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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: February 19, 1913
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando
Coordinates: 28.533611 x -81.375833 ( Place of Publication )
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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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J : oouNTY'S JUIRO ANNUAl. fAIR FAIR. PROGRAM" FOR TODAY a* PRESIDENT- MAD fRO OF (MEXICO NOW A .I



i; wmmmmmummiJJUtGEST *811'c t i -Wednesday Old Settlers,_,' Second Day Day ..,,,: '-" .*a. PRISONfR..CAPTURW IN THE ML =i

-: 9:00 m.-Band .
a. Concert "I -'--
happiness and contentment within 10:00 a. m.-Exercises in Main Building. -T'
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FIRST DAY GATH- the sacred precincts of his own neigh- 10:30 a. m-Ball Game, Rollins:College vs Ormond Hotel MADERO GOVERNMENT HAS GOVERNMENT BUILDING.
BRING, IN :ASSOCIATION'S ', borhood, and in the embrace'of, the S Team. 0 FALLEN-CABINET ARE

.HISTORY, affections of his own'family, sur- 1:30( 'p. m.-Racing, Harness and Running. '$ PRISONERS APPROPRIATION FOR ORLANDO
rounded as they were, by all that goes 2:00 ,
p. m.-Aeroplane Flight by Prof. C., L. Wiggins. POST OFFICE :
-: : to male life joyous, and sacred, he a' Thursday Sanford Day ;
1iAUsFNiAtUILT saw where the center from which radiates 9:30 a. m.-BMd Concert. Post Master W. R. O'Neal yestev-
: the influences that go to make 10:00 a. m.-Exercises' in Main Exposition Building. MEXICANS 'REJOICING.Diaz day morning received a telegram Xrom
all good government. Touched with 10:00 '. Congressman Frank Clark, wlk& "
a. m.-Awarding Premiums on Horses and Cattle.
the eloquence of his gifted tongue, on the Track.. reads as follows: "Washington D. C;* ;

T 'Thousands Visited the Crowds this word picture of '"Home, SweetHome" 1 0:30 a m.-Ball Game, Rollins College ys. Ormond. Now in Power-More Than Feb. 17. Public building bitl carrying
where rests the ark of .the 1:00 $60,000 appropriation for btu'lating -
.aad Heard Governor. Tram p. m.-Band Concert. Two Thousand Men Killed and
convenant, elicited a full and hearty a 1:30 p. m.-Harness and running at Orlando, passed the house to i
k >.e il'e Address- Splendid PreP'I ,* applause. 2:30 p. .Aeroplane Flight. races. Between Five and Six Thousand day. Signed Frank Clark."

3 >re.,Has. Been ,Arranged for Basing his judgment upon past and 3:30 p. m. Free Attractions Before the Grand Stand. Wounded Mostly Non Thus, by the efforts of our congressman j
-: The Rest Gof the Week. present conditions, he grew prophet S e combatants. we have reached first tan
i ic of Florida's future.and saw in this * * a S's. * a a a a a a a a a Let not your hopes soar too high J-
<;i: A characteristic day of Florida sunshine I marvelous development promise for Special to The Sentinel however. This bill must needs fat e' greeted" the people'- of 'Orange- state of splendid accomplishment Mexico City Feb. 18.-Madero's pass the Senate and secure the signature v
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county,yesterday,..and, catching the where the best people from all partsof government has fallen and the president of the President before it i* i
; spirit of the day all made full and the? United, States, and even from MADERO'S<: Jl CUSTODY. TERRIFIC SHELL FIRE and his cabinet are prisoners tonight of any avail. Its fate in the senateis 1
in the national Huerta
palace.
L' ,prompt,response. the old :world might gather under not very reassuring and if it pis* ted
'' At nine o'clock' 'the.,band gave a these genial skies and establish homes PRESIDENT CRESTFALLEN OVER LULL AFTER ALL-NIGHT BAT- has ,been made provisional president that' body while Mr. Taft is President ;
', brief. concert on, Orange Avenue in where' peace and contentment, prosperity HIS DOWNFALL.. TLE ONLY CHANGE with the approval of Felix Diaz. it would be vetoed. Mr. Wiser .I
': ,front\;,of'the San Juan Hotel, where and happiness would reward Mexico City, Feb. .-Madero was Special to The Sentinel, I Blanquet, entering into the capital would, probably approve it ,
w ,Governor.! TrammeU was stopping. their efforts. arrested early this evening at the Mexico City, Feb. 18.-Firing went last night with his men went at once 1J
-'!< At' :ten o'clock the procession started At the conclusion of the address, National} palace by one of his most on practically the whole night from I to the Capitol, where he placed Ma. TODAY'S RACES -:I
4= for the Fair Grounds arriving thereat Secretary W:. R. O'Neal, announcedthe trusted commanders, Blanquet,- and both the Federal and rebel positions.In I dero'and his cabinet under arrest Ii.

10:20, wherein the main Exposi ,day's program, and stated that immediately afterward, Huerta, Ma: the total darkness it was impossible they have been prisoners all day Wednesday February 19th; 1913.
'tion'Hall,the' opening exercises were the governor would be glad to shake dero's commander-in-chief, was proclaimed to ascertain whether any advantage in the palace, but censored dispatches First Race-2.35 Class. Pacing ,s

conducted., hands with'the people, and would step president Gustavo Madero, had been gained by either side.1 did not permit this information best three in five heats. Elwood, 0.gray .
'President, H. H." Dickson, made a down in front of the platform, where brother of the president was arrested At dawn the artilery duel died down! to get out. mare, Owner C. M. Hand, Si- 1
few).introductory-'remarks_ which were the people might pass around and about the same time in a restau- gradually and finally ceased at '5:15.! More than two thousand men have ford. 2. Cassie L., bay mare, J. F :
:listened to 'with,unusual interest because shake his hand, and the crowd pro'mpt. rant by Huerta. No reason for the seccation of hostilities : been killed during the week and, between Watkins, Orlando. 3. Gertrud '
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,he was_at the head of this great ly,embraced the opportunity of greeting Madero, at the time of his arrest was known. : five and six thousand, mostly Route, bay stallion, W. W. Plum Jj,
k ,enterprise; and had given so much I their governor. was broken in spirit and could not Up to a quarter past eight the fight non-combatants wounded. It was a Jacksonville. 4. Billie Nelson, kj
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;time VjtHe' During); the' address of the ,Gocer- loger make an optimistic statement in ing had not been renewed. The tenth I short, but bloody and determined conflict gelding, J. Crossent Jacksonville. S.. .j:
'Y, then: presented Mr. LeRoy B. nor, on the platform with him, beneath the face of his inevitable fate. day of the Civil War in the capital! Diaz power will again reign in Rox Riley, bay gelding, G. H. Sprague.
: Giles, who in :-a 'few well chosen re a canopy of Orange County One of his strongest divisions had found virtually no changes in the positions Mexico. Second Race. Special Pacing, be>t 11
i asarksantrodaced'the'speaker' of; the I Ir colors 'sat the officials of the Fair, deserted him during the day, marching of the antagonists, but it was Lieutenant Colonel Shot three in five heats. 1. Miss Elleta
"' hour, Governor'Park;TrammeU. The: County Commissioners, the. Mayor out ,of i the capitol. understood, that the Federals had received Mexico City, Feb. 18th.-The news ThompsonC. M., F. M Dermott,'Jiclr f

:introductory was very; becoming, ,in I and ,the President of,the City Council, He intercepted them and chased reinforcements.It of the change of government whichdidn't sonville. 2. Maud W. B.AL-L, 4 "
: ', the fact,that )(r., Giles is an Orange of Orlando,'and representatives from them back into the palace and had was thought that,the break in the become public until after six Williams, Ocala, Fla. 3. ?Dutches

.:;' county Product._ Born: ,and reared here the Press of Orlando, and other representative them summarily executed. battle meant meery la change of tac. o'clock tonight caused great, excitement I'Hal, B. M., D. Lockhart, Orlando. 1.(.
profess' citizens of the county. After six hours fighting Huerta this tics by the Federal commander. Itwas here. The streets are now filled .I Little Hal Ch. S., D. Lockhart,::0r. .I'I'I' 1

.., .'son 'of law I'and selected* his. home afternoon, made an attempt to com stated in authoritative quarters with crowds of people shouting their alndo. ,,
city,as a,fitting'p1aee for[ young. man municate with Diaz and his actions that .no truce had been arranged. approval. Third Race-Half Mile Dash. U I
;",,' :to,.establish- :a'' business Ddfi' . .THE'BIPLANE FLIES 'precipitated a sharp battle in which The government troops today obtained J Lieutenant Colonel Rieberol who refused Ban Star, S. G. D. Wienenga. 1 .
:; :side. Then, 'too;,:the ,Governor is a I: I' '- th erebels dealt out a teriffic fire. possession o>(the Young Meen's to abide the new state of affairs Hazel Thorpe, B. M., W. W. Plummet {

...t .:young man, and this :is the young The flight' ,by Mr, Wiggins. in, the Genera Huerta's purpose in wish Christian Association building, which was shot in front of the palace. 3. Lou Lanier, B. M. W. W. Plua-
'J Ian'a .. Wright biplane was one of the best communicate had been in the hands of the rebels It is said that Maderoytesigned 4.
; age.Governor ing to with Diaz' ob- mer. Lewis B., B. G., E. F., BeU -
',.J '. TrammeU lis, ,a gentleman ever seen in this section of the country viously was not known or there would since the second day's fighting: when Blanquet ordered him to surrender |(

f' ,.of pleasing: appearance and easy ad- and the people expressed great have 'been no firing. It is believed Leaders of the government troopsare the office before six o'clock on MONDAY'S FOOT RACE TO PINE : _
'. < ,dress. He is ,a man ,who has,.made satisfaction. Wiggins is a man* of that Huerta at this hour desired to preparing for aggressive action pain of execution at that hour. CASTLE
'It 'his:way in'the.world and as such men nerve for he is using the same machine I make his peace with Diaz and arrange against the rebels' positions. It is Felix Diaz, the triumphant rebel -

r;' always. are;'he is" 'substantial;and has that dashed Rodgers to deathat for the overthrow.of Madero.! said they,intend to use dynamite gren leader announced himself -as in com Winners-Albin Swaidmark, 1st
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'' "the esteem of that large class of men Los Angeles a ,year ago. Shortly after four the order to ades and mortars throwing,dynamites plete accord with these arrangements. prize. Hadar Swaidmark, 2nd prize
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f ,designated as "the,masses."' The' Races cease firing brought battle to a halt. I ells. This is virtually what-was announced About eleven entries were mach
f :The Governor began'his'address by The horse races were spirited and Blanquet had been at. the palace' by President Madero lastnight MURDER SOLVED BY CONFESSIONS .I{and about six finished.

a ,paying ,a nice' compliment to Mr. were real speed contests. Lovers of since yesterday when he led his forces ;. . ,u. gel; The runners started from the A \
f 'Giles and a glowing tribute'to Orange fleet-footed horses will find many in into the city, reaffirmed his loyalty Important developments are expected ..n' C. L, passenger: depot and went tht

county.. the, entries this season that will excite to' ,Madero and listened to patriotic to take place in the course of the Special to The SentineLWincheste.r clay road, around Lake Lucerne.
1 'He said that twenty two, )years: ago, 'admiration i :' the horses are Speech by Huerta_ in front of the palace Ky., Feb. 17.-Confes. They were accompanied by auto.

