :& Marx I 400,090,paper' sbeH:p..,grafte,thisseason $ [ I .

: t Money,to loan on improved property. , :aU..tfeeJe&raon .,_rwHk. _; beogdoea.. : ;>1a. ; .WAT .n .CO'I
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:.: -DM88Bg:8 ATE,;OVER : Business Boosters (classified advertisements : .
', SiDis: ; this upon its ) received after 10' o'clock,
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. 3'. ... .. .- unsullied honor and it is the duty of, midnight, will be run in the "Too Late. I
I _____ this'body to' search down rumors of to Classify column. :

";!..'r he,4propnetie' ; of (this..occasion mad faith and dishonesty and to rectify Boosters of 30 five mords,lines-one-or less time-,approximately 25 I I .

:11 a:, 7',retire,'a few :.words t from wrong wherever wrong" is 'dis- cents; three times 60 cents; one week : aUICE: H

':' '. OM' who'is grateful to. the American covered.. (six daily and, one weekly editions.). I
,_) people" for the honor heretofore done Here in this most sacred spot where $LOO; one month, $3.00. I

;'k : .fhiii' and' this' day: :consumm' ted.J war' has been made and peace declared FOR 'SALE--SO acres of good landI I

' No Senator ,:( keener ap- here in'the presence of the distin three miles west of Taft 20 acres '

,.: ; predation. .of_ the. ,'necessities' in' theway.of guished represntatives of. the, governments cleared and in cultivation Good The Car That Sells

, t? tact.and courtesy now devolvingupon 'of the 'civilized world, here, buildings. Price$30 per acre.-' Ad-
r ', I I offer the 'culture dress. P. B.,' care-Sentinel By the Car Load
i t y .me than.- myself. within the hearing of beauty, FOR SALE- Good ;-Horse, Carriage ,
:no: 'surety as :to, my :discharge: ofdines' and ripened,statecraft of.his own and Harness. For work on ,driv .

other 'than 'a personal pledge land, may 'one humble ;American ex- ing. Apply' to Win Halloway, Win

,;that I'will seek'to familiariie'myself press the hope before he enters upona ter Park, Fla. 12t i

and will endeavor to that all 'diplomacy 'What a Buick Has. Done For
with.them always four years' 'silence our THE BEST LAKE FRONT lots in ,

:i exercise that complaisance and fort may spell peace with,all peoples :- Orlando are at Schumann Heights.I .

'; ,'bearance; which are, essential to him justice for all governments and have six for sale. Carl Jensen. Others, a Buick will Do for YouRecords

who ably over'great debates the world around-
presides righteousness
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BUY, a lot in Thornton Park, a nice
'upon.great public questions by great suburb in east part. of the city. Carl
Divergent! views relative: to thibody Helgoland! Germany, March 5.- for the past are the best promises for the future.At .
FOR SALE-40 acres of fine land in
would! be Jess divergent if the Sixty-six men of the crew of the Ger. Volusia County, 'near station and the beginning of the 1913, season there were 110,000

:American people would come< to:real. man torpedo boat "G. 178" were fine lake; $500. Terms. J.'B. McKay, Buicks on the road, and every one of the 110,000 Buicks has a
:ize that, on 'all sides of real questions drowned when the little vessel .was city. .
a much may 'truthfully be said. rammed by the cruiser Yorck in the
FOUND-That the Sentinel reaches
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;;;attitude of the public mind North Sea last night Among the I the people and is read. It is'nothing unusual to see a Buick which has run from

would ;eliminate the view that this dead are the commander of the torpedo .
; 2o,00frup to 100,000 miles and even more. And you never hear
FOR SALE-New house.Seven
seven room
body is distinctively deliberative boat, Lieutenant Koch, and his
rooms and bath. Modern in all of a worn-out Buick.
:not thoroughly patriotic. first officer., respects. Lot 75x200. Price ,$2850.
Charges" of bad',faith based upon The surgeon and'engineer and fifteen Terms. Address, owner, care Sentinel

; an'attitude of mind: or upon conduct men. of the crew were save.The "I started out in my model 17 Buick in six inches of snow
I FOR SALE 5 with
i 'should,.never: be made until it is'clear torpedo boat sank immediately._ house on -railroad% acres only few five-room hundred on the morning of February 3rd to post some sale bills.. I

ly,established that the 'resultant, action - feet from stopping place. Plenty of covered 944 miles over roads nobody else had traveled since
is' the.outcome. of personal ''.interest COMMITTEE TO MEET shade and small shrubbery. Ten to .
twelve bearing trees the snow, and was in high every minute, up hill included.' I*
or, improper and dishonorable There will be a meeting of the Orange orange pears .
"business or social relations.' County Democratic Executive ing and'and other'small fishing, and fruits.especially Good suitedto hunt- .. left my motor running the time I was posting, and used 9%

_\ "Your:.action has not always ,met Committee in Orlando, Saturday, Mar. those who come'to Florida for the gallons of gasoline for the trip.

