The daily sentinel
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Title: The daily sentinel
Uniform Title: Daily sentinel (Orlando, Fla.)
Alternate Title: Daily South Florida sentinel
Physical Description: 1 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: Josiah Ferris
Place of Publication: Orlando Fla
Creation Date: March 13, 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
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Direct Service, Postal Telegraph until a. m. PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING EXCEPT MONDAY Orlando-Progressive Center of the State


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r Special to the sentineLWashington Special'to the SentinelConstantinople S!p cUl to, the Sentinel Special to the Sentinel ,
;, March 12.-President Special to the SentineLWashington March 11.-A de Ottawa, Canada, March 12.-Dr. Special to the SentinelJacksonville Kissimme, Fla., March 12.The ia_ '
!. Wilson was urged by RepresentativeOscar March 12.President spairing cry of "I can hold out only a friedman, the German specialist on I March 12.-A well nual Grand Lodge of the Knights of

Underwood, Democratic leader, Wilson conferred today with Under week longer," was sent in cipher by pulmonary troubles in speaking today I dressed man, apparently thirtyfiveyears Pythias convened here today with delegates -

today to postpone the date of the extra :wood of the Ways and Means Committee wireless today from Shukri Pasha, before Duke Conneaught, the Govern- !J I of age was arrested at the Un in attendance from all parts of i
session of Congress at least one I on tariff and other matters of Turkish commander of Adrianople, to or-general of Canada and a large ion Station this morning as he stepped the State. It is expected that Hu.
,Underwood's his officers here according audience of physicians and prominentmen from Coast Line W. J. Sears of this .
week. As a result of Mr. legislation. These things were added: superior a pullman train from city, will be
suggestion recently the President had The extra tariff session be called to unofficial reports. in the domain, explained for the the north due here at 7:35. The arrest vated to the grand chancellor's clues

filed upon April 1. Mr. Underwood to- for April seventh. Shukri, who has held out for many first lime outside of Germany his was made by local detectives in response The twenty-eighth annual convention
day advised the President that the Necessity for tariff revision down months against the hundreds of seige :method by which he discovered Turtle to a telegram from Boston : met at noon and was presUeA

Ways and Means Committee would require ward will be recommended by the guns of the Bulgarians and Servians, serum, which he claims will cure tu-;which read: over by the Hon. Hilton S. Hamptu%

more time in preparing the new president as the most urgent legislation is said to have informed the Portein berculosis. I|| "Arrest Francis LaMayne, wanted of Tampa, grand chancellor.The .
tariff bIkInasmuch with reference to the needs of. his message that Adrianople is The German doctor said he had for' swindling the Boston Colonial. grand keeper of records alb
;, as Mr. Wilson has said he revision of the money laws and the practically at the end of its suppliesof spent, twenty-three years in bacterio-;([r Bank of Boston, out of $14,000," The seals is Col. William H. Lati1IIl1', if
would be guided by Rouse leaders, it earlyp assage of legislation insuring food and ammunition, while there' logical research to find tuberculosis telegram came from the Pinkerton Tavares, and he and Grand Chanrdkr
'was regarded as practically certain Philippines legislation. is much sickness, especially scurvey bacilli which was virulent and when'I Detective' Agency early this morning,I Hampton, as well as the other granl-

today, that the new Congress would Special messages to be sent by the, and intestinal disorders, which are he found this, h etried it upon himself !i. which told also how the man was fly- officers, have been very zealous at
not'convene before April 7 or 8. Mr. president in which his legislative ravaging the defenders' ranks. first, until the effects poved harmless.Dr. ing to Cuba. Shortly after receiving their efforts in behalf of the ore

TJaderwood discussed with the President views be set before Congress.The The commander, who has offered Friedman, is the guest of the Duke I, the telegram the alleged swindler was during the past several months, sal
the advisability of'including anydung conservative revision as planned such a lond and gallant defense, urges Connaught while here. He gave a in the hands, of the'local police. as a result there has been a mufctf

U101'&t'ha. the tariff in his first by Underwood and his committee either that peace negotiations be hastened clinical demonstration ofh is vaccineon i On receiving the telegram, Detect- increase in membership by initiating

message to Cbt ress. It was expected 'was approved .instead of a sweeping or that an immediate attempt to about a dozen patients before.members ive W. C. Crawford, J. J. Lord, and, transfer and reinstatement.
that Cabinet would be submitted to downward cut whlck would disturb I relieve the city be undertaken from I of the Canadian Anti-tuberculosis t Jesse Greek, the officer at the depot,, The delegation from Jacksonville g

the Cabinet tday. legitimate bus unnecessarily.. the Tchatalja lines. Association and invited guests. He I made rapid preparations to meet the a large one, and they are all men:wta.
The Pres'ltont's proclamation is expected Neither the president nor the members The Turkish ministry is divided in later attended sessions of the associa-, 7:30 train passing through here to have been active in their lodges;pro&-
to point out that the extra ststton of the cabinet'will interfere with :opinion and will have difficulty in tion. Key West. LaMayne had been de- inent among them being Past :Grays

is taltod for the purpose of "revisinf the; work of the'Ways and Means Com- Teaching any solution of the problem Dr. Friedman left for Toronto tonight scribed as a man thirty-five years of Chancellors Robert J. Riles,.Jlar\hkB '
the tariff alone. Mr. Ui&erwooi mittee. I raised by the commander of the be- I where he will give a clinic age weighing about 150 pounds. His W. Stewart, H. H. Richardson aid

assured him today that H\>use Free trade members of the Ways seiged fortress. j I tomorrow: and return to New York height was given, and also the color William C. West, the la.4.named be'isf
'leaden TOuld be able ,to confine the and Means Committee will be given. The ferment aroused Vy the murder Friday to continue, tests before the' of his hair and mustache. I grand 'master, of the Txechequer if
tttriforat>f Congress to that subject, no comfort "by "President Wilson an I of the late Nazim Pasha continues to I United States government experts. I!'I i When the train pulled in from the the Grand Lodge.

'altiwugh 'several Democrats are still their demands Underwood for reductions threaten itkernal troutfle in Turkey.! North the police detectives spread outi District Deputy Grand Chancellsr

anrioraUo have then considered be- in the tariff below majority; At a service here today in memory of BBTTTAN & WAY AFTER BIG i and each one of them covered a section Frederick E. Kellum K here as representative

'foreihe regular session in Dev inber.'Mr. point of Ways and Means Committee Nazim, the officiating Musselman BUSINESSMr. of the line of cars. A well dress from Dixie Lodge No. JIVE

"Underwood said as he left the and they may decide as to what is priest pronounced a malediction on his ; ed man stepped fro mone of the Pull- Mr. Kellum has a gratifying repoiti*

'WhMfouse that the Democratic cau- necessary produce needed revemes assassins and on "thvse who have deceived W. M. Brittan of the real estate I mans. He suited the description ex- present, having held a number ofu -
ntwould decide whether Ifoe tariff for the government ifefc Sultan of Turkey, the leadof firm of Brittan & Way, sailed actly. cessful district meetings during lea

TCTB to"be revised in one bill, or each Harmony between the majority of the Musselman fiith." from New York yesterday for Belgi- I I Officer J. J. Lord stepped up to himI term...

-schedule taken up separately. As the< the Ways and Means Committee and sm, where a large real estate transaction I. and held him. Detective Cahoon, see The State Temple of Pythian Sa; ;.:
"feOTte been prepared, he aid, it will the president will be maintained,said TODAY'S CH1UTAUQUA. relative to Florida lands ing that Lord had, his man, came up. ters will be in session at Kissimme )
lie in easy task for the caucus to decfie TJnderwooH, after that committee has awaits his arrival. i "What is your name?" was the first during the Grand Lodge period. JaAsonviMe .
.< 'ttther way. voted tm"the third article in tentative 10:30 Address: "Sunday Scbt .1 IB This,,firm has been working for words fired at the stranger by the Lodge No. 3 and Royal PaJa ;

I schedules. The entire tariff 'legislation -t Three Centuries," Bishop John":" some tfm on a proposition which if :sergeant of the local man hunters. I Temple No. 9 are both represented
-KSK OF FINE CLOTH OVER- win HK submitted tt the "fcemo- H.'Vinvent: consumated- will :mean saore''for '"Francis-That is-I-: : er-" three' delegates each.

'REACHES COVECTENT erat caucus to be hell before the 2:30 Prelude: Y llow's Grand. Opera development of Orange county than "Your name is Francis LaMayne," The representatives to the Grail

COSTUMES.Special xtra session convenes, April seventh. '< Company.; any transaction in the history of the ; said Detective Cahoon."I Lodge from Montefiore Lodge No. t

3:00 ""Monologue Reading: "Hebecc I: county. Indeed, the deal is of such I guess you are right said the Jacksonville, are Walter Taylor E&
to the' Sentinel MADEKU1TES TAKE THE HELD. of Sunnybr Farm,"try"Kat immense magnitude that its far reaching man, who was at once taken to the wards, James Alonzo Dawson .ad
.. "'Washington1veh Ik-John Waa.umaker 1Jouglas'W1ggins, read fry"Miss importance can hardly be appre-I police station. Walter S. Russell, and from S. DP I
the New York wd Washington Special to the Sentinel Gay Zenola MacLaran. dated or realized on first impulse. Much Money Found. .*v Lodge No. 15. George P. Allen, MfUs .
'merchant paifl'to the government Doughs, Ariz. March 11 Oro,hun-I 8:00 'Concert: Tellow's Grand Opera .I t is one of those large financial There was some excitement around Endel and J. C. Durrance 't

;, $ OOOOO to settle sums xf which the dnd "Maderoites left here this afternoon I < Company. Goodbye words propositions, that have to be conduct.I the police station when LaMayne was I .. .

treasury had been defrauded during 'and crossed the border and were :and prophecies for the year to ed with great skill and deliberation, searched. Over $5,000 in cash and a ORDERS ISSUED .FOR THE 11Jt" f'
1 the last fifteen years 'trough irregular seen in possession of Agora ?r eta.I come. and all things have to be done in conformity villianous looking revolver were taken SPECTION OF FLORIDA *
practices in the importation of I The band secured one hundred and This will be the last opportunity I with the United States statutes from the pockets of his neat brown TROOPS. tr.'i
temples of merchandise. !twertty rifles and twenty thousand to aear Bishop Vincent and those who with reference to, sale of lands suit ._' .!

"!Treasury officials working up the cartridges which General Oje8a had do not hear'him miss a real oppor I. to a foreign corporation, and this There were also some exclamationsof Orders have -been issued -.1
investigation were confronted with the him when he evacuated tunity. A large audience should by
left behind greet
conservative firm have been persistently various kinds when four ant General J.
$1,000 Clifford R.
difficulty of finding records for the the town. At six' o'ehek f oar hundred II Bishop"Vincent s morning. and quietly at work for some bills were drawn from the pockets, to- the annual inspection of the Adjue'j'j
entire time involved, but upon the re- Maderoites win ,hadbeen The snonolnogoe reading by fIBS
and fifty more time on this proposition of huge pro. gether with ten $100 bills, one $20 State Troops All officers
cords of five years the government summoned from the south by MacLaran, and the renderings of the portions. bill and are instructed .
Express orders.A '
money to order their
men out and to ,
losses were approximated and a settlement leaders here arrived and went to fellow's Grand ,Opera Concert Con-
a Every citizen of Orange county, will wire
was immediately sent to the get all equipment in
the proper shape far J
was accepted a covering Prieta. panyw:1l fill out a good day's _
Igna program profit by this transaction if it is
: Pinkerton Agency at Atlanta. It read: the visit of the State and Federal :
entire period in which the practices Two'hours later, Broeamonae, Trith and close the 1913 Chautauqua brought to a successful close and "Come and get man at I ficers. The of.:1:1
your once. first inspection
had will I.
extended. It was found that it four hundred men arrived and joined and your: attendance is very much every unselfish citizen who hopes for He may, try to free himself immedi made at Daytona
on April 7 and fee
been the'practice of the customs examiner desired. : .I
other"bands. Maderoites plans to start the speedy development of this great ately by habeas last at St.
corpus. Augustine
on May 2. ;,
at Philadelphia to pass sam- in pursuit of Ojeda early in the BMTOng. country will join with the Sentinelin
pfeeas of no value or an Intrincic out THE SEW FREIGHT AGENT Christopher C. Brown 211. _
wishing Brittan & Way
every success SARAH BERNHARDT IN AUTO First Lieutenant
each I, LaVergue L. Gregg
While the amount in case was ,
in this effort at so large a trans- I
ACCIDENT.Special of the United
i negligible compared to Mite volume of PLANT FARM STARTED.One The people of Orlando and all others action so full of promise. States army,have beat i. 'I
importations, in a period of .years it who have "business t. transact at the I The designated as inspecting officers far
to Sentinel
I the ant*
amounted to a considerable sum. of Orlando's new stunts is a Coast Line freight office will be pleased government, Major H. If.I .
'HONEY BOY" AT THE LUCERNE. Los Angeles, March 12.-Sarah Snow, Jr., of the
At rthe treasury department it was plant farm operated by the Piedmont to know that Mr. E. S. Keys is to I quartermastertt
Bernhardt, the world famous actress N. F. G. will
I corps, perform the
said today that no attempt to defraudthe the be the successor to the late J. W. same
Plant Company, which will supply ; t
Edward V. oneof the had both ankles
Cupero, njpst sprained in an automobile duties for the State. These
that appoi
customs had been shown and Gettier.Mr. -
truckers with sweet potato, beet, cauliflower famous musicians in the country, and accident, in Hico Heights in ments are all made subject to
Mr. Wannamaker co-operated in every and Keys has been at the head of chanft
tomato, pepper egg plants.POPE'S who has had wide in the outskirts of this ,
experience the city tonight when before the date set for the tour of tie
:way with the treasuryofficials the office work for a number of
years I
minstrel realm, is the leader of the her machine in which she was being State. t
reach estimate of the government'sJou. has
an CONDITION. and been a most accommodatingand I
big and exceptionally strong orchestra driven to the Orpheum Theatre from The dates for the inspection of tie
efficient man, and both the pub-
I with George Evans' "Honey Boy" Venice, collided with a heavy truck :different companies in the State hale
Sentinel lie and the railroad had I
to the
Special company
Minstrels, who appear at the Lucerne and was badly wrecked. Madame been set
March 12.-The of as : A
FELLOWS CONCERT COMPANYThe Rome, progress rated him at his true worth. The appointment -II
Fellows Concert Company have the Pope's Illness continues very fa comes to him unsolicited Theatre, Thursday, March 20. I' Bernhardt was thrown out. In addition Daytona, Miami, April 7; Key Weft;

