The daily sentinel
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 Material Information
Title: The daily sentinel
Uniform Title: Daily sentinel (Orlando, Fla.)
Alternate Title: Daily South Florida sentinel
Physical Description: 1 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: Josiah Ferris
Place of Publication: Orlando Fla
Creation Date: March 12, 1913
Frequency: daily (except monday)
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando
Coordinates: 28.533611 x -81.375833 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1913.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 1, no. 269 (Dec. 20, 1913).
General Note: J.F. Schumann, editor.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 4 (Feb. 14, 1913).
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Source Institution: University of Central Florida: Florida Digital Newspaper Library
Holding Location: University of Central Florida: Florida Digital Newspaper Library
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002075051
oclc - 34297092
notis - AKR3406
lccn - sn 96027192
System ID: UF00087112:00088
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Related Items: South Florida sentinel
Succeeded by: Morning sentinel

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Special to The SentinelWashington Special to the SentinelWashington TO REPORTS.
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March .-That there Special to The SentinelJacksonville March '11.-President entertainment given last
Mexico night
Special to the Sentinel City, March 11. At
must be peace in the Latin-American March Wilson will,recommend tariff legisla 'I I a :, by Orlando Lodge No.
Fla., 11.When Montreal, Canada, March 11. Dr. meeting today it was decided to I 69, F. & A. M
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,t republic and that this peace must be all the plans now forming are com tion only in his special message, convening I Friedman, the German tuberculosis'! hold the presidential election next I to members and visitors is pronounced

maintained without any steps toward plete, Jacksonville will be the head the House in special session. I doctor who came to New York last'I July, by which time the ministers believe by all who had the pleasure of being
personal aggrandizement is the key of the Southern Utilities The proclamation is expected withina present to have been of
quarters new week, left here today for Ottawa after the country will be at one the best
: note of,a statement issued by Presi Company, composed of prominent cap few days, "as ten days' notice is required having spent a highly successful day,, I The ministers were in session peace. all ever held by the local body, and favorable

: dent Wilson tonight, outlining his pili- italists from the Eastern and Western according to those who witnessed the day, discussing the situation in the comment upon every feature"was

cy .towards the Central and South business centers. This' new corpora Before becoming president, Mr. Wil clinic demonstration of his treatmentfor I State of Sonora and Sinaloa which the rule last evening.At .

;. American republics. tion will'have offices in the new Heard son announced that a special session the cure of tuberculosis. Thirty gets more alaming every hour, and i is the banquet or New England

"We can have no sympathy with I National Bank building and will control would be called not later than April patients, including men, women and now assuming the proportions of a supper, several hundred brethren and

those who seek to seize the power of the public utility plants in almosta first children received the treatment. civil war. It has been decided to send visitors gathered around the festal

'",' government to advance own personal I score of Florida cities. President Wilson has given no public The serum was given in the presence fully twenty thousand troops north :board and discussed with much pleasure -

Interests. It is probably a most significant The plans already acquired include: statement as to the date for convening of fifty physicians at Royla Ed and to recruit the army as the following menu:

: sentence of statement for Arcadia, electric light and power the House, but there are ru ward institute for tuberculosis. to rapidly as s.... Boston Baked Beans ;
t" possible BO as throw fifty thousandmen 4
therein. .the president shows clearly! and ice plants.Bradentown. mors here that his proclamation willfix '- 28 quarts *
men and the public were in Sonora and Sinaloa if neces .
., (that the present administration won't? (including Palmetto the.date at April 8 or 15. excluded. Celery Pickles Olives '

countenance another Huerta uprising and Manatee), electric light and power : Members of the Ways and Means I. sary. Boston Brown Bread a la Hot Rolls : '

or another incipient revolt, such as plants. Committee announced here today thatthey Fillet of Beuf Jardinere Sauce

i led to the murder of President Aravjo, Fernandina, ice plank would be ready with their tariff e. e e e e e t t Special TWO to DROWN The Sentinel THROUGH ICE. Roquefort Cheeze Banquet Flake

; of San Salvador, even if he has to use Fort Lauderdale, electric light and legislation on March twentieth.Mr. Ice Cream Assorted Cakes
force to them. Wilson BISHOP VINCENT Waterbury, Conn., March 11.-Crossing .
prevent power and ice plants. according to Representative Coffee Highland Lake Water
i "One of the chief objects of my administration Fort Myers, electric light and power Glass, of Virginia, who will be '. AND THAT BOY C Terryville ice this on Peaquabuck afternoon Pond at Stratford Ginger Ale A' -

: ," says President Wilson, and ice plants. chairman of the House Banking and August Cigars "*
Shultz, aged forty-five and his
;r; "will be to cultivate friendly friendship Lake City, ice plant Currency Committee, says the president i There are many great men C Fred, broke son, After, and during the suj> fer there
twenty-two, through and
and deserve the confidence of our Live Oak, electric light and power considers reform in moneste ryGrand, men in America'today, drowned before were several excellent historical and
reach them.
;i sister republics of Central and- South and ice plants. almost as necessary as the reform in i but there is just one Bishops Frederick Shuwam help fraternal speeches mad Araougt-'the'

J.4 America and to promote in every Miami, ice plants. tariff laws. Congressman Glass giveno Vincent. The writer, as a boy them broke who was with speakers were visitors from Pennsylvania -
through but he
proper and honorable way, interests Palatka, ice plants. hint of the president's ideas of the '' at the Island Park Chautauqua S nearer the edge and when, John Robbins was Illinois, Ohio, Iowa, Main, ,it
that are common to the people of the Pensacola, ice plants. new currency plan. It is contended of thirty years ago sat under y Michigan and Kentucky.

-1] continent"Cooperation Punta Gorda, ice plant. that each of these matters of legislation the inspiring voice of the Bish C poles and, he Dr.had Brackett sufficient got to him with The closing remarks were mafie ty
I is possible only when St Augustine, ice plant and steam I will emphasize great issues between op, and to clasp his warm hand C hold on. strength Senator L C. Massey, of Orlarido, in
; supported at every turn by orderly laundry. : parties and on the successfulpopular again today, and through his The his usual perfect manner. ,:
bodies of the
.1 processions of just government, based Sanford, electric light and power solution of each, will depend words sep his big warm heart : covered. The water where they were broke re Local members need not be told
the law not the political fortunes of the Democrats as he talked to that boy that the
A upon upon arbitrary or gas, ice plant and water works. our through is, nearly eighteen feet next meeting of this mast
force." in the House when boy was a thrill of C deep.
irregular Tarpon Springs, electric light and they come pleasure excellent order will be an inspiring
up for election in 1914. never to be forgotten. one. Good jewels
and ice will be
power plants. : FINGER PRINT AIDS OFFICIALS., presented
,, FIRES FIVE BULLETS AT OWN No greater man could come !to all the living past masters. .j
I. HEAD BUT COLUMBIA COLLEGE WON FROM to the people of Orlando than -
FAILS TO DIE MAY BE BOGGESS. I Special to the SentinelWashington
4 IN THIRTY-SIX HOURS. ROLLINS COLLEGE IN WELL Bishop Vincent, and no greater I March 11.-New officials FORMER CITY CLERK SOLD
message,could be delivered than '
Special to the Sentinel PLAYED GAME. of the Navy Department today BOOZE

(J, BpetW .to The Sentinel St Louis, March 1L-The body of a ,' 'that be brings. It becomes us discovered, to their surprise, that the Special to the Sentinel ..rxLT... .%.f\ ,
York ttarcn A close and hard then to do honor to this grand 'j I Atlanta, Ga.:, ?March
> q New 11.-Nearly Uur- woman, partly identified as that of fought baseball department had a bertillion system of 11-A former \
t| ty-six hours after Charles Berry fired Mrs. Ethel Keating Boggess, wife of game in Winter Park Monday afternoon old mans who, though old deals its own that included among other city clerk of Atlanta is today wearing

\i five bullets at his own head, his relatives Dr. John S. Boggess, of the United between Rollins college and Columbia in thought as fresh as day and things the finger print records of 130, stripes and wielding a pick and shovel #
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responding to telephone m es- States Marine Hospital Service, was college resulted in a victoryfor handles topics of the hour with 000 men who have enlisted in the ser shackeled along with the other coa- |

\ sages sent by him last night entered taken from the Mississippi river at St the latter by ,the small score of *' the keen crispness of a man of vice. As a result of these records, it ultra out at the city stockade. *

I his apartments to find him complaining Genevieve, Mo., yesterday.Mrs. 2 to 1.Wilder. half his years. The greatest is virtually impossible for a man to This is no Philip Weltner stunt of f

:.1 that he had become tired of waiting Boggess disappeared frtmKansas.City did the tossing stunt for the = tribute that can be paid him isis re-enlist who has deserted, or who has voluntary imprisonment for socialog,1

'' for death to come. Two of his Mo., last August De-' club representing Lake City and h your attendance at his lectures been dishonorably discharged. Since ical investigation either. It is the real 1,.

t five shots fired Sunday morning went tectives traced her to St. Louis;where I work in every inning was commend I and the richness of his message' .* the system was adopted, in 1907 more thing. John W. Phillips who wit '(

4 ,wild. The three others made wounds it was found she had taken a rowboat able. which may be his parting one than 1,700 "repeaters" have been formerly a wealthy commission men, :$

tl ,. in Berry's head., He is expected to re- and gone down the Mississippi. During the afternoon's grind Wilder ** to you, will be a blessing and caught chant, is the man. He is now a contractor .:]:

:,4 cover. A boat half-filled with water, was sent sixteen of the Rollins athletes an everlasting help to you. e and has been in trouble i& .

,t! Believing himself mortally wounded found at Fort Gage, III, a few days back to the bench by the strikeout The abundance of roses VOTES FOR WOMEN. number of times on the charge tf 't*

,I Berry spent Sunday and Monday later, and from this is was concludedthat route. He did his best heaving showered upon him, and the almost violating the liquor laws. This time *
walking back and forth in his apart- Mrs. Boggess was drowned. while in close places. Several times religious attention paid Special to the Sentinel he was caught with the goods and '#

.'v meats, sitting on chairs or lying on during the contest Wilder was in the him at St Petersburg must New York, March 11.-"Colonel"Ida given the limit. Phillips had an office4-

iT f the bed. The furniture, the carpett.1' AT THE FAVORITE TODAY. hole, but with good fielding behind have pleased him; though it did ,' Craft, who walked 150 miles to Albany and apartment in the old Trinity

and the clothes were' blood-stained. him and his .curves breaking as t and 258 miles to Washington, church parsonage, and is there that 'f
Realizing atJlast that death was not Her Own Country, AmericanaSpanish were, he retired his opponents wi in the interest of equal suffrage, has he is accused of handling and dis- I

near, Berry telephoned to his wife, drama. out allowing over one' single tally to above these, and even the most organized the Votes for Women Walking pensing whiskey *

: and to a brother, and to a physic rob The Hidden Treasure, American be placed against his side. fickle make no feint' at these Club, she announced today. Be Phillips will spend thirty days at :-

:>. Berry had parted from his wife, and a laughable comedy. Barsee did the pitching for the lo- before a man truly great ginning April 5, members of this the stockade, but his troubles will not ;J#

;. gave this as his reason for shooting Pat's Day Off-comedy. calites and he is also credited with The people of Orlando and new suffrage body will walk each Saturday be over. He has been fined $500 ia

