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The daily sentinel
Uniform Title:
Daily sentinel (Orlando, Fla.)
Alternate Title:
Daily South Florida sentinel
Place of Publication:
Orlando Fla
Josiah Ferris
Creation Date:
February 20, 1913
Daily (except Monday)
normalized irregular
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Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
newspaper ( marcgt )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
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United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando
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Dates or Sequential Designation:
Began in 1913.
Dates or Sequential Designation:
-v. 1, no. 269 (Dec. 20, 1913).
General Note:
J.F. Schumann, editor.
General Note:
Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 4 (Feb. 14, 1913).

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o..J KILL. PATRONAGE. i 10:00 a. m-Exercises in Main Exposition Building.i Everything at the Fair grounds is EMERGENCY.Special .

! Special to'.The Sentinel Special to The SentinelWashington # 10:00 a. m.-Awarding Premiums on Horses and Cattle. in full swing today and Qne of the to The SentinelWashington

tt Mexico City, Feb. 19.-Francisco Feb.,18.According to on the Track. # largest crowds ever seen will undoubt- D. C., Feb. 19.-A1
L Madero* forced from the presidency reports received here, hundreds of 10:30 a. m.-Ball Game,- Rollins College vs. Ormond. i edly be there.' Today and Friday are though its plans remained set for ac-

of Mexico by the coup d'etat of two politicians who have already begun to 1:00 p. m.-Band Concert"i expected to be the dig days. tion in case of emergency, the United

of his generals yesterday, is prisoner arrive here for the purpose of getting 1:30 a. .-Harness and Running Races. i All of the free attractions are now States today was distinctly relieted _
} today in the national palace. snug positions are apt to be disappointed 2:30 p. m.-Aeroplane Flight. in operation, as are the shows on the at the overnight news from Mexico,
; General Victoriano Huerta, who hast for those who are in a posi # 3:30 p. m.-Free Attractions Before the Grand Stand. midway and all of the exhibits in the telling of the abdication of President

been commanding the Madero forces tion to know, declare that President- # Friday, February 21-School and College Day various buildings are now practically kladero and the apparent settlementof
's i
against the rebellious troops under elect Wilson is going to be rather i .9:30 a. m.-Band Concert.* installed ant everything is moving the civil war that has swept the

;. .General Felix Diaz, has been pro. slow in shaking the "plum" tree. According 10:00 a. .-Field Sports. smoothly.The capital itself. Preparations for ;

::1, claimed provisional governor general to information friendsin *# 10:30 a. m.-Awarding of Premiums on Horses and Cat-' success of the fair is already eventualities however were not re- '

[tit 'of the republic.General ., Congress, Governorr Wilson, not # tie on the Track. assured, and the attendance will probably axed. It was recognized that readjustment ;
.' Aurelio Blanquet, who aided hunting for chances to bestow patron- 11:00 a. m.-Addresses by Prominent Educators. increase during the next three in government was fill. ..I
in the overthrow of Madero, is age. On the contrary, he realizes that i 1:00 p. m.-Band Concert. days, and many special attractionsare ed with dangers, and no oredrs were .

I .provisional military commander. political jobs are a liability and not # 1:30 p. m.-Harness and Running Races. i to be put on for the next thrre issued that would halt the movement
These arrangements have been an asset. He will make no more appointments 2:00 p. m.-Aereoplane Flight. days.In. already begun. ,

agreed to by General> Felix Diaz, and ,than the demands .of good # 3:30 V p. m.-Free Attractions Before the Grand Stand. # east wing of Exhibition Hall, Gathered under the avowed deckrftion '
'f the ten ,day's battle which he has government require, and in making i# Closing Day=' Saturday, February 22 a Sidney Newell has a loom for weav- that they were to be moboUzed

been. waging with the federal troops these he is not going to be in undue S 9:30 a. m.-Band Concert. ing rugs and as the rugs for practice with the Atlantic fleet

appeared today to be over. haste. i 10:00 a. m.-Awarding of Premiums on Horses and' Cattle # are his handiwork, and the fact thata at Guantanamo, 2,000 marines will
zn on the Track. high school boy has the genius and
# be dispatched to that port as originally [
RAIL ROADS AGREE' TO ARBITRATE # 11:00 a. .-Base Ball Game. V i the pluck to tackle such work along ordered, unless there is good '.

'MADERO STILL' UNCERTAIN AS AND GREAT STRIKE, 1:00 p. m.-Band Concert. .',: .= with his regular school work, reflects reason' for their recall. Such orders

,TO HIS FATE IS, AVERTED # 1:30'p. .-Harness and Running Races.. : /=V V: 0 # great credit to the boy. *The boy were not apparent ,today. The Navy o "
2:30 .
p. m.-Polo Game. ... who makes his his
i way own Department also, denied that it had V ,
3:30: p. .-Band Concert. V s '- .': u . becomes the who makes his
Sentinel man way issued orders in setting '
Special to The Sentinel Special to The # .* any any way
5:00 p. m.-Grand Closing Events. : 2'->, and his mark in the world. r
Mexico,City;Feb. 19.-Madero can New York, ,Feb. 18.-The eastern ; : r.;.. ;'{ ', :. aside the original plan of action. .
not be certain what his' fate will be railroads agred,today to arbitrate the . . . I. '. Charles Rock has an exhibit of Officials feel that this government
although it is planned to have him tie- demands of the Brotherhood of Loco farm products of much interest. The has been at least temporarily, released

dared insane, placed asylum_ until motive Fireman and Enginemen under great stock of cassava is the subjectof from a difficult diplomatic situation.

;peace be: thoroughly established and the Erdman act. This bagaks r the much discussion by northern visitors. -
then exiled. His may friends'fear he deadlock. I
The Beck =
11 will meet the same fate as his brother The, decision of the roads was an- Lumber Company has a 'DITIONS -
1% Gustavo, who was shot,at the arsenal nounced shortly before 10 o'clock this good exhibit of Mantels, newels and
today. morning an official statement isued PUTS IT OVER ORMOND MEXICAN NEUTRAL IS CHARG- screens of their manufacture.In Special to The Sentinel

if Safety- Madero's. : family. has been by Elisha Lee, as chairman of the TO TUNE OF 20 TO 1 ED WITH BEING ACCOMPLICESpecial the west wing one of the first Mexico City, Feb. 19.-With the last

Ji or' guaranteed ,by Hu rta. Mrs. Madero conference committee of managers. Twenty to one is the way the score to The Sentinel attractions that meets the eye is Mr. vestige of feeble and short lived Ma

was allowed to visit her husband late "The managers feel" says the state- stood the the end of the first half of Mexico City, Feb. 19.-It is reported N. P. Yowell's sore wherein are dero power obliterated, Mexico City _

if ,last night After a pathetic meeting' ment, that the public will ,not tolerate the ninth at the ball game yesterday.And that Francisco De La Barra will be ladier: :> ,suits, parasols cloaks and under the new rule of Felix Diaz stills ..

: with him she was conducted from his a strike." it was the Rollins boys who had arrested at the first opoprtunity for those 'things which ,cause ladies to widely celebrating the dramatic developments -

k presence in -a stage of complete cob Mr. Lee's commuilcation is addressed the twenty to their credit. alleged complicity in the rebellion. linger long in one spot. But the violet of yesterday, apparently -

fi lapse. to Judge Martin Knapp,.of the Uni- The college team was in fine shape The federals tonight were prepar decorations over the entire interior unmindful of the dangers that threaten

r: Congress net today to accept'resignation t ed States Commerce Court, and G. and the team work resulted in an almost ing to use dynamite bombs in an as of the booth makes such a pleas- from the north and south who have

\ of President Madero and take W.'Hanger, acting United States Com- errorless game on their side. sault on the Diaz positions. A sustained ing effect that the ladies are not the yet to indicate allegiance to triumvi-

up the ,matter of,, provisional President misioner of Labor, who have been. Ormond too had some good players, attack by the federals againstthe only persons who stop and study the rate of Diaz, Huerta and Blanquet

t, ,;,who_ will* probably: be Felix. acting as mediators.the dispute. j I but evidently were not so well used to Y. M. C. A. Building this after picture. Mr. Davies, as might be Francisco Madero, Pino Suarez, his
I ? Diaz. "0' He says in part: playing together, and they- were fur- noon was repulsed by the rebels. expected, is the designer of the booth vice president and other federal 'prisoners -

,f The members of the Madero cabinet "At the urgent request of you as ther away from home and the crow Behold how fickle is' the smile of and Miss Edith Davids is in chargeHoward's held in the national palace last
who were arrested last night were representatives of the governmentand being mostly Bollms "rooters" may fortune. Here is the man who onlya Art Studio comes next night have been removed to arsenal,

paroled today and many took advant under the strop protest we are have had something to de with their few days ago was the choice of and does credit to his abaiity as a thus complying with the original demand

r age,of their liberty to flee able' to ,voice, the managers committee lack of results. both armies as President of Mexico photographer. Many pictures of fine o{ Felix Diaz that Madero be '

& -Although;'peace is assured for, the agrees to abntrate the firemen's But after all it was a good game I as a neutral satisfactory to all, who quality are shown here. brought before him in his own strong '

t ,time, being at least in. Mexico' City, controversy under the Erdman act. and clearly demonstrated that the is today a suspect discredited % botparties. hexhibit Mr. A. P. Curry, has an electric I hold.

:1. ,the'overthrow of Madero has brought The managers also desire to give Rollins team is liberally supplied that shows skill and care in

!: far less contentment to the residents notice at this time that they shall j with the kind of material that makesof This day and age of the world arranging. AVIATOR SAVES LIFE BY JUMP- '

} in the north and south, where rebel earnestly request that the Hearings I a team "Pennant Winners." Q knows no neutrals. Men must be a The Drennen-Lattner Company, tha PING FROM AEROPLANE
i: bands continue to 'loot and pillage in this arbitration be open to the pub The line up was: Nsitive force to keep their place The' Company, .'J.,'
J'propel'tJ.and; menace the lives of for lie.I Rollins-Roberts, 2b; McCHntock,I I with any people. Men are either for that house that stands for quality i in Special to The Sentinel *k" '

r eigners. Orozco and Salazar are I Ib; Boyer, cf; Mason, p. Kates, 3b. or against a proposition. De La instruments, has an exhibit of pianosof Jacksonville, Florida, Feb. 19-Bf

?:. .operating in North ,and Zapata rebellion A DISTINGUISHED GUEST IN THEe Melvin, If; Porter, ss; White, e; Harris Barra is no exception to the rule. seven makes. leaping from his falling machine in-s
is still in full in th rf. Men must take in Poultry
swing CITY a stand this'worldon Q midair today, aviator Charles K. Hamilton x
'' south: If the leaders of these If all There are one hundred and fifty
move Ormond-Campbell, ss; Mc- great questions-men do takea probably saved his life, althoughhe
ments threatened hold out Crehan cf Archer ssHinckman 3b stand-and the who six coops of chickens on exhibitionand
as againstDiaz ; ; man tries to
Mrs. A G. Delmater, of New York, suffered severe internal injuries,
f regime n tl er-ptriod of disorder r mother of the producer of the play Tulley, c; May, Ib; Fayette, cf; John- play to both parties becomes a suspect fine specimens they are of when he plunged to earth. His mi-
S is certain. 3b 'Chich rf. and discredited Florida fowl which will com
son citizen
; a in the
freckles given at the Lucerne last chine hit head on and turned over =
i: The leaders are understood to be Rollins got" 19 hits; made 2 errors; pare with the best of any
night, has been in this city for several end.Of twice,Completely wrecking it
: particularly bitter toward Huerta and 2 three-base hits Melvin due state. King gobler therein
days and will remain for a time yet ( and Kates); course allowance must be was Hamilton struck the earth with a
they are zealous to 2 two-base hits McClintock made for the rather lonesome numbers. ..Theturkey
as now gain control far ( and swiftly changing opinions
the benefit of her health. crash and was picked, up, for dead.
l', of:the government t as they. were It was not known by the theatrical Kates. 20 runs. and affections of men for one is a bird that requires great He recovered consciousness ,an hour '
t under Madero. Ormond made 6 hits 6 the care and babying'in country but
company that this lady'was in the ; errors. day populace cry "Crown him"and any later. His injuries may prove fatal. ,
f city ,and there was some little surprise Following is the score by innings: the next day "Crucify him." is t money maker and Florida has not Y
i' ;MEXICAN REPUBLIC IN STATE when the answered Ormond .... 000100000 But on the shoulders of men who awakened to this fact yet.
: OF ANARCHY call manager a Rollins .. .... 212211 110. are the rock of society and business The proud and gay colored peacock est, has covered the wall between the
phone only to find a fora
., into request The second game of the series 'will rests the welfare of any people. is in evidence and it is really strangeto Art and Fancy Work stalls with his
-- pass the opera house for the
i-- ,Special to The Sentinel play, by the mother to the play be played on the Fair Ground diamond find the number of people who do handiwork, and the tourists are greatly VV;