already demonstrated their right to vorable. Recovery has been greatly and is a recognition of his ability I Besides bong a musical director of to suffering sprained ankles, April 10; St. Petersburg, April 11;
the mildness of i prominence, he has also written the she was considerably bruised. Despiteher Plant City, April 14
handle grand opera productions. Hereis helped by exceptional and fidelity. ; Dade City, AprS
and the i music for several operas and musical injuries, she proceeded in,another 15; Orlando, April 16 Ocala
a group of real musicians on the the season splendid sunny Here's to you brother Keys, and April IT?
road doing grand opera work for weather. The Pope this morning expressed here's to Orlando. Both are to be:I comedies and also composed a num- automobile to the theatre and rather Dunellon, April 19; Gainesville,.Apr
Chautauquaf, so that lovers of high a desire to resume the celebra congratulated. ber of popular songs. Before making I than disappoint the large audience, 21; Starke, April 22; Live Oak, AId
class music have these advantages tion of the mass on Palm Sunday, i iI I his debut on the minstrel stage, he she rehearsed her full program. The 23; Tallahassee, April 24; ApalacK-
I. was leader of several large bands in chauffeur of Bernhardt's car was badly cola, April 25 Pensacola
without going to an expensive institution March 16.GOLDEN. GRAND THEATRE ; April 28;
the country and at one time he was injured and was taken to the hospital DeFuniak
I to get it. Art and Honor, Lubin 'drama. i Springs, April 29; Jackson
RULE CHIEF TAKES directed: a musical organization of his.! r t l' "* ville April 30 2lack
Mr. Harry L Fellows is a musicianhe Dangers of the Street, Edison-de- ; Point, May J;
is an artist and has called tot STAND. scriptive. own. -**. h.dl.." .;': I I St Augustine, May 2.
t his support pcpufiar artists from the A Heroic Rescue,
musical world. The personnel of the Cleveland, 0., March 12.Chief of Her Only Son, Edison-comedY'1. COUNTRY, CLUB MEETING I I I cUI to the Sentinel, ...4... : DEAN SPENCER APPOINTED ,

company is as follows: Police Kohler probably will take the 3 reels 3 I ,-.a, Raleigh, N. C., March 12.-At the Spec!*] to the Sentinel '*

Miss Katherine Scott, soprano. stand tomorrow in his trial of chargesof Special feature for FridaY-"The I The Annual Meeting of,the Orlando II age of one hundred years, and five Washington, March 12.-Througfe

Miss Mabel Driver, 'Contralto. misconduct and gross immortality, Little Minister: consisting of three I Country Club will be heid Thursday I months, Mrs. Cornelia Helleman, died the efforts of Senator Fletcher, Dew''
Miss Marian Howard, Pianist, and give his version of events that' are reels. Every body will 'want to see I March 13th, 1913, at 7:30 p. m. at the I I here today. She was the great aunt .L A. Spencer, of Orlando, has iJes

Mr. William Kinkade, Tenor. alleged to have taken place in the this play San Juan Hotel of Dr. Len G. Broughton, formerly of :appointed special agent to look after -
Mr. F. E. Vanderbarg, Baritone. home of Samuel D. Schearer, on the I Election of officers and other bus Atlanta but .the welfare of the Seminole Indian
now living in London ;
Their entertainment if in two partsin night of 'June 5, 1912, and in whichhe ABOLISH DEATH PENALTY. I: ness. A full attendance is desired. and they will now get the relict whitfc

order to meet a popular demand and Mrs. Scharer are claimed-. to 1 'has been sought for them for year

The first IB a concert,program which have figured prominently. Special to the Sentinel I AT THE FAVORITE TODAY. Special to BRITISH The Sentinel SHIP SINKS. 'I A plan for their betterment will .be;:

get the attention of an average audience ,It is said Chief Kohler will seek,to Olympia, Wash. March 12.The Hamburg, March 12.-The sinkingof I worked out and it is believed Congreac

while in the second part they prove that his visit to the Schearer House' bill abolishing capital punishment -. Forest Rose, Thanhauaer. A great the British sailing vessel Glenalvon will generously co-operate with the

produce excerpts from the best known home on the night ,of June 5, was in Washington was passed bythe two reel western drama. off the mouth of the Elbe was reported State in their behalf.WEATHER .
to grand operas. They are a strong made on official business and that he Senate last night GOT., Teeter Shocking her Future Mother-in- there early today. She left REPORT. '

combination, of musicians.. will deny absolutely that he visited probably will approve the act Lawn Majestic, Comic. Mejfllones, Chile, on November'' 11, Florida Generally fair in south'artdcentral
Mrs. Schearer on the nights of February Come and
enjoy yourselves
Open with t cargo of nitrate. She carrieda portion.
. '; 'l" Inspect SkaiaJbarfer's! stock of 2 and May 23,1912;' as,the prosecution Come to Carts A O'Neal's for.your 2to6and6lbto10p.m.. I crew of thirty-six men, who, were northern portion Probably Thursday rain and in Fri fit

: Jiqde then' .. ,contends he did. Easier Bat., -Ben. :.Post OMce.'t, Five cents to all rescued; I day.

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Mrs. L M. Aten has for her guest,I '
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ICt Mrs.Pleasant Lawrence, Fla.Johnson,her cousin.,of I| Lord & Bradshaw f I LOOk LOOk !

Mrs. B.Haley,of Kissimmee, spent
Ionday with her sister, Miss Pearl | We wish to announce to our friends,and the public generally, 1i ---.-

Gunter that we have formed a partnership under the .|
; Mr. John Reeves and Miss Mabel
I --above firm name, for a general UNHEARD OF VALUESIN
Thompson, of Orlando, were guests II
Sunday at the Reeves home. .
|lr.. Paul,Barker, son of'Mrs. M. i Real_ Estate.and,Insurance 1I 1 ----- -
B. Barker, was in attendance at the I .
fcauguration of President Wilson, as business; and are centrally located ina ground floor office at No. | Shirts Hats Hose Sweaters
r.tadet of the West Point Military
Academy., According to newspaper HI 17 S.Orange Avenue, (formerly occupied by Hamilton & Dunn II ,

.tx ports, the West Pointers made, a Millinery), where we will be pleased to meet all our old;friends | .
., Stunning appearance and their dril .f "
'I and to make new ones. II -I Clothing .
Ing was among the best of the mili-
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= lei, companies of younger men appearing I
Our list of city and is
| acreage property surpassed by none
in this inaugural parade. \
' The Audobon Society of the school, i 1 and we have some exceptional bargains. COME AND SEE Us I M Every day brings new features ,and greater opportunities for

Yfll afternoon give,March an entertainment 18,in the auditorium Tuesday 1,1 Lord & Bradshaw advantageous buying. It will be money in your pocketif
ef,the school house. No admission I !j
I buy Come in and
'31' be charged. The entertainment you now. investigate.
jfefree to all FLA. .
: The Baptist Ladies Aid Society gave Heiw:mm mmwmmmmm'jEmmmmasBRIGHAM: : : ... ...m.mluII.:
s-fish fry and ice cream social Sat- Quality, Service, Variety, Price, are the things that reeommendKanner's
way evening, realizing a good sum.
The Christian Workers held a quilt-
ag bee Wednesday. & HILL
Bliss Pearl Hunter, with a cast of Now York '
flirty people will give a play on Wed .
day evening March 19, in the NEWS AGENTS '
wditorinm of the school house for the
Benefit of the school piano fund. The .. '
Jl lay which ,is a comedy, is entitled, j Orlando Stationery Souvenir and ,Curio Store Bargain Store ,
*-Martin's Country Store." Lets of fun ,
promised so don't forget the dateJfcirch
19. Admission 25 cents. 22 WEST.CHURCH. STREETHllltMllltlMMIIMMHMIMMMMMMMMMIIMM If You Would be Posted be a Daily Visitor to this Store
Registered at the Lake View Inn .
are E. J. Harple and Miss Mildred
larple, of Erie Pa.,B. S. Starr, Kansas \
City,Mo.,Mrs.W.W.Branch and I ItltHlllililMIMHIMM -
hiss Mary L. Branch of Charleston, 1913 Models &ilJjriilJiuINIlnllf; l cJ: !iilfiii' Jii!
.V.Va.Winter. L. J. Mustard I
; Star Employment
; visitors here are beginning I
y ie, leave for their respective homes. Ul C41ROPODISI !
Xach day or two there are one or more i -IN-
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*Departures. Mr. M. 1.'Koogle left Manicure Pedicure, :
Shampoo, Tell your troubles to Palmer.
Tuesday for his home in Mannsfield, dilawMOTOCYCLES I
x 'luo.S .. Face and Scalp Massage. I: He will get reliable help in any < > FEEDFOR '
line of
: employment
Parlor over Dickson & Ives store
READY NOW corner Orange and Central I Phone 105 -
Avenues.J. .
Strong vigorous tomato plants at filMMMIMMMIMMMMiIIIIMIIMOIilllllttlllQi
|150 per thousand. The Bear's Head ---- --- LIVE STOCKLAUBACH
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Jarm,Pine Castle,Fla. lot ., Four H. P. Models $200.00 I B. McKAY, ...
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7 Whenever you want painting oi| O. E. ::E3ilpert Superintend All Work. Funeral Director
= tapering done in a first class manaer Prices That Are an and EmbalmerHand The Grain Man.
it will pay you to call on W. T. \ Inducement.All .
Xntrican, 28 East Pine street ORLANDO; FLA. Agent for Orange County I Work Guaranteed. > Block Pine St. Phone 351IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII'I.tl Church Street, Phone 1,8

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of the greatest sources of graftin .1 (
this country is the congressionalseed ITS -
distribution. The agricultural Real EstateFourteen A FAIR PROPOSITIONTO IF YOU WANT ;

department has for years made con- acres of good land in good
tracts with the political owners of location. 9 acres in grove. Located ASSUME THAT YOU ARE BRIGHTER FRUIT .
large seed farms in the Northwest for on:nice lake. Price $5,500. I
their annual crop of seeds. These are i APPRECIATIVE OF THE VERY Free from the dust mite and for which $? !
sent to Washington by- the car load Ten acres first class land. 5 acres?
and the agricultural department place in grove. Splendid location. $4,500.t BEST. WE ARE SPECIALISTS IN I you command the fancy prices, use- ,t.;: ;. r
them at the disposal of a Congressional I
Committee for free distribution by Two and one-half: in excellent Sulpho-Citrol .
Electrical Wireing and Motor Work
congressmen from the agricultural location. All in grove. $1,500. ,

them districts out; by these the thousands congressmen of pack-send A large number-of business lots in NEWELL ELECTRICAL COMPANYARCADE IF YOU WANT . -; ...., ...-.'..."...
ages to their constituents in the vain various localities in the city, and II
hope of stimulating their own popu- beautiful suburbs of the city at prices I BUILDING To destroy the "THRIPP," use- '
larity. These seeds, ton after ton,.are ranging from $100 to 1000. CHURCH ST. t
franked through the mails and the PHONE 280 t* Black Leaf Tobacco Extract. t
carrying is paid for out of the public Lake front home sites containingtwo .
treasury. So that what the people and more acres of land at the t-
get is a lot of inferior seeds, many very moderate price of Our new 1913 Almanac containing full i t
times not true to name,for which they information pent you for three cents
pay in taxes, double what seeds would For particulars call at office over. }
costth em at any reliable seed store. Dickson & Ives store, Orange Ave. postage
The railroad companys get adouble The Best is the CheapestSO if
\, haul in the deal. i
The get the freight for carrying the E. 0. Painter Fertilizer Co. f
seeds to Washington and the mail t . t t t s t t'a '' t'
rate for carrying these same seeds ;','

back over the country for free dis S ADVERTISE .J' Paints and Wall PaperTHE JACKSONVILLE, FLA. T Tt
tribution. Thus these unreliable seedsof S IF YOU *
political weeds are paid for three S Want a Cook '; f
times in the process and the peoplego S Want a Partner 'I.. 1912 WALL PAPER IN SAMPLES \ t f

right on paying the expense of a Want a Situation I IS GRAND AND I WILL BE PLEASED I ..;...
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this big tomfoolery business. S :Want a Servant Girl *i i
The people should get back of their C : 1tI
Sell Piano
and that this
congressmen see graftis Want to Sell a Carriage .
cut out. And in this work we knowof BRING THE SAMPLE TO YOUR HOME.
better to start. the work I !
no men Want to Sell Your Groceries r q.w-- -
than Claude D'Lengle and Frank a Want to Sell Your Hardware .. l Fireplace Mantels
t Clark. Want customers for Anything .' GEO. A. BARKERr.... ,- '-;,;, PHONE 268 ,
Advertise Daily in This Paper NP'J
--- Tiles
and Grates
\ Advertising Is the Way to Success j
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Advertising Brings Customers ;
To live to see a lantern turned Advertising Keeps Customers SS Caloric. Fireless Cookers, J
Toward each of life's dark ways, Advertising Insures Success tj
Where once,among the few that burned S Shows *
Advertising Advertising Shows Energy Pluck j USSES[ IAULM & DUNN Electric Pocket Flash Lights,. !
Ours shed its feeble
rays; S Advertising Is "Biz" SS
Advertise of Bust .' Complete Electric Lighting Plants mAny
To live until the thoughts of all Advertise Long SS
On that great quest are bent. Advertise WellADVERTISE Size Installed. ,;
have now. opened their _. ,
\ Where once, 'neath superstition'sthrall z.
t tr.
a At Once SS > --- ....-- ;
Ours with the few were sent-, IN THE SENTINEL '
S stock of new Spring Hats I It .