1' himself. He was placed,under arrest, Brown's SeanceComedy.Come pitching a winning article of ball. The the city guests can employ their into the country. addition, and has also been bound over i 3

charged with attempted suicide. and enjoy a good hearty "game was a pitcher's battle from the time no better than by close "We are going to get suffrage out to the criminal branch of the Superior

laugh. very start and the small crowd that :' association with Bishop Vincent into the open," Miss Craft said. "We Court. His bond is fixed at $3,000. I 7

? DR. CAROLYN GEISEL DEPARTS Our afternoon shows are getting was present to witness the exhibitionwas a and his lectures while in are going to arouse the laborer by ;

-'' > .- to be very popular-follow the crowd. more than pleased with the great the city. This privilege will the wayside, the farmer in the field, A POPULAR WINTER VISITOR. I i
f t ability that was displayed by the two come to us but once. Let us embrace the woman wheeling the Mr. John Loos
.: r Dr. Carolyn Geisel who has made baby car who arrived at the i
I f BARBER GETS DAMAGES. institutions.The it to our mutual enjoy- riage. We are tired of San Juan
a profound and lasting impression upon wasting o.ur a day or two ago, notice of
the people of Orlando, delivered game Monday was one of those ment and profit time talking to the women in the par which was made in the Sentinel is
; her last lecture yesterday and departed Special to the Sentinel that keeps a loyal rooter in a nervous ae lor. a brother-in-law of the late Hon. Isaac

for Gainesville, where she is on Los Angeles, Cat, March 11. Judge stage, for just a single blunder at one t e e f a a e a e a 'e A. Hopper, for a longtime one of Or- :

the Chautauqua lecture course. men today awarded Martin Bergman, of the critical moments meant defeatrV FIVE NAMES SENT TO SENATE. lando's most popular and wealthy winter

No woman has ever made an appearance a local barber $800 damages against ce versa for either club. : THIS IS YOUR NEWSPAPER- residents. When Mr. Loos came

before the Orlando people Jack Barrymore, the actor, BJbalm I The fans that gathered at the local I MAKE THE MOST OF IT. Special to the SentinelWashington south this season he went direct to 1.

L': who has made such a profound impression for severe beating ,Barrymore gave diamond were greatly surprised with March 11.-Nomina.' I Long Boat Key on the East Coast

as Dr. Geisel. She is not an him a year ago. ( the article of ball that the youngsters Its worth to you what you make it tions sent to the senate today by Pres; but the extremely damp weather did,

E. : entertainer in any sense of that word. Bergman claimed that Barrymore e put/ p and it ,can be stated that It aims to serve you and the greatest ident Wilson included: not agree with him and he struck'out '

r '-i Yet in the dozen addresses thatshe came to his shop and got a shave and tbe exhibition was .one of the most; number possible in this city. First assistant postmaster general- for his old stamping grounds, Orlando. _'

E J delivered in this city, not once did then without provocation, assaultedhim interesting that has been played at It brings you the news of the day Daniel C. Roper, of South Carolina. Mr. Loos says this is undoubtedly
it being necessary for a doctorto Winter Park in and the happenings of Third assistant postmaster general the
, she fail to arrest the attention of her some time. the world. It best place in Florida. He has
t: auditors and hold it at will until the attend Bergman after the fight Many daring effprts were made by greets you on the streets, goes with i -Alexander M. Dockery, of Missouri. been keeper of immigration records ,

{ lessons close. Dr. Gtisel is a lectruer. base runners, to steal, but the catchers you into your home, and brings joy I I Fourth assistant postmaster general in New York City since 1874 <
. : FOREST FIRES CAUSE LOSS. both and knowledge into James I. Blakeslee, of Pennsylvania 1 41-?r :
What she says is, methodical, accurate on teams were there with your household. s f f

and instructive, and withal so Special to the Sentinel-. the true peg and consequently the I. It is the family friend-the family TEN THOUSAND DRESS MAKERS :

if*:.: full of vital interest that it appealsi Luray, Va, March 11.-Forest fires ones who tried to advance a base habit United States judge, district of Por STRIKE
:. to every thoughtful person as a force that still are burning have already destroyed : without the assistance of the, batter, It is your habit, my habit, every. to Rico-Peter J. Hamilton, of Ala Special to the Sentinel

;t...\ f ul message delivered with such earn- thousands of cords of bark were deprived of that honor. body's habit, the national habit Multiply bama. New York, March 11.-Ten thousand .
: .f. estness and clearness as to make its .and timber and have entailed heavy Batteries: Columbia, Wilder and yourself by several million, then Commissioner of labor statistics- members of the Children's and '

impress on humanity. Not a soul in losses to the farms of the Blue Ridge Chatker; Rollins, Barsee and White. _you_ can begin. to. comprehend_ the importance Charles P. Neill, of the District of Co I Misses Dresmakers' Union, mostly ':
< lumbia. girls
extent, and ,. I on strike today demand.
4- Orlando but that wishes Dr. Geisel mountains. The government reserva- scope, magnitude
of the American ing a 50-hour week, bett__ .._p y\n. ._ .IA
<1 ; God speed in her work and regrets to tions in the Massanhutten mountainsare TURKEY MUST PAY. newspaper. ft j UU
I PARENTS HELD FOR the abolition of tenement
f have her leave us.MEETING threatened and officials in chargeof Special to the Sentinel house work. 3
the fire stations are on guard night .Sofia, March 1L-The official newspaper It serves you best through its advertising The strike is an aftermath of the general r

. ) POSTPONED. and day. It is probable that the fire men say that the Balkan states columns. There it directs Special St. Albans to the Sentinel, Vt, March. ll.-Oa. a garment workers' strike. ,

'iJ will not be controlled until nature assists accepted the proposal for European you to the most reliable stores with charge of murdering his son, Lewis jv. a

The postponed meeting of the Country with a heavy rain. meditation. The allies stipulate, how. reliable stores with which to deal Wells, aged five years, by administering GRAND THEATRE./

f' Club, which was to have been ever, that Turkey must pay an ,in. which to deal poison, Julius Wells, of Swanton, f
demnity. It is further stated It tells you best goods to 3 REELS 3 I*
held at the San Juan hotel last night WEATHER REPORT. 'the : purchase was arrested last night., His wife has How It
t probabilities are that will the purest foods to eat the Happened, SeTig-drama:
war ,
; the continue most been in jail since *
i. -... to select officers fir year, serviceable January on a similar A story interesting
while negotiations are being and fashionable merchan and well thought r
Florida-Fair carried
f: t was indefinitely postponed. Wednesday thurs- charge. Both cases will be brought. out.
the day, moderate temperature, light variable on. The amount of the indemnity dine to buy, and the most reliable before the grand ,
,A number of the members spent jury today. I
; Keeping Up
has not been disclosed. products to secure.Read Appearances? Lubin.
: ,t*?.participating in the golf meet attVaFark winds. I I. the According to the police, Lewis died comedy Enjoyable -
advertisements throughout
>> ftttofcy and it was lathe Sen, from arsenic poisoning last December.The The
tine closely and Higher Duty
A. .? ** beat' by those in authority Inspect Shtnaibtrfers big stock of Come to Curtis & O'Neal's for your to get the constantly every day authorities do ,not state publicly Watch for announcement, Lubin-drama. A
to ......i until some future date. < Bicycle tine Easter Hats-next Post Office. PAPER. good' trom'TOtTI- what- they believe was the cause for Special Feature-comIng of our

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jet' and the have sphygmograph got him to and, the stethoaope placeere I Lord & Bradshaw- 1 J I Ii LOOk Look !

areput. upon his chest; if you
Stten very closely you won't scream I I.1I1h We wish to announce to our friends, and the public generally, 1I - -- .
r glee jocosely, when you hear the that we have formed a partnership under the |
jfetor r plying him with questions for !
Jfc test, "What's your present occu- i above firm name, for a.general UNHEARD OF VALUESIN
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you any poor
'' : jfe you always get in evenings at ex- 'i Real Estate and Insurance | -

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Jnf good health, do you soon expect I business and are centrally located in a ground floor office at No. I Shirts Hats Hose .
jeat wealth, does your breast resTpnd 8 i yea eraClothing
i quite promptly to the auscula i 17 S.Orange Avenue, (formerly occupied by Hamilton & Dunn ij ,

-. Ht's knock? Had your mother gold- Millinery), where we will be pleased to meet all our old;friends |
.jot tresses, tell me how your daughter I
| and to make new ones. | I t
/e messes, have you ever had a brain
Minn-any little thing like that? 8 f : .
i Our list of city and acreage property is surpassed by none Sg
then you've been out till morning ,
'& you ever Have a warning that, J and we have some exceptional bargains. COME AND SEE Us I M Every day brings new features and greater opportunities for
fen you make your toilet, your head
' ..Mon't fit your hat? Have you had i impendicitis I: Lord & Bradshaw I I advantageous buying. It will be money in your pocketif
marasmus or bronchitis;
WI:your father jailed for stealing you buy now. Come in and investigate
lings he took a fancy to? Did your 117 S. ORANGE AVE. ORLANDO, FLA. I .

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-t says ready,do you always pay your Quality, Service, Variety, Price, are the things that recommend
aites-of-hand before they're overdue?
Jfesrthe market make you worry, are .
WU always in a hurry to cover when BRIGHAM & HILL '

:im're short and unload when you are Earner's New York
gig your preference in I .
4rls, in your summer evening whirls;
lien you meet brunettes for dinner, NEWS AGENTS I '
, jre you just ,a little wrong? Have .
fliu cut down your smoking-this isTBt Bargain Store
a thing for joking-what's the Orlando Stationery, Souvenir and Curio Store! "

:umber of cigars that you consume
tom day to, day? Have you any zz WEST CHURCH STREETIttMilllllllliHIiiitlMMIItilltlMliitliltH]
If You Would be Posted be a Daily Visitor to this Store
Isokworm trouble, are you fond ofioiIing : i
bubbles, if you-re boozing
ill you stop it without any more de- 1
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idns, and. follow our suggestions, 1913 Models: Illlllllllllllllllllllllli '
without giving us suspicion you're deriving L. ] Mustard, I i Star EmploymentAgency ]
any way,we might place you I EVERYTHING
t probation,for further consultation,
tat there's one thing very Certain: 1MOTOCYCLES i J -IN-

'"So policy today." Manicure, Pedicure,_ Shampoo,l | Tell pour troubles to,Palmer. I

