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 11, 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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a result of the Tampa Mail Or- Special to the Sentinel. .- I Special to The Sentinel
der business, one colored man is dead Alexandria, Va., March 10.-The Special to the Sentinel.Fernandina Special to the Sentinel.Washington i DEPT. BERTH. Louisville, Ky., March 10.-Mort

and another a refugee from justice. solver of the high cost of living whoa | March 10.-H. T. March 10.-1 hat an I President Wilson expects to sendto than two hundred "innocent bystanders"

Saturday night about midnight policemen short time ago stole several hun- I Latham, alias H. T. Lamar, is in jail entire change of the military policy the Senate today the name of were arrested, a woman was
dred pounds of meat from a local here for forgery. of the government with regards to pushed down and
Adams and Arthur found James I. Blakeslee, secretary of the a man beaten into
Walker sitting in a dazed conditionnear store-house and for whom the police Latham was arrested last Mondayby Mexico, is to be inaugurated was revealed Pennsylvania State Democratic Com- unconsciounsess on the street here bya

a colored cafe on West Church 'have been searching, early today're- Tifton, Ga., officers but demanded today when Garrison took steps mittee, to be fourth assistant post mounted patrolman, who himselfwas
i newed his operations and raided a requisition He looking towards the withdrawal of taken in hand .
was accom-
street and was by them, taken into papers. master general. Mr. Blakeslee was by a squad of officers e
smoke-house, taking with him six panied in Tifton who United States troops now posted along
custody and a physician called, but by a woman I reported last week as slated for third after he had terrorized a community
he died Sunday.No hundred pounds of smoked ham. The claimed to be his wife, although they the border assistant, but a definite announcementwas for several blocks around. I(

one has been found who knowsor fact that the smokehouse was a part I stopped at different houses. It develops Garrison announced this afternoonthat made today at the White House 1 jig I charged that the patrolman \va4
is willing to tell the particularsof of the poor farm establishment did that she was a daughter of a he had telegraphed to General I intoxicated. .
that he will have the fourth place in
the case. But it is generally known not deter the thief. citizen of Palatka, Fla., who became Bliss asking if it is possiblefor the The trouble began when the patrolman .

that Nelson Hill and Joe Walker, who I The daring of the marauder has infatuated with Latham,while she was clashes between them and the post office'departmentIt < walked up to two men standingon
I caused astonishment. In all of his depredations visiting an uncle in Fernandina. The Mexican guerrillas or regulars.. is expected that the announce- j!!
were in the employ of J. B. Magruder ment of the selection of State Senator a street corner, accused them oft
At the livery barn bad been drinkingand he has used a horse and uncle discovered ,her relations with The secretary was justified in his i t having just left a poker game and
F. D. Roosevelt, of New York, to be
quarreling all day Saturday and wagon ,and although the smokehouse Latham and sent her home, but she action by association that the danger assistant ,, placed them under arrest. The men
tie culmination was in the tragedy of I was only a few feet from the main left Palatka a few days. After his: of the United States troops becoming succeed Beekham secretary of the navy, to protested and the loud voices in argument
Saturday night Hill stabbed Walkerin building at the poor farm, evidently. arrest, Latham turned over his effects . embroiled in trans-border disorder is Winthrop, I attracted others. Fast as they
the region of the heart, the great he drove up boldly and took what he to her and she left Tifton foi. not so great so long as they remain sent row. to the Senate today or tomor- 'appeared they were placed under arrest -
wanted. Brunswick. close to the border and that such 1
knife piercing one lung. Hill was an One man who was hailed as he
known to carry a dangerous knife and The police were called within a imbroglios might' easily tend to serious Special to the SentinelWashington ,passed and arrested, objected so stren-
was a bad man with it and whiskey.He short time after the robbery and followed CRIMINAL COURT trouble. The Secretary adds March 10.-After four. ,. uousty that the patrolman knocked

is still at large but the officers the tracks of the wagon up to that he is intends to keep enough strenuous days in which his confer- him down and when a woman who was

. hope to apprehend him soon., the main road where they were lost. Criminal Court was convened Mon- troops near the border to enforce the j ences with Democratic leaders were witnessing the affair from her door ..
day morning with Judge T. P. War- neutrality laws. He is not ready for! frequently interrupted by hand-steak-f' step approached the officer with a plea :

POST MASTER SUICIDES-TOWN A YOUNG MAN'S MEET.A low presiding. the complete removal of the "army ers, President Wilson today decided for mercy in behalf of the man sh*

OF TAVARES SHOCKED The makeup of the jury is: D. Mc- observation" as the two divisions now that hereafter he will make apoint- was pushed back until she fell to the

BY SAD NEWS.J. goodly number of the younger Kay, T. H. W. Marden, J. Meisterman, at Galveston or on the borders are ments only after 11 o'clock in the : pavement . 9

H. Vanderhaven, Post .Master of business men met last night and dis- J. Larsen, M. Y. McMillan, B. A. Kent, termed.. morning, or for the east room in the I I By this time a crowd of over two r

Tavares, eommitted suicide early yes- cussed ways 'and means of improving Jim Crawford, J. H. Mooney, 0. L. The distance ideas, however, which executive offices about 9 a. m., and j hundred had appeared and all were, 1

terday morning by cutting his throat Orlando and bettering conditions in ;Giles, J. M. Cook, L. L. Loraine, Wm. prevail with a great many administration first devote two full uninterrupted' placed under arrest. .:
with a raw, severing both juggler the city. :It was the sense of the I Smith and T. L. Hancock. officials in the Huerta governmentare hours to correspondence and other important The patrolman then started his captives .
meeting that an organization be effected This making such progress as to war- business the the
veins and the wind pipe. He arose following cases were disposed of day. toward station house when !
about 5:30 and began to dress; about to work in harmony with the 1 of yesterday: rant ther early recognition and that Members of his cabinet and persons I, he was interrupted by the police J>&- I
an hour later his wife found him lying Board of Trade and the Civic League Jm Mockins, colored, charged with the troops and ships may soon be dispensed for whom he sends will not be sub I trol and a squad of officers who had

in, the hall partially dressed, his |for internal, improvement' and ad- carrying a pistol without a permit, with.It ject to the new rule, but all others been summoned by telephone. They[ 'J

dead body lying in a pool of hs own vancement along ,every line of Or- plead guilty and was fined $100 or is reported that the division now ..will On cabinet days the President I I..took the patrolman in charge, dis 4
blood. The only cause assigned for lando, social, political and businesslife. 1(thirty days in jail at Galveston will be sent back to their will see his visitors before 11 o'clock, |armed him and dismissed the crowd. t
Jt',was to be in the nature of a various posts in a few days and the hour I
Hayes Straughton colored the of meeting. The President'slist
this tragical ending ef Ms life is ill was j.
dub with a nominal fee for admsi- found guilty of.selling and four transports now held at Galvestonwill : today was long enough to keep '
health, as he has been sufferng for was LEADER OF THE HOUSE INDICAt
sion and was,to be a working rather be sent back to Nerfalk. J
fined $400 five"months in : him busy. ,
several months from a complicationof jail TES THAT HE WOULD OF-
than a financial body. Son Stroates Secretary of State Bryan today refused -I
of im-
diseases. on a charge FER NO SUGGESTIONS t J
Mr.E. S. Pierce was made chairman to confirm the announcement of {
He.has served as Post Master for proper exhibition of firearms was given CHAUTAUQUA .LAST; NIGHT. I| TO,THE PRESIDENT \
and W. A. Palmer, secretary. Afteran thirty days in jail., Ambassador Wilson, that he, .Bryan _
about three years and was also a 1 ,
informal discussion as to ways and had written a commendatory letterto _I"j SL>.te .I*
member of the firm of J. L fiux & The docket} is short and it is thought Notwithstanding the o'er cast skies Special to the SentinelWashington .
Co., dealers in general merchandise.! means, the following committees were court will adjourn with the one day's Consul Wilson. and the loud peals of thunder threatening March 10.-Presides! j

So far as ascertained, no irregularities appointed: On Organization Victor session. Garrison gave to the press today a Florida downpour, a fairly Wilson will have to take the inativiin
are found in connection with his Starbuck, 0. L. Badger and J. F. the only dispatch his department has I large audience assembled to hear the the framing of the legislative program i

official duties. Schuman. A Committee to confer TO HOLD JOBS. on the conditions in ,Mexico and the lecture of Julius Caesar Nayphe on for the coming special sessionof 1
with the ,Board of Trade and attend''4 dispatch showed the activity of the I the subject, "America from an Ae- Congress and suggestions may btf f
the Board of Trade and present the rebels throughout the northern part of thenian's Standpoint" No offered by .leaders in the House for
A PIONEER HANDS OVER THE I Special to The SentineLWashington I I man on the i':
REINS. purpose of this organization appointed March 10.-Heads of I the country. platform this season has so pleasedthe his guardians only ask may request .,
I as follows: C. L Ramsey, 0. the two scientific bureaus of the De- Many small skirmishes are reported Chautauqua as did this Athenian.His .I them. This was in effecta :
L Badger, Dr. Howell and E. S. between the federals and the rebels scheme of
Mr. R. L Hyer,wh has been in bus-I partment of Commerce, Dr. Otto H. lectures were instructive and very Underwood, of the .
Pierce. from Nogales to Vera-Cruz with the entertaining. He is a man of liberal I i House Committee today. Underwood
iness for thirty years in Orlando, has Tittman, of the coast and geodetic
The meeting adjourned to meet federals having the best success. education and pleasing address. In l i I and his fellow Democrats on the com .If
sold his stock to Mr. T. J. Mathers I survey, and Dr. Samuel W. Stratton
and has turned over the reins. Mr. next Tuesday night of the bureau of standards, have been closing, he paid a tribute to Miss mittee are now engaged in drawingup

