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 23, 1913
Daily (except Monday)
normalized irregular
Physical Description:
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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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: A young man remarked to the editor -
of this paper that he was so busy
TO A Oft LAST NIGHT C- h during the week that when Sundaycame i
r. he did not have any disposition F
inclination for School
or Sunday or ;
._-- That is his obser j
t tWORLD'S young man taking
vations of life from a wrong viewpoint
|T,.. PLEASED AT RESULTS iMAI RCORD[ IMADJItR I The testimony of a vast army

j 4 i of men and women who have journeyed
: well toward the last lap of the race
( of life is against him.
Who are the men and women who
;,. find time to attend church and Sunday
HORSE MADE school. Let us begin at Orlando.
e Rd4x> Beginning at the Methodist Churchwe
1 find Col. T. J. Watkins at the door
Had Fair Week Ended With The Fine AND A QUARTER. j' ready to greet you every Sunday

i Weather That Marked Its Opening, Bonner, 2.05 "takes a world's record -. morning. In the choir we find Jos. L.
Attendance Would Have Been a pacing in 2.12 over half mile track Guernsey: and wife and Mr. F. A. Cur- j

: Great Deal Larger. in a race in February, no other horse qy 4v0 wHfc Y tis, singing with all the zest and vigorof
accomplished this feat so earlyin a half century ago. Are these men
The throng of, happy people who the year. of the class who have nothing to do
: assembled at the ,Fair grounds yes- Bonner is owned by Mr. Ed. Car- during the week, and do they not get t
terday to witness the closing exer- michael of Ocala, Fla., and driven by t. i a rest and uplift in this Sunday serve
? cises of the Third Annual Fair, by Mr. J. H. Wilson, the Indiana trainer.[ The Sentinel, believing that many today's issue and will' t be+ recognizedas fruit grove. In the front is a row of ice that helps them forward in the 1

their presence and their good humor We congratulate Mr. living in Orlando well I "Virginia Heights'the beautiful spreading oaks and to the side a long following week?
people as as
testified their satisfaction and approval owning a World's Champion, and that home of Mr. and Mrs. .,James Laughlin row of beautiful camphor trees, per- Come along up to the Presbyterian
t of the event 'as' no other act Orlando ''also holds a world's record many non-residents are interested in, Third. petually clad in a coat of waxy green,! Sunday School and Mr. W. S. Branch .I

could. for racing.It and proud of the magnificent homes This handsome place is located on I as'neatly trimmed as it is possible for chorister, in the Sabbath school and
a Y The Fair has gone into history takes a season of work out to Ormsby avenue, in the north part the great nature artist to do it. Mrs. Branch.organist These two :
that make the City Beautiful, has
,as*' one of the most successful put a horse at its pest and making up of the city.and is one of 'the acknowl., I Mr. and Mrs. Laughlin take great good people whose abilities have led .
ever held in 'south Florida I this record at practically the beginning decided to publish a series of picturesof edged beauty spots of Orlando. A'I i pleasure in their Orlando winter home young voices in heavenly song for
t The exhibit in all departments have I of the season is most remark- homes with a brief description of plat of five acres of ground in the! i i and Orlando people miss them during nearly a half century enjoy the Sunday
'NI .. been good, an unusual field of horses able and shows both individuality' and them. midst of which stands the splendid I II! the summer when they go for a brief school work as much or more today

for Florida made the races interesting breeding in the horse. The first of that series appears in I home surrounded by orange and grap j i stay in the old Keystone State. as in the youthful days. .
,and the ,race program was. one W. R. O'Neal and S. E. Ives, two
. . .
of the most satisfactory features of: WOMAN'S INDUSTRIAL EXPOSITION of- the busiest men in town in tne Sabbath -

r and the Fur showed.' The speed horses"and ,endurance.were classy j IA DEPLORABLE STATE CITRUS OUTLOOK IS''UNITED STATES And school at the every Baptist Sunday.Church, how often

The drivers conducted themselvesas 23.-The
New York, Feb Woman'sIndustrial have the voices of children and

gentlemen and:preserved the good II Exposition, planned to illustrate I OF AffAIRS young people followed the sweet tone t
reputation of the turf. the ,achievements of womenanA of the organ as played by Mrs. Stephenson s

The starter' .Mr.;,Mills,_was',one. oft to ,interest,. charitable and_ phil-i 1 ____ and the swell of the flute eo
the most satisfactory ,from, ,every anthroupic workers in movements to !r .1 sweetly played by Mr. F. N. Board-
'point'of,view that ever':came to this better'.the conditions working girls,1 I! ANOTHER REVOLUTION START- COMMISSIONER PAINTER FIVE THOUSAND MEN ORDERED man, awakening in their young ,

county.F .v ? :- 'tt,, **" "*!* .. atthe Grand Central'Palace -f"'ED"TQD AT AMECAMECA =TJ&NKS' NEW: TERMINALS: GALVESTON WITH EQUIPMENT breasts noble impulses and strengthening *
The. :attendance was. 'large: every New: York, on February MEXICO, WHERE FEDERI WILL BRING TRADE EXPANSION IMMEDIATE heavenly thought.Will .
day. Officials and people well advisedsay
March 8. any of these good people ever
the ,attendance the largest I AL,FORCES WEREDEFEATED 4! SERVICE.
was I
The exposition,- was organized** by. regret these happy experiences, or
[1$. in the, history of the Fair. Reason- ]prominent New York society women,4to i I That the citrus outlook for Florida Special to The SentinelWashington count it time lost?
.ably correct figures of attendance 1 attract the attention of men and :Special to The Sentinel is greatly improved because of the Feb., 22. Special.- Let the "busy" young man ask
cannot be given at this time and the ,women in this city who are interested -I :Mexico City Feb. 22. Midnight-!i I steps already taken to secure better Fifth brigade United States army these busy people, for their experiences -
Sentinel does not wish to publish.figures in civic improvementAn ,Against frightful oddsHuerta-Diaz administration I docks and terminals in Jacksonville, is from before he makes his final de
that appear ridiculous., The important feature of, the Exposition begun its warfare of extermination the opinion of Mr. Painter.Mr. composing 5,000 men infantry, cision. Let him visit all the churchesin
management is eminently satisfied wilt be the Civic Center, where to retain its rapidly weak- Painter, who in addition to be- artillery and signal corps branches, this city and see the good people,
with the gate receipts and that tells the various efforts for improvement in ening hold on government. ing a dock commissioner, is one of the ordered at noon today to proceed to the busy people, who constitute the

the whole ,story' The success of the both work and play will be demon The first blood of the. new revolu- most successful business men of the Galveston with full equipment for Sabbath school, and church workers

L '.. Fair ,is gratyfying' to all strated. In this section there will bea tion was shed today at Amecameca, state, believes that Florida is facing service immediately.Order of Orlando, and associate these witk
president H.:H. Dickson and Secretary model milk station to which Mrs. where a force of federals were defeated -I I and unprecedented era of P11>sperity. issued by General Wood, the memory and love of his mother
'f W. R. O'Neal as well as the di J. Borden Harriman will give her per-' by Zapata rebels, whom they In discussing the docks and terminals chief of staff and directed to brigadier before he makes the, determination alto
rectors and heads of the various departments sonal supervision, and a reventorium, attacked.A question, he said: I general Smith at Omaha, whichis his relations to the Church.No .
are pleased with'the resultof dedicated to hygenic methods' for the band of rebels'looted and burned "Anything that benefits Jackson headquarters for the fifth. more touching picture can be
the week and believe that this prevention of tuberculosis. public buildings at Ozumba today. ville helps the state. Improvements Movement of troops can only mean presented to the thoughtful mind
r Fair may be considered all the way The national exhibit of the Day Diaz and Huerta, it is freely said naturally bring about the opening up 1 that danger of intervention, instead than that brought to view in the Sunday
I 'round the, most successful one ever Nursery Asosciation will in of new territory and this means an school. :
present here loday face situation far more of growing less, if anything has been
held by the Orange County Fair As card-board facsimile, the system of ominous than the one through which increase of population. The present increased by uncertain calm in Mex-. Little children just entering upon
sociation. that organization for 'forchildren's crop outlook here is excellent and so this life tuning their voices to the
providing Diaz was able to conquer Madero. ico during the last three days. Unvarying 4
The work of tearing down the various entertainment from the much produce has been raised that them the
key given matured voicesof
Reports of rebel activities in defiance reports to state departmenttell by
r shows, exhibits, etc., began last time the child enters the building up- of the new government received -1 prices are getting lower. The truck- that the Huerta-Diaz regime is buta those who have their faces turned
night and, by, the time The Sentinelis til the day is done. A model play- from many northern states where i ers now appear to have more money tottering make-shift, more engagedin toward the open window of that larger
delivered this morning there will be ground will be shown in connection 'and' accounts are easier of collection. life through which drift the
; rebel bands are forming to take the i visiting vengeance on heads of its
little left on-the midway, as some of: "I believe there will be increaseof
with this exhibit field against Diaz. an enemies than in restorations of peaceso strains of that heavenly choir: jn
'the show people and other people i. Many prominent women, associated Diaz tonight frankly admits that) citrus fruit shipments when more much desired by foreigners.It "LeadKindly Light"
a from a distance having concessions on with charitable t foreign ships begin to come here."
and institutions
philanthropic the position of his government is pre- is announced that as soon as
the grounds spent the entire night intearing. throughout the city have carious but says he is confident that 1 In discussing the fertilizer business, transportation can be arranged the SLEET STORM CAUSES GREAT {
'; down and packing up in orderto taken an active interest in the expo an iron hand of merciless repression in which he is interested Mr.,Painter first brigade at Madison barracks, LOSS IN CHICAGO.
be ready ,to leave the dty today. sition. The executive I said: .
committee includes will ultimately triumph. New York will 'start for Galveston. -
Practically,all,of the articles in the "'Mrs. Nelson H. Henry chairman Madero and Pino Suarez have been "There is more farming in Florida This, will place an army of 8,000 Special to, The Sentinel '
different buildings, however, will re- Mrs. J. Borden Harriman, Mrs. removed to the penitentiary where this year than ever before, and thereis men at Galveston within the next Chicago, Feb. 22.-Damage caused
main untouched until tomorrow, when a greatly increased demand for fer- by the sleet storm which
Arthur N. Miss gripped Chicago
Dodge, Stevens, Miss I they await trial. Senora Madero ap- sixty Mays, fully equipped for relief
they will,be removed.\t Elanor Adee, Mrs. J. M. Seeley, Miss peared before Huerta today and plead i tilizer, as the people are becoming of terror stricken foreigners in Mexico for thirty hours was today estimated

o Winifred Hope Miss Sears. 'Mrs.t ed for leniency for her husband, but,accustomed .to scientific farming-, whose appeals for protection attracted at $1,000,000. Although the g
SATURDAY'S RACES I Bradley Stoughton, Mrs. W. McLure I ]Huerta declared he could do nothing]Jacksonville Metropolis. 1 the attention of the entire fall of rain and sleet stopped early .

