The daily sentinel
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Title: The daily sentinel
Uniform Title: Daily sentinel (Orlando, Fla.)
Alternate Title: Daily South Florida sentinel
Physical Description: 1 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: Josiah Ferris
Place of Publication: Orlando Fla
Creation Date: February 22, 1913
Frequency: daily (except monday)
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando
Coordinates: 28.533611 x -81.375833 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1913.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 1, no. 269 (Dec. 20, 1913).
General Note: J.F. Schumann, editor.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 4 (Feb. 14, 1913).
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Source Institution: University of Central Florida: Florida Digital Newspaper Library
Holding Location: University of Central Florida: Florida Digital Newspaper Library
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Resource Identifier: aleph - 002075051
oclc - 34297092
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System ID: UF00087112:00073
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Related Items: South Florida sentinel
Succeeded by: Morning sentinel

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i USUPfACf FOR i# Closing Day-Saturday- February' 22 ** DISfAVORSERIOUS NOT YET KNOWN'

HUERTA IT IS BE- S 9:00 a. m-Band Concert in front of Hotel San Juan.a

C 11:00 a. m.-Aeroplane Flight at Fair Ground. -


THE Special to The Sentinel 1:30 p. ro.-Horse Races. CESS OF LAW.

TO DEVELOP Mexico City, Feb. .-Felix Diazwill 3:00 p. m.-Polo Game. ., _ aC RESCINDED BY {
: '* Washington D. C. Feb. 21.-Af.
COUNTRY enter the race for the presidency. 4:00 p. m.-Free ,Attractions. : '- r. = t PROVISIONAL PRESIDE
s ter prolonged cabinet .
a meeting to-
,Mexico City, Feb. ,21-Special-( ) Probably General Huerta will 1 SS ".

Huerta received a correspondent of not run against him. i t t i C a .SS i i S S S i :j. i day Mexico, Wilson City American instructed Counsel to inform at Special to The Sentinel

the International News this afternoon One Diaz made
why effort
reason no
Huerta-Diaz government the Un- Mexico City, Feb. 21.-The fate of
i and. made the following statement to secure the provisional'
presidency ited States would view with disfavorany Francisco I. Madero, deposed pres-
!: to American people: "Since I've for himself was his wish to DISPLAYS AT FAIR ident of Mexico
MEDAL IS PRESENTED action representing serious con- was still in the balance -
taken over the government: from I be entirely free to organize and direct sequence to ,Francisco Madero "With- this morning.The .

Madero, my main object will be the his ,party in the coming campaign.TO .
i out due process of law." These instructions ex-president therefore at daybreak -
; re-establishmentof, so that the' ALL CREDiTABLE TO PRESS
peace TAFT "
still in
were direct result that the was t cehpatial Onto CJ
people can return to their usual occupations RACE THROUGH. RAPIDS.
still in
itG I / deposed president would be summar- was the capital.

f and their prosperity be re ily executed, as was his brother. It Senora Madero and the expresident's .

:, stored."Especially. ,Niagara Falls, N. Y., Feb. 21Capt -
two sisters and his
THEY was announced that Galveston had aged
} :am I a friend to fora Claude Larsen has issued a ATTENTION LAST NIGHT AT SHERRY'S IN
father with the
been chosen as permanent base for together family of
eigners. 'I' wish to see all of them challenge to Thomas F. Day for a FROM ALL GUESTS AND RECOGNITION, OF EFFORTS army transports instead of Newport Vice-President Suarez, waited at the -

') return',,to Mexico able to invest their motorboat race through the Niagara DID MUCH TO MAKE TOWARDS INTERNATIONAL News. station to depart for Vera Cruz and r'

/ capital in safety' as before. Hope whirlpool and the rapids. Capt. Larsen -
THE FAIR A GREAT PEACE On the heels of complications aris- thence for Europe.But .
Americans will come here not only has made the trip twice in a at the hour which had been
SUCCESS.The Special ing over treatment of Madero trou-
to The SentineLNew ,
r' to help develop the country 'commercially motorboat and Mr. Day last summer
fixed for departure, was stilt
ble declared be congress
was to brewing at
i but also intellectually. navigated the Atlantic in a small gasoline' Orange County Fair of 1913 York, February 22.-In recognition in session discussing the situation. i.
Vera Cruz, according to a dispatch
"I understand well the'power of power boat. will tonight pass into history. Thatit of his signal efforts towards 1
I from the consul of Canada there to Senora Weeps.
r''> the and will always receive has been a good Fair, accomplishedmuch international peace President Taft
press the effect that officials there refuseto Senora Madero and the rest of her
newspaper men friendly or.unfriendly good for' the agricultural people will be presented with a Gold medal
BOYS IN CONFERENCE. party of exiles had waited impatiently -
new regime.Today's
to hear what they have to say and of this great county, in buildingup tonight- at a peace testimonial recep- for than two hours why
from "Wilson
will.answer them." Pittsfield, Mass., Feb. 21.-The higher ideals among this great tion and dinner to be given in ,his dispatches
state the work of restoring order in they were informed by ex.Foreiga
23rd annual boys' State Conferenceof army of bread winners,and in stimu- honor at herrys.,
'4 : Lascurain, that the
all Minister ex-pres-
and of
lating a greater pride in the grandest The banquet will be presided over cleaning up
ORANGES AND PECANS IN the Young Mens' Christian Association
ident "would be from
the is prevented joining
- 'SOUTHERN ALABAMA. began a two-day session of occupations no one will deny. by Henry Clews, the New York banker city being vigorously prosecuted. them on their journey."

ing 80 different associations are at- The farmer is the man of the hour who is president of the American

.f: _About,30,000,Satsuma orange trees tending the conference. and his importance is daily, increase Peace and Arbitration League, under Madero and Suarez with are'still imprisoned -
several othersin
F 'will be planted,in the,vicinity of Fair- ing. The demands upon him are daily whose auspices the affair will be held together "THE GOOSE GIRL."

'" hope, Ala., this season, according to increasing and any effort that has for Joseph Choate will present the medalto palace. -
BABY SHOW. New Cabinet ministersassumed
'. a;conservative estimate. Most of them its object the advancement of his Mr. Taft with an appropriate Harold MacGrath's popular novel,

'; : will be:planted under contract by A. interests is commendable and worthythe speech. Addresses will also be deliv- charge of their respective depart- "The Goose Girl," dramatized by
Nearly three dozen pretty, laughing ments today. They made only a few
M. Troyer, who, already has ordered support and co-operation of every ered by Professor Benjamin Ide Geo. D. Baker, was presented at the
shown fond in the official staffs. Wilson
.babies changes
I[ 20,090 trees from nurseries.Troyer were by .moth- person, ,regardless of their station in Wheeler, of Columbia University, Orlando opera house" last night at the
ers and it was a puzzle, to the judges states presence of American war
&. Dougherty have planted life or occupation. 'What would happen1 Ambassador da Gana from Brazil, and large and audience. The '
: appreciative ,
,whereto place the awards. ships in Mexico waters have had a
eleven acres in satsuma and pecans to this old world of ours if the President' Taft. play tells the story of deceit and diplomacy

\ thus, far, and ,have planted about 1,- The prizes, are as follows: farmer got some of the new fangled The Taft Medal is the joint gift of very beneficient effect Consul Ed- played by the Chancellor of
Fat wards from Juarez
Boys-Allen Loraine Redd, telegraphed today -
500 trees ,at_ Satsuma Park. One of notions in his head and went on a thirty-three peace and civic organizations Ehrenstein, so that his daughter
first Mrs. A. L. Reid Earl that that section of the border is -
l the largest orange: groves in this son ; strike, is too terrible to contemplate.Then throughout the country, rep- : should be queen, by having the real
Everett second Mrs.1 peaceful but much to
Tyner, son of speculation as
vicinity will ,be. that of: McConnel &: ] I shall. we not help make this resentatives of which will be present. princess abducted by a band of gyp-
J. G. Tyner. whether or not leaders of the several
Troyer:,who rwfll have',80:;acres when t great ,occupation easier and more attractive The face of the gold disc shows the sies. Grumbach, unknowingly assist
; Prettiest Albert rebel bands in that section win
Boys- recognize -
'completed, They wUl-pUmt.20: ;: acres" that more bright'young men ,figure of a woman with, an arm clasped -, in the abduction and then goes to
,1t first 'oMrs. J. A. Cheek Huerta. Consul Hammat, of
; -
;: each year until"the 80 (covered,with may engage in it? about a shield on which is emblaz-I America, where he makes a fortune
e' Willis, second, son of Mrs. A.iJ i Durango, reports no important rev-
This is the of Fairs oned the "National Institute of Social
'trees.. A.' H. McComb ,of .Chicago, purpose County as a master plumber. He returns to
Willis. olutionary movements there.
' who closed a deal,,for, .120, acres of ;.Handsome j and if you have not done your full Sciences." The reverse side bears the his native land to right the wrong :,

Stapleton's" land east of Fairhope, will Girls-Hattie Louise share in helping the officials of this Latin inscription, "Dig vs Honore" Mexico City-That Diaz-Huerta he has committed. With the assist. '
Speer, first, daughter of Mrs. W. L. Fair" to have come'short with the name of Mr. Taft. the
plant oranges"and pecans. success you administration in restoring peace to ance of the American consul at ,Dries

Probably,the, largest. orange grovein Speerj; Connie Brannon Elizabeth and Chloe of your duty. rim of the medal is engraved the following Mexico faces a far more formidabletask berg, he furnishes proofs that the

f ',Baldwin county will be at Silver. Bertha Mrs. T. ,C. Brannon, twin daughters of The Orange County Fair must continue inscription: than was at first supposed, indicated humble little goosegirl, who saved '. 1
,hill, where Wimberg &.;Johnson are and mustcontinue to grow. "Presented to President Taft for reports of rebel activities I him with beer in the old tavern, it

planting 300 ,acres in satsumas. On Besides being helpful to farmersand his efforts toward arbitration. uni- which reached Mexico City from at I the real princess and the Princess

the .west shore of ,Mobile Bay, .below AT THE FAIR manufacturers in the exchangingof versal peace." least a dozen states. : Hildegard is the arch-conspirator itt

? Mobile, a company has"put out 800 ideas and in the promotion of better No leaders of Guerilla bands are the abduction plot Gretchen, the I

'i acres- of satsumas and 'pecans, and Oakland, Tildenville, Winter Garden methods, it cultivates a closer THE BIG BATTLE BEGINS TODAYAT completely satisfied with the changeof Goose Girl, is loved by the young y

t.- will 'put out 300 acres,more. and Ocoee contributed more to the I social relation between farmers themselves 9:00 A. M. administration. All hated Madero King of Jugenheit, disguised< as a

,i I At the present rateof planting ,the success ,of the Fair exhibits than and between farmers and business but none have been willing to follow vintner named Leo, while Arthur ,

f Alabama territory rif be shipping any other part .of the county and in men. They come to know each This was the announcement that the banner of Diaz and those 'who Carmichael, the American consul, is.

: oranges in two years,'.it is believed. this statement no injustice is done other better and appreciate each other brought a crowd into, the Duckworthstore show a willingness to ally themselveswith in love with Hildegarde, who, after ;

:: ;Industrial''Index. any other part of the county. more. early Friday morning, the like 'new government, demand con- the denouncement, leaves with her

The wealth'of fruits, vegetables, This county owes a debt of gratitudeto of which was never seen in Orlando. cessions in return for their allegiance father and Carmichael for America, '

( COMPLETE TRAINING. and grains. The glass cases of fishes, President Dickson and Secretay By the hour of opening the store which is not likely to be granted. to begin life anew under different

--- I and the.'fruits,/vegetables and ,fish I O'Neal for their untiring efforts for was crowded with people who were Not less than three years of devastating surroundings. .