:while yet,a boy, he, with other young g, not only sfeedy'but.,classy in appear *. "' *w-: day.It was found shortly after daylightthat sons giving every detail of the plot mobiles.
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j Js friends_ came, up from: Polk, county ance. vColored.. -. ] Then Blanquet and Huerta conspired the rebels under Felix Diaz had which ended in the murder of "Dea The above young men came in far

,to.enjoy 'a:dayat*, -:one of the beauti DepartmentThose .the surrender to Diaz in such a 1 materially extended their lines and con Ed" Callahan in Breathitt County, in advance of any of the others bfi
.F hall of the,colored I a were made,today by threeof several minutes
'fuhlakes"near Orlandoand t e.high who visit the, manner that they could save themselves were threatening some of the Federal year ago '
,f : people :I are: more than pleased regardless of Madero's fate. positions. the men alleged to have been implicated They are amatuer runners and bail
'- has been in and who are in jail here, according 1 the
with the work that placed This is not doubted: Although ,Huerta advantage of college training i* ,
.:.J''ish:heart: under, the",-spell of pleasant their hands by the Association.The failed to personally communicate TO GUARD AGAINST DISEASE to a statement given out by :athletics, but have never run in an*., l#

.;: surroundings. ', '_ colored farmers/have broughtof with Diaz this afternoon, his emisa- IN FRUIT Commonwealth's Attorney* Crutchtr., I professional races.SUFFRAGIST .
That he' has kept' in' close' touch the, farm and garden products ries succeeded in arranging a meeting; Several of the dozen or more men

:: .with. .this ,1 locality and:the'people,who which 'are the products of their own, with Diaz and coup D'etat, was then SpceUI to The SentinelWashington f charged with a hand in the murder, ,, FROM AMERICA. IS
,t have, come and gone 'since then ,and and baked goods, canned goods and decided upon. Shortly afterward Feb. 18.To guard were placed on trial at various times, SENT TO ENGLISH JAIL

that he has never had ,occasion to, alter confections that do them great credit Blanquet seized Madero and all members against the introduction of plague and :but witnesses invariably swore that -
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.'f' the good'opinion then'formed. From the Hungerford school is furniture ,"of the cabinet and made them yellow fever into the United States i they saw them in distant towns on the London, Feb. 18.-Miss Zellie

::. He, spoke: of county Fairs as more and reed goods that show great prisoners in the name of Diaz. Ma through tropical fruit importations I day of the tragedy. Perjury charges son, the militatnt suffragette, of Emer-I

: than places of amusement. ,.more.than skill and. our colored brethren may dero, earlier in the day, had offered between April and November, Surgeon against these witnesses are now pend son, M ch.,who is carrying on a cam :1
k :a place to visit-they 'are these. but justly be proud of them. The 'encouragement I: to force the cabinet to resignshrdlto General Blue, of the public health -ign. ; I paign of window-smashing in the east
,much ,more. They are'places for,*the ,to .them from, this Fair will froce the cabinet.and vice president i service, today, ordered Surgeon J. H. The death of Callahan, leader of his end of London, in company with.Miss
exchange and interchange of' ideas bear fruit to resign, he .to retain presi"}'White of New Orleans: to the follow-. faction, in Breathitt County, marked Sylvia Pankhurst was again arrested i,
., which have,in them an.'uplift f r.bu. Merchants and MechanicsIn dency. This was promptly rejected ing Central American and West Indian the last score or more, of murders today. She was sentenced to a tent .
inanity and a betterment ofjheircon. -Merchants and Mechanics Hall byDiaz. .., ports to inspect health conditions among the Beach, Hargis Callahan of two months at''hard labor.

,ditions., He'said"that'such gathering there, are.several 'very good exhibits. Firing continued practically all night and precautions:. and Marcus families. Miss Emerson and her companioat

together of,a people;of,a county and Among which'are Cohoon Bros., with In the, early .morning fighting the Belize, Puerto Cortez, Tela and Cei broke all the windows of the Liberal
t1 their products, stimulate, local pride gasoline engines' and pumps., Theyare I government troops again obtained be, Honduras; Livingston, Zacapa and LET US SEND YOU THE PAPER Association's building at Bow. lufc ,.\.
,and buildup splendid conditions.' agents 'for the celebrated International poSession of the Young Men's Christ Puertos Barrios, Guatemala; Bocas i night

,"But," said he Governor; "we.::'must I :engines, and,pumps. For' irrigation ian Association. building, which had del Toro, Panama; Port Limon, Costa Can't we place your name on our Miss Sylvia Pankhurst was also se& '
; not.be content to consider:alone ques or house:systems.of furnishing been in'the hands of the rebels hince Rica, and Kingston and Port Antonio, subscription books?, We have sent tenced to two months at hard labor ,

r' ..tionJ"which'.affect theindustrial'con-: water' supply Cohoon Bros. seem the second day's, figthing. !Jamaica. you several copies and you must knowin
l! 'ditions :and problems; :social and. political to have a splendid outfit and are' get During a lull in the fighting, the 'Guided by Dr. White's report the this time whether you want to keep MUCH IN- 'LITTLE .
7 problems: of importance ting;much attention j rebel battery placed in position within public health service wlil adopt'such abreast of the times or not by readinga

'1 demand a portion of our,attention and The Cement Casket Company from a block,of the American embassy, measures as are necessary with the: live, wide-awake daily Our tele American railroads now carry a billion -
,,have'. much to :do, with the ,succesS I I Winter: Park have a very, : good exhibit ; and another, east of the embassy., least possible .interference-- with the, graphic service gives you the news tons of freight annually i'
and prosperity 'of any:community.. ,At this time the government 'officials fruit trade.. several hours, 'sooner that you can -

; ,The,high offices'of government received ' Bumby: Hardware Company have;:a believed to be preparing 'to use !, possibly,get it otherwise. Look this i Eggs laid by aNew Zealnad lizard ,
a touching' up that' gave' to very creditable exhibition of special J dynamite .grenades and mortars THEATERS paper over- carefully and if you' thinkit require 14 months to hatch. ,
:14-'' them real 'meaning,' and larger purpose. lines which they are pushing throwing, dynamite shells. S hortly ::worth ten cents a ,week delivered
:y To the,/sacred duties of citi after ten the rebel artilery resumedits Tonight 'at the Favorite: I The at your home before breakfast call,up The Spokane Humane; society halt I {

.j f 'senship' he ascribed, '"the hope" of, thecountry BALL GAMES AT FAIR I activity firing .in. the direction, of, Mysterious' Auto; by :M.rama.. phone 24 and let us. put you onour established a hospital for sick dogs.. ,
'.:;: The basic'principles-9" of goodgovernment the palace. Fifteen minutes later,2.' Her Last Resort, by Bisen, drama. list otherwise it may the last copy ','J
",, 3. :Dick's predicament Comic.WEATHER ; will receive. Charles Drake, inmate ofhouse and'
asserted rested with
:; ne Hotel Ormond d.Rollins 'College 1 big guns on both sides.were belching you
,.' the 'indiVtd aL But that which ''met . in Montciello, N. Y., hae'fal3et i
J.' ,' - will;>cross bats 'at the Fair grounds forth- fierce fire'and battle was 'at heir to
:1' 'the undivided,approval of that ,large today 10:30 and at the same hour its hottest. 'Fighting became particularly i REPORT WEATHER 'REPORT i $500,000.,1" .
t 'audienceofhumebeiderssnd, ;; home tomorrow vicious .in the vicinity of the! t For the past ,24 hours: Yesterday -, 0 ::1
r 'Jovers'was'his"eloquent and,touching, I These will* be exciting : American,embassy, .the walls.of, the Florida. geoelSirVfair- Wednesdayand morning at,6:38, a. nu, 44 minimum. Minnesota,has 767 banks uh&r
'" ' games ., 1/ state supervision,' with resources t* i I
r'picture of-theborne, -. He spoke of in ,Thursday "e" At 1 74 maximum. ,
; .. IOn iondi has Jimmie Archef..TqmRichie embassy, being pierced several .p.DL,. 'T150,975,98i6oVLos t '
tiling .
having been.at ,Wahington and;wit- .and chibaIdof'th&, Chicago places, ,but only sligh :damage being, } \ F
'.Mted 'the J ,:workings_ : :1 thefederalgOVern and done.. The Rebels had'clearly outfought ,theMaderists"at
eetit cubs also Manning,ofiBuffalo' term Quartz lamps are experimentally_in Angeles;may; increase iU fowl,' t 1
", ; > ;; in_:all. its splendid departments Hutchason:of'Columbus. Rollins and :At.one, another respite occurred :lathe every !: streets 1
I ,the ,9t Chicago and are deal iMk
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a, great fighting only to be, resumed .
) : last week anhour '
,- j : his Ormondplayed'.two: :games of Madero's arrest and erase* wide- said to: put,the other electric lamps growing_alum ceafitiefls.Farmera .. ,1''
Pdde'l'the'faet"cif being ;intefWl ,
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p of'that great government; Again all the, guns of, belligerents 'gpread: ,, 'rejoidag. At" ....tame- of,- she I.? l -
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(''. V Madero's position 'was momentarily ;of.Ufeigh co aty.., Pa;'Itport' ,tj
be when he case hoe ;and; west out were brought into play and until four',arrest;; j '
; r I'the. 'qu tetede'of the;.Country. ; and, :"It| wfll'pay;yontolook;: up.'Board' ;:! this afternoon when the bugles sounded ;'We weakening:' Dd ',tke>:troops._" :' '' ,Pena' ',of 'yoar.own ,town. :Curt 1' two valued'at million.;bwbel' crop af.pietatoesl ,

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'x':" decently :read in .your" paper':that ;a 1 The ; Parcels PostIS :
_*setting. 'in the, interest of game pro.fection -:
L : had?been ,held,at Arcadia' ,'at BAKG4IN 1 BARGAINSI BARGAINS :
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(tpmmending: 'that"shooting"'ol were: ,adpoted: dee, A GREAT HELP SO IS TO THE PEOPLE .i :

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absolutely prohibited for four ..
-ft 'was'also stated that Polk r ,,Lee years anKanatee McCulloch's. Department Store', < I We' take pleasure in announcing to Ladies and Childrens Ready ,,tov*-; ;
II ..L.' ', the people in Orlando and vicinity, wear hats from SOt up. ,"= ? .
counties were expected to coDerate .
that, our line of ,
Spring and Summer Ladies Rain Coats, Regular$3.00"Merchandise
with ,DeSoto : in this I d
: county which is arriving daily kind, now $2.98.
Childrens
"jwvement Sit down and sum up 'all your bills, putting ( such as Dry Goods, Clothing, Shoes, Proof Capes from $1.98 Ra"in" .
:The i ,DeSoto county-.game protection. all in one amount, titan come and see us and : ; Hats, Millinery, Ready to Wear Hats, Ladies Washable up. 1
Skirts
*' firsts: ,are.thus;moving,for action 'that give its an opportunity to explain our up-to- 4' the Styles Shown are varied enough from $1.24 all' styles j
o to 'me"'absolutely if date plans for relieving financial .. '. up. '-
jeems necessary your pains to suit the tastes of every ,one, and Ladies and Children's i
: wrly, extermination,of the wild game Coats and 4
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are keeping with every Suits at Surprisingly low '
Prices.
,\iq:South: Florida is to be prevented -THOUSANDS OF ,THINGS IN THIS STORE THAT purchaser's idea of economy. Calicos Sc per yard.