Mexico, City, Feb. 19th.-AlbMexi- writer., She is ,stopping at 102 Jefferson this morning at'10:30 and prom SECRETARY MEYER TO SEEK not know what they are. interested in the alligator hides,

Mexico ises to be interesting than On reaching the head of the stairsin snake skins and antlers to be seen
I co, outside of.. City i is in state street The son is in a hospital even more TARPON IN FLORIDA SOON
i;. of anarchy and chaos according to reports in New York, recovering from injuries the game played yesterday. Exposition Hall, the visitor: finds here.Almost
himself near a splendid exhibit including the entire west side of the
t received late tonight from,various received when his automobile Special to The SentinelWashington
Feb. 18. The carefully drawn compositions upstairs hall is devoted to needle
points. to climb.a tree. SANFORD AT THE FAIR plans of maps
; Roving bands of bandits, emboldened I both Secretary of the Navy Meyer and and other work sent from work, and the dainty articles on display

r by overthrow of Madero are: There is such x friendly intermingling Assistant Secretay Winthrop, when the Sanford Public' School. To the here are in charge of Miss Antoinette

ravishing and burning' towns, lootingand LIVE STOCK of Orlando and Sanford that i it they lay down the cares of officeMarch right of this is a like exhibit but one Siemens, and her helpers, Miss, '

4 pillaging isolated haciendas. The The cattle exhibit is light and those reminds one of the family reunion. 4th became known, today. Secretary of especial interest to,all Orlandoites, Millie Smith Claire Robinson and

,conditions described in ,these reportsare shown are a strong argument in Sanford shows commendable en- Meyer will spend virtually all l for the many neatly written pages Hattibelle Hyer.
far,worse than ever before. of breeding, better cattle in Florid favor. tesrprise in their exhibit. They have next month in Florida, on a tarponfishing drawings and pretty art work was all The last, but not least attractive '
t' Movement 'is also under way to In Cracker language are an' engine pumping water to their trip. He will give up his residence done by the enterprising pupils of the of exhibits on this floor is a miscellaneous
tV' f overthrow all governors appointed by lot. they a sorry' fields of celery and are giving the here the latter part of April 0. H. S. Next is found a well ararng- collection of Indian blankets

i Madero. The big hornet is 'curiosity people a very good idea of celery cut and will remove to his summer home ed and interesting booth containing loaned to the Fair by their owners,
ox quite
ture. I in Hamilton, Mass.. grade work from Apopka.. who, realizing thei$\ value, wished '
northern seldom
to who
f. people
NEGRO MERCHANT KILLED. I horned cattle. 1 Their city photographer has ar: Mr. Wintrop is planning to engagein The Rollins College exhibition from others to share the pleasure of viewing
t. '. see. ranged a nice rest room along with the combination of banking and the' Arts and Crafts department is i them.
There is quite show
a respectable
t. Sanford, Fbu,-Feb>> 19Ed. Franklin ' ing of swine so far as quality his exhibit, and people are both welcome farming. He will enter the private strikingly beautiful On the wallsare At 7 o'clock Tuesday night the midway F

.. a colored.merchant,.. at Goldsboro, and shows that the hog industry is goes on and comfortable. banking firm of Robert Winthrop &; .pictures executed with pen and was opened and presented a '
Special to The Sentinel Co., in New.York, and will make his ink, crayons, water colors and oils, bright, gay aspect with its many tents
the rise in Orange County.
1 :is dead, and George Benton, another FOUNDRY EXHIBIT residence in Westbury, Long Island while ,on the table beneath are displayed and shows, spangled performerslighti
Dr. Harper, Osteopath
negro, who shot him in a.quarrel,'resulting called physicianwas where he will grow things. many specimens of hammeredand and barkers. While there is a large c''
to St Cloud
from a dispute over land, is in The South Florida Foundry and pierced brass. number of shows and numerous tents
:Jail, charged with murder.. on professional 3:30 business.H Machine Company are allowing what I FIFTEEN THOUSAND GARMENT In 'passing on one comes to a very: in which interesting'games are found.
cleft on ,the train.
.: Benton came to the home of Franklin they do in their ,big shops and thus I WORKERS ON STRIKE complete collection of nests, containing I the small run of eatch.peuy artiste
Sunday evening after Benton, with aiding the its campaign of publicity -- eggs of the birds which had.built and fakirs is not this year'in'evMe ce.

R' .his. wife, had returned from church. MADERO'S BROTHER' HEARTBROKEN that strangers,in our midst may Special to The Sentinel the little homes. With this is a,chart I I While the fair association :figured'it .

I.. Seven shots were fired into the body know what ,is back of the city. Philadelphia,., Pa., Feb. 19.Fifteenthousand showing different varities of songsters I might lose a ,little this year on'concessions
-' of,the victim of,the assault with sud '- members of United Gar. and to all interested in bird-lore is i by, baring them, the ,publk

'fatal effect, that he died Tuesday.. Ithaca, N. Y., Feb. 19.Evari.toadr LEE'S SON DEAD. I ment workers union went out on strike given the literature of the Audubon n I the fair and the lessees of:show prrr-

,It is aaid by the neighbors and fa m. a student of Cornell is'heartbroken rRaveneworth I here today and union officials say that Society, whose_ secretary, Mrs. Isaac : iliges, were all considered and, wife -'
flies of:the men that bad blood exist=: at the news that his brother : Va, Feb. ,18.-G.:W.; a thousand cloak makers will join Vanderpool, of Maitland, prepared the thought that the poop jle would get

;; ed betweenoa account of a difficulty : Gustavo, has, been. executed.. He .win C.. Lee, eldest son of Gen.. Robert E.! them tomorrow. The atri kern demand this' exhibit i more for their money. and the worthy
they had 'previously :had with l leave the University and join his Lee, formerly an' aide de amp oath 1 a 48 hour working week,'..'increase The space just west'of the Audubonbooh I i shows,would have better attends i ;: .-

r 'each.other:about some'land. Bentonwas brother's. wife in Monterey in a;few emeritus of Washington' and Lee,Uni-1 of five to two S per cent in-wages is occupied by the Art .Department thus making concessions more wiles

imrnediately'arnatid. d y.. TheJ'UnIeraitJ'.r 'him staff of Jefferson Davis,.and presidentversity the ::1 sanitary and here beautiful pictures, able and more readily let, the order '

y. his diploma by special dispensation: died here today, aged 80.Pen&aate working places and the recognition of. hand:painted china and tapestry 'are against the cheap. : lines 'were drawn.;'
Menus Ma&ews 4 Voorhees, havi =' : their L' shown by Mr..T..P. Robinson, and his It would have been difficult to bare
i commenced_ the fj etieitol, a modern Inspect Shanibarger's. big, stock.: of V,. 'offponr own ,Car- I : assistant, ; Mrs._Gin 1ep. brought a.better aggregation together

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...t. V 3)letter to the principals: of all the"Flora .
i: a Ha High'Schoqk A GREAT.HELP TO THE PEOPLE. .
.k< '\f The Florida,Audubon Society offers ; SOIS I

r ,:Ac'following. prizes.. 'to;be 1 competed take pleasure in announcing to Ladies and Childrens Ready to

,._ 1 J for by'the pupils of the High' Schools 'KcCuI och's: Department Store the people in Orlando and vicinity wear hats from 50c up.
ai the
} - ; that our line of Spring and SummerV Ladies Rain Coats, Regular $5.00
,f' 1.,First prize' ,V, ten.dollars. in cash. Merchandise, which is. arriving daily kind now $2.98. Childrens Rain 0
J', Second :prize, ,;a copy ol!,' Frank I
of Birds Sit down and sum up all your bills, putting such as Dry Goods Clothing Shoes, Proof Capes from $1.98 up. 0
-S :V Chapman's, ; "Hand-book;" all in ode.amount, then come and see us and I Hats,Millinery, Ready to Wear Hats, Ladies Washable Skirts, all styles V

{V.{,Eastern.North American. give ns an opportunity to explain our up-to- I the Styles Shown are varied enough from $1.24 up. '. .0'

'Essays'may be' written.on any one date plans for relieving financial pains to suit the tastes of every one, and Ladies and Children's Coats and
your <
.f the:following themes:
V I the in
prices are keeping with everypurchaser's Suits at Surprisingly low Prices. '
L The 'Economic,'Value of Birds ,
: economy. Calicos 5c per yard.
; SPECIAL BARGAINS French Gingham lOc per yard. --
2j The; damage ,Birds! of 'Floritia'Including YOU CAN PURCHASE FOR LESS MONEY THAN FAIR WEEK.
To accomodate the trade we give
Personal Obesrvations.', ELSEWHERE.. WHY NOT PAY THIS STOREA Shoes for Men, Ladies Misses and 'away nice china ware for premiums
3. The' Native Song Birds of Florida VISIT AN1J'PROm' BY OUR REPU. Children in all stiles and colors, high to everybody who trades with us.' We

, including Personal Obesrvations.. and low cut to suit the taste of
TATION FOR SQUARE Guarantee Satisfaction.
or mon.
:; 4. The History'and' Work, of the .. .. body.. All Shoes will sell at FIFTEEN refunded. your

r: Audubon Socitics of the United States.. I .PER CENT: O){F. ey '
5.:"Bird and Game Reservations iihe' I Ladies' Shirt Waists and Middy Come and convice yourself.

,! .United States; Purpose, .History, DEPARTMENT[ [ STOREICCULLQVCHS [ : Blouses of styles from 98c up. Your Trade will be ApprecIated.Ladies .

,:- ,'Tanna, Results, with personally drawn V Dresses from 98e up. Men's Straw Hats from 25c up.

V :maps: J' I'' Childrens Dresses from 48c up. Men's Alpaca Coats from $UO up. ,: ..

The conditions, of this contest are ..,.cr&J'rz.t_-..; i".u..sluyr r OPPOSITE- POST OFFICE ...t....:.: jJ. 11'11'o cI I
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is. :
g '1..'Only bona fide students of senior Try Shopping With Us by Parcel Post. All Orders II '

,compete.or junior\ high school in Florida may Receive Prompt Attention -,v.... ;: V Earner's New York

'2.Essays must ,contain not less
than'two thousand.nor more than four .

'tkousand'words. V ...
V 1, Essays must ,be typewritten. BOUNDARY liNE MARKS.Those V Bargain Store :.