Los Angeles, Feb. 21.-Joe Rivers encased in large blocks of ice con months in the interest of this Fair, there to buy. It really was an inter- guerilla warfare between

; and'."Knockout". 'Brown, of Ne'r York, tributed so.largely to the beauty and also to Mr. David Lockheart and Seth esting sight to see people crowding federal forces and rebel bands is certain '

f?' who are scheduled to.meet'in a'twen. interest of exhibition.hall that it wasa Woodruff, for their diligence in the in to buy and'watch. the clerks hustle and the prospect for" farmers and WILLIAM W. BARBER -

, ty-round: .bout. at Vernon Saturday, subject of comment from every matter of races in which the peopleare in their efforts to wait on the crowd. ranchers, whose 'properties have never '

; concluded 'their training, today. It side, and it is a' safe bet that the enterprise so greatly interested. All have Mr. C. C. Cole, representative of been immune from attack duringthe One of Orange Count, Oldest Citizens

t' was freely predicted that Rivers shown by the people' of these done good work, the superintendentsin the Callahan ,Sales Company, of At- past severalye&rs. Passes Away.

;" would be; a 10 to. J6 ringside favor' localities,',will bear fruit, that will the various departments have done. lanta Georgia, superintended this Governor Carrana, of State Co- Thursday afternoon at the home of
pay'them for their service. Praise them for this. his daughter, Mrs. S. A. Hall, near
effort hundred good
rt ite.. an great sale and as an advertiser and huila, has risen in ams against the ,
Formosa ,Mr. William W. Barber'oneof
fold. No doubt of us.saw things at
special sales he certainly isan' He has active
I f manager new government got
r It.will not excite any vanity in that the Fair which did not comport with Orange county's oldest and highly
NOT TAKEN ,SERIOUSLY expert and gave Orlando's Big Independent the support of several wealthy members
'". I sensible woman, Mrs. Mather ,Smith our ideas of a model Fair but we have shoe 'firm a big boost. of the Madero family. The rebel respected citizens'passed away in the

by,saying that she is today more Wide- only to bear in mind that the officials eighty-sixth year of his life.
( N. Y. Feb/21.-Governor When night came the clerks were glad movement in the, south believes to
.Albany, < ; His remains will be laid to rest today
Sulzer does not: take seriously alleged ly known than any woman in .the did their best to make it a and Mr.. Duckworth was glad. The have been begun in earnest All rail
r in the Confederate lot in the cemetery -
model Fair and had been in
threats of,New'York .Stock Exchange county; we charge clerks needed rest and Mr. Duckworthhad and wire communication with that
;, .' members 'to leave this Stateif instead of they, are we quite certain a hat full of money., It looked section has been cut off. Zapata and
; The deceased is survived by a
the Governor's legislative stock Woman's Department.. that it would have been any better, like he had enough to start a bank. Delao have, not signified their conformity
daughter, Mrs. Hall of Formosa and
or even as good? Solet,us be charitable Mr. Cole who has had wide with the order of .
Thee a experience new, things.In
: exchange reform is carried , was a ,large attendance
; program a brother, Mr. Andrew Jackson Bar.
for this is of the
'. lout throughout the day in the woman's one crowning in this line of work says that the north Orosco is also a source ber, of Chuluota.

where graces of a' well developed man or advertising ,in a morning of anxiety to the new government
t building, one of the best and paper, Mr. Barber came to Orange county
"- most diversified woman. reaching the people fresh in the morn Reported he is on the here to
displays of culinary way
r /STOCK: .EXCHANGE PLAN IS. OP Let 'us appropriate the lessons of in 1856 and has ,resided here continuously -
ing results and he that to allegiance to
': preparations, jellies and preserves, gets says personally answer
1 l POSED., : good and lose the lust,of the evil, and people said to. him that they Huerta. Other reports he is.de- ever since.
fancy kork, flowers, art and special many 'say
; ,---- The only time he'wu out of the
features contribute to keep alive the feeling of brotherlylove had been attracted to the store by. termined to pursue his incipient warfare .
; New York,' Feb: 21.-Governors of unusually county was during the war between
& that mainfest the bring- '
large and attractive was reading the above heading in the mor- as before to overthrow Madero.
display. There I
,the New York Stock Exchange today the states, when he' was in the Confederate ,'
of all of the county
t ing together parts
was juding; in ,several of the branches ; ning Sentinel of that day. Preliminary to using forceful measures '''
for four
i the
voted to. vigorously army
oppose this week in one place with one ac years.
of the department yesterday. Than'you Mr. Cole for this higbcompliment. emissaries of Diaz started to-
; page of 'pending State bill to increase ,
a .
cord. Here's long life and day on. a trip throughout the country
the stock transfer tax from
o happiness to,you.GEORGE'S assuring the populace everything had NAt
Y '2 to 4 cents:a share. Colored, Schools Fine Exhibit: -
: been adjusted and to ask, people to
,The Colored .School's exhibit was PICTURES AT THE, GRAND. recognize Huerta Juan Sanchez Az. the home of.Mr. and Mrs.,Eldei

located .in a large building the .SECOND COURT. Gore last
near, on, Gore. avenue evening
,of Madero
.. cona private ,secretary. ,
Exhibition Hall and,'was .the center .The pictures to be shown at the 4 who the Madero was perpetrated a happy surprise C'a
escaped night was
Blgaria'Feb. 21.- 6ne hunt of, much, interest throughout the Grand tonight are all good ones London, Feb. 21.-King George and captured reported to have been their daughter, Elsie, by her young
Soil ,
r? ; Fair. It 'was;in charge of the principal They' are as follows: Queen Mary hold their second court friends.. -
1 dyed Cteiftian, ,were massacred_ by tured near Puebla and executed. On
*' ,Turkish 'troops yesterday' in the yfl.kge . "The Tender Hearted Boy," Bio- of the season today. It isnot'expected his person' it is reported draft for The mother had been taken into the

dispatches Its display very similar,to, that graph. that' it-win-be so:large'omg to Paris confidence, of the young folks, and
of Kenaminio,. according ; six million pesos on bank was
of the Whit aehoolt the fact-that.many society.,people_are the
above the third "A Lesson from The Past Canes when array:of happy faces appeared -
received by the, Bulgarian! : to have been found.e
'stowed needle.WOrk 1 anyon'the Continent for the Lenten Mrs.
grade and, artistic at, the. door, Gore was
government today.. Similar massacres I.. "Broncho Billie's Gun-play,' ,Esanay ,-
!> 'It'h 'not'bee .:
.. i announced
',' : Tchatalja ;(neat composition books, specimens : ( season. prepared :for;,them, .but not Krie,
rare reported through..the of manual, training ,work by : featuring G., M. Anderson. whether any:Americans.:wifl be present M-i''P. P' McGraw of ,St. Louis; who though',- $ tl1' surprised qekkly -
,y'i'large. portion,of,which: : Ike, boys and. apron making.'by' the or not. ;> )ro.,. writli. :her husband ,are' so- recovered-.herself and'.M.'hostesf -
es, tede4.. ;by the. partial .h at Zell wood in the ''
l', ' girts- I WEATIIU.BEPOBT. --. -' josraiiig : was cityyesterday. made.her ItttiefnendV happy.." 1 t

. $' 'Brigarian.troops., 'The: eeesnattbaJtockbelffl: .. .Mrs. *McGraw ,is in love ,"A'l: ne1i. waY'served ,and is

r :" northern athletic eat:far:Wm defeated with beattiful, ,Orlando. tltie" -1;part' of>;>tie" ;program- -the boyilibWaplwant J
= ,Yoe ;j'l the .n yS; Unel'k AT THE, LUCERNE TONIGHT. I Florida local rains in I II Beetiag : : "
:t: m nWt. '" T -- .;' -- portion., Probably 'fair: in south andcentral II IIr Jim Thorp oil"the ewe pathfrrtead )" It',_ .... _'. : ,ev&akf.:
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gar; '> ;\"" r'L'I' .a" Thia, .:popular' play 'house. hag ,an I portions. Saturday colder'innortheat : &too nWBiJ....ttiiia-wiII POtJHD-.O" :tbest .eYYO f,,'0.-_ >4iilu .. .

exttftieaallygood" ,,bill. for. tonight; I r portion. ,Sunday probably 1, deserved. 'bMors. an aJnf'.vl., t: ; it'oieliel. ;> '._:."" ,TVs.8sfail fc,a* a'MW tiftr,fctl

,'Rdlers : ''Aiaotds.InlssF aad,advertise, that they;will: show, fair, colder y ,in'north and central por.: It.nay-_be s W--ilk. : \.*."kvt. ft" ''data_ :... ., ..y.. ". .'''',keii .... ..... D arm!..said

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_Tbe'revowtien to Mexico; 'chas\\1 The ,Parcels PostIS -

;finally' ",halted-without intervention, by,-... , ..
the, ,United, 'Statetook._ concrete, shape J i BARGAINS 1 8ARGAIN 1 BARGAINS 1 1We
5' in 1910, ':when_ Francisco: L: Madero;
member of wealthy and influential A. 'GREAT HELP TO ,THE PEOPLE

,Mexicanfamilyfirst'.came: to public SO IS ,

notice:' as' an. unsuccessful .rival of take
pleasure in announcing to ,Ladies and Childrens Ready to
..Porfirio Diaz for, :election' .to.the presi- ,Mccull ch's ,Department: Store the people in Orlando and vicinity wear hats from 50c up.
"dency of:'the Southern' Republic that our line of Spring and Summer Ladies Rain Coats, Regular $3.00

r Mexico at'that'time, was astir-II withdissatisfaction V Merchandise, which is arriving daily kind, now $2.98. Childrens RainProof '

"and, in many partsof t Sit down and sum up'all,your.bills, putting ;' such as Dry Goods, Clothing, Shoes, Capes from $1.98 up.
the country' bandits and so-called: all in one amount, then come and see us and Hats, Millinery, Ready to Wear Hats, Ladies Washable Skirts, all styles
1 'revolutionists were terrorizing" : the give us an opportunity to explain our up-to- the Styles Shown are varied ,enough from $1.24 "up.

;, eountl ide. ,None"of these,however, I date plans for relieving, your financial pains to suit the tastes of every one, and Ladies and Children's Coats and G
-v *were',of sufficient'numerical strength, I the prices are in keeping with every Suits at Surprisingly low Prices.
*nor had sufficient influence to seriously purchaser's idea of Calicos 5e
economy. per yard.
: ':oppose the:Diiz Government SPECIAL BARGAINS DURING French "
Gingham lOc
per yard.
Madero however, it different
With, was FAIR WEEK.
: : After he had been defeated ELSEWHERE.. WHY NOT PAY THIS STORE, i Shoes for Men, Ladies, Misses and To accomodate nice china ware the trade for we giveaway

by Diaz;who'held control of the election .I A 'VISIT AND PROFIT BY OUR REPUTATION Children in all styles and colors, high who premiums
to everybody trades with We
machinery' and after he had escaPed FOR SQUARE DEALING I and low cut, to suit the taste of every Guarantee Satisfaction or your us.mon. ,
z from jail,"where he was.incarcerated J body.. All Shoes will sell at FIFTEEN refunded. '
on' a charge of sedition,* he PER CENT OFF.
.' ;set about the e rdination of these DEPARTMENTSTORE[ [ [ j Ladies Shirt Waists and Middy Come and convice yourself.
scattering" forces and the inauguration IcCULLOCH'S Blouses of styles from 98c up. Your Trade will be Appreciated.Ladies .