/.1 with,universal approval,but up;to<,this 22nd, 1913, in the Court; House at winter and like the country life witheasy
access to town. J. P. Perkins, "I have watched several other makes of
.y \ cars in the past
hour workable substitute forth of
good no 10:30 o'clock, for ,the. purpose re- Orlando, Fla. General Delivery. .
: 'exercise' of the;functions of this commending the Governor for appointment two years, and every time I have seen a Buick, it has always

r body has been 'proposed. It is not some person for Solicitorof FOR SALE-New seven room resi been doing the work. When a Buick has gone 30,400 miles and

needful :for me'here and now to accept 'the Criminal Court of Record and dence. Bargain if taken before March
1st E. H. Gore, 11 Gore, Ave. 2-18-6t -i still seems as good as new, it is quite enough to convince me
: a ,brief in defense. Thisbody other business which
your transacting any
that Buicks built the
are way they ought to be built"J
will, continue'to stand not because may come before it WANTED good short-order cook. ,

of; its presiding officer; but because B. a ABERNETHY, No boozers need apply. The One H. GARBER, Portland, Kansas.

'of the patriotism and .intelligence Chairman. Minute Coffee House, 38 W., Church : '

t' of its constituent' members and JOSIAH FERRIS, St. 2t i The Famous BuicK Overhead

their devotion to1 our system' of government OAK HILL is the beautiful subdivision
,. to the Northeast of the city andI *' Valve Motor is guaranteed to have more power and more speed

-To: my)mind, government is the bar. Owaoo4a0Cm .e still have some choice lots there than any other type of motor on the market. It will pull
Carl Jensen.
'tress with "hi h a people draws its M = .. :: 0..J... stronger on low grade gasoline than any other type of motor
1_ of eivt atioa If the harness be '7..c.. ... . .... G....E04
z' < 00 . "O..o... = WANTED-Man and wife to take ever built and the fuel consumption is less.
-. ," .... charge of place, for year ,
properly, .adjusted' the load, though :P! one or]
heavy; will be drawn with ease and no F i !thOa b c:! :. a.:1"O'Erno .. = < .:shares. Good grove and land suitable ROADSTERS AND TOURING CARS, $950 TO $1650, F. 0. B.
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... .. to raise'crops. Write or call in per
piirtof: the.people wfll>! galled. The II .. .. I son. .Mrs. S. M. Blanchard, Alta ORLANDO. Catalogue on Request.

;;; ,Senate is thebUnders, intended, to.gyp O.c. .. = .i.5..2. = S tu:: monte Springs, Fla. ,

:' the people from shying at imag- z. h .GI p z'P1 .
'' .. W ROUEN DUCK EGGS for sale. Apply -
f : 0 '
Binary e g a
: .dangers.and':toppling into the o' xx : vM Box 705 City.
,J' f ditch'our,'system ,of- government So : P. .5.: .! .!II. .,s:::- ggo.47iU Cook Automobile Co.

;: long as.the blinders serve this purpose Q.1"'CI.'.... -....'-.:. ... E, ... WANTED-Clean Cotton Rags th ..

f ,tHy.' re a' most valuable part of. theE 4'.."' = fit"GI.s SentinelOmce. .

.> . :barneesbut,: 'if.they be. drawn so closely : :! = & ...0.s .=. Orlando Florida
'' om'ti .: THE MOST COMPLETE and perfectly
to the to prevent the seeing 'U.- rn
I'fl ; eyes: II el = 4l. lot made line of Boys Washabli ,
CII ::a.
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;: < oft real:dangers, then they should -
I. { ": ..! = :.,: 0 Suits south of Jacksonville. Ages t
,.::. spread or done away with entire ( to 10. Newest models and patterns
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,: J1. ::1. of those who think Jhat M <= :: .- .3i, :. GI"Ec g If not under New York prices' yon' ::: gi.'iiiitiiiiiiitiiiiiiiiniiiimiiiiii.'ijii.'i.'jiinmuSIGN : ; : : :: : : :
>- S a not be urged to buy. Let me shot
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Anno The Clothier ----
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:. t: conditions and 'renderus : : = =: CII E Orlando. 2-18-13-4t PAINTINGJack
every O-fI:1..c ..g0 .. e. .. '.' '
sandy reftpoiujMe to reasonable ..
t.. k = c Preston will paint your
<'\, :demand'of thepeople.wlthoutdisturb-; < : ..o. = tfa A good carpenter wants work. '
Good work.
a. a .' Screen work a specialty. General ign on short notice.
;k' ingay'oi.the"checks. and. balances of tJ lot "0.. work done with l4-6t ORLANDO
g& .. a < GIiit repair neatness and !*o. 10 Washington, street
i', t 'our.spetem4cf. .government-,and pre - GlO w dispatch. Give me a trial. Leave orders .