Hyer has been in business here so advised by Secretary Redfield that I PICKING THE AMBASSADORS. America that was a masterpiece as a a general plan for tariff requisition

long, has mingled with the public and ST. ,PATRICK'S DAY. they are to retain their positions. word picture and waked loud and pro- to be presented to Congress. Plant

private business affairs of Orlando Special to the Sentinel Robert M. Pindell Jr., chief clerk of Special to the SentinelWashington longed applause. Then followed those may be presented to the Democratic
that he will -be missed from the old New York, March, 10.-With Stj the Department of Commerce and La- March 10.-Guesses marvelous pictures of the heavens and caucus which will decide whether the

place of business, bud he has earned a Patrick's day just a week off, the bor, has resigned to go to Wilming- are now. the order of the day here over the bright pictures of Dr.. Brashaer.i tariff be revised s hedule,by schedule.
the slate for the .
rest, and as he has been very success- trans-Atlantic mail is bringing a deluge -I'ton Del. ambassadorships.This It was a rare treat for. the Chautauqua -,I He said he didn't expect to confer
ful in busniess, his host of friends will of momentoes from Ireland. is one of the latest attempts to people to witness these wonder j with the president until the whole

hope to see him take life more moder- Clerks at the general post' office find DEATH OF A PIONEER. forecast what President Wilson will ful photographs and listen to Dr/ : tariff scheme had been evolved. It has
of shamrocks, ferns and Irish do in filling these important posts: been reported that
ately and enjoy his accumulations.His sprays Brashaer explain them. Naturally the I Underwood would
sod bursting from and Richard Olney, of Massachusetts, am- advise
envelopes pack- the
successor, Mr. Mathers is dis- pctures of Halley's Comet excited president against the con
tinctively a horseman having been ages addressed to Irish citizens in Mr. Walter Stanner, one of Or- bassador to Great Britain; William F. greatest interest I sideration of any topics at this 'session .

engaged in buying and selling horses this country. It is found that a number ange county's oldest and highly respected McCoombs, of New York, ambassador but the House leaders indicated

and is not only an expert horseman, of the old folks at home are us- citizens, died suddenly Sun- to France; Augustus Thomas, an SUNDAY AT THE METHODIST, plainly today that he would offer no
but is an honorable dealer. The livery ing post cards as an economical way day afternoon at the residence of his important post; Frederick C. Penfield, CHURCH.Dr. suggestions and the president wouldbe
:business will continue formerly.MR. to .send shamrock seeds. The seeds daughter, Mrs.. John H. Tucker, at of New York, ambassador to Austriaor free to recommend any legisla
are shealed in a small envelope, about 310 East Jackson street. Age 74. Italy; Henry Morgenthau, of New Carolyn Geisel, Orlando's dis- tive program he saw fit.

MOORE HURT. twice the size of a stamp, and stuck The body was taken to Ft Christmasfor York, ambassador to Turkey; CharlesR. tinguished and beloved guest, ad- President Wilson, who has pr cti- z
in the upper left hand corner of a post burial by Undertaker Armstrongand Crane, of Chicago, ambassador to dressed as large an audience Sunday cally abandoned his idea of workingat
card adorned with Irish emblems and laid to rest in the family cemeteryat Russia; Thomas Nelson Page, of the Capitol will be
2Ir. E. C. Moore, oj the Postal Tel- evening at the Methodist church as it represented at
egraph Company received verses. that place. Washington, ambassador to Austria was possible to crowd into the build- the extra session by A. Mitchell Palma .
a severe a The funeral was largely attended or Italy. It is said William J. Bryan who is the
severe shock yesterday afternoon dur- ing and many were turned away. Her, on Ways and Means
Monday by many of his old friends. Bryan as Secretary of State will have I Committee and is the chairman
ing the eceltrical storm which HE LIKES FLORIDA.Mr. address and the splendid renderings of the
the .city Mr. Moore was at his swept post N. P. Baker, of Philadelphia, The deceased leaves a wife and much to say as to the appointments.REV. of the choir delighted that large' House caucus and by Senator Hughes,

when the lightening struck the wires, who is stopping at the New Seminole daughter, Mrs. Tucker, who have the audience. Monday, Dr. Geisel ad- of New Jersey, a new comer, in the

and was carried to the operator's table Hotel, Winter Park, says that in 'his sympathy of many friends. DR. TUCKER DEAD. dressed the Chautauqua again and like Senate.

where he was sitting, knocking travels over Florida, he has found no I all of her addresses, she brought a The president says he is determinedthat
senseless. plate that suits him so well as Orlando COMING TO THE LUCERNE. Special Philadelphia to the Sentinel, March '10.-Rev. .Dr. 1 i new and needful message. She made' the currency reform shall be

He was only disabled for a short and Winter Park. Charles'Henry Tucker, next to the last! some pertinent suggestions regarding taken up before the adjournment He
i time, and at 2 o'clock was manipulating Mr. Baker is an old sea captain and Charles Hilliard, who has caused a of the of clergymen who as- !I school children and school furniture' bases his determination on the belief

the ticker as skilfully as of yore. has traveled allover the United furore where he has appeared this sisted in group organizing the Reformed and ventilation of school fooms. She that the reduction in the tariff, suchas
States, having spent much of his timeon year because of his refined and artis- church forty died i showed that 62 per cent of children he desires it, makes it necessary
Episcopal ,
years ago
AT THE FAVORITE TODAY the Pacific coast, and on the high tic personation of girlhood, renders yesterday at Atlantic City, N. J. He j have curvature of spine because compelled for readjustment of the nation'
seas and in foreign lands; and he the song, "The Daughter of the Reg- 74 old. to sit at desks too high for' monetary system. . ': -f
Big two reel subject, "Old Man states that no where has he found iment," in the farcical afterpiece, "De was years I them. The regrettable part of the I
climate so agreeable during the Go Lightly Guards' Reception," of the is that business FRANCIS
'Belles Secret" Drama, Reliance. any TOMATO PLANTS FOR SALE I program men have COLTON FUNERAL iSpetial
"How New York Travels." : winter months as he finds here in elaborate and entirely new show One dollar thousand in not the opportunity of hearing more I to the SentinelWashington
"The Servian Army in the Balkan the interior of Florida-here in 'Orange which will be presented by George per any of these lectures., March 10.-Francis II
Evans' "Honey Boy" Minstrels at the quantity desired. Purchasers must Colton, who died here last night, probably
War county.
Lucerne Theatre March do their own pulling of plants. Better will be buried in local {
Thursday, I a cemetery
We are showing good pictures. We EXCELLECOLLEGE..
plant now. My packing house in Or- here tomorrow. Mr. Colton who
want to please you. If we do not AMBASSADOR TO ENGLAND. lando will be opened from the first was
,tell us. If we do, tell your friends. Boston, Mass., March 10.-Presi- BURGLARS MAKE RICH HAUL. of May to June 10th and I will buy Rollins is growing in favor each 59 years old, and whose demise followed
six week's attack _
a of
: Open two to five p. m. 6:45 to 10 i dent Wilson has offered the important all your tomatoes. year and the good influences that are jaundice, _
p. m. post of Ambassador to Court of New York, March 10.-BurglarS se- S. J. SLIGH. thrown about young men and, young i succeeded William Deen Howells in the
Remember our Price is 5c to all. St James to Richard Olney, who was cured about $3,000 worth of rugs, oil women 'then, are :well calculated to I consular post at Venice, Italy, in 1886.

Come and enjoy your self. Secretary of State in Cleveland's ad- paintings and other furnishings yes- MANDOT KNOCKED OUT. appeal to the mother who has ,the fu-I''family He the father of a considerable t

ministration.The terday from the home of Mrs. Frances Special to Tie Sentinel ture of her children at he rt,F and I among them a son, George R.

AN'ORLANDO BOY CLIMBING UP invitation was received tonight Hodgson Burnett, the author, at Plan- New Orleans, March 10.Leach wants them to b/nre the best advantage . Conton, who is governor of Porto

Mr. John S. McCamey, for quite awhile While Olney hasn't announced his attitude dome, Long Island. Mrs. Burnett is Cross, (New York, knocked.oat Joe *"by way of education. IIeL ..

depot agent in Orlando has been it is the general belief that spending her annual winter vacation- Mandot, of New Orleans, lid

I appointed ticket agent at the Union he will decline, partly because of his in: Bermuda. in this city tonight .V i;: 3.. !: WEATHER REPORT.. MORGAN. LEAVES CAIRO. '

station injfashville, Tenn. ,This is great age and his important legal and I t'_ :- Florida=Generally fair .Tuesday Special Cairo. :to, Egypt the Sentinel., March 1 --11 Pferpont 11

t.f 4.decided promotion for Johnnie .and judicial responsibilities in this coon, Inspect Shannibarjer's Uf stock of J Come to Cortfe A.O9 Ws fOr ywr and_ ) Wednesday C,,moderate, r 'teaperatwe. -Morgan. left AIeant 'i-1 ?
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Albany Journal:What lonely places j jXtmageddon I

t "xust be! and the hatless ring I i I Lord & Bradshaw j t' Look Look !

Washington Star: New York State I j We wish to announce to'our friends, and the public generally, 1 -- -- .

'ki's never solved the problem "How i that we have formed a partnership under the ftI I

f happy without horse racing." I I above firm name, for a general | I .UNHEARD OE VALUESIN '

Omaha Bee: The high cost of livings f 1
II I Real Estate and Insurance I -----
!knocked into a cocked hat thatdd .
fallacy that two can live as cheap | i
as.. one. I I business:: and are centrally located in a ground floor office at No. I Shirts Hats Hose
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St. Louis Globe.-Democrat: There IIi 8. Orange Avenue, (formerly occupied by Hamilton & Dunn I ,

arealways crumbs of consolation.Constantinople I Millinery), where we will be pleased to meet all our old1 friends |
: is glad that it isn't the ,
I and to make new ones. 1 i ClothingEvery
:City of Mexico.
II Our list of city and acreage property is surpassed by none, 5
Detroit Free Press: of the Mexican I
rebel shells landed in a kitchen I day brings new features and greater opportunities for
and have iI
i we some exceptional bargains. COME AND SEE Us
.and knocked over the cook stove. For .
once: those rebel gunners got the i I Lord & Bradshaw advantageous buying. It will be money in your pocket

} aange. = | if you buy now. Come in and investigate.
Manchester Union: 0, very well! E ,
f1. the Government experts insist, 'mm:smmm! sm:vam: BBBJLB:
T we'll spell it"catchup; but shall pro- Quality, Service, Variety, Price, are the things that recommendKailner's
and it "
Jounce eat "ketchup. -

Philadelphia Record: To pay $4,-.. BRIGHAM & HILL
'(} ,9oo in wages the Anthracite New York''Bargain
Trust ,added $15,000,000 to selling
jrices. That is the hard arithmetic
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Albia Republican: There are 700 Store
ells to come before the present Iowa Orlando Stationery, Souvenir and Curio Store .

legislature. If they would repealTQQQ .
it would be a better session for 22 WEST CHURCH STREETMtlltliMiliimillllllillMHIHIIiliiliiliilllill It You Would 6e Posted be a Dally Visitor to this Store k
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Philadelphia Inquirer: What's this
General Rosalie Jones would not stand tttlMIHMMMMMIMMi''
I s. 'i>r"Votes for Colored Women!"Why 1913 !L :odels
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"low very,>,inconsistent-of her! I J. ;\ Star Employment j i EVERYTHING