:DR .RENT-April 1st First story Face and Scalp Massage. ; He will get reliable help in any a FEED
of brand new dwelling with all con- line of employment
nnimces- unfurnished. Address Parlor over Dickson & Ives store E JJ .
Jjusekeeper, Sentinel 3tp comer Orange and Central Phone 105 J I -FORLLAUBAOH-
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iliberately refrain from making any .? Four H. P. Models $200.00 J. B. McKAY,
,amment on its behavior. Seven H. P.Models, $250.00 CONTRACTOR AND *h '
coney to loan on improved property C E. Eilpert Superintend All Work. Funeral Director !J
} S. Y Way. Prices That Are an and Embalmer The Grain Man.
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My heart longs for the Southland, IN
For the bending sties of blue, Real EstateFourteen ITSAFAIR PROPOSITION IF
The warm winds and the sunshine, ,
And the blossoms in the dew.I acres of good land in good
hate the skies so sodden, loca on. 9 acres in grove. Locatedon TO ASSUME THAT YOU ARE BRIGHTER FRUIT x
And I hate the hours of gloom; nice lake. Price $5,500. .
My heart sighs for the Southland, .' APPRECIATIVE OF THE VERY : Free from the dust mite and for which '
.And the jasmines all in bloom. Ten acres first class land. 5 acres : S
The cold creeps through my pulses in grove. Splendid location. $4,500. BEST. WE ARE SPECIALISTS IN you command the fancy prices, useSulpho.Citrol .. vj
And it chills my yearning heart; -
The north wind knows no.pity, .
Two and one-half acres in excellent ,
And the west wind leaves its smart, location. All in grove. $1,500. Electrical Wireing and Motor Work .
The hills are gray andbarrenAnd ,
the earth's a snowy tomb; A large number of business lots in NEWELL ELECTRICAL COMPANYARCADE IF YOU WANT '
My soul sighs for the SouthlandAnd various localities in the city, and
the jasmines all in bloom. beautiful suburbs of the city at prices BUILDING To destroy the "THRIPP," use- .
-Cleveland Plain Dealer. ranging from $100 to $1,000., CHURCH ST.
Lake front home sites containingtwo
of land at the
and more acres
'The large number: of applicationson
the part of tuberculosis victims very moderate price of $650. I II new 1913 Almanac containing full ,

for a chance to try Dr. Friedman's I --- I, information sent you for three cents
call at office
For particulars over
professional cure for the "White r
Ives store, Orange Ave. postage.
Plague" is not only just what might Dickson &
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have been expected, but is also in CARL JANSENADVERTISE 1 The Best is the CheapestSO t
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pathetic contrast to,the public indif- I I
ference to preventive measures. GET THE BEST OF E. 0. Painter Fertilizer Co.
While improved sanitary methods S a S t t a t i a a aa
have been in dealing with
adopted 'I
this disease and while the public mind a 'i: Paints and Wall Paper JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
has assumed a certain degree of com- a IF'YOU a! \
placency because of these measures, a Want a Cook 'i
yet a toll of 300,000 souls is demanded a Want a Partner aa :: THE 1912 WALL PAPER IN SAMPLES I r
every year in this country by this Want a Situation aa IS GRAND AND I WILL BE PLEASED tI
dread disease. Want a Servant Girl 'I' TO SHOW THEM. ALL YOU HAVE TO 'C, I ----- ------w
"Spitting on the sidewalk" signs do a Want to Sell a Piano I DO IS TO TELEPHONE AND I WILL .
much good, but too many still take a Want to Sell a Carriage aa I
advantage"when an officer is not look Want to Sell Town Property .1{ .
ing." Fresh air in bed rooms helps a Want to Sell Your Groceries '- ; .:...,-.: :'-.J."J-M.--'' t.it.}:"") 'u.w ....... x
many but the practice is so limited a Want to Sell Your Hardware aa '- Fireplace Mantels .
that the total in disease preventionfrom Want customers for Anything aa ...- 3
this source is not large. Advertise Daily in This Paper aa .1 :
Tiles and Grates
But what of Dr. Friedman and his Advertising Is.the Way to Success aa - .. . j
cure? He conies to America with a Advertising Brings Customers aa
reputed record of 95 cases out of 100, Advertising Keeps Customers aa t Caloric Fireless Cookers, t
cured. And till the New York medi- Advertising Insures Success aa
cal society.held him up for days by Advertising Shows Energy aa Electric Pocket Flash Lights !
red tape methods,. thus preventinghim Advertising Shows Pluck aa HAMILTON &BUNNhave' J
from an early demonstration of Advertising Is "Biz" aa (
/ Complete Electric Lighting Plants of
his treatment and possible cures. Advertise of Bust aa !
This action on the part of the medi- Advertise Long aa
a cal society was no doubt, brought Advertise Well.ADVERTISE aa now opened their Any Size Installed.
about by the fact that so many so- aa I, t.,
called cures have been thrust upon At Once aa ..... !

the American people that the New IN THE SENTINEL a stock of new Spring Hats ;r I : J
York Medical society at least wishedto
be cautious in permitting the in- a a a a a a a a a a a a E.S.PIERCE.

troduction of another "cure" and of f
putting upon it the stamp of approval. When you get through reading the and Millinery ELECTRICIAN, ;
Needless to say, that if Dr. Fried- Sentinel, mail it to some friend'OJ :
man's treatment effective the acquaintance at a distance. Very of. Rand
proves PIONE 436. New Bldg., Church SI
world will not be'slow to do him full ten this brings a new settler. . LATEST STYLES. I
justice and honor, but if he fails he J .
will only add another:chapter to the Subscribe for the Sunday Sentinel -

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

are t looking for a full dollar's worth for every dollar you spend, then come :. :

to us, we will see that .you get it.Reason ,, ;

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You get one here. We
every dollar they spend, they carryin

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are given a square deal I No .,

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false reckless adver- !
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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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If The ,Daily PROGRESSIVE ORLANDO .climate for gardening; -

Street Paving
South [Florida Sentinel The business of Orlando has movedso The city,'during'the year has paved

MORNING AND WEEKLY quietly along during the past year over six thousand running, feet, or EASTERJEWELRY
making such steady progress that few ]more than a mile of street with vitrified -

suBsournoN RATES i people realize the great increase in I brick, besides opening and grading -

-- the volume of business transacted.The i many new streets including a fine '
t THE DAILY SENTINEL records in the City Clerk's office street to the Country Club. ATE3 -

We year ...x:?...............*5.00 show that building permits issued dur- Promises of the Present Year

i fix Months ................... 2.50 twelve months nearly
ing the past There are plans under advisementthat
fit Three Months ................. 1.25 of '
double in value building any if consumated will mark the V-A.3ST
Per"Week ................... .10 previous twelve months in the historyof passing of all frame business build- .

By newt wrier In Orlando. 60 cents per the city, and the richest of the ings on Orange avenue, and part of

-oath. Daffy and Sunday. city, and the richest homes and most Pine street

The Orlando Morning Sentinel can be found substantial business buildings have The paving of Lucerne Circle and

m ule in Orlando at Cants ft Ottetft. Book been built during the past year. North Orange avenue to the stand- THE BEAUTY AND FRESHNESS OF _

h{. note The McNair Lumber Company and pipe. The construction of a modern -
W* will appreciate prompt complaint if the Orlando Novelty Works show a sewer system. The building of fully : ,
i .lived ii,"not properly made by our carrien.Admtiata marked increase in their business dur- two 'hundred new homes, some of AND SILVER. FOR THE EASTER ; _.. I

rat will be furnhbed on application. ing the past year. In fact much of which will rival the many beautiful ( GIFT YOU WILL FIND HERE MANY

the time} their facilities for delivering structures which already beautify the '
THE WEEKLY SENTINEL building material was taxed to the landscape of the "City Beautiful. DESIRABLE ARTICLES AT MODEST ;

Ibr by mail pottagt paid .......tt.00 limit. '
year A new Methodist Church which will t::., PRICES.
'' Florida.
Mares. THE SENTINEL. Orlando Frank Hyer manufacturer of arti- be the equal of any house. of worshipin .::
Arcade Eliding '
lot Gout Street ;
Phone 24 ficial stone will show an increase in Florida. ::':.:: LEATHER NOVELTIES : J3

. the volume of his business of nearly A new Post Office building and a .
J. F. scIU1 ANN. Mtor double and Gore Brothers, manufacturers Union within the reachof '.
I depot are easy
JOSIAH FERRIS Fnprieter. : "
of cement walk tile have beenon Orlando, if those 'who ought to be ; "
1913. all the time. Jos. y.i.: FOR THINGS NOVEL IN LEATHt t= ': '
WEDNESDAY, MARCH 12TH, rush orders interested, get busy. There never I\.
;=I .-- ." _, I I Guernsey, in his hardware business were better prospects for Orlando, a H. ; ER. j.: 5'-, ; :.

'Mexico'is the Stradleyville of the says that while his business has: more brilliant future than right now. : PURSES, BAGS, FOBS AND SIMILAR i"' : }i;_.':

Korth, American continent doubled during the past five years, So many rich, and helpful blessings h : ARTICLES ARE USUALLY FOUND :. .
;. o yet during the past year it has increased -I ripe for picking.It . .. '
Turkey desires to hold on to some- about fifteen per 'cent and will be found also, that an ,inter- . :' < "
1hing in ,Europe, even if it is only a when the volume of business done is urban railroad is no idle dream. The SKINS-SOME AMERICAN AND SOME *: r

; 2fmet ry. taken into account this is a wonderful need is so great and the promise of FOREIGN IN ORIGIN.T.H.Evansthe.

-o- showing.An rich returns so good that financial

Some day the Turks may awakento interview with N. P. Yowell, eyes are upon the project

the futility of trying to make the Dickson & Ives, John Rowland,. Nat _. -

dock run backward. Berman, F. N.Boardman, W. M. Slem- FLORIDA GOOD ENOUGH FOR ME

Rt. -0- ons, shows that the mercantile busi-
One advantage of not being a Jno. ness has been on the increase all the What aa interesting medley that

IT. Rockfeller is that you can give time and that the increasing volumeof would be. if the letters that have come I

away your money without an act of business during the summer sea- to Orlando for the past week from the ,

jongress. son shows that the number, of people north telling of sleighing parties up POST OFFICE

o--- who remain here during the entire setting in the snow drifts, trains being -

If,the two ex-presidents have,made 'year is greatly on the increase. Mr. annulled, because they can not

formal calls on each other the circumstance branch says, "My business has been plough through the snow, ,churches :

has not been mentioned by the better than any previous year,'. closing. on Sunday evening because I

correspondents. Financial InstitutiOM the bitter northwest wind under a
Ti -' o--- The Banks and Post Office may betaken mercury of from six to eighteen be- I

;= Just to show that he is, a jolly good as the substantial' and reliable low made it impossible for people to SlllSTOCIIIIFor I I
fellow still, Sir Thomas Lipton will business, barometers of a community; attend, and schools disorganized be-

-, come over next year and lose another and these show the following facts: cause of severe weather conditions-

lace for the America's cup.' Post Office receipts' r January and what an interesting medley, we repeat -

i -o-- February; show an Increase of ten this would be'to flash upon the ,
Reports from Washington state that per cent the two months o f
oj r same I curtains as our people.sit clad, in summer -,
Wilson is going to take
President last
: yer.Tte 1
an&st: a bower of cut
personal charge of the tariff revision\ Peoples' National Bank shows garments l
listen to
while they
and lilies
roses ,
and fight, and that he may also tackle an increase of nearly one hundred and Day

t the currency qq ,tlon. '. fifty cent during the in its great sermons or Chautauqua programs
per year
.. I I from the world's best talent, with no
Q deposits and increase of
an ,200 percent suggestion of winter about them
The of the Maderd family and
remnants -
during past ninety days, and
while the children frisk about the .
.. announce that'they will M l longer has.more than doubled the number of ,
school yard, some of them barefooted, '
live in Mexico, which is exactly pr p- individual accounts in that time. Its ,
in June the sweet
as breathing ozone
er" for the other members of the fam- making a marvelous record. EveningWear % i /
that comes through,the balsam pines I'
"fly no longer live there. The State Bank, the oldest bank in r
the and the
from over sea across ; 1
L1 I -0- the city has made & record of steady gulf, meeting and amalgamating into .