r.' :aervrng ritl,')loyalty;mn d!'fidefity ,the 0 e W-ae. at Sentinel. I . .
/ = Q.s .. ... '51.g
, : :.t:ide+ i>t the,1Zepabli O.! = : . e' C FURNISHED ROOMS to rent-Apply COLLEGE.
,/--:: t,;With neither,ript nor',desire to'in- d1m'. Ry yMaCd 416 N. Orange Ave. TEN'' PER CENT OFF '

,? ;t ';, ;ifringe,ufO 1, the prerogatives of the hlh.ra b > f x ia !! Es w+ Go to Pope &: Cox's Lunch Counterlr'o.1 On

.. Pmident so soon to be, I beg the ex- WAISTS, DRESS MATERIALS .
.. ". -' ', I I, E. Pine St for something goodto : '
.pratsion ,of the opinion! that whatever ,I eat 12tI ? LACES, EMBROIDER. MODERN COURSES IN

i ',dweree'views may ,be ,hetdi' .. .S IRS, NECKWEAR AND HOS f

i the: .work, of. this' body all ;;persons HAVE A NEW HOUSE for sale on 1 p IERY.Handkerchief '' 4
Single and Double Entry Corporation
4 are agreed that under the Constitution Hillcrest Ave. .near Magnolia. Thisis I. Specials Bookkeeping.

'i the"Senate-of the.;United States is Barylarian's a section of the city that is rapidly .I Ready-to-Wear and Panama Bookkeeping, Banking, Shorthand,
building with fine homes and is one '
up '
t singularly the guardian the peo- of the best locations in Orlando. 1 S Hats Typewriting, Penmanship, Commercial Law,
plii honor that more and more, as ,Orieflt&1ArtStoreLatest House has eight rooms and bath, and I' MISSES HAMILTON
j lit ousness js exalted among this six large closets, covered porch in I. DUNNOrlando Commercial Arithmetic, Spelling and all.

,people>> the)idea: 'is becoming
;! :irmly; fixed that it is not vast ter terns in Oriental Goods Street clayed. Lot 72 x 150. Will C .
Y wealth learning sell on accommodating terms: Call I 5 15 5 5 e S'S e
ritorygreat nor large -
; ,
Expert Tailoring for for 601 Magnolia DAY AND NIGHT CLASSES
? .which mark, the ,real status of key -at Holt. avenue, I
Ladies and Gentlemen Chauncey
America; that America is to be measured .
by the golden ;mete and of honor Progress' Laundry for r :WANTED-To rent 3 or 4 unfurnished 1 Experienced Teachers in Charge. Diplomas .

':and as the idea in' her formation was White Folks .Only I rooms with bath; for housekeeping WELCOME TO Granted and Positions Secured for Gradu 1
or small cottage, near postoffice.
: ;
the, ; inherent\ right of men to rule' Cor. Church and Court. Would lease for summer or a year if at &
: i 'themselves, that,now she can ill afford Can find satisfactory,place. Man and RIVAL PALM

s to announce this her wife only., No children., Address Sen- Patronize Home Institutions.For .

kf :vita .Dd'and renounce it for an instrument r ,." tinel Orlando lw BARBER SHOPModern

,ot :. of oppression in other lands. 1 WANTED-To buy one good driving
,: Unfortunately there is no fixed W.'A.Slaughter. G.G.Wright, horse: .Must be gentle and cheap Prices and Terms call on or address::
for cash to Singer Sewing and Complete.
A.D. .
standard of honor outside the diction-
\ WrightTHE Machine Co.WANTEDA.
t aff. The gambler may hold it to con- .. Everything new, individual

'si \ in paying his gaming debts, the SLAUTER MFG. CO.Special man who understands electric attachments, at every '

; member of the smart set, in divorcing Manifold Soil Pipe ,how to run a four sided moulder chair. No stone has been left Urlauthi l Busess Colleae i

: his neighbor's wife befo're taking her Fittings. -, and Works planer., Taft Fla.Apply Taft Novelty unturned ,to, make this of shop the

j r unto himself, the Senator, in eliminating Foundry and' Shipping Point: meet th erequirements J
personalities., But when we enter Orlando Fla., New' 7-room house, with electric most particular. Plenty of Till) Fink PINE ,5)7ORLANDO
,the chancelleries of the 'world ,and -andChattaDooga lights, bath, and all,.modern conveI room. Courteous attendants. ',
submit to their judgements,not only; Tenn. iences. Lot 75x200. Price, 2,850. ELIJAH WHITEHEAD., BAND. .