; 4.. Essays must be forwarded WELCOME TO1IYAL
V through the principal of the school Hanover and Hollandon ,
the Rhine Are,Unique. V
k in;which the writer is'.a pupil, before -.
Many of the international boundary' PALMBARBER '< If You Would be Posted be a Daily Visitor to this Store
to Dr. W. F. Blackman
ay'I.,, 1913 marks display a sentimental as well ass .
president of the Florida Aud- practical character. The famous

bon Society and. of Rollins College, "Pillar of Farewell." which marks the SHOP
F.. Winter Parks Florida.Jnfonnaticm' line between Russia and Siberia has
been celebrated in and Modern and
; on the subjects men. song story Complete.

k'= fog boned the above following may be persons had by:, address. This Ekaterinburg.In Siberia.boundary It stands In mark Russia on stands the, and main between Tinmen road electric Everything attachments new, individual at, every _

Mr. T., Gilbert :Pearson, secretary along which thousands of exiles hart chair. No: stone has been left J 3o:!fH! !UM AR W AR! ;
'if.the National Association passed. It Is an obelisk of brick sixteen unturned to make this shop I

_,y :ion York'$City.Societies, 1974 Broadway New bears feet in In height.Russian On characters the west sideIt the meet most th particular.erequirements, Plenty of ,the of ; V :

Dr.: T. S. Palmer, Bureau of Biological word word"Europe"Asia."and on the east sidethe room. Courteous attendants. t

,Survey, Washington, D. C. i
The boundary marks along our north. ELIJAH WHITEHEAD,
Mrs. Is. Vanderpool, secretary of
.4 ern frontier separating us from Can Proprietor.
the ,Florida Audobon' Society, Mait- ada. are of,a most practical sort. For . 1
Orange Ave., Orlando, Fla.
fend,' Florida many hundreds of miles the St Law .
It is hoped that .there' may be a rence river and the great lakes form /

'large number of competitors for these the natural boundaries but there, Is p 1
vast stretch of prairie land beyond
prizes; if not more than.three essays
with no natural demarcation. The ,
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are submitted, the society reserves IIIMN i \
boundary marks here are pillars of
r. 'the right*.. 'to.'.withdraw.. the' offer.> iron and wood placed at intervals of cv z
f ;AO'V
one talle. They have been alternately Indee d :
; 'RAISING GROVES NOT EASY supplied by the two governments and
V1V BUSINESS may be seen from the Lake of tb> t
Woods to the Red river valley. Beyond .a
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that the marks are mounds of They
:-ence.* That is the biggest. 'lemon I earth and cairns of stone. S {

:ilave' of frontier
seen The strangest European _J
; 'ii''On the..other hand, .if*a .man has lines Is that'marking the!boundary between AreNo
!V jn.ample V income from other sources Hanover and ,Holland where it ,,:
crosses;.the Rhine. A row of pontoonslies = --
to1thaat; he can afford tobe, indifferent
across the river chained bow and .
:: to whether his citrus fruits mature,or better cigars are to be
Inasmuch the
stern. as dividing "
:: sot( I can imagine a no more lux- ,runs through from stem to stern the found anywhere we'resure r
'is>ous playing than a well laid out or. eastern halves of the boats are paintedIn of than, hence we feel Hardware, Agricultural Implements, Harness, Saddlery

".nge grove_as one of.the features of.a German colors the western In no hesitancy in saying that I II

Magnificent estate. .The combination Dutch. The effect is most striking. regardless of price there is I Paints, Oils, Building Material, Etc. .

of perfectly, ,even rows the uniform Austria has a frontier line of about not .a cigar made that you
+ sized trees, the decided colors of deep 3,800 miles of which 2,096 IB land. can enjoy more than
Every mile.! of this must be guarded Orlando MoriM
t green and bright yellow, and: for aiwekgroand agalnsFthe encroachments of Austria's HAWLEFSSTRAIQHTS- i .-

wrapped. !jn a blue haze, neighbors. ,Germany Is in a similar I -:
f the,rugged and eternally fixed moun- situation, sine her Tan3 frontiers. and'* t, .:;

9'tiias. all go to make a picture that bordering upon Russia Austria, Swit HAVANASMade 1 1I
3 wltt arrest-the attention of the mostfease zeriand. France. Holland and Belgium in Orlando. Sold ball 1f f
are 2,235 miles! in extant and by .far Dealers. Only cost 5 0I
person living. One help I
the Is not protected hr
larger portion
tut::pause and ponder on the forces of .cents.ASK -
other natura'boundaries.
mountains rivers or any
''mature. that, have, conspired to" bringabout The German seacoast how FOR THEM

this vision of fairyland. It is ever. Is only 744 mlles.ln extent-Ha

.elevating,.it,is delightful, it beauty > r'A. MIIMIMimillllMMIHEYER1MG W. M. SLEMONS

V '.> fa the highest degree, but it,is poor
t business. A COLD BLOODED DUEL _1tII!_ _
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Instant Death Was Assured For One

tin y, 5 Charles RETAL Maurice ESTATE and TRANSFERS wife to Bank I i time' extraordinary created of the an Contestants.An Immense duel, which.sensation at the -IN- Our New Spring S Stoc is Coning In

of. Oakland.. was one In which the decision was ar
: Addie M. Miner and husband to rived at"not by swords or pistols but FEEDFOR And we will offer to you a Choice Selection of High Class .;.

'k .. William D. Tucker. by means of a deadly poison. V Goods.
,k R.. Waisma and wife to DeWitt The men-who. It Is hardly necessary IN DRY GOODS, ALL THE STAPLE AND USEFUL :
s Hayes. to say had fallen out over a lady-bid GOODS as well as FANCY SILKS, and FINE DRESS
left the arrangement of details to their GOODS HOSIERY IN SILK LISLE AND COTTON and
W. R. Munger and wife to Henry C. ,
'Chadwick. : seconds and until they faced each otb I the Many Accessories that Women Use . . . . . :. .
er they did not know by what methyl :
,;. Solomon Hawn to J. P. Williams. they were to settle their differences I m STOCK

s James McCawleyand wife to;B. F. One..of the seconds wn a doctor,,and I ,Bargains Six Days in Every Week j

Wheeler. he had made up fur the occasion four '
John' Parnell and wife to Beck black pellets nil identical In size i awl We carry all the time a large stock of SHOES of the j

and Payne. . shape. LAUBACHThe best makes and newest styles. KING QUALITY MEN'S ;
L. Tilden and wife to David '''In one ot these." he said "I bays SHOES. CRADDOCK TERRY'S WOMEN'S SHOES lAND
Wilbur -
placed a suffideut ut quantity of prussic Grain ''Man. CHILDREN'S SHOES. NONE BETTER ARE. A
Uckhart acid to cause the almost Instantaneous SOLD IN THIS MARKET.
# ,S. A. Robinson and wife to Anna death of any one who swallows itVe 0IIrm Street, Ptae 18SL F';;
Newkirk.. will decide by the toss of a coin which
first choice and I- $20.00, $25.00 and $30.00 are unsurpassed for STYLE _
G. W. Cook and wife to George W. of you Is to have you
Baton will alternately draw and swallow a FIT AND QUALITY. {

h George W.Benton and wife to Joe, pill until the poison shows'Its effects.' I LORD BALTIMORE BOYS-SUITS WILL. BE SURE J

:: a&d Eliza Clark. Two of the pellets were then taken J. Mustar TO PLEASE YOU. "i
aa the .toss bad decided but without
and wife to S. B.Se1f. ..
:George.W. Benton effect In either case. v
ntManicure .
a "ThIs time" said the doctor speak;
.V x- J ,W. R. ,Moore and,wife to J. S. Me-. ing of the two pellets remaining -you
C J.r must both swallow< the pill at the same'I Pedicure, Shampoo, W. M. Slemons

,, A.'B. Smith to G. T. Smith Instant" Face and Scalp Massage. '
The choice was again made, and In s Dick80D & Ives store.
Daniels Bros.'to J. B. Long.mood Parlor over
few,.seconds ,one of the men lay dead ,
Kipp.. and'wife to .Baldwin ,. corner Orange and Central
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c' .s A press,dispatch_' from 'Oakland,I iITSA EA.PROPOSITION J. HIRSH
'California, ''say: "Jorain'?' Miller .
'(Cintinnatus.Heine), the poet of the 1 jf t
;Sierras;;died, today in his one room 1
cabin which'he,built in the Piedmont J TO ASSUME THAT YOU ARE
,hills many years ago.. The end came z
', atthree'o'clock. 'in the afternoon, with ,. APPRECIATIVE OF THE,,VERY Dry Goods Notions Shoes
: .warm sunshine flooding the room: 1 '. .
'Sunland..1 ere'la)" the author'of; "Songs of the.J I BEST. WE ARE SPECIALISTS IN r

Death came slowly upon the.venerable : Electrical Wireing and Gas Fittings
: poet. He became unconscious I) .
;' Thursday: after a lingering, illness// NEWELL ELECTRICAL COMPANY ... CLOTHINGLadies'
which began when he was struck b1']lparalysis
J ,two years ago. H.:1 !I ARCADE BUILDING
, (rand daughter, Juanita, were summoned and Gent's FurnishingsWe
at that time from the east and CHURCH ST. ,
11 have been with him since. The weak.;I, \ carry one of the heaviest stocks in this section of the State therefore can suit you in
.,; 'ness of age had come upon him and ti anything you want. Come and seer We buy the best on the market and sell as reasonableas
f he rarely ventured from"theHeights" possible. We feel that we make money by giving you a square deal. That it is best for us
f as he called his mountain retreat to sell you goods at a small profit and see you often. Our goods will make your heart happy '
''. For.many.years "the Heights" has save you money and bring you back when you need more.

! ,been the mecca for lovers of Joaquin The Best is the Cheapest 32 West Church .
Miller's'poetry. He always received ., Street
r his .visitors graciously and loved to
' a'vein of quaint humor of,the SO GET THE BEST OF y
old adventurops days Which he memorialized m Payne' ,Bldg ORLANDO, Fi ORIDAIIIIIMIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIl
f' in his verses. His faculties
't1 'were,undimmed,until almost the end Paints and Wall PaperTHE
and he labored at intervals on a poem
: which he said was to be the most I !'I t
? momentous work ,'of' his life. He 1912 WALL PAPER IN SAMPLESIS II t
# guarded the poem with the utmost I. GRAND AND I WILL BE PLEASED :: Star Employment I I S
k secrecy and not even his wife and TO SHOW THEM. ALL YOU HAVE TO
r knew his subject He Fireplace Mantels
wasabout AgencyTell ,
tt seventy years old. I. y
troubles to Palmer. and Grates
t.f:: your ,
\, On Friday! evening at 8:15.the. Rol. II He will get reliable help in any
f fins College Girls Glee Club will give
ffi their,annual concert in Knowles Hall GEO. A. BARKER PHONE 268 line of employmentPhone I Caloric Fireless Cookers,
: at the'college. The club this 'year 105

'!" presents Eduardo Maryo's very tune '._._._.__..._. _._..._.._._ .... _. ..1 Electric Pocket Flash Lights,
ful and attractive cantata "Indian
.r Summer*' The words' are by Margaret Complete Electric Lighting Plants of
E.; Lacey and.are emblematical, i
of autumn scenes: l The club' will be I 4 SPRIN6 MILLINERY R OPENING BarylarianjsOriental Any Size Installed.
'assisted by'Miss Annie D. McFarlane, .
of Tampa, who was.a student at Rol ArtStoreLatest
lins some time,in New York studying 1. --
; with Victor Hauls and now has a salaried Wednesday and Thursday Designs and Pat
position in one of the Tampa terns in Oriental Goods E. s. PIERCE

} churches.The Club has been' 'working hard on February 26th and 27th.A Ladies Expert and Tailoring Gentlemen for
this concert and it promises to be one ELECTRICIAN
;. of the'most finished I Progress Laundry for rr
things ever givenat cORDiAL 1NVITAi1oN
EXTENDED TO Mi White, Folks Only
Rollins. NONE 436. New land BMg., burch SL
..... Cor. Church and Court Sts.
: Any one having friends or relatives
:, tinting them, or if any,of:our home''TOESI HAMILTON&DUNN Y
folks leave for a vialt elsewhere, The SIGN PAINTINGJack .
Sestinel would greatly appreciate it!t I Preston will paint your s
tf you,would send the items in.Please!I ORANGE AVENUE ORLANDO, FLA. aim on short notice. Good work. Read the Daily Sentinel. J..

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The committee ol 150 on county division -j Mr. T. E. Mather, wife and daughter -
f f"i .MOKONG .AND, WHKLYSUB8CMPTION have secured 1,097, names to its i of Minneapolis, are in Orlandofor '
f" -: <- petitions! .but of 'a' possible '1,500. It: their fourth season. Search You Will
: BATBB : is expected that 90 per cent'of the voters -I j as .

