The daily sentinel
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Title: The daily sentinel
Uniform Title: Daily sentinel (Orlando, Fla.)
Alternate Title: Daily South Florida sentinel
Physical Description: 1 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: Josiah Ferris
Place of Publication: Orlando Fla
Creation Date: February 14, 1913
Frequency: daily (except monday)
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando
Coordinates: 28.533611 x -81.375833 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1913.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 1, no. 269 (Dec. 20, 1913).
General Note: J.F. Schumann, editor.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 4 (Feb. 14, 1913).
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Source Institution: University of Central Florida: Florida Digital Newspaper Library
Holding Location: University of Central Florida: Florida Digital Newspaper Library
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002075051
oclc - 34297092
notis - AKR3406
lccn - sn 96027192
System ID: UF00087112:00066
 Related Items
Related Items: South Florida sentinel
Succeeded by: Morning sentinel

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, ''. 'f'f., : rr.,;{fC'BOnalS RIDDLED THE WINTER .LAST-->NIGHT Princeton, N. 34 February 13.- WASHINGTON GOVERNMENT IS,

-f'. '.. 4;,.. tatbd. ? .Special .to Tht, SentineL:, it began raining early yesterday Andrew ,G.,flaight, of Brooklyn,N. President-Elect.af:the United States, READY TO ACT

'.1 't i ;City;:Feb. '13.-The battle Mexico City, Feb. 13..'Special-: -The morning" 3n a mild 'way' and kept itup ,Y., arrived. in Orlando last night on Woodrow Wilson, announced ,today Special to The SentineLWashington :'-

!:; Mmfedtab' and Diaz forces. now Car ttal 'city is being riddled ,by 'hot more or less all day. Bat with ,the ,85'.to. take: m the sights :of' the city. that he would resign the governoshipof D, D. February 13th. '

p ';,fc: ;ks ,foartk!day:'was',raging today,t ind shelL Not in the kistory tf the sinking of the sun into. sight begana 'Mr.;Haight is making a tour of the New Jersey to take effect-,on March -Most alarming news relating to the

.: With:only,;one or3arolalls,firing;has present generation has this city passed heavy downpour of rain which con- world on loot, on a wager and reach- first, or as soon thereafter as his suc- Mexican situation was received hire- 4 J

.r t!". '" .Continued since.early' morning;.'guns. through; such a scne u inttfcl throughout the ,first 'half of ing Jacksonville: ahead of his schedule cessor, Hon. ,James F., Fielder, now today, furnished by state departmentwhen

we&Bg> enormous'- destruction' :to ,Both sides seem to be the aggress the.night By eight o'clock the streets time decided to 'visit Orlando, speaker of the..senates, shall be sworn .admitted the only wire oat .:

'3"f \ ::jproperty.mnd.kiliing:_ .- 'many.person. or. :Madero is making a fight.for his w .e.practically,deserted, and the unfortunates about1 the beauties of which he had in.: of Mexico City through Vera Crex

.',. ,Dead, :wany-Jtom' second and yes. life and the same may be said 'of ..:who were left in the basiciess.honses heard much, and in execution of that This caused frantic hurrying up of a

: !terday's :battle, ," .and,,"i ,:addttian. to Diaz who was rescued from prison were unable by that hour desire he boarded.a a train and reached ORLANDO HAS A BUSINESS war preparations in all departments ;

'. those:,killed 4o
t ;the tone 4>f.fire r.-lties.today tellS. 3o&
:iowewr'are-fewer v*.*f.women:aiid i 'nothing if' his adversary pre- that there were no rigs "' When,Mr. Haight reached Jackson.- Every institution that stands for part of .the afternoon. ?

: ,a( early 'aH hid been sent vaSvhence.it',will be a fight to.the out A rig at a livery'barn could not I vOle, he had traveled'.2400, miles and the betterment of Orlando and Orange Tonight Mr. Taft was closeted with

: o" ;pei>sta :f'safety.;. death.. to get thranspertation to their in that distance he had only ridden county, and for the uplift and im several stenographers and secretary I

'.; WUeoii.Acrd'staff. ,are still :at *mUssy. be had with driver.. There was nota 700 miles. He says he expects to arrive provement the splendid men and Hflles. It is hinted that he is preparing

,.... v, .\The; buildiac kaa"'been ik-. BODY '*)F WALTER A. SMITH thing about that rain inviting to the back .to his home in Brooklyn women who make up their populationis to throw the question of :

aged but4hcre are _'casa ies Mere :GOES NORTH man who was snugly housed. Never after: .completing the trip, with cash entitled to the encouragement of vention before congress. inttr'I'I

:'today.. '-, # the-less the rain'did immense good enough in, his pocket to purchase anew the public. It was pointed out that if

& .. >' .Federal are in;; pwesawn: of towers, "Walter* A. Smith's body left this and no one complained.By .automobile which he will presentto Orlando has a business college. In telegraph line is, interupted, Mexico- 4i i\. I

f. :fled ocatbdflral. fled 'are' Acing from'!!fcity tthis morning, but his kindly spirit ten o'clock it was much cooler his wife. this business age, the young man or City will be in the same predicament,

: ,.tyre,wiiks Dial gvoers are attempt- .gtilllingers .and loving memories the wind shifting to .the north, mercury Mr. Haight informed us that he woman who has no business education as was Pekin during the Boxer 1.

,,' v..;fog towneck towers. I him will not be lost untfl the pang dropping rapidly by midnight wad fifty years of age, although he I I are. poorly equipped for the duties trouble, when foreigners huddled to-

,. ,, :<' Conservative_. "'" 'Hrt" fttM d. ,'.those':' (the present generation. 'He wasa did not look.a day over forty, aDd is 1 and responsibilities, of the great commercial gether in the legation. There is a 1

.Hailed :,paoerS dtiy" are 1,100, with :man of:loving deeds, and these live JUNKMAN FINDS $100,000 ,PACKET a robust fellow. age in which we live. It is i constant stream of diplomaticrep.
":- '?, "smal'.tfeoosaad wounded.' Damage f r ver. IN RUBBISH 'PILE, He makes''his expenses on the trip not. always convenient for young people , resentatives of foreign nations the
-Jl !to'p 9, itlDllJf': Banks and all business houses dosed by selling small articles which he to have theadvantages of a business -i state department all day. This, more-

r Owe... ',Bws-pap. .' ;..the,. ,Be.t. ,.pubJitMchJ..1 -. dui ng the/:hour of the fnera Special to The Sentinel fashions from gold'wire: in an'.attractive education unless unusual .facili than anything else, it isbelieved will ';

P.' '* ;: Type sea net Jiy .hand, services' which;;were eD ducted at St New York Feb. 13.-A packet of and artistic manner.- He ex. ties are broungh to their door. Thisis arouse, the Taft administration to ac:

,' :'SBaekiae. compositaars are tea nervous. L ke' Cathedral stock, certificates turned yellow with pests to complete the trip attn years what the small business collegesof tion.The

; ., : ; owHk '. The fist that a very large crowd attended age, but believed to, be worth over j jl00OOO and does, not ;seem to'look upon'-this the land are doing. Especially are Southern: Pacificwas.today'ordered -

:E ,Tel graph':openton TWcking:under ,xhe feral, .notwithstafifing $ together with an unsigned 1 traveling by> : hand irksome, or: without, the night features of these schools to hold cars in readiness for

F' JiNai"0u8, ieB.ii.i.' ." aod. .jamundeo'd the high'.esteem. in which he was held will and other documnets belongingto 1 interest In fact he takes.a cool philosophical valuable to :the young men and women troops in all territory adjacent tat ; .

:" 'i ..J --t.. in ibis r mmuJ ity. the late Brigadier General, Daniel I view of the trip as m so who are employed in other' dutiesCuring Texas. The impression prevails oar '

'- ff8II, 'V.eruztot. ;., .The several fraternal orgalisatiDns G. McCallum, have been found by a I as the average man would tnp the day. The Orlando Busi every side that the. President is plAying -

'! y.';:two:'mflli an !" ' ....wnitr0 n .of.whichhe was a' member attends junk man in a piled rubbish, it was I across the .state. ,He'began, /s hike nee/college ought to find,a large en- politics and will either force coa-

;1-, aadtat9';tiJ.. a.--just. .. .. ::. been in body- 1 learned today. Attorneys are giving'I onthe; fifth of August lasty ar. We rollmenthtw among the,young peo guess to take' the initiative without ; _

_, ,.IHI d. Business men, left their'desks for publicity to, the discovery in the.hope I did'not envy him or offer.to.- rade jobwith s'plc' of this community' and even older his suggestion or, let the suggestion,

': :-' -The federals wwe. driven back ihia ;gatfnl .trif :.all':.except;the',friend -.. ho I of finding Gen. .McCallum's heirs. i m. I men,and women*"ho find themselves tome from President-Elect Wilson; n j

< 'f'., '" 5'at+ereoon:: _:'"Abet..*ey.. a&eapied jto, has gone over.the great divide lleav. In addition to the stocks, which are I hampered by a lack of'tfj mess train ,

.4 .,., 'take BeWfrisBsi mireeting the' ing "with them cherished memories mainly New York .and Virginia railways : BEECHAM ON, GOTO) ROADS ing. "I I Ui TROOPS IN READINESS TG.

':\.,: ... ;--.ye M,. ., .giA.. ; ": 'anrp- .' as their consolation: while they tarry I whose identity have longe been i -, Professor G. G. Gasten, Principal' !i MOPE" :

tiliII c.:wxty,. ,' i-fi-.::twenty. here 'a ilitt1e:Jonger. This respefltfu lost various mergers, there is a letter Mr.,B..Beecham, wW> .i ia'greatly interested of ,the school, and I. G. Garrett, MUJ-![

;" :,..{". ie.1.:,tH,dwarek"!attack' ...'on. .prim,, attention on the part of our businessmen II from Edward M., Stanton, secretary .1 in the question of good roadsin ager, will be, glad to meet all inter' .San> Antonia, Texas, Feb. ECS peciaIX'

't" ;' :'tW'JtU been .wand .mate 'federals' t b".well for both living ase. of.war, to President Lincolncommending .Florida has Contributing .ested parties, at their office on the :-___Urtion Pacific Railroad Company '
.. : ;' Gen. McCullum. I some J second floor of the 'New ordered to hold
..: .... a8aa.'. t. ; very able articles fo the Tampa Tub Hand Block I .hasten engines
'h. .In:: .. dr IIAt The subjects treated paiWnger coaches in
i-.f -.r-- are, bookkeep. and 196 teadlt

.4..,. J'ypi T'.'*-ghtang'lmt /M"- real;adva nCe .AT im: COUNrr.UII CALLS GRAND JURY TO PROBE une.Mr.. Beccham/very'' properly treats ing, commercial law, ,arithmetic, penmanship ness to transpoPresident "r & eo. .

*K, JI iie-arch bye eiII. er:side.p .'*''I- I I W. VA. GRAFT CHARGES the subject .asa state issue. 'No shorthand, letter writing and Taft orders 3,000 m 1

'-',Itv.,.,.#'U-'>",-l*..s b>r lra-- .DOW..' .-.'.as..; *>r-if.daily.- "'"---.1. _01T't. .- ;Tueaday :morning promptly. at, 10feek I ID [Special state in the Junion .is receiving .so.i typewriting: Mexico ,to protect foreigners SB ?
: :.to The.
._::f .. .. _.wil,.. r .pj '...:;. ..tiiXIiy. o ua;i ,'tke,'opening;.progranL.QfkiheFair < 'Charleston.W.'Vawlieh Ik Bch attenti and'will. [' continue to'I battleships. mannedby 5,000 men. .ani:
#, '_1iDition. ,fsi. "tlT1aaDl&ed, ;'' --- will ? -Judge receive so inich THE PEOPLE two; admirals,now on'the to Mexican
>. .r. '.. '. be ,rendered. ,At that hourPresident Harry K. Black today ordered a attention as1 Florida,i I way ,
special . .
. this eannn- Dkkson and1 it is / i ihas" 'waters. ..
positive ,
will present Leroy grand fact that no state : ,
... f.lni jury convened immediately)
':. t f" .b pa',api ;; d.,by / At a certain
-. B, Giles, who will introduce Governor r sue bad roads there has'been great council, called'
tf I ,
: to the that
; :...... _., investigate charges
: ; : : : &':" Both i4es money together at Toledo '
: 't seem' Park. Trammell who will make. aaddress n has been used, in the'United Statessenationrial so mu<& wasted 'energy-so' -mile! in the 12th century I FigMteg Zone Widened .