our right to, be, but our right to be Terms to suit Proprietor. I

; respected' we can hope to,be measured CHADWICK & COOPER. .Orange Ave," Orlando, Fla. .. '
: in but'one'way; 'and'we must be ableto
x :show that the solemn treaty obligation ,
o(this Republic will be kept Notice B hereby given that under and by known. your wants, throughthis '
; virtue of the writ of Fieri Facias issued out column. ,
with the same scrupulous honesty, of ,and under the Seal of the Circuit Court
Judicial Circuit flf the;State
:: .both of. spirit and letter, whether of of Florida in' and for Orange.County'tested BANANAS-We have just received a Little Tea Room
made with'the humblest people of this the 8th day of 'February A. D. 1913 in a Car Load of fine Bananas, fresh and The
. therein wherein Tampa -
., certaincause, pending in 'nice condition, on Railroad Track \
< continent strugglingfor: self ,government Fertilizer Company corporation organized
and existing under the laws of the State of near.'' the passenger depot Will sell .lUf.OAKtAND 105 E. Pine Street, Orlando,'.Fla.
,. or with the mightiest'monarch Florida is plaintiff, and H. Luke Smith :is this fruit, retail or wholesale cheap.

fir ,of the old world.. 'This"high sense of defendant County Florida the undersigned has levied upon Sheriff at of the Orange prop- Come' before they are picked over, and i
rR honor constitutes the panoply of the erty of the said defendant and will on Monday get some of these, fine Bananas! 3t, LADIES"i
,the 7th day of April. A. D. 1913 the same TIE, CARHATEVIKYWBY AN. EXCLUSIVE SHOP, FOR ,
American people.. Annies and Battleships I being the Ant Monday In said month and 't -
FOR SALE Nancy,Hall sweet pota-
said within the
of Court
the Rule Day our
furnish no substitute, for it legal hours of sale at and in front of the toes. ,Callat, ,Webb place, near Bel- ,ART, BAZAAR: AND WOMEN'S EXCHANGE. FINE (
These are valuable but the people never 'court house door in the City of Orlando. 2t I HAND WORK. EMBROIDERIES,:STAMPED
Florida expose for sale and sell to the highest ton Long Dairy. '
V intended that:authority should usethem and best bidder for cash the following des- : ;GOODS. 'ORDERS .TAKEN:FX l HOME
and all right, title and interest -lSt*
cribed land '
i- r as; accessories? to a',, ,burglar'skit which<'the said defendant had therein and FOR SALE=Fogg's,Altamonte Golden : ,MADE. .CAKES;CANDIES, JELLIES
thereto on the 21st. day of October A. D. ',ALSO CUT FLOWERS
1912, the same being the date of the levyingof Yams. Apply ,to or address N. :, "AWiflr; .
s' ,If anyone in'the :name of the American the writ of attachment thereon in said H. Fogg, & Co., Oak,Knoll, Altamonte ..
y cause,'Situate, lying and being in the City of Florida """" D.aKm'rQ,9IDII
(people, (eithe jn violation of Sanford County of Orange and State of Flor. Springs, : a ,
ff : ASK NtA :
ida to-wit: ?
treaty obligations'or: the manifest Beginning 1UO chains west of the Intersection : ,. t j AgwcyfortAK
Bred Duroc
Jersey \ '
Pure I. "'
t of the Monroe doctrine, has of the eastern boundary line'of Section FOR SALE- .. '. ,. .' _ .r' ,___ '
six weeks "
purpose Price$6.00, : !
Red Pigs.' .
27, Township II, South of Range S East : ',; ;- 1: i :: 8
,.; taken aaght,while. ;this body was deliberating with the north side of Saint Gertrude. Avenue old. or address N. H-Fofg" ,'SPIRELLAPOR8E'l. . , ..' -
'" ," it'-I* "your' duty. to aster running II chain,thence thence,Welt East S S chains chains thence thence north south &.<&;;Qak.Noll, Altamonte' Springs, 2t,' tl '\ cR< ri .... B08CRK. ,(CIn.u1r

', '., ,'. toto $fl fails tiwwto. And" if:wrong II. said chains execution to the point and eosts.of beginning. to .satisfy Florida. i ;yattn. ,: ,H'I'IV F '- ii' , :- -%; -; .'.c..T. .1.r.;. (,

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g 1 the;writer ,was made: a') .
.. gea&eaan "who.lied'nothing OF CLEANLINESS.. : ." : .:r ,.'THE MARKET
' ,bt!'required' information n1 THE MARKET. ' ., .,:': . OF QUALITY '1
:/After. req sung rim, \to ' > " . !"- t
chairs;,he informed.the:.writer ;. : ,. .

writing; up .a'.Biography, of ; My Spring, line of Men and >'."..; ::

'Oaam troat'.its! time_ discovery'up mentioning to, the date Boys Straw Hats in all the \ ?r

t some gentleman,'at.Jackso .newest,shapes, .Nice line of :

';.was of{:Florida writing, 'up and the his state and Panamas for $5. My spring LEND (UYOUR EAR j
t were, you know who this Trouser line ,is now completein
J .and,Wbat a great work he is
all shades.
.:. ',To get'\into straight line new '
I stated I had heard of
through the Times-Union' {

