The daily sentinel

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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 21, 1913
Daily (except Monday)
normalized irregular
Physical Description:
1 v. : ;


Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
newspaper ( marcgt )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando
28.533611 x -81.375833 ( Place of Publication )


Dates or Sequential Designation:
Began in 1913.
Dates or Sequential Designation:
-v. 1, no. 269 (Dec. 20, 1913).
General Note:
J.F. Schumann, editor.
General Note:
Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 4 (Feb. 14, 1913).

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,' DENIED RIGHT OF EXILE. S 10:00 a. m.-Field Sports. '. OF MEXICO DECLARES -

:'f" .';WUMORS OF .MORE WARS FOR Special to The SentineLMexico S 10:30 a. m.-Awarding of Premiums on Horses and Cat PROSPERITYWILL REIGN. DEPOSED PRESIDENT HAD .DECREED
S City, Feb. 20.-The fate .of S tIe on the Track. *
r- POOR OLD MEXICO Washington D. C., Feb. Lack DEATH TO DE LA
Francisco I. Madero, deposed President a. m.Addresses by Prominent Educators. *
'RIFE. of news from Mexico today has in no BARRA AND OTHERS
( of Mexico,was still in the balance 1:00 p. m.-Band Concert. *
f Special to Ik*-Sentinel this morning. 1:30 p. m..-Harness and Running Races. .* way relieved anxiety felt by Taft's Special to The Sentinel

;7,. Douglas, Ariz. Feb. 20.-That execution Preparations had been made at mid S 2:00 p. m.-Aereoplane Flight. administration over the outcome. Madero will be tried on the charge '

of. Gwrtavo 'Madero in Mexico, night for his departure with the members V 3:30 p. m.-Free Attractions Before the Grand Stand. It has been officially reported to the of murder growing out of the killing

; Tuesday ...nttesult; in a new"revolu of his< family into exile, but these S Closing Day-Saturday, February 22 state department that the revolutionmay of Col. Riveroll in a struggle that it-

tion .which will have its inception in were suddenly halted by mysterious 9:30 a. m.-Band Concert. likely take definite form any tended the arrest of Madero and on

'r 'Sonora,inside of two weeks is the prediction orders from General Huerta. The ex- S 10:00 a. m.-Awarding of Premiums on Horses and Catv hour. Council Holland telegraphedfrom charges of looting national treasury.

Jrely made in .Agua Prieta. 1 President, therefore, at daybreak was S tie on the Track.:" Sattillo that congress of the I There is little chance of his being

Sentiaent against the, new administration still in the capital Senora Madero S 11:00 a. m.-Base Ball Game. state of Coahuila has just issued a able to combat these charges againstthe

is also said to be very strong and the President's two sisters and his S 1:00 p. m.-Band Concert. decree refusing on constitutional overwhelming evidence which wfU

Quhatihau. Telegrams are said to aged father, together with the familyof S 1:30 p. m.Harness and Running Races. .. .A grounds to recognize. the authorityof be presented by his enemies.

:, have :been sent to the Governor off Vice President Suarez, waited at : 2:30 p. m.-Polo Game. ;, .H' '-../ Huerta. This information said Francisco de La Barra, the foreign

Sonora.offering to raise volunteer's to the station to depart for Vera Cruz 3:30: p. m.-Band. Concert. .; that extraordinary powers have been minister in the new cabinet, who wa

.f {'take the, field against Huerta if the' and thence for, Europe.But S 5:00 p. m.-Grand Closing Events. I j i conferred by the state legislative bodies I on the Madero's list of "those who -

4 government will equipt them.HAMILTONMUCH at' the hour which had been i r ee of the governor "to arm troops in ought to die" now sits in judgement

i i fixed for departure, Congress was still . S e i e t S 1 t t S t e e S s t i e 3 1 order to sustain and maintain constitutional on Madero as does de Manuel Mon-

;- IMPROVED., in session, discussing the situation. government in the Republic." dragon, the minister and Diaz's commander ;
[- ' ;- Senora Madero and the-rest of the I The government is said to be urging and Rodolfo Reis, the nee

1 x Special to The'Sentinel % party of exiles had waited impatiently fAIR PROVING GREAT A I other states and army to approveof minister of justice who holds Madero
.20. Charles GRIAT PLAY IS '
FUu-Feb. -
Jacksonville, ,
for more than two hours when they Coahuila state government's ac responsible for his father's death.
: .K. Hamilton,. the aviator/who was were informed by ex-Foreign Minister No member of the cabinet will go

i injured yesterday by a fall from his Lascurain that the ex-President wouldbe SUCCESS "fRECKUS" tion.Added to this, is official report that I further in Madero's behalf than to

biplane>> is' much improved today after ,prevented from joining them on Zapata is to renew his attacks againstthe ask leniency and those who are willing

ft restful night His physician an. their journey. head present of the administration. to do this are said to be in the minor
that his condition was much
Bounced .
; Wife Weeps Profusely. FIVE THOUSAND PASSED THRU ity.
Improved and that there were no.present Senator Lascurain declared that he GATES DELIGHTED A LARGE AUDIENCEAT Due to these facts comparativecalm Ernesto Madero also a member of : ,
:f signs of interaal injuries, which was unable to give any explanation THE YESTERDAY- THE LUCERNE WEDNES- has reigned over Mexico for his brother's cabinet is still at liberty.

should have shown' :4ip by this time for the intentions of Congress and EXHIBITS FAR SURPASS DAY EVENING. the last twenty-four hours has had He is the only member of the familyto

} >if they" existed. The. aviator has no General Huerta in regard to her hus EXPECTATIONS.Yesterday . little effect on the, situation Army escape and although Huerta and
broken bones tthe:result of his terrible -i if "Freckles" was the attraction at the
as band, wept profusely. She and her was a big", day at the and navy continued strategic prepara Diaz have directed every effort to be
experience but he is severely! party then left the railroad statitn Fair. Undoubtedly the largest crowdof I Lucerne Wednesday night It is a tions believing, that underneath this made to find him, he's believed to
3 bruised about the body and head. Barring ., dramatization made Neil .
; and went back to the city. any day this Wetk. It is estimated by ITwomey calm there rages turmoil that might have fled from the country.Member's .
;. unforseen -complications, Mr. from the novel cff Jean Stratton Por. break as suddenly did the revolution cabinet took oath
officials as
Adolf Basso, superintendent of the I by the that over 5000 people new ,
Hamilton is expected to be o before national palace, was extcuted tit 3 I were in attendance.In ter. The theatre was filled Incapacity a week ago Sunday. of office this afternoon.

many ,days. o'clock this morD D.g. Basso was an the Art Apartment, Rollins College A. G. Delamater, who has producedmarw I Troops, ships supplies in additionto

t In, the fall, Mr Hamilton was hit aged man, but it was said -that he has made a display that reflects very delightful lays that those already in south will be held YESTERDAY'S FLIGHT AT THE

on the back of the head or neck. This-' the blow him unconscious country, has "Freckles" under his '
was whichfrendered laid bare his breast to the riflemenand Their exhibit :embraces almost every formed a cabinet and given some evidence 5V
f' for an hour. ,Several mes his last words were "Viva Mexico line under the'head! of Arts and Crafts managers ring and has left nothing i j that he is capable of coping. Nothing in the special events of this
8&geI'haYe'beIn received by Mr. Hamilton to be! desired in.the production. There
!, ,." and their paintings in both oil and"wa I with the situation. Fair has given such universal satisfaction
from,friends in various parts of is no use dwelling on the wonderful
t. Diu Denies Responsibility.. ter eohn aw,with one exception born United States authorities state they as the aeroplane flight
r the country, asking for particulars of Felix Diaz ,today denied responsibility nature. story of the same title, as the great have been already spent over several Promptly ,at 2:30 the noted biplane .
accident and expressing the hope j demand for the novel -here in Orlando
the : > for< the execution' pf >Gusta\o Msy entries have been made l>y individual -, I million dollars in preparations. was in readiness and Mr. Wiggins
that he_ mai..speedilj recover. Adolfa : J I ,that it has been very generally read I I No reply has yet been sent Huerta
Madero and Basso, superintendent 1 in the water color line that mounted the driver's slat and touchedthe
!I {everywhere. In making the book intoa I
of the' national 'patace. The I I are exceptionally fine and show that in reply to his message of yesterday lever that started this mechanicalbird
SEE MUST SERVE TERM. ] play sometimes dramatizers fail to
official report of the death & Gustavo they liavesnuch talent On one partition to Taft, nor has any other communication on a flight, that in some respects -
catch the sailent points and
Madero says: is ac exhibition of photographs, therebythe been forwarded that would pointto is without a parallel. Evidently ;
j ; Teacher of Strange Doctrine Loses efforts of the author have ,been
"He was being removed from one many of which will be, recognized recognition by our government. Mr. Wiggins caught the mood of his
-! Appeal :io Supreme'CoUlL entirely.lost when its characters have
part of the arsenal to another when by our townspeople. They are photographs Mexico City, Feb. 20.-Madero condemned spectators and decided to give them
? 'Special to The.:Seutjnel.Springfield been infused with life. But not so
Ill. Feb. Evelyn he made a dash far liberty. The officers 'of beautiful spots in and to trial by Huerta late tonightnow their money's worth. '
: with
: "Freckles. It is an interestingand
interroinate in, charge fired at him andkilled around Orlando-also of Indianapolis awaits his doom in a cell in the he ran along the ground but a short
.r Arthur See must serve an
charming story of the homeless
national .
him. lad. palace.Realizing distance until he rose birdlike and
,sentence'of one to five. years for ab- I Irish boy with the beautiful face who
The death of Gustavt Madero is that practically all of the sailed around like' bird a few
; duction, said the Supreme strays into the limberlost and hires
; the lower court's still a chief topic .conversation HORSE RACING.It members the new cabinet have given hundred feet above the earth, occa-
which today-affirmed
to a benevolent lumberamn,
of the "apostle"of "abso- among the_ populace. Many people is estimated that 1200 people u.I up all hope of gaining his freedom. sionally making a sudden downward
conviction j and it is well worked out. His hon.
t,. lute life,", or'a number ,of years in today sought for souvenirs of the head semWefl in the grand stand yesterdayto orable methods and his hard battles swoop as if to light in the .crowd;
politician and one person paid $25 for witness the horse races. Every BALL GAME YESTERDAY several times coming so close and so -
;L Chicago. with the timber theives and last, but
r of H. Bridges a fragment of his eyeglass. inch of available space was occupiedand swift that the crowd scampered like
; The family Stephen not least, his love for the beautiful
i lived in the vicinity of the quarters the vast crowd was Interestedand girl Angel are produced in a beautiful The Ball game at the Fair yester frightened yard fowls before a hawk. ,.

occupied by-.See and Mona,Rees, who ANOTHER'INSPECTOR INDICTED. pleased with the faces. way. dayproved: good sport, the invincible After he had amused himself and n
There is something about the horse the crowd for fully twenty minutesin
FK was an associate in carrying on the It is said thre are five companies Rollins team making another winning.It .
Special to The Sentinel racing that catches the populace. That this manner he begun circiling
. work "absolute life. In December playing it throughout these United was a game characterized by upward
i 1909, it, was .claimed Mr. and Mrs. New York City, Fek.20. Special, same .something has always, existed. States, but it is doubtful if any ,of many brilliant plays on both sides and until'iie reached a height that

Bridges,went to. Florida, leaving the Police Inspector Dennis Sweeney, The spirit is caught in Lew Wallaces' them can equal.the one .seen here last fine team work by the winning Rol even a professional would class as

daughter, Mildred, about 15_years old, fbr twenty-five years reckoned as one "Ben .Bur" and puts a fadnating evening: They are capable and pains- lins team. daring-at one time going beyond the
of the stalwerts of the System terest in was story.
the rs of See ,whose work taking, and through their efforts the Following is a detailed report of
.consisted, ,leaching young children twice indicted yesterday. He was arrested The intelligence of the horses; 'his piece achieves .au ess. The scenic the score of the game: way, and was lost to ,sight for a few -

'how to avoid evil ways. When the on a bench warrant and arraigned manifest anxiety to get into.the fray and lighting effects are delightful and Ormond moments, and the applause} that went

: parents returned from Florida, Mildred before Justice Goff who held and the almost human tactics he em. the .scenes in .the forest and swampsof ABR HPOA E up from the#crowd was generous and

' .. refused io return. to her home him in bail of $10,000 on both charges. ploys,to win the race, appeals to human the limberlost are elaborate. Campbell as. 2b. ... 501101 I deserving

'tk; and continued .to,.the' quarters The surety was supplied at once and admiration. Perry Golden has been given the McCrehan, ...... 401200' He begun the downward movement "

of See and,;Mona Rees until the fact Sweeney was\ released without being And how like men are horses. Oneis title role and the management have Archer p. .......... 401131 when he had 'reached this.great; altitude -

1r';.. came to the attention of the police and put in jail He will plead guilty to- a bundle of nerves-he fusses and. not made a mistake in trusting it to Tulley, c. ... ... ... 4 0 0, $ 1 1 and made the decent with great

, the three were arrested. morrow. He stands accused of brib- fumes is get started-he goes by him. He fairly lives and admirablyacts May, Ib. .. ..... ... 400500Stran,2b,3b ease and accuracy; landing on the
ery accepting. graft from disorderly leaps and bounds for a time and then: the part. His Irish brogue is .....,. 201221 earth within a few feet from where he :

{_ A THREE DA Y '-BATTLE resorts in the Sixth Inspection District he loses his head and goes up in the rich and delightful and his singin-g Pryith ... .. ..../. 300400Johnson started. ,

E.- and of attempting to bribeGeorge air while the level headed fellow in well, one must tear him to appreciatewhat .. . .... ... 100001

Special to The SeatueL A. S. Sipp, an important witness the rear comes steadily along and! his vocal efforts really are. Powell, p. .. .. .. .... 302120 EQUAL FRANCHISE LEAGUE ,TO 11

4 London Feb. ::3&-Special-Three against him, not to appear. in passes him on the home stretch. We I Miss Ruth Gray and Angel gave McHenry . ...... 401000' BE ORGANIZEDAll

' days' battle between Turks and' Bui.gutavs court. do not blame anybody for enjoying a the part a delightful and refreshing Totals ........34 0 721 8 5

at Bulair in. Peninsula of good ejci&ig horse-race, it is .invigorating -. turn that dovetailed nicely with the Rollins those.interested in the cause of

,Gallipoli just ended according to disc DEATH OF ,CHARLIE GUERNSEY. and inspiring.The Roberts, 2b .. ..:... 502630 equal suffrage are requested to meet I

patch ,from Constantinople, Fighting pleasures of a race are very I lead.Brice Desmond; as McLean, the McClintock, Ib .. .. 4 0 211 0 0 at the home of Mrs. Jessie M. Thayer '

::terrific, on both'sides, each 'reported The sad news ,reached the city yes- materially increased by the promptness II member of the big timber company, Boyer cf, .. .. .. .... 512100. on Lake Cherokee, next Tuesday
';loss of 35,000 men. terday that "Charlie" Guernsey, one of a starter and in this Mr. Millsis Bernard Johnson and the thief and Kates, 3b .. ... .... 522010 morning (February 25th) at 10 o'clock

,Bulgarians' had 100,00D'men'iin. engagement of the finest and best loved ,of Or: an expert. He does it with ease Charles Marloe as'a bit of auld Ireland Melvin, If ... ... .. .. 212000 for the purpose of organizing as