1- Some 'day when he is in Washington climbing and today has resources one sweetly tolerable atmospherical jJ

Prof., Ty Cobb probably will call touching the million mark. During family that symbolizes the meetingof

ipon the president, but it will be the past year its deposits have made the human family from north and \

Merely to encourage a good man in a substantial increase and the busi- south on the great playgroundof '. '; ," "'h'Our ' \
the performance of an arduous task. ness has expanded in every department the Florida interior, whereone : \

The'president will understand that Ty may sit under the branches of :

is,no officeseeker. The Orlando Bank and Trust Co.,
his own vine and fig tree the live- / Personal Guarantee
0 which increased its capital stock to :
long year and enjoy the sweets of life -.' \
The White House will be at least one $100,000 a trifle over a year ago, has to the fullest extent

dry spot that will not need the pn increased its volume of business near- ,0 -- Accompanies Every Pair \\V t

tec>ion of the Webb bill. Mr. Wilson ly a third.
will ndt:permit wines of any kind upon This bank has increased its deposits MEN TO DO -

the. White House table. Mr. BryanT over $66,000 during the last 28

uld not partake of when days.
a menu Marion
Our young men, who have arisento B. IvesEXCLUSIVE
t'1 Thus it will be that
wine entered into the make up. Speaker seen a prosperous the importance of doing some-
Champ Clark is a tee-totler. No year has increased the depositsin will
thing for Orlando find much
lope here for the distributers of fine the banks, notwithstanding the fact "
their efforts. the
vine lists. that the Postal Savings has been es-
first are: Get a petition setting
tablished during that time and has
forth the need, the urgent need, of a MILLINERY PARLORS
large deposits.In
That California editor who mentions fact, the financial institutions of post office building and get it signedby . .
y California climate as superior the patrons of the office, and this
ss to: Florida is'truly a great humorist. Orlando are so substantial that theyare should be done while our tourist Second Floor \
the subject of comment by northern -
God made theconditions that make
friends are with us who have sufferedthe
the' climates and neither the words financiers. inconveniences of the present office .

a' uorworks of man can change these. Freight' BusinessThe ,for their signatures would have
volume of
But God did not make the roads freight business
: nor weight with the senators from their
: transacted at this station shows
their miserable condition. Here, is increase of 33 cent last an respective states, and this petition and he made some pertinent suggest- How long border patrols can fire on } !}pt411HIIH
where man can show his creative per over year. should be forwarded to senator ions. For instnce he suggested the each other without producing serious I

powers and beneficient abilaties Express will go higher than this. Fletcher at once. Unless Orlando .purchase by the city of the old jail provocatives is a question. Probably t
Here is room for rivalry, but not in Business gets busy their chances for a govern- site for a park and library site. they can until the Mexicans kill or
tlimates. For there is but one Florida With six large garages, and the sale ment building will be lost for the Here band concerts could be held and wound some of the Amercian soldiers. THE ONE CIGAR! IMl'l

Y ,"and a distinctive climate has been of machines last year doubling the present and deferred many years. it would be a convenient place for the Thus far the hospital list has been .I'\ ';

provided for her,. year prevous one can easily spell pros- Then there is the Union Depot ques- people to rest Mr. Spencer said that south of the boundary, but at that a ,". if
o perity, and the fact that many busi- I tion. The railroad companies look many of the winter residents would little war on the frontier is not doinga EVERYBODY LIKES

Is Woodrow Wilson the twentyseventh -: ness houses have put on automobile with friendliness upon this proposi- gladly contribute to the cause, of both great deal to promote the peaceful

or twenty-eighth president of the deliveries during that time indicatesan tion, but it is up to Orlando to show the park and the library. relations of the two nations. ... -

United States? If Grover Clevelanlis increase in the mercantile busi- her good will and willingness in the Now, the Sentinel has no selfish mow o .'.4

counted as two presidents, because ness.Mr. matter for necessarily there are certain tives whatever in advocating a central 'GIVE US HIS GALL .rHAWLEY'S
I Benjamin Harrison's term intervened S. Y. Way says that the in- conditions to be met before a park. No purpose whatever STRAIGHTS

between the two Cleveland's administrations crease in the insurance business of I Union station can be built and the would be served so far as this paperis With letters coming from friends in
then President Wilson is the the city is also a safe measure of concerned. But it is in the interest
city can well afford to take hold of California telling of icicles and -
twenty-eighth president If, however, the Orlando.growth and increase in values in this matter. of the people of Orlando that this snow storms, while'newspaper editors

f one man cannot be two presidents, New Then there is a matter of a central urgent appeal goes up each week from boast of "a superior climate" makesone Get the best cigar at five

then Mr. Wilson is the twenty-seventh AdditionsA park and library that could be taken the Sentinel. The people who live think of the Jew who stood quietly cents. the next time you

i president One man can hold the number of new plats of subdi- up in connection with the civic league here the year around and the people by while a dead debtor's body was want, to smoke-judge for

Ift presidency twice, but can one man be visions and additions to the city have and the sorosis club. who come to us for a short season being parceled out to his creditors. yourself.

two presidents? That question must been filed, showing the number of new The band and orchestra should have during the winter would enjoy these When, being asked what part of the ,

be decided before Mr. Wilson's official lots put on the market to touch the substantial support The extension of and anything that makes a people body he wanted to 'take, replied: -

number in the list of presidents. two thousand mark. These have sold i our street paving by the cooperationof happier and more contented is the de- I"Vel, in as much as I am the largest
is determined. best at private sale to home builders. is sirable and right thing to do.
property owners legitimately creditor, I think I am justly entitledto Made in Orlando and sold
o Auction sales have not.proven popular I within the scope of the young men's Every business man will profit from his by all dealers.

Orlando needs a get together spirit .this season.Cultivation organization.Now this, as the making Orlando more at- galL"o S

The young business men of the cityreaHze of Lands on IncreaseW. youngsters, get busy and you tractive; and more inviting means We don't hear so much these days .

this and are endeavoring,to W. Wright, the seed man, says! will find the old conservatives readyto more people, more homes and, more about the men who refuse to enter MMMMMMUHHHMMfThe

accomplish that end. The Sentinelwill that his sales of farm and garden give the substantial lift when you business. And. in this all share the public life because of the unpleas-

4. help to further any good ,cause seeds will run from a third to a half, have demonstrated your dispositionand Benefits. antness thereof. The thousands of weather man says that springis e
310difference where is has its origin higher than a which would ability to do. o
year ago, applications from all hands would here and that fair skies and normal
w who fathers it The indicate expansion in farming.The o ON THE BORDER
or get together indicate that such a feeling is dying temperature is indicated in all
movement. for the good of Orlando is acreage of new citrus grove the .MORE ABOUT PARKS out certainly among the Democrats. parts 11 of the country. .
;. a move in the right direction) and the last year has increased about twenty Few formalities are observed on o
Sentinel sincerely hopes that the five per cent Mr. M. Spencer, of Millertown, N. the Mexican border, and a small de- The buffalo / o
on nickles
knockers will take a much needed vacation The plant industry has increased I Y., who has a nice winter home in! tachment from what is representedas much The telephone has invaded Jerusalem
I looks very as if he had been
and go fishing and let the four hundred per cent-and the num- Concord Park, called at the Sentinel the Mexican"regular army and a a system having been installed .
eating green apples while the Indian '
people of good intentoins sweep and ber of plants that will be shipped dur- office this morning and expressed his couple of troops of United States cavalry looks as if there might be that connects official points, business

dust .up the city from'cellar to gar- ing the next sixty days will run way views on the park question. He stat- appear to be in enjoyment of-the thing dead 'the branch. some houses and some residences. ; <
f up
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-. let,' then the .home:.coming; day',will into the millions'and these plants go ed that he had heard more people blessings of a little war without in- '- > > QJ

'; w. turk,an epoch:. ,thehiitory'of:,Or- into eighteen. different states thus, express a wish fop a central par; volving respective_ governments Subscribe for the Sentinel Now U,
" ':-:: .1 l .t;, :Ht t 4 'tt .fi Florida's superior soil gad than :Subscribe for the SentineL the time we need' the .moat
{ -.any. _..o1e.other..!. Y thing. in Orland in. a bifc -on. "' ;r : >...', you ,_-;
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mELL WUYOUfc We still r di- Eibboxj, used so mac& for La- i 4d

nary liar e did neckwear, can be had here t

that want, \ ot JO' at aboct one-third less than you .
}' '7 As* i i particular about being right up are in the habit of paying If J

to the minute style. yea donft believe it, ask to see

IILJnIw Shoes worthf.OOr: $4.50 and them. You wil not be urged tq t

$5.00 all go at 1.98 ia this lot. buy. You wont have to btj j

\ Ask to set themr you! may fin.ur< the prices will induce you.
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1\ MEN WOMEN CHILDREN y just what you: wantr and save? We want to caB your attention }
half the price. We arID have & to some extra values in LadiesMuslin 1
complete line strictly UP-TO-: Underwear, and for the .,

III EASY TASK FOR US, WHEN YOU COME TO SEE THEM THE-MINUTE Shoes,, and we next week we feel sure that we 'f

I Il THEY WILL PLEASE YOUR EYE. BUYING YOUR SHOES know the prices,are'right, or we; can make It worth while for all i
I would not be selling sa many of to buy a supply I for some time to
i AND HOSE WILL BE AN EASY TASK FOR YOU; WE them.. Ask jour neighbor about come. Also in Ladies colored ,


AS .WELL AS STYLE. OUR SHOES AND HOSE WILL shoes. They are' positively the price seem as though we were ,
o best that money can:buy at the giving them to- you, as we have
price. too many and must get rid oi$| I
C MONEY. All the New shades,of Velvet them.
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Sentinel want ads help people every Monday is St Patrick's Day in the -.. 4i
day to,help themselves.Our morning.