THE -' and property owners_will sign this i I Mr.'T. L Raussau, of Sanford paid ,
? 'Ijr Carrier,'per I week:; ....!:..........., .10 the time,it is presented to the Sentinel a call yesterday. Mr. . .I
the next legislature. I Raussau is connected with the Her- !, 1
;. f'-- THE WEEKLY SENTINEL Hon. Forrest Lake, member of the ald in the capacity of Monotypist You Cant Find More ;
for year.-, by'msil. potttt paid .........SLMAttrm next house, is becoming more popular for : I
Kb THE ..SBTTINEL Orlando Florida. with his constituents in the north end Messrs Oliver A Brown and Frank
? .Office' 107"Court Street' Arcade,Building of Orange county each day. His,lop Price, business men of Red Bank, N. .
Phone 24 alty to those who have placed him in J., arrived in Orlando last night fora .Your Money Elsewhere

J._ P. SCHUMANN. Efttor.J08IAH office is proving to be one of the visit. They are guests of Mr.' and . .

n'. FBUIS, 'P,.,ritter. brightest pages in the history of,Florida Mrs. C. D. Clum, in Concord Park. r. ., .". 0 I
statesmanship.The ---r' _fir
'THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 20, 1913 above highly interesting notes Mr. P. B. Haynes, a former well- -" NOR CAN YOU FIND BETTER ' -
e are taken from the correspondence known citizen of Orange county, spent JEWELRY '. .
The Orange County Fair is on and of the Sanford hot air artist to the yesterday Orlando. Mr. Haynes is THAN OURS FOR SEVERAL
'f 'Everybody in South, Florida ought to Times-Union. Funny how some peo now a resident Lakeland and is one . YEARS THIS '1"I
we it Tampa Tribune pIe who from constant practice de of that enterprising cjty g aldermen
0 ceive, themselves, foolishly think they I ,
4 The,old inan"who used tobacco for can fool others. The fact that each day 2,000 copiesbf i : BE TOMORROW t'
97 years is'certainly entitled to baccalaureate That petition when in comes under the Sentinel are printed and that' .,,-, NEXT YEAR, AND IN

degrees. the eye of disinterested parties will all extras are gone before noon is THE YEARS
.2 TO COME. .
o shrink very materially. Some names pretty good evidence that the Sentinel ; .. . , I -. 'X.. :
It may fatten F one to' eat a few cur- will evaporate entirely and duplicates is read. f \ . L.-. .. --. ;\F.,(:... '
..I Tents 'off the electric wires, but not will singlicate or disappear. !

if you: first dine a mite. The days of foolishness and bluster Mr. A. E. Wakerley, of Ocala, is! '

o like all good' things will have, their spending, he week in Orlando, look Why Not Naue the Best and Be ure. :
What should convince men that endings, and the next, legislature will ing after the interests of the Ferguson
women are. qualified to have the bal take the wind out of the sails of some Water Proof Company, of St.
lot is that they learn to vote as men of the Sanford high flyers. Louis, and taking in the sights of the
i do-by first learning to parade. If Forrest Lake is growing in popularity Fair. The demands for Mr. Wake- .

A'British.chemist o gravely announces God pity o the unpopular.o lys night.goods were much in. evidence last 'If It's in t the Jewelry Line,, We Haue ItT. It I

4 that he .can make sugar out o H. L BEEMAN A WEATHER
law.dust. Thai's. a round about and PROPHET Mr. and Mrs. Campbell Woolridge,
..1 impossible way to make money ont and daughter are guests .of Mr. and
c If .sawdust: Tuesday, as a representative of the Mrs. John S. Rowland, at their home
o Sentinel was strolling around over on the corner of Anderson and DeLaney 1I. Evans the JewelerOPPOSITE
A popular novelist tells us tritely the Fair grounds he chanced to meet streets. Mr. Woolridge is the .
Mr. H. L Beeman, of the Fairdirectors ,
that'his heroine's hand was white as one general traveling passenger agent of
:the driven snow.. Why not small as and inquired of the out- the Texas and Pacific Railroad.
i driven bargain and firm as a driven lOOk. Mr. Beeman said, the prospect POST OFFICE
,zpike? for a good Fair was all that could' Mr. and Mrs. Gilman Davis, of Os-
be hoped for, but that he fearfulf : ,IIIIS
o was wego, N. Y., are in the, city stopping
Twenty-five hundred, daily cir the weather. Why'said the Sentinel -i at Mr. L. H. Starrett's on East Central j ; .
culation.' Cold figures that present t .man, the weather man promisespod !I avenue. Mrs. Davis has bee ''j j
,flowing, living possibilities to adver weather, what do you mean? I here about a month'and has that much
tisers. Morning Sentinel "just beginning Mr. Beeman'replied: "I don't like the of a start of Mr. Davis. Mr. Davis
; to'be. way the.clouds shift around up theWe re is a horse man and was kept at home .
?. o are.,.sure to get rain out of thatsky. a little later than he expected and got
The butcher classifies his customershis ." caught by the cold weather and consequently -
e ( way: Those who never buy beefsteak Now that Mr. Beeman's prophecy enjoys the Florida sunshine ION
are poor, those who buy beefsteak has come tree, we intend putting him the; more. Mr. Davis is a jolly good
twice,a,week are well-to-do, and in a class with that New York 'manwho fellow, and we are glad he is with us.I

i \those who have it 0 oftener'are- rich. i weather prophesied his report prophecy and cold the contrary and Sentinel the to fulfillment the recorded -. DAD'S REASON ACCOUN10f(](] BAD. WEATHER( I (R

,'A. Kansas fanner lost a $600 dia I thereof.. -
mond, 'in'his barnyard.. Down ,here in The Rev. John W. Cavanaugh, president
.' Florida,our, farmers consider it good I SHE COVLDNT KEEP STILL of Notre Dame college, tells of I
form to take .their diamonds off at a priest who was going to lecture on

milking time. .. ,Mike had just r been elected to office the evil of great wealth. In the audience OUr hlte Sale
0' ; and a new automobile was added to was a man the priest knew. The Lily
man was the father of seven girls
Surgeons at the Johns
Hopkins uni i us'earthly possessions. The day that
and the lecturer to this
Tersity discovered 'that '
orange bloeema s- 'it was brought home he said to his
"may be used as an anaesthetic. I mother; "You and your friend, Mrs. as an example. Y
t Anetker reason why the citrus. riff O'Brien, may go for a spin this afternoon "Think" said the priest' "of being : .
must not be reduced. the proud fathef of seven daughters. .
but do keep still; this chauffeuris : I
Think who is the happier-the man
o. an inquisitive chap and any'conver
with a million or the man who is the
just because he fears they sation detracts his attention and he
,. lone day commonize the dictographand forgets his business." father will of ask seven you daughters."I ,Mr. Sheldon. who Of White Goods Laces and Em- .
e : it the wireless telephone, In compliance the, two old ladies ,
do think is the said
we, know"of one.-reporter,who's worrying rode for several miles. Finally Mrs, you happier
the priest, pointing to the of broideries
object will
t lest he then may lose his job., O'Brien gently touched the chauffeuron his argumentThe continued
V I 0 the arm and said: "I know that
man arose and said: "Father,
County division is an unknown talking strictly prohibited in this I think that a man with seven laugh through Tuesday and Wednes-
automobile, but I feel that I musttell ;
r thing. Sanford and Orlando are em'fatting ters is the happier. A man with a
1 this week and like good neigh- you that our friend fell put of the million dollars worries for more. A
machine about fifteen minutes day. An
}&s are breaking bread together and ago. man with seven daughters never. does. apportunity buy as
drinking coffee'and eating pretzels -Kansas City Star. *
<: tsof yore. cheap will not be given again

i 0 Mr. Allen, of Sanford, who is in CANTON AND ORLANDO
Old John D. Rockerfeller has golfedIt charge of the Stock Exhibit at the e in 1913. Extra Specials I

around a nine-hole course in 43, Fair' and who is a horseman, havingseveral It was not exactly a Bull Run nor Every
,. 'reducing his former record of 4 4.
4 mares and a good stalion at was it altogether a Gettesburg,
r what makes him so proud of it is Watch Window
'l the Fair, was made rich last evening though it came mighty nigh being Day. Display
that- he has reduced the wear on the by one of the_ mares presenting him both
ialL with a bran new colt, black as a crow, Rain is a good thing for this countyat and Ask TJs .
0 and Mr. Allen says'its name shall be this season of the year, and some
. t No ragging at the inaugural ball, black beauty. times it is good for Golf, The match
G in:deference to Wilson's wish. Ragging It pays to exhibit at the Orange yesterday between Canton, 0., and d .
seems democratic, but it is not County Fair and Mr. Allen has shown!. Orlando, Fla., was called off on account
the politician but the father of three his wisdom by casting his bread upon of the rain. Some of the'Orlando . .
daughters who this the waters' each and it is I
on deportment year now men say that the Canton men
r coming back with a rich increase. don't need the protective tariff. Dr.
o Next year, there will not be stalls Stagg gave his usual explanation MARION B. IVES

The Sentinel has plans well matured enough in the horse department to alien things don't go right; namely
4'y' for the greatest newspaperplant meet the demands. that the signs of the Zodiac were

in South Florida, and will whencompleted wrong.
; beside publishing a daily WEATHER REPORT a .
ad weekly newspaper, will do.maga. Even to be mentioned as a cabinet .
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z line and book work. Legal blanks Rain Thursday, Friday unsettledand possibility will help some. I
and blank books will be made a whole colder in north-west portion.' o I
: I lie business. Watch the Sen fuel Dates to be remembered: Feburary I

frow in favor business. Patronize Sentinel advertizers. 26 ,and 27th.
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1 _have pairs __ :' : you, you Cotton) and Comforts, also all As a special for Wednesday!

:, hoes, Good Quality that are both men's and womens' shoes (or more) in value,.for $1.00 of ,bedding supplies, such as Sheets and Thursday we will sell !

f: Hot quite up-to-ate in shape, They must all go, as I have no your money this is your oppor Pillow Cases, or material.,for Deep Flounce j
Embroidery and
t but are first class in point of room for anything but iyp-t fJ.the tunity.. Look and see if you can making the same. Look at them- Lace y
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wear, and worth, and while they Minute\goods. r'fl find what you want-in the lot.' we !
1 : have a full line, and wil Ibe pleas- $1.25 Value for 98c; $1.50 value
last, we will sell any of them at If you are looking for the very We will also give extra good !
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l'l 'Mr. B. A. Benny, of Richmond, Va., .With mercury at seventy in February -I I " '"tlllllllllMlf" ,, .t i

l't who.has been in the city for a week, flowers blooming, strawberries HAND: I I,, I Illlllllllll
WADE leaves for points south today but will blushing, cauliflower freshly calling j ELIJAH ,-

; THE TUNER return and buy a home in Orlando.Mr. come unto the Fair, Maude, our Yan-t Funeral Directorand 1913 !L/ ocLels j
ORLANDO FLA. kee cousins must feel that Oange'ounty '
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has slipped a June ontoa
J. y: Gordon of Kansas, is in page
: LOn t winter callander.A Block Pine SL Phone 35 !
} the city this week and will study Florida -
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i! Tuesday three hundred and conditions from an agricultural resident said to the writer. I " " " " " '''

t. thirty-eight guests registered at the standpoint at the Fair. Mr. Gordonis never before saw an exhibit from the IndianMOTORCYCLES
interested in farm lands. tll..IIIIIIIIIIII'I.. ... .
r San.Juan. Hand Furniture Store and I am gladto
see their big store representedhere
l Miss Alice Allen is in charge,of the The lectures of Doceor Geisel are and only wish that others might CARTER'SNEW

: Test room at the Fair and is a'very next week, Wednesday and Thursday. get in line.Merchants. '

f" effective door keeper. Reserve these dates for those lectures STORE r
.... .'
;- and help make Orlando more growers and manufac

r The rush of the packing houses is beautiful and more sanitary. turers who have exhibits and have In Highland Grove Four H. P. Models $200.00

E' so great*that they, could not shutdown men in charge are not only advertis- Seven H. P. Models, $250.00

r-, for the Fair. Mr. and Mrs. Orlando L Gooden, ing but getting business. Ask Cohoon New Fresh Stock of Staple :

of Babylon, N. Y., left yesterday for Bros., engine salesmen, Hand's Furni- Groceries., Our Expense is I O., E. Eilpert:
p Mrs.' Mary Moon and son, Harryof their'home in'the Empire State. Mr. ture Co., Tracy Novelty Works, about Low and our Prices Low.
Taft, were business callers' in Or- this. We Deliver to Any Part
he to Orlando I ORLANDO
Gooden says came FLA. Agent for Orange County I
,t lando yesterday. through reading the Sentinel He I of the City. A Telephone
,' The Coast Line Railroad Order to 325 will the
"" bought propetry here and will return I Atlantic get liltililimilllMMMIIIilllilHiMtlimilltlMEstablished
; ,This has been a'poor season for the early next fall Company has taken notice of the Sen- Goods. .