; while 70,090 Turks wereaader lando's sons, passed away on Wed-: and fairness Today's races were as were excellent in their roles. Dunson, cf .... .. .. . 200000 Equal Franchies League. _

fire during various stages of nesday night in Hurley, Mist wherehe I follows: "Freckles"; will prove one of the Porter, ss, .. ... ... ,'. 211150 MARYA.SAFFORD, t

y'' prolonged battle. had gone ,not two! weeks ago for Carrie Woodcut' ro. m, (Wilson.Ill best shows of its kind that'has' been Froemke, c .. .. .. .. 2 lOa 0 0 JESSIE THAYER,

Among the .troops' were 30,000 under medical treatment In response to a Polly G. b. m. (Hamlin). .. .. ..223 here in a long time. White, c. .. .. ....... 000310Harris MARY B. PATTERSOH..
j the personal command of. Enver telegram received by the family on Prince Patcher 6. g. (Price)... ...432 rf,. ..... ..... 400200

Bey, ,who was slightly 'n mded. Wednesday ,morning Frank Guernseyleft Tom Riley b. g. (Igon).. . ..... .344 Bane ... ..!.. .... 400031Totals MARINES SAIL FOR CUBA.
at once for Burley, which is situated Time2.22%, 123%, 2214. OPEN .. .. ....35 6112713 1 -

SALE' A SUCCESS.. about'twenty miles from Mobile, Pack SpecialJoe Summary: Struck ,out by Archer, Philadelphia, Feb. 20,-Special- s
t because Douglas blk. s. (Sprague)... .111 The Postal Telegraph office is. open
Ala., but of the indirect railroad Roberts, Harris Baize; By Powell, Transport Mead with 1,400 marina

1 drew a.large crowd and an army of route he could not have reached. Rex Riley b. g. (Forth.232 eveyr night until. after midnight, Kates, Harris,. Dunson; ,By Bane, aboard, left League Island navy yard
,clerks were'kept busy all day. Of tMl his destination until last evening. Billie,Nelson b. g. (Hamlin)..... .323 which is a great accommodation' for Campbell, May, Poyette, McHenry' 2, today bound for-Guan namo. Each

first twenty-fYe, :who appeared' and AB yet no message has been received Hal .Pulaski. eh. g.. (Milton-)........444 Orlando., The: ,Seag&el aad receives: :-dispatches Johnson. Base_ .on ,Balls, off Boye; 3, man was supplied with 1,000 founds '
..until t..L w e know
Bade purchase*,'1Ie era. Rex Daniels, from him and it is not known 'just 'Homing- Rut Btt off Powell 2. Hit by Pitcher, byArcher amunition and provisions sufficient for
,[} Blythe. Watson, of ;this::city and, Pat wIleD he. ''ean arive- in,Orlando with'the Lon Lanier b. g. ..:. .i....,..... 1 theo be 'anaeeeuatfng: orce. ,. Porter -by" 'Powell, White. three months' campaign. Force
ch. ... ...... ..... 2'
R: Simmons M&itlanl;were prize win body: t Ban Star g. ,. : .. |Stolen base, StraiL Two-base hits, into camp immediately arrival at
t. Louis ,B. b. g...: .. ... ..... ... ... <3 :FAIR:NOTES' ' Archer- McClintock. Balk Archer
[ 1, the Island and will be held in readiness -
::.airs.Thsorki': : ware"aU ,too modest" ,to ROsS 000K. Hazlethorpe* b. .m..m..4. .: : :f. Bane ;:i.PU. ed ball, Froemke.' until they .embark for:Meriee
*, winnert their ::7 Time,51; ecotuie.t Mr. T, P. RdMntoa,'l Jll d..tei Wild Pitch, 'Archer. Hits off.Archer should
p ; **_** .1 Udy :priM. Last. night, at :$ ,o'clock, at; the : -: situation require it
7' ,.- residence. ,of the, groom's.father, Mr. tit"ABHLTRATO' : S'A4Drjiit.1l t k'.Miilinn ::5'!" 3 iaaings; off Powell.6 in 5 .inaiflgs. -

." .-. Charles. E.:..Ross and Miss' Eloabeth :-AGRZBBD'OI4'StMerabar& . ,,, ; .. .a6ibe' 1U.;!,,'ieoia*' id tle .. Umpire. .",Gore.. Florida .newspaper whit
&-, WtUTHBBlPQBT.except -- !'-. Cook,. were united in matrlage 1P.r.JDO. Febi.** 1I..I.t11a ,. f rilhwI it... ... ... ,:t. .. O. is published at'Busnell and called the

.Floriair= ak'1if'"'fair W.,Stagg. oMci&Ung.'Mr. . RflMkn government;lei apeeijto MrL "t J "iseirlnit.. : isiia 'The-! -esafete. for the"ptriag- of;acv St John's Tribune.: The new publication .
ptebtUjrjto **4 *****' in t .ROM fuse of.Orlando's' '. worthy: 'arbitrate.the :'Mss' ''' WI I J, r : li ral ...- ; ,
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.Clubs The_'General is' now well Federation launched of Woman's on! the 1 The Parcels PostIS

'work,to which'it is committed for:the'. BARGAINS' BARGAINS' BARGAINS'

:next two,years by, the action_taken at
,the;national convention the past sum. A GREAT .HELP TO THE PEOPLE
';'; 'mer.- Mrs. 'Percy V.1 Pennypacker,' of SO IS

,Austin, Texas, the elected president, We take pleasure in announcing to Ladies 'and Childrens Ready to
is'one of the best known'club woman McCulloch's Store the people in Orlando and vicinity wear hats from SOt up.

in the country and,her .administration Department that our line of Spring and Summer Ladies Rain Coats, Regular $3.00 .

it,is expected,,will be a brilliant Merchandise, which is, arriving daily kind, now $2.98. Childrens RainProof

tne. :Mrs: .Pennypacker was born in such _as Dry Goods Clothing Shoes, Capes from $1.98 up.
Sit,down and sum all bills, putting
Petersburg, Virginia, in 1861. She up your and t Hats, Millinery, Ready to Wear Hats, Ladies Washable Skirts, all styles
all in one amount, then come see us
o y 'a las been for several terms a, member the Styles Shown are varied enough from $l.2f up. ;
;' ,f, the "Executive,Board of,the General give us an opportunity to explainer up-to- to suit the tastes of every one, and Ladies and Children's Coats and
date plans for relieving your financial pains .
Federation/has served as its treasurer the prices are in keeping with every Suits at Surprisingly low Prices.

:: and auditor and during the recent purchaser's idea of economy. Calicos 5c per yard.
term as' chairman of the Endowment THOUSANDS OF THINGS IN THIS STORE THAT SPECIAL BARGAINS DURING French Gingham lOc per yard.
F Fund YOU CAN, PURCHASE FOR LESS MONEY THAN FAIR WEEK. To accomodate the trade we give

e The platform on which Mrs. Penny- ELSEWHERE. WHY NOT PAY THIS STOREA Shoes for Men, Ladies, Misses and away nice china ware for premiums

packer was elected is,indicated the! VISIT AND PROFIT BY OUR REPU Children in all styles and colors, high to everybody who trades with us. We t

following resolutions adopted at the TATION FOR SQUARE DEALINGICCULLOCH'S and low cut, to suit the taste of every Guarantee Satisfaction or jour mon.
-k convention to define the reforms to body.. All Shoes will sell at FIFTEEN ey refunded.

which a million women throughout 1 PER CENT OFF. 1
,,the country are submitted: I Ladies Shirt Waists and Middy Come and convice yourself.

i ,I; To. establishgood, roads, ,,, to ..irhelude [r T [ T T i Blouses of styles from 98c up. Your Trade will be Appreciated.Men's .

: ,a national highway from toast Ladies Dresses from 98c up. Straw Hats from 25c up.

-" 3 to coast Childrens Dresses from 48c pp. Men's Alpaca Coats from $1.50 up.Kanner's .

3, 2. To establish :a national park to, ";- OPPOSITE POST OFFICEto '" I'I'Try i'

include the Mammoth Cave of Ken- POSL. ;

'_: tucky.7o Shopping With Us by Parcel All Orde i I York
establish a bureau of National Receive Prompt Attention lew
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parks.,' I ...- ...-
4. To teach hygiene in normal TiT ."" II II I I -

schools;; I
5. To,train boys and girls after they !
";. 6. To ,encourage employers' liabil- LONDON DISPATCHJ. I Business Boosters (classified advertisements '
2y bills. : ) received after 10 o'clock
Pierpont Morgan has been taken midnight, will be run in the "Too Late I
appoint women ,immigration *
If You Would be Posted Visitor this
suddenly and seriously ill at Cairo, to Classify" column. be a Daily to Store
inspectors at all ports of entry. Boosters of five lines, or less-approximately . \ \ .
8., To, establish women police. Egypt, according to a dispatch from 30 mords-one time, 25
9., To,.aid the families of convicts Rome to ,the Exchange Telegraph Co. cents] three times 50 cents; one week

.through_ the, results of the prisoner'slabors. The dispatch adds that Mr.. Morganis (six daily'and one weekly editions)
today being brought back to Napleson $1.00; one month, $3.00. -

'10. To urge the use of the board the steamship Coronia and FOR SALE-80 acres of good land 1
Iterary clubs. that he is accompanied by two phy- three miles west of Taft. 20 acres

<;' fce 11.stage.To maintain higher- ideals on sicians The* report and two about nurses.J. Pierpont Mor- buildings.cleared P.and B.,Price care in cultivation.$30 Sentinel per acre. Good Address J fH MT Y !lAR W AR '

12. To establish medical inspection gan's illness given out by the Exchange :

tf schools, school nurses and,outdoor telegraph Company ,has not KELLER'S; Staffords, Arnolds, Inks, I
Curtis & O'Neal, Next Postoffice.
been confirmed or even mentioned .
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13. To,enforce to the letter the pure through any other news source. FOR SALE or rent-The best farm in
food and drug act. The Cunard Liner Caronia was due Orange County Magnificent buildings .
14. :To to leave Alexandria, Egypt, today, and fruits of all kinds. Pleasant
endorse the white slave laws according to schedule should reach I place and good land. Address Van.
tes passed on white slaves. care Sentinel
"j tes; passed, on white"slavers. Flume, Austria, on February 20, and y 0
'-: 15. To Naples on February 26. She is due to THE BEST LAKE FRONT lots in
protest against, the imposition % I
v Orlando at Schumann .
arrive in New York on March 10. are Heights.I
of any legal disability on women I have sir for sale. Carl Jensen.A .

;: lot imposed on men., .
:*17.: To :pass:uniform marriage and ICE MEN HAPPY NICE LITTLE COTTAGE of four
in Grove Subdi-
divorce laws. '
-Today's; Magazine. vision to Orlando. Price $700. Easy
r; >1\ '_ . The following, taken from a Mas- terms. S. Sentinel '
., 'II.LEST. WE FORGET sachusetts_ paper explains why the ,
BUY lot in Thornton Park nice J
; a a :
slow about coming to
people were
: suburb in east of the : Carl .
,-' part city. ..... .
,; \The' Woman's Titanic Memorial' Florida in, the fall but are now corning .Jensen. _' .
*" the birds. I As'C
in flocks like
Committe has raised some $30,000
Amild winter in the first half kept! FOR SALE-40 acres of fine land in
v_towards,the fund. for a memorial to. Volusia County, near station and
'commemorate the heriosm of the men ;many at home, who are now rushing fine lake; $500. Terms. J. B. McKay,
i :who died for,women-in:thewful disaster :to the land of sunshine. city. I - -
has been ."The cold weather of the past week
: ,of the 'sea. .The ,sum
,fathered in donations of $1.each,'and has driven "gloom" from the field of WANTED-First able of taking Class faremanship.Printer,,Enquire ca--
>tnly contributions from women are the ice man. The ,Greenfield Ice and I at this office. 'j Hardware, Agricultural Implements, Harness, Saddlery
;received lirs.Archibald Forbes of Trucking Co., have been busy since I I
Tuesday cutting on their ponds. At FOUND-That the Sentinel reachesthe Paints Oils Material Etc.
New York, a passenger who escaped people and is read 1 Building ,
-from. the ,Titanic, has forwarded to the pond on Shelburne street ice nine

the, Committee the very' dollar bill inches thick was harvested. This is FOR SALE-New seven room house
rather thin but the ice men felt they Seven rooms and bath. Modern in all Orlajddo Florida
that, ;Col John! Jacob. Astor paid to her \
At Graves' respects. Lot 75x200. Price ,$2850. ; .
could take
*as a debt:for losses in the last bridge no Terms. Address owner, care Sentinel i
:, ':fame played i injthe'saloon, of the ill-, 10-inch ice was cut fa: the ice us*, i i i I .

4 :fated ship. Most interesting of all, ally harvested 1 is 14 inches thick, the FOR SALE-5% acres with five-room:
house railroad few hundred : ==
*fcowever. is the contribution that hast pond did not cut enough' to fill, the feet from on stopping only place. Plenty'' of 1 t

COlDJ!,from Ah Ting, a.little twelve houses at one cut and ice was,drawn shade and small shrubbery. Ten to'I'

'jear-qid, Chinese girl,. Who says that from the Gunn & Amidon pond to twelve bearing orange trees, pears .
M Jibe to school days did make up the shortage. A lot of ice and other small fruits. Good hunt-
goes tea
venings in a:tea garden.. "I earned will also be stored in the barn fort ing those and fishing who'eom, and to especially Florida for suitedto the

and worked for that' dollar as a memento will be valuable next summer and winter and like the country life with W. M. SLEMONSi

to. Capt ,Smith, she writes. the company will store as much as easy access to town. J. P.' Perkins, i:

: **?fe.'went down holding a little child. possible. The harvesting will be Orlando, Fla. General Delivery. -

Thank yw.*' more expensive than under usual conditions WANTED-To rent a piano till first :

t Every woman is invited to participate -, for it costs almost as muchto of, April, must be in good working
in this national> memorial. To lay a layer of 10-inch ice as 14- ; order. Piano, care of Sentinel Spring Coniing '

:five it as ,wide publicity as possible, inch and more layers have to be laid. FOR 'SALE-:New 'seven room resi- IS tn! i
'28,000 woman's clubs have been circularized The drawing to muke up the defici- 'denc Bargain if taken before March
j with a statement of the pro ncy will also cost extra.A 1st. E. H. Gore, 11.Gore, Ave. 2.18-6t And we will offer to you a Choice Selection of High
--- Goods. . .
'j ct. Two suites of offices in the '
Union Trust .Bulling in Washington second Mrs.
Streets, first or story. --
ire now occupied by the large force of F. S. Hall. d3t | GOODS as well as FANCY SILKS, and FINE DRESS \ ,
clerks who ,
L are kept busy with the
j proposition made by a French OAK HILL is the beautiful subdivision ., the Many Accessories that Women Use. .. . . . . . :
t correspondence of the Committee and .
scientist recently has caused a sen- to the Northeast of the city and
the tabulation of receipts-Lady's I still have some choice lots there. '
sation. This scientist by I 1 1t.
Magazine.It proposes Carl Jensen. ci! : Bargains Six Days in Every Week
means of a canal, to let in the watersof i
the,Mediterranean'so as to flood a WANTED-Man and wife to take I: .. v We 'carry all the time a large stock of SHOES of the l
has been'decided that the annual great part of the Desert of Sahara.If charge of place for one year on I ':' best makes and newest styles. KING QUALITY MEN'S '. \
;Dade Fair will be held in Miami shares. Good grove and land suitable !
done those of the .
this were parts ;to raise crops. Write or call in pert t SHOES. CRADDOCK TERRY'S WOMEN'S SHOES
during the last week in February. desert which are above the level of son. Mrs. S. M. Blanchard, Alta- '. AND CHILDREN'S SHOES. NONE BETTER ARE
In former years the association held the sea would be rendered fertile, I monte Springs, Fla. t SOLD IN THIS MARKET. J'"

their exhibit in the month of March and steamers could navigate the new sale. \ SCHLOSS BROS. FINE SUITS FOR MEN at $15.00, -
.' but to many of,the tourists have departed .- sea and so carry on a flourishing Box 705, City. ; $20.00, $25.00 and $30.00 ,are unsurpassed for, STYLE .
by' that time that February traffic between Algeria and French t FIT AND QUALITY.