: of,his'revolt Dresses from 98c up. Men's Straw Hats from 23c up.
The hot bead of the Madero .. ""'I1;;': Childrens Dresses from 48c
revolution OPPOSITE POST OFFICE :; ; I up. Men's Alpaca Coats from $1.50 up.
during its days' of incubationin -\
: October,-,1910, was Laredo; Texas,
':whither the disappointed candidate Try.Shopping With Us by Parcel Post. All Orders '

'fled. On:November 19, 1910 his plans Receive Prompt Attention ; ,Kanner's New York
1a, ;were complete and'he crossed the Rio I

rK Grande into his native country after

:- ,*proclaiming a state of revolution. At
'- this time his followers numbered seven -
'*' men. Bargain Store

Little heed was taken of the Map -

dero'revolt,by the administration. It GREATEST- BARGAIN IN ORLANDO

was stated that the movement was a If You Would be Posted be a Daily Visitor to this Store
i **' flash'in the"pan and that the Federal ..

forces could easily crush the rebellion '
t had they a mind to do so. In February

;. of 1911, however, the State De-' 8 BEAUTIFUL 'LOTS, ON LAKE
partment "at"'W&shington' awoke to

:the ,fact that the Diaz Regime was EOLA can be bought very

f**;tottering was 'found on: to:its be,'last in.almost, legs. complete Madero . reasonable Inquire at ,the , J fH BUMB! IIAR W AR

control of the, state'of Chichuahua \ 1I

.* with,Orozco,'Blanco and Pancho: Villa, SENTINEL I

the ex-bandit, under ,his command. ..
Abraham Gomez, Governor of Chich f

uahua, also helped in organization and
R "
r" financial .affais. I

4 s 'Early..in, 1911 Diaz sent his.,best t "
i troops, under the able leadership of
1913 :lv/ :odels
; 't Orozco, however,, the _rebels divided, ,
the Federal forces and often defeated .
If I "'- 1
t ,them. \
'" a
; In the spring of 1911 even the

4 staunchest Diaz partisans realized that i

;< : "the.end was in sight At the end of
.April'the'Government sued for a com

promise.. 'That came'to nothing, andT
t ,( ,on May 5, Madero,broke off all negotiations IX
and his army in three-day, "
fight captured Juarez. S ': J
Even: Provincial :President Ma MOTORCYCLES
',0:(' as ,
,dero' had lhis.hands. full. On May 12 .,. ;
1 Four H. P. Models $200,00Seven
S ,Orozco, pistol in hand, demanded that I
; H. P. Models, $250.00 ..
'i- he ':dismiss his cabinet. Onlookers
thought ,the death of Madero was. at '

N f hand.' Orozco,;however, was calmed, C. E. Eilpsrt Hardware, Agricultural Implements, Harness, Saddlery

r and ;for several months, thereafterwas .

'" ,loyal ORLANDO, FLA. "*'Agent for Orange CountyimiiiiMtif" Paints, Oils, Building Material, Etc.

',On Sunday night, May 29, a plot, . ,
of which were said to be several imii
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El,Paso. Daniel' de Villiers' began negotiations Congress, with forcing the election of proclaimed himself provisional President 1

: there ,with Gen.:Viljoen and Pino Suarez as Vice President, with of the- Republic and waged an

:; Gen Orozco to get them to start a "putting members of his family in aggressive warfare upon the" Made-
revolution against Madero. The Unit- roists.
and their
positions of great power
ed State Secret Service informedby r
: was with
hands into the Public Treasury,
: Viljoen, and. De Villiers' arrest followed .
make the country pay a
trying t) ,OAKLAND. 1
large amount for land owned by his Oakland, Feb. .-Mr. J. S. Easel 1 I
On May 18, after the fight of Forfirio -
uncle, paying to his brother $700,000out den of DeLand, is prospecting for a :
Diaz and of the W. SLEMONS
: for ex-
of the Public Treasury location in this section.
Presidency by Francisco de la Barra,
alleged'to have ,
penses Mr. George R. Croft has traded
? Madero at the invitatjon De la
and'with brandingas
the revolution, motor boat for an auto.
Barra, left El Paso for Mexico City, and looters men who -
Some of the largest bass ever
arriving-June 6, '1911. "sought. to stop the exploitation of caught out of Apopka lake ace being

} $ Crowds formed in solid masses two their country." landed this week. Some as large as Our ew Spring S Stock is Coning In'I I
k miles I6ng to welcome him. Men The Reyes revolution was short-liv- twelve pounds have been brought in ,
swarmed the lofty statues of Columbus t '
up ied.' Then came that of Felix Diaz, .
and Carlos to the recently And will offer to Choice Selection of Class
IV. see revolutionary much fiasco. But Zapata bloom : we you a High
almost as a The orange is one, of the "
leader., and Orozco still were active. Thereis this section has had for Goods.
heaviest sev- ,
Then followed the campaign,for the reason to believe that the IN DRY GOODS, ALL THE STAPLE AND USEFUL ;
Presidency. Madero's opponents were I enrollment no of rebels is not larger today eral years. GOODS as well as ,FANCY SILKS, and FINE DRESS
The Oakland hotel is enjoying a
Gen. Reyes and Dr.. Gomez. He, was "I GOODS, HOSIERY IN SILK,LISLE AND COTTON, and -1
a elected by an almost unanimous vote. ever. be immediate great many guests now. Everyone the Many Accessories that Women, Use. eo '. eo eo . ,
There appeared to no
owning an auto and many who do notre
2 Zapata announced he would fight until danger from these two bandits, how- off to the Orange county;fair at
Madero was driven from the Presi- considered well in the II :Bargains Six Days in Every Week
ever, all was Orlando today. Some of the cars were I .
dency. the .
Madero had not been an ,elected Republic when on February very prettily' decorated v' We,carry all the time a large stock of SHOES the

-: President two weeks when ,he faced Diaz revolt broke loose with dramatic Mr. B. Cooley of Hellena, :Ark., is I ,. ., ',: best makes and newest styles. KING QUALITY MEN'SSHOES. "
force. visiting his brother for some time. CRADDOCK TERRY'S WOMEN'S SHOES '
,a revolt in Congress, his enemies rank -
to The first intimation that the The A. C. L. railway is makingsome
charging he had insulted the army. Mexican -
of the
and file of the populace needed improvements at"this
A resolution called on the Ministers I
of War and the Interior to "explain I capital had of the revolt the was place which is much appeciatedby SCHLOSS BROS. FINE: SUITS FOR MEN at $15.00,
I of the arsenal and attack -
ki ,the fiasco of the ,operations against the seizure the national palace where the public. $20.00, $25.00 and $30.00 are unsurpassed for STYLE 'J
upon : Mrs. W. H. Hudson and children are FIT AND QUALITY.
Zapata. f Madero and ,his loyel troops were visiting her mother at Linden this 'J 1;
Orozco revolted early last year. housed., Preceding this the Tlapan LORD BALTIMORE BOYS SUITS. WILL "BE SURE '
With, him went more than half the I TO PLEASE YOU.
a cadets had quietly wheeled into position few
Harold Henschen is spending a | jI
is still!,
army before ,the jail in which Diaz days at home. He has just completed I :JI
carrying on,his revolution. incarcerated,and had ,I ,
I and Reyes were a business course in one of the business '
k Madero's enemies were,everywhere. demanded their delivery at the ,can- of Jacksonville.

'. When they were' ;not denouncing him non's mouth. ,This complied with, colleges 1 W. M. Siemens:

r openly,they were undermining his the ,fighting began with the result "

a strength.secretly. They charged him that Reyes fell a martyr,to the revoltin WANTED-Clean Cotton Rags the
with not respecting the sanctity of the the first engagement. ,Diaz later I Sentinel Office. I
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is ,, ,So- ;Say;Harrtrd\Meeal; Man-52000 ,- ,but especially for those wishingto IT'S A FAIR PROPOSITIONTO
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F Drug ,RalutCambridge is our purpose to publish accurate youwant"
;Feb.,'2O.-More than 300 schedules,daily,of.the ferrival and de- ASSUME THAT YOU ARE
uses of poisoning in,one'form or an- parture;of.trains,also..the hour and -
other is'the estimate of the yearly ?lace of public conveyances from cityo c APPRECIATIVE' OF THE VERY BRIGHTER FRUIT! . -il
toll..to patent medicines according to the.Fair grounds. Free from the dust mite and for which j
sY DJ:,; David L. Edsall of the Harvard North Bound Passenger Trains BEST. WE ARE SPECIALISTS IN
Medical School He,'estimates' ,that ltlantic,Coast'Line, .... 10:11 a.m. ., you command the fancy prices, use- J
the, use. of these medicines has turned. Atlantic Coast, Line ,.... ,1:35 p.m.Atlantic .t Electrical and "SULPHO-CITROL." .,
Wireing Motor Work > I
5 ,0Q0 people to theydrink' or' drughabit ; Coast Line ,.... 12:31 a.m.
: .while. 17,000 people have died Atlantic Coast Line Local l>,
,from'the use of patented drugs.' Tampa to Sanford ." .8:01 p.m. NEWELL EUCTRiCAL COMPANYARCADE f.
"There is enough poison," Dr. Ed Seaboard Air Line ....., 9:00a.m.' If
sall said, today, "in a co-called drugcure South Bound Passenger Trains BUILDING you w nt'f
'to kill,a person who; is not ad- Atlantic Coast.Line .... 3:05a.m.j i CHURCH,ST.
dicted to>he.abit. A'man writes to Atlantic Coast Line, Local PHONE 280 To destroy the "THRIPP," use- f
a doctor,.or.firm which' advertises a Sanford to Tampa.. 8:47 a.m. .
sure cure for the,drug habit and tells Atlantic Coast Line .... 3:21 p.m. I "BLACK LEAF TOBACCO EXTRACT." 1-
r them he uses five grains of morphinea Atlantic Soast Line .... 6:41 p.m. Our ne w1913 Almanac containing foil
day. In the cure he receives by Seaboard Air Line arrives 1
return mail there is generally to be From Wildwood ...... 6:35 p.m. information sent you for three cents ,
founty twenty grains of the same S. A. L. Orlando to Lake Charm postage. '
drug Leaves daily .......... 5:00p.m. The Best the CheapestSO
'"But one of the most pitiful and Arrives ... ............ 8:45a.m.
dreadful results is the,actual.depravity GET THE BEST OF
which these medicines through the New 7-room house, with electric E. 0. Painter Fertilizer Co. :

alcohol they contain, sometimes pro lights, bath and all modern .conven Paints and Wall
duce. The great majority of the pat- iences. Lot 75x200. Price, 2,850. Paper "
ent medicines depend on alcohol. for Terms to suit \ JACKSONVILLE, FLA. '
a stmulent and it is through this stimulant
the feel
which makes patients
much better, that'they fool the users IS GRAND AND I WILL BE PLEASEDTO }
into thinking they.are getting results Subscribe for the SentinelttHIIIMMIIMMMMMM SHOW THEM. ALL YOU HAVE TO f
and develop them into ,dope fiends or DO IS TO TELEPHONE AND I WILL S r
hopeless drunkards. BRING THE SAMPLE TO YOUR HOME. -
,"There .is, the further. danger ofyt'y
poisoning to be encountered' ,especiallyin J
,the case of infants who are given Indeedthey GEO. A. BARKER PHONE 268 Fireplace Mantels,
sleeping. powders, soothing syrups : .;
killers and other preparations -
and pain
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Many, many'infants have been killed ,Caloric Fireless Cookers

in this way." > Are I SPRING MILLINERY[ f OPENINGWednesday [ I ,

deaf The so,aDd called blindness consumption.cures were cancer all No better cigars are to be II I I Electric Pocket Flash Lights,

roundly denounced by Dr. Edsall ,and found anywhere we'resure I Complete Electric
Lighting Plants 01
that the
he called it "pitiful fact
of than, hence we feel I
medicine dealers take advantage of and Thursday
no hesitancy in saying that ,
"4 these dread diseases which.they know regardless of price, there is Any Size Installed. .

sv. they cannot cure." not a ,cigar made.that you February 26th and 27th.A _. ..... f-
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; ) ;ftM' ANBSilBeCMTRON:,:1rRLY_ tat d:the'Orlando'; Reporter-SUr'and legislature from Marion,county :

theOrI ndo.Citnen. favored county' 'through the Ocala- 'Star bas the'following :: Search You Will

-- :EAH8' .i'' division.. ',The.Sentinel was against it .to .say with reference. to the 'establishment as
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; '--:- because it is naturally against anything of a 'Criminal'Court marion

.:;. THE DAILY SBN'1'J.NBL' that the other, favor. County, and the Sanford Herald .