!:li=- ;.tl,h be wai&g for some 4 :move from. that will mark the opening of I in waste / money in. building roads by to acknowledge. Alfonso VII as.Em. Special to. The,Sentinel' i

R.. .'. Ahe.-other,, (By;bill_ ,;:pastr: three" .s firing ,the'third. annual Fair. of Orange county , in the West campaign'Virginia now legislature progress J I I peace mealy,here a short stretch and peror of Spain' there were present Mexico City, Feb. 13.-The fighting 'iJzone
"\;.ne.very;severe,many shells nom. there j princes, churchmen, and 'noblemen.The has been widened. Diaz supporters ,
; Immediately following at .eleven a stretch until it
Black made it ,, can not '
, : judge known that'hedesired i '
) in" direction ofy cable.:oflce:, o'clock'.the first-aeroplane flight 'will be that there is populace was also. invited to, be coming from outskirts of t
: the spd one good,
-; .. \ grand jury to begin the
il r g, be made, and will be'one of the mostextensive 1 work not later than tomorrow, and I uo road in the .state. The contin-j present at the deliberation, but only city and have placed. guns'on roofs .in
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: i that in order "to see, to'hear, and to praise! the 'suburbs. Conditions can be im-. '
sttBSTEb''FITE. .LBGISLABRIBERY TOR S. flights of the season. Atone began their work at a our road building il a -
7' ?; ;FOR: ;"T o'clock the automobile paradeabsorb will, : process : ei- on the business sagacity' of the)I I God. These are the only purposes s agined not desirable. There'.is not a? .,
.. once. '
I I for which the safe place of, refuge in the
Y massesin city'lira- -
';:- ,_ the: attention of 'the entire It is that the fien of 'Florida, and unless they can : most .of history ,,
: reported grand jury I 1'
\ have been its. There is a the effectso
.. report to
supposed to take
<. I for several hours o better in the future'we. in any
community priorto .are, favor|i '
will investigate not alone the actions i .
jhThe. SentineL, Interest in hat Madero is ,
_'fi ; t "the'-hOrse'races. if government The tw ,ready to,flee from the ,
Weather the roads
turning to
: t;$aileston;. )West: Va:, Feb.' 13.- ,. Fair week will, be one continnowsronndof permittang - .of the five arrested members of the legislaturewho of the state. over the women i events which, have, done most, to capitol, but there,is no"sign of his intention R ,;

: "tier. :William Seymour' Edwards, ar- iJ were Tuesday afternoon broaden the base of human to surrender.
rights and I
: : entertainment,from the The,state .
:must take the
t lW'kMl charged; with bribing dele ; .charged with the bribery, but that.the/ matter up '
; y hour, of opening on Tuesday to the I acts of' other members of the hou and do, the work systematic ly. There general prosperity were the inventionof
War ?
: ,V gate Smith' ci Tyler coun y. printing and'the discovery AUTOMOBILE PARADE
dose Saturday: night is no trying to r"_of
on J and senate, as well as ,those of tfe use dodge the issue
: deleRhodes '
issued at tiid instance of :
} 4: I steam. The one is'-the f oundatiog i 'of
t' "' ,- of''Kingoone ,of,'the '\ number of men well known in st te universal The committed the automobile
ate.. anj the other i is on
SOCIAL FUNCTIONS SUCCUMB : The Sentinel;is with Mr.. "Beecham .
::rr.<'f f mw'arwstrf. esda Y..for,accept- ... TO ;THE WEATHERWe politics will be gone ,into. in his fight for good roads the foundation of modern productive e parade'make the following announcement -

,; iDg lir i 8L;; Soon after' the.. -arrest Ed- industry. Together they mean, that : '-
x ivardI.furaisbed'bond.: ;FIRE DESTROYS PIPE FOUN &Y, the; .same amount ,of labor produces Parade will start promptly Tuesday
:;1-- hact'promised some Very ..., CHAIRMAN OF DOMESTIC EXHIBIT I
> Jadge BI etthis'motnl 1g'ealled a far February 18th at o'dock :
-i ; more; in food, clotting, housing, .one. p. Hiss
social events by editor
} '' good, our society Special to The SentineLBirmingham COMMITTEE
tt. .I: ses. 6a of the' grand jury -to bookstand that.the laborer has more at the Monument :,at intersection of
.t last night, by way of parties so i Ala., Feb. i3 -The
.d :evidence,"against'.the, five' mem* to say about, how .these staples' ofuppiness Main street and Central avenue:. The
elaborate and interesting, as to excite plant of the Southern Pipe and Iron i Mr. William S. Brach Jr. who '
) bers of' the .legidatare ,who ,are ; : so } shall be distributed. ears lining up' on Central avenue,',
the.envy f-.the'meekest of crew I Found-ary Company North irm- '
: ctirged ':with having:'accepted, bribe l.sened.las.t: year. as 'sex P No nation 'on the face'of the earthis facing west AU cars, being east of.
tures. But the report we got wasover ingham, was destroyed by'fire early erintendent:of the Domestic Exhibit '
'il. ;money Id:;,vote'.for.Edwalds.th. 'senfataupirant'wbo making Monument r
. greater
progress today
1" the telephone, for;:like : est today. Loss placed at $90,000 with for the
leading : . Orange County' Fair_ is 'to the
played part showing' a keener interest in clean parade will follow the follow-
of, them'she had wisely concluded to $70,000 insurance, S. F. King is 'l be back at the ,
same. post from the '
:J. in expose of lawn.makers. , let 'weather have his, of the The "
:.the man own president company. plant eighteenth to, the twenty-second of '
;!, The court 08lei .anBounced. that has 'heretofore been, tie custom in Robinson; east on Robinson around

." .'spetttl, ,grand jury will_likely, .be.able.. wiy' :while' the disappointed, remainedat Manufactured 'sanitary! pipe? The this moath, and will;be ably assisted China' to 'not; pay public:':officials 'but Lake Eola to ,Central avenue;. weston ; -
dreamed of St. Valentines
: home and., fire is su pew Eav originated by, a committee under ;the:leadership
"< 'K",1totakelup't)1e.. ; ) use'ton&rrowi'raiornJ4FWRUACHRIStlAN : : ; t. opermit them to get, .their living Central .avenue: to; Main; Southon -'
t 1. ; pranks, not'without a scowl on from :detective, wiring of the motors of,Miss, Antoinette Siemens.' :.One ; '
,, g., : : :' : : from peculations graft A leading :Main to Lucerne Circle East
r 0: I .1 thepart'oL; some for:' great,store badbeiAliid No. statementwasinade: as to whether more name is 'yetto be ,chosen-;but statesman Lake -
Y : :: -' .of.China recently made around : Lucerne, making circle;
obis in the industry,.would be rebuilt '
; particular those who
: have already >o ised : '
ADVOCATEr this reference..concerningChina's around lake. to intersection of South
,1 some .quarters, and.disappointment isnotia'iuItr'coated their services in this .departeeit5 '
\:;. .. 'CHANGES 'RESIDENCE, are- vancementt: Orange'.,avenue and 'Lucerne CircInorth ..
'I>" r. ... ; :. \Pij pill.Bit SUGAR Miss, Claire Robinson, Mia Millie "Ref > ,O 'angeJoj west
.;, rma; then conflicts; then more on ; Livingston,
*? '> FloridapiristianAdvocate-- kTfce tes- V :parties., theaters, moving pee- -' Smith/Miss Marian Grove' "and. 18Hatabelle'Hyer reforms;;-a little chaos, ono doubt,,inthis to.Fair:Grounds. where, cars Will.en- _
'- taree and alljtoek their medicine'lastlittle ;One would think that had
j,. :", ibr''heesad;: Ii Jno..p :. we enough ;. greatevolution;, belt' sobat;, ,'in ter. Polo Grounds West of Grand
iM'like melt and ,women sunshine and/wind and, rain. in this "
tf.IWiM",' )n the;:office; of ttfe e4News at > ; the. end, a :China.'which,' having, Stand.
s 2 The little Favoriie onChurch: streetpi4 country for.all needs 'but at: CIVIC LEAGUE : progressed
; slat Mr.'HeiaetOp has It is:hoped thai break :
X1 d. now -r- - 4 eaeh'day; shall finally occupyamong ., .no; car;;will ,
' ; no attention ta rain and a goodly( :we are paying out to goreign nations ... ., ,
;t. '.t''oriligieB. .+ pajier l mi. .'.Mt. wing, :The'f ;._the fre nations 'a''pl cel line, except:for. ,reasons' beyond coatroL ;:; ;.
nambre of needed a-place the"iood round sum.of
; men vwo i ,. $ oo-; CivierheagtreFof,'ihkfdtjr.has '
'9 '.: B. ,W l_. :CMiiIiH < which will be among the most honor :: COMMITTEE..
rr/ ; ft. . '' to waitf for it to;quit raining;betook 090:000''.each 'year for these ,things. secured the"services of D '.::Geisel f or
!Advocate. Y8bOw"'of. J1 'maD"Ef' .' able. The .Chin..ot1910'di . . .
-4. JM< .. 11 : : ,. ; : << r in \
themselves hither and.enjoyed good This amount slips .from for two :1.trea le t r L '
,, fce.edrterial force inw .F7ridAbe: # .' a away us ,. . : % .1rin seme respects altogether ,from :the' .MAgINGANTIQI3E.RUGS .J'-

\ tor.'aWe'to: :'Ulw"- i"ol{tke e pub eVening.AUCTION. .: i bur aanaal importations- of, sugar, # are: municipal. hoaflokcoping.and' China 'of ,1*. 'Let."us', adffiit,'this :
r comes simply from the carbon "":"i.U-Of S '
'V =: " that h.1 Theeti wrtfe tie Daily which upon,- two : ,-.p..m change a4 : Large; corpwatieea, comprised'
[ ,\, : lNglttogethaNlth:the
> -''' SALE' OF LOTS dioxide of:the atmosphere. .There j ia tewst.toOrlandoOn Z ; '
c ;. ) :
.r; ;Ttfcgram. and, .Weekly wffl. heap. ;. > :# .P;ort afld'frwndabip' of the western .-: mainly of ED g shmea, are now making'orieatal z'
< .?:,.."' '! ;_ ..,s ,. A. vie i antioneer for: .own ''m'and'.1ab iess'vvil : . , -
Mil '
> .. : .t ''' 4 } .Ha of i tJa our .people, a Ik tD;thORetsbred : accordwg ],0'.a;:wrHer in'os& of.,,the.,
PiM:Castl ,..who'pulled off a nucceaa : farmers rers, and.so"pn. We their ckHrehee.a ' \{ I I0 d '.
i ttiitw of es.4 rTlieee'csrporadona ,
I k reasoa< t prwd : YBT4NBCOIdINTOFLOBIU:, :: A -gaan ; located _
,' ful:lot' sole in,that ; coeld ; enough beets :.. ,,0fl;ftea ti. Biwilf'ky ;
\.sd:the ...<fWt. : ".,. pioeperseaYT; grow sugar( t Y : i' \ mainly V Turi ;gatte r:
{ ... -- .;, ;it .a M. sbait.I.._aUa':'ago,.. adTertlies an- :: ;igle .te to'supply tbe_needa_ ofttbr :the Opera<;Howe (the ptsbiie : 4-----to_The'Se.lidd.. :i c-_ ,f nna,.t gteent'placw, ,getulseiias'ior !k
.. \ lj b4 ->-' <. ._-.,', .;these"tiro;great' rile: fforjater ay r +rry ntii ;ji&tioiIJ Jhope: 8 11e.,day .ve vited, to. :.all.tlieaa i -see, R p.' :, .> ,'D.,.,: ..;.:p' v{: 1, .j:"t1&:' \..,L'.. Pie: f.1e :' .. rad'give tkemiseg.. .
, ,;,aaapartef. ,-the.. 1 ' Y-!'... ,':1'i, .. ii shall grew b&ineBat all'the angst.... '-,; .we'.." need- -,right-.- ;- prtiable< eolejeet; caiiie ..'l TIaiIi i J:Prestwv:Jf? aad )(rI..'Prwtw -' 1tlarThe>t :-we' dww' :"copy:' .hade --. '
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...tiell--,' l ilM1rtt1t. i .Z9'--w?*z.r s* v-oeiebileaWn1-run trst- c ...IB c *& from:-Or-"*" < atfeleltt- ..are..... fore;GrkBdo pespleRad.t u"1 eatieedanc aei- ,. formerly Mrs.:,Graver Cleveland, :afi aee,,'aa4:' k;tUs way fan

,..., "';;..-_'(r''f.7 ," A. program:. of, masic* : KU'sports paying:,this. 'enonaoM. nn ca'b'Osthekoaas' > year, a good left ;Priaeetei,.;N., J.' yWt rt.., price.oftftne.rufg- -'hae, it. IIf.aeeerReii;; ''been

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r'f assocUUon has its TO?.about '
"gjt, they'll:be st last-ids; -.inches ,nar- :
74werat _the bottom.
<- .\) In 'other \words.'the, association' : in f Our. CustomersFort ,
k' question proposes'to,pat more hobble Q tFi
tt in'the Hobble 'skirt And.th.a'meansstrai

_ ---. ; 'bt" >t; 'apparel is concerned. At"home, afternoons : "
$ ; ,' -well, that's different Raffles : ,::. "

..i. there- there,and everywhere will ,notbe'outof Achiant.age3i
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m 'California seems to have'swung,the 1 I ","
1.f& other way and folks out that direction WE BELIEVE, GIVING OUR t.j
fl/t Insist that skirts be at least two'wndonehalf is +(,A yw t--4t F. ' THEOR MONEY THAN THEY CAN RECEIVE AT ANY .
yards wide at, the bottom, OTHER STORE IN ORLANDO 'l
$t Local !ash ri authorities. however, .,;
say that suck a dictum never would

-.go here.. rip THIS STORE is j
Woman's coats will be,'anything,, ALIVE
raore mannish than ever before one
/button".well above the,waist line,.then I/ kaa .1'"
; :j-unning:off into 'a cutaway:effect 1 WITH BARGAINS IN CLOTHING, HATS, SHIRTS,,UNDER-
Materials, it"seems, will be severe, 1'j WEAR, HOSIERY, ETC., AND THE PEOPLE WHO CARE

Where shall'the modish.,woman wear 'j'jt BY TRADING WITHKanner's ,
-*her waistline : t

.Around,the middle, of eourzee .you ,!
almostunconsieiodsly _say{ But ,she New YorkBargain
won't. ,!.this year(if the.fashions coming .
A; i ,out of:the east are worn;here and I \

!-.. I jj&ep till,be- 'True, there was demand : .
_ :: ffot return to! the natural line but Store -
r *tb&inodish! garments'being displayed :

-ir: local :;shop, windows leave it, up ,.. --
_ iJ :bout' where it gas last year
__ :It has been,noticed, of,course, that If You Would be Posted be a Daily Visitor to this Store .
"* during'the last,few, years, ,the ,waistline
; : -has. shifted. not a little., At no
'"' = s -time.howeverhasit, ;: ; : ben below the tisA .rX0.
7j:: % .$nee, ,r.above the shoulder, "" -