seems the best time, as the fair is to West Africa. If such a' remarkable I WANTED-Clean Cotton Rags the I . LORD BALTIMORE BOYS SUITS, WILL BE SURE I
3 demonstrate what can be grown in alteration in the surface of the earth Sentinel Office TO PLEASE YOU. '.
Dade county and it is desirable to hold were actually made' it is feared that iI

-, the fair' when there is the Urges'! great changes in weather conditions -
number visitors in the city and the follow. Some that THE MOST COMPLETE and perfectly t
would experts say
s made line of Boys Washable;
county. while tropical Africa might become Suits t south of Jacksonville. Ages 3''I W. M. Slemons
temperate, Europe would become'frig- to 10. Newest models and patterns.f
If not under New York prices you'll I
Phone 585,'Sightler Bros., for gro- id, and England, Belgium and Denmark not be 'urged to buy. Let me show
ceries. Prompt delivery ,18 Church might lie:under several feet of you. J.. C.Anno, The ,Boys Clothier,

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.... ,'. LAW This,department has been arrangedfor j 1
f,. I the benefit of"all visitors to Orlando -
Carson City, .:Feb.. .. .-. The ,but espec ally-forthose, wishing IT'S.A PROPOSITION : I
.1-. ,and gaudyrdays'of Reno- with its . .
gay to attend the Orange Couty:Fair. Its If Want .f.fc
colonies;of, alimoniees' and affinities our purpose to publish accurate you
its hearts and domestic infelicities schedules,,daily,of the arrival and departure -I' TO ASSUME THAT YOU ARE ,'J
mended-whlle-yoU'Wait, patent, ad. of trains; also the ,hour and
justable legal' facilities, are, numbered. place of public e conveyances from city APPRECIATIVE OF THE VERY -BRIGHTER FRUIT! .,. 1 I ., After' Jan. 1, 1914,-rust will' to:the Fair grounds. Free from the dust mite and for which 'j
' gather on the machinery of its whir- : BEST. 'WE ARE SPECIALISTS IN
; North Bound Passenger Trains you command the fancy prices, use- ;r
ring divorce mill, and it will be'a case Atlantic Coast Line .... 10:11 a.:m.l J "
of requiescat Reno., 'Atlantic Coast,Line .... .1:351>>.m.| Electrical and Motor Work "SULPHO-CITROL. .A. t
To-day the.Senate passed'with onlya Atlantic Coast Line .... 12:31 a.m.'
,... single dissenting vote a bill changing Atlantic Coast Line Local I
.. the divorce,statutes of the State, Tampa to Sanford ... 8:01p.m.: 'NEWELL ELECTRICAL COMPANYARCADE 0 i iTo
so that instead of a mere six months' Seaboard Air Line ...... 9:OOa.DLI) BUILDING If you want ,
t. residence qualifying a person to bringa South Bound Passenger Trains j
:; divorce action in the Nevada courts, CHURCH ST. -
Atlantic Coast Line .... 3:05 a.DLI| .
' the period of "exile" for those who Atlantic Coast Line, Local t j PHONE 280 destroy the "THRIPP," use- i
t would snap their matrimonial chains ... 8:47 "
Sanford to Tampa a.mol j "BLACK LEAF TOBACCO EXTRACT." f fOur
'will'be one whole- year. The bill came Atlantic Coast Line .... 3:21 p.m.
) up to the Senate from the House, Atlantic Soast Line .... 6:41 p.m. ne w1913 Almanac containing full
.:' backed also by a nearly unanimous Air Line arrives
. Seaboard information sent you for three cents I:
indorsement. And as' the Governor From Wildwood ...... 6:35 p.m. :
r'.... has for some time been advocating' S. A. L Orlando to Lake Charm The Best the postage..
,such a reform in the.divorce laws, it Leaves daily ........!. 5:00p.m. is Cheapest ]
j seems a forgone conclusion that he Arrives ... ..,,...II.. 8:45a.m,_ ,
t t will sign: the bill SO GET THE BEST OF E. O; Painter Fertilizer Co.

house, with electric
New 7-room
The President of France gets a salary
lights, bath and all modern conven Paints and Wall
of $120,000 a year and is allowed Paper
; an equal sum for expenses. He is iences. Lot 75x200. Price, 2,850. JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
elected for a term of seven years. Terms to suit I.
; It is claimed b.J high authority that CHADWICK & COOPER. THE 1912 WALL PAPER IN SAMPLES I t z
'or California will never again enjoy the IS GRAND AND I WILL BE PLEASED :
I .
soft breezes of,a semitropic climate Subscribe for the SentinelHtlllllllMMIIIIimiM II TO SHOW THEM. ALL YOU HAVE TO ( --
owing to the fact that the earthquake I
which caused an upheaval of the
bottom of the Pacific Ocean changed ,
the course of the Japan Current which
!'. made California's former,mild climates Indeed Fireplace Mantels
: but which,will no longer affect it. If GEO. A. BARKER PHONE 268 t.
this be true there is no hope for the -
state as a citrus fruit state. _._ Tiles and Grates, .
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;, The_Association Florida Sheriffs Caloric Fireless Cookers 0 .
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will convene in Jacksonville ,on the Are "
24th of February,according to notices I SPRING G MILLINERY[ OPENINGWednesday r I Electric Pocket Flash Lights -
being: sent :out by Sheriff J. P. ,S. I ,
No better, cigars to ,be I
Houstoun of Leon are
county secretary
we're Complete Electric Lighting Plants ot ;
treasurer of the Association. .found anywhere ; I
sure_of than, hence we feel and Thursday
One-fourth oir-on, all goods. Salepliuts'unttl no hesitancy in saying that Any Size Installed. 0
the first.of March. regardless of price, there is
M2-tf not a cigar made that you February 26th and 27th.A __ ..... -
i s. E. LESHER. 'can' enjoy more than

I The new union station at Lake But EX S. PIERC.Ro ,
f ,ler,has just been completed', painted dHAVANAS -...- -
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5 Next fall Sanford: ,will have another I cents.all Dealers. Only cost 5 F10NE 436. New laid %, Clnrch SL
= cigar factory. The new plant will: ,
manufacture'only pure,Havana cigar I
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"l.South" .. Florida' :Sentinel' .. .,Judge Hollister of, Cincinnati;, 0.,,, ,
.' ."" :M01NING AND:WIKLTSUB6CMPT10N states,a,great truth,in,his'sentenClDgOf'the 1 The :March issue of the Woman's
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X -' ' -.' twenty-nine ,eash register official Home Companion, ,in the interesting Search You -
( t Will
RATH i' $., [ department of "personalities," conducted -
-' -"y ou men belong to the walk of I by Arthur Guiterman, gives a
y k V VV life which should set the example j brief sketch of the"life .and'-work ofDoctor I
V :One>year .e'."!.:..."..t.$5.
You have lost the that
opportunity Simon
Six'Months'. .-....,... .' ; ..... 2.5 0 Baruch, the recently
?* 'Thi'ee Months!,,.....'!..-..."!'.. 'L25 was given you by the methods which !.appointed Medical Editor of they New You Cant Find More

J, Per. Week :........i ........, .1 0you you pursued. In your desire for gain York Sun. An efforthas been made for
fe* forgot everything else. The Government by many of the leading newspapers of j

& j'm WEEKLY SENTINEL is, strong, enough to protectits the country to adopt som eplan by

f for:year:by mill, portage paid :.;. ...$LOOAddreu people, whether this protection extends I which all\ fake information relatingto Your Money Elsewhere ::
*;: ,.THE SENTINEL Orlando Th rIda. to the transportation .of dyna surgery, medicine and hygiene :
:4 Office V;10? Gout street Arcade. BnHdhc mite across the land for the purPoseof might be excluded from their columns i ..._
y Phone 24 blowing up bridges or to the'lay and with this ,in view, the .'< -" -- .t.
ing of hands men who seek to | Sun has the .
upon engaged services of a, V
stifle competition by illegal business physician as Medical Editor.Dr. V
,JOSIAH :FEttlS, Proprietor.
methods. Baruch, in filling this position, THAN OURS. FOR SEVERAL
'r ,. FRIDAY,'FEBRUARY 21, 1913. In the second instance in which gives careful attention to all reports YEARS THIS

the imprisonment provision of the helms made a life study and.he. has I HAS BEEN SO, IT IS SO TODAY AND
v : ANNOUNCEMENT' Sherman Anti-Trust law has been ,he has made a life, study, and any'j WILL
}. r invoked to check restraint of trade,I meriting his disapproval are not pub..! t; BE SO
We need to.make an apology for I Judge Hollister used the .foregoinglanguage I fished I II AND >.IN l

4 this paper, as our press broke down today in sentencing the Mr. Guiterman thinks that there is' THE YEARS TO COME.
yesterday morning and we have been twenty-nine convicted officials of the plenty of work for the medical censor,i f
: 'greatly handicapped-today The foundry National Cash Register' Company to To quote from his article: tE tEr ._

t being shot down.for the fair, itwas serve prison terms. Frequently the papers publish/'glow-i I

r v impossible to get the. castings: The first instance where prosecu- ing stories of new "cures" that, unfortunately -j
:i made with which to'make repairs.I tion under the Sherman law result. are wholly untrue and serve' V W hi Not Have I the Best and Be Sure

,Consequently, we are doing a lame ed in jail sentences was that of three only to raise false hopes or to exploit I

JI job on, this edition- but, know' oar officerS of the"turpentine trust. quack remedies. Not long ago wide :
4 friends will bear with' as. Wo.. mill circulation was given to an absurd ;
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r, .soon have a new modern press in:I EAST COAST DECISION EXPECT.ED "wireless dispatch" to the effect that .

stahedand, will'give Orlando a'newspaper SOON scientists had discovered that bathingwas i Iflt'sinttieJewdrflineiWeHaveltT.H.Evans t It

plant and a newspaper that the really anything but cleansing, as ,

: thy will be. proud of. We'are getting The Florida East Coast Railway Co. it had been scientifically proven that
: .additional operating. force the number of microbes the skin
now, so vs. the United States Commerce Commission on ,
,that our men shall not be overworked, and the Florida Railroad Corn.e was increased threefold after thor-
and have a good man in charge of th mision is the title of a suit, a de- ough scrubbing with soap and water!
delivery boys,who will get them organized cission in which is expected daily and Something over a year ago an ably the Jeweler
4 'so that the papers will be is of great importance to this state. conducted paper printed a circumstantial j

properly delivered. The suit was brought by the Flori- account of an alleged operation,
o' in the course of which the brain of the o'
> da East Coast Railroad Company, the OPPOSITE POST OFFICE
This appears to be the open'season Flagler road, to set aside an order of patient was actually removed, repaired -'
r ,for baseball hold-outs. the Interstate Commerce Commission by the substitution of healthy for,

o relating to rates on fruits and vegeta- diseased tissue, and successfully re-j
Vassar's so-called perfect woman bles from points in Florida, to all placed. In addition to shutting out'I

tips the beam at '171 pounds_ ; points, in the United States east of such romances, Dr. Brauch writes!'' First car of strawberries left Jake I The Tampa Chautauqua Assembly, The enrollment at the Florida Normal *
.,, 0 the Rocky Mountains. The railroad many editorials giving a physician's which will open its session ,of ten Institute -
I | Butler today for C. S. Durling & Co., at Madison is about ten
i 'Constitutional amendments are be- held' that the order was confiscatoryand I view upon many topics to which they : : days at the Tampa Bay Casino to per cent larger this than .
i New York over'the G. S. & F. year it was
1' coming popular fad. did not enable it to make a fair are pertinent. i! City I night bids fair to be a great event last year. The prospects that
I and its affiliated lines should are
---o return on its investment, included in I railway This is the first annual chautauqua this percentage of gain will increase
.Lucky is' the moving picture man which is the famous extension. over enjoy to haul on their products to ever held in that city. during the spring and that the total f

who waS tipped off to the Mexican the Florida Keys to Key West. The opening of the Hotel Gilbert I] various markets. The cool weather roll for the year will pass the 700
revolution. at Fort Lauderdale last,week is said ( ,
The main
which the
point upon con- and rain which passed over this section I' mark.
x, 0 troversy turned was whether the to have been an event of interest and i The Baptists in WHIiston are making -
t ThurSday'and Fridayhas not
It seems as if everybody from everywhere mainline should be considered as including importance for that growing town and j preparations to build a handsometown.
') .is in'Oralndo, and yet we are the costly over sea extension vicinity. The new hotel is very mod.hurt the berries, only causing a little When completed and furnished WANTED-Clean Cotton Rags the
'i lot crowded. which was built for the purpose of era and up-to-date. j,drawback for a day. the new edifice will cost $10,000. Sentinel Office.

P a handling freight for< trans-shipment|
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The appearance of the baseball through the Panama Canal The Interstate -
,:schedules is another sign of the 'approach -I Commerce Commission refused j

of, spring. to include this as a part of the
0 main line and this view was upheldby

,Fresh eggs are now selling at Chi the Commerce Court. From the
,sago at 19 cents:. They may soon be- decision of the latter tribunal the +y k nn J:' .y.rY.M a wY t

.tome so cheap that.a,self-respecting railroad appealed to the Supreme n4j

:: ',; 'jnan;wouldn't'eat them. jff Court, the federal government, represented

o r by the Department of Just-

There is sad ,' in the White ice, the Interstate Commission and tHe
., Bouse. r railroad commissioners of the
Mr ft is arranging to ship state /1fk 'fir y:
;ti :Pauli aDe: back to ,her, original of Florida all appearing in support of
wr. the order of the Interstate Commerce

o Commission.

A suffragette advocates walking
r barefooted: in the inaugural ,Mr.,C. P., Dow, the handsome cash-

Washington:: :That would impose a ier of The ,Peoples' National Bank, is t? ,
fearful obligation on the weather bu- usually mistaken for a minister, or "VS V

F reau. a college professor; by strangers. r ...
But at the Fair yesterday he was put '
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Chicago paper borrowing trouble
lady. In his efforts to get rid of filthy
'Y over the possibility that .
everybody a
money and get sanitary money in cir- 4' x lrJ
in Washington will be in the inaugural 3 :. R
A culation he had taken a large amountof
f parade, and there will be nobody -
newly coined currency and newly ';t
to look on.
6 printed bills to their model bank in
o Exposition Hall, which they are exchanging

y Freak fashions will not be' as nu, for old as people show a
{ merous this year as in former years.' willingness or desire;, One man who
r V The designs exhibited at 'the Annual was in the act of trading an old hard I Ir

Fashion, Show in Chicago last week looking five dollar bill for a crisp, new ,

; were conservative, but still with suf William, when the wife entered a firm *
ficient oddities to 'please extremists. protest telling "father" not, to let a ;

?i tN ... stranger -beat -him- out of- -his money, (?:

Read the advertisements in the Sentinel and the good lady really was in earnest '#

closely and, constantly everymorning thinking she had confronted a

V J for special sales are being confidence man.
advertised by the merchants and an o ft ..

i opportunity, presented to you to The Melbourne Times comes out ina Yf Ly ( .;' i.'h ,,f,
I save not only pennies;but dollars. special edition this week that does iI
'c,: great credit to that office'and' the ,
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A mouse,caused trouble in a Pitts-: famous Indian River country. The *; a $':Sa l y'- # .1
I is made on book is
paper up' paper
burg street< car filled with theatre
full of good news and interestingnews.
goers. The women bolted when the ,
animal appeared, knocking down the
S. V motorman.. The ear was derailed and o ,..
the line tied up for an hour. Subscribe for The Sentinel r SCENE FROM ACT I, "THE GOOSE GIRL," OPERA HOUSE TONIGHT.