:;, ;Oat'year ...................'....$5.00 a.art instance of papers' the decided f in an attempt to answer the Ovie-j 1
,., -. Month*:....'!'..''...z..'. 2.50 do speakers, who favored the retention You
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LY1ree Months..................... :1.25 editorial, from the Reporter-Star, of a .Criminal Court quotes the Cant More for
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., the county ring called them down and A criminal court of record will require

: THE WHKLY SSfTlNKL line for division an additional judge, an addition. Your Money Elsewhere
--i", ,'WK year, by'rnafl,'portage'paid!'u.t.. forced them to up, county (
.T al prosecuting attorney, an additional
'JUirtu THE BBfTDSSL, Orknda Florida.OfictJOT : .
,4: :. Cbort Stnet. Arcade Bafldtof\ Then the Sanford Herald proceeds clerk of the court, and the county -;, : . '
.':*"" ,Pbow .24 to.reproduce'.the Reporter-Star's edi must pay" the judge, the prosecuting I' ..

the Herald attorney, the clerk and all costs connected ', .
torial. Up to this writing
J08UH flllin.Pr. >.t.. Has asserted that the Sentinel opposed with the court. If the state j i ... ,: , I.
; division because Joe pays the 'present judge, the present' '
county THAN OURS. ,
' SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 22, 1913 Ferris was- the' mouth piece of the prosecuting attorney, the cost of jury l' SEVERAL YEARS THIS ,

There is.something for everybody "County son is assigned.Ring." Now So it, the is evident above that rea- you and and witnesses I to have, what like good officials will do it the do I ., HAS BEEN SO, IT IS SO TODAY, AND WILL ,:: :., .

.in a Sunday paper. same duty that is now being performed -' : f.
Brother Holly's thinking gear wabbles BE SO
: ,_O' .- NEXT YEAR, AND IN -
t occasionally also. by our present officials, and have -

"' There is no paper, like a Sunday the county pay the cost of a criminal J
As to the Sentinel, it has always op THE YEARS TO COME.
for'results. Send
morning paper court? What good will and I
n posed any measure that was detrimental you get .

copy early. to the best interests. of the major. out of the creation of these new'court r

HPIf.ybirwant ---- the officials, when we have already these
of of
ity people Orange county.
: what you want 'when men on the same job, paid by the
For this reason it has opposed county
you want it, advertise in the Senti-' division whenever it has come up. state? : W ot aYe I st n
)el. s Conditions are studied before a position '"What would you think of a farmer e urB f

-o- who would hire two plow hands to runa
T is',taken, and when once takenis .
The last issues of the Winter Gar- one-horse plow?
adhered to.
den. 'Times was so good 'that we have This steadfastly has always been, the policy of What would you think of the planof

to reproduce .it. almost entirely. the Sentinel and will continue to be paying'two prosecuting attorneys, If It We in the Jewelr Line1T.I1.vanstheJeweler We It

: v i o the policy. two clerks to prosecute the criminals? ave

Next to a live wide-awake morning Now the Herald is getting down to ,
The fact that the other
very papersof ,
paper, there is nothing else that can this city have 'swung in line with Business, and should continue the argument
create as much enthusiasm. a good
> the Sentinel in opposition to county '
.brass band. What there be for inuring
excuse can -
division is conclusive proof that the
o the heavy expense of an extra
Sentinel right
:Today will' be the anniversary of was o court, house, jail and infirmary when

the birth of Geo. Washington. The NOT ONE GOOD REASONMr. those already at hand are ample and

post ,office and banks will observe it paid for? Why increase the expenseof

'ly closing. another set of county officials to OPPOSITE POST OFFICE
Wilbur McCoy, industrial and .
o do the business that the present officers
immigration agent of the Atlantic
:, A man wants' to know if he can are doing so efficiently and economi- N
Coast Line railroad: and who for years -I
zx marry on $8 a week. Of} course bei cally that more than $50,000 is in the
lived in Sanford and contributed muchto
;i an, but unless he is very reckless treasury to the credit of all the tax-
the'upbuilding of that community,
lell not try it tCome
said to .Sentinel: representative Friday payers
o now, Mr. Holly, where is the
evening that he was totally unable -
Mr. and Mrs..Denison Markham, of economy in all this you are askingfor I
to understand Sanford's.attitude.
,,Providence[ R.. I.,are.in the city for Sanford? What do you hope to
in this countydivision matter.
:a six,week's stay. and are domiciled give the tax payer in return for the
"What, ,said Mr. McCoy "do they Spring Mi11ery
tt, the Lucerne. toll will make his
heavy you on pocket f
hope to accomplish by it? Wherein I
ft- book if Sanford is permitted to have
will anybody be benefitted by it? To
In the recent naval examinations her way, thereby doubling the expenseto
mind they have never pointed out
a son' 'of King George stood sixt my the of
present taxpayers Orange ?
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any reason for it, worthy of consider ) ::
<,:. ,fourth :,in a class of sixty-five., ,But ation." county. .

; fce.will be an admiral before. any of > o
Mr.'McCoy now a resident of Jack. OpeulfigI ,
'Jus:,: cI samate WE NEED MORE, GOOD ROADSMr.
.r sonville, takes the same view of the

' '1 -.0 situation that other disinterested par-
? ,The Minnesota Senate has rejectedV B. Beacham's articles on good
ties take. The fact that there are
r constitutional amendment roads, published in the Trib-
.: : proposed forty counties in the United ,States Tampa
giving women the right to vote. Another smaller than Harney county would be une, is quoted more largely by state

effort will be.'made. Woman papers than anything that has appeared -
is no argument The controling fact
:,suffrage:is'an educated! taste. in the prints of this state for 4
is that Orange county as it now is, is I -
o well governed and out of debt and years. 11Saan 1srSa j 1 J
Judging ,by the epidemic of thefts I i the majority of the people of the This shows that the people of Florida -' \ a i I:

and robberies throughout the countrythe are interested in good roads and '
: county want to keep'it that way. C
.light-fingered deter. that Mr. Beacham has taken the )
gentry are
Brined to secure their part' of the gen. While locality a want very to small cut majority out a slice in one of rational view of the question. Noth FEBRUARY 16th and 27th 'I" .7

oral prosperity, such shape and size as shall keep the ing will contribute more to the '
:1' 0 growth and development of Florida
divisionists in the. majority and thus
The.last,survivor' of,the force that than a system of good roads. Those '
saddle, upon the whole a very heavy ._______
perished with, Ouster is dead again, additional expense.It people who live in the more remote I

but the'man'who lived to:the-ripe old parts of the country would be bene
is that if Sanford
highly probable
age'of;100, after chewing tobacco all I got ,this chunk of territory cut off fitted by the building up of a systemof Everyone Cordially /

P of his .adult, life, is still with us. good roads even though they do not y .
,just as they ask, they would feel as y
traverse their immediate neighbor
o badly about it afterward as they do r
The people;of Orange county'have hoods. For these main arteries are .
now about the depot, they insisted on
ipi;a.'hot county division-fight. There used by every body, some more, some, 'I .
for so'long. \
was a breeze of a division in Volusia less. But in the main all use these ,

: 1'Jew' 'months ago ,but it was of o principal highways and it makes all I
short duration.-Volusia. County sections of the state more accessible.By MARI I Rim T
-' .l coriL f this means, more new land is
Lucky in soil and lucky in men who .
taken more new homes built,
*, "., 0 know how to till the soil so as,to get up .
The Sentinel.is:getting the delivery the most out of it--=men who do not more taxable property brought into

":' 'boys. organized and 'will get the count' when it comes to show- existance and in time the resourcesof
II Exclusive Parlors
each county will be sufficient to Millinery. /
T routes so laid put that everybody i ing up the good things of that lo ,
build good roads to the outlying dis- -
'I will get their paper., If you are cality. Second Floor ,
tricts. The demand of the hour is
- & missed ,at any time, telephone in wi Sanford did herself proud at the ,
built of durable
good roads ma-
the office. Fair.

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;: Pastors of the, various churches of TAFT o
One turnip sent in to the fair '
Sthe' city will do the ,Sentinel a favor The wisdom of this new neighborto weighed 25 pounds and a cabbage The ladies of the Civic League have Mrs. E. J. Eagor and two daughters, There is a price slashing bee going {
" Vy reporting all ,weddings at which the South each coming to the
year about pounds.. The sweet potatoesand purchased and caused to be placed Misses Sara and Mary and Miss on at Duckworth's shoe store. It's
'they ft eiate'i the doctors can tell Fair with goods from farm and factory '
tomatoes are, splendid as well as around lakes Lucerne and Eola, and Marion Wheelock and Miss Gussa their February Clearance. Shoes of
M about, the births and the under. will help that naturally rich
T takers about the burials., We .want I locality to get the attention it de the carrots, onions)rish potatoes, peppers other public places, garbage cans, foi Darefield, of Chattanooga, Tenn., standard quality are getting the hook
lettuce, celery, and parsley.
f Hems about all events of interest serves. Mr. D. B. Sphaler and J. E. the depositing of papers, orange rinds who are spending the winter at Kis- All makes of known merit are to be
People from our own section are surprised -
o' Tracy with the aid of Mr. Loose are that so many things are raised and lunch scraps which if thrown simmee, motored over to Orlando had at prices that mean good 'money -';

Rev. Chisholm,.pastor of the Chris I doing this good work.A and are stating that they will have a around besides drawing flies, mars the, yesterday and visited the Cathedral savings to wide-awake women and ":

tian church; was,a business visitor in, : good clean' Sunday paper. earlyin garden with the same things in it, also beauty of these pleasant places fat School and were so well pleased with men.

Orlando Wednesday, going up to look the morning' will be a welcome that'they can put up preserves, jellies rest, which are intended for the en- Orlando and the School that they will ;

i liter his large, grove there, but aritaged visitor. to any home in Orlando. Do and pickles as well as any state- joyment of, the public. It is ,to be: winter in this City and put the young Mr. Edwin Beeman, who has been

: the time so as:to devote part you want it? I Io Winter Garden Times. hoped that all persons will aid the la- ladies in school Orlando. will wel spending Fair week in Orlando, will

ef kk stay to seeing the Orange county dies in their efforts to'make Orlandoa come these, young ladies to their return Sunday to DeLand, to resume

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line of Leather that
not more. our Leatheroidand you we can save you
< UMBS for . . . . ...50c .
'; oaer. $2.00 Napkins for .. .. .$1.60 Japanese Straw Suit Cases, money, or give you better quality a
.. : 15c'Towels for ...'. 12c
tM5c' ,Liaeas for . :: . .. .60c $3.00 Napkins for. ... .$2.50 that we are selling very low for the same money, as we
t 25e Towels for ... . . .. .19c
... have no bad debts to make up on
R '$1.00 Linens for . . . .'. .80cr 35c Bath Towels for . . . 35c $4.00 Napkins for .. . . .$3.25
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By'a vote of 35 to 32 the senate de- ]MEETINGS GO INTO NEXT WEEK -
A feated an amendment to the six-year
WADE presidential term amendment that the The Thacker-Fisher: meeting, at the
THE TUNER President and Vice-President be elected ]Presbyterian church, continues to
ORLANDO,' FLA. by direct vote of the people instead -deepen in interest, and at every service A Bare Treat to Lovers of
I of by electoral college. the cards, which are the means
: ,_ 1 that are used for getting the decisions sr
Nice veal at the Parlor Market today ( of the people are signed. '
;,I Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Witherington It There have been great numbers ORIENTAL RUGS 0
of Apoplca, were visitors to the Fairgrounds who have signified their determination C4RPETS, ETC., I

i ,yesterday.. Mr. Thorpe,the new manager of the to.be more active in church work,j ,
j- Grand,Theatre is now in charge. Mr. many who have membership in For Three Days Only at
I v Mr. W. D. Rouse and son, John,.of I Thorpe,is a clean upright young man churches out of Orlando, and who live s
,Maitland, are among the out of town thoroughly competent and will merit here, have signified their purpose to

people visiting Orlando yesterday., the good will and patronage of the identify themselves with the churchof : : ; YOWELL '
L ,- public. their denomination in this city. A .
Miss Lillian Conner has gone to goodly number have signed the card,
,. her home at Tangerine to spend Sunday Col Watkins has a sincere desire to making an open confession of Christas .

f under the parental rook put his magnificent show-house on the Savior. :/ February 24, 25, and 26 ,
P* highest possible business basis and These confessions and professions
Miss Helen Caring, of Kissimmee, .have been for all the denominations Mr. Mural
keep it up to a standard equal to the Dohchian from New York City, with an$18,000.00 assortment of fine
attendant at Cathedral School, will !
!-I r fc an best in the land, by way of entertainment and the meetings have been generalin
i t, spend Sunday at Kissimmee. reaching the people regardless of '
church affiliations. ORIENTAL RUGS AND CARPETS s': '

rd Mrs. .E. A. Mitchell, of Brooklyn, Dr. Thacker announced that, .according > .
|;\ :1(Y., is in Orlando and is pleasantly Mr, J. of C. the Lockhart Empire, state Life representative Insur-- to their custom there wouldbe will have space in Yowell's Store, second floor, for three days only, showing a t.