"The sportsmen and others who hav YOU 'CAN PURCHASE FOR LESS MONEY THAN SPECIAL BARGAINS DURING French Gingham lOc per yard. ,
:attest In game and bird conserva- ,: FAIR WEEK.
ittr, 'and' :who would not. have, any ELSEWHERE. WHY NOT PAY THIS STOREA ':; Shoes for Men, Ladies, Misses and To accomodate the trade we giveaway :
VISIT AND PROFIT BY nice china Wire '
OUR REPUTATION for premiums '
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or interesting species '',- Children in all styles and colors, high
: V, the borders of extinction, should FOR SQUARE DEALINGIcCULLOCH'S and low cut, to suit the taste of every to everybody who trades with us. We \
Guarantee
*Vy:alt means co-operate in this'movewent body.. All Shoes will sell at FIFTEEN refunded.Satisfaction, or your mon.., '!
"r and have, the proposed legisla- "' I PER CENT OFF. ey

t Qn cover Orange county as well aibe s DEPARTMENT[ [ STORE[ Ladies Shirt Waists' and '41(.dd Y.Come and convice yourself.
:: : other counties named. Blouses of styles from 98e up. Your Trade will be Appreciated'Ladies

t Dam' not a resident' of Orange coun w.. Dresses from 98c up. \' Men's Straw Hats from 25c up'.
'iy, but'.I am proud to be a property w OPPOSITE POST OFFICE 'r" 't : Childrens Dresses from 48c up. Men's Alpaca Coats from $UO
., ; inner there'and hope to be a resi-: **-" M : up.

;Jent ,very soon. Thus I feel more Try Shopping With Us by Parcel Post. All Orders
7 than a long-range interest in the press - Receive Prompt Attention t.
; nation of the wild life 'not only of Kanner's New York

"rhole.$range:, county, but of Florida as a ) 0 ;

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have made many! visits to Florida 1 '

.a' ind; having been l long interested in game of the country. ;, :.
;. 'the,things of,the wild",I.have looked Edward H. Forbush of the Massa- Bargain Store
,; rith .some 'care into the game and chusetts State Board of Agriculture WELCOME TO
;vngbird conditions And I am firm has made the statement that if the
'. 'ii.(the belief that no state in the destruction of wild ducks is continuedat RIYAL PALM If You
Would be Posted be a,Daily Visitor to this StoreJ -
: 'Tnion is so much in need of radical the present rate there will be none I,
Egislation for the better protection left in North America in less than BARBER SHOP

if the,wild game than is Florida. fifty years. In my own state of.

The songbirds are reasonably well Maryland, for example, these waterfowls i Modern and Complete.
protected: ,so far as legislation goes, are legally 'killed from November -i o
# tod the state Audubon Society is do- until far into their mating season Everything new, individual

.!mjp its splendid work with' energy, i in the spring, a barbarous and wasteful electric attachments at every
fat:there is 'no up-to-date state maiinery -' practice continued in the interestof 'chair. No stone has been left J OVV '
H
: for the systematic: enforcement -i the market hiinters alone' and be- unturned to make this shop !VMia! 1 WA
meet th erequirements of the
S. of the game and bird laws. cause these market hunters seem to
There }is a plain .need of .a state I have a, pull with those who control most particular. Plenty of I
tame'Commission, ,or Commissioner,I legislation And so these wild ducksare room. Courteous attendants. ,

wt md a resident"as well as, a uniform shot'during their entire migration ELIJAH WHITEHEAD,
lonresident hunting license law to down[ and up the coast, and so late Proprietor.: o'
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,Jjrnish: money for an efficient wardenlystem. in'the spring that they are worthless j Orange Ave., - Orlando, nO.I 0
.,' for food. The only remedy seems tobe ]I J '. .. '

Crgia' is one 'of the more recent government regulation of the hunting -, ... +'0 :' ;'.
hates :to adopt a protective measures i of migratory species, and a bill I I :,
< ,*lisort,inaction its people found for'.that. purpose is now before congress I ;
ibsolutely'necessary to save the wild and has had favorable committee '- ,
*j sn from; extermination, while Ala- consideration. I hope Florida's "

} lama has had the, system ,in effect- senators and representatives in : Indee
.lire,,: lking'order for several years. gress will be urged to support con-I rt .
,.JndJ Florida should not longer,delay Returning to the land birds, a number -

y r- jislation! along the,same lines. of states where partridges wereplentiful I They ..
*1,presume,that,it is generally un- a vary few years ago, and I : .,
Jerstood,by those,who are in any way where,?fc efficient warden service is I ,
'interested in;this thing that the wild .i in't) enforce the game laws,I IhaviM AreNo

r Ire_of Florida has in the past twenty- ; 'make_ a continuous closed I IS E
ire years.suffered more'than that of eason, for:several years duration in 1 F
a. 'toy'other state:in the Union. A,tablejempiled :rderthat breeding stock of these birds better cigars are to. be, ; I .;..--------,

# by William T, ;Hornaday in might be saved. Even an open seasonas I found anywhere we're ; 0
1MH3,from reliable data obtained from short as two or three,weeks, previously -I sure of than hence we feel Hardware, Agricultural Implements, Harness Saddlery
,
,, thirty,states; shows that the decrease tried' in these states, did not no hesitancy in saying that
it bird life during the preceding fifteen I seem' to check the destruction sufficiently regardless of price, there isnot Paints Oils Building Material Etc.
,
: ,;years amounted to an average to prevent a steady decrease a cigar made that you ,
&45.pet cent,',while,that for Florida, that'was leading fast toward extinction can enjoy more than
ttejhjghest, ',"in the list, was 77 ,per If that be the case in states HAWLEY'SSTRAIGHTS 0 Orlando Florida '
tenth! Think of it, you people who having an open season of only a ,
',tre'proud 1of your state and 'her rewujeer. month or less for quail, what,must bethe andHAVANAS io .
't, 1 More than three-fourths of result in Florida :with your unreasonably r

z lour..bird life destroyed in fifteen long open season of four ,Made in Orlando. Sold by :
'jpears! And much of this destruc- months. No wonder you have reached all Dealers. Only cost 5

r 'den;was mere wanton killing, though the point where absolute protection cents.ASK
:uch'of itwas the work of the brutal for several years is necessary to save FOR THEMKVKRYHINfl .

market, hunters,and vicious killer for the species. And the other species
: jtainjMk i Of,the extent of the further1lcmase of f game considered at the Arcadia 11111 ill 11111 11111 11111 III, W. M. SLEMONS

since 1898 I have no means meeting, especially deer, doves, and
U" Mrig. turkeys; need an equal period of absolute -I ,
In'" _&wild life of Florida you have ,protection with the quail or part-

are of 'Jte state's most valuable, assets ridge., 0 F
both from the esthetic and economical Another bird that is open to the
Our Ne S StO is In
standpoint. Therefore, the shooters in Florida should be given -IN- Spring [ Coning

tohservation of this wild life is aproblem protection at all times. There is no

i of vital importance to every excuse for its being on the game list FEEDFOR And we will offer to you a Choice Selection of High Class .
J good citizen of your state. any,more. No man who deserves,the I Goods. ,I
During a number of visits to Or- name'of "sportsman" will kill it and I IN DRY GOODS, ALL THE STAPLE AND USEFUL
,
'. -rnge county I have been surprised tot others should not be permitted to do I GOODS as' well as FANCY SILKS, and FINE DRESS
last I refer to the Robin, only a winter GOODS HOSIERY IN SILK V
so" few quails. During a good. so. LISLE AND COTTON, and J JI
"' 'fral of nature scouting, '(without a visitor in the south but one of our the Many Accessories that Women Use. . . . .. . .
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{oni ,in your woods and hammocks, familiar and cheerful song birds atthe LIVE STOCK

,;can 'recall having seen only one : north, nesting about our homes Bargains Six Days in Every Week
a :'wall covey; and these had been fed and doing much good service .in the ,, ;
lad protected by the owner of thelid destruction of grubs and insects in LAUBACHThe We carry all the time a large stock of SHOES of the
on which I saw them. I may be our groves and gardens. ,.,'. best makes and newest styles. KING QUALITY MEN'S
'-wrong; but I am inclined to believe Robin shooting is one of, the,relics SHOES. CRADDOCK TERRY'S WOMEN'S SHOES 1
\Mt',you:have almost as many gun- 'of barberism and does not speak well Grain Man. AND CHILDREN'S SHOES. NONE BETTER ARE t,

:'., mn,in Orange county (including theTRnter Ifor the higher humanity of a state Chard Street, PhMe 1881 SOLD IN THIS'MARKET.
f, colony). ,as you have '"Bob that legally permits it. Virginia has 1 i SCHLOSS BROS. FINE SUITS FOR MEN at,$15.00,
:Whites." recently wiped the ,stain,, of Robin $20.00, $25.00 and $30.00 are ,unsurpassed for STYLE
;Well, whether I'bve'guessed right hooting from her code. I: should like I Ito FIT AND QUALITY.
learn of Florida's doing the, same: LORD BALTIMORE BOYS SUITS WILL BE SURE ,, ,,
W not,you have few .enough of these L Mus : .
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,'.r *)&& and should:call a halt' and save at'the next'&ssion of the legislature. TO PLEASE YOU. 4
HT "' -fat is left until they have had some W SCOTT WAY, 'j -

i .rt of,reasonable chance: 'to increase Easton, Md., Feb. 15, 1913. THEManicure Cdll8P8IIS1'. i

fc iWr" \species.Bestrictive. laws have not,kept Pedicure ,Shampoo I W. M.
game One-fourth off ,on all goods Sale Siemens
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pleb with improved firearms, methods, Face and Scalp Massage.
first of March.
lasts until the
,if rapid transportation and increase Parlor over Dickson & lyes store '1
1: ,.f hunters. Thus every year a hear 2-12-tf comer Orange and Central 1 1 i< 'V'V. II I ".

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natural methods. Science hat demon 1 1 ARC )E BUILDING I
Ladies' and Gent's
: :atrated that each body,h:1Svit ri itwhat' CHURCH ST. FurnishingsWe ;
; they: ,are r eased to call ''the; of the heaviest stocks
carry one in this section of the State therefore
suit
auto protective mecahnisnT .or takel'care in} ir- -F anything you want. Come and see. We buy the best on" the market and sell can as reasonable you in
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we money by giving you a square deal. That it is best for us'
.: ; itself if given a half chance j to sell you goods at a small profit and see you often. Our goods will make your heart happy, :.
bathed, exercised,and: .
If children ate, saveYou money and bring you back when you need more. 9 '.
taught properly'concerrini_ ;sex i)
were !
hygiene it would not be,long until disease TheBesti i Cheapest 32 West Church Street '
p _,would:disappear entirely.
Prevention and not cure is the proper :I o
function. of the physician. When SOGE1 THE BEST OF
Payne Bldg ORLANDO
:people generally; come' to realize this I ORIDA;

;. they will force, the; national govern aints ana Wall PaperTHE I
;vment to put physicians on a salary ,
:as the army officers and thereby,elim IIHIIIIIIMIIIIIIIMIIHI I '"
l.inate: commercialism, one of the curses 1912 WAL ''PAPER IN SAMPLES II
; of medicine,, and' direct them to I Star ::
; IS GRAND AN WILL BE PLEASED Employment t
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TO SHOW THE ALL YOU ,HAVE TO
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diseases instead
: and prevent Fireplace Mantels
\' cf vying to cure them. DO ,IS TO TE PHONE AND I WILL : Agency : .
However until.that good time comes BRING THE STIFLE TO YOUR HOME. ;
o Tell your troubles to Palmer.He Tiles and Grates ; ,
(may it not be long) my conscientious ,
1% :belief is,based,upon ten years experience I will. get reliable help in any .
'* ,that,,chief''reliance should, be 50., A. BARKER PHONE. 268 line of employmentPhone Calorie Fireless Cookers, .
placed upon natural common-sense, 105

:remedies. Undoubtedly people reach Electric Pocket Flash lights
"the condition, if not treated in, time I. -- ,-iHititiniHMiiiimttI :. :.: :.: ,
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'where nothing but the knife vutj avail - .
Iakeweise'drugs,have their place for ' Complete Electric lighting Plants oi
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: .those tendency who is demand away theoa from--drugs! ,bat tle and whole: I RING GMI LINERY[R OPENING[ I Barylarian'sOriental Any Size Installed.