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4kLl "" r\\; ':_:; . : :_'.3Oc ' SPECIALS IN ,TOWELS FOR SPECIAL IN.LINEN NAPKINS We have

aeR8j.\ :it ,c:. ,..: .> SATURDAY a full line of Men's :
: : -
: ' 1.50 Napkins for . . . .1.20 '
$ $ .
: : ; >:< We also call your attention to Furnishings, and will be I
J glad to
.. .. ..4Oc
50c;,LifteRS:for .\ i A fine lot of 12 yj etowe1sforl0e.
$1.75 Napkins for . .,. . .$1.45 line of Leather show
our Leatheroidand that
.' .f' ,,: not more than 1 doz. to a customer. you we can save your

60e Linens for .'. ;. -" 50c 4 $2.00 for Straw Suit money, or give better
: v ttj Napkins . . tt$1,60. Japanese Cases, you quality

15c Towels for . . . . . 12c' for the same
fi : /4-. .60c $3.00 Napkins'for . . . .$150 that we are selling very low. money, as we
25c Towels for,H. . . . . 19c -
no bad debts to make up on

,$1.00"Linens for, . ....... {;80e. I 35c Bath S Towels for .. . . 35c $4.00 Napkins for . . . .$3.25 YOU.

., IE1. IT. .Boardraaiis: 1O6 SL ..Orange Are., Orlando

Mrs. W. L. Niver, of Maitland, is Mr. J. W. Ward, a prominent naval AT THE FAVORITE TODAY I

kWADE in the city today,and will attend the stores operator of Floral City, is in HIHIiillllMIIMIMII }
great Orange County Fair. Orlando taking in the sights of the 1. A big two-reel drama, "Filial

THE TUNER .. Orange County Fair. Love", Eclair. I 1913 Models: : : I .j

c ORLANDO, FLA. Mr. and Mrs. Hildebrant, of Wil- 2. "Getting Mary Married" comic,
mington, 0., are in, the city and are I The old billiard and grill room at "Universal."

stopping at 14 Concord Ave. Hotel Ormond, Ormond Beach, has Open at 2 p. m. and 6:30 p..m.
been refitted and furnished and is now 1j

.- Palatka's new auto fire engine has turned into an afternoon tea and card' If you do not receive your daily ,
Furnished rooms to rent, 416 NorthOrange arrived and wil be given a' try-out' room. Sentinel please telephone the office.! :;

at.: 5t in a few days. It is said to be 'al We are having considerate! trouble ,
handsome and up-to-date machine. There will be a good roads' conven- fnJrtwo sources. Poor service by 'f

Tomorrow is Washington's birth- tion for state wide good roads' boost- several boys, who carry papers and !

day.--.- Banks will close. Mr. and Mrs. James Gibson of Mad-i ing held at Eustis, February 27th a more disagreeable cause, that cf .

'- at ison, Wis. are in the city"for a few and 28. It will be attended by .delegates people in certain localities picking up MOTORCYCLESFour
Four hundred guests registered weeks and are stopping at the Lake from all over the State. the paper and carrying them away.
p the San Juan yesterday. View house. These papers are delivered very earlyin H. P. Models $200.00 1.

i :- St. Petersburg has again to meet some localities and some people en- Seven H. Models, $250.00 '
that :
t Orange packers estimate Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Harper, of the wet or dry question and it is pro- joy making way with them.
eighty-five per cent'of the oranges are Lawton Mich., are here visiting rela- posed to let tourists-those maintain 4 d E. Eilperl: !

now marketed., tives. Have toured the East Coast winter homes there-express their desires Mr. A. J. Harris, of Albany, New

Mr. and'Yrs.-A. F.'Ruch, of Petros- but,like Orlando better than any place, in the matter. York, who with his wife is spendinghis ORLANDO, FLA. Agent for Orange CountylilMIHIIIIMIIIIIIIilllllllHIIMIIIillillllllMf :
willS they have visited. I sixth winter in Orlando, called at
key, Mich., are in the city and ,
Visitors who attended the Orange the Sentinel office yesterday and com- :until' spring.. The editor is indebted to a kind I County Fair this year for the first' plimented this pacer in its efforts for -T

r Harriet-R. Parkhill returned friend for a very fine fish. The, gentlemen time were greatly pleased with the ex parks and other civic improvements.Mr. ;,.
Deaconess left a.note request that his name Haines that he and his wife
from hibits. To those of us,who see those says
"I Wednesday. evening a be not mentioned and we respect hisrequest not interesting have spent much time at Jacksonville,
visit to St. Petersburg things every day, they are so BRIGHAM & HILL .1
} four week's
of .1t
take this
but wish to means
West. but the stranger, these exhibits and St. Augustine, but no place seemsso
Key thanking him., are a revelation. home like to them as Orlando, but
that they miss the parks and placesof
Mr. R. A. Mooney, brother of our '
Mr Emil Reinekin leaves tonightfor NEWS AGENTS
these other cities. i
; fellow townsman" Mr., J. H. Mooney, Miami and other points on the Mr. W. A. Slaughter is beautifying -
arrived in Orlando from Hendry, his pleasant home at Schumann i ,
has East Coast. He will return to Orlando !
Tenn:, on a visit in about a week, after whichhe Heights by interior decorations of A good carpenter wants work. Orlando Stationery Souvenir and Curio Store 1
?i -.:..- attractive design. Mr.. and Mrs. Screen work a specialty. General ,
will return to his home in Brooklyn -
work done
repair with neatness and .'j
Mrs., J.. ,Ford White and' sister, N. Y. Slaughter are industrious people and dispatch. Give me a trial. Leave or-
Mrs. Lena Taylor, are here from are entitled to the enjoyment of their ders at Sentinel.
: Mr. and .Mrs. Jesse comfortable home. j
Tampa, visiting Mr. and Mrs. H. P. Burgwin, of

A Allen. Pittsburgh, Pa., are the guests of the -

1. ... Summerlin. For many years Mr. The ,Peoples National Bank, by P1FREE
Friends were erecting Mahlone 1 Burgwin was the owner of a beauti their exhibit at the Fair have openeda

i Gore yesterday the streets after I I'j ful winter home at Grasmerc, Fla., new avenue to bank adevrtising that : .

being.con&Mfl&his, home,for several and both he.and his wife have many ought to prove effective. They meet ;

t 'weeks. '.by. rheumatic. .troubles., warm friends in the county. the people' and by their presentationof FREE !
"New Clean Money" and a. pleas
'Mrs T A. Newton. arrived in, Orlando their
; ant talk, are enabled to keep
Florida soil not'
Talk about
t. last; evening: from .Rochester, tomato clean business methods, before the A ;;
1 N.: Y..; on.:a visit,to her friend, Mrs ing. Willard Swearengen grew a public. I
,vine so big that he had to latticeit .,
Annie. White.. Mrs Newton is a guest
like a rose vine 'and it was thenso
f. 'of the Windemere.. tall and bushy that he and his Mr. W. L Davidson, is in the cityin }

Mrs.'Fannie.Cox---,-of- Knoxville, who' wif( standing opposite sides could the interest of the Orlando Chau-

not reach across and touch fingers; tauqua, of'which his father, DrJDavid-
visited Orlando numerous, Another SUIIGJYOII
has .
; upon
.' occasicniand.:who has:many friends this too in face'of the fact that Mr.j I son, is manager. Orlando and her Away
i. t winter have to look forward
,here.isn' city,the guest of Miss S. is a man six feet tall and his wife guests come -
i about five feet four. to these annual, ,Chautauquas
p t, May Kilmer. i I I with a great deal of anticipation. The f
R for education and
Chautauqua stands
Any who studies,the advertisements Strangers and tourists will find it
f' .. one I moral uplift, and in these Orlando is
? of Orlando business houses to their advantage to register in the .
greatly interested. The Committee in i ATYowelTs a.
:will be. convinced that there, is,no need Sentinel registers at stores where .
of the
of, .mail order: uses or out side. merchant they .see signs as registration places.It charge need the co-operation ',. .,,
'in this important work.
t contributing to their wants. ,will enable people from your home I
-- .country who happen in to locate you.t ,
Mr.,Wilbur'' McCoy, industrial andimmigration Registers are at N. P. Yowell's, F,i 1! Mr. E. A. McCoy, of, New Orleans,

; agent of the' _Atlantic N. Boardman's, W. M. Slemons' and i i president of the McCoy Land company

Coast. Line Railroad, arrived in, Orlando Lord'&,.Bradshaw. which owns a large tract of land ::11
the I I around Taft, and Mr. A. 1;. Wrenn, j
: : last evening ,and) for remainder -
f: '" :: of' the, week will make, his Mr. Ralph.King, of Cleveland,Ohio, secretary of the company who is located
headquarters ,at the San! Juan. 'Mr. is,in Orlando a'guest,of the San Juan f at Kisimmee were in the citya .

li ;; .1ic regretted not,reaching.Orlando Hotel Mr. King, is the owner of the few days this, week. They will
.. 'in time to participate in the Old famous Monarch orange grove at; soon open an office in Orlando and

ti i .. Settlers' meeting at the Fair Grounds Wildwood. He is very much pleased i put a competent splendid man tract'of in which They Drawing to be held
' :yesterday, but lie, ,was unavoidably de with Orlando, and thinks it the most I own a
I will be' sold in ten acre tracts and -
tained on'account,of sickness. enterprising place in Florida.
;; '- upward. Wear Department, Second Floor

;." .' Subscribe for The: :Sentinel Subscribe, for the Sentinel
Mr. Durand Donchian, of New York,
FRIDAY at 3 o'clock
-1'_ is in Orlando arranging the preliminaries ,
for the greatest exhibition of

persian rugs ever shown in Florida. rr

You are cordially invited to attend our>> The collections embrace antique
goods of great 'value, rugs that the

Spring Tailoring Opening _'w' oppressed Persians carried away with This is the second series of lout c
them when .the edict of banishment

held by>> f was issued. The Persians are skilled of 20 Suits Given You will also
I in this line of work-this is their Away.
'. ISAAC HAMBURGER & SONS, ." :: I specialty and no people has ever been

i ;. .'' :; Merchant Tailors \, r able to compete with them. Space has* find on our main or ground floor a b4
,." :; been arranged for in Mr. N. P. Yow- ,

.4 ell's store for the showing of their i,

.'. Baltimore, '. '..-.: great collection. Among the goods most beautiful showing of New Spring
Displaying the Only Line in America Backed By shown will be one $5,000 rug. The
,. :: .::- -- exact date for the opening is not yet
Goods under cards y.y
special price
Real Merchant Tailoring ,. .. settled, but will likely be Saturday .
n r or Monday. Mr. Donchian is a friend
j'. -I ' Their Representative be with us to take measures of'the Balayiarns of this city
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19 and 20th

416N. Orange "ve.I COME YOU MAY BE

'Go to Pope &: Cox's Lunch CounterNo. ,
SCRUGGS& DICKSONr I: 1 E. Pine St. something good - Fl} 11

I to eat '12t '

t LOST-Somewhere' Court street, V/ 1
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\ ... a small chain purse with .some ti
";'S. .- . small,change. Return to Miss'Hope. ;J .
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rVMUHMENT ? '. NOTICE. { I'la.e described Fuses ---
STOP u 1 to, ,
4 inehaivt ui 9 to 13 ia.cluirc INCOURT OP 1HE COUNTY. -
'I': GRAZING la CbNtt -Cwt Ilk J..dst,, OK* Or. . ...... t 21 M JUDGE, STATE.OF FLORIDA. -Ilia -i- TMqp .r .l .:. .

-' angr Oeaty. flerUa' la N% of'De14. s% fit se1(. sw% of In. Estate 0
t re of
' "H. **K. 'w% of nwH and .
r rA 'cat*;; that will ,result in widespread MeKoy Vs. Land Co., a ,Corporation Bill to:Quiet. Iftlt M)4 of nw% ..'.. 122421' Asa, J. Ss>tth"

Elmer E Gerard et aLIt E>y of ae%. 1W14 of net. w% To aB (Crates ,....,. County.seDtsf Is
iiterest and
Florida of
throughout sc4. .
CL IW% w/ of awys,
from tile affidavit J. H. taut all Persons
appears havingClaims
*; a ,especially 'among cattle raisers :and herein filed in which be state .that he faM W and H of M*. of >:w% 11 24 M Against.aidFstat.: or Demands What Disease ?

(} .of the Solicitor *f,the Oses rJTifr'TiM ofthe Those "i"vv"at .... 14 24 MM You, aid each of you are hereby notified Yaur
.owners$grazing,stock upon the,Florida above styled cause and that. the suit fa Block U. of Prosper MLtaMiu and required to present any claims and
brought, to quiet ,title and to move cloud Colony''Company demands which
; rtfoaalTForest Reserves made you or either of you may
was u
per recorded
: from titlepeierou that he helievef that then are la the office of hare against the estate of Asa J. Smith,
1 In Pensaeola afternoon interested in the property involved the Clerk of deceased, late t y
yesterday 'by the Circuit Court of Orange Orange County Florida, to DR. FARROWTHE
: hose names are naknow to the complainant the uadenicmed Executrix: of said estate
' the filing of:a bill in. equity against and relief is prayed against such unknown Farms County 8 Florida to 25 ,iaclwta.described 40 u within two yean from the date hereof ,t
persons. That service by publication k de- to Dated Oct 9, A. D. 1912.SALLIE.
J. H. of 100 inclusive sad
:Richborg, Crestview Walton 10} to 122 SPECIALIST
bed to bring In such persons as parties defendant inclusive, B. SMITH
countj'Floiida.: In the Mil ,filed by that the unknown persons are believed 21a3/ Executrix.
E% of nw
i| ao
: by Complainant to be beta, devisees. Orlando Fla. AT THE
the S%. M of DeIH. MK of nw%( a 24 JOetf .
_government it is alleged that\the grantees or otherwise claimants under S%. of .ofeV4 :rat;
t defendant, is 'the owner of. a large III names and through recited,persons in the bill deceased That'whose eo.plaiDaat .. of nw% ..wfc. ..D" 22 24 N fit COURT OF THE COUNTY JUDGE,STATE '

if, number) ;cattle, which are trespass are whose believes that it there fa impossibk are others to state unknown All of(except iwU .w..%...of..says...f.and teK... 28' 24 30 re Estate of OF 1 FLORIDA.In //r < TRtMONT HOTELOrlando

log on ,the National Forest 'Reserve or ascertain and names process of the court is praJed S% of n%. D H of s......... 29 U SO > Orange County.
All of ...... W.
t. 10 24 so J.Campi j
I brirg them ia also.
in 'Walton county.. It is further That to said unknown persons may = be All (except ae" of te*) az 24 80 I To an creditors Legatees, Distributees and all
All of ....
leged in the bill filed yesterday afternoon tatato made parties and herein and brought makes in demand as provided for order bt Also all the following Wide.i*, 14. U 20 I, estate Persons: having claims or demands against_said

by District Attorney Cubberly from the Clerk of the Circuit Court, requiring Oseeola County to-wit: I Yon,and each of yon are hereby notified and f ,
J All
(except sw% sea and
required to present claims and demands
all such persons to appear to the bill any *
1 that the, secretary ,ofragriculturebyauthority upon Rule Day in April, A. D., 111*. of iw% .....' i.:...; i 25 29 which you or either of you may have against .
The foregoing lands beia( conveyed by the estate of W. J. Champin deceased late of x. .:
'That it fa further believed that there are
of law has made certain D. B. and E. L. Fla
unknown having or claiming to have Sphaler phaler and W. G. Orange County Florida to the undersigned ad-