THE TUNER genial friend, Mr. Edmund Read for profit Sentinel wants, use
ORLANDO.FLA. Kirby Smith and wife leave today for ,for results.
Panama to visit Mrs. Smith's parents

who reside there. your Attend friends the attend Chautauqua it. and see that Monday Tllesday"au Wedllesday at

r Money to loan on improved property. Rev. W.W. Pugslty, an evangelistfrom .,
S. Y. Way Toronto, Canada, will conducta Money to loan on improved property.; I !.
religious service this evening, at S. Y. Way. ,
; Inspect Shannibarger's big stock of 7:30, at the home of Mr. Chas. Phil- '
Bicycle tires. lips, on Gould street Every one is Mrs. S. R. Hudson is, entertainingher ,
M. I rr invited.to attend. sister, Mrs. J. C. Sheets, of Cin- 3
The Owls will hoot tonight at their i cinnati, Ohio.
..' Nest. The big Owls are requested to Mr. Croak, from Canada, who recently - Yowell'sThese
be present at 7 o'clock. ", purchased a valuable lot on A Car of White Sewing Machines .1.1i
East Central avenue, of*Mr. Benedict Just, arrived. See Magruder, 82 Ar-
Misses Cora and Lucy Todd, of is building a handsome residence cade Building.
Tittsburg: Pa., are the guests of" Mr. which'will ,add much to that neighborhood .
,.and Mrs. J. H.McCullough, 402 South already rich in beautiful l Running for office does'much to i q
' :3faia street. homes. improve some men's disposition for a

Mr. and Mrs.-Roger Potter, of, New Francis: Karel, of Sanford, was in few.months at least AND CREPE[ [ SPREADS[ :

York City, have arrived in the city for: the x,city yesterday on business and Mr. and Mrs. M. Linton, of Bealls-
I a month's visit and are the guests of called at the Sentinel office and renewed ville, Pa., are among the delighted visitors ;
' the St Charles. his subscription for which he now sojourning in Orlando.
. has our thanks. Mr. Karel is one of.'
Judge Martin Wycoff, of Asbury,N. our substantial friends.. Mr. J. E. Rose, one of the substantial These are full size double bed spreads
:J., and Mr. and Mrs. Dietz,.of Milwaukee citizens of Lockhart, was attending :.
. the guests of.Mrs. Jackson ; to business in Orlando, Tues- 'I .1'
are Church The high' :class moving pictures the kind that will need no ironing. A
. at their home on shown, each evening at the Lucerne day.

i street before' the regular Chautauqua pro- Mr. H. H. 'Witherington, one ofApopka's great value at regular price (t | 7Q
gram are heartily appreciated by the wide-a-wake business men, ,

Mrs. Cary-Elwes, Rev. and Walter''Mrs. Chautauquans and are a good ad- was a pleasant caller at'the Sentinel and$2.50. For these 3 P v 3"1
Albert Cary-Elwes and vertisement for Mr. Magruder's opera office yesterday. $2.25. days -
motored to Daytona '
Cary-Elwes, house. i. .
Beach Monday, where. they will re- I '
main until the end of the week. Mrs. Augusta Davis, an attractiveand Messrs W. F. Yarborough and J. C.
who Hooks, two of Miami's leading citizens -
most accomplished woman
Mr. and Mrs. D. B. Simmons have has delighted all who have had the were among the visitors to Or-

returned to their home in Litchfield, pleasure of her acquaintance during lando yesterday.f
t 'OI o, after spending the past two her stay at the Arcade: has returned Plan and F cy' Flaws.
snonths in our city. 'l'hey'are pleased with Mr. Davis to their home in Money invested in Orlando real estate -
with Orlando and will return again. Greenville, S. C. is a safe, investment Real estate -
will never depreciate here, it is t
Mr.Hugh Murphy-, an.Orlando boy Sh nnibargebicycles and increasing all the-time. These are exceptional values, and can be !
now in his second year at the University sundries. I
of Virginia, was among the student The home of Mr. and Mrs. F. A. had these three
body who went to Washington The public service commission has I Eaton was saddened by the death of days only. Regular |lie| t
: last week to aid in the inaugurationof ordered the height of street car steps their six months old baby yesterday
Wilson and MarshallMrs. reduced for the convenience of wear-'morning. Funeral today at the home. price, 20c, Sale price -

ers of hobble skirts. Powerful are 1j
Duncan Stewart and Miss Agnes the laws of fashion., But if feminist Mrs. S. Q. Hayes, of Chicago, is in .
Stewart, mother and sister of Mr. influence can accomplish such a reform Orlando enjoying the salubrious cli-
the without the ballot, to what other good things Mrs. .
ilcolm Stewart, who have spent mate and
.":y+ Willola, leftY it not with it?-New regular booster for the and
,per three weeks at the length may go ,Hayes is a I Monday Tuesday Wednesday
tetday afternoon for Jacksonville,, York World. City Beautiful. ,
: hey will sail for New York 1.I -
today the Clyde S. S.'Momawk." The Sentinel gives its opinions : Capt. J. A. Harris, one of Winter
on various topics come up Park's affable citizens was in the ,
Parker and wife have time to time. Yours may differ. Thatis county metropolis for a few hours
Rev. Tank, ;sr home in Hamilton, every one's privilege. At all times Tuesday and paid the Sentinel an appreciative
returned to the. columns are open for the expression -
our visit.
ling the winter sea3Iass. ON ORANGE AVE.Harry
., after spen. House This is of views. Not all received, -
son at the Cincinnv, do endorse, but everybody is en"
season here an we Lovers of Grand'opera.. were delighted .
their second winter hearing and in the mean-
v winter titled to a Grand
with the Fellows Opera
they will now become here perms time the public can draw their. own Company at the Lucerne last night, .'fl
residents and may locate conclusions. this .
house preeted popular
where a large
gently. : Company of musicians. K. Thaw's favorite stories;
.- ''I' eem to have been "Wolfville Tales." : J

I Mrs. L. B. Hamlin and sister, Mrs. In the Wilson-administration Dixie
T. Sherwin, who have been guestsof
\ } the San Juan for the past three promises to come into its own.

riO 10 i'weeks, will terminate their pleasant Don't Worry t tGet

fOU UAY[ [(visit home today in Elgin, when, Illinois.they start for their It make would himself be just believe like Mayor he could Gaynorto be

l re-elected. I IMcCULLOCH'S
moneysee the habit of going to
ClotheS loan improved property.S.
What $25.00 in I I Money to
1 r the Y. Way. Whenever you want painting or
can do for you until yam. TEl papering done in a first class manner
will to call on W. T.
, it pay you
1 There is a good deal of the com .
NEW SPRING Entrican 28 East Pine street
Unity work that loyal, enterprisingblic

Schaffner &: Kin; \ spirited women might do to DEPARTMENT STOREOPPOSITE
Hart, mote..the industrial and social wel- TOMATO PLANTS FOR SALE, r
of Orlando. Why not start a wo- One dollar per thousand in any
excellent' thingsless
You can get some very e to the Board of quantity desired. Purchasers must
auxiliary POST
than $25-andat more;: we don't- ie! do their own pulling of plants. Better; .'
want to limit you' plant now. My packing house in Or

The kind oi clothes you, want R. L. Lambert, who, with Mr. lando will be'opened from the first .>
and I will bus
I of May to June 10th A step into this establishment on Orange avenue will
The kind of service you'll' like Davies, went over to Leesburg
purchased.the dry goods business i all your tomatoes. S. J. SUCH. put you in an atmosphere of Brand ,New Merchandise

PICKSO -vett'-. Brothers Lambert, says is again he is in the riot ; prices that will let you enjoy the Biggest Savings.

SCRUGGS!;!; &. ., hat he will live in Lees- FOR SALE-Small seedling orange <
he. V ,ngaged in the real es- trees in any quantity at.five ) i
is G. T. ,
J -e and that will re- each.
THE MEN'S OUTFITTERS mess .h'Ck m Orlando, Pine CastleToad.
s presence .
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'CORRESPONDENCE Visitor-So'you were acquainted with I BU8INESCL BOOSTERS
>t1. '" the great financier who was ralseV! "

; here? As usual: I .suppose'-you gave Business Boosters (classified advertisements .
) received after 10 o'clock "
him the first dollar be ever'earned. .
The' Sentinel is in receipt of the midnight,will be run in the."Too Lateto
from Arthur Native-No. He took away from nW Classify'. column..
following correspondence the first dollar 1 ever earned.-IJrook- Boosters of five lines, or'less-approximately -
.; J, Walker, of Apopka. lyn uti. 30 mords-one time, 25 :
Apopka, Fia. cents; three times 50 cents; one week

To Mr. Joe Ferris, The man>who In the water Joel (six daily and one weekly.editions, )
Close watch ahould keep on his apparel $1.00; one month,. $3.00.
Orlando Sentinel. There is no tun to lose one's clothes

Dear, Sir: And hare. to walk home In a. barrel Judge. FOR SALE-Good Horse, Carriageand

Last November: during the early Harness. For work' on d riv-

stages of the County Division agitation Mrs. Newedd-I think I'll$make some ing.Parke ply to Wm. Halloway, Win- The Car That Sells
ter Fla. 12t
, ; there, was expressed a desire biscuits for lunch today

upon the part of the people for Jighton Newedd-Don't bother Let's ,have BUY a lot'in Thornton Park, a nice: By the Car Load

the subject ,of the Proposed ,New something light-Denver Times. suburb in east part of the city: Carl .

'", County;Lines. Representatives of the Jensen. o

County Division 'committee when here I wroteA note FOR SALE-40 acres of fine land in What a Buick Has Done For

could not or ,would not enlighten us. Of scathing words., Volusia Count, near station and j
Twould hurt without a doubt. fine lake $ erms. 'J. B. McKay
They would riot even admit a desire ; .
011. wh1.Thougbt -
city. Others Buick will Do for You
to take ,this district in. We felt I, FOUND-That the "Sentinel reaches a
"Thus rub It tar
that it was a matter that should, be And BO I rubbed It out the people! and is read.

known in order {hat we could more -Detroit News. .
FOR SALE-5% acres with five-room
intelligently discuss it. About this house on'railroad only few hundred Records for the past are the best promises for the future.At .
Barber-Try a bottle of this prepara-
time division advocates'from Sanford
feet from stopping! place.' Plenty of
,who had been frequently visiting us tion, sir; splendid thing for baldness. shade and small shrubbery. Ten to the beginning of the 1913 season there were 110,000
Customer-Perhaps It Is, but I've got
disappeared. Since then and to the twelve bearing orange trees pears Buicks "the road and of the
up all the baldness I want thank you.New and other' small fruits. Good hunt- on every one 110,000 Buicks has a

present time they have been conspicuous York Journal. ing and fishing, and especially suitedto record.

by their absence. 'Getting anxious those who come to Florida for the

I wrote the secretary of ,the "Johnny'go and shut'the shutter" winter and like,the country life with It is nothing unusual to see a Buick which has run from
Johnny heard his mother utter. easy access to town. J. P. Perkins,
County Divisionists asking for, infor- 25,000 100,000 miles and even more. And hear
"Shutter's shut!" did Johnny mutter. Orlando, Fla. General Delivery. up you never
mation. Letter from the secretary en- 1 can't, shut 'er any shutter!" of a worn-out Buick.

closed dated December 1st. Not re- Pittsburgh Press. OAK HILL is the beautiful subdivision I

I wrote:the to the Northeast of the city and I
calving a reply secretaryagain wife
the of two I "Doctor, has lost her voice. I still have some choice lots there. I "I started out in my model 17 Buick in six inches of snow
about 1st Feb'y, What can I do about It?" "Try get- Carl Jensen. _
y months after his promise. I encloseda ting home late some night"-Boston onthe morning February 3rd to post some sale bills.. I

stamped addressed envelope for re- Transcript. ROUEN DUCK EGGS for sale. "Apply covered 944 miles over roads nobody else had traveled since

ply. Again no reply. On the 25th, The weather prophet is a manLike Box 705, City. the snow, and was in high every minute, up hill included. F!

of February I wrote him registered other mortals, oft perplexed; WANTED-Cook, man or woman in left'my motor running all the time I was posting, and used 9%
g mail, stamped envelope enclosed, He has to do the best he can private family. Apply Sentinel of- .
gallons of gasoline for the trip.
And wait and see what happens next.
z I
(copy of 'letter I am here enclosing) -Washington Star.: fice, City. 3t. "

asking for his promised reply to my 1 I "I have watched several other makes of cars in the past
enquiry of Dec. 1st. "Jim certainly acted In a contrary FOR SALE or For Rent-House, five