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,:: *would:New, be:York'no let',. Feb.up in 12-That the enforcementof here 111 J 'I

the Pure, ,Food and, ,Drugs Act, WELCOME 3'I '' '
IS* t :iy the Deparmen t of Agriculture /JRIY icarHand I r
"" 'was the assertion made here tonight t -

:: >i>y' Dr.;Carl,:L. Alsberg, Chief of the: PALM Son
Bureau ("Chemistry; in an.'address. g "

:r ,,:; .at.the annual! meeting of the National )k'RBER SHOP Su SOlS to E. Hand 8S '
.Association. of Manufacturers. -oft ? 11I "
,,:... Medicinal- : Products. Modern, and Complete. i FULL INE OF cmf
: ," ,, "The.work'of the"Departing I PLETE OUSE FUR-
\j. ', ,i.o %I'think you;will admit, Iee- ,hasp Everything. new, individual I Nir lUNGS
"t xcessful I. in. improving:tb, very suc' electric attachments at every I I
'\ nj our fNWf& an' < quality, of chair. No stone has been left I COME IN A D SEE US,
', .' ..?' nting: the graves unturned to make this shop I II J.
": : 'adulteration," meet ,th 'erequirements of the I
:of.',.freed.. 'and Ii!!
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:'- ,''' hair much: :,remains' ,to be. done"' hs room. Courteous attendants. ,- ,

j rfc ddedvBat' .public,confideflce.has been ELIJAH WHITEHEAD,

;! _;- voh a nd: precedents live been .createF.No Proprietor. ,

,f ? : ,backward.step will be Orange Ave., .. Orlando, Fla. I -
wen. .' tak-I It
ii ."Conditions throughout:the t- I + k
a- S lie said,,"will :be) right only,,when each

and, every:state passes. and enforces' ,|| **+ Hardware: Agricultural Implements, Harness, Saddlery
: ,attiegnatefood laws; and when these
:laws" have: ,been_ 'unified and'harmonizM : JF ITS ANYTHING IN f' Paints, Oils, Building Material Etc.Orlando ,
with" those of; the, federal- depart I DRUGS PHONE
'ment. I ,
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Inrelation. 'to the Sherley. Act now I II I Florida
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'' beofre' Ales- : DeLANEYCOMPANY.: DRUG .
: ' pending 'CongressDr. ; .
1' -tars said it offered only,a partial : L
..' Mli.gives the Department of Agrieulture : -
-f :power to regulate the labels : .
of nostrums," said the doctor,. "but : / I
mot their advertising. As long as our THE 1m
t :press: 'continues 'to,print the:advertise- : Walking Building. ti REMEDYFor
-2 :"toents of nostrums," 'said, he,. "ways : I
all forms ofIIEUIITISI
and means will be found to hawk them I Phone 678. I IJ.B.MCKAV W. M. SLEMONS

about. the':country.: Several such in- i:' J :;

._;- 'geaiouj, schemes have already been ,- ...., ---- ......M.fe....A.QgHft.. n1. '_I "
put into 'practice. 1 IMKMsgTNIIas.CIIIntI eed ,
r- :"Gloomy' as the outlook seems, .... '
'there ,is'yet.a ray of hope. It is the ; "
-- ,attitude of a small but powerful,portion BUILDER. THE PAIN ) ,. Suing Coming I In

,of the press:itself which has vol-I All Work. Gives Quick Relief ,.
.intarily ,scoured its 'advertising col- Superintend Are i It stops the aches and pains,'te-' ', ' And we will offer to you a Choice Selection of High Class
That an
Prices, lines swollen Joints and muscles
,"4mns.tilrthey contain nly'clean' and Goods.
Inducement.All ,-acts almost like magic.Destroys
v :honest matter. Te: ,movement ,is Work Guaranteed. Bale thff excess and BUM aria in acid its and results.is Quiet No, IN DRY GOODS, ALL THE STAPLE AND USEFUL
,, -.j>>erid ng. Let .us'hope'.that its progress f ,other remedy like it. 8am04' t "GOODS. as weD as FANCY SILKS, and FINE DRESS '.,
,' ., will be so rapid that it will_make ---I---- - - - -,- free SOLD on request.BY DRUGGISTS t GOODS, HOSIERY IN SILK'LISLE AND COTTON, and, :

legislative control of advertising 't' i One Dollar per bottle,or sent pre ,,"' .. ---the.J Ian 1,Accessories that Women UseBargains .' . .. . !' ... '
necessary." i paid upon not I .

.PRANK HYBR i obtainable.....in_hoarflocalit7f tIC lB., L .. 5. Six Days in Every Week I . '
c--Scene of "THE GOOSE GIRL"Which i:+ Manufacturer of Artificial LIkt IUN! i .
'will be Attractive at.the. :I : Stone,-.Fancy ,Columns and -" ,! .-' ,\',-. ., ' "We carry an the time a large stock of SHOES of the : 1
_, 'Opera House on Feb. 21 Ornamental Work: : s; : best makes and newest styles. KING QUALITY. MEN'S ,.:
t: .was: painted by a well known New i 'Jefferson St. at, Railroad '. 'SHOES.* CRADDOCK TER Y'S\ WOMEN'S ,SHOES'I "
"r ,York firm of Dodge & Castle. This : AND CHILDREN'S'SHOES. NONE BETTER ,ARE '
the complete scenic : SOLD IN THIS MARKET. x
arm famishes I. -Ra!M M letB.aiNlleaakuliele'; ,
'(.pment.'fo 'such attractions as the : SCHLOSS BROS. FINE SUITS FOR MEN at 15.00 :-
r "" Widow" After having worked quietly on 8. e$ts.aeb.IdOIataad $20.00, $25.00 and $30.00 are unsurpassed for STYLE
"The Rose Mai, Merry proposition, for several ,months, it is "UwTrwbUfc =kht, .- ',"i
etc., and'when;Messrs,Parker &;Castle that the business men 'BusA pr.iayta? ,FIT:AND QUALITY. / '
i the producers of:"THE GOOSE now, given out LORD'BALTIMORE BOYS SUITS WILL BE SURE
Miami and Palm Beachhave'per.feeted ,
GIRL" 'local theatergoers: that TO PLEASE
assure plans for the building of, a .
their production will:not suffer in trolley line to connect the two cities. SKIN SORES .
( ,-comparison;with such,'Broadway successes ,
,'its'cost:is evident and its attractiveness Counter No. 1
Lunch '
Pope & ,Cox's i
;superior to the 'ordinary' Pine street for a good steak.or some.tbirig ; M w l brM r. W. M. Slemon
.' ,one night stand.production good to eat lit "DROPS19 a seswrd.-sALVE. ,

.. For NEW' IDEAS in_ YALEN-.- Flattery won't hurt you"if you don't I QUICKLY HEALED -f
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',{' . =. J f' (A for the benefit;,of all' ,
:,/:.. t The PenMeola .News io takes ,excep- r (a. lando. ,but especially
;tio s+to 1.the eriticieans'of. the. Demo* to attend the Orange : ; : q
ii: : craticmembeia:: ;of' the, Ways and is, our purpose to 'ifS' Ii
.;. |Means Committee which; have. been inspired schedules,.daily, of the '. : j
"'-: by,the'.effort! to\h'vf: ;a' prptecrtive parture/oftrains, .' r I
'\-: .tariff,put on ,citrus\::fruits and, place'of,public conv y ),
t :, 11 \;\incideaUlly;reads.strong lecture to to the Fairground.**; I
; (thoseipemocrats.who.are, thus,endeaCoring North Bound f.r I
;' 3. : .to have_the'party on record A. rn Atlantic Coast""Line :
T "'as Yiolating'the: Baltimore plactform S Atlantic: Coast ,Line. "
'for the'sake of sectional interests..The I Atlantic Coast Line. ,
.News calls attention.to the fact that ,Atlantic Coast Line:
r .'the Florida.gtma Exchange.directors 'Tampa to Sanford : ,
shave passed resolutions to work Seaboard Ai "
.,against'the re-election of.any member r. asonnd "
of Congress: who 'dOes not favor the Atlantic Coast Line '
'':kind of tariff they,want ;The,:News Atlantic. Coast Line, : ; 1
r. :says; "We believe 'thatevery"memberof Sanf ord to : .
Congress! form"'Florida will workforaDemocratic MISS RUTH GRAY Atlantic:Coast Line ;1
duty on Florida Who is appearing this sea.son'with Atlantic Soast Line .
fruits> ,but mON than::' this' the Exchange ,A.G. Delamater's Elaborate.Production Seaboard Air Line a Furnishings "J
:has:-no:.'right, to. expect from of the, new song play, "Freck From Wildwood ...
any'member of,Congress .from thisState. les," which, is a faithful dramatiz- S. A. L Orlando to
." novel of the Leaves daily ....... i
ation of the famous same
Arrives ... ........
Tribune bas Porter, authorof i
The founght the battles name b Gene Stratton
,of'tie.fruit 'growers.of this state in "A Giry of the umberlost" and stocks
.season out of ," with incidental New ?.room house j
.. and season and it .has "The Hamster special -
bntbe' . staunch advocate I'of,the ,Exchange .music, and song numbers by lights, bath and all 105'Y)
and,.its,'methods of ,handling Anatol Friedland, the celebrated Viennese iences. Lot 75x200.105''S;}: therefore
the fruit industry. In.'doing the lat composer, Terms to suitCHADWICK I
ter,'it .has incurred ,many bitter enmities I "Freckles" will be presented.at'the you want.
but. .it has been encouraged:, Lucerne, Theater.on Wednesday'night
by ,the refection\-tbat it, was doing February 18th,with exactly the same Mothers Can' 1 the best, on
alf in its power for the best interests company that.wUl appear in New Dr. King's New '
of the''state-to improve. the..standi .York. it to the little ones reasonable
.ard of, the Florida product to obtain ; .. .suffering with colds, 1 as
or'lung, troubles,
for.it.better handling and.marketing, Doyqn. want to read a live, wide- :less, once used, : .
to' systematize the industry so that awake newspaper, delivered at your
I Bruce,Crawford,
it might bring,the best'resUIts to the home or place of business every morning "Dr. King's NeF Nia.
growers;and to .the reputation of the before breakfast? If so let us our boy iron: a pale money by
.state.; But'Jt.io much. to expect send you'the-Sentinel..contains. all to the picture of
,a:Democratic. 'paper.'to.go to'the' extreme the news of Orlando, Orange county helps. Buy jt at J,- That it is
of condemning politically any and the world. It only costs ten centsa t" !" 'I 11t.
.4 Democratic member, :of Congress woh ,week. Subscribe now. SEE goods at a
'declines' to violate the principles oftheparty 'i

': ,. .as, enunciated '.time.and I 1.Mr. and. Mrs. B.AI., Wooly and children often. Our
time .again, the policy) to which the ,SOIL PIPE
,of Owoco, Mich., who have been
party oweS' its very existenee'for,' the I spending.'the past six weeks'in Orlando - : heart '
sake:of sectional interest The happy
,. any ) I .::l yoiterday'for their northernu Absolutely ,
Tribe .believes,, .with the Pensacola by all good I:
News that,the.citrus: industry',should i you back
.:. have the protection of a'tariff,for revenue -A .............., ;
When Burton Hmes. recently
but jt cannot gave "
join.the his celebrated tr elogue on "Pana
of,the' Exchange in declaring'tat':it, ma" at. Orchestra?Hall, Chicago, he I !
will'\oppose ,forever. hereafter any was seriously interupted by continual Star f
Congressman who does .not vote for, coughing of the audience.,, No one annoys k ;I ;*1
willingly and if people with -
a prohibitive tariff..-Tampa Tribune., coughs, .colds, hoarseness and tick- Au.e
:\ ling in throat would use Foley's
Honey & Tar Componud, they could Tell Street I
LOST A dark your !
4 cravanette,overcoat. quickly cure their coughs and colds .
4. .on road betweenjMaitiand\' : Or-:'. and avoid, this\,annoyance.' Orlando He will get

lando. Fifider, wiU' return 'to. John,i I Pharmac'--: line of FLORIDA ; ,1
>/ # T King, Marti" ,';and t receive,'re'i :Do.you'want: to sell? The -quickJest Phone
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,- ::': big'.'fight' on division. 'It-' does:seem Henry',K.Bates' who .subscribe''himself Search You Will I
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:B JB8CMPT10N,.U1'l8t like .Florida counties can't stand."for secertary of the county vision

\\<. ,. t two: cities;,in the'; same county-< committee, in,which he calls our/attention .
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;wr'fArrter.per f ; week.;...... .... ..... ':.1'"i this :is what.has brought on the:fight to, a printed statement'whichhe t 1,1
:f - r i over there.. ,Sanford has, marshaled encloses for, our perusal, .
:TI I\WHBKLY;"SffiTTINBL. .. ita forces, and the :struggle is. on foranew From a careful .study of that tale 'You Cant Find

j W ai ,..,., ifTK i.a iI. KwtaP s .....:., .8 .county,,to .be.known as ,Sanford we are thoroughly convinced that the More forElsewhere I
': :, 1.: '* >mfD9UiOriuiA' ): Florid; county. Orlando is the county seat, author of that statement might have:
',- Office'::197",Orort !teed f Aretukrb :!mss and, opposing itBoth, : sides have mad''his :fortune as a writer of ,fiction '

T'i.d 'J; < il. capable leaders and means; moneyand had he turned his attention to our Money .

selfish politicians are hard to C1'11Sh'm it The liberal investment in printer's ,
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y '_ _ _. '_-,' _ ty for l.'ye&rs.has been going but does not augur well .. 1
; 'TOURSDAY. ,;.FEBRUARY..13,' ,1913 ahead at a marvelous gate, and no for the boasted economy of the would : NOR CAN YOU FIND BETTER .
'. county. .in,the Staete, outside of Florida be statesmen' Sanford. .' JEWELRY J
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,ti.t; ' {One ph+ e::"of,; ''perpetual: : motion is ..is.more favorably looked upon; Sanford in this diversion which they I ':" THAN ,OURS. FOR SEVERAL" YEARS f'
'. :.IthiE-. ;PricesYare' going up. this is proven by the heavy immigration are pleased to denominate county di. 1, ' i i 7

>: :.. 'there,,and the rapid advance in vision, are very much like the, boy .,- ,'. HAS BEEN SO, IT IS SO TODAY, AND 7 1'
real estate values in section of whose kind father left <, WILL 0<
: him
/, OraBge\co ir is'tbe; ,,garden"spot. every a sung -
; : Lei FtoridiL, ,Her\ record shows it it.- fortune, but the boy spent the moneyin ', BE SO TOMORROW NEXT YEAR, AND IN '
. Cut it in two and what will ,two time in riotous ..
.r -i. p .,; : you years living.. .
t 3' Ifobody- giving up' as H'much)i for have left? Two poor -counties instead When some.:.of his friends twitted him : : ,THE YEARS TO COME.T.H.Evans .