This is the acme of success, S.S S I t t i t t S t ., E.. S. PIERCE :
The goal of earthy skill, I
For ours the light that helped to bless When yon get through reading the; and Millinery ELECTRICIAN
The thought that helped to will! Sentinel, mail it to some friend or!I t :

acquaintance at a distance. Very of-1 nONE 436. New laid Bldg., Cfcnrch SI t tJ
,. LOST-Blue and gold school pin, N. ten this,brings a new settler. LATEST STYLES. ::.
Y. City Training School for Nurses. ..
t :M. E. Pomeroy, 1904' on back of pin. I
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l The all-important question of Furniture. You'll readily admit that you

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

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

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Reason Why Most .j
A Good Square Deal

t . People buy at Kincaid& Snow- y A N: 3

l Is what we all want fordollar's our
iJ den is because they get an honest

worth of merchandise for money. tI. .

.. every'd llar they spend, they You get one here. We carry 5

;. Stock Home _
In more Furnishings
are given a square deal 1 No
than any other two furniture x
false no reckless advertising -
houses the
in city.

no high prices y


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

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

fiance 'Without this trust 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 :

stoves. of: description,
every ... __

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Kincaid &, Bno-wCien, .

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Low Price; Furniture Co. 'Cor. Main andjPine Streets

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Sbuth'Florida Sentinel
is the candid opinion of the editorof

Y' MORNING AND WEEKLY is the opinion both of T. M. the Sentinel that if the, City Coun-: EASTER JEWELRY

a Shackleford, Jr., attorney for the cn will make a bold stroke of ordering -

SUBSCRIPTION RATES Board of Trade, and Dozier A., De- the paving with brick the main

Vane, attorney, for the Board of County streets of Orlando to the city limits .
Commissioners, that the proposedlaw they will have served the people well.
?,+, : tte year .............. .......$5.00 AT
authorizing the Commissioners of Brick is the only material that will
" Ix Months ...... ...... ... .... 150
to issue $200,000in stand the test time and is the only
Hillsborough county
ree Months ..... ............ 1.25
roads certificates would be unconstitutional economical material.To .
let Week ............... .... .10 good EVANs'
k unless so worded as to be sure the tax rate would have

By news carrier in Orlando 50 onta per give the Commissioners of every oth- to be increased and the abutting prop-

z nth. Dally and Soiday. er county in the State similar powers. erty assured as it takes money and

The Orlando Morning Sentinel can U found Such a bill as the latter probably .will lots of it, but people do not kick on

f M tale in Orlando at CuriU 4 O'Ntal'i Book be introduced at the approaching ses- expense if they get value received. Its .

loreWe I.sion' of the legislature, as the State the paying of taxes and having . THE BEAUTY AND FRESHNESS OF

will appreciate prompt complaint ifalirery ,Good Roads Association its recent nothing to show for it that causes re- SPRINGTIME IS IN THE NEW JEWELRY .
is not properly made by our carrien.
t - - ....- ---- convention endorsed a bill of that bellion.
' Adevrtuing rates'will be furnished on ap- Suppose the tax rate is increasedand .

;ieation, kind.At the meeting in the Court House suppose the abutting property \ GIFT YOU WILL FIND HERE MANY .:: .

THE WEEKLY SENTINEL morning State Senator W. F owners are assessed if the work is
fcr year, by mail postage paid ........1.00
the that done economically and well the
Mires THE SENTINEL, Orlando Florida. Himes expressed opinion a grope i PRICES.
Office 107 Court Street Arcade _Building act giving tertan powers solely lo the erty will immediately be so greatly en .

Phone 24 Commissioners of one county wouldbe hanced in value that none will be ,..

- ----------' unconstitutional and that the bill heard to complain. This is the historyof : LEATHER NOVELTIES ..
JOSIAH FERRIS Proprietor. would have to be general in its natureto such improvements and it is sucha y .
-- of that has : WE ARE ALWAYS ON THE LOOK-
r be of any avail. The same opinion I spirit improvement giv '

_ t THURSDAY, MARCH, 13TH, 1913. was held by Representative Tomlin.I IMr en St. Petersburg such a wonderful :" OUT FOR THINGS NOVEL IN LEATH- : #r, '

-- - Himes was rather doubtful ifbill a I growth and sent real estate prices .
About every one in Orlando who ol general nature could be paSsed sky high. ER.PURSES : ,
= gads at all reads the Sentinel. II BAGS FOBS AND SIMILAR
and Mr. Tomlin gave the information If the people of Orlando and the "i
o that; there was some opposition to the I City Council can get together on this 'o/;, 1': ,ARTICLES ARE USUALLY FOUND '

Its a pity that courtship isn't a certificate plan. It was then suggested : sort of a proposition they will thank . .r ..,:,.' ) HERE WROUGHT FROM THE FINEST :.'
school trials that
:training come
that a regular bonding election themselves a thousand times over, SKINS-SOME AMERICAN AND SOME

jfter. be called. : within a year, for such action. FOREIGN IN ORIGIN.

o Whichever plan is called on, it, i is The assessments can be strung out

A fashion editor asks: Do women I practically assured that a system o f covering, a period of ten years and .
cress to please their husbands or toI
rick roads will be begun in this county would not fall heavy on any.
tease the world?
at an early date, the Commissioners -

o being determined on this politcyand POST CARDS
i to reform him is
Marrying a
being backed up by the leading T.U.vansthe JewelerOPPOSITE I
J good deal like trying to make an citizens. The fact is. that these brick Post Cards ,have become a grea
: : snelette out of a bad egg. the L Land
roads are absolutely necessary to prevent factor in business and social world

oAs a terrible financial drain which it is said that in this, the United

some high school pupils look is now in progress, arising from the States' leads the world. Every feature poFr; OFFICE e: : r
it it, "What is the use of going to
of American life is
expenditure of large sums of money portrayed on
school if one. can't' flirt?" constantly demanded for keeping the the post card. Every holiday of the

o rock and shell roads in repair.-Tampa year has its post card carrying its -
Colonel Henry Watterson now call Tribune. seasonable emblems and mottoes. r -
Hr. Bryan a jabberwock. Is not Mars ,'
Birthdays would now be rather a lone

'fir Jenrythe: Democratic. goop? SENTINEL .OFFICE A BUSINESS some affair without them. Christmasand .

A- HOUSE Easter without Post Cards wouldbe '

The paper that could get a story ____ akin to robbing these two sacred SILK I mum I S dII
felling why the Mexicans are "revoItin" -
But few people realize the expense holidays of a part of their richness,
would pull a big scoop.A
of a printing office. It requires a wh n friend remembers friend.

o large force of men to run a newspaper In a tourist place like Orlando the !
boy has to explain to his mother Post Card side of life much.
; i and job office and most of the men -means
why he was out so late and a man I employed are 'high priced It is & most phasing;l sight to witness! .
las to do the same thing to his wife, men.
The Sentinel employs eighteen people both men arid women, young and old
The inaugural address of President and the pay roll which is large, in at Curtis and O'Neal's selecting For Day -

is the means of distributing money to Easter remembrances to send home to II.
Wilson is shorter than some of the
every business house in town. Do the the friends in the far north. l
Iditorials that will be written about
.; 5. business men of Orlando appreciatethis find

_- ? Every Saturday night every '. CITY BUSINESS
1 I1'he insurance agents are bother man in the employ of this office, gets I.

jig you these days just tell them your his wages and those wages ate spentin Under a recent ruling of the City EveningWear

isr Orlando.If Council all plumbers will be nequi red
lamp; Jfadefo and that you are go-
y' ig to>Mexico. any new entfcrp;'u>3 were to open to keep a bond on file with the city

o up in Orlando employing that many clerk indemnifying the city againdamages St

people and putting into circulationthat from any act they do
We hear a great deal,about follow- may .
} 5g the beaten path, but all progress amount of money, our citizens in the streets or alleys in connection'

made by those who have the nerve would point to it with pride. Do like- with their work. t

' t> make a new path. wise with the newspaper'which serves Also a new list of business men are

,f o I. a double purpose in the community. being made and it is likely that there ; +

Almost everything has advanced in The Sentinel appreciates the efforts, will be found those who have not been Our Personal

price except the product turned out bye of those business men who recognizing paying a license and under the new \ Guarantee

its value to the community have rule all ,will have to pay or suspend i
newspaper publishers and this iscatchingit
shown their substantial friendship, hostilities. Accompanies Every Pair
a but there are others who have been too \ \\ \

t. When .a man gets, sick he doesn't busy to do their duty. W like the SEWER BONDS

business man, but 'he must not be sel-
Tant to take
4 any medicine; when atoman
gets sick she wants to take fish.You The Bond Truestees are receiving Marion B. ,

#; about seventeen kinds at once.o can help build up this enter- letters of enquiry from Detroit, Cincinnati Ives

----- prise by sending your job work and Cleveland, New York, Baltimore

The Sentinel, the oldest; largest andlest your advertisement to the office, and Richmond, Atlanta, Jacksonville \.

weekly in South' Florida is is- you will get results. That is what and other points also many local

: .ed this morning. Prints,.all the1IeWS you pay for. Try it and see. citizens are looking with favor on EXCLUSIVE MILLINERY

of this section". Getta py.o these sewer bonds as an investment PARLOR)
ORLANDO f NEEDS MORE BUSINESS Orlando secureties are popular and

Yale has 155 teetotalers in a class ROOMSNotwithstanding the bonds for sewer construction will Second

rf 255. But that other hundred probably the fact that a sell readily. Floor
dozen new business have been
room .
builds ,
a great many "stone
fronts" for New Haven sal on: keeps completed during the past year, busi- THE TAMPA CUSTOMS HOUSE .

ness has expanded so that today thereis SHOULD REMAIN

not a business room for rent, and
Three New York men in the cabinet,i as a consequence Mr. Clark Robertson I The abandonment of the Tampa OF ORLANDO
3 Messrs whose stock of gent's furnishing customs house by the ,FLORIDA
McAdoo is
Redfield and McRey- government to The Sentinel Notice is hereby given that sealed
adds! And goods occupy the room on the corner of doubtful propriety and
not one of them had the a question-
bids will be
New York, March 12-New York received by the} bond trustees
A K. of Charles F. Murphy. How of Orange Avenue and Pine Street, able road to economy. That city as* a of the THE ONE
Yacht Club tonight declined the challenge City of Orlando, Fla., up to CIGAR THAT
finds it
fees change! necessary to vacate on account port of entry and, departure is as-
of Sir Thomas Lipton to race noon March 27th, 1913 for the pur-
of the sale
recently made of the '
suming greater importance each
0- year for the American chase of $140,000.00 five cent
cup. per sewer
Most people imagine that a swell building to Dr. Phillips and being un- and with completion of the Panama age bonds, said'bonds being of the EVERYBODY LIKES"HAWLEY'S
r able to find another building, will Canal is destined
actuary in a' newspaper will'give Tampa to become following denominations
: Fifty bondsof
4em a pull with the Gate Keeper in close out his stock and is now advertising one of the most important portsin $1,000.00 each. Eighteen bonds of. --

fie next world, but a paid up subaription a reduction sale. Mr. Robertson the United States. the mayorality contest held in $5,000.00 each.
is an expert in his line 'and will
'k is better.A re-embark in business when Winter Park, Tuesday, Mr. Coffin de- Said bonds to be 'delivered $70,000.'
o able room can be had. a There may be somewhere in 'this feated Mr. Temple, for chief executiveof immediately, and the balance in two STRAIGHTS

savings bank at Barnegat, N. J., Dr. country a man who never experiencedan that prosperous little city by one blocks of $35,000.00 each as the City
Phillips will this
is after them early. Every boy born summer erecton ambition to play in a band or raise vote. needs the money for said sewerage

in that town during the present years this corner a modern brick structure chickens, but there ain't one who never work. Interest payable semiannually.No --

to be given a bank' that will be an ornament to the thought he'd like bids will be

book'showing city. to make a veget- Many tourists have already started considered for less Get the best

.4 s deposit of one dollar to his credit. able garden out in his back yard.A the tide of travel northward, but there I than par. All bids must be accompanied cents, the next cigar time at five

o I by certified check for an amount want to you
EXPRESS are' quite a number who know that smoke-judge for
A tighter hobble skirt is aforeshad- BUSINESS UNCERTAIN little boy in this town asks a the month of March is not quite half equal to two and one-half per cent of yourself
From the
shed by the fashionable news from number of complaints pastor if there were any fish in the gone and are contented to remain in the par value of the bonds bid for.