t predict'it will soon be the same with ArtStoreLatest .
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surgery 'It is scientifically proved : 0 '.-
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and Designs and Patterns
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noted physicians of other schccU that ,
in Oriental Goods
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there w eenters_In the M-it't! which PIERCE :
,i control the' actions of the internal \ FeJwuaiL6th: and 27th. Ladies Expert and Tailoring,Gentlemen for
secreting glands, and if these glands ELECTBICIAN.P19NE
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v.jll; Progress Laundry for
are, stimulated propcl they
throw into the blood'stream substances I,. ORDIAL. 11ON-EXTENDED' . TO AllSSESmlLM&IlJMS White Folks Only 43t." New laid
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that will raise i '.or IweiJ1ebl: I Cor. Church and,Court Sts..
pm.ure. raise,or lower the temperature -
increase the red or white corpuscles .- I.
,relieve pains nf various kinds
Eighteen cars of celery and one of:
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and in a word help nature back ,to
;, normal. .4YG8 AYENlpl ORLANDO, FLA. lettuce were shipped from'Sanford on
Friday of last week and thirteen more Read the'Daily
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,,Florida i Sentinel. H. H.Dickson is in receipt of a
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.. I"t MOBNING.'AM. > \WWCLT8UB6CWPT10N .._ letter from W. K. Jackson ,of Lakeland I 'There,are many things just',now tohold You
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..; ,, secretary of the National Retailers ,the. attention of the people in; Search as Will !
RATBfii Association of Hardware Deal Orlando. Nevertheless the 'Thacker- :

9 ers, which reads as follows and is of Fisher meeting continues with :increasing : -S

t. : .)" | Carrier THE'DAILY, per'week .'.SENTINEL:..........:.... .10 great importance to :this city: earnestness and interest.
r ,, "Iam:making up,the details of an Last night both the preaching..and

*, :THE: WBfiKLY SENTINEL. itinerary fora ,special' train Jackson the singing were of a marked order. You Cart Find More for !
)r year, kr maO, pottao paid .........ILOOUireu ville to Tampa to leave Jacksonville Dr.Thacker has announced as his subject -
THE :SENTINEL, 'Orludo.FIori. on Saturday morning at 3:30 and to "The need of a revival soon." ,
8A1ee.. lOT Court,Street. Arcade BufliHnjrPaone reach Winter Park about 9 a. m., With great distinctness he made the .
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24 '- where we would like the,party,to be difference between a revival of, sin Your Money Elsewhere

met, by automobiles and whisked ouj and,one of sinning by quoting Paul's
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to the Seminole for breakfast, and words. where he describes his first ? :
JOSIAH FHOIS,. ,deter. :.
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from there on down thfbugh ,Orlando' offending of the moral teaching of the ,
WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY-19,1913 to,the station to which the train had law as it is related to sin. When sin, NOR CANl YOU FIND BETTER JEWELRY "

__1 gone. as thus preceived in the demands of .
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,a { Everything is fair in Orlando. Or if the people of Orlando I preferred the law, the satisfaction, of the THAN OUtS. FOR SEVERAL YEARS THIS .:
o breakfast could be given at Apostle in his righteousness gave way ..
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A knocker,has no use,Uving in'Or- the San Juan. and he beheld Christ as the only Re HAS BEEIJ SO, IT IS SO TODAY, IND, WILL } ,
: undo. This bunch _of people are Hardware deemer., The preacher went on to : '- ,
--? Dealers and their wives and daughters show that a man could sin physicallyas BE SO TOMORROW, NEXT YEAI- AND IN .
from 42.states who will have been when the body is debauched, he '
The metropolis of the :world=OrMndo. : "
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.. attending"the National Retail Hardware can sin mentally, as when the, mind ...-- THE YEA TO CO IE. .1'J .) : .
f o Convention in Jacksonville that neglects the testimony of the truth, 0 -
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.1 Soon the seed catalogues will be I I will have adjourned on Friday ,evening he can_sin morally, as when he says I
a Z awning'in. ...... and these are going out to see in his heart "There is no God." He I
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uo I something' Florida. Hundreds of can sin spiriatually as when ke ; tiid

r 'Here'it is;' now_, almost Easter, them have never been in the state, tramps the blood of Christ under foot' Why Not H ve I the Best Be Sure

low time flies; and'every one.is a bona fide businessman as a worthless thing, and does despiteto

oWe .- or the wife or daughter of one. the Spirit of Grace. The speakeris
} will We do not know just yet how many a searching application of tiie truth
i probably get our cold
leather about March 4th. there will be in the party, but anywhere brought the audience to a relization '
1 lt 0, I I from 150 to 300. of the enormity of sin. If It's in t thr) Jewelry Lin!iWe Have It ItT

Lee County is preparing to:call. :a i This'impresses me as being one of Mr. Fisher was at his best in his' ,
fend! election for good roads. i the very best adevrtising schemes solo work last night. He is a fine
-- o that Florida has ever had, and es developer of good singing in the con-

Fifteen.thousand population'for Or- pecially ,to the cities and towns that gregation. He urged all singers to
indo in nineteen fifteen. will be given an opportunity of en- join the chorus choir.
Eva the
< 04. t tertaining these people for a' few I Services today at 10 o'clock. Tonight : is Jeweler

The:only criticism that we have to hours, for if they are given the proper ; at 7:30.PLEASANT ,

-;' 'lake on the Fair managers is thatJhey attention you know that they will i
are all star perfprmers. talk when they go back home, and CONCERT AT NORTH APPOSITE POST OF CE
-1 o some' of them will come back when HIGHLANDS -.
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The shortest cut:to'the low cost of they get sick or tired.A ;
p Last evening there was given at
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t GREAT ELECTRIC SIGN three thirty the regular concert in
on exhibition at: the Fair. t
the Neighborhood series at the studio
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1. A live wide-awake 'paper means 'Orlando Bank and Trusts rAft. candled ifs Mrs. J. Robinson Murphy.The o ,.

E; yore-to ,a city,or town than the most in powerful lights. Around these following program entitled ,
"Favorite Melodies, Old and New"
mind comprehend. ranking houses in Florida yesterdayswung
imaginative can C i f
oft electric was heard: 0
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'.\ Messrs Dickson &' O'Neal simply even; by twelve feet with the words Program First 1
'Oralndo Bank and Trust, Co. candled I Piano, Marche efts Tambours:: Smith
*& bow how to 'run'a chow!' and that'sW in powerful lights. Around these l Piano, Warblings at Eve ....Richards

: X!** rot; all. words are strings of" rabits. chasing Mrs. Cornell-Davis ON A ACOO O NI Of BID WEATHER

F have never 0'been able to call in tights each other flash in on rapid ana off.succession as the I In[[ Cannot the Gloaming Sing the Old....Songs.......Harrison"BarnardA .

wither business men for support These rabbits are suggestive of: Warrior Bold ....u......Adams
sending
fining the ,daily.: They are
three things, "The rabbits foot for: Mr. Henry Symonds
titto 11&.O good luck," the ,race to get to the Home Sweet Home ....,....Bishop .
I bank, or the thought, "We lead and Ben Bolt .... .. ...... ..... i.Kneiss
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"Axious Subscriber, we are
Yea others follow." Wenn Die Schwaltxn: Heimwarts Our

jars on the its water way. We wagon know is some still of plod-its It is a great o sign, none better will 3, Ziehn ... ... ..............Abt L'ly W 1Jt6SaJe
Sltg; I be found in the largest cities of the Mrs. Robinson Murphy

ysengers. state. Ittis manufactured,in Cincinnati Program Second :

. ,0E' and is pronounced one of the most Last Night ?:.. ...Kjerolf-Dressier ,- ..., ." ..
ome the'.mail carriers who'.are perfet pieces of electrical work that Juanita, Trio .. .......... ..Spanish i ,, : '
delivering,brinks by parcel post would the company turns out. Over the Summer Sea, Trio ..Verdi I / .
-R .*' doubt be jjUd of the opportunity to Orlando certainly has reason to be Mrs. Murphy, Mrs. Davis and '

Deliver them to the senders. proud of this strong banking institution Mr. Symonds. I

? o.The that shows sot much, interestin Alice, Where Art Thou?......Ascher Of White. oads
: discovery, that a man may beautifying the business section of Goodbye, Sweetheart ...... .Hatton aces and Binbroideries -
= 4 '1jj$and'that-some: do have two ap- the city by ngiht. Mr. Henry SymondsA %
4 'jemKces,must:be very encouraging to group of once famous "song hits"' I will 3e continued

die.| sprj wgl profession. The proprietor of the Sentinel Marguerite, Sweet Violets, Annie t '

;"n'.., .0'f' came. to Orlando when only a cow Rooney, After the Ball, Grand througH esday and Wednes-
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father's Clock, Baby Mine
+ The several boards of Trade of thisstate path winding among the stumps anda
the real estate exchanges the 'trees By the Audience
and wagon road among pine
tf the. state 'are invariably endors- marking the ,road to the spot where I Program ThirdAsthore. day. Ani pportiu'ty to buy
; million bond' issue for He I It. .. .. .. .... ....Trotere as
.the. fifty the City Beautiful now stands.; II
: ate roads., ... has seed the city grow step by step.I lo, Dry Those Tear ",,.Del Riego Wil]
---o' -- I He was with it during those awful Mine .. ..** u, Ii."H,.,,,S lmon cheap not b given again
Mrs. Allen Cornell
Floriukseems: to be the most favor- days,when.frost devastated the coun Pinao, Waltz ......... Cornell-Davis
in 1913. Sxtra Ipecials]
% 'Estate.ins the Union,this winter'and ty. He came to the locality empty ;Mrs. Cornell-Davis Every
thousands ofjeople handed but full of determination, and iN
there; no wonder that Phillidi .eo .. .. ........Ward '
f have their eye 'upon Orlando, in his crude and individual way has Day. Watch 'Vfadow
.the City Beautiful. sought to serve the people during all Display
0 these'days. This is his home and he A SAFE INVESTMENT '

t-< la:New York hunters are to be re- expects to stay here and serve and aid Ak Us .
to strive for better until the God of If you hive any spare money to invest I ;
5 .quired to 'wear bright red caps, heaven calls him home. The Sentinel you should read Duckworth's ad- I
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,prevent f.hem.from shooting: an- vretisement in this issue of the Senti- '
is a fixture. It is here for, business !
be
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3 rthett But. couldn't a dirtY. ? cap with good will toward all, malice net: The stock is substantial} and the, ....
mistaken for autumn ,foliage '
toward none. To our competitorswe I dividend sure. Its a bona.fide 25 to

o bid a.God. speed. May your daysin i 33 1-3 investment. '
The Sentinel is preparing become I the land be long and useful Lay in a,supply of high-class seasonable -
.e of the-greatest printing establishments -! o footwear, while the sale is at MARWNB IVES

: in the South. %Last year our That man in California who is try- its best. .
and modern Linotype was The store is closed today. They
pensive to the raspberry so as to '
ing cross .., I '
-; stalled.., ,Now.a new press of best produce a seedless raspberry, mayas have the same fitting service as if -:': ,

,- ,- ,aDd most complete type ;and a folding ,well try to cross..clover so. as 'to no sale were on. Don't forget to be ".;, : I .

machine: is to ,be. added to the produce a seedless clover. there .tomorrow. morning. 11'
foipment It is the purpose of the o .
for the best Une"job.pii
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Sentinel
prepare .
hunt London is wild over ragtime'music:
ting. The great demands One man who doesn't have to "
That ought to revive its waning popularity -
'ta book work"\and other high class for' trouble with a lantern,is Madero,
captUred'last"n'gh : ,here. i:
printing makes this necessary. he was I, ,I

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.Shoes, Good Quality that art' both men's and womens' shoes ( more) in value, for $1.00 of supplies, such as Sheets :
Thursday we will sell t
not quite up-to-date in shape) They most all go, as I l ano your money, this is your oppor- Pillow Cases, or material for
Deep Flounce Embroidery and |
t..i ,but are first class in point o for anything but up.tO-the 'tunity.. Look and see if you can making the same. Look at them Lace Trimmed Underskirts \