Washington Post: A Pottsville,Pa. '
Emily of sever have been operated on r i Agency i ii -IN-
- Manicure, Pedicure, Shampoo,. Tell your troubles to Palmer. e
how people living in a small
Face and Scalp Massage. He will reliable in FEEDFOR -
*town can accumulate such vast wealth. get help any
I line of
Parlor over Dickson& Ives store
The shipping of tomatoes is said toik corner Orange and Central Phone 105 -
keeping the f armes at Fort Lauderdale Avenues.J. .
.' busy. So far very good prices MOTOCYCLES 11111",1,1",1.1.111..,.
I lave prevailed. LIVE STOCK

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J.OST-A package containing hair I Seven H. Models, $250.00 CONTRACTOR AND
between Livingston and West St.. BUILDER. ; ; ELIJAH HAND LAUBACHThe

: Finder suitably rewarded,by leaving O. E. Eilpert Superintend All Work. Funeral Director
same at this office. 3t Prices That Are an and Embalmer Grain Man.
Inducement.All .
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(By Jeannette Robinson Murphy.) EstateFourteen ITS A FAIR PROPOSITIONTO IF YOU WANT

,When Uncle Sam first saw the light, acres of good land in good
A child of revolution, location. 9 acres in grove. Located, ASSUME THAT YOU ARE BRIGHTER FRUIT '
lIe had,what seemed his natural rightA on nice Jake. Price $5,500. I
hardy Constitution.His APPRECIATIVE OF THE VERY Free from the dust mite and for which ? 'f' ::;
Ten acres first class land. 5 acres f fin ,
fathers came from North and grove. Splendid location. $4,500.Ii BEST. WE ARE SPECIALISTS IN you command the fancy prices, useSulphoCitrol ._,
South, -
White men of resolution, Two and one-half acres in excellent I '
and Motor
Electrical Work
They gave to him, with noble birth, location. All in grove. $1,500. Wireing
A vigorous Constitution.March4th t ti
1789.) i A large,number of business lots in I NEWELL ELECTRICAL COMPANYARCADE IF YOU WANT .:"
various localities in the city, and.
He took the list of childish ills,- beautiful suburbs of the city at prices BUILDING To destroy the "THRIPP," use- --- .
(Whiskey Rebellion, French ranging from $100 to $1,000. I CHURCH ST.
Revolution) PHONE 280 Black Leaf Tobacco ExtractOur
With little diminution-War with Lake front home sites containing I
Tripoli) two and more acres of land at the
He weathered all, because he had- very moderate price of $650. i i new 1913 Almanac containing full I;
(Treason of Aaron Burr, Em-
I information sent you for three cents
bargo Act) For particulars call at office over
An iron Constitution. Dickson & Ives store, Orange Ave. I I postage.
The Best is the CheapestSO
Be braved the croup and whooping CARL JANSENADVERTISE 3t I
cough-(Battle of Tippecanoe,
E. 0. Painter -
War 1812) GET THE BEST OF Fertilizer Co.
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And fever, not to mention-War I S I t t i t tS

The colic with, thrash Algiers, )and other kinds- "";I Paints and Wall Paper JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
(Seminole, Mexican and Kan- IF YOU '
sas CiviTWars) Want a Cook 1 I
Of sad, inside dissension -(Mormon Want a Partner THE 1912 WALL PAPER IN SAMPLES II I II t
Troubles, John Brown's Want a Situation *. IS GRAND AND I WILL BE PLEASED I:I .
Raid) Want a Servant Girl '. TO SHOW THEM. ALL YOU HAVE TO {I i oj
Black measles,in an evil hourAgitation to Sell I
Want Carriage
over black slavery) WanttoSellTownProperty BRING THE SAMPLE TO YOUR HOME.
They nearly snowed him under, Want to Sell Your Groceries .
For doctors got him in their power- Mantels
Want to Sell Your Hardware Fireplace
(Abolitionists) GEO. A. BARKER PHONE 268 ,
Want customers for Anything '
And tore him nigh asunder.(Civil
Advertise Daily in This Paper Tiles and Grates
) ,
Advertising Is the Way to Success ,
These Northern doctors quite ignored ,, Advertising Brings Customers Caloric Fireless Cookers
Carpetbagger Legislators) Advertising Keeps Customers ,
All Southern collocation, Advertising Insures Success '
And "butted in," pretending to Advertising Shows Energy _Electric Pocket Flash Lights,
Build up his Constitution.-(Amend- Advertising Shows Pluck'
ments, Articles xiii, xiv, xv.) '' Advertising Advertise of Is Bust"Biz" '' Complete Electric Lighting Plants of

Alas, for him! Alas, for them! Advertise Long .
They never made restitution,-(Reimbursement Advertise WellADVERTISE have now opened their Any Size Installed. .
for slaves and :
property) At Once "I (
He's failing since they undermined-, IN THE SENTINEL stock of new Spring Hats
(Politicians of yesterday) S 'I .
His splendid Constitution.Poor . . . . . . 'j I E. S. PIERCE

Uncle Sam, too weak to rise, When you get through reading the I and Millinery ELECTRICIAN ,.
To fight your dissolution, Sentinel, mail it to some friend or '
And. they who-d kill you cry, "Behold I at distance. of.
acquaintance a Very .
.. PIONE 436. New land BIdg., Church SL
-(Recent publicists and political
ten this brings a new settler. LATEST STYLES.
His worn out Constitution I" Subscribe for the Sunday Sentinel II
'-From.New York Examiner. Ten cents a week delivered. -

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t The all-important question of Furniture. You'll readily admit that you

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

to us, we will see that you get it.



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A Good Square Deal

People buy at Kincaid & Snow- Aa

r k Is what we all want for our
den'is because they get an honest 'rf .

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dollar's worth of merchandise' for r money.

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} get one carry
every dollar they spend, they j

iLuLL- :.:. ... in Stock more Home Furnishingsthan .
.are given a square deal I Nofalse MpY11Yt 1- .J
any other two furniture
promises, no reckless adver- '!
.- o houses 'th e city

tising, no high prices. x4


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Our trust is popular ; it belongs to the people ; it has never been attacked by the man with the !

,muck rake. The word trust has several meanings. The one we refer to means confidence, faith and re

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

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

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i .South Florida SentinelMORNING voting bonds for $18000,000* greatest drawback that Florida I

AND WEEKLY for a system of state highways, California has to contend with today is the ig-t i it EASTER JEWELRY'A.T

people thought they were set norance of the people generally con ,

t SUBSCRIPTION RATES t ting the pace for the entire country, cerning the State Prejudices formed'':

but it looks as if we may have to take through wrong impressions, gained :
. THE DAILY SENTINEL off our hats to Florida. That stateis from unreliable information are hard i
One) year ....J.....:..........$5.00 to
planning for the construction of a overcome, especially when the peo-
Six Months ................... 2.50 i
system of vitrified brick. roads. pie of our State are indifferent I
Three Months ...........,..... 1.25 to-j
The value of good roads as one of ward overcoming such prejudices: I
Per Week ................... .10
the greatest assets with which to appeal Tourists come among us and enjoy'

By newt carrier in Orlando (0 centa per to tourists is evidently as fully our deligheful winter climate, our orange i EVA.Ns'.t

onth. Daily and Sunday. recognized in Florida as in California groyes, and vegetable gardens;

The Orlando Horning Sentinel can be found ; in fact, if that state spends $50- and in the springtime they return to

to tale in Orlando at Coriti A O'Neal' Book 000,000 to our $18,000,000, it looks as their neighbors, who have not been
I tore. ; if the recognition were clearer in able to enjoy our climate with them, THE BEAUTY AND FRESHNESS OF .a
We will appreciate prompt complaint if Florida than in California. Florida is that; nothing will grow in Florida SPRINGTIME IS IN THE NEW JEWELRY '
fclivery U not properly made by our carriers.ratet the centers of They make such declarations i
_._--- much, nearer eastern even
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Adentbint will be furntihed en application. population than is California and that right here in the State and many of .. '

.. . fact offsets to a considerable degreethe our citizens will laugh with them as I GIFT YOU WILL FIND HERE MANY

THE WEEKLY SENTINEL superiority of climate which we though the whole thing were a joke. DESIRABLE ARTICLES AT MODEST
for year, by mall poetag paid $100 If Floridian Immigration
Californians think our state possessesIt every were an
Addmi THE SENTINEL Orlftnfc florid ;, PRICES.
Office 101 Court Stmt Arcade Building. I I la quite evident that Florida, our I I agent and a "booster," as is

Phone 14J. principal competitor for the tourist every Californian, the I ignorance concerning .

- "" -..... business, proposes to spare no moneyin Florida and her wonderful LEATHER NOVELTIES "
F. KRUMANN UiUrJ081AU supplanting Its natural advantages possibilities would soon be overcome.In .

FEERli PftpritUf.TUESDAY in order to make the state attractiveto spite of the "knockers" however, WE ARE ALWAYS ON THE LOOKOUT .

MARCH IITII, 1013. tourists and home iceekri from the within and without the State, Floridais I FOR TIIINGS NOVEL IN LEATII.

north. There I is much food for sober making most wonderful growth, ER. ,
Luther Ilurhank ii trying to breed thought in this announcement of road and will continue to grow at a more

striped rata That ia our idea of be- plans; it I ia quite evident that thisIs rapid rate, as safe and sane men come PURSES, BAGS, FOBS AND SIMILAR,

Inl>? busy waiting time. I no time for California to be goingto here with a desire to intelligentlylearn ARTICLES ARE USUALLY FOUND . .

i o sleep with a satisfied sense of natural of the possibilities, instead of IIERE WROUGHT FROM THE FINEST << ,

It ia understood that there are at superiority.-Riverside California our drawbacks. SKINS-SOME AMERICAN AND SOME ..
Wait 100( homes now in course of con. Press. In his>> address before a recent livestock '
itruction in Lakeland, The above ia an editorial mentionof meeting at the Agricultural Experiment .

t 0 the Florida idea of bonding for the Station at Gainesville, Direc

The garden spot of the county lies building of good roads, and shows tor Rolfs told of the great work thatis

where man is a booster. Why not bea the importance of this movement, for gonig on in the way of introducingnew

booster for Orlando? the Golden Gate of the West looks forage plants, as well as the cultivation

o with jealousy upon us the day we of those plants and grasses the JewelerOPPOSITE

As a whole, President Wilson hast shall have good roads. That day is that are already being grown with ,

cabinet composed of the youngest drawing near and California sees the success. He advises the raising of

men in the history of ctabinet-mak- handwriting.Hon. more stock, and dwells on the fact

: ing. Braxton Beecham of this city, that stock raiing has been the means POST OFFICE

1 o is the father of this good roads movement of making every great agriculturalState
It is suggested that there may be in Florida and is the first man what it is today. We trust that

tome significance in the fact that who had the stamina write it in every one of our readers will read

Huerta is pronounced something like, a political platform, and advocate it. every word of Prof. Rolf's address.