$ris. Worse news might be wafted registered and the number of claims Ark at the time of the flood. The the Land of Flowers a while longer.' Right is reserved to reject any or ,
filed it is evident I I
westward. The tighter the hobble that there is something reverend gentleman has not given him _____ i all bids. More information in regardto

all art, the fewer suzragette parades.o radically wrong with the hand- his reply. these bonds will be furnished upon Made in
Mr. John M. Cook of the Orlando
ling of Florida express. Many timesit Cook application to Bond Trustees. and sold
r o
takes Automobile Company went to San- by all dealers.MIHIIIilllt. ,
as long to get express here up Dated Orlando Fla. .
President Wilson has taken a de3edly from New York as by freight and I :Mr. Taft says the new cabinet is ford yesterday morning and returned 1913. February 25th,
} s new step in the distributionrf "an able official family," and
when you deliver goods to the Express seeing in the afternoon with a fine Cole automobile .
Signed.E. <
federal patronage, in his decision company there is little assur.1 that he knows a good thing when he which had been sold to Mr. G. DUCKWORTH !

yet to handle the matter direct, but ance that it will ever be delivered meets it, we are led to wonder why M. Davis, of DeLand. D. LOCKHART ,
fef Fallow it to reach him in suggestions : he himself did not select a better ,
to its destination. One of the latest E. F. SPERRY, So far as the public is
iom the members of his cabinet. cabinet. ;
complaints is from Henry Benedict, T. W. Hatzfield, representing Armour . Bond Trustees. these volumnuous records mean
o who billed several boxes of orangesto & Co.; R. E. Scott, Fairbanks i.more than the publishing in book
Hunt the buyer who wants to buy Baltimore that never were deliver: Punta Gorda is represented in Orlando & Morse and 0. W. Shelton, Imperial: With one grocer doing a twelve- a lot of patent medicine almanacs.form t}

nd the seller who wants to sell 1 ed and several boxes sent to Boston today by Mr. C. S. Syomette. Tailoring Co., are Tampa drummers 1 thousand dollar business during the

trough these columns, then your deal one was lost in transit, likewise a'I- registering at the San Juan last night past month, it looks like there was 1

;itwo-Jthirds closed. No salesmanship shipment to New York came up] Mr. L. S. Scrobble, representingthe somebody in town. This is a good'time to inaugurate ,1!

i required under these circumstancesend short. Live is in the a new system of advertising
Line, city today. Dainel Child, of Arcadia, Florida and employ 1.
Dr. 'Paul J.
Burgess, us to do
representing the
salesmanship costs' The ad-writing.
money express business of the whole We write
arrived in Orlando
yesterday for few
times the of a Parke, Davis & Company, New York, the right ads to ,
Tiny cost a want ad. needs make
country investigation but advertising
A believes that
es girl any chap who day's visit with his brother Mr. R. B. Orlando
is in today calling{
that on the good advertising.
} let ?
s Sentinel
pecially Florida business. proposes to her is a hero-and he is.' Child. druggists. Ad Writing-
Bureau, Phone 2t
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,. MS Lou YOURtfrilAECrtnUACC We still have some extraordi- Ribbons, used. so much for La. "

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

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

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

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

Shoes worth $4.00, $4.50 and them. You will not be urged to

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

urged, the prices will induce
Ask to see them, you mar find you.

X11 MEN WOMEN CHILDREN just what you want, ana' save We want to call your attentionto s
half the price. We also have a some extra values in Ladies
complete line of
strictly UP-TO- Muslin Underwear, and for the

;_ _ _ iI1\ 1 EASY TASK FOR, US, WHEN. YOU COME TO SEE THEM. THE-MINUTE Shoes, ani} we next week we feel sure that we
III THEY WILL PLEASE YOUR EYE. BUYING YOUR SHOES know the prices are right, or we can make it worth while for all
would not be selling so many of to buy a supply for some time to
them. Ask
I I your neighbor about come. Also in Ladies colored f

e '7 n AS WELL AS STYLE. OUR SHOES AND HOSE WILL )shoes. They are positively the price seem as though we were
1 best that money can buy at the giving them too as have
you we
F I price. too many, and must get rid of
o MONEY. All the New shades of Velvet them.Don't .
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I \:' el." 7...,... ..,- ,-- -- r ri N. BO AR MAN N,106 1 S. Orange A Ave. Orlando .

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Duke's Hall, that popular tourist Shannibarger's for bicycles and
1 hotel that has become a home to New sundries. : IIMIIMH MiimiMMMItlliltllllliHIIIIMHIMM
WADE York and New England people, will I I

THE TUNER undergo extensive repairs this seasonA Mr. C. P. Moore, of St. Pete, the :
ORLANDO.FLA. large veranda with rich colonial columns Sunshine City, is at the San Juan. : S SciIs for SHOP ATFIRST S SeciIs for
will add much to its appear- I, P P f

ance. Mrs. William Leonard and daugh-I .

Money to loan on improved S. Y.property.Way. Money to loan.on improved property. for ter, Mrs.their Leslie home Davis in Patterson, will leave, N.today J.,I!<:: 14 1 H i
I flJ1J$ I V Friday
: S. Y. Way. after a few weeks stay at the San Juan.|' Friday E

Shannibarger'g big stock of
Inspect .
: Dr. Carolyn Geisel was the honoreeof Of whit value are.the Congressional
,Bicycle tires. a lunch party, on the Geneva, on records, published book form by 15 Saturday 15 i
Lake Lucerne, yesterday afternoon.The the thousands of volumes each year?
Easter cards and booklets at Curtis other ladies of the party were Why the only real value is to the pub-
& O'Neal's, next to postoffice.Mr. Mesdames Thompson, Lartigue, L. G. lishers who get a fat haul out of it
Starbuck, and Miss Eva Lowry. Or. annually.
and Mrs. Bell, of Kokomo, anges, ,strawberries and cake were Monday 1 11! Monday .IIitllli
six weeks' visit to Or-
Ind., after a served. Commission government is being
to home yester- ,
lando returned their >
accepted by so many Florida cities '

day. Mr. S. H. Searle, of Indianapolis, that it is difficult to keep tab on them.If j

and admirers of Indiana, who came to Orlando a few
Dr.'The Carolyn many Geisel will be glad to week ago, has purchased a large the income tax amendment to the The Famous BAY The WeilkuownSTATE I
constitution gets past Mr. Gompers,
tract.of land in the Apopka region and
is thinking of establishing -
learn that a t she sanitarium at Geneva, will make extensive improvements. it will have smooth Bailing for the CORSETS Brand of Eiffel and Barefoot Sandals for .j
t, The sale was made by the Florida rest of the way
Real Estate & Investment COmpany; Knit Boys and Girls .j.jI
Niagara Hosiery
'The Wednesday Card Club has been of this city. f Mr. Bryan fully realizes that it is a I ; in Batiste and Coutil.
postponed to Wednesday, April 2, great honor to be secretary of the
'when it will be entertained by Mrs. state, but he cannot help thinking, Finished iin Embroid- Garter top and pure .
t :l;. P. Sperry at her home 'on Ea trine Misses Emma Tippins served a ,of the Chautauqua lecture engage 75c to $1.00 value. )
,street. wedding dinner, at t!* -.home of Mr ments he will have to forego. p ery and Lace. All sizes I silk boot, in black, tan "t
---1 -- and Mri T. P. Grant,. 412 Main street I and Lengths. 3 days Most all sizes. 3 days 1
and white all sizes 3
The services now being held in the south, in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Thanks to the income tax, a portionof t
Pentacostal Tabernacle on America McCracken, before they took their departure the wealth accumulated by the only only. J. i
days only
for their future home in Tam-
will be back
street (South Orlando) con- moving picture concerns will get
of this week. Serv- I pa. The table was beautifully decorated .
tinued the balance into circulation again.In
and a feast .of dainties was enjoyed 48c. 69c.i
ices evening and night 59c.
by those present this age of condensation the I 1

Mr. John E. Johnson, one of the phrase "Wilsonian simplicity" proba- .111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111'11111. 11111111111111" f
Sentinel's valued friends from Piedmont Mr. and Mrs. Fred L. Turner, Mr. bly will supplant "Jeffersonian 'sim- tI
Florida was in Orlando yester- and Mrs. Geo. A. Clarke and daughter, plicity." It is one syllable shorter.It !
day and renewed his subscription to i Miss Beatrice, left yesterday for their t
b the Sentinel while here. home in Long Hill, Conn.Mr. French,I i seems to be generally recognized See our Panama Hats ,

who came down early in the fall with I I,I that Col Goethals is too big and useful Genuine I
Mrs. John Dozier, expects to go to these folks, will remain here a while a man to be allowed to settle down 't
Orlando the last of the week to visit longer Mr. Turner has bought a 1 I,and have an easy time henceforth. !
her daughter, Mrs. Sylvain McElroy, nice lot in the Hillman addition on 1
and to make the acquaintance of her Ridgewood avenue and will build a I There is some difference in the man- $15.00 value, $9.98IIIIIIIIIIIIIHIMIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII
handsome new grandson.-Ocala Star. home which they will occupy in the'I! ner of installing. new President in I
fait 1;(the United States from the method
is completing a mployed across the river in Mexico
Mr. F. S. McCauley II I I
i _____
*ne residence on West street, on a Money to loan on improved property.S. .I
T7" "*flv purchased of Mr. C. A. Y. Way I The little launch, Geneva, was the 1
WCeu+ ". "ese gentlemen have source of much pleasure to the Chan New Goods Arriving Daily I
Hovey. Both \... the material 1 [tauquans in our midst The Fellows t
< .
--"*. Sarah E. Braswell, ,Miller McMakin,
growth.of Orlando. *- pleasure ride on Lake Lucerne las
.. Jack.Hardin and Miss Mary McCormack -
evening rehearsed some very sweel '
MachinW are a jolly party that have been
A Car o! wh1teSewing music. |
.'Just arrived. Bee )11.?ruder, 82 Arcade stopping at the Windermere for the The Big White Store
Building. .. past month. They leave this morning -' Money to loan on improved property.
for Daytona where they will S. Y. Way.
The Congressional Libr.'ry.in- spend two weeks before returning to I

f creases -tt the rate of eighty.'Q1ght their northern homes. They made will. Florida needs'. relief from her present ON ORANGE AVENUE
who t ;
thousand volumes DIY many friends in our city expensive primary law. The lav E
per year. '
the past twelve years more volumes I miss them when they are gone and could just as well\ accomplish its pur, i .
have accumulated than during the ., hope* to all meet in Orlando again next pose in one primary where. the peopl<; in II ,
I rater.'t 'have a free voice ::!= :
jreceeding hundred years. 1 In..
;;; .
.I Those hoodlums who made them- TOMATO PLANTS,FOR SALE 1
selves the despised of the world by One dollar per thousand in any f
their conduct toward the suffragettes quantity desired. Purchasers must
Washington last week, should save do their own pulling of plants.. Better
their energies for Mexican inauguration. My packing house in Or- I If
plant now.

''t YOU HAVE 4 V ( NO ffA lando of May will to be June opened 10th and from I the will first buy Worry

Mr. F. G. Rush has sold his in-! 311 tomatoes. .
your {
What $25.00 in Clothes money .. ,: rest in the Orlando Auto & Supply I .. S. J. SLIGH. .
of to
; to Mr- J-_ D. Beggs Jr., Get the habit going
can do for until the Compan ; I
you you see
UWft active interest In the
: who hat I Whenever want painting r I
Mr. hush has not yet decided
NEW SPRING MODEL ,concern. papering done in a first class man McCULLOCH'SDEPARTMENT
what business he will embark in, i :
call W. T.
ner, it will pay you to on
but Grey will not long remain out of, t' '1
; Hart, Schaffner & Marx business. i Entries 28 East Pine street ,

You can get some very excellent things at :" returned FOR SAL Small seedling orange STORE :
Mrs. Mary E. Galey yesterday
.less than $25-and at more don't at five cents
; we to her home in Pittsburg, Pi, trees in'any quantity/
want to limit you each. & T. HULL, OFFICE
after a month's visit with friends in OPPOSITE POST
,Castle road. ,
The kind ot clothes'you want the city. .She ''intended to remain in :J Pine ,f .
J* rlando until April .but received nothat'sickness -
The kind of service you'll like containing hair,
LOST-A package
il had caused the clos-
ee 'f the college that.her daughter, between Livingston and West St. A step into this establishment on Otange venue will
-"? **. '\\>rothy" was' _attending- and she Finder suitably rewarded by leav- put you in an atmosphere of Brand New Merchandiseat
SCRUGGS & DICKSON ; ing same at this office. 3t
'xned the home in
> to family
ret\, ,rMrs.Galey'-was' formerly prices that will let you enjoy the Biggest Savings.

.-,..._. ,regalar'oainter,,residents FOR RENT-April 1st First storyof I
THE MEN'S OUTFITTERS, .' t :'. e;::::f"OU; \; ,r.friends here.,that..:are-- _brand-new7 unfurnished.dwelling with Address all conveniences .
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of the Council. Venturingan BUSINESS B'OOSTEBS f
COLUMNSome City. j I,,,
days ago the Sentinel opened opinion, I would say that the pres- Business Boosters CLASSIFIED(classified advertisements 1 r

up a.kick column for the benefit of ent board are making an honest endeavor ) received after 10 o'clock.J, .

the/public. Only one communication to better the condition of these midnight, will be run in the "Too Late ,

came in at that time. But yesterday main streets leading into Orlando,andI to Classify" column.
ready to help them, instead of Boosters of five lines, or less-approximately -
Y another came in which we publish am 30 mords-one time 25 .
herewith: scold them, for theirs is no easy task. cents; three times 50 cents; one week BUICK:

y' Handed in by W. W.Wright. There seems to be a pretty well (six daily and one weekly editions)

established opinion that in days gone I$LOO; one month, $3.00. .