Peters, Miss Rood and Miss Elizabeth I:as fate of Madero now hangs on con. II IIi' civilized world. today, the city still practically is iso
lated from the outside world
Tuenell. gress. LUCERNE THEATER Expected second cavalry which is as nearlyall
2.17 pace,'purse $150, half mile Mexico City is infested by secret I near Texas border and perhaps Third telegraph wires .are down and it,
One week commencing Monday will be hours before, .
heats twenty-four repairs
service operatives and many being ar- ,Cavalry from same neighborhood will
"t Polly c;.. b.mi (Hamlin) ., .516311 Free for all Feb. 24th, Miss.Ina.'Lehr. the well I 'can be made.KNIGHTS .
pace, purse $200. rested on the slightest pretext in or- start for Galveston, not later than
Hal Pulaski, eh.g., (Milton) 361132 Bonner, b.g., (Wilson) .. :.. .. 111 der to jail all those against the government known stock leading lady will Thursday next week. Use of cavalry
Gertrude's Route ksJorth ,122467.0Carrie Rex Riley kg.; (Forth) .. ... 322 open a week's engagement at the I II will complete efficiency of brigade TEMPLAR

r Woodnut,- ram., Rex Riley, b.g., (Hamlin) .... 233j i The populace of this city is in a 1 i I Lucerne Theater, assisted by a com which is designed,for service in Mex- You are requested to meet, at the
(Wilson ....... .. ...233627.0 Time 2.13, 2.12, 2.13K. highly appreciative state of mind.; pany of capable performers. asylum at 2:45 o'clock in full' uniform {
.. 444247.0 Opening in "A Broken Heart ico.Three to attend the funeral of Sir Knight
? Tom Riley, b.g.f (Igou) u Purse I
Racing Special, $100. Numerous residents are actually pre- transports, Kilpatrick, Mc-
'? Elwood, D., b.g., (Hand) .. .655657.0 Prince Patchen b.g., (Price) .,. Ill paring for a new siege similar to, the a. beautiful comedy drama in"four Lellan and Sumner are due to arriveat Chas: S. Guernsey.
i ,Time,1,08,1.10,1.11. i Gertrude's Route, b.s., (Plummer 322 *one just ended. acts, with vaudeville between each ,Galveston for the purpose, of embarking G. E. McCULLOUGH,
Special ',Race, pace and trot, purse Cassie L;,D.UL, '(McDermott) .. 233, act' This company comes to Orlando the brigade tomorrow night Em. Com.'
$100. Time'2.22, 2.24L2.28. CASTRO LEAVES NEW YORK TO! highly recommended, having just I The transportMeade now enroute to W.. R.: O'NEAL }
r ,Duchess Hal, bin.,' (Wilson) ,'...2111 Running quarter-mile dash. TO CUBA finished a twelve week engagement'1 i uantanmo with marines has been i Recorder

": ,Maud W. bja., ,(Wlfflams) ....,1222 Lon, Lanier b.g., (Plummer) 'u. 1 Special to The Sentinel. at the Dixie Theater: .in. Miami, Fla. ordered to proceed immediately to
Little Hal chi ;:(Lockhart) ..'.3333 Entire change of programme each Mr. J. 0. Redhead former ticket
Hazelthorpe, bAt (Plummer) ". 2 New York, Feb. 22.-Gen. Cipriano, Galveston as soon as men on boardcan a ;
,a Wade Linton, b.g.,. (Hamlin), ...4444 i Louis ,B., b.g., (Bell) ...... .. 3 ex-President of Venezuela left New evening This company is staging be unloaded., agent for the A. C.: L. in. this city,
Tlme't29L, 2JH4, 2.30%. plays that will never be .seen .againat but holding similar position for
'Time 24 3-4 seconds. York for Cuba on the Ward Liner Saratoga Twelve hundred marines can be dis- now a
Banning first race won bf.LeUt.-: 'today. He said there was nothing popular prices, lOc 20c, and 30c.! tributed among battle ships, now' the same,road in'Tampa, is spending ,
'akr.:Ban Star, 'second,;Lewis B.; 3rd. RIVERS KNOCKS BROWN OUT IN secret.about his tripthats awaiting orders at Guantanmo. today in Orlando. Mr. Redhead' lays

Time 50% seconds.. TENTH, ROUND merely j.or pleasure and that he would AT THE. GRAND, Camp site selected is Galveston, is Tampa has more people this feawn
Second me won by Ban Star B z- i-: New ''York' time inK Base than ever before. '
Spedtl to Th ScntlML return ,to some land. of supplies;is to be Texas
.dtiiorp, 2nd'Ltwi*'.: B-,'; 3rd.' Time Los Angeles, Feb. 22.-Rivers rch. The general,said he felt confident The following is the excellent program City, where advantageous railroad
,&2% seee&fc.' -.l.... knocked out Knock-out Brown of New that he would defeat:the:government for Monday night facilities are best Reports from, ,Nogales are to the
York in the 'tenth. round in theirscedcled 'iutts-appal' to.' tie'Supreme I"!bat a Change of CSethes Did." Reports of I state department tell, effect that while .,no disorders. in outlying r

} Mrs.. E. C.RobIn oa former Orlando twenty-round. ,bout, hen cireat ti* Federal -Dietriet Courtdedaiei I Yifegnph. that all railroad communi atio north I districts has ,created alarming =
young man, is'Wre oo 'a'1iidt this afternoon. ,'allewag.''him to. :'ester., 'thK'' ftfe,Weekly No.7,1913... Ftthe of.Mexico have been cut off. Service; situation.,
to relative Ed is;, <<-:- ,>living: at :San" Francisco,''Teh.:22.--Special- cewtry.. ;: :;* ,.. r :"Max Joae.,,the 'Gkat"," Cain. a:',G.. between.Vera'Cruz and,Mexican capital , ,Report* from' Vera Cruz ,infletto

,Hawk's, Park,'and;:is,;.pd. ,,in',the: Wotoaat+ 'of Harlem and" Tommy-Marphy -, < also ,unavailable., the ;winifisneM'oB. 'part of Medna. '
,,'' feneral' ,nwrchawKtt. ... ..;..;a.;::: He ,balso ;fo*gkt'twenty rounds'to_a.:draw, Inlterii;.:Verde ead Ailtalds I. P..CWainMiay. ,"Fury. 26,:From'the i. ;<..Conaul'at Mamamllo reported that government' -P and.astfeoriiiea? ,:thee> to ...
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; ( ,REAL ESTATE. TRANSFERS Best French embroidered. pillow', Oast G-General Fancy Work It

;.Y4 ... ,-'aireRQ.binsolL'. Best silk coverlet, Mrs. G. C. Keller -
I Best French embroidered shirt .. '
:t Robert Parham.ind ,wife to Mary f
.waist, Miss Susie, Magruder.. Best knitted counterpane, Mrs.,

<'ft',\t t 1.'Daniel Brunson.Beers, to w 1 W. Yothers. 'Best eyelet embroidered shirtwaist Roxana Irvine. BARGAINS! BARGAiNS! BARGAINS!
Mrs. ,A. L Bentley.
William B. :Jackson et al to Ed. "Lot... Best afghan, Mrs. G. J. Fickes. 11 11j
it'' ;wrd R. Hall. t' Best colored shirtwaist, Miss Best woven rug, Mrs. C. M. Tich.i
tie Bee: enor.
A ' Palmetto Company to Laura Rob- Best punch embroidered shirtwaist Best knitted slippers, Mrs. Bessie l . j
We take .
son.William; : ;: pleasure in announcing to Ladies and Childrens Ready to '
Mrs. Garde.
; Smith and wife: ,to Gidton Kelsey. the people in Orlando and vicinity wear hats from 50c up.
'Best punch embroidered centerpiece Best baby shoes,.Mrs.-A. B. White, .
,Dea that our line of Spring and Summer Ladies Rain Coats, Regular $ .OO
Mrs. W. F. Armstrong Best knitted shawl, Miss Kena
P. Pillius and wife, to Thornton & embroidered Merchandise which is arming daily kind now $2.98. Childrens RainProof
Best eyelet center-
Fries. t
"'J Taylor: such as Dry Goods, Clothing, Shoes, Capes from $1.98
r up.
piece, Mrs. G. A. 'Eldredge. ,Best crocheted Mrs. Bessie
.a .. J. A. Wilkes and ',wife to. J. 'H. Best eyelet embroidered ,table cover -' Kelsey. cape Hats, Millinery, Ready to Wear Hats, Ladies Washable Skirts, all styles J
Trice.- the Styles Shown are varied enough from $L24 up.
y Mrs. 0. W. Rounds. ,Best crocheted bag, Mrs. G. A.
T.W.,Lawton et al to B.G. Smith to suit the tastes of every one, and Ladies and Children's Coats and' '
Best French embroidered table .
Henry,.H. Halley and wife to Hary -- Eldredge.Best I the prices are in keeping with everypurchaser's Suits at Surprisingly low Prices. <
Mrs. A. E. Rambo.
cover jacket, Mrs. Sarah
Holtz. Best Montemellick embroideredtable Pond. ,,, idea of economy. Calicos 5c per yard. J
Arthur Shulby to Thomas L. S SPECIAL BARGAINS DURING French Gingham lOc per yard. .
Miss Eloisa Lewis. collection'crochet
cover, Best Mrs. Sarah FAIR WEEK.
lenkel Best silk center piece, Miss H. N. Pond. To accomodate the trade we give e
H. P. Mousel to W. G. SchfldtP. Nathan. ;; Shoes for Men, Ladies, Misses and away nice china ware for premiums 4
F .- L. Laubach and wife to E. G. Best coronation braid centerpiece t Children in all styles and colors, high to everybody who trades with We 1i
f Best silk sofa pillow, Miss Millie Mrs. W. L Niver. us.
laterson. and low cut, to suit the taste of every Guarantee Satisfaction. 1I
or your mon.
Best coronation braid bureau scarf
Carrie H. Murphy to Hamilton H. body.. AU Shoes will sell at FIFTEEN refunded. e tI
Best tinted sofa Mrs. F. T. ey
pillow, Mrs. W L. Niver. PER CENT OFF.
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Scruggs. Best Lawn Shirt Waist Miss Hata-.: Come an d. yourself. 0) '
Ladies Shirt Waists
E. A. Hood and'wife to J. E. and Middy
Irawfbrd.Susie Best tinted table cover, Mrs. W. L. bel Hyer. 1 1 Blouses of styles from 98c up. Your Trade will be Appreciated.Ladies :

Niver. Best dressed doll, Miss L. Hal- Dresses from Men's Straw Hats from 25c #,
98c up.
C. McLeod to G. F. Sperry. up..
Best tinted center piece, Mrs.'F. T. stead.
Emma J. Sperry to Charles E. I Children Dresses from 4Sc up. Men's Alpaca Coats from $loSO up.Earner's .
Scruggs. Best fancy bag, Mrs. Julia Pegram :Y' IIi
N att. Best colored center piece, Miss Best bead bag,' Mrs. R. M. Hud' .. f \
Joseph Elkingtqn and wife to A. 1
Kena Fries.
V. Cary. Best' colored sofa pillow, Mrs. A. son.Best bead necklace, Mrs. S. R. New YorkBargain
:. .A.: Nathan and wife to Marietta L' Bentley. Hudson.
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Best colored. table cover, Mrs. Best bead fob, Mrs. S. Belch. .
Charles D. 'Burnett and wife to B.
Susan Arter. Best bead purse, Mrs. Bessie Kel
x 1nst.and wife. Best French:side board scarf,'Miss
Sanford CemeteryCarry W.deer. sey.Best S
Jessie White. shell work, Mrs. E. J. Carter. Store Sz"

., Best eyelet sideboard scarf, Miss Best palmetto hat, Mrs. J. E. Rose I.iJ.
Sanford Cemetery to J. E. Pace. .
Hatabell Hyer. Best palmetto exhibit, Mrs. J. E
George H. Acham and wife to
tyles &:. Leach.H. Class D-Lace Rose. If You Would be Posted be a Daily Visitor to this Store
Best point lace handkerchief, Mrs.G. Best wire. pass exhibit, Mrs: Bes- .
0. Bentley and wife to .S: S
J. Fickes. sie Kelsey. ft ; ,
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W.A. Dade and wife to J. M. Ross. Best point lace specimen, Mrs. G. Class .H,-Antiques I

-. Amelia R. Nayler to George M. J.. ickes. Best shawl;. Mrs: G. B. Ferguson.
lead.J. Best Battenburg centerpiece, Mrs. '
Best ppliqiqhi14 Mrs. John List

' Jevaine._PRIZE Annger. ,B. 'Long-WINNERS Ld. Co and,, to wife-J. S.DOMESTIC to Marchall May.' G. A.Mrs.Storey Best Best Best E.E.,,Rambo.crocheted crocheted Winter E.Battenburg Petris.Park., center mats bureau, 'Mrs.piece,G.scarf Mrs.T., C.Rachel Best Best Best Keller.Knitted A.'Ciu'ld4t'piece woven_ china.counterpane counterpane:, Miss Antoinette, ,Mrs.Mrs.G.IJ J fH MT! AR W A I 1 r f

DEPARTMENT Bennett. Slemons.
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Best piece brass, Miss Hatabel
r, Best.crocheted collar, Mrs. Storey,
SI ,. Class B-Fine Sewing Winter Park. Hyer.
k Best Sunbonnet, Mrs J. R. Mnr- Best point lace tie, Mrs. S/E. Ives. Best collection coins William

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shirtwaist, Miss Millie Smith. Best lace handkerchief, Mrs. J. C.
'Best slip, Miss Glenn Cheney. Jones. ssssssss .J

Mi, Best' corset cover, Miss ,Sarah Best tatting handkerchief, Mrs. ,

': 'emons. Sarah Pond.