,wear,and worth, and,while the, Minute.goods.If find what you want in the lot. In ,Muslin Underwear, we ,
have a full line, and wil Ibe pleased $1.25 Value for 98c; $1.50 value ;
last, we will sell any of,them a you are looking for the very We. will also give extra good .
to show you the latest styles for $1.25; $2.00 value for $1.50; .i
b $1.98. and this price includes ,.latest. style, this lot will not inII values in Blankets: (Wool or ,in this- line. 0 $2.50 value for $2.00. .4

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of CovFenn. Mr.'and Mrs. J. H. Russell arrived
d Mrs. John ,Green, : .MHMIIIMIIIIIIHHI .
., arrived in:Orlando last yesterday from. Chillcothe, Missouri. j ,
WADE d will be guests in the home They have' often visited Orlando and ELIJAH HAND'
THE TUNER Persons. have many friends. 1 1913 Models
; / ORLANDOFLA. MMMMVIternational Funeral Director : .
and Embalmer
; Sunday Schooln Mrs. Wm.. Sydney Bateman, will
,Co. [ will convene at Jackson- arrive to morrow from Newport, R. I., Hand Block, Pine St Phone 35' x
Feb. 20' to 23rd and will to visit her mother, Mrs. J. 0. Neill,
iw Mrs., Fannie Alexander of DeLand, b It meeting. Representations at Rest Cottage, on West street '" 111111111111,111,1' ,.
t js spending,the week,in the city. 'J
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f 0,000 ,school scholars will be
-' nee at that meeting. Mr. E. A/McKoy, President of the .. ,,, IMIIIHi .;: -
Mr. W A. Stringfellow, of Sanford McKoy Land Company, and the secretary
is a guest at the'home o Dr..W Smith, Southern represen- for Mr. Symmes, both of New i CARTER'SNEW
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C. Person. ta he Double Fabric Tire Co., Orleans, are in the city.

'- of Indiana, is in charge oft STOREIn MOTORCYCLESFour
s Mrs. W. E. Fishback,of Pine Grove, ny's exhibit at the Fair. It is natural, Mr. Housebuilder, that
Ky .is visiting her son, Mr. D. E. :n uan Garage are the local you would economize on your house H. P. Models $200.00
Highland
Grove .
Fishback, at the Tremont a building material by buying all from Seven H. P. Models, $250.00
.4 one place. Let us show you. The Mc- New Fresh Stock of Staple ;
Mrs. Jessie.Lawrence, of ,Tampa' ', is (Register Books are at 'N. Nair Lumber Co. Groceries. Our Expense is o. .:E Eilpert
F. in the city, as the guest of Mrs., S. P. store, Lord & Bradshaw's Low and our Prices Low. ,.
Waters Howe.. offid. Boardman's and W. M. : This is our day off. We are short I Il We Deliver to "
I Any Part !
1 - Sle reo All strangers will l handed in the office and have not of the City. A Telephone ORLANDO, FLA. Agent for Orange County

I Mr. T. N. Butner, one of Ocoee's kin r atone of these places.M :been able to go to bed in twenty-four Order to 325 will get the ilillillllllililMIMItilltiiliililllllilllllllliliEstablished
'staunch and substantial citiens is in hours. But the help problem will Goods.

r Orlando today mixing with the throng can Stewart and Miss soon be settled. It's coming.Mr. .

Aim rt, mother and sister of : OIL AND GASOLINE o ,.
Mr; and Mrs.' Frank L Woodruff Mr." M. Stewart, arrived in .; A. P. Hartsell and wife who DELIVERED AT
r were down,' from Sanford yesterday the 'evening and will be the have been staying in Orlando for sev- YOUR DOOR
enjoying the sights. goes Willola for several era'days, can't make up their minds i8fO. Reference-our Bankers.
---- 0 to leave as announced they would.
t wee 11111111111",11",1,. J. S. STANTON & CO.
If you want'to buy a fine Orange He says the longer we stay the bet- ,
Grove it will pay,you to call on or K id the lectures of Doctor ter we, like it. Their home is in FOR SALE-Sweet Potato seed of Wholesale Produce. '
write to R. M. Arnold,,Orlando, Fla., Giese&ucipal House Cleaning Greenville, S. C., and Mr. Hartsellis the yellow Nancy Hall variety. Consignments a Specialty. MEMPHIS, TENN.'
R., F.' D.,No.. 2. and Tonight for colored a conductor on tI.1 Southern.Mr. ,o
xt people Mount Olive Church Go to Pope & Cox's Lunch CounterNo. ORANGES, GRAPEFRUIT, VEGETABLES '

Mr. M..M.,Stewart is expecting tlje West,) Tomorrow night at .J. W. Scanland, of West Carrol- 1 E.. Pine St for something good I

ft arrival!this week of:,his,mother; Mrs. the OrMrs.JN.se. ton, Ohio, who has been touring Florida -
r Duncan Stewart, and sister Miss, Gg- for the past month, having gone
nes StewartMr. Webster, of Patterson down the EaR, Coast as far as Key
Nhrived in Orlando last Nest and having visited various ,
C. H. Leads who has been truck evenin as' taken rooms at the points on the West Coast, is back to I ":
ing down,the,East Coast for the past Winde Mr.,and Mrs. Coewhoare Oralndo, singing the old, old song, 9:, '
two weeks'is now.in Orlando stopping the of Mrs. Maude Cooper "Glad to get back." It is the best :
; !, at Duke's HalL ,are Iwn here, having spent place I ,have, seen.
:r 4fi' -' several I in,a cozy cottage on
Miss Claude DeLaney'has returned East A street. Mr. and Mrs. Gilman of Oswego, Yowell'sSHOE .
from a three weeks visit to friends in N. Y., are in the city stopping at Mr.
Tampa,'and will resume her work in Mr. a Thomas,Allen Yanceyand L H. 'Starrett's on East Central avenue ,
the postoffice. about March first. litt ter, of Birmingham, .- Mrs. Davis,has been here abouta
Ala., a ests of, Mr. Yancey'sparentss month and has that much of a start r .
As an evidence of the great 'in ivision street. "Tom" of 'Mr. Davis. Mr. Davis is a horse .
: Jerest felt in Orlando's ,Auto ,Parade is ,an 0- y who has ."madegood" man and was kept at home a little cp -: '
thirty autos from Lake County motor holds a responsible later than he expected and got caughtby BIG
;, ed over to Orlando yesterday,to witness positiolcer in a large lum the cold weather, and consequently .
this event, i ber con d in Birmingham. enjoys the Florida sunshine the more. l'-
Mr. Davis is a jolly good fellow, and '

Mr. and Mrs. Charles Woodruff and Unity ;ill meet at the Unitarian we'are glad he is wit uS

sons, Seth and William, of Sanford rner Cnetral avenue *
,were in Orlando yesterday enjoyingthe and West ednesday afternoon Elsewhere the Sentinel publishes r
Orange county Fair and visiting at 3 o'cl Gordon will gIve a article from*he pen,of W. Scott Way, SALE5$3.50
Orlando friend' paperEngland on et Fuller and }few secretary of the Audubon Society, of .
f'e 1 ndentalism Miss Talbot County Maryland. The article
: Winter Home, the new winter home Nora Me give a violin solo is timely and ably written. Mr.Way .
still west of Taft, is nicely advertised and Miss e Walker a piano has purchased property at our j
by means of circulars and bookletsat solo. All friends are cordi- pretty little suburb, Maitiand, and
the Fair. Messrs Sphaller and ally inviFriday within the .next six, months the people .
3 Mallery, have a proposition that they of Orlando agd vicinity will extenda
s' are not ashamed of. a the citizens of Qfe glad welcome to"'Mr. Way and his
family. It is such people as these \
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eastern por rangy car 7 met
Mr. ,Henry Sperry, of ,Nashville, to discuss jsition if t:\':ding that are ,making Orange County the $ S4.O'and S5100
Tenn., is visiting Mr. and,Mrs. A. G. their coon ig the fcyv crs of most. desirable 'spot in the state to :
Branham of Lucerne Circle. Mr. the dayWinter J. Strozier, of rear a home in. ,
Sperry and his family spent a winter Ga to formerly lived "
here several years ago, occupying for many Blichton, and is Mr. I. H. Page and daughter of
F what is now the Hoskins' residence on well known and the western Binghamton, N. Y., reached Taft last
jp Lake Cherokee. part of Ma ala Star. night and will spend some time with Ladies'? Shoes in all Styles and 4'

C..A. Tompkins. Mr.-Page is-,favor-
ably impressed with Taft as he may
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I those pioneer days which try the souls ' LeatherV. '
You are cordially invited to att lof stout men and is now among the ;

I i substantial communities of Orange ,, . ,
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., Spring Tailoring Openinheld ''ccsnty.. It' is sincerely hoped that - ;
!Mrs. Page,wi'enjoy Florida climate, V i V
by ;and Taft society so well that in the
c A..'> ', ; near future he will be numbered IUURSDif\ '
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$ : ,-'. Merchant ,Tailors ,of advertising,for sale the heavy [)
overcoat he brought with him from
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t .. York. State. . -
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THE MOST COMPLETE and perfect-
.:.. Displaying. the Only Line in America Ba ... : ly made line of ,Boys, Washable
,', Suits south of Jacksonville;, Ages 3 . .
Real Merchant Tailoring to" 10.. Newest models and patterns. .- _'... i
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Let'me show .. .. : ,J" ', .
notbe: urged to buy. .: < .
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will be with
Their Representative us to tak es .:8225Th ,.. '
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....... : you.J.Orlando.,C.- Anno., The Boys 2-18-13-4t Clothier, m > f .- .
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.February 19 and 20th
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FOR SALE-New 'seven room r Si- ,, ..'.. : ,f,
}'cS dence. Bargain if taken before March "
1st;, E.,H.'Gore;11 Gore, Ave. 2-18-6t .

SCRIIGGS & plc INI ROOMS Streets iCcfcer'first",' -or'-:Hughey secondstory.' and- Mrs.Gore' .| Big: White' Store on Orange Ave

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: There-f is'no doubt but that the Uui-* :, LOBO J. X. BBADBHWi ; > ....

f ted'States.will have to intervene'in'the, I i ii j ,,

affairs,of Mexico. The situation.is. not I Lord & Bradshaw j jI o
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.s improving down 'there,. but on )

_, :the'contrary; it is,getting" .'worse each J We.wish to announce to our friends, and the public generally j jI' iI '
\&y.,,It looks as if no one.there,knows When You Pay What a Thjis Worth
:iY BSf or cares.'where ,he stands., Some of j that we have formed a:partnership under the i I

'' the'soldiers declare: that they'.do not. j| above firm name, for a general J i ,
'know for whom,they are,fighting ; You Get the Worth of Tr Money

-, The result, will be, regardless,of I| Real Estate and Insurance i!
3 whorwins, in the final battle,; if they !
?** are allowed;to figth it out to'a finish, 1 i r rI
business and located ill
are
u centrally a ground floor office at No. i
that '
there will .not:be enough:moneyin I
the country to, pay for the property I 117 8. Orange Avenue, (formerly occupied by Hamilton & Dunn I i| #j
(the foreign residents which, is I
t-# being destroyed hourly. iS Millinery), where we will be pleased to meet all our old friends. f= o'. .
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, '" It is up to the United State to step i and to make new ones. : "
|pOur "good'buy:
:' in and settle "matters. Our troops J means more, IhaflS something- 'at-a

'; could go ,down there and stop the =I list of city'and'acreage property is surpassed by' non, |5E ".. cheap price. After all it is but ,getting' your
k ;fighting.- Then 'a conference of all I t money's worth. '.
t ,concerned: be, called' and the ,matter I and we have some exceptional bargains. COME AND SEE Us. | ,
:thrashed :out? The Mexicans might I '::
.be: informed 'that as'soon as they assure I Lord & Bradshawi I If ,' (
this country that they would = Quality means cost, but e'ednows the better the