Editor Daily Sentinel: by too much money was spent on FOR SALE-Good Horse, Carriageand

As the late President of the Boardof back streets that led to corner lots Harness. For work on driVe '

Trade made an effort in his state instead, of improving the main thor- ing. Apply to Wm. Halloway, Win The Car That Sells
ment, to better conditions of our city,!, ougfares of the city. However, that ter Park, Fla. 12t

would you 'pardon the impertin-: may be the editor has faith in the BUY a lot in Thornton Park, a nice By the Car Load

ance, of the writer in asking a few imjJertinant present. Council doing, the best poSe suburb in east part of the city. Carl .

questions, of/the City Council sible with the means ,at hand. : Jensen. ,

City Aldermen and the Board of FOR SALE-40 acres of fine land in What a Buick Has Done For
Trade, relative to the betterment of A VERY ANCIENT TUNE. Volusia County; near station and ,
Orlando? fine lake; $500. Terms. J. B. McKay, .
y_- the city of city. , Others Buick will Do for You
First. What streets, roads or thor- It It Alto Probably the Molt Popular FOUND That the Sentinel reachesthe a

ougfares are most traveled by auto, Ont In the World. 4 people and is read.
Perhaps the most firing established
or ox cart, into or out of Or.
wagon popular song In the world Is the air familiar FOR SALE-5% acres with five-roonf : ,
ando? to Americans as "We Won't Go house on railroad only few hundred Records for the past are the best promises for the future.
Second. What amount of travel ,Home Till Morning.- The origin of the feet from stopping place. Plenty of
from Oakland, Winter Garden, Ocoee, tune Is obscure but Louts Elson believes shade and small shrubbery. Ten to At the beginning of the 1913 season there were 110,000

Gotha, Clarcona, Apopka, Lake Butler, that the music was composed twelve and other bearing small orange fruits. t.eespears Good hunt- Buicks on the road, and every one of the 110,000 Buicks has a

tT Turkey Lake, Lake county, Tilden- aa a lore song in the tenth century or ing and fishing, and especiallY'suitedto J record.
ville, Hiwassee, or the west section of earlier by one of the troubadours the those who come to Florida for the
r : Orange county is now traveling over, Wandering minstrels of southern winter and like the country life,with : ? It is nothing unusual to see a Buick which has run from
France. Chateaubriand tbe French to town. J. P. Perkins '
the most traveled plain sand (leaves writer beard it sung by the Arabs and easy Orlando, Fla. General Delivery. 25,000 up to 100,000 miles and even more. And you never hear

and- slush), road into Orlando? be suggested that it might have been r_ of a worn-out Buick.
Third. How many Aldermen, are in carried to the orient by. tbe French era OAK HILL is the beautiful subdivision ; ., ,
to the Northeast of the and .
city : ,
the Council who live on saders.
now or past,
I still have some choice lots there. I \ "I started out in my model 17 Buick in six inches of snow
It the French
was certainly by
that same sand road, the main arteryof sung Carl Jensen. 't
Orlando, that are doing their dutyto soldiers during the war in which the J, on the morning of February 3rd to post some sale bills.. I
first Duke of Marlborough won his .ROUEN DUCK EGGS for sale.Ap :
Orlandd's upbuilding? covered 944 miles over roads nobody else had traveled since
fame. It was the lullaby of the baby I ply'Box 705, City.WANTEDCook .
Fourth. A disregard of tax payers son of Marie Antoinette., It became one the snow, and was in high every minute, up hill included. F '

:t petitions is quite likely to cut a figurein of tbe most popular songs of the man or woman in ", left my motor running all the time I was posting, and used 9/2
the next election-either of Aldermen French revolution Napoleon whistledand private family. Apply Sentinel of- '
: gallons of gasoline for the trip.
t or Commission form of Government sang it throughout his life. Beetho i fice, City. 3t
Those same taxpayers, Mr. yen used It as one of the themes of his "
"I have watched several other makes of cars in the past
"Battle Symphony.? FOR SALE For Rent-House five
Aldermen, or City' Council, you will or ,
for than and bath Fi two and time I have seen a Buick it has always
T their best It has been: more a century rooms 607 East Central years, every ,
find from on will use
one'ot the'moSt popular. street songs in avenue. John Ammann. P. B- been the work. When Buick has
doing a 30,400 miles and
endeavors to,place men in that,Council I Europe And there,Is probably not a 393.7tpd.. gone
or Commission Form of, Government ten-year-old boy or girl in America who still seems as good as new, it is quite enough to convince me i

. that will ,be total strangers to does not know the tune: I FOR SALE-THREE GOOD DRY LOTS that Buicks are built the way they ought to be built."
the present men now forming the The ,I French words beginning -Maibrook
ORLANDO. WELL BUILT UP. ONLY $150 i J. H. GARBER, Portland, Kansas. .
council for the City of Orlando, and s'en va-t-en tuerre. were invented EACH FOR QUICK SALE. (1000 CASH >'po,,. ,
who will not pave with brick side ,by1 some forgotten French: soldier AND FIVE DOLLARS PER MONTH OR ': '..
. The Famous Buick Overhead
during the"war of the Spanish succes LIBERAL DISCOUNT FOR CASH. ONLY .
that seldom or
streets see a wagon. "., / '
sion. They describe the supposed death HAVE FEW DAYS. V. M. MORGAN AT .u
r auto of up-building of Orlando, but and funeral of the Duke of Marlbor WILLOLA HOUSE U Valve Motor is guaranteed to have more power and more speed
many of pleasure, while the main entrance ougb which death in the words of
than other of motor the market.
any type on It will pull
,of travel into Orlando, standsin Father Prout. "did not then take place.
slushor or mud, west of the railroad -' by some mistake." since "the subject of OF EIGHT PER CENT PAPER SE- stronger on low grade gasoline than any other type of motor
4' tracks. I the pathetic elegy was at the time of Its REAL CURED ESTATE BY FIRST IN SUMS OF ONE HUNDRED .. ever built and the fuel consumption is less.

,Fifth.' Now, Mr. Editor, will you composition both alive and kicking all DOLLARS AND OVER. IF YOU
be kind enough to inform the taxpayers before him. HAVE 'SOME IDLE MONEY SEE ME AT ROADSTERS'AND TOURING CARS, $950 TO $1650, F. 0. B.
The song bad nearly died out in WILLOLA HOTEL EVENINGS FOR FEW
who signed the petition for Pav- ORLANDO. Catalogue on Request.
;t France,when Marie Antoinette caughtit DAYS ONLY. V. M. MORGAN. tf
ing with brick, this main entrance up'from the peasant nurse she had

to Orlando( CENTRAL AVENUE, employed for her baby; thereupon it NOTICE Experienced managers,
those two aldermen who live rapidly as do In France (man and wife) want the management
just why spread songs
of a European'hotel, on salary,
a 'on 'that street ,did 'not do their duty Beaumarcbals Introduced It Into "The or would rent good place. Address, Cook Automobile Co.

s to the ,tax: payers. west. of. the' railroad Marriage of Figaro. and it was used Hotel, P.O. Box 672, Orlando,Fla. 3t
by the red republicans incendiary |V ,
e ; tracks, also why all of those new,
purposes of their own. WANTED-By experienced man. Position -
comers are,informed, west of the railroad Orlando Florida
; 'Several sets of words have been sungto as floral and landscape gardener ,
; tracks ,is no place to purchase the tune in the course of its history the taking care of gentleman's ,

property, as its the negro sectionof and it has itself undergone some modi places during summer, or permanent,
the city. This is the information; flcations. But 'Its identity Is clear not for a bore, would live on place : t/MiniiiH

s. furnished those new tymers to Orlando through all the changes. ,Probably It Is I if so desired, or as janitor of public Address t iiiiiiiiiiiiiiii.'i.'it.'iiiMiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii.'iiiii,, ,,
buildings. Strictly temperate.
familiar to a greater number of people
by our real estate dealers, and 7t
ii at the present time than any other tune Philip Bunn, Orlando, : : _............_ -
right here to the tax peayers, west,oft SIGN PAINTING %M&MlWXX**# X

the railroad tracks it looks as though In the world.-Youth's Companion. MAN AND WIFE, German, want po Jack Preston will paint your '. --L GHTTHE
sition. Man capable to drive automobile
an ax of some ,kind is being used, WON THE JURY.. and, very handy with tools sign on short notice. Good work
but not in the upbuilding of Orlandol] around the house. Wife first class No. 10 Washington, street 14-6t

'' Sixth.. Why is that leg breaking A Couple of Shrewd-Queries and the cook Couple, experience, Care Sentinel, best of references.3t PATH TO PROSPERITY f

n' hole .at corner of Central and Terry Railroad Lost Its Case.A -

street, on the south side of Central,I number of years ago Benjamin r' FOR SALE-New seven-room house

with a board on it, left until a suit Butler was a guest of friends in Brook, with all.modem conveniences. E. Merchants who use Electric Signs never lose
for damages is brought against the lyn. During his visit he noted the rule H. Gore, 409 Anderson 7t. Oscar Hand ,

city, for the cost of some farmers of the street railway companies compelling WANTED COOK-Man or woman, in their way by choosing the wrong road to suc

horses leg being broken, when the conductors to register fares a* a private family. Apply to Sentinel & Son cess. You simply cannot fail to attract new
soon as passengers entered tbe carsand office, City. 3t
city street and sanitary officers atten- I before the tares were actually col South and customers if you use an Electric Sign It acts
tion has been called to it for at least afterward LOST-Between E. street Successors to EL Hand
lected. Two or three years Episcopal Church, small pin with like irresistible all the
an drawing
four times, personally by one of those be represented the plaintiff in a damage hair under glass on one side, inscribed I magnet, I
tax payers, who'lives on Central avenue suit. for $15.000 In which a Brooklyn Little Julia on other side. Returnto FULL LINE OF COMPLETE | trade within its reach: That is the reason
? street railway company was the defendant Sentinel and receive reward. HOUSE FURNISHINGS -
they command the attention of buyers.For .
The principal witness for TO LET-Four room house in Concord
Seventh. Mr. Councilman, do your
the company was the conductor of the Park. Rent low. Apply to J. L. .
duty to the tax payers, or those same car on which the accident occurred.and Frost, West Amelia Ave. 4t I
,tax payers will do their duty, towards his testimony was so strong as to = ------- ---- COME IN AND SEE US Every Store OwnerNo

yw and Orlando, as soon as.. the opportunity make things look bad for Butler's ell

r presents iteself. ent But Butler recalled the unusual II matter how small his business, the Elec-

: Very respectfully rule he had remarked years before and dft:8 < 'U
i yours c.... ; tric Sign is the cheapest and most effective
Signers ,of That Petition For Brick. on cross examination he said: M = .
to x w'nb .w Ep +
"Your requires you
J Orlando, Fla., March 6, 1913. company < O-'U c .... = advertising.
as enter III",
fares as passengers )!
a' ]:0 the Honorable City Council of the up the car, doesn't It r 'I- aoxa'aei 4mk WELCOME TO Phone for our Sign Designer to call and sub (
",4!', .. 't' :
I. City of Orlando: > } ..
est d 1II.c.;
y I mit sketch.

Gentlemen: car" and oppose then a finds passenger he Is on boards the wrong your (oJ o .c... _'" .J.... _C II _tJ..tt._. .. .&'SZOIll ,..,.. ROYAL PALM No Trouble to Us-No Expense to You.
We the undersigned citizens of Or- 'U O.
line.. Do you state that fact to your Z. CCI Aeo = Wsxud BARBER SHOPModern I
lando, tax payers and owners of prop- superiors and do they make allowanceon II. : '"

: erty nue in abutting said City on, West hereby Central respectfully Ave "No your: I returns lose the for nickel.that fare" ?" II-t..C III d8 III. 'III. -III .. <.J UaE and Complete. '

C a= o. wuo O O W TR[ & U T CO.COOK
petition your Honorable Body to makean I "Do you' mean to say the company" JA-... .. 1 OEM Everything new, individual I O'Ift
word for 5 cents? "
won't take
order for the paving of said West your = &'S &'Sa = electric attachments at every

Central Avenue with vitrified brick, "No. they won't" rrJ z.cCII'a- LMUlz& .I chair. No stone has been left
"Yet" said the shrewd veteran, turnIng < .CI .. WITH GAS
III ..
beginning at the Western extension ::5! III.:: III = unturned to make this shop
"the asks yon
to the Jury company e.Cn
yw of the presept paving and extending I to take this conductor's word for 15. ( I < III .ai! = f meet th erequirements of the ) ) ) e CeJ

to the Western limit of said city, and 000." =,:: .. IIIeo. most particular. Plenty of

We your said petitioners will ever Butler's client 'received a verdict- 0 Cd'19' room. Courteous attendants.

pray, etc Brooklyn Eagle. ra1;; ..cc = Cd ELIJAH WHITEHEAD, MMMMMMtlMMIMMIMMMMMMMMIMHiIMMModel

A L J. Dollins otto O EI *'. 0 .. eo...., C. i Proprietor.
R. W. HammondM. "Spanish .5- es 'C0
Dog meat we learn from the Frank WA Orange Are. Orlando, Fla.
and E. S. Keys '
Chas. Pink furter. Zeltung.and more is especially largely sold Saxony.In Germany fc 3' 3.s; iZiMSil Grocery | |

Aubrey Smith r but rarely under its own name. Traders o aai4'CLbdF: +
M. Tickenor mutton, and O c: .. C C
: describe It as Spanish o on o: Crn '
1C.1 C. Bedler their customers are less chary of askIng -C' .. = -.cII", .. I
c F"' 8 !. 18 West Church Street

F. Fleek for itCatfish 0 : :
Norman H. Ler ., in England is treated In the t ta .wE+
same euphemistic way. There was a I hOAKLANDTllAR FANCY AND STAPLE GROCERIES. NEW AND
Norman H. Ler I t
h time'when this fish was never seen in
H. S. Marry the shops. Then some fishmongerln FRESH-

1. F:Allen genius invented tbe name of "rock COMMERCIAL PRINTINGWe .
We Give Our Personal Attention to Our Customers and
,- j Mrs. A. Burks salmon ," and bestowed: It upon thf.I have the best equipped 'print-
..1- catfish which now has an es Satisfaction and Delivery
despised Guarantee Prompt
Thos. Williams
ing plant in the city, for doing,Commercial
I market-London
i! Edward Jump I tabllsbed Chronicle.:place In the Work. Your order, large or THAT EVERYBODY Give Us a Trial .
I j A. T. Scruggs N'-.l... '
J small, is handled here by trained exports (

,! P. L Brown The Man Fish. whose knowledge of the print- IS TALKING' I Bros.
'' A. J. Mosteller .Mathew Buchlnger, mentioned in old er's art is unquestioned. Accurate, | Sightler Proprietors

J.H. McDonald English wonder books as the "man reliable, service, prompt and courteous : 'AIOOTASKrH .