Up-to-date, viz, March 8th, MUM'S way when he found out that Clarissa's rooms and bath, 607 East Central two years, and every time I have seen a Buick, it has always,

THE WORD FROM 1KB Secretary beauty he was so proud .of was haltpalht avenue. John Ammann. P. B- 393.7tpd.. been doing,the work. When a Buick has gone 30,400 miles and
o* the County Division: A' n,,'ation "What and did powder.he dor still'seems as good as new, it is quite enough to convince m&

Maybe You can have better luck. Try, "Why, declared he was put out when FOR SALE-THREE GOOD DRY LOTS that Buicks are built the way they ought to be built.'

him. Yours, etc., be found he had been taken In."-Bal- IN GOOD WHITE NEIGHBORHOOD OF
ORLANDO WELL BUILT UP. ONLY $150 : J. H. GARBER, Portland, Kansas.
r A. J. WALKER, tlmore American.Oh EACH FOR QUICK SALE. 10.00 CASH

The Famous Buick OverheadValve
Apopka, FUu,-Feb'y 27, 1913. science makes great strides these ]LIBERAL DISCOUNT FOR CASH. ONLY .'
days.And HAVE V.
To Mr. Thos. K. Bates, Sec. to the
we are thrilledBy WILLOLA HOUSE. U Motor is guaranteed to have more power and more speed
T' Committee on County Division. many fine newfangled ways

t Dear ,Sir: Of feeing Louisville killed CourierJournalDe FOR SALE-FIFTEEN THOUSAND DOL- than any other type of motor on the market It will pull

I wrote you under date of the 30th LARS OF EIGHT PER CENT PAPER SECURED stronger on low grade gasoline than any other type of motor

of Nov. last requesting informationas Friend-What Is that picture in- REAL ESTATE BY FIRST IN SUMS LIEN OF ON ONE ORLANDO HUN-I ever built and the fuel consumption is less. '

to the boundary lines of the pro- tended to represent) DRED DOLLARS AND OVER. IF YOU I

posed New County. You kindly: De Artist-Board and.lodging for six HAVE SOME IDLE MONEY SEE ME AT ROADSTERS AND TOURING CARS, $950 TO $1650, F. 0. B.

t weeks.-Milwaukee Wisconsin.The WILLOLA HOTEL EVENINGS FOR FEW
favored me with a reply on Dec. 1st, ORLANDO. Catalogue on Request.
in which stated that official ,
e you no very folks who like to show _j -
status had been given any lines and For royalty they aren't NOTICE Experienced managers,
up to this date no lines have been of- Like'most,when they to concerts go (man and wife) want the management 1
The "piece" with air apparent. 'of a European hotel, on salary,
ficially selected. That you had a committee -New York Sun. or would rent good place. Address, Cook Automobile Go.

out on this important matter Hotel, P.O. Box 672. Orlando, Fla. 3t
As soon as it returns its report we First Beggar-What are you doing I

will advise you of its decision. here, Pete I thought your stand was WANTED-By experienced man. Po- Orlando Florida
on the bridge. psition as floral,and landscape gard- ,
Not receiving a reply by the 1st of
I Second Beggar-Ob, I gave that to ener, the taking care of gentleman's
Feb'y, or about that date, I wrote asking my 'son ,as a wedding present-Meg-' places during summer, or permanent,

if your committee had made its gendorfer Blatter. not for a home, would live on placeif
teport. No reply being vouchsafed so desired, or as janitor of public '
buildings. Strictly temperate. Ad. i
to that letter I again repeat my en- [To the girt who sat on my coat] I -
I dress Philip Bunn, Orlando, Fla. 7t
quiry as to the proposed lines.I I loved you."for your blushes ripe SIGN PAINTINGJack MOGM (itfliireLIGHT|
And iips-anem-
,, in common with many others in Cntil you tempting flounced upon my pipe MAN AND' WIFE, German, want po- Preston will'paint your

this district are anxious to know what And crushed the amber stem. sition. Man capable to drive auto- sign short notice. Good work. THE
on ,
-St Louis-Republic. mobile and very handy with tools
T districts your association! have decided around the house. Wife first class No. 10 Washington, street 14-6t

r to take'in. I am.registering this in Hl-Tbat'a a bd cough. cook, experience, best of references. I PATH TO PROSPERITY

: order that you may receive it., thank- 81-1 know but lt'sthe', best I've got. Couple, Care Sentinel. 3t

;, ing you in anticipation of 'an early -TIger. FOR SALE-New seven-room house '

.F reply, with all modern conveniences. E. Merchants who Electric
It's the early bird that catches Ue worm. use Signs never lose
Very truly yours, H. Gore, 409 Anderson St. 7t. Oscar Hand&Son I
No doubt you've often heard.
t ARTHUR J. WALKER,. But don't forget Itls the early worm WANTED COOK-Man or woman, ina I their way by choosing the wrong road to. suc- f

'' Apopka, Florida. That's caught by-New the early York bird Telegram.:. private family. Apply to Sentinel cess. You simply cannot fail to attract new

; Sanford, Florida, Dec. 1st. 1912. office, City. 3t I
I 1 if
customers you use an Sign. It acts
Mr. Arthur J. Walker, "What Is a young man to do when LOST-Between E. South street and Successor to E Hand II
arrested Episcopal Church, small pin with like an, irresistible all the
Apopka>> Florida. his attention has been by a magnet, drawing
hair under side inscribed I
glass on one -
Sirf pretty.girl 1' Little Julia on other side. Returnto FULL LINE OF COM trade within its reach: That is the reason

': Your favor of the thirtieth of No- "Why, carry his case to court. of Sentinel and receive reward.TO PLETE HOUSE FUR.
command the
course-Red Hen. they attention of buyers.
vember to hand, in relation'the LET-Four room house in Concord NISHINGS
I Park. Rent low. Apply to J. L.
lines for the
proposed new county. Oft to his home he walked afar Frost West Amelia Ave. 4tt
We beg to inform you, that no When courting did the brother, COME IN AND SEE US | For Every Store Owner
, But not once misses now his car
official status has been given any lines
Stopping to kiss his mother.
p and up to this date no lines have been Lipplncott's. '. No matter how small his business, the Electric -

officially have selected.We a committee. on this most "Hard Rorllnwife-- you've got, Bill. t I-, ftC: < !0..C.. 1QIIScIIS ...: Sign is the cheapest and most effective

"Yes; I wish I'd a couple more like zaclll-= -.W GIIS-
important and it : : advertising. '
question as soon as her.-Sydney Bulletin. I < 0i..... = ,
a returns its report we will advise you "J- lISu' s ::; WELCOME TO Phone for .
= .! ts :: "C 00 our Sign Designer to call and submit 1

of its decision. They thought their troth eternal, Ofo-- ; <.c: sketch. '
a .
Most, respectfully yours, But time plays sorry trim: O .s.5 c a3W. ROYAL PALM

<" THOMAS.K. BATES, I She turned from home and husband m l' :: u .. ,, ..t..) I No Trouble to Us...No Expense to You. .
To take up politics, .. "C 0. .' .Z
Secretary to the Committee on County While he who swore to love her Z.lIS cac : = fIiI;: BARBER SHOPModern
'? '" Division. Till all the seas were,dry 0 'o 0oax clISac.c f
-t Upon a chorus beauty Ii "" = : )
"as'S r
,.- Now turns a longing eye.. ..- c: as"Q p and Complete.
Birmingham Age-Herald. Co... 1: t S

: That low seems to have 4.=. bo c5 "* awc ors Everything electric attachments new, at every a
> =
: 9 + a E c
Some one has figured that therewill made bit at home." M
a your Z"= Sac"O- .l4 has been left
t -d chair. No stone
be patronage for President Wil- "Yes; I' judge be has. Ma's Invest- < "CIIS.ac 0 IISIII y LI''m= "" unturned to make this shop COOK WITH GAS .

son to distribute which will amount to gatlngihis family tree and pa's lookingup fc8J5a&BsfiSiiS! bw : o of the
his commercial standing."-Washington meet th erequirements ftorMXMW&HWH 'MX
thirty .dollars in salaries. It's b3a of
Herald : lIS most particular. Plenty
easy to name,grand totals like this; O bC w: w '.: g ':. room. ,Courteous attendants.

few will try to,figure them out to see Among themselves the birds converse, mkdaQ ...S

if the sum is correct But the fact And though their secrets well they keep.We .O E-4 ...c.: .... 'O .:. .. III ELIJAH WHITEHEAD,
remains that President Wilson has a know that some are not so worse 00. = ac Proprietor. v

very fine lot of patronage at his disposal I But sparrows' talk Kansas is always City cheep.Star. < A I :G),'"?''OMV1d.: wI Orange Ave Orlando, na.I .\\ The Little Tea Room
.. lIS 0 "C ..
r \ ; G)' t
.and he will have 1.0spe'nd a good *< = sTT' >Mei< r
"Fine climate you have here, so bracing Z: 105 E. Pine Street Orlando Fla.
deal of his time determining who is ,.! .. ,
remarked the casual visitor. : I iI8
entitled to be put on Uncle Sam'ssalary O il:1ifii c.g
"Yes pretty good allowed the village 0
list. He began with his cabi- .
I '
pessimist "but them M aClfihaa "AN EXCLUSIVE FOR LADIES"
n net, which seems to be pretty satis- automobilists come along and pump the 0 < ,: "C. u',: 1: .. SHOP

factory to the public, and he will keep air Into their pneumatic tires."-Pittsburgh t icaAwE ART BAZAAR AND WOMEN'S EXCHANGE. FINE

v. right on through the long list !of places Press. I THE[ OAKlAND I I HANDWORK._ EMBROIDERIES, STAMPED
to fill. The sooner he finishes withit GOODS. ORDERS TAKEN FOR HOME-

the more merciful he will be to Poor Adam had a lonely spellHis
years were full of pain COMMERCIAL PRINTINGWe : ,
those who are not chosen.Mr. For there was no one he could ten ALSO CUT FLOWERS
v Bryan is of course more than The bright things said by Cain. have the best equipped print- THE CAR \l j

ing plant in the city, for doing Commercial DAINT REFRESHMENTS'SERVED TO ORDER
satisfactory to mass of Democratic Full sad his lot and passing sore
voters. Next to him in widespread ,And bitter too, forsooth. Work.* Your order large or THAT EVERYBODY
Franklin For there was no one he could bore small, is handled here by trained experts 'k Agency for
is K. Lane whose
popularity When Abel got a tooth.
-Cincinnati,Enquirer whose knowledge of the print- TAIlING
,conscientious and very able work on SPIRELLA CORSETS
Commisson I er's art is unquestioned. Accurate, ,.
the Interstate Commerce
"Jack? Why he's one if the best reliable service prompt and courteous ABOUTASK L MBS. VAN BUSKffiK,
has stamped him as a friend and Corsetiere'I
the boys under the sun. treatment to all, that's why this
f' champion of people. His rise has '
; "Yes but you ought to see him when establishment has_grown by leaps and FOR ISTR&TIOI t;
but deserved.
been,rapid the stars are out"-Smart Set. bounds. S