;,t: located at the Lake-H View. ance Company, of,Jacksonville, is in I Saturday no service for their today Sunday.He as .they took grand Selection of Keshan Kerman, Sarouk, Tebriz, Kurdistan, I

t:c Mr, C.B.Dahin,of Litchfield, Conn., Orlando this week on a visit to his announced three services for Shiraz, China Silk and Antique Persian Silk.
is stopping at the Lake View and brother, Mr. David Lockheart "Jim"has Sunday.At .
,' thinks Orlando the,finest city in the ,lots of friends in this section and 11 a. m., Subject: "Man Essen- Special attention is called to Keshaw Silk Rug on display of the Sultan Abdul 1 Hamet .J

:' ,State. they are pleased to see him. tially Religious." Collection bought Constantinople by Mr Donchian buyers, ,1

1I Veal at the Parlor Market today. Three p. m., service for men and .' and is valued in the market at $5,000.00
Y The Misses Overstreet, of Eustis, It boys: Subject: "What Constitutes a 1

-who:School,are, are attending spending a the few, days Cathedral vacation Miss Kate Vanderpool, of Maitland, Fool"Seven-thirty p. m., Subject: "The! I Sale will be conducted by M. Donchian, and J. Baylarian

} at their home., Insufficiency of Self."
came ,to the 'city on the early train I
t Dr. Thacker was earnest in
yesterday morning, bringing with hera .1
M Olin Dinkle, a Cathedral student, asking the ladies to urge the men and .
supply of literature concerning:
"iVia, spending Saturday and Sunday with birds and their habits for distributionat boys to attend the service Sunday at
parents,and friends at her home town, three p.m. He said that Sunday '
1- ,' the'interesting,booth of the Audu-
Longwood. ought to be a great day for the
: religious -
: bon Society at the ,Fair.
life,of Orlando, and that from i

Among the out-of-town_ 'residents Mrs. W. M. Slemons has as,her his experience in meetings, he felt
attending the Fair yesterday were guest Mrs. Elizabeth Taylor, of Tampa that it would be. He said, while he $.1
b }Irs. Lewis C..OsboHe and children,of! Mrs. Taylor was a resident of i had been all over this country in services -
Zellwood/ ... Orlando for many years and will be and had had great crowds, that Yowell'sSPECIAL I Ir
pleasantly remembered by friends in he had been nowhere,when>all circumstances ; ,
the city. were considered, where the
Mrs. R. S. Davies. and sonMas r attendance had been better than in .
: Robert ,have returned from two
Oralndo. He the
urged to
Veal at the Parlor Market today. people great .
months visit with relatives in Fitz- ,- earnestness for the: salvation of their .a

.. gerald,,Ga. Mr. J. G. Crenshaw, of Atlanta, loved ones in the coming days, and
Georgia, looking over Florida witha said he, "Now that the Fair is,over,
\ Mr. Isaac Levy and pretty little view to buying a large tract of land many who could not help in the work
T- daughter, Miss Esther, are up from for general farming. He went to will join earnestly with us." and
Tampa enjoying the sights at the Fair Big Saturday Monday
and greeting old friends.Mr. Dade county yesterday but will return : -
to Orange county in about two THE FAVORITE THEATRE. .
weeks he is favorably im- :
E.. C. Niver, of Jacksonville, as very Program tonight: :
is in Orlondo for the purpose of open-: presed with it 1. A Country Girl, drama I
ing up'a branch office of the Empire 2. Animated Weekly News. .
'Life Insurance Company Jackson- ,Leave or phone your order to the 3. The Wise One, comic.
ville. Parlor Market for choice veal. Phone On account of the Fair the theatre
4' 80. Pine street It will not open for matinee until d

Mrs. J.:,'P. Jones, of Birmingham, Mr. T.. L Arnold, a former residentof o'clock today. .
I s Ala., is in the city this week the guest Orlando, who has for several days '
If of Mrs..J., L. Feinberg.Mr. been the guest of Mr. and Mrs. H. Go to the ,
H. Dickson, at their-''pretty home on LUCERNE THEATRE -
.W. S. Branch had the front win- South Orange. avenue, left yesterday Motion pictures of the highest quality
dow to his store dressed an especially morning for his home in Ocala. Mrs. PROGRAM TODAY-Five Cracker-
attractive manner yesterday. Orange Arnold, known as "Miss Paulne" to jack Reels, featuring"Its While the six hundred
I Never yards last
I county colors, predominating. a host of devoted friends who were at Too Late to Mend"A ,
one time her pupils 'in the High sensational drama in 2 reels I
Mr. and Mrs.'Thomas Wilmouth of School, will remain in the city until Edison this beautiful quality Crepe, full 29 i _
Providence R. L., are in the city fora the'end of the week. "The: Mutiny and the Compnneher"
month's rest and'reere&tion and are A farce comedy finches wide, in white only, plain, or I
stopping at the New Lucerne. Patronize Sentinel advertizers.

"Prompted Drama By, Selig Jealousy with small, medium or wide stripe.

"Farming By, Dynamite" This material
requires and
no ironing
Today is your last chance to see

.You are cordially invited to attend, 'ourSpring this,Admission wonderful 5 and Educational 10 cents.picture. is regularly sold at 20c._ and 25c.,, for ''r

I Tailoring Opening Matinee 3:30 to 5 p. 'm.
C Night 7 to 10 p. m. I. 1 (
held b1 THE TWO 1

Rev. Richmond Fiske, D. D.., minister
., Unitarian church at Ayer, < : I .
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: 4'' -Merchant Tailors Mass., and his daughter, Mrs. But- .
; 4 terfield were visitors in Orlando yes- ,
:1<...:' terday. Dr. Fiske is spending the
,'?;;): .. ,f Baltimore ,' winter at Sorento. f

the Line in America Backed By
Dvplayiaf .
;: The rivalry of the -
express companies
1t ,Real, Merchant Tailoring:: will disclose the faults of theI I Come in and let us show you the new y

; parcel post system and enable Congress '
s Tkek BepreMatative will be with us to take measures to remedy the defects. It things for
,- sometimes does'the government goodto Spring.
,''a February 19 and 20th have a little competition.The .

o -f'

z ''I the, Cunnty numerous Fair trades were all displays so sred-at THE BIG WHITE STOREf

tRlII G & nl K nN itable that, each deserves a special
F story, but time and space prevent rX wf

.' .- ,anything, like, a description- that ON, :ORANGE AYE 4
.. would' ,do fulljustice to them. They .
"'\ all attracted thousands of visitors .
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.. f and were greatly admired., : ., .
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Y lfrESTOCX AND .HOBSBB' r first. andtWo_,seconds, white, Orping-. RESOLUTIONS ON DEATH
r, f'f' ons. WALTER A. SMITH. .

..., : - j At a meeting of the Board of Directors
Following is the Utt of awards made of the State Bank of Orlando held
H to date in the: department,,of PRIZE WINNERS -, DOMESTIC:
'public. on February .,19" 1913, the following
I : "_" ,live stock, ;and ,horses DEPARTMENTBest resolutions were unanimously adopted -

Best' saddle; stallion, ,3 'years; 'Jas. : '

:x L .Giles, first;,S.;a.'Self, second., layer chocolate ,cake, ,Mrs. 'S. Whereas, It has pleased the great When You Pay What a Thing is Worth
Ives Jr.
Sett Heifer under 3 second ,
years; and all-wise Creator, to remove from
W."F. Armstrong. Best loaf chocolate cake, Mrs. A.B. the scene of, earthly labor and to deliver -

3 j ::Best boar over .i-'Yeaf; first L A. Whitman. cake Madeline from long and distressing illness You Get the Worth of Your Money
Best cocoanut Miss
Stacey. Walter A. Smith, for seventeen
1 Best'draft horse; first D. B.,Spah- Allen. years connected with this Bank as
' Best molasses cake Mrs. F. T. iiU
ler. ,
Cashier, Director, and at the time of
; Best, gelding, ::2 years 8 months; Scruggs. his death Second Vice-President.

first D.! I;. S1iatT 1". ',' Best angel food, Mrs. Sarah Pond. Therefore be it *

.Besteolt ,:under 1 year; second J. Best cookies, Miss Mary' Holt Resolved That by the'death of Mr.

L. Guernsey., Best tea cakes, ,Mrs. S. E. Ives, Jr. Smith, this Bank has lost a fathful, ;
: and under 2 Best whole'wheat bread, Mrs. Sarah "- ':1'
Best 'eoltoverl ; :
y year affable and prudent officer; each member A
good buy 'means .more getting something at a
first B, J.,.Overstreet, Pond of the Board has lost a valued
,Best fast. steer 3' years or over; Best salt rising bread, Mrs. M. B. friend and the community has lost a cheap price., After all it is nothing but getting jour;

first, J. D. Prescott. Pratt citizen whose upright character, good money's worth.
.; Best bull 3 ,years and over; first, Best white bread, Mrs.. T. 0. Brown. judgement, patience and kindly disposition -

D.'J.Prescott. Best,brown,bread, Mrs, Sarah Pond. made his life one of useful-

:; 'Best' fat, hog any age; first, Dan Best light rolls,.Sarah Pond. ness .and a model to all whose privi- ''' ; ; ; f
Prescott. Best mince pie, Mrs. S. E. Ives,.Jr. lege it was to enjoy his acquaintance. : 40 Quality means cost, but everybody knows the better the

' Best,sow over 1 year old; first Dan Best lemon pie, Mrs. S. E. Ives, Jr. Resolved, That these resolutions be ',- quality the greater the durability. And it is durability F
Prescott Best lemon pie, Mrs. S..E. Ives, Jr.
published in the public journals and .
finally decides the net cost of
a purchase.
w Best'sow with'suckling brood; first, Best apple pie, Mrs. S. E. Ives, Jr.: that .a copy of them be sent to his .

; Dan :Prescott Best biscuit, Mrs. S. E. Ives, Jr., family. LOUIS C. MASSEY,
Best pen of six pigs under 6- mos. Best exhibit home cooking, Miss S. WATERS HOWE, President. '.c!'

old; first Dan Prescott. Mary Holt Cashier.BUSINESS I < We have. experts continually on guard in our shops to I i "T

Best,Jersey cow '3 ''years' old; sec- Best grape jelly, Mrs. S. Belch. : see that you get your money's- worth. They inspect every v
ond J. M. Lancaster, Best catley guava. jelly, Mrs. J. A. BOOSTERS
Best bull calf under 1 year old; Lane. CLASSIFIED nut, screw, every single part that goes into Buick manufacture -

., second, J. M. Lancaster. Best guava jelly other than catley, tisements Business) Boosters received after(classified 10 o'clock adver- If the quality is off grade, they scrap it. If the

K: Colt (mare) 1 year ,and under 2; Mrs. J. A. Trovillion. midnight will be run in the "Too Lateto workmanship is off a hair's breadth, they scrap it. It
first J. C. Hull.. Best orange jelly, Mrs. J. A. Trovil- Classify" column.