"rules'and regulations relating to cattle some interest persons under by or through the sev. Eliza Sphaler.Spinier joined Lora by Sphaler their ,respective and wires ministratrix.C.T.A..of'said estate within one ,
and mentioned in Stella Spha ytar the date hereof.
grazing,permits and that the defendant oral Corporations parties her and held by the said Creator individually; Dated Sept 25.A. D. 1912.
the Bill and that such unknown
and u D. B. Sphaler. It Company. and 8nh,. I MARY E.CAM PIN.Administratrix, C;TA '
has failed and refused to may be brought in by: service by publication, kr Brothen. -- --- M ;, x4 Monday Feb. 24th

{ the Complainant makes demand upon the Also the following lands in Orange County I l
cease, his permits, unlawfully and Clerk of the Circuit Court 'for order requlr- Florida,'as shown on the plat of the Prosper NOTICEOf
his ng such persons to appear to the Bfll' upon. Colony Company; now on 1Je.ia the office oft '
negligently allowing (I'ttle.upon the rule day in April 1913. the Clerk of the Circuit Application f.r Tax Deed Under Set 10a ; 5'-
That the names of the deceased persons Court of Orange 8 Chapter 4S88, Laws ef Florida ( e
'la ndstfaevfa.tsshrdlucinfwypcmfw{ :' and the heirs whose namei are known and County Florida at Orlando. Florida to-wit: Notice fa hereby given that Frank M. Edna' Will Return in 28 Days 1

lands'reserved as a national forest the names of the C41rpor tioua''uder' or Farms No. 1, 2. 6. and IS See. Tb 8g Acres purchaser of. Tax Certificate' No. 852 dated
whom such unknown are S5 23 a 20 the lat day of Jane A. D. 1896; has filed
' The asked to enjoin ,Rich believed through to claim or to persons have'' some interest .Farms. lit NOJ .13. 14. 22. 23. 449o. said certificate in my office, and has made ap WHAT DR. 'W. R. FARROW DOES

: borg,. his, .agents, servants and em- are as follows, and the descriptions the Farms NOJ 1, 2. 8. 4, 9. 10. 34242931 with plication law.for Tax Deed to issue b accordance He
lands involved in the suit whose titles it II 26 Said Certfieate embraces the following treats all Chronic diseases of MAN or OMAN that
25. 27. 28. 30 curable
29. are
no mat-
ployes from'allowing the cattle to fur desired to clear are as hereinafter set.forth, 32. 33. 34. 86, U. 37 59, County described Florida, property to-wit situated b Orange ter how lang standing. lie; treats PILES and other RECTAL DISEASES with-

:. ,ther graze upon_the lands included in u..Th required'* Heirs by of*Statute Clayton, to-wit- French: deceased 60 104, 61 117.. .2.119 63..64. 65 <8 'W* of.lw14 of NWI4: of SEX. See. 7. out the knife; he treats RUPTURE without resorting to surgery. lie invites the
her .. S3 23 a 150 Tp. 21, S. R. 29 E. most difficult cases to call him and
Mary J. Banks and George W. Banks on try this new method FREE OF
the forest It is thata Farms No* 23. 24, 37.... CHARGE.
expected S
reserve. 24 a 15
husband; Barry B. French as Guardian of The said land being assessed at the date of He removes WARTS and MOLES from
Farms N of
H. French issuance of such certificate b the a
loud protest will come from the the Estate of I. Hansell French.Catherine 8. A. 45 inclusive, 61. 52 53, Mollie WoodalL name of painless method that leaves DO scar

,people of all Florida as,.a result ofthe nL French, Mary Sarah B. E.French French,and toward B. French Farms it. 57 NOJ to 128 bclushre .... 9 24 a 50S Unless Mid Certificate shall be redeemed
42. 43.
of i. Hansell according to law Tax Deed will issue You
there.on .
as Guardian of the estate Why Should ComeMany
45. 53
filing of this suit 91. 92. 93. the 3rd
French Samuel H. French Sri, Mary B. on day of March A. D. 1913.
' 94'... ... ... ........
II. French and Catherine A. .French minora.' J. Witness my official signature and seal thfa
When asked for statement
regard Farms
a Hansel French. Samuel H. French 3rd, Mary DO.I 1. a. I. 1. 1 U the 29th day of Jan. A. D. 1913. have asked Dr. Farrow, how it is that he can cure chronic diseases
the'suit him in behalf Catherine 24, 33. 55, 56, 64, 65, 66. (SEAL) B. M. that the general practitioner do
ing instituted by B. French and Catherine A. French 95, 96. 97. 98, 99 127 ROBINSON can nothing with. The general answer is: Dr.
Earle and George B. Earle, her Clerk Circuit Court, Orange County Fla. Farrow has devoted his
H. life to the
128 specialty of Chronic
of the United States District Attorney if 24 Disease. He devotes
, husband, Margaret H.Miller and John Bulls the a 100 By M. A. HOWARD. D. C. his his all of
Also following time to given He
lands does
Graham and nothing but office work. Instead
[ her husband Caroline R. of
F. C. Cubberly stated that the JIiller. Town of Taft
Frederick W. Graham, her husband and all shown the Orange County Florida u NOTICEIn having one office with a practice limited to a radius of a few miles he has a number
on pat of said
i suit was instituted upon orders from others unknown heirs, devisees grantees or the office of the Clerk of town the Credit on record Courtof In of offices, and his practice covers hundreds of miles. He advertises for the difficult
: claimants otherwise of Clayton; French .deceased Orange the Circuit Court of Orange County, State and baffling cases that have been relief
,and that County. Florida seeking sometimes for
Washington : hearing would :' of S. G. French deceased, S. C.French. Lots : .f Florida: years, many of which
D. French and all Block Tier come to him and find health and happiness! through the aid of his
be' had.before Judge Sheppard in the Jr. and Edith 6 and 7 In Chancery diagnostic methods
devisees, and H I and deep blood remedies. His
others unknown heirs, grantees 8 and 9 Annie L. Atwood acting advice is to YOU
a near future. He said that, ,the Supreme claimant of and under S. G. French deceased 5 ....... H K I I n. Bill for Partition of Land. PLACE YOURSELF UNDER NO OBLIGATION WHENY0l"c! you.. Come

; unknown heirs of Holly R. Smith 3 Clara L. Wiggins, et als. and consult the at
Court of the c once doctor-ncit time be
United States a otherwise of 4 too late.
: .and claimants ; To may
devisees, grantees Clara L. Wiggins
4 and 8 ... Suwannee. Tennessee
.. ..... G :
t. C of who
Many have
Francis Voce late of New York: of Hamilton Mrs. L T. you taking medicine and called
,year or 'so ago passed on a similar 9 ..r.. H 4 Avery and Mr. L T. Avery so treatments for
Disstob. late of Philadelphia. 'Pa., of b. 6. 7 and 8 .... I 4 Morganton. North Carolina; and Mrs months will be absolutely cured in a few weeks. Very chronic cases will require
case from ,Colorado and that the, au Phillip Dale Buddy, late of London England' ; 9 K 4 Grace B. Bayard. Atlanta Georgia: somewhat longer time, but it will make no difference will be treated
. late of London. England you until
of H. N. Greenside You and each of
yon are hereby commanded "
'thority of the United! States to control ; of Frances E. Greenside, late of Lon- 6,7,8,9and10 1.23,4.andb .. L I 4 5 to appear b the cause above entitled, at the you can say: "I AM CURED.

:; cattle grazing on, public lands don. EneIa d. Margaret C. Oxden. Ute and of 6.7,8and9 .,. A 5 Court House at Orlando Orange County causes more people to be mis-
Liverpool England; of E R. Trafford 6 and 7 ..._... B 5 State of Florida, on Monday the third day Chronic Stomach Trouble u.ndcrstood than other
'reserved for national'fore'sts had been of Annie H. Trafford. bit wife late of Or- 3 of March. A. D. 1913. any
ange County Florida; of Cornelius Johns, i It fa ordered that a of thfa order be diseased condition of the body.
1. 2. 5, 9. and 10 I copy
,sustained. late of Orange County; of James M. Blitch. 6 and 8 K I i published once In each week for four successive You are irritable in d'uposition-easily angered. You have plenty of ideas, but

The'institution,of the suit and final late of Orange County, Fla. of Jane E of 1. 2. 3. 4, and 6 .... L 5 weeks In the South Florida Sentinel never carry any of them out. You are always tired. You have to force yourself
cloud, late of Orange County, Florida; 2L4anda ...... 8 6 a weekly newspaper printed at Orlando to accomplish anything. You become blue and despondent and have other
.decision therein will be of intense in. lob L. Conoley: deceased J : Con0117 4.7and8 ..... E 6 Orange county State of Florida. which know many
hb widow Lee A., Conoley May Cono- 4dand6 In witness whereof I have hereunto set my: ymptoms you only too well. These are the mental symptoms of a
terest: to stockmen in west Florida,, ey. Ida Lee Conoley. and Ulmer Conoley. 4 .. f.. I I hand and affixed the seal of said Court at ranged stomach. Other symptoms are: Bloating, Belching of gas, sour or greasy

'for::it. has'"been the custom for, many minor heirs' and and all others claimants unknown 14 and under heirs.devisees 6a 7a, 9a and lOa .. 4 I the 16th Court of House at Orlando aforesaid, its matter from the stomach, Pain, Distress, Weakness, Palpitation of the heart. Constipation -. f
grantees day January A. D., 1913.
All (10 lots) I I Diarrhoea
years for cattle' to graze on pnin- Job! L., Conoley, deceased; of, Susan A. 3 and 4 a 8 B. M. ROBINSON. or Unhealthy complexion, Changeable appetite, and Coated
Crutcher late of Mercer County; Kentucky (SEAL) Clerk Circuit Court tongue. All these symptoms point to a deranged digestion. If have of
2,3,4,3.6,7and8........... 4 I any
closed lands, it being held that Florida of David C. Lee Belle Lee. and all other All (10 lots) I I these symptoms, lose no time. Dr. W. R. Farrow's deep*acting remedies will cure

*' unknown heirs, devisees, grantees and claimants 1. 2. 3. 4, 5 and 6. NOTICEOf no matter how doctor have failed.
was what is known .as a "freerange" C. Lee. 4 t you many His specialty is the curing of
; and under David
;i otherwise of All (10 lots) .................. 1 11 deep, aggravated chronic diseases.
state. eeeased;, of James D. Beggs and as trustee All (10 lots) ................... J 10 Application for Tax Deed Under S cti.n :
Lelia S. Beggs hb widow and executor 7,8,9an 10 ............... 3 10 8 of Chapter 4888. Laws ef flerida. hAre your lungs or bronchial tubes weak? Do you cough and
L ? The forest service issues permits Jams a: Beggs Jr.. Laura S. Beggs.all minor.others All (10 lots) .................. 1 11 Notice fa hereby given that A. F. Lloyd of C a t arr diseased mucus? Does your nose stop up? Is

'to, stock owners under.certain conditions and Annie E. .Beggs minor and cestui qui All (10 lots) .................. J IIi Orlando Fla,' purchaser of Tax Certificate breath offensive? Have a bad taste in mouth? Dave
} unknown heirs, devisees grantees, 2, 8, .. 5, .. 'I, 8 and ..... a 11 No. 5.6, dated the 3rd day of June A. D. chest? you your
': ,allowing cattle to graze on the rusts, and all other claimants under the 10 ... ... ... ............... P 8 1907 has filed said Certificate in my office, you pains in your Are you bothered with shortness of breath and weak
; r 'forest.' said James D. Beggs late of Orange County Col- 3,4,6,0lndl0......... D 7 and has made application for Tax Deed to spells? Do you have throat trouble with hawking and clearing of your throat? Do

lands. Where a person, owns Florida,and as Trustee for the Prosper 6andl .;..................... I: 7 issue in accordance with law. Said Certificate you have dripping of sticking mucus from the back part of your nose into
onJ Company a Corporation under the laws 5 ... ................. .. your
_x more stock than the free allowance a ... 0 7 embraces the following described prop throat? Call and have the doctor examine There
and is need for
of Florida, as Trustee for W. L Palmer 4 ... .. ... ... you. no you tc
;....... ..... I 7 erty situated in'.Orange County, Florida, to- : have
:small ,fee: is charged. Many persons as trustee for D. B. Sphaler. and Elias Spha 6 and 7 ..................... B 84,6andlO wet; Catarrh. It often leads to that dreaded disease that is killing thousands of

tee, .his wife, and E. L. Sphaler and Lora ..................... I 8 SW% of SW} of NW% Sec. 4, Tp 23o. our best people-Consumption. Dr. Farrow's treatment can be used in your home
residing "near' the. ,forest, in Florida Sphaler, hb wife, of H. H. Glues late of 1.8,9andl0 ................. II I R. 30 E. daily. No need of expensive office treatments.
Vomits County Fla.: of J. P.' Morton, land ................ The
... It 9 said land
't )lave taken out grazing permits in the being assessed at the date Are from
of"Louisville, Ky.; : of Isaac .Aten late of AD (10 lots) .................. H II of the issuance of such certificate in the you suffering early abuses, lost vital po".erlosses and drains, f
last year 'or 'so., Orange County Plea; Sallie M., Aten. hb AU (l/ lob) ...... ........... I 10 of F. C. Baylfa. name lu C D backache, weak back, shooting pains in the neck, chest, back and limbs,
widow, and all others unknown heirs' devisees 3,4,6,6,7,8,8snd10....... It Unless said I of the heart
of said 10 Certificate shall be redeemed palpitation restless nights, bad dreams, loss of ambition
,. grantees and claimants otherwise 8a, 9a. and lOa ............... 4 11 according to Iaw.'u'DIei will issue thereonon and mental activity, nervousness irritable bad blood
late of diseases
,FOR :TEN YEARS MAN PASSED Isaac Aten deceased: of J. G. Kuhn 6,7sndB ................... P 7 the 7th day of March A.' D. 1913. temper which have
fete been
Orange.County. Fla.; George Kuhn'Sr 1, 2, J, 8b, 9b and lOb ,....... 11 Witness my official signature and seal thfa neglected mistreated No matter how chronic your trouble may be
AS WOMAN i of Orange County Fla.: of J. J. Taylor B. Baxley 1. 2, 3. 8. 9 ind 10 .......... ..4 11 the 6th day of February A, D. 1913. or how many have treated you, consult the master specialist, Dr. W. R. Farrow.
Fla. May
of Orange County her husband.; Victoria C. Thor 1,2,3,8landl0......... B 11 (SEAL) B. M. ROBINSON. He cures 99 per cent. of all these cases that appeal to him. His medicines are'Fla
C. Thomas: 1,2,39and10......... P; 11 Clerk Circuit Court, Orange County, .
and curative.
Thorpe, her husband, Fannie M.'aytor quick acting Don't let false modesty keep These diseasesare
pe. 1,13L9snd10............ G 11 you away.
Vanity.proved undoing of Frank : Ernest L. Taylor Lplie Taylor Hen- l.i3,8Landl0........... H 11 just as legitimate a branch of medicine as any disease of the stomach, etc. Be a,