LOST-A1 package containing hair, ,Little And Bo this Peep was began the only'to reason weep : We want THE your SENTINEL Printing. I SEE ,
between.Livingston .and .West St. She missed her guess on a new fan. drat. i' Phone 24. Court Street MAGRUDER mE SEIt mR THE IS. tI
And ound It was out of season.Judge's
4 ;FinderJuit b17'arded. by leave Library Arcade Building \ ,
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, :Who ,could have-dreamed 10 years

'ago tuw\fciiiBett'wfcat proportions'would: reach the ?moving You look pic- *LA& TRUSt I COMfANr J,

' ed If\ ;it then simply as a popular Ion ire& Hatched\

I whim roller The that skating last would available hardly figures keep show.up with that T CapHal art Surptas art UriivUei Profits $120,001.00. .

these. shows have box office receipts' Total lesewces over T&ree-parkrs of a Million.
of $102,000,000 a year. Fourteen hundred -
regular play houses have consequently -
Report of the Condition of Orlando
boarded up their: doors or
swapped live actors for films. -very properly and'satisfactorily watched-if the timepiece you're 4 Bank and,Trust Co,'Condensed
The positive, announcement by Mr. i carrying was bought at Allen's. rI3 From Report to Comptroll
Edison that he has perfected an invention It S, er Feb. 4, 1913
to combine pictures with a We specialize in equipping men whose. timepieces must be ab- i4 1. RESOURCES'Loans
phonograph promises added imeptusto solutely accurate. 1 : 4 r
and Discounts .....$393,161.05
a business that draws three timesas Our line embraces standard make in } Overdarfts .............. 193.3
many people as the regular dram every ; cases to suit the y
Stocks and Bonds .......
all carrying the Allen 26,018.33
guarantee sold
atic companies.The purse and at the Allen prices, t
Estate, Furniture and
cost of regular dramatic pro- which average twenty per cent less. *' Fixtures ... .......... 25,853.44
ductions has been steadily mounting, ? Cash
Our jewelry and watch repair department has # on hand and in Banks 215,08183
as board and lodging for traveling enjoyed rapid and :
companies, cost of scenery, and laborin steady growth for many years, ever since we have been in business. : :
Prompt, accurate and skillful handling of $660,311.18
shifting and arranging same, con- every job entrusted 3
higher. to us is the only reason we can think of for it.Allen I '. LIABILITIESCapital z
stantly grew .IL Stock ...........$100,000.00Surplus
.Then came the moving picture show .
and Undivided I 1
. and beat out the barn stormer com. _: Profits ... ........... 22,832.33
pany of actors. The actual with background t Deposits ...,.......,.... 537,418.85 z
of .a picture show, real ..
buildings, tree foliage shimmering in
the ,breeze, shadows flickering on the $660,3108
is much superior painted ,r We invite .
ground as tq & Co. the attention of our customers _
I f s
scenery al old ocean isto the marine and friends to our statement
chromo. Many a regular dramatis above ,and wish to assure them that 3
company also is far inferior in ,' :. jIi------ we appreciate their patronage and
brains, and often no better stage tech Orlando w, . : ask for a continuance of same. !
nique*than the ordinary local amateur Florida Don't forget that our deposits are V

performance put on for charity.It .. insured.A 1
costs no money to board a picture cordial invitation is extended to I
film, and it is carted around the II visitors in our city to call and open
country, not in Pullmans, but in I Government'State and County Depository. an account with u. .Y
freight cars. The one thing desirable : L'SIIIa J
about the moving picture business :;:: 0 0 iiii -
is that the public should care more .
for really educative pictures of travel
rather than dramas of crime and wild IIIIIIMIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIHIII IIIMtMtttttMtllMimMHMIIIIMM k
life faked in some city suburb. But the .
tawdry thriller of elopements and pistols -
often seems to draw the most r t

hand claps. .
Sherman Kennan to Dehlia Murray. : "
Wnu Clark and wife to Alice Elli Boys Straw Hats in all thee 'r.' .,'._, /
son.' ,newest shapes. Nice line of .
Stella Harding and husband to Wm.
F. Davis. Panamas for $5. My spring .

Edwin Dice and'wife to J. D. Me- Trouser line is
now complete f

Helvey.Scott W. R. Munger and wife'to' R. W." in til.new shades. LEND OS # YOUR El :i

,Prosper Colony Co, to Anna L r
Davy <':
V. 0. Perkins, et at,.to J, 0. Brock. t l

Jna A. McGill ,and' ,: wife to Epsu Clark Robertson .
D. B.. Sphaler. and wife to. W. H. STRIDES IN ESTABLISHING ORLANDO f

Levinar.W. R. Munger and wife to Jerry Successor to Jerome Palmer & Co. '

C. M. Simpson.W. 'I

. E. Gore and wife to Paul Bas- -,-- -- THE PERFECT MARKET

sev.J., Jackson and wife to Taylor Jack . 1=
i m
\I -.i
Patrick. THE NEW CASH A STORECor. 1 J.

J. H. Barton and wife.to A. Nathan

land wife. Meats and Game j
Lula Adams to Geo. T. Gaines.W. Best Poultry
South and Hughey Sts. ,
E. Gore .and wife to'W.. M.

.Mashburn..hn M. Gardner et aL, to W. M. WE BUY FOR CASH AND SELL FOR CASH WE Satisfactory Accurate Service t s sOUR
l ,

D. L. Pierson and wife to G. R.. QUENTLY CAN KEEP OUR PRICES DOWN .
R H. Marks and wife to Louisa Our Prone No. is DELIVERY-PROMPT AND RAPID-MEANS YOUR ,
And ad Order will.Hav Attention .and will 'be
,Emma E. Williams and husband to -
Clara 'Harvey to Roy 0. Harvey: Delivered to Any Part of the. City.

H. Carl Dahn. Over this. List of :
Look. Specialties
G. 0. Hatcher and wife to Allen D. B. RAYBON, Proprietor ORLANDO, FLA. ,

and Phyllis\Courtney.D. .
W. Currie and wife to Currie
1 s
C. Dann and wife to C B. Lam- IIHMMIIMIilMIIMMIIttinittlllMltMMMItimi.

son.terman..nd.F T.. P B.

Geo. E. Morse to Charlotte Morse.

P. B. Haynes and wife to Jacob.
Ivanicik. The trend of Orlando's Growth is ;

E. F. Sperry and wife to Mary' E. Northeast. Lewter's Addition and .
Fetrick. J
E. F. Sperry and wife' to E. E. Sunshine Park are there. Near by H. M. SELF & CO. ;
Fetrick. is Paradise Hill. Let me show you
W. C. Person, et aL, to Nichols '
Wagoner. No. 18 20 East Pine Street PHONE,N0.80UNDERTAKER

Sarah H. Sweet ,and husband to '. .. .';, :.- "
|John M. Pressey. : '. '" ' :;
Ellen M. Robinson and husband to' F. A. LewterHttllllltJHtlllMtiHIMMMItMtMIIIIIIIMtlllH I .'-r.. .. .. -' . .
| E. C Moore. I II
Geo. L Atkins to Elizabeth M.

Elizabeth M. Furen to Nellie Furen. .I - .
S. Land Home Co., to Chester Hen-!I HHIIIIIimiliilMI }
Land Home Co., to Wm. HennI }. r ,; IF ITS ANYTHING IN

Land. Home Co., to Wm. Henni- DRUGS' PHONE
r TR f'\ '
PING 's EeT.
Ison. J '
; '
Arthur Schultz,Thos. M. HenkeL DeUNfY DRUG ,

Whenever you want painting oi| 8 BEAUTIFUL. LOTS ON. LAKE MttlMMlliMMMMtMl,- ,,, ,- --'' '-- t. COMPANYQUICK
I papering done in a first class man- SEE.. .SLAUTER'S NEW' .. "
ner, it will pay you to call on W. T.' EOLA, can be bought very shy *: :I':.FRANK,: HYERS, . DELIVERY

JEntrican, 28 East Pine street. the SOIL ;!PIPE CONNECTION'MMMMillllliililllMI: I J .Jfcumfaeturer of f Artificial
\reasonable. Inquire at ;,'" .a..' _, 9 I ".Steae, Ftacy Colamns and Watkins BoUdb?. .,
. .:. '
Stt Petersburg will' again contest : "T Ornamental 'WorkIawinBstoti .
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I When Bishop Vincent stepped upon
Louis'C.. Massey President.
s the platform, the audience arose and

J T. Pietae Wtrlow. Vice_Fr& S. Waiters Howe, Cashier gave him such a hearty Chautauqua

T Howud C Babcock. AM'. C \ier Samuel A.Newell AM t Cuter \ : salute that it resembled a Dakota

When the founder and father of the >- ,.

great Chautauqua movement lifted -

THE'STATE' his voice in behalf of "That Boy,"

there was that same rich melody in .
those measured tones as of years : .

gone by. That rich message to boys

BANK and strong plea for boys will live .

and bear fruit, long after Bishop Vin-

H shall have put on immortality.He WIDOWS

began by saying that he would .
present that boy by means of word

of Orlando, pictures. His first was a portrait of

two little girls having a tea party
and having a toy table, toy dishes .
and a toy supper; two little boys and all those who have been deprived

j; ESTABLISHED IN 1893THIS peaking through the key hole, after of their natural protectors and desire t

repeated entreaties were admitted to '.. information, assistance, or advice,
the tea party upon their solemn
will receive here the same careful
the oldest Bank in Orlando, has' had nearly promise to be good. conservative and respectful consideration ,

But no sooner admitted than they '.
of experience of banking in this would desire for
twenty years began teasing the little girls. One we our own

;I section ol Florida. It offers its services to all wish- swallowed the cake including the plateat I loved ones under similar conditions.

one gulp; the other sent the tea pot Whatever your requirements may .
busines with bank carefully con-
: ing to transact a and all down his throat without ,
any be, it is always a pleasure} to serve
ducted on conservative: banking principles. formality, in fact boy like, they broke you. .
s .
up that well ordered tea party. No

brush could have painted the boy more j I

We draw drafts on all parts of the world and buy accurately than did Bishop Vincent inj

and sell domestic exchange. that word presented picture.He the. boy almanac [ PEOPLES l[ NATIONAL l BANK

only a man of his ripe experiencecould TIEa

4. and every boy and man, aye, every -
with others include
correspondents many
mother present made the application special enclosure, desk, chairs, tellers .

the National Park Bank, New York; First National that touched home experiences. window and entrance to cashier's office

The boy equation was summed up in maintained for ladies.
Bank Philadelphia; Third National Bank, Atlanta;
the make up of motherhood. He said
"Tbe Progressive Baik" Your account solicited
Merchants Mechanics National Bank Baltimore; that in a foreign land where the

highest test of manhood was made

Continental & Commercial National Bank Chicago. : when a boy applied for a job, he was I

f National Bank of Cbmmerce St. Louis. questioned[ first as to his mother. Was \
she a Christian? Was she honest? I