;; : y Best gelding 2 years and under 3; lion. Boosters of five lines, or less-approximately costs us thousands of dollars a year in salaries alone, to

first F. Eble. Best plum jelly, Mrs. H. H. Wither- 30 mords-one time, 25 of the loss 1
cents; three times 50 cents; one week say nothing represented in the material dis
Best hider under 1 year; first J. ington. (six daily and one weekly editions)
carded. That's the we spend for the Buick 0. K. $
P. Musselwhite. Best peach jelly Mrs. a F. Mc- $1.00; one month, $3.00. money

Best stallion 3 years and over; sec Quaig.
> ond; J. L Hill Best strawberry jelly. Miss Lizzie FOR three SALE-80 miles west acres of Taft.of good 20 acres land

Best stallion 3 years and over; first, Mathews. cleared and in cultivation. Good The famous Buick overhead valve motor is guaranteed

R. B. Lynch., Best blackberry jelly, Mrs. A. T. buildings. Price $30 per acre. Ad-
to have and than other
dress P. B., care SentinelKELLER'S ". more power more speed any type
Best mare ,3 ,years and over; first McCulloch.
R.. I B. Lynch. Best grapefruit jelly, Mrs. C. F. Staffords, Arnolds, Inks, of motor on the market. It will pull stronger on low grade

e3 Best,mare colt-under 1, year; first McQuaig.Best. Curtis & O'Neal, Next Po toffice. gasoline than any other type of'motor ever,built and the
exhibit jellies, Mrs. A. T. Mc
R. B. 'Lynch.Best
FOR SALE or rent-The best farm in fuel consumption is less. j < N-
mare 3 years and .over: first, Culloch. build-
Orange County. Magnificent
R., B. 'Lynch. Best grapefruit marmalade, Miss ings, fruits of all kinds. Pleasant

Best boar under 1.year,.first, R.. B. Lizzie Mathews. place and good land. Address Van.
Lynch., Best orange marmalade, Mrs. W. M. care Sentinel. I

Best sow under 1 year;" first, R. B. Slemons. THE BEST, LAKE FRONT lots in
.! Lynch. Best huckleberry jam, Miss Lizzie Orlando are at Schumann Heights.I | ROADSTERS AND TOURING CARS, $950 TO $1650, F.O.B. ORLANDO
Best pen boar, and 2 sows any age; Hathews. have six for sale. Carl Jensen.A .

first; R. B. Lynch. Best blackberry jam, Mrs. C. M. NICE' LITTLE COTTAGE of four f

Best fat hog ,under 1 year.; first, Tiche or. rooms in Highland Grove Subdi-
R. B. Lynch., 'I ,Best gauva jam, Mrs. J. A. P. Lane. vision,to Orlando. Price $700. Easy

Best bull 2 years and under .3,, first, Best peach preserves, Mrs. S. Belch. terms. S. Sentinel.

z Giles & Beeman. Best pineapple preserves. Miss Kena BUY a lot in Thornton Park, a nice Cook Automobile Co.
Jersey heifer 1. year to 3 years; Fries. suburb in east part of the city. Carl

first, Mrs. John E. Ensign. Best guava preserves, Miss Lizzie Jensen., .
heifer 1 second Mrs. Mathews. Florida
Jersey year; A ,
FOR SALE-40 acres of fine land in
: John- E; Ensign.Poultry. .. Best, loquat preserves,. Miss Kena i Volusia County, near station and
';:Department Fries. fine lake; $500: Terms. J. B. McKay,

.Following*is"thelist of awards in Best watermelon preserves, Mrs. A. city.

ft the s:'poultry I Belch; two department firsts .and: two sec- T.Best McCulloch.fig preserves, Mrs. C. F. Mc WANTED-First oft taking Class faremanship.Printer, En-capable , ::: ::::: : :;:: :::::: : : :::::,:,::::,:::: - ,

onds, white crested black Polish Quaig. quire at this office.

Y chickens. Best strawberry preserves, Miss FOUND-That the Sentinel reaches I .........'........'.......f@R@ ........

?,;._,' Mrs. John E., Ensign, Orlando, one Lizzie Mathews. Mis. Lizzie the people and is read. w.A. Slaughter. G.G.WrightA.D. | CHAS. LORD J. tf. BRADSHAW Ii
first and one second white Plymouth, Best crystalized figs,
FOR SALE-New seven room house .

i' Rock.A. Y.' Fuller, Orlando, five firsts and Mathews.Best', crystalized kumquats. Miss respects.Seven rooms Lot and 75x200.bath. Modern Price $2850.in all SLAUTER WrightTHE MFG. CO. i Lord & Bradshaw ; I

second, black.Minonans.: Lizzie Mathews. Terms. Address owner, care Sentinell.FOR'SALE5

C. W. Hendry, Orlando, one first Best,*crystalized grapefruit straws, Special Manifold Soil, Pipe | We wish to announce to our friends, and the public generally, IU =
with five
% acres -room
i and one second; white Wyandottes, Miss Lizzie Mathews.. house railroad only few hundred Fittings. that we have formed a partnership under the ]
,and:Indian Runner ducks. Best orange straws, Miss Lizzie feet from stopping place. Plenty of Foundry and Shipping Point: I .
Code Hill, Lockhart, three firsts.and :Mathews. shade and small shrubbery. Ten to Orlando, Fla. i I above firm name, for a general f

.one second, pit games and Indian Best canned peaches, Mrs. Chas. twelve bearing orange trees, pears andChattanooga 1 1 ,
other small fruits. Good hunting I
,gunner ducks Lee., and fishing, and especially suitedto Tenn. 1 Real Estate and Insurance I'
z WalterJurgensen? Orlando, seven Best canned plums, Miss Kena Fries those who come to Florida for the I E ..

'firsts',,' nd',one second, Rhode Island Best,canned pears, Mrs., Chas. Lee. winter and like the country life with .... ,- | business and are centrally located in a ground floor office at No. j
Miss Kena access to town. J. P. Perkins,
Indian Runner Best canned blackberries, easy
i Wyandottes,
Reds' E
a ducks and geese.Lakemont Fries. Orlando, Fla. General Delivery. 111 8. Orange Avenue, (formerly occupied by Hamilton & Dunn II

:, Poultry Farm, Winter Best canned pineapple, Miss Kena WANTED-To rent a piano till first
: Millinery), where we will be pleased to meet all our old friends |
Garden nine firsts and eight seconds, Fries. of April, must be in good working' Barylarian'sOriental B g

,Rhode Island Reds, Brown Leghorns, Best canned catley ,guava, Mrs. C. order..' Piano, care of Sentinel ArtStoreLatest I and to make new ones. II

and Indian Runner ducks. H. Hoffner. FOR SALE-New seven room resi-
James Lauglin, Jr., ,Zellwood, two Best canned guava other than cat- denee. Bargain if taken before March I Our list of city andacreage property is surpassed by non, I 4

firsts and one second, Rhode Island i ley, Mrs. W. L. Westcott:' . 1st E.,H. Gore, 11 Gore, Ave. 2-18-6t Designs and Pat- I
.; tomato Mrs S. Belch. ;; and we have some exceptional bargains. COME AND SEE Us.
Best canned terns in Oriental Goods
Reds. ROOMS Corner Hughey and Core I Ii
r. R. B..; Lynch, Sanford, two firsts and Best exhibit canned vegetables, Miss Streets, first or second story. Mrs. Expert Tailoring for -
. one second, white Minorca, and Mus- Kena .Fries. F. S. Hall d3t. Ladies and Gentlemen i Lord & Bradshaw ,
Best cucumber pickles. Mrs. F.
covey ducks.J. sour OAK HILL is the beautiful.sub-divis- Progress Laundry for ,
; E. Moorman, Maitland, two firm W. Sheppherd.. ion'to,the'Northeast of the'city andI White Folks Only 117 S. ORANGE AVE. ORLANDO, FLA. I
Best sweet cucumber pickles, Mrs. still have choice lots there .
and one second,pit game: Carl Jensen. some .. Sts. I.... _, ......................:_....i
J. D., Prescott, Orlando, two firsts, W. M Slemons. Cor. Church and Court ,

barred Plymouth Rocks. Best sweet green tomato' ?,pickles; WANTED-Man and wife to take II! -- .

D. W. Preseott..Taft, one first and Mrs. W. F. Armstrong charge of place for one year on
one second, turkeys and pea fowl. Best sour'green tomato pickles, Mrs.C. shares. Good grove and land suitableto SIGN PAINTING i I
first and M. Tichenor. '! raise crops. Write or call in per-
John Quina, Orlando, one
son. Mrs. S. M. Blanchard, Alta- Jack Preston will paint your
one second, white Angora rabbits.D. Best peach pickles--,--, Miss, Lizzie monte,Springs, ,Fla.' sign on short notice. Good work. The Little Tea Room
M. Rudd,Orlando, nine firsts and Mathews. 14-6t
six seconds buff mottled Best mustard pickles, Miss Unie ROUEN DUCK EGGS for sale. Apply No. 10 Washington, street
Leghorns, Box, 705, City. 105 E. Pine Street, Orlando, Fla.
white ducks Ives.
Anconas, Indian Runner .
and China geese. Best watermelon pickles, Miss Lizzie WANTED--Clean Cotton Rags the -
t a a a a a t a a a a
C.;R. Simpson,:Orlando, one second, MathewS ,Sentinel Office. .. "AN EXCLUSIVE SHOP FOR LADIES"
'Best mixed pickles Mrs. S. E. Ives, ,
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pit gameLC. I ,
M. Tichenor, Orlando,three firsts' Sr. i THE MOST COMPLETE and perfect.
and second Silver Lake Wyan-' Best pepper relish pickles, Mrs.. S. I' ly made' line of Boys Washable a Ont HAND WORK. EMBROIDERIES, STAMPED
one < Suits south of Jacksonville. Ages 5 3 WAISTS, DRESS MATERIALS GOODS. ORDERS.TAKEN FOR HOME-
dottes. E. Ives Sr.
to 10. Newest.models and patterns.If EMBROIDER CAKES CANDIES JELLIES. ,
William Smith, Orlando, two firsts' Best chow chow pickles., Miss Lizzie. not under:New York prices you'll ? LACES; : MADE ,
and one second, Wyandottes.Geo. . >Mathews. i not be urged to buy. Let me show IBS, NECKWEAR AND HOSa ALSO CUT FLOWERS s
: exhibit canned fruits, I you. J. C. Anno, The Boys Clothier, IERYHandkerchief e 1
W. Wright, ,Orlando, three Best vegetables Orlando. 2-18-13-4t DAINT YREFRESHMENTS SERVED TO ORDER
i' first, Buff: Cochin. preserves and jellies, Mrs. S. SpecialsReadytoWear
Seth Woodruff, Orlando, three firsts J, T. Seegar. A good carpenter wants work. and Panama e' Agency for j

i4 = ,and three seconds, turkeys, pea fowl' Best tomato catsup, Mrs. H. H.Witherington. Screen work a .specialty. Genera -Hats SPIRELL.tCOR8E'l'S "
repair work done .with neatness and MISSES HAMILTON & '
' and black,Minorca fowl ;
r dispatch. Give Inc trial.Leave or-
: 4 Marian.Freeman, Orlando, one first Best mince meat, Mrs. S. E. Ives. ders at SentinelFURNISHED a DUNN' MRS. VAN BUSKIRK, .Corsetiere

and one, second, pigeons. Best two pounds butter, Mrs.; Henry a OrlandoFlorida* I

; Sidney'P. Newell, Orlando, one first Parry. ROOMS to rent-Apply.
'416 N. Ave: a. a a a a a e a. i
,; and one second, guinea pigs. Best grape juice, Mrs. S. J. T. See-: I .
,' Prescott Orlando first, I '
'J. D. one gar
Go to & Cox's Lunch Counter
cheese 'Mrs. W.: L..: i, Pope
Best, cottage ,
' : squirrels. No. 1 E. Pine St. for something good BRIGHAM & HILL
Louie Weeks, Orlando, two firsts, VI.estco, t..,,"" i to eat. 12t L I Mustard
guinea, fowl Best dressing. Mrs S. E. Ives, ,,
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3'-.c Miss Anna Jones: Orlando, one firs Jr. I LOST-Somewhere. no Court street, of .
and one second, buff Cochin bantams. Best home,made,candy,.Miss,Mary I 'a small chain purse. with some ,TIE :. -,.,.. NEWSAGENTS }
Miss Frances :Jones, Orlando; one Holt small change. Return toMiss Hope ,
Starbuck and receive reward. Manicure Pedicure, Shampoo,
first and two.seconds,'white Orphing -

ton and,bantams. Phone 635, Sightler Bros., for groceries WANTED-dean Cotton Raft the Fae_and Scalp Massage. Orlando Stationery, Souvenir and Curio Store "
t James Stewart Edwards, Zellwood, 18 Church! '
Prompt delivery. Sentinel 0Iice.I Parlor orerlHckaoa ft Ires store
two rab bantams and.white.Cochins. I sad'Central
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,i t$ The: semi-mo thtl meeting. of the !:

"tOrkndojCity Council 'was held last .
\. '}.fnight,presided over by President Wflf I '.
r liam:Smith, lad,the following aldermen : : CLEANLINESS MARKET
.f-,.. present:. : THE MABKRT: ... .r",
:. .i J. ,T.. Seegar'J. B.,'Walker, W. B. I OF QUALITYREAR
!!;;Sims'R., '.Holland; ,' J., W.. Jackson, : -'.': :;. '; A

.:" -W?" ; P. Gwynne. Others present were My Spring line of Men and : ,:. J.:';. :'. :" ';i... ," .
CitY' Engineer;' .Ramsey, George .
i Wright' in.charge of weights and Boys Straw Hats in all the .