,i Best, night gown, Miss Claire Rob- Best tatting yoke, Mrs. J. C. Jones TIlE OAKlAND

> ison. Best tatting center piece, Mrs. J.

,I Best drawers, Mrs: C. H. Gallo: C. Jones. >.

nyv. ., ... ".S.. .. Best tatting, medallions,.Mr&<.J.. C.. THE CAR ,
;Best kitchen apron, Miss Hazel Jones. r, x

JlennettBest Class E-Drawn Work THAT EVERYBODY .. ,
x , --fancy'apron,..Mrs. J,, ,S. Bart-. Best child's dress, Mrs. S. Belch. :: \. : .,

:)tt.B6t Best centerpiece, Mrs.'W A. Parker. IS TALKING ( .
5 kimono, Miss Antoinette

;'Jfemons.$3est Best table cover, Mrs. A. L. Bent- r ABOUT ,}.-
,house- dress, Miss Lottie Bee. ley. I

,Best baby cloak' Mrs. S. A Robin Best sofa pillow,. Mrs. T. H. ASK FOR DEMONSTRATION !

'.. Thompson.Class Hardware, Agricultural Implements, Harness, Saddlery
3est child's dress, Mrs. M. S.. Cain
F-Childrea' Under 12 Years
,Best baby 'cap, Mrs. J. C. Jones. Best crochet work, Miss Lena Paints, Oils, Building Material, Etc.
tBest Hemstiched handkerchief: Wahl. .
Iiss\Claire Robinson. Best doll's dress,* Miss Virginia MAGRUDERGREATEST
hemstiched Mrs. S.bleh. r1ai.d.oFlorida
,% ;Best apron. Strailley. .
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.flest bed spread, Mrs. ':M.: G. Cain. !
.' Mrs. S. A. Rob- I
fiest table cover, .

=r 'Best .centerpiece, Miss Claire 'Rob- I

Win.S'S .' .

Best initial' napkins, Miss Claire
lobinson- . W. M. SLEMONS

Best Lunch cloth, (1023)). 8 BEAUTIFUL LOTS ON LAKE,
;Best bureau scarf, Mrs. E. L.

t)ahler. EOLA, can be bought very -

&in.r lark.,Best Best. towels handkerchief, Mrs., Story Mrs.S -, M.Winter' G. reasonable. Inquire SENTINELVmrnnnrnmiimiiiiMiiiiiiiiiiiiiMimiii the ur Ne ew' S Spring Stoc O ck is Coning In'j j

Best pillow cases, Miss Millie And we will offer to you a Choice Selection of High Class
.-u": "". Goods.

x lambo."Best. ; GOODS as well as FANCY SILKS, and FINE DRESS
child's .dress, Miss Claire j GOODS, HOSIERY IN SILK LISLE AND COTTON, and

: lobinson. i'...' the Many Accessories that Women Use. . . . . . .. .
Best child's coat, Mrs.., M, 0. Dov-I 1913 'ModelsMOTORCYCLES I

= iI.'Best baby dress, Miss Unie Ives. ; .: Bargains Six Days in Every Week

Best tumbler doilies, ,Miss Kena i-I., '. We ,carry all the time a large stock of SHOES of the
fties. I best makes and newest styles. KING QUALITY MEN'S

'Best pincushion, Mrs. S. A. Rob. '; '. he, ,SHOES. CRADDOCK TERRY'S WOMEN'S SHOES


Best parasol, Miss Alice Peck I SOLD IN THIS MARKET.

4, ,Beat chemise, Mrs. F. T. Scruggs. SCHLOSS:BROS..FINE SUITS FOR MEN at $15.00,

Best 'night. gown, Miss Berta i \" $20.00, $25.00 and $30.00 are unsurpassed for STYLE
; 5:Best French embroidered corset LORD BALTIMORE BOYS SUITS WILL BE SURE

L .fiver, Mrs. a.H. Galloway. TO PLEASE YOU.W. .
. Best eylet embroidered corset coy Four H. P. Models $200.00 .

' 5'J.. W. Jackson. Seven H. P. Models, $250.00 ; I I ,

.Best shadow embroidered apron, ;

{ Ksf Kena Fries. 0. E. Ei1pert1 1 M. Slemons ,

,Best eyelet embroidered apron;, .

Lisa Eloisa Lewis. ORLANDO,FLA. Agent for Orange CountyiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiHMMiiiiMiiii jj jI t .
Best eyelet embroidered pillow,
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Moilay February
' '. running,errands and counting columns FRUIT!
1t' Free from the dust mite and for which
t:l Only trifles are always true. Every
"v! . great, and serious truth has an ad- THE INA LEHR BEST. WE ARE SPECIALISTS you command'the fancy prices, use-
side which is also Almost
verse true.
:. every-:world-accepted' maxim ,can, ,'be r I rI jTOGK CO. I i, ;Electrical Wireing and Motor Work J.".w_ "SULPHO-CITROL" ... .
I} ,matched with'one'of opposite meaning -'
For instance: "Self-defense is OPENING PLAYA j NEWELL ELECTRICAL COMPANY << 3
' the first law of nature," and"He that -
saveth his life shall lose, it;" "Seize BROKEN HEART ARCADE BUILDING Ify want
time, by the forelock," and '"Haste I CHURCH ST.
f makes waste. Vaudeville,Between,Each !
r a Professor Wm. James is the ActPOPULAR PHONE 280 .....,....-.)0 ,-:1 To destroy the "THRIPP," use- r
f, greatest living psychologist the t "BLACK LEAF TOBACCO EXTRACT." ,
:" best he can do in defining I' PRICES '
truth Our ne w1913 Almanac full
\' ,this: "The truth is simply containing sf
work. 1 I.I.t 1Qc Ik and' ik information sent you for three cents f
) Whatever is may not be right, as 1 postage "
); Pope ers; but whatever is is. That PICTURES FROM 7 to 8.30 The Best is the Cheapest ..
i is the main'poinl And it is every
man's true job to accept the is-ness I .
1.' and L get down'to business. I I. SO. GET THE BEST OF E. 0. Painter Fertilizer Co
; Most'men have the wrong location, .,..llllllilllMHMIMIIiltlIndeed- .. J ,
t; have not married the woman ideally :. Paints and Wall PaperTHE
} have failed to improve the opportunities : <
,; for education they had in youth, :I I
} .have not.marned,the woman idealily : ... 1912 WALL PAPER .IN SAMPLES I
suited to them, have not the '
influence and position they need to They f
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show what's in them. ,And they are!of I. .
two classes. One class sits around the 1 DO IS TO TELEPHONE AND I WILL -
and tells its woes and whittles AreNo TO I
and pities itself. The other plucks>up,: I
forgets it, takes the situation as it is better cigars are to be : t
and makes:the,best,of things. found anywhere we're : GEO. ,A. BARKER PHONE 268 Fireplace Mantels, i .
The genius is not the man who sure of than, hence we.feel. I
never, made mistakes, who had a no hesitancy in saying that .Tiles and Grates, \
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dowed and all that;he is the man who ,not a cigar! made that you Caloric) Fireless Cookers .
had'no chance and was,not gifted,but I enjoy' more than ,
I can

: who made',The took something,only,the. perfect,raw out material of person it of you life,will and I :: HAWLEY'SSTRAIGHTS and [\ SPRING G MILLINERY[ OPENING[ I II Electric Pocket Flash Lights, k '

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ever meet is the;perfect"fool HAVANASMade''in ::1 Complete Electric Lighting Plants of
Don't envy the faultless; they're the Orlando. Sold by .
::1 Wednesday Thursday
biggest frauds of us all. all Dealers. Only cost 5 ..t Any Size Installed.

Mr .and Mrs. R. L Skinner and cents.ASK FOR THEMlllllllimiiMIMIIIMI:.: February 26th and 27th. --- ...... .
r sons, Claude and Russell, of Port .
''JerkJs,'N.'Y., >are in Orlando visiting ; I A CORDIAL INVITATION EXTENDED TO ALL
their'daughter; Gary E. S.
E on North Orange avenue. They were New '7-room house, with electri t accompanied to Orlando by Mr. and lights, bath and all modern. conven, ELECTRICIAN
Mrs. Reinhart Mr. Skinner is an ie ees. Lot 75x200. Price, 2350 IISSES HILTON&DUNNI
engineer the Erie Railroad. suit
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ladies have asked for
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Mr. Henry Benedict hands me the '
: ::,'a if"MeUiBf6':AND,WHKLYSUBBdffTION statement of my views on the ques- :
of the ballot for I haveno gollowing communication: Search You Will
'-. .. tion women. I S as
!' :i EATBfll' hesitancy in'stating my postion "Friend Benedict:

,-' frankly and candidly.I "Would you ask the Daily. Sentinelto t
r never have favored universal suf this
: to Oae'year ......$ ,00 answer Qestion or Conundrum.:
l': a'Six'onths'" .' 2.50 frage. I am frank to admit, how- If closing drug stores, cigar and soda I

-" ever, that as the days go by, I am fountains' sale on Sundays in Orlando,;! YouCantFindMorefor1Your
Three. Months. .... 1.25Per
...' more nearly brought:under conviction. the tourist paradise of Florida, improves -i .
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All good government has. its begin. the morals of Orlando, "What 1

.THE WHOLLY SENTINELfoe ning in the home. The fundamental improvement does Orlando receive (or

jtur,, by nan, peat paid ,.......fLOOAifaw principles of good government are rake off) from Johnny Jones gambling I Money ElsewhereNOR "

'THE i 1'TINEI.. Orlando' Florida.OOet born in the home, and,usually in the establishment at the Fair Grounds?"1 I

r' 107 Court,Street Arcade Building breasts of two people-father and "A CITIZEN." 1I I _

PhoM 24 mother:two of,the highest titles that I .'
said,to Mr. Benedict that I would '
J. F., SCHUMANN. EdtttrJ06IAH were ever conferred on humanity.Too ,-' CAN YOU FIND BETTER JEWELRY
visit the shows and de-
personally .
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TOMB m. often it is, the case, that the
termine for myself whether his criti- .
woman is compelled to be the builder THAN OURS.
SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 23, 1913 and guardian of the family alter cism was just, and on Friday afterInoon YEARS THIS
I made the rounds. From what I i
where is inculcated and strengthened HAS BEEN SO .
saw in those shows, I am convinced} ,
lack and bad habits seldom