John R. Sage fish.". was the most remarkable moo treatment to.all. thats why this tifrmmTHmMTrffrmKICK'

Alice I Dollins i strosltj of his time.: Be bad neither establishment has grown by leapt and i KVMSTUnMMAGRUDER
hisshoulders ,
hands feet nor legs. "
i arms .
yYa W. G.,Hammond bounds.
grew two finlike excrescences ,"
R.'L BunchC. and along his back,there were We want your Printing. '

F. McQutig several rows of scales. He bad 'the THE SENTINEL, _. " -
\ The Settinel Editor can not answer lidless eyes characteristic of the fish Phone 24. Court StreetArcade TBE : 1nI mR TIlE MEWS
J_ U1 the,above tiydry. ,as*he,has nome&Dl'' tpecie* and a queer puckered mouth Building ,

' 'if. ,wtpn pt d. the. action- and no ears. .
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KICK COLUMNS tion of the City Council. Venturingan BUSINESS BjOOSTERS" R H MMNN;+ I ;;IS
e days ago the Sentinel opened opinion, r would say that the pres- Business Boosters CLASSIFIED(classified adver :.

up a. kick column for the benefit of ent board are making an honest en- tisements) received after 10 o'clock ., .

the I public. Only,one communication deavor to better the condition of these midnight, will be run in the"Too Late

in at that time., But yesterday main streets leading into Orlando, andI to Classify" column. :
came _
another in which we publish am ready to help them, instead of Boosters of five lines, or less-approximately I
came 30 mords-one time; 25 :
:r herewith: scold them, for theirs is no easy task. cents; three times 50 cents; one week I BUICK: H

Handed in by W. W. Wright. There seems to be a pretty well (six daily and one weekly editions) I
established opinion that in days gone $LOO; one month, $3.00. :
Sentinel by too much ,money was spent on ,
Editor Daily : FOR SALE-Good Horse, Carriage
As the late President of the Boardof back streets that led to corner lots and Harness. For work on driv- : '

Trade made an effort in his state- instead, of improving the main thor-; ing.. Apply to Wm. Halloway, Winter I The Car That Sells

ment, to better'conditions of our city, ougfares of the city. However, that Park, Fla. 121 :

would you pardon the impertinance may be the editor has faith in the BUY a lot in Thornton Park, a nice : By the Car Load

1 ,of the writer in asking a few im- present Council doing the best pos- suburb in east part of the city. Carl : .

pertinant questions, ofthe City Council sible with the means at hand. Jensen.

City Aldermen and the ,Board of FOR SALE-40 acres of fine'land in What Buick Has Done For

R ;- Trade relative to the betterment of A VERY ANCIENT TUNE. Volusia: County, near station and a

city of Orlando fine lake; $500. Terms. 1. B. McKay. ,

the First What streets, roads or thor- It I U Alto Probably the Moat PopularOne city.FOUND-That the Sentinel_ reachesthe Others, a Buick will Do for You
ougfares are most traveled by auto, In the World. people ,and is read.
of Orlando i Pernaptf the most firing established
or ox cart, into or out
wagon : popular song In the world Is the air familiar I I FOR SALE-5% acres with five-roonf \
? to Americans as -We Won't GoI house on railroad only few hundred Records for the past are the best promises for the future.

Second. What amount of travel ,Home Till Morning.- The origin of the feet from' stopping place. Plenty of
from Oakland, Winter Garden, Ocoee, tune Is obscure, but Louis Elson belleves shade and small shrubbery. Ten to At the beginning of the 1913 season there were 110,000Buicks

Gotha, Clarcona, Apopka, Lake Butler, that the music was composedas and twelve other bearing small orange fruits. trees Good. pears hunt- on the road, and every one of the 110,000 Buicks has a

Y Turkey Lake, Lake county, Tilden- a love song In the tenth century or ing and fishing, and especially suitedto recordS ,

: ville, Hiwassee, or the :west section of earlier by one of the troubadours the those who come to Florida for the :
Orange county is now traveling over, wandering minstrels of southern winter'and like the country life with -S is nothing unusual to see a Buick which has run from
France Chateaubrland. the French access to town. J. P. Perkins,
the most traveled plain sand (leaves 25,000 to 100,000 miles and even And hear
writer beard It sung by the Arabs.and Orlando, Fla. General Delivery. up more. you never ,
r and slush) road into Orlando? be suggested that It might' nave been of a worn-out Buick. '

Third. How many Aldermen, are in carried to the orient by the French emu OAK HILL is the beautiful subdivision ;, .
to the Northeast of the city andI
the Council, now or past, who live on saders. still have some choice lots there. "I started out in my model 17 Buick in six inches of snow
the French
that same sand road, the main arteryof was certainly sung by Carl Jensen.
Orlando, that are doing their dutyto soldiers during the war in which the on the morning of February 3rd to post some sale bills. I
first Duke of Marlborough won his ROUEN DUCK EGGS for sale.' Ap roads
Orlando's upbuilding? covered 94.4 miles over nobody else had traveled since
fame. It was tW lullaby of the baby ply'Box 705, City.
Fourth. A disregard of tax payers son of Marie Antoinette It became one the snow, and was in high every minute, up hill included. F '

petitions is quite likely to cut a figure of the most popular songs of the WANTED-Cook, man or woman in left my motor running all the time I was posting, and used 9/
in the next election-either of Alder- French revolution. Napoleon whistledand private family. Apply Sentinel office -' '
gallons of gasoline for the trip.
men _or Commission form of Government sang It throughout his life. Beetho City. 3t

Those same tax-payers, Mr. Yen used it as one of tbe themes of his ;
"I have watched several other makes of cars in the past
"Battle Symphony. FOR SALE For Rent-House five
Aldermen City' Council, will or ,
r or you It has teen. for more than a centur rooms and bath, 607 East Central ; two years, and e\ery time I have seen a Buick, it has always
their, best
find from now on will use
endeavors to place men in that .Council one of the most popular street songs In avenue. John Ammann. P. B- 393.Ttpd. been doing the work. When a Buick has gone 30,400 miles and
Europe. And there Is probably not atenyearold
or Commission Form of. Government boy or girl in America who i, still seems as good as new, it is quite enough to convince ma

that will be total strangers to does not'know the tune: FOR SALE-THREE Goon DRY LOTS that Buicks are built the way they ought to be built"J.
r the present men now forming the The ,Fjencb words, beginning "Mat ORLANDO WELL BUILT UP. ONLY $150 ; H. GARBER, Portland, Kansas. t
council for, the City of Orlando, and brook s'en va-t-en guerre," were Invented EACH FOR QUICK SALE.' $10.00 CASH i .

who will not pave with brick side ,by'; some forgotten French soldier AND FIVE DOLLARS PER MONTH. OR The Famous BuicK OverheadValve
during the'war of the Spanish succes LIBERAL DISCOUNT FOR CASH. ONLY ";
streets that seldom see a wagon, or
sion. They describe the supposed death HAVE FEW DAYS. V.L MORGAN AT
auto of up-building of Orlando,. but and funeral of tbe Duke of Mariborough WILLOLA HOUSE tf Motor is guaranteed to have more power and more speed

many of pleasure, :while the main en- which death. In the words of
than other of
motor the
market. It will
travel into Orlando standsin
trance of Father Prout. "did not then take place
OF EIGHT PER CENT PAPER SECURED stronger on low grade gasoline than any other type of motor
slushor mud, west of the railroad by some mistake. since "the subject
tracks. the pathetic elegy was at tbe'time of It. REAL ESTATE BY IN SUMS OF ONE HUN- ever built and the fuel consumption is less.

Fifth.' Now, Mr. .Editor, will you composition both alive and kicking all DRED DOLLARS AND OVER. IF YOU
be kind enough- inform the taxpayers before him. HAVE SOME IDLE MONEY SEE ME AT ,
The song bad nearly died out in WILLOLA HOTEL EVENINGS FOR FEW
who the for Paving ORLANDO. Catalogue Request
signed petition -
France.when Marie Antoinette caughtit DAYS ONLY. V. M. MORGAN.
( with brick, this main entrance up from the peasant nurse she had

to Orlando, CENTRAL AVENUE, employed for her baby: thereupon it NOTICEExperienced managers,
just why those two aldermen who live spread rapidly as songs do In ,France (man and wife) want the management -
of a European hotel, on salary,
on 'that street ,did .not do their dutyto Beaumarcnais Introduced It into Th or would rent good place. Address, Cook Automobile Co.

the .tax: payers west of the railroad Marriage of Figaro." and It was used Hotel, P.O. Box 672. Orlando, Fla. 3t
by the-red republicans for Incendiary
e tracks, also why all'of those new I
purposes of their own. WANTED-By experienced man. ,Position -
informed, west of the rail- Orlando Florida
comers are Several sets of words bare: been sun: as floral and landscape gard- ,
road tracks is no place to purchase to the tune In the course of Its history ener, the taking care of, gentleman's ,

property, as its the negro section and It has itself undergone some mod, places during summer, or permanent,
+ of the city. This is the information flcations. But fits Identity Is clear not for a home, would live on placeif

furnished those new timers to Orlando through all the chances Probably It is so desired, or as janitor of public t
Strictly temperate.
familiar to a greater number of peopleat
by our real estate dealers, and dress Philip Bunn, Orlando, Fla. 7t -
than other tune '
the present time any '''' ''''' ''''''''''''' .01.
right here to the tax peayers west of --- SIGN PAINTING -- ----
the railroad tracks it looks as though in the world.-Youth's Companion. MAN AND WIFE, German, want po- Jack Preston will paint your LIGHTTHE I 1
sition. Man capable to drive auto-
an ax of some kind is being used, WON THE JURY. mobile and, very handy with tools sign on ahort'notice.. Good world
but not in the upbuilding of Orlandol] around the house. Wife first class No. 10 Washington, street 14-6t

Sixth.. Why is that leg breaking A Couple of Shrewd-Queries and the I cook Couple, experience, Care Sentinel., best of references.3t PATH TO PROSPERITYMerchants .

hole ,at corner of Central and Terry Railroad Lost Its,Case.

r street, on the south side of Central, A number of years ago Benjamin F FOR SALE-New seven-room house
with board it left until suit of friend in Brook with aU.modem conveniences. E.
a on a Butler was a guest who use Electric Signs never lose |
for damages is brought against the lyn. During his visit he noted the rule H. Gore, 409 Anderson 7t Oscar Hand ,

city, for the cost of some farme/s of the street railway companies com WANTED COOK-Man or woman, in i their way by choosing the wrong road to suc- '

horses leg being broken, when the pelllng conductors to register fares a* a private family. Apply to Sentinel & Son cess. You simply cannot fail to attract new
soon as passengers entered tbe cars office, City. 3t
city street and sanitary,officers atten- and before the fares were actually col E. South street and customers if you use an Electric Sign. It acts
tion has been called to it for at least Successors to E. Hand B
lected. Two or three years afterward Episcopal Church, 'small pin with like irresistible all the
an drawing I
four times, personally by one of those In damage
he represented tbe plaintiff a hair under glass on one side, inscribed I
taxpayers, who j lives on Central avenue suit, for $15,000 In which a Brooklyn Little Julia on other side. Returnto IFULL LINE OF COM- trade within its reach: That is the reason
the defendant Sentinel and receive reward.TO .
? street railway company was PLETE HOUSE FURNISHINGS -
they command the attention of buyers.
witness for i
The principal LET-Four room house in Concord
Seventh. Mr. Councilman, do i
your the company was the conductor of the Park. Rent low. Apply to J. L j f
; duty to the tax payers, or those same car on which the accident occurred. Frost, West Amelia Ave. 41O.bCo0 I Itric
.tax payers will do their duty towards and his testimony was so strong as to COME IN AND SEE US For Every Store OwnerNo

s yw and Orlando, as soon as' the opportunity make things look bad for Butler's client !

presents iteself. But Butler recalled the unusuai matter how small his business, the Elec

Very respectfully'yours, rule be had remarked years before and *' ,C/:: *c* 'tI,::
U < ...
is the and effective
C. ...: Sign cheapest most
Signers of That Petition For Brick. on cross examination be said: : :: 1004

Orlando, Fla., March 6, 1913. "Tour company sOon requires you to ring fl11! .004"b.wmaHdm. C/ C ...... =. OO4 advertising.
fares as passengers :
1 To the Honorable City Council of the up the car, 'doesu't ttr _, i ," t= : '=-G.lC a'
S City of Orlando: >>i ) 'es." 'h .. 8-kc tfi' I mit a sketch.
boards your OG.lbc: 5 J5g ROYAL
Gentlemen: car and Oppose then a finds passenger be is on the wrong m Hr =.uM* - .-8 No Trouble to Us...No Expense to You.
We the undersigned citizens of Or- GI
that fact to your SBS .. I
line. Do you ,state 0o0ba o'SSCOMMERCIAL :: BARBER SHOPModern
lando tax and owners of e
payers property superiors and do they make allowanceon : :
West Central Avenue ; II m..cof .! <
abutting on for that fare?
your returns Q = III.Q = C JC '
in said City, hereby respectfully "No: I lose the nickel." Co.. .. t E ... C) and Complete.

petition your Honorable Body to makean "Do you mean to say the company < :l 004" 1ft'. "ij Everything new, individual CO1

order for the paving of said West won't take your word for 5 cents?" >t == 1 .s E qq electric attachments at every