4 r abide by th ir-elections and not keep f ? S. ORANGE AVL ORLANDO, HA.f I .:: : ;, quality the greater the dura And it is durability'
the I
up fighting they would be '-
game "
J alone, but that' if they want to _;"1_."_, ..... ..... mmmmmIMMMHmMIIMIMttimiMIMMMIIIIHtitttM.--, '. that finally decides the ne'tpf a purchase.

keep on ,fighting, they would not be .. .:- ', i.
.allowed to-run their own government. t.
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;, 'This sort of ultimatum might I ; ;: ": We have experts continual)#and in our shops to
serve,to bring them'to their'senses. + '
Model see that you get your'money?. They inspect every

"On next Wednesday evening at 8:15 .t I Grocery nut, screw, every single parVs, into Buick manufacture

r the Rollins College' Girls Glee Club I If the quality is oft they scrap it. If the
c will. give ,their annual,, concert in :
g Knowles Hall at,the'college., The club : 18 West. Church Street .'" workmanship is off a hairf M, they scrap it. It

t this year presents Eduardo Maryo's .. I t ,. costs us thousands of dollar in salaries alone, to

L' "Indian very ,tuneful' and" attractive. cantata FANCY AND STAPLE GROCERIES. NEW AND -. say nothing of the. loss repM in the material dis
Summer
The words are by J
' Margaret 'E, Lacey and are emblematical FRESH ; carded. That's the moneyed, for the Buick 0. K.

s;. of autumn 'scenes. The club We Give Our Personal Attention to Our Customers and ,. ..i
will be assisted by Miss Annie D.
t Macfarkne,' t>f Tampa, who was a Guarantee Satisfaction and Prompt Delivery The famous Buick overhJe motor is guaranteed
student at 'Rollins some time since Give Us Trial
.. a to have mN than
more power and any other typeof
.and a pupil 01:1Ir.'lter' Drennan. -- ,. l
:" Since leaving Rollins Miss Macfar- '' motor on the market. IjiM stronger on low grade

6 lane:has spent sometime in New York Sightler Bros., ProprietorsllllllllllilllliiilHIieeiMIMMHtHtlllHIHIl gasoline than any other tjMor ever built and the
studying'with Victor Hanis and now : .
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f'4 has a salaried position in one of the' ::1.'' : : fuel consumption is less. '

Tampa churches. o ..
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The Club has been working hard on J(
,this'concert and it promises to be one

,of'the'most finished things ever given The Little Tea Room
at Rollins. ROADSTERS AND TOURING CARS, $950 650, F.O.B. ORLANDO J

105 E. Pine Street, Orlando, Fla. I
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,* ',TEN PER, 'CENT OFF ,"AN EXCLUSIVE SHOP FOR LADIES"

.y t e ,On e ART BAZAAR AND WOMEN'S EXCHANGE. FINE Cook Automtle Co.
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WAISTS,' DRESS,, MATER.IALS e HAND WORK. EMBROIDERIES, STAMPED ,
'., LACES, '''EMBROIDER., ee
'' GOODS. ORDERS TAKEN FOR HOMEMADE -
.e 'IB'NECKWEAIAND'HOS-t; er CAKES, CANDIES, JELLIES. Orlando, Floridawuunht1zununuunn:1flflflfl1fliunnnu

IERY ALSO CUT FLOWERS
e Handkerchief Specials
Ra4.to Wear and Panama 'ie ,DAINT YREFRESHMENTS SERVED TO ORDER

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MISSES HAMILTON. ,& e Agency for
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I :have some, very desirable WrightTHE

Building )overlooking. ,Beautiful BRIGHAM & HILLI SLAUTER MFG. r o. ORANG/COUNTY/ FAIR

Lake Eola, which I am now ,' *
'offering for'dale.: These' lots -- 9 Special Manifold Soil Pipe,
TAUR MEALS AT THE
4A .have doubled in value in the last Fittings.
NEWS AGENTS Foundry and Shipping Point
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Orlando Fla. RESTAURANTwhere
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building lots conveniently; located andChattanooga

:are,becoming scarce. If you I Orlando Stationery Souvenir and Curio Store Tenn. of
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are interested call and see me at you getting just what you want

the Willola. pr in the way you want it.
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' Do you ,want to sell? The q ick. Subscribe :for the Sentinel ceries. Prompt delivery. 18 Church I
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::: NIGHT, FEBRUARY 19TH-Special Guaranteed Attraction Playing to Capacity here

'Y A.. G.: DELAMATER, Producer of Clean Plays, Announces an Elaboroate Senic Production of the NEW S Yk t

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r .i in "FRECKLES" By GENE STRATTON-PORTER'author of "A Girl of the Umlwrlost," and "The Harvester Dramatized by NEIL MENTS UPON FRECKLES
"FRECKLES"; is a wonderful nature story of the Lirolerlost region, telling the struggles of a brave lad working aj' BY REPUTABLE NEWSe ,

PERRY GOLDEN-Formerlywith:" tremendous odds. It is a play full of love; venture, tender pathos, and delightful humor, ,interspersedthroughout PAPERS_
"Just
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College "The Great
with Deautiful music and tuneful numbers.
: song .
Divide and Balasco's The Girl of .
S the Golden'West" The play IS one of sentiment, romance
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MARIAM GASPARO intrigue and humor, and
leading woman with Chauncey- Formerly makes spectator.a-personal Washington appeal, (D. C.to) each Post
and Wright Lorimer. Have
5,000,000 Read the Boo
HELEN JUDSON-Formerl : play-writing I know of endowed no character with in such modern simple .
Oti*Skinner' DeWolf Hooper, "The' nobility and wonderful sweetness.
Commuters," and W.
: Henry Savage'sattractions. '-New York Sun.

BENARD JOHNSON ,.Formerly, of FRECKLES'adventure,makes conflict a suitable and love drama of


S ' '*:''hWltb''/4DeLANCEY.\j the',with- 'ircua"The,Madame"Third and BARCLAYFormer."The Degree Modjeska City.," .""Polly,' Edwin of. fH f't' .WItt V, 'H'H THH 'ftA scores CUBe gentle FRECKLES Post.St another sentiment ndard.,is big,'a yet hit winner.-Chieago mtense.-8yra.and Delamater; ' J I


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..._, Mrs. Scott-Siddons, and others FRECKLES is a play for the world
CECILE YEOMANS ,
Formerly
,ly'and unworldly, remarkably
with William/The Hawtrey.:Wolf," "The Family" and ,All of the characters of this Famous Book Faithfully Reproduced. the play.' Exactly same .Company slaying'allf'tie8- in del ,as it.proved appealing

' JAMES.,S. KIrrs.-Formerly with Enroute to Chicago for Long Extended Engagement. ,Hear'FRECKLES". Sing: "The Girl L! Had In Mind, ..w t 't Get as. a novel play doerveapchief Inquirer.The praise.for
M .Kyrle ,Bellew eharaeterman William Gillette, and. ,A'.ongVithcnt..the Irish" and "I Never Knew." t$0 skill by ,which every:character is
,f .* leading Theatre Stock: with the Boston Special attention to all mail or telephone orders for tickets. Secure seat early there will be a big deco tickets. made .to appear as :having stepped
Co.- right out of. yet it is a
BRYCE DESMOND Formerly MUSIC AND SONG BY THE:CELEBRATED VIENESE, COMPOSER. FRIEDLAND strong: enough drama itself; -with'
with Forbes Robertson and Beerbolu
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t .J ,OTHERS Tree. ..WITH.METROPOLITAN, SEAT.SALE,AT ESTES DRUG STORE, MONDAY FEBRUARY,17TH, 9 A. M,' PRICES 50 CE-, $1.50 Herald. :

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Ground has J been, broken' for ,the . "'; , ,;
.t .erection of,the new'postoffice at Day-
tona. MARRTT THE MARKET
At an date citizens of OF CLEANLINESS'S.
early the St. .
J .,... ,.,OF QUALITY
r :Petersburg will vote on a:,commission '" . _r.. '. ;' ," '
{ 'form" ,of government Spring line of Men and ."::.-, "' f'Y.:.'t : :' ,.'
The wholesale '
grocers in Pensacola : , .l
; 'have, formed ,a Wholesale ,Grocers' ,Boys Straw Hats, ,in, all the ,

Association.An'enthusiastic meeting of.the De- newest shapes. Nice line of

oj Land business League was held a few Panamas for $5. My spring
;
nights ago and officers for the new LEND U'S'S YOUR EAR
;.year were electedNext : Trouser line ,is now completein .

fall Chipley is going to have a all new shades.
t sweet potato cannery. This will be
j installed by one of Chipley's progres f Itrt;:" : ,
sive citizens. -

',The Pensacola Electric Companyhas ; ,YOUR PATRONAGE HAS ENABLED US TO MAKE GREAT ;
just;: let the contract for ,a new Clark Robertson STRIDES IN ESTABLISHING IN'ORLANDO ..
I* car' barn,' and' work will be started
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r very'soon on it. w
'News comes from Eau 'Gallie that THEfEIfPEC'r
the'town is full to.overflowing with Successor to Jerome Palmer & Co.LET"JOT M'A"RKEfVISIT
.tourisits, who ,are enjoying the fine '
z, fishing,and boating. '

.A movement is now on foot.to build ._ r
'S an ice plant at Davenport connection ,I----- .--.-.--. .-'-. .-----.-.-..-.-. . .-.-. . - - - - - US AND NOTE THE ABSOLUTELY SANITARY ..
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with which 'will te an electric. METHODS WHICH GOVERN OUR HAUDLING OF
light plantThe : ti -L-aJ!
DO ITIf -...,.. .
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third annual session of Florida ":' "J
Gospel Navy Bible Conference will beheld : Best Meats
Poultry and Game
in Stuart February. 23 to March ,
fourth., you have property to ,sell :
r Contract for a sea,wall at,Gulfportwill
be le twithin a,few days. This! Let Jim do it atisfactqry, Accurate Service
will: add about fifty-five acres to, the i
city of Gulfport and,extend about halfa If you want to buy -.C' &;6

mile along the bay front < '
', William Guthrie of Boynton, shipped :: Let Jim do it. OUR PURCHASES DELIVERY-PROMPT DELIVERED AND WHEN RAPID-MEANS YOU WANT THEM YOUR
a carload of eggplant and peppers a -' .
'1:: City and Country Properties Farm
few days ago. This was the first car : ,
of vegetables from there this season. :: Lands Groves and Tracts
.
:
,Postmaster W. A. Allen, of.DeLand, 'j Look Over this List of Specialties j
president of the Postmaster's Association : LOOK AT THESE BARGAINS : ,
t 4 of Florida, has called the association Twenty,acres, 10 acres of which is in bearing orange .
to meet in annual session .at grove, and balance of 10 acres in timber land, five-room : PERFECTION ALL-PORK SAUSAGE ,CHOICE GRAIN FED POULTRY
Eustis, March 20, 21 and 22. cottage, located three miles from city, price $3,000.00. : ALL VARIETIES OF CHOICE MEATS CHOICE DUCKS AND GOSLINGS
/y. A large' number of 'pretty yachts Twenty-five acres, 10 acres of bearing grove, 600'trees I SELECT OYSTERS FRESH FISH ;a
from'the north are now anchored off five-room house and barn, located on lake front, I
'St Augustine. The yachts afford four miles from city, price.$4,000.00. -

much pleasure to the northerners, who Thirty acres, 15 acres in grove, 1000 trees, 15 acres
,spend the winter months.here. of fine farm and vegetable land located on lake' front, ,
,I The ,Punta ,Gorda Herald says: four and half miles from city, price $5,000.00. : PjrliLlirWH.
} "Boca Grande, 8J likely:,to become a 'Forty acres"of virgin pine timber land of fine fruit and :
second Atlantic, City when the plans II'" vegetable land fronting on Lake Conway, four miles from I..