"where-to." Yet that platform traveled across the For the information of those who

o Continent and excites editorial comment have repeatedly said that Florida soil

The ,Toledo Blade suggests that by a great newspaper. is no good, we publish below a letter SILK
Harry K. Thaw might pull in a bill dated September 2, 1912, by Hon. W STOCKINGS
against Matteawan for advertising the
THE ORANGE COUNTY FAIR. A. McRae, Commissioner of Agriculture

institution. to Judge 0. A. Wright, who is
it o lecturing in the west for the interestsof
The Orange County Fair, held at
Will some one please arise and explain
Orlando, February 18-25, 1913, was :
the difference between a repub- another success in demonstrating the Dear Sir,-Florida has more than t '
lican protectionist and a 'democratic 35,000,000 acres of cultivatable land.
protectionist? possibilities of the State and Orange For Day ,: ;
County in particular. To these gen Florida contains a greater area of
o fertile soils than State in the
tlemen who had'charge of the arrangements any
What has become of Florida's favorite too much credit cannot Union except Texas., and g
{ ,sons? None in the cabinet, none
Florida has vast areas of soils
be given for their, untiring efforts
mentioned for the Insular service and fr
adapted to the successful cultivation
behalf of the affair and a successful
none for special missions. conclusion to their labors. of every crop necessary to man's sustenance Evening V. % ,

o as well as for (
k Citrus fruits of course predominated commerce.
scientist claims that the earth is
Florida is the greatest fruit and
and the well-known brands of Orange
shrinking two inches a year, but probably County were on exhibit. The i vegetable producing section, of the Wear
J. Pierpont hasn't noticed, or United States.
of the
F Orange County
he would have had it stretched.
Florida's Agricultural Growth.
Florida Citrus Exchange led in number .
: ,
o and excellence of exhibits. Poultry Acreage in cultivation, 1990 661,280

a The army of backsliders and the livestock, vegetables, the schools Acreage in Cultivation, 1900 979,544
unregenerated who have incurred the Acreage in Cultivation, 1910 1,157,546
and domestic arts were on exhibit, and
left handed smile of W. J. B. ,are creditable displays were madein Field Crops ......... ...... ........ .
many Our Personal Guarantee
preparing to cut short their visit at each line. $ 7,020,390 $10,134,950 $14,612,840

Washington.Three ribbons and were Vegetable products ... .. .... .. .. .. .
Many prizes, cups
o offered, some quite valuable, and the 965,969 1,357,629 6,825,912 Accompanies Every Pair

small children were bitten rivalry was quite keen between the I Fruit crops ... ... .... .. .... .....
by a mad dog in the Tampa Heights various competitors. The well-known! 3,723,764 2,133,723 5,905,727Live

section of Tampa few days ago. The Roselawn Farms of Lakeland and stock on hand .. . .... .. ....
; children ae being given the Pasteur William Cook & Sons were among, the 5,020,073 8,143,176 23,967,501 Marion B. Ives

cat treatment. poultry exhibitors, showing their prizewinners Poultry and products ... .. ... .. .. .

,l y at Jacksonville, Lakeland and ,608,448 758,710 2,413540. .
-f- You can't blame a man for not trying other cities, and attracted considerable Dairy'' products .. .f.. .... .. .. .. .-. .
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something that hasn't been tried
attention. Several local fanciers 1,326,436 1,015,653 2,851,479

.L to much' as the unbeliever who won't carried off prizes, again demonstrating Other products .. .. . .. .. .... .. .. EXCLUSIVE MILLINERY PARLORS
try a thing that has been tried and that Florida can hold her own in 227,737 129,472 135,435
found to work. .
the poultry line with all competitors.Mr. -

o R. L. Marshall, editor of the Total values Second FloorThe
The news tells us that the mild
$18,892,819 $ 3 673,313 $56,712,734
Southern Ruralist, was the judge of ,
E winter has cut down the supply of
the poultry Department, and made (Signed) Yours truly,
*, maple but here is a predictionthat
sap many friends by his fairness, tact and W. A. McRAE, Com. Agr.
"maple sugar" will be just as

t plentiful, .;. as ever. o I It is to be regretted, however, that THE SUFFRAGE LADIES. rise and fall of nations is the _

Ther is this difference bet een.the all of the best of Orange County were Not only Washington, but the whole ,ebb and flow of agriculture. .
not on exhibition, particularly in the country has been discussing the woman 0---
members of Wilson's cabinet and Mr.
live stock line. The owners seemed suffrage parade which took BALL'Columbia
-; Taft's cabinet: But little is known placeon There is no such thing as the philos.
lacking in a interest. Withina the day before President Wilson's BASE
of the incoming men, and but little I proper ophy of business; for the philosophyof
few miles of the city some of the inauguration. It was a wonderful
will be known hereafter of the out life and the philosophy of businessare
best and finest breed of Durocs are to demonstration, despite some disorderby

; going men. be found, equalled by few and exceeded rowdies along the line of march. one and the same.I -- . -- .. .. . - --
0 o
: by none in the United States. Yet For the lack of order the local policeare
With Father Bryan in the throneof shall through this world but
these were not on exhibit. The same blamed, and Congress is makingan
the great white city there will be Berkshires once. Any good, therefore, that I can Collegevs.
applies to some splendid investigation. Before another inauguration
those who are doomed to march to do or any kindness that I can show
some of them within the incorporatedlimits it is possible that there
disappointment who had hoped to let do it
to human being, me now.
r of the city; some fine Jersey will be women in Congress. In Cal any
serve this country in some foreign I Let me not defer or neglect it, for I .
milk cows were also conspicuous by ifornia women are taking a very active .
mission. shall not this again.
their absence. part in politics and they intend I pass way

Orange County Fair deserves better to show at the San Diego Panama Ex- o Rollins College
The bill providing of a $70,000 post
office building for Sanford is now a support than this. Just when every poistion how the cause has been progressing Twenty or thirty years hence the
effort is being made to raise the and what good has been'c. obituary writers will probably conclude .
law and Sanford will have the build.
standard of our live stock within'the complished through it. There are two that a man of these days who
ing. Orlando will find out one of
these days that it takes somethingmore State, and when these poultry, live sides to suffrage, as the men are beginning escaped indictment failed to make his

than pictures and auction sales stock and fruit exhibits are the great- to realize. While the hosts mark in the community in which he Monday, March 10

est educational affairs that we can of women were marching along Pennsylvania I I lived. We are anxiously looking out I
to get government buildings.
t. o have, such lack of interest does not avenue on March 3rd, many I for the day when fame stamps Bran-
: speak well,for the progressiveness of i deis of for her own.o .
A, message' of hope to the butterfingered j jour a man proudly said to his neighbor: Bostqn AndTuesday
who battles nightly i growers and breeders. "We ought to show the people over
spouse Yet, though not all the best 'of Orange in England how things are done here"In The
with small buttons is sent by Miss parent county, Hillsborough
Christine J. Sorenson, head of an County was on exhibition, Orlando will sue its offspring, PineHas, for I Mach 11
and Orange County are to be which is due this county ,
1: eastern dressmaking department. She our association with our fellow- some $78,000
congratulated on the splendid showing to take on'' on a division of funds and indebtedness .
says: "A gown that a woman cannot men, we are more apt i l'
made.-Florida Grower. their inner traits than their outer' when. Pinellas was allowed to
,, get into without assistance is a .
"t crime." tendencies. I' split off from Hilsborough same two At Winter Park

t b y{ o The permit has just been taken out 0 years ago. Pinellas has refused to !

{z The Florida School Exponent,has in in St Petersburg by J. M. Sholl to There are some mighty fine people I acknowledge full indebtedness and has i .

4; a it an excellent picture of Dr. .J. L. erect a magnificent brick-and concrete in this world that you have never; offered Hfllsbcrrough $50,000. The f GAME AT 3 P. II.

Kelley, the President of the associa- hotel costing about $40,000, Mr. met. : i io board of county commissioners yester- .

toon, as well as a sketch of his life Sholl is a wealthy coal mine operator I day afternoon. talked the matter over, I I Admisson 50c. Grand Stand Free

and extracts from the Doctors speech from Peoria,'Ill., who is spending the The Tampa Electric Company will:then instructed County Attorney D. ;
delivered in introducing his resolution winter in St Petersburg. The building spend $400,000 in improvements with.'!!i A. DeVane to begin suit in. circuit I Second Series for the Inter-Collegiate Championship -

providing for a constitutional amendment will be three stories high and the in the next year. It is said that the : court to recover the full amount

:2f4 on allowing women to vote and roof will be inclosed with glass so plant will be one of the greatest in'''claimed by Hillsborough, with costs I of the State.

r4 hold office in all matters that effect,that it may be used for .a ball room the South when these new improvements -!f\!of the case.-Tampa Note, in Times-

s the school, I in either clear or rainy weather. have been completed. Union. I

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r ''tIflISIELLU YOURS We still have some extraordi- Ribbons, used so much for La. A

nary values in SHOES for those dies' neckwear, can be had here

that want, values and are not so at about one-third less than you

particular ,about being right up are in the habit of paying. If

( to the minute in style. you don't believe it, ask to see

Shoes worth $-1.00, $4.50 and them. You will not be urged to

$5.00 all goat $1.98 in this lot. buy. You won't have to be

Ask to- see, them, you may finddust urged, the prices will induce you.

1 MEN WOMEN! CHILDREN what you want, and save We want to call your attentionto
; half the price. We also have a some' extra values in Ladies
complete line of strictly UP-TO-
Muslin Underwear, and for the
EASY TASK FOR US, WHEN YOU COME TO SEE THEM. THE-MINUTE Shoes, and we next week we feel sure that we

IIIII THEY WILL PLEASE YOUR EYE. BUYING YOUR SHOES know the prices are right, or we can make it worth while for all
II i N would not be selling so many of to buy a supply for some time to
your neighbor about come. Also in Ladies colored

t AS WELL AS STYLE. OUR SHOES AND HOSE WILL shoes. They are positively the price seem as though we were
l1 \ best that money can buy at the giving them to have
you, as we
p price. too many, and must get rid of
o MONEY. All the New shades of Velvet them.

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f. N. B BQAML? D 1O1I l 6 Orin g gWADE e Ave. Orlando! "

hannibar ts for bicycles and Mr. L. R. Mulholland is spending" =

\sundries.t today in Jacksonville on business. \ \

THE TUNER Mr. John H.bos, one of Orlando's Mr. Lawrence Gentile went over to \
ORLANDO.FLA. regular winter itors, arrived at the Daytona yesterday on business.