,. 'I.was, then informed' on Robertson fTH.E
I doing. this
account am
have. secured. some of your :
.zens, mentioning names:and PERFECT MARKET* It
essor to Jerome Palmer & Co.
.. me.'a list of them.
: Now I am after 'vats:

either of.the gentlemen he. .
r 'ieeb'' this information VISIT. US AND NOTE THE ABSOLUTELY SANITARY 3
dentials, when he at last ( METHODS WHICH GOVERN OUR HAUDLING OF
) least) stated' he would like .
their support ($12.00 in. "JIM" i
: No checks or drafts taken) i Best Meats and Game
noble work he,.had |
when' I declined his
As :
: have to sellLe.t
along i this $1 .OO line he property

the surprise and expression Jim do it. i Satisfactory, Accurate Service
twit;somewhat of a'' ..

wondered if old.' P. T. want to buy r .
foplor not, in his
information is the milk I : Let Jim do it.
Can'you.: enlighten me on
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: ,$12-00 ,personal adv 1' : and Country Properties, Farm

History* -Yours? for w. : Lands, Groves and Tracts Look ever this List of SpecialtiesPERFECTION

This evidently was the acres, 10 acres of."which is in bearing orange
who called at the Sentinel and balance of 10 acres in timber land, five-room ALL-PORK SAUSAGE CHOICE GRAIN FED POULTRYALL
\ reeled: off 'a nice'\spiel, located three miles from city, price $3,000.00., VARIETIES OF CHOICE :MEATS CHOICE DUCKS AND GOSLINGS
theeditor,. $ nor the acres, 10 acres of bearing grove, 600 SELECT OYSTERS FRESH FISH
f:' .handsome,or of any great five-room house and barn, located on lake front, II
i. the?inducements proffered from city, price $4,000.00. II
'1' clined with thanks. acres, 15 acres in grove, 1000 trees, 15 acres
Personally were* not farm and vegetable land located on lake front,
sugar, coated "write ups". half miles from city, price 500000. Parlor
I highly flavored 'tissue .and acres of virgin pine timberland of fine fruit and

4 ,gay; colored ribbon: land fronting,on_ Lake Conway, four miles from
'.,While; our ; 200000. ,
i..; value, us;for, what we. are.,. entY acres of lake front land near city suitable for
we, die history will deal f : Price $3,800.00.
our?memory" .if we ,have rty-five acres, five acres in bearing orange grove, H. M. SELF & CO.
wain 1 and idle endeavor" : house and barn, located at Conway, five miles from

a: \.. $1,50.9,00.. No. 18 20 East Pine Street. .PHONE NO.. 80
:. 'WILLIAM, CHASE.'. acres with cottage near city, price $1,500.00 : .
} t '--::..... i't 'ee and one-half 'acres with twelve-room r house lo- "
Jfany' of the1.editorial,in : near city, price $1,500.00. F :I

to Which.WiUiem\Chase.,Te ;; : en t y. acres Awith bearing.grove.of,300;trees, small : .
R ages of'the'Floridly Citfns': ; : '"and barn, p $2,800.00 :H
I bas come in during' the last "mIWFnDB., OFFICE OVER BLUEDRUG'. liMIMIMIIIIIIIIIi.. i i i ""... i IIII. 11""IIIIIIII.
.because' of'hi criticism'of : .. 'STORE, ORANGEWENUE Ilit
and means committee Uitu .
I +
the'citrus industry are .
premises. .
't\. '*,:The editors are well

-" '" Temple made;'his money, ORLANDO BANKIiiU ANi1Caual
.,- -business something'at like Pittsburg this, and NEW CASH STORE

I '"He's a: steel;: man,' a I
\; therefore.a northern man and Surplus aid ladivI4ed Profits $120,000.00.Total .
; type.. Why should4he'have
: to come down here and Cor. South and Hughey Sts. Resources over Three-quarters of a Million.m .
Ttt how to run the citrus .
r -William Chase ,Temple BUY FOR CASH AND SELL FOR CASH. WE r Report of the Condition of. Orlando

t Starke, Bradford county., OUR EXPENSES DOWN AND CONSEQUENTLY a ? .+ Bank and Trust Co, Condensed

28,.i862., CAN KEEP OUR. PRICES DOWN i From Report to Comptroller ;
; ;That doesn't make him a !
& Feb. 4,1913RESOURCES s sg
by birth,-does it?.: His Our Prone No is
went, or one of them, was
orange' grove on the st. J an Order will Have Prompt Attention, and will be Loans and Discounts .....$393,161.05
It is .true, he,:did go Delivered. Any Part of the City. # Overdarfts .............. 193. 3 ',
early,age arid did make ', Stocks and Bonds ....... 26,018.33
the north. RAYBON, Proprietor ORLANDO, FLA. Real; Estate, Furniture ands II
"The Yankee soldiers, + + Fixtures ...' ....... .. 25,853.44Cash
... "{ '
and in
on Banks
\. .came'into. the state in 215,08183
my father: had,"said. Te .lIcl1Ci.! R
writer'once. "I saw $660, lL18 .
went and went there'and I. 4 E LIABILITIES