Jl Leat.aa, ilf t. He is giving up the of one rich one; it ,will also 'about wasting his money he retorted .. ;.

\; a :...INe: de er., check investments and immigration, that .he had not wasted it; that.he: ; t'J

0.' because they will not seek a small had lived fifteen years in. that two

.....{d' ; l'h market d county that has more. than years and had ,doubled his money in : .
is'nowflooded; ;; with a I Sure'x
reached the limit of endurance, and fun. Not Hate I Ihe Best
'mew, line. off' ,fiction. -the seed* catnlv : Wnr and Be
;tt... >4',$gtmsrR ; -.t makes it oppressive to advance public '

0 Improvements.. I It is morally (certain that Uncle

'f r: ; The; :Toleto""Biade explains athatTTumulty We hope Orange county will' remain Sam will have to step across into
Y as it is it has already been trimmed Mexico and spank the and set '
l-: 'iVihe ; greecers
name of:a man,.not a
., '' =ate. .. of, nand. enough, so let it rest awhile; Lake them right Mexico has demonstrated If It's in tne JewBlrf.qne We It .
',,,n' .. '0 sliced it on the west when that county that she is not capable,. of self aYe

was created and Osceola on the south government and unless foreign
r<, ; Make,garden While the sun shines, property -
but this did not hurt it much behead be the
mhd'eiijoy? ,the:frnib[' thereof;at:your ; now can protected by government
y6rs "tJewure.:' it and it' will seriously cripple I in power it will be necessary .

., .',.. "The cabinetmakers will soon learn both. for the United States to take charge,

).t' :*wbetber Pity we can't pattern after the old of affairs. If the Monroe Doctrineis the Jeweler
or. not. ,Mr.. ,Wilson, has ignor-, ''
k''. -fed'.:,tIIeir-. suggestions.. original counties west ofthe_ Suwannee to be preserved it.will be necessaryfor ,

": 0 I river., They let good enough this country to see that all foreign -

*XJoed' alone and remain intact as there is property is protected; otherwise OPPOSITE
mormng.St.: Valentine?:Have POST OFFICETHE
1 ..1. F Yon encountered.. . the:open. 'armed lover I nothing to justify a division there yet, foreign countries will take advant-
f'_d :and those counties were in existence age of our neglect Germany is
; ree prOeatealovingexpreasions: ?
;,'l* ". { : when ,this portion of Florida was an I keeping in close touch with tHe sit-
". t 11 '.: ", tT Indian territory.-Sumter County Ad uation in Mexico, having large investments ,
tr;;. ; . charitable; man FLORIDA REAL ESTATE
there and if these
: i \ ;a tit .tha :thedaigners of comic vance. are h

:.11.. 'taleftlnes may be.very decent fellows o io be jeopardized a German fleet maybe AGENTS
J.,. o THE POWER,OF KIND WORDS. expected in Mexican waters at any ; When Elijah was hungry God sent
if '
hour. During the past five years thous-
1)) Tiany:'of UB.deeply.' rnt.'th :theJneoBte'taxlaw <
: to feed him.
lands have ravens
k- The Sentinel appreciates_the many o ands of acres Flarida
i : : will.not affect us, and
kindly expressions'that have ,come If a man may rob the cotton growers been sold by colonization companies,
r n i-Yetnsitay_ ,person., are kicking about it There are no in Florida
- settlers have been ravens to
? _' from the. business men. of Orlando and of this country of millions by and many
: : -
: t
w 3# :'Iten't. ,.fare00- : -' county'.is hopes to merit these at least in some manipulating the markets, and,'then brought into the state through that feed you: !

degree.. But especially do value when arrested and tried out of agency. The net result has been ben-
I .. { get
." s4 :. garden'.... .. .of.. ,,Florida. .and OrDtridoie ,-
'': f very.. -ech> .In- ,Orange. the kind mention made of The Daily it; by paying a measley fine of $4,000 eficial to the state and to the publicat The only bird that. will feed is

fefr Sentinel by our competitors. A good then there is not much hope of. putting large, although great wrong has"been you

i 'c '0 costs the giver but to to this of deal- done in individual cases. In the- '
{ tt J;,' 1jMeet me at the Seaboard depot this word nothing, a quietus manner
J &e recipient it is many times a sweet ing. And this .is exactly what happened some instances, lands wholly unsuitedto
"*eii:: ngat. 930., Have, your. ,good I I
'1S.F leu morsel that cheers the hungry. soul to.Fatten who fleeced the planters agriculture, and inaccessible, have, Eagle on the
: .*, a on and..go,with us to Oviedo.. .
1- -a't -', : : .0 along, the way. out of millions. It.is this sort been exploited by non-resident agents f
) . o of treatment: of rich criminals that 1{I who were unfamiliar with Florida National
|) Iff_ miss the.barbecue at Oviedo Dollar
) There are splendid opportunities in make rich criminals., Give them a*, lands and.Florida' conditions, and who
K r V'lbday;you,have simply failed to take .
at"stake the dollars , .
Orlando for investment The the the had nothing except
Iifee ' man prisonsentence same as poor" .
.when .offered.trouble'in
c e a good thing js "' "" ;
'. H ; -' 1 who realizes this and plants his mon- scamp' who steals a loaf of bread, to i I they could extract from a too He' must'not f '- >. ;i. ,

:; :i. ey' in city dirt, will not be tieing it feed a hungry family and conditionswill credulous class of people willing to invest .
II : Ihee: Salvador at least ;
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tf k'ited'' the' ,attention- of up in a napkin and burying it, butwill"be improve in, this country. their money on the strength of to be' continued tomorrow. :
h' :
planting it in good soil where o I statements contained in seductive.and :
:,11' fact:that there is.a country of ) : ;
it will bring 'him rich ,returns., A deceptive literature with which they ,
'. K r I Aat.name., 'iNewTeomerajn'looking '. . "We aeloin favor. of conservative, I .
',. J.f ., . .0 . young. bot in this city,;:clerking in a conomical' conduct in the new coun- flooded the northern states. This; has ., ., .-
store at 24 per'month ,has the wisdom I brought some projects into disrepute
U ,"* for | ty. If you can this any more
) '; .a place
into the lime light of
this and is 'i his and some men
Yi ,:%:settle;...dea't fail to.come'to Orange. to see investing satisfactorily than old Orange offici- On the
ereB '- > " surplus money in lots and paying for als have done' it, you are entitled to I government investigation.
H : cau'show what Is 'T [ PEOPLES.NATIONALCG
; being
: [
ue:Y : you other hand, men who have been identified l N
rione. :hem;. .in the installment plan. This I a leather'medal What county, in the .
::1' ; } I with the interests of th state
..(".tl" ... -. .o'. af :is the way most of our great financiers state can make a better showing than
> r J't 'f.; :1< began busines. There haveofficials for years and who have helped j
are many ) Wherein been
i'H h :' :When'you get through Dreading,the range. Florida the great state that it is,1
boys in Orlando who uiight'eU emulate wasteful ? What about T8t
or overpaid
if}; i YlentiaelimalI. it, to '.iome\friendl r r !have selected with great care and liberal ksIcss 'elldes.
the example of the boy refel'edto" the nice surplus now in the treasury?
: fgiflintance. at a.distance. Very of.ryia.briags tracts fertile lands
f > of '
[ large
: judgment
;, : ,settler.f Let any man investigate the cost of We.-e wad to serve yw! )
!t a ,new ; Orlando's present court house and : and cut' them'up into small farms and t I
r .0 r them the market at reasonable ,
ri1 placed on
'::4 Turkey_ ,lost over.100,000the 60- i J. J., ankerion, of New York, says compare it with the cost of other -
J; prices. ,
;; be' is willing to give women the, rightof courthouses of like quality and then .
f ,; Balkan war:which ended_ the lat- citizen of county whois
fi':: ]1 J tel,part ,of November, This was. ,go. 'suffrage ,upon ,one ,condition. 'to tell us if officials have been wasteful. Every interested in the Orange good name and ... ...........,...... .. .

wit: ,That they will turn to the 0
'% i jfeg some .for a'Thanksgiving. out
,, welfare of the, county of his home a
< r ; 0 right when.they, meet people; on the We are not in favor of, establishing : that

f if' f- .Earnest. .conscientious men will assemble street. 0,, the brute! a criminal court in the new county should make it a business to.see
: strangers are not imposed upon.
:.; 1; : atXOveidb' today.;and, discuss ,. thus saving a great expense to Some of these greedy, unscrupulous V BUY AN ORANGE GROVE I IT

':-41 a'subject. of vital' )importance to every. To ,the business men of Orlando, taxV payers." How ,are you going tosave I real estate agents can do more harm . ,

-h :tax! 'payer.in' Orange county Ares The Sentin l,'Wishes'to. ..tender. its'\sincere .- the expense? The records show 'in one t season than can be undone in

: t! 1: JTU 'going:to7 show :your' interest by thanks for the liberal advertising hat the bulk of the criminals come ten years.. See to it that they.are put HE UNDERSIGNED HAS '

,'1 sttendingthit..... : meeting. ?- V: given it It will help you, help us and I from Sanford, and there is no court out of'business."'
:'t'.i'' 1' r 1 help the'.townTas: outsiders judge a in which a criminal'can be tried:I Several Prolific
cheaper than: a criminal court. ,
ii. 'Any one having friends or relatives l .
j : '- appearf o VERY .DESIRABLE, LOTS
S.:1 <.- .iatiaghem,'or tf. :.any of our home, ,
) :Jefts leave for:a visit elsewhere, The o :'" "We are not, .in favor ,of ,creatingany .. Which he has had the care of ana .

.f." Ii : ..gciitiiwl 'would, greatly :appreciate it I The officials.'of the Fair are very GREAT bonded indebtedness for I have some very desirable \ ,

::" I IUf ywoaldaead the items in. PlesseJ anxious-that every officer: and committeeman .. the purpose of building a n.ew'.CourtHouse Building Lots overlooking Beau- would like to sell for their oav ers.-

:. -t.e't'forPtWL'. ,.. who is connected with thework or jail" Note ,the word greats tiful Lake Eola, which I am now
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't-f,-a'. o-- 0-, "of I the Fair be' present at the "used. A while ago no Court House offering for sale, These lots SEE: ME lURE BOTMW

'. ,' ."in, the c' architect, ofklais rEveryrnan grounds ,Monday"and Tuesday to assist or:jail was to be erected.. .Tax ;:payers have'doubled in value'in.the last

it yawn I fortune, If he .drew the lines t. in.the'arranging'of the..exhibitsso will find a good many .unlocked two years., Without t.'doubt. E. A.

clear: and :fact,,i make ,the eleva- that at the .opening ,of.the Fair for! strings attached to ,Sanford's building lots conveniently locat- ARNOLD,

:' ;tieiis;'chAracteristic of tbe'best that is may-not be ,delayed. This is impor. proposition.., ed are becoming scarce. If you

ski; man,-:and. 'lay';foundations inV tant and should ,have attention;, o are interested call and. see. me at Orlando. Fla.

k't ale, >rockbed. . ,'of'aantbV.hews.il' ,! ave o 'Pope A Cox's Lunch Counter No. 1 the Willola.

; fJ 'JI. e..to:the'world an attractive y. .Subscribe>> the, .Sentinel, 'Now is Pine street fora good. steak..or. some- Terms. I= "' ....I .... ". ... . ..

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{",.... ;s'bsf ProfCUSETS ., LADIES INITIAL HANDKERCHIEFS Extra Values ,' and Jaquard Fancies, all at 10 Silk Bose for Men, \ '.