Butcher: who for ten years had "worked drickson. Jesse Hendriekson her.. husband his L2,3,8,9andlo........... I 11 man amongst men before it is too late.
George F. Taylor: and"Nellie"I. Taylor: 1,2,3,6,9and10 ............. It 11
out,as,a domestic under, the name wife. and all others unknown heirs devisees 2 and 4 ....................... 1 1 Are you suffering from pain ;in the back of your neck, on top of your-

'of Miss Anna Butcher during all of grantees and claimants' otherwise, of ana H. 33and4 .................... a 1 W. A. Slaughter. G. G.Wright, women head and in the small of your backl Do you have pain down in
under J. J. Taylor deceased; of Charles 1. 2. S and 4 ............... 1 2 A. front of your thighs? Congestion of Ovaries Do you have
Gross, late of Philadelphia Pa.J and of Josephine 0 and ............... D.
Which' ,time, .his, ,disguise had never C. Gross, late +of Philadelphia, and 1,3I,4.5,6,7B,0nd10 7 .... ... I I Wright.THE leucorrhoea, painful menstruation, too profuse menstruation or irregular menstruation -

: bum penetrated He is intthe: city Charles H.. Gross, Jr;.Franefa S/ Gross, u 4. 1. 6 and 7 .................. a 4 2 2 ? Do you have sediment in jour urine? Do you have bearing down and hot

;. 'jail today recent Executor and in hb own right, Samuel" Gross 6, 6 and 8 .................... 1 a SLAUTER MFG. CO. flashes? Are you dizzy and nervous? Are you always tired and weak? Do you
"10 says a: dispatch Fryy and Anna B. Fry Lilly G. Brown and .... .
. L3.3,4and6 ........ : 2 a have numb spells Many women have been saved from the operating table
from Los Angeles,. apparently embarrassed George K., Brown her husband, :William H. 1,2blands ............... a I by Dr. W. R. Farrow's medicines.
Gross, Kate T. Gross J. E. Rambo and JaneG. Special Manifold Soil Pipe deep-acting
't 4,5,8,1and10 .................... 4 3a. ,
,r . ,by themale, attire lent by an- Rambo. hb wife and all others unknown .'. ... ... '.'.......''... 1 4All Fittings. 1. W. R. FARROW
heirs, devisees, grantees and,claimants other I. .. .. JACKSONVILLE FLA.
(10 lots) .... .. ..... I 4 \
- Otfcer,prisoner. \YhIlo rosy-cheeked wise and under Charles H. Gross deceased: 4 ... ... ..................... I 4 Foundry and Shipping Point:
entered hairdressing. of J. M. Potter late of Oseeola County Fla.; 1,38aandlo.............. 1 6 __
young woman a of George M. Bobbins, late of Brevard Conn. All (10 lots) .................. I I Orlando, Fla, i
istablishment-yesterday and ordered ty Fla.; Mary Elisabeth Bobbins and all 4,6,7,8,9and10............ I I andChattanooga
others unknown heirs devisees, grantees and 1,6,7,8Iand10 .............. 1 0 .
her'' hair "marcelled" the attendant claimants otherwise of and under George ,M. AD (10 Iota) ................... 2 0 Tenn. .
Bobbins, deceased; of A. J. Mabbett,' late of I 1,2,3,6,7.8,6nd10...... 1 ,7 .
,discovered. that she.was wearing a Baltimore, Mi, Annie S. Mabbett hb widow I Ml ((10 tots) .................. I 7 .

t wig.. dose inspection of her patron's Birdie M. Record, single Edwin J. Mabett 6,7,8and9 .................. I 7
and all other unknown heirs devisees, grantees iI,' 6, 7,' 8 and 9 ............... 4 7
face ,revealed a. slight ,stubble, then or claimants otherwise of A. J. Mabbett.eeeased Also about twenty-seven (27) lots nnplat-
a. : Florida Improvement Company a I ted on the west, side of the Atlantic Coast TO NEW YORK BOSTONAND
the attendant called policeman. Corporation under the laws of Great Britain; I Line Railway, South of Taft Novelty Works ,

*"1 supposed I was like other women c. T. Murdock. L. M. Lawson, Jan A. Lan- in: Block 5, Tim 2. 3, 4. and ( and being
genhusen, H. J. B. Kendall and iD all 409 Iota,' containing 105 acre, more or Barylarian'sOrientalArtStore' ALLNortkera
," said Butcher at the jail. "Iwasn't Alex Crum MeLeod, as trustee of said I ess. < .
Florida Land and Mortgage Company a corporation Also the undivided one-half interest b the alt Eastern Points
satisfied :with- the hair I; had and their unknown successors ,or following, lands?b Osceola County, Florid I

and wanted it nice and asigns; Charles D. Willard. as attorney in Restful and Healthful Sea Voyage
wavy. .act and J. M. Shumacher 'as attorney in N*!W BiTu' a% of iwH>

Butcher 'said he had experienced fact of said Florida Land and Mortgage H ............... 123 M 0.1 6200.Ton M.dern Steel
Company ,and their successors and all per %. wtt of nett. .H Latest Designs and Patterns
L difficulty_ securing work as a man. sons claiming under or through them; James Eof'nwl4, n% of sett .. I 2529 Steamships 400 Feet
'a week and board is )I.: Gambler. W., C. Palmer and Fred Biggs W%' of nett.'e% of n,,%. iwtt in Oriental Goods FARES
t "Five room secretary u directors of the said, Florida of nw%. 1% of iwtt and wg Long.

better than anything I could get to do Land and Mortgage Company corporation, of sett ...................... 626 29 Expert Tailoring for FROM Stopover at
and their unknown successors; Land jud NR of nw'4. n% of seya of nw3 Ladies SavtaaakII
v, 'as 'a man," said jie, "and besides I Treat Company of Florida, limited a Corpor- and se of nw>A ... 9 2S a and Gentlemen JACKSONVILLETO desired
do aation under the laws of Great .Brittian, N1 of sew%. nett of .w%.
like to housework. lames Grahame and Henry J. B. Kendall as 11h of ................. 11 ZS zt I Progress Laundry for

trustees of said Land and Trust Company N Vit n% of swtt and sett ......11 25 ItI I White Folks Only .
of Florida, Limited and their unknown successors The foregoing lands being conveyed; by the fntOi. lalamelne j
A RICH, FIND and assignees: Earle Hodges, as voluntary Prosper Colony Company a corporation or- New York $24.90 $19.00
Llouidator of Florida. Land and Mortgage ganlxed and existing under the laws of the Cor. Church and Court Sts.
Company Limited A: Corporation under State of Florida as aforesaid. I Boston 28.10 23.00 J
A few days ago while' digging outa the laws of the Kingdom of Great Brttian; It fa'hereby: ordered that all parties claiming '
George Herring and George Parker as ,trustees an interest under the foregoing named
new right-of-way for the hard road of Florida Land and Mortgage Company parties or otherwise in and to the abovedescribed ( Ww Urn uJ&IMI ticket bm s1ThrIa
' corporation aforesaid and their unknown property and all other persons
leading from Cottondale to the Washington successors; Florida Land and Timber Com. known and unknown having or claiming to SIGN PAINTINGJack JACKSONVILLE OFFICE 27 HOGAN ST.-Pfcome 2M

county line, one of the labor- pan a corporation doing, business in the have any interest in or to the above described Preston will paint your J.C.CAJUJACK.T.r.A. w. I. KOCUU. Tltssl....
State of Florida; and all other persona, known property or any part thereof are hereby ordered -
ers' in Poyner'g. road crew' unearthed and unknown, having or claiming to have' to appear to the bill in this cause on sign on short notice. Good work.

1 I any interest in or to the following propertyor April Rule Day A. D. 1913, tame being.
an old fruit jar which No. 10 Washington street 14-6t _
contained ,
any part or parcel thereof to-wit: April 7th, A. D. 1913. ---- -- ------ ----- ti,

six-hundred and'twenty dimes- $62.00 The following lands lying and being in the It' fa hereby ordered that' this notice be
County of Orange State of Florida: week for twelve consecutive !:
published once a !
? The' buried treasure was found in what See. Tp. Rge.EH weeks in the South Florida Sentinel, a I
{ of .& swU of se%, a% of M't l e e e e. t t t t I
at Orange County, I
published Orlando
used to be garden
a a small building paper ---"IW.I"&t"1
swU, ntK 'of nw%' ,.t.......; 10 U 28 Florida' .
t :the western part of Cottondale EU of e% and nwttof eeU .;. 14 24. 28 I IS In witness whereof, I have hereunto set my 1i I'i
of se% and ne% of aeft .* 11 24 28 hand and affixed official teal thfa 9th day TEN
The last occupant of, the house was Se% and se% of nett and aeK
a A. D. 1111. '
woman 1 caw 14 ?........7..........' 24 23 >a part Indian named Sallie Godwin
Ne14 of sw% and nw% of se%.. M fE 28
Circuit Court of Fla.
who has been dead for the Allot ...........:...'......... 124 28 Clerk Orange County i WAISTS, DRESS MATER- = I
past Allot ................,........ 12 24 28 (SEAL) S friends
'ten years or more, is ''the supposition Se% of *eU .................; $245 JONES A JONES .IALS, LACES, EMBROIDER. i We wish to announce to our and the public generally,

Se of teg .................. $245 Solicitors for Complabanta.NOTICE. I. IES NECKWEAR AND HOS. I' j
that.she had hoarded up the All of ............:............ Sf 24 '28 that we have formed a partnership'under the !
which in dimes-and for of ne1(<. > w% of..14.... I. 29 .. i IERYHandkerchief *
money- was D% of ae%. } of .,,3f .. t :a 2* I above firm name for a generalS I ;,
safe keeping buried it in her garden Bi of aw4. aw;of sw. f .. 1J M II Specials *

',of' % ................. 15212 i W and Panama .
and failed to reveal the fact to anyon E% of swlf .................. 11212 ReadJ-to- ar ,
her All of ......................... 11212 In dretit Court 7tk Jadkial QreaH. OrangeCounty Hats t I Real Estate and Insurance'
before: death.;-Marianna Times All of ......................... 20 *. 29 Florida. ,
Courier., All (except swU of sent ...... 21 28 2* John W. Comminnvs S MISSES HAMILTON ft t
N. .U. of awU and iwU of nwVi.. M a 29te Divorce. >
,} I ( SH 'of-iwi4..:..:.. 273121 Carrie B. Cummings. alias Carrie B* Paytoa. C DUNN't S I I business and-are- centrally located in a ground floor office at No.

Wl4 of nwK. w% of swj(. BtK To Came B. Cummings alias Carrie B. Pay- Orlando Florida =
v SANFORD, ATTEND' ORANGE .w ,'.. .... n nrE 21N ton: , 17 6.Orange.Avenne (formerly occupied by Hamilton & Dunn
COUNTY FAIR % of ne 14. EES'SS It appears from the sworn. bill in the above t ,
'All of -....: entitled cause that the defendant's
Allot ......................... $12221 ; place of address fa unknown to complainant present, S t S t $ t '. .. S a s IJfillinery'whete we will be pleased to meet all our old friends

f : Be" at ..H of iK ........ I t4 a that she fa above the age of twentyoneyears j 5

s ,Sanford, Feb. 19.-Sanford was well Allot ......................... I M a and that there fa no person te the and to make .
represented at the of the Allot .....:...............i... 11414 State of Florida the service of a subpoena. ,new ones.Our J
opening day
A Be"- of MH,.w tt of iwH, .w H upon whom would bind the defendant L Mustard.o-
Orange County, Fair, Tuesday. Quite t.,14 ... ... ... ...... u 14 a You are therefore ordered to appear to ,{. ; nod 1
N%. B of ..* < .* of'I I this Bill on Monday 'the 5th. day of May l lirt of oityaadft6reage property'. is a

r', a number of" people went down by wY, of' .w ............... 825of A. D. 1913. the "same being a Rule Day'.7It ... ., . 11 l'.4 I / !" t 4'I
train l B" Of ......L............... thfa Court t .
n and,autos to witness' the grand A1f :........................ 21$421W fa further ordered that this notice be :T1ECU/NS; L. ; iederehavr; MAC exceptional. bargalna.t . ,COKE AND SEE:, UR. ;

'automobile,parade(and to be present M* ..... ..... ...... published for eight consecutive weeks ia the -": wi "': : '. :
8 S S
/ .: ....: South Florida Sentinel, a pub _
All ..... ... ...... newspaper
( at the opening ceremonies; and also to WF4, w% ,of . .... .. lished In Orange count, florid&e.. s, i. .r..... .. : I,. 00,I' ,j.Lord&Bradshaw 1,
take: in all ':the events scheduled for A of .......:.:....:..:. 8 Witness my hand and seal thfa February : : ; . . ;;
8th 1913. Face -
:% ; : portions of See. 8 known M mi Scalp. MiiMgr;. .. v <1I.

opening:day,'as,well as to, see'all the ,Block*,*L.* .M of.rProosd .b ColonCams tM (Seal) B.. M.Clerk'ROBINSON Circuit,Court' Pwlerorec. Wdttwi. :*1J>M' ftoti :'ui: MII 4ft4' .

.fine,'exhibit! .of :the- magnificent re- .aides of the'clerk of the CItfett >. Stirtw-k A Bi Starbaek.M. A., HOWARD*'! D..' C.|. I ", r ft,'" (1. I:. .t'I. !; 6J ... _. i

lourees of grand old Orange \a.Dtt.I I . fart .of, Onfif.* Coraty i s : : { liL ,r" r:; ,

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'x 'ING. ';'MiSBRABLE. : t"H I
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B1'f.l I
H" There,are,'a lot .of people In. : 'ECETYEB 1:
, '_world: who seem'to,take,a, j
miserable'and in making THE MAPKRT ]- .. '
': light in.being < -" M 11' j .ll RM7 THE MARKET :
others feel:that.,way,.too.. OF CLEANLINESS .'-: -. ,. U/ !,-&' OF QUALITY
i Some men and :some;women, too, .:. ,:" ,'J. '. :./ ,+ t. 1'. i
: t-
surround themselves with an atmosphere 2

.. of' :gloom that:eternal sunshine My Spring line of Men .and iI' -J
this ,dis'toiling .
cannot dispel, and through '
{ Boys Straw Hats in all the
'' medium molehills grow to
; mountains and there are'tears, and newest shapes. Nice line of < T
where ,there should be smiles.
groans They wake the'morning with Panamas 'for $5. My spring LEND OS Id EAR

a face,that looks like a sodden doughnut Trouser line, is now completein
t ,, and perhaps the sun Is bright I
and the birds are singing. They will all new shades.Clark ,
grumble and say,"Oh,well, this won't ... . ,
11m1 _
bad weather yet before -- ...... : :
: last; we'll have _: : IJiI u.x: l
, night" And should the sky grow YOUR' TRON GEHASENABUJUSTOMAKEGREAT '' *
y ..clouded, and a refreshing rain moisten j ..., _...<: STRIDES IN ESTABLISHING IN ORLANDO +"tt.'iTHE 1;
the 'thirsty earth, they shout in RobertsonSuccessor I I """"L.J.. ..",.,'. .... '. <
f glee, "I so.
:, ,When they sit 'down to breakfast

t(f in they the almost coffee.,sour and the the cream most tempting they put to Jerome Palmer & Co. "PERFECT MARKET j

i -breakfast does' them ,about a. much I I .fr.. / ..;y)I' ., i
good as a carpet tack sndwieh.wuld. t .w ,. 1-
} They go* dyspeptic morose, 'pew- --.-- --- : 4 /. i VISIT US AND NOTE'THE' ABSOLUTELY SANITARY J'W rA.