Money to loan on improved property.S. ,San City.Mr.and Juan- yestlay Mrs. tjc.from Duncan New, of York Ta. I Money to loan-on improved S. I I i Wiouai J,. Tuesday i J au ni \Weuesay II t '

Y. Way. Mr. R. S. Cohoon, the safe and irrigation I
,vares, spent Suny in Orlando. Mr. 0'\\ *
Duncan is clerk ie Court of Lake man, spent yesterday in Orange
Mr. C. T. Kimmerer, of Davenport, county.Mr. City looking after business mat-
Iowa, is in Orlando enjoying the salu- ters.

bious climate while looking for a loca and Mrs. C.\Pack, who have
tion. spent the winter i land left yes-' Mrs] Helen Smith, of Detroit, who Yowell'sThese
has been visiting Mrs. Goldberg, on
terday for their ho {in New Haven,
Mr. H. A. Inmann, of Richmond Connecticutt [Lake Ivanhoe, left yesterday for her
Ind., is a late arrival at the San home.

Juan. Money to loan on ir pved property
"Doc" Allen A. Smith, returned yesterday
Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Ashley, of Richmond '& Y. Way. from a visit to Plant City. ,
Ind., are enjoying life in Orlando 1 John\ "Doc" says Orlando still looks goodto
Mr. and Mrs. McGee who
while guests of the San Juan. have been spending t 'rater in Orlando him.
guests theya Cottage,
Mr-.. Homer----- A.- Nicholson, one of the I left yesterday for the Rn, stopping Miss Jessie Palmer, who has been ,
substantial citizens of the Geneva sec enroute at Green Cove 'ngs. the guest of Mrs. W. L. Palmer for
tion.spent Monday in Orlando attending the 'past five weeks, left yesterdayfor
to business. her home in Opelika, Ala.
Before you go home \the sum These full size double bed
Mrs.J. P.Jones,who has been visiting mer, drop in to this offii the Arcade Mr. Jos. H. Jones, -of the law firm are spreads,
J. L Feinberg for the past sever. i building and let us\w you a of Jones & Jones, left yesterday for
al days left yesterday for tier home copy of the oldest week aper in Tallahassee, where he goes to argue the kind that will need no ironing. A
in Birmingham, Ala. Orange county. It'only ts $1.00 I I
case before the Supreme Court.It
Mr. E.N. Slagle-,of the International for a whole year. V\ I la I great value at regular price, Cl 7Q
is rumored there will be a fine
Correspondence Schools, of Scranton headquarters Mr. "Ollie"Bradshaw isV from hotel on Lake Copeland by _another $2.25 and$2.50. For these 3 days" v ,
is making Orlando visit
Pa., who Covington, Ga., on a olonel season. There is a demand for a
made a trip to Sanford Mon- and Mrs. J. N. Bradshaw\nue\ | hotel on the lakes and the demand will
-day. was a resident of Orlando f veral be met
years and his numerous fri \were i
Inspect Shannibarger's big stock of pleased to see him. The days are now approaching when

Bicycle tires. \ F. E. Price, president oft on- our leave tourists for the friends North.will Let take us'make their Ply 'sad n[ Falicy n J Flaxolls.I x n ,

Miss Martha Glover, of Birmingham mouth Construction Company, ed I'them feel so at home in Orlando that
? Ala., who has been the attract Bank, N. J., who has been soj 'they will come again.
ive guest of Mr. and Mrs. G. E. Nolan in Orlando for several week g 1
ior several weep, returned yesterday I left last evening for his home e I Mrs. N. M. V. Prange, of Jacksonville
afternoon. North. While here,however,h4. ,who has a son in Rollins College, These are exceptional values, and can be
ed on a large contract which, has written a very complementary\)
The smiling face of Ben Snedinger, deal goes through, will brin I I t letter of that splendid institution, had these three days only. Regulie| |
of Stetson University, of DeLand, was Price back to our city within a cl I which was published in the Times-Un- .
seen around the station Monday after of weeks. 'ion. lar price, 20c, Sale price -
from points
noon as he was returning .
south on the A. C. L. railroad. Mrs. Enos Smith, and her daugl Mr. John B. Ross, of Charlotteville,
'- Mrs. E. M. Childs, of _Canistco, C., the birthplace. _. of American.
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Arnold returned York, who have been visiting Mr. liberty, was. in the city over Sunday
to their hame at Lexington, 111., Mrs. F. N. Boardman in their Misiting his friend, Dr. J. W. Stagg,I and
Tuesday Wednesday
yesterday afternoon, after spendingthe home on Summerlin Place left tHjio was his pastor for five years in Monday,
past couple of months with their morning for the north. They arlotteville.
uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. A. P. i I make the trip by easy stages, ta..kin ,
Walton, of the daylight trip up the St. Johns, an '1,rs. M. E. Crenshaw, of Wilson, THE BIG WHITE STOREON
thence to Atlanta, Ga., and Birmingham J.:, mother of Mrs. E. H. McNeil,
The man who said "Never smoke a Ala., where they have relatives,!purchased the beautiful home of
then to Jackson, Tenn. and then home,] Irvine East Church street
five cent cigar," had never smoked a J. R. on
"Hawley Straight" It is an acknowledged reaching there about April 1st or later oved thereto. Mr. Irvine who ORANGE AVE."
fact that an Orlando five They expressed themselves as being ime ago purchased the Ezra
cent cigar is equal to the average ten delighted with Orlando and its delightful place, a few doors west of his j.
people and promising to come home, has remodeled and
cent cigar. Now put that in your pipe:
again and bring others. ; beautified it and with Mrs. Ir- ,
and smoke it. J -
,ivVe at home to their many
fI A man ahead of his time is not usually
4 1 ahead of the facts. }

\ d ;W.-H. Conboy and \

: so ter, will leave Orlando today As the spring season crowds uponus McCULLOCH'SDEPARTMENT i
I I n let each plan and execute for the
138 train. Mr. Conboy going
UA vt ..NODtA\ ;dire Buffalo, N. Y., while Mrs. betterment of Orlando. i
YoUWhat Con\d Walter will spend a few \ STOREOPPOSITE
days reen Cove Springs. These Miss" Briebner, of Rollins College,
$25.00 in Clothes money ;est eople made many friends spent Sunday afternoon in the city
the i th lee all of whom regret to see |, as the guest of Miss Mary Harden POST OFFICE
can do for you until you see Vnd hope they will return

MODELS next .\ Mr. Conboy was the Whenever you want painting or "THE HOUSE THAT MAKES THE PACE"
NEW SPRING mana \he Arcade Restaurant. papering done in a first class manner
a :I it will pay you to call on ,W. T.
Hart, Schalfacr & Marx i Mi5s. Leake, who has been, Entrican 28 East Pine street '

You can get some very excellent things don't at for sunenn-abo Har an underwent ailment of an the operation eye-\ The scientist who said that the I T The \Inesislible i D Magnet .

less than; $25- -and at more; we yel morning at the Mc germ of paralysis finds its way to
want to limit you ,Ewan h the is holding
and had the eye removed the brain through nose
The kind of clothes you want I .ard3 performing the j out the first bit of hope for the man THAT A'ITRACT.5. BUSY BUYING & Y
operation the with the chronic cold.J. CROWDSAT
like successfully i
The kind of service, you'll patient L .
fP with comparativewill
ease at th 0 It be remembered L. Morse, of Lake County, was TILE BIG BUILDING IS THE COMBINATION OF
tha Leake received the in Orlando yesterday and was a pleas SUPERIOR QUALITIES IN SEASONABLE AND DE-
StRBGs; & DICKSONTHE ( injury to while clerking in ant caller at the Sentinel office. Mr. PENDABLE MERCHANDISE AT ORLANDO'S LOWEST "
and & Bunch about;Horse is traveling salesman for the
:'a rear ago, e particle from the Curry "& Smith Cigar Company of PRICES ALWAYS. .
MEN'S OUTFITTERS ceiling drop ;to her eye while ;,this city, who are putting out a quar- j-,4:. -
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.. the room wa ing repairs. .ter of a million 6f cigars a month. I____ - ----

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E Since the middle of last week the When my paw married maw, he sari CLASSIFIED 14 "fit1 4*MINH+ i1ti
To him it never once occurred Business Boosters (classified adver- .
4 business streets and many private res- That he would soon get tired of her tisements) received after 10 o'clock ,
i4ences have been profusely decorated Ap' want a second or a third. midnight, will be run in the "Too Lateto
; with 'flags ,and bunting,-and as there He never had no notion that Classify" column.
He'd live to see the day Boosters of five lines, or less approximately -
has been all the decorations ever
no Some sweeter, finer girl than maw 30 mords one time, 25
1 'are resplendent in their freshness and Would come a-dancin"cross his war. cents; three times 50,cents; one week BUILCIThe : :

beauty The crowds began to arrive (six daily and one weekly editions) ,
An' when the made 'em one
f parson $1.00; one month, $3.00.
Friday, and all day Saturday, Sunday An' gave maw to him as his wife I_

and Monday kept, pouring into the He says the joyous thought he' had FOR SALE-Good Horse, Carriageand I'
Was that the knot was tied for life.
city. Thousands and thousands of Harness. For work on driv-
*'. State troops and members of civic organizations My paw says he an' maw have lived ing. Apply to Wm. Halloway, Win- Car That/Sells/ '
Together now for twenty years, ter Park, Fla. 12t
as well as countless numbers An' in that time they've shared a lot ..-- a ,
of private citizens, taxed the fa- 0' sunny smiles an' scaldln tears. BUY a lot in Thornton Park, a nice By the Car .I Load .;

cilities even of the immense new But never once baa It occurred suburb in east part of the city. Carl *

Union Station. It is estimated that T him that they should separate' Jensen.
An* bust home that way that folks
fully 350,000 strangers were in the So easy do at this late date.He' FOR SALE-40 acres of fine land in What Buick Has Done For
Volusia County, near station and .
city.Never never thought o' gittin' tired fine lake 500. Terms. J. B. .
; f McKay,
before has Washington ever
Or lawin for a Quick divorce.

seen such a parade as that of March3d ,He But says they're they've old Jes'fashioned kep' lovin'folks on., of city.FOUND-That the Sentinel reaches :. Others, a Buick TO!l'Dofor YouRecords

when with tri-color of equal suf-i course. the people and is read. -

frage waving under smiling skies, Detroit: Free Press. ,
FOR SALE-5% acres with five-room :
i a valient army of American women, in What Was Wrong. house on railroad,only few hundred for the past ar the best promises for the future.
brilliant pageant of color and tableaux -
a sentimental lady from feet from stopping place. Plenty of : .
ingeniously presented their town A was on the young steamship quay, shade and small shrubbery. Ten to I At the beginning of trc 1913 season, there were 110,000