.J. "measures. l newest shapes. Nice line of .
1. Owen McIntosh addressed the council i
f >*:, -on .the. necessity for a sanitary Panamas for $5. My spring LEND US

i plumbing inspector, urging that all Trouser line is now complete
t receive
houses should- proper inspecon. I.
:" in all new shades. 0
t W A. Slaughter also addressed the a .
{ council on the necessity for a plumbing .
'J. George Wright read communications : YOUR PATRONAGE HAS ENABLED US TO MAKE GREAT
; preparatory Clark Mertson. I f
: weights and measures appliances. I
\ Same! was referred purchasing com-
: 'mittee. THE PERFECT
t. On motion, Banner Brothers bitwas Successor to Jerome Palmer & Co.

.. accepted for placing the new
.bridge, over the creek near JonesTown .
t" On motion the grade as established .
;. ange ave., was approved.On .
motion the matter of putting in:
,a new ,bridge on cemetery road wasJo DO IT

referred power to to have the same street built committee with I Best Meats, Poultry and Game

On motion of Alderman Gwynne the If you.have property to sell

chase fire committee a pair of was fire; instructed horses and to pur-two Let Jim do it. i Satisfactory. Accurate Service i

; :hose wagons. 'Alderman Walker and
Seegar voted against the team 'pur- If you want to
On motion Superintendent Bennettwas PURCHASES DELIVERED WHEN YOU WANT THEM
1.,. instructed.. to get estimates of.
City and Country Properties Farm
f cost for bricking Lucerne Circle and ,

,the remainder of Orange avenue to Lands Groves and Tracts
'. Look Over this List.of
. the stand pipe. SpecialtiesPERFECTION
'On motion of Alderman Sims an
ordinance ;was ordered drawn creating Twenty acres, 10 acres of which is in bearing orange
a plumbing and sanitary inspector, grove, and balance of 10 acres in timber' .land, five-room ALL-PORK SAUSAGE CHOICE GRAIN FED POULTRY
the same to be reported back to the cottage, located three miles from city, price 300000. ALL VARIETIES OF CHOICE MEATS CHOICE DUCKS AND GOSLINGS
council at the next meeting. Twenty-five acres, 10 acres of bearing 'grove, 600 SELECT OYSTERS FRESH'FISH ;$r -
Alderman Walker_ suggested that : trees, five-room house and barn, located on lake front,
,all houses be properly numbered, En four miles from'city, price $4,000.00. r
gineer Ramsey says to have the work : Thirty acres,, 15 acres in grove, 1000 trees/.15 acres
t 'systematically attended to : of fine farm and vegetable land located on lake front,
Ordinance commitlee was instructed : four and half miles from city, price 500000. Parlor MarketH.

to draft ordinance raising,the bond of I Forty acres of virgin pine timber land of fine fruit and
the City Treasurer to $10,000. : vegetable land fronting on Lake Conway, four miles from

On motion of Alderman Walker, : city, price $2,000.00.Twenty ,
seconded. by ,Alderman ,Gwynne, Wasters acres of lake front land near city suitable for
Howe was appointed Teasurerto sub-division. Price $3,800.00. OJ. I

fill out the unexpired term of Mr. Forty-five acres, five acres in bearing orange grove, M. SELF & CO.No. S w. ; ;
'Walter. Smith, deceased. small house and barn, located at Conway, five miles from .

Street lights ',at corner of Palmer city, price 150000. 18 20 East Pine Street. PHONE NO. 80 \
\, ,and Daniel ,streets petitioned. for 'bj Five acres with cottage near cjty, price $1,500.00 I i..F
y the citizens in 'the' vicinity, :was. rejferred'to Three and one-half acres with twelve-room house.located .
'committee on :water and near city price $1,500.00. ,
a llight. 'Twenty acres'with bearing grove of, 300 trees, small
Citizens' petition ;asking for ira house and barn, price.$2,800.00 rI

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Central avenue was'referred to street AVENUEMMIIIIMIHIMIMIMiltlMIIMMIMMtttllimiltf _

City Marshal:was instructed to .
lave the railroads put in suitable.

""bond crossings Council OAKLAND trustees where adjourned next needed NEWS Thursday..to meet,NOTES. with night.the THE NEVT, CASH A STORE :i JRL1NDQ BANK At TRUST I COMPANY r ,

By Grace Marther' Smith' Capital and Surplus and Undivided Profits $120,000.00.
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Harold Henschen was home for a
Cor. South and Hughey Sts.
weekend. S Total Resources over Three-quarters of a Million. !
Mrs Will McKinnon has returned WE. BUY FOR CASH AND SELL FOR CASH. WE Report of the !
Condition of Orlando'rS.S.S
home after a visit with her mother. KEEP OUR EXPENSES DOWN AND CONSEQUENTLY : _.
CAN KEEP OUR PRICES DOWN , S S Bank and Trust Co., Condensed 1

There were two ,birthdays in the From Report to Comptroller
Tennent household. Miss Annie West'swas Our Prone No. is t Feb. 4,1913RESOURCES J
celebrated by' a fish fry on the u'4& '; i
lake, and Geo. Tennent's by a quiet And an Order will Have Prompt Attention, and will be
Loans and Discounts ..... 'i
I'dinner.' Delivered to Any Part of the City.D. ..............$393,161.05Overdarfts 193.53 ...

Stocks and Bonds .......
The South' Lake :Apopka exhibit is B. RAYBON, Proprietor ORLANDO, FLA. r 26,018.33Real _
a Estate, Furniture andS "
F, the best of 'any ,kind and ,the most M Fixtures ... .......... 25,853.44 ..
original and comprehensive,has : Cash on hand and in Banks 215,08183
ever been shown, so says Pres. Dick- r rj 1
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son,Vice Pres. O'Neal and Secretary rojgjgigpjBjjipigiglgjglgpifaE _
1660,311.18 4f
The is due to ;
Hugh Allen. success E
one in this community doing his E LIABILITIES !
very every best and every one must take his InsuranceBest I .1 Capital Stock ..........;100000.00 I
share of glory.. Surplus and Undivided
own -' Profits' ... ........... 22,832.33 J..,.

will be the of Deposits ... ............ 537,418.85Giftei
B. Cooley, guest Companies .. "fl.
Messrs. Cooley,Petris and Willis. We
are glad to welcome Mr.Cooley as'he :,j Lowest Rates 1660,311.18 : '

made many warm friends on his last We invite the attention of our customers i i-
visit here. II-Ii'. Cooley has his new : i Honest Losses Promptly and friends to our statement
1913 Reo with him though we are 'above and wish to assure them that
1 sorry to .announce it was run into bya Adjusted and PaidS.7Way we appreciate their patronage and ,
car in the parade and sustainedsome ask for a continuance of same. .
damage. The ,accident was t Don't forget that our deposits are .
caused by someone stpping short in insured.A '-

., front of him. We are glad to say that I cordial invitation is extended to I .
no one'was hurt. visitors in our dty to call and open

I Strtes Gevemeit,Slate and City......,. an account.with us. 'I"
We hope every one will be able toI
Phone 172. 23 South Orange Ave. I
get in to the fair. People from all L .I
over the.country speak,of the "vege- \ IT--- ;:::: OtllllO .

.f table' fountain." It is *: _screaming I j. ,
success and every vegetable, khown IMIillHIIMIMIMMM
'is shown upon it The'fish caught.by UNDERTAKER pgdR l ERtiS J. B. McKAY
Mr. Wait created a great sensation, CONTRACTOR AND
: but they had to be moved until the The ARTISTIC'PICTURE
FRAMER of Orlando Oscar-.Rand.- DRUGS PHONE'D'eL'ANE.Y' BUILDER.
f glass cases could be fixed so the water Superintend All Work.

would run ,through. them. The ice PINe REerr. DRUG Prices That Are.art
''from the Winter ,Garden Ice Co. is '& .San'Suceessori Inducement

,* certainly great;' people marvel at the / to' E. Hind ,All I Work uarante d.
,ice keeping so,well It was'suggested Illllllll MMIH l COMPANY

"by: ,several that,Mr. ,Hurley'')applyOrlando 'SEE, SLAUTER'S. NEW .FULL LINE OF COM -------. .-...-'-. -.- .
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ice. Mr. FRANK' 'HYER'SMinufactarer ) .
(i 'Hurley would'give a sunny smile:and of Artificial When, you"get through reading the
:Immediately"-,vmish in the 'crowds.' SOIL PIPE CONNECTION \ Stone, Fancy Columns and, -: = ; : : ng.' ,, Sentinel;_man it ,to some friend or
Winter- Garden. Times.WANTHcUifcott, .;, :Ornamental Work ', "lr. /Mi"jJ8 ti: Phae.67L acquaintance at,a distance. Very. of.
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Never could there be known a 'parade .
r. : to start on time but the SouthLake .i i . "
} ,Apopka cars started on time to .
Haft 'd Merest to WMKBnLBTBONB the minute. All of the cars were . .
beautifully decorated. Mrs. Mather I / .' ,-" '
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s' Smith's car lead the parade. Her , '
Ofte*.'Nuker J4 Rafae.es Ni"Wr, W8TBCIAL large car was a May pole effect,.each :' -, I ,. ._ .
in the carried white
s one car a para : .' :'
'.NOTICK-NotiCTt ,for the Social and ,Woman's Department can bifflmf sol with orange chrysanthemums, the ,
.fcffaJ to,die Society Editor by cither of the abort telephones Hail .. .
written.aoticM to the Society Editor, 'eare SentineL Notice of wdal functions other, a wagonette, with several children , '
,ilub nmitlnn cborcft gathering and other item of social interest sho.ldbe' dressed in white and yellow.
telephoned to tUs department as soon" u they ocean' in order that their news James 'Saddler also had two cars.
Tttoe.be'not impaired. Calvin Sadler drove one artistically ,
decroated in bunting. Will Tilden'scar SATURDAY WASHINGTON'S: BIRTHDAY

was draped with bunting and Our Banking Rooms will be closed, but
TAGS FOR EVERYBODY. I GOOD ROADS flowers. His family were dressed in