His father was,a naval'' i Capital Stock ...........$100,OOOOO
Surplus and Undivided
crater inthe: early-'days
he had when' the :federal Ii )P v Profits ... ........... 22,3133
vaded the state.. r Deposits.. ...i........ 537,418.85

"Did you know ,the ,. Best Companies ..
itors think ,you're' a : ( ; $660,311.18We
Temple, was asked:today.I .) ..i' Lowest Rates r 1 invite the attention of our customers
I "The boys are, off,"
;; '
: Honest and friends to our statement xj
a cracker. and a Baptist: Losses Promptly above and wish to assure them that
beat the combination. If ,, we appreciate their patronage and
Adjusted and Paid
I'm; a northern: man ask for a continuance of same.
as far off as;they are in Don't forget that
our deposits are tir
comments on those citrus. insured.A .

Tampa Times.SKATING : T. WayPhone y cordial invitation is extended to I
visitors in our'city to call and open
RINK ON A .. bftrf SWes GtvenMat,SUe ai.baty Bepwfery. an,account with o*.
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.winter A skating rink for 172. 23 South Orange Ave. ir..rra.. .. 0.- o ....._ ...,,,
use is in operation ...
of the water-works - ,.
ing, Pennsylvania; and has IMIMIIIMMIIIilillttl
to.'make .the:water; >
law, especially with the ) ARMSTRONG IF ITS ANYTHING IN .J. B..McKAY;
ment'of '.the city.: Tlie', Oscar Hand CONTRACTOR AND
\. ;Reservoir was constructed ARTISTIC PICTURE FRAMER, of Orlando I I DRUGS, PHONEDeLANEY BUILDER.
crete roof especially.for &Son i ri Superintend All Work.
and its smooth :surface \ DRUG Prices That Are as
roller skating all Successors to.i E, Hand: It IaHeeMelt.
months, while :as soon;' ,- All Work Guaranteed.When .
sets in, the roof is flooded : .iN4IMM PULL 'LINE ;OF COM- i
s r' water to make an ; SLAUTER'S NEW PLETE HOUSE ,,FURNISHINGS" . I ...
!Thousands' of children' :SANITARY -FRANK... -HYBRS" : .' I J QUICK DELIVERY. ,you get/.through. ,reading the'xSentinel
f of this 'free amusement ', PIPE CONNECTION. ; 1 i Manufacturer ,of Artificial Watkins Building.Phone mail it to some friend or
'season, and 'the' cost is', | iI | StOne,'Fancy Columns and COME IN AND 'SEE: sI1 acquaintance at .a distance. Very. of. ,
'compared with the.:pI ; I ,Ornamental Work, 678.. lien this brings'a_new settler.. "
public rink. giyesll] &\ I y Sanitary, and, used 1 '

[\ 'a',day for maintenace, ; : : I .aU .good'plumbersIIIIHIIMIMIIIHIlillM, iJefferseB f. ._ : -.. -St 1 ,.at-M,Railroad 0 Iw -ear'ONti&Rgi- 'the illitlHIIMtllMIMIMHSubscribe . Subscribe for-:the Sentinel .Now: it "ktbea
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:StCIE.TYNOTDS': St. Petersburg, Fla, March 5.- < :

r ,: I.' f ,Mrs., 'M.,Derr,; organizer: ol:the National .\: ., '. 4 ; . :. .
Housewife's 1 League, reached
Dills Merest to WNKIL
V St. Petersburg:yesterday for, a visit

of a month with a party of other well ". '
T Otis NUMBffl, B-60CIBlf EDITOR known Philadelphia people. Mrs- Derr .,I

1x j 1 'Oftet'N"'It'' Balteei Ii....'. m started the movement which drove ;L'< '. : '. .'
down the price of eggs and other food ; ,
.c ; BTBCIAL NOTICI-Notim for tht Sedal ud 'Wonun'i Deputaent eu toto ..;
a ooi ieited, ..tht.Society'Eftor 'by either 'of tile. above,:tdepho&M. MaD products' in Philadelphia and other -. ':: .: '
t written BotfMt to'the Society Editor. 'cue.Sentinel Notices of social function Northern cities.
3 ,.ehb.;aeefefi 'cbsrek frtberteti and other itenw:,of social interest should be.Y ,
,telephoned SaIl soda in order that tWr'MWI'
to depkitaeat u ,at they occur
r vibe,.be faapaJred. I '
;F ; New York, March '5.)-Disaster overtook

k ---- -- Brooklyn two today youthful, one having hold-up his men'a,back' .' : 1913 NE fW STYLENICLES I [ :