:fuel dealer but a fat year for the 1 tinel articles on better depot facilities ;
garden man. and the matter will receive their OIL AND GASOLINE !
Mrs. A. G. ,Branham lost a gold,:I x
attention. Railroad Companies are DELIVERED AT
at the Luecerne .
breakfast pin
Mr. Wliliam M. Brittain, of the turqoise composed of keen business men who YOUR DOORtttllMMMHIIMMIillill
J firm of Brittain 'and Way,. is in, the ,Theater Tuesday evening while attending -, arm to keep abreast the times. II '
the concert. It was the gift 18 0. Rcf rence--our Bankers]
his firm.
north for .
of, her father. She will greatly appreciate
: The Tea Room served lunch to J. S. STANTON & CO.
the finder will returnit
it if ,
, Buyers,are paying $1.25 per box for thirty-eight people yesterday noon. FOR SALE-Sweet Potato seed of
to 404, Lucerne circle. the yellow Nancy Hall variety.Go Wholesale
Oranges in the grove and this is a The ladies are keeping open house Produce.

,money making price, to'the grower. evenings this week to accommodateout Consignments a Specialty. MEMPHIS, TENN.
,. The freedom from street shows and to Pope & Cox's Lunch CounterNo.
: of town people with a place to rest
Mrs Mayme Timberlake,of St. Agu- street fakirs during the fair are due and get light refreshments''and in this 1 E. Pine St. for something good ORANGES, GRAPEFRUIT, VEGETABLES

r, ustine; spent yesterday with her to' two causes. First the refusal of the ladies of the Civic League are doing toast 12t

, :daughter at the Cathedral School the city authorities to allow questionable a good service..L
,institutions in, and secondly the .
i.I :
k. No- state ,in the Union can show refusal of Orlando people to patronize It was an unusual sight to see

F: representatives from as many different ,such institutions. Duckworth's store closed all day yesterday -

[1| states as are now visiting in I and many people stood in frontof
Florida. The Drennen-Lattner Piano Com the windows and read the large

!i --- pany's place of business attracts posters that announced the cause

J P.' M. Shanibarger proprietor, off many'music lovers this week. Instruments thereof, and it is a safe bet that a

'Bears' Head banana and, plant farm such as are in stock in large crowd will be there today for I !

l of, Pine Castle, was in the ,city yes. their show rooms, played by skilful I shoes. Yowell'si
i: terday. hands, catch the ear of all who appreciate .

"- '- the sweet,tones so perfectly i Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Rogers, of
-f tThe Civic League will kook the tearoom rendered.' Painesville, Ohio, stopped off in Or-
: open nights this week for your II lando on Tuesday night to see the "
! individual convenience and for the The E. 0. Painter Fertilizer Com- town and have a brief visit with W.

., :good of the public _. ,, pany have 'an, advertisement in this S. Branch, who was their neighborin BIG 4
paper. This old and reliable firm his younger days. They were '
introduction to users of high of the Lucerne and hope to ,
1: ;Mr. John'Fried and wife of North neds no guests
grade fertilizers, but we wish to call be here for a few days visit on their
:Dakota, who has spent a month in
attention to the fact that Mr. E. M. trip back to Ohio in the spring.
this city started for the great north
s but return next Gross is'the local agent I
yesterday, year.
. -r- The Sentinel is attempting to cover SHOE SALELadies'
The San Juan Garage has an ex- every feature of the Fair, and esepc-
Harvay A. Fuller, the, genial blind
:: i
hibit of Hudson and Studebaker carsthat ially the display by the several enter
; and preacher of Pine Castle and
does creidt' to the enterprise of prising merchants who are helpingto
his good wife were in Orlando yesterday
x that establishment. Mr. E. B. Smithof snake the Fair a success. Several
r calling on friends.
Atlanta, who as Southern repres- hundred copies of the daily are sent
." entative of the double Fabric Fibre north each day by friends, and some ,

f. Mr. and Mrs. A. L Tareau, 'wh Tire Protector Company, of Auburn, of the people whose names appear .
; have an attractive home at Atlamonte, Indiana, is showing those goods in (therein will hear from strangers re- 'j'\

,:' visited ,the Fair, yesterday and were connection with this exhibit as the garding Orlando.
t the guests of Mr. and Mrs. E. L San Juan, is agent for these proteectors. o "

i Bliss, on Jefferson St. Mr. Smith is a clever gentleman Mr. W.'P. Vining, of Winter Garden S3150$4.OOanUS10$

t. thoroughly' in earnest in his was in'attendance at the Fair yesterday ,
Anyone who studies the advertisements work and Is getting his goods before and while he and his wife were

f; of Orlando business houses the people.WANTEDClean. passing along the walk near the rest
: will be convinced that there is no need .- room he suddenly dropped in his
of) mail order houses or out side mer. Cotton Rags the tracks. He was picked up in an un '

, chants contributing to their wants. Sentinel Office. conscious this city condition, and by with Mr. S.assistancehe F. Davisof Shoes in all Styles and 1

was carried into, the ladies rest "

room, where application of cold water ., -, : 4 m

"it soon revived him. Mr. Vining re-. I .- Leathers ,' \" :
t 'You are cordially invited ,to attend'our membered nothing of the fall, had no ,1-i >> ''' .

t I. premonitions of any illness and never J" :
} Spring Tailoring Opening before had experienced anything of 1fc :
; fr "
t ",",: held by the kind. A physician'was summoned ; -
f who diagnosed the case as indigestion
j i : ;-t,--i: :,ISAAC HAMBURGER & SONS poducing. a dizziness: resulting in TUURSDAY'.ONlY'
f ':; '- the fallMr. t

f" *'R-i': -,, .x Merchant Tailors. .
t. a George E. Nolan; the popular .
; Baltimore Cashier of ,the Orlando Bank and
b Trust, Company says that those rabbits '
-Displaying. the Only Line in America Backed By 'on their attractive sign, means .. .
r '" ; -: that to the swift in the great race of I
Real Merchant Tailoring
life is the reward given and that .
\ .
, Their, Representative will be;with as to take measures those rabbits ,in their race to the 25
< bank ought to teach,men'to be swiftin .

February 19 and 20th taking their earnings the bank ., a
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for safe keping and slow to spend. In ,J'" , \ t

other words ,that, the, banks 'of 'the : ,"_:.. .. 'r +
country are.the friends of the,thrifty .-" -, -
& DICKSON and 'of? malLmeans to
: : save-they."f.d1'aad:thas''get:ahead .The," Bid' White Store on Orange Ave. .

in, 1't1, +e world'fobeoire. the. rabbits. and
I /; get-- .aheal. ''m'the p'WGIW_ /,;would' ,be the,
witch, w/of\ ,oar, friend :Mr.WitW. .
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i W1WJSALE\,GROCEM.::AS QCI4,4. INFOWTlON'E A t BUSINESS> BOOSTERS :iiiipmiiiiiiiiiiniiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiif ,
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if -i
I' has CLASSIFIED ': :(**
ATOrf IN;TROUBLE This?department. been arranged
: ::: ; 5
Business Boosters (classified advertisements
benefit.of all visitors to. Orlando I
:for the received after 10 o'clock :. .'
The.. petition; for:rule. and attach ,but especially for those wishingto midnight, will be run in the "Too Late :: ., 0
:rsest'iit-ceatempt; in the, case of the attend the Orange Gouty Fair: It ,to Classify" column. II I
Boosters of five lines less II
or -approximately
United States the Southern'Wholesale'Grocers'Association is our to publish accurate
: against purpose
30 mortis one time, 25
et al, schedules, daily, of the arrival and departure cents; three times' 50 cents; one week When You Pay What a Thing is Worth

'.was." Wed,in the.ome.; .of.the United of trains, also, the hour and (six daily and one weekly editions)
,States- < Marshal- ,at Jacksonville, for place of public conveyances. $1.00; one month $3.10. :

the'Southern District'of Florida, Satnrdayevening :' to the Fair grounds. FOR SALE-80 acres of good land You Get the Worth of Your Money

: and the:process 'was .North Bound Passenger TrainsAtlantic i three miles west of Taft. 20 acres
served on Secretary Moore, and C. W.' Coast Line.... 10:11a.m.1 cleared and in cultivation. Good

Barttesoa thisjnorning requiring them. Atlantic Coast Line .... 1:35 p.m. buildings. Price' $30 per acre. Ad-
.. dress ,P. B., care Sentinel
'to', appear. :' in,'Binningham'. March 3, Atlantic Coast line ..... 12:31 a.m.
and:answer.0Service Atlantic Coast Line Local TRY a Sentinel Want ad and get're-

was,not made on President Tampa to Sanford ... 8:01'p..m. sults. i
Seaboard Air Line ...... 9:OOa.m. .
J. IL.McLaurin- : C. W.,Baker, they FOR SALE or rent-the'best farm in ,:. .
;i hot being found prior to,a short while South Bound Passenger Trains, Orange County. Magnificent build- :A
g than
'F' ,before noon';.toda7, Mr. Bartelson is Atlantic Coast Line .... 3:05a.m. ings, fruits .of all kinds. Pleasant good buy. .means. more getting something! at a

a out of'the city,and Mr. McLanrin, being Atlantic Coast Line, Local>> place care Sentinel.and good land. Address Van. cheap price. After all it is nothing but getting your

but at the time Deputy .,Tampa, ... 8:47am., money's worth.
,Marshal Finder-called this morn- Atlantic Coast Line .... 3:21 p.m. THE' SENTINEL reaches the people ,' /
ing.,, However,-as Mr.-'McLaurin has Atlantic Soast Line .... 6:41p.M. Make known your wants. throughthis II .

s stated that he will,'not attempt to Seaboard Air Line arrives column. I:

evade service, .he will probably be From Wildwood ...... 6:35 p.m. A NICE LITTLE COTTAGE of four ,';: Quality means cost, but everybody knows the better the

served during the day. S. A. L. Orlando to Lake Charm rooms in Highland Grove Subdi- .- quality the greater the durability. And it is durability

The, petition' for 'the rule as.filed, Leaves daily .......... 5:00p.m. vision to Orlando. Price $700. Easy .
o by the Federal'attorneys, is a voluminous , Arrives ... ........... 8:45a.m terms. S. Sentinel. that finally decides the net cost of a purchase.

f printed document, and deals in I LOST-A golden opportunity to ad- ,.....
;: detail'with the averments.made rela New 7-room house, with electric!, vertise in the Sentinel today.

tive.'to the,alleged contempt, and lights, bath and all ,modern conven FOR SALE-40 acres of fine land in We have experts continually on guard in our shops tot

.gives in full the .letters of President Je ces. Lot>> 75x200 Price, 2,850. Volusia County, near station and see that you get your money's worth. They inspect
.}{McLauri pOn which the petition for Terms to'suit. fine lake; $500. Terms. J. B. McKay, every
? contempt ale based. CHADWICK & COOPER. I city. nut, screw, every single part that goes into Buick manu-

.' Nine Specific Acts '.' I WANTED-First. Class Printer, capable < facture If the quality is off grade, they scrap it. If the

The, specific ,acts of contempt are 1 of taking faremanship. En- :) workmanship is off a hair's breadth, they scrap it. Ito
based upon nine letters alleged to have DRESS OF MALTESE WOMEN. quire at this office. .