. mists, cynical, hypochondrical and HinmnmttK : I? : METHODS WHICH GOVERN OUR HAUDT.TW nF ._ l :i
; -
downright,nuisances.If :f ....< ._.. ........ j ti. .... ___ .
; get to be y .. ,.. & 1'stc .w.fl'._ .0.J" .1-.J"9.;ur.'_. $.,. _.. '!.
to feeling blue about >:, : ,.. t
get DO IT
you ever LET"JIM" |
: and think what it will j
: things stop Best M
mean if you keep it up, and then pin aGs Poultry and Game 4

your,mind so hard on your daily task : sellLet l ,
that there isn't room .for another If you have property, to j

: thing in your head. That's ,the way : Jim do it ,1 atisfactory Accurate Service r ;
;, to keep the haunting spirit of pessimism : : 1

r' .heart and despondency out. of your I It If you want to buy ..i.".i.r,, ,1.I' __ lt.L -'tit" .. ''' i .. '. : ... .."\ }.

, ...CUU. -'*..*.em....'.r.a the worM' .......has. .j:. : Let Jim' do it. ,A'. OUR DELIVERY-PROMPT AND RAPID-MEANS YOUR 'u 8 i

; time to listen to your troubles for : t PURCHASES DELIVERED WHEN YOU WANT THEMLook

; everyone has troubles of his otffi;end I I City and Country rfoperties s FarmLands . '" t' 1'_ .!' ..... ."?,,..,.. ." ., ..
-. the chances are ,that a good many ..., 7---l51" _r_ .4.... ...t *. -:--t: _"u..r... :]'

;'- have A great deal heavier burden to I Groves and Tracts Over this List of
!bear than you have. .. Specialties !

STORAGE BATTERY CARS 'Twenty acres, 10 acres of which is in bearing orange ---." '.- ,o JI'ua-t\W. ........ .JI& ; ....,"". P-. .
grove, and balance 10 acres in timber land, five-room p .RFECTi9N ALL-PORK SAUSAGE CHOICE GRAIN FED POULTRY .s t

Several railroads now employ what : ,cottage, located three miles from city, price 300000. ALL f.ARIETlES OF CHOICE MEATS CHOICE DUCKS AND GOSLINGS 9 .r''a

is known as the Edison-Beach type of I Twenty-five acres, 10 acres of bearing grove, 600 SELECT OUSTERS FRESH FISH .
f'j !
car, equipped with storage batteries. : trees,. five-room house and barn, located on lake front, # "
The first cars of this kind were small : four miles from city price 400000.
and adapted only to the lighter kinds : Thirty acres, 15 acres in grove, 1000 trees, 15 acres i"
" of service, but larger and_heavier cars : of fine farm and vegetable land located on lake front,
: have been built, and many are now in I four and half miles from city, price 500000., PirWIirke'tH.

t use, 'on branch ,lines of .steam rail : Forty,acres of virgin pine timber land of fine fruit and
" ways., One car on the line between : vegetable. land fronting on Lake Conway, four mils from ; -I
JMontandon and Miffiinburg, Pennsylvania I city, price $2,000.00.Twenty "
has_taken.the place of a steam : acres of lake front land near city suitable for ,
locomotive. and two coaches. It makes : sub-division. Price $3,800.00.

' twenty-two trips .a day, whereas the : Forty-five acres, five ,acres in bearing orange grove, M. SELF & CO. i
steam, train formerly made but two. I small house and barn, located at Conway, five miles from '

The new cars seat'forty-two passengers : city,price $1,500.00. No. 18 20 East Pine Street.> \ PHONE <
each,and' travel at a speed of from' j Five,acres with cottage near city, price $1,500.00 NO. 80IIIQtltHllllllllMHIIIIfillllllliHiiiiiiiiiiimni 'I

twentyfiverto forty miles.,an hour, Three and one-half acres with twelve-room. house located -

aform distance'of one' hundred mileson near city, price $1,500.00.. I
.a single. 'charge of the Edison bat.' Twenty.aCres with bearing grove 'of 300 trees, smallhouse '
'tery. and barn, price $2,800.00J I

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; To purify the_sirof: offices or sick .
-rooms soak a few pieces of brown

'paper'allow use,lay them in a*a handful to solution dry.of When of flowers' saltpeter desired of lavender and for- roRlAN BANK & TRUST I COMf ij 1

<;.": which, on a can,tin be pan gotten with'a at few any pieces drugstore THE NEW CASH STORE

.} of the paper,and light. The aroma is
refreshing\'and agreeable. and drives Capital and Surplus and Undivided Profits $120,060.00. .

away' insects. If hot water is procurable Cor. South and Hughey Sts. .. Total Resources over Three-quarters of a Million.
ta few drops of oil of'lavender -

in a' glass of very .hot water is WE BUY FOR CASH AND SELL FOR CASH. WE Report of the Condition of Orlando
; good. :It purifies, 'the air at once and KEEP OUR EXPENSES DOWN AND CONSEQUENTLY -
effectually :rids the room of:flies and CAN KEEP OUR PRICES DOWN Bank and Trust Co., Condensed

; insects of all kinds.. From Report to Comptroller
Our'Prone No. is er Feb. 4,1913RESOURCES
And an Order will Have Prompt Attention, and will be
I ; ,and Discounts ......$393,161.05
'The public schools of Tarpon! 'Delivered to Any Part of the City.D. Overdarfts to...... 193.53

Springs are d'to enjoying: one of. Stocks and Bonds ....... 26,018.33
the most successful years in their history. B. RAYBON, Proprietor ORLANDO, FLA. y Real Estate, Furniture and

.{ The enrollment of the student Fixtures ... .......... 25,853.44
i body.numbers upwards of three,hundred : Cash on hand and in Banks 215,084.83

Attendance thus far this;year I II .... ." !!
90 cent of the enrollment - *
las averaged per $660,311.18E
:!1 _
I InsuranceBest 3# Capital Stock ......,..?$100,000.00.
J The Marion County Hospital Asso-I Surplus and Undivided

'ciation has decided to issue Profits ... ...'........ 22,83133
I the amount of $10,000 and will con- I Deposits .to to. 537,418.85
tinue the'work of erecting a modern Companies'Lowest ..... .
: hospital in Ocala. The work was begun E !
but the funds I <, Rates $660,311.18 .s
r over.a..year ago, .
gave out and the work was Stopped. I T We invite the attention of our cus. i
s The; building when completed, will I '. Honest Losses ,Promptly tomers and friends to our statement '\
have cost about 335,000 and will be I above and wish to assure them that. .
thoroughly up-to-date and fitted for Adjusted and PaidT. we appreciate: their patronage and :t
the work intended. ask for; a continuance of same. .: -I
'S3 Don't forget that our deposits are J '
r The Manatee River: Journal ,says: insured.
s. J 1
"The city of'Bradentown is making I WayPhone -- A cordial 'invitation is extended to 1L
great improvements in the shape of visitors in our city to call and open

curbing, paving, sewers and parks. I Uyted SIlks Gmrneit,Stale mi Cwntf.......,. an account with us.
In addition_to this the county is building I I 172. 23 South Orange Ave.UNDERTAKER .. I w3 :
fine court house and.a high S
"s' chool a, which'combined,with the city's _,- r 0 0- i : ii"I

improvements will ,make Bradentownan --
ideal city for your home." IMtilllimiMMHMM .
-, J. a'MeKAY'
Work is now being actively pushed CONTRACTOR. AND
/ by the company who has the contract ARTISTIC PICTURE FRAMER of'Orlando Oscar Hand DRUGS PHONE BUILDER.Superiatead ..,
}t. :for the installing of Lakeland'a sewerage All Work.

'iJ : system. The $75,000 sewerage PING .,:STRKGTMlilllll r D' ADRUG'cOwv Prices!That Are an
'system will place Lakeland. in the t &: Son : M tJ
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'rfront. rank of Florida cities. It is -- : s..ora- to E. HandFULL All Wit }eeL
: understood that as soon as.this work MMIill tt ; r' \ I''

,is completed. vitrified brick streets SEESLAUTER'S, NEW : .;. LINE OF .:COM-' ; .', ._- -',. ;..
.j :will be. laid.. ; ,SANITARY .,'FRANK', : ,,-- > JIYjEItlS1i , TEHUSE'FURNisaINas . QUICK DELIVERY.Watkins '
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CONNECTION Mattf rtww: : 9, "' i .
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F :; SOCIETY Gentleman from Chicago, whose 'C'_. c- .- .' ,/;.-\ ; ".
:' wealth is in the million class intended
"nilise.(; Werest WMMI
making a winter's visit to. Florida

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: I accordingly invited 'a dozenof : '\:: .
'mil" ioNi NUMniBB-OQCIETT'J EDITOR his .friends to accompany him to .
::(Met.Nvter M iatdesa Niakr,.HINOWCBNotkM Miami. He shipped his large touringcar !,:,'.,:. .:
and sent his colored chauffeur ) \: : <. .
.: 'IPICU' ., . for' tile Social 'and Woman's Department 04 beto ahead. But when Mr. reached .' : .
.; ,eulaisd' the Society Editor by either of the abora telephone. Mafl ,,:;<. :- -
written MtfeM to the'Society Editor cue,Sentinel. Notices of social'function Miami he found that he could not use .
dob Beetbgi church ptbi the and Other items of social"intcrat should be' i his touring car unless he employeda ," ;
h- 'telephoned to;this department a soon as u.q.oeev' in.order that- their news white chauffeur as a white man's
nfee .. not sired '
: .be :
union forbade any but a white man ,
operating a car and there was in.Mi- SATURDAY, WASHINGTON'S BIRTHDAYOur ;

I ami no protection against this ill ad. Banking Rooms will be closed but
I I SHORT vised ,measure, consequently the ;
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gentleman shipped his car to Winter e
;Jes' Uaghin' along Park and with his company of peopleare .;" .,.;, ;'
o: ,Through_the heat of the day Thacker'spoke last night on, the located at the New Seminole, For Your
With a':sigh for the wrong., short weight when we are weighedin where he is delighted with the accom- , ,":,
That ,I:see' on the way., the balances of"the requirements of modations, in love with Winter Park \
;But a'smile for the,true I I the righteousness of the Lord. and Orlando and is glad he made the ; Accommodation
.; .And.a'song for, the sweet,. The services last night were possibly change.It ,. t
;% And a glad howdy-do the best of the entire services. It is an ill wind, etc.
:For, friends that I meet was easily seen.that the people were .
r .. our booth, "just around the
v impressed wiUf the spirited importof THE SNAKE CURIOSITY SETTLED ,

,1 Jet. along, the searching exposition of the 1 The Sentinel is always after facts ,. corner," in the main exhibi--
To the evening'' of ret, truth, as the preacher made it bearon and when Mr. Furlong presented the : ,,

41'.JhooghJ'm'.not. very'strong, the life of the individual It was "petrified" snake at this office the bition building, at the Fair,
'. Still I'm doing my'best, shown, that men too often confound editor said that there were many in ',
An' I'm bearin' my cares sin with violent act of heinous crime this city competent to pas. upon ':, will be open from 9 a.m. till.

Without whinin' or frettin and consequently fail to see the Bible and place ,it in a class where it be- 5 where shall be '
GiY n' my prayers teaching or sin in the disposition and longs. Mr.Furlong said that he was p.m., we

For the joys that I'm gettin'. attitude of the heart towards God. anxious to know the facts. pleased to serve you as your / :.'
t A man may be such a sinner as to fall This morning Mr. S. A. Robinson, .'t 1
Jes''liughin' along, of external life and never commit an who acknowledged authority on necessities may require.
; .?Windin' joy in the roses, act against society, but by indiffer geology and archaeology called at the
'Hie' lilt. of the, song, ence to God and, lifting himself up office and it did not take him three
:An' rest when the day closes, j against God be lost. The 'case of the minutes to tell what it is. He said .
With 'sad ,hours for weepin', rich fool of the Bible was describedas that it
simply pitch from
was a pine NATIONAL
'Contentedly keepin'In j one where the individual becameso tree 'that had assumed that shape
step on the way. j self-centered that barns and goods and the deceptive colorings mad it
Q' -DetroitcFree Press. I were for self and no consideration,of look very real. But a dissection witha t
I other entered into the life,-, with the jack knife showed' that Mr. Robinson : r
THE: : ORLANDO CHAUTAUQUA,! result that when the soul was to be had the right name for it. Mr.

MARCH 2ND TO MARCH,13TH. i separated from the goods it was seen D. B. Sphaler of Taft was ,in the .. y
that the soul was indeed, with- ,. ,. .
poor office at the same time and he concurred 'r. ,
,The annual session of the Orlando ;out God and without hope in the in this opinion. \ f

.Chautauqua will open March 2nd and Mr. Fisher makes. the fifteen-I .

continue._ through for twelve i minutes of song service tell mightily PAPA SYLVAN .. .
r, ,During that time,the very best daY8.1 I for the' good of every service. The I t

& 'obtainable' .in:the country' will appear!i'singing at all these services has been I Dr. and Mrs. Sylvan McElroy were A
.and give them splendid numbers for I exceptionally good.. Under ,Mr. Fish- made.happy last night by the appear- .
,the_people of,Orlando."Ever Better" I er8' direction the people seem to love ance of a nice little gentleman who
,M',the motto of the Chautauqua and:I to. sing. came to visit them from babylandand
this year's' program never had an i I Services this morning at 10. o'clock.': who hopes to make his home with I I
:equal' in the :Southern Chautauquafield. This evening at 7:30 o'clock them for years and years to come. _
I As a consequence of the gentleman's
,We are to have such men as Bishop THE HANDSOMEST IN THE arrival "Doc" is almost too happy to -
John, H., Vincent, the founder of t E STATE be comfortable.
the Chautauqua movement, ,and one I J. G. Kirkland, division passenger
f .of the.grandest men in the country;I agent of the Atlantic Coast Line, returned A CLOSE SHAVE
Edmund'.Vance Cooke, the celebrated last night from Orlando, where (
poet whose name'is a household word' ; he,went to attend the opening of the Last evening while returning froma {

A W.:;"Sunshine"''Hawkes, with one Qrange County Fair. Ht states that visit to one of his groves, Mr. Brax- CROflS
I'pf kjs j inspiring lectures on Happiness; the fair: is one of the best )he has ton Beecham, came near being run in- CROES
E J. :caesar Naypho, a'native born ever seen, the exhibits being interesting to at the railroad crossing at the
t\rifM8, tyho. will in his lecture shed,I and that the attendance on the water works by No. 85, A. C. L pas
rack JI light gfl_(th",Balkan !situation grad J t I first day wa$ larger, than the managers senger train, south bound.

fliers ,of like, caiibrHr .. 1 had anticipated. The automobile Mr. Beecham's coolness in applyingthe

.,In the way.of music, we are to have parade on' the. opening day was one emergency Brakes on his car, possibly -
:the finest that has ever trod the Florin of the 'finest Mr. Kirkland has ever saved his life The train' only

'1{ soUt'The Fellows Grand Opora Co., witnessed, hundreds of machines. being narrowly missed him by a few inch- Are jamming and packing our

'of'five people'.who .will, nd costume,l J handsomely 'decorated, being in es. \' 'r .
3 give us real gems frpra. the great.opel\line. The fair is attracting people I '
j of the
'' ,ens, 'Co m nwea1tl Male Quartette, from all sections of the state, andwill I: AT THE LUCERNE store, now taking advantage

who lire without a: peer ,vocalists douOrange' ,county, and South.Flfo2much ,. I I