Was she industrious? Was she truthful '
Hiiiiiiiiiiil ? All these questions for the pur- ,. .. ,. ' !
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pose of ascertaining the influences I. 'c" \ ,.r.: ,..,' ", , ; 1 < .... O' -.
MeCRAKEN-JENKINS. I NEWS FROM ALL PARTS OF that were thrown around 'that boy < ..
during the formative period of life.
A quiet; wedding took place last FLORIDA.
His for the in the home
evening at six o'clock when Dr. Ricket, plea boy i .
was touching, asking,for him a
Church Home' and Hospitals I
of the Customs house receipts 'in Tampa I
toleration and closer
kindly friendship
Chapel, united in marriage Mr. Roy last week amounted to $34,484.
} McCraken and Miss Calla T. JenkinS.fro Between parent and son. -

and Mrs. McCraken, ,stole a The tomato season is on at Pompano He urged that the boy should be'

march on ,their friends who were lying but the prices are so low that required to remain at church servicesas

in wait for them with a showering every thing is very discouraging at no Sabbath school could take the KISSIMMEE MUNICIPAL *

i of rice and old shoes, by slipping away present place of the church service. He would PRIMARY INTERESTING

1 to Winter Park, where they took the not have the church service prolongedby '
the rendering of artistic music bya A Large? Assortment (of
which will be their
train for Tampa, The St Petersburg Board of Trade Bass and Lilly Will Be in Another,
paid choir. It his belief that
future home. Mr. McCracken is man-
will make an effort to have the present Race Next SaturdaySaturday's \
} ager of the National Biscuit Com- much of the so-called artistic choir
schedule in effect between there white primary in Kis-
pany's interests.in that city. and Jacksonville retained through the music was contrary to the spirit of simmee resulted as follows in themayor's
Their Orlando friends willwish worship and detrimental to the best
many New S
summer. race: id Summer Woolens
f Sin
c them long life and.happiness. ." .- interest of the worshipers and tendedto Fred Bass .. .. .. ... .... ... 156 .
detract attention from the real
Hon. J. H. Hancock, attorney of Judge J. W. Lilly . .. . . 121 .
of the service and above all
SAYS AMERICANS BACK OF Fort Ogden and vice-president of the purpose Dozier Leitner .. .. .. . . 111

.1J'. i""-..,..1."..,,, REVOLT<_ .._.I..... ... Punta Gorda Bank, is having erectedat tired the with boy the and whole put him service.out of patience J. M. Taylor ...... .. .... 13 embracing the most favored
Interest manifested throughoutthe
Gorda handsome home
1 Special. id the SentiikMexico a One by one the Bishop flashed the day in the mayor's due to
which will cost $4,000. race, .
City, March 11.-Charges pictures before the audience beginningwith the fact that J. M. Taylor who was weaves, has just arrived from our
the sweet and
babyhood days
F' that an American syndicate is financially The big Baptist revival in Tampawill one of the last to enter, had been
closing with the well developed
the revolt of former young
: supporting last .another week. Already one agitating many public matters, in an Tailors .
his father to the last Chicago
Governor Jose, Maytorena, in Sonora, hundred and twenty-five people have man obeying endeavor to get before the voters. ,
hour and and his mother
1 loving obeying -
sensation here today. Thet'
created a The most amusing feature of the t
been converted and a number of ad-
made in the remaining her pride and supportto
charges were 'formally contest banner which
ditions was a was hungup
made to the different churches
Chamber of Deputies Mohena.last night by. in that city. b. . The the end lecture of her was dais a masterpiece on earth. and at ,the city hall where the voters ED. V. PRICE & CO.:
Deputy Querido came to cast their ballots early in
r delivered so masterfully that it seemed -
the day by Mr. Taylor reciting his rec-
DeLAND Apalachicola people ,are rejoicingover
JOLLY PARTY MOTOR TO almost incdedible that a man'of

.4 the news that has just been re eighty-two years was the artist ord church as member a citizen,and a student official., and These a If you'll make an early selectionof

5 Misses Agnes and Willie Person, ceived from Washington to the effect There will be two opportunities yet

Miss Ruth McIlvaine and Miss Willie that $75,000 for a Government build- to hear him and these opportunities bold paragraphs brought Mr. Taylor and let take '
style us
thirteen votes. pattern
Stringfellow, returned to Orlando ing for that city has been includedin should not be sacrificed. ,
the appropriation bill. Fred Bass:and Judge Lilly, having
Monday night after a delightful automobile Miss Meddle 0. ,Hamilton, who may polled the greatest -vote will run the

trip to DeLand, where they -' truly be said to be the adopted daughter race off in the second primary next your correct measure for your
Mrs. Alexander. Hiram Rogers was badly injured
were the guests of of the Chautauqua movement .
in St Petersburg Saturday, when his Saturday.'The
I made her first appearance for this suit We will
SERVING DUE NOTICE automobile turned turtle, pinning him regular election will occur on Easter guaranteeyou
c season on the program and it is to March 29.
under it. He sustained fractu'redskull
Your. purposes, President Wilson, be regretted that 4:30 is the only hour
F. W. Pittman Floyd Tyson,
and his front teeth smashed
Are noble do not doubt were complete satisfaction.
we ; that can be figured out for her great'work. present day and night marshals, respectively -
WomenTo out He is in a critical condition.
But you're going to need*Us very At the mother ChautauquaNew will run the race over for

help you carry them outSuffragist! York and at the great Winona marshal in the second primary.
Thirteen cars of celery and four I
Assembly, Miss Hamilton hash prominent L. H. Cohoon defeated H. M. Breaker Brown &
cars of lettuce were shipped from the LartigueOAKLAND.
hour in the forenoon and her for the one year term in council
celery Thursday and twentytwocars
NOTICE PRESBYTERIANSPrayer work is a valuable contribution to any to succeed John M. Lee, resigned.G. .
of celery Friday, with four cars
Chautauqua I program. J. W. and
H. Prather, Thompson
meeting this evening at 7 of lettuce. Prices are still holding
Today's Program. Dr. T. M. Rivers were nominated for
o'clock, instead of 7:30. This is so fair.-Sanford Note in Tampa Tri
Morning Session. the two-year terms in councilJ.
that people who wish may attend theChautauqus. bune. plished by the series of meetings.
10:30 Address: Bishop J. H. Vincent. R. Gilbert for city clerk had no
Mr. Robert T. Cochran of New
The power and ice plant in Fort Afternoon Session. opposition.J.

Idaho has passed a law forbiddingrace Myers has been purchased by a syndi- 2:30 Prelude: Fellow's Grand Opera Z. Robertson, for city treasurer, Oakland, March 10.-The basketball day.York, was on our streets last Fri-

cate of Eastern Company. had no opposition.The between the Oakland Winter
track gambling. Wonder if the capitalists, known as game
Idaho courts will protect the people the Engineers' Security Company of 3:00 "Sunshine and ShadowV. A. W. grand lodge Knights of Pyth- l Garden girls and the Sanford girls ORLANDO ,FIFTEEN THOUSANDBY

j ; against this impious attack upon their New York. The plant will'be remod- (Sunshine) Hawks. I,.ias of Florida convene here next Saturday afternoon resulted in a vic 1915.

constitutional right to be fleeced by eled and the capacity increased from 4:30. C. L. S. C. Raund'Table: Med Wednesday, and the committee on tory for the Oakland Winter Garden The celebration of the Panama Ca-

p bookmakers? fifty tons of ice per day to one hun- die 0. Hamilton. arrangemepts are anticipating a girls by a score of 12 to 6. All present nal will be in 1915.,
dren tons per day. Evening Session. large attendance. enjoyed the game very much and pro-
There will be who not afford
Mr. R. B. Yancey, of Salisbury, N. 7:30 Musical Prelude: Fellow's nounced it to" be a fine one. many can
to attend that celebration
. C., arrived in Orlando last night and The third biennial convention of Grand Opera Company. AUTO ACCIDENT NARROWLY A great many fishing parties are in. the Sandy City great on the Pacific

registered at the San Juan. the Woodmen of the World, jurisdiction 8:00 Monologue Reading, by Miss AVERTED seen on the big lake every day and Coast. To such we extend an invita-

five, State of Florida, and its Gay Zenola MacLaran, of New some fine catches are brought in daily. tion to visit Orlando in 1915 and help
Mr. F. C. Huntington, of Burlington auxiliary branch,'the Woodmen's Circle York City. The picnic and fish fry at the Hick- celebrate the fullness of her

Vt,' was among the late arrivals will meet in Tallahassaa today Those acquainted with Chautauquawork Yesterday two large autos going in orys, the residence of Mr. George tion of a city of fifteen thousand expecta-
at, the San Juan last evening. and remain in session three days. know the real value that is con- opposite directions on Kuhl avenue Bowen, last Thursday,twas a grand ulation.
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. About one thousand delegates are ex- tained in today's program. Bishop came near having a head-on collision success and all present had a fine Orlando fifteen thousand by 1915,
A Car of White Sewing Machines pected to be present Vincent needs not a word. Mr. Hawks that might have proven fatal to the time. is '
Just arrived. See Magruder, 82 Ar- fills a place on all large Chautauqua occupants of the cars. This street is The remodeling of the Atlantic our

cade Building. The police often get'those who help programs and Miss MacLaran is an in such bad condition the sand beingso Coast Line depot at this place greatly DUE TODAY

themselves. artist in her line and always pleases. deep that it is necessary for
improved the and the en-
An interesting game of polo will be o autos to speed up to get through it appearance The steamer Cretan, Capt Wood, of

played at the Fair Grounds Friday Love doesn't laugh at the smith FAVORS CANAL SYSTEM. Those cars' coming at a good "Speed largement. h1ie is a ,great accommodationto the Merchants and Miners Transpor

afternoon. whQ repairs automobiles.o undertook to turn out for each other the p tation Company, is due to arrive today

but the deep sand interfered and the Miss' Elsie Baxter of Lake Helenis from Baltimore with passengers
Special to the Sentinel
Mr. W. E. Wilson, of Newark, N. J., often after a man has done. Madison, Wis., March 11.The: Wilson two cars came so close that the fend 'visiting her. sister, Mrs. R. I,. Smith. and freight cargo and will be mooredat

is in the city today a guest of the his duty it refuses to stay done. I legislature will be asked to en- ers rubbed in passing. Mr.. .and Mraj Henry S>kith ,and Merchants and Miners terminal,
children of Chicago are visiting. Mr. foot Water street The Cretan is
J San Juan.Some o dorse a project for connecting: Lake This is the most used street leadingto t, '
i The man who is too lazy to workis 1 I Superior and the Gulf of Mexico for the city and it is to be hoped that F. a M. _Sato for,a few Weeks. scheduled to steam tomorrow afternoon -"

Y a' men' would rather steal a always seeking ,a public office I steamboat traffic. More particularly, the street 'committee..will be aWe-to Dr. Wiley if conducting a pro- for Baltimore via SavannabvjTuaefUaion.

poor living than earn a good one. i-o I it proposes to canalize the waterwaysfrom find some suitable, :material' with traeted meeting&is wr at the Freebyterfan .

A bachelor says pin money is so i Lake Superior to the Mississippi which to build a good road- :hwe+ :before darch,' Started" with

Curtis &; O'Neal's for real'estate, called because wives stick their husbands river at Prescott, Wis., making it some acddeat oeean' that;wffl the, '_ttentfo.?;aervieefWft4 ,_ '.. f. ,_life_ Jafffeet Sbttfiiberter's big stock of

loam, insurance and rental. for it navigable for boats of heavy draft., involve the .eHyia_ ',i!L iittk' ,. tin-*-BM, *!"- .'feed wfll be'fteeea. I Her. **- ...J.. 3

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