,been written by J.:H. McLaurin, president -: FOUND-That the Sentinel reaches )i costs us thousands of dollars a year in salaries alone, to

; .of the association, and sent to Silk. Hooded Cio Hide Face and the people and is read. say nothing of the loss represented in the material dis

*&E following: ,Mobley and Smith, The dress Form of From the Maltese the very, singular FOR SALE-New-.-----seven- room house- i carded. That's the money we spend for the Buick 0 K.!
Fla. T. S. Saleeby
White Springs, ; '
and that of the women strikingin Seven rooms and bath. Modern in all o
'Co:, Fayetteville.N.; C.; H. Hamseur, the extteme.Yht'n_ abroad they are respects. Lot 75x200. Price ,$2850. ,
Fayetteville, N. O, (relative to the all arrayed in black. They put on over Terms. Address owner, care Sentinel
Adams Grain and Provision Co., Fayetteville their other dress a robe or loose skirt The famous Buick overhead valve motor is. guaranteed
FOR SALE-5% acres with five-room
); ,Baum and Patin, Glynn, of that color brought high on the house on railroad only few hundred to have more power and more speed than any other type

eLL;. W. B. Asworth and Sons; Bre- bosom and In plate: of bonnets their feet from stopping place. Plenty of of motor the market. It will
on pull low
Tardi: N. c.; Tennile Grocery' o..Ten- heads .are covered with a black silk ,shade and small shrubbery. Ten to stronger on grade

nile, Ga.;Miller Grocery Co., Clinton, mantle which invests their shoulder I l twelve bearing orange trees, pears gasoline than any other type of motor ever built and the
and descends halfway behind. and other small fruits. Good hunt-
S. ,C.. (relative to the Merchants' The part which corers the head I* ing and fishing, and especially suitedto .' fuel consumption is less.
.,Wholesale. Grocery, Clinton); A. Wil-; famished with a piece of whalebone Inserted those who come to Florida for the
erts' Sons, lumber and shingles Pal- in the hem. which keeps It in position winter and like the country life with
< easy access to town. J. P. Perkins,
quemine, La., and Cuthbert Grocery and prevents the silk' from dropping Orlando, Fla. General Delivery. ,

,,.Cuthbel1 Gay the averment being over the eyes One hand, placed, -
inside is always necessary to hold together till first f
that ,the .(defendants conspired, confederated ANTED-To. rent a piano
and with the sides of the scarf In front of April, must be in good working : ROADSTERS AND TOURING CARS, $950 TO $1650, F.O.B. ORLANDO
agreed together, or
and the other hand is often hid under order. Piano, care of Sentinel.
other :persons, to,prevent manufac its folds only a forefinger being sut t
; turers and'producers from selling directly fered to appear through the opening FOR SALE-New seven room resi :
and have under I dence. Bargain if taken before March I .
to the consumers, left for the purpose. Of course
1st E. H. Gore 11 Gore Ave. 2-18-6t
:sought to compel the manufacturerand such mufflers little can be seen of the :

:producer;to market his' products beauties of form or feature If a Maltese ROOMS Corner Hughey and Gore Cook Automobile Co.
;i through the medium of the wholesale nymph happens to possess them. The Streets, first or second story. Mrs. :
eyes and a moving, ,,pall black figure F. S. Hall. d3t.
dealer, and have conspired, confeder-
.Y are all ,that can be distinguished
ated';.and agreed together, or with But sometimes the fair one deigns to THE MOST COMPLETE and perfect- Orlando, Florida '
s; other' persons to preY nt_ the retail exhibit her face to a curious gazer in ly made line of Boys Washable
dealer:or the consumer from dealing place of engrossing herself the privilege Suits south of Jacksonville. Ages, 3

directly_with the manuf actruer,or pro- of seeing, and features good hu to 10. Newest models and patterns.If i
not under New York prices you'llnot -
than handsomeand
mored. rather pleasing I
ducer'who,was engaged in selling or
be urged to buy. Let me show
pair of fine
y p ing'.CCmmodities in interstate eyes irradiated are displayed by a 'to the beholder you.Orlando.J. C. Anno, The Boys 2-18-13-4t Clothier, ItnyHi I,tilmwnnnuuuuuuuuuuW.

The compleiion is a dark olive partaking ..
- -
ry YESTERDAY'S a a little of a sort of .mulatto tinge. WANTED-Clean Cotton Rags the I.---.R.......... ....
4 BALL GAME. The mantle I is obviously borrowed. or
Sentinel Office.
i rather It has descended from a distant .A. Sl&ughter. G.9.Wright.A. I I CHAS. LORD. J. N. BRADSHAW 1f
'a ,Rollins College,Defeats The "Profes age and-jifopie,. It answers to the veil I. i t t t t i t t e t t .D. f 0

...." in Listless Game of.eastern'ladies I. ti WrightTHE Lord & Bradshaw
thousands of whom are
Such figures
; I
.Rollins. Colleg /played a practice abrOad on the Sabbath, givethe streets TEN PER' CENT OFF SLAUTER MFG. CO. I j

game yesterday them'with 1 while Ormond entertained -, a funeral iwk. It seems as If all )Malta On y i Special Manifold Soil Pipe I[ We wish to announce to our friends, and the public generally, |
comedy of ,
,; ers h dgO e tutu mournlng.-PhiIadelphla : WAISTS, DRESS MATER '
? Fittings. I that we have formedp partnership under the II
rors. : EMBROIDER.
Inquired .IALS, LACES, Foundry and Shipping Point: I.' 0
-1 \Ormond' has-a crack lot of players, IES, NECKWEAR AND HOS- Orlando, Fla. \ I above firm name, for a general II
but they could not put the ball out of Scott's Narrow Escape. IERY S andChattanooga 1
s the ,diamond or field those handed The world had a narrow escape of Handkerchief'Specials '
R them by Rollins. never having known a Sir' Walter Scott Ready-to-Wear and Panama Tenn. | Real Estate and Insurance !I
'babe he was left In chargeof
When a tiny
.t As fast as one pitcher failed to put i .
\ a maid but the girl's heart was In Hats I business and are centrally located in a ground floor office at No.
the ball over the plate, another man MISSES HAMILTON & '
she wanted to :
Edinburgh. whither go Phone 535, Sightler Bros., for gro-
was yutrin his'place. to rejoinder lover. She was ,however DUNN ceries. Prompt 'delivery. 18 Church 111 S. Orange Avenue, (formerly occupied by Hamilton & Dunn
Rollins has an athletic lot of boysor compelled to stay and look after the Infant i Orlando, Florida '
street. i Millinery) where will be to meet all old friends
we pleased our
have The girl re-'
they never could stood up,to at Sandy Knowe. t tIt .
x a the number of runs they had to..make; carded her Charge as an obstacle'to be: t i t t t I and to maki new ones. _
.under Ormonds delivery.. The 'hotel removed and afterward confessed that I I I

,crowd 'was no match for, the college she carried young Scott crags I Our list of is
of the devil city an(acreage property surpassed by non,
catcher the (under a strong temptation I have some very desirable I
: boys. The Ormond on
first :half, needed a basket. He as cut she his,expressed throat: with Itt fully her scissors Intending,and to j j Building Lots overlooking Beautiful 'nut watt i and we have some exceptional bargains. COME AND SEE U 8.
Lake Eola which I
'would'do better taking biscuits off the bury him under the muss.Classifying 1 I am now 1 i

plate'than balls off the bat. He con -, -. --. offering for'sale.. These lots ( Lord & Bradshaw | ,
have doubled in value in the last
tributed to Or- Him.
so many goose eggs

monds decapitated side the at the score. end card of that the fifth he. was inning your"Brother contribution Hardesty for"the can't education you make of two building years.lots Without conveniently a doubt located DROPSTtWKST 117 S. ORANGE AVL ORLANDO. FLA. I IHMMIilllltMMMMtiHIHtllttilMitimiHttM I II Ii.

t and the,profesh Jimmie Archer,' the heathen a little )larger than usual j t are becoming scarce. If you .... ...--i...... -.... -..-----. Eli
Cubswas the I this year?" tare interested call and see me at
r' of the Chicago put in
''"Pr. Goodman. I'm more'han dun the Willola. r.s o.
box but he could not the
started that I \ :
Wing It. 1 have Just young: Terms.
rush,,of the Rollins boys until they est boy of mine to col1ege"-Chicago E. REINEKIN. REMEDY : i
had laid a score over them of 19 to Tribune
I" For aH form of I
1. \ '-' : Model Grocery \
,But these "big boys from Or- RHEUMATISMgKKMMy ; ,

.mond's big grub' house, assert that L.wa a,"' iwR Ilsttral

j' they/were only playing horse with I. The ':Little Tea Room Tnrtto,.ftfcn-' art .:_ .:1
the school boys of Winter Park yesterday .- .....,. 18 West Church Street .or

; and will play ,ball today. W.e } "SDROPS"STOP .<
shall 'see. 105 E. Pine Street, Orlando, Fla.
QlvM Quick feotlef

HAT.RACKEWYE, . ,,4.- "AN EXCLUSIVE SHOP FOR LADIES" I It stops the aches sad pains MItarea FRESH '
-' '
:. "j; swollen Joints and unaclM
r For eight years VfpNPIl'aervitorof .-..cUIJD08like natfc.Destroys t We Give Our Personal Attention to Our Customers and
one of the largest;SCpwU\ hotels ART BAZAAR AND WOMEN'S, EXCHANGE. FINE tte excess uric acid and is wick. No .),
.safe and sure ia itsresults.
has faithfully devoted. ,ijieseif to the HAND WORK.. EMBROIDERIES; STAMPED other remedy like it. Samp* Guarantee Satisfaction and Prompt.. Delivery

c hat'rack section of the great hostlery.For I GOODS.. ORDERS TAKEN FOR HOME- free on request'DRUMI8TS t Give Us a Trial
? eight years he' has','taken the MADE CAKES, CANDIES, JELLIES. SOLO BY
I One Dollar per bottle or sent <
.c-r hats and coats of-the guest, and re ALSO CUT FLOWERS paid nixm receipt of pric if not
turned them--always .with the palm '- [obtainable ia TOUT locality. | Sightler Bros., ProprietorstHIIIIIIttlllliiimiMIIMIHIIIIIiillllilltlltlt
of, the hand:noticeably extended.
"b 1N. Lap Blfsd.lNs ... .
-For eight, Tears, as the story>goes, Agency for '. 'f . .s, :
1)0 has performed, his humble duty > -

without receiving-wages for his work. SPIRELL.tCOR8EfJ.8 IMMIIIMMIMIIilMltllMHilillMtttitMllllttM*'
_z."the.reielt of this s ..
protracted MRS. VAN BUSKRK, Conetiere:
labor,of love!-. S WHILE VISITING THE -

Just the :other ,day the hat rack _
> :
.'- .man JwugKt' a,hotel. of his,own! -.1.\ : ass,$ ORANGE COUNTY FAIR

: of on oOnefourth .all goods. Sale BRIGHAM & HILL L TAKE, YOUR;; MEALS AT THE ;;

s-r; UiU.wtfl the:ftrst of March. M s(' 1


: -where ;. ;: :awe >f gettiag;jet wkatywwaatLj

:The SeatInel ie not a new paper,bUt BM, MIM Ili rMNr .
it if a good pafer. Drop around and Stationery Souvenir and Curio Sfore fftparri k the way yells imt, it

give M pan. twhs ltien.Sebaa'ibe .' .ti # all 1'i-: A. ti' ;
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.lAlfflNG G OVi- : NOT EASY- :BUSlExtracts -: 'jr .?.........."":.'-: .' -- - r ..... minium HIIMMIMMMMMH
>.;s :
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', from ;Los, Angeles. letter .
>:}written., by Wisconsin man to his home JTISTRE: :CEIVED '.' '

"'paper.. Mr. H. E.,Smith is the'author. THE ,
That in California THE MARKET .
raising orange groves
is no.joke and that many'disadvantages : OF CLEANLINESS OF QUALITY
' are encountered with ire- . .
"'' '
quentchances of losing out, is the .,' ;,
My Spring line of Men and
';opinion fl.1L'E. Smith,-of. Wausau; "

::who writea interesting. letter l to Boys Straw Hats in all the

, :Los his home:Angeles.'paper The, Antigo'letter follows Wi&, :from .new shapes.., Nice line of

f.i "Los Angeles, Cla., Jan. 25th. Panamas for $5. My' spring US TOUR
+,Editor Record-Herald: LEND 5 EAR
Trouser is
H, "So many of my friends have asked line now completein .

Lffle to look up'the orange: and lemon all new.shades.Clark .
proposition and the information I

f have gathered has grpwn to such'a .