''plea for suffrage. It was a day of tre- where she saw: a young girl sitting on and twelve other bearing small orange fruits. trees Good, ,pears hunt- : t Buicks on the road, and evfry one of the 110,000 Buicks has a'

mendous significance to them and a trunk In an attitude of utter dejec- ing and fishing, and especially suited Ito record. /
they achieved their purpose in put- tion and despair. those who come to Florida for the I

,ting their cause so closely before the "Poor thing!" thought the romantic winter and like the country life with : : It is nothing unusua 0 see a Buick which bas run from
young lady. "She is probably alone easy access to town. J. P. Perkins, ,-
governmentThe and a stranger. Her pale cheeks and Orlando, Fla. General Delivery. : 25,000 up to 100,000 mile nd even more. And you never hearof
day was marred by the ineffici- /
of broken heart a worn-out Buick.
great, sad eyes tell a
ency and neglect of the police and the and sympathy." OAK HILL'is the beautiful subdivision : /
chief of police is denounced in no a traveler to win to the Northeast the city and : ,
She went over to the
I still have some, choice lots there. ode? 17 Buick
mild terms. The crowd literally mob her confidence. Carl Jensen. I' "I started out in m in six inches of snow

4 bed the marchers, and the police in "Crossed in lover she asked sym- "on' the"morning' of Fepary 3rd to post some sale bills.. I

many instances stood idly by while pathetically."No ROUEN DUCK EGGS for sale. Apply covered 91.4 miles 'ov roads nobody else had traveled since
," replied the girl, with a sigh; Box 705, City.
= rowdies mauled and insulted '
t women.Congressman "crossed in the Frolic and an awfully the snow, and was in gh every minute, up hill included. P

Hobson in the House rough passage too. Weekly Telegraph WANTED-Cook, man or woman in left my motor runniniU the time I was posting, and used 9#
bitterly denounced the Washington
po- private family. Apply Sentinel of- he
lice, and in the Senate a resolution fice, City.. 3t gallons of gasoline fo trip.

introduced by Mr. Knute Nelson call- .
Just Hustle.
"I have watches veral other makes of
ing for immediate investigation of It may be that a worm may think, FOR, SALE or For Rent-House, five cars the past
the matter, was adopted. Dr. Anna As also may a mole. rooms and bath, 607 East Central two years, and eve time I have seen a Buick, it has always
If so, it Is small use to them;
John Ammann. P. B- 393-
Shaw, a well known worker for wo- They're always in a hole. avenue. 7tpd. been doing the worjf When a Buick has gone 30,400 miles and

: man's suffrage, declared that she was 'TIs said that every fish that swims still seems as good new, it is quite enough to convince me

never so ashamed 'of the National Has something of a brain. FOR SALE-THREE GOOD DRY LOTS that Buicks are W the way they ought to be built."
But under water all their lives IN GOOD WHITE NEIGHBORHOOD OF
Capital; but that the conduct of the
The fishes must remain. J. H. GARBER
'' ORLANDO WELL BUILT UP. ONLY $150 Portland, Kansas.
women in_ the parade proved beyond .
We cannot blame worms mole or fish.
a doubt that they have self-control, For they are built that way. AND FIVE DOLLARS PER MONTH OR The Fmous BuicK
dignity and the power to remain calm ,They must exist Just as they are LIBERAL DISCOUNT FOR CASH. ONLY : Overhead
under insult Where nature bids them stay. HAVE FEW: DAYS. V. M. MORGAN AT
WILLOLA HOUSE. U Valve Motor is Jranteed to have
[E On the other hand, the orderlinessof .There are some men on this good earth- more power and more speed

the Inaugural Parade on Tuesdaywas Who'Most whine ev'rywhere because they're they say found they're kept FOR SALE-FIFTEEN THOUSAND DOL- than any othewT* of )Dot or on the market. It will pull

model From early in the morn- With noses to the ground. LARS OF EIGHT PER CENT PAPER SE- stronger on locate gasoline than any other type of motor

ing the police kept the entire line oft themNo CURED BY I FIRST LIEN ON ORLANDO ever built'and fuel consumption is less.
But there is no excuse for REAL ESTATE. IN SUMS OF ONE HUN- "', f
march open, allowing no one to go not a little bit DRED DOLLARS AND OVER. IF YOU /
upon it or cross it without'a permit If Will In a get bole them'tis out hustle of it that HAVE SOME IDLE MONEY SEE ME AT ROADSTERS, D TOURING CARS, $950 TO $1650, F. 0. B.

i&f or for most urgent reason. ,Promptlyat -New York Press. WILLOLA HOTEL EVENINGS FOR FEW 'NDO. Catalogue on Request.
ten o'clock President Taft and Mr. "
Wilson left the White House and rode I Dirt Threat. NOTICE '- Experienced managers

together to the Capitol. A few minutes Mrs Wodgabum was pretty angry. (man and wife) want the management
She wasn't a jealous person but,there of a European hotel, on salary, .
i: aften twelve Thomas
: R. Marshall
were limits to her endurance. or would-rent good place. Address, Cook Aitomobile Co.
x was sworn in as Vice-President, and .The other morning she delivered her Hotel, P.O. Box 672. Orlando, Fla. 3t

the new Senate was organized by.the self as follows to Wodgabum: .

induction into office of thirty-two This is the fourth time I've caught WANTED-By experienced man. Position Orlando

members, seventeen of whom are be- yon in the kitchen talking to the cook. as floral and landscape gardener -, Flpridk
the taking care of gentleman'splaces
The next time""Well -
ginning first term. An hour
during summer, or permanent,
what will do the next
later the 28th President, Woodrow you not for a home, would live on place

Wilson, assumed the duties of his high time 1" if so desired, or as janitor, of public
"I'll fire tbe cook and do the cooking buildings. Strictly temperate. Ad. ........
.office. ,The oath administered
was to myself!" I dress Philip Bunn, Orlando, Fla. 7t ----------------
4 him on the east portico of the Capitol, This,' it is said, entirely cured Mr. SIGN PAINTING ouu

by the venerable chief justice of the Wodgabum of his fussy habits, and MAN AND WIFE, German, want po Jack Preston will paint your

United States, in the presence of a they lived happily ever after.Cleveland sition. Man capable to drive auto- short notice. Good work. LIGHT THE
sign on
Plain Dealer. mobile and very handy with tools .
.vas multitude. Immediately after around the house. Wife first class No. 10 Washington, street 14.6tOscarHand
';. his inaugural address, accompanied -- cook, experience, best of references. frATH TO
by Mr. Taft, he lead the largest and How's"Business? Couple, Care Sentinel. 3t. PROSPERITY |
"Business is poor, said the beggar.
most ,magnificent parade ever seen Said the undertaker.. "It's dead." FOR SALE-New seven-room house -
here and after luncheon the 'Tailing off said the riding school teacher -
at White
with all modern'conveniences.. E. Merchants
who Electric
: use
i. House, reviewed the parade from a The druggist 0h, vial!" he said. H. Gore, 409 Anderson St 7t Signs never lose

I special stand in front of his new home. "It's all write with me," said the author; WANTED COOK-Man or woman,,ina their way by choosing the wrong road to success I'

Mr. Taft after luncheon started for "Picking up," said the man on the dump. private family. Apply to Sentinel &Son You simply cannot fail to attract
Augusta, Ga., where he will visit fora "My business is sound." quoth the bands- office, City. 3t new

time before beginning his duties at Said man.the athlete 'Tin kept on the jump." LOST-Between E. South street and Successors to E. Hand customers if you use an Electric Sign. It acts

Yale University. Episcopal Church, small pin with like an irresistible magnet, drawing all
The bottler declard. "It is corking;" hair under glass on one side, inscribed the I
Owing to its length it was long The parson. "It's good" answered he. Little Julia on other side. Returnto I FULL LINE OF COMPLETE trade within its reach: That is the
after dark when the last of the parade "I make both ends meat," said the butcher. i Sentinel and receive reward. HOUSE FUR3 ; reason
they command the attention
passed before the President A bril- The tailor replied "It suits me.Pittsburgh." TO LET-Four room house in-Concord NlSHINGS J; buyers. f ,
liant display of fire works on the Press. Park. Rent low. Apply to J. L. ,

': ellipse south of the White House dosI Can't Beat the Old Man. Frost--, West- Amelia Ave. '-4t I COME IN AND SEE For Every Store Owner

ed the day and the ceremonies of the Father ruefully gazed on his last

change of administration.The quarter. No matter how small his business the
general theme of Mr. Wilson's "Money has wings and house rents > Electric -
: 'inaugural address was "We shall restore make it fly" he said. JN sgi = ow ax: Sign is the cheapest and most effective

not destroy." He declared the "Yes" said his fifteen-year-old scout 53 | : SMiJjE3_ advertising. .

I day to be not one of triumph, but of son. "and some houses have wings, for J. "" C3 2 ,IM I c& WELCOME TO Phone for

dedication, and called all the i' I've seen many a house fly." c= t= c."C'g. =, ., =c: ..... rn. our Sign Designer to call and submit .
I "You're smarter than your old dad, OIlS.. ., ... lIS. c.. a sketch. .
:' forces of humanity for the upbuild- maybe, my son but I always thought ro Er.:1.5 or : 3W ROYAL PALM

ing of a sound society for safeguarding no part of a house except the chimney _ IID->. "' .IISZ.tJ I No Trouble to Us-.No Expense to You.

individual rights, that all may flue."-Chicago Record erald. iOCriSIll.-cu Wx BARBER S /
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enjoy life, liberty and happiness, with =: ; ? GJ == ,

" : equality and justice under the law. He Can't Kick. wawa0 wdMC .