:" TBEJ'ELEPIION GIRL BUICK 1913 CATALOGUE IS .A pierced by a knife thrown by a China ..
_- > I WORK OF BEAUTY man they had robbed, the ,other being

','!:he telephone girl sits still in her iI _. fatally/wounded by his own revolver. J'. _
fell'on the paveme'nt'when ." ..1-1 , .
The latter F .
chair, Contains>> Many Pictures Worthy of f' "! ,
_And _)lifteas to voices from every- Art Lovers' ConsiderationThe >> a policeman struck 'him, dischargingthe 't. !. ? '" INDIAN HEAD ON ONE SIDE I
k .where..: 1913 Buick'' automobile catalogue gun he carried. The bullet en- : : : BUFFALO FIGURE ON OTHER

-She'knows:all 'the gossip, she knows is out and ,a supply has, been tered his brain. :{" ", ; SIDE' ,
all the news, received by the Cook Automobile Co., :.. "' : ,"
r BY
'She knows who is happy and who, has of this city, the, Orange County dis- A WORTHY ,COMPILATIONThe \
first five books of the Bible, ;,;, THE GOVERNMENT. '
.the,blocs; ributer. The catalogue'contains several ." ."" "
.She'kaowf all our sorrows, she knows pictures worthy position in Che embracing the Sunday School lessons ; {: ': ',' GIVEN IN CHANGE, OR' EXCHANGED .
all for this year have been published by '. ', FOR .
0 our joys, room of ,any automobile enthusiast, '-rr., THE. OLD
.1"'; '8be,'knows_ .all,..the girls who are chas- and particularly a Buick owner. The the American Bible Society, New Yorkin ; 'f. STYLI; : ,
A :t.t.inrthe boys- 0 cover of the catalogue opened out five dainty volumes, with separate '"
leather cover, which can be used With ,
\11"- ; lat, shows one of the handsome Buick .
; .She, knows all our troubles, she knows touring cars bounding along the,road. each book, and the whole packed in r'. .: .

'of our strife, The picture is in colors. The frontispiece -.a neat box. .
She knows who talks of the .catalogue is another art They 'will be sent to teachers, or ii '
every man mean other lovers of the Bible'or' ; is a jrieasve to serve yow every reqelreaeflli .
a in' thirty
colors drawn F. B.
to his wife; picture by "
; She knows every time we are out with Swick. It shows a Buick racer tearing cents, postpaid.At .
the boys, along a stretch of highway, while
*:fee.knows the excuses that each fellow above it a monoplane races. Umatilla on the place of Mr. C. '

.; ,,employs.If ,. The catalogue shows the models G. Megaree are two bearing trees that [ PEOPLES[ NATIONAL l BANK .
this dozen boxes of
produced season a
and the motors of th; Buick line, and,
the telephone girl told half that she in a double spread of four pages, the the giant lemons known as the Pon-

# mows, Buick plant at Flint, Michigan, is derosa, samples of which, weighingtwo "Tk Bank"
Progressive Your accent solicited
and one-half each ,
It ,would torn .all our friends into pictured. The'catalogues are contained pounds were
.0 ,.bitterest, foes;' in special envelopes! with the Buick shown in Eustis on Monday.We have I

f She would sow a small wind,. that, slogan. "When Better Automobilesare Mrs. Megaree's word that the trees
:1. .would, be gale Built Buick Will Build Them" produced lemons weighing four '
soon a: ; / ; .; "
i; j _
Ingulf. us in.trouble 'and land .us in. standing out from a signboard. pounds,apiece, from each of which one : '
# JaiL' il brimming glass of juice was obtain- J i
,: \ ,".;
,She would start:forth a story which, DICKINSON & IVES.. able.-Eustis Lake Region. ,;'. >",.

; : gaming in'force, .
': Would ,Cause ,half our wives to sue > Dickinson &: Ives, Orlando's largest Before you go away for the summer .1
divorce. order the Weekly Sentinel sent to your
for grocery ,house, have complied with
address. It is the oldest and
the law and increased their popularity

fiShe'would:get all our_churches. mix' with their customers by providing best paper in Orange. county and only

,ed up, in".a fight,: screened cases for the display of fresh ieo v,00'IS Sso>> .

,And ,turn our ,bright daysi nto sorrowing fruits' and vegetables intended for
t night;, food. This is a measure of,humanityin .
In:fact, she could; keep, the whole providing foods that the fly has not Washington, D. O, March 5-Flor.
,town in a,stew, covered with deadly germs, and the ida generally fair Thursday and Fri-

Jf she told the one-tenth of,,the- things grocery or meat market or bakery day; colder in north Thursday.