it, .of,.capitalists who,arenow, exploitingthe :: city, price $2,000.00.Twenty'ncres :.:
",- I." of lake front land '
island'are consummated. near city suitable for :
1'he.F rmers' Bank and.Trust.Company -: I. .su ivision. Price $3,800.00. :
;' 'of,West: p l.Beach. ,'will ,open Forty-five acres, five acres in bearing orange grove, M. SELF & CO.
". (doors for business one' day. nextweek. small house and barn located at Conway, five miles from : -;; r' -
{ The bank is capitalized at city, price $1,500.00. : I: No." 18 20 East Pine Street. ,
,
|.50,000.: Five acres with cottage near city, price $1,500.00 i: PHONE NO. 80 I
:,The British steamship Induna left !.: Three and one-half acres with twelve-room house located .I .
Pensacola. :,a}>few (days, ago. for Antwerp : near, city, price $1,500.00. ,
and Grangemouth with some. .. ,* Twenty.acres with bearing grove of 300 trees, small :
'' thing more, than three million feet of : house and barn, price $2,800.00 .
pitch, pine lumber" and timber. :: J l' AuruRD OFFICE OVER BLUE DRUG : i ill I'IIIIIIIIIII" 11111 II'till 11111 11111 11111 III.11111 I"11111. II II 11.111
3 :A:new'lodge of Masons has been or. .: .. jb* ; STORE, ORANGE AVENUE -:\. ,. HIIIHI+
'ganized in, Miami." For 'some. time it lllttlMIMMftilMHIHIIillitliMMMItlimilliHCor.' '
T ,has been ,thought that Miami, was .
large, enough To :support,:two lodges, I p
'. :and this action'was in futherence of


j't: ,'.the The going project Florida to, install Eeast.suitable Coast'" gates Railways at THfNBH\\ STORE JRLANDO BANK K & TRUST J COMPANY

the crossing at Twelfth;:street.in:,Miami
as a precaution of Ifie and prop- ,
Capital ad Surplus and UadivMed Profits $120,000.00.
:1' erty. Flagmen will.also,be placed at
;, several other crossings. South and Hughe>Sts. Total Resources over TMree.q iarters of a Million. ::
: Plans :are already being made for r
WE BUY FOR CASH AND SELL FOR CASH. WE
the meeting of the Florida Medical Report of the Condition of Orlando
+ Association, which will convene' in KEEP OUR EXPENSES DOWN AND CONSEQUENTLY _- ..
..Miami.this year, beginning' ,the second CAN KEEP OUR PRICES DOWN Bank and Trust Co,.Condensed
, From Report to Comptroller
r Tuesday May and lasting three
[ 'days. Our Prone No. is- Feb. 4,1913RESOURCES

Bradentown. is 'to ,have a, wi .
And an Order will. Have Prompt Attention, and will be ?
to-date bottling plant.' The latest -
k
: very Delivered Loans and Discounts .....$393,161.05
: improved machinery: will be in Any Part of the City. Overdarfts .......!..... 193.53
!
.stalled'including"a sanitary automatic ,i Stocks and Bonds ....... 26,018.33Real x xX
bottle'acher. The' plant will be in D. RAYBON. Proprietor ORLANDO, FLA.Insurance. ; Estate Furniture and

._ operation by.March 1st Fixtures ... .'!.'. ... 25,853.44
The. Carrabelle Topics. tells of the i : Cash on hand and in Banks '
215,08183
i purchase of some 32,000'acres of.timber _ v ,.;m:..!...",,_."....."._.. .,IIIIIIIIIIII: : J roc!iiI
kl for'_turpentining by:' a firm, that f' $660,311.18t
proposes;to enter'into the,business at "

,''once.: Carrabelle will likely be the G 4 fRFa f Capital Stock LIABILITIES...........$100,000.00
f hmeadquarters for.the,
: new company., AAA'
= { Surplus and Undivided
The Lakeland Telegram says that .' } Profits .... ........... 22,832.33 ,
65,000 quarts of strwberries were sent i. Deposits ... .........:.. ,537,418.85tolled
i out'from that,town last week, which i i Best Companies ..
,
{f brought the about .
to growers $13- : I
.: 000. The shipments are,now between '" :-",""'.. Lowest.. Rates '," _. :.. "
6,00 and .. We,invite the
6,000 quarts daily. attention our cus.
t \ Gov. Park Trammell and ex-Gov. t:! : Honest Losses Promptly tomers'and;;friends to our statement A
yJ guests, are to be invited to Adjusted and Paid S we appreciate their patronage and
St, Petersburg early in March when t, 4St ask for a continuance of same.
,. the new city hospital'there will be dedicated Don't forget that our deposits are m
: with elaborate ceremonies. insured.A .
After having worked quietly on the T. Way I I cordial invitation. is extended to I
j proposition for several months, it is IS. visitors in our dty to :call and open
,
now given out that the business men States Gotemerf*State and County Depository an account with w.I ;
of Miami and Palm Beach' have per. Phone ''172. 23 South Orapge Ave.. .
I : ,fected plans for the building of a I L. .I
trolley line to connect ,the two cities.J J -.:r:..... 0 .. Or

,. They Sentinel says that the indications : II ',,",, ...
are that Largo, will reach the I > JIMIMIIHillillliilltt
-,amount of' 200,000 boxes 'of citrus ARMSTRONG ; '
UNDERTAKER I ,IF ITS ANYTHING IN J. B. McKAY,
fruit this season. Already ,85,000 CONTRACTOR AND
boxes have been shipped and the busi- The. ARTISTIC.PICTURE, FRAMER. of Orlando fit I Oscar Hand I DRUGS PHONEDeLANEY BUILDER., F
est''seasoa ,will"be from now: oil to- I Superintend All Work.
' the' middle of March. PINe STREET.1 (!t & Son DRUG Prices That Are an:
i: The St-Augustine. :Record,says:"St 1 Ii iii Inducement.All '
t. Augustine,:hereby;notifies all :Florida: .... --- ;-.-:.-. ---:----,---- : -,' ',:- -;' I!' Successors to E, Hand i(! Work,'Guaranteed.Whenyou'get .
: _. that the\Peiaasular State will be discovered MHHIIMttintHMIIttj f I s COANY.

.. ,', : on'_March 31 ':next by Ponce'.. -SEE SLAUTER'S NEW ; | HYERS I FULL LINE', OF' 'COMPLETE .......-----. ..,,: ""- .----" -... -' -.----.
', -. "de .I 'Everr'clty.al1dtDwnShouI4 SANITARY'I FR..ANK.. :HOUSE 5 'FURNISHINGS QUICK, DELIVERY.Watkins .
"send a delegacies to>greet the" old ex. SOII/ PIPE. ; CONNECTION': I :)Manufacturer of ,Artificial I : through reading the t:
, ,: ,plorer.or; his arii,.. here.. :" f ;<..,Stone,\Faacy:Columns and: r t Building. ,sentinel,..mail it .to some friend or ;
; '!:$- >1. ... '. \: Ocaaa '*. ; iwjnaintance, at a,distance. Very ofr .
vial WorkkKersea '
I $ '" : I COME_ IN',AND,:SEE US Phone 678. ., ; .
:Absolutely Sanitary and'neebt; I tea'this brings settler.
; The Sentinel U iSa'pew paper, but < ,St at Railroedi A a new
lgood - f. 'by:alTgood, plumbers J'; $. | r ,:,.:...1."r-- --",-"; { tllllMMItMIIMMIiilH. .. .. J. _
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{: EXPOSITION HALL AT THE FAIR J,
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:SOCIETY' NOTES The Exhibits in this hall were not ,.

% nearly all placed in position at the ,
',,- n \ .,
ginning 'of yesterday, but busy ; :)> Y !
Tfctys l Merest#-to WMKDTBLBTBOttK hands and long- hours have brought

a order out of chaos and the attractive J
departments will greet Fair visitors " << , '
NB1BSB-80CIETY_ NDITO&Ia .> 7. :
,OftM Nuttier 14 Bottom Nukr.8PBCUL W today. ,- ,
Entering the south wing you are i
, Non & Notias for, the SocIal ud Wonun'i Department cu bt ., ',
confronted by two-of the best exhibits '." ," ,
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fOMimlfitniil to the Society, Editor by either of the above telephone lisp '
,written vatic to the'Society' Editor.,.can Sel tfnel. Notice of Mdal function of the Fair., That of West Or- ",:,: ::1 >
.ebb imllnfi church gathering!: and other items of 'social intenrt,abc 14 be ange. The thached booth of Apopkais '
'telephoned to this department as soon,as they occur fa order that their Ben' novel and cozy The fish' tanks When Elijah was hungry God sent ravens to feed him. "
be not Impaired, .
vitas ..
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are new features for a county Fair There are no ravens in Florida to feed you !

-- ---- --- D'- __ that attracts much at ntion. Their The only bird 'that will feed you is the eagle on the
elaborate display of fruits and vege- '
wmmm Way, ,Mrs. Brittain, Mrs., Telford, tables occupying the whole west side National Dollar. -
;, Misses Helen and Margaret Way, of the south wing of the building is He must not only be caught, but safely housed in the
Miss Florence: Telford and Miss Pe ep- National Cage wherein he lays whichis
i < one of the largest, and yet was one an egg every year
iI
I sie,Brittain. of the first in readiness for public in- worth four cents, and from
.Accompanied by a, mounted escort II The Giles car was beautifully ornamented spection. This is characteristic of
4 1- of two ,of the, city officers, and the with quantities of dainty those thrifty people who have made of ; these eggs are hatched new eagles, so that

s ,members. :of the .Orlando Polo Club, lavender and yellow Fleur-de-Lis; its Apopka, Winter Garden, Ocoee, Oakland ,
i 'Messrs' Detwyler; Starbuck, Laugh I I passengers being: Mr. James L Giles, and Tildenville, a land that flows yourself and family may be sustained on

lin, Magruder, Feizl, Calder'and Star* Miss Anna Estelle Giles,. Miss Ives, with milk and honey. They' get up these and
eggs eagles never want.
j ando
rett,. the annual, ,automobile parade Miss Diffendaffer, and Miss Wallace.Mr. in the morning before the train goes .
left-tbe' Court. House at one o'clock 1 W. E. Martin's auto carried by. to be o.continued Tuesday
ki yesterday afternoon and after,circling pennants, yellow bunting and paper Lucky Sanford on the opposite sides .
.' .Lake Eola and Lake Lucerne, passed plumes and seated in it were: Mr. well represented. That which, has t
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,out' Orange, avenue to the ,Fair and Mrs. Martin, Mrs. S. E. Ives, Jr., made Sanford famous is her sub-irri :: .,c. ><'

gro, L. Miss Mary Ives and Mrs. J. W. gated lands which produce' abundantly o '
In::spite of the. efforts'of the com Dreher. I of celery' and garden truck. '. "
mittee,'not as'many of the city automobile .i I Mr. D. E. Fishback's car, driven by Theyq ave featured this great enterprise '
; owners'responded as usual, and i Mr. Malette was decorated artisticallywith by a miniature field made of the :' .. :
.the- not nearly long I and smilax and soil of : ;. . .
procession was so I pink hydrangeas that section and their irrigation > :
f: ,as: in former years. .However ,the' the color scheme was prettily carried system is there laid out, and beds o
![moSt' of' the cars taking part' were I out in the costumes of its occupants, of. celery set out. .
:, prettily ,decorated. i Mrs. Fishback, Mrs. Malette, Miss In the center of this wing of the '
Prominent in ,the parade were the I Jessie Lawrence, Mrs. S., Waters building is a mammoth horizontal. TIE[ PEOPLES[ N NATIONAL l BANK N

cars sent from the South Apopka sec Howe and Master Edward Fishback. prism of golden fruits from various