OF INTEREST TO Mother wears a hobble tube skirt = .c.._ ...... -... ... E aj>. .. -.-..JQ Modern and Compl WAT[ t
MASON'S! Daughter wears a ; "' ";I"Qi Qi I' & U T Cft'COOK
< ... i
Everything new,
Worshipful Master C. P. Dow Plans Father wears last year's suit = ";CS"I Q'' :: "r.' =c: ry
And looks quite dike a rube. 7+ n 'IIS IISS c electric attachments
Bostonian Entertainment Mother's hat's from Panama; Z..aS", "= .: eft
Orlando, Fla., Mar. 7, 1913. Father Daughter's wears from a wornout Paree lid; rij .< 'C. lIS ., '=: lID: &=' -.C.: .... unturned chair. No to stone make has hop' WITH GAS

Dear Brother: He's worn for seasons three. ( ZIrl"-.s = 1ISn the |
Next March Mother's purse is golden meshed; < = i f meet th erequireme Maoaooaaooo
Tuesday, 11, you are :: .. -. .GJ, of eoooeeocoooftOQoqool
Face dope sister's fills; = most particular.
requested to attend an Old Fashioned Father no purse at all, >..- t .. >: g ta.
0 at
New England Baked Bean Supper and For father foots the bills.Milwaukee : 1IS.s="O c. .=. >' vE room.
Free Press. :J IIS :=
., =
Smoker at the Banquet HalL from ELIJAH WHIT
r.c E-t oS ..
six to seven o'clock. O oo... ... 0 .. CIII III Propriet

Come from work Smart Boy. < >' >.. =., .. ... -= t. "= . 0, F1a.I The Little
; right
just as you "You are an honest boy, said the fI.Q; lIS -'" mit: "= III C Orange Tea Room
are, there will be facilities for
ing up" when you get there, if you dollar bills, "but the money I lost was "' t "atI: :: 105 E. Pine Street, Orlando Fla.
desire. a five dollar bill Didn't you see that o a : 4' " xb SIIDc ,
0o = .. ... t
> 04 c: c:
This is ,to be'strictly informal, no in the advertisement? C.! = S -
:: .
set speeches, no scheme to get up five essim dollar, bill replied that the I found boy., but"It I wasa had O rnlllllSc dsbi: : .c-:: _.t.c. Qi III .:., "AN EXCLUSIVE SHOP FOR LADIES"

money, just an opportunity to get together It that could = I1I. s=, ,.s h
changed so
you pay me a ART BAZAAR AND WOMEN'S "
and become better acquainted reward."-Cincinnati Enquirer. I THE (OWANDT j HAND WORK. EMBROIDERIES EXCHANGE FINE

lando.with the other brother Masons in Or- Hatpins. GOODS ORDERS TAKEN FOR, STAMPED HOMEMADE -

You have the authority to invite There was a man in our town COMMERCIAL PRINTINGWe CAKES, CANDIES, JELLIES
And he was wondrous wise. ALSO CUT
have the best equipped print- FLOWERS
any visiting brethern you desire. And he got caught in a bargain rush
The And scratched out both bis eyes. ing plant in the city, for doing Com- DAINT
r t regular meeting will be called'promptly y YREFRESHMENTS SERVED TO
mercial Work. Your order, large or ORDER
at 7:30 for the transactionof And when he found his eyes were out
With all his might and main small, is handled here by trained ex- Agency for
routine business. There will be no
He Jumped Into a motor bus whose of the
perts, knowledge print-
; work. And scratched
then again. SPIRELLA
er's art is 'unquestioned. Accurate, CORSETS
, Telephone or inform either the W. -chIcago Daily Newt. ,
reliable service, prompt and courteous MRS. VAN BUSKIRK
M, Chas.P., Dow, or the undersigned OutActorThings of Gear. Corsetie'eya
treatment to all, that's why this
;'. if yon expect to be present. First didn't seem to establishment has grown by leaps and ,_ s
There,is no reason why yon cannot work together in. your series of dra bounds. _

.}. -... ", "7' )e home by'9.o'clock: ,_ matte Second representations.Actor-Tbey didn't When we We want your Printing.

.''" ..._'..... ..'. 'te.W., THE SENTINEL UDEAI
the box office
t played tragedy receipts.Wire'
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-.. farce. and when. we played Phone 24. Court Street .mR THE IEWS

a 1nIed1, .-TaUer... , :.Arcade Building
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{t tl, mond'The by 1OtiNDisAt&tRuS .

from a t I
,. some of

at ping: en f Capital art Series aad'Undivided Profits, $120,060.00.; (

tona, Total Resources over Three-..arlers of a Million. j

:At \ Report of the
Condition of Orlando J
before concert ;', Bank and Trost Co, Condensed J
guests, From Report to Comptroller
ing er 4,1913RESOURCES t
left for RESOLVED
arrived YouA r GOING TO K ., Loans and Discounts .....393161.05 ,
o'clock SEE WHAT is IN THIS '"' Overdarfts ............:. 193.53 t
more bers of or SPACEEVERYWEEK -'s. Stocks and Bonds ....... 26,018.33 t
; Real Estate, Furniture and
,. ', Fixtures ... .......... 25,853.44 l'
. way Stetson FOR TWO REASONS : !! Cash on hand and in Banks 215081.83 .
baseball 1st YOU'LL LOOK foR IT
earlier 2"? YOU'LL SEE IT ?! $660,311.18
to 2 and WHETHER. YOU LOOK I h 4 Capital Stock LIABILITIES...........$100,000.00 I
The FOR IT OR NOT. { '} ;* Surplus and Undivided
on, ; ? Profits ... ........... 22,832.33 I
interest.who to town to work for our store Deposits ... ............ 537,418.85 :,
ida at He will come into your .. f
Jewelry and our ,Business 4 $660,311.18 -f
got a big handsome stock We invite the attention of our customers I
Rhoades and our prices will and friends to our statement I
Daniels We have but one method- above and wish to assure them that
"Women i we appreciate their
patronage and
tion of : .,, f FBI ask for a continuance of same. i.

portant Iliad & CO. a. _, +._w r insured.Don't forget that our deposits are \

A cordial invitation is extended to I t
the FLORIDA. visitors in our city to call and open t
plete I United Stilts Government,State and County Depository. 'an account with us.
the L I

slides 0-0 ... '\
Bribed .
part The in .

were of Men and DRUGSEE

had by Hats iin all the
The Nice line of SLAUTER'S NEW '
Work *$5.{? My spring SOIL PIPE CONNECTION Manufacturer of Artificial QUICK DELIVERY.

,nesday large is now complete \ Stone, Fancy, Columns and Watkins Building.
Ornamental Work
The Absolutely Sanitary and used Phone 678.tliliMHIHIIIIilllftl.
of 'very by all good plumbersIIIMIMIMMIIMIIIMIi ; Livingston and Railroad
to the .. .

tion Robertson
struc t4'p

ing Y .
e Palmer & Co. > - <: -'-'. >'" '. .

.still OF CLEANLINESS ". >. .,....,. ;. .. THE MARKET t <
: ;':'- '
won.a County of ; t THE MARK T OF QUALITY },

in This et fe I \ CASH STORE T .

t that work the above of and Hughey Sts. LEND US YOUR EAR I

the ,
filling. Prompt Attention, and will be
pected shape Part"of the City. THE PERFECT MARKETVISIT

time other' : ORLANDO, FLA.


part plan ': .

as ( ( A 1. ( fOR SAl( : I Best Meats, Poultry and Game

ange ; ..I Satisfactory, Accurate Service

'22nd, Growth is :
10:30 I ,

are there. Near by : : : -'

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the and on a I I I I I [ IN ORLANDO Parlor IrketH. T"

old '

she SELF & CO. < ,

Lake ..
be bought very : ,No. 18 20 East Pine Street. PHONE NO. 80 "
.Inquire at the f

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Edmund Vance Cooke did not get in
C. Massey, President. .
touch with ,the sympathies of his .
T. Picton,_Warlow, Vice-President
auditors yesterday afternoon. he
S. Waters Howe, Cashier Howard C. Babcock, Astft Cashfec as
did on the evening of his first .
1 ; S Samuel A. Newell, Ass't Cashier appear- -. .. ., - ..., .,
ance. ,
t '
t It was evident that men were not 1 J : : ".
appreciative of the sentiment of .
j. -j THE : poems and real reading of them for, . :.
: not to exceed a dozen of them for: ,
: present.
I Mr. Cook's readings, however, were
i4 STATE BANK : true to life, and the experiences were .

: truly of the nineteenth century and .
I now; and none were more real and WIDOWSTIE
: laughable than the automobile expe-
: riences so vividly and so cleverly por-
Orlando : trayed.

'- But that which evoked greatest interest -
I. was the readings under the cap- "
tion, "Children Exposed," and especially all those who have been deprived .
t ESTABLISH 1893 the child recital of the "Sinsof of their natural protectors and desire :
the Man." I
Carpenter f information assistance .
or advice, ,
the oldest Bank in Orlando, has had nearly 9:30 Bible Today's Hour Program.: Dr. Summey. will receive here the same careful, :
THIs ,
twenty years of experience of banking in this 10:30 Health Lecture: Dr. Carolyn and respectful consid- :
GeiseL eration we would desire for our own :
section of Florida. It offers its services to all wish- 2:30 Musical Prelude: Common- _; loved ones under similar conditions. ,
business with bank wealth Male Quartette. :\ Whatever your requirements
ing to transact a carefully con- may "
3:00 .Lecture: "Ways of Doing S
be it is
always a pleasure to
ducted on conservative banking principles. Good," by Bishop Vincent, serve
founder of the Chautauqua. you.THE .
4:30 C. L S. C. Round Table and
cT We draw drafts cyi all parts of the world and buy Literary Hour, Meddie 0 Ham ,
ilton. '
and sell domestic exchange. 8:00 Grand Concert: Fellows"Grand

Opera Company.This [ PEOPLES[ NATmNAl BANIe .

is a day of big program. Both .
Our correspondents, with many others, include ,
afternoon and evening. a special enclosure, desk chairs, tellers '
the National Park Bank New York; First National window and entrance to cashier's office

!. Bank Philadelphia; Third National Bank, Atlanta; THE NEW SEMINOLE. maintained for ladies. ,

c Merchants,- Mechanics National Bank Baltimore; Winter Park is getting added fame "Tie Progressive Baik" Your account solicited
each day because of that splendid hotel
J. Continental & Commercial National Bank
the New .Seminole. A hotel so
National Bank of Commerce, St.. Louis.itMMillMlliMltHMIttfltllMMIIIHHIIIHMtM. new that the finishing touches are but
barely dry, filled up with guests .is .
an unusual experience. Yet this is '
Se true of this popular hostelry. More ,,. ". "'. it ., r. . .:\; "
than one hundred people took dinner r "
,SOIREE MUSICALE TONIGHT AT ALTAMONTE SPRINGS. there Sunday evening and the register ".' :'' .
.,, .
NORTH HIGHLANDS showed a number of prominent Or. ,I

Altamonte Springs, March 9.-The lando people among that number. ... .
This evening at seven-thirty, there I tourist season is now at its height. The whole prospect is so beautifuland . -
', will be given a song recital at 401 While many are leaving the State so comfortable that guests are
East Concord avenue. This weekly about an equal number are coming prolonging their stay beyond their .
recital is the neighborhoodand in to get the Northern latitudes. This first plans and reservations are already -
to musical friends of Mrs. Robin- has been an exceptional winter in being made for next year.
son Murphy. The program tonight South Florida. There has been no Winter Park, the place of beautiful
will be largely drawn from the im- frost to injure the most tender plantsor homes may be proud of this magnificent DR. STAGG DELIVERS GREAT
.Si .mortal melodies of Johannes Brahms. flowers, and the markets have been hotel LECTURE SUNDAY EVEN-

In the last portion of the evening fully supplied with fresh vegetables INGADDRESS OF A Large Assortment of .
there will be heard ancient German the entire season.