,; ,aad instrumentalists, will charm all good. Before return- The Lucerne Theatre is presentinga great Shoe Sacrifice as shown by \
who hear them. 'The Rogers Gordon ing home, Mr. Kirkland visited Winter very classy bill this week, the occasion t
&r Bud of seven people is the best in the Park, and looked over the new Semi. being,the Orange County Fair. r
Ctantauqua $ed, Beside we .shall' nole hotel, which was recently finished Five big acts are on the bill every ;

'h0te! 'a..,'h we,,':_,,soiolst, MUs Owls Nurahef. and opened to the publican January night this week, a complete change ev-
; I 20. He 'says that the hotel is one of ery night. The pictures will be unusually The Red PriceSOur

We will have Miss:Gay Zenola MaeLawn the handsomest in the state, and is attractive, . r ....1 '\ Taf"
who in her_intimitable manner: filled with tourists.. Tampa Tribune.
i i readings of tw0 Pf the I I -
; wffl,'give its DANCE AT ELKS' CLUB LAST
Bel Feb. fib.
The &n
i Wilmington .
'great"plays of:.the: day. Miss Jean-]) EVENING. "'
"ette t ; About fifty of
.please all jybo; hear her Wilmington this morning. Wilming- in the ball room of
We,'wiU:}have: the Bible hour conduetedby' ton suffragettes walked,with them to I the Elks' Home last evening for the entire Stock of Shoes marked
: : four miles'south, where they
: of
Dr. :George Summary, Mrs. Martha s.I I I most delightful of affairs, an informal .
entertained by
r New Orleans ,the Health Talks by Dr. were,
:Caroline"Geisel, ,of the-Battle CreekSanitarium Cranston, president Association.of the Delaware I dance.The music, furnished by theScruggs' down to the Limit of Deduction for

: and,the.Literary.talks by Equal Suffrage orchestra, was excellent and t
It is the intention to move on dur-
Hamilton of the
HittMeddie: 0. I" that, not
t mother:. chautauqua, ,so there will be ing,the afternoon to Elkton, Md., Until the, evening late hour so enjoyable did the merry dan- STOCK REDUCTION
where the suffragettes will spend the, QUICK
for everybody
'ethingipectal waltz to the strains, of "Home
Last, ,but not'least, we will have night Elkton js'la miles from $ 1aington. -\cers #

Joseph,,Rosani, .the best ,juggler in .,, >&>* SweetHome.n of :
.,____ reduced $10-
the 'world to, give 'us two delightful -- : I' ,! The stock must be

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.r :Here is a program- -that any town in 00.0,00 in two weeks. Our RED TAG
e the country would be proud of and it IN ORLANDO '
'is to be brought to you, the peopleof GRfAUST BARGAIN end.
Orlando., No expense has been SALE PRICES will meet that

spared to procure the best. and the

.' wecett of.:.the, enterprise' 'now ,rests

with,its patrons.Specific ., LAKE
announcements will follow 8 BEAUTIFUL Dont miss this opportunity. Nothing reserved.
this ,and the 'detailed program will
', be in your hand very soon. Remem- EOLA can be bought very Shoes for everybody. Join the crowd to-day for your

ber ,the Chautauqea,' come and helpit the
Inauire at
be helped yourself. reasonable____ ,
and : ---n'" ' share of'd1e big Shoe values atDUCKWORTH'S


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Beatrice,McCueCoatralto at Rollins E. :
CoRete.J .
af8:1S'Kiss "
evening "
Next Monday - I '
,Beatrice' McCue, Contralto, of :New '
York will sing a recital: 'RollinLPr 'WHILE VISITING THECOUNTY \
.. : ... Shoe sto'reSI'I
i' ea and"critics.:join in declaring : ,
\Miss MeCue a great singer., 'Her voice : ORANGE FAIR ;

'' ; i*,.deep, rich, and :full:and ,,she is::a : .
ewraauBate artist. 'Marcus*.Keller- I I TAKE YOUR MBAIS'AT THEARCADE
:'nan,:the:'great:: baritone; who so de- .
M :lifted the large audience at.the'Lo- 'RESTAURANT: '- -
c :; ne kit Tuesday ,nights, told' Pro! .f
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; SOCJETYN'OTES- Gentleman from Chicago, whose '. ,, : < ,' ,", .
wealth is in the million class
intended l
'y 'Hogs :ol ,Merest to ,WMKBTSLWHONB making a winter's visit to, Florida

Y and accordingly invited a half dozen -, ."
-' of'his friends to him to
N11IIIIB8- OCIB Borrow accompany ,',.c
'' Ogee Xufcr M loUeM* Nufer.. USSPBCLLL Miami. He, shipped his large touringcar ..,,'," ,' '' '
and sent his colored chauffeur : "
NOnCK-lfetiea for tht Social and Woman'i Department eaa bt ahead. But when Mr. reached . ., '"',;,
CMBBttukftted to tbt SocIetJ'Editor I? either of the abort tstephonea. Maflwrtttan -: ," .. "
t ,-
; Miami he found that he could '
wades to.the Sodetj Editor.:cart. Sentinel. Notica.of ndil functions. not use '
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dub mtlim church fathering and other 'J&emI'of social :intenrt should bt his touring car unless he employeda 1
telephoned;to;thk 'department at,soon as they,oeeur, in order. that their amTahttbt white chauffeur as a white man's
: :not.btttireiLAUGHING union forbade any but a white man' "
a operating a car and there was in Mi- SATURDAY WASHINGTON'S BIRTHDAY': .

ami no protection against this ill advised Our Banking Rooms will be closed, but .'..:.
I measure, consequently the ,.1 ,(
WEIGHTS. gentleman shipped his car to Winter .
,Jes' laughin1 along, Park and with his company of peopleare '. '. ". r
Through.the heat of the day, Dr. Thacker spoke last night on the located at the New Seminole, For Your y .

With a sigh for the wrong short ,weight when we are weighed where he is delighted with the accom- \:.;
: That r see'on the ,way, lathe, balances of\the requirements of modations, in love with Winter Park \
Bat a smile for the true the righteousness of the Lord. and Orlando and is glad he made the Accommodationour

And a song for, the sweet, The services last night were possibly change. '\,. : f
And a glad,howdy-do the best of the entire services. It It is an ill wind, etc. \
I For friends that I meet. was easily seen that the people were a :,
i, impressed with the spirited importof ,THE SNAKE CURIOSITY SETTLED ,. ". booth, "just around the :..

\; Jes'.laughin1-along,, the searching exposition of the The Sentinel is always after facts :. a corner," in the main .exhibi- 0 y,
To the evening of refit, truth, as the preacher mad it,bearon and when Mr. Furlong presented the : .

:' i Though,I'm not very strong, the life of the individual It was "petrified" snake at this office the bition building, at the Fair, "
f Still I'm doing'my'best, shown that men too often confoundsin editor said that there were many in '
An' I'm bearin' my cares with violent act of heinous crime this city competent to pass upon ':, ; will be open from 9 a.m. till .

Without whinin' or frettin' I I and,consequently fail to see the Bible and place it in a class where it be 5 where shall be :
,Gmn thanks in teaching or sin in the disposition and p.m., we
my prayers longs. Mr.Furlong said that he was .
For the joys 'that I'm gettin'. 'I I attitude of the heart towards God. anxious to know the facts. pleased to serve you as your t'

IJes' A man may be such a sinner as to fall This morning Mr. S. A. Robinson; ,1
!laughin', ,along, of external life and never commit an who in an acknowledged authority on necessities may require.
"Windin' joy in the roses, act against society, but by indifference geology and archaeology called at the
file lilt of the song, to God and lifting himself up office and it did not take him three
*An' rest when the day closes, against God be lost. The 'case of the minutes to tell what it is. He said
pith 'sad hours for weepin', I rich fool of the Bible was describedas that it from '
was simply pitch a pine
Contentedly keepin'In one where the individual becameso tree that had assumed that shape
j step on the way.Detroit self-centered that barns and goods and the deceptive colorings mad it
Free Press. were for self and no consideration .of look very real But a dissection witha
other entered into the life, with the jack knife showed' that Mr. Robinson -

THE, ORLANDO, CHAUTAUQUA,!I result that when the soul"was to be had the right name for it. Mr.
3 MARCH 2ND TO MARCH 13TH. separated from the goods it was seen
1 I D. B. Sphaler of Taft was in the t .
I that the soul was poor indeed, with office, at the same time and he concur- .
7The annual session of the Orlando I out God and without hope in the red in this opinion. ,. f
Chautauqua will open March 2nd and I I world. Mr. Fisher makes the fifteen.minutes , { -
continue through 'for'twelve days.! of song service tell mightilyfor I PAPA SYLVAN '
>r During that time the very best talent I the good of every service. The. fjr

,obtainable' in-the country will appear'. singing at all these services has been| Dr. and Mrs. Sylvan McElroy were .
; .and give them'splendid' numbers fork exceptionally good.. Under Mr. ;Fish : made_happy last night by the appear- .
the people of Orlando..Ever Better"I er's direction the people seem to love ance of a nice little gentleman who ,
lathe, motto of the Chautauqua and to sing. 1 came to visit them from babyland

this year's 'program never had an I Services this morning at 10, o'clock." and who hopes to make his home with "
k! ,equal in the ,Southern Chautauquafield. i This evening at 7:30 o'clock. t them for years and years to come. -;

As a consequence of the gentleman's
5 We are' to have such men as Bishop I THE 'HANDSOMEST IN THE arrival "Doc" is almost too happy to .
John H. Vincent, the founder of I STATE be comfortable. -
} the Chautauqua movement, and one t J. Kirkland. division passenger

La. of'the,the country;I agent of the Atlantic Coast Line, returned A CLOSE SHAVE
Edmund 'Vance Cooke, the, celebrated|; last night from Orlando, wherehe (
"poet:whose name is a household word; went to attend the opening of the Last evening while returning froma EOIs \

,A, W. "Sunshine" Hawkes, with one Qrange. County Fair. He states that visit to one of his groves, Mr. Brax- CROflS
pf his j inspiring lectures'on Happiness; till fair is one of the belt he has ton Beecham, came near being run into -

'Jq' Caesar Naypho, a native: born ever seen, the exhibits being interestIng 'at the railroad crossing at the
'-Antmff, wh9 will .in his lecture she and that the attendance on the water works by No. 85, A. C. L pas-
'new Upt f.ft'the Balkan situation' gn<|!first day wa.; larger than the manag- senger train, south bound.
Othr8 of like calibre: '?F3 had anticipated. The automobile Mr. Beecham's coolness in applyingthe

"' .In the way of,music, we are to have parade on' the opening day was one emergency brakes on his car, possibly -
the finest that,has ever trod the'For- of the finest Mj JCirkland has ever saved his lil .. The train only

Y.. J ida,,soil, The Fellows Grand Opora Co.! witnessed, 'h i ffieds of machines' be- narrowly missed him by a few inches. Are jamming and packing our

' \>f five people .who will,, in,.costume, ing handsomely decorated, being in TAT ,
give us real gems NP! the great operas I line. ...The fair is attracting people of the
; I Commonwealth Male Quartette, from all sections of the state, andwill I THE LUCERNE, %y I store, now taking advantage .

,who-are without a, peer ass vocalists do Orange' county, and South' I I
and instrumentalists, will charm all Florida much good. Before return-' The Lucerne Theatre Is presentinga 1 great Shoe Sacrifice as shown; by \

'who hear them. The Rogers Gordon ing home,'Mr. Kirkland visited Winter very classy bill this week, the occasion f
Bend of seven people is the best in the Park, and looked over the, new Seminole being the Orange County Fair.
Ckapauqn.tleid1 Besides we shall hotel, which was recently finished' Five big acts are on the bill every

ie a., rare h. sooist I '' -,,MId Owfca Nursher. and opened to the public on January I' night this week, a complete change every -
i 20. He says that the hotel is one of night. The pictures will be un- The 'Red TIt Prices.Our

:" We,:will,have Miss Gay Zenola Mae the handsomest In the state, and'is usually attractive, ...' ,
with tourists.-Tampa Tribune.
4 Laren,who, in intimitable: manner filled ..-
will 'give its readings of :twfl pf the LAST
Jean Vib I ton B Feb. $b.-The 6ft.
great plays :of ,the day. Miss : EVENING.
.. vttte' Klingv another fine reader, will I to Washington ,suffrage "hikers".left About fifty of Orlando's "youngerset"
this morning. Wilmington
Wilmington -
:please alljfeo hear her. assembled in the ball room of

;r We 'wjll',have the Bible hour con Newport suffragettes,four miles walked south with, where them they to the Elks' Home last evening for the entire Stock of Shoes marked
dUeted"b1"Dr. George Summary, most delightful of affairs, an informal
Martha S.
Orleans the Health Talks'by Dr.! were entertained by
:L::_ ,Caroline .Geisel,,of the Battle Creek' Cranston, president Association.It of the. Delaware dance.The music, furnished by theScruggs' .. down to the Limit of Reduction for

Sanitarium, and the Literary talks by Equal, Suffrage orchestra, was excellent and '
Miss ,Meddle 0. Hamilton of the the' intention to ,move on dur-
I, enjoyable that not
mother. :, chautauqna, so. there will be ing the afternoon to Elkton, Md., the I evening a late hour so did the merry dan- STOCK REDUCTION
- where the suffragettes will spend the QUICK
Something special I for everybody. waltz to the strains of "Home
Elkton fa'18 miles from Yifilmington. \\Uh
night -
Last, but not least, we will have ." ,, ,**.
G; Joseph Rosani, the best juggler in ei.' ;**"> it, > I
., _... be reduced $10I
'the world to give us two delightful -: The stock must
.. :- .
.;-,-etdD-.', .' -
? Here is a program' t&A any town in 00,0,00 in two weeks. Our RED TAG
the country would be proud of and it IN ORLANDO

'is to be brought to you, the peopleof GREATEST BARGAIN will meet that end.
Orlando. No expense has been SALE PRICES
spared to procure the best and the
success' of the< enterprise now' rests

r with its patrons.SpeciflcI'announcements. ON LAKE .
will follow 8 BEAUTIFUL LOTS Dont miss this opportunity. Nothing reserved.

this and the, detailed program will
t j be in your hands'Yery soon. Remember EOLA,, can. be bought very Shoes for everybody. Join the crowd to-day for your

the Chautauqua, ,come and help the
it and be helped'yourself. reasonable.. Inquire at share of the big Shoe values atE


Beatrice McCue-Contralto at Rollins 'C. ,DUCKWORTH'S, '
f cOIle,.' ..
Next Monday evening'at 8:15: Miss a ,

Beatrice McCue, contralto, of, ,New , -
York: will sing a ree\ta1-.t
Press ,and .critics:join in declaring . FAIR . ;'S"'h'H. Qre
Her voice COUNTY \ : _
.Miss McCue a great singer. ORANGE . ; ,
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is deep, rich, and full:and ,she is a 'i .
{ ,consummate; artist, :Marcus*,Keller .TAKE Y UR MEALS AT,THE' ': ,,'..t?:'{; (:5.. :', ,.f" r. ,:':;.. '. ,:... .. '
'man,.'the great:baritone, who:so de- "

r :ligfcted the Urge audience at the' Lueerne ARCADE RESTAURANTfrepni .
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Tuesday night told Prof. Z' \
a last: : J f i; 'l ,
that he seed :afraid toy what jM wait : '" ,
Pope r. r caw 'jilt /
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"- tuytfeing' : :he wished, isto. MissMcCne's r 'z"
'- ibaHyo" :-ting,'for. 'sb( would. I .fa,the way yw'wait ,it.. .,:..' f' ,r "' lJ- ':. ,;. t f!

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