'K ,', '" ;= SUMMER DRESS GOODS,. 10 ? per cent off the regular price, :',
j ', ; r: PER CENT OFF FRIDAY (and the regular price is low). WOI1'ld Children t
lOc initials for . . ... . . . .7c f
AND SATURDAY .We have a full line of ECUP- 1
initials for . .. . . . .10c
::..1.00,; flakier; .. ,.'t.-- .-.. .$0.90., :_' ,: S ESHIRTS, in all the latest fab A Good Line of CWMren's -

'}, 25c initials for . .'.,. . . ..18c25c Induding White Lawns. Col I
J .fUO-- grade, for .. /. ., .-.$1..35. < handkerchiefs "r ored Lawns, Flaxons, (white aDd.rics,'that we know are' right, and Dresses for. ,j-' _
embroidered s will be pleased to show them
t: colored) Chiffon. Tissues, Empress kiF
"$2.00' grade fer.-. ,. ... .$1.60 for . .. . . . . . .. . .20c I Chiffons, Colored Swiss, you. School Wear

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Mr., and_ Mrs. Ralph Rhoades, who Mrs. ,H. L Beman is entertainingMrs. Mr. Francis P. Larsen who is located Tampa's second ten-story buildingis The Tampa Tribune says: "Celeryj'

have,been conducting the Grand hotel Thomas Hopper of New York in Jacksonville, was united in nearing completion. This is the growers in Florida are said to be just

is WADE: c" v:, above the Grand theater, have concluded city. She will be remembered as the marriage with Miss Fannie McIntyre big structure being erected on Jack- now on the shadiest of "Easy Street\ .j''I

,THE TUNER to retire .from the business daughter-in-law ,of Mr. Isaac Hopperfor of that city, Wednesday evening. The son, between Franklin and Tampa owing to handsome returns from their! .' I

; ri ORLANDO, ,.. ;rLA.. < since the fire that visited them a few many years identified with the groom is a son of our townsman, Mr. streets, by H. Mugge. This new buid- crops. i .
: ( t .. : nights ago, and their furniture has active business interests of Orlando.,, 0. N. Larsen, and with his bride arrived ing is seven feet higher than the new ___ ,1,

"' been put in a'vacant,building on Pine in this city for a few days visit Citizens' Bank and Trust Company Pass-a-Grille is to have a big carnival .; t-

street;'and will be offered for sale.. If good roads were built throughout with the parents who reside at 406 building. It is being erected at a which will include a number of,' '

Mrand! >Mr*..Charles.Snow of Boston Florida, by the system of bonding, east Church street Francis grew up cost of approximately $70,000 and will speed boat races and other attrac;

4' rived in Orlando' Wednesdaymight The Spring Lake Dairy, owned by the increase in the number of auto in Orlando and has 'a host pf friends be used, for storage "purposes. Mr. tions. This big affair will open on'

and. have, rooms with Mr. andMrs. Mr. J. B. Magruder, is producing mobiles that would make their appearance here who will unite with the Senti Mugge will occupy the ground floor the 21st of this month. A great many

s ,C. It,Walton..L iJ On daily one hundred,and ,twenty quartsof in the state would swell the nel in extending congratulations.After for his business.A fine boats will enter the races and; ;

t P-1r e.1'\-f, L;! milk, that is spoken of in termsof receipts from the auto tax to such a few days honeymoon at the a number of .handsome prizes will
.y'., Many acres of melons have already approval by the milk inspector. an ,extent that this alone would pay old homestead, the happy couple will large number of Ocala's most be offered. |

:,90'teen) planted and in several,fields thefir' Conducting a dairy.in a warm climate the interest on the bonds. return to Jacksonville; ''where Mr.Larsen prominent citizens met at the boardof ._ i!

plants are- large enough so that, the requires 'care and close attention.and is employed in the official, trade rooms a few nights ago and One-fourth off on all goods. 'Sale i

\. ,1'OWS can be seen across the field. \ this is what the Spring ,Lake }.s,get- The rains of yesterday were worth force of the Merchants and Miners perfected. organization of the BusinessMen's lasts until, the first of March. ,
,- ting. ; thousands of dollars to the gardnersof Steamship Company. Credit. Association. George S. E. LESHER.. w
."t Orange county. If cool weather MacKay was elected president of the 2.12-tf
,lots (' -
If youWantd
do'notfail to take da- Lambert & Magruder is the styleof does not follow later in the season The building wLich has been the association. This organization was f
vantage near of the :auction sale' at Pine a new real estate firm in Orlando. there will be an immense crop of home of Mr. and Mrs. James Giles formed under the auspices of theMerchants' i Do you want to sell? The quick'

t.'' :Saturday, morning. The individual members are; Messrs. early melons, the acreage planted at for a number of years on that beau. Mercantile Agency of est way-advertise. !
"L 1:' Castle on./ R. L Lambert'and Robert Magruder. this time being unusually large. The tiful site on the south shore of Lake Pittsburg, and these credit associa- ,tW ;

. %:S _Sightler' Bros., .who' bought ,the Their office is in room 82 in the north rain will be very helpful to the straw. Lucerne, is on the move, and will in tions, the are now being. organized allover
the .Arcade. These gentle berry also. a few days find its resting place, country. .
' >' Model Grocery on Church street are in wing of : growers on I' ,A. Slaughter. G.G.Wright.
<''fif: lineTrithprogressives'and are doing men ,are hustlers and we wish them the opposite side of the street, whereit The Chipley- Verdict says "The A. D. Wright
s,: tfA alone shows success.A. Building lots, right in the hurt of will be remodeled into a modern
:advertising This,fact prettiest field of oats we, have seen THESLAUTER
: { Pine.Castle at wour own price at the house and will within the next six- I
that they are. business men. this season is at J. A. Jeffries' place, MFG. CO.
,rtJ gentleman,by the name of Wis auction sale Saturday morning. Free months be occupied by a new building six miles out on the ChipleyVernonhard .
;J' ner, hailing 'from Georgia, and who Transporation to the sale. that will be among the best in is Special Manifold Soil Pipe
Sentinel It willPtreach road. There a beautiful stand
Read the Sunday
?fctf x. small in his the city, and will be the home of Mr. fittings. ,
is oerating a cannery
and will interest you. and the patch appears, as if covered ,
1 .you'early. is a small cannery in his Mr. A. R. Bogue of this city left and Mrs. Giles.Bargains Foundry and Shipping Point:
]:Come in ,and. leave,'your'order' fort | operating with a rich green velvet carpet Jim _
for Jacksonvilleand Orlando Fla.
yesterday morning ,
:f trying to interest vegetable growersin !
need. is good farmer and most
a alwayshas
< whit'extr .:copies 'you may from thence he will to Del- at Yowell's ..andChattanooga
y ; these small canneries to take care go on .next Fri something sightly ready for the ii 'I
;; rJ .4) : of the'surplus crop. This, is a sub ray on the East Coast, where he will day. See the big ad in this morn traveler along that route to look ,at Term.YOWELLS . \i iu
.b l'. 0. Mr. and Mrs. Julius,F;. SchIchti of ject that the farmers will do well to have charge of the packing house of ing's paper. and admire." ,, I II
>- iBrooklyn, N;Z., are among the guests consider. Chase & Co. Mrs. Bogue will follow -il
':" ?itthe, Arcade. ,Thjsi their first next' week, and during their ab- '. 11J

,;. .... ;visit:to'Orlando and: they'are,delighted Mr. H, M. Helwig who has' been low next week, and during their ab- r

,. ..with_ r(;this ,section.'t ,1" I looking over the low lands west of Mr. and Mrs. Child, of the Sentinel
lL Taft 'with a view starting a.farm I office.. ,, 2
%;?Joaeph. Gofechalkj a thrifty I "
where Bermuda onions will be grown
German from,Pennsylvania\ ,"is in,this exclusively, states that nearly a per- Reid the advertisements in the Sen-I

,city and is looting for ,farmlands fect soil exists there for the production tinel. If you can not find among the

where hef IDlY_do general'fanning as i of a fine quality'of mild onions.He business houses mentioned in these

the ,Dutch only can do ,it, Orange. _states that drainage is all that is columns ,an answer to all'your wants, ..
4 county:Jiai the dirt., needed to condition the land. the answer can not be found in ,.Or -

lando. These are the people who are
A Contractor 0. N..Laraea,.wffl 'in a helping to make Orlando an inviting
Our stock of groceries was neverso
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few.days begk.tike eoMbiction of a large and'varied as at present If home city. They are your friends and BIG FRIDAY SPECIALS
feat a 1m Civet.... and
fine. new you have notbeen, in our store it is will appreciate wour patronage fi
ill bib J
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;fer s Mr. worth your while to come and look treat you right
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: around, even, if you do not buy, but
Go to Pope & Cox's Lunch CounterNo.
we are sure you will see somethingthat
Wanted:' 'Two' unincumbered .ladies will tempt you'to buy.DICKSON .. 1 E.,Pine St. for something goodto i

to:do house to house canvassing.' Regular & IVES. eat. 12t I -
;work:and goOd'pay. Call'on: or: \ '

,address, Mr. Kearns, 207 W. Pine St.Grained Florida'never does anything by The merchant who decorates his : These are exception l values and can be had :
Fla., 2t store front and makes a Diet'window
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halves. It rained in good earnest last '.
display: is the man who knows how : ONE DAY ONLY't this
night, but Dr..:Thacker and the Fishers .
to attract atention from the public.
JHrrsh'has,opened a new store on
.had a good,earnest,meeting at the
Fair week if business
V Churjkh street His store 'fa'well Presbyterian church :in spite of, ,the During every .
filled with new'goods and,he is"looking house in the city would take the cue
weather. Dr.; Thacker gave a most McCullochthe FRIDAY FEB. FOURTEENTH .
Branch and Mr.
from Mr.
p ''i trade and
jo; after the mates prices' wholesome exposition of scripture ,-S
business section of Orlando t
w the Givethe
and quality the. responsibility of individuals for
new firm,a,trial the unsaved,:and urged upon church would wear a pleasing front

members the realization of opportu
i Mr., and Mrs. Charles Dowens, of
s The gardeners around.Taft.are preparing nity. Mr. and Mrs. Fisher sang together -
to make an exhibit at the.Or- last., night' and 'one'could get Bristol, Conn, were guests of Mr. and Natural Color Brown Linen
y Mrs. E. F. Sperry this week, on their or SpecialA
i tinge County Fair and they'certain the impression of what a power these
after down
homeward journey a trip
"have the green goods" to;do it with. gospel singers will be in this .com
: the East Coast, thence via the Ex- full 36'inch. wide linen that sells the world at
;Taft is distinctly:a garden .countrry. munity. Morning services at' 10 0' over O
tension ,railroad to Key'West. They
;p., Sphaler has tea acres (_potatoes clock: Dr. Fisher is anxious to get
;. : up. all singers in the chorus choir. intend making .the river'trip to Jack. 25c and. 35c per 'yard, one day only and ten yards to .1,
' sonville, when they 'take one of the
------ .i for the BIG FRIDAY SALE
new large steamers for New York. a .
Sabecn'befor, ,The Sentinel Subscribe for The Sentinel
_. .
Mr. W. L VanDuzor, who has been
:, .
L under treatment for several monthsat .
.. .
,J i ...,.- : ,, ' 'the Florida Sanitarium, is,not recovering
as rapidly: had been hopedand {
Silk For
Hosiery Special Big Friday
it is possible'" that he may have

I Neckwear stonss.to submit It to is an.an operation unusual thing for gall for They come of the $J.50 quality in white, black and ADO

; Mr. Van'to be housed and no.doubt,
: ;- very trying to him.. up "< ". colors "Remember for one day only ..: jQ

t. .. ; 5 0c Ones for 44e f
> Big Friday
.i: : .
WE- HAVE"JUST. RECEIVED OUR'SPRING. LINE. OF There is no be investment. now ,
r :
than lots in Orange_ county towns: Y

Take advantage of the auction sale atPine v-
i\ ' Castle Saturday morning to buy 1- .

,COME IN AND JUST, LOOKTHEMOVELYOUMAY' WHAT YOu.:. < WANTk:: SEE a jot in one of,-the very- best 'townsin ;English ,Lon :::Cloth and Cambric lorBigF'rifey: .

: h' .the'county. Full 36 inches Wi,4e.a, nice firm weave, ,soft finish. and thequaI

: ,goods'The.onthe-rnarkete Richelieu goods and'are we the. haves,finest 'f "** 5ek..atal5c yard* -for" this* one day,

RnGGS ; ft !
& full Assortment in 'jams,. .jellies, and : 1.00

pickles, sauces, ,preseriee,:'fruit aad , : 4aras. to customer' t we: say .. ,

;'"t -,. :. <"" ):> vegetables.Come'inand take a look .) ; ';: ....... ' -
'f.: -
'\ '' ' I at'.them. 'DICKSON!4 IVES.>'
\- "' ? .. 'SOLE. AGENTS.FOR '

% ..... . : : " -' .- . -, ,__:On account of the increased amount t _

4 IIART. "" ......... i;;,MARgCLOTHING,, AND' : '' -- 'of',freight handled' :: between .Chubb V 1 ;"t F ilsi rjJI..rIl: t l. IeI Y 1,

r, .. 'j':&A il rt '!"DUKLAPHATS' :, and: Bartow ,a [regular freight. ':train. . 'J. .. :. H ., ."10.l

'j' ; !<: :: ;i *i *> ; ; .? :5? :has.. been r.,i put on.. 'J'I . L ,"> u g.. :.

)r v ;: : r I : 'Subecn'be:for..thE, tineL- l fJ/ : ',::: > : : : : _
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5fit I;>li'I l:+ faltering foototeH :.
. tX : .<,.. ,,..ift ..ie'z ag.Mr?: i.,'DrenS" bold':;their.-..;.;tnitiBg;; baB&aay: .'. ,';UiMaeter. J. N. BBAD8HAW I
; "
;' '" ::aq concert' 'in the'aadkorian ..'give Hii"w B'd M.". ULIHEEY
h ; ....
., : -- ; - . Lord & Bradshaw
;(.....l'tr.td .: L;"eehool; house' for.th ef. : > i i
: .
.... ,theT school .
) -' 'i -of PDO.fund. %

',.'"., ,_.. ':,lfco' i e eoaposing the, talented' :part: T88ESJfkULTO} &B1JIN S | We wish to announce to our friends, and the public generally, I .
;j;, "'i \ *{i i&7feiHiwre Mrs. Boone _Rogers,
> FARRO W I that have formed -
,'' DR. i we a partnership under the It
: .. .t .. .
Miss Allen d
> )Iiti'Ehul Wright an ,
_.?.'..I. ;;\ | ;' ;;
] :' :-Mr.VlAwton.; / .The: .vocal ,selectionjwere'most } -- Is the Talk of the Town 1 above firm name, for a general I

, : .enjoyable, and:,the instra. i '
--J->.;.- ; .. ';..;.:eatal3; '.numbers: excellently, given.' REBLE[ l[ RE5A [S i' Real Estate and Insuranc Ij
? 1
.: 'l'f;We fie,we 1 my;have:the;pleasar

;:';h'j" r ToieM=Mr. and and,Mrs the .good J,..A playing..-Wilkes and MrIL'B. OF THEIR HATS. THEY WILL SATISFY" IIi S. Orange Avenue, (formerly occupied by Hamilton & Juno i ..