Folk ,songs. Mrs. Murphy has been The fruit, crop has been nearly all ARY INTEREST. .
making a specialty for several yearsof marketed and the trees are showinga A jolly party composed of four Dr. Stagg was greeted by a great
singing the,old !folks songs of many heavy bloom for next season's crop members of the Riding Club, rode to audience at the Presbyterian church
countries. She sings in Russian, of fruit. Fertilizing and pruning is Conway on Saturday afternoon. The Sunday both morning and evenipg. New S Spring id Summer Woolens .
Swedish, Hebrew, Danish and Hungarian the order of the day with fruit grow- weather was ideal and the long ride The Sunday evening sermon on "Cal
u well as in French, German and ers, while the farmers are busy plant- through the pine woods, a deligheful vinism," was a revelation to most

Italian and, always gives many of ing spring crops. The watermelon recreation. people and was one of the ablest discourses -
the good old fashioned English. Some crop lids fair to be large and earlyas Mr. and Mrs. Kraft, visitor at the ever delivered from an Or- embracing the most favored'weaves .
of the will the vines Altamonte Springs hotel, motored to lando Dr.
songs tonight date backto are running in many pulpit. Stagg said in part:
the twelfth century. These weekly fields.: Many new settlers have come Orlando yesterday and were the "In the years 1509 and 1564, two of
.. ,concerts of Brahms will be touched to town and_ several new houses will guests of Mr. and Mrs. 'C. B. Robin- the greatest male children of all time has just arrived from our
'upon in the programme. <, be built during the summer months. son & ., were born. The one in France, the
; The traction railroad to be built, 'other in England, John Calvin and Chicago Tailors
,DELIGHTFUL DINNER PARTY! running south from Sanford through, SHAKESPEAR'S TWELFTH NIGHT William Shakespeare. Totally un- ,

1 AT THE ALTAMONTE Orange and Osceola counties, is' an alike in every particular, yet harmon-
;& -;'W' *_ assured fact and ground will soon be' The Rollins College Dramatic Club ious in furnishing in their respective ..

q Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Kraft, of Omaha, broken and it will be rushed to completion will present Shakespears Twelfth fields that brain force that makes for ED. V. PRICE & CO.
Neb., who are spending the season at This will give the Clyde Line Night" in the Gymnasium, Winter Parkon the uplift of the world. If one enters
the Altamonte Hotel, were host and steamers from the head waters of the Wednesday evening March 12th, ,. Geneva, where Calvin did his work,
hostess for an informal, but retti-I 1 St Johns river its most important The, club has been working hard he is not in evidence as one would If you'll make an early selectionof

.!1t arranged, dinner last Saturday 'i v- l''eederi and will settle Up the, beautiful }- Oft the production for the past two suppose, so great a man would be. Go
J : Dlt country through which it will run months and they "have gotten it up to Athens and find anything to remind
and let take
t- SeaUa around the perfectly sppoihted from Sanford to Kissimmee so rapidlythat to a degree bordering on the profes- you of Socrates? Is there one thingin style pattern, us
table were: Mr. and Mrs. the old settlers as well as new- sional. It should be one of the cleverest Greece to show that Aristotle wrote j

.1 {raft, Mr. and Mrs. A. L Teveau, comers will not know where they are. functions ever given. at Rollins. : or that Plato discoursed in the high- your correct measure for your
Mr. and Mrs. C. B. RobinsGfy Mrs. J.hi. It[ will bet marvelous revelation anda the first production given by est, style of all the pagan world. To
Thayer, Mr. and Nt! bsborne jay j forever. the Dramatic club and they are goingto make the lack of honor, for some
hand Misses Coleman. -- leave no stone unturned that will phophet, to stand out with strik- Easter suit. We will guaranteeyou

After the dinner tfcfc t nets remained -I GRAND THEATRE ail to make the play a big success. ing power. Where is there anythingin

for the weekly dance given lu the The .Senator's Dishonor .... Kalem The play is a comedy full of laughs, Palestine that shows that more complete satisfaction.
hotel and Were joined )by ti jolly party Drama. with a marked and distinct plot and than man lived and worked there?
:from Orlando, consrstJY of Mr. and (A we1\'played drama, full of feeling) one of'a type which is seldom seen in Why? Because characters like these
Mrs. Judd; Miss Anna Foulke, Miss Aftnit Rowley's Fortune ,., . Lubin this section of Florida. The playerswill belong to the world and are not limit
';t.Adelaide Davis, Mrs. Beecham and I Comedy. be elaborately costumed in Elizabethan ed to spots in the world. Socrates, Brown & Lartiguewere
Messrs. Cardenas, Montgomery aM i(Full of fun from start to finish. Will dress by Van Horn, the leading Aristotle Plato, Calvin, have influenced -
1 : Heyl, who after dining U the Ned delight any audience.) Shakespearean costumer in the coun- all mankind. They belongto
Seminole Hotel at Winter Park' 'The Regeneration & Nancy ..Lubin try.The no place and no time.
f motored over to Altamonte. Drama. plat for reserved seats is open It is my purpose to try and lift
drama. at Curtis & O'Nel'sCHRISTIAN from Calvin's an aspersion put
A name
( highlyU.sing )
enlightened by the Holy Spirit in TO SELLREAL ESTATE YOU
there because his works lay so longin
3 Reels.
.1 a way that we could not understandbut MUST ADVERTISE IN THE
' The guests at the New Lucerne hotel Watch for announcement of our ENDEAVOR co the Latin and French, that many nevertheless, could assert us a SENTINELWith

were given a rare treat last even- special features. VENTION. learned men depended incorrect. method of God's way of dealing with -
ing in the form of a recital by Miss Matinee every day at 3:30 p. m. translations of only parts of con- little children. all of ,his admitted ability-

- v Isabella Farwell, of Freeport, 111., who A noted baritone singer will singat The State Christian Endeavor troversies for their'opinions. Conse- He cited the controversies with and his more than sufficient resources
is also a guest at the Lucerne. Miss: the Grand tonight and the remain- Convention, which met in annual session quently hypothetical sentences were Pighius Castalio and Servetus following -John D. Rockerfeller could not go
Farwell is a graduate in voice from a der of the week. at Winter Park last week, was used to fasten odium to Calvin be- the theory of the little book into the real estate business in this
conservatory of music in Paris and one of the most enthusiastic and ear- cause the hypothesis was not consid-
city and make of it with.
the Dr. has written on Calvin, he a success
she possesses a soprano voice of rare LONG A MASON.Mr. nest in the history of that organiza- ered at allI out. advertising. .
showed in a clear and convincing man-
excellence.The A. W. Hempleman, of Rich- wish to cite four notable passages
tion.The I I ner that these passages were in ten- This would be true of Mr. Rocker-
guests are proud to have among mond, Ind., who has spent several attendance was good considering from his volumnious works, of 72 J.ded by the great reformer to show, feller-and it is true of Mr. John
their number one of suck a fine music. winters in Orlando, left yesterday for the other engagements that divided octavo volumes, in proof of this as- by the introducing; of little childrenas Smith, and of 4Ir. William Jones. It
.., al ability. Miss Farwell has as her Daytona, where he will make a short interest. sertion. The first is the Decretum illustration, the absurdity of salvation is true of )'ou.
accompanist Mrs. Olive Green, of FortS stay before returning to his home. Mr. The sessions 'were held in the Con- quidem horribile fateor clause which I through works and the futility In this city, real estate sales are
Wayne, Ind., who is also a pianist of Hempleman is in the seventies and gregational church and Knowles Hall. occurs in the Institutes. This pas i of undertaking to deny the doctrine made-usually, generally, almost in .
great ability. has been a Mason for more than fifty. The next meeting will be held at sage is part of an argument againstthe I of Original Sin. variably-as a result of advertising .
He has taken all the degrees of his Gainesville.That Pelagians, who argued that man i in the Sentinel, the best advertising
MARTIN ACCOMMODATING.Mr. I lodge and was Master of his home a good hotel is a great advertisement came into his ruin by imitation and The lecture was more than an hourin medium in South Florida and Orange
W. E. Martin, Orange County's lodge for twenty-seven years. Not- for a ,town no one will gain not by imputation. Calvin used the length, consequently it is not pos country. Those otherwise accountedfor
efficient! tax collector, is one of the withstanding his age, Mr. Hemple say. reductio ad absurdem argument by cit- sible in limited space to give any would not be sufficient to make
most accommodating men in the State man is still actice and retains his ing little children who could not imitate adequate idea of its fullness. It is the real estate business of any mo-
t- but it will be impossible for him to memory to a remarkable degree.He DR. F. C. BOARDMEAN LEAVES anybody to show that originalsin sufficient to say that Calvin was said ment whatever-wduld not make the
change the time of dosing the tax is a reader of, no mean ability FOR ATLANTADr. had ruined the race since it to be the only man, outside who of the city one of growth and expansion and
books, which will be the first day of and delighted the guests at the New Boardman leaves on the 1:35 was imputed to mankind. Calvin im- New Testiment writers ever continual rejuvenation.
April as the law compels him to do so. Lucerne on several occasions, at which train for Atlanta, where the Dental mediately relieved the doctrine of taught clearly the Universal salvation .
All who are delinquent at that time place he is stopping. ,His many Manufacturing Club meets and where original sin,' in its consequences to of all dying in infancy. THE RESULT.
will have to pay the penalty of havIng friends will welcome his return to Or-I he will take a post graduate coursein infants, by introducing the doctrine Zwingle and Servetue both taughtit

k their land sold, so if you have not lando next winter. i all the up-to-date things of the of regeneration; without the hearingof but' Zwingle claimed that- jnfantswere "How the silence broken?"
attended to this'Important matter, it I II I dental profession.Dr. the word or the exercise of faith, not :guilty of .original .sin and was remafL"
therefore behooves you to get. busy. "Do you think that taking ways are! Boardman has already one of and gave the case of John the :Baptist Servetus claimed that: they 'were in* "Somebody ,dropped. a
hereditary?" the,most up-to-date offices in the city who was regenerated. in.his moth scent. Calvin said '"I,dot deny
Curtis & O'Neal's for teal estate, "Certainly, if kleptomania is in the and is always looking out for new er's womb.- He argued from thie'that the Salvation, I only deay-,the method Inspect Seib&*fiefs big itodc of \ *

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