Good, are the great principles that shall expand -

on speaking terms., to the larger government. If I that Johnny Jones has an aggregation! BE
of shows of considerable merit Es- NEXT YEAR, AND IN
.. o' thought, that this home institution, N

s, Orange county's fair has been a,big wherein is stored the great potentialities pecially were the trained animals THE,YEARS TO COME. ...i*Vil I
worthy the patronage of good people 3fc
success. Dade will have one next- of life, would not be endangeredby ;I rhy

Tampa Tribune, , likewise the Motorcycle riding was a. jn- _ 7.1
f ?
universal suffrage, I would be for .v
fine exhibition of skill and training.
r 0 it body and,soul. For, in woman I ,I
: Canada Js, thinking of sending Ste- recognize the the wid- The Wild West show was also inter
greatest power, ;
fannson on a,dash ,to the north pole. est influence that affects the social fensive.In esting .and free from, any thing of! W Not Have Best and Be Sure

probably to rescue the American flag and religious life of any people.
fact nearly all of that vast col-
.which Peary put there. ,
: Wherever woman has been entrust.ed .
t lection of side shows, were clean en.
.o with any part, of the machinery!
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'* Every man thinks he is. 'a born of, this 'she has made tertainment and well conducted; of '
i newspaper man or a politician. Both good. This is more than can be said course there were a few that were of If It's In t e Jew lr Line We It

delusions' will be cured when he gets of man. I am not sure but that if no combination.particular value or credit to the ave .

into the game women were given the ballot to the I
I saw at these shows many of the
o exclusion of men, for just one season, f
best people of the city, and those with j
,To stand by .one's friends right orwrong I
; there would be more men in office and
may'not be right, but fewer politicians. For it is not a sel- whom I talked were pleased with the:
show. Many good people enjoy this! T. Evans the
something ic such loyalty that inspires fish question with most women. It feature of the Fair. JewelerOPPOSITE

respect is not a scramble for office. It, is,on
} But where Johnny Jones is hazard- ,
o the part of all good women a desireto
ing the reputation of his popular
J. Pierpont Morgan had a stomach
keep bad men out of office. It must
shows, is in the barnacles, in the way POST OFFICE -.
announcement made the
ache and
be a galling thought that comes, to f' ,
of gambling devices which he has allowed 0
world Morgan is our
entire uneasy. the noble womanhood of this land as
to fasten themselves upon hira.1
idea of the citizen.
she daily reads of the wickedness'and -
) I am of the opinion that several of the) I 0Spflng
y a o perfidy of 'men who have been ele-
of chance that he carries with ,
The fact that intervention in Mexico vated_to public office by the votes of games
him violation of the Statute of
are a
costs about,a million dollars a day men, to know that she muSt... look help-
is another argument against'interven4. lessly on. this state and ought not be permitted. -

It is the privilege and duty of
tion. when.the police force and the high-
t .f any citizen to bring the offender to
,0 est officials of a great city will trafficon
Get the habit of reading the adver- the'virtue of momen and speculateon justice. If Johnny Jones continues ito Mi1ery!
hold his with the it
place people ;
the The firm
tisements in
papers. vice, it is not strange that women
will be by pruning away several of :
t that advertises is the firm that has every where organize and demand rec-

special.inducements offer the pub- ognition at the ballot box. And it these unnecessary and questionable 1adjuncts } .. 'v,
that are under the wing of T
sic.i shall not be strange if the lax views I *,4
his protection.But .
... o I taken of public trust by many men
Mr. Benedict errs in fixing responsibility -
Lillian Russell is going to lecture now in public life, and their defianceof '?

{ .con how to live a hundred years. If law and order, eventually ,induce upon any other than Mr. UUllllS
Jones or the men who operate them,I
7 the changes ,her mind, and lectures men to unite with the'good women of

14 x .on how to, stay,young for fifty years, this, country and place he power of as, the Fair Association nor the city I

1 she can speak from experience. the ballot where it will not be abused. officials gave them any license, either t /

o -- .." The intelligent womanhood of AmerIca directly or indirectly to operate a
gambling device, and the Fair officials n
F The president-elect doesn't drink, ,1ednesdayandThuisday
: can not view with patience, forever
stand in the relations toward
smoke chew and he same I
or swear, object the procession of illiterate, and
4 red to an inaugural ball., Wonder criminal voters who, holding the balance him as any other citizen.
r ,!what he does when he,wants to,have of annually march to Now, as to Mr. Benedict's other r h lr \1
up r
Namely Sunday opening. ,
f' some'fun.There's. reference. ,
c- the ballot box under the direction of '
Mr. Benedict is a firm believer in :

o i wily politicians and ward healers and honest dealing and fair treatment and FEBRUARY 16th and 27th
little in boast- I
mighty sense | cast the vote that fixes the status of
;r ; in 'of one's blue blood and family ped- to in daily advocates that. In this we ad- 9
woman a large extent the social and'bid 1
The animal mire him, hem God speed. It
most v
igrees. valuable on
and business
world, and make the con;:
the mule seems needless,for me to remind Mr.
farm is with
a four-year-old ditions under which
boys girls
t' no pride of ancestry or hope of posterity must begin the battle of life. Manis Benedict that the same code that says C I
: I "Thous shalt not steal" admonishesus 4 J C f / ti
'7.o responsible for the social and po- to keep the Sabbath day holy. We Everyone Cordially '
I litical conditions of today and his
gal y
I can not accept the one.and reject the
; A Washington, woman was sent toj recreance has made a demand for bet-
both God's law and
jail for one day for slapping a woman ter conditions and cleaner politics. I other. They are Invited l

.she found,walking on" the street Many men who hove heretofore !are to be obeyed. __ . ,
j ;Mr. Benedict will agree with, me,l i iwhen'I .
with her ;husband. But what. hap- .
looked with little
toleration upon this, V I
that the face i
,pened to the husband after she got. movement of universal say no people on- I '
suffrage, are,
of the ,earth have been so close adherents -
home is not, stated. in the of .
light recent events, modi- HilR
to the commands of God as, lilt ES ; .
\: 0 fying their views, and the movementcan the Jewish_ people accepting it and I ,
A Connecticut has invented a
.* man' no longer be looked upon as an living to the letter. .
& "gastograph." It produces on the pal. idle dream. .
I am in favor of a closed town on
F ate the sensations of eating and
drink-I o .
Sunday. Of course, I.appreciate the
K, lug without the presence of PEOPLE READ THE SENTINELA fact that in this land of boasted religious Exclusive Millinery Parlors /
drink. We can foresee a great demand -
I and political freedom it is not
Second Floor
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busy business man of Orlando, always easy to determine where the

keepers. ]last night asked the Sentinel to save line should be drawn, and how far

fi 0 ]him a complete file ,of last week's people's liberties should be abridged.But .

After five days of successful opera- :papers saying that he had been so as to Oralndo there seems to

tion, ,during which ,times one of the I busy that he had not had time to read I be a pretty well crystalized sentimentin -- .

largest crowds to ,visit Orlando for 1 them carefully and wanted to take favor of dosed business houses on schools and, social conditions. believe that Orlando ought to have a A blush on the cheek'is worth two

some ,time .enjoyed to pleasures of I time to read them. the Sabbath, and here again it wouldbe The cases are not multiplied where central,park, where people may gather in the drug store.

the midway and the carnival spirit The Sentinel is being read and I hard to draw the line and
ap- saywhich cities, or nations have fallen into decay on a Sabbath afternoon; and listento -

reigned supreme, besides'haviDg the preciated i and it'is a'pleasure to'us to, shall remain dosed and which because of a dose observance of a band concert. There are those The ,reduction of the tariff will not
opportunity of inspecting the finest 1 1exhibits' know this.Among shall be open. affect the of sin.
the Sabbath day, but, history has who, do not attend church who are wages
U of horticultural, agricultural, Mr. Benedict is a keen businessman -

poultry, live-stock, woman's work, the prominent visitors to doing an immense real estate many pages devoted to the ,story of good people, nevertheless, and who

.trade exhibits and numerous free attractions I Tampa yesterday was C..D. Laundon, business each year. In that businesshe the decadence and fall of once power- would enjoy these as well as the The man'who has a thing to sell,

: a the 'Orange 'County Fair i a prominent resident of Orlando._ He .receives many letters from strangers ful governments because .the people Christian people I am in favor of and goes and wispers down a well, is

came to a close last night, and, although ;states that the Orange County Fair,t enquiring about Orlando and Or- forgot the God of their fathers.I any measure that will make man bet- not so apt to get the dollars as he

they, had enjoyed the Fair, .which is being held at Orlando is at- ange county, and we venture that am not. hide bound or'sanctimonious ter and happier, and make the burdensof who. climbs a tree and hollersAdvertise. t

nest of those who had been in regular tended by thousands of people from very few of them make enquiry as to on this question. I take a liberal life lighter. But I am'not,in favorof

attendance left the ground last all sections of the State,and it is one whether they can buy a drink of soda' view, I believe that God wants this any encroachment upon the Sab-

3 night pretty well fagged out and feel- of the most successful held by the water, or a pint of alcohol on Sunday, earth-to be made beautiful and happyfor bath day that would take away the Subscribe for the Sunday Sentinel

ing like taking a rest fair association.-Tampa Tribune., while many 'ask as to the churches, enjoy it to its utmost I sacredness that God put into the day Ten cents a week delivered.

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your glad to
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; <', $1.75 Napkins for . . . .$1.45 show that '
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no bad debts to makeup on

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Jacksonville greeting his many I
WADE friends. He is the guest of Mr.. and' Mr. C. L. Wiggins, the aviator.who{

I 'It THE UNERt Mrs; B. Drew, on Late Bola, made such splendid flights in Orlando I i A Rare Treat to Lovers of
,ORLANDO, FLA: last week, and Mrs. E, P, Rodgers,I
Mr. John B. Coafsey: one of the owner of the machine made the Sentinel -' ;

: fl't. most popular "men On the road," who office A pleasant visit last night i

has been invading this territory forth and we enjoyed their! ,visit Very much, ,
Mr. and Mrs. I. F. Murph, from' past eighteen years in the interestof They are genial, jovial young people!'I ORIENTAL RUGS, CARPETS, ETC.

1 >I :IMarshaUvflle, Ga., ,are spending a Leroy, Myars & Company, Savan- who carry sunshine with them. ,I I a.