:k n :,'Parker went;by auto to'Ocoei"Mr. SPECIALIST WITH UNUSUAL YOU IN QUALITY, STYLE AND j Millinery), where we will be pleased ta meet all our old f lends I _
-i}2' gib .guar;. 4 : ABILITY PRICE a :
(1 :;JOB.Johns has returned from a If and to make new ones. I
At the I.
Tinttwith his'c daughter, ;Mrs.. Jess $ a.
-I l < ORANGE AVENUE ORLANDO, FLA.TheBestisjtheCheapest.
.lf... ... r Tyner, at.$Eseiinraee. | Our list of city and acreage property is surpassed by! non, |

h ",Miss ,Helen Strong,,:of Painesville, ;
| and we have some exceptional bargains. COME |
" '.Ohio,':has; ;joined, her,friend, Mrs : AND SE
Lord &
a f at:the.Sheldon:cott; ge., | f

,rMa'I4a'Ritter; of.Swansea, S....C.Is ., FLA : :
1 thegoat, of'-Mrs/.E.. ,.:.Sphaler. 117 S. ORANGE, AVE. ORLANDO,;FIA. "

p i Mrs. C.,CL.Halljis. -::joying a.visitfrom i Clnl----.1illRnt1l f ___
; her son and. his'wife,' Mr.' and Monday, Feb. 24th, illY--lri
,. .Mrs Sam: Bullock; of .Springfield;
',Mrs..'Charles Livengood, Mrs..Anna i
Koflk,..Mr. .and Mrs.:William 'Liven Paints and Wall PaperTHE
Dr. Farrow was well pleased
'geed, family. party, have returned
with his reception here last If want \
r ;frwn a trip, to.Tampa and' .St'Peters4 you
" month, but owing to the fact '
that who desired to
,.Registered..at the ;:Lake V"18w.1M. some see GRAND AND I WILL BE PLEASED i
him unable to call the \
were on BRIGHTER
;, ;y ..S. S. Folsom; of As1 tab 1a, Ohio FRUIT!
date he was here, he has decidedto -
: ?! ;Mrs. a K.J>Dickinson and Jacob Fritz: Free from the dust mite and for which \
: extend his free treatment of! DO IS TO TELEPHONE AND I WILL
;:J''efEriePa.: a:.H. Black and W. L
< ferso for, this visit he will you command the fancy prices, use \
'ProUer.of'. Belfast,TeniL.,,and 'Bayrd BRING THE SAMPLE TO YOUR HOME. -
Trl' . S. Grare*; of Taft again treat the first 25 who call ... .._ .. 1.''' I, "SULPHO.CITROL. '
; absoltely.free' excet..for'
:,:> :J B.Barnes,.who-pule wed .a lot *
a s at'tiie., 'Wilkes .auction",sale recently, regular fee will be.charged. GEO. A. BARKER PHONE 268 V fl
.! haw moved.his family from Orlando Dr. Farrow, :the famous'Jack- # fi f.f. ; '

': c,; :_d. is renting from? J. G.-Tyner until sonville Specialist, .is doing a If want |

'J, J!. ...:owniboueeie'builtRev : : r' grand work: and filling a long I you ,

y.'., >.Bell, Baptist -,clergyman'of needed, want in this section' of .. R ,

l'Orlaado,,held services Sunday momifag the country.He . To destroy the "THRIPP," use-
:',t :and'eveoing and will preach this is succeeding because he is .
i the Union' and to treat 7.4.z1 "BLACK LEAF TOBACCO EXTRACT." \
is eking, Sunday, in : ChapeL up-to-date prepared :
j Mr.; Bell was entertained by Mr.:and successfully all,chronic diseasesof Our ne w1913 Almanac containing full .

JIi&' 'J1:0..Tyner. Men Women and Children. Every one in Orange County that, Contemplates Build information sent you for three cents \

." ;'J, ,M',_" AISullivan_ _. . ,.who, has been If you will call at his office at big to call and Inspect the Work Made by the
ffl, U noW:Aowing improvement. the hotel he will demonstrateto ACME BRICK: AND STONE "WORKS, hostage.E i

'" :Saturday; February'15th, there:will you,his ability by telling you Between Maitland and Altamonte Springs. Compare .
.7 be 'auction'sale:of lots, in,dif !'
:: { a large frankly your exact condition
Quality and Prices with any on the Market.
: iereat parts of_Pine Castle.- One free without asking to explain
x you Building Blocks,Sidewalks, Fence Posts, O.'Painter'Fertilizer
; 'i ,let'is.oiered.. ,. i The,.sale wall. be con-, your case:at all, should you,wish and Pressed: Cement Brick in either .
3} kited by"Mr. Guy Haines and:willitgin him to do so. He considers that Plain or Rock Face Design

at:10:a..J 1.: 'The;:ladies of the an expert pysician should be able t,f

w r 'Bf&t: Aid'Society. .,wfll.wrve lunch. t;p'-find:out himself the patients No orders too large none too small, the big. ones we ship JACKSONVILLE FLA. i
,: :.k&d ;refreetunents during' the day. exact condition; and claims thatis the small ones we haul. .

'* Their. -:stand' will,be' on the .grounds. the:best proof,of a physician's Call on or Write

,.aw. J. A !Wfitoi-' .store, ;; ability to successfully treat CHAS.. A. DALLAS MAITLAND, FLORIDA .!; .
f.B eyA,:Fuller, the blind author, chronic and special diseases. IttlilMtttlttlltlMltlKtttttttlllttHltlllirillMWHILE '
pott:'and tl crer/ came;; 'with his without N

.f;..e4: ..'wlfetfroi-; Hfllsdale, Ki. h., to Hardly one a telling day passes of the great vw VISITING THE !$

:i 4. a .home_;in: the f Sunny. South, some
work that Dr., Farrow !is doing '
4 f ::\wfcwe kE .they might.escape, the' rigors'of for,'them, after they had failed T ORANGE COUNTY FAIRTAKE '
of .rawer
1 the
winter intensity
ike Michigan+
7 TiWch< '..fre Used. They have to.obtain relief'from/other doctors YOUR MEALS AT THE !
x :'reiided !iD,Pine Castle for the two If,you are kick:or afflictedin iff\ r-.
this is certainly an THE
:any way
1 rt _jast pasi In his.student days, exceptional opportunity to ob- ARCADE RESTAURANT:

'i* i Puller..was va.,.dassnate of Miss -treatment from' the recognized

? "I i. "J. Croaby,..&e,renowned blinda t expert doctor of the'South. where you are sure of getting just what you war#
kymwriter. 'afflicted,
:: ; ; Similarly. There is'seldom'8 day that he: Cor. South and Hughey Sts. prepared in the want it.
1there..was. :kateally. a strong'sympafrieBtoip way you
:tbetie. :which:has extended is ,not:consulted in regard to a
+ : many'years.: .Lately,repeat- condition'that if he were have WE BUY FOR CASH'AND SELL FOR CASH. WE Phbne... -,

; ".ij\rw oe;'of: Miss Crosby's death seen',it in its early stages the KEEP OUR EXPENSES DOWN AND CONSEQUENTLY I
: CAN KEEP OUR PRICES DOWN IHIIIIMtlililllllillitMllllliililiillliiMiiit
,_;been curreat, but there seemed sufferer would have been relieved . -i
to*,be:no-authentic report, To'set uncertainty cured and saved considerable .

e; ..... ,a treat; .Mr. and Mts. Fuller. expense. This he considers is Our Prone No. is '1:,.'';. I

..iwete a letter to Miss Crosby, just as due to lack of knowledge on the
And Order will Have Prompt Attention, and will be
= 'rf yore, and were'much"'gladdened to part of the one-who previously an\
g' 'receive.. the.following.reply from this treated the case. If you are suffering Delivered to Any Part of the City. Fireplace Mantels,

-Bridgeport, CoraL;Jan 15, 1913. or if you have been. disappointed '

:' z-- p!O.;Box 840.. in not getting a permanent D. B. RAYBON, Proprietor ORLANDO, FLA. Tiles, and Grates, y3\
elsewhere to
,My Dear Friend Harvey Fuller: cure come >
;'I certainly: .waS glad to_hear from his' office and have a talk with 4 .. .
Calorie Fireless Cookers
' you again;and to know,that you are him without' delay. He will explain ,

r : 'ink..a warmer. 'climate than that .of to you his system of treatment IIMHMHIIIimilllMIIMIMttHHMMIIMIHtMtModel. , .
1 ': New'".England.S which he has originatedand 11.------ : ,Electric Pocket Flash Lights, r:: -

The cold weather shrivels me all up developed after a wholelife's

Ifte a' net, and l am confined to the experience in the' treatment of L Complete Electric Lighting Plants ol
i hoagie when,winter assumes :/controlof special diseases. He 'will give Grocery
a :; ,the elements,.although.I,braved a you free of charge a thorough Size Installed. !'
Any .
Hwy road.on:Christmas.,day; that I personal examination, together I j
break.the family circle at with an .honest and. scientific _
tight not: ,
Street ..... '
: 18 West Church : .
,> aner time, but as I only steppedbei opinion of your case. ,If he finds I

i S"my..door to a carriage,' did,,not you are incurable.- he- will.honestly '

,feel the.".slightest chill.. tell you sQ.--- ,FANCY AND ,STAPLE GR9CE ES. NEW AND :E.' S. PIERCE \

,, Have: you ,been, long In Florida FRESH *" i /
r : ,'Aad do you-stay there all the year? .MHIIiMIIMIillMIIIMHIndeed "
to Oar Customers ands '
' '; .Please(give'my love to your dear wife. : >> .
,You are indeed blessed with such a : Guarantee.Satisfaction:'and'Prompt .Delivery J L

w. ,wagenial(companion. My niece sends : : Give Us a Trial I: NONE 436. New latf BUf., Cfcsrch SL

,gi eetings, also,.and:with the prayer .. .. I. '
.. God's--richest blessing ever, .-
's that may -
\eo'attefid your..life 'journey toward, our They : !: I. Subtler Bros.. .Proprietors ,
II -
- laUng'home. '
vef ,, I' . . . . . . . . . . . . ... ...''; . . . -' ---
friend and sister,
I '
am' your 1
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>ICK\UP' :LETTER- I, -. Barylariari'sOrientalAriStore J '

'ir: .kics Crosby will be .93''years of : better cigars are to be CART ERr I s .

I"a.h e'this 24th"'of:March., Blind. -..frombirth :foundl; anywhere -, .we're; I
:she'.,,has-,given to the ,world a I Ir I sure'of,than, hence we-feel [ The Little Tea Room ii NEW STOKE r

r"" ;.character,:;so ,noble :.a ,mind so ,pure I ,no Hesitancy in saying that Latest Designs- and 'Patterns .' I TIn < ,
aad'bmtifuj 'that;she: 'takes" :rank regardless'of price, there.is,1 : : : Highland. Grove
.Orlando Fla. Oriental Goods
105 E. '
'with the::greatest'and beet'in'human. not .cigar'made' that i I;
.. -- a you'can .
{ for New Fresh Stock of
Expert Tailoring, Staple
tIWi hfetory.Possessed of great splrrHaality ,' enjoy more 'than _
L ,.'still,:she f is :made'of mortal .HAWLETSSTRAIGHTS; EXCLUSIVE SHoP 'FOR LADIES": Ladies and. .Gentlemen ''I Groceries. Our Expejise; is I -
Cane "time when "AN Progress Laundry for I Low and our Prices'Low.} : :,
clay/lad there i1f :a .. .
4.- ;she wifl ,pass :to ,the;Great,;Beyond.songf '1 aM ART, BAZAAR ,AND .WOMEN'S EXCHANGE. FINE White, .Fe&s.OnlyCor..Ch ; : \I We Deliver to AayjTart'{:

.;,,, ,#which have.;enlightened; : HAVANASMade ;, HAND. WORK' -EMBROIDERIE&; .STAMPED; ri M,Court.Sts.iMtHimillliiMHIMf'.,' I Iu ':;of Order,the- to City.!' 325.ATeleMoiie' win -:
.. mod 'eaowraged;,souls,' win live for : :in Orlando; Sold by; GOODS. ORDERS TAKEN FOR-HOMEMADE ztt,the
.>!'\ ;!S '.ever. Whet a CAKES, CANDIES, JELLIES: :Goods., .' jit!:

.: f ...Xr......:.;..'T&a..1. .fcu.beea.,. Wind' .:-.fo'l' r..'.fifKaVe -J. : ., ' .ALSO CUT FLOWERS: ,:.... ,::. t; OIL .AND. :GASOL&E 1 -\'

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;?3'h.ere"'" are- 'many;,. interesting' spots' in'oouAty '
.... '.N some..so by reason'of ;. i'
beauties of nature there'exhibited M..4RJCRTc. < THE MARKETOF J'
,"o&ers, because .of .the: history surJrottading OF CLEANLINESS '\. QUALITYLEND '
the and others : ;i
locality, ,
".:.o bInfngthesertwognalities; : '<":: 't ', , "> ., ' .' i 1
.4;;.Pme;Loch, an.historic. old place ly- My,Spring line, of Men and ': 1":, '.' ..
Ito 'the .east of:the 'Pine Castleoverlooking " ,, .J".J"o
'" Pine Boys Straw Hats in all the .
lake is one of
hhose_',grand old,,places. that. attractBthose l.ewest'shapes. Nice line of : ;
,who',have"a love for,the.handi- '
'work of: 'God. This' :'spot attracted Panamas for $5. 'My spring ; us YOUR EARYOUR .1

,;a('grandson ,of Thomas Jefferson, in Trouser line is now' completein
years 'gone by and an interest still
all shades. .
clings to the place,that will never I ,t
!'be lessened." 'Nature. has" done much. '. I t''r- '
for, the place but diligent hands have : : J
;:contributed, no small part ,to present ;" .
attractiveness. : IN IN ORLANDO J
r ,The house stands on an elevation Clark Eotertson if
:overlooking the lake about one hund-
i"'red.,yards:distant, and the',walk from f : I
'' front door to lake is THE PERFECT MARKET !
;the> : the: bordered
, :by an,abundance:of flowers peculiarto Successor to Jerome Palmer & Co. k

'a: 'scmitropic climate. '"Camphor .
"tunnel"'in the rear of I the home is A

'formed by the "overhanging. branchesof VISIT US AND NOTE 'THE ABSOLUTELY SANITARY .