yellow and ,white. Mr., Dillard's car '
Today is'the. anniversary of Washington's I ,Hon. F. L Stringer, State Senator lad the parasol effect, which was '
birthday, and the ladies of the of Hernando county, will introduce at very,clever and attracted much atten- For Your
Civic League are to celebrate by "tag I the next session of the legislature a tion. In his car were Miss Dillard and ,
ging" each person, venturing on the bill'to bond the State of Florida for some charming lady guests. Mrs. Ji'
streets.:The Civic League has already the'sum of $50,000,000 for the purposeof Grey's car from Ocoee was stunning. Accommodation
done ,much. good' in Orlando and de-I I building brick-paved: highways from Dudley Wilson drove, dressed in ,
serves the support of every citizen. I Jacksonville' to Tampa, Miami and white, and I the car was filled with
Pensacola. This proposition has already with big yellow bows and '
pretty girls '
booth around the
FOR AN OPERA. ,.; our ; "just
A FORTUNE. I been endorsed by many promi- white dresses. . ,
$30,000.00 THE PRIZE I nent men throughout the State, such ': "
The cars assembled in Ocoee, and corner, in the main exhibi-
;- OFFERED. at Hon. Braxton Beacham, of Orlando, were ,stopped to have some snapshots .' ';
} and Hon. Robert L. Anderson, of taken. Just as the motors bition building, at the Fair,
A dispatch from Memphis, Tenn., Ocala, and has been heartily endorsed were cranked Mrs. Grey's car ,turned '
states that Mrs'Jason Walker, of that by the Tampa Board of'Trade, which the corner with Mrs. Grey standing on will be open from 9 a.m. till

city, chairman of the music committeeof t organization has requested their,Senator the running board. In order not to 5 where shall be
,the National' ,Federation of Musical t and Representatives in the Legislature delay the parade she stepped off the p.m., we
Clubs, has received an' announcementfrom to give the proposition their .
car while it was in motion and was pleased to serve you as yournecessities
Mrs. J.- E. Kenney, president of hearty,support. dashed to the ground. Many ran to .
,the organization, tothe effect that the I Scarcely a day goes by but, what her aid but she was very brave and may require.I .
citizens of Los Angeles, .CaL, nave i some proposition for the good of Flor- would not let the parade be delayed
t_ awarded the sum of $30,000 to be ida is heard, but in our opinion, thisis Mr. and Mrs. Grey and Dudley Wile
awarded ,the composer ,of a prize opera -I one of the most sane and sensible , son were certainly enthusiastic over
This must be, distinctly propositions that has ever been offered , .
the exhibition and worked hard with
,jean and is to, be staged in Amer-I for the benefit of the State. Mrs. Griffin to make the Ocoee exhibit [ PEOPLES[ NATIONAL L BANK K
: 'geles'during the Panama- Florida is destined to become one: beautiful, which they did most
:- position'in 1915., Many attempts have,of the greatest of the great states in l successfully.More .
been,made to write American opera, this United Kingdom and one thing cars would have been deco-
but so far only one or two composers!I she must have is good roads.,WhethelI rated but the supply of bunting, both ,
have met with success,. and the outcome 1'I they are built now or some time ir I in Winter Garden and Orlando, ran
of this contest, which is under I 1 I the future, they are bound to com! out. The following were in .the pa- .. '
,the supervision of the American Music .,,and we may as well have them no\\r rade with cars artistically decorated: : '; : ', : 'i. "
'Committee, will be watched with i'I as any time. There is no questicr l''Messrs. R. L Smith, Hurley, McKiDI : '. :.
2 'much,interest i l[but that the roads in this state are' !non, C. Tilden, G. T. Smith, Gregory, .
I[ serious ,drawback and anything tha!tf Story, Newton, Dodd & Ewell, Maur-
RACES TODAY :is a drawback to Florida must be rem. ice, Cooley, Davis, Roper, Hull, Vin- .
--:- j jFint' [I|edied. The eyes of the entire country ring, Anderson Bros., Minor, Jones,
Race, 218 Class Trot or Pace i:(are focused on Florida now and ',h }. 1. Elwood,,D.: B. G., C. M. Hand. 2.i majority of the people who come hen. e Times.
z. Tom Riley, B.G., 'W. M. Igou, '3.1:I from parts of the country where th s I' I

,Prince,, Patchen, B.G., W F. Pierce.;roads are of the best ,TOMORROW AT THE CHURCHESr
'4. Carrie Woodnut, R.M.. Ed. Carr -'J[ Many tourists do not bring thei:r ___
jnichaeL 6.:, ,Gertrude Route, B. S., automobiles with them to Florida o Unitarian church, corner Central I
W. W. ,Plumer. 6.0Polly G., B.M., account of the bad condition of ou:r avenue and West street, Rev. Eleanor
V. J. Ortogus. 7. HaL. Pulaski, .sG.,f roads and such condition must not exist .I E. Gordon minister.

D. G. Milton. J but must be remedied. Subject of morning sermon: "The
',Special, Pacing, Maude W., B.M., We are in hearty accord with th e< Law of .Life."
Mi R.. Williams. Duchess Hall, B.M., following from a resolution adopts 1 Sunday School at 10 o'clock. {
r Wm. Bearly Ephriam Toodles, B.S.,by the Board of Trade, of Tampa, i ii Unity Circle on Wednesday after- X
Will Igo. Little Hal,. S.S., D. Lock..regard to the $50,000,000 appropria. noon at 3 o'clock. Paper by Mrs.C. .
hart t Lion: Groninger Gore on "Mary Liver-
Special running races including one : "Such a great improvement woul<1 I more."
fourth'mile dash. I mean inestimable benefits to th a visiting friends are most cordially fAll -

< r. i State of Florida, giving it precedentas a invited to these services.
v CITY COUNCIL AWAKE TO' THENEED ,a good roads State and facilitat
OF BETTER STREETSThe [ing every line of business and indus- Methodist.

; try within its boundaries, and ough t Rev. Dr. J.' E. Wray. Are j9mming and, packing our
City Council through its street : to be supported and advocated by all Sunday School 9:45, C. E. Howard,
and sidewalk committees are en. public spirited citizens."
deavoring to get hold of better ma-i j i superintendent Preaching by the pastor at 11:00. store, now taking advantage of the
terials for building streets. Clay has .
BIRTH Subject: "Workers Together
proven of,but passing value and is DAY-CANTON, 0., VS. OR. God."' Anthem by the choir. Solo great Shoe Sacrifice as shown byRod ,
proving less so every day under the" LANDO, FLA. by Mr. Walter Drennen.
;r ,jpcreasing automobile traffic of this t Epworth League at 6:30, H. A. '{

1 age. I In ,Chinese CanTON or Kwang'. loffner, president
' : f Crushed stone, brick or shell must chow-fu. In English, CANton am d Preaching by the pastor at 7:30.
be resorted to. t placed in Ohio. Willie Anderson am d Subject: "How God Calls, Men." The Prices
President Willie Taft have both played :- Anthem by the choir. Male quar Tag
THOUGHTLESS ','BOYS CAUSE, golf in the State of Ohio, bu.t tette.
ACCIDENT .' neither one has ever played in Cantor L ,Mid-week prayer meeting Wednesday
'. President James Garfield, was born i D at 7:30 p. m.
Walter Conboy a lad eleven years Cuyahoga county Ohio, and President Everybody cordially invited. Stran-,
old, ;while riding his pony yesterday William McKinley lived in Can- gers especially welcome.
: afternoon was ,passing St. Luke's ton. Neither of these distinguished
Our entire Stock of Shoes marked
Cathedral on,North Main street, sev- citizens, ever played golf, but Canton Chriata4elphian.Memorial .
eral small boys'leaped out from hid has honored their memory by naming service, 10:30'a.. m. 4
ing and struck the pony causing it two of its most highly developedgolf Lecture 7:30 p. m. down to the Limit of Reduction for
-: to buck and throw the boy off over players after them. Mr. James Subject: Baptism-Sprinkling 'or
its head, inflicting severe injuries. Clark and Mr. William Irwin. These [mmersion Which?
Walter was picked up in an unconscious gentlemen are in Orlando and will ben McNeille and Davis block.
condition and carried into the the, line up tomorrow, the, birthday Welcome to all.DOG QUICK STOCKREDUCTION
home of Mrs. French and later was of George Washington, the childless -
3 conveyed to the Arcade Hotel where father jof ninety-five millions of SHOW '

his father and mother have rooms. Americans, to represent Canton in the The stock must be reduced $10000.00 -
'' Mr. Conboy being manager of the contest with Orlando. Deer hound, first premium; Seth
l Arcade restaurant i Last Wednesday the Zodiac was Woodruff.
: Dr. Beardall of the'McEwan :Sanitarium wrong, but the signs seem right for Bull dog, first premium, H. W.; Gill. in two weeks. Our BED TAG
was called, who made an ex- Saturday. Boston terrier pups, first premium,
amination of the lad and found him Canton and Orlando have both been Mrs. James Laughlin, Third. SALE PRICES will meet that 'end.
suffering from a concussion back of having some try-outs. Yesterday Boston terrier bitch, first premium,
the"ear, and bruises, about the head Mr. Howard C. Babcock knocked Mrs. James Laughlin, Third.
and shoulders. He remained in a around the course in .36, which was Boston terrier, dog jap, first prize,
: semitose condition_ all night and his doing pretty well, considering that Mrs. ,James Laughlin, Three.
,exact condition ,can not be forecastedat Mr. Babcock has been shoving a pen Boston terrier, your gill, first premium Dont miss this opportunity. Nothing reserved.
this,"writing., for the last six months and has only Mrs. James Laughlin ,Third.
The boys,did the trick thoughtlessly had a golf stick in his hand two or i Setter dog, first premium, J. H, Shoes for everybody. Join the crowd to-day for your
rr and ,with no evil motives, ,but nevertheless three times in the meanwhile. Judge Mooney.
"harmful and the boys will be Warlow, has been"sitting on the bench Setter bitch, second premium, J. H. 4 share ,of the big Shoe values at
l more careful in the future. for months, trying to mete out justiceto Mooney
the evil doers of Orange County Bull terrior, second premium, Carl
-; : J. PIERPONT MORGAN: IN EGYPT and yesterday the judge carelessly Mr. Dann., '
-' picked up some golf sticks, _that did Best Spaniel (Sweep), second premium E. G DUG KW0RT Ii'S \

,t 'Cairo,',Feb. 21.Morgan continues not belong to him, and after ,taking Mrs,H.'T. Sanford. .
to,make satisfactory progress toward nine strokes on several holes, came Pug, second, premium, ,Mrs.. 0. P.
recovery and,today was the cynosure in with 47., Likens., '
_- of all. eyes at, Shepherd ,hotel, where Of course that was yesterday and 'Pointer,'second premium' W M. Shoe StoreI'
r: he. sat for' two hours enjoying the Washington's birthday it ought to Davis. .
'\' f :"sunshine ,and watching the pictureson be even better. Pointer ,bitch and pups, second'
street scenes and the: coming and With the namesakes of two of our premium, Archie Vivian.
,going'of. fashionable guests:,, ,The distinguished presidents and the celebrating - Pointer pup, first premium, Roy
;financier, alw made his his usual tu- of the j birthday of ,the_most Kuhn. '
'tosobfle.. ,drive'tod y... distinguished of them-the golf con- r Bull ,terrier, (dog), first premium-,
'- .J test between our visitors from Canton, R. D. Mutella.

jr-- ,The register:at the San Juan Hotel Ohio, and the dwellers of ,Orlando,' Special Mexican thoroughbred, Chi
shows that three hundred'and eighty. Florida ought to be worth while.' huahuas.
',two', ;'were..;.' _there:yesterday.. cordial:; invitation to the public.WAKTIDCUeJi .: Mrs., F ,R. Stephenson,'of, LteeoTn, SiIiri1e' llra e .niilJ Seililil ;
_' i- N. J. This dog> :valued at ,11< 60

s t: .;): ..t.:," ;ti.Mre4. ::Fefartrj. :CMtot.. -Btjt" titt' and has,received'first, award_at many' i f
u- ...... -1", .r,: t!.; 'f r. :,.I ", .....j t . ',shows during, :the past yei i;:'r, ,_ r
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