I dew days. in ,the city.. nah, was at the San Juan last night. Mr. Wiggins only twentytwoyears I For
i '.- old and would more often be Three Days Only at '
10' '.
Reverend Lucien, 'A. :Spencer left Mr. 'E.. P. Haskins, a retired taken for a college boy than the mas- ,
t on the afternoon ,train yesterday for wealthy gentleman of New Bedford, ter of the air. "

:;. St.: Cloud,. here he will hold sera Mass., is in Orlando and, will in all He says that the height attained YOWELL'S v
vice today. probability oWn a beautiful winter by'him yesterday beats the record in" :
". homes i this city and that means he the United States. 1

,'< Mr.. E. R. Sessions, one of Winter will spend every season here. He is In reciting his experiences, he attaches V
February 25 and 26
Garden's- ':energetic citizens. spent a guest of the St. Charles. no more importance to the diffi- .
'0' yesterday in Orlando. culties he, encounters than the man

,r A Special Communication of Orlando who operates a vehicle on the earth. Mr Mural. Donchian from New York City, with an $18,000,00 assortment of fine ,
Mr. Will Campbell, is in Orlando Lodge,,No.,69, F. & A. M., will From the altitude attained yester-

:, .from Birmingham, visiting his sister be held in their hall Sunday, February day he is of the opinion he saw the ORIENTAL RUGS AND CARPETS
J .Mrs. E. C. Duckworth. 23rd, promptly at 2:45 p. nu, ocean, and he got a birdseye view of .
1 for the purpose of attending the Orlando that must have been grand.
, ,Mr. and Mrs. C. B.,Dakin, and Mr.i funeral of our late brother, Chas.S. Buildings to him looked like store boxes will have space in Yowell's Store, second floor, for three days only, showing a

{ 'and Mrs. Gep. F. Morris, of, Hotch- Guernsey. By order of the W.. M. and men like slate'pencils. grand Selection of Keshan, Kerman, Sarouk, Tebriz, Kurdistan,

) .Itissville, Compare in Orlando guestsof L. S. THORNTON, Sec. We liked Mr. Wiggins before we Shiraz, China Silk and Antique Persian Silk,
the Lake View.. '- met him personally, because of his
:Ie When Mr. James Spellman went splendid work here and we like him
Special attention is called to Keshaw Silk Rug on display of the Sultan Abdul Hamet
Friends of Rev.Father Fox will bet home Thursday evening, he discovereda better now that we have met him.
pleased to hear that he continues 'to burglar trying to enter his home Collection bought in Constantinople by Mr. Donchian buyers, ,

improve and expects ,to be at homebytheend through a window. By a rapid move, FIVE DAYS OF SUCCESSFUL and is valued in the market at $5,000,00

f of next,week. Mr. Spellman caught the man, but in PLIGHTS-BREAKS RECORDIN

t -I the'tussle which ensuedthe marauder FLORIDA.The Sale will be conducted by M. Donchian and J. Baylarian I
,Mr. Ralph Lartigue ,al prominent succeeded in getting free, and escap- x.

w 'citiun.f, &inesville.'J s in Orlando ing in the'darkness.Mr. Fair Asociation is entitled to .
visiting his,brother' .Mr.:Charles Lar- congratulations in securing the services -
: tigae.. f i and Mrs. E. M. Byrd and of Prof. Wiggins and the

,- daughter, Miss Ruth,I of Chattanooga, Wright Biplane as an attraction at
; i Mr.'E.:R.",McDonald;arrived in Orlando T nn., are among the visitors now sojourning .- this week's Fair. On each, of the
f last evening from1 Asthabula, in Orlando. Mr. Byrd, who i t
f' : five days, he made successful flights .4
t, o n a.visit to his daughter, Mrs..J. J. is one of Chattanooga's successful that excelled any former flight madein ,

t': tNewelL business men\will probably invest in. Florida. Not a failure of any kind
t.i'" property here before he returns, andthus charged to his account. I
Dr. Simpson, accompanied' by his another exeellent-family will be He made an effort to pleaseand
sister, Mrs. Bessie Simpson; and added to the'City BeautifulMr. did please the people each day. His Yowell'saturday
. children fl Kissimmee
came up
performance yesterday was the cli-
attend the Fair.
jesterday to J. A. Stevens an expert on the max. On account of the rain the
; -. diseases of citrus trees, and whose flight was delayed, but he left the
f Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Witherington
serviees.are in daily demand, by the ground at 11:50 and sailed around in
and Miss McGnee were the
i'\ among nected with the E. 0. Painter Fertil- the air for one hour and five minutes.
I f many Apopka people attending the izer' Co., and will visit their local After entertaining the people on the

\ ,Fair, yesterday. largest'growers in the state, will in- Fair grounds for better than a half

;.' spect and prescribe for several grovesin hour he sailed off over the city and
; ,Mr. Geo.'H. Mills the official starter and
this section Tuesday. He is, con- theirteen thousand feet, where he en- Big Mouday
of the races at the Fair, left last
man, Ed. M. Gross countered a cold currant of ,air that
S night.for hia:home in Goshen N. Y.
made it impossible for him to turn
Mr,Mills says the Fair was the best
around and he had to. travel onward ,
from the Keystoneleft
A party
lie ever saw, either north.or south. merry
1-'. this morning for Cuba where until pasing that .current when he r ':' ....: a,
; -
':.i week two was enabled to turn and come back 'M t
Mr. and Mrs. Everett Hundley of they will spend the next or
over the city, where to the delight of
Danville, Ky., brother-in-law and sister sight-seeing. The party was composed -
of Mr. and Mrs. D. E. Gamble, the people he sailed around for near-
of Mrs. W. L Palmer, are in Orlando SPECIAL
visit. Mr. and Mrs. J. Yohe, Mr. and Mrs. ly a half hour. I
L' on a -' Gregg, Mr. John Cooper and daughter When he returned to the Fair

tz}l, Did you miss'the weather report? Miss Frances. They will 'returnto ground and alighted from his ma-
chine he cold'as if he had
Orlando by of the EastCoast. was as I
I The is that yesterday was a
just. returned from the arctic re- ,
f legal holiday and.Uncle Sam does not[ !

g 7 give out any reports o'n legal holi- I know a man who has not yet gions.The performances of Mr. Wigginswere -
! days. learned that it is more blessed to give ,
{ than to receive.,so selfish andso a marvel and he did the Fair While the six hundred yards last
Association a great service the past
that he enters the ,
f Mr. C. E. Mumfort, representing stingy never
the well-known tailoring establishment church until after the collection is week, while the association in turn this
; beautiful full 29
did the people a great kindness in quality Crepe
r. ., of Isaac Hamburger & Sons, taken, but is certain to remain to re- ,
l securing the services of such a competent -
f \*> Baltimore, of which Scruggs & .Dick- ceive the benediction.
and willing aviator. inches wide in white only plain or
l; son are the Orlando representatives, Mr. Wiggins' future movementswill. ,
is at the San Juan. Shanibarger Bicycles and Sundries.
} be interest watched and by good all will.Orlandoiteswith with small, medium or wide stripe.

This material requires no ironing and

.............. SHOULD BE CORRECTED

You are cordially .invited to attead our The "Hotel -Guide" a publication is regularly sold at 20c. and 25c., for .' ,

supposed to be corrected every month, .
'Spring Tailoring Opening :
f. ., .. .,: mentions Orlando as having. a popu-
I .t.';" held byISMC lation of 3,984. '-: THE TWO
made when,Orlando
atx Those figures were
,. .
'!f :': HAMBURGER & SONS was' still in her kilts and the I IScts
' :' ""., "-It... fact that those,figures-have been carried DAYS

! :,. ;4 v .', Merchant Tailors ,' . ;' along for several years without S7
t ',. y / *.: .. ?. &.:, correction does not speak well for the
f. .' : Baltimore accuracy of'the "Guide." .
.:' the Board of Trade please see ,
: ,Dfeplaytag,.:.. ,. the Only Line in America Backed By that corrected.
s5t. Come in 'and let us show you the new

'r .f, ', Real Merchant Tailoring. .. FUNERAL, .CHARLES .GUERNSEY < :

Their;Repretefttative. will be with us,to,take measures things for Spring
',The body of Charles Guernsey will I

i s -- '. Februaryl9and, 20th arrive: this afternoon..on Number'89, .
which reaches here'at:'3:30A ,The:Masonic

fraternity of,this city,will meet ,H tHE'BIG
the,,.train,' and.;escort, -,.the WHITE STORE'
Methodist church wfeere;;tltt !',t' -'. ,
j Hn&G& & DICKSON. : ; : "' ..
services will be held : '

'.. ,the arrival:<" 'f ,' 1.,';; ;-: B \ ,,; ;ON, ORANGE AVE.

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':TOTTER_ j PARK, .o LANDas' Capacity j ,BUSINESS. ' BOOSTERS" stiUiftiniiiutiiittiiiitsiitttttittttttuttttttt.unns47.
'BEAUTIFUL SUBURB The buflding contains 180 rooms. CLASSIFIED I : :
: fr' to _-- -' The 'interior finish ,bang}in Florida Business_Boosters.(classified,advertisements : .
) received after 10 o'clock ,
,Winter Park is',no misnomer in sweet gum finished in the natural midnight, will be'run in the."Too Late r' ,
the case now under consideration. If wood. All doors' are of the Shakespearean to Classify" column' : I
wide streets; bordered by.well trimmed style with what is known_ as : Boosters of five lines, or less approximately I
30 ,mords--one time, 25 I II
., live.oaks, magnolias and bay "harmonic' trim. I cents; three times 50 cents; one week :
trees dad all ,winter in':a rich cloak An immense lobby in the main bodyof (six daily and one weekly editions) I When You Pay What a Thing is Worth

'. of. green,: ,winding with picturesque the building, with ,spacious halls $L00;, one month, $3.00. : !

t regularity among, groves running througlt the building to the FOR SALE 50 '
acres of good land
'' do not constitute a Winter,Park, then verandas on either side furnish Splen three miles west of Taft 20 acres You Get the Worth of Your Money

'we will add the many artistic and attractive did'ventilation, and simplifies ingressand cleared and in cultivation. Good .
well back on egress under'all conditions.In buildings. Price $30 per acre. Ad- 1
homes, setting ,
dress P. B., care Sentinel
large lawns; ,the beautiful roses that this large lobby is the hotel office,

,'h ,wind and bloom over the*large androomy and immediately off this public officeis KELLER'S, Staffords, ,molds, Inks,
verandas; the flirting Oleander the private office of Mr. Foley,.the Curtis & O'Neal, Next,Postof c I

gaily frocked in. pink and white; the proprietor.- I FOR SALE or rent The best farm in
poetic palm': that marks the outlineof There are public and private writing Orange County. Magnificent build. .

the wide walk from house to street, rooms. ings, fruits of all kinds. Pleasant A good buy than I
means more getting something at
place and good land. Address Van. a
and 'the stately pine in the rear that The dining room, with its highly
stands like a.' dutiful sentinel gaurd- polished floors, cross beam, heavy care Sentinel cheap price. After all it, is nothing but getting your

ing the household, and the picture pannel ceilings and many lighted win- THE BEST LAKE FRONT lots in money's worth. ,
reasonable person. dows, furnishes a pleasing prospect. Orlando are at Schumann Heights.
will satisfy any I
I have six for sale. Carl Jensen.A .
But the picture would not be com This dining room has a normal seat- i
Rollins College with its ing capacity of two hundred.. Besides NICE LITTLE
without, COTTAGE of four
p Quality means cost, but everybody knows the
better the
large campus overlooking beautiful this there is a private dining room rooms in Highland Grove Subdi-
'lake Virginia. As an institution of for children with nurses; and still vision terms. to S.Orlando.Sentinel Price $700. Easy ; quality the greater the durability. And it is durabilitythat

'this school has, gained suchan another and more attractive, the observation
learning. finally decides the net cost of a purchase.
enviable reputation ,that it is not dining room, overlookingthe BUY a lot in Thornton Park, a nice
strange'that Orlando claims a large lake, which is so made as to be suburb. in east part.of 'the city. CarlJensen.