,." ,spreading camphor trees that reach METHODS WHICH GOVERN OUR HAUDLING OF
j*;out ,their great arms ,and embrace ,in ,- .
Inclose fellowship, 'so,,closely. knit thai rI 1
[', became necessary to trim- out the '

Dinner ,branches to ,admit of passage Best Meats Poultry andGame'.y i |

I ,between the trees, and thus a veritable = ,
,archway is formed ,that is indeed ,
; \" picturesque.' The home is surgrounded atisfactory Accurate ServiceOUR

'on three ,sides by Orange ,
:grove.. 1
} The present owenr, Mr. ,Alden, is ?Yv py Y 1
''::an'elderly,gentleman, an Englishman, /dfr DELIVERY-PROMPT AND RAPID-MEANS YOUR i. :

.'f'Tery scholarly' and of retiring man.. PURCHASES. DELIVERED WHEN YOU WANT THEM :
';ners. He is'a lover of art and;wieldslthe' i }

brush with percision and skill- ;z .
:lie does it, mind you,. only as' a pastime
because_ h ,eloes it ; 'Wv L ? Look' Over this List of Specialties ; | ; .

k The editor ventured to enquire of zw : , ..... 'x 1
>:,Mr. Alden,whether, .he was of. the house. POULTRY'
< of John Alden, of early New England r.W4' P .o Y.
'..fi'me,, and the, gentleman; modestly ALL, VARIETIES OF ,CHOICE MEATS CHOICE DUCKS AND GOSLINGS '
admitted that he was of that lineage. l
f((then enquired' if' he had:any'objec- 1 K'a5 :'r4 cn7

ti" tipns to 'giving, ai, interview on the .yq'Yi. .
: .'subject of the; old homestead and, i t
,himself.' He' kindly ,consented tot Market

write .a, few.,:facts ,about Pine Loche, 1 tH.
::1,but, said he;:!did not care, to advertise '.
' himself. So we give his statement of aJ hi 4. 3. ;rajqr.
(*'Pine Loch which has been 'so greatly ,

;' beautified..by_the,'skill.and toil of. Mr. I INo.
, '' Mrs. Alden. '
and M. SELF & CO.
s: "One of the interesting places near' .
S, Orlando,:which,isseldom seen,by our
1 ", 18 20 East Pine Street. PHONE NO. 80HttMtltllliHMMMIIIHlllllllttMtttitHltMHtllHtMHIMIIIIItllll v
visitfrom the North
;, 'on' account r' x 4
:."of. 'the: lack ,of,;.trolley. facilities. ,. lies, '
I: :one and.a half miles south-of'the., city MISS HELEN JUDSON
,,' ,Bear, the 'road',',to Kissimmee. r''The Who is appearing this season with A. G. Delater's Elaborate .Scenic Production
; ',grove :was: established on:a beautiful of the new 'song play, "Freckles," which is a faithful dramatization .

.,e-ine' Loch-by ,Francis Epps, of the famous novel of the same ,name by Gene Stratton Porter, -
; grandson: of Thomas;Jefferson-who, authro of "A Girl of the Limberlost" and "The Harvester," with special t IMM
incidental music and song numbers by Anatol Friedland, the celebrated
: M the seventies, came with,his Jam- .
ily and ,settled,there,'remaining until Viannese'composer.
.,\:J& death, about '1886., I believe "Freckels" will be presented 'at the.New Lucerne Theater on Wedges-
day, February 19,>with exactly the same company that will appear in
,;. There is'one ,of the largest Live ,
Oaks : Philadelphia, Baltimore, 'Washington, Atlanta, Jacksonville, New Orleans,
: : in the county in she south;end f

i of rcumf,the grove rance.: nearjy During eighteen' the ',feet earlier' in .- Memphis, St. Louis> and' Chicago. flIRLANDOBANK' a TRUST 1 COMPANY ; _

RK ,days of his residence there it was .
,c 'no unusual thing to see a of
1\ deer bounding round the. lake group near ATNEWYORKBOSTON Capital art ''SMITHS and UriivMed PrefHs $120,..(").

i% .the-grove. ,.And"across the lake eastward Total leseurces over Three..iariers of a IIIIH.I .
, : could be seen from the uper AKB ALL

t" windows, a grand old live. ,oak known : Nertkera aii Eastern Petals Report of the Condition of Orlando
for'<; as the 'Council Oak .. .
many years
I Bank and Trust Co Condensed
of the Indians. A picture of,this before Restful ,and Healthful Sea Voyage \ '. Hy l ,
i : its fall.has fortunately been preserved 01 6200.Ton Modern,Steel :; ,t. From Report.to"Comptroller .

: ',by the present.owner of the Steamthipt: 400 Feet Feb, 4,1913RESOURCES
.' grove:; Long stopover at
; From this oak the Indians made FROM ,, : Loans and Discounts ,....393161.05

/' \their raids or,attacks on the-Unite JACKSONVILLE II desired I .I Overdarfts ......,.. .. ... 193.53
,State troops tsationed at Fort Gatlin, r Stocks and Bonds ..,..... 26,018.33 !I
: 1 about half a mile south of;the grove TOids.* Inn-... Real Estate Furniture and
i ',This, fort ,was established :in Nov New York $24.90 $1'.81 ; Fixtures ... .... U.... 25,853.44
.1838. The poet,,Will Wa1l Barney, Bo ion 28.10 23... l ? ,, Cash on hand and in Banks 215,084.83 E
: :lived for, some years ,in: a cottage ladaesag Meals.adSt.teroomAecemmJat..MDNSbaarbfM.
built on the site of, the Fort' parad .Is'"gh! W.Ui,uJ tkreeI fitk*fcw d north t*.. 1660,311.18. I
t,"' .ground, a most. pictruesque lOcality JACKSONVILLE OFHCC.H HOCAN w.L soaaa.ST.-.Tlelot...e.-sM. LIABILITIES I I

{ with its .numerous lakes and rolling J.E.CARMACK.T.P.A. ; I _______ Capital Stock u u,... ...$100,000.00. i
: ,pine woods._ : { Surplus and Undivided I Ia

After the death of Mr. Epps the Profits- ... ...... ,u,f 22,832.33 1
grove was sold and Mr.;J. W.,Alden, '->' Deposits .. ....U.., 537,4185 !
; after many years service in the U. .. -
/ .. Navy, retired to Florida in 1892 InsuranceBest 1 I
'arid"'is still the, owner of tie interest-
lug'place. invite the attention of our customers
--. and friends to our statement
; ;' Best Companies .. above and wish to assure them that I
LT ,ALL, ABOARD.. FOR OVEIDO, 'we: appreciate their patronage and J
'!I;,! ... .f Lowest Rates ask for a continuance of same. '

'a '"'''On Friday, 'February ,12th, there Don't forget, that cur deposits are

t '..wilt be a large ,'gathering of citizen 'Honest, Losses Promptly insured.A .
'= at- Overdo from.all pejtioai: 'of Orange I Cordial'- invitation is extended to I I
;. county to protest kigaiiat the. divis- Adjusted 'and Paid -- J visitors in our,city to call and open f. II

,: :.Jon of the county as,,being{agitated! .,. ,, .a :.'"." ,Stte ai an account with us.
; by some.of'the.i resident,of.Saaford.< Dei SHes JHUNTING I

Special speakers will & present 'w, L r-I'O: . I

.: :.and tell the truth,about this. vitally y . -. ,' ... -. .,- I
:important quefl en. .' '. (
',; There is to be a barbecue_and,everyone FOR SALE Die F. C. JOAN I

,;., .f,-. .in. .Orange- county- ,-knows. ,what Phone 172. '23.,South, Orange ,Ave. I MATERIAL i Lakeview lnnt I
t It will be' a :.feast of : I
;means: l T Bargains io.type; body and job DENTISTBoardman =
.:,"'jt";good:things and a flow,'.of goo&feel. from:six point up, 'in large (quanti, I
f1lftC. .' ? and racks 'tfoopareil : Building "
ties rtanda ? ; ; I.
:"t to ,,-- Special"trains"' "wiU" .;run' ;'as. ,follows. : r ;\ 'pitss; 12x17, fn good orderwithsteam - C. l. NATC mr, '-: .. .
'Leave Zel1R 5:30 m., fQ81.2:, Established I Reierence-our l Bankers. ,with l ':
: cod a.; ( 1850. fixtures s, together FtOREItlt Office,Hours: t J. :..
" t'.;..U&e: lcDoDald, 6:38,: fan $t&Le 1 S.' STAffT & CO. a' lot,.of. other;_'printing t.material", PliCASHE,5Mil(88ootb 83Q: to,12XN, >: -,' 1:30 to 4:0)Telephofie : ;. i
;*i. ( ', Te8:Plymoolli 6.45; fare,\\& Call, on,. .'or address. : "'640.U i :.,..:
I '
x Leaves Apopka 5:36,:Jare'1.25' .v' 'Wholesale Produce.. . 'THE3ENTINEt,, Orlando, ...na., -' ';n-ttj '. ..: ..i.t.. .. .
: \
r Leaves Lockhart 6 ; fare' ,
: 75c. r I .
: ,.MEMPHIS, ENN", IATES '$teri_ 4. " ," :: : : !
l1' a Specialty. J :1 J:
: Leavei Fairr8H,6, :to fW75c.jLeaves _: ., Consignments : i: _
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SALB-Team'rf S'eaetal' DR. WHITMAN :
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rya- Orlando' 9xy ?6c." :' ORANGES; GRAPEFRUIT, VEGETABLES'... .. ... '-., ,: .. ,- ,r-:Doan's" fctfdeU anby 1- .:' -- t J
: *Lvet W .Park_$:16 We. , ' -- 1? ,. - ew7d I
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< ; A local real estate dealer.who has the
SOCIETY You have always heard.people say
,(1' ,_ : ,NOTESif : : shrewdness to keep from his left hand that they" werefor, ,the "under,dog. The Parcels Post
' : what his right.hand knoweth,-is aboutto They konw that this is not so 'when fJ
Tiifs Merest tiTUJTHWS w.1. dose a deal ,of considerable
1 ? magnitude they say it. They may have a little ,
: .with parties from Kansas who j
for the
sympathy under dog, but
.y are proposing to ,establish a horse : HELP TO THE PEOPLE !
NO1f OOCIETY EDITOR sympathy is about all there is to it SO
farm Florida. 'J
t. :oia Nattr.24 ,Maids* Nubcr. 1UMOIL in When they decide to hand him anything

The project embraces the purchaseof material the material
: -. :XOTICB-Notice for the 'SoeUl and Womu'i Department 'befoanraitcifrd four gener-
oa acres of land
on ally in .the shape of brick., It the Department
; ;; a Store
r to th* Society Editor: bj either of the shore telephone Mafl which ,
will be built
'written. 'aotkfli to the Society_Editor, 'care' Sentinel Notice of saW function modern breeding under dog wants anything there is
':.: :etah amtinn .ebozeh.'a+hainp' and other I Items of social interest should be stables. The land will be 'developed but one thing,for him to do and thatis
;} :telephoned to'this'department. ;as soon as they occur in order that their news and experiments made in the grow. to Sit down and
.: get on top. Sympathy a very sum up all jour bills, putting
vsJtt be
not impaired.
ing such will make
grasses hay. unsubstantial If all in
thing. you want one amount, then come and see us and
_. The gentlemen interested assert that succor instead of sympathy don't de- give us an opportunity to explain our up-to-
',', they are confident that the soil is the "under date plans for .
pend on dog" theory for relieving your financial
F 'ANOTHER: ARTISTS CONCERT; I NEW ORLAN.uLY I capable of treatment that will renderit an ytangible returns. The men who pains

-' highly productive of such grassesas are loudest in their protestations of THOUSANDS OF THINGS IN
? The',Mendelssohn Club, which has The new Orlando daily, The Senti- alfalfa and big red clover. The how keen they are for the "under THIS STORE THAT i

i- already ,given, ,Orlando so many rare nel, flashed into public, gaze yester- corn question they say is easy in Florida dog". are generally the very ones who I II YOU CAN PURCHASE FOR LESS MONEY THAN ,

.musical treats, has announced' a concert day morning, and is being highly com- if properly handled. These, men will not give nickel to a toothless ELSEWHERE.. WHY NOT PAY THIS STORE -

1 for next: Tuesday night, February plimented by the numerous readers. have under advisement a proposition begger but will blow in thirty centsor A VISIT AND PROFIT BY OUR REPU-

eighteenth.in! the Lucerne Theater -I Mr. Ferris the of the in ,this and in Lake
p. :. I manager publishing county. more to buy drinks or cigars fora TATION FOR SQUARE DEALING
; ;, the artists for: the occasion be-it company, and Mr. Schumann, hey are impressed with the fact man who is on top in order to get

: Ing\.the famous harpist, Annit Louise:I the editor, say they expect to make that the elevation of this section of "in good" with him for business or I

David, ,and Marcus Kellerman,' baritone -! the Sentinel so good and interesting the country is an item to be considered social ll
reasons. Mc WS fr TMf
'' ,',whose already brilliant career!I that everybody in Orlando will' wishto and are fully convinced that con- There is not a bigger myth in the T ST [

has::attracted much attention abroad I read it before breakfast. It.is issued ditions here are much better suitd to world than the idea that anybody is

'M, ,. well as in this country. I I as,a morning daily, with several stock raising than in the lower alti- really for the "under dog." There OPPOSITE POST OFFICE
The harp instrument of such columns of Associated Press tudes.
v an news, is in \
nothing human nature, in the
:wonderful, posibility, yet one we so i I and the editorials,are timely and interesting To the honest, upright real estate records of history that
or anything
;.rarely ,mastered, baa a, skilled interpreter .i I I and its local, and society men of Florida is due to 'a large extent -: can be learned by daily observationthat Try Shopping Receive With Us by Parcel Post. All Orders ::

,in the; person of Miss David,columns I are full and complete.The the rapid development of the would lead us to believe that the Prompt Attention

;) .jWho has 'received praise from men of I Drennen-Lattner Company'has state. The ,resident real estate agentas world gives the "under dog" preference

-;no less note, than Arthur' Foote, been incororated, and will push the a rule is interested in any thing to the"one who is up and doing .