4: ,that .she, knew that shows due regard for the laws '
f Oh,,' my, ,but doesn't 'it make your of sanitation and health, are sure to Every Day a Feature Day at
r head whirl merit and receive the, patronage of THE LUCERNEPictures

When you think:what you owe to the! the public. And we are glad to see Worth Seeing
:: telephone girl? Judge.! these pioneers of the grocery businessin PROGRAM TODAY"LEONIE"

Orlando, become the pioneers in the C'RODS
11 JIUSiCALE An Edison Drama, Full of Pathos, CRQ.bS
: AT',THE KEYSTONE. movement for, cleaner foods-:
i Captivating Scenes, and very beau.

;,; '$pkadidProgram Given On Tuesday According to the 1913 edition of the tiful Climax."LITERATURE
Evening. Pensacola directory, that,city has increased -
,About seventy-five guests gathered in population more than twen- Excellent Lubin Story, which

3 ,In the pretty parlors,of the Keystone, ty per cent. during the past two years. will interest the most Fastidious of P

: Tuesday,evening and spent two hours According to the most conservative persons.
;; post delightfully in ;listening to an calculation the population ot the.Deep "THE PART PLAYED. BY AIR INRESPIRATION" Are jamming and packing our

'excellent, musical entertainment ent arnaged Water City, including the several suburbs -

'for by Mrs.. Myers. is more than thirty-five thous- A Wonderful. Pathe Educational store now taking advantage of the
Feature. An interesting study of
Both::vocal;and instrumental\ music and. J-V* ',.. .
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this most element. A .
,Isere included in the varied and inter- necessary '
:eetteg program, each number of which: "Johnny, go ,and shut the shutter," number of experiments demonstrating great Shoe Sacrifice as shown by
how absolutely impossible it is
,jw,:most heartily. .enjoyed Those Johnny heard his ,mother utter. r
to live without air. A Fascinating
t>contributing to the pleasure,of the affair "Shutter's shut," did Johnnf.mutter,
; were, Mrs. T. Thompson, of "I can't shut 'er any shutter. Educational Film which every

: ;Brownsville,, Pa-, Mrs. Lillian Cater, Bill with a.bill-file filing bills- child DON'T should MISS see. .
_' Red f fOur
Mrs. Scott of Prices
'Parkersburg, W. Va.,
Mrs.; Green and Miss Ann Struzka, of Bill may file for a long; long while, PROGRAM-Matin. daily 3:30: to Tag i
But who can guess at the size of then 5 p- m. Night three shows start
; ., Carnegie ,'Pa;, and:Mr. Glenn Carson,
e promptly at 7, 8, 9 p. m. _
of Pa. all of whom
Washington are
Bill with his bill-file will file? ALWAYS A GOOD CLEAN SHOW
guests of the,house. '
Mrs.;Myers, always a popular hostess -
WANTED dew'Cotton, .Ran the LUCERNE
served deliriously prepared're-
',freshments. at the close of the even- Sentinel Oftee. "of Korse"r entire Stock of Shoes marked

Yf4 .ing AT' THE FAVORITE TODAY .' down to the Limit of Reduction for !

'Tl Indian Raiders by '101' Bison-

', showing Chief Little'Crow.and'Chief A Large Assortment of QUICK STOCK REDUCTION

Black Hawk ,in:their Raids. A: beautiful -

.Western PlayA .

:5 .Choice by Accident., by Eclair- The stock must be reduced ,$ 10000.00
Comedy Drama. New aid Super Woolensembracing -
If Dreams Came True by "Rex"- StIlne .
:: Comedy. in two weeks. Our RED TAG
Do'not fail to see them,, Open at

'2 2 to'5"and 6:45 to,10*p. m., our price. t
of '-fie to' tL'I. I ,the most .favoredweaves SALE ,PRICES will meet thatend..

4; The afternoon matinees are proving

popular :for ,the ladies and children .
t has just arrived from our
who"can not get',out 'at'night ,
y The night attendance is very larg
Dont miss this .rNQthmg reserved.
showing the approval the,class of Chicago Tailors opportunity.

:pictures! .shown.' : Shoes for 'everybody. Join the crowd to-day for your *

'COMMUNICATION- ED. V. PRICE .& CO. share of 'the big, Shoe values at

,. The following letter ,shows ,how

,strangers_ are:impressed with Orlando

':: and lamp the Sentisel' thanks you,.Mr..Bel- If you'll make an early selection EG; DUCKWORTH'SShoe

Sandoval, ,111., March '3, 1913. . .
"The : of style and pattern,. let. us take . .
Sentinel : .
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1 :; ;I am.inclosing draft for fLOO'for your correct measure for your
one:year's'subscription to the'Week. Store.t
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,t I 'had- :the:pleasure ,of a, few" days Easter suit We, will guarantee

T< stay in r :your, pretty;;'little city last

Y; .swath'and fell- 'greatly, in love' withtheplaoei :complete :satisfaction.
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