+ interest in its fame and welfare. President -i in the nature of an open air palm .,
Blackman..has such a host of' garden dining room.. FOR SALE-40 acres of fine land in We have experts continually on guard in our shops to

friends in.Orlando that we even claim The .furniture in this dining room ,Volusia County, near station and see that you get your money's worth. They inspect every
him, of our,assets, and W, R. is,all sojid oak richly grained.The fine lake; $500. Terms. J. B. McKay,
as one nut
screw that
city. ,. every single part goes into Buick manufacture
dishes and silverware all
O'Neal, who constitutes so large apart 1 are
;,-. of Orlando's success and pros- new and of late pattern.The WANTED-First Class Printer, capable If the quality is off grade, they scrap it. If the

perity is treasurer'of Rollins,so it is service is of the family course of taking faremanship. ,Enquire workmanship is off a hair's breadth, they scrap it. It
at this office.
and white is in
that the average Orlando- only help employed
not strange
its refers to Rollins, as "Our college the dining room. In fact the only FOUND-That the Sentinel reaches costs us thousands of dollars a year in salaries alone, to {

over, at Winter ,Park," and secretly colored help employed on the premisesare the people and is read. say nothing of the loss represented in the material dis-

cherises the hope that ere' long an the porters. FOR SALE-New seven room house carded. That's the money we spend for the Buick 0. K.
The kitchen is the
will make one most complete
railroad us
interurban Seven rooms and bath. Modem in all
d in deed and in fact, bringing in Winter hotel kitchen, that modem ingenuitycan respects. Lot 75x200. Price ,$2850.
Park' as the ,beautiful residence sub- plan. The kitchen furnishings Terms. Address owner, care Sentinel
urb of Orlando. and equipment are a marvel of invent- The famous Buick overhead valve motor is guaranteedto
FOR SALE-5% acres with five-room
A new bank, a much needed ive genius and convenience, and the house on railroad only few hundred have more power and more speed than any other type .
such thrift insti-I sanitary conditions are as nearly feet from stopping place. of
tution for a ,town of per- Plenty of
the market. It will
shadS and small on pull stronger on low grade
enterprise has been organized and is fect as human hands can make them.A shrubbery. Ten to
steam heating plant of the twelve bearing orange trees pears gasoline than other type of motor built
doing good business., va- and other small fruits. Good hunt- any ever and the
One of the substantial institutions cuum system is installed which heats ing and ,fishing, and especially suitedto fuel consumption is less.
,of Winter Park is W.C. Temple., Ref. the building and furnishes steam and those who come to Florida for the
hot water for kitchen winter and like the country life with f
Temple institutionis purposes.
K tense to Mr. as,an
; easy access to town. J. P. Perkins,
pardonable, for Winter Park would The basement is provided with a Orlando, Fla. General Delivery.
: 'not be Winter Park without, him vegetable store house and a laundryroom.
From ,well has WANTED-To rent a piano till first
his kept groves gone
i r f out some of finest and best packed Bed Rooms order.of April Piano, must, care be of in Sentinel good working H v ROADSTERS AND. TOURING CARS, $950 TQ $1650, F.O.B. ORLANDO

,fruit marketed in the United States, Bed rooms are arranged so that .
and as 'manager of the Citrus Exchange all open to a, bath. FOR SALE-New seven room resi- It
of Florida:he has accomplished Practically all of the beds are in- dence. Bargain if taken before March
1st. E. H. Gore, 11 Gore, Ave. 2-18-61
the dividual, twin style.
much for ,grower.
Al '4 The Winter P}rk Fruit Company, of Where rooms are in suits duplicate ROOMS Comer Hughey and Gore Cook
which' Commodore Dyer, is president doors are provided so that when Streets, first or second story. Mrs. Automobile Co.
F. S. Hall. d3t.
has one of the best equipped occupied as individual rooms each occupant -

'" packing houses in the state and 'is will be in control of their own ,OAK'HILL is the beautiful sub-divis Orlando
., :} doing an immense business. door ion'to'the"Northeast of the city andI ,

,' The town, has several good stores, Every room is provided with rich Carl still Jensen.have some choice* lots there.

a. good bank; a ,well organized Board one piece rugs with 'color designs corresponding r

't ofTradepublic; library"and numer- to the predominating col- WANTED-Man and wife to take

.< out literary ,societies. It is1 an ideal or in the room decorations. charge of place for one year on
? I Interior Woodwork shares. Good grove and land.suitableto . :. ...... ........ .........
1 place to spend a winter where social I ,.- - :- - : - - - - - - - -- ": -:"'
raise crops. Write or call in per
: 'and school privileges are exceptionally The woodwork is painted white and son. Mrs. S. M. Blanchard, Alta-

1 good.', enameled, while the doors are the monte Springs, Fla. !IG'-'Il'B! T-----___...............

= Last night wintessed<< the formal natural gum combination.hard finished The makinga i ROUEN DUCK EGGS for. sale. Apply W.A. S1augh r. G.G.Wright. | CHAS. LORD J. N. BRA BHAN !
: opening of the 'New,Semi ole, one of very pretty stair I Box 705, City. A.D. Wright.
t the finest hotel*buildings in South casings and banisters carry out this TIlE'SLAUTER'MFG. I
same color 'design WANTED-Clean Cotton the gg Lord &
.. Florida.' The'equipment. and furni : Harmony was Rags CO. Bradshawt
r' t :tare is equal'to the best in'the entire the thought that was uppermost in Sentinel Office. = -

h South, and :it required just such a the minds of the designers of the interior Special Manifold Soil Pipe I We wish to announce to our friends, and the public generally, 1y
and the THE MOST COMPLETE and perfect Fittings.;
; complete tourist hotel as thisto round ly made line of Boys Washable and Point that we have formed a partnership under the I
Foundry Shipping :
'f tout the make up of this charming locality Electric LightingNo Suits south of Jacksonville. Ages 3 5 j
l. it requires just such an ex- hotel in Florida has a better or to 10. Newest models and patternS Orlando, Fla. I above firm name, for a general I

: hotel as R. P :Foley, independent lighting system than the I If not under New York prices you'll andChattanooga I I i
perienced man ,
New, ,Seminole. While the ,arrangingof 1 not be urged to buy. Let me show Tenn.Barylarian'sOriental I Real Estate and Insurance
into existence |
and ,to ,bring you. J. C. Anno, The Boys Clothier,
.4 such'a hotel and assume the responsibilities -: the lights paid a due regard to attractiveness Orlando. 218134tA I i w

of proprietorship over such a and brilliancy in illuminating | business and are centrally located in a ground floor office at No. I
the entire interior, yet the good carpenter wants work.
cosmopolitan institution as a ,great Screen work a specialty. General 1178. Orange Avenue, (formerly occupied by Hamilton &Dunn
,small detail to make the
4 tourist hotel, where people from the necessary repair work done with neatness and
] highest stations in life, people of large light such as will accommodate those dispatch. Give me a trial Leave or- I Millinery), where we will be pleased to meet all our old friends
who wish to read and write has been ders at SentineLFURNISHED
in need of rest and
means and people
recreation gather to tarry for a few carefully looked after, and the Art Store I and to make new ones.
F; switching system 'is simple andso ROOMS to rent-Apply I I
; weeks or months vacation. 416 N. Orange Ave. i Our list of is
city andjacreage! property surpassed by COD
tube noveLAPOPKA
complete as i ,
k : Mr." Foley's wide experience as a
I and Patterns
hotel man, base enabled him to anticipate Go'to Pope & Cox's Lunch Counter in Oriental Goods i and we have some exceptional bargains COME AND SEE Us. _
+ 'the wants of the Florida tourist No. 1,E. Pine St for something good I

; and no ,detail,has been neglected to eat 12t i, Ladies Expert, and Tailoring Gentlemen for I Lord, & Bradshaw j I S r

in the make up of this magnificent Apopka, Feb. 21.-Many acres of tomatoes i i
r LOST-Somewhere no Court street, Progress Laundry for
hotel home. have already been planted! in 117 S. ORANGE AVE.
a small chain purse with some White Folks Only ORLANDO, FLA. f
t the operating department and around Apopka and many more small change. Return to Miss Hope I .
this hotel might measure up to the are to be planted. The farmers are Starbuck and receive, reward. Cor. Church and Court Sts. ....--............... ....- i.c

standard of ,the building and equipment getting ,busy preparatory to making f __ _
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lead Mr. Foley' to engage as early shipments.The WANTED-Clean Cotton Rags the. I '

manager, Mr. F. H.: Irish, a man of long drought has been broken Sentinel Office. f I
life long experience in managing tourist SIGN PAINTING
and Apopka is having some gentle
hotels and who has mastered the Jack Preston will paint your 1.1
summer showers which are much ing this beautiful park. The purchasers The Little TeaRoom
; art of administering to the comforts needed. of lots may count on splendid sign on short notice. Good work.

of the hotel public. Dr. Charles Percy McCall ,is in returns from their investments. No. 10 Washington, street 146tt I 105 E. Pine Street Orlando Fla.
With such men at the head of the Apopka on a business trip and will ,The fApopka Board of Trade met {

New ,Seminole, it will promptly as- return to complete, his needed rest Wednesday night in regular session. -

sums its place among the great ho. The doctor has greatly improved in The regular 'business oft the eveningwas . . . tS "AN EXCLUSIVE SHOP FOR LADIES"

tels that have contributed so much to health and his many friends are glad transacted and a delegation was .

:: the popularity of Florida. to see him., appointed to:attend the Oviedo barbecue S TEN PER CENT OFF ART BAZAAR AND WOMEN'S EXCHANGE. FINE

c .Although the'house has been completed Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Bassell have 'Friday protesting against the di- S On HAND WORK EMBROIDERIES, STAMPED

but a few weeks it is already gone to Daytona Beach for a few daysto vision of the county. WAISTS, DRESS MATER- "I GOODS. ORDERS TAKEN,'FOR HOME- .
,well filled and each mail brings MADE CAKES CANDIES JELLIES.
enjoy: surf bathing. Petitions are being circulated by .IALS, LACES, EMBROIDERIES -
applications for reservations.The Apopka has been full of visitors this the board of trade protesting againstany NECKWEAR AND HOS- 'j ALSO CUT FLOWERSDAINTYREFRESHMENTS
Site winter and many investigations in county division. IERYHandkerchief I SERVED TO ORDER *
The site is a beautiful plat of five homes and real estate here has been I, Specials :

acres of ground bordering on lake very active and some very nice deals fSTART Ready-to-Wear and PanamaHata = Agency for
Osceola, and,this,beautiful plat is being made. TODAY '

4 :arranged in park style by a landscape Many oranges 'are being shipped You are never too late,to_learn until S MISSES. HAMILTON SPIRELLrCORSE'I'S

;t m gardner from New York. from here by the exchange and there I you are too old to learn. Start the DUNN "' MRS. VAN BUSKffiK, Corsetiere \
The, Building Daily Morning Sentinel, to your home '
; will be shipped from here this season! S Orlando, Florida
The structure is of brick, covered between fifty and one hundred thous-I today and it will keep you posted on S .
by cement stucco, tinted in a soft and boxes all,told. the news' of the world twelve hours S. 1 t t S . S f jMWMT
cream color, :The window trimmingbeing The recent activity in real estate earlier than.any other paper. .-- .

', a combination,of white and leaf developed in Apopka has promptedthe

green. first public lot sale in the town Mr. E. C: Green, of Ft. Wayne, Ind Mustard BRIGHAM .& HILL
ry ,The building, is provided with spacious The Bowman Realty Company will representative of the Winter Home LI. ; .\

;. ,verandas' on all sides and an ex- conduct a sale of the,Highland Park Company, was doing some effective ... \ J
:' :cellent view is :afforded from theseto lots; subdivision of the Davis- advertising at'the Fair. 'TK'CHMfiWT; '
the iT widing'country of beautiful NEWSAGENTS .J
l Mitchell addition on Monday, February Winter'Hoini is bound to become .
,. orange proves, 'and on over an '17. This choice piece of propertyis one of,the most popular spots in'Florida Manicure t 'Pedicure, Shampoo, 1.' -1' "

extensive ,chain of,lakes. within.'the corporation' being less for a winter home. Face.aad'Scalp'Mu. .e. Orlando! ;Stationery Souvenir and Curio Store i

The Architecture than one-half mile from the postoffice The beautiful lakes and the high .. .. :. ,
!: 'The .architecture, is a combinationembodying in the very best,residential section of rich orange lands ,make it an ,ill Peeler em'"l .* *:;IT*,-here l ',' '

; 'the Greek,outline' and' the' the town. No pains nor. expense has place,for 'the northern,_man ,to establish I cocaer.. OfMft ai Carttftl H.1..1 '' i , .'CTOOI, nwnr, : ,t
,i odenTelevatioaa and angles. been spared by,the,owners in improv- a'winter home. ,,: ,. ,. : '
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',Thursday 'assembly held on'Februaryws'one"pi
'J) : : the most, interesting RECEIVED .'