Homer. Norris, J., Warren Andrewsand I piano business harder than ever. that involves the good of the state, and able to do favors or, inflict injury. 4

,Henry ,Hall Dunklee, Louis D.. James ,Burden has been made, secretary and keeps fully advised on conditions. The one who has lost out is not con- evil by the thought of innocent boys JEFFERSOINIAN SIMPLICITY

; .Dressier"says': I "and began' his duties on Monday For this reason it is much safer for : sidered. The world is too busy -perhaps his boy-and men of evil -
:"Annie Louise David is one of the r morning. Some people thought strangers to rely on local real estate
I thinking of things that might appealto design have often been moved to noble
_. few:harpists who! is a thorough musician i"Jim" was nothing but a soda water !. men than to depend on non-resident the ones with ponderous .purses or impulses by the innocent prattle of a Jeffersonian simpilcity will again be

,,:which combined with a wonderfully i artist, as he has been holding that agents who have nothing at.stake and powerful places to take time to Pour ,, child. exemplified at the National capital by

3 :: facile technique, entitles her to J i kind of a job at Butt's candy store fora are not familiar with local conditions. ointment on the wounds of those who' To preserve the purity and inno- the action of Thomas R. Marshal,

a;place:in'.the front rank of lady instrumentalists. year or ;two, but they did not konw have been beaten and left on the way I cence of the boy, keeping his ever Vice-President of the United States.

: '' It has been my priv- the "Chicago spirit" that was wound FREE PENSIONS FOR HOSTS OF side. expanding mind free from the drossof Mr. and Mrs. Marshall, are not society -

-.. to' had her services a in him. He only awaiting the EMPLOYEESA people in any sense, but are
flege have.. : number up was The Bible ,tells the exact truth this world, is the natural desire of
of times;in connection with my right opportunity which now seems people of modest habits, but with all
, about it when it says that to him every true man, and every good woman -
I x church\work,' and I take pleasure in I to have come to him.-Orlando Correspondence .- system of pensions and"employ- that hath shall be given but from him : in this great world of God's.If popular, and their hone is alwaysa

:: -recommending her as a thorough and to TimesUnion.NOT ees' benefits, including for the ,first that hath not even that which he hath we love these boys, the buds of favorite place with those! who love
conscientious artist time life-insurance features, has just and enjoy true fellowship.;
shall be taken away.-Pensacola manhood, and would keep the avenue
'Kellermanwas'born .in Cincinnait, ALL PLAY been announced by the Amercian Telephone News. clean that leads to their education, They have rented a modest home in

and although he has only recently and Telegraph Company and let us as men be careful of the example Washington City nad will live within'.
v'. his thirtieth for its allied corporations. The the income of his office.
pasted birthday, Moving pictures are very entertain plan pro- we place before them, and keep
three years before taking up concert. deal of vides for a pension of one per cent on THE WORLD'S GREAT UNIVER- High honors have not turned the
ing; they cause a great pleasure fresh and pure the cup of amuse-
: j work:he :took, prominent part in the I to the: audiences that daily and the average annual pay during the SITY ment which he is bound.to press to his heads of these good people and when

,Berlin Royal Opera ,A clipping fromthe I nightly assemble to see them, but ten years preceding retirement multiplied lips. the old time friends of this sensi-

q" Boston Post reads.: 1 very, few appear to realize that the by the number of years of Experience and observation are the ble couple call, the same spare gentle.men .

"Mr.: : Kellerman's performance was I preparation of them is often an ardu- service, with a minimum of twenty source of the average boy's education. with smiling blue eyes, and the
This hard old world is the Unievr- Clerk Wanted-We can use a live, same sweet faced of
both brilliant and:musicianly, and his!ous task and many times brings those dollars[ a month. Male employees who woman winning
: 'of the admir- bane reached the of sity and these are the teachers for wide-awake experienced grocery clerk manners will meet them: at the door
singing, was:one ; most engaged in the'work of getting the age sixty years
up the boy you love. Keep this in mind. Address Box 148, Orlando. 3t and greet them with the old time
able, features of, the 'evening. i films into situations of much peril and who have been at least twenty cor
'While-the -Denver News in in service retire No man is so burdened with years, diality.
< speaking Jt; Several incidents have occurred years may on pen-
or so hardened by experience but that The Sentinel is not a new paper, but
of. Kellerman's ,performance here ,since the company preparing sions. They may also be retired at the
S the smile of a child gladdens his heartor it is good Drop around and One-fourth
jkbat city says:' ; films has been in Tampa which illus option of thecompany when Mf paper. off on all goods. Sale

The real sensational,feature of the i trate the dangers to which these men reach the age of fifty-five and haveeen that the childish appeal mellows give us your subscription. lasts until the first of March.

ereaintf was the singing of Marcus are constantly subjected while > twenty-five, years in continuous him and. revives gentle memories. 2-12-tf
pur- Many a man has been deterred from Read Yowell's big ad. l'
;Keflerman_ the basso, and .doubtless !Suing ,their work service. life-retiring age for :womw S. E. LESHER.

the Itar- oist: traveling with Damiosch'a .-!( Only a month or two ago a negro employees is five year ,earlier"'than
; : orchestra, for it would be,hard 1 who was one of a compnay- engagedin I for men. Any employee'''who shall t t$1IIttttttt11ItIHtIIittttitttItUhItItttttttItttur.ttiuuJt$ $ .;;:;:: : '

< ,to imagine. that two such perform- illustrating a dance of, savages have, been thirty years in continuous t .

r- ';crs could be found,traveling with one 1f I about a,,camp-fire, caught fire in his service may be pensioned on the approval '

: ,-orchestraJiowever fine it maybe. I scanty apparel and was so severely of the president, regardless r

Perhaps. )it would -not be'far :wrongs!burned that he died soon afterward. of age. ,

: ,
though Wullner in comparison, has countering of perils by employes have when death results from accident

'f no: each, timber in his voice, as Kel-J occurred,' but\ the climax was reachedon in the performance of duty an insur- old irtists

lenaan. The man is an actor inbody yesterday when the animal trainer ance amounting to three years' pay : :

face'.an. tone, and he works cams Very near death in getting 'upa will be paid to the dependents of the ng
'A with maximum of five :
on, a magnificent siX-f&ot commanding scene that was just a little too real- employee, a
thousand'dollars.. If death results
frame and a six-foot :
: istic for his personal safety, and his
-, r.voice, if such an expression from sickness or other cause outside :
may own presence of mind was all that of Mendelssohn Club \
,used. without econveying' the idea saved him from the horrible eaththat' of the employment the maximum pay- Auspices

of 'grossness., was threatened. ment is two thousand dollars The : r

-{ Jfci tudltnco would have recalled administration of the pension funds is :
It i it the common belief that the
TCellermafl.all night if he'would have in the hands of an employees' com-
scenes that are produced upon the ,
mittee and it is announced that the :
judging fro mthe KELLERMANFamous
:responded. ,Serenes are largely "fakes" or imitations
The board'of managers of PPlause.1 I ; but these instances that we plan in its entirety is ,carried out at :

delssohn Club ate to .be. congratulated have given go very far toward con- the expense of the corporations and : itone of Berlin Royal Opera Co.
I without contribution of kind by
any ,
on their ,enterprise in arranging vincing that they are the real thing .
{ :for such a high standard of entertainments 'sometimes. Tampa Times. the employees. It became effective .

'J : as'have been given under the January 1. The sum of ten'' million : America's
--- ---- David.
dollars has been made available for I Annie Louise -
:dub this, .. .
4 the purpose.

r ST.. 'VALENTINES DAY t, ,I'If any state, shall by' law providefor : Greatest Harpist 1 *

z I liberal benefits than those :
: "AMOUR. VINCIT OMNI" I The state of Kansas has instituteda more ,
.- ... vigorous and successful warfare arranged by the companies, then the

;Today Uncle Sam's post men against typhoid fever. Whenever the plan provides that the statutory pro- : .
vision shall. prevail. Where employees :
'throughout the, country are carrying vital-statistics report of a.city showsan
have under liabilityor
legal rights :
:Bail..pouches filled to overflowingwith unusual number of .deaths from
accident statutes they,are to have '
dainty missives for the four- typhoid fever, an expert medical inspector \ ; _
the option of exercising either the : : .. v -1--.L
tenth of February is the date on from the state university is

; ,which the.gallant knight sends loving hurried to that city on the first train. legal rights or accepting the compa : _
nies' benefits. The Continent:
greetings to his lady fair. He takes samples; of the water and :

Saint Valentine's day takes its sends .them to the university for an- IH i"i'iiirM'
The efforts of Great railroad corporations :
name from,two martyers, Valentinus, alysis. Finding typhoid bacteria, he
to force President elect :
',the presbyter, who was beheaded on, takes over the water-supply: system "
his views railroad I
Wilson to modify on -
February Fourteenth, and Valentinus_ and installs a portable hypochloride : i
,4, of, Interamna, although why the peculiar plant for its. purification. The plant rates by conniving for a general - 1 1y
strike of employees that.,will tie : 1t
observance came to, be associated consists of three large tanks that are I i
; all the trunk lines of the, railroad XI :
'with the' day of these saints is set up outside the city, pumping sta., up -
(I and make impossible the transportation A
.not boW 1.. tion. The mains are cut and run into
of the mails, is misdirected effort. _
_, Englnad, Scotland and France were the tank. In, the first one the water '
Mr. Wilson is not of the sort to be
,the. first to celebrate Saint Valen- is treated to re o"e'whatever, dirt _
in that nor will ,the .
; tine's day;but the custom soon becameIn may be in it, and in the second tank! way ;
be to become the
employees willing' ,
vogue with many of the european ,the water is, given a hy och1oride-of-
tool for the out of this
carrying .pernicious -
.courts.: lime beath. It passes into the thin
(1 1 scheme.
' During.'the fifteenth century the tank, where the lime is pdesipitated .

:fourteenth February: was -a gala and then the water goes into, the o -

,day, o'nwhich young people made imaginary water mains clear and free from all Several fine'residences and grove ,_

,engagements and as these bacteria. The state furnishes the properties in. Winter Park at very low Last and best concert of the season, '

t contracts, were,supposed to hold good plant free of charge, and the'work of figures.CHADWICK :

for a year's'time, often weddings resulted. the sanitary expert does not cost the & COOPER, '

city a penny.-The Christian ,Herald. 17 W. Church St 1 ,Prices 75c, ;$1.00, $1.50
..... '
lathe olden times the '-
,Today as ,
Heart is 'the, accepted symbol of ,SIValentine's ROSALIND CLUB PARTY" POSTPONED ,There are 365 days in each year.

;:Day, and cupid tithe little -1' Dont try to;''do the work of all ,the ;
t '
: .' monarch who presides over all, for : days in one. Let the duty" of cub [1L1RNETHEATLTUES.[ [ : ffB.t IS

,i'. ,APollo has peeped.through the abutter -I Owing to the inclemancy the day be done on that ,;day. Dont if "

I weather last evening; the .Valentine possible, leave any for' the next day; ,
,Alai awakened the witty and fair; party'which was to:;have been givenat and do not try to do tomorrow's ,to < "

The beardifig'school girl'.,in a'flutter i# the Rosalind. Club ,was postponed day If this rule 'is acted uPon .le 8:30 :P. M.

.4 -Th6,';'two'pott'l. in ,despair.. until three o'clock this afternoon. will go along more smoothly and one ., Y .- .I
,; .' .... ,- : will get far more joy and satisfaction 8t' s. i- ,". :F i6'.. v it i
I i ,
;' < ,* ,'iA union"depot'.istobeerected, ',ChaseA Comp.nf-have,shipped .73, out of it, ' : 1 !i t ;

> 0 '::"BaiWw,.I* the &,A.:L aad.A.'c.' L.i solid ears of oranges,from their pack !> ,, : i >;;; r: ":,,, :i:, _' .. .' ; ':

'i;1. J t rain. *;:a4 tide new 'station. ;,is ,to ding house at ,Leesbarg; besides:: the ,Fifteen.cars of celery were WeII
c. '> '
;-, 10.-:;... ." ,1" :tMfiflted,.,..,. ...., by t* kt, '""_"ofT ,, ,"July.' .Vocal. .. shipments. ,from Sanford. in one,.day- list' ;_,week- .... .
t : ;: ,:T-: .; ', ';; *" 'I< !1