Central Avenue with vitrified brick "No. they won't" z.. om'ti .JG.I has been left
Ij .. chair. No stone
veteran turnIng 5 II
-Yet" said the d COOK WITH GAS
beginning at the Western extension 'aClS.c.IDI..w. unturned to make this shop j
asks 0
. to the jury "the company you z1 t : = :. ;
S of the present paving and extendingto to take this conductor's word for $ &- d Mv 3iCt S meet th erequirements of the MKXX* MXHXHW ADO

the,Western limit of said city, and 000." 1iO =1 .. ..f. .. G.I ; CIS most particular. Plenty of
.s ,;
-t We your said petitioners will ever Butler's client 'received a verdict- as"an. w 'eiWmxd room. Courteous attendants.

pray, etc. Brooklyn Eagle. = "pewgw'0 tlMltltMMMIIIIItfttttlllllllllHMMIIMIIIilModel
L J. Dollins O "f.c.. .g.. c .. .c.: II II Proprietor. II IIS
"Spanish,Mutton.1 .. G.I
R. W. Hammond < '. : c = f
Dog meat we learn from the Frankfurter h G.I Orange AY&, . Orlando, Fla.
M. and E. S. Keys '
] t i
Zeltung. Is largely sold In Germany z = Grocery
Chas. Pink' I and more especially In Saxony : .s.c bII" M' =-_ .CO ./
1 1Q
Aubrey Smith but rarely under Its own name. Trad' 00'a : '; J'tIc'd

} C. M. Tickenor en describe It as Spanish mutton, and M: w:.hM"O :: ry.: ,-' ..srn ='j'jdx

1- | F. C. Bedler their customers are less chary of asking -'.. c: ; .c: 8 .. 5. ,:: 18 West Church Street

: F. Fleek for itCatfish > f !
In ,England Is treated In the t4hma ta.0P. E+
H. Ler "-
Norman Norman H. Ler same'enphemistle fish way.was never There seen was in atime'when'this .1 THE OAKlANDTHECAl FANCY AND STAPLE GROCERIES. NEW AND

H. S. Murry the shops. Then some flshmongerinp FRESH

1. F;Allen genius Invented tbe name of "roCk PRINTINGWe
We Give Our Personal Attention to Our Customers and 1
| Mrs. A. Burks salmon" and bestowed It upon the have the best, equipped,'printing

Thos. Williams despised catfish, which now has an es plant in the city, for doing Com- Guarantee Satisfaction and Prompt Delivery
: market London :
I Edward Jump I tabllsbed Chronicle..place In the mercial Work. Tour order, large or THAT E\'IIYBODY Give Us a Trial

i j A. T. ScruggsP. small, is handled here by trained experts tw'." "' 1.6,.

L. Brown . The Man Fish. whose knowledge of the print- (STALING'

A. J. Mosteller Mathew Buchinger mentioned la old er's art is unquestioned. Accurate, : Sightler. Bros., Proprietors

5; J. H. McDonald English wonder books as the -man reliable service, prompt and courteous ABOUTASK .

j John R Sage fish was the most remarkable mon treatment to all, that's why this

,: Alice J. DollinsW. etrosity of his time. Be bad From neither his establishment has grown by leaps and nt MMNSTUIHNMAGRUDER!
bands arms feet nor legs. - ,
G. HammondR. bounds.
shoulder grew two" finlike excrescences ,- ,
.'L Bunch and along his back ,there wereseveral We want your Printing. SEE
C. F. McQuaig rows of scales. He bad -the THE SENTINEL

The Sentinel Editor can not answer idlest eyes characteristic of the fish Phone 24. Court Street III T E' II THE NEWSI

''_ : ;?: 1 the above enquiry,as he has no means species, and a queer puckered mouth Arcade Building ;' ,. ; -: -
: l : ; pieBapted the ac- and no ears. a
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:-1 Ode 3Uin, orange! Rain- !groves Ra1i1l! are looking fine, is

,and Plating ire all laden spring with crops bloom., seems to be "You rit.choI ORLANDO ,a 1 COMPANY r

the:order of.the day. .

I Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Prevatt have Capital art Suite'art UriivMri Profits $mW0.IH>.
moved into their new home on East
I ,Lake;Mills. .. Total Resources over Three-parlers of a Million. '

Mrs. Dave Hart, having spent the
. past'month with her mother, Mrs. J. Report of the Condition of Orlando
'F.. Story, left Monday for her home '- Bank and Trust Co,
near Barton Lake. -very properly and satisfactorily watched-if the timepiece you're I r .
Will Graves returned Saturday from carrying was bought at Allen's. :, From Report to ComptroU.

Okeechobee, where he has been fish er Feb. 4,1913RESOURCES
ing' for the past month. We specialize in equipping .men whose timepieces must be absolutely "' : .

Mrs. Lusadder and little daughter, accurate. :.d Loan and Discount .....$393,161.05
Mildred, of Orlando, were the guestsof r Overdarfts .............. 193.53
Mrs. Jacobs, for Our line embraces every standard make, in cases to suit the Stocks and .
her sister, Billy Bonds ..... 26,018.33
week. purse, all carrying the Allen guanntee'and sold at the Allen prices, Real
several days last L; Estate, Furniture and
Our Sunday School will have their which average twenty per cent less. 4 Fixtures ... .......... 25,853.44
,Easter exercises in the Baptist churchon 4 Cash on hand and in Banks 215,084.83
the Fourth Sunday inst., at '2:30 Our jewelry and watch repair department has enjoyed rapid and s
steady growth for many years, ever since we have been in business.
p.m.. Prompt, accurate' and skillful handling of every repairing job entrusted ' $660,311.18 :
Mr. Alex Brown, of Leslie, Ga., is
to us is the only reason we can think of for it. I t
on a visit to his brother, E. L. Brown. 1 Capital Stock ............100000.00 E
Mrs. C. E. Davis, of Valdosta, Ga., i Surplus and Undivided

was, called to the bedside of her hus- 1d Profits ... ........... 22,832.33
'band at the Palm last week. He be. .;1 Deposits ... ............ 537,418.85
lug confined to his bed for several ..
days with a severe case of erysipelasand
tonsilitis. Under the care of Drs. .-
Christ, Marshall and Nixon and Miss! Allen&Co. We invite the attention of our customers
Palmer as nurse, the patient is doing! .v and friends to our statement
as well as could be expected. I above and wish to assure them that
Chas. D. Brumley, manager of New T we appreciate their patronage and
for ten ask for a continuance of wne.Don't .
fownsite, left Monday a days'business Orlando X Florida
trip to St. Augustine and f t forget that our deposits are
other points.J insured.
E. Alexander of Terre Haute, A cordial invitation is extended to I
Ind., is visitiag Mr. and Mrs. W. H. visitors in our city to call ,and open
Merryweather for a few days. United States Covenuntnt,State"
Our section was very much ,sad L 'ct'.J
dened last Monday when the news 4 ,... ..
reached us of the death of Mr. Walter 2a

Stanners, which occurred in Orlando IIIIIII'III'IIIIIIIIIIIIIII1111111111111111..1. .'...-
Sunday afternoon. Mr. Stanners was JUST RECEIVED) A
an.old settler in Chuluota 'till a few f rL
I Jean'ago, he moved to Orlando. He
[was,loved by all who knew him. He .. !f ::. <' : ,
urea a wife and daughter and three : ..- "
I grand-children to mourn his loss. The .
bereaved family. have our deepest My Spring line of Men and THE MARKKT, .". ;> < -
sympathy. Interment was in ChristI ,:' "p ". :-., .
I n cemetery. Boys Straw Hats in all the 31

.Gaston and Billy Jacobs are ,on abed newest shapes. Nice line of
I to the Southern
gathering trip
[part of'_the county-this week. Panamas for' $5. My spring

The guests of the Palm last week Trouser line is now complete
I were Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Davis, A. F. '
Langford, C. D. Brumby, R. E. Wai- in all new shades. LEND US YOUR EARYOUR

drop, J.. P. Eason; Mr. and Mrs. W.
Brisbin, Mrs. Lowe, H. P. Daniels, i
Miss Helen Palmer, Alex Brown, C. \ .
[W. ,Holloway, W.,E. White, Chas. i
McIntosh, A. Kendrick, I. J. Lang, Clark RobertsonSuccessor
Mrs.,A. S. Hickson, J. E. Bergsteiner,, PATRONAGE HAS ENABLED US TO MAKE GREAT f

IF. Nation.W Jerome Palmer fir Co. j
E;. Hodges, of this place and I
liss Emma Dease, of Lakeland, were .
oietly married at the home of Mr
d'I Mrs. N. C. Jacobs on Sunday, :

arch 2, at one o'clock. Rev. E. Lee .-. -' .
;'J' .
with of Oviedo, officiating. The *: 4'
ride was dressed in white, carryingarm US AND NOTE THE ABSOLUTELY SANITARY
bouquet of roses and orange THE NEW CASH A STORE
losSoms with orange blossoms in her
ir. Miss Birdie Jacobs played theding
march. Miss Kilbee and Mr. Meats and
Best Poultry Game
eveland Jacobs were the attendants.
Immediately after the ceremony theedding Cor. South and Hughey Sts. .

party were invited into the
.-ling room where a sumptuous diner WE BUY FOR CASH AND SELL FOR CASH. WE Satisfactory, Accurate Service M
was served. Only a few of the KEEP OUR EXPENSES DOWN AND CONSEQUENTLY 1
earest relatives and friends were .
present The happy couple have gone DELIVERY-PROMPT AND RAPID-MEANS YOUR
Our Prone No. is
housekeeping at the groom's home -
own near Gore Lake.SOROSIS .
And an Order: will Have Prompt Attention, and will be
Delivered to Any Part of the City. ,
Look. Over this List of Specialties .
of new books for Sorisis Li- D. B. RAYBON, Proprietor ORLANDO, FLA. ?,

t>rary March 13, 1913. .

.................. Frances Little.
Health Unto His Majesty, ........ i iIt U
i......!..........J. H. McCarthy. REAL[ ESTATE 1[ fOR SAl[ y
|>moke Bellow, ........Jack London. Parlor Market
onorable Mrs. Garry, ............ .:
_............ Mrs. de la Pasture.
untry House, ....John Galsworthy.
trend of Orlando's Growth is
Jnknown Quantity, Henry Van Dyke.
folly of the Hospital, Staff ........ :: Northeast. Lewter's Addition and :
'.................... E. C. Dowd. '
rding Angel, ......Corra Harris.in .i Sunshine Park are there. Near by : ll.M.SELF&CO. .

the Wilderness, ,.M. E.Waller.' is Paradise Hill. Let me show you I .. '
nppral',Cameron, ....Ralph'Connor.: No. 18 20 East Pine Street. PHONE',NO. 80
.. ,
prey friar's Bobby, Eleanor Atkinson. "j. _4 -, . -
tagonistS, ........E.- T. Thurston.
art Ware's Promised Land,. .....: :
'..................A. F. Johnston F. A.
:Reef, ..........Edith Wharton. :: LewterC
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lerican Mind, ........Bliss Perry.Vocational II.. . . . .. .. . . .. .. .. .. .. . . - - "i" - -
Guidance, ....."......... . .;'._._:".,:, . .-,:, . ;;,," '"::" u_., __:" . .; . .; .,"! . -. - "

.ii.............Meyer Bloomfield :' . ;' -- ", .' :-- ...=- - -. -
tallant Little Wales, Jeanette Marks.U. U MlllllllllltllMIMIM
S., :.......Arnold Bennett. IF ITS ANYTHING IN
ask of Social Hygiene ...........-.. ORLANDO ti ARTISTIC PICTURE FRAMER of OrlandoIMMIMMiliMiMMHH
...:............ii..Havelpck Ellis GREATEST BARGAIN DRUGS PHONEDeUNEY
enty Years At.Hull-House PINe STREeT '

.:....................Jane Addams. DRUG
Gifts.. .
usband' Story, .-.-.....D. G. Phillips, ,
not Wind,'...:Lucia Chamberlaine. 8 BEAUTIFUL. LOTS. ON4LAKE 'SEE''SLAUTER'S,,NEW; COMPANY i .
I ; .
luby*< Husband, .*...Marion Harland.aybrook , 'be ,bought"very. SANITARY' : FRANK_ HYERS,
.......<,Marion Harland. EOLA; can. QUICKDELIVERY.Watkina .
... Harkni ,0'" ; SOIL PIPE CONNECTIONAbsolutely ; Manufacturer of Artificial
Heart .
ty '
reasonable Inquireat'theSENTINEL; Stone, Fancy Columns and Building.
[pint of the .Trail, K..1r.V.: D. Boyles.rden . ,',. Ornamental'Work
of Insurrection, .-............ | Sanitary and used' Phone 678.HMMIMIHMIMMIHll.

i....._._..._.._......,...>-,E.-'T" -. Thurston.0'ee .. - i< ;0 :. .... ... \ by all good plumbersIMMiMIIMIMMMtlMI Livingston. ,and Railroad,

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S Louis c. Massey, President
was sweet revenge for the Rollins
baseball team in Winter Park Tues
T. Pfcton Warlov Vice.Pre S. Walters Howe, Cashier

Howd C. Babcock, A .'t Cuhier .Samuel A.Newell Au't Cashier day and Columbia college was walloped -, ''-'' ''.-
to the tune of 11 b 3. Colum- ' '::!: ', \ ', '. )

bia had won the game on the previous "

afternoon and Tuesday the Rollins

THESTATE players went on the field chock full .

of determination and when the smokeof

battle had cleared away they were w

victors by the above mentioned heal- .

BANK thy looking score. .
Kulp started to pitch for Columbiabut

his offerings were entirely to the WIDOWS

liking of the Rollins batters and he Sand

was relieved by Anderson after he had

of Orlando been batted to all corners of the lot.