"'.aid.'instructive ever enjoyed by the OF CLEANLINESS !
-students of the institution. The address THE MARKF-T

"..- was.delivered'by Dr. Blackman ..' OF QUALITYREAIH

of,Orlando,'on the subject: The Place .' -- ';
,".of;Birds in Nature.' Despite incleml line of Men ": > .. -
My Spring and :: : .,' : :''.\.: 0
eat'weather, the attendance was large .' '' '
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.|and- much interest, was. created in t,. Boys Straw Hats ,in all the : .. :. A

;this important subject President . newest shapes. Nice line of :
: ;Blackman, who president of the .
''State Audubon Society; is himself a Panamas for $5. My spring : LEND US fI
; over and observer of birds'and affords .
, ,every opportunity to those who hopeto Trouser, line is now complete :

stimulate, active interest of the in all new shades.
. 'young people of the. state' in this sub-

**. .
.. The meeting of the Classical club in
t Carnegie hall was also largely attend. YOUR PATRONAGE HAS ENABLED US TO MAKE GREAT

; ed although, the rain 'doubtless pre- Clark Robertson i STRIDES IN ESTABLISHING IN ORLANDO,

*.Tented many from coming who would
.i .
otherwise have been present. Dr.

; Hyde, professor of Latin, gave an illustrated II THE PERFECT MARKETVISIT
; talk on' the ancient theater, Successor to Jerome Palmer & Co. :

which. brought vividly. before the mem- :I''
.hhers of the club the conditions under .

'j, which plays were presented in an '
dent days.. Donald M., Marvin read j iilttllllllllMIIMIMUMililMMMIIIIIiHlltlltfLET METHODS WHICH GOVERN OUR HAUDLING OFBest fy
,ai very well written and delivered : : .

paper entitled Caesar, purporting to "JIM" bIT -1
'be) a funeral oration'delivered over

: the body of the great commander bypnVof Meats Poultry and Game
the officers who had served,un- I ,
V ter him in Gaul. The Classical dub If you have property to sell : \ .

j is in'a very flourishing condition, with .
Satisfactory Service
: Let Jim do it. : .
,the following officers. President, Henry ,
Fordham vice-president, Miss An. I I
c'i: nie, C. Bellows; secretary,'Donald M. : If you want to buy .: .

. 'Marvin; reasufer, Miss Gladys Lovell : Let Jim do it. OUR DELIVERY-PROMPT AND RAPID-MEANS YOUR
: program committee, Miss Lesley B.. PURCHASES DELIVERED WHEN YOU WANT THEM .
1 .Donaldson, Miss Mabel E. Daniels,,: : City and Country Properties FarmLands
'' II
Miss. Kathleen ,Layton, D. Henry
Fordham. Donald M. Marvin; mem- Groves and Tracts
:... )(ship committee, Miss Louise Look Over this List of Specialties
Buehu. Miss:; May Moreman, Miss
A i Kathleen Hill, Miss Mildred Pearce ,Twenty acres,' 10 acres of which is in bearing orange

and Elmer Harns.iOn grove, and balance of 10 acres in timber land, five-room : PERFECTION ALL-PORK SAUSAGE CHOICE GRAIN FED POULTRYALL

Friday afternoon a bazaar was cottage, located three miles from city, price $3,000.00. : VARIETIES OF CHOICE MEATS CHOICE DUCKS AND GOSLINGS

{ held,by the young ladies in the gymnasium : Twenty-five acres, 10 acres of bearing grove, 600' SELECT OYSTERS ,FRESH .FISHParlor ,.
b ,- the proceeds being applied trees, five-room house and barn, located on lake front, :
r to the fund which they are raising for : four,miles from city, price 400000. :
a,young ladies' tennis court. Candy, ,: Thirty acres, 15 acres in grove, 1000 trees, 15 acres
hot chocolate and various other .dainties : of fine farm and vegetable land located on lake front,

were placed on sale.- A tidy sum : four and half miles from city, price 500000. Market
of timber land of fine fruit
'.' was, ,realized for the benefit of the Forty.a res virgin pine, and
, court.. vegetable d fronting on Lake Conway, four miles from

'On Saturday evening Mr. Arthur city, price $2,000.00.Twenty .
": Frank.Landstreet gave his senior recital acres of lake front land near city suitable for : 1f

in school of A sub-division. Price $3,800.00. ::
o r the experssion.
large audience greeted his appearance Forty-five acres, five acres in bearing orange grove, H. M. SELF & CO.No. x
small house'and barn, located at Conway, five miles'from ::
and testified by prolonged 'applause
l' and jond tribute their,'appreciation, city, price $1,500.00. : 18 20 East Pine Street. PHONE NO. 80
: IoJ.;his excellent w rk.. For,a number Five acres with cottage near city, price 1500.00 : :?
.I:of Drears Mf. Landstreet' has been Three and one-half, acres with- twelve-room house lo ,.
; cated'.near city price $1,500.00. :: .
, ni dng for,nimself.the". reputationof : '
accomplished : i Twenty ac.res..with bearing:grove. of 300.trees, small .
F' an. reader his work >. ,
' with the .glee j dub. .throughout. .the. I house. and barn, price2800.00

,,\ ; st r te"having- 'e'contributed in: no small I I J. F L. 'mIMO', *.. OFFICE STORE OVER, ORANGEIAVENUEiMHIIIIItllllllillliHMMIilliMMMMMHMMIM BLUE DRUG IIII..III.III'IIIIIIII.. IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII11111111111'1111111111'.

:F' measure to the'success of that organ .' .
:J. iaition. His completion of his'work ,
. and 'graduation is'therefore a justly

... earned. reward. .-.-.. .

:;. ,selected Mr. Landstreet's and well rendered program was in every well Jlt ;'!r ij

number.and lyric,Humor all were and represented pathos, drama and 'HEN'E CASH STORE ORLANDQBANK, & IR I COMr i

all were interpreted with'skill.. and

; sympathy which spoke well for great isssssear....: Capital and Surplus and Undivided'Profits $120,000.00. x
natural, ability, skilful' training and
Cor. South and Hughey Sts. .
Total Resources over Three-qHarters of Miflion.v .
)\ faithful work.: It was a truly enjoyable -

Report of the Condition of Orlando
Mr Landstreet was assisted. in his
: ;progranrby MissAdelaide Van Voor- sr ( + Bank and Trust Co, Condensed
. .bees, one of Prof. Pope's seniors inn r + From Report to Comptroll
. the'school of music; who rendered delightfully E 'Y"uv 4ijr.
Our Prone No. is er Feb. 4,1913RESOURCES
two numbers. Miss Voor-
. hees a sweet, voice r y -r
possesses. soprano
w of lyric quality and bas'charmed the And an Order win Have Prompt Attention, and will be Loans and Discounts ..-...$393,161.05Overdarfts

: musical people>> of the college before Delivered to Any Part of the City.D. .............. 193.53

now. .The following program'was. "'' ;r Stocks and Bonds ......, 26,018.33
Proprietor ORLANDO, Real I
:) given;' Estate, furniture and
The Offending Eye (Trybout) The Fixtures ... .......... 25,853.44 r-
Man Who Apologized, Mr. Landstreet. Cash on hand and in Banks 215,084.83
To'be Sung on 'the' Waters (Schu. o __...oIIIIItnI NPe! le(

,: bert), Miss Voorhees. $660,311.18
: King Robert of Sicily (Longfellow.), 4 LIABILITIES

Mr. Landstreet InsuranceBest a ;:e E Capital Stock ...........$100,000.00
! April Weather (Rogers), Miss Voor %'t Surplus and Undivided

Profits ... ........... 22,83133
hees.Life, Opportunity (Sill),: Annabel, : Deposits ... ............ 537,418.85
Lee (Poe);RecessionalKjpiing\ ), Mr., Companies i ..

tand treet. ,!. : Y r 660311.18
J. Lowest Rates. ; ,
r ; \ We invite the attention of .
COMMUNICATI ' our customers
A N I Honest Losses .
PromptlyAdjusted and friends to our statement
above and wish to assure them that
Orlando, Feb. 21; 13. and Paid
': we appreciate their patronage and
Editor I have ,examined the
'Mr. :- '
ask for'a continuance of same.Don't .
' curious find of Mr. W. G. Furlong of '
; forget that our deposits are V
Taft on exhibition at the Sentinel .
office. It would not be difficult to connect a Y. f '* insured.
Way I A cordial invitation is extended to I

.rattler's this head find in'with imagination.that of a There big : visitors in our any to call and oPen

'is. the approximate size and shape ftftei SWtJ 6/rtrreiISWc ad Cot f Depes..,. an account with usT .

.also_ the waving side line in brownish I Phone 172. 23 South Orange Ave. L -
black along.the.skull and depressions. .. o'i
eye J _. : .u-o "
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In fact the petrification is amost' '= "
striking counterpart of the.flat ; I ,\ ".HHtlMIMIiMIMIIMMIF. . 1
, *'head rattlesnake. In the: Grass Val ;J s '
ley of California,numberless nut pine . ,ARMSTRONGThe ITS ANYTHING IN CONTRACTOR AND,
trees felled are by the winds. Imbedded ARTISTIC PICTURE FRAMER of .OriaadoMMMiiMliiHillllM -"R DRUGS PHONE BUILDER.
,by restets these assume most star- . QscarHand :
I Superintend Work.
{ tling i formations i and ,colors. Common 'PINe. STREeT- .' __ : _. _. ' DeLANEY Prices That'
colors.. Common '- I "' "" : H & SOnl DRUG
,:J,$"' formations. and trunks.. I .' ., '. .... .... . . III: Iftdacement.

ff pitch prostrate_become8.g1assy'and resemble, pillars tree of stone. ,",. .' :._.. -:. : .1_ :. , cs.iCl8III: to, ;-EHaad- . ; COMPANY' .. All Work Gl8rUt ecL ,

rr They nitrates ,and ;solutions, of iron I ..' _* , ' [ -! . _
1 ,combine.and as;'a;result. material, 'for :I t ".SEE. .,:SLAUTBR'S.. ""., ...,. - .NEW'r, yy.ig-; -; M't.-1" F"R'S't ILt:1 't, I ,-OF 1.-1.COI1 0;. :' ;QUICK'DELIVERY. ": -- =-- . -. \

,some 'of the, much sought for ornaments : 'i '. lii :. : ,,5' =:lI"-FUI.: ',",-"'t.. 1 1 * i .I When you get;through reading theSentinel
have ;for the .moth : I SOIL, ;. CONNECTION.-- ---... --......:"-'-- _,..;;....I i ... 'J'M.M'; .,...:.i ,t 1 i' .p.t- };l J 'Watkins, Building. mail, it to .some friend or
material :the modest -pitch of the : -' \t.j' :"'i", ,- -",. ,'r.\ '1 ;4-:' : ...' A" '_ icquaintance'at.a distance' Very often .
1 t :7',3!. f:;; ... aIIIN; AND:SM US Phone 678. *
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.pine thfsbrlngs.anew settler.
I Absolutely ,Sesstiupa: 1 tNt .."' -' : ,,
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Of such material is the fed. (Taft; : - ' ": .. .,i'. j
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.le ufiyl;:: '.__ ,' '_ '"t.Y" ;S:" '_ : i' o "I.I Subscribe for,tbe,sentinel I
:'-t',, ;R. NEWTON. .