15:.bulky mass' that 'think the best interests oIGE 1 : :fiABLED __ __w Z J_,;. ':'-
?*: of all of'-us will be served if .. OUR PA US TO 1tIAKE BEAT -

\,;can.get you to print this,somewhat Robertson STRIDES IN ESTABLISHING IN ORLANDO ;:,.--.t::&
;rambling dissertation on the ,subject ,.wrap
'of citrus fruit farming. By a sort
';:of negative deduction (whatever that '
HI) 'I hope a large sized boost, for Successor to Jerome Palmer & Co. ,, PERFECT MARKET .
'good,;old Marathon County lands will

Abe'plainly observable to ,even' a man

.nui'glaas eyes.. v I .
.,< "I'find that if .I write to each individual l,::" .A' VISIT US AND NOTE THE ABSOLUTELY SANITARY .i f..t'

> I shall'be doing noth. iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiniHMmiiiMiLET'OTDOIT . METHODS. WHICH GOVERN. OUR HAUDLING OFf .
; '- :: .. .... tstaiBest I. ,.. -
;';JngjUe all winter, and I hav? pther ; .- rT*. .. ,
;activities in which I must :indulge, : : .n-

such as picking roses and icicles from : Meats Poultry and Game J

', one',and the same bush; sprinklingthe : .
, lawn in the dewy morning encased I u'you have ,property to sell
: din 'a Wisconsin winter overcoat'and :
:fur mittens; watching :very tame : Let Jim do it. atisfactory, Accurate Service '

v'prize fights'at Vernon! Teaching thetiny I ; = 1. (,.'.1'1'.''..;.''.'....f'. ,."l,.... ._, __.. * ......
.. .but. very active ,California ant : If you want to
that he must not try to disarrange : buyLet ', OUR
' Jim do it. s '
: the ,domestic economy of a small butrespectable I PURCHASES DELIVERED WHEN YOU WANT THEMfit
>' Wisconsin family; buy- :

ing wood at $16 a cord, aj djfl&At*1, City d.C6 tn try Properties, Farm , .

:c;,golf and temprfowsalnents boosters; listentaMtauifornia emitting -- Lands, Groves...and' Tracts Look Over this List of Specialties

| hot air, which, sadly, cannot be LOOK AT'THESE BARGAINS
sensed for heating purposes; occasionally Twenty acres, 10 acres of which is lyi bearing orange
$ digging the house out from under grove, and balance of 10 acres in timberfi nd, five-room PERFECTION ALL-PORK SAUSAGE CHOICE GRAIN FED POULTRY Q

||a:Santa Ave sand storm, bathing in cottage, located three miles from city, price 4 ,000.00. ALL VARIETIES OF CHOICE MEATS CHOICE DUCKS AND GOSLINGS
[f the Arctic Ocean-no, Pacific, and Twenty-five acres, 10 acres of bearing givye, 600. SELECT OYSTERS FRESH FISH
::,basking in the glorious sunshine.' trees, five-room house and barn, located on lake'iront,
\. :"But, to go back to the farm. ,This four miles from city, price $4,000.00. \
information I have gathered comes : Thirty acres, 15 acres in grove, 1000 trees, 15 acre

from .sources that probably nine out : of fine farm and vegetable land located on lake front,\.
<"of ten laymen would use for the same : four and half miles from city, price $5,000.00. Parlor Market

t:purposes-bankers, lawyers, real estate : Forty acres of virgin pine timber land of fine fruit and
.:. men.and ranch owners. vegetable land fronting on Lake Conway, four miles from :
" Danger To Industry city, price $2,000.00. r
"Citrus fruits embrace these; Twenty acres of lake front land near city suitable for \

,"Oranges, lemons, grape fruit, quinces sub-division.: 'Price $3,800.00.
, and tangerines. The market for these 'Forty-five acres, five acres in bearing orange grove, "- . H. M. SELF & CO. very large,'and the business small house' and barn, located at Conway five miles from

.of picking, packing.and selling is well city. price $1,500.00. H No. 18 20 East Pine 4r et. PHONE NO. 80 '
attended to: for,the ranch owner by Five acres with cottage near city, price $1,500.00 \.. .. .
\various fruit growers' assoclations.'fl'he Three and one-half acres with twelve-room house located ' -4 '
dangers- that hang over the citrus near city, price $1,500.00. H .
fruit:farmer's head'are}drought, frost Twenty acres with.bearing.grove of 300 trees small ;.
t and black scale. This last is a minor house and barn price $2,800.00 "

*:evil;;but: it ,must' be watched or in J rDAU/VADH* OFFICE OVER BLUE, DRUG IIIIIIIIIIIIIII'IIIIIIII' " " 'tA"I"1" " " ". " " .
u. vKrlflf UKU.
! die. There is STORE, ORANGE AVENUEHtlliMiiMHIiiillllMMMMMMMMIMHtlHIim i
f,.time the trees will practically
no loss ,from wind or light- I _

.-Wing"The greatest' care must be exercised Eli -.....-.
: in the selection of land if a man .-IGtJJI81F' .11 .
.intends to start on virgin soil and roRlAN A
;build up ranch.: Only an'expert can NEW CASH STORE

,'tell and:what many'acres'land will are grow sold citrus.for, orange fruits, IRK ,

farms that will only grow walnuts or Capital art Surplus and Undivided Profits $120,000.00. 3 v
: date palms or alfalfa. Of course, walnuts -
Cor. South and Hughey Sts. Total Resources \
over Tkree-parters of Millioa.
,dates and alfalfa-make fine crops a .... -
but one,should_ :know what, buy : '.
, WE BUY FOR CASH AND SELL FOR CASH. WEKEEPOUR Report of the Condition of Orlando
,ing and not make; the .mistake, of '
:! trees walnut Bank and Trust Co. Condensed
planting orange .ron _
ground as it'"takes'much time and From Report to Comptroll .
more money to find out what the
Our Prone No. is er Feb. 4,1913RESOURCES
trouble' is. .. .
,"I have heard, too, that these benevolent 0
'. And an Order will Have Prompt Attention and will Loans and Discounts 393161.05
real estate men out here 'plant' u u
.-'orange lands, much as the old ,miners Delivered to Any Part of the,City. ,3 Overdarfts ...u...u u.. 193.53 i .

.used to 'salt'.a mine, but I think thatgame Stocks and Bonds ....... 26,018.33 ,
,D. B. RAYBON Proprietor ORLANDO, FLA.
is,little to be feared any plore. Real Estate, Furniture and,
rr? -"After the land is selected the Fixtures ... ........"' 25,853.44
young trees are set out, varying in s Cash on hand and in Banks 215,084.83

number from seventy-five to ninety r' ... rl'cPePe 1iII
to the .acre; and then comes a long 660311.18
: siege of careful nursing and watchful I, LIABILITIES

". tenderness until the fourth 'year arrives Ins ranee f f Capital Stock ...........$100,000.00Surplus

when, if you have been fortunate and Undivided s's
enough to have. escaped all the Profits ... ........... 22,832.33 s

... ............
:.,evils that seem,to be forever dancing Deposits 537,418.85 x
: 'around a citrus fruit tree, 'your crop Best Companies. .. J-, _..
x ought'to pay your expenses for, that ?660,31L18
Lowest Rates e
'' The next year, the fifth, you
We invite the attention of our customers ,. t
should have a full crop from the ma-
1 Honest Losses and friends
Promptly to our statement
tured grove, which, as near as I can above '._
and wish to them that
figure it, on.a five acre .ranch would Paid assure .
Adjusted and we appreciate their patronage, and
$2,500 net is, .the association -
: ;pay you That ask for continuance of same.. -
it 11a box for all
pays you $ Don't forget that our,deposits" are V ,'i j jI .
: and ought to have
they pick you
k/about 2,500 boxes. This' income will VI insured '
S I I A cordial invitation: extended to I
f;continue for years,-neither much more our_city'' and>open if 1 '
I*or. :;;much less. ,, if your crop matures' account with '
;',perfectly. If your, fruit freezes or p. Id files fevernaat,Slate ad Cmty Deptitorj; an :

-3 shrivels up from drought any ,year Phone 172: 23 South :Orange Ave. L < .1 (J

'r tyou receive for that year nothing.The .. .. . -T. :. 0 -.o,. . <- _ - .
at ,
pickers refuse to touch it any price '

'.;:and it is allowed to fall from the trees I JttlHtlillHHIMilimIF .
:. - ', '
''2t\ and rot Laad i*,.,Too HIghi UNDER'i'AKE" ARMSTRONGThe - ,ITS'ANYTONGJN] *".1 'k," :JiRMcSAY. , '..
1 "The cost of this virgin land varies : r .
pfrom' $600 to $900 an acre,and it costs ,ARTISTIC.PICTURE FRAMER. of,OrlandoMMIMMIIIiniMIIIIII Oscar Hand, "DRUGS :P10NS.:,,, '' '; i: .,i BUILDBiLSep ..d AM:Werk.'r . -'

$100,an acre,to plant to trees. Then ,PINe BTRECT ; iIDG t'Pd- : TIi t Aft .. '
: ; --
'' ;there: are the added items of irrigation &SonSuccessors DeLANEY. .' -
__ ,1I.H.i.t
+ ditches for four , I : : . : ,
: living expenses - - .. l' .. :._ : 1rorlt. Gur_ -: -
'years, tools, buildings,and labor. Any. to E.. Hud ; eA'. .. 4t
t :; .rrusa:
where he ,
one interested! figure oat: ,> T
.. '
i hill stand at the fifth year,-and easily ,SEE SLAUTER'S .NEW 'N'K FULL LINE OF COM it s =.. .., '" "
R HTERSManufacturer ,
; determine. how,mucb ask':is requried'to $ SANITARY : ,", PLETE HOUSE:,FUR, ,- : .,, ... TN Pi.... risen 1
;b 1 --J get started- ,in';< .. no child's play and,the last Stone, Fancy Columns and
\ distinctly ." kt .Ilrl.,Yeq.ot
; tUng on'earth for,the poor',man to I Ornamental, Work IN ANASEE: US:' \J =:: ill. two ...... a......, :
Absolutely Sanitary.and
think! of. They advertise':out here : <
: t'F ele at Railroad ,
\ by ,all.good,'plumbers r ... .. wI9ssssH& 0 i
Fife acres of oranges'and fodependContinoed '- . -: '' r -- ',.. t+ ll, i
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Dr.Thacker took as his subject last :-r-i- \:: '" "

.3 S 'Vi! Merest to :!oven 0 night Christ", "The First Three his offering Offerings to atonement of '
for sin second his in 1
offering . .t :
TELEPHONE NUMBH&-60CIETY EDITOR heaven to make intercession for the "
t OM.Nu* r 24 .BdUcaet Nuricr. 2318PBCUL saved, and third his offering again toreceive .
those who love him. I.
KOTICB-Notieci lor the Social ud Womtny
: Department can U
fomBHHiifafrd to the Society Editor by either. of tbe'above telephone, hail The, speaker strikingly contrastedthe ...... . .. : , > s.: :
c written ft otleN to the Society:,Editor cue SentineL 'Notices of social fractionsehb.Meetinci significance cf the first appearance .
..dmreb.:nthfrinn and other ,hem* of social interest should be when Jesus made Himself an'offeringfor : :- .-. ;. ,,.. '" 'i"t', ', .: .:'-': \ :, '. '
telephoned to this department u soon' u',.they occur in..order- that their news- sin, and the last appearance, .
iti impaired. ,' ,
;" when he will, receive those who have i",' : I ,

been redeemed aud who love his .

appearing.The .
RACE PROGRAM TODAY BOB HOLLY .IN TOWN, I atonement was shown to leave
: :I IJrTEEE6rr:
man without excuse since grace was .
r First Race: 2.20..face.:: Bert: three We have heard much of Bob Holly supplied I for all his needs. The love

) in.Five. 'Entries: Prince Patchen, bay read'much, (Bob Holly (for the man of God is preeminent in the atonement -

gelding,. breeding unknown, owner, who says he doesn't read what Holly Because it was not the sinner The Earning Power of Money!

t Dr. Price; .Brocton, Ala.; Polly. D., writes doesn't tell the troth) and we who loved God down .to man, but God

bay mare,, breeding unknown, owner have shot paper wads at. Bob Holly, who so loved, the sinner as to bring
rt't R. B. Tajl Jacksonville, Fla.; Rav- but never until yesterday did the editor the Son of God to earth for man's Is it working for you, or ,

k an, WOodbay, golden, breeding.un- meet. him. We are sincere:: :whenwe redemption.The .

w:,s t known, owner W., W. Plumber, Jack- say we are glad to know him, for intercession of Jesus is for Are working for it?
IOn i11e.; Tom, Riley, bay gelden, no man who clasps his ,hand could those who J4ye apprehended the love you

'breeding Unknown, owner Senator W. feel otherwise. One glance told us of God an M, Jgou, Eustis, Fla.; Cairy Would that:'Mr.; Holly is one, of those open in their lives. Man has an advocate IB either case we have a proposition to "interest" yon.