.tion. Over:twenty-five in.number, and Mrs. S.,G. Walker and guests, with parts of the county.In .
all displaying Orange and white I Mr. Bert Walker rode in Mrs. Walk- the center of main hall a huge THE BANK THAT STANDS FOR SAFETY OF YOUR
3: streamers these represented the enthusiasm 1 ers automobile, which was decorated pyramid of citrus fruit towering high FUNDS,' HEALTH AND FIRESIDE. OPEN
: ; ( the residents 0 from the I with orange and white bunting. presents an inviting picture.To YOUR ACCOUNT RIGHT NOW !
western portion ,of;'the._county in the Dr. and Mrs. Lott's car displayedmany the right of this is the exhibitof
t i
Fair., All earifrom Oakland, Winter, cannel .
F.. I paper plumes.Mr and baked goods competingfor '."
. Garden, and Tildenville gathered, at I Seth Woodruffs automobile premiums, over which W. S. ,', ,
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'Ocoee at twelve ,o'clockana it was : was very tastefully decorated with branch, Jr., stands guardian.In .
: here' that an accident which came near greet vines and brilliant red poppies, the east wing, the Hand< Furniture -
to upsetting their plans took place.!and I the large red paper hats worn store has a fine exhibit, The Bay. o 'i

Mrs. Grey who had 'filled her car Eby! the ladies in the car carried out larian Rug Company have some fine I .
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with friends, and was, riding on the i I the color scheme most prettily. Mr. o-iental goods the most interesting "
:running board,, was I thrown to the and Mrs. ,Woodruff' had with them d which is a rug woven especially for to
f,: ground by 'a sudden turn of the' ma- [Mrs. C. B., Robinson, Miss Margaret the Fair. It has a bunch of citrus
.
chine and was painfully injured. Although .I; Hart and Master, Richard Woodruff. fruit woven in the center, and the
not able tocome;.on herself,t., Mr. and Mrs. Lattner's car was r.)rds "Orange County Fair," woven
,she insisted that:Dudley Wilson, who : simply, but effectively decorated with xu large letters.
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was driving. should take her automobile colored 'plumes of paper. The Pineacura Remedy Company o

to Orlando. |I Mr. and Mrs. Mather, of Minne- haTe a neat display of the goods they El Need the Money. Am forced to sell eight well
In ,Mr. H. H. Dickson's car were apolis, were in a car decorated with manufacture. The Florida Sanitarium Sale*
r Miss Ethel Dickson, Mrs. Brewer, ofAtlanta i[pennants. With them were Miss Lillian the home of pure and wholesome T or located lots in best localities. Three of these lots

Ga.; Mrs Will Campbell, of Mather and Miss Rock. foods where dieting is managed on a
covered with Handsome trees. An attractive will be
Mobile, :.Ala.;.Miss Madge Pollock, of| The automobile driven by Mr. scietific, basis, have an exhibit of their are orange price
'Rome;:Ga.; :and Charlie Arnold. The Mather Smigi lead the outoftowncars products.The made if sold before Saturday, February. 22.
decorations for this car were:especially and was attractively decorated Pioneer Paint Company come .
Address P.O. Box 561. JDUCKWORTH'S
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attractive, and consisted of pink with Oranges', and orange and white next with a large display of paints . .
f 'chrysanthemums.and asparagus fern,bunting. In it were: Mrs. Smith, and varnishes.In I
over. a ground work of white crepe r Mrs. Hamilton Smith, Miss Elise the north wing, as you enter, to -
a ;paper. On ,either side of the wind Euing, and Miss Grace Mary Smith. the right, as you enter from the main
;fthield were- white doves. Just behind this car OVas another building is the Peoples National Bank
;, Mr W.:: R. O'Neal's car was covered owned by Mr. Walter Smith, and where you may step in and deposit

with:orange and purple..bunting and seated in this were a merryo party of your respects, or draw your breath.This .
'seated' in it were Mr. O'Neal, Miss children, Misses Thelma Petris, Annie [ progressive institution believe in '
Mabelle O'Nealt Miss Josie O'Neal Smallbones, Bertha Hewitt, Vera advertising and are getting results. E. G. '
and Mr. and.Mrs E. R. O'NealMr. Hickman, Gussie Henschen and Mr. The Bank is a duplicate in color and
Nat Berman drove the car Parker Wilson. Boor designs of the real banking houseon .
: which he is to give away in the'voting In the other automobiles from South Pine street and is the subject of

contest:now in progress at his store;,Apopka were: much favorable comment.J. .
and it, was decorated with 'bunting,i i, Mr. and Mrs. Maurice, Oakland. E. Tracy, of the Taft Novelty Shoe Store Closed TodayARRANGING
paper' plumes. 'Those; with Mr. Ber- D. McKinnon,' wife and baby, Til Works, is the next attractive man.
'orange, and 'purple'crepe paper and : denville.C. He has a little house about ten feet
AND MARKING DOWN ENTIRE
man were, Mrs. Berman and Mr. and H. Tilden and wife, Mrs. Wise square built so neatly and so attractively SHOE STOCK
Mrs.,Levine., : and Mrs. Pierson, Tildenville. ,, that several parties have triedto FOR THE BIG '

t' ,The large'"Oakland" auto, recently t Mr. and Mrs. S. B. Hull, Miss Hull, buy it for the enjoyment of the
,purchased by Mr. J.'B. Magruder; was : Miss Bowman, Oakland children. Mr. Tracy is a real mechanicand

a most elaborately, and ,beautifully- t Mr. A. B. Newton", Hiss Newton, has many articles from his factory Stock Reduction
trimmed: 'The ,body of the, car was Miss Caruthers, Mr. S.M. Bennett, shown here.
,covered with white,,and'to this were Winter Garden.Mr. Between the Bank and Mr. Tracy,
fastened hundreds of, yellow chrys J. L. Dillard, Miss Mable Dil- is a most interesting exhibit. It is a
anthemums. White-satin ribbons were lard, Mrs. Calvin Webster, of Ash- powder magazine taken from "The
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.caught along' its sides, and tied into ville, N. O, and Miss Curry, of Val- Maine" and is there by courtesy of
a' large bow at the back.' The occupants dosta, Ga., Winter Garden.Mr. Geneva, to whom it was presented by
:Mrs. 'Magruder, Master Richard and Mrs. George T. Smith, the government Next to Mr. Tracy
Magruder, Miss Susie Magruder, Misses Florence and Margaret Smith, there is another interesting chapterof SHOESILE
and their guests, Miss Howe and Miss Harry and Tom Smith, and Mr..E. M. Taft. D. B. Sphaller has vegeta-

._ Helen' Telford, carried pretty parasols Smith, Winter Garden.. bles from his gardens at Taft, and
and 'these were covered with Cot Byrd, Oakland. fruits from his groves at Sand,Lake
chrysanthemums [ Mr. and Mrs. >Reaves, Winter Gar- that merit attention. Huge cabbages
The car owned and driven by Mr. potatoes, rutabagas, celery,sweet potatoes
M. 0. Overstreet, was daintily trimmed den.L.. W. Tilden,of Tildenville, wife huge white onions, and collards
TOMORROW AT 9 A.'M. EVERYTHING ON
and called that look like oak all BEGINNING :
: forth especial attention and children.Mr. a spreading ,
: because ,of its unusual decoration .:Calvin Sadler, Mr. Luther Sad products of this farm. SALE FOR 15 DAYS. KEEP YOUR EYES ON THE'STORE.

: of springtime apple blossoms. ler, Mr. and Mrs. Spire, Rev. and Mrs. The Overstreet Crate Co., have a I SOMETHING DIFFERENT DOING'
With Mr. Oversteet were Mrs. Over- Wilson, Oakland. small cabin built of pine cores. On I IIFREE II

street, Misses Hazel, Mildred and Miss Louise Bannon, Lois Griffin, the west side of the north wing is the

Elizabeth. Overstreet" and Master'. Agnes, Bartlett, Katherine Sims, exhibit that is competing for premiums
=; Robert Overstreet., and good showing it is. Someof
Evelyn Cowley, Hannah Bartlett, a "
Mr. and Mrs. 'J./W. Kuhn, of Edge, Irene Sips and Dudley Wilson, Ocoee. .the best Irish potatoes ever shownin FREE
: water'Terrace, showed patriotism by Mr B.'Cooley, J, E.. Petriss, J. E. Orange county' are there. Sweet 4
decorating, their car: with AmericanA Willis, Oakland. potatoes so large that'the uninitiated

;, ,., Mr,.and Mrs. Sadler,Mr..and Mrs. enquire if they are good to eat. Pumpkins .- TO THE WOMEN TO THE MEN
A small car' in which were Mrs. Blalock, of Barnesville, Ga., Prof, so large that one would last a
Thomas Hopper and Mr. Edwin Bee- Clayton, Birmingham, Ala., and Miss family a month. Hay that would 9 A. M. TOMORROW, Three pairs of .9 A. ')I. TOMORROW, Three pair Fine

man, was covered with ,a network of Myra Sadler, Oakland. make you think you were at an Ohio fine Shoes will be' given: away to the ,Shoes will,be given away to the Men toMorrow -
green, and into this were fastened Mr.' and Mrs. W., P. Vining, G. W Fair. Cassava that makes strangersask Watch' windows for 'de-
Ladies our., No Obligations. Watch the
dainty roses: of every. color, Mrs.,Hop. Vining, Misses Lizzis, Mattie, Flor- many questions. Corn that makes
per carried a pretty'rose-trimmed par.' ence.and Edna Vining, Winter Card the Hoosier think of the Wabash Val- tails. Windows. -

'asol.. 1 en., ley nubbins. Turnips' that are so big .
Mrs.. Jennie, Moody drove her own Mr. Goodin, Oakland. they could be hollowed out for tubs.
.carK which had been made vividly Mr. and Mrs. Pounds, and baby. Everywhere,everything is of interest .

pretty by 'the use of quantities of Mr..and Mrs. Salsbury.Mr. THE RED.TAG PRICES 'MEAN SOMETHING ,AT
magnolia" leaves,' on which were fastened and Mrs. Story, MissLena: .1
A bright:poinsettias., Her guests Story, Mrs. Martin and Mrs.'Thornton. E. G. Duckworth*, the excelsior shoe '

were::Miss Kendrick, of.Atlanta, Ga., \. .. dealer of Orlando, has an advertisement ,DUCKWORTH'SSHOE
:Mrs..; Brown ,of Milwaukee, Wis, and Mr. and Mrs. Davies in this issue. People ,who have
)lr. ,Wall.' '1 I Mr. and Mrs. Odum and children. been before the, public as'shoe Utters
The, car belonging' to Mrs. James Mr. and Mrs. J. 0.,Brocke and the as long as Mr. Duckworth need ",no "
..} rY LaugUin, 3rd,;was charming with itsdecorations 1 Misses[t Brocke. introduction,.but it is worth while at .
,of purple and white 1 I Mr, Sligh.As times to call people's ,attention to STORE :;

'chrysanthemums i and in it were, Mrs.!I the parade' circled Lake Lueerne, special advertisements. . that our, 'readers -I : . '. "
g LaughUn;,Mrs.: Harry Beeman,. Mrs.I the gayety of the'scene was hightenwby may get the full benefit of the best I '
James' .(Calder, Jr, and ,Mr. EdwardF. the attractive motor' 'boat- ,, ,the that the market is offering. 'f "f 'r .M' .. pt. f ;

., Mahady, ot Boston 'I Geneva, whose many flags formed ,
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,,Exquisite pond .lilies were used on, very.patriotic gala attire, nearly hid i. Children in the public schools o:f
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