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Yestcrmdy'i Exciting EvenU at the Unitarian church,, corner' Central

.Mice Emma' L'Hainer, President: Country Club avenue and West street,.Rev. EleanorE. : . -'. .;.
the',Orlando Mendelssohn Club;, and Old Sol had his face hid and old Gordon minister. ;

.Nye her.aun ,' &-'Mahlon. ,Gore, returned. Pluvius had the right of way and it Subject of morning sermon: "The
yesterday afternoon f" after ',two' days was a ;mighty good thing for Orlando Law of Life." .
.. > '
delightfully spent at the annual Music that the heavens had arrangedit Sunday School at 10 o'clock. .. -. '. .
Festival ,of Stateson University at this way. The Zodiac was wrong. Unity Circle on Wednesday after-
DeLand.. Both ,Mrs. Gore and Miss The Orlando golfers had been tellingMr. noon at 3 o'clock. Paper by Mrs.C. /:- .
,Hainer enthusiastic over the affair Gedge that'his sweater was entirely Groninger Gore, on "Mary Liver- :! ,;
and,say that the artists were In splen- too red.. And old golf players more.. "
'' did.form,:the, first night assisting the from a distant city, said; "Unless All visiting friends are most cordially -
well trained ,Stetson-DeLand Choral, you get Gedge to take his brilliant invited to these services.
which has been studying under the di. sweater off this course you will never ....
rectorship1 of,: Professor'' Phillips. 'Orlando win anything." Against which. a good, Methodist ;
music.lovers.,will interested golf player.said: "I have played with Rev. Dr. J. E. Wray. $
to hear.that, Mrs. David, who was so Mr. Gedge in Ohio and in Michiganand Sunday School 9:45, C. E. Howard,.
warmly received here, charmed her in Florida and he is mighty superintendent. ..3828.62'S
DeLand audience. 'at the'Artists Con- steady and if he gets beat today I Preaching by the pastor at 11:00.
cert: the second night both with her am. not going to say anything about Subject: "Workers Together With
harp playing and her pleasing person- his sweater." Mr. Gedge got beat. God." Anthem by the choir. Solo : ,
.ality. 'Mr Clark from Canton,. Ohio, played by Mr. Walter Drennen.
,Kellerman made the hit of the even- a 37 and a 40 and when Mr. Ralph Epworth League at 6:30, H. A. '.J The amount of sanitary money
ing, jnd'recei ed an ovation after Yearby came'in with a 40 and a 42, Hoffner, president. r
k 'singing the group of English songs he said that that was all he thought Preaching by the pastor at 7:30. put into circulation at our
,which. ended the program here, and Orlando ought to expect of him. Mr. Subject: "How God Calls Men."
-; .. was. forced to give an encore' notwithstanding Willie Irwin had already put Mr. Anthem by the choir. Male quar- _. booth in the Fair on Saturday,
;* the lengthy program and Gedge to sleep and Mr. Irwin had taken tette.
4;' .lateness of the hour. a train for Washington, D. C., say- Mid-week prayer meeting Wednes- February the 23rd 1913IT
.;;;_i fig, ,:J i :"Miss McCue, the contralto who will ing that he had a little girl, a Daughter day at 7:30 p. m. .
' ; :.. .give- a recital at ,Rollins next Monday whom he wished to visit. Dr. Everybody cordially invited. Stran-
'lti night, splendid, and all who4Lhear Stagg. and Dr. Widle came in about gers especially welcome. .

Miss .Hauler's: glowing report their time and Dr. Stagg was talking : is Always a Pleasure To Serve Yon
.J'; ,of her>work will surely wish to go toWinter about the probable effect on citrus Christadelphian.Memorial ., ;
Park for her entertainmentthere. fruit if Venus had passed the moon service, 10:30 a. m.
in Florida instead of China. Dr. Lecture 7:30 p.' m. I
Stagg told Dr. Widle that if the two Subject: Baptism-Sprinkling or
; REPORT OF JUDGE ON SCHOOLWORK heavenly bodies had passed in Floridait Immersion-Which?
would have frozen everything to the McNeille and Davis block. THE[ PEOPLES[ NATIONAL l BANK

Keys, and while Dr. Widle had his Welcome to all.
To the Orange County'Fair Association mouth open in astonishment Dr.

: Stagg slipped in five up on him and Baptist
Your committee to report on Schoolwork came in two down instead of seven. j Rev. J. B. Jones of Kentucky will A, Special Department for Ladies.

would recommend that prizes beawarded There isn't any use in talking: 1913is preach in the Baptist church at 11
the Sanford and the Orlando just as undecided as 1865. You a.nL, and 7:30 p.m. Public invited.

Schools 'for- ttolr excellent; W9'rk can't count on a Reb. You cans ..,. '. . '
! through all the grades count on a Yank. Canton and Or- . . '
.) They would also call especial at lando must meet some other day. In Catholic Church .' .- . the unsurpassed exhibit of the mean time Orlando' golfers have Sunday School, 9:10 a. m. ; I

: drawing.and color wprk of the San- learned to like Canton golfers mightywell Mass, 10 a. mt _(v:- :
: ford district and to the neatness and 1.. __ --- ."-
unusually complete s ts.of. grade Services Today at Cathedral Church
,:.vrk done'by the Orlando School's I KEEP YOUR NAME IN THE NEWSPAPER I of St Lukes ..

4 *'- ,They'aould recommend that prizesbe The third Sunday in,Lent.
: given to the :Public Schools of 9:30 a. m. Sunday School.

r: Apopka and, Oakland and Winter No business man in any'town should 10:30 a. m. Morning Prayer.
'= Garden for their<.fine work;.and they allow a. newspaper published in his 11:00 a. m. Celebration of the Holy
would make 'especial mention of the town. to go without his ,name men-! Communion and Sermon. .'
collection plants and flowers, and tioned somewhere in its columns. This I 7:30 p. mi Evening Prayer and
of the booklets'of the Apopka Schools, applies to all kinds business. general -! Sermon. -
and .the :native woods' and, other products stores, dry goods stores, groceries,: Owing to the absence of the Dean, .. .
the maps, of Florida of OaklandWinter furniture dealers, professional men,' Dr. Hoskins will conduct the morn-
L ,Garden. school and, in fact, all classes of businessmen. I ing,services and Judge T. P. Warlow
The, district schools of Longweed, This does not mean that you will read Evening Prayer. r'
''Tangerine and Pine Castle are com. Miss of Kentucky who has
t should have a whole or even a quarter Bishop, ,
mended for their excellent work es been the of Mr. and Mrs. ,
; page ad. in every issue, of the paper guest King CRODS CRODS
pedal mention being made of the but your name and busness ,shouldbe in Concord Park, was suddenly called
method of .,teaching' history inthe mentioned if you do not use more home yesterday' by a telegram announcing
.j Longwood. .schools,by the',use of "His- than a two line space., A stranger the death of her uncle, Mr.

' torical treesVk I If picking up a newspaper should be able. Barney TimbalL Mr. Timball, in an
: f| jYour committee'takes this oppof. to tell just what business is repres.. altercation with an employee, was
a 3 ,unity to thank the pupils of the various tinted in a town by looking at the shot and instantly killed. .x
schools for.their efforts to make _, _*'
I business mentioned in the Thisis
.this year's'exhibit better' than thatof the best possible advertising.The Immanuel Baptist Church Are jamming and packing our
last. year;, .., 'wt, that is' evident 'in man' who does not advertise his Preaching at the Grand Theater
:.. ,several directions.We Sunday morning at 11 o'clock by Rev.
business does an injustice to himself store now taking advantage of she
further.recommend that prizes and his town. He is the nan who Frank Parker of Massachusetts.Music ,
be given the, Johnson Academy and expects the paper tp do most of the by the orchestra. Prayer service -
the;.Hoper Academy for their commendable boosting for his town. The life of any Wednesday evening at 7:30 at the great Shoe Sacrifice as shown by

work ,,". ,.t:, town depends upon the live, wide- new residence' of Mr. F. N. Boardman.The .
.I awake and liberal business men in it. public is cordially invited to the
; 'ORLANDO. NEEDS A BAND services.
_c .*. v :
A city as progressive- and wide.a* WINTER RESIDENT- DEAD Services at the Presbyterian Church The Red Ta Prices

eke as Orlando should support a Mr. Frank Dorman, seventy yearsof TodayAt
first,class band. The material is here age; a well known winter visitorto ,11 a. m., "Man Essentially Re-
; in abundance but no band can be ligious."
Orlando, died yesterday morningin
maintained excepts the city give it Orlando. At 3:00 p. m. "What constitutes a
s', financial support. The recent invasion FooL"
The deceased was from Upper Mont-
'of our city by the Carnival band At 7:30 p. m., "The Sufficiency of
clair, N. J., and had been coming ID
aroused anew the desire for'a Orlando Orlando for six years. He was well Self." Our entire Stock of Shoes marked
Band. The city has many men possessed A most cordial invitation to all the ,
known here, where he many
of musical who people regardless of creeds.
splendid ability friends. He was survived by a widow Reduction for '
i!! could form a band equal to any in the who was at his bedside when the end down to' the Limit
state; but these men cannot afford to WEATHER REPORT
instruments music and devote
buy and The body was taken home east for
time to.practice just for the sake Generally fair Sunday.and Monday. STOCK REDUCTIONThe
burial Mr. Dorman was a member QUICK
of doing it.. of the Congregational church in New
Lakeland supports a good band, St It is a good idea to aim high, but

Petersburg pays liberally to a band, .Jersey. be sure your gun is loaded.
Bartow and Sanford and several more stock must be reduced $10-
near-by places have splendid bands,
.many towns by subscriptions of the .
in two weeks.
business men support bands that are 000.00 TAGt

a,.credit, to the 'community. At ,onetime Is Monday YourSHOPPING X
i Orlando. had. the best band in the SALE PRICES will meet that end.
State. Won't some ctoe start,the,ball
,rolling? A band for Orlando is of DAY ?
vital! :importance to;the city and im
mediate action, should be, taken. "
Dont miss this opportunity. Nothing reserved.

j 4 DR. ABERNETHY ,INJURED BY If it is don't forget to include
the crowd for your'share
i, AUTO have wide Shoes for everybody Join to-day
4 this
store, as we a
of the, Shoe values at
.Dr., B. C."Abernethy met with a and extensive assortment. big :
rather distressing accident yesterday
morning whereby minor fractures We always make it a point .
During' ,:of. the the",heavy band resulted rain the doors tothe to4>lease the'l ladies* We buyto .E.:6.'i DUCKWORTH'S 1

Cook.Auto;Co.,garage on corner suit their tastes
i of Central avenue-: and :;Court street t t, t .
t. were closed, incl4'an, 'auto. driver, F. .
.beaded 'fortheragC, being,blinded We have been in Orlando long enough to appreciatetheir i I S"hoe" S'.t'.o.'r.e. '" .

by-the.rain:,did:not>observe that the tastes and-wants. and buy accordingly. These
'" door was: doeal''',rind attempted to I \J
Br? .drive right. in.' .Dr..:Abernethy seeing are the real reasons why we always please. I
; :the situation made a quick move I ,. L .
Lr 'to, open::the door;and just had :bold I .
of it when the auto. struckit and ..,. .n.,0' : : ,;
lJMTI"rSTORE[" : :
:kaocked It'" down, on.:him:with the I :

iabevetreeet.. Dr ..Person ''reduced

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draw L
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