Not, roan' 'mare,,by Holly Would Not, hearted, good natured whole souled while infirmities and sin give
: 'OWner, Ed. Cormmack,'Ocala.:: ;' Coffie' fellows that you must like._ him battle in the flesh.

Belle, Day: mare;' breeding unknown, We did not' take time to tell him Men were urged to accept Christ, TIE[ PEOPLES[ NATIONAL l BANI :
owner F.,McDermitt, Jacksonville. why we have decided not to let Or- because he is the only redeemer and

:Special' Race--Three in five. Entries ange county be divided, but are arranging because as redeemer he has done, all

t ; Billy Melson, bay, gelden,breed- for' a fishing trip' with him that even God*.can do for salvation.If "
lug unknown,'owner Crosant, Jacksonville' in the near'future when we will con- Christ is n accepted in his atone- "Just Around the Corner. '

? L ; Rex Riley, bay gelden, breed. fide to him our reasons and set him ment and intercession, then his offering .

ing unknown! owner George Sprague, ringht on the question. to receive those who have accepted DOWN TOWN AT THE FAIR
: .Jacksonville; Joe Douglass, black stud We like a man of energy and grit, and love him can have no bearingon .
t. ,by Joe Patchen:: owner C. H. Spargue, and admire him for standing by his .the man who has rejected the offer ON PINE STREET IN MAIN BUILDING.

;Ocala; Hal Pulaski, chestnut gelden, guns, and this is one reason why we of love in the sacrificial death of .

breeding,unknown, owner, D. D. Mel- have labored so diligently to get Mr. Christ ....,) ''\.

I den, Weetville, Fla. Holly set 'right on this county divis- Mr. Fisher sang with great sweet- rr'r, ...,-.. -- --.. ..
c :Running Half Mile Dash: Entries ion question. ,Mr. Holly had two ness and ower and the song service ,IJ r; .. -
A Louis B. Owner, :G. F. Bell, Ocala; friends with him, who were acting as preceeding the preaching was heartily "r_r ;.r .- .' a"It ;" .'\.

.t Hazel Thorpe bay mare, owner, W. his right and left supporters and a joined in.Services. .. ,
: W Plumber, Jacksonville Lon La jolly trio they -- "
; were.
at 10 a. m. ,and 7:30 p. m: -
4 _-. crier!;_,owner, W. W._Plumber, Jackson- Welcome is written over our door, today.A / ,
/ '
(rile; Van' Star, chestnut gelden, boys, come again. .I.
owner ;.Dr._Winanga, Orlando, Fla., great many people still seem to I"r .) : .
NOTICE f' ..' _
consider parcel post a joke-but they

:i KELLERMAN.DAVID CONCERT i are not express company officials. f,
The following stores will be closed o fl'

.t t The Kellerraaa-David :concert Monday -; this afternoon after 1:30 so that pro- Going down to the sea in ships ap-

exening. fully',merited the :veryhigh prietors and clerks may attend the pears to be as perilous now as it ever: e. 1
standard which press reports I Fair. J. S. Rowland & Co., Dickson was. /
.elsewhere had given these talented: & Ives, F. A. Mann, M. E. Weeks, .

'muttdans, both of whom showed .the Model Grocery, and the Pure Food Kent and Elgin counties, Ontario, I.
skill,and knowledge of true artists in store.
last_season raised overy ;OOO bush-
'1 their work. els of beans. Printfpal crop of the Need the Am forced sell
Money. to eight
The Mendelssohn Club is to be *
warmly congratulated upon its sue. ,t.- or a e. located lots in best localities. Three of these lots

tree in bringing musicians of 'such I It was, evident from the large '/'are going to publish a good
. covered with handsome trees. An attractive price will be
rank,here Orlando 'r are orange
being very fortunate 1 I crowd that assembled in the grand .ii'iaper every day in the year ,until
y .' in thus having opportunity af- I stand and staid until the dose "Afte our help, new press and ,new folder J made if sold before Saturday, February 22. 4
-.1 foded to attend concerts so enjoyable .last race that horse racing a feat- reaches us and then it will be better.
r as,has been each of these given under. ure:of the Fair of whi5kt, the people o ./" . v >' Address P.O. Box 561.'THE" .
the ,auspices of, this club never tire. /" Plans for the inauguration of President -, ,

A very enthusiastic audience was The field of hoses was hot large Wilson include a fully equipped
: present t; thCugh'it is .to be regretted I but they were. farce lot of horses'thatwere emergency hospital for inebriates.
r that a larger number did not avail not ntffsclacsed or out classed. Here's hoping it will not be needed.o '

themselves this privilege. Mr. 9/orge A. Mills, the starter -
} :Several encores; chiefly of old timefavorite manages the driver with, perfect ease Only-about one-third of a grain of ,

." : songs were: graciously given, ant'great skill' and has won the goodwill raidum is produced from a ton of ore. "
'" t' each number.being'truly--appreciat. of the people by his prompt ,de- o .
4 livery of each race. The Postal Telegraph-Cable Office is .
CIMP'. .MEETING. SEEBRING" The heats follows until midnight until further
:-- - : yesterday were as now open
: notice. iI. -
I An .old fashioned Camp Meeting 135 Pace in 3, Purse $150 ,

} ,lbe- heYd at Seebring, Florida be- 'Billie'Nelson b.g. (CcoaSeniy) *. to IllGertrude's The Pagoda on the 8lan9 Rack. 'BIG BATTLE'N
nFrlday One of tht iirimi* MMH" 'ii Burma
: ; of this week and con- Route b.s. (Plummet) 223
bowlder "u l\etus:1 height i
,t rtardi 8ri IfAf Cassie L, b.m. (Watkins ,.. .. 242 Is a bare
that rests lu delu-wte 1Nbe on theerj
+ new :auditorium has been completed Elwood, D. b.g (Hand) ,,_.. .. 434 brink of a' ronnd,l cliff So un fabh

I ..e; with .a' seating ,capacity of Time 2.2432.27W', 2.25%. is the equilibrium that the rock trembles
,2660'' people, ,and camp grounds ar Special Race In the wind Very naturally thi
ranged with free ,tent space Duchesse Hal, b.ra. (Wilson) ..3111 odd freak has attracted 'the attention

<'Among the speakers' are: Rev. H. Little Hal ch.s. (Lockhart), ....1233 of the superstitious natives, who look
Cv,Morrison, of Asbury, College, Ey., Maud W. b.m. (Williams) ., ..2322 upon it as a miraculous work of till-
.Y ,Rev. Will Huff, of Sioux City Iowa, Time 2.39U, 2.3534, 2.34%, 2.3736. gods. They believe that the, rock
hair of Buddha BFGINS TO-DAY 9 A.M.
Geld! in place by a
Rev; Chas.: Wright, the Quaker,Evangelist -I Running Half Mile Dash hence[ they have clambered to the top

_*: of California,.Rev. J.'H. Norris, Lon Lanier b.g. .. .. .. . . ... 1 of the rock and built there a pagoda *,
r of Pittsburgh, Revs. J. M. and M. Hazelttworpe, b.m. .. .......... 2 which is about twenty-five feet' In i .
t J.. Harris,'of Evanston, III; will have Ban Star ch.g. ..... ...... ... .. 3 height Should the bowlder ever fall

,charge of ,the..singing. Louis B. b.g. :. .. .. .... ... .... 4 as is quite likely to happen, and dash
Time 51 seconds.A to: death a handful of worshipers the $25,000.00 worth High-Grade, New Stylish Shoes for
blind faith of the devout people would
t WITH THE THEATERS not be shaken for In the catastropheno ,
Theater: goers were sorely disa- GREAT CURIOSITY doubt they would see but a man! Men, Women and Children to be thrown on"

pointed last night Many tickets had festation of divine wrath at some un
been engaged by outside towns for Mr. W.,G. Furlong, of Taft, broughta conn.ions sin of commission or omN I '

"Freckles" at the Lucerne, but by real curiosity to this office yester- don

seven o'clock telephones. were com day, in the form of a petrified rattle PUBLIC SALE
snake is coiled and its A Quaint Costume. ;
ing in from all sources canceling res. snake. The
The Thames waterman of a formrdaj
'errations ,on account of ,the heavy head and eyes are well defined while was bound 'by a number of regtrictions. ,
rains. An unusually good house was the coil can readily be traced to the' He was the first public

played to, however, notwithstandingthe I tip of the tail. It had evidently taken servant to wear a uniform "Long before Every pair of this Mammoth Stock marked down to the
bad, weather, and those who at its meal just before it was buried'fo England's army and navy wore
.leaded' say they ,had their money's the enlargement of its body in the any distinguishing garb writes GUT
The Red Sale
worth region of what corresponds,to a stomach Nlckalls. "Thames watermen wereknown limit for Quick Tag,
'The Grand., had a good lot of in ,the snake would indicate this. by their uniform and badge. a

r u pictures fort.its patrons but the peo- The spots are so distinct that Mr. plaited and coat hat knee according breeches to fashion and stockings but Prices tell the story of the great shoe sacrifice. Dont miss lit. .. '

<_ .ple did not brave.the elements to attend Furlong in walking along saw it and always a plate on the arm either of .
in very. large numbers and consequently thought it was a live snake coiled the Waterman's hall to denote tblli
missed'these fine views. ready to strike and he got a stick they'bad the freedom of the river and

The title :Favorite. : always has a:I an.d'proceeded to kill it. But his astonishment were licensed. or the badge of their f
crowd" rain' or ,shine and did a good, was complete when he eaployer., Any person rowing or Remember '
-n" business usual found it was rock. working any boat wherry or other
vessel who bad not Mired seven I ,
s Mr. Furlong and Mr. Heinz, 'who
years as apprentice incurred a penalty
,THE SUNSET PHILOSOPHER own farm lands west of Taft, and are of 10.M-London Globe. ,
.After'.a 'stronger discoveres he is acquainted with conditions, are of the : At '9 a.m.. to-day, we give away 6 pair fine Shoesto ,

4n a prohibition town he;immediately opinion that his snakeship Was in ages Arabian Snuff.

:discovers: ;that;he':is thirsty .and,then gone by caught napping and buried Snuff In Arabia II not used as It I* the men and women holding the lucky ticket, 3DUCKWORTH
; proceeds, :: to, discover blind pig.. by a wave of water and sand and that with,m. although one occasionally se'i
married.'filk the drainage and tilling of the soi .snuffer,. but the snuff is ordinarily '
$ see some gallivant -
made.into a pill of abut the sire of ;troblo' join the crowd that will gather at
around you'd think they wire:obeyingthe causes it to settle .and these buried teg and U placed between th- So .

r conaandment. : .Thou shalt not reptiles, like stones gradually worktoward tower front Up and the 'teeth Thl-. '
f coraaitt to'memory. the surface,for this was found ,manner ,of using snuff is common '
That's no'way'to. preserve,your in where :the recent. heavy rains ,had I among the laboring class. and. almost I $
.dividnality-4fyy pickling'.it washed the earth,away..' every, coolie ttiat is met:In,the:tom E. (l.
This curiosity-will be on exhibition. bat his, tower:Up puffed j &t bra bait ,
Charles. : C,; Weiss, of -,York,' Pa, at' this,of9ce'for some:days.-' of'snuff'':behind' It. Arabian muff b '1
prepared! oat of'rnr ordinary*powdered
,'is a gueet 'of the Summeriin and. will" tobacco, oereflned_etisrand potash, ;ci.n/ 9a.m.
remain' 'ei1rnontha.. ; ..A_ question 1o get together on:: ,A J I Ct"'or"e'

.".' ". . |Good :Road*''System:for'Florida..On .. t. tQlJ TO DAY n
',The J iM. 'OOIII'1n c iaargeet the Civic 'withA o' + : Pete A'Cert La*:Cewke? 1: . :... ," '[ .
" : '; ' ':; : ', ,,the-:Fair," let'/joy 'be :,un-. 4ittr* '- ; iMitt : ;_ ; \.) -.' :,, . ., ... ". , /i
: 'j. LeslieOtt Jll'be:open:evenings. .during.. ,; Plae'atteet' M psi stisk'er. / ;, np : ? X ,__ ;lV :- : "'C1. "' '". >;J.. a*t" .. ." 1ie..t ..... r ' \t ;.... .. j-. '_ .. 0. tt
,. .. .fl...' .U ::. ;'lfp. ... .. 0.-of, $ _1w ail tt'IL \ :
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