Had the Columbia coach allowed him
to remain on the hill top there is no

telling how great the score would have all those who have been deprived .

f ESTABLISHED IN 1893 been. of their natural protectors and desire

Rose pitched a steady game for Rol information, assistance, or advice, ,,
lins and was well supported by his
will receive here the same careful
the oldest Bank in Orlando, has had nearly team mates. The batting and base ,
THIs conservative and
running of Harris was a decided i respectful consideration ,
twenty years of experience of banking in this feature of the game. Rollins plays : I we would desire for our own

section of Florida. It offers its services to, all wishing Stetson University here next Monday : loved ones under similar conditions.

and Tuesday and two rattling good \ Whatever
t equirements
i \ your may
with bank
to transact business a carefully conducted -
: exhibitions are looked for, as both .
be, it is always a pleasure to serve
I on conservative banking principles. Stetson and Rollins are unusually .
strong this spring.

The score of Tuesday's game by innings I I

We,draw drafts on all parts of the world and buy was as follows:

and sell domestic exchange. Rollins to .114, 102 20*-RHE 11 7 3,
Columbia .010 020 000- 7 3 BANI

Batteries-Rose and White; Kulp,
with others include ,
Our correspondents
many Anderson _and Chalker. a special enclosure, desk, chairs, tellers

the National Park Bank, New York; First National window and entrance to cashier's office ..
: FELLOWS GRAND OPERA THIS maintained for ladies.
Bank, Philadelphia; Third National Bank, Atlanta; : AFTERNOON

Merchants Mechanics National Bank, Baltimore; I II -. "Tie Progressive Baik" Your account solicited

: 1. Carmenia ... ....to to.. Wilson
. Continental & Commercial National Bank, Chicago: Quartet I

: .2. I Love My Jean Bartlett
National Bank of Commerce, St. Lquis. Of to to
: Tener ,Solo

3..I Feel Thy Angel Spirit.Parks .. :
., :
< .' ., < ...,: 'f '' _,
and Baritone Duet. ,
1111111111111111111111I111111111111111111111111111111 Soprano < ,' '
!I 4. Madrigal .. .. .. .. ... ... .Hanes. ;J ">': 1

5. Kerry Dance ....... .. Mollay '.
Quartet "
\ >
4: itk'
'6. When Twilight Falls .. .Parker ; .
Tuesday night at seven-thirty the S. B. Chalfont entertained de-
sixteenth/concert of the Neighborhood -I lightfully Tuesday afternoon in honor Soprano Solo
7. Barcarolle...Dales of Hoffman ;
series was held at the studioof .of her house guest Mrs. A. A. Car- .

Mrs. J. Robinson Murphy. Mr. I mack, of Brownsville, Pa. Quartet
8. Toradore Song...from Carmen
Henry Symonds and Mr. Norman The guests were requested to bring ,
Baritone Solo
Ball carried out the programme successfully. their needlework and ,a prize was of-
9. The Sextette . ....from Lucia
fered for the best worked button- FLORIDA ORANGE GROWS IN

The guests were treated to several hole. As a result of this merry con- Quartet FAVOR
10. Piano Solo .... ........Selected
beautiful songs and pinao numbers test, Mrs. Robert Gailey was rewardedfor
12. May,Gentle Sleep Fall O'er Thee A
- , by the not yet half appreciated Johannes her skill by the present of a dainty Mrs. J. M. Alden, of Gore Ave. hands Large Assortment of
...... .. .. .. ... from Martha
Brahms, Towards the closeS pair of sissors. Quartet us a letter from a friend at Toronto, .

,of the evening many ancient German Late in the afternoon all sewing was Canada, which will be interesting :

folk songs were given, the audience put aside, the attention of all being reading to Orange county citizens
joining in heartily. Mrs. Murphy turned to the delicious ices and cakes OPENS. and especially to Orange growers. New S Spring id Summer Woolens

gave by request several negro melodies served by the hostess. Besides the letter is enclosed an

which she has learned from the Those present were Mesdames Car- advertizement in a Toronto newspaper
Special to The Sentinel
old ex-alaves'in her former.Kentuckyhome mack, C. C. Richard, Samuel Jones, T. New York, March 12.:Three thousand advertising Florida oranges. And to .

H. Thompson, James Hires, Robt. employees of New York City bring it closer home, he encloses an embracing'the most favored

guest of honor was the noted Gailey, T. P. Grant, A. G. Branham, Railway Co's., or members of their orange wrapper bearing the label ofthe

Jurist, Judge Martin Wykoff, of As- Victor Starbuck, Wright, Myers, Geo. families, crowded the new "Cost Orange county Citrus Exchange.Thus I

bury, N. J., who gave a graphic account Crawford, McKean, E. P. Monroe, 0. Price"store which was opened by that we see how far the Florida orange weaves, has just arrived from our '

of the methods and aims of R. Cook, Mrs, S. Atha, Nuckolls, corporation today. No outsiders were travels.

President Woodrow Wilson. Daley, Walker and Misses Wright, allowed to make purphases and mem- That part of the letter referring tothe

Next Tuesday evening the music of Hainer; Todd, Mary Branham. bers of employees families who did orange reads as follows: Chicago Tailors,

Grieg will be heard., -Miss Millie the marketing were provided with 'I have a little orange news I wantto

Smith has consented to sing several MRS. MARKS HONOREDThe free passes over the company's line. send you, which I think you will I \

-, numbers by the famous Norwegian ..._ I Comparison of prices showed that b e pleased to hear, and I know Mrs. ED. V. PRICE & CO. ',
Alden will also be pleased to hear
of Richard P.
composer.4t. friends Mrs. fresh eggs which are bringing 33))

Program First Marks formerly Miss Kate Slemons cents in the local market, were sold bout"Of.,

t Beading, "An Appreciation of I of Orlando, will be interested in know- to employees for twenty cents, chickens course you, know they had abig If you'll' make an early selectionof

J Brahms," Henry T. Fink, Mrs! Ing,that at the annual election of of- at 17'cents, instead of twenty- freeze in California last part of

( xfc Whitney '* ficers of the Jacksonville Woman'sClub four; coffee, 18 cents instead of 38; last year which practically ruined

"A Thought Like Music," rahms, held in that city a few days ago beef 18 copts instead of 21 their crop. Well, here in Toronto, the style and pattern, yet us take

r 'My Queen," Brahams, Mr. Sy- Mrs. Marks was made second vice- The company announces _that they authorities got busy, determined no ,

y monds. president of the organization. expect to lose money at, the start on frozen fruit would be allowed to come for
Piano Solos, "Andante from Sonata," ,the venture. in, and as California orange held the your correct; measure your

M Opus 1, Brahms, "Ballade", Opus 10, ROSALIND CLUB market heretofore Florida never getting -

Brahms, Miss' Rone). FARM FOR INDIANS. a ghost of a show here, the fruit Easter suit We will guaranteeyou
"Mlnnelied" Brahms "The Little men had to buy Florida product,, and
in the month -
The Thursday
' t such of them have in.
Dustman," Brahms, "The Cradle at the Special to the SentinelSt quantities come
Song," Brahms, Mrs. Robinson Murphy being Gentlemen's Evening Club will Petersburg, March 12-A plato n l Why every one is selling them and complete satisfaction.
Rosalind, the pretty rooms establish a farm for the SeminolE! not only so, but all I have talked to (

Brahms be open tonight at eight-thirty. The Indians in the reservation in the low, like them a great deal better than
Uns Tandem
Duet "So Lass and Mr. Symonds. chairman, of the Hospitality Committee er end of the State, is being fisterec I the California product Say they are Brown &
Mrs. Murphy
Program Second has arranged the entertainment by the Rev. Dr. J. W. Godden, a missionary .. jucier and sweeter and cheaper, ando Lartigue
tables for
I to be Auction but several Church that have to
of the
Miss Episcopal now they begun use
of German Folk Songs,
Medley for
Five Hunderd will be in is now in St Petersburg trying t<) them, will likely keep on buying theme

German Roney Folk Songs those not caring for Bridge interest the public in the fate of thi e the future, so you see it has been a

.. ." Indians. He has been working wit!h great boon to Florida, so far as Toronto -
Sommerlied ......... .......12-
Minstrel Song .. .. .... .: .....1452 SURPRISE PARTY. them for many years and has met is concerned and I suppose the Mr. and Mrs. S. W. Venable, of bled a valuable reading library and

Annie of Tharau ... .. .. .'. .. .1825 with much success in his efforts. He same state of affairs exists all over Augusta, Ga., are among the guestsat are entitled to the thanks of Orlando

[The Hostess' Daughter ... .. .. .17- Mrs.McCullpugh,of Amelia ave was .will deliver an address here thurs- Canada, and probably in the U. S. the San Joan. people.

All's the Same to Me ........ 1819 1 pleasantly surprised last Tuesday, I day night explaining his plans. "What we have been using come

Zu Lauterbach .. ... ........,1838 I evening by a dozen of her friends who from Orlando, packed as per wrapper Mrs. Powers, ife of Prof. Hiram Mrs. and Miss Colby, of Sanstead,
Mrs. Robinson MurphyDas gathered to celebrate her birthday. BUMPER FARM CROPS CAUSE INCREASE which I enclose.. Now that the ices Powers, of Rollins, and sister Mrs. Canada, who have been touring the

Zerbrochene Ringlein .. ..1814 The guests brought with them dainty OF WAGES. broken, keep up the standard to a Mills, will arrive in the city this even- Southern part of the State for the

Im Kuhlen Keller ......... .17- refreshments and presented Mrs. Mc- high point, and Florida can control ing by auto from Winter Park and past two months, arrived in Orlando
Mr. Ball Culloch with a large and prettily iced Special to the SentinelWashington the market here, for they,are being will take the midnight train for the yesterday afternoon. They are,pleas-

2' How Can I Leave Thee ....Kucken cake, and wishes that the new year March 12.-The bum advertised extensively as well, and north. antly located at the St Charles. They
the audience might bring with it much happiness. per crops of the past year have not you know that old adage, "make hay will spend a few days in Orlando before '
Sung by
JValdeseprach ... ... ... Schumann only enriched the farmer, but of farm have when the sun is shining. Do you The informal dance held at the resuming their journey by easy
Mr. Symonds ATTENTION ELKS. served to increase the wages know I am as glad about thins as I Country Club Tuesday evening proveda stages to their northern home. They
} laborers. A bulletin issued today de could be. Not there will while here
a native of your state delightful affair, although visit ther relatives,

You are hereby notified that a ,reg- dares wages paid to such laborers glad at California's misfortune, but were fewer than usual in attendance.The Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Child.Mr. .
A JOLLY SWIMMING PARTY have increased about 3.2 cent during
ular session of Orlando Lodge No. per glad that a warrantless prejudice hasbeen next club dance is scheduled for

Orlando has had,many parties dur- 1079, B. P. 0. E., will be held Friday, the year and 7.0 per cent duringthe removed, for I tried a few years March twentyfifth.The E. J. Cox and wife, of Fair-
the last winter but none more
ing than the informal March 14th, at 7:30 p. m., at which past two years.ARCHIBALD ago to sell a couple of cars of Florida mount, Indiana, who have been comingto <
thoroughly ,enjoyable -
.time the election of officers will. be oranges here, and was met on every recommendation of Governor Florida for thirty winters thought
which took at thChrist
affair place ROBBIE DEAD.
I hand with, 'Can't ,sell anything but Park Trammel to allow traveling men, they would stop this winter. But
Sanitarium Tuesday night.A
+ held.By order of the E.,R. the California article.'It and others who can not reach their alas, when the chill'of February and
congenial "crowd" chartered t\ Special to The SentinelTarrytown
DICKSON to vote where the March blizzards began to assert
H. N. homes for election day, ,
N. Y. March 12. Archibald
pool and spent the evening in swim- -
' min diving and performing many' Secretary. Robbie, superintendent of Mrs. The United Daughters of the Con- they happen to be, is fraught with themselves, that old longing for the
5 "stunts" in the refreshing water. Finley Shepard's estate at Lyndhurst, federacy will meet in regular session too many dangers for serious sunny :skies of I Florida took possess-

Among the swimmers were Mr. and NOTICEA died in the Tarrytown hospital this afternoon this afternoon at 3:30 at the homeof consideration. Better a few honest ion of Mr. and Mrs. Cox and they:
B. G. Eolt men lose their vote than to throw open arewith'us again for a short stay
Mrs. Abernethy on
of the from operation for
Mrs. W. W. Rose, Miss Bernice meeting Equal Suffrage an appen- '
the doors to fraud. Mr. Cox at one ,time owned several
French, Miss Josie Martin, of Valdosta League will be held Monday afternoon dicitis.. Circle. :
fine groves in the vicinity of Gabri
ar Ga., Misses Bernice and Louise (March 17th) at 3:30 o'clock at the MRS. 0. P. LIKINS,
Rec See. The Sorosis Library which has ella, where he yet owns two very fine
' Smith, Miss La Montaigue, of Canada, Sorosis Library.The A Car of White Sewing Machine!
sought to meet the needs of the read small groves. On one of these he'wfil
Mr. and Mrs. Powell,Mr.M.M. Smith, committee on constitution will Just arrived. See Magraderl82! Arcade '
i. ing public'of this city ,have added__ build nice little bungalow for a winter
and other important business Whenever you want painting
and Mr. Charles Ramsey. report Building. '
great many new books to the list. ',home, to which they will come
will be transacted.By papering done in a first e1uIman-

Curtis ft" O'Neal's for, real estate, order of acting president4t Inspect Shanaibarfer1 big stock oi r ner, it wfll.pay you to. call on W ,T., which if pushed ii today1 paper..., each winter. The Daily Sentinel "
Mr. and Mrs. Cox
tonrwe* tad ratal* JESSIE THAYER. ''e'S, k, Entries, 228 Eaat Pine street' 1M Ildieof the_Sro i have aaaem